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VOL. V.
PRINCE   RUPERT,   IS.   C,   THURSDAY,  .11 ARCH   11,   1915.
Prioe  5  Cent.,.
NO.   103
H.M.S■. -Ar/e/ Appears
To Have'- Rammed And
Sunk Two Submarines
London, March 10.—The Admiralty announces that H.M.S. Ariel
rammed and sunk the German submarine U-12 today. Ten out of a
crow of 28 were saved.
Alio! her   Sunk.
London, March 10,— -The Ad-
mirally today announces the sinking
of the German submarine U-20. The
boat was rammed by the destroyer
Ariel. Her crew surrendered and
were saved.
The U-20 was built in 1913 and
was or S40 tons, with an effective
radius of 2,000 miles. Her crew are
held for trial on murder charge. The
U-20 had sunk the S.S. Blackwood
■just previously.
It would appear that H.M.S.
Ariel sunk two German submarines,
although il is not very clear that
this has been the ease and that a
mix-up in the numbers of the submarines has not been made.
LIBERALS PREPARING FOR ELECTION
MEETING    WILL    IlE     HELD   TO-
NIGHT  TO   SELECT   DELEGATES.
Some Hesitation Is lifting Shown in
Naming the Party Standard
Bearer.
There is some hesitation yet on
the part of the Liberals in this city
to decide finally upon a candidate
for the next provincial election.
While T. D. Pattullo is very generally conceded the nomination, there
are many in the parly who believe
that Alex. Manson would be a
stronger vote-getter. A still larger
seel ion of that party would prefer
to see George Frizzell brought out.
They contend that the man who can
get the most votes should be the
choice and they think Mr. Frizzell
can muster a stronger following
than either of the others.
This evening the Liberals gather
to select delegates for the district
convention which is announced to be
held next Thursday.
The Conservatives are taking the
contest more leisurely, apparently
feeling confident of the result. The
Conservative convention has not yet
been formally called. The date will
be decided upon soon and the convention date announced in due
course some time next week.
 o	
Honor Conferred.
Lieut.-Col. Btirrowes of the Royal
Irish Fusiliers, a brother of Gilbert
Burrowes of this city, has been
made  a  C.M.G.   recently.
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• HOOKEY IN EAST.     *
OVERSEAS MOUNTED
CONTINGENT.
Men who have signed on for
service with the 11th Canadian
Mounted Rifles will parade at
the Exhibition Building on
Wednesday, .March 10th, 1915,
at S o'elo'ck  p.m.
This contingent will parade
at the Exhibition Building en
Friday, March the 1.2th, 1915,
at fl o'clock p.m., under the
command of Lieut. Bullock-
Webster, (18th Regiment, for
embarkation for Vancouver.
All baggage must be delivered
at No. 2 Shed, Grand Trunk
Pacilic Wharf by S o'clock
Friday morning. Every package
must be tagged and addressed
clearly with owner's name and
11th Canadian Mounted Rifles,
Vancouver, B. C.
J. H. McMULLIN, Major.
GSth Regiment.
Advertise  in  The Journal.
SIR RICHARD M.BRIDE MAKES
APPEAL TO THE ELECTORATE
The Premier Shows That He Is Still
Optimistic With Regard To The
Province And Will Pursue A Progressive Policy In Spite Of Pessimists
German Cruiser May
Have Done Unfriendly
Act In Case Of States
In an interview, Sir Richard McBride, referring to tlie appeal being
made to lhe country at this time,
said: "Deeming it imperative in
view of a number of eonsideralions
vitally affecting the well-being of
the province— considerations mainly arising from the crisis of the war
—that the country should be consulted in respect to the policy whicli
the Government purposes pursuing
to meet the situation, 1 have asked
His Honor for a dissolution and
this has been granted. The Legislature will therefore be dissolved on
Monday when a date for the election will also be fixed.
"Some changes in the personnel
of the Cabinet will be made to meet
the wishes of those who may feel
disposed to relinquish offlce and to
strengthen the administration at a
most critical period in the history
of the province. An announcement
ln this particular will be made public very shortly.
"The Government of whicli l have
the honor to be leader will appeal to
lhe electorate for another endorsement at. its hands on Us general
record, but more particularly for
tlie reason that it purposes in the
I future attacking vigorously and
courageously those features of provincial developmentiwhich though already initiated are still incomplete.
I refer in this connection to tlie
matter of railway construction,
both on the Mainland and on the
Island. Those sections of the railway
programme on the .Mainland, "which
are still in progress of construction
must be pushed along to completion;
and this also applies to the Island
railway system.
"As a result of the crisis due to
the war, a multitude of new problems must be faced in British Columbia, and it is my purpose as
leader of the Government to face
those problems and apply myself to
(Continued  on  Pace Two.)
Newport News, March 10 i i,<
German auxiliary cruiser Prinz
Elthel Freidericli has pul In here
with the crewa and passengers of
eighl Bhips sunk during her cruise.
One of these vessels sunk was the
American barque Win. P. Frye.
The  German  ship  will  be allowed
in take provisions and make repairs sufficient lo make li'er seaworthy or win hair to intern.
Washington is disposed to consider the sinking of tbe United Slates
barque as an unfriendly act. Some
complications may arise as a result
of this.
British Army Ployed
Havock With The Enemy
Inflicting Severe Losses
Paris, .March 10.—An offlcial announcement says between Lys and
Labassee the British army, supported by the French heavy artillery,
achieved an important success. It
carried the village of .Veuve Chap-
pelle and made progress to the
northeast of this village.
In the direction of Aubers and
southwest  in  the  direction    of    Bois
H. S. CLEMENTS, M.P., HAS SECURED
ALL ADVANTAGES ASKED FOR FISHING
Order-In-Council Covering The Demands Made By Popular'Member For
District Has Been Signed At Ottawa—Foreign Fishing Boats May
Land Catches Here Disposing To Dealers Who Will Ship In Bond —
May  Take  On   Supplies  And  Ship  Crews  Here
de Fties it has taken 1,000 prisoners. Several oliicers were captured
and some machine guns. The German losses  were heavy.
In Champagne the enemy on various occasions counter-attacked
with great violence but could not
gain an inch of ground. We have
continued our positions on tho
ridges which were seized. Indicting
very  heavy  losses on  our assailants.
tha. i:l IS BECOMING
VICKY  MICH   BRISKER
The  Prince George  Brought  a Good
Number of Passengers
Yesterday.
The results of the ho.key
matches yesterday for the championship of Canada resulted as
follows:
Ottawa, 4; Wanderers, 0.
Melville,  4;   Mona.chB,  3,
Last night the welcome news was
received In this city from . Ottawa
that the privileges connected with
the Ashing industry which have
been sought by 11. S. Clements,
.M.P., have been granted. The necessary Ordei'-in-Council covering the
same was signed yesterday by the
Governor-General. Instructions under the new regulations provided
are being sent to the customs officials at once so that the regulations may be acted upon without
delay.
