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Job
Printing
vol. v.
PRINCE   RL'PERT,   B.
TUESDAY) MARCH 23, 1915.
Ptiee .-   t.'enis.
XO.  113.
ANOTHER MINE TO
SHIP THROUGH HERE
Tke Cordillera Group Near Kitselas
Is Showing Up Well At Present-
Getting Ready To Send To Smelter
While the Rorlter de Boule mines
near Hazelton will soon be shipping
ore over 'he G. T. P. to the bunkers
that are being erected here on the
waterfront and in turn he shipped
to the Granby smelter, this is nol
tho only  properly  that  Is  getting  in
G. T. P. to the Granby smelter.
This will give them a test of the
worth of tbe ore and at the same
time give those interested a chance
lo gel returns from tlle work to still
further prosecute the development
work.
shape to ship to Prince Ruperl from      Tbe  claims   .how   free   gold    and
along the line of the G. T,  P.    Au- there is   also   auriferous   values   in
LANDSLIDE CAUSED    ELECTRICITY FOR       DRILLER BELIEVES HE
HEAVY DAMAGE!       EVERY PURPOSE jj {^j^y jq qh
ABOUT FIFTY LOST LIVES IS AC-IlT   IS   PHOPOSE1)  TO  HAVE   THE
CIDENT AT BRITANNIA
MINES,
CITY   OF   PRINCE   RUPERT
HIGHLY  ELECTRIFIED.
Tho Cause or the Slide is   Not
Known—.Many   Nol
Recovered,
fet The City Council Will Seek u> Interest Citizens in I'hi-s of
Current.
Vancouver, March 22.—A landslide which wrecked bunk houses
and several private residences and
other buildings in the neighborhood
of the Britannia mines occurred at
midnight, on Sunday. A number of
men who were returning to night
shift were killed. The chief sufferers
other property that is making ap ex-  the  copper  tli.it    is   taken    for   theiare  tlle  Austrians and  Japanese.
cellent showing at present Is the Cor- workings.    Tbe    development    work
dillera group,   near   Kitselas.    This thai  is being carried on  by a force
of   aboul   ten   men  is  showing    very
property,    which   is  only    about    six
hundred  feel  from  the  railway   has
.ratifying results.    The ore body is
been opened up through the good of-1proving to he of greater dimensions
There arc fifty dead and only
about twenty bodies have been recovered so far. Fifteen were injured
in  the slide.    '
The cause of the  I ndsllde is unknown.  A search   Is being made for
flees of .1.  li.  Wells, a  well   known j than the owners had ai first expect-|the remainder of the bodies
milling man in this part of the coun-jed.    It is the intention of those In- 0	
try.   He  has  Interested   with  him  In terested to keep the work going on
the   property   now    .1.    P.    Jennings,  now and make .shipments as the pro.
who has covered a good pari of the perty produces.
interior of the province In the search
for good1 prospects in a mining way.
Both of them are !n the city at the
present time and report that their
property Is looking  well.
Then' is at the dump now about
half a car of ore and it is the Intention of the management as soon as
a carload is ready to make an initial
shipment    through    here     over     the
Drinking Fountain.
Smith & JIallef.t wrote the City
Council last night with reference to
a drinking fountain which the firm
proposed to inslal in front of its
business place. Thc Ann offered to
put this in and maintain it provided
the city would supply water. This
was referred  lo  the board  of works.
Many Prisoners  Taken
By Russians At Fall Of
Fortress Of Przemysl
HAS  ABOUNDING   FAITH
IN THE OIL OF ISLANDS
The City Council last evening
drew quite an audience of raiepay
ers together. Whether it was Ihat
the presence of a good number of
the electors stirred the members or
the Council to flights ol oratory or
not,  the fai i rem: In ne   ora
tory was very evident, li centred
chiefly around I It ...j- Cl of elec-
trictj for the home, bul once the
;i gol properly charged with
the cur: m I scussion   travelled
far  from  , .at  and  might  still   have
been going had not Aid. Edge called
a point of order on this and Inquired
-    li Ion had to do with
lhe motion. lie thereupon, having
ceeded in arousing attention to
the fact that the other speakers
were out of order, proceeded to digress very widely himself, ending
up with an admonition which he excused himself for using and which,
taken too literally, might have subjected them to a very undignified
action.
The  finance    committee   reported
upon   the  recommendation  that   BOO
Allan Stewart Who Has Returned
From The Graham Island Fields
Thinks About Seventy-Five Feet
More Will Do
The C. T. P. steamer Prince John,[the oil in place.    In .consequei
which arrived from I ie Queen Charlottes yesterday, had among In i
passengers Alan Stewart, who has
for some considei able time bi en in
charge ol  th    diil Ii -inns on
belli '-s that li Is onlj a mattei ol a
shorl distance until the oil is encountered. The hole is dowi now
■ I"-  i   1,4.1   feel       .nol ■ nty-
1 ould   bring
the West  Coas   of Queen Charlo        '    | - ■   .;>.
islands.    Mr.   Stewart   will   proceed      Mr.  .    ,<   •■    who   is a     racti'cal
south   tonight,   being   obliged   to   do oil   man,   has  not   I :                bl
: o owing  to  the  fuel   thai   the                        lie result!).    Hi i   confident
Petrograd, March 22.—An ollicial
,-. orl says the Eoi ■ i - '■"■- mysl
has surrendered. Nine ■ eneri li ai I
more than 300 officort and 50,000
men  were I       •   pri   mers.
Tho Russian troops have oci .
Taurogen    after   a   severe    ei
menl   agalp I   the Germans,   capturing prisoners and engldei rs.
in the Carpathians stubboi u ilgl I
ing li takin lace. The Russlam
have made il     ' > mces. Dur-
I.
VANCOUVER AVON HOOKEY*.
Vancouver,     March      22.-—In
in   the   championship series the score stood:
\ .ne n'.iver. ii;  Ottawa, 2.
T. P. O'FniTell, Who lias Been Covering the West   Coast, Thinks
There Should lie Strike.
