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Array PORT ESSINGTON LOYALIST.
Vol. I. No. 33
PORT ESSINGTON, B. C, SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1009.
Subscription $3 Pkr Year
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WAKE IP, LET'S ENJOY UfE
Don't Wait for the Other Fellow to Take
the Lead, but Get Busy and Set the
Pace for Him to Follow
Essington should have more attractive sources of amusement than
she now possesses, some pastime
that, while affording amusement
will also redound, from a physical
point of view, to the benefit of those
participating in it. A gun club or
a boat club, either of which would
fill the bill and for the consummation of whicli ample facilities are
ever present, could be made a permanent fixture, and would result
in the formation of similar organizations in other towns contiguous
to Essington.
There is no prettier course to
be found for a yacht race than the
waterfront that stretches out for
six miles before Essington. Tlie
hills roundabout, from which a
clear unobstructed view of the
entire course can at ali times be
had, form, in tlie continuity of their
range, a natural amphitheatre upon
both sides of the river.
While for a gun club range, any
one of innumerable suitable locations can be secured. Interest in
this direction would be enhanced
by hanging up trophies to be contested for, and these contests would
attract shooters from other points,
while the interest awakened in the
sport would result in bringing into
existence a string of amusements
Which would prove of lasting benefit to tlie town.
There are a number of crack
shots here in Essington, and till
that is necessary is for some one to
take the lead, get tlie young'men
together���ami old ones, too���and
organize. There is no cleaner sporl
than trap-shooting or target practice for both sexes. Many cities
in the states hare their woman gun
clubs, many of whose members
have won trophies in both interstate ami national contests.
A kiiowledge of the use of fire-
atms, swimming and horseback
riding is just as essential a part of
woman's curriculum as is the trick
Of making biscuit light enough to
prevent a man from being arrested
for carrying concealed weapons if
any of her sinkers are found in his
dinner bucket. Proficiency in these
lines should not be classed as accomplishments, for a kiiowledge of
these three acquirements is necessary, at some tiiite, in saving life.
and therefore the education of the
youth of both sexes in this direction should be encouraged;
Ain't Superstitious a Little Bit
While the Beatrice, last Saturday, was awaiting the return of
those of her crew who Were witnesses at the trial of the two Chinamen who robbed the boat's com-
inissttryj a young man, L. Older-
sha-A'j who arrived on the "Be.,"
came ashore with a highly orna-
liientdd package on and proceeded
io take a flyer down Essington's
main thoroughfare. He flew down
as far as the end of the walk beyond the Queen's hotel, anil then
flew back again. But, in his rcKirn
flight he very clearly demonstrated
to spectators that he wasn't a bit
superstitious and did not believe
ill sign*?, by tearing down everyone
within his reach. He finally worked
himself up to such a frenzy that he
began looking for policemen. He
found onB; all. right, antl it cost
him $5 aiid trimmings to see him.
Rob the Beatrice's Commissary
Last Saturday, as the Beatrice
was discharging her passongers for
this port, two Chinamen, both in the
employ of the boat, came ashore,
one of them carrying a suit case
while the other had a gunny sack
thrown over his shoulder. The
steward of tlie boat landed on the
wharf about the time the Chinamen started up the walk, and pointing them out to the police, requested their arrest. The Chinamen were taken in custody by the
officers and escorted to police headquarters, where the suit case was
found to contain 30 dozen eggs,
while the gunny sack yielded up a
half ease of quart cans of cream,
al) taken from the supplies of the
Beatrice.
As the presence of the officers of
the Beatrice was necessary to the
trial of the case, a night session of
court wae held, presided over by
Justices Baillie and Williams, who
iifter hearing the evidence imposed
a sentence of two months' imprisonment upon each of the culprits.
Officer McDonald took the prisoners to Rupert on Monday, where
they will serve their time.
Police Court Is Busy
Police court has been busy this
week, if no one else has. What with
tlte robbery case, the "heat pros
tnitions" and other side lines, the
provincial exchequer will be materially swelled. The drunks all,
witli two exceptions and these were
Indians on a "red ink" drunk, arrived here pretty comfortably full,
but were soon slumbering off the
effects of their potations in the lo-
enl jail. Tlie following Indian
cases were tlisposed of:
Sam ami Ellen Kennedy, $30
each, paid out; Dick Flewin, $25
or two months, serving time; Richard Tooey, %h or  20 days, paid.
Ilakee Makes Himself Scarce
Several almond-eyed residents of
Essington would welcome information leading to a knowledge of the
whereabouts of otic Tiakee, up to a
few short days ago conducting a
laundry in the building opposite
the Dominion Fishery headquarters. Tiakee Won't have cause to
worry about where the next pie-
card is to come from, for he left the
building well provided with funds.
In fact, the building is all he did
leave, and several of his countrymen who were in his employ mourn
the loss of  several months' wages.
Tried and Acquitted
Lust Saturday Ed Hansen) who
has been employed at Steino's construction eitnipj wiis brought down
the river on tlie Simpson by Officer
CullinS) with a most serious charge
against him. He wits taken to
Prince Rupert to await trial. The
ease 'came up Wednesday before
Magistrate Mansom and after a
thorough investigation Hansen was
acquitted and given his liberty.
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Will Hold Catholic Service!!
ttcv. Father Fi Kientz, D. L.,
of Prince Rupert, requests The
loyalist to inform his parishioners
of this place that be will hold Services ill Essington on Trinity Sunday (tomorrow) June fi, at 1.1 aitn'i
ih Cunningham hall.
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Noel & Ward have received their
stock of goods, and r.ow have as
l'.catly arranged- a place of business
as one would want to look upon-
NEWSY NOTES FROM ABERDEEN
Aberpben, ii. C.Jum 4,1909.
C. J. Kettyle was n "Spokeshoot"
visitor during the week.
Capt. Joe Reed, tl. T. P. launch
Alma, returned from Rupert yesterday.
H. E. Elsden. operator Yukon
telegraph, was in Essington this
week.
J. R. McCully, of theG. T. P.
engineering staff, wits a local visitor this week.
Jack Thome, Yukon telegraph
line foreman, is done the river on
a tour of inspection.
The Balmoral cannery has stationed ii fishing scow here to receive part of the catch.
Geo. Couzan of Albi's camp is a
Ereque.it visitor to Aberdeen in the
interest of the firm.
Bert Kergin and Geo. Neill, Yukon telegraph linemen, were down
from Telegraph Point for supplies
a few days ago.
The following was overheard by
an interested spectator at one of
the camps a few nights ago. The
great American game was in full
swing, also a "jackpot." The man
"under tho guns" said he would
open it. "How much?" came the
question in six different languages.
���'Ten yards!" said No. 1. "Raise
it 10 yards," said No. 2. "Stay!"
yelled the next sport. Two or three
more decided to stay; then came
the last man. "I'll stay, and raise
it 25 yards of overbreak, ten yards
dirt, seven boxes Copenhagen snuff
and two suits of underwear!" He
got the pot, There is evidently a
financial stringency on this side of
the river. T. Tesaug.