No more important news has been
received in the city than this announcement that Mr. Clements, after a most strenuous effort on behalf of this port, has succeeded in
getting what lie asked for. The message, whicli was received last night
by   .1.   I'l,   .Merrylield,    the    secretary
of     the     Conservative     Association,  to ship their crews here.
from Mr. Clements, was soon circulated In the city. But one sentiment
was expressed on all sides—that was
one of complete satisfaction, and
with it was coupled the highest
praise for lhe indefatigable efforts
of the popular Member for this district.
The Order-in-Council carries with
it the right for foreign^ fishing bottoms to enter Prinee Rurert or
other Canadian ports on the Pacific
and dispose of the catch of fish to
local dealers. The latter must assume the necessary responsibility
for bonding the fis.i for shipment to
the United States. In addition to
this the privilege is granted the foreign bottoms to take on all supplies
in lhe Canadian port, including bait
and ice, and they are also at liberty
.In effect, the regulations will
give to American fishing boats the
same privileges in this port as those
enjoyed by a Canadian bottom, except that the Canadian vessel will
not be handicapped by any bonding
regulations arid will not be restricted to the United States for a market. The Canadian caught flsh can
he sold in Canadian centres.
In spite of a strenuous opposition
on the part of those who were interested in keeping Prince Ruperl
out of its right as a fishing port,
Mr. Clements for over two years has
been fighting a hard battle for the
privileges that are now being granted. There were, In addition to the
selfish interests opposed to the
proposition, international difficulties
in   the  way.    Mr.   Clements   has   left
nothing unturned, however. He has
kepi steadily al his task, hacked upt
by the consecutive executives of tke
Conservative Association  here.
Late in the fight the Board of I
Trade and the City Council of Prince j
Rupert lias given all the assistance
possible and backed up the efforts
the Member was putting forth. A
monster petition presented to Mr,
Clements to be taken to Ottawa is
of such recent, occurrence that it is
very fresh in the minds of the readers of The Journal.
Now Mr. Clements has seen 'he
realization of his efforts and the
privileges have been granted. The results, it is felt, will he very ureal.
The opportunity will be afforded all
classes of independent fishermen to
come into this port and dispose of
the catches made.
Sad Accident,
A sad accident is reported from
Queen Charlotte City. Thomas A.
Smith of thnl place was beaching
his boat while his little four-year-
old son was playing about, By
tho turning over of the boat a gun
was discharged, the contents striking the child In the head, causing
almost instant death.
FIFTY MEN LEAVING
FOR MOUNTED CORPS
On Friday Morning The Third Contingent Of Troops To Go From
Prince Rupert Will Take Passage
By  The  Prince  George
Thos.  Deasy,  Indian  agent for the
Queen   Charlotte     Islands,     arrived!
I
yesterday   morning  frijm   Skidegate.
TENDERS  WANTED.
Tenders will be re.eiveil by the
undersigned up to •" p.m., Monday,
March  8, for the purchase   'if   tke
City's old  Garbage Scow.   Highest   or
any tender not  necessarily accepted
BR'NBRT  A    WOODS,
mar..lt City Clerk Iwlf
The Prince George broughl a
good number of passengers north
yesterday. The list Included the fol-
lowing: .       f.
Mr. Dow, .1. li. Macdonald, Mr,
Brewster, Mr, Flagg, Mr. Sternberg,
Bfr. ..'alien, \V. Macdonald, Mr.
Durham, Mr. Hogg, Mr. west, Mr,
Goldbloom, A, Merry. .Mr. Carmich-
ael, Mr. Geschiel, Mr. Inch, wife
and child; Mr. Smart, D. A. Fester,
Mr. Olds, Mr. Melbourne, ('. M. Hamilton, Mr. Whiteford, Mr. Skinner,
Mr, .Mnkai. .1. ii. Donald, Mr. E.
■Xi'wnian. .Mr... S. V. Long, Mr.
Bronzer,  Mr.  Wimbles,  P.   Jackson,
W. H, I!<H G. Bowman, .1. Monro,
Mr. Robertson, Mr. Crush, fi. R, n.
Elliott, Mr. Weeks, Mr. Weld, Mr.
.leffery, T, ll. Hughes, E. Tampke,
.Mrs. Hughes, ('. R, Biggol and wile,
Miss O, c. Chambers, Mrs. Howse
and child. Miss Guthrie, A. C. Anderson, Mr. firubli and wife, Mr.
Shaw and wife, C. F. Evans, Mr.
Manly. Mrs. Brouchier, Mr. Howe,
II. S. Durkee, .1. fiunn, W. Cuttle,
Mr. Williams, J. Callaghan, L.
Strong, F. M. Doekrill, Mr. IIol-
hrook, wife ami child; Mr, Middle-
Ion, Mr. I'anslon, Mrs. Monro, E.
W. Greenfield, W. u. Greenfield, F.
II. N'icholls, Mr. Vandleson, C, Mo-
Elroy, San Gourley, Mr Brown, .Mr.
"  Mil ■ Hunotr, F. M. Sylvester,     ni'!    Captain     Nicholson    and
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Carlotta Cox Is Wrecked
A report received in the city announces that the Carlotta Cox
of this port, belonging lo the Atlln Fisheries, is again in trouble.
g^ She has been wrecked, according to the word received here,' near
Juneau. Being in American waters, Canadian boats are not. allowed 10 go lo her assistance, The salving of her musl be by United
Slates bottoms. The extent of the injuries to tlie boat are not
known,
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On   Friday   morning   there   will   be       Tin
a  force of  fifty  men  leave  here   tolare of   splendid   physique   ami    are I
join    the    11th   Canadian   Mounted excelled by none of those who have
Rifles that are to train in Vancouver. At lirst Prince Rupert and the
district was allotted hut twenty-
five  men.    This  number,  in view  ol
mounted : a
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previously   lefl   here,    Tin
service   appealed   very   strongly   to
many   who   would   nol   enlist    in    lhe
Infantry.
The contingenl   will  travel   south
Ithe    large    number    offering    I heir J under  the command  of  Lieut.    Ilul-i
^services, has been  Increased  lo  fifty j lock-Webster,    who    goes   south    to
men.   Of these,  twenty   are  coming join  the 47th  Battalion, which is to
from Prince George and district and  train  in  New  Westminster  for   ser- j
the remainder have been secured in vice   abroad.    At   Vancouver    Lieut, j
Prlnce  Rupert. _ Bullock-Webster   will  turn  over  the !
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Thursday,  March.   11.
PRINCE   RUPERT   JOURNAL
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Telephone  188,
ll. H
NK1.SON, Editor.
Offlce: 128 Third Avenue East,
near McBride Street. Telephone 13S,
Pos' ""'■
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do   SO   with   the    fullest    convlitlon l«<HJ__w_H_WB#a-l_-^^
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in  nu- on  Various .occasions   durlni
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the pasl twelve years will be again
forthcoming in undiminished mea-
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in the d'd   >"■    '"  "    "-y]:[ ''    Columbia.     I
paid in  i urpose  gi. In thai   is  In
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AS TO DISEASE
IXOCI'LATION   AGAINST  TYPHOID
HAS   PHO.E1)   VERS
.,; i vi.-. ■
March   11,  I'-'l-"
AN   OPTIMISTIC   VIEW.
