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VOL.  V
PRINCE RUPERT, It. ('., WEDNESDAY, SEPTMEBER 8, 1915.
Price  5   Cents.
No. 253.
GERMAi
BRITISH SQUADRON BOMBARDING BELGIAN COAST
Hostile Airships Have
Dropped Bombs Again
Upon English Towns
PIPERS WANTED
FOR REGIMENT
THOSE  QUALIFIED  SHOULD  GET
IN TOUCH WITH
OFFICERS
The   <l~th   ISnttnllott    Will   Provide
Themselves With A Pipe
Bund.
The G7th Battalion which is being
organized ln Victoria wants to have
a pipe band.    Writing to the Journal
London, Sept. 7.—Hostile ail'-craft
revisited the eastern. counties on
Tuesday night and dropped bombs. U
is known there have been some fires
and some casualties. The particulars
are not yet available.
The number of casualties will be
communicated to the press as soon as
as they are obtained.
from Victoria, Lieut. Perks sends the
following:
Dear Sir: —
The Pipe Band Committee, of tbe
07th     Battalion     (Western     Scots),
would   be   very  glad   if   you   would
(Continued      on. Page Two.)
British Fleet Is
Now Bombarding Coast
Defences of Germans
Dunkirk, Sept. 7.—The British
squadron has bombarded all positions
held by the enemy along the Belgian
coist as far as Ostend.
Paris, Sept.  7.—An official report
says:—"Our artillery in the region
Of Nieuport has co-operated on the
bombardment of German coast batteries at the west end by the British
fleet. A violent cannonade occurred
to the nortli of South Arras. At several peints our batteries inflicted
grave damage to the enemy's organizations in the sector of Toye."
WELL KNOWN
RESIDENT DIED
Steamer Delhi Here
To Be Repaired At the
G. T.P. Floating Drydock
The steamer Delhi reached port on
Monday evening in tow of the power,
ful tug Sea Lion. She Is almost submerged as she lies on her beam ends,
and will require a lot of work to
rlghl her before she is docked. The
work of getting her in shape will
start today.
On the way down from Ketchikan
the housework on her was washed
away. Drawing about thirty-five feet
of water, she proved awakard to
handle, arried by the tide she was
put on the gravel reef near Metla-
katla for a time.
,T. F. Dnthie, who is to have charge
of the repairing is here, and with
Capt. Tinn, of the Delhi, E. W. Griffin and .1. J. Price, the work of getting the steamer docked will proceed.
J. H. Pillsbury will have charge of
the local end of the work.
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SITKA BROUGHT
A GOOD CATCH
FISHING    VESSELS    FROM    TIIE
BANKS HAVE SATISFACTORY
CATCHES
Sale Of Cooking.
There will be a sale of Home-
Made Cooking for the Red Cross Society on Friday afternoon, at, the
stora of Mrs. Frizzell, Third Avenue
and Fifth Street. The sale will be
under the charge of Mrs.. Henning
bnd Mrs. Morrow. All ladies are requested to bring Home-Made Cooking.
ROBERT ALLISON PASSED AWAY
AT ADVANCED AGE
OF 70
Body   Will   He   Taken   To   Victoria
Where Intennent Will
Take Place.
There passed away yesterday
afternoon Robert Allison, who has
been a resident of the city for a considerable  time.     His death  occurred
EIGHT MORE OFF
TO JOIN COLORS
ADDITIONAL    VOLUNTEERS    FOR
SERVICE LEFT YESTERDAY
MORNING
French Active With
Artillery And Air
Craft Against Enemy
Paris, Set. 7.—An official report
says:—ln Champagne, around Tuber-
cue, the artillery action has continued with the same intensity as the preceding days.
"In Argonne between La Hoytte
and Lafontaine aux Cliarines, on the
Woevre, to the north of Flierey and
in Lorraine in the region of Beandes
and Leintry several artillery actions
in which we held the advantage are
reported. The bombardment of a
section of Raonletape has been followed on our part, by our answering
fire on the German cantonments.
"Behind the front in the Valley of
Rabonotu during the night of September 6-7, one of our dirigibles
dropped shells on the railroad around
Peronne.
"In reply to the bombardment of
tho open towns of St. Die and Ger-
ardmo by German aeroplanes, a
French air squadron dropped bombs
at the station military establishments
at Freiburg. Fire broke out in the
town. All the machines returned
safely. Our aeroplanes likewise bombarded station of Saarburg, Point
Favcrger, Wernerville, Tergnier,
Lens
at  the  residence   of  his  son,   A.   H.J
Allison,  on   Fourth   Avenue.
No Lack Of  Interest  Shown  In This
District In The
War.
Yesterday morning eight additional men left for the south to join the
colors for service overseas. The men
who so far left were Daniel O'Leary,
Thos. XV. Collins, John Roberts, Wil-
i Ham  Hutchison,  John  William   Dut-
GOLD DISCOVERY MADE
AT SKIDEGATE INLET
MAYBE VERY RICH
The deceased had reached the ad
vanced age of 76 years. He was born i
in Essex ounty, Onl., on December j
23,  1839.    Before coming to Prince
ton, John Gilmour. Robert C. Kellin
and Alphonse Levegne.
These will be attached to different
regiments now preparing for service.
There are a  number  more  who  are
Rupert   to   live,   he   resided   on   the
prairies.     In   spite  of  his  advanced j anXi0US to leave  for  the  front'  a""
years he was up to a very short time   Wh°  Wil*  be taken  on  if  "assed  '»'
before his death in excellent health,  *'"" "U:'lir:" "f'i""'
and took a keen interest in all public and business affairs.
He  was  a  prominent  Odd   Fellow
and was also a member of the Orange
'Continued   on   Paee  Two. 1
WELL OBSERVED
What  promises to  be  a ricli  gold,	
discovery has  been   -r.de at  Bl.ide- I A-RAD   F__IY   W__*_
gate on the Queen Charlotte Islands. '
The discovery was made by a well
known mining man, Mr. McLennan.