It is quite evident that the oil
prospeels of lhe West Coast of Graham Island is uppermost in the
thoughts of many in the south,
There are more looking after the securing of claims there than is gen-|be voted  t0 the  ]UUt   eoramlttei    lo
orally supposed. From  lime to time , , .    .    ,  ,,. .  ,
be used in installing a set oi domes-
there arrive those who have been on
,  ,    , .      . , .      tic utensils using electricity. The ob-
the ground  looking into the staking!
of whal  may be oil lands there.        |jcct of tll<; demonstration was lo in-
On the last steamer from  the Isl- dm>e  the carrying of u day loud   in
ands there arrived T. P. O'Farrel], of I bomes so  thai   the city  ml    I
Vancouver,  who has for some little a  profit  by   the sale   of electricity.
Urn    been  on  th    Isl :. I    Invi iti at-  •, ...   00 anijttee  recomnu nded  ri
ing the outlook there, and  while he
does not reveal his exact  mission on j
the Island  he 6 i ■   nol 'deny thai the
I,     ,.        .■-,,• ai i   !''ei ommendlng the coui. ■-.
locating ol  oil claims was the ni
Idea in his mind.  He I ime b    k      Aid.  Montgoni ri   nu .ed l
i !
very firmly convinc 6 thai  there will vote  for  the  use   of  I   ■     :omi
a   iln becomt   disabled and   in w
ts required. To
will   have   lo   wail   until   the;
from the easl.    This will cause a delay of about  six  v cells.
Ml    .        ii-    '   : briii  .   the
mosl -'iieoiiia.mii-; m « with ipec
in the prospect on tin i '
absolutely convinced thai the oil is
within easy reach now. He bears out
the statement published in these
columns a few days ago to the effect
that, an abundance of gas Is being
encountered at the hole.
He slates that the drilling that
has been carried on for the last
while is Ihe hardest thai he has hurl
to do f... the whole of the distance.
This he takes as Indicating thai h<
has reached  the capping  thai   holds
thai the committi e sei  l.i i     ar it t-
| let's    to    possible     users    of
el h ■■ pet-
I   1 the
lace as sooi t gel  the nec-
ment.
As an Ind drill
Is revealin -      olnts
oul thai gas i   i oming i   nstantly to
i1'-- i- enin ■ in Increasing quautil. - -.
The  pressure  from   this  gas  is   becoming stronger the deeper the bore
is sunk.    The gas can be lit al  the
head  any  time and  the   flame   will
leap     some    feel.      Each    day    the
amount of gas Increased.   The pressure  v. >■   such  i hat   when  i -   -    I to
shut  down  the  water   in    the   hole
would  I"   carried   oul    und    when   a
I pipe  was attached  to  the head   and
carried  up   I _'i ..    - ii. e   feet   il   was
i ti   fori    the v a-
tei  out.
Allies Have Advanced
Against Germans On
Plateau Notre Dame
be discoveries of oil (here,  if there
Is  not   he  contends thai   Nature has
to  Install   a   demons! ration
■ l".    Tl en   I he   disi u lion       - red
! been  pla. Ing nks
i   ii    .-,     it   ,   ■<  •     .1        Igeneral, with Aid. !■   -   . . ■
s every  Indication  that il  is   there.
ie. 11 immltl
Inverness   Passage.
TI     Geographic  Hoard of   Canada ■ I DGF.  C.-H.l 1.11  IS HERE
has  decided  thai   the  northerly   en- TO HOLD COI'NTY  COI Rl
tr nee channel of the Skeena  ':•    i 	
lag tbe  : ; '   ' wenty-four hours they
captun il    -.''"'i   men,   llfi
nnd twenty machine   [uni.
To   Sell   Sl'OlV,
On Ihe  ... imittee II
was decided  thai  ll   was   ..
io in tempi to i lie old
■ for pu
-,.. as   :   '   iimni'lldi'd     to   li
.epted.
; ',      westward   from    Eleanor He Will n  pen! in tho Case
to Chatham Sound, and ly-'      Taken hj          - '.     •
Ing eastward, northward   ami   west-!                thc Coal  Dispute.
of Smith  i iland,    i  ii  be call- 	
.ii  ,  ■ idi       -   -  -    tht    -   ..'ii - I
■     .i       , .  Noi
notice ti
bi   .   I   lied.
. ii Furniture Sale at ti n ■-.-■
I), I'ii.-'s, nil departments Record
discounts for cush.
Ill     UlO    ei"      I"     ll '    .    '!'
alder of  A il ft,     He   Is   -
e.'.i-t  jiel  e tli lii       ■ onic  i"
STI-AMHH TORPEDOED.
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Britaii's "Last WonT Ii Naval
Construction
Greal   Britain  now Is bul   i : battle cruisers   of   32   knot
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■   ill n Ave or six months from i  c
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"ll   outfit,     lie     o_       -   . ': ii lie   i
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before that I i        i   of sucn
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women   Into    ubil
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hearing   an   ap
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to ■ rs &   Black vs.   City   "r   Prln - |, W|3   win a It hi
day been called upon
for 8,000 for this material I
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concerned with the payment  for coal
supplied  to  the city and date.-:  back
j some lime.
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Telephone  138
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O. H. SELSON, Edltom
Offlce:    128   Tkird   Avenue   East,
near McBride Street. Ti
Postofflce Box _
ed a cents worth
3 from anyone employed by)
He  did  not   seek   to   be
He had given time to the
ervi .ould am  besmirch
altry   sum   In-
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Contains aboul
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Published every Friday for cii
in   . ....
ii   .."lit.    in    the
Canada; oi
all '
the   United  Sta
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Alive  ll-
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PAYMENTS MAY
BE IRREGULAR
Al I irol!   CALLS    ATTENTION   TO
SOME, ACCOUNTS THAT   HE
QUESTIONS.
SPLENDID   FOI!   PLUMBERS
The sale of Product No. 99 is strictly
confined to thi I i h class supply
Its ei il ol ' lanufacture is
i er foi ■-. affecl id by ltept. or
"price cutl   . "  Influence   thai
so often drivel manufacturers to the
use of inferior chemicals and pro-
' - -. Nor is thi dealer allowed to
redui i tl ail pi loo under penalty
of   having   his   supply   terminated,
A POWERFUL SOLVENT FOR
CLOGGED DP-DRAIN PIPES
"Pli" destroys  m-cu    ulntii  i-   if  lint]    paper,    cloths,    hair,   slime,
grease,   vegetable      oiip,  f.-uil and  li ■  j      li  :■■ .    ll  is lini-mle.    to
fines pluinhing.