When Sir Richard McBride meets
the electorate and appeals to them
for their votes if will lie an appeal
thai will lack the pessimism thai
always marks the opposition of the
day. The province of British Columbia has always appealed to Sir Richard as one ot immense possibilities.
He  is  a  native  of   British   Columbia
Nol
Sir
dress
week,
nary fact that not a single man in
who was inoculated against typhoid
lever lias died of that disease, the
common scourge of armies. Sir
Frederick said that when the history
of the present war came lo be writ-
.ten an astonishing and magnificent
anil  he has unbounding faith in Ihe featur(#of u wollU,  be the sanitary
province of
n  Single   Case   Has    Developed
Among  the  Men
Serving.
Frederick Treves, in an ad-
delivered in London last
made   known   the    extraerdi-
is birth. A disturbing
element may check the development
of the province, it cannol stop it.
This is what Sir Richard believes
and he will face the situation as il
appears today wltl the fullest optimism,
There is no room for pessimists
of the Liberal type in this province
This is io time nor no place to cry
blue ruin. 11 Is a time to face tin
Bti Hon in its !"--:: light, as ir
thai the tui i, In tl e tide is coming.
Then Bri i C ' nbia will come
Into Its own and the i iii I
Lit, ; iis will ! '■ reli gate I to oblivion
for anotln li ng ti rm. ll is only in
n the sky is Bomewhat
, t0 ,: ' in i but in ■; way thai Liberal i ol n'1''1: '■'
i,,.. 'in th) II seems to be
a growth thai Bourisl only audi r
,.          t]                        conditions.
Thai the province of British Co
lumbia has struck bottom is the gen-
eral - li n now taken. There will be
a gradual return to normal conditions. The province cannol afford
to losi 'I lervlces of Sir Richard.
T ie lectoi ite will undoubtedly
cbooi I be optimism of Sir Richard
er than the pessimism of the opposition at iliis time as wi 11 as in
more   prosperous  ems.
SPLENDID  POR  PLUMBERS
Jbe sale of Product No. 99 is strictly
conlitvcd to the high-class supply
houses. Its cost of manufacture Is
therefore not affected by Dept. or
"price cutting store" influence that
so often drives manufacturers to the
use of inferior chemical's and processes. Nor is the dealer allowed to
reduce the retail price under penalty
of    having    his    supply    terminated.
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lines plumbing.
DON'T   PUT   OFF TEST    IT
This preparation has been .o .generally successful in clearing
drains that it is bought over and over again by those who have
tried it, but Inasmuch as no on can know the actual condition exiting within a pipe, it is absoutely impossible for the manufacturer or the dealer to guarantee tl    result.
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Sailings for Vancouver
Victoria and Seattle
S.S.  Prince  George every  Friday ut 1) a.m.
S.S. Priace John at 7 p.m. on Sunday,, lurch      1 I. 28, etc.
For Massett und Port Clements S.S. Prime John 10 p.m.  Saturday,
March   n, 2u, etc,
For Skidegate, Lockeport, etc., S.S. Prince John  II   p.m.   Sunday,
Muni   7, 31, etc.
For Stewart and Nans River S.S. Prince John l»   a.m.   Wednesday,
March    10, 24, etc.
For Anj<>_   (Granby  Bay)  S.s. Prince Gebrge midnight every Wednesday.
G.T.P.   RAB.WAY  SCHEDULE
Trains leave Prince Rupert In i'i luce George, Edmonton, Melville,
Winnipeg, etc., at 10 a.m., Wednesdays and Saturdays, connecting   with   trains   I'm   St. Paul. Chicago und all   points   east.
Trains arrive  from the easl on Thursdays and Sundays al 6.80 p.m.
G.T.  RAILWAY SYSTEM
Tin;  Double-track    Route
Frsm Chicago to Toronto. Hamilton,   Buffalo,    Montreal,    etc.,    etc.
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for reservations, tickets and full information regarding travel to
any part of the world apply to tlie G.T.P. Ticket Oilice, Third
Avenue;   Agency all  Atlantic Steamship  Lines.
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Coal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
SIK RICHARD McRRIDE MAKES
APPEAL TO  ELECTORATE
Continued from  Page   One.)
their solution. It Is my conviction
■ ial . ■ are only al the beginning
of  provincial   di     h      icnl    ind
now  mori        u evei   bei  ive need
i iii and confidence In Ihi (litur ■ of
the country, and ouragi i ad i nergy
In applyini r_elve_ to the greal
lash ■- i  oui  band
"The legislation laid before the
House at the - islon just closed
relative to the mailer of aid to the
agricultural Industry Is an earnesl
oi' the determination of the Governmenl to grapple in a specific way
with some of these problems, and
as well Indicative of the line of policy which 1 shall advocate In reaped to other Important matters of
provincial development and conservation. I shall avail myself of an
early opportunity of publicly announcing these new lines of provincial   effort   which   must   engage    the
attention of the administration if
we are to he Hue to Hie conviction
that this country but slands al the
threshold of her great career.
"It Is perhaps unnecessary to add
thai in determining to again consult the electorate of this country  1
precautions successfully taken to secure the health of the soldiers. As
to the success of Inoculation against
typhoid there is no kind of doubt.
Sir Frederick said:
"Tlie results in the present Expeditionary Force have been positively
astonishing. Since the war began]
there have been in the British Expeditionary Forces only :n_ cases of
typhoid fever. Of these _m were
unprotected men. Of the 201, 173
had not been Inoculated al all,
while __ had received either mi"
inoculation, or Jiad not been Inoculated fo eriod of ovt r i wo years.
Ol the 21:' only 1 l mi n had . bi en
Ino lated 1 hi se ■ miot be
gainsaid . loi eoi er, ami ingsl these
hei ■' ■ " 22 deaths,
Ml, these  deaths  were   In  the ci
of non I mlati d  men. Not a single
man had dli 1 of ly] hold fever In
the British Expeditionary Force who
had been inoculated. I Applause,) I
thai thei e Is nothing more
to be Baid on the inatter, if facts are
of any value, ami those who attempt to persuade the soldier not to
be   Inoculated  arc   playing  Into  the
ands of the enemy, and   -1\ Ing hi
exactly   the    advii e    thi     Gerraai
would  be only  too  pleased   to   give
him."
SI - Frederick told his audience
thai n revolution has been effectedI I
in the transport of wounded in the
presenl war by admirable ambulance
trains and motor ambulances Riglll
up ai thc verj from, he said, there
are motqr kitchens and motor ambulances of all kind-. Nevertheless,
On the actual firing lines they would
nol I- abh i" dis]' use wIth the
old horsi _ ibulance, for while a
motor can gi I Into a ditch ii cannot get oul of one, bul a horse ambulance can.