As He Grows Older He Loses His Grip
C. N. Pring, the well known piano man who spent last week in
Essington, leaving for Rupert Monday, was the victim of the stupidity of a hotel porter on Tuesday,
which was sufficiently aggravating
to drive tin ordinary man to drink.
Mr. Pring on his arrival in Rupert
went to the hotel lunch room, leaving bis grip at the door. Along
conies the wise porter man, grabs
the grip and puts it aboard the
Seattle boat. Now, while friend
Pring is headed for Alaska that
grip is churning the Pacific to a
filmy foam getting to Seattle. We
won't repeat tlie language used by
Mr. Pring when he discovered bow
matters stood"���we want these papers to go through the mails.
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Have a Delightful Ride Up the River
Mr. Philip Hiltz and daughter.
Miss Sadie Hiltz, are here from
Vancouver, guests of the Queen's.
Mr. Hiltz is owner of the gasoline
launch which carries Miss Sadie's
name, and on Thursday an excursion up the river was indulged in by
a party consisting of Miss Sadie
Hiltz, Mrs. Dr. Wilson, Mrs. John
Dean, and Mr. Philip Hiltz. with
Capt. Whidden in charge. The
course extended 26 miles upriver
to McLeod's. and was a source of
genuine pleasure to all. Mi*s Sadie, who has made many friends
in Essington during her visit; will
remain here for some time, while
Mri Hiltz goes north, leaving within a few davs.
The Stationery We Haven't Got
A business man recently made a
suggestion to The Loyalist which,
in turn, ''suggests another suggestion." Considerable difficulty has
been experienced by parties using
the. telegraph service in securing
blank forms of the company on
which to write their telegrams; in
fact, it is not only difficult to obtain these forms, but it is impossible, for so far as anybody in Es��
sington knows there never were
any in existence.
The business man suggested that,
as the government was spending
a vast Bum of money on the G. T.
P. just now, probably it would be
advisable to wait till the road was
finished before agitating the question of supplying Essington with
necessary stationery. But as the
date of the completion of tho road
is as uncertain as the verdict of a
jury or a woman's age, this idea
went into the discard. Then a
brilliant thought went skipping
through the minds of theb. m. antl
Tlie Loyalist at one and the same
time. The government is a partner of Foley, Welch & Stewart in
building the G. T. P.; the latter
firm deduct $1 a month from each
of their workmen for hospital fees,
and of course the government, as a
partner in the business, has a working interest in this fund. But Foley Welch & Stewart refuse to use
this fund in paying local physicians for treatment of emergency
cases, therefore, without hampering the government in building the
road, it was suggested that the
government draw down its share of
this fund, have some stationery
printed, and send about a dollar's
worth to Essington. Dr. MePhee
lias 12.50 in this hospital fund
which he would gladly donate toward the printing bill.
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Skeena Valley Land Not Overrated
A letter received Wednesday by
E. A. Wilbur, from his father, Mr.
Ernest Wilbur, who has been making extended investigation of land
conditions in and about the Hazelton country, says that the possibilities for profitable fanning in
this section, and, in fact, all thro'
the Skeena valley, has been in the
nature of a revelation to him.
Mr. Wilbur's original object in
going up the river was to look over
a huge tract of land recently purchased by him, in the vicinity of
the canyon; but so deeply was he
impressed by the inviting appearance of the country that he determined to extend his field of observation, going as far north as Hazelton. He will return about the 10th
of the month.
The Loyalist has advocated this
very thing���an examination of the
various soils in the valley by a
practical farmer���and is thoroughly convinced that the result of Mr.
Wilbur's investigation will bear it
out in its oftM'epeated assertions
concerning the fertility of Skeena
valley land.
Prov. Constable Cullins was here
from   Kitselas Saturday  and left
Sunday on
canyon.
the   Simpson   for  the
Giin Wo Lung of Essington off-
icrs $50 for the recovery of the body
(of Lee King, who was drowned last
'Sunday by falling into the rivet"
i from the HasJeltoni neat' Kilsuni-
i kalum,
F, W, Valleau, ox-govbrhihent
agent at Hazelton, was in town
Thursday on business.
fined for Illegal Fishing
The Cassiar, Claxton and Balmoral canneries were up this week
charged with illegal fishing, in
overstepping the time of the weekly close season, The first two were
fined $50, while the ca6e of the
Balmoral was continued.
The system in vogue for notifying fishermen when closing time
arrives is certainly one that is susceptible of vast improvement, especially while continual blasting
is being done on the construction
work, for these explosions and the
fishery bombs are bound to lead to
confusion. Then again, in the matter of watches; it is physically an
impossibility to construct two time
pieces that will show exactly the
same time. Human ingenuity has
not yet readied perfection, there is
bound to be a deviation in time
between any two watches, and this
the law should provide for.
Tlie Cassiar and Claxton cases
have been appealed.
Appoint Morrow & Frizzell Agents
Mr. R. Holme, representing the
Dominion Express Co., waB in Essington several days this week for
the purpose of establishing a local
agency of his company, which has
its headquarters at Vancouver.
This was effected by the appointment of the well known firm of
Morrow & Frizzell as local agents,
with the office at their place of
business.
Mr. J. Loutit, a prominent citizen of Vancouver, accompanied Mr.
liehnc to Essington.
Held for Examination
Wednesday night when tho Simpson arrived in port, a man named
F. Widdell was turned over to Officer Jones by the boat's purser,
who charged him with refusing to
pay his fare. Tlie prisoner, who is
a Swede laborer, boarded the boat
at Bateman's Landing, but when
requested to produce the amount
of the fare, refused to come across.
When taken to police headquarters the man was given an examination by Dr. T. J. MePhee, who
advised holding him for a more
searching investigation.
Bachelors Entertain Their Friends
Tuesday evening Messrs. Ward,
MacCormick antl Morley entertained a small party of friends at
a strawberry luncheon tn their
bachelor quarters. The affair was an
informal one, but the genuine spirit of hospitality so characteristic
of these gentlemen; is ample proof
that the evening was one of unalloyed pleasure. Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. Cameron, Miss McPherson and Mrs. Frizzell, chaperon.
j   . Arthur's   Emporium now sports
a   large   and   attractive   swinging
I sign above the entrance.
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Coquitlan is Badly Scarred
The Coquitlan arrived here on
Thursday morning from the Islands, and departed south at noon.
The report that she had burned to
the water's edge was erroneous, although, from bet condition while
here,she must haVebeeii subjected to
a terrific beat, evidences of which
are yet plainly visible. Capt. IMx-
on did not accompany the boat on
this trip, having been detained below at the investigation into the
caltsc of the fire, which is now in
progress.
The  Simpson  came  over   from
Rupert Thursday morning and left
trinity Sunday services tomorrow.; for the dariydn in the afternoon. The Port Essington Loyalist
W. M. ROBERTS, Editor and Manager
ADVERTISING BATES.
Local Badness Notices )0t* line first Insertion
aii'l fie liiu.cu.'li subsequent insertion,
Obituary Poetry, over four Hues, tl.uu pur line
Display A.ls. ���>:����� In.'I. each Insertion.
