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Array The Prince Rupert Optimist
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DAILY  EDITION
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VOL. II,  NO. 78
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Prince Rupert, B.C.. Mommy, April 10. 11)11.
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BIG DISTRICT OF TOKIO
P&TROYED BY FLAMES
Three ""lion Dollars of Damage Was Done on Sunday
-Over a Hundred Japanese Girls Injured
and Five Thousand Shops Are
Now in Ruins
(Special to the Optimist)
Tokio, April 10.���Fire swept
the Yoshiwari distriet of Tokio
yesterday. Getting a firm grip
over a wide area of light structures,
the flames urged by a strong hree/-
ate iheir way rapidly through ��K
whole restricted district.
Frantic girls lied terafwl t)cforL'
it clad in the lightest garments,
and clinging to il��-,r Jewelry hurriedly snatched lll> at the alarm.
Little could he d��ne by *e
fire brigiui" '���>' ''>' tearing down
interver"jg houses the fire was
conli'"*' eventually.    Damage to
the extent of over three million
dollars ��as caused by the outbreak and it was reported last
nigh' that four girls had been
Livined to death. At least a
Hundred were injured though not
seriously, and six fire-fighters got
badly burned.
About five thousand houses and
shops were burded down, less
than two-thirds of the damage
being covered by insurance.
On Wednesday afternoon there
will be a candy and apron sale
at the Methodist Church.
REAL ESTATE BOOMING
Local Firm Put Through Several Recent Deals
Thc spring has brought about
a loosening up in lhc local real
estate market. The following deals
are reported by Messrs. McCaffery
X' Gibbons:
Sect. 1, Lol 18, Block 20, price
$4780.
Sect. 5, Lol 19, Block 4 with
house, $2100.
Sect. 5, Blink 9-10, Lot 10,
$2360.
Sect. 5, Lots 9 10, Block 22,
$1200.
Sect. 5, Lol 10, Block 4, $1000.
Sold to A. Kemp.
Sect. 5, l.ot 9, Block I, $1000.
Sold to W. Loiselle, Kitselas.
Sect. 5, Lot 38, Block 27, $450.
Sect. 6, Lots !) 10, Block 11),
.13600. Sold to Mr. Emad, Montreal.
Sect. 6, Lots 9-10, Block 3, $2410
Sect. 7, Lot 13, Block 7, $1000.
Sold to Mr. Dellicico, Spokane.
SHIPPING REPORTS
From ilu* Dominion  Government   Wire*
leit Station!
(At 8 A. M.)
Estevan reports weather cloudy,
wind strong, south east, moderate
sea. Steamer Tecs passed at 7
a.m.
Light rain changing to snow
prevaile at Tatoosh. A steam
schooner came in at 3.20 a.m.
Tatoosh spoke the steamer Minnesota 110 miles off Cape Flattery
at 8 p.m. The Minnesota expects
to reach Seattle by Thursday.
Weather is clear around Cape
Lazo but thick seaward. A strong
southeaster is blowing but the sea
is moderate.
Mist and rain al Point Grey
with a south easl wind.
Ikeda reports cloudy sky. north
wind, and a light swell. Skidegate
similar weather.
The steamer Quadra is .it Skidegate.
DIGBY ISLAND   WENDY
Wireless Boy Entertains Mother
Who May Make Home there
Mr. R. J. Harris of the Digby
Island Wireless Station welcomed
his mother to I'rince Rupert the
Other day. Mrs. Harris paid
a visit to the wireless station where
the boya have been batching it
throughout the winter, and it
is probable that arrangements will
be made for her to reside there.
Though all are clever batchers,
the wireless boys appreciate the
presence of a mother to make lhe
place like home. It's the Peter
Pan spirit of course.
Mr. W. A. Casey, who was
shot in the hand during lhe strike
riots last Thursday is Buffering a
good deal of pain will) lhe wound.
Besides this he has an ulcerated
tooth thai is even more painful
than his hand.
MAYOR MANSON AGREES
TO OPEN P.R.I.A. HALL
Stipulates that a  Committee Assume Re ponsibility
for Keeping Order and that Constables Be
Allowed to Attend Meetings
Work Starts Again
The police have consented to
allow tlie P. R. I. A. to be reopened. Mayor Manson said this
morning: "After a consultation
with Chief Vickcrs it has been
decided lhal if a bona fide representatives of tlie P. K. I. A.
make application to the Chief
of Police he will, after satisfying
himself that this course is satis-
factiry to the principal members
of the organization hand over the
hall to a committee that will be
prepared to lake tlie responsibility
for the proper conduct of all
members  of  the  gatherings  ami
allow one or liiore constables to
be present in the hall at all the
meetings.
Messrs. Montgomery, Hunter
and Findlay representing the Longshoremen and the P. R. 1. A.
agreed to these terms.
Mclnnis & Kelly are working
aboul 20 men today. Watson
Brothers will start a gang in the
morning, and S. P. McMordie
will re-commence operations on
his contracts tomorrow morning
with about 20 men. By Thursday
he hopes lo have a full gang
working.
GOLD STRIKE
IS GOOD ONE
Prospectors Return from Upper
Naas River
THE GOLD IS THERE
Prospectors Keep Mum but are
Quietly Tipping it off to their
Friends Old Placer Men Say
It Looks Good.
Several prospectors returned to
Stewart from the I'pper Naas
River last night. They have very
little to say regarding the placer
lind reported there. It is rumored
lhat these men have prospected
and are satisfied with the panning
done and have tipped it off quietly
to their friends.
Surface panning proves that
gold exists everywhere on the
bars and outfits are being bought
f for return to the camps for further
prospecting. Old placer mining
men say lliings look good to them
aud the next inonthjor two should
prove tin ground slaked.
The shortest way into lhe camp
is via Stewart. Prom there it
is twenty-three miles to the Upper
Naas_River��district.
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COAL STRIKE
IS PEACEFUL
Men Need No Urging to Refrain
From Violence
ALL WILL STAND FIRM
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Statement Made by President
Powell Today at Miners' Ga h
ering Attitude of Men Towards Mackenzie King's Proposal Kept Dark.
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(Special to thp Optimist) .
Leihbrideg. April 10.���While
the strikers in .the mining disirict
here remain of their present frame
of mind the strike will be a peaceful one. President Powell of district IS of the I . M. W., made the
statement today and urged the men
to maintain the spirit with which
they   are   at   present   actuated   to
I keep the peace. The men maintained that they required no urging.    Presidenl   Powell refused  to
Isay what attitude the men would
take towards Hon. W. L. Mackenzie King'sQdemand for investigation of the whole circumstances in dispute.
TO HOLD A GENERAL
ELECTION IN FALL
Well-informed source at Ottawa says that after census  is   taken, Redistribution Act will be
passed and Sir Wilfred will go
to the country
Ottawa, April 10. That a general election will lake plnce in the
fall, and thai the issue will be
fought out on the reciprocity
question is now looked upon as
likely. The purpose in delaying
the election till fall is to allow
thc census to be taken, and a
Redistribution Act passed before
making the appeal. It had been
thought at first that an election
would not be brought on till
next year, but the latest report
from a semi-official source, and
one which is receiving a good deal
of credence, is that a general
election will come somewhat sooner
than was anticipated.
