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Array THE  WEATHER
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VOL.11, NO. 127
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Wednesday, June 7, 1911.
Price Five Cents
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CECITY
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MANY FAMILIES
ARE HOMELESS
Fire at Calumet, Quebec, Destroys Seventeen Houses and
Does Big Damage.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Calumet, Que., June 7.���Twenty
two families, comprising oyer 100
nun. women and children are
homeless as the result of a fire
ai the residence of Timothy < ioyer.
Before ii burned out the fire
destroyed seventeen houses in which the families lived. The damage
exceeds S20.000.
COAL FAMINE IN
THE K00TENAYS
Government Has Summoned
an Arbitration Board to Deal
with the Dispute.
(Canadian I'ress Despatch)
Winnipeg, June 7.���The coal
[amine in the southeastern part t>f
British Columbia and Alberta has
ri. rlul an acute stage. The
Government has summoned an
arbitration board to deal with
ilu- dispute, ami end the deadlock
il possible.
Ten Hours Late
Mr. J. 11. Rogers, steamship
agent, received a telegram today
stating the S.S. Camosun would
rot arrive here from Vancouver
until Saturday morning, ten hours
behind her usual time.
Fruit, pure ice cream, pot plants,
etc., are sonic of thc things you
c;in net at Mrs. Shrubsall's new
���tore un Fulton street, next door
t'| Wallace's. lt
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MR. CHAS. M. HAYS, President of the Grant! Trunk Pacific Railway, who visits
the city today in connection with the G, T. P. assessment question.
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MR. E. J. CHAMBERLIN, Vice-President antl General Manager of the G.
who accompanies Mr. Hays on his present visit to Prince Rupert
T. P.
IS SAVED FROM
THE GALLOWS
Gunner Allen is Found Guilty
of Manslaughter for Shooting
Captain Ellison.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Victoria, June 7. After having
lieen once found guilty of murder
antl grained a new trial, Gunner
Allen, who last August shot and
killed Captain Ellison, was this
morning found guilty of man-
slaughti r.
Hc will he brought up for sentence tomorrow.
BIG STORE IS
BURNED OUT
Hanover, Weaver & Wayne's
Store at Portland Destroyed���
Damage $200,000.
Portland, Ore., June /.���The
big department house of Hanover,
Weaver & Wayne was destroyed
by lire last night causing a loss
of $200,000. All the occupants
escaped. The cause of the fire
is not known.
ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
WANTED
The young men of I'rince Rupert need an athletic association
in the worst way. lf they want
to hold a meeting to discuss il
they will hc welcome to hold it
at Reilly's Bakery I.tinch.
BEST MARINE STATION ON
PACIFIC COAST IS RUPERT'S
Digby Island Marine Depot and Buoy Station Making
Fast Progress���H.   Killeen,  Dominion Govt.
Superintendent, is Well Satisfied
Progress with the Dominion
Government Marine Station over
���" Digby Island is excellent at
Present," said H. Killeen, Superintendent of Lighthouses and Aids
'" Navigation on these coasts.
' I am satisfied that Mr. Stedhatn
���nd hk assistants are making
good on the joh antl the work
'*** being well anil speedily done.
'��� wiH he a first rate joh. Prince
Ruperl can pride herself on having
*c besl marine station on the
Pacific Coast when the contract
'��� completed."
Ready by December
Mr. Killeen came, ashore with
Mr. I-, Jennings, resident engineer
i" lie Digby Island Works, who
'��� looking after the construction
Work as it progresses. Mr. G.
����lham who came up from Vic-
'""" to visit the work thc other
%. and has just returned south,
1 Very well pleased with tlie
P'ogress made. Before hc left he
���"tofoncd ihat the work would
"��� completed on time, and prob-
ab,y by lhe last week of December
'" ''"Iy in Junaary.    A number
.  ""'  laige  re-ii-forced
Piles to be used
1,,lVl "mi. up from Victoria where
'"> are being made by the
i11"" Process, and will shortly
"" In position.
Freight Pouring In
to and fro launch traffic proceeds
between Digby Island and Rupert. Bob Hanna who began
with the gasoline boat Rainbow
alone, has now three launches to
superintend, and a lot of scow-
work is being done. Altogether
there are now seventy men cm-
ployed on thc marine station contract, and there will hc as many
more before long.
BEVY OF NOTABLES DUE TO ARRIVE TODAY
Prince Rupert Has on Board Hon. Wm. Templeman, Mr. Chas. M. Hays, Mr. E. J.
Chamberlin, Mr. D'Arcy Tate and Capt. Nicholson- Vessel is Much
Later Than Usual in Arriving Today-Hon. Wm. Templeman Will Meet the Liberals Tonight
S.S. Prince Rupert at Sea
June, 6, 1911.
Hon. Wm. Manson, M.P.P.
Mayor Prince Rupert,
Messrs. Chamberlin, Tate,
and myself will be pleased to
meet yourself and council on
the arrival of the S.S. Prince
Rupert tomorrow, Wednesday, say at 4 p.m. to discuss
matters of mutual interest.
CHARLES. M. HAYS
Above is the wireless despatch
received last night by Mayor
Manson who slated this morning
that the preliminary meeting of
the council wjlh Mr. Hays woultl
be held this afternoon in the
police court  room, and  that   this
meeting would he a private one.
The Prince Rii|mti will bring
up   a   more   than    usually   well
known list of passengers today, all
of whom will be welcomed to the
city.
The coming of Mr. Charles M.
I lays and his will known lieutenant
E. J. Chamberlin has been widely
heralded. Their mission it is
generally understood is in connection with thc (irand Trunk
Pacific assessment. An opportunity may also he taken by the
party to make a trip up thc line.
Accompanying thc party will
bc Mr. D'Arcy Tate, counsel
for the G. T. P., who is well
known in Prince Rupert from his
previous visits, and Captain Nicholson, the manager of the steamship department for the company.
In addition to the railway magnates, there will be on board the
Prince  Rupert   thc Hon.  William
Templeman,  Minister of  Inland
Revenue antl Mines in the Federal
Government and member for Comox-Atlin, of which Piince Ruperl
is a portion.
Tonight while the railway magnates will be closeted with thc
ciiy fathers discussing questions
of assessment, Mr. Templeman
will meet with his followers in
the Mclntyre Hall, ami there
diacun the situation in the larger
sphere of national politics and
policies.
It i* quite a bevy of notables
that lhe Prince Rupert will have
on her quarter deck as she steams
into the harbor this afternoon.
Thc wireless telegraph stations
which keep iii communication wiih
lhc vessel on her way norlh state
that she will nol arrive until
nearly four in the al it moon.
FAVOR CHURCH  UNION
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Toronto, June 7.���The Montreal
London, Guelph, ami Bay of (Juin-
te conferences today approved the
proposed basis of union between
the Methodists, Congregational
anil Presbyterian churches.
LYNCH  BROS.  WON
Action Against Them was Dismissed in Court
The action brought by F. H.
Nelson against Lynch Bros, in
the County Court yesterday before
Judge Young for damages, wrongful dismissal and wages amounting
to 1122.25 was dismissed with
costs. Judgment given Lynch
Bros., the defendants in their
counterclaim for S'28.30
W. E. Fisher appeared for plaintiff and A. M. Manson for defendant.
WILL HAVE RECIPROCITY
IN THE COLD CURRENCY
United States Treasury Board Orders Sub Treasurers
of All National Banks That Canadian Five and
Ten Dollar Pieces be Accepted at Par
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, June 7.���The Canadian
Government has been notified from
Washington lhat an executive order would he sent out by thc
treasury department to the sub-
treasurers iif all national hanks,
directing that Canadian goltl coins
of ihe denomination of five and
ten  dollars are  to  he  accepted
at par, being of the same. Weight
Mi'
In'
concrete
the   wharf
DECK HAND ON HAZELTON
MET A SUDDEN DEATH
John Brown Was Taken 111 Going Up River and Died
Before Reaching Kitselas-Was Buried at the
Canyon Cemetery���Kitselas News
on  thc way to
KIMGEORGE HAD_ c. M. HAYS INVITED TO
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P'lcs for the work are pouring
The steam-
cess Ena and Prin-
ir��< quantities
^Ur, Princ
"ss   Beatrice   are   making   calls
'he contractor's wharf landing
'Jlls "f  material,   and   continual
(Special Correspondence)
Kitselas, June 0.���Thc steamer
Hazelton brought into |K>rt on
Saturday morning the dead body
of John Brown, one of the deck
hands employed on the vessel.
Brown has been taken suddenly
ill while on the voyage up the
river, and expired before the vessel reached Kitselas. Arrangements were made to have the
young man buried in the Indian
cemetery at Kitselas Canyon, the
Interment taking pl��* at 8.80
on thc same afternoon.
Brown was a native <>f Kit-
senkgla. His sudden and unexpected death easl a gloom 0V6T
his shipmates.
Mr. William Dean, Methodist
missionary for Kitselas Canyon
and Copper City, arrived at Kit
selas last Friday
his station.
Mrs. I). Tafflc and daughter
left by the steamer Hatelton Sunday morning en route to Victoria
for a couple of weeks.
Mr.    I).    B.    Kenny   left   last
Monday for Yarmouth, N. s.. to
bring his wife and family here to
make their permanent home.
Where to Go
KMPKKSS THKATRE, Second  Ave;
Pictures and Music, 7.30 p.m.
MAJESTIC  THEATRE,   Thirtl   Ave;
Pictures antl songs, 7.90 p.m.
PHENIX THEATRE, Second Aveuue;
Pictures and music, 7.30 p.m.
AUDITORIUM, Sixth Avenue;  Roller
Skating, 8 p.m.
NARROW ESCAPE
Daring Aviator Swooped in an
Aeroplane Close to the King's
Head.         '
Aldershol, June *.���Captain Cody, thc American aviator, in an
exhibition tlight in a huge aeroplane   today   ill   the   presence   of
ihe  King,   created  apprehension
by a perilous manoeuvre. Swooping down at a terrific speed from
the clouds to thc ground he
passed within   twenty-five  feet  of
His Majesty.
Sudden memories of the tragedy
at Paris two weeks ago when M.
Berteaux was killed anil Premier
Monis  injured  were  revivied  by
ihe daring experiment
Open Tonight
A beautiful lot of cut (lowers
all kinds, from Sunny Victoria
came today on the S.S. Prince
Rupert. The Arctic Studio, l.iw-
Butler Building, Thirtl avenue.
Open this evening.