The gold lead, which was located
close to the Indian reserve, runs into
the reserve, so that the Indians may
reap a rich reward.    The values are
estimated at from $20(1 to $2,000 a
ton.
The   values   will   be   investigated.
TENDERS FOR TAX NOTICES.
Tenders   for   tlie   printing  of  tax! The Indians and otlier residents are
•notices for the city were opened at  very much excited over the new dis-
(Continued on Page Two.) t-overy.
MXCELLENT   SPORTS    HELD
CONNECTION  WITH  THE
CELEBILATION
IV
Various
Events    Keenly
For By Local
Athletes.
Cunt,-sled
Quite A Quantity of Halibut Reached Port Again Yes-
tordny.
Lionel Crippen's Final Message
To Major McMullin Breathed
Spirit of Bravery and Resignation
"1 DID THE REST THAT 1 COULD;" SUCH  IS THE LAST MESSAGE FROM LIONEL OBIPPEN, OF THIS CITY, TO MAJOR McMULLIN,
OF PRINCE RUPERT.      PRIVATE  CRIPPBN, WHO DIED ON THE RATTLE FIELD AT YPRES, MADE A REQUEST  OF  A   COMRADE  JUST
BEFORE HE DIED, THAT THIS MESSAGE .SHOULD RE CONVEYED TO   MA.lOIt   McMULLIN.       THF   REQUEST     WAS    COMPLIED    WITH,
THE MESSAGE BEING TRANSMITTED TO <'. G. EMMERSON, WHO IN TURN CONVEYED IT TO ARTHUR NOBLE, WHO ARRIVED HOME
A PEW DAYS AGO.      MR. NOBLE HAS DELIVERED THF MESSAGE TO MAJOR McMULLIN.
YESTERDAY'S BASEBALL
The fishing fleet Is bringing better
catches into porl again. Yesterday,
ln addition to several small vessels
which arrived, there were five American boats that brought  fair cargoes.
The Sitka, Capt. .Tohannsen, was
as usual, the top nolc-her. She had
70,000 pounds on board. The Vansee
brought 28,000; the The.kla. 10,000;
the Lincoln, 9,000 and the Stranger
8,000 pounds.
SPRUCE   LOGS   WANTED.
Northwestern Leagne
Tacoma, 21;  Spokane, 4.
Vancouver-Seattle no game on account of rain.
National League
Philadelphia, 1;   Brooklyn, 7.
Boston,  7;   New  York,   2.
Cincinnati,  6;  Pittsburg, 8,
Chicago, 3;  St. Louis, 1.
DEBENTURES MAY
NOW BE SOLD AT 90
Till: TENDERS PUT ON HY LOCAL
DEALERS WEI IF NOT
OPENED
.Mil.    Maitland    Is   Afraid    Tin-   Old
Price .May Not Now Hold j
Go.d, ,
Amei-ican League
Detroit, 8; Chicago, 10.
Washington,     5-7;     Philadelphia,
6-4
Wanted 'arge quantity Spruce logs,
of good size, and scaling at least 30 i
per cent. No. 1. Write particulars:
as to price, quality and earliest de-:
livery lo C. P. Coles & Co., Vancouver, tf.
New York, 8; Boston, 3.
St. Louis, 4; Cleveland, 1.
Const Leagae
San Francisco, 4; Los Angeles, 2.
No other games were scheduled.
The city debentures for replanking
ivalks nml  for building the road to
I the Cold Storage will be sold at 90
! if the Toledo firm is ready to accept.
this decision was reached last  nighl
at the meeting of the council.
It wns announced Ihat no message
had been received trom the Toronto
firm that took an option, nnd whose
time was now up, A discussion followed as to whether the tenders pul
in by local dealers should be opened,
Aid. Dybhavn fell that it would be
Impracticable to do other than sell
the debentures and carry out the
work, lie illil not believe they would
be able lo sell part of the Issue If another part wns being sold by those
who.did  the work.
The  Mayor said  he never  favored
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FUNERAL NOTICE.
All odd Fellows are request"
ed to meet in Lodge Room tonight nl "::"t>, lo attend the late
Ptio. Robert Allison's funeral
service.
6 s. v. cox,
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Hilling for the bids. Having called
j for them, however, he thought they
should be opened. If there was any
scheme that would work with the
council's   proposition   it   mlghl   be
dune.
Aid, Casey said be seconded the
motion calling for the bids with the
best of Intentions,   Aid. Montgomery
reresented  thai   there  wen-  cltlz i
who could pul forward a proposition
thai "ould be to the advantage of the
city. He was Battened now. from
What Aid. Dybhavn said, that the
proposition of \ld. Montgomery was
not feasible.
I Continued on  Page Two.)
On Monday the Labor Day sports
were keenly contested. The judges
were Mayor Newton', Rev. Canon Hlx,
Chief Vickers. Geo. W. Kerr, V. Cole,
Mr. Harris and J. R. Beatty.
The day was a model one for the
events. Deep Interest centred In the
baseball game between the Merchants
and the I'nion men. The latter won
by a score of 16 to 12. In the five-aside footbalf competition, the Regiment defeated the Callies "A" team
1n the final.    The Metlakallti Indian
j Band    was    present    and    rendered
I music.
The sports were won as follows:
One mile open race—Nicholson,
lst;   Hazel,  L'nd.
Btandlng broad Jump Rudder-
ham, 1st;  Doyle, L'nd.
Standing broad jump i closed) —
Hamilton,   1st!   Anderson,  2nd
Running broad jump i open i J. P,
Roche, Isl; J   Klnghorn, 2nd,
Running broad Jump (closed)—C.
Anderson, 1st; Murphy, 2nd.