It is now said lhat the Government p|an contemplates an adjournment about the middle of
May. During the summer the
work of taking lhe census will begone on with, special attention
being paid lo the West, and an
rarly session is to be called in
September, a Redistribution Act
will be passed, and dissolution
and   an   appeal   to   the   country
follow in November. This program is one which would meet
with general approval.
It is reported that Sir Wilfrid
is anxious lo appeal to the country
on the reciprocity issue, but that
there will be no such appeal until
the proper representation is given
the West.
FAMOUS   BRIBER   DEAD
Ex-State Senator Michael Link
May Have Killed Himself
(Special to the Optimist)
Mitchell, III., April 10.- Former
Slate Senator Michael Link, who
confessed to offering a thousand
dollar bribe to Lorimer, was found
dead in his bath room here this
morning. An Inquest will be held
though death is thought to be
due to natural causes.
The steamer Camosun will not
call here this week. She will
be laid up for a week lo undergo
repairs.
STRIKERS ON TRIAL TOD A Y
In  relays  lhe strikers toed  the! substantiated b\  evidence he had, I will   sunn
all    unrecognisable
line  in   the   Police  Court   today.] was allowed to go
There were no sentences this morn-: own recognisances,
ing,   but   one   or   iwo   who   had
got mixed  up in the business but
are   apparently   no)    dangerously
inclined,   were   lei    OUl    on   bail.
Though the cases were dealt with
as speedily as possible  the whole
forenoon was occupied in re-niand
ing the various accused. Following are the principal points of
interest in the process.
Mulliganorium Boss
J. B. King, James Carrigee, and
K. C. Ross wree remanded along
with others till tomorrow. Carrigee is famous as "Compounder
of Mulligans" and was the originator of the "P. R. I. A. Mulligan Brigade."
Case of Spite
Reda Jannis, named in an information Inn mil specially charged, had his case enquired into.
W. K. Williams on behalf of the
man made a strong appeal for his
dismissal as Mr. Williams declared thc COlTiplalnl against Yan-
nis had been laid from motives
of personal spite bf a fellow
Countryman. He Vt\* released
on his own bail.
Would Prove Alibi
N. Comar who declared he was
not in the riot at all, and whose
statement Mr. William* said was
Hiiind  on  his
Mike  I'.-u..11
and M. K. Pevich were remanded
until tomorrow.
Denies That He Is Leader
W. Fraser who was released
bound over on his own recognizances   on   Saturday,   appeared
again this morning, lie had commenced holding meetings of the
strikers as soon as lie got out of
jail  and  was at   once re-arrest cd.
Ile was remanded until tomorrow.
With Deadly Intent
Milan Vuckavitch, charged with
shooting with intent to kill, appeared with Mike Jukitdi and Iwo
Others. He was remanded till
tomorrow.
Tongue Twister Titles
"These fellows don't s|icll iheir
names twice the same," declared
Magistrate    Carss    this    morning
as   bunch   after   bunch   of men
appeafed before him, and the
alphabet got man ellousK mixed.
Troubles Never Single
?.Iike Sckovilcll, wounded in
the shoulder and looking pretty
sick, wilh a black eye in addition
to his other troubles was remanded.
Prison Barber Needed
Unless the business of sentencing
the strikers hurries up a bit ihey
iheir beards .ire growing so fast.
Secretary's Pale Smile
A. (I. Morse, secretary of the
P. R. I. Aa looking very pale and
worn smiled to his counsel, W. B,
Williams, when he came in.    His
case was remanded.
Magnificent, but Not War
Mike Kela made a noble effort
to get his former spelling of his
name to sound like Trottavitch
bill the Magistrate has an ear for
music and his effort failed.
W.E.Williams Appeal
W. E. Williams appealed that
some of the sirikers at present
held in jail should be lei out on
bail in order that evidence might
be more easily obtained for their
defence. The Magistrate was not
disposed to grant this, and W.
I'.. Fisher spoke very strongly
against il. He remarked that
a movement was even on fool this
morning   to  prevent   men   from
working.
Would Bail Out These
Mr. Williams appealed specially
for the following to be bailed out:
B. I.ubridgc, Mat Yiedeck, Nick
Hitch (who has a good deal of
property), Nick Ruekavitch, and
Nick Slugar. Magistrate Carss
instructed Mr. Fisher lo investigate
these cases.
TO BRING TOURISTS
���      TO PRINCE RUPERT
The Harriman railroad syndicate will   join  with the
Grand Trunk to bring tourists from Southwestern States���Will build  network
of huge hotels on the coast
of this travel, the Grand Trunk
i.- io build magnificent hotels
with large accommodations at Vie-
To make Prince Rupert the.
chief point of attraction for tourists from lhe .southwestern states-
is the object of the Harriman
lines, the railroad octopus of ihe
Stales, and the Grand Trunk Pacific have in .view. Both companies
have agreed to at once start on
one of lhe most vigorous advertising campaigns ever undertaken
by railroad companies. Other North Pacific coast points will be
introduced to the notice of tourists and settlers. Phis information comes from Mr. J. II. Burgess,
general agent  for the passengerI
department of the G. T. P., who end customers.
says that   much  of  the  publicity 	
work will be done during the The hospital ball on Tuesday,
coming summer is practically ccr- April 18, promises to be a success
tain, travel going by way of Seattle jin every way. The ladies of the
and the Grand Trunk steamers I Woman's Auxiliary of the Hos-
to Prince Rupert, while the water I pita]    Board    are   selling    tickets
and rail plan is still not complete, like hot cakes.   The patronesses
"When this deal is put through"  are:   Mesdames W. Manson,  Or.
said Mr. Burgess, 200,000 tourists Tremayne, J. H. McMullin, C. C.
toria, Vancouver and Prince Rupert, and the largest crowd of
summer tourists ever seen on
Puget Sound will begin ils regular
pilgrimage  lo  this section  of  the
country when everything is complied.
TALK ABOUT TOWN
Stalker & Wells, grocers, have
opined a new branch store on
Seventh avenue near Hays Cove
Circle   lo   convenience   their   easl
from thc Great Lakes and Southwestern States will be handled
every summer destined for Northwestern   cities.     In   anticipation
Meehan, and D. G. Stewart. The
husbands of the patronesses and
Judge Young are acting as stewards. The Prince Rupert Optimist
HAII.Y.ANU WEKKI.Y
ir of Northern British Columbia,
it
THE OPTIMIST is the leading newspaj i:
h��s grown up ��iih tin.' olty,
EtBaUUNQ Notices and I.khai. Advertisinq _
A DVKU'l 'lsiNi! I!A IKS are one price to all���26c per Inch each Issue for display
This rate applies to all advertising without distinction of quantity
��� ���-���: .:..g wjn to charged at 10c, per line.
are 10c per line.
Condensed Advertisements
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES   Daily, Mc per montn, unpu.uv ,���., .,	
Weekly, $2.00 per year.  Outside Canada -Daily, 18.00 peryear; Weekly
$2.r>u peryear, strictly in advance.
Monday, April 10
Daily Edition.