VISIT GENERAL HOSPITAL
Association Appreciates Assistance  of Grand  Trunk
Co.���Ambulance is Mentioned but Nothing Definite Done���Energetic   Members
Revision of the by-laws of the
Hospital Association was the attraction in thc municipal court
room last night. There was room
for all who attended. After the
various points of difference ill the
old and new by-laws hail lnvn
discussed the revised by-laws were
adopted. They are on the lines
of the Victoria Jubilee Hospital
By-laws, and are designed to give
the   directors   more   freedom   in
anil fineness as the corresponding
American coins.
United Stales gold is legal tender
in Canada, and some seventy
millions of il is held in reserve
by the finance department and the
various banks.
The effect of the ncw order
will be to establish reciprocity
in the gold currency of the two
countries.
hospital by donating twelve lots
to it, subscribing, and offering
W00 towards an ambulance, it
may be possible to arrange for
C. M. Hays and party to visit
tlie hosiplal   this week.    As it is
not certain how much time Mr.
Hays may have to spare the
matter is left to Mayor Manson
as   Honorary   President   of   the
POSTS OF HONOR
FOR COLONIALS
Men from the Over-seas Dominions to be at Buckingham
Palace and the Abbey.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London,  June  7.���Forces  from
thc  over-seas   Dominions   arc   to
be   given   the   post  of   honor  at
Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey on Coronation Day.
A new feature will bc standard
bearers representing thc Dominions
Thc pageantry will bc cmble-
llospital Board to arrange if pos- j mat;c 0{ the whole Empire.
slble,
Mention of Ambulance
Carrying   out    lhe   work   of   the
hospital    than   is   allowed   under "lc"uu" "' rtmou,a,"-'; javenucs  for   expenditure   in  con-
tlie old sel. Mr. C. V. Bennett Mention of the G. T. P.'s S.">00Lection with thc hospital at present
prepared the revised by-laws, and j donation towards an 'ambulance arc so numerous, and the sources
Submitted them last night. was  made,   ami   the   question   of of  revenue  so well  tapped,   that
getting   an   ambulance   was   ten-lit will be difficult to attack thc
natively   discussed.     The  opinion problem  immediately.    The after
A   proposal   was  made  that   as exists   that   while   an   ambulance, cost of the ambulance for upkeep
the Grand Trunk Railway company I Is an advantage which it would has to be considered as well as
has  done   a   good   deal   for   the | be   most  desirable   to  have,   thc I the initial outlay.
Visit of C. M. Hays THE    DAILiY   NEWS
The Daily News
Formerly) The 'Prince Rupert Optimist
I'ubluhed by th* Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
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BRANCH OFFICES AND AGENCIES
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Square.
"The newspaper, with the law. should assume the accused innocent
until proven guilty; should be the friend, not the enemy of the
general public; the defender, not the invader of private life and
the assailant of personal character. It should be, as it were, a
keeper of the public conscience."-Henry Watterson.
Daily Edition.
Wednesday. June 7
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���YOUR FOOD WILL BE WELL COOKED ON A-
Crown Favorite Cooking Stove
Price from $45 to $58. Other Stoves from $Hi.
WE   HAVE   ALL   YOU   NEED    IN    BUILDERS'    HARDWARE
THOMPSON HARDWARE CO'Y
Second Avenue Telephone 10
BIG BODY OF GOLD ORE
FOUND AT FORT GEORGE
Thirty Claims Have Been Staked in Last Few Days-
Assays Run from $8 to $200 Per Ton    One
is Free Milling Ore
gold value., from ** to $200 ton
r
MUSSALLEM & COMPANY
 Good   Fresh   Groceries   at   City Prices	
THE GRAND TRUNK ASSESSMENT
Owing to the near approach of the time when tlie citizens will
be called upon to vote on thc above question to bind thc city to ar
agreement covering a long period of years, and owing also to the
evident reluctance shown in certain quarters to discuss the question
with the citizens, the Daily News will print a series of etlitorial articles
dealing with the various aspects of the question.
In so doing, there is no desire to sway the minds of the electors
either for or against the proposed settlement. The aim will be to
state the case fairly, without prejudice, without exaggeration, and
without rhetorical appeal, letting the issues he clearly seen, and allowing the facts to make their own appeal to the individual mind. Our
chief concern is not which way the electors will vote, but that the
electors may know what it is they are voting for or against.
We have just received a new line of
Shirtwaists, Underskirts, Shawls and
Neckties which we will sell at cut
prices for a few days only.     :     ���     ���
To   Residents of Sections 5, 6,   7 and   8���We deliver  promptly,
our goods are fresh, at prices not to be beaten in the city   i   :
mm   22gBuck MUSSALLEM & CO. sua*.-^j**
Port George, June 0,���To the
west ul Fort Oeorge townsite, antl
only a mile from its boundary
lies a huge body of free-milling
gold me, pronounced by an expert
mining man to be the largest body
of nre he has ever seen in British
Columbia.
The first discoverers of the
mineral were A. B. Clarke and
Charles   Wliitmeyer,   who   staked
c"
Nearly thirty claims have been
staketl on the prospect and the
claim-holders, many of them experienced in mining matters, have
the utmost confidence in the discovery. A number of those interested will form a group and
prosecute vigorous development
this summer.
The fact nf the ore being frce-
aims on their discovery last fall, j milling will make the proposition
devoting the winter to develop- easily worked, and a large body
mint work. They sent several}of even $8 nre will mean fortune
samples of the ore to reputable I to the lucky ones. Reports say
as>.i\ ers in the United States and i there are millions of tons of the
Canada, receiving assays showing: quart/ in sight.
FREE
EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE    :     ���
For all kinds of help, cooks
waiters, dishwashers, hotel i������-'
tern, all kinds of laborers ur me"
chanics, call up
Phone No. 178
or call at the
Grand Hotel Free Employment Office
Headquarters for cooks & waiters
ARTICLE  No.  5.--WHY   THE WATERFRONT
SHOULD NOT BE EXEMPTED
The proposal to reduce the Grand Trunk Pacific's assessment
to a nominal one subnet to a fixed payment of Slo.000 a year for a
term of ten years is one vitally connected with the commercial development of the city, for the reason that the railway company's land
comprises the whole of the available water-frontage of Prince Rupert,
and this water-fronUige is the only place where industries can prutitalj'i
locate.
It is a truism that cities and nations live by trade. To be a
tr:,k' more accurate thc words production and distribution nf commodities, shoultl be substituted for the word trade.
Of the two functions of trade, production or distribution, production is the more important tn build up a community, because il
requires more capital, has more stability, and inquires more labor
antl more highly skilled labor than does the work of distribution.
Prince Rupert is already a distributing point for the interior. When
the ("irand Trunk Pacific is completed it will have a large increase
in its distributing work. It will become a trans-shipment point for
the tratle of the East and tlie West. But this will never make a great
city. Factories, mills, smelters, foundries, engineering works, receiving raw materials and turning them into useful finished commodities
to be shipped by rail to the East, and by water tu the Orient, these
are necessary if a large population is to come to Prince Rupert. It
is by the creation of commodities that wealth is to be created. Not
until a line of mills and factories adorn the waterfront, will there
be any positive proof that Prime Rupert will be mure than a transshipment point for the G. T. P. and a distributing point for the interior.
How are we lo get that desired line of factories and mills on the
waterfront? By making conditions attractive to capitalists to start
enterprises there. The Ncw England .Fish Company already sees a
market fnr the fish products in the East, antl has started work on a
large plant, in readiness for the time when the line is through. But
oilier companies have not seen lhe matter in the same light. A sugar
refinery which opened negotiations last fall with a view of locating on
the waterfront was driven away by the railway company's refusal
to sell it a siie on the waterfront, nr to grant a base for a longer term
than twenty years. The plant of a sugar refinery is very expensive,
ami thr capitalists win- drivui away, not by the assessment problem
but by the refusal nf the railway company to grant attractive terms.
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Are worthy of your attention if you
desire to purchase appropriate and
distinctive wedding presents.    ::   ::
Our coronation supplement illustrates a splendid list of summer
goods, coronation souvenirs and
beautiful June bridal gift*. A post
card with your address will bring
this supplement to your home by
return mail. Write at once if you
would enjoy Birk's superior values
at moderate prices.    ::    ::     ::     ::
GOODS   PREPAID TO ALL
POINTS   IN   P. i'.
HENRY BIRKS & SONS, Limited
Jewellers and Silversmiths
GEO. E. TROREV. Managing Director Vancouver, B.C.
TRAINS RUNNING
TO THE PASS
Residents at Tete Jaune Cache
Can Hear the Blasting Going
on.
NO OFFICIAL
NOTIFICATION
Says Mayor Manson Regarding
the Prudhomme Case
ROGERS & BLACK
���WHOLESALE   DEALERS   IN-
Building Material,   Cement,   Lime,
Hair-fibre Plaster, Coke, Blackamitl,
Coal,  Common Brick,
Pressed Brick
Shingle*, Lath, New Wellington Coal
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY KILLED
See Us for Prices.
Phone No. 116
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUQQI8T
Phono No. 200 P. O. Box 680
PRINCE RUPERT. B.C.
Fort Cirocge, June 8.���Recent
As Chairman of the Board of
License Commissioners Mayor Ma-
arrivals from the tipp.-r Fraser uson remarked this morning that
bring word that trains are now he had had no official notification
operating within seventy-live miles of the granting of the Prudhomme
of Tete Jaune Cache. There has License. This being so, he had
been considerable traffic over this; nothing to say in reference to the
route during the past winter, I possibility of thc commissioners
travellers taking adavntage of ihe appealing the case,
company's   road   to  get   through
from tin: end of steel to the head
waters of the Fraser. A couple
of general stores are now doing
business at the Cache antl a live
frontier town is springing up.
The roar of the explosives on the
other side of the mountain, where
construction gangs of hundreds
of men are at work, can be palinly
heard at the Cache.
Water Wanted
i\ water pipe is wanted tin
Eighth avenue near Hays Cove
[Circle to serve that district. Tlu
matter is Ining attended to by
the water committee and the pipe
will be placed if in the opinion of
the committal there is sufficient
need for il.
w. j. McCutcheon \
Curries complete slock of Drtitfit.   Special   X
attention paid to filling proscriptions.      X
Theatre Block phone no. -y Second Ave. %
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Prince Rupert
Liberal Association
���      Will be Held in the Mclntyre Hall
Wednesday, June 7
Enquire of Edmonton
Knowing that a producer gas
plant is proposed for Prince Rupert to augment lhe present steam
driven electric generating plant.
Alderman Douglas mentinucd at
Monday night's council that Edmonton is troubled wilh a producer plant which owing to unsuitable coal is a sort of white
elephant. He suggested that I'rince Rupert shoultl get in touch
with Edmonton before investing
in a producer gas plant, antl the
suggestion may bc acted upon
later.