'G* T* P. S. S.
Sailings for Vancouver
DON'T A 1
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to   tin
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so       lerall In
drains  thai  It 1 nd I
tried it, bul i no t      can know the actual bo        on ex-   0
■-.-'.' he maniifactui
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CHEMIC       PRODUCTS CO., NEW YORK |
FOR S ILE  BY
1
SION COST CITY
FOB
THE    RELIABLE    Pl     .UJEIi
!ING     I    .;    HEATING    PHONE    ISP
Mayor   Submitted    nt   Meeting
Night a  Detailed Statement.
Lasl
Mayor anil Aid. Morrissey Made Explanations With  Respect  to
Them.
A mild lieile sensation was sprung
at the Council meeting last night
when a report from \V. E. Hodges,
the auditor from Vancouver, was
submitted dealing with two classes of
payments made In 1911 which' he
said seemed out of order. These
covered payments to the Empire
Publishing Company for advertising,
and also a payment to Mr, Kelly,
who was. a partner of Aid. Morrii
foi supplies i" the i Ity. 1' • auditor
t-ii.li . atti ntii a to the facl that untie: . lie ai i no om evi a indirectly
assoi i. ted ivith any payment should
i i part in the proceedings of the
Council when such came up. The
mayor had signed the warrant booh
i,  i paynu nts   to   the
E      ire.
mayoi    .;- I    these   mat
ters leen brought to
tion i j  the auditoi.  He (thi    naj or i
.i li
i
he saw lii
explained* thai
.
72.75
17.00
19.00
182.30
At  the  Council   meeting last   night
details of tlie expenses of the mayor
on his eastern trip were given. They
were as follows: ,
Boat expenses—
Prince    Rupert     to
Victoria    $20.00
Victoria     to     Vancouver        might
fare)    	
Train expenses—
Vancouver to Mon
treal    	
Montreal    to    Van
couver    	
Berth   i going)   . ..
Berth   (ret'ning)
Room  rent—■
Victoria,   10   nights
at   $3.00       30.00
Vancouver,    3   u'ls
at  $3.50      io.no
Montreal,   19     n'ts
at   $-1.00       7G.0O
Toronto,   2    nights
-n   ( 1.00         8.00
Living ex  ' uses
January     31        to
M  ie   I-  Inclus-
1   '.   43    days   at
$8.50    	
Tt legraphic ex
.Manson,   Victoi ia   . '   1.25
Ru» - ne'ver       .1.00
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Coal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A COKF.-ETE LINE OF BlILDERS" SUPPLIES
Telephone 186
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First Avenus       Prince Rupert
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PHONE  101. P.O.  IHMWI'II!  1<_I_
339 SECOND AVE.
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SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, SASH, DOORS
Prince Rupert Lumber Co."
. HIST AVE. H    I) '..   DE PRINCE IUPEHT
Phone "r Bi   rich Ynrd al Smithers, B.C.
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S.S.  Prince George every   Friday at I) a.m.
S.S. Prince Jotin at 7 p.m. pn 9nn(lay,March      ll. 'Jt., etc.
For .Massett and Port Clements S.S. Prince John 10 p.m. Saturday,
March   8, '.-<>. etc.
For Skidegate, Locke-port, etc., s.s. Prlnco lohn 11 p.m. Sunday,
Marti   7, at, etc.
For Stoivnrl anil .Vacs River S.S. Prince John u a.m. Wednesday,
March    10, 24, etc.
For Anyox (Granby Buy) s.s, Print'.- George midnight every Wednesday.
G.T.P.   RAILWAY   SCHEDULE
Trains leave Prime Rupert i.i I' Inco George, Edmonton, Melville,
Winnipeg, etc., al   IO a.m.        - I'Sntu
necflng ivith  trains  for St. Paul. Chicago and all'points   eti   .
ins  arrive   .mm  tlie  cast  o, , .,,,' Snndaj    al 0.30 |i.m.
G.T.   RAH I . I I.
Tin-   Douhle-I nci;    Ron e
From Chicaj o to _ .-: i llton,   Buffo
Montreal,    etc.,
For reservations, tickets and lull inloriuntion regarding travel to
any part ol' the world apply to the G.T.P. Ticket Oilice, Third
Avenue:   Agenej   nil  Atlantic Steamship  Lines.
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PRINCESS MAQUINNA,
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. FRIDAY
PRINCESS MAY
SOUTHBOUND, 8 P.M. SUNDAY
fc    3. G,  Mi-NAli, General  Agent, comer Third   Ave.   and    Fourth    St.
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I        Southbound Tuesdays at 8 p.m.
I Sailings for Granby, Simpson and the Naas
Sundays at Midnight
c ,.,      For further particulars apply to
?    JOHN   BARNSLEV,  AGENT        :: 631 Second Ave., Phone 508-
3 Agency   Atlantic    Steamships.
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Aid.   Morr I   he   told    the
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wii!.. n    for   hin
Hi   had  n    ■ liclted  any  bltsine.
-   -     tin   - •      He 1 new of nq  tr n
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HEAD    OFFICE:   MONTBEAL ESTABLISHED   I860
Capital     :,;   11,5(10,000
Reserved   Fund S  12,1.00,000
Total   Assets     $185,000,000
Savings Bank  Departmenl—sI  u ill open an accounl
Branches   Throughout   Cnniitln and Banking Connections With .All
Parts of the United States. Agents Throughout  the  World.
H.  P.   WILSON,  Manager - - Rupert     Bran li
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Prince Rupert Transfer Co.
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Coal, Furniture Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Teamir
W. J. CRAWFORD,
PRONE 566
anager
Oflice and   Residence:
1000 THIRD AVE,
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rii n    < Uir prices are the low.
tsl in town. Yon will save money o-
ali iosI  "■ ■'" ■•   article. Give ns a  iria
i   lei   today. Phone  123. Prompl do
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The Morning Journal
50 cents per Month " - ' --
PRINCE    RTPBRT    JOURNAL
Tuesday,  March   23,  U'Jv.