Serving
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the Prince Rupert Public
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vcrlising
This is the day of advertising,
horn, the Bamc it ^h.ill not be blowi
relies for o large portion ol its revenue upon its value n
medium for others, to neglect to advertise itself. And it will ii lerest
til hoihI advertising should   our reader:
lu ia a uu��...   ���
91 will rent them unyielf ami pay r
vnnce, no watting, no liHtiina*. Phono i
Black 69-Undo Jerry. w-u
Till-: Brltlah Union and National Fire Inaurance
L Company ��f l.untlun. Bnnlantl, with capital
.f U.SW.UOO.OO, Si'o iis [or ratei. The Mack
Roaltyand Inaurance Company. 70-tf
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luuea of Bloctrlcal Apoaratua,
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Bollera, Concrete mix" .
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what the Optimist i> doing to make
in know something
Rupert known among
S. O. E. B. S.
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KOOM 4. McINTYRE BLOCK ��� P. 0. BOX 724
Sooooooooooooooooooooooooe
Swift's Premium Ham- sndBac
Cowlchan Eggs 35c, si
QUEEN'S RESTAURANT
LAND PURCHASE NOTICK
Talk
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occupation protpootori Intondl to up'
I'lmHt' the following (JOB'
|Earl Greys Rifles Turned Out
Yesterday  Morning
HEARD FINE SERMON
R -.��� ��� DesBarres, of the
Anglican Church Conducted
Service Major Fred Stork
Was In Command Special
Music at the Service.
ply'tor permiaaion to pur
erlbed landai
Commencing at a poat
E.W.'a S.K. corner '""-, ""
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mencement, containi
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Proprietor
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i N.W. oorner; thenoe north 40
(hence woal BO chalna, thenca n.niilt 40
.'list mi ohntne, to pnint uf oom*
iiliii acroa, more or la'aa.
LE8L1E K. WALTER,
Datad i��i tto,, lull
Pub, Fab, HI.
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Incidentally it illustrates thc value of a good newspapi r in catching
thc car of the outside public, Possibly we will write a story each
month telling what we have done a> a newspaper among the newspapers of Can.iila.
Tin- particulat item we select is an editorial,the last of a seriesol
three which appeared aboul >i\ wicks ago, showing how urgent it
was that reciprocitj should cany in the interests of the fisheries ol
Northern British Columbia. Thai particluar editorial has travelled
right across the continent to Newfoundland, down the Atlantic coast
and I i.ick again iii each case the name of I'rince Rupert and the Optimist
being used,
The iir>i intimation of its oul of town use was given by its appearance in the Manitoba Free Press. Two days later it appeared in
the columns of tlie Toronto Globe. From there it was clipped into
almost ever) leading dail) paper in Ontario. A correspondent in
Newfoundland sent the office a marknl copy showing that even in tho
far-away Crown colon) in the Atlantic had lieen heard I'rince
peri's statement of the value of the North Pacific fisheries, ant
need of reciprocitj t" develop them.
Last week a shoal of papers Irom the prairie provinces showee
that the article irom the Optimist was still lining business, and hai
got a> (ar back again a> Calgary.
This i> the kind of service which cannot very well l>c translate
into lemis ol money.   Thc space alone in the press of Canada, charge)
as reading matter, would total up to an amount that would make th
funds ul a Publicity Clul> look *ick, if the matter were undertaken j
as ordinary publicity material.
The attention thai the < Iptimist is now receiving among the press
of the Dominion consdtutcs as added reason for the change in the
make-up of lhe paper, anil for the proposal to change the name of
the paper to one inure appropriate for a leading daily newspaper.
Not only mir subscribers and advertisers, but the general public
who are interested in the development of Northern British Columbia!
may rot assured that to the limit ul the financial support accorded
it. the Optimist under that or Borne more appropriate name--will
continue to extend ii> influence for the general development of the
district.
I   i'ur friends in subscribing for and advertising in thc Optimist
ttW imt  merely Inlying  the best newspaper and  the most  valuable
advertising space in Prince Rupert. They are also helping to advertise
the city and districl among thc cities and towns of the Dominion.   A
wspaper is the beat publicity club a town can have.
PHONG M4QRBBN
P.O. BOX
Tin' Prlnoe Rupert Lodge, ��->  .UH, Sans of
England, meeta the Ural and third Tueadayi In
aaen n tta In thoCarpentan Hall, at 8 p.m.
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I' 0. Box US. Ptinea Rupert j ^^^^^
 Plumbing   :  Steamfitting
A. L. W ATKINS
...WANTED.,.
Assembling in the drill haU
yalcrdaj morning, a I'-'"'1 "'
healthy. ��vll built young men,
known officially as Earl Greys
Kiik,   marched   from
hall Lo I'"  Angle"1 l
attend divim-service, in accordance
with the regulations of ihe rcgi-
Mayor   Fred   Stork   was
The other officers
ants Agnew and Me
dic  drill
lunch  to
Bkeena Land Dlitrlot���Dletr..	
Take notiee that 1 Bokom McDonald ol Prinee
Rupert, B.C., oeoupatton laborer, Intendi to up
ply for permiaaion to piutfuiae the followlnti de-
bed lantlis
nt a pant plaitad three and ono-
saaterly dlraamn from tin1 paint
the Lava t,ai���. trail beglni
Ihorly illrav,,,,, him. Ilia
halna,
t.OAl. NiniL.il
on,��� Ohatlotta Ialunda Land District���District ol
v�� Skeunil
Taka notice that I. John Method of Vancouver
occupation broker, Intond to npply or jwrntarton
la prMpeol i"r o��nl ami potroleum on tha following
''Tnnmi'ici'i!!?st * P��* I''""'",1' ��1'""t T !"����
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Jnalna?' thonco north 80 ehaina. thanea saat 80
chalna to point ol commcnoamonti containing
(im acrea, mora or loaa,
Dated PBb.811, 1011
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CUARLBB M0BB1S
joaaph Helwny. Agont
JOHN Mcl.KOD
Clurenco McDowoll, Ayont
Ouwn Charlotte lalandi Land Diatrict-District of
^ Skeena
Take noliee Ituil 1. John McU'iul of Vuncouvor,
occupation brokor, Intand to apply tor permiaaion
to   proapect lor COal and Iielroleum on the following
ilt'Hcrilieil IuiiiIh: ,    .   ,    , ���
Commencing al a poal plantad aboul two mUea
aoutb and um mllee weet of the mouth of lho
Hel ttlvw uml marked I. Mc.L. S. B, Corner,
N.i IS, Hieiice nurlli SI) chains, lllonca' west Ht)
ahalna, theaee aouth so cliuins. thonco oust so
ctialns to pnlat of coiiimenconiont: contuintiiK 640
���aaaaa   mnre or lesa.
'.;���.;il'el,r,li.|l JOHN McLKOD
Pub, t'eli. Wi U>slie K. Wulter, Auent
Quel*. Charlotte lalaaw tjiml Ilialrict���District of
Sa.rt.nu
Tuke no, v that l. JoBa McLood of Vancouver,
oeeupauon bi iu>r, Intand e. apply 'or permisaion
to proepael for e..,| ami petrdaaum on tba following
daeeribed landai
Commoncing al Jsnoat plantoA about two mili-a
soutli  an.l  two  mile-wesl  .af  Ilu   mouth  of tlie
Tl-el Uiver and iniirkb. j, Mr.i��� u K Corner,
No. 4T, thonce aouth �����.chalna, tb��ua west so
cimins, thenca north so  i.���m��  thenw east so
cliuins Iii point of eollililellce.���n|. ,.������, ���(���)���,, ,].|0
ucres, more or less. ^^^H
Datad Pab :"J, 1811.