What assurance has the cily thai the railway company will not
during ihe next five years, when il is very important to the cily thai
manufacturing plants should be under construction, place prohibitive
terms on their water-frontage, until such time as a large unearned
increment has accrued to the waler-l'rnntage and rack-rents can lie
exacted from manufacturers who must locate lure? The only assurance,
the only weapon ihat the city can employ is tn place a sufficient amounl
of taxation nu the water-frontage, sn thai it will be more profitable
for tlie company tn sell or lease a portion nf it, instead of keeping
the whole in a state of idleness.
Surrounded by timber areas, with a whole city, even to the roadways, built of wood, it is a strange anomaly that we should havc to
import lumber into the city, There is room here for a large lumber
mill employing a large number of men in permanent employment.
Why are they not here?
Is it not because suitable terms cannot be arranged with
the railway company? And where is the economic compulsion on the
railway company to sell or lease water-frontage to a lumber company,
so long as it can carry its waterfront property at a nominal taxation,
antl exact a toll nn every stick of lumber brought into the city by
means of wharfage dues.
-At 8.30 p.m.���
Hon.  Wm. Templeman,  Minister of Inland Revenue
and Mines, and Member for the District will
be  present,  and  will  speak.
Wants the Copper Cable
Six and a half cents per pound
has been offered by F. Millosh for
the 2800 lbs. of copper cable or
wire which the eity has for sale,
delivery to be taken at the light
plant. The wire is the old stuff
of the B. C. Tie ami Timber Co.'s.
t, Rochester At
r.,p   ��� Monroe
'���' Ladysmith
l      't Coal
.:.   Phone 115
Extension of Leave
On the motion of Alderman
Smith seconded by Alderman Clayton extension of leave for another
fortnight was granted by the city
council in A. W. Agnew who is
up river at present.
ADVERTISE   IN THE
NEWS
New
Knox
Hotel
HKSNER & BESNER,   Proprietors
Th�� New Knox Hotel I
rl aa,       I  a: -la l.a.ja ������:,...���
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run on tho European
All tho Latent M.-l. ��� ia
UEDS *0e VI*
FOR SALE
Lots 5 antl 6, Block 28,
Section 1.
$3000, 25 per cent, cash,
balance 1, 2, 3 years,
7 per cent.
GEO. W. MORROW
1076 Nelson St., Vancouver, B.C.
| BOWLING,
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FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
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Liberals  -  Invited
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Instead of maintaining the assessment at $7,201,000 as before,
the authorities have this year reduced the waterfront assessment
����� 13313,500. The proposed agreement, shnrtly in be submitted
to the people means in effect a still further reduction to $1,000,000.
'There is
SAVOY : HOTEL
FRASER AND FIFTH STREET
the only HOTEL in town with hot and cold water in rooms
rest FURNISHED house north op Vancouver
rooms 50c AND IIP rnoNE 37 p. o. rox 126
Prudhomme & Fisher
Proprietors
Number Please?
Reporting   to   the  city  council
the   house   numbering   committee
recommended that the tentler of I
L. Bullock-Webster be accepted
fnr   the  work  of  numbering   thei
houses  in   I'rince   Kupert  at   the
price nf 20 cents per number.   The
recommendation was adopted.
HOLDS THE SHIELD
Punctuality  Contest  Won   by
Miss Johnstone's Class
The Nelson shield, a small silver
shield mounted nn oak frnm the
timbers  of   Nelson's  old   Hag:
hip
a lot of capital waiting  to come into Prinee Rupert,
as soon as the Grand Trunk assessment question is settled," is a state-
ment that has been freely confided almut town, .luring the past few I timbers of
months.    Who originated  the ���,,,,, ���(  Information,  no  one  knows,  is  being   made   the     ,,!.,, , ,   ...
f capital is waning until ti��e (���..iml Trimk assossmcnt .(m j
.ettled before coming to Princ. Rupert, it i, a dettd ,ure thing that
it is waiting to see that the question is settled right.    Any kind
of a settlement, a settlement that would tie up the city's finances and I Johnstone's
waterfront development, for instance, would not attract capital. last month
S. O. E. B. S.
Tin.   print*,   llmirrt Lodge, No. :ilH. Bonn of
I'.niiliincl. m.apt�� the lint nnil thirtl TOMMM In
"lull month In thi' Oarpontpri, Hull, tt H p.m.
I'\ V. CLARK. Sir..
1'. O. Hox 812. Prlnrr Rupert
Road Wanted
Hll.I.
For the present month ihe shield
i. being held  by  Miss  Marion
class,    who   won    it
Aflt
<r applying in  vain  to the
contractor nn the grading at his
place nf business, fnr a roadway
in his door, James Dnnbhue has
written to the city council about
il. The streets committee will
'attend tn the matter.
Will Buy Scow
()n the recommendation of the
Superintendent of works, and after
careful examination by several of
the councillors the scow offered
the city at a snap price last week
will be purchased. It will do
excellently well for thc garbage
dumping according to the new
plan proposed, and if to be fitted
up for this purpose at once.
Light on Light Plant
Messrs. Mather, Yuill & Co.,
have written to the city council
asking to be appointed consulting
engineers in  connection with  the
proposed   improvements on   the
light plant.    Their letter is being
considered by the light committee.
R, II. Thompson, city engineer
of Seattle, who according to his
own city press came into "a
foreign land" to add a little to
his income by ailing as consulting
engineer on the Woodworth Waterworks, has sent  in  his little bill.
It amounts tn 13007.05 Including
telegrams and other trillts. Engineer Thompson's letter was received and filed by the council
Monthly night.
Windsor Hotel
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Strum Heated Roomi
A  KIRST   CLASS BAR   AND   DlNINli
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RATES 50 CENTS AND UP
BATHS   FREE   TO   GUESTS
ROBT. ASHLAND
P.O. BOX 37
Hotel Central ��;����;
European and American plan, steam
heated, modern conveniences. Katen
$1.00 to $2.60 per day.        :        :        :
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..Grand Hotel..
WORKINCMAN'S HOME
Spring Beds, clean White Sheets  25c
Rooms 50c
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Section  9
Township 1
Range 4
NECHACO VALLEY
PRICE:-$15.00 PER ACRE, EASY   TERMS
This is an excellent section and was one of the first to be
staked in the Valley.
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers and Financial Agents, Prince Rupert
LAND  PURCHASE NOTICE
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Slat-flua l-a'"i District���District ol Const Range o
T��k,' nutico thsl 1, Clara May Little ol Princ*
Ku|A-rt,  It.   0.,  occupation  Htilnstor.  intand   to
apply lair iia-riiiission  lo  purchaso tho {allowing
JUHTH.-a!   lallltls:
ConUMOOllu ut a post plantod at tho north
mt oorMr ol Lot 1788, itungo 5, Coast District
thencc t'.i-t   In chuins.  thunco  north  ...  chains
thenci' -rat 81  chuin   thonco  north  20 chains
llience -rat ll) chains, thonco south 46 chains to j
paint of  cotiimt'na'incnt,   contuininK   112   acre, i
mpru or lesa.
lntnl April 4, l'Jll. CLARA MAY LITTLE
Puli. April 16.
Stoma bud District���District ol Cout Rango &
'lske iiolico thut Mary lli'aton tlildorslcovo ol
\icuirij. 11. C, occupution housekeeper. Intends
tu apply for itermission to purchaso the (ollowing
de.crila.il lunds:
Conuuencing st u post planted at tho aouthweat
cvii.u nl Lot tlllli. Rango 6, Coast District.thcnca
hi claiiins .-.outli thenco 4U cliains east, thence SU
chains north, thuncu 40 chains west to point ol
uiumt'ncviiient, eonlaining li-0 acres more or leas.
MARY 11EATON OILDERSLEEVE
llaleal April 17, lull.
Pub. .May 8,
Ska-a-na Lund District���District ol Coast
T-t* lai'tico thai Ir.al  W. Uotiloi ol Kltautn-
taaiuiii, oooupitiofl farmor, intunds lo apply  (or
unUarioo iu purchaoso the  following uoscrihod
Isnk
tmmm���mtm. ;,t u post planted at lho north-
M DunW aif A. McLood's pro-omplion, than-so
'.* ____ Mauth, thonco 10 chains east, thonco 20
c-tiii, nurlli, ui-jiicu 10 chains west Ua post of
C"ii:[ii';nv:iiaaiu contuining 20 acres mora or less.
IMtd Apnl 10, I'Jl 1. KK1EDR1CI1 W. UOHLER
tm, April 88, Fred Hampton, Agent
Skeena Land Dislrici���District ot Oueon Charlotte
Take notice thai Hubert O. Crew ol i'rinca
llaipert, II. C, occupation agent, intend, to apply
lur psrmi-ision to purchaso the lolluwing doscribod
lanals:
Cuininrncing at a post planted about 6 1-2
nn��i -Aest und hull a milo south ol tbo mouth of
Stanley Creek where It empties inlo Nadon
llaibor, Graham laland, Ihonco eul 40 chalna.
thance norlh 40 chains, thencc west 40 chalna,
thenre aaiuth 40 chains to point ol commencement
and contuininK I'll) acres mora or Icm.
bind Msrcn 17, Hill. HUBERT O. CREW
Pub. April 7. Numa Demers, Agent
Btma Uuid Dialrici���District of Cout Rango 6
1'sau nolice thai I, Krank Hicks ol Port Ba-
tin^uni,  occupation   murchant,   intend  to  apply
fur pa-rmi-wiun . o purchaso lhe following doscribod
Commencing at a poat planteil on lh. south
tank ul Uh Kxchuimiks River and about four
mil��� from na conlluenco with the Skeena River,
*__** 80 chains west, thunco 80 chain, north,
thencc Ml chains eul, Ihonco soulh SO chains
I" puint ol commencement, containing 640 acroa
mure or less.
luteal April 21, Hill. KRANK HICKS
I'uli. April 211.
Mai. na Lund District -District ol Cout
lake MUM thai WUliam McTavish ol Vancouver, IE  C, occupation physician, intend, to apply
ur MttWon to purchase the lollowing 'la- a-iln.i
I umnu-ncitig at a post planled at the southwaa
fuiiatr, Itl chains north und 40 chains eut ol the
Q'tftlii'sst corner ol l,ot 11 Hi, Harvey's Survey,
'an ln-alncl, Range 6, ihence 60 ch.ins east
nriic.a i.ai chuins north, Ihence 60 chain, wut,
lhei.ee 1,0 chains south to post ol commencement
aOBUuuog :idi) ucn-s more or leas,
laical May 2, l'Jll. W ILL1AM A. McTAVlSH
lul,. May 6. Kred W. Ilohk'r, Agent
���am Land District-District ol Coul Range i
lake i.aaiice that Lottie McTavish of Vancouver.