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Sailings for Granby, Simpson aiui tke Naas
Sundays at Midnight
if _._,.     For further particulars apply to
p    JOHN   BARNSLEY,   AGENT        :: 881 Second Ave., Phone S68
Agency 'Atlantic    Steamships.
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REAR    OFFICE:   MONTREAL
ESTARMSHED   1800
LIQUIDATORS' SALE
"  OF GENT.'S FURNISHINGS
BOOTS. SHOES, Etc.
Hoffman, Prince Rupert,   As
sinned.
POR SALE BY 'I'MX 11 Kit
consisting of Boots, Shoes,
suits, and Gents' Furnishings,
Slocli
Hula,
all in
first-class order. The stock and stock
sheets can be Inspected at the store
on Second Avenue, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday,
9th, imli. lllli, and 12th March
respectively, between the hours of
1" and noon each day. Tenders to
lie in hands of Liquidator, James
Roy; Pacific Building, Hastings St.
\V., Vancouver, 11. C, liy noon
M.'ircl,   lflt.l,   1.1...I
Send for Five Roses
Cook Book—
COUPON
SK   N*Jn-    and    A.-drr-ii    pUlnty
,'t forge. 10 co .lose Ton Centi
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BEING A MANUAL OF GOOD RECIPES carefully
choMn from tlw- contributiona erf over two t-iouaai-d
Mi" rr'ifi ! users of F.v- I-«s.-cFt-Mir throughout Canada.
Also Useful Motn on the voriou* classes of good thing!
lo rat. all of w!i.,-.i have been carefully _...t.ck..d and
rocheckrd by corap-tttnt outl-aWry.
fajji-si your Envelope lo \M Of IKE WOPS WHINS Ca^MlltO, WINNIPEC
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BTOWART « MlMtT'l.v RBBM/r,  m»mXil.AH & r.a.
Capitnl     $  11,500,000
Reserved   Fund $  )__;,..00,0110
Total   Assets    1.185,000,000
Savings Bank  Department—!?l  will open an account
Branches   Throughout   Canada and Banking Connections With All
Pints of the lulled States. Agents Throughout the World.
II.  P. WILSON, Manager        • - Prince    Rupert    Branch
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PAINT   BRUSHES,  LAWN  MOWERS  AND GRASS SHBAR3
CARrET    BEATERS,   GARBAGE  PAILS
WINDOW   SCREENS, SCREEN DOORS
—AT THB—
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and Heavy Teaming
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Thursday, March 11, 191!
Fi-HERIESHAB
EXCELLENT YEAR
PROGRESS   MADE   IX   DBTERMIN-
ING     LIFE    HISTORY    OF
DEEP-SEA  HALIBUT,
Mr.  Babcock  Made a   Very   Careful
Survey ot the Conditions in
the Fraser.
The reporl   ot  the   provincial  department of  fisheries  was  prese i
llireo  Atlantic    maritime    provinces I scientists  merely  devoting the  sum-
Nova Scotia. New Brunswick and
Priuce Edward Island, which were
respectively $8,297,626, $4,308,707;-
$1,280,447,  ::  total nf $13,886,770.
The report summarizes the result
of Investigations conducted by the
scientists retained by the department
during the season, Im oitanl prog-
■-' as made by Dr. V. ll. Gil-
berl in tracing the life history of tbe:
a ilraon of the coasl In addition to
the Bcale r< idings elabi n ' ■' i
in  Eormer re io Is, collections ol try
':i months to the consideration of
'lu problems involved to arrive at
any .conclusions in the near future.
Mr. Thompson is therefore devoting
his entire time to this matter anil
lias already made several progress
reports. The best known haliiml
banks are becoming seriously depleted  by   over-fishing,   and   if   pro-
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Canadian  ports  are   dealt
with    al
length, l'he tvada: in halibut trlbu-
tary  to   Pi     I id    and   Alaskan
ports is a very large on" and it is
felt that with the natural advantages which Princ Ru erl enjoys
as a most northerly railway terminus, In addition to the facl thai it
is more adjacent to the fishing
grounds,   .ha    wen    the    n   ulatii       H
! FRANK STATEMENT
to the Legislature a few days ago and yearlings wer made By the deny lion. \v. J. Bowser, » (mission- partment, observations or whicli Dr.
er of fisheries,    It  deals   at   length j Gilben     connoted    with     his    scale
with the activities of the departmenl during ii"' pai I calendar year,
The value of tiie fishery products
for the liscal year ended March,
1914, is estimated at $13,891,398, a
decrease from thai of the preceding
readings, securing valu ible results.
Importanl contributions to the life-!
history of the SOCkeye are contained
In the Investigations by Dr. Gilbert,
while ii will inti resl fishermen to
know   that    the    doctor    In
tection   is   to   be    extended    to    the favorable   many    of
species In the near future It must be would make :: , ■    Ity their basi . Tl
based   upon   facts  orrived   at   as   :•■ chief value of the concession,   how-
i" fish'    li;      ■ :ory. Mr. Thompson ever, would be through the facl  il al
In his investigation to date made use! with   a'  market    afforded   flsln
j of the otoliths  in  a  manner   analo-  for Inferior herring 11  would bi
igous to that  em ployed   with   signal stole  to   ilckle I   e  larger and  (a I er
isuccess in the case of tlie European herring  alul  compete   with  the east-
places, i rn ami Europe in ■ roducl.
Dr- F-   xv-   '•'•■•' '''    waa   com-|    The    .
missioned to investigate the life
history of the edible crab (cancer
magi itei I   subject   under   i! e   cate
AS TO STOCK SALES
HON.    PRICE      i.i.LlSOX      SHOWS
THAT THE PRO. I'M V: MADE
JIOXE1   BY  l)EAI_.
in Facl  ■>  Loser Financially
by the Transaction  of  Whicli
Complaint   I*   .lade.
IMPERIAL HUE WORKS
Engines   Installed   and    General
Repairs
Oxy-Acetylene  Plain    in    Connection
Plume Red 156 Thinl Avenue
Bon.   Price   Elllison,    rising   to   a
     liege in  the  Legisl i-
- .    .1 e   an   explanation    of   liis
i   :■.  a rei     ■ e io the purchasi    b
Im of   ■■ uumbei  of cattle, from the
Cl ' '.-    Parn .    Hi    read    his     I
:-" ul   together  with . a   numbi t   of
lettet led   between    him
self and  Dr. ('.  E.   Dohert: .  i •
Mr.)i uperinti ndi nl    of    the    Pro' :-
twelvemonth. The falling off was due treats  of  the  parent stream  theory.  ' '" . Babcock,   a!  Istant. to   the! Menial   Hospital  al    New    Westmin-
to   the   poor   catch    of    sockeye    in      In developing Its effort to add  to "<ls' k''''1' n"n,l!i,u'' ""'■- v'"h an ,:        ' -       condl- ster,   dealing   wiih     the    pun
Northern    British   Columbia   duringlthe biology  of  the marine fauna ot-jtensive consideration ol  thi ai In i       : r, the  rui   lo  the  madi   and  made  the  claim  thai  the
the summer of 1913, when owing to the  Pacific,  the  department  detailed  ",?" ttt ,v,!"'!l  !h" femalea r€ach  m;!; - - che   of which was adverse-1transaction instead of proving profit-
ii     ,,-   _,   .,•■ a, urity, together  with can 'ul con Id >■ ,.,,„i ,.,. ~n,i_„  ,„  ,,,„
M_.  U.  ".   rhompson  lo investigi ■■■   anecti m  ihp
salmon
pack [oi  thi :   I :   an I   lie c it
the    salmon
i. H. lilLDITCH
Contractor and Buii dei
(_sti_nntes given on all elii.se.- "I
work, whether small or lff_ge. Per.