NEWSPAPER VIEW
OF MR. DONALDSON
II"  v.   s perfectly /rank   and   com
eous  but   he   demanded   fai
ment,  and  _M^^^
lie   was  i    ir  mi tal  in   in   his   jucl
  treat-  dent  of  the
I        m
not remember   that I called him  to higher duties his   de-
WELL-KNOWN       WRITER       FOR
MONTREAL  MAIL   DESCRIBES
G.T.P.  VICE-PRESIDENT;
Interesting Sizing l'p of the General
Maimgei  of the   llnilway
Line.
The    Wanderer,    writing    In   the
w honi  - ever mi-d. any |
tricks, told   the  i null,   altho igli
you  11    -       i;  ,i   until   a Ions   time
•   en ,    ''nn ' lines,    how
' much he hadn't let you I; n  i .
In    our    moi uiiig      on      .   tion
: nietlnn I an hi
i  .     'onaldson     favorite
'friend,  Mr.   E. J. Chamberlin, ores!-;    jjuiiei-    |
_-______________■_■
Grand    rrunk'-system,Itresses, ii.
at .Match  I
parture from Ottawa was a matter 0Mtritc   the "oust
sincere regret, not only to tiie social
li s  in, which  he  niov< d,    but   to
the ne-M _..      .men of I hi   cil .,  n I  ■
-ii- :;    '     Ind -i" m . ' :is ii
". - i -, and   know  tin    -old  from    the
dross.
: Pillows]
Corporation   of tlie City
Rupert,. IS.''.
I BY-LAW    NO.  220—Co
iii 'ill UIC1TY   FOII
E\ ERY  I'l i-l'' SI.
M
________________]___________________________________^____^^^_^ One.)
sa a ol   ,i   G.. :','.  official  thai   Is  well'
i'ii   ■   -  i'i   •   '    -■;■ ,'   ■'    ..iv    Mr. I
Morlej      Donaldson
1 arlous classes <^H__
too r.iihi
an      eneral man      i  of  lhe   Grand in an:     r '
de who niisun
(,	
il h had
for
fence.    H
Pacific. Railway,       ith
',   -. ii   .    ml : I an office in
Mon rs ago when he
waa   . i-tVi'i'   idem    of  thi
di I : -n   of  the   Grand    Trunk   system,    le had an    111     th m in the old
ii.    -,i Trunk Station, the sin- of i' ■
pri sent  magnificent   structure.
1 ' seii to call on Mr. Donaldson
nearly every'morning and represent
the public and press while he represented   the   railway   companies   and
■
Kid. Kerr said ■ ■
: i  .--     Im sl
.    ' : h   .
Aid. thereupon
it I _d tho: tried
For  th [i    ■   :'  . led t
thesi is as "sneaking insiin
: : ions."
j     T.ie   'uv.nr   <k:i  _    B    B
I ofti  i I     il     f Mi     ' maldson as said lie had good reasons E ir ol';
a   model   railii isl   in hng  to  purchases  of the light   com-
so far as I was abh  to judge. ','.,  gol   mittee thc year before.
more "'-"   '■'  the pre:     .  r  his com-      The nmendmeu(  ,in.lIly eaTriecl „„
pany    by    patience,    courtesy     and tho castlng vote  ol- tilc  mayor_
  ....    ■             of  I is    Ions
. -, ind  -
- .   . ii      hin    ofti a i    ■■    a]
which  ri him of an exi
story  in -      Is & ufention.
tendi
E.   A.  v- ood
nd Ha, i
ruction  of  a
..      .  :   : a from    .
.    . be seen ai
Hall.
t or ail       ■
11     i c cep l
W.  11     '-.' iRGE .0.
|ltmarl6 City E
jiat. | Skeena   Land    District—Di '
-I   C
TAKE NO- ICB that 1
. ..       '■ Inc.   . ■    ert,   -i.e.,
Pros,."-'te:', Intends   ■ 'or
" ;  . ■
! ■  1
Coast of l
Island:  Con . osl piant-
Print elei
corner ol   Lol  2437, I
chains, I hi nci   we it K) chains
■■i'ii    80    chains,   theni      <_
.
■   ' .   " Inil "   less.
PETER
■
1 by I -
-1Skeena
'
flayed me for the wrongs of capital j frankness   than   any   other   man    1
In li'is country, lie was a most oblig-iever met.    lie never   imposed   upon
his newspaper friends, but  he seem
ing and kindly man, although his
manner was ai times severe. I never
met an official of any public service
corporation who-know how to handle
the press as well as Mr.   Donaldson.
March     I louse    Furnishing
Bared to sec in the press a force which j gains—Sale  Price on  Print    Linole-
might  as well  be an asset as a iia- nms, -15 cents, at George D. Tite's.
seniie   corpora-      Save  Dollars at   George  D.   Tito's
warm    personal | Furniture  Sale—everything reduced
bllity
tion.
ii   :i   public
When     his
r
or
.
^_^mmm__\
Delivered to your kite
door, like groceries
iKiwei
175,000,000 'Bottles Yearly
DISSOLUTION    NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICB thai lhe firm
P.ii.chi., Agnew & Co. has been 'ii
solved upon the 31st day of January
_'. D. 1.16, and that all accounts ow
to the firm will be collected by
.r. Fred Ritchie, for the be'iiefit of
tho partners, and that all accounts
owing by the firm will be paid by
tiie said J. Fred Ritchie, en accoun
of the firm'. Dated at. Prince Rupert
B.C., this 4th day of February, A. D
1915.
J.     FRED   RITCHIE.
A. E.  WRIGHT.
C.  T.  Heward   (witness to both   siR
natures). _5mar5
Notice is hereby given that on the
£rst day of April next application
jvill be made to the superintendent
of Provincial Police and lo 'the
Board of License Commissioner.- foi
the  City   of   Prince Rupert  for per
Ission   to  change   the  site  of   the
wholesale liquor, business now   car
lied on by the undersigned company
its   pi      ut   pri mises,    namely.