Pub, fell. 21
The Optimisl
Prince Rupert
B.C.
eiaul lie'
o
kUT OF TOWN Readers of the
Optimist intending to settle in
Prince Rupert or the interior are
assured of a square deal, when outfitting, by purchasing their supplies and
equipment from firms who advertise in
the Optimist.        :-        :-        :-
The management solicits and accepts
local advertising only from firms of the
utmost reliability. By purchasing from
them you are assured of an honorable deal.
You have not only the guarantee o
the advertiser; you have the added endorsement which the acceptance of their
advertising implies. This is a service
which we owe to our out-of-town readers
and which they will do well to profit by.
Brin
Furniture
Coys
ASSIGNMENT
Sale
Is Still Going on
service,
sermon
turned
New
Knox
Hotel
AIlTAUl)  ii   BESNER,  PROPRIETOR!!
mi tin' Buropoui
l.:il.'*l M.-l.in
^^^^^ BEDS BOc UT
KIKST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
Tta New   Kn..\ Rottl U run   ..
tilnn.   Flrnt-cliiP!. -rrvicr.   All ilu* |*nl����l M.-bin
unpTowmtnts. <
FRANK D. KEELEY
wilui.KSAl.K ASI) RETAIL DRUOOIBT
Phone No. 200 P. 0. Uox ."WO
PRINCE RUPERT. H.C.
PORTLAND CANAL STOCKS
Mordie.
Special liymna .tml ;i Bpecia,
sermon were the features of the
For his text tor the
Rev. T. C. DesBarres,
i the philosophical words
written l>y tlie sage of Israel, in
Proverbs, chap. 16, verse 32, which
reads: "He that is slow to anger
is better than the mighty; and
In ill.it ruleth his spirit than he
tli.it t.iketh ti city."
First commenting on the tlii-
iiuiee with which the military
profession is regarded in Britain
with what it is here or in thc
country to the south, ihe preacher
opined that to acquire the elusive
dollar Bcemed to be the chiel
object of life in many quarters.
"It in.iy be in time that wc >h.ill
care i"r other things besides mon>
cy. Ai present it i> money lur-
gains thai hold our interest," he
-.,'u\.
It i- imi nivt'O lo every one to
take   a   city;    lhi>   honor   comes
to ii lew, but ihe greater honor
of mastering or conquering one's
spirit  is within  everyone's reach
'I'n do ihis one must lie determined
not   lo   In-  a
t
.,  , a.,,.,1 l-.-irlft    Dlalrla't iif Cusiaiiii
Takenotlo      '    ��������� ll������.|kl,(.|���,, |n���.,���i
""'.r;,',, ,.,;,,'.", .. "> Purehaae the f. ��
ll.^rlil-M l.i'i.l'     	
��� inimencliul ...,",,-,���,!,.,.,.���,, r���,m tK. .....
.be Liivu Uka trail beirlni
��� northerly dlwHon from il"
hanee aouth , rhtt ehaina
thenee nortli ni chalna
o poinl nf |..miiii"u'i.|,ii.i.t
liuif mllee I
to |n.     	
M nt iiliml"! throa' and
and ona mile In
Kii.l Lava Lake tn
Ihence weal 90 cl
thance eaal ���> chl
centalnlni 8W "'
Data, Feb. S, 1(11.
pub. Mnra-h 1".
JOHN HoDCNALD
joiajph Belway, asaanl
,.,   ���    SJ1N  McLKOD
quean Chariotta W">Wj��il l)mtrict^..iM|ri(.t
Take noUoa that i. Jolm Mcl��ni ol Vunav
occupaUon iT��i��'r. "'ti'ml to ���pply l��f.parralCJ
io praapoct lot i""11""1 patrplaum oa ti��' lolloWC
deecribed landai ,   .   ,    ,
I'liiiiniiwiiiK in " P��" plant cal about two
m||M aouth and i��" mil��� *��rt ol tto mouth o
il���. 'I'l-|.| Hivir. Uriiliuin li-limil. uml iiiurki'il
j ll I N. W. Cornar, No. ill, thenci' south Ml
[���iiiiin.i ilia-net' i'a��t 1*0 cliuim, Ihi'iici' nortli HU
ahalna, thenca we* ��u chaina to point nt commencement! conlaiiiini! 010 acr.��. mora 01���I***';
liiial Fab. ... l'Jll- JOHN MeLl.OU
I'uh. Feb. 'tl. t'lari'iica. McDowill, Akviii
^Kis'ii'i Immt Da
TiiW noUea ii
il. C. occu
���Dlitrifl nl *'*"*"  ll'"'!*'' *
Murv H.ll BetlaW "I \nncou
n Haliwi.i. intenda to anpU
��� ���    lollowinK ilcacrihcd
Oun.n Charlotte lalumla Liuul Dlalrict���Diatrict o
M SaiH-nn
Take noli"' thai ta John Udatod ot Vuncouver
���.���ui.iiium broker, iiiuiiil lo apply lor permiaaion
io iraapeet t'ir coul and iielroleum on ihe lollowini
daubed landa: ,   , ���
t oi..���,nci���K at u poat pliinta'it hIhiiii iwo mil���
lamia: i _.~1  .,  alio north ' ��"uth ��'��� 'two nulea weet ol lhe iiiuulh ot the Tlel
' canmaadni  ii J l>��' _____*$, "'. V" .'.,���! River ami Srkad J. McL, s. w. Corner, No. BS,
aaitwrnereS I      _W t_*<$*g**J_lJutf*"" """' H  cliinna.  Ihenc aM  a*0 chuina.
fur  (HTTIlitsllltl  10        U'hllW1  tl
(tout   pluntM ut  th'
SSffliSBB^Bti^
I     Ml
uth lo    Hi'  "'
1 more or U -
Dated Feb. O, Ulll
I'ub. Feb. 24.
colituiniiiu   lilll  hit���,
,,.,*,: ��� ���   I'l'l  l.l'H'll*    ���'"."'.        	
Pub. Martli i
JOHN Mel,',:ol)
lareiic- McDowell, A^ent
COAL NOTICK
Imlnin Triinrti 1 artirt Hhtrkt   Dhtriet i
Hktnni
'I tin nodflj thut t, John McIj^hI "f \aiimuvw
leeupaUoa t>n>ki>r. mtrnil to upply tor ptmtailoi
D proi{*flet lur coat and pt'irttlfum un i\v fnlUmini
��� ��� ��������� anil I'm* miU-t* wm ��'! t)M nu uth nf tht l\**.*\
Uutf uml niirkis! J. McU, S K CoCMTa Nu '-���'���.
tu..*,^.*  north   Ml  chainx,  ttwnri*  ����-i   W)  chiins.
QUMO ChurUittu ^^^nl dtatrict���DUlrict of
Ttln n��i'"' that I. John B. | (lf VnitctmviT
occupulion broor, inti'ii.l to nw ,or .���.rinijWj���n
to |ir��"|>��*t ,l,r Ctml H,ul |H-troleum |h|i Iol|llwini��
���MCriwd lUWM . at-
muth ol iho  I'M U.vor uml mark��   jL     y ,
.'1. ��.-.   ��o  t-li.ui.     tlH'iici-  north  Pi) I ''���
tiiriirv w��-t(  SO chains,  Uwm  ..-..,.  _.
theno1 mtt 80 chain* io point ol cotnnu-ncoiVi,1
OOl'.. ' Ing t'��IO ui'ntt, inori- or i.*a%.