X.. display ads, will l..' giYeuspace on first
page, Business in.[ices will take the run ol the
matter, as the Urn page <>f The Loyalist is tun-
T1VKI.Y HESKHVEIi Full ITIIKLY J.i.C'Al. SBWS,
Ads. or Business Locals will be run until or.
dor*.I out, nnd will be charged for at regular
rat.'*, Resetting display matter will beoharged
for at the rate of je an Ineh to pay for com petition, when changed oftener than once a
month.
Coal Prospecting and Timber Notices, 80
.lavs     ?���> HO
Lan.l Notices, GO days    ' 00
Certltleaf..  ..I Improvement   Notices, 60
.lays     7 00
All Timber and Land Notices must be do-
eunipaiiieil' l.y check') otherwise they
will remain unpublished.
Foreign subscription price per year 8 00
No Patent Medicine Ads. Will Be Accepted
[HE MAN WITH A "MISSION"
Edward Haywood, once on trial,
with Mover and Petti bone, for tlie
assassination of ex-Gov. Stennen-
berg of Idaho, has arrived in Seattle, and announces to the working-
men of the northwest that Incomes "with a mission to perform"
���the emancipation of the laboring man.
Mr, Haywood has been a prominent member of the Western Federation of Miners for years, and
at the same time has managed to
travel from coast to coast in regal
style, adorned in raiment of the
most fashionable cut and figure,
and has soiled his hands less with
actual work than any other labor
advocate in the country.
The Western Federation (.f Miners, under the dominant influence
of Mover, Hay wood and Pettibone,
exerted a more powerful force to-
, ward discrediting organized labor
than any other agency that could
have been employed. Driven mil
from one state to another through
acts of violence employed to gain
their ends wherever they obtained
a foothold, even the 'mere mention
of the words "organized labor" was
sufficient to call down the most
cutting invective upon the heads
of men in other callings who were
honestly striving to better their
trade conditions.
The Loyalist is attempting to
place no obstacle in the path of organized labor, far from it. For 36
years he has been, is now, antl ever
will be a member of his trade
union ��� the International Typographical Union ��� but in sympathy with other ardent advocates
of a unification of essential points
us the only means by which laboring men can better their condition,
he draws the line on the "man with
a mission." His ''mission" gener-
erally resolves itself into a warm
attachment for dollars and cents,
without the inconvenience of working for it���easy money.
This "emancipation" dope has
been very successfully applied to
the laboring man by another prominent "emancipator." We refer to
Eugene Y. Debs, whose success in
this connection has enabled him
to erect in Tcrrc Haute, Indiana,
his home town, a costly business
block.
It seems to be the proper thing,
nowadays for a person to have a
''mission," antl we acknowledge to
being right in the swim; we have
tlie "mission," all right, but we are
experiencing considerable difficulty
in finding the proper sucker to
take the bait.
 ��� �� i	
IN Central City, Ky., four little
girls were burned to death during
an entertainment given as the closing exercises of a school. Forty
little tots, dressed in gauze and
other filmy material, were being
put through ;i drill with lighted
Wands, when tlie flame from one
of the wands touched tin' dress of
a little 7-year-old girl and in an
instant she was a ball of fire. Running across the stag" the flames
Were communicated to the clothing
Of three other little ones, resulting
in death to the four children. Not
the brain, but the hick of it, of common horse sense, that eonceived
the idea of permitting 40 children,
crowded on a small stage and
dressed in material of such inflammable nature, to be armed with
lighted tqrefies, does not argue
a very exalted degree of intelligence for their teacher; and, with
the wooden-headed authorities of
the town, who allowed the chil-
to have the lighted torches, she
should be held responsible for the
death of these little ones.
When you think of boots, think
of McArthur's Emporium.
Teacher���Johnnie, do you know
what a blotter is?
Johnnii���Yesstun; it's tie t'ing
what yotise look for while de ink
gits dry.
O. A. Ragstad, the jeweler, is at
present located in the building adjoining McArthur's Emporium,
where he will carry on business until a more suitable building is
erected near his old stand,
"Miriam, isn't young Ferguson
coining to our house rather regular
now?"
"I suppose he is, mamma,"
"Do you know anything about
him; what's he worth, for instance?"
Well, he's worth a dozen of the
ordinary young men of my acquaintance."
���'Yes, but���"
"And he's worth $100 a day, so
he is, to the firm he works for, if he
does get but $25 a week,"���Chicago Tribune.
Have your shoes repaired neatly
at Shade's shoe shop, opp. postoffice.
"Mamma," said the kid at table
with the company, "is this dessert
bad for me, or is there enough to
go round the bunch?"
Oestall River Sawmill
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
LUMBER FOR SALE,
JAMES A. BROWN, Proprietor.
.. 55. CHIEFTAIN..
DAILY   BETWEEN
PRINCE RUPERT and PL ESSINGTON
Sundays Included
Leaves prom
Cunningham's Wharf
at 10:00 a.m.
l-i'iivi's Thursdays nt 7!80 n.in. and e<
with tlie Kii]H*rt City
nuoctB
SINGLE FARE	
.$1.50
ROUND TRIP	
?,���)(!
Tickets on sale at the Essington
Hotel, McArthur's~Eu]porium, Cunningham's store anil Caledonian
Hotel office. Port Essington. Connects with boats in Skeena river
trade.
CanMian Pacific Railway
BRITISH COLUMBIA
COAST STEAMERS
Prom Port Essington
K O It
Vancouver, Victoria,
Seattle, Tacoma
George Hayes
Importer and  Dealer in the
tiueet brands <>f
Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco
COAST   PAPERS
ALWAYS OX HAND.
Pool Rooms & Barbershop
Attached.
IT IS A FACT WORTH
MENTIONING THAT
AL'S QUICK LUNCH
PORT ESSINOTON, B. C,
SERVES
THE VERY BEST MEAL IN TOWN
ONLY PLACE EMPLOYING
ALL WHITE LABOR
WE MAKE COFFEE
..Boscowitz Steamship Co..
(wmited)
Ss. VADSO
Ss. ST. DENiS
Weekly Sailings Between
Victoria,  Vancouver, and
Northern B. C. Ports,
For particulars address
JOHN BARNSLEY & CO.,
Victoria, B. C.
EVANS,  COLEMAN .& EVANS,
Vancouver,   B.    C.
Launch "STRONGHEART"
Leaves Cunningham's Wbari every
duyfor following Railroad Camps;
Keith's,   McDonald's,   Antonelli's,
Sbady's,   Smith  Bros.,   Dan
Stewart's, Aug. Stewart's,
and McLeod's.
FRANK A. DEWAR, Agent
i'. p. Employment agency, dufferin
STREET
Hicks & Lovick Piano Co.
(LIMITED)
1204   Douglas   Street,
VICTORIA, B. C,
Victor Talking Machines,
Pianos and Organs.
W. G. CONNON.
DEALER ItJ
Cigars, Tobacco,
Soft Drinks, &c.
POOL ROOMS ATTACHED.
Graphophones and Records
FOR SALE.
Cor. Hazleton   and   Dufferin   Sts.,
Port  Essington.