Bonal aiteiitiuii given to every item
PHONE GREEN  321
FREDERICK   PETERS,  K.C.
Barrister, Sollciior and Notary Publli
Offlce  In
EXCHANGE  BLOCK
the rainy season, fishermen were unable tn lake their usual toll of flsh.
A tailing off was also shown in (he
number of whale captured. The report  states,  however,   that   he  value  been   known   of   tlie   life-history
DR. GILROY, DENTIST
Crown  aud  Bridge  Work a
Specialty
Offlce:   Smith    Block,   Third   Avcnni
of the product for the current fiscal
year will show material increase,
due to the increased price of halibut and herring, attendant upon
the conditions which have resulted
in the interruption of fishing in
Great Britain and lhe Continent.
However,       Drills!
showing   stiW   equals
, | eralion  of  the  larvae.
(lie life-history  ol   'lie  halibut.    Al-1
thohgh second In Importance of the. !)l'- •Toael)l1 Stafford continued bis
food fishes of the coast nothing has'.r-vestIgat,on  of the nativ€ oys,er of
0f British   Columbia,  and   reports  upon
this important food flab. Passing jvarlo,IS areas wher« t,lese oysters
references have been made lo it by t>ccurred in the northern sections of
various    scientists     engaged     upon *'le Province,
other work, bul no systematic at-' The steps taken by Mr. Bowser to
tempt has ever been made to deal secure from the Dominion the relax-
with this subject. Thc
realized the necessity
Columbia's With this matter on an adequate vessels, and preventing their outfit
that    of    the scale and that II  was impossible for  ting  and   purchase    of    supplies   a
c .'■- on : abl Im 1 imed  oul   a loss.
-!■'<"<    i'ale.   He   report.,   that   there His statement  read:
1   failure sockeye   in   their|     "With   reference   to   the   question
department ation of certain customs regulations
for    dealing I affecting the sale of bait to American
ifeg-
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e tiousetii
Delivered to your kitchen
door, like groceries
idwe
175,000,000 Bottles Yearly
That was the demand for Budweiser last
year.
The Anheuser-Busch Plant covers today
more than 142 acre.—equal to 70 city
blocks. It gives steady employment lo
6,(100 people, and to 1,500 more in its
branches.
Every process, every room. Is Immaculate.
Every bottle is Pasteurized am! Inspected.
This Quality-Plant, started nearly 50 years .
ago, is a mode! of modern facilities.
The hundreds of visitors who eo through
every day know that nothing of its kind
could bo made any better than Budweiser.
The Largest Plant of Its Kind
in the World
Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis
^_ijp___=.
Some of the Principal
Buildings
..l:ii_i..__ii_ii»  "I"""'"""! muni""""!	
PRINCE RUPERT IMP. CO.
Distributors PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
customary numbers  apparent  in  the
upper reaches of tiie river.
Although lhe catch of salmon in
'lie north was belter than the preceding year, it was well below the
normal good year in Northern British Columbia. This was nol due to
any failure of the iisli to run, since
Hie reports from the spawning beds
or the Naas, Skeena, and River- Inlet indicate thai sockeye were present in unusual numbers, but was
due to the unfavorable weather experienced  on  the  fishing  grounds
Reference is made to the provincial contribution of salmon and an
extract from the reporl of the-local
toverament board of Great Britain
lealing with this matter is reproduced.
The   report     contains    the    usual
: '    ol   the salmon  pack, tlie egg-
-   al   dm    enl    !i itch'ei les,   etc.,
■ ■ ■ ■'  '. ;'i   -'   resume   ol    ■ a'riou
i 'ers   and   treatises    dealin.     n 111
kelp.
Introducing  \c.v  Biscuit.
'•' i,  of   Edi ,.   Is   In    : li
Ity     il     ii .. enl     i en tin
North.1    -   :      nil  Company of   tin I
■ Ity,   I re  Is Introducing the products
of  thai   I:.. torj   into   Princi    Etu  er .
'"    the    pres' nl    i hi se    bi n u
bi en sold onlj  as far as Prli
- .:    i.   Prbm   now   on   thej   \\ ill   bi
sold  in  Prince  Rupert.    Mr.  Ri
ports good results In  Prince Rupert.
on tiie order paper, asked by the
Hon. Membei for Columbia, they
should have been directed to the
Hon. the Provincial Secretary, under
whose department tlie administration of the Colony Farm conies, and
nol  the Minister of Agriculture.
"However, I immediately wrote
to the bursar of the Colony Farm,
enclosing an order paper containing
the questions, and asking Ural the
answers be senl without delay.
They were received last Friday 26th
February, and submitted lo the
House  the  same  day.     The  answers
submitted   arc   not   the   answers   of
I
the  Minister of Agriculture, but the
original     answers     to     the    Coloi
Farm staff.
"As   these   questions   and   auswe
affecl   me  personally,  1   will,   in
few words   as possi'i!". state to the
House   how   1   came    to    buy    stock
from the Colons   Farm.
Visits  Colony  Farm.
"In  the spring     I    '
,;'--  '■ ny   Fan        r I he  first  time
at  the  request        H1''    MInisti r
  ti    nt.   1   met
medi tenden
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Consult!, g Mining Engineer
Examinations   and    development    01
Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc.,
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HAIRDRESSING
PARLORS
Massage,    Manicuring,   Scalp   Treatment, Electric Treatments, Etc.
Mrs.   N. I . Handasyde, Prop.
211 Third St.        PRINCE RUPERT
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RITCHIE,   AGNEW!  &   CO.
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
Prince Rupert,  B.C.       i
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LINDSAY'S CARTAGE & STOIIAGL
G.  T    P.   CARTA.IK   AGENTS
381    SECOND   AVBNUE
JINGLE POT COAL
REGIMENTAL  QRDEHS.
(isib Regiment  Earl Grey's Own
Rilies.
ORDERS by Major .1. II. McMullin, Commanding, March 3,
1915:
Parades—"A" Company will
parade at tbe Exhibition Buildings on Friday, March the 12th,
at 7:4..  p.m.
"B" Company will parade at
lhe Exhibition Building on
Thursday, March l Ith, al 7: l"
p.m.
\V.  S.   M ..RSHALL,  Lieut.