Putting sbol i open I Doyle, 1st;
Rudderham,  2nd.
Putting shot i closed I Rudder-
ham, lst; ll. Ulsteln, 2nd.
(Continued on Page Four)
Bay View Hotel
R e ii ii t i t     ami    refurnished
throughout, will bo
FOR RENT.
Large nicely furnished  room with
balcony  attached, over-looking bar-*
bor.    All modern conveniences-   876
Borden Street    Phone mack 203. if.  ru .oooaoi-ooooooooooooooofra
OPENED  OX   SUNDAY,   si-:p.
TEMRER B,
l-'ii *.(-c I,,*.*, dining-room.
I'li-sl Avenue and Second Street
Phono iiiik- H'-'o Wednesday, September S, 1915.
PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL
l-mnce Kupctf journal
Telephone  138.
O. H. NELSON, Editor.
Offlce: 128 Third Avenue East,
■ear McBride Stre*.. Telephone 138;
Postofflce Box 607.
DAILY  EDITION.
Published   every   morning   except
Monday, Delivered  by carrier in the
city at the following rate, if paid in
advance: —
One Year      So-""
Six  Months       . 2-B0.
Three Months      $1.25
If   not   paid   in   advnco,
per   Month       $0.50
WEEKLY EDITION.
Published every Friday for circulation outside the City of Prince
Rupert at $2.00 a year, addressed to
points in Canada; or $3.00 a year to
all poiuts In the United Kingdom
the United -dates or other foreign
countries.
Advertising  Rates  Upon  Application
Telephone  1118.
Wednesday, September 8,  19IE
ORIPPEN'S LAST MESSAGE.
Tiie message conveyed from Lionel
Crippen to Major McMullin, comes
with a good deal of pathos. According to the accounts received of his
death, he was acting as a bomb
thrower, preceeding the infantry
charge upon the. German trenches.
Crippen would face such a task with
undaunted courage. Fear was not
in his make up. He was devoted to
his friends and to his country, and
met his death thinking only of his
duty to his country and not of himself. The message he sent home, "I
did the best I could," is one which
Is descriptive of the action of many
and many a son of tbe Empire who
has given up his life for his country.
It is equally true of those who have
escaped  being  wounded.
WELL   KNOWN.
'Continued   from  rage  One.)
Order. He was a member of the
Methodist Church. Mrs. Allison died
two years ago.
The body will be sent to Victoria
for interment, leaving on Thursday's
steamer. The services will be held
at the B. C. Undertaking parlors on
Wednesday evening at. 8 o'clock.
Pacific Cartage Limited ™E ™*       *■<-. box so
General   Tenii.-m-
Furniture   Moving  a  Specialty.
When you  buy COAL buy the BES.
— Ladysmith   Lump   or   Comox
Washed  Nut.
HOTEL DIRECTORY
Members of the Prince Rnpert
Licensed \ Intners' Association
WINDSOR  HOTEL
Cor.   of Firs.'.   Ave. and   Eighth
W.  11. WRIGHT,  Prop.
HOTEL CENTRAL
First Ave, and Seventli St.
European  ani   American  Plans
$1.00 to .f.2.50 Per Day
Peter Rlack. Prop.
KNOX HOTEL
First    Ave.    Uetwi-en    Kightb    and
Ninth
European  Plan;  Hates oOc to $1.00
Por Day
Resner & Desner, I-.op_
EMPRESS HOTI',1.
J. Y. Rocb.ster V. D. Casley
Third A.e. Between Sixth and
Seventh Sts.
European  Plan;  50c to $1 Per Day
ROYAL HOTEL
lOi-tcy & Burgess, Props.
Third Ave. and Sixth St.
European Plan Steam Heated
BEAVER     WHOLESALE     LIQUOR
CO., LIMITED
Second Ave. and Sixtli St.
Plione 102
•RINCE RUPERT IMPORTING CO.
LIMITED
Empress Hotel Building—Third Ave
Phone 7
FREDERICK  PETEHS.  K.C.
PIPERS WANTED.
(Continued  trom  f»ge One.)
plea6e make known the fact that a
Pipe Rand is being organized hy th.
battalion, and that applications as
pipers should be sent to the Band
Committee at headquarters, where all
particulars  may  he  obtained.
Transportation   will   be   furnished
those selected.
Yours very truly,
.1. V. PERKS, Lieut.
Sect. Rand Committee.
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TENDERS FOR TAX     OTICES.
t'oiitlnued  rrom   rage   One.)
the council meeling lasl evening.
They were as follows: McRae fires.,
$82; Itau!< Press. $98.76; A. O.
Franks. $80.60; and News Job, $70.
It was decided to award the ion-
tract   to  the  lowest   lender.
The Prince Itupert  Daily Journal
60 cents per month,
Barrister, Solicitor and Notary Publi
Offlce ln
EXCHANGE BLOCK
DEBENTURES MAY.
(Continued  trom  ! age   One.)
It was decided not to open the
tenders for doing the work, by taking
debentures In pay for the work.
The Finance Committee recommended to do the work on the streets
1n replanking hy day labor. The otlier
work could be done by contract.
Aid. Maitland contended the report
from the Finance Committee was out
of order. It was up to the Board of
Works t0 make a report on how the
Vork was to be done. They had not
sold the debentures yet. They had
been "monkeying' about for weeks
since the offer was made by Terry,
Brlggs & Sladen. He doubled very
much if that firm would take them
now. He favored laying this report
on the table until they sold the de-
bentures.  .
The Mayor said the council itself
was to blame for any delay.
The motion of Aid Maitland to
lay the report of the Finance Committee on the table until the debentures were sold  curried.
FOR
APERHANGING
AINTING
OLISH-NG AND
WALL TINTING
HIGH-GRADE    INTERIOR
OECpRAtTLMG    A    SPECIALTY
Martin Swanson
H.COND AVE
""EAR McBRIDE
A. E. WRIGHT
Provincial  and Dominion  Land Surveyor—Surveying   and   Engineering.