E. H. HICKS BEACH
Notary Public
Real Estate and
Insurance Agent
1AN0S STAKED
FARMS FOR SALE
R. CUNNINGHAM & SON, Ltd.
PURE MANILA ROPE
A large lmport'consignmont has just be reoeived
direct from tho Old Country. This rope will be
found to be of a inucji superior quality to any ever
brought to this coast,
Galvanized Iron
A BIG IMPORT ORDER TO HANI)
TOILET SETS
FIRST-CLASS FARE    $18.00
SECOND-CLASS FARE      10.00
Including Meals and Berth
; Secure  information   as  to  sailing
| and tickets from
! A. J. MATHESON, Agt., N. Side Dufferin
I Opp. Jackson Building
We have just received a large
shipment of Toilet Sets, in
both ten and five piece sets.
This consignment embraces a
large variety of styles and dee-
orations, and will be put on
sale at prices "that will attract.
WALKOVER SHOES
Are still the favorites with all
good dressers, who desire to
combine neatness and oomfort
with honest wear.
The CANADIAN LADY has
become so firmly established
as Tin* shoe for women that it
now takes prooedenco over all
other brands.
R. CUNNINGHAM & SON, Ltd.
PORT ESSINCTON AND  HAZLETON, B. C.
... E.   EBY &  COMPANY...
KITSUMKALUM, B. C.
General - Dealers
A First=Class Hotel also
Adjoining the Premises
A Good Point at Which to Outfit Erom for the Interior.
In traveling up the Skeena make this your
HEADQUARTERS.
=-= THE ==
...ROYAL BANK...
OF CANADA i ,NC0R^ATBD I ��ffi&DE MONTREAL
CAPITAL, PAID DP $4,600,000
RESERVE FUND $5,300,000
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
TRANSACTED
CAI.I, ON  OB  ADDRESS
L H. HICKS BEACH, Hazelton, B. C
Subscribe for The Loyalist and
keep posted on affairs ^at home.
The paper is devoted to the interests of Essington and vicinity, and
will be essentially a local paper.
CAVINI��C   RANK   HFPARTIMFNT*   Deposits of $1.00 nnd upwards received and interest
O/WlllUo   DAIlIX   ULIAMIYILI'"".   at the highest current rate. Xo delay n withdrawing
(lIMWiMI*.   RV   MAN-   Deposits may be made and withdrawn by mail. Pull particulars will
DAIilllilV   DI   lYIAIL.   be gladly given by letter regarding all departments,
ONE HUNDRED BRANCHES and AGENCIES tt-SSttSSSS wW"
S. A. NVORLEY, Manager Port Essington Branch
Stop at Hotel Northern
When in Port Simpson, B. C.
Under new management.    Has  been thoroughly refitted and
refurnished, and now affords every comfort and convenience.
E. W."RICHARDS, Prop., (formerly with Ss. Camosun)
DR. QUINLAN,
The Pioneer Dentist,
A   AVENUE,
PRINCE RUPHKT,   B.   O.
FOR SALE.
A complete set of DuBarry-^20
volumes���new and uncut.   For par"-   *
ticulars apply at       This Office.
V /
A
nati Widows and Old Men's home.
The passing of time has brought
privation and sorrow to them.
Cheeks which once blossomed with
roses are now wrinkled and wan.
The tired old eyes gleam pathetically beneath the silvered hair;
the feet falter, the hands tremble,
but the age-worn bodies bear hearts
that will ever be young.
In the sunset of their lives these
eleven girls���they're girls in heart
and spirit, if not in years���would
gladden the remaining days of life,
and they plan to spread joy among
themselves, to live again the happy, care-free day of a girlhood that
has come anew. Mrs. Sarah (iott.
who will be 90 years old the last of
June, and who will have a big birthday party to celebrate it, is president of this Sunshine club.
Have your shoes repaired neatly
at Shade's shoe shop, opp. postoffice.
Holland's new royal babe has
been named Juliana Louise Emma
Marie Wilhelniina, but when slug-rows up she'll marry a mere man.
and then it'll be, "Hey, there, Lou!"
ARRAIGNS VANCOUVER COUNCIL
Prominent Minister Accuses Them of Aid-
ing the Employers' Association in
Fighting Organized Labor
l [Vancouver World]
Rev. Dr. H. W. Fraser delivered
a stirring sermon at the First Presbyterian church a week ago on the
subject of ''Altruism; or, How to
Help the Other Fellow."
This was the third of a series of
addresses on .sociological subjects,
which the reverend gentleman has
delivered, and in this last sermon
In pointed out the lack of faith
and fellow feeling whieli exists in
the present age. He explained, to
an audience which be made sit up
and take notice, how, by exercising
a little more faith ahd consideration for mankind in general and
with individuals they may come in
contact with in particular, they
will not only emulate the example
set them by their Savior, but also
prevent a great deal of friction and
ill feeling which now exists, especially where the employer and employe are concerned.
"1 believe," he said, "that there
is a strong influence being exerted
in the city council here to help the
Employers' association break up
tho labor unions. Evidences of
such a movement have cropped out
at times innumerable, and the attempted introduction of the contract system on the part of the city,
the declaration on the part of the
Employers' association in favor of
the open shop, and the lack of enthusiasm and support given the X-
hour day, all go to point to an attempt of bow to get the best of the
laboring man. To that, and to the
selfishness of both the individual
and the church,, where the other I
fellow is concerned, do I attribute
the existence of anarchism and
other isms. Christ gave himself
for the public:1)), the harlot and
the sinner, and if we are able to
help the  other  fellow we must es-
toVilinVi V.ilti, .'ii (I,,, l,;,������i������, ,-.{!��� I \TOTICt)is berebygiven thai, thirty days alter
taOllSn t.lltil 111 the Kingdom OI trOd IN Die rtnto of this pulrlintillott. I, .l.'V. I'.vr
and show more of the spirit of the : pisoM, Intend turorikenpiilfeiitiontpthoSuper-
.. ,, r i micii.lciit "i Hi." I'n.vinci.'ii Police fora ronew-
"\a/.arene. Inlnimy retail lhjuor license fur-the premises
  . | know ;. mm the Dig Canyon ll.'ioi, situate ui Kii-
*          I sulas. 1!, ���*!., for six mmiths from July 1,1001).
CHICAGO BANKERS WON'T GET LEFT    J   Mil,,, ,,���,, ���'��� ��;��� lYmi���k c.
"Get Money Honestly, if You Can; but Gel take notice, timi i, si-raji kihby, intend to
,, ..it..... I '    rrtiike application thirty days after date lo
Money,   Is* Their Motto ;:i,i.s.,i,c,*i1ir:.acn..,' iy,,vuic1mi i*pFice,.|or������
A recent press dispatch uncover
McArthur's Emporium has just
received 500 pounds of Weyman's
Copenhagen snuff.
CHURCH SERVICES.
Methodist Church.��� Rev. H. C.
Freeman, pastor. Morning service
11 ii. in. Sunday school 2 p.m.
Evening sermon, 7:30.
St. .John's Church���Rev. W. F.