\**-i   :  Ll'   22, IHU.
Pul. Kih. 24.
JOHN UeLBOD
LhUi K. WalU-r, AfMt
I'.'tiv  north mi chainv., mmm-m-- ���
ilwnrf Miuth mi chains ihvmv tu>i BQ chainn to
point   of  rtimnunninrnt;    contuititt^i;  till) am-.
mon- or twu.
I'.n.'i Kil> 2K r 11
I'uh Kb. sa,
JtHIN McLKOD
ClaWiMV MrlNmt'll. Xttclit
NO REASONABLE
OFFER REFUSED
��� ��� ��� ���
IN THE
Pool Block,    3rd Ave.
Between 7th and 8th
Latitat   Quotationa   From Vancouver Exchange.
not worth while, he declared.
A  DAY  FOR  THE S.  A
(Aa rcporla-al by S. Hi
irraaon & Co.
RID
)
MUU
Portland Canal
Stewart M. & D.
Rod CHIT	
Co..
HI 1-2
...    1.30
.95
11
1.80
.98
.25
C. 6. Lockharl, Assignee
(Juren Charlotte lnlan-U I-nn.| l��Utnct    Iti-trict oi
InVP    tn     mvlliiiH'l     Takr notin'that I. Joh    MeLMd <4 ��� ancnuvrt.
iav\     i**   *\*%\ "��"S|oceu,Mition hmkif. inteml to apply l��r pMOtWon
lo pn<>|M<t |nr coal at.it \ * ir- Mini on tin- lollowint;
CcOUMMtal mi a i^1*! plaritt*.! lafaOQl (Ml tt\Ut-
nortli ud thM ">ili"�� *t-��t ol tin- mouth ��1 Um
TW Wwt ami niarK��il J. Mcl.,, N. I t OTMh
Nfl M tlM'ir,- -��iuth W rhuitln, |JMM *t-t Pi.)
cluim* tlwtio- north M> cl.atnx. IbWBI ��� *������
ehaina to laiint ol romnwhci-nn nt. mntainii.e '��lt*
arrn*. murv or ]***%.
Dttad K.h. M, \m. JtHIN McLKOD
puh i-M. j>. Ctatnaa llaDowaQt Aimm
General   Booth's   Birthday   is
Marked by Officers' Loyalty
FREE
EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE    :     :
j For nil knuis nf help, cooks,
j waiters, dlshwaahert, hotel i>nr-
( t.i-. nil kintis ni laborers nr nn.-
| chuiiir~. call up
i
I
SEALED TK.NDEItS n<Mn��M��.| to \hv umlfr-
Mi-n.'l. Mid on.1i.f- ! "1'��'|.,|cr f..r Kxamininr
WaiwtHiMi Vaooouvt . B.C. arfll !*��� n*crt��rai
until l.i"1 P-'n. on Mon lav. An-ll 24th, lull, for
t\,*< ..iti-iniition nf an Kxainirunn \Vnri'houM>.
Vancouver. It. (.*.
I'laiin. M" iliralfcai I t A rami of contract can !*���
tmn and form* of tandtf ibtaliwd nt tho oiltcm i��f
Mr J. K. Cvr. Supcrini* ���������!��� nl of Publk lltiH.).
Intra for Manitoba, Poat Offln ItuiMmtr. Wlnal-
iM-n. Mnn.. Mr Woi. Bandaraon�� ll<*��iilrnt Architect. Victoria, B.G . ��i tho l'< m OflVea, vuaonvti
nn.l nt ll.i- DepUll
I���,.,.,,I,, ii-iiai. nntf .*<*��� tu.titWsl that ten-h't�� will
not bi oonaWewd union fflada <��i Hit- printad
fartnttupptMtandaloiwd intli thati loiunl *m*
nature-  ��tatim* tl ��� ������        Upatloni  BMl   i   . ���       t
ri'-i>i<'ii. ���' lnlhoca*�� if itinie. tho actual risna-
tun- ti.e natttra "i tbt oocuoatijonaBdplat'ool
roitdenco of each momfaat of the iimi nraatbat
Kivin.
l.tt. h tender  iiui-'i   I* acrotncanml  hy  nn a.
eoptodehinuoon *** rhortornd l>nnk, i>n\ahle to
th.-'t.i.t .,f th* Hon  irablothoMlntolorol I'ub-
QeWorka*aqualtot.��np*rconl  110 p.c.1 "f fi
-   unonnt of tho tendor. which will \** forfoltad II
*T  the porion tondorim lot into I
/   tno-t when .'iiiMi ui-'��� lodo ���-���, or fmi
\   plota Um work contracted fa     if ih.  tondorb
/    not accopud the elm i ,��� will br ritontod
Tha Doparttnont dooa not bind Itsolf |
tba itiwi-st of any tondci
|t\  "t.i.'
II i   DKHKOCHKKH,
DopartmontofPubth w *tv Hocratary
Ottaw* M    ������������'��� .'i
Nowapapera will imi hp paM for thia ���dmtlta>
ntont if they tnaort it wlthoul lalborltj from tha
DotmrUnont, t:';i
In the bright Salvation Army
Otadcl ilii> morning the portrait
of General Binxh i> the centre
of special attractions There in tin
place ol lumor it hangs benevolent*
l��Htkinn i\> \\p* venerable original
.tnd wearing ncw decorations in
honor of the day. For today i-*
<iriur.il MonthV S'2ml birthday,
and loyal Salvationists all over thc
world arc congratulating tin- found*
er of i hi" great religious movement
now nearly blind, yet Indomitable
.i- ever in his warfare lor goods
REAL ESTATE MEN NOTE
Important   Decision   Affecting
Realty Business by Judge
Quwn Charlotte Uland* Und IHMrict -l>Mnn ol
i*k*-*n*
Take notice that I. John McIj^mI ol Vancouver,
occupation hrokrr, intend to appl> lor ps-rmiMuon
to pfo-iw-ct (or coal and p��i,-..l. um on ihe (OQowtag
Ona>cTiU>t Unda:
OOBUMMbef ai a |Ht��t pUn1e<t Rho.it four mile*
nonh and xhn** mdw *wt id th���� notttbo! tbt
TUI Hiver and markcl J. Mcl... S K. Contf
\.- ������ tbaaea north ������**( etauaa, thanai waalSO
chainn, thencr -outh Ml chain*, thenn- va*\ no
chalna to (mini ot cmnmonevmeni, containinK 6IU
arum, more or low.
hated ret* :**, IMI. JOHN' Mcl.KOD
l*ul.. Pllb.St. CUrmcp Mclt.m.41. A��ant
��� ,'���:. Charlotte 1 h,i,l- Un.l Diatrict��� 1) tat rict of
Skeena
'lake noticv thut I, John HttUaod of Vuncnuver,
occupution hruki-r, intend to npply tor permianion
ui pt.^iHTt (or ���'������ il and petroleum on the lollowini
��� l.-t-ni'. -l landa:
Commencing at n {mm( plunteil tdtout two milea
���outh ..I the mouth of the Tl-cl Hiver und marked
J. Mcl. S. K Cori.er. No. BI, (JmoOI WaM BQ
chain*, thencs- QUftfc pD chnina, thenc** euat 80
chain.*, thence aouth Ml chalna tu point of commencement | coiituminK mo acrea, noire or Icnr.