Sotween Second and Third  .Avenues
P. O. Box 10.
DR. J. S. BROWN, DENTIST
Crown and Bridge Work a
Specialty
Offlce:  Smith   Rlock,   Third   Avenue
Phone 454.
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I Capt. J. McGee
£ M.M.S.A.
J Masters and Mates prepared
g for examination. Compass Hi-
fi juster.
8 Phone Red 502
5 "NAUTICAL   ACADEMY"
S       Helgerson Block, opposite
fi Royal  Hotel
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B. C. Undertakers
Funeral Directors nnd Em*
banners — Satisfaction Guaranteed — Open Day and Night
117 S'.-cond Street Plione 41
Bruce Morton    -    -    Manager
HAYNER BROS
Pioneer Funeral  Directors and
Enibalmei-s.     Open    Day    and
Night.     Ladies'    Assistant    in
Attendance.
PHONE 86.    710 THIRD AVE.
W9S_
SYNOK.IS      03.       COAL      MINING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights of tl-. Dominion in Manitoba. Saskatchewan and
Alberta, the Yii'/on Territory, the
Northwest Territories and a portion
of the Proviuce of British Columbia,
may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of
$1 per acre. Not more than 2,560
acres will be leased to one applicant.
Applications "_r a lease must he
made by the applicant in person to
the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights ..pplled for
are situated.
In surveyed territory the land
must Le described by sections, or
legal subdivisions of sections, and
in unsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall lie staked out by the
applicant himself.
Each application must be accjni-
panied by a fee of *.o, which will be
refunded If the r.ghtc applied for are
not available, hut not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the
rate of five 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
coal mining rights re not being operate*, such returns should be furnished at least once a year.
The lease will Include the coal
mining rights only; but the lessee
may be permittel to purchase whatever available surface rights may be
considered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of $10
per acre.
For full .nformation application
should be made to t_.a Secretary of
the Department of tbe Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent
of Dominion Lands.
XV. W.  CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior
Summer Excursions
To The East
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DR. INMAN
Eye Specialist
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INSURANCE
AS    WEL1
OTHER
Engines   Installed   and   General
Repairs
Oxy-.Acctylene   Plant   in   Connection
Plione Red 156 Third Avenue
AS    IN*
LINES
Insure with me in non-Board
companies. They are not weak
or Irresponsible concerns—I
represent nothing but the most
reliable and well established
companies.
J. LORNE MncLAREN.
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FROM PRINCE RUPERT TO
Winnipeg and return .    $00.00 New York and return 91JO-Vi
St. Paul and return  . .    $00.00 Toronto and return . .     *»-■
.hicago and return  . . .   $72.50 Hamilton and return . .   *»-•
Montreal and return . . $105.00 lioston nnd return . . .   $110.00
Correspondingly low rates to other points. Trains leave
Prince Rupert at 10:30 a.m. on Mondays, Thursdays und Saturdays,
making close connections at Winnipeg for all Eastern centres
G. T. P. Steamers
Prince Rupert and Prince George
liail at 10 am. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, for Vancouver   Victoria and Seattle.    Through tickets to San Francisco,  San
Dieeo  and  other southern  points on sale at G. T. P. ticket office.
For  full   Information,  reservations and through tickets, apply
G     T     P.    TICKET    OFFICE, THIRD AVENUE, PHONE 200
'       "AGENCY   ALL  ATLANTIC   STE.AMSHIP   LINES
Canadian Pacific Railway
Lowest rates to all Eastern points via steamer to Vancouver and
Canadian Pacific Railway.
Meals and Berth included  on  steamer. ».
PRINCESS SOPHIA, SOUTHBOUND,
Saturday, (I p.m.
PRINCESS MAQUINNA, SOUTHBOUND,
Sunday, O p.m.
J. C. McNAB, General Agent, corner   Tllird   Ave.   and   Fourth   St.
THE UNION STEAMSHIP CO. OF B.C. LTD'
S.S.  VENTURE—Sails   for   GRANBY,     NAAS,     PORT     SIMPSON
Mondays 11  a.m.
S.S.  VENTURE—Sails  for  VANCOUVER,   SEATTLE,   VICTORIA;
Tuesday 8 p.m.
j    S.S. CAMOSUN—Sails for. PORT SIMPSON,  GRANBY,  STEWART;
Thursdays a   Midnight, August 19th, Sept   2nd.
_6th, 30th.
S.S.   CAMOSUN—Sails   for   REFUGE BAY, SKIDEGATE, .TEDWAY,
IK-DDA,  Saturdays   at    .Midnight,    August    21st,
Sept. 4th, 18th.
S.S.  CAMOSUN—Sails  for  MASSETT, Tuesdays, August 24th, Sept.
7th,  21st.
S.S. CAMOSUN—Sails for SURF INLET,  NAMU,  RIVERS  INLET,
VANCOUVER at  10 p.m. Wednesdays, Augusl
25th, Sept, 8th, 22nd.
JOHN BARNSLEY, AGENT. ('..I  Second Avenue—Phone 508.
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$8.75 Per Ton
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Prince Rnpert, B.C., Phone 30
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PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL
Wednesday, September 8,  191'
MUNICIPALITY OF THE CITY OF PRINCE RUPERT.
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND FOH UNPAID TAXES IN THE MUNICIPALITY  OF   PRINCE   RUPERT,   PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that'on Tuesday, the 14th day of September, A. D., 1915, at the hour of 10
o'clock a.m., at the City Hall, Prince Rupert, B. C, I shall sell at public auction the lands in the list hereinafter set out, for delinquent taxes in arrears, and for interest, costs and expenses, including the cost of advertising the'said sale, if the total amount due is not sooner paid:
Property.