!'��� i , oecupslion marriiil woman, intend, to
"I'Hy lor permission to purchue the following
'taacnlsil lanals:
I anu".. lacing ul a post planted at the north-
���������I c.a������r loo chains east and 20 chains north
''um ii,. nnrtlMUt corner ol Lot 1116, Harvey's
�������������>���, ' ...l.t lli.lricl.ltungo ti.lheiice 20 chains
_..' '!"'""' ***> chalna east, ihence SO chains
nnrth, 'I,,-,,,,-,, ao chains west, thence 60 chains
���ynu, thenco 40 chnins west lo post ot rammm-
ciiii'l, oontaining 4U0 ucres more or l���.
aelMuyo, ion. LOTT1K .McTAVlSH
1 ih- May .. Kml w. Uohu,r_ Ag(,nt
Slikine Und Dlstricl���District ol Cassiar
lak. ,���,,,���, lllM Christian A. Tervo of SUkin.
��� . occupation customs olllcer, Intends to apply
lands ��" t0 tmrch""�� **>*- 'ollowing described
t. Sf*22?"fe" ?l ��� *'��" ttmVM aboot 18 chains
*'i n ol the customs warehouse at Stikine.
ih.i,,.' ,"'"co *** 20 chaina, thence south 2&
Sfiata'SI! *"<��� K ch��ln��' ""><"�� north 20
<0 Mn-, mLre"0r ^���mmen��"n��n^ *""* conWnlng
KS^hV18' ""*      CUIlls'1IAN A. TERVO
xffi U,'"' '''""I"-District ol Coast Range 6
p V  '*"*-*> that Grace McTavUh, ot Vancouver,
Inr J,;,",'.'"'''*""" "'"'I"* woman, Intends lo apply
Eyjt"0" ,0 l'urch��M l|ic following dwcrlbeil
ci.!ur''ioo"'i']'i," * 1'0"1 PLn'e* at tho southwut
lh" ,orih>?. ?''"'"" **_ **"* m ch>lns north ol
(oait ,,_**. ���r,n,cr ** Lot 1110, Harvey's Survey,
Sm mV .''��� """��" ''��� thonn> 40 chalna e.st,
ll"". hi .���*.*���" T",n*'* lhonc<> *0 chains Wmt,
SdaalM "outh *�� P0,t ol commoncemont
""'mng 120 screa more or leu.
ORACH McTAVlSH
Krai W. Uohler. Agonl
- nmn :iii0 acres
.'"M'y.JaHlll.
mi'. May 6.
lo
i *_* "11 '���""! ,,)i��l���l -District ol Cassiar
uil,,|,     ,   '  _*!___[���> occupalion larmer, Intend
* '������'" Ml iiiiiiis."" l0 Purcl,����o 'ho lollowing
"i'ii! at a post planted ahout (3) three
While riv.. . , [m 'lw" n"!' ***** ol the Inrka ol
thiiina w��, "���! H'l'lvor, thence south 80 ch.lns,
th-nct taat an" ,ch��ln". 'hence north 80 chains,
I,���,,,, ,���"���', 5! chains.
i'ub. M,P��  |0' l011'     CHARLKS M. KNOUSE
sy u. l'rancla S. Pruton, Agont
:����� na"!!,V,ial,rl,ci -,,,l,lri(:t tt Coast Range 6
I       ceo     I"1 ���***"<*"*-** Mcllae ol Vancouver
ccuimilo,, real ealalo bruker, Intonds to
Sk
T.
II. I
applv   f,,r    ,,,','Y        '     " r,|a'..   IlllaiUl.   la,
ih��w  l��aSjy l)  Porehsso  the following
imat planled on  the soUih
river about Ave mllee Irom
��**&���'*__*,__*> **>* SkiH.ii. river, thenco 40
c|min, .���,' ,,'""*'��� 19 =hulns norlh, thenco 40
chains ._:,,    }"'"**" *0 chains north, thenco 40
bon! .t,, **���* 1"" *���**<���*** o<*
"' c���n ]��� I"1""",""" rlv,T ��hnut llvo i
chain   i"'���wl,h **" ���**"������"���* river,
chuin, Z_i_    '""ci' 20 chains north,
chain, ,.-, ���' ,l."""co 40 chains north, thenco  40
���hklla ,.:,.'  'h"nco 20  chains south,  thonco  40
Mini a-,;,,!"'"���,'1? chains south to point ol
""'I Ap    '" ' ���\">inlng 320 acre, mora or leu
''ub. May   a   ' l911, MURDOCK McRAE
Skeena Land Dstrict���DUlrict ol Queon Charlolte
Tako nolice that George I'ri.-.-all "I Princo
Rupert, ll. C, occupation butcher, intend, lo apply
for pormlaalon to purchaao the lollowing diMcnbad
lanua:
Commencing at a poat plsnu-ai about Hvtn
mllea west and two mllu aouth of lho mouth ol
Stanley Creek where il empliw Into Naden
Harbor, Graham Island, thonco 80 chain, aouth,
thenco 80 chain, weat, thence 80 chain, north,
thence 80 chans out to point of -commencement
and containing 640 acraa more orlcaa.
Datod March 17, 1811 GEORGE KK1/.ZEL1.
Pub. April 7. Numa Demera, Agent
Skeenu Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Caaaiar
Take notico that 1,  luac O'lirien   Forbe. ol
Princo Rupert, H. C. occupation carpenter, inund
to apply for permUalon to purehau tho following
described l.nd.:
Commencing at a poat plantod about liv mlleu
souih and ono milo wut ol tho forks of theWhlt*
aud Klat riven, thonco north 80 chains, thonco
wut 80 ch.lns, thenco aouth 80 chaina, thonea
eut 80 chains.
Dated AprU 18, l'Jll. ISAAC O'URIEN FORBES
Pub. Mu 13. KrancU S. Praaton, Agent
Skoona Land District���Diatrict ol C.as.i
Tako notico that Glenn McArthur ol Vancouvor,
II.  C, occupation real   ootalo agont intenda to
apply (or permUsion to purehau tho follovring
duaeribod landa:
Commoncng al a poat plant-ed 40 chaina w7al
and 80 chains wuth ol tb. southwul comer of
Lot Na 1733 nisrked Glenn McArthur'. Dartb-
wost corner, thence south 40 chalna, Ihonco out
80 chain., thonce norlh 40 chains, thonco wut
80 chaina to pott ol commencement, nintaining
320 acroa moro or leu.
Datad March 20, 1911.       GLENN McARTHl'll
Pub. April 16. T. D. Laird. Agont
Skeena Land District-Distrirt of Coaat Range 6
Coaat Di.trict
Tako notloe that Wm. Leslie of Sappcrlon, B.C.
occupalion Government Guard, Intends to apply
for permiasion to purchooo the foltowins doMrib-
cd lands:
Commencinir at a poat pUnted 40 ehains wool
and 120 chains eouth of tho aoulhw-eat corner of lot
No 1733, range 6 eoutdlstrlcumarked Wm.Leslie,
N.W. corner, thence south 40 chaina, thenee oaat
80 chains, thence north 40 chalna, thenco west 80
chains to poot of commencement, containing 320
in-ia- - more or leu.
WM. LESLIE
T. D. Laird, Agent
Dated M.rrh 20lh. I'll
Pub. April J.'lh. 1811
Skeen. Land AfUtrict-DUtrict ol Quoon Chariotu
Islands
Taka notloe that Goo. II. I .am ol Prince Rupert,
H. C, occupation barber. Inlunda to apply lor
pormUaion to purehau lho hallowing described
Unda:
Commoncing at * post pUnud about uven
milu wut and ono mile south Irom Ina moulh
ol SUnly Crook, Naden Harbor, thonce south 80
chains, thonoo wut 40 chalna, loenu north 80
chains, thonce out 40 chains.
Dated March 17, 1811. GEO. II. LAUX
Pub. April 22. Numa Demers. Agont
Skeona Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Caular
Tako noiico that  I, llronton Jordon Moore ol
Prince Rupert, U. C. oceupation contractor. Intend
to apply lor permission to purehau tbo following
deecribed landa:
Commoncing at a put planted about IS) Ihreo
miln south and (2) two mllu wnt of the lorks
ol White and Klat rivers, Ihenre 80 chains uuth
thence 80 chain, wut, thenco 80 chaina north,
thence 80 chaina eut.
URENTON JORDON MOORE
Dated April 20, 1911. FrancU 8. Praaton, Agent
Pub. May 13.
Skeena Und District���DUtriet ol Caular
Tako notico lhat I. Jamu Websur Espllntnl
Stewart, U.C., occupation    auetlonur, intond to
spply   lor Iiermission to   purehau   lhe   following
lucrihcd Unda:
Commencing at a post plsntesl on   the  right
hank ol the ,Sau river about nine mllu above
tl.e lorks of the Naaa river, thence south 80 chsina.
thonce west 80 chaina, thenco north  80 chains,
thenco east 60 chalna to polnl of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or leos.
JAMES WEI1STER ESPLIN
Doled March 24, 1911.  Frank Sidney Wright, Agt
Puh. May 17.
Skeena Und DUtrict-District of Caasiar
Take notice thai I, Sydney Hltgerald ol Stewart.
B. C, occupation cook, intend to apply lor permission to purchaao the following descrllieil Isnda
Commencing at a post plsnted aboot Bve mile
aouth and one mile of the forks of While
and Flat rivers, thenco south  80 chsins,  thenre
weat 80 chains, Ihence north 80 chains, thence
Ced8Vphr!l"l*',1911.   SYDNEY F.T/.OERALD
Pub. May 13. FrancU S. Preaton, Agent
Skoena Und DUtrict-District ol Caaaiar
Tako notico that  William  Frederick Cameron
ol  Princo Rupert,  H.  C, oceupation  carpenter,
mends to apply lor permUalon U purcliau tne
lollowing deacribod landi:      ___________  ,_-.
Commoncing at a post planted ��bou' *W_\
miles south ol tho lorki ol tho WhIU and Fist
rivers, thenco oouth 80 ehalns, thenco wut "0
chaino, thonco north 80 chains, theneo eut 80
Ch*'���-     WILLIAM FREDERICK CAMERON
Dated April 18, 1811. ,  .  ���_       . .