■ - 16 and 17, Block 11, Section 1.
situate on Second Avenue, City of
e Rupert, to premises situate
on Lots 15 and 16, Block .'!_, Sec-
tlon 1, on Fraser Street, in the Cil...
ei  Prince Rupert.
Dated this 27th  of February, A.D
1915:
Land
'.     - iii'lotte  Islands.
OTICE thai .   Piombo,
!:,;'..   oi ci
p or, in      ' for pi r-
oal
wl rl
•
lant-
and
"' ornei '
■ ■
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. Ins, 'ti
i ticement, cot
t let
. PETEE
Date located ■ tnber 4th,  1914,
I -'.j. •:•'.      insl    led   und    (Sen
Repairs
Oxy-Acetyleue   Plant
Phone Red  l"'i
in    Con
Third
,.   :....   '  :V'i.'
Contractor end Build ti
I itiiuutes given on .ill classes ol
work, whether small or large. Personal al ten tion given to every  item.
.
I "IU' "■        l"l ERS,   '..'
and Notary Publli
Oflice   in
E
DR. CILROY, DENTIST
Ci"-- ridge   Wink a
•* ■ laity
Oilice:  Sniiili   nine',,   Tliird   Avenue
i ' ■ ,':--i     of
 lotte islands.
;■ " ITICE ii t Petei Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, intends to apply for permission to prospect for coal and petroleum over the following described
lands on the West Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at a post plant-j
ed five miles east and one mile north'
of Ihe north-east corner of Lot 2435
.nee north SO chains, thence west
80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence east 80 cliains, to point of
commencement, containing 840 acres
more or less.
jaL'fl PETER   PIOMBO.
fate located, 4th December, 1914,
A, FAULDS, M.1. M.E.
Consultiig Mining Engineer
Examinations   and    development    ot
Coal, Metal, Oil. Etc.
71/9 Duusmuii  St.      Vancouver, B.C.
,AND ACT.
HAIRDRESSING
Massage,    Manicuring,   Scalp   Treatment,  Electric Treatments, Etc.
.Mrs.   N. L.  Bnudasyde, Prop.
211 Third St. PRINOE I.1.PKR1
Skeena    Land    District—District    0
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE  NOTICE  that  I,  D.    Hogg
of  Queen  Charlotte  City,  occupation
Farmer, intend  to apply for permis
lion  to  purchase  tlie  following   de
scribed lands: Commencing at a pos
planted     at     the     south-west      cor
tr  of  Gooden    Island   in    Bearskin
Bay, thenee easterly Ihence norther
ly,  thence  westerly,  thenee souther
y,   following shore line to point   of
ommencement, containing five acres
nore or lees.
DANIEL   HOOG.
Dated 6th February, 1915.        fl3
P.O. Boi 1714 Telephoae 44?
RITCHIE,   AGNEW!  &.   C«.
Givil Engineers and Surveyors
Priuce Rupwt,  B.C.
Waterworks, Water Poww, Whart
. onstruction, Reports, Pltwns, Domla-
on and Provincial Land Surveying,
t.Iectvic Blue Printiug, Negatives aud
White  Prints
l   aver  Wholesale   Liquor   Compan,
if   Prince  Rupert,  Ltd.
.mai'28 C,   A.  SWEET,     I
ii'H Land    l 'in' rid     i li itrici    of
TICE   i
B.C.,    oc
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Form   1 I.
Form of Notice.
eena    Land    Dlstrlcl   -Districl    ol
' '■     I   Rani "  ii.'
TAKE      NOTICE     that      Edward
i Proi        or,   - i
■-   apply   (or    permission    in
vim     i
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Pfl.ne Blue  183 Res.  Phone 39!
Ur-TO-DAI'E.
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G. T.  P.  CARTAUE  AGENTS
331    SECOND   AVENUE
JINGLE POT COAL
Is handled  by  us   All oi .'■       rect    I
prompt attei tlon   "hone I
Phone   !)_.
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Pacific Cartage Limited
General   Teaniinji
Furniture   !
:
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The Charlotte
Oil Field.. Limited
i U_t01.0-.AI_D,   Soc.-I
,.-'
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That was the demand for I. tulweiser last
year.
The Anheuser-Busch Plant co.
more   than   142  acre.—equal  to   70     I
I It       ,.    it   givea   steady  employment   to
<-.     0  people, and   to  1,500  ipore   l/t  its
branche..
Ever]
Ev
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9 a model
The hundi
could be made an. "
Anheuser-Busch, St. Louis
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Prince Rupert Journal
60c. p«r Month
The Largest Plant of Its Kind
in the World
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TBE FRIKCE RUPERT SASH
1 AND DOflR COMPANY LTD.
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PRINCE    RUPERT    JOURNAL
GRANITE
JRANITE of best quality and  thoroughly  tested  for sale
Cut  Stone  or  Crushed   Rock   in
Quantities
.UlI. 3. McLEOD      Phone Green 217
fc'.e.li  i'isli  Arriving  Every  Day
-itslde Oiders Promptly Attended To
I'lioxio in.i i.
PHONE 554
P.O. BOX 60
r'Oit
.4PERHANGING
AINTING
OLISHING AND
WALL TINTING
HIGH-GRADI
DECORAtTING
INTERIOR
SPECIALTY
Martin Swanson
BBCi '■ 'r -''' aR M :1
•OO00O0OOOO0O00O004
CANADIAN STEAM §
NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS 1
itcst and Approved Method
flOnly   Skilled    Oiierntors   Km-
ployed
3keeti i   Land  District  — District  of.
Queen  Ckai     ti   1 lands.
:   ':i:'i [OE  i  al    _ndrew   W,
i   an,  of  Prince  Rui ei t,   B.   C,
occupatb ' Inli nds to -■■; -
ply   [ni;  :  'riiiis! Ion   to   11 i ipecl    for
o.il and petroleum over the following 'li sci ii- 'i lands on the West
Cos ' 'r-" in .   lsl'ind:   Coinmenc-
ng ai n posi planted two miles nortli
. ..; i   ,  .   mil    eusl  of the   north-east
orni     of Lo      IIIB, thence north SO
chains, them    i   si i In:,       ace
south   "'i    chains,    tl SO
linin-   to   ["in:   of   commencement,
containing 61" sen s i     or h .-...