Acting   Adjutant,
Notice is hereby given that on ihe
£rst day of April next application
will be made to tlie superintendent
of Provincial Police am, to Hie
Board of License Commissioners foi
the City ot Prince Rupert for permission to change the site of the
wholesale Iitiuor business now car
ried on by the undersigned company
from its present promises, namely
Lots 10 and 17, Block 11, Section 1.
situate on Second Avenue, City of
Prince Rupert, to premises situate
on Lots 16 and 10, Block 112, Sec-
lion 1, on Fraser Street, In the City
of Prince Rupert.
Dated this 27th of February, A.n
1915.
Beaver Wholesale   Liquor   Qmnpan.
of   Prince  Rupert,   Lid.
2_mar28 C.   A.  SWEET,  M. r
Pacific Cartage'Lircited
General   Teaming
■Furniture  Movin     - alty.
,    .        ind   who   showed   nn
i I.  nanuled by us.   '• ll ordi ri   rei ■    •
and stock. He    - prompt attention   i'i,
dale  stallion   brought   oul   which  •——■	
Phone   93, I'l;    Box
said w      :'■       ,:'   and sell
ii  to me. I said that  I did 1,
i buy;   but   . oul : • an  im-
;  ,'    Haclcni s    stallion    w Iiicli    I
own -'I   and   «hh li    cosl    52,500    In
Du        icrintendenl   knew
ij had   been  a   prim
.-..ui ■: al 'in Vancouver Horsi
show. Hi said I - ".'i'i usi 11 I
good  advant i :■ I he   rami   was
specializing In Hackneys. His reasons for wanting to sell the stallion
were the same as mine, namely, thai
he could nol use II to ad\ antagi
long i- "ii account of requiring ■■<
i hange of blood. I le also showed me
sunn cattle and pointed out two old
cows thai vi ere for sale, and said
they liatl some young stuff which
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v- :        "nn  buy COAL buy the  BES1
— Ladysmith   Lump  or  Comox
Washed  Nut.
The Queen Charlotte
Oil Fields limited
Oilice will open today in   .ai.v.Dutlei
Bollding foi sab- of a limited
amount  of   Treasury Slock
GEO.  P.   MACDONALD.   Bee-Treat
HE  HIGH  COST OK   LIVING   I.E.
IHCI.il BY RUTTNG  VOI 11
U-si  Quality   Domestic   Lump   Conl
#9.80 Per Toy
liesi Quality Washed   Mill  i oal
•8.71- Per Ton
DELIVERED
—THI.—
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Prinee Rnpert,'B.C.. Phone 90
HAYNER BROS
Pioneer Pnneral Oirectors and
liinlmlniors Open Day nnd
Night,      ladies'     Assistant     In
A -tendance,
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Prince5 Rupert Journal
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AND DOOR COMPANY. LTD.
MANUPACTV-iliRS
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pioe mMT-rttMs. amivtm Fiiose a araouLTY
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Thursday,  March   11,
PP.INCE   RUPERT   JOURNAL
GRANITE
3_.A_.1TE nf  lies     .  allty  and  thoroughly  tested  for sale
Cut  Stone  or  Crushed   Rock   in
Quantities
.till, J. McLEOD      id ni' Green '-'17
~mm nsifcoT"
■fresh  I-ish Arrivlnji  Ever}' Day
. ltsldn Olders Promptly Mtendi i To
PRANK STATEMENT
AS TO STOCK SALES
(Continued  from Page Three.)
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LAUNDRY
NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
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1|OnIy   Skilled    Operators   Employed
Phone us and we will call for a
trial  bundle
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I M.M.S.A.
fi Masters and .Mates prepared
S lor examination.   Compass ad-
g Juster.
g Phone Bed 502
| "NAUTICAL   ACADEMY'"
K       Holgerson  Block, opposite
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For Rent
REASONABLE    RATES
THE
Continental Trust
Company
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The Horning Journal
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nu   sucking   -   Ifei   calves    ami
ifers, Idll 'on,    lie
iliuwed   in     _   Cl ma e,    which
led  a  fev    i     ■   '   for .
I . dally draw luj .'      •' -     : the
colt,  saying   it   . is    from    'Bewhill
Dai":..'       "     i lyd isdi ::   _
,-hlch  he whs offering to sell me.
"I lefl the farm without buying
[any stock or exchanging horses.
There was no more conversation between the medical superintendent
and in.v.ir with reference to my purchasing any of the stock,
"A shorl time afterwards l met
the medical superintendent in the
provincial secretary's office at the
Parliament Buildings, Victoria. This
meet ins was not by appointment,
hut was accidental. The question of
selling some stock was mentioned
'and after some discussion in the
presence of the provincial secretary,
I agreed to buy the two old cows,
live slicking heifer calves, also live
yearling heifers, and a yearling bull,
together with the Clydesdale mare
that 1 had seen some weeks before,
on condition that ihey would mate
her. He also offered me a pair of
grade Percheron mares, which he
had obtained in a trade, stating that
while they were considerably 'used
up' and could not work on the
road, they would make a good team
on the farm, so I agreed to take
them, as also four young pigs. At
the same time we agreed to exchange the stallion, 'Bowhill Baron,'
for my Hackney stallion, 'Diamond
Cross.'
Stock Not Seen.
"I had never seen any of the stock
shipped nie excepl one Clydesdale
mare, for as I have already stated,
the deal  was made in  Victoria.
"The prices were fixed by the staff
at the Colony Farm, as already has
been mentioned in the list of answers to the questions asked, all being strangers to me with the exception of Dr, Doherty.
"Shortly after lhe stock had been
shipped, I visited my home and
looked them over and found I had
not received what we had agreed
upon and I immediately wrote the
medical superintendent that I would
not accept shipment,
"I will show this House how the
stock shipped to my ranch turned
out, and lhe way in which it affects me financially. The stallion
sent in lieu of the one I exchanged
proved to be worthless anil had to
be castrated. The result of this was
that I lost 25 foals, which would
have been two- years old now, say
valued at $100 each. The Clydesdale
mares proved to be sterile -and have
never given me a foal. Considering
i a a l I paid the Colony Farm $100
for these two animals, which were
represented to be brood mares, tho
loss to me is two two-year-olds, two
GOVERNMENT WEATHER
REPORT.
Furnished   by   I-.   \V.    Howling.
For 24  hours ending 5 p.m.
March  10.
Bar.  reduced  to sea  level.... 29.962
I i;    ■       tempei ature    .. . . . -17.0
Lowest   tern]   ral are     40.0
Rain    ig
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jPERSONALS I
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Judge  Young  was a  passenger  by
tho G. T. P. yesterday,. He has gone
to  Hazelton  to  hold  court there.
,1. Sackville-West, who belongs to
the family of the former ambassador
at Washington, is In the city on a
short visit.