Pub. May 18. FrancU S. Preston, Agent
Skuna Und DUtrict -Dtatrict ol Coart Range *
Take notico lhat I.Uuchlan John Sheneben ol
Victoria,  B.   C,  occupalion   teacher,  MM
apply for permlulon lo purehau the lollowing
descrilied landa: .        , .,    .   , . _..u
Commencing at a post planted C,!< rhains south
Irom tho southeast corner ol Ut 3060. _______ _'<
chalna aouth, thence 40 ehains west, Ihenee 41
chains north, thence 40 ehalns ust to point  of
commencement, containing 188 '!7"^"^Val*.
LAUCIILAN  JOHN  8IIANAHAN
Dated April 17,1911.
Pub. May ��.
Skeona Und Dtatrict -Dtatrict ol Caasiar
Take notice that I, John L. Mitchell ol I r ne.
Rupert, II. C, occupation bookkeeper, Inland to
apply lor permlulon to purehau tho lollowing
described lands: ,    .     .... -.���.
Commeneing at a post pUnted about (&) live
mileo south and (1) one mile wut ____*J*____**
the WhIU and Flat rivers, thenoe north 80 chains
thonce wst 80 chalna, thence south  80 chains.
thenoe wut 80 chains.      oosowium .
D.ted April 18, 1911. JOHN L. MITCIIKI.I.
I'ub. May 18. Franeta S. I'tuion. Agsnt
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This is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will bo devoted
to Bubjects of Bpecial interest to women.  Any and all of the ladies uf I'rince Rupert |
are invited to contribute to ita columns, and to take part in ita   discussions.   Sug- ���
geutions and criticisms are invited by the editor.   The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
THE DAINTY AND FASHIONABLE FICHU
The fichtl effect is always extremely dainty for summer wear,
anil is this season one of the favorite modes with the French designers. The attractive design
lliistrated in the sketch is of
lavender linen with tiny white
embroidered dots ami insertions
of cluny lace. The waist line is
slightly raised, and the bodice
and .sleeves are made entirely of
linen and lace insertions. The
sleeves are finished with tleep
��� ���uiii- of plain linen with lace frills
falling over the arm. The fichu
is of embroidered mull edged with
lace matching the sleeve frills.
The bottom of skirt is faced with
a shaped band of lavender linen
and trimmed with linen buttons
and cord loops.
The Girl in Business
Neither the swelled head nor
the depairing heart is of much use
to the woman in business. Make
good things���as good as or better
than other people's���ask a fair
price, so that there is a. clear
profit on materials and time used,
and do not lose courage.
A HOSPITAL
IN THE HOME
Red   Cross   Supplies   Can   Be
Kept in Bathroom
Home first aid supplies can be
kept in the bathroom. Besides
its hot waler bags, big and little,
ammonia, collodion, linn -water and
sweet oil, a 1 |ht cent solution of
Carbolic acid, a Imix of absorbent
mill.ii and a roll of bandages
should be kept at hand. With
these mdy for UM for an accident, sm h as a burn or cut. may
easily be treated and i^iin spared
the victim. The acid solution is
useful in all casts of injury because
of its cleansing qualities. If a
CUt is lo be trealed the wound
shoultl first be washed in clear
water and then dipped in the
solution. After this paint it with
collodion. The latter stops the
bleeding and serves as a varnish
to prevent the entrance of dirt.
TRIM YOUR OWN
SUMMER HAT
Little Hints for the Girl Who
Likes   Millinery
The making of the summer hat
is  now  tpiitc a  possible  accom-
plishmenl for the most amateurish
of amateur milliners, for then-
is every conttiviilile variety of
straw braid lo be purchased. The
wire shape itself is not so easy to
fashion, but often the frame of
the winter hat has been covered
with beaver or velvet has the
right lines and is becoming, Dm��
sct|iiently, this ftiunt' can be taken
for the foundation which is to be
covered with the straw braid. All
that is required is careful sewing,
and as many of the braids are
wonderfully cheap, a smart hat
can be turned out for very small
cost.
This year, ribbon and velvet
bows and stiff wings are .ill fashionable trimmings, and again a bow
that has done duly in the winter
hat can be removed and freshened
so that it will lnnk like new, but
there are also cheap and effective
wings and quills that make the
most satisfactory of hat trimmings.
Another point for the amateur
milliner this season is the coloring
material which will entirely transform last summer's hat from a
tlirly white to a lustrous cerise,
black, blue or any color desired,
and for a few cents a hat that
looks quite new cap be turned out
Robin Hood
The Great Flour
of
Greater Canada
Your Dealer Has ll
To Lease
Lots
Hlock
Section
22, 23, 24, 25
8
1
17
18
1
24
81
1
14
86
1
7, 8
14
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G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
Second Ave., Prince Rupert, B.C.
New Blouses
-IN-
Chiffons, Silks
..and   Satins..
IN ALL THE LEADING SHADES
These    arc   goods   just   received
from tho centres of fashion together with
HANDSOME SILK DRESSES, MUSLINS, WHITEWEAR, ETC.
MRS. S. FRIZZELL
Sixth Strati
Phone Black 184
The Digby Rooms
Located on Sixth Ave, near  Fulton
RAISED   DOUGHNUTS
Not Rich but a Novelty in Their
Way
Raised doughnuts are not rieh
and are a change from ordinary
fare. Take one cupful of sugar,
one-quarter cupful of butter, two
eggs, one pint of warm milk, one
yeast cake dissolved in warm
water, one-half teaspoon each of
soda aud salt, a dash of nutmeg.
Mix with flour like soft bread
dough. Let it rise over night.
Turn out on a floured board,
roll out one inch thick without
molding, cut into rings, let rise
until very light. Fry in hot fat,
turning often. If these are lo be
kept, the quantity of butter must
be doubled to half a cupful.
For Cleansing the Skin
For a cleansing solution have the
druggist make you a saturated
solution of boratic add powder in
alcohol. Wipe your face with
this and it will take dirt off even
though you hive scrubbed it jusl
before. The -.light sediment left
on the face will do no harm.
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ThfM tOflvtffllnutM fromr-rn-
ttv of buninunB tliHtrirt. Nino-
toon nowly furnlahtd rooma.
Hut nnd coU wnter. With nnd
telephone. Nowly furnished.
Under new munnKement.
INSPECTION      -       -      INVITI
FRED. STORK {
-General Hardware
t
Builders' Hardware
4  Valves & I'ipes      Oxford Stoves  *
Granitewore       Tinware +
SECOND - AVENUE   .
MaaaantNKXKXxxxji
OPTICAL GOODS
We have a complete line of
Lenses, Field Glasses, Mineral Glasses, Compasses
and   Aneroid   Barometers.
******
* R. W. Cameron & Co.
(illiiial Watch Inspectors
for the G.T.P.
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue.
PHONE 82
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| ITEMS  OF . . |
jSPORTj
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Northwestern League
Vancuuver 0, Portland 3.
Tacoma 7, Victoria 2.
Seattle 1, Spokane G.
National League
Pittsburg 4, New York 3.
Cincinnati 5, Philadelphia 0.
Chicago 0, Brooklyn 8.
St. Louis-Boston game postponed.
American League
Cleveland 8, Washington 2.
All other games postponed <'i>
account of rain.
Pacific Coast League
Portland 1, Los Angeles 0,
Sacramento 2, 'Frisco 0;  fifteen
innings.
Double Weekly Service
S.S. PRINCE KUPERT and S.S. PRINCE GEORGE
For Stewart, Sundaya,  8.00 a.m.
mm*
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
YOU GET
What You Ask For
If we have it in Fruit and
Groceries, and wc have it
almost unfailingly.    :   :   :
Hart You Eaten Cherry Pie This Season ?
Wi have the Cherries nnd
everything else to make
the pie.     :     :     :     :     :
YOU OKT OOOIl f.ROCKRIES   AND    FRUIT
-AT���
Idea! Provision House
Thin) Ave., neor Sixth St.    I'hone 190
wrai
WebsterS
New
international
Dictionary
THE MERRIAM WEBSTER?
(Unlit* ** *��� n NKW CREA-
""���*"" TION, ciivcrtn* every
field of tho world'! thought,
action and oulttiro. Thn only
new unabrldgod dlotiooarjr la
many yeara.
Rcrantr " deflnea over 400,00a
Wmtm-I more than ever
bafaaro appeared  botwoen two
oovera.   a 700 .**$**.  Oooa 11-
lusiiiitiou**.
RarraiiM. " ** ***** only dictionary
_**_S_*S with  tho new divldsd
pane.   A "atroko of Oeniua."
Became " '" an encyclopedia In
���������. a alnglo volume.
Became " '" accepted by the
������ Courta,  Schoole and
Prcna aa lie one supreme au-
thortty.
Became ''* who knowa *fl��*
  Buecenm,   Let ua tell
yon about thia now work.
WRITE far rp-KlaMB mt mtm Hrltt. rtfi.
C. * C. MERRIAM CO., r.Ui.k.���. SartatfkU, M.
Mm the lhl�� pftptf, mdn HH a Mt af _**_* mm
=
STEAMED ORANGE PUDDING
Refreshing and Very Popular at
Parties
Rub one-fourth cup of butter
tin til creamy, add One CUp of pOW'
dered nigar ami rub until jight,
lirai the yolk nr an (rr, add it and
Ihmi well. Mix tiirrt level tea*
spoons of belong  powder with
tWO cups of Hour, and have ready
One CUp of raisins si'cdcd, eut in
small pieees and eoat with llolir.
Add in alternation the Hour mixture
and one cup of milk and when well
mixed siir In two teupOOM of
orange   extract   and   (he   grated
rind of half an orange and the
floured raisins.    Turn into a mold
For Rent
Tartly furnlahed House nn
3rd Ave. 7 rooms with
bath.       KU'ctric    lighted.
G. C. Emmerson
"Scrappy" Jack Doyle, the former New York Giant, is making
H"od umpiring in the National
league.
+ + +
The owners of tlie Boston Nationals are quarreling amiong themselves, and the Rustlers continue
to lose.
+ + +
At tin present time the Wasida
University baseball team of Japan
is touring America, and the Missouri University team is touring
Japan.
******
I hiring the past eight years
the New York and the Boston
American league teams have played 17SI games, Boston winning
ninety and New York eighty-nine
games.
+ + ���
Manager McAleer, of the Washington team, is up against it
without the services of his star
pitcher, Waller Johnson. The
great heaver is seiiously ill in
Chicago.
+ + +
The Alpine club of Canada has
an elaborate programme for the
summer. The club house at Banff
Will be open from June 30 to
September 15. The camp on the
club grounds will be ready for
occupation between the same dates
and will be in operation while
the dub house is open. It will
be available to all members.