Name of Assessed Owner.
Roden, Ceo	
Brown,  John   	
O'Nell, D. R., et al	
Bennett, C. V	
Bennett, C. V	
Peyton, D.  JI	
Renz, Eugene 	
Laplaca, L. B	
G. T. P. Investment Co. Ltd. . .
G. T. P. Investment Co. Ltd. . .
Rogers, Jas. & Sweet, G. A.
Stritzel, G. R. M	
Mackay, J. J	
Button, Fred   	
P. R. Town Properties, Ltd. . . .
P. R. Town Properties, Ltd. . . .
Morrison, W. R. & Smith, J. C.
Planitz, Chas.  (No. 70')   	
Planitz, Chas. (No. 70')  	
Law,
Htlditch, J. H	
Kirkpatrick, J. A	
Owen, Mary E	
Freed, Max  	
Freed, Max 	
McMordie, Mrs. Edith M	
McMordie, Mrs. Edith M,	
Scott,  Geo.  D	
P. R. Town Properties, Ltd	
P. R. Town Properties, Ltd	
Atlantic Realty & Imp. Co	
Ross, Rout	
Ross, Robt	
Ross, Robt	
Ross, Robt	
Ross, Robt	
Ferguson, Hector  	
Ferguson, Hector 	
Vance, W. D. & Birch, H. W	
P. R. Town Properties, Ltd	
Fournier, J. B	
MacLaren, J. L
Postulo, Jas. & George, G	
Fairley, Capt. J. H	
Fairley, Capt. J. II	
Clayton, Dr. W. B	
Krivokiipich,   P.   Bregolisse,   B.   and
Camozzi,   S	
Krivokapich,   P.   Bregolisse,   B.   and
Camozzi,   S	
McCrinimiin,  Angus K.  C	
Saunders, Aubrey, T	
Hamilton, Henry  	
McClellan, A. R	
McClellan, A.  R	
Hamilton, Henry  .
Hamilton, Henry  	
Hamilton, Henry   . :	
O'Shea,   M.   J	
Williams, A.  B.  &  Kennaugh, W. J.
Williams, A. B. &  Kennaugh, W. J.
Weber, Carl   	
Munroe, John 	
Munroe, John 	
Grossman,   Isadore   	
Tift'en, Fred W.-	
Henderickson, H. C. & Schofleld, B. A.
Henderickson, H. C. & Schofleld, B. A.
Clarke, Fred  	
Westenhaver, C. C. & J. D	
McLeod, J. F. & M. R	
Demers, Lydia, K	
Demers, Numa   . . . . *    ....
Magar,  Hazen   	
Moe, G. P	
Moe, G. P	
Grossman, Joseph	
Abbott, R. .1	
Soslcln,   Morris    	
Robertson, G. S	
Law, Wm. M	
Law, Wm. M	
Swanson, Martin   	
Cameron, J. G. & Peterson, A	
Cameron, J. 0. & Peterson, A	
McLaren, J. Lome  	
Kinsella,  11	
Kinsella, H -	
Sweder,  ,1.   H	
Krikcvosky, (1	
P. R. Town Properties, Ltd	
P. R. Town Properties, Ltd	
Abbott, Mrs. K. T	
Abbott, Mrs. K, T	
Beck,   Machail   	
Uwnte, II	
Hirstwood, XV. A	
Sherman,   Wm.   11.  sr.   &  Sherman,
Wm.  ii. Jr	
Sherman,   Win.   11.  sr.   &  Sherman,
Wm.   II.  jr	
litilluuil.  Mrs.  Ellzubetr A.'	
Stnurt, I). C. .*i Partington, C. T.  ...
Stuart, 1). C, & Partington, C. T. ...
Scott, Geo. D	
Scott, Geo. I)	
Holding, Honry Jr	
Holding, Henry jr	
Hall, Mro, Annie	
Freed, Max  	
Freed, Max 	
Cohen, David	
Cohen, M .B	
Cohen, M .B	
Matthews, A. G	
Atcheson, S. H	
Freed, Max 	
Freed, Max	
p. R. Town Properties, Ltd	
Kach, John T	
Ennyu, D	
Morita, Jasu 	
Solem, Chris	
Yup, Sam  	
Lew, Julius 	
Zarelli, D	
Butler, H. 0. (10'E.)   . . , i	
Butler, H. O	
Likw, Wm. M	
Stuart, D. C. & Partington, A. T. ...
Wilson, J. Douglas	
Abbott, R. J	
Law, Wm. M. & Butler, H. O	
Law, Wm. M. & Butler, H. O	
Law, Wm. M. & Butler, H. O	
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390.96
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111.32
111.32
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154.95
169.20
147.83
111.55
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109.24
109.24
109.24
109.24
135.87
25.16
139.14
131.16
93.58
81.46
81.46
71.24
69.68
69.68
99.80
123.14
125.13
29.38
40.40
74.15
125.02
128.70
162.31
29.38
46.40
34.05
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27.13
3.35
30.48
80.94
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115.99
23.02
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26.17
28.08
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19.85
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21.37
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211.28
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23.13
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26.28
29.06
3.45
32.51
53.28
4.66
57.94
37.43
3.87
41.30
38.29
3.91
42.20
41.51
4.07
45.58
74.53
5.72
80.25
33.22
3.66
36.88
53.28
4.66
57.94
53.28
4.66
57.94
53.28
4.66
57.94
39.64
3.98
43.62
31.77
3.59
35.36
16.37
2.81
19.18
54.50
4.72
59.22
101.81
7.09
108.90
130.43
8.52
138.95
69.32
6.46
74.78
69.32
5.46
74.78
74.63
5.73
80.36
101.80
7.09
108.89
101.80
7.09
108.89
111.53
7.57
119.10
Law, Wm. M. at Butler, H.