Daied Keh. 22, 1**11. JOHN Mcl.KnD
Pub. Pab,  2A. Uritl X. Waller AKent
gu.vii^ 'hurlotte laland* Un.l Dtmrict    District ol
Sko n.
Take noti.t- ihat I, Jo u Mcl* d ol Va- comer,
orCWpttioa hroker, intent o .n p'v ���' r pnshriM
to proapoot lor c al and iwtrolcum 0 the lollowinK
de .il.l landa:
t aounanctnf at a p ��t planUnl nhout (our mil.��
wuth nnd two mdea we-t ol the mouth o( the
TU'I Hiver and matki*l J. McU N. K Corner.
No. t;.. ihence -outh M) chaina. thenw weat 1*0
chain-, thenc north Ml chum*, thenci* eant KO
d.am* to poi t ol commencement; onlaininK mo
acn-s morv or leaa.
Date). Pab.ti, IUll. it UN M'l.KOD
I'uh  tvli. 25. Clarane*- McDuwell, Agent
i.'u.*-n Charlotto Iflnmta Und DUtrict���Dtatrict ol
Sk ena
Take noticv that t. John McLeod id Vancouver,
ocrotatio   broker, intend to appl    tol |Mtrm.aaion
i napast (or coil ond petroleum on lie following
'*��� ft h d landa:
Coinmennnt it n poat platutl (���> r RtOaj aouth
��\* I two Wwt of the in uth ol t e '!.������! Hiver ami
marked J. Mcl. S. K Corner. No. U��, thonn* r. rth
I c ain-, thenr* went Ml rlutina, the ee aouth 80
c a n��, t once eart ."0 chai I point of com*
men ement: rontntnina MO acrea. morv or lo��.
Dated Feh   n, ull. JOHN MLEOD
I'.h r-1. ���.'.. Clarann* McDowHI.Afont
rii.it .i person who has thc ex*
SEEDS
Now Quarantetd Beads
Oardmi nml Vogetabls
SPRING  PLANTS
Spring Plants In |".ik.   Tn bs hid froni
Collart's Feed Store
or H. H. MORTON
iiilt* Fruit & Produco Warehouse
THIRD AVENUE
usivc ruin io purchue w -��� H n
pirn- ol property may sell .i1><>\*
thc listed price, was tlit* decision
ol Mr. Justice Clement in the rr.il
estate action ol S. J. Naismith
ogainsi J. Bently ami 'I'. Wdr.
The latter  gentleman  owned   a
Iran   nf  land  in   Coqultlam,  on
which  they  gave   Naismith  the
option oi  purchase or sale  f< ��r
tliirn days al 1200 per ran-.
Naismith paid ,\ deposit ami
proceeded to eaal aboul for a
| purchaser.   Eventually hc found
out' wlio bought the land frcm him
at greatly Increased price. When
Naismith went to thc owner to
complete tin* sale they refused
to do so unless tin* whole nf the
purchase price was coming t<�� him.
Mr. Justice Clement held that
since Naismith had the right under
Quom �� harlio te lalanda land Dial net��� Dial nd ol
Khaan
Take notkv that I.John McU-ud ut Vancouver
occu|tatiot> brokre. intend to a|*|��l> tor pwrnMoa
to |>n<*|��<t lor coal and petroi-urn on the d<llowina
deaCnlvd land:
t*ommenrinit at a t*a��t planted aliout iwo m h-
notih and tVO mile* weal of the muulh ol the
Tl-el Htvrr and marked J. McU, S. K. Corner.
No. fi2, ihence nonh mi cham , tlH-nn- *.-t H
chaina, Ihence nouth Mt chain��. thei.e*- aaai N
chaina to point of nimmetm n��nt. mntaiinof fan
acrw, mon* Of \**m.
Dati-I Keh 26.1911. J"H\   Mcl BOD
iMh. Kel>. 27. T. K. WaltiT, A��ent
Quwn tharMti I land* Un i Dm net    Di-tnct ot
Hkaaaa
Take notiee that I.John Mcl^��l ..I Vaneoavar,
occu|>atmn Imtker, lM��nl lo ai>p >   or   pormtatoa
to ptoopoat for aaa and pSKwiNtb (oOowlai
���h-ciiU-.! land
t omntencuiK at a \***i plantcl alatut thn^> n.ikw
*s*t and lao mils'* north ol the ntouth ot the
Tls'l Itiver and marlt.d J Mcl. S. t ( ona . No
���*'. thrnm tiorth mi abate thi-nce ��s-.t n cham*,
itawH M.ut i Mi clain��. ihence ea��t Ml shalW to
|Miint of commeneenH tii. nutaitot; SM tur*-*,
iiH.h  or k-w.
Datodrab.SS. 1911 Jn||\ Md SOD
Cub. i.btiT i. K. Wahar. Acent
yu.-en Charlotto lalanda Un.i iMrkt- Di*trict of
Sk��w*n t
Tak- t.otice that I, John Mcl.io.l ol VSBCO ver,
oruiiaiion . roker, intend to apt Iy (or pe'tni��ion
io p <��*pert for c al and \* tntk*um on ih follow ing
doi riN^l land*.
Cotnm rtrinx it a poat p antetl ahout I ur mtlea
ft.ulh and*t��0 mil. ��� oral of the mouth of the
TM Itv.r ad murkeil J. McU N. W. Cnrner,
No. .16, thenc aouih ^0 chain , thenci' a at HO
chain*, thence north  H    chain", thenre  wiwt   RU
ham- I.. p<mt ���<( cemnn-nc m-tit;  cot.taimnR 010
acn*. rnors' or Ine.
Datr.1 Kelt. IM, I'.-ll. Jt��IIN   M'LKOD
I <d>  Ibfas J ���. Clarane   McDowell, Agent
v ����� ��� |i Ur . n- lalanda U.nd DMriet���DUtrlrt ot
Siaena
T:.ke aotka tba  I. John M 1.   d ol Van ouver,
occupation liroker. Intern) t l ap.<U ��� t t>i'rmi*-��""
t ��� pro |ieci or ctwl a d i��eir leum on ��� ��� (ollowinf
d mtciU*') 1 nda:
romtooneintr at a i- at t |am .1 al.- t Hi r mllea
outh and two mile. **< t o' th m nth * * ~
T ���*���   U.vor and narVel J.  M I
(  the
  ��� I'li-wr,
Ho IS thene- mrth ho chalna. ihenc- i-oa M)
rhaitta. thence muth M) cha "a, lhe CO %***l *^��
csaifio  o t�� tnt of mmmem-ement    - mainins 840
������rra,  M   tv or lea .