ANDREW    IV.   MacLEAN,
(18 Agent,  rotor Piombo
Date located 23rd December, 1914.
G<IVERNMffijSW WEATHER
REPORT.
Furnished   by   I-.   W.    Dowling.
for  24  hours ending 5  p.m.
March 22.   '"""^
Bar. reduced  to sea level. .. .30.433
lies i   temperature    52.0
Lowesl  temperature   40.0
HISTORIC  VESSEL  IS TO
COME TO Tills COAST
Skeena   Land    District—District    of
Queon Charlotte Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Peter Piombo,
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
Prospector, Intends to apply for permission rn pros] ect fo: coal aud pe-
troli am over lii" follow In    desi ribed
, ... ,.,, | .- Wi st Coast of Graham
Island: Commencing at a    oat plant-
.1 thn ■ miles north and one mile
easl of the north-east corner of Lot
2437, thence north 80 chains, thence
enst. 80 chains, tlience south So
chain., thenc w< - 80 ohains, to
poinl   '"   conn ienci  aent,   containin;
640 ac   ■ -    '"    '   ;' '  -
'HTH      I IO iIBO
.. -   •  .  : ,      1.1 . :   : rd,   ' ■' il
NOTICE.
The Canadian  Patriotic I'uiiil.
Will those who need assistance
from the above fund, resident ln the
city or dislrict and whose breadwinner is on active service with the
forces of tbe Empire or her Allies,
kindly notify the secretary of the
local organization,
tf W, E   COLLISON,
P.O. Box 735.
Skeena Land   District —  District  of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew W.
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, It. C.
occupation Carpenter, intends lo apply for permission io prospect for
coal and petroleum over the following described lands on west Coast
of Graham Island: Commencing at
a posl planted two miles nortli of
the north-east corner of Lot 24.1:.,
thence north 80 cliains, thence west
80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence east SO chains, to point of
United  States  government  and  soon j commencement containing 640 acres
will   be  sent   through    the    Panama Imore or less'
ANDREW
Steamer   Roosevelt    Which   Carried
I'eai-.v North Will Come to tlie
Pacilic.
The steamer Roosevelt, which carried Capt. R. \. Peary to the North
Pole,   has   been    purchased   by    the
Canal   to  do   duty  in   Alaska    as    a
and   "   deti    survey  vessel,  It
is  expt '■'■ '1   thai   the   Roosevelt    will
h. imanded   by   Captain   Rober
3a tlett, who became well known in
i      Land    D    i '    of victoria  as navigating officer of the
''""_._'_• I   Karl :■•   of    tlat in    oi
'   '       outiittt d    in    Vic-
the  Arctic  r g-
W.   MacLEAN.
flS Agent,  Peter Piombo
Date located,  23rd   December,  1914
Skeerl i  Land  District - - District o_
Queen Charlotte  Islands.
Phone ui nnd ive will call for a
trial  bundle
Note   our   address:
515   SIXTH   AVENUE   WEST
of  Prim     Ru B.C.,   oeoul»tten
". 'i ■       -        '    liw  I ar-  expedition
Ion to ir ci [ts  trip
-in over the following described,.
'   ."iis-limn,1""* In the tl     - of   c entitle tli
■  '  ■    acit       '  a  - "i'i riant- coverv,    Ca      In    Bartletl
ist    - north-east ,
.,,.,.,  of  Lot   2*435, tl   nee east  SO !   :-.ii._-i.ntl ol the Roosevell whei
In       thenci     south     SO    chains, I took   Peary   within    three   hundred
... .-',  In     tbance north
80  chains,   to  point    of   commence-jniiles ot the Nol'tu Po]e-
Jment    containing 640 acres mora ori     The   R50sevelt|    which   originajly
fi ilesa.
jjj|ja2- PETER  PIOMBO.      eost the Pea1'}' Arctic Club $1..0,000,
Date located, December  Ith, 1914.|uas purchased  by ihe  United  States
gov
Phone No. 8
Canadian Steam Laundry
ooovt, mr      J40__^S^a^_^5<H_*-cK___^_■li^
Vao4444444a444444444O04444
Capt. J. McGee
M.M.S.A.
Masters ami Mates prepared
for examination. Compass art-
ju iter.
Phone Red 502
"NAUTICAL   ACADEMY"
TAKE  NOTICE  that   Andrew   W
Mai '   an, of Prince Rupert, B.C., oc
-■" ation C ter   Intends lo apply
or  permission  to  prospeel   tor   eon
nd petroleum over the following de
cribed lands on  the  West  Coast of
Graham  Island:    Commencing  at   a
ilso    had ipost planted  two miles north of tlie
north-east corner of Lot 2433, thence
north   80   chains,    thence   east   SO
chains,    thence     south     SO    cliains,
thence  west   SO   chains  to    point   of
commencement, containing 640 acres
more  »r  less.
ANDREW   W.   MacLEAN.
I'lS Agent,  Peler Piombo
Date located,  23rd December, 1914.
Skeena   Laud    District-District    of j S oi-eriiment for   less   than   $40,000.
Queen Charlotte Islands. Atter  Pear5'  returned   from   his  vic-
TAKE NOTICE that Teter Pioml.o, tortous trlP t0 the tol> of the world
of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation the vessel was sold lo Arbuckle it-
Pro.peotor, inroads to apply for per-i     •
mission to prospeel for oal and pe-!C"" of New York- sl>e was lilted up
troleum ovor the following describe* i wiih big pumps and other necessary
lands on  the West Coast of Graham!       . ,
Island:  Commencing al a post plant- eWpmenl and utilized in the wrecked  Ive  miles east  of tlie aerth-eaai ing business,  sin   also  was   clianged
corner ol' Lot  _-t. ii, tlience north  8»',     ,       ., ,
chains, thence east 80 chains, thoaoej1" an °il-bu™er.
south   SO    ohains,    thence    west    SO j     sheathed    ivitl    Australian    iron.
Ins,   to   'mini   of   coiNinoncement,
containing 640 acres more »r leas.    i":lrli  "("'ii  '  built  like   a   battle-
Skeena  Land  District   —   District   of
Queen  Charlotte  Islands.