Abbott, Mrs. K. T	
Abbott, .Mrs. K. T	
P. R.Town Properties, Ltd.
Ferguson,  Hector   	
Ferguson,   Hector   	
Ferguson,   Hector   	
P. R.Town Properties, Ltd.
P. R.Town Properties, Ltd.
Ennyu, S	
Paul, R	
MacLaren, J. Lome   	
Mael.a.en, J.  Lome   	
.MacLaren, J.  Lome   	
Tate, Mrs. E. J	
Coulombe, E	
Abbott, *Irs. K. T	
Rothery, Jos. N,	
Abbott, .Mrs. K. T        6
Bourne, Walter          tl
Bourne,  Walter   	
Clark,  II.  F	
Collier.  S	
Lee, John 	
Nelson, John S :	
Nelson, John S	
Cohen, David    : . . .
Henipel, A. & Newhold, Wm. K. . .
Bloom, !-'. & Walters, A	
Georgloff, Ivan	
Nicholls, Charles	
Marshall, Grace        7
Gunion, M. & Tausan, M	
Abbott, Mrs. K. T	
Evans,  Miss  Mabel   	
Clayton. Dr, W. B	
Norberg, Alex	
P. R.Town Properties, Ltd        7
P. R.Town Properties, Ltd        7
Mcintosh, J. S        7
Moore, E. A        7
Moore, E. A        7
Parks, Jas        7
McGlinchy, P. & H        7
Ambrose, Flora           7
Cohen, JI. B        7
Cohen, JI. B        7
Duncan, George        7
Duncan, George        7
Ytreberg, Chas. R.
Tottenham, R. C. .
Brown,  Duncan   . .
Duncan, George . .
Duncan, George  . .
Ennyu, S	
Higgens,  Lawrence
Higgens,  Lawrence
Abbott, R. ,1	
Abbott, R. J	
Bronzes, Frank   . .
Higgins, Lawrence        	
Higgins, Lawrence        7
P. R. Town Properties, Ltd        7
P. R. Town Properties, Ltd        7
Sheehan, Timothy          7
Peterson, H. JI        7
Jleeker, John, A        7
Meeker, John, A  7
Selman, S. S. & H, E,
Selman, S. S. & H. E.
Planitz,  Chas	
Planitz,  Chas	
Webster,  Percy   ....
Webster,  Percy   ....
Gampp, H. E	
Gampp, H. E	
Gampp, H. E	
Gampp, H. E	
JlcJIillan, Angus   . . .
Wasyl,  Syroid   	
Hutchinson, J. F.  . . .
Philpotts, Jlrs. Grace
Philpotts, .Mrs. Grace
Johnson, P. J	
Austin, Alex	
Duncan, Geo	
Duncan, Geo	
King, Charles, B        7
Abbott, Mrs. K. T        7
Abbott, Mrs.  K. T        7
Leblanc, S        7
Broderius, Geo        7
Broderius, Geo        7
P. R. Town Properties, Ltd        7
P. R. Town Properties, Ltd        7
.Moe, G.  P        7
Moe, G.  P        7
Parker,   H.  S.   .        8
Parker,   H.  S        8
Bergman, J        8
Garnett, Win. P        8
Philpotts, Jlrs. Grace          8
Philpotts, Jlrs. Grace           8
Rochester, Jenny, C        8
Rochester, Jenny, C        8
Williams & JIanson           8
Hays, Caroline        8
Duncan, Geo        8
Duncan, Geo        8
Lever, Henry (So. 1-2)           8
Brown,   Geo        8
Brown,   Geo        8
Viton, Chas        8
Viton, Chas.  . . . .'        *
Benson, Reid, J.        s
Benson, Reid, J	
.Money, Jess, E         x
.Money, Jess, E        s
llellier,  George           ,s
.McKay,  David   	
McKay,  David   	
Russell, A. H	
P. R. Town Properties, Ltd.
P. R. Town Properties, Ltd.
Williams &  JIanson   	
Gray, Win. Russell	
Schubert, Paul, Ji	
Schubert, Paul, JI	
Leahy, .Mrs. I.. G	
Leahy, Mrs. ti. fl	
.Mcintosh, John I.	
.Mcintosh, Jolni L	
Jlel.inley,  .1.   XV	
Schubert, Paul M	
Schubert, Paul JI	
.Morrison, Runneth	
Sweder, J. II	
Sweder, J. H	
Moe, G. P	
Jloe, G. P	
Robertson, Allan   	
Semernuk, W. S	
Semernuk, W. S	
Smith, Jlrs. Angus, C	
Martin,  Wm.  R	
Haseyama,  II	
Run,  II.   II	
Run,  H.   fl	
Murdock, Robert   	
Slaven,  JI. &  JI	
Corcoran, Jas	
Abbott, Mrs. K. T	
Hartman, Paul	
Ellenburgh, Wm. . . .'	
Young, Chas. JI	
Evans, F. S	
Evans, F. S	
Share, G. A. 	