Rushbrook, rector. Morning service, 11 o'clock. Sunday school 2
p. in.    Evening service 7 o'clock.
The regular Salvation Army services are held by   Adj.  Blackburn.
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICES
NOTICE i* hereby given that, thirty days alter
the dale of this publication. I, II. .1. Me-
Iii.nki.i., intend l" make application lothe Superintendent oi Provincial I oliee for u renew..1
of niv retail liquor licence for llic premise;
known ns the "���'ssingtoii lintel, situate nl I'orl
Ksslngtolii IS. <'., for six months from .Infv I.
moil. R.J. McDONELL.
Mily II, l��)0. I'orl Bssiiurton, H. C.
ington
^^^^^^^^^^^^      (European  Plan)
Cafe Service Best in the Northwest
R. J. McDONELL, Proprietor
The leading hotel in northern British Columbia, elegantly equipped to meet the requirements of a fastidious public, and commanding .a superb view of the approaching
steamers.
Hot and cold baths at all hours. Baggage
transferred from all incoming and to all
outgoing boats.
Headquarters for Alaska, Yukon and Ingenika Tourists
ASK FOR
VICTOR! A=PH(ENIX
Lager!
QUEEN'S HOTEL
PORT   ESSINGTON,   B.  C.
The only First-Class Hotel north of Vancouver,
CUISINE IS UNSURPASSED
ACCOMMODATIONS EQUAL TO ANY HOUSE IN NORTHWEST
Baggage  transferred   to  and from hotel.
Large Sample Rooms for Traveling Men.    :   :    Hot and Cold Baths
MRS.  S.   KIRBY,   PROPRIETRESS
LAND PURCHASE NOTICES.
���renewal of life i'iiIhH IKjuor (icense from lintel
[ Caledonia  (biirul down) to   the (new)  Hotel
1 Caledonia, situate nt I'orl  Esslugloh, a. c., j.,
, iny own name only, for six innntiin l'nini rfttlv
the peculiar  methods  pursued bv i '���''���'"'���'.���     , susan ktkhy,
	
I'orl I'ssiugtoh, it. C.
FORESHORE LEASE NOTICES
i'."i~i Land District��� Districtof Skeena
TaKcl notice, tl.nl Annus McAlislcr, of ('lax-
Chicago bankers. Maurice Etosen-
feld and Bernard Rosenbergs to
whom Peter Van Vlissingen, forger
Of more than a mi I Hon in mortgages, alleges lie confessed his j . ,
�� ~ D ton. occupation mechanical engineer, intends
crimes four years  before his public   io ilp.'piyfoi' pennis'sTon to leasi the follow-
admission of guilt, appeared before|i"'fd0^1'Ibf ���<"VS|,"'I':
��        ���    lx j    t onufieiicliig-al a post planted on the ftbutli
court  to   make    answer    in   bank-  aide oi l'orehor  Island   Peninsula, about 2%
tuptcyproceedings. M*1* 5'-Ul",1 !"  " -���" """>"'''>' <'">'<���'""
r    J r a from  Cape  George;  thenee 28   cnains  along
Villi Vlissengen  declared that in   shot* Inn hr/rtherly direction.
1904 Rosenfeld, then cashier of the \   ,   .,.,.��� *N0��� ���*!! )''lsTK!i-
!   April!), 1'iuii                             (5-1)
now defunct Chicago National bank \ ����� ~ ��������������*    ��?������
and   Rosenberg,   brother-in-law of       OtfastLarfd iMstrlct���District of Sktrehn
the latter, discovered   that several     Tnfce'fiatifc'i, iitdt Angus sre'/dister; (it ciax-
., .    i    m ��� , ,. I Ion. occupation  iiiecliiinle.il engineer, Intends
thousand dollars in mortgages they !���,,���,;���,. forportiifggion to feast (ho following
had  secured   from  him   yfere   for- describedI foVcshofe!
t;. i    c'om'inftiieln'n at a posl plautedoh thesoulh
gOTlOS.' I ,,���! iff rji/,,1,, ih fslfttid, nbout 8 inil'csdlsltinl
"I offered then to go before the [<<"> westerly direction frbm the wesl side of
,   , , . . | ICi uilodv Islaiict] tli.'iiee IS eln.i'hs .iloim sin.r
state's   attorney   ���"������l   ' '
skt'i'im Land District���ntstrlet of Coast,
TAKK NOTICE ilnii Cecil,!. Pavntor, ofTor-
I onto,Ontario, oceiipiitlon ilcii.iitinciii.il man-
skeeim i.mii.I District���District of Const,        nger, ititi'iids lo npply for permission  to pur-
TAKE  NOTICE that f, Hilton (Irecii of Van-  ch,UN! tbo '"HuwlnK described lands:
eoiivec, occup-ation laborer, intend to apply for     '''""mei.cing at  n posl planted at head of
permission to run base Ihe following described i ����yjlti��luth .'lid of Present island A nark-
.,,1(lsj ; cd ('..!, i'nyiiler's   X.   K.  curlier:   thence   wesl
Commencing at a post planted at the south- \ "���j0'u' aiehnimsto beach; thflnee following
ivesl eorueiof DlsfHcl Lot 2078, thence south 80 l,0,"'h around Southern end of promonotoiy
Cains to.he sni.thcast corner,! ^rl.l^llt^^m^m^oTl^mT^^ """
.171,   llielico  enst I'll ehnlns,   Miches   north   80 el-cil   |  PAYNTKH
chains, Ihence west 10 elniiys  lo li.e  poll,! oi j \y  W.'oUltKB, Age,,,.
commencement. MILION ..uhl-.V Dated Dec. It 1908,
.'.I rll II',, Hill'.' Peril. \. BOSS. Agt.
Skeenn Lnnd  His!, let-District of Const        i        Ske��"l Land lastriel-llistrict ol Const.
Notice is hereby   given1   thai   1, Robert M.      TAKE Notice Mini Henry N.  Phillips, of
Hums, Prospector/oi Port KsMngloii, B. ('., in- ��� Vancouver, occupation accountant, intends to
| lend io apply ii; (he lion. Chief ComtalsslOner I "PP])' u"' Permission lo purchase the following
of Lands nnd Weils for permission id purchase ' described hinds:
the following described piece ol lalid, slthate I Commencing at a post planted nt the horth
in Skeenn Uiver District, range .'., on Ihe right ! ''"ll '/'' "" '"hind ofl Stephen Island in channel
bank di the Skeenn rivdr, thrce-'iunrter lniles hetlVecfl Prcseotl and StcpHeu Islands, and
'i.irili oi I'liillipscreek.' Connueiiciilgnta'post marked 'I N Phillips' initial posl; thence
nlnniiMl l.v side of .1. D. 'Veils' liorlhensi tforner   "'urftiig south about on chains, taking in the
.... ,  ������,,    . ��� ., ���    .,     whole l.-lnnd.