Rev. II. R. Grant left for Toronto yesterday  morning in ennnec-
DIS8OLUTI0N   NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE that the firm
Ritchie, Agnew & Co, has been dis
jsolred upon tke -1st day of January
A. 11. 1915, and tliat all accounts ow
ing to the firm will be collected by
J. Fred Ritchie, for ihe benefit of
the partners, and that all accounts
owing by the firm will be paid by
the said 1. Fred Ritchie, on accoun
of the firm. Dated at Prince Rupert
B.C., this 4th day of February, A. D
1915.
J.    FRBD   RITCHIE.
A. B. WRIGHT.
C.  T.  Howard  (witness to both   sig
natures). fiimaro
Skeena  Land   District  —  District  of
Queen  CharlStle Islands.
TAKE NOTICB that Andrew W.
MaeLean, of Priace Rupert, B. C.,
occupation Caraester, inleads to apply for permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum over the following described lund. on the West
Ceas4 of (lr»_i. I'••Una
Coast  of Srnhaui  Island:   Commenc-
NAVIOARLI.     WATERS
TION ACT.
1!. S. O. Chapter 115.
The Imperial Oil Company hereby!
give noHce that it has under Section 7 of the above Arl. .deposited:
jvith the Minister of Public Works at!
Ottawa, aud in the office of the Dis-1
triot Registrar of the Prince Rupert |
Land Registration District at Prince'
Rupert, 11.C, a description of the!
site and the plans of the wharf and |
approach proposed to lie built in-l
'Prinee Rupert Harbor, British Columbia, in front of Waterfront |
Block "G", a .sordini; to registered I
.plan of the Townsite of the said'
Olty of Prince Rupert deposited in
the aforosaJd Land Regiwtrv OHico
as Ne. 928.
AND TAKE NOTICE that a'»ter
the expiration of one liiontli from
tte date of the first publication of
Mi. ni-tics, thc said Imperial Ofl
Com pat. r will under Section 7 of the
•aid A«i apply to the Minister of
-"ulrlio Works at hie oflice in the City
of Ottawa for approval of the said
site and plans and for leave to eon-
strust  the said wharf and  approach.
DATHD at Prince Ruperl, B.C.,
this 2»'d dtiy of February, A. D.
imli. 4w-f4
TIM IMP-BRJAL OIL COMPANY.
PltOTEC-l NOTICE is hereby given fiat on
|the 23rd day of March next applies
tion will be made to the Siiperir.
tendent of Provincial Police and to
the Board of License Commissioners for the City of Prince Rupert for
tion  with  the  Mission  Board  of tlie jiaff at a pest uJaated ene mile north
and t.we mil*. •«.. i  of i. .- aort_-«__..t.
RUPERT MARINE IRONWORKS AND
SUPPLY CO., LIMITED
WATERFRONT,   PRINOE    RUPERT
ENGINEERS,   MACHINISTS  AND    MACHINERY    CONTRACTORS
Specialist* in Marine Power Hants, oil, Steam or Gasoline.
ll. ('. Ooosl Agents for Hie British Ifromhoul Honii-Dlosel oil Kn-
gipe—the most rettablo iu__ economical, nnd the cheapest
power for fishing boats, ims and passenger vessels.
Standard (ins Engine Company's Engine, and Parts In stock.
Presbyterian Church,
L. A. Manley of the Granby Bay
Hotel at Anyox was a passenger by
the Prince George yesterday. He
proceeded to Granby last night.
Capt. Nicholson, manager of the
G. T. P. steamship service, arrived
in the city yesterday. He is looking
into the situation locally, prepara
tory to outlining the summer sche
dule for his steamers.
F. M. Dockrill was a passenger
from the south yesterday. He proceeded by the G. T. P. to the Interior. Mr. Dockrill's name Is associated with the Conservative nomination for the Omineca riding at
the next provincial election.
WANTED.
.Man or woman or married couple
to take care of house. Rent, phone
and light free. For further informa
Hon apply Box B, Journal Office.
.   mar7-S
Groceries—Our prices are the low.
est in town. You will save money on
almost every article. Give us a Iria
order today. Phone 123. Prompt de
livery. Mussallem & Co., 423 Fifth
Ave. East.
St.  Patrick's  Day.
On March 17, St. Patrick's Day,
there will be a grand concert given
in the Weslholme Theatre. The
programme will be of the usual high
class. marutf
lis
yearlings and two sucking colts.
"If you lake into consideration
that 1 paid the Colony Farm $650
for one two-year-old Clyde fill.', It
will give you some idea of the less
I have sustained by the mare being
barren. Furthermore, the grade
Percheron mares also proved to be
sterile.
Private Sales Usual,
"I may say that it has been the
practice for years at the Colony
Farm to sell by private sale tlle sur-
ilus stock. Between .March, 1911,
and June, 1914, the Colony Parr,:
has sold by private sale some 72
head of stock, consisting of bulls,
cows, calves, horses, pigs, etc., and
a quantity of hay and oats, to no
less than 27 different  purchasers.
"Mr. Speaker, I would have insisted on a committee of the House lo
have   gone   into   the   whole   matter;
inn on account of the medical superintendent   With   whom  I   did   tho
corner of Lot 2433, thence north 88
chains, thenoe west _6 chains, theaoe
south 30 chains, thenoe east 81
chaias to point of commeneeaier.!,
contalniag 64ft acre* more or lass.
ANimVW W. MaeLBAN.
fl8 As»at,  Peter Plonoho.
Date  located,   Silrd  Dai-ember,   1914
Skeena Land Dlatrist — District of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICH that Andrew W
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, B. C.
occupation Carpenter, intends to apply for permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum over the folloi.
ine described laadi on the West
Coast of Graham Island: Commencing at a poet planted one mile north
and two miles east of the north-east
corner of Lot 2485, thence north 80
chains, thence east 80 chaias, thenee
south 80 chains, thence wast 80
chains, to point of commencement
containing 840 acraa more or lass.
ANDREW W. MacLHAN.
flS Agest,  Peter  Piombo
Date located, 23rd December, 1914.
»YN01*9I8      «F      COAL      MINING
R__«1H,ATI()NK.
—1 salniag rlsjkts of the Domin-
4en h_ Uamltobii, Saskatchewan and
Atterta, the Yukon Territory, the
•art-Twast Territories and a portion
mt tha Previaoe af British Galumbia,
■ay be leaned tor a term of twea-
-T-aae years at an annual rental of
fa tmr mmwm. Not more than 2,560
afcr** will ke leased to one applicant.
Applications for a lease must be
made by the applicant In parson to
tb-i A«ent or Sub-Agent Qf the dis-
tslct ia whiefa ths rights applied for
are situated.
fc survejwd territory the land
aust be described by sections, ar
.•gal BjihhHrt-rtoni af sections, and
In n»»urTey-M_ territory the tract applied for shall be staked out by the
"'    nt  himself.
Skeena Land  District — District ot
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew W
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, B.C., oc
upation Carpenter, IntendB to apply
or permission to prospect for coa
and petroleum over the following de
scribed lands on the West Coast of
Graham Island: Commencing at a
post planted two miles north of the
north-east corner of Lot 2433, thence
north 80 chains, thence east 80
chains, thence south 80 chains,
tlience west SO chains to poijit of
commencement, containing 640 acres
more  or  less.
ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN.
f 18 Agent, Peter Piombo
Date located,  23rd December, 1914.
Skeena Land   District — District of
Queen  Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew W.
MaeLean, of Prinee 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 north of
the north-east corner of Lot 2435,
tlience north 80 chains, thence west
80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, to point ol
commeneement containing 640 acres
more or less.
ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN.
fl8 Agent, Peter Piombo.
Date  located,   33rd  December,   1914
_ application must be acoonv-
paa-aa by a fea af $5, which will be
raftuided if t.»a rights applied for
are aot available, but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the
merakf-atab-e autpHt of the mine at
the rats of five cents per ton.
The person operating the mine
shall furnish the Agent with sworn
returns aeceuullng for the full
quantity of merchantable coal mined
ajjd pay the royalty thereon. If the
coal ni-nin'g rights are not being operated, such returns should be fur
nished at least once a year,
The lease will include the coal
mining rights only; but the lessee
may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be
considered necessary for the working of the mine it the rate of $10
Per acre.
For full information application
should be made to the Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ot
tawa, or to any Agent or Sub-
Agent of Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior
Look  for tlie Bod Tag   Pricas   at
fleorgo  I).  Tito's  PanUtaro Sale,     tf
Daily Journal
50c per month
9x0
Royal \iivnl College of Canada.
The  nest  examination   for  the  en-
^
,
5   Steel, Iron, Oils, Wire Hope, Raima Belting, li. <:.   Wood   Pullca*. £
Columbian   Bronze  Proposers, Storage Batteries, Dynamos und _>
.Marine   Accessories^
Repairs—First-class equipment and  staff   for   machine   niul   ship ?
i-epiiirs. S
P.O. BOX 51S TELEPHONE 313
Oi^lKHKllKHjl. 0<__KH._H.-_IO4O4OO4444aO4O04CO4aOa<tO44a4444O4OO
try of Naval Cadets, will  lie hold  at
business   being   away   al    the     front Itbe  examination  centres of the  Civil
,      ,, . Service Commission  in  May,   1015
-ening bis country, ll would   have BUoceBB(ul candidates joining the col
been  one-sided, and   for thai    reason'lege on  or aboul   Isl   August.   Appli-
\ .,,„ „,.,,.i,     ,!,,     ,  ,        , ,. cations for entry will he received up
to 15th AlU'il by the Secretary, Civil
Service Commission, Ottawa, from
whom blank entry forms can now be
obtained,
Candidates for the examination in
May next must, be between the ages
of fourteen and slxteon on tho 1st
-Inly,  1^15.
Further details can he obtained on-
application to the undersigned.
G.  ,1,   DESBARATS,
inputs Minister of the Naval   Service
Department of tbe Naval Service,
Ottawa, January 8th,  1916
Unnttib-.i'ized   publication   of   this
advert., eineiil will not he paid for.—
72S.1S. ja28
XOTIC1..
Tlie ennatllnii Patriotic Fund.
Will those who need assistance
from the -hove fund, rcBldonl in (he
(City or district and whose breadwinner Is on active service with ihe
forces of Ihe Empire or her Allies,
Wndly notify l)ie secretary of the
local organlratlon.
tf VV. Q   COLLISON,
P.O. Box 73 5
permission to remove tlie license for
the sale of liquor by wholesale from
the premises known as Lots 15 and
1G, Block 32, Section 1, situate Lt
Frazer Street in the City of Prince
Rupert, to the lands described as
Lots 19 and 20, Block 23, Section t,
on Third Avenue in the said City of
Prince Rupert.
DATED  this  20th  day  of   Febru
nry,  1915,
PRINCE   RUPERT  IMPORTING CO.
LIMITED.
\V. II. Marshall, Manager
f21mai'22 Applicant.
■■-.     '     *8S.
a-_lHa...**
NOTICE   OF   OANOKLLATION
RHSERVH.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Reserve existing on Detention
Islamd by reason of a Notice published in the British Columbia Gasette on
the 301* of May, 1912, is hereby can
tolled.
R.  A. RJCNWICK.
Deputy Minister c f Laijdi
Department of Lands, ,
Victoria, B.C.,
October  19th,  1914.       o2 1
JAMES GILMORE
ARCHITECT
Second Ave. Near McBrlde St
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members  of  the -Prince  Itupct
Mcemcd Vintners' Association
WINDSOR   HOTEL
Cor. oi First, Ave. and Eighth St.
W. H. Wright, Prop.
HOTEL CENTRAL
First Aire, and Seventh St.
l-iii'oppnii   aad   American   Plant
81.00 to $2.50 Per Day
Peter  Black, Prop.
KNOX  HOTEL
First     Ave.     Between     Kightti    and
Ninth
European  Piaa;   lii,i.-_   ."iiic  to $1.0"
Per Day
Beener &   Besner, Props.
EMPH1-SS   HOTEL
•I. Y. Rochester V. I). Casley
Third  Ave.  Between Sixth and
Seventh  His.
European  Plan;  150c to   $1  Per  Da)
ROYAL HOTEL
Oorlcy & Budgets, Prop.,
,      Third   Ave.  anil   Sixth   St.
Kin'iipi'im  Piun Steam Healed
BEAVER      WHOLES.HE     LIQUOR
CO..    LlaWiCED
Second  Ave.  und  Sixth  St.
Phone 102
VH1NCE RUPERT IMPORTING CD
UHUITHI)
Eraser and Sixth Sts
Phone   7
44 r_^KH>^J^J^KKKtl>^W
GUARANTEED
American  Silk
HOSIERY
WE   WANT   YOU   TO   KNOW
THESE   HOSE
They stood the test when all
others failed. They give real
foot comfort. They have no
seams to rip, They never became loose aud baggy as the
shape is knit ln, not pressed In
They are GUARANTEED for
fineness, for styls, for superiority of material and workmanship, absolutely stain! ;_,aad to
wear six month, without holes
or replaced  by uew pairs free.
Onr Free Offor
To every one -.endlag us BOc
to cover shipping charges,   we
will send, subject to duty, absolutely  free:
Tnree pairs of our famous
men's AMERICAN SILK
HOSE with written guarantee,
any color, or
Three pairs of our Ladles'
Hose, in ulack, Tan or White
colo.-s, with written guarantee.
DON'T     DHLAY—Offer    expires wheD  dealer in your   locality  is   selected.   Give   color
and  size desired.
The  International    Hosiery  Co.
21 Blttuer .Street
Dayton. Ohio - U.S.A.
4000400444444*44040040000%
44440404444440440404044444
THE MOST COMFORTABLE
TOURING CAR
IN THE CITY
Answers all calls day and night
Phone 99
Stand:    Hotel    Prince   Rupert
^iHttH_^«HKHKHKH_^a^s^^
New Wellington
Coal
The Favorite Household (onl
Cleanest, Brightest and Best
Rogers & Albert
Sec ind Avenue
Phone 116

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