Dale.1 l-.b   _% I   11. m_^_^_w___________
hu Keb. 26, CnftnoM I-ovaOll, Afi*nt
Ou**m Charlotte \*A-**A* Um I l��i-inci    Ih-tnci ol
Kkmno
Take notice ihat I. Jolm \1< I �����> I ol V��ncoti\er.
oempatHih hfokef, mii-ed |o appl> for (icrmiaaion
io pro (a-ci lor coal and poUoJojM on tba toiiowtnc
iln��enlni| Linda:
I ���trnnH-iciriK a* a |kM pi ini��-i alaiul  lo ir mdai
north and thre< BM (VM *%\ <ht neoith of the
li ��� HlvaV and markel J. Mcl. N W i a*M
\.. M Hence aouth Ml chain, thenee eaat Ml
chain*. 1henn< m>nh hu chaina, thenee wept M|
chain* tn potr.t of mmmetirement | omlalninit Mn
acn**, niiit. nr U*#*.
Dated Keh  :t\, I'M t JOHN   Mcl.KOD
I'uh Keb. 2". Clarence McDowell, ARent
Queen Charlotte Mand- Und DMriet --DMriet of
Nkrt-na
Take notice lhal I, John MrKood id Vancouver,
occupation 1 roker, Intend to apply tor pWmlBlOB
tn pfrapjd lor coal and |a��iroleuni on the lollnw^R
d��*niU-d landn:
(onmienririt at a pool planted nlxiiit four mtlea
nonh and th*ee miln* weal of the mouth ot the
Tl-el Uiver and nmrked J. McU, S. W Cornor,
So M, Ihence nnrlh Ml chain* thenee MM s"
chaina, tlience aotith Mi c ain*, thenee w��m M)
chaina to point of commenroM ent: mninlninK 9|Q
arrea, mote or lew.
Dated Feh. 2G, 1911. JOHN  MoLROU
I'uh. Keh. 2d (larence ItaDowaO, KtQtA
I   ||N M'l.KOD
HI, Afent
tinirict ol
For Sale
Lots li. IS, 18, block 28, isetlon ">.
pries $i'iihi etch, tsrms imlf cash,
Lot 7, block iB, iscllonS, print 98,-
406, torms half cnsl
n. pries 88,680 nil. term* 11,800 cash
Lots 7, 8, block 86,   aortiun  7,   p
Quaatn rtiitlotle l.lemli. Uaiil DUrld -IHalriasI ol
a Slawaila
m^_^_^_^_^_^_^        a     ., 1 Telaa. milirr Ilia, I   Ji.lin Mrl a-.nl >il Y,in.n\rr.
ns agreement, bout in purcnaae astsfsties tuaW. hnyi w ttapi* tor petmaaaaaw.
In pri��*|ia.rl lot r,.��l nnil |M'lh,laT,n�� on ll>��- lull..wit _
md sell, he had exerclaed lii>- ti^ln
nf purchasing from the owners .ii
ilu' price itlpulated and ihey
miisi abide l>> Ita Mr. V E.
Lucas appeared (or thc plalntifT,
and Mr. \ ll. McNeill, K. <'.. for
tin- defendants.
,le��rril>a-.l Uml: ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
Comaaia-nrina et a |>i*i |il.nto��l ailmiil llira^- milaai
waul anil two milm m.rlli ol Iha. muulh ��� I tlia. 11 a^
lllvoranilmafkwl J. Mrl.. S. K. CoTOe N I -.
tha-nra. mnifh .0 fha.n.. Ihrnrp aaa*., ajQ rl.iin..
tlii-nfa* nnalh *.flcluainia. ahptifa-p.,., rhaln. lo poinl
olCimmonc^mpnl; ronlaitiinK ftlO aetata morr nr
Ina..
patad rsbjl,ISU. Jihin Mri BOD
PS . l>h. 27. T. 1".. Wallaf. A��nnl
QMSS < harlaalla lajaml. I*nil UUIticI
Skaa>,ia ,   . ___________
Tatar a���.tl��. lhal I.J.ah. HO*** tt V��nr"">''';
rruralaon liraika^. Inlrnal laa B|.|.ly [mj*******
lo pfeepet. I.T raaal ami |��.lr<.l(Tam on lho loll��*l k
Conamndni   ai a jh��i rinUd *_*M tm* ��g��J
���������h ol ,h.. mnulh ol lh. 'I -,��� r v,r an MUm*
J. Mrl.. S. W. Caarnor. Nn. I. Ihrnra. nnrth "
chain.. Ihenw eaal *0 rhaina thonc aouth WI
chain.. Ihnnco w.at 80 die na In |K.|nt MSM
moocamaa-nl; cnnlalnlnn 6ln acta*, mnr,. M l**��.
I'voi Kb. ar.. imi. _ Jj.'iiN .""ffrt
IMI.. IVh 27. T.K.V altar. Ar'nt
Quran tharlolle l.lanil" Uml Ilialrict���Dialrici
Skivna
Tako nolirp thai I. John Mcl-nnl of Vancouvor.
occupation brokor. inlcnal to apply WJHftES
I., pr.. p.H-1 Inr ci al aail potroloum on Hip lolloaams
.Iparrilanl Ian .: ���
t'ommonclns a a pn.l planloil alaoul two m l��
nnrth anil I o milo. want ol tho matut ol II"
TM Ilivcr ami markcl J. Mcl.., N. W. tn'"";
No. 27. Ihonco an. th N chalna. thenco oaa g
chalna. Ihonco north WI rhaina. UlMIS.SgSt.g
rhaina t" |wlnl ol commenevment; containinu nto
arran. moro or loaa ,,���,., n.i MMl
Datad fV'.. 21a. 1911. ��� JO"N ,M*l*2S
Pub Fob 27. T. K. Walter. Ajont
Queen CtaWtSOa lalamla I.iml DUtrict��� 1'iatricl ol
Skavna
Tako nntira- lhat 1 John MstaSoS ol Vancouver,
occupation brokor. Inlon.l to apply Im I"'"""*".""
topramlavt Inr mal anil |ia>lroloum on the lollowina
ilparralH.il lamU: ..
I'nmmoi.rlnK al a panal plantoil about two; m.1." ,
norlh nml l��n miloa wi��.t o| tho mouth ol ITJJ
llia.r anil marknl J Mrl.. S. Wa Cornet. "!������*���
Ihonco north Ml chnina. thonce oa��t *0 rtiaiinis
Ihenro aoulh Ml rhaina, thonco wost Ml ch"'""J"
pount ���! caimmoncemant: containinu 810 ecrna,
mnro nr 'raa. .... ....a.
Daud rah 2f., 1911 ��� tPHNMsUJSS
1Mb. Fob. 27. T. ft Wallar. Agonl
Northern Light Notelets
ft..Grand Hotel..
Qiao��n (harlotlp lalanl. Innil Di.lnrt     lii.tnrl nl
Skoona
Tako notice lhal I. J  I,   McSab nl Prior.. Ilu
a"rl,  nrrupaltnn   Ranaral   aeon*,   intonil  to applv
lor [lormlaalnn lo pramed Inr   r..al hoiI ,.i Ir. Inn..