postl ilicnec west �����' i'biiins; llienee ilortli  Uli ftliXRV N    pmmiN
chains j'thence eftSt 95 chiiiifs to banl: of fiver; ...  ..' '.,
llieneeKonili .'in ehnlns by (be meandering of   Dated Dec. 12. P.iii8. ''"'''        ''
ihc fiver to post of commencement, contain- I ������  ��� >.        ���     , h
Apiil 12, 10(10
AMIl'S .McALIS'l'KK
J AND PURCHASE NOTICES;
Skeena Land Disirni -Dlstrlcl ol Const.
thai   I'dward  ("ouke, "I Prince
^^^^^^^^^^^^ and confess,  and
take   my   punishment,"   Said   Van
Vlissengen:   "They said that what I
they wanted  was their   money;    1
told them   1   could   not get it only
by    cheating   still     oilier   people.
they  Said   they did not  want to! ���T",i':"';i       .      .  ,
i , , T . Uupcrt,occupation pi.wderman, intends Map-
near HbOUt h'JW   I.  got ,t; the point   ply for per;nissibn lo p'lirehftsfi Ihe following
with them was that I was to eefc it ;'loyt('il"''1 lB,lds: ,
T . , .       .       ,, B ',    Cotrinielifcing at   a pbst planted at the sotlth-
SO 1 continued forging." j ivesteoriierpfSuthorlaild'sprc-'empUol), being
Rftthbf Uliique   and   lligh'ly bfie- ' '"y ';,""""1M  corner,  running   southerly -to
ir.nl ;���  tl.iu   1,.,,,1-V.   ,, ,,ti,��i""       n    "hHins.fhence westerly 40 chains. theHCe normal IS thlg   banks  method   ,n  re-  Ul0fiy ,��, {,Miil��, thunro easterly 40 chains to
COUptng losf-.cs sustained by forger-  pSifitoi eommcncembnl.: .
ies, where the iunk ofbeers connive I kuvvahii CLARKE
at   the   commission   of   ihe   sum.', j   i^i.'..'M'-'"!! a >'';^!'.0;J|^:X'y';s' *p\_
crime b\* which they   were cheated I     ..
i ���  . ���;,     . .     .   ,      ���>     """KwamtlU M-.ee.'.t Lnnd  Dis ret ���District ofl'oast
to gaiil their end, ,,!,.;. >������_,���,,. , . , , i,
�� _^j^^__ 1..KL ..O'DCK tha.tl  ,l*ll!'iiet,foliiislone, of
' * ' Piiiice itnpert, peculation hatt'hery,employe,
Organize  Sunshine Club |'"^nd to" apply.for permission tcl purchaSo the
ing 10(1 acre's more or less.
IIOHKlif 41, Bt'I.'XS, LocalOr.
Per JABtiZ k. ASHJTAX, Agent
April \.\, I'.KHI.
Skeenn Land District���Blstrlol ol COast,
TAKK NOTICE that Joseph .Inrdine. of Vancouver, n. c, oeciipniii.'n engineer, Intends to
apply for permissfon to purchase the fallowing
Skeena Land nistrlct-Distriet.of Cassiar     j-'cominencing"^ a'post planteH on the north
lake "otic Elm   l. Prank P. fel. Amour of  slde0, su.,,.,,.,, island, about 80 chains wesl
fort Essington,'II C, ocfluprtllon engineer, in-   i,.��� �����,_  ,.,.,,,���,.,  v   ����� .
,������.,.      St.,     ,'    ��� . , ,    i '    '" ""'��� ''" s -N-  '������ loonier, and  marked
lend to app.y tin permission to purchase the    i,,.,,,.], i,.s,u,,.,-��� m   l-. ,
��� ���,..,,,, .losepn jaruine s x. B. corner   thenee south 80
(ollowins described lands: chains; nee west ttf beachf thenee following
Commencing at a post  planted on the south   ���������.,, t��� p,,i,,t ���f commence,,,. ,���..���������! .������tnin-
bunk of Cunnlnghaiii creek, about 2'i miles   ing about 81) acres mote or less.
from Skeenn rirer, in u Westerly direction, nnd j .IOSKP/1 .1.1 fuilN'l'.
mai'Kcd "i*.  li, SI. A.   J>". K.." thenco south 20 w. \v. Ci.ahkk, \genl
ehnlns, theilde wesl 20 ehnlns, thenee north 20 i Dated Dec. II, i:!(ih.
ehnins to bunk ..''  creek,   Ihence east along
i.nnk of ci'eek to place of corAmencemont,eoi
ininfng 10acres mbre or less.
PRANK II. ST: AMOi'K.
^f'l}��� u, vm
.-.< .SCI    . ..   ,.,-yv.T.-J     .      ... -��� v       ..-r.
Skeena Lnnd nintrlct���Dislrlet ofCoASt.
TAkE NOTICE llinl Cieorgc K, Parry, of Van-
coilvcr, JB. Co occupation hotel-keeper, lfitends
j to ajiply for permission topurchitde the follow-
i ing described lands.
Skeflha Land Dlstrlcl -District of Coast, Rang 6 Cdmmeiicing at a posl planted on the north
Take notice that 1, Charlo*Fredrick Lslleuiand N* ����" '��I����'' '" ""' '���>>��"1"'1 tnmAnS be-
of Dominie'n Cnhneif, B. <'., oecpa.lon store- ; ^ PreS&ttand Stephen JslfthaS.ftlid mark-
keeper, ielHnl to apply for permission to pur- , -' 0^vge E. Inrry s Initta post- (MUM n.n-
ehasetin.following deserlBs^anasI       ' ! ����'"-' sm"'1 "|:"m    '   ��Wa��. ,"k'"*? ,n llu'
,   ,, ,,,,���, ���,,.,,, t,,-,,,,    whole Island, and containing WO acres more or
Commenting at a post planted aitnostrutn-   ^.
  '--������-' -���������- ��� -    ..A-^-.���  i OEbROB  V.. l'AKltY.
W. w ri.AitKK, Agent.
D"e. II.  IIW
wtM0 hafida ' ii- * ida&flaajBoito
west corner of Lot 27: thenee north 'to ehnins,
ihence west 8u Chains,  Ihence soittllSO ehnins I
more or less to the beach; thenee enst nloni' Ihe    Da
shore lo polnl of, tliirlmSticemonti Containing "���""���
���140 acres mo'to or less. Skeena Land District-  District of Coa t
CHARLES FREDRICK LALLEltlAXI)':
Per Ai.kxani.bi! Xonl.l:, Ag. fit.
May ���"', lonn .I-22
1    1   h       ,'."  f"   i,i. I 'v    11- CfcjMi
LAND LEASE NOTICE
Skeena Land Dlstriet���District of Skeena
Take notice, that John Flewin of Port Simp-
on,H. C, occupation mill owner, intends to
apply  for permission  to lease the  following
described IhoiI :
Commencing at a post planted at high-water
mark (post marked ".I. F.'s n. e. cor.), on J.
Klewin's land (routing on Port Simpson harbor;
thence west :i".0 feet to low-water mark; thence
along low-water mark south BO degrees east 875
feet; ihence along low-water mark north 62 decrees east 2j0 feet; thence north (Ast.) 100 feet
to high-water mark, containing six (6) acres
more or less.
JOHN FLEWIN.