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew W.
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, B. C,
occupation Carpenter, intends to apply for permission to prospect for
coal and petroleum over the follow-
i»g described lands on the West
C»ast ol (.raha Inidlsna
Coast of Graham Island: Commencing a.t a post, planted one mile nortli
an_ two miles east ef the north-east
j„_:i PBTBTR   PIOMBO.
Dati      icati d, December 4th, 1S14.
i
Hclgerson  Dlock, opposite
Rojni  Hole!
trip
rctic  ..a  ::  chance  of  dis-j,
covering the bodies oi the i Ictiros ■ I
.... . :,.-:    Land     Distrii I -  Districl     »t
. in    p   C   _  lotte  Islands.
TAKE '■ '     [CE,tha1      iter Piomlio,
lof  Pi    R     ■":,    B.C.,   occup ii-.- i
„   :    ispec or, Intends to apply for per-
rktf-Oi-H. a.. ,H<_H>i>i_o mbKhkhW _ n   ., pros I foi coal and    < lition.
— tr o ■- lom '    rlhed j
Ooa-ao00 :.-.-0000000000 ■ ' Coasl ot Graham      "   IS thought.that   eighi   of   ihe
iiolng at a l ost plant- men  who  t en res   led    Herald
id east  of  I he nortli- iast     ,
24   .. '■ ' n< ,-ih SO island,  but, as  the Island   was   co: i-
g chains      I      io      ivesl     so     ohaias, pletely surroundi     with
ns, thence     i t
.   , i,..i i     ,.,._	
corner of Lol. 2433. thence nortli SO
adequately Ichains, thonce west 80 chains, thence
Wh    80    chains,    tlience    east    80^,     mw     , h
chaias  to   point  of   commencement,ft,,.,,f„^   _„,,.,   „„* „ „,.,.
Alaska, and ii Is nol i.    robal It thai 'containing 640 acres more or less.
next  summer she will   make   « iw..l ANDREW w. MacLEAN.
Bhi] .    the   Roosevelt
equipped  for si rvice  in  any  | art of
fl8
.'■ gent,  Peter  Piombo
23rd  December,  1914
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
For Rent
uf    commence-
'inner,   it    was    I in osl ti
ICEASONAIJLE    RATES
THE
Continental Trust
Company
3_h.d.__. i-o'_-»<.-.-   • cwbkk;
80  chains,   to   point
10 acres more or!make a landing  there.   _s these men
■ ,.,-ri.;:'   piombo,      '"   " '      '      ''    :;' : ;J'',|,;':;! months
■'i. December 4th, 1914   there Is little likelihood dial any of
I
■ ■ nd    District     Districl    or
i   .01.     li       th
each   .   iii raid  Island.
Skeena  Land   Dislrict  — District  of
Queen Charlotte Islands.
-
The Horning Journal
50c. per month
TAKE .ii   Pot' '   '   .
ert,   B.C.,   occupation
Pn ■;
■''.:-,- ■      - .!
I      ,'ini    lea rlbed ' '■
■     ' "     ''.'I- I   ll'i.
,  , ,. ,i.   lieu .eimm,    i''"r_r     Vancouver      i"
I . ob( |ila__t-j
r -i:'      lortl  ol the north-east|IT76-70.   Some additional  d   rl
'."   24 "'.    : -:n •.' north 80  ,,,,,,     , ,,        ,
, ,,,    ,   .        , " en   marti   on the   charts    '--.
as, iiiunce-
li   elm '-    west    so other na' Igators sii        hat I [me, but
TAKE NOTICE that Andrew W
MaeLean, of Prince Rupert, B. C.
occupation Carpenter, intends to ap
ply for permission to prospeel for
coal and petroleum over the I'ollow-
icrlbed lands on the West
Const of Graham Island: Commencing at ,: | ■ - lanted one mile norl ti
-in! two miles easl of the north-easl
corner of Lot 24.':.">, thonce north 80
ohains, thenee easl SO chains, thonce
south 80 ckains, thence west SO
....      , chains,  to  point   of  commencement
lhe charts that are used  In  mjny containing 640 acres more or I
ol   the  Rehiring  Sea  are  tin ANDREW  W.  MacLEAN.
tvere Ca    .'i'i    fames "-8 ent,  Peter  Piombo
Igator, and his|Date looatea' 23rd December, 1914.
lieutenant,    George    Vancouvei
NAVIGABLE    WATERS     PROTECTION ACT.
R. S. C. Chapter 115.
The Imperial Oil Company hereby
give notice that it lias under Section 7 of the above Act, deposited
with the Minister of Public Works at
Ottawa, and In the offlce of the District Registrar of tlie Prince Rupert
Land Registration District at Priuce
Itupert, B.C., a description of the
site and the plans of the wharf and
approach proposed to be built in
Prince Rupert Harbor, British Columbia, in front of Waterfront
Block "C}", according to registered
plan of the Townslte of t-he said
City of Prince Rupert deposited in
the aforesaid Land Registry Offlce
as No. 923.
AND TAKE NOTICE that after
the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication of
,tliis notice, the said Imperial Oil
Company will under Section 7 of the
said Act apply lo the Minister of
Public Works al his office in the City
Of Otlawa for approval of lho said
site and plans and for leave to construct the said  wharf and  appronch.
DA'l'ED at Prime Rupert, P.C.,
this 2nd day of February, A. D.
1IH... 4-w-f4
THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY.
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B_.NOP_.IS      OF      COAL      MINING
REGULATIONS,
NOTICE Is hereby given that ; on
the 23rd day of .March next applica
tion will be made io the Superti.
tendent of Provincial Police and to
the Board of License Commissioners for the City of Prince Rupert for
permission io remove the license tor
the sale of liquor by wholesale from
the premises known ns Lots 15 and
16, Block 32, Section 1, situate SU
Fra_er Street In the City of Prince
Unpen, to the lands described as
Lots 19 and 20, Block 23, Section 1,
ou Third Avenue in the said City of
Prince Rupert,
DATED  this  20th   day  of   Eebru
ary,  1916.
PRINCE   RUPERT IMPORTING CO.
LIMITED;
W. 11, Marshall, Manager
l'21mar22 Applicant.