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25.44
24.50
20.34
32.47
16.23
3S.01
38.00
39.3.0
42.93
129.02
40.68
42.69
44.41
44.41
26.29
29.36
40.72
40.72
9.64
9.64
55.12
55.12
40.71
22.06
28.83
24.42
22.117
22.07
16.44
15,26
27.19
18.31
16.97
31.42
27.19
30.54
25.44
8.46
48.26
48.26
37.25
26.28
26.28
45.16
49.75
15.8 4
13.94
211.35
20.35
20.35
19.16
44.17
44.17
36.33
36.33
27.17
13.56
14.88
12.89
7.36
11.64
14.68
17.11
17.1 1
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31.1 9
11.14
13.30
39.59
6.40
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18.79
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13.21
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14.58
14.58
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56.60
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34.25
42.11
13.56
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39.07
39.10
39.10
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8.09
8.09
38.03
4.51
41.30
38.94
29.43
11.87
11.87
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8.93
9.42
7.66
5.39
5.20
6.07
7.16
4.69
4.69
5:16
4.45
6.75
5.73
5.30
5.10
4.27
6.27
4.88
6.93
6.93
6.93
6.93
4.00
4.00
5.16
6.16
5.42
8.39
6.05
3.53
3.53
4.3 4
2.90
2.90
2.90
3.30
3.40
2.93
2.93
2.93
2.93
2.93
5.17
3.78
5.55
5.05
4.03
3.52
4.20
3.27
3.27
3.22
3.02
3.62
2.81
3.90
3.90
3.96
4.15
8.45
4.03
4.13
4.22
4.22
3.31
3.4 0
4.03
4.03
2.50
2.50
4.75
4.75
4.03
3.10
3.44
3.22
3.10
3.10
2.82
2.76
3.36
2.91
2.85
3.57
3.36
3.58
3.27
2.42
4.41
4.41
3.86
3.31
3.31
4.26
4.50
2.79
2.70
3.02
3.02
3.02
2.98
4.20
4.20
3.82
3.82
3.35
2.6 7
2.74
2.(14
2.3 6
2.58
2.73
2.85
2.8 5
3.03
3.5 5
2.55
2.66
3.98
2.32
2.32
2.60
2.60
2.60
3.17
4.34
2.7 1
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2.98
4.03
2.88
2.66
3.70
2.73
2.73
3.01
4.83
4.83
3.71
3.71
4.10
2.67
2.67
3.80
3.95   ,
3.95
3.95
3.95
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2.40
3.90
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3.47
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49.76
81.76
62.57
106.67
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106.67
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44.08
68.38
68.36
73.92
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34.30
51.23
20.61
20.61
20.61
29.48
31.48
21.59
21.59
21.59
21.59
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39.43
76.59
66.15
44.73
34.06
4S.31
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2S.71
27.72
23.36
36.09
19.04
41.91
41.90
43.26
47.08
137.47
44.71
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4S.63
48.63
29.60
32.82
44.75
44.75
12.14
12.14
59.87
59.87
44.74
25.16
32.27
27.64
25.17
25.17
19.26
18.02
30.55
21.22
19.82
34.99
311.55
3 4.12
2S.71
10.88
52.67
52.07
41.11
29.59
29.59
49.41
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16.64
23.37
23.37
23.37
22.59
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40.15
40.15
30.52
16.23
17.62
15.5 3
9.72
14.22
17.41
19.96
19.96
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34.74
13,69
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1 1.65
14.65
14.84
82.90
51.13
18.94
21.69
22.88
44.73
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17.31
28.86
81.48
81.48
37.96
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39.77
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43.05
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10.49
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PRINCE RUPERT JOURNAL
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——BEa "' ;,-,!..-_a.--a,:-.-~**--^^ —
and Continuing for Six
Days, the
GREATEST SALE
will open to the Public at
The Acme, 2nd Ave.
Bargains never heard of before in
Genuine High Grade Merchandise. A
harvest is awaiting you. Watch and
read every word of our hand circular it explains more
Wait For It!
MUNICIPALITY OF THE CITY OF PRINCE RUPERT
(Continued trom Page Three)
Property.
Name of Assessed Owner.
Bergfeldt, Alfred         8
Bergfeldt, Alfred
Jennings, J. E	
Von Aueberg, P. 0	
Von Aueberg, P. 0	
McRae, H. F	
Spencer, E. & Sharp, II. G	
Spencer, E. & Sharp, H. G	
McKay. L, J. & Angus	
McKay, L. .1. & Angus	
McRae. H. F	
Brown, Wm	
McLean, D. R	
McNeill, John, D	
McNeill, John, 1.	
.McNeill, John, D	
McNeill, John, D	
Cohen,  M.  P	
Cohen,  JI. B	
Delorme, Jliss P	
Hartman,  Paul   	
Hartiniin,   Paul    	
Southern.  K.  W.  Jr	
Planitz, ('	
Planitz, C	
Planitz,  ('	
Buckley, Tim  	
Bui Itley, Tim  	
McCullough, E. VV. £■ Ward, A. .
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Plani'z.  elms	
Planitz,  Chas	
F'lauiiz,   Chas	
Abbott,  Robt.  J	
Abbott,  Robl.  J	
Bach, Chas	
Bach, Chas	
McLeod, JI. (■. <* Henry, Win. S.
McLeod, M   (!. ft Henry, Wm. S.
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39.08
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49.53
49.53
49.53
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11.06
11.98
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11.99
11.99
11.99
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10.19
10.19
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14.22
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GOVERX.MEXT   WEATHER
REPORT.
Furnished by I".  XV, bowling.
For 24 hours er.fpng 5  p.m.
Bar. reduce- to sea level  . ,. 29.768
Highest temperature 60.0
Lowest temperature  .  48.0
Rain    30
CHJCKHK8KH-1M3 CHXW-a-tHl
\i PERSONALS
i OaoOOOOaa0OO04OO0OOO0OO00OO0O444O0O0O4VO0410OO004O044_
1 THE IMPERIAL WATER HEATER COIL
I'■'. Patented In Canada.
] % FOR STOVES, RANGES AND PURNAOES
u i- "(It    -.• meet the demands for  Instantaneous  Hot  Water,  for
lit ■■   . .    .-.c   ,-i,ihout extra use of fuel.
1,1 '."(I IX BSE IN   PRINCE RUPERT
I.
WARNING
Puichase.s.o. any infringements on
this coil lay themselves liable to
prosecution, equally with the parties
making nnd Installing same.
QtHKl OtHKHKHKl-atKl aD<_«-_HKK««KJ-
I    Capt, Giliait arrived from Bandepit
j yesterday,    He will proceed to Vancouver.