Dated March 12, 1909 3-27
HOTEL PREMIER,
PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
European and American Plan
RATES $1.00 TO $3.00.
NO   EXTRA    CHAROB    POR   HOT   BATHS.
ELECTRIC LIGHTED.
Hot and  cold  running water on
every floor.
Union Steamship Co.
(LIMITED,
Fast, New Steel Built
Steamer
"CAMQSUN"
Leaves Port Essington
Every Saturday Night for Vancouver
Northbound,
Leaves Vancouver Every Thursday
at 9 o'clock P. M.
This is the only steamer on the
Northern British Columbia, route
fitted with double bottom and steel
bulkheads. For passage and further particulars apply to
MORROW & FRIZZELL, Pt. Esslngtrn
E. B. EDWARDS,
Contractor and Builder,
OFFICE AM) STORE WORK
A  SPECIALTY.
Dufferin Street, opposite Morrow.":   PrlzKcill.
GEORGE H.   WYATT,
DK.M.KH IN
WALL PAPER!
PAINTS, 4c.
Dufferin Street, -   Port Kssiivgton
MORROW & FRIZZELL,
Port Essington, B.C.
BUTCHERS!
���~And-
PROVISION DEALERS.
Vegetables, Green Groceries, Fruits,
skeena Latid District���District of Cb'ast.
TAKEKOTICI" Hint Cfliirlottl Olenn.bfVan-
I convei', I!. 0., oVcii|.,'liioi] liousewife, Intends to
1 n|>|>lj' tor bcrtnlsslori to (iutchasS the tollowing
del rilic.l landsi
Ci.'iiiiueiicliiKatipoJt planted 011 tlie north
Tnhe notice that  liernilr.i I.elieli itoHHsall ol   SWe ol Stephtli Islaiid, aUblll 80 clliiiilS west of j ,. 11
LARGE rlTOCK OF MEATS
ALWAYS OK HAND)
\Ve alr-o inake a specialty of
aandling and forwarding freight
from our large new  Warehouse  to
Victoria, n, p..  o'ceiipatlrin,  Master hiariiicr,
inteiiils lo npply for jiermissioii  i;. purchase
the following deserlbed luntlsl
\V. P. Snec's Jfi E; eoriier. aild marked ciinr-
loile OlOnll 8 X. W. corner: tlienicfi Soiiili an
eliiiins; ilienc'e enst 10 chatnsl ihence north to
CpirlllicnelriJ .it 11 |.ost (tiahted Imm'eiliAtely   Wach and Follrrwlng Beach around I...V to riiiiiit
j following described lands
' I    Ciiiiiiiieneinirat a post plnnte'l ncHrthe*north*
Eleven   Cincinnati   (Ohio) tjirls !c4< '"r��er..i'hsh.-ry -cervo ���i r..ife.-t-.- i.Jii;",      , 	
1 , . !��� 1   ,      v-      theneS'east about 20 chains to the southwest  north df the ndrlhwest edrhef oi Jas. Watta  olcommfencement, and  containing  B�� acn
nave lOrmert a bnnsiljne club.    NO-  ccr'nor of Lot m, tlioncfc'norili 80 chain's to the  pSircJinab, Kiindis IslSnctj Jtasiett's Ihiot, Q.C;   acres morb or less,
Islib-e of Lakelse Lake, thencfl foliawina shore llsls.i  thenco  east   forty  Mil)  chains!   thenee CHARLOTTE GLENN
W w. Clarke, Agenl
Dated Dee. 11, pniK.
*;hil)o;   Startling   in  that.   ^'l)U   Sfl-V. lfl*'<-rro.0-,-f'akclpe r.ake, thence foliowing shore jlsls.j theuee east  forty fin) chains.
I,   ,  1. , .11+1 ���  1" "    I "tie to boundary line of fishery reserve, thence  north to shore Uriel thence along shore line to
_:.>ll j listen     all these girls are over | s;���;ti, t(, potnt ,,{ commencement, coutalhlng I point of eoramencement.and contalumg ..boni
SO years old. ^H ^HIH
m, . ,',    ,,.    . moiin iiuccK Johnstone, *     her.vaud lkjtch joh.vson,
i hey are inmates of the Oincin-1
an points.
CASCADE LAI'N'DRY.
' I     <r>ril Id. Usui
Niurteot Apnlieant
Nl Here
)J��le<) Dee. "4. tWis
(8-20)
Lbcatbr.
Laundry fot the Cascade) Vati'
couver, will be sen! doAvn on each
trip of the str.   Rupert, Thursdays,
 ��� land will leave  Vancouver on  tho
Headquarters for Leekie boots. I Rowing Thursday by the Camo-
McArthur's Emporium
I sun
A. L.ANo, Atjent ADDITIONAL LOCAL MATTER
DISTANCE AND FARE ON SKEENA RIVER
FROM
PORT ESSINGTON i.k ABERDEEN
IT THE RIVER TO
XII.RS
12
35
I'-'
SO
.Vi
��0
70
7.*.
7S
SO
110
VlU
140
in
165
lfin
165
no
Telegraph Point.
llole-iu-tlui.Wnll.
OrHveyai'.l Point.
Lakelse 	
Neidbart's	
Kitsuinkalini,,,,,
Little Canyon.
Stewart's 	
Copper City	
KitsalHS ('anyon
Lorne Croek   	
.Mflim.kil.ee.hi
Kitw.lligah   	
Au.liiuaill
1)1.1 k'iui.|ik|H..
New Kitscukla..
Mcintosh	
Hit/..'lion	
F.I UK
?1 .VI
:i fttl
,r. .".ii
!i no
11 m
VI M
II .".n
).". ."n
JO Ml
III .Ml
17 no
17 50
More Farmers Are Coming
Information has been received by
the Loyalist to the effect that a
party consisting of five gentlemen,
all of whom are practical farmers
of long and varied experience in
coast farming, will arrive in British Columbia about the middle of
the present month for the purpose
of investigating conditions in the
Skeena valley. If the land in this
particu Jar section meets the requirements of the special lines in
which they desire to engage, these
men will bring their families and
build homes.
This party comes from southern
Washington and northern Oregon,
and is but the vanguard of a much
larger company of agriculturists
who will, if reports are favorable,
follow within the course of the
present year.
The Loyalist has no hesitancy in
saying that, from the success attained by those who have already
secured land in the Skeena district.
there certainly is no more favored
spot, for agricultural purposes in
the northwest, and all who come
to British Columbia will receive a
hearty welcome.
 .   0.   .	
Announcement
The Prince Rupert Pantitorium
has opened a branch at Hays' cigai
store, and any work in the lino ol
cleaning, pressing or tailoring will
be promptly and satisfactorily attended to if sent to us. Ladies'
wearing apparel a specialty. Wi
are also agents for tlie Twentieth
Century Co. and Coppley, Noys it
Randall, the two leading tailoring
firms in Canada.
Sunday excursions on the river
are being liberally patronized. Last
Sunday a number of Essingtonians
visited Prince Rupert, while tin
various camps up the river received
their fair share of attention.