+ + +
The Gotcli-Ilackenschmitll match for the heavyweight championship of the world will probably
develop into one of the greatest
sporting events of modern times,
unless the promoters are some
distance olT in their expectations.
The Empire Athletic club believes
that match will draw as much
money as did the Johnson-JelTries
light at Reno.
******
Thomas Shibe, representing the
firm which makes the cork centre
baseballs lo which are attributed
the phenomenal hitting which has
m.irked the big league games
ihis season, has denied the report
from Chicago that the balls would
be materially altered at once.
+ + +
Hank O'Day, the veteran National league umpire, aloO cast
doubt on the balls being the cause
for the fattened batting averages.
"Whal do Ihey want?" lie saitl.
"Before the cry was loo nunh
pitching, now there is too much
hilling. The fault lies with lhe
pitchers. I don't remember in
my years of experience a period
when the pitchers were as much
'off' as ihey are now."
��� ��� ���
If some western promoter shoultl
get Johnson antl Langford lo lighl
on anything like reasonable terms
,1 good crowd woultl be a certainly.
but   the  champion  wants  more
for his end than any sine promoter
figures the light is worth  from a
box office standpoint,
Mondays and Fridays at 8 a.m.
���a. Prince Albert Balls fm' Port Simp-
B0n, Nuus Kiver l'oints, Masset,
Naden Harbor, every Wednesday, 1.00 p.m.
and for!
Ht'fuKe Bay, Skidegate, Queen
Charlotle City, Lockeport, Pa-
I'oti, Jedway, Ikeda Hay, Rose
Harbor uml return via tjueen
Charlotte City every Saturday,
1.00 p.m.
The  Grand Trunk Railway Syitem
coniit'ctiiiK with trains frnm the Pacific
coast operates u frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains over its
double truck route between Chicago,
Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Hulifax,
Portland, Hoston, New York and Philadelphia. Information and tickets obtainable from the office hereunder mentioned. Trans-Atlantic bookings by all
lines arranged.
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   ANU    PASSENGER   ARENT
Canadian Pacific Railway
���       B.C. Coait Service
Famous  Princess  Line
s.s. Princess Beatrice
���Bails for���
VincouTtt, ViiImij   ind   Seattle
Wednesday, June 7
General Agenl
J. G. McNab
Coast to Coast
OCEAN TO OCEAN
Tickets   To   All   Points
ROGERS' Steamship and
Railway Agency
Sceonil Ave.        Phono 116
S.S.  INLANDER
��� ��� .FOR������ ���
HAZELTON
THURSDAY, JUNE 8th
Tuke the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester   -   Agent
W. U BARKER
Architect
Second avenue and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
MUNRO  A   LAI LEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTU ���:��� AUDITORS
Law-Butler Building      Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 351
AI.KHEIl CAH88,        C. V. KKNN   IT, B.A.
Of III il I'll Clllllllaa. of B CL. I I.I.-.I... S��-
and Maitaii .Ui tun. kalrhaMran  anil  Al*
I- T l-a Unl"
CARSS & BENNETT'
Barkistkhs, Notaries, Etc.
OITIre   Kxrhnnirf. Muck, -crn-pr Thinl avrnuF and
Sixth .IH-.-I   I'rm. >> It'll., rt. I
WM. S. HALL, L. D. S., I), D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All ilpntal .ii-rnti.aTi. ���kilfiillv trval-M. Oa* and
local annMhrticp futanlnixlrm! tr*r thc palnlraa ***
traction of teeth. dniiilutlon fre*. Offleea:
II.-ia-- a-   a   lll,��ck. Prince RlllMTL 11-12
Alca.M.Mnlnon n.A.,     W.E.WIIIIam��.B.��..l���I..D
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 286
Prince Rupert, B.C
P, O. HOX Zl
PRINCE RUPERT
NAHK.N  BLOCK
SECOND  AVE.
and Iti ii steam om hour.   Serve
with orange sauce,
For row boats anil launches
telephone 320 green. Davis'
Boat House.
Chance of Lifetime
Pocked away  in   F,  \V.   Hart's
lii^ furniture store on Sixth street
ami Second avenue is the largest
and   must   up-to-date   stock   ol
^iinils iii the city.    As Mr. Hart
will   have   to   move   these   koikIs
while   the   building   is   lieing   rc-
modelied   hy   Uncle   Jtrry   into
a   handsome   arcade   to   make   a
Mecca fur shoppers, much of  the
stock of li.iiiilsoiiic furniture, crock-
cry, glasswan , etc., is being offered
at remarkably low prices.
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
runt, or wm. roxtiN, ,.*',.. *.*.*.*��..Zunt., *nto
GEORGE LEEK
MKRCANT1I.E    AOENC.Y
COLLECTIONS  AND UEPDRT8
SIXTH  STREET
PRINCE RUPERT
Fruit   :   Produce   :   Feed
WHOLESALE
TRY   THE   "NEWS'*   WANT _
AD. WAY OF FINDING     |H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave.
mk THE    DAILY   NEWS
w
1
e
The Insurance People
EVERY OLASI OF INSURANCE.    GET UUH IIATKS
The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
Phone IM Third Avenue nml Fulton St
LADIES'
HAND BAGS
-K	
Wi' have just received a
shipment of the newest
styles and latest designs
in ladies' Velvet anil leather Hand Bans. We especially invite you to eall
and let us show you our
new  (roods	
C. B. WARK
Jeweller
ALL IS QUIET
AT VANCOUVER
Four of the Prisoners are
Sentenced
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, Juno 7. -Four of
the seven men arrested by the
Vancouver police during the disturbance, following the strikes in
the building trades, were sentenced I" three months' hard
labor without the option of a
line by the police magistrate this
morning. It is expected that
this will act as a deterrent from
any future attempts at creating
disturbance.
Not Union Men
None of the men sentenced arc
union men, and hail no part
in the strike. They were men
who went into the matter voluntarily, and were trying to urge
the strikers on to create public
disturbances.
Situation Unchanged
In every other respect the situation is unchanged. The men of
the building trades have the union
bricklayers are out, but no attempt is being made to interfere
with the non-union men at work.
The street railway traffic is going
on as before, and it is now looketl
on   as   unlikely   that   the   streel
on S.S. I'rlni't' Uupert thin nf ternouii
THE ARCTIC STUDIO
Lliw-llutler Building Third Avenuo
One of tho bent gervlcel the modem IWWSpape:
There buyer
mon (jrouiii
rate
FreshFLOWERS Classified  - '* Advertisements
,-;.,. il���. modern newsnaperVives tha public is in the classified advertisement columns
at lervices tl   m��lern nawapai    k h t        m.
,u,u|d 'TtoSrttffiKnZKein reach of evaryone.ihe News  will reduce its
tn   '. ,���,iiial nri.'e of a cent a word per insertion.    Minimum charge of X> cents.
Hew Is OUT fela'slfled Advertising (jolumn  for today.     Watch   it  grow.	
+
1
railway and electric power men
will join the strikers. Save for
the quietness, and the greater
number of idle  men  about   the
streets, everything seems as before.
Hoffman Gets Blue Ribbon
A    g 'iilleiiiiin   who   claims    lo
hold ilu- championship for having
bullions and tender feet coultl not
be fitted with a pair of shoes
in this city. "I un sick and
tired of trying on shoes all day,,
what can you do for me? For
Heaven's sake don't upset your
stock working like a heaver," he
said.
Hoffman looketl at the feet,
pulled down a pair of shots which
lilted to perfection. Hoffman's
Mechanics' Store, Second avenue,
gels the Mine Ribbon. ll
J.,-fc��-^^^.--fc��^^*'"^.. * *****- m. tt^mlmm*.
���       Lost and Found
I I      LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
i
I'OUND-Kuri'kn Cleaning and Prenalnir Company. Men's suits cleaned and prOHsed $1.(K).
Lmlioh' ��� mt" I'U'riM'il and cleaned. Dry clrtin-
|ng | djM'ciallv. It(x>m KI Weatenhavor Hlui-k,
phone red OH. 121-147
I'OlfNP Klfttant rooms; nowly furnished, Tht
Iftilklcv IIKn'k. ilth Aviv, near Fulton.    1 oy-lnt
LOST-A bunch of Keyi.
to Daily News Ollice.
Finder kindly return
ltt-tf
Do away with thia.    Patroniie a white
laundry.   Whltejlabor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
i :
For Rent
.J
Nioely furnished Front Room in new houae.   Apply mn, Saville. Fourth Ave., near MeBrlde.
127-13:i
81 ores and oflDOM for rent.    Applv Dr. Mclntyn1,
Thinl Ave., phone itreen 69. 12.r>-tf
Kor Kent���Modern House, close in.
II. F. McRae & Cu.
$2-1 n month.
186-tf
Pantorlum Pioneer Cleanere, 'Phone 4
Tenders for Excavating
Tenilers for excavntinir k>t�� 1 and 2, block 11
Motion 1. will be received up lo June 18th, Lowest tmdtr not necessarily accepted. For particulars apply to
W. L BENSON.
Seceond Ave., opposite Thompson  Hardware Co,
127-1 12
Skandinaver
Jeg Wide sett,- pris
pu nt fan blstaa eder
int'il gotlc rami veil investments. Allig mig
en visit.
Neatly I-'uriil��hiil Rooms;   irontlemon  (irof.'rrril.
Apply Mm. Mullin, over Majestic Theatre.
UHa
t'aauy furnlshc! rooms. Mrs. Ilowiir, Samiersi't
ItuontH, Thinl Avt'nue. between Si'Vi'iitli anil
Eighth. H"-tf
' Naa*,' Furnished Roomi. Apply Mrs. Klrliy. AliL'r
lllork. upstairs entrance. Third Ave.        UT-1M
I lieveral I'. .1 fi nnd (1 room houses with la-nth, -S-l-'a
I'rr month. O. M, Hcliterson, l.inait..l plume
Wl. ;il7-tf
Ni.-i'. 1'1,-an, briitht outside rooms.
i'ath Ave., nenr Fulton.
Bulkley Block
I119-I111
Skoena Land DUttUI    Diatrict ul Cuiwiiir
TakaToIlM that I, -'*}'" **"*"*. '"S 5 �����g
Ituiimt. 11. i'.. occupation pek unfed  u mm
lo?pn.��ion to purffit" ���>'" '"""wl"�� **<*��A*ni
'""tnini'iicln, al I |'o-> &***?*&*__��� jfc
soulh and -J) tWO mil"' ��*l "I If{ fa*l ol tU
Willi, anil Klat rlvon, thOOCO south Ml cm lis,
Ih'nc" mt Vl!? chid-. **"'��"��� """" *�� cl'"1""'
tlience wost KU elm r~
Daltnl Apri 10, l'Jll
I'uh. May 13.