* *     *
, Dr. B. Scharsmldt, of Vancouver,
| arrived on Monday from the Interior.
I He proceeded south yesterday morn-
| ing.
* *    *
William JIanson, M. P. P., left yesterday morning for tbe south. He
has been called to Nanaimo by a mei-
sage informing him tbat his mother
was very ill. Mrs. Manson is 81 years
of age. j
* *    *
Jlajor Ainsley Megraw, Inspector
of Indian Agencies for the Interior
section of British Columbia, was in
the city -Monday morning on his way
to Prince George and other points.
He arrived by the G. T. P. steamer
and left by the train a few hours
later.
Rlrtbs.
On September 6, to Mf. and Jlrs.
E. V. Ling, S67 Borden Street, a
daughter.
On September 5, at the General
Hospital, to Mr. and Jlrs. Wm.
'Melllar, 316 Fifth Avenue west, a
daughter.
IS. I). JOHNSON,
DA'lBD the 17th day of August, 1915.Treasurer und Collector tor the Municipality of Prince Rupert, B, C.
LABOR  DAY.
(Continued  tr.»i_ Page   One.)
Hop, step and jump (open)—J. P.
Roche, 1st:  Kinghorn, 2nd.
Hop, step and jump (closed) —
Rtidderhani, lst;  Murphy, 2nd.
Running high jump (open)—Jlur-
'phy, lst; Roche, 2nd.
Running high jump (closed)—C.
'Anderson, lst; Rudderliam, 2nd.
Foot Races.
100 yards dash (open)—Roche,
1st; Gardner, 2nd.
100 yards dash (closed)—C. Anderson, lst; Rudderham, 2nd.
220 yards dash (open)—Roche,
1st; Gardner, 2nd.
220 yards dash (closed)—J. Murphy. 1st;  I.yness, 2nd.
220 yards dash (fishermen only)
—Jas. Slater, 1st; H. Hanson, 2nd.
440 yards dash (open)—J. Murphy, 1st; J. P. Roche, 2nd.
440 yards dash (closed)—.1 Murphy, lst; H. Hanson, 2nd.
50 yards dash (married ladies) —
'Mrs, Adams, lst; Mrs. Grossman,
2nd; Mrs. Hamilton, 3rd.
Children's Rnces.
Girls' race (16 and under)—Lily
■Shrubsall, lst; II. Halverson, 2nd.
Boys' rare (16 and under)—T.
Sherman, 1st; W. Wallace, 2nd.
Girls' race (12 and under)—G.
Carroll, lst;  M. Adams, 2nd.
Boys' race f1? nnd under)—Q,
'Robert.*-. 1st: IT. TTInl.ty, 2nd.
Girls' under t -Ellen Muse, 1st;
Ji. Crawford, 2ml: J. Mulr, 3rd; fluv-
vlch, 4th.
Girls' under 6—A. Jacobson, lst;
Mabel Lelsk, 2nd; C. Berneg, 3rd.
Girls' under 8—M. Joy, 1st; JI.
Lando, 2nd; O. Shirk, 3rd.
Girls' under 10—JI. Lindsay, lst;
M. Roberts, 2nd; F, Williamson, 3rd.
Boys' under 4—N. Jlussallem, lst;
Jack Anderson, 2nd; R. Berry, 3rd.
Boys' under 6—A. Nelleon, 1st;
Roy Thomas. 2nd; J. Martin, 3rd.
Boys' under 8—B. Syrotuk, 1st;
D. Frizzell, 2nd; R. Mortimer, 3rd.
Boys' under 10—ji. McMUllan,
1st!  Billy Burger,  2nd.
In the evening n smoker was held
in tlte Empress Theatre.
 -,>	
The Morning Journal 50 cents
p^r month.
Absolutely guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Prices for Coll Including   connect ions   S-<>
COIL ONLY I"15,   LESS CONNECTING
I HARRY HANSON
i**-OO«m»*HKHWHttKHKH*0W^
THE   RELIABLE  PLUMBER
Phone 481)        l\ O.  Box  ,.»5
CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP NOW
$
O-CBDAR    MOPS, O-CBDAR MOP POLISH
ALABASTINE   SANITARY  WALL COATING
WATER HOSE, GARDEN TOOLS, WATERING CANS
MARTIN-SENOUR 100 PER C_..*.T. PURE PAINT
PAINT  BRUSHES,  LAWN MOWERS AND GRASS SHEAR.
CARPET    BEATE1'--.  GARBAGE PAILS
WINDOW   SCREENS, SCREEN TOORS
—AT THE—
KAIEN HARDWARE CO.,6os Third av
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Prince Rupert Transfer Co.
—FOR-
Coal, Furniture Moving, Baggage
and Heavy Teaminp
W. J. CRAWFORD, Manager
PHONE 566 "_^rS_
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,   SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, SASH, DOORS
Prince Rupert Lumber Co.
FIRST AVE. ANI) McRRIDE ST. PRINCE RUPERT
Phone 25 Branch Yard at Smithers, B.C.
——
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Have You a Valued
Watch?
That needs Repairing or Overhauling
Get it dune by ._N EXPERT who lias given years to make
himself proficient.
P. Marion is in charge of tlie Repair Department.
Formerly employed with Tiffany & Co., New York;  Hirk
& Sons, Montreal; and Shieve & Co., San Francisco.
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE CHANCE
WELL   ASSORTED   STOCK OF JEWELLERY AT RIGHT
PRICES
Blakely Co., Jewellers
Corner Tllird Avenue and Sixth Street
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Hlumber
Coal, Cement, Plaster and Brick
AND A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
WESTHOLME LUMBER CO., LTD.
First Avenue       Prince Rupert        Telephone 186
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Genuine Wellington Coal
OUR COAL LASTS LONGER—IT'S THE HEST.
Phone 15—Prince Rupert Coal Company
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