Fit-Reform
A visit to the Fit-Reform Wardrobe will convince one of the superiority of these genuine hand-tailored garments over the ordinary
ready-made clothes.
Kit-Reform leads, others try to
imitate. Spring 1909 styles just
in.   North Coast Commercial Co.,
Limited.
 1 . ���* i    ������
Jackson's new building is now
completed, ami its several storerooms are rapidly filling up with
various stocks.
Bookmen, miners' and surveyors'
boots.   McArthur's Emporium.
Tommy got a spanking. "Mamma." he sobbed, "did your mamma
whip you when you was little'.'"
"Yes;   when   I   was   naughty."
"And did her mamma whip her
when she was little.'"'
"Yes, Tommy."
And was she whipped, too, when
She was little?"
"Yes.    Why���"
"Well, who started this business,
anyway
You Will Save Money
Be Well and Smartly Dressed
By Wearing
fit=reform
suits
See the    d^r (\f\
suits at   3>4D*\J\J
These are the suits which are well known to give the Best Satisfaction to the niiDi who desires to invest his money wisely and
well.    Headquarters for these well known suits at the
Spring - and - Summer - Hats - and - Gaps
\Ve have a select line of Men's, Boys' and Children's Hats for summer
wear at remarkably low prices. Men's and Boys' Cups in beautiful
plaids, blue serges and waterproof materials at from 2oc to if2.00
North Coast Commercial Company, Limited
SOME DAINTY DISHES
Twi.v Mountain Muffins.-Cream
j-cup butter, add gradually -J-eup
sugar, 1 well beaten egg, sift *2 cups
flour and 2 heaping teaspoons baking powder together and add to
first mixture alternately with one
cup of milk; bake in hot buttered ;
gem pans for 30 minutes.
sugar, ^-teaspoon salt. Cook the
prunes in boiling water until tender, pass through sieve; beat whites
till stiff, add sugar, lemon juice
and salt; carefully fold in prune
pulp, pile lightly on a buttered
baking dish, bake 30 minutes in
modern oven; serve with whipped
cream.
Canned Coh.n* Pudding.���Mix 1
can corn with 4 beaten eggs, add 1
cup milk, 1 tablespoon sugar, 1 tablespoon butter, season of salt and
pepper; turn into a buttered making dish and bake until it is firm.
It should he brown on top.
Leckie boots���all kinds, all sizes
McArthur's Emporium.
Now doth the onion green come
forth���of summer welcome token;
thy baffling breath makes wife believe her husband's pledge unbroken.
Ciikam Cookies. ��� Cream   j^-cup
butter, gradually add   1 cup sugar,
1 well  beaten   egg, {-cuy> cream, 2
teaspoons    ground   ginger,   4-tea- j
spoon salt, 2 teaspoons baking pow-1
der and  flour  to  roll.    Chill, roll
on a floured board  as thin as possible,  using  a  small  part  of the I
dough at a time.    Cut  into shape, J
bake in moderate oven.
Now there is a dance called the
Suffragette, probably a ladies chain
will figure in it.
Westmoreland Soup.���Put 3 (its.
stock into soup pot; add ��-lb. lentils, well washed, let come to boil;
cut up a turnip and carrot, 2 onions and piece of celery, put all in
soup; add cup canned tomatoes,
simmer 2 hours, strain and return
to pot; mix in a basin tablespoon j
each flour and butter, season salt
and pepper, with 1 cup milk; pour,
all in and stir till it boils, when it
is ready.
Prune Souffle.���Two cups of
stoned and chopped prunes. -J-ctvp
boiling water, tablespoon lemon
juice, whites .". eggs, 2 tablespoons
To Lovers of Flowers
R. Cunningham & Son have now
in stock a shipment of Farnhani
Greenwarc flower pots and jarde-
nieres direct from the pottery, and
those who take an interest in
flowers and window gardening have
now the opportunity of purchasing
something quite new in this line.
This is the first time this ware has
ever been offered in British Columbia.
This is the season of the year
for Oxfords; light and cool, as well
as correct in style. For those who
are following the tendency of fashionable dressers, we are offering a
tan and patent leather, with brass
buttons and buckles, in the famous
Walk-Over, as well as a black and
tan in dainty last for those of more
conservative taste.
The Loyalist for home news.
WE HAVE JUST 0PENE0 FOR BUSINESS
WITH A COMPLETE STOCK OF
Groceries, Boots, Shoes
and Gents' Furnishings
SEE OUR LINE OF LADIES' FURNISHINGS
That the Ladies of Essington fully appreciate the importance of a well-equipped Millinery Establishment right
here at home, is evidenced by the liberal patronage which
"The Rest-a-While Store" has received. We have endeavored to merit it, and we think we have.
In addition to our superbly outfitted Millinery Department the ladies
of Essington and vicinity will find a newly selected stock of Women's
Furnishings embodying all the latest patterns and designs in Silk and
Not Waists, Costumes, Cravonettes and Raincoats, etc., and to which
we call special attention.
MRS.   S.   FRIZZELLS
"THE REST-A WHILE STORE"
Corner Dufferin and Wharf Siroets.:    : Port Essington, B. C.
J. W. PATERSON
Kitselas Canyon, B. C.
General Merchandise
Groceries,  Provisions. Miners,
Prospectors and Settlers' Supplies
CONSTANTLY  ON HANI)
FirstCIass Hotel lZia COQnection' ^^^y^^-
to the traveling public.    Rates if2 a day
Drink
Corby's
Rye Whiskey
IF YOU WANT THE BEST
MATURED AS WHISKEY SHOULD BE���
"SMOOTH  AND MELLOW"
"ASK THE MAN"
R. S. SARGENT
HAZELTON, B. C.
General Merchandise, Miners,
and Prospectors' Supplies, Etc.
k
Prospectors, miners and .settlers will find this store fully equipped
with everything necessary in their particular calling, and[should remember that we are prepared to furnish complete outfits, no matter
how small or how large.
���'I hope you were a good little
boy while at auntie's, and didn't
tell any stories."  said his mother,
'Only the one you put me up to,
ma."
''Why,what do you moan, child?"
"When she asked me to have a
second piece of cake, I said. "No, I
thank you; I've had enough. And
it was bully cake,    dec!"
Harrison, Campbell & Mills
Company, Ltd.
DRUGGISTS   SUNDRIES
"Why'did you kick that dog?"
"Cos 'es" mad, 'c 'is." "'How do you
know he's mad?" "Well, wouldn't
you be mad  if somebody'd kicked
vcr, say:
��������
RAILWAY TltS WAMED
���f"
NOEL & WARD
The undersigned is prepared to
make contracts on behalf of the
G. T. P. railway for delivery of
quantities of railway ties alongside
of right of way now under construction east of Prince Rupert. Address
Kodaks, Films and Photo Supplies
Big line  always on hand
Send in your orders
Read The Loyalist and get all the
home news.
HARRISON. CAMPBELL & MILLS CO.
(Limited)
DRUGGISTS
JACKSON BUILDING
DUFFERIN ST.
FSSINGTON. B. C.      IF. CRANDELL. G.T.P. Office. Prince Rupert: Prescriptions carefully compounded

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