JOHN  ROBERT I'ACKY
Kriinc 8 S. l'rcKlon. Alien
Skwna Land Dlitrtot- Dbtriol ol Ooilt llanite I,
:r.k��"not���   thai 1. Mwtha   __**__ Ol   Frrnco
llupert, II. a, occupul nnrr -d woman Inten.l
lo apply lor patnfialon to purchaso the lollowini!
de-irnlii'd lanals: .   .     . .. .
t'oninicnciiiB al .1 poot planled ahout three 11111I
oni-hall milos ilUlaiil In a southwesterly direction
Irom a Wind "louth Irom nhserviitory Inlet whoro
the same mucin's tin I ml an Reserve, thencc eaat
til) chains, then��� soulh 1*0 cha ns, then��� west 8
cliaiii.i, llience norlh JO cha lis to point ol commencement, oontannj 040 aaaimojro or Um.
Datod Aprl 14,1011. MARIHA LbbK
I'uli. May 13.
Skeena Laml Disirict���District ol Cassiar
Take   notici'  thai   1.   John   Unwln   ul   I'rince
llupert H. I'-. occupation Inlmrer, intend to apply
lor iiermission lo purchaae the lullowint described
lantls:
Commanclni at a post plumed about S) two
miles south ol tho lorks ol tho Wluto and Hat   rrcaill
rivers   then���  south   SO  cliains,   tlienco  oast   81)
chains, then��� nortli 81) chaina, then��� west 80
Datod April 18,1911. JOHN UNWIN , ^
I'ub. May 13. Francis S. 1'rcston, Agont    J
OUR LATEST INDUSTRY
Mr. C. H. Orme Instals a Plant
for Making Ice Cream
For the specific purpose of male-
ing his own ice cream ('. n
Orme, the well known druggist
on Second avenue, has installed an
electric dynamo and up-to-d ite
ice cream making machine in the
rear of his store.
Prior to the installation of ihu
machinery he was importing the
frigid delectable from Vancouver
and Seattle, but finding that by
the time it got here it was not so
fresh and appetising as it mighl
lie he concluded 1 is patrons would
rather have it home made providing it was made from pure cream
from the local dairy company
and not from the canned cream,
Mr. Orme gets cream every day
from the dairy company so tltat
when you get a dish of tlie luscious Stuff with the "lixins" ynu
know  it is the real  thing in ice
JOHN DYBHAVN
Opt'ii Evenings       Exchange Blofk
Nice furnished moms single jr fur housokeepltik'.   pi   i'rince   llupert
Sk���na Land District-DUtrict ol Cassiar I ]
Take notiw that 1. Alfred Berryman Williams j [
nAIll/nMLJL   (x   nil III   :::����������::aJS��!H!��!(i(!:a!{::Ki{ts}!)s��!(:t::xKSii����K!t){u:n:!H{::!!:::::t::::!!::; TYPOS BEAT
CRESCENTS
*.���*.
X
u-e furnished nsims .initio jr fur hOtUOkOOpltUt. , "I i "nee uui en, ... *__*,___*mt*mmm mm.
Apply Drexel Roominv House. 2nd Ave., near inlend to apply lor permission to purehas
McBride. May-1-Inio followini! described lands'
I    Commencing at a post planted, about U
I U_.tr.   W.ntaJ '���
Canadian   Rand   Company's    Products.
Mining Machinery and Contractor's Supplies. Road Building and Concrete
Machinery,     Agricultural,    Farm
and   Dairy   Supplies,   Dump   Cara   and
Wagona,   Gasoline   Enginea, Motor  Vehicles and Trucka
OFFICE: Third and Fulton.  ?,��C.B��R'����
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
2nd Aviv, next tool.I *>fflro of Optimal, m>II only I
STOKES' ICE CREAM
Brit mail** in Seattle. Fruit and Candy, whole-
talc and Iti'tml Look for fla*h mt[t. at night.
SAM GOWEN. Proprietor I'hone NO
NATURAL RESOURCES
SECURITY COMPANY, Ltd.
PAID UP CAPITAL $250,000
���OFFER   FOR SALE���
Townsites Farm and Fruit Lands
���JOINT OWNERS AND SOLE AGENTS OF���
Fort George Townsite        Massett Townsite
HEAD OFFICE:- 606 BOWER BUILDING. VANCOUVER. B.C
Local Office:
Alder Block
Sixth Street
Lively Indoor Baseball Game at
Auditorium Lost Night
Help Wanted
Girl to do talile and chamlier work nt Port K*>
���Inirton Hotel. Wntrrn *;<.*. to iH* a month with
hoard and room. Apply Mn. Hlark. Central
Hotel. City. 1��M26
Experienced Kewer for ladies clothe*. Mrs. M.
G. Gebhnrdt. Wentenhaver Block. <>th Stn-ct
and 2nd Ave. U8-1U
Diitrict Mnnntrer for tint cla��i Health nnd Acci-|
dent Inaurance Company.      Splendid inducements.   Special salary and liberal commission
Department. Empire Life Insurance Company,
611 Winch Huildine. Vancouver. U.C.   1M-I2t>
occupntion   merchant  1 \
tho 1 [
: i    if  u post planted aliout (i) two \ [
miloa south of the lorks of the White and Flat . j
rivers, thenco SO chains south, thenco 80 chains [
WML thonco SO chains north, thencc SO chains \
A Mirror
ALFHKU BBRRYMAN WILLIAMS
Uiilcd April 18, lull. Francia S. Preaton. Auent
I'uli. May 13.
,
Typos  put   it  over  Crescents! , (   .,, .
by 31 to 28 at the indoor baseball
giiiiH'  played   last  nielli  in   the
Auditorium
; the rame and cxtiniiiiiu ran hinh.! w;n,rd-^?, ^'l ,""".cil"rf"r,J"">f."i',",t m"'���.'x,
^ Iratcrnnl Onlcrs in the world.   Call rtiom -*.
Eager
I Nlnetwn younir men to take cosy rooms In the
A    fl'nWtl   witnessed      Hulkley Dluck. near Fulton. lml-lni
MaiOOtKtOOOOafMMKMIOOOOtKMMMMKKKnOiKHmtUKKKKKKMK: ,)OnOOt��:;
io fulfil  their threal  and
| drench the squires "I thc sdeky
iluitl out of existence, thc Bapdst
boys went   to  it  with  a  splash.
Mm the ardor of thc type-stickers
I was not to lie quickly quenched.
  They were iukid to the eyebrows,
~ ���":***; *ti I., spuik, antl in line lonil.    In
ONLY TWO WEEKS MORE
We must close out this stock of Furniture in two weeks time.   A chance
to buy first class Furniture at practically your  own   prices.    :   :   :
Dining Room Chairs, fiuart-eri'il oak, polished,
IfiithiT |a.-ial scat, T> plain chairs and
1 arm  -chair,  worth $45.00,   now    ��nr
1 liniiitr Chairs, Kootl dstlglM,   hartl-
wotnl,   oak   tinish,   rt'^ular $I.3,ri,    AA
now only, each       a/UC
Chiirnnier  with E drawers,   English   Bevel
Plate Mirror, Quarter sawed
Golden  Oak.  regular value    tfOQ   CA
HLS6, now only     ip^OadU
Mahogany  Dining  Koom  Suite; 1 tound top
extension table. B plain chairs. 1 arm chair,
very handsome buffett;   regular
value   $181,60.      Will   sell  this * 1 o r
2 only  Brass  Beds,   regular  value    ���* 1 O
$27.50, to clear at     ��|> 1 O
Buffet in quartered  oak,  Mission   finish,    regular   value    GOf   TA
$55.00, to clear at     *f-t 1 .DU
as their I'ttthinj; eostiimes the Cres-
S anis looketl gootl. Imt though
= ilie printers owing lo the nou-
S;.irrival of iluir -nils mighl have
= been marked hen and there "wrong
= font," they looked a well set up
_m take all lhe smie. anil ever when
== apparently pied were by no means
55 smashed. Most marked was the
= activity of "Small Pica" I'otis,
= while "Italic" Waterman in a
\_m three color cover design done in
== two printings pleased the readers
=5 immensely. Amongst the said
=5 readers stationed in the gallery,
=m must be mentioned "Chink" Self
=5 wilh his iiiiiip.iiiiiiiis Messrs. Coffl \
3 and  Curtain   who   through   their
E5 gramophone    horn    megaphones
3 whispered  soft  nothings  to  their
EE favorites in lhe arena.
Empress Hutel.   I. F. Maillem.
Want-cil���SUIkooiI men to join the Onler of Owls.
Call room *__.. Kmiiress   Hotel.   I.  F.  Maill<'-i..
liaR-111
Fire Insurance
THK Rritish Union antl National Fire Insurance
Company uf London. Knttlantl. with cnnitnl
of ���.'..-.���'..������"���' See us for rates. The Mack
Itealtv anil Insurance Company. "ii-tf
Skeena ljind District -District ol Cassiar
Tnke notico that 1, Charles Frederick Metciil
nf Stowart, B. C, occuiiation Ireiithtcr, intenil to I
apply lor permission  to  purchaa the  lollowini; I 1
ilescrilied lands: *
Commencing at a post planted on the right j l
bank ol the Naas river almut six miles atiove the ' I
lorks ul tho Naas river, thenc stiulh 80 chains, ' 1
thenco wost 80 chains, theiuv norlh 80 chains, a t
theneo oaat 80 chains to point of comitionccment,
contuining G40 acre., more or leas.
Duled March 25, l'Jll. CHARLKS F. MKTCALF
Pub. May 17.      Frank Sidney Wright, Agenl
Skeona Land District    District of Cns-slar
Take notico that I,   Uvrtie   Kd-A'in   lladgcr   ol
Slewurt,  II.  C, occupatiun  plumber,  intend   to
apply for jMirmii-wion  to  purchase lho  (ollowing
deacrilied lands:
Commencing at a post planted uhout one mile
north of the Naaa river and about seven miles
above the forks ol the Naas Kiver upstream,
thunco north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
tlience aoulh 80 chaini. tlience west 80 chains to
poinl of commencement containing 1310 acres
more or loss.
I1KUTIK EDWIN BADOBB
Datod March *21. l'Jll. Frank Sidney Wright, Agt
I'ub. May IT.
That may be safely
"packed" on a trip
is much in demand.