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.
...
NOTICE   OP   CANCELLATION    OF
RESERVE.
NOTICE  p:  HEREBY GIVEN that
Coal mining rights or the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
Northwest Territories and a portion
of the Province of British Columbia,
may lie leased for a term of tweri-
ty-oue years at an annual rental of
$1 per acre. Not more than _,_Hi.
acres will be leased to one a] plicant.
Applications for a lease must be
made by the applicant in person to
the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights applied for
are situate.-.
In surveyed territory the land
must be described by sections, or
legal subdivisions of sections, and
in unsttrveyed 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 royalty shall be paid on the
merchantable output of tlie mine at
the rate of live cents per ton.
The person operating the mine
shall furnish the Agent with sworn
returns accounting for the full
quantity of merchantable coal mined
and pay the royalty thereon. If the
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RUPERT MARINE IRONWORKS AND
SUPPLY CO., LIMITED
tt'ATI XT,   PRINCE    IIWH
ENGINEERS,   MACHINISTS   Mill    MAOIIIM-.RV     ( (rfNTLAl Till. -
lists in  Mai Ine Power H    Is, (III,    •
It. ('. Omul  AgenlN  im   Hit   ll-|tlsli   Kronilioul   Soml-DloM  Oil    I'.ii-
''"--:! "•' reliable mil    ivcouonifcnl,    nnd     Hie     rbcnposi
power for ii.lijn_, boats, lu;- and pn.songi
Sinn.I.ml (la . Engine Company's [Engines .mil Pai*. iu slock.
nol   in;,'i.' "'      ically  no  work ha_
bei n don - .  the Unlti d States coasl
'"i        ' ■   servii.-   north   of   the
'-' ' landi.    Therefore,   II    I.
lie i'i-.-iliii  of possibility  thai
•It   «ill
■  in  the  I'.n
■  '   to
'-.'iil-lh.
Daily Journal
50c per month
' '.     (il ■ lis,
I ai pt-li. .im
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Curtains,    |>
-""'    [tl'    I Till.
ills.
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REULMENTAL ORDERS.
08th Reitlincill  Eni-1 Orcy's Own   -
allies. *
ORDERS by Major .1.  II.  McMullin, I".
I           i"   C         -,     will
■
Royal  Naval  QoUtgi
Of   O-tllHi---.
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-.
,
The next ominlaanes for kbe entry of Naval Cade*, will be held at
the eKainination oerrtrcs of the Civil
Service  Commission   in   May,   1915
ml i::it!<liil'_t. .. Joining the col
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crated, such   returns should  be  fur
nlshed at least  once a year.
The lease will Include the coal
mining rights only: bul the lessee
may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be
considered necessary for the working of the mine hi the rate of $10
per acre.
For full    information    application
should be made to the S   xetarj    o(
the Department of the Interior,   Ol
lava,   or   to   an.\     Agent     or     Sub-
Agenl of Dominion  Lands.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior
■j.<x,»&: --■'. - •"._:.
ALCHIII-.i "
Second  Ave. Near  McBrlde St
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members  of  tbe  Prime   Rupe. i
Licensed Vintners' Association
WINDSOR    HOTEL
Cor. ol' Fir*t Ave. and  Higlith SI
IV. II. Wrigfit,   Prop.
HOTEL  CENTRAL
Firs! Ave. and Seventh Mt.
Euiopeun   and   Aincrli nn   P/uni
M.OO ii  $2.50 Per lnt.v
Peter  Black.  Prop.
ami
KNOX  HOTEL
I'irsi    Ave.    Between    Eighth
Muth
Enropean  Flam   Raits tsOo (<> $i.iio
Per lluy
il-y.iitr   _t   Besner,   IVops.
EMPRESS  HOTEL
I. Y. Rochester V.  I). C'aslry
Third  Ave.  Between -ilvil: and
Seveirlli  Si.-..
Euiopcau  Finn;  50c  to   SI   Per  Dr.-
,       ROYAL  HQTEL
u'orloy >v
Third   li.-.       '        th  SI.
l-hii'opctiit   Plan
'    ,        .
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PERT  IMPOH1 I '
LI1I1
Fraser and Sixlli Sts
Phone   7
the Reserve existing on Detention
Island by reason of a Notice pun! lied in the British Columbia Gazette ou
the 30th of May, 1912, is hereby - atj
celled.
R.  A.  RENWICK,
Deputy  .Minister if Lands
Departmenl  of Lands,
Victoria. B.C.,
October  19th,  1914.
o.
4 O<KI*CI__H_-_H_-O>KJ0-a-O-_H_-_K_»D 04OO
GUARANTEED j.
American Silk
HOSIERY
WE   WANT   YOU   TO ''KNOW
THESE  HOSE
They stood the test when all
others  failed.  They   give   real
foot   comfort.   They   nave   no B$'
seams to  rip. They never   be- g
come  loose and  baggy   as   tho S
shape is knit In, not pressed ln. g
They    are  GUARANTEED    for J.
flnene-S, for Styl., for superior- JI,
ity of material   and   workman- 4
ship, absolutely staini . s.aiid to S
wear six month!  without holes a
or replaced  by new pairs free. S
Our Free Offer «
To every one sending us iiOc 5
In cover shipping charges,   we K
will semi, subject to duty, ah- S
ly   Dee: g
i tiree  pairs of   our   famous P
men's    A M E R I C A fl    SILK X
HOSE  with  written   guarantee, n
any  color, or 4
Three  pairs of   our   Ladies' 5
Hose,   in   "lack,  Tan  or   White 0
colors,  with  written  guarantee, fl
DON'i'     DELAY—Offer    ex- 2
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callty Is sell ted (live color §
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o 21  Bittner Street
2   Dayton, Ohio - I'.S.A.
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THE MOST COMFORTABLE
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Aii.-ui-i-. all call., day niul nighl
I     Phone 99
a
o   Stand:    Hotel    Prince    Ruperl
6O04OC  ■ .;.'ft0OCO0O0O4
New Wellington
Coal
Hie Envorilo Household Coal
Cleanest, Brightest and Rest
Rogers Be Albert
Second Avenue
Phone 116

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