We have them in different sizes.    :   :     :
WATCH   THE   WINDOW
C   H. ORME
The Pioneer Druggist
PHONE   :   ;
82
Countless bargains in Beds. Bedding, Mattressess, Springs, Dressers,
Table:'.,  Carpets and all kinds  of   House   Furnishings.    :   :   :   :
=    No Reasonable Offer Refused
I C. B. L0CKHART
Estate of The Brin   Furniture Co.    =
r
Situations Wanted
~i
A   flnuMtiiNl   mlverlnH-rnrnt    it  a   tirck'IR   Wurk-
li.MittT     ami  -< Itl"'in f.ul��
r
Boarders Wanted       ���
Ilttmo cookm] mrali and nlcrly furninhotl room*
for three pvriotit. Apply Mm. James, Scott
Hi '���*��� . 3nl Ave., between -i h and Slh Su.   >:.��� tf
Trivale Board by the week or month. BOOM
cooking a specialty. Miss K. M. Gleeson, 3rd
Aw., between 7th and hth Sts.. phone 171. 89-tf
L.
Real Estate
...4
Skaana Land District���District or Coast Hange 5
Take notice thst Mrs. L. C. I'utnam of St
I'uul. Minnrsota, occupation married woman
intends to apply for permission to purchase tho
following described lands:
Commencing nt i pn*t plnnted nt thu southwest
corner of I ��� ' No. 1. - ������ marked Mrs. L. C. 1'utnam's
northeast corner, thence west 40 chsino, thence
south 80 chsins thenco cast 40 chains, thence
north 80 chains to post of commencement, con
tainlng 320 acres more or less.
Dsted March 20 1911. MRS. L. C. PUTNAM
Pub. April 15. Geo. It. Putnsm  Agen
Skeena Land District���District of Cassiar
Take notice that 1, Alfred Kytc of Princo Rupert,   H.   C,   occupation   cicctrici&n,   Intend   to
apply  for permission  to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post plantod about (3) three
miles south of the forks of the Whito and Klat
rivers, thence 80 chains south, thence K0 chains
east, thence 80 chains north,  thenca  80 chains
west.
Dated April 18, 1911.
Pub. May 13.
ALFHKD KYTK
Francis S. Preston, Agent
Skeena Land District���District of Coast K.!���..:������ ���
Taku notice that Alexander Mclntoih of Van
couver, H C, occupation real estato broker
Intonds to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a poat plantod 40 chains aouth
from tho southwest corner of Lut 995, thence hO
chains south, thenco 40 chains wost, thence 80
chains north, thence 40 chsins east tu pnlnt of
csmmenccment containing 320 acres more or \___t*%
Dated April 17, 1911.
ALEXANDER MclNTOSli
Pub. May 6
Skeena Land District���District of Caviar
Take  notico that 1, Percy  Francis Godenrath
of Stewart, lt. C, occupation journalist   intvnd to
apply  for permUsion to  purchaae  thc fullnwinc
described lands:
Commoncing  at  a  post  planted  on  the right
bank of the Naas river about seven miles above
tho forks of the Naas river, thenco south bO chain*,
thence weat  80 chains, thenoe north 80 chuin*.
thence east 80 chains to point of commencement,
containing 040 acres more or less.
PERCY FRANCIS GODENRATH
Dated Mare   26,1911.  Frank Sidney Wright, Agt
Pub. May 17.
LAND  PURCHASE  NOTICE
Skeena Land District���District of Coaat Hange 5
Take notice that I. Hell Hall Kenney of Yar-
A clarified advertisement is a real estate sajes-
mnn. and does not often count enough "to
count" In the net result.
Nineteen younir men wanted to rent cosy furnished in thc Hulkley Rooms, fith Ave., near Fulton.
109-lm
Fur Sale-Two choice tracts Lakelse Valley; eight
dollars an acre.   H. F. McRae A Co. 126-tf
For Sale- Heauliful Homeslteun Park; 1250 cash.
II. F. McRae & Co. 126-tf
A ��� m**mm
Assignee  = ;
��� SS     laa'a
.r
For Sale
	
 I
 mouth, Nov. Scotift, axvajpatinn murrietl  woman.
m^Z , it.i.-r, I  to apply  lor  |, -tiUnlaan to purehMc th.
_____Z , (olliiwii-iR dararrilitHl Undi:
_SZ i    t-'ommpnrinit >t a p.i*t plantnl at north ****
^_Z . cornrr ol T. 1. Uit 3H.,l!lt, ttirncv nniaintf ��i.t 4U
S5 I rl'"" "���  thpnen north  M> chalna, Ihencv r-ut   -ll)
���.^   rhaina, Ihvncv aoulh Ml ehaina to placv ol com- i
M���   mcn-ownvnl   coniaininit   Ull  acm.  morv or   !��� -- j
poat la on aouth cant -corner ol land applied ! A rla.nitled advertinement,  peraiatently printed. |
markeal letter, s. K., ibout one mile we.1 ol      will well anythfnit nf value.
         ke ljikeliie, ...in I. vi.li- ol Skeena liver Dl'trlct
��� ,'l'!.i��|l*.,!ii"'l!8*ii'i i       iipi i   mil   iirwiv i A" ******** <m necon.l hand uood. b..uirht and .old. I
***���*���*��� HA1.I. kl.NSK^       K. M. Cro.liy, Third Ave., bvlwevn Tth and Hth
John ll.vetty. Ajent ,xm._,.      ' 117-.f
I'uh. May It,
=WE    SELL
Victor Gramophones & Records
AT CATALOGUE PRICES
Tho same pricea as theie
Koods are retailed at throughout Canada.       ::       ::
McRae Bros., Limited
Slatioiwrs     -     Rooksrllns      -     Odin Fuinilm'
pS^:SilJ:S:��:S:S:S:S^:^SiS��UHS:S:^n:UJS:
Uncle Jerry^ New list
Carpenters are getting husy on residences all nver town hut even with this
building activity it will be some time
baton the dam-Mid for dwelling houses
and np'.iriments can be supplied if it
ever is, baeatlH of Ihe.number of new
paopla  arriving   with 4 the   object  of
milking humis liere. My currespondence
upon this rabjaet with iiarties now on
the outside is ronntantly increasing
���0 I muke an Hpaelai itiipeiil lo those
Having apartments and houseB to rent
witb"\jnt.b',rrm,!diftlely   l"1  lh"m
RESIDENCES  FOR   RENT
with store below.    A bargain.
��15 per month.    Cabin, 1HX 12.    Stov,
Jeremiah H. Kugler
$25 per month.    Five room cottage, pl-
ustered.    Water.
$40 per month.    Four rooms, bath and
toiltt   Furnished $50 per month.
$15 per month.   Four    room    cottage
near McHridc.   Running water.
$25 per month.   Two story, four rooms.
i'artly furnished.
$25 per month.   Five   rooms.     Water
not   laid "ii.^
$22.50 per month.   Four   rooms   in   a
double   house.     I'apered   and   Well
finished.
$30 per month.    Two      story,      seven
rooms.    Hath  room  but  not  connected.
$20 per month.    Three  rooms.    Partly
furnished.
$25 per month.    Two story, f,V(, r()0rnK.
I'artly furnished.    Garden.
$35 per month.    Six rooms and bath
$35 per month.    Seven mums and bath.
$35 per month.    Hungalnw, f���Ur rooms.
Hath.   Hot and told water.
WHY PAY RENT?--BUY A HOME
$2,500 Huys five room house in Section (i. Easy terms of payment
can be arrangod.
$6,000 Huys double apartment house
in Section C. Terms can bc arranged.
$5,500 Huys nine room house with
basement. Hot and cold water.
Modern conveniences. Time payments arrangod.
$5,180 Huys elegant eight room bungalow. Four fireplaces. Hath. All
modern conveniences.
$300    Huys live room house on Reserve.
$2,700   Buyi four room house in Section 6.    Modern conveniences, including bath.
$3,000    Huya   seven    room    house    in
Section 6.    Modern conveniences.
$2,625   Huys  two  story  houBe,  seven
rooms, in Section 1.
I
1 $3,500 Buys house and shack in Section 1. Three rooms, kitchen, basement.
$3,000 Buys two story nine room
house in Section (i. Bath. Telephone.   Price $6,676.
$1,000 Huys two story.livc room house
in Section 7.   l'rice $2,260.
$1,000 Huys two story, seven room
cottage in Section 6. Bath. Price
$3,000.
$1,000 Huys five room house on Seventh
Avenue,    l'rice $2,600.
$800 Buys well finished four room house
in Section 6. Bath, closets. Price
$2,700.
BUY A LOT AND GET RICH
$100 Buys two lots In Section 8. Price
$600.
$400 Buys six lots at Seal Cove. Price
$1,200.
$400 Buys four lots near Seal Cove.
Price $225 each.
$100   Buys two lots in Section 8. Price
$500.
$200    Buys two lots in Section 8. Prico
$476.
$800   Buys lot in Section 1, easy terms
for balance.   Price $3,760.
$840   Buys lot in Section 6.   ThiB is a
snap for cash.
$550   Buys two lots in Section 6.   Easy
terms for balance.
$600   Buys   lot   in   Section   6.     Price
$1,025.
$400   Buys lot in Section 6.   Price $860.
HOW ABOUT ROOMING HOUSES?
$500   BuyB furniture and lease for two
'cars of ten room house.  Toilet and
yc
bath.
$1600   Cllh       ttm     I'l.a.aiaa,.      Mill
and Carpenter Hhup
I
$800 CASH. First payment on $4,200
rooming house, 20 x 100, 2 story
and basement. Balance payable
$100 monthly.
$725 Buys furniture and 3 1-2 years'
lease of rooming houso In Section
1.   Rent $45 per month.
$700 BuyB rooming house on Third
Avenue. Nine lurnished room8,J[all
rented.    A snap.
$1,800 Buys large rooming house. Close
in. Finest placo in city. Should
clear $100 to $160 per month.
Investigate this.
"ASK UNCLE JERRY"
We havc also a hotel proposition
worthy of consideration, several business
opportunities, stores to rent, boats for
sale and so forth.
There has been a surprising demand
recently for farm lands up the Skeena
mid in the Bulkley valley. We have
a large amount of acreage, carefully
selected, all the way from Kitselas to
Francois Lake, with full descriptions
of the character of the soil and so forth
lhe prico ut present iB low, running
from $10 an acre up. Some of the land
is partly cleared and has farm buidinga
on it. You should certuinly.look into
this. "���
"Aak Uncle Jerry"
ates;������^^
I   $425
lluya Two Lot! in  Section  B.
Thi. I. a 111k Hnap.
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