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^        on thp lollowinK iloactllicl latiil*:
Wi-ilhtT lilinilii'li   ull,i nil Ki'iima!     I'ommrndnu a, a po.1 p!, i m tho ��i   li.aai
.       ..   ....    li   a   . .a      .1      "���'���""UiiiipilM.  wild iiii si i inn   ���,,���,.���, v^.,!,,,, ;,, r������, llraham laland,
I.nls 111. II,  IB,   I'lnrK   K.   Kvclmn   7,   al,.,      \���,,��� ,     Ra-aronlle    ilia.    ,.il,.r i ami markcl J   0. MrN . s   K. Comer, Ihenn
price 8800 sash, tarns half cash. ,l"  '���'    ,',,r,'",!,   "��    wner ,w���, ���,, *ta, ihann ,,,.ni. so rina,,,., thanee
Lota li, 7, x, witb bouse, block 86, acr. I iiinbl, prt'tlp ln| fine wcnlher nun-! MiSrwSSrt """"1 """h *n rh"'"" "'''""" "'
\\C.\*"K -<��>�����  '���"���  <lin.kli.iK f"lay  iit'lghlK^""1
the uluriuus sunshine.   Whoever I Qu��n charlotte ussas umi dmm-MNisti
dared to siiv thai Rum* �����.-.�� n|��^����-^������'-'-'''i;'ki'*^r������'w-i>i.trt��oil
?l,7r,(l |inir, terms Imlf oash.
J. II   McNAII
wBM (Inwlnai. ARrnl
Quaw Chat'ottp Manila Uml I lialrirt��� Diatrict nl
ska.-na
Tako notice that I. John Mol.oo'1 ol Vancouver,
nccupatioii bn.krr. intond lo apply lor pormwion
I., pro i-oct Inr nml ami Jietrnloum on tho lollowinK
iloacriboil land'. ���
Comminc.iia; nl a po.t plant oil aboul two m.iiw
north ami two milo. w,��.t ol tho mouth ��> m*
Il.l Uiwr an.l marknl J Mcl.. N. W. I ornor.
So. 11, thonco smith BO halna, (hence weal ��>
rhal��a. Ihenm nnrth SO chalna, Ihonco ca.l *'
rhaina lo |ioinl of enmm, neemt nl containinK
lip' acrea, more or liwa. _. . ,..,,,
Ilati.1 Fob. ��, IIMI. JOHN Mcu.<��;
Fub. Fob. 27.
Ta ft Waller, Aient
WW F. G. Dawson   -    Prince Rupert 1|
mm.  ��� iltlllllllllll 11111111111 iiiiiiiiiiiiiinTTr;
WORKmr.M<aN'S HOME ,
=\\ Sprtng BealR, clean >Nlilte aheaaU 25c
Rooms 500^,^^^���
For  V'ire  lnatiranoe  in   Reliable      I rally |>l:ni ���'
Compnnioa, call 00
6.R.NM)EH COMPAQ!
Ijimitajai.
say ili.it  Uii|Mri  was a
ADVl'aRTlSE  IN  THF.
OPTIMIST
T*V*> nolirp lhal I, John Mrl^ml ol VutOVWi
occupatinn bmnTi intrn'l tr, npply for pffinlalOfl
tn prnnppct for roal ami pttfnMNfl nn thn Inllowlng
ilmcrll'p*! land:
(nmmpncinit at a post plantnl alwtti tw ml|��
north n| th mouth ol the Tl *s\ Itivp -n'! markwl
I J. Mcl,., M. I   Corner   No. :t. thenw north ho
I Chalna,  thencr  wmt  Mi  rha n ,  1hnnci>  south  HO
i chalna.  thenci* rwt  Wl  chair.a  to  DOHri   "I  C"in-
\ menpfftneflt;  * ntalninf RtO bct����, more or Imn.
. DatclFph 26, Ull. JdllN  MpI.K(H)
______     _t_U*   QI ******--*MW ���   '
TrIip DOllM that 1, John McLood nl ~fWmwm_
orcupation hrnki-r. Intenil tn apply fnr WgJJE
10 |ir*��a|H>ct lor coal and jirtnilcuni on the following
t|i��CrihfHl laml: h
ComroONtnf at a pott planted eittht mile* WJ
and two wwt of the mouth of Tl-el Hiver nn-i
marked .1. Mcl,., S. W. Corner, No. n��>. tm_\_
north WI cliiilnn thenre enat (W chnina, l[lpncl.
���out ho chainn. Ihenre went HO chalna to polnl rn
commencement; cantBlnlna filO acrm, mure or
lina.
Itateil Feh. 14, 1911. JOHN Mcl.^'' *2SSf_^-m_lm+t***m*
LYNCH BROS.
Department Stores Prince Rupert, B.C.   ,,
<;
GROCERIES SASHES
HARDWARE DOORS
CROCKERY GLASS
MEN'S FURNISHINGS BUILDING SUPPLIES
r
= THE COSY CORNER
DEVOTED PRINCIPALLY TO THK INTERESTS OP WOMEN I
_ ���
This is ii little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted (
to subjects of special interest to women.   Any and all of tho ladies uf Trini'ti Kupert j
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in ils   discussions,   Suggestions antl criticisms are invited by the editor.   The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.     t
ss. Prince Rupert
Sails for Stewart, Thursdays, 8.00 a.m.
We supply Farmhouse-. Camps, Mines, and
save the buyer money.
Wrjte for our   Price   List
 -���
1
Ma;.' orders receive prompt attention
Largest Stock in Northern B. C.
*'*m*m^*m^*^m**i_\
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WE   HAVE  BUYERS FOR  LOTS IN
STEWART
.Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers, Prince Rupert and Stewart, B. C.
Agents for Slawarl Land Company,   Limited
Business Expansion
We   opened a Branch Store
Seventh   Avenue   and   Hays   Cove Circle
Saturday, April 8th, 1911
Our constant endeavour will be to increase our growing
list of satisfied customers.
Your order will receive our careful attention.
GIVE US A TRIAL
We carry a Rood stock of pure groceries and the
prices are right.
SPRINGTIME THOUGHTS
Sprini; is coming, spring is coming.
It is surely on the way.
Kor 1 saw a pussy willow
Nodding to its nunc today.
i Oh, the wonders and the beauties
That we find in budding spring;
HuddiiiK life and rosy sutrhinc,
| Hone and joy in everything.
While our higher thought! are blooming
And the soul i" all aglow,
Like a boisterous dancing brooklet
Killed wiih sprint:.imi' overllow.
Let un cherish golden new thoughts
As among <>ur priceless treasures,
For we lind a peaceful hplift
ln these new found higher pleasures.
As we journey from ihe springtime.
To the autumn of tl.is life,
Will we sow the seeds "f wisdom
Over the fields of endless strife?
Or will cold death's hoary winter
Blast the life that's in the grain,
Will we in another springtime
Bud und bloom    lie born again?
DAINTY NOVELTIES
Springtime    Designs    in    Materials
Which Vie With Spring Bloaaoms
The new foulards, while retaining
all the charm and durability of former
years, seem much mere supple and the
colors ure distinctly more artistic. Almost all of them have patterns of
graduated dots or ��pol~. Washable
voile and French crepe and wash mnr-
quisettes are expected to rival the
foulards in favor for spring and summer wear, while for gowns of a heavier
variety, the taller made suits, there arc
beautiful Krench serges, Scotch hand-
loonm (weeds ud ratine.
The new laces UI beautiful, and tbe
heavy laces, such as Irish, Venetian,
Diet, antique and Russian, are in grail
demand, us are the liner laces of familiar
character and the French and Italian
novelties. It is said thai this is to be
u great lace season, not olny trimming,
but whole frocks and coats of lace
promising to have a great vogue.
Among the novelties in trimmings
are such of counae, heavy, creum lilel
net, with band-darned designs in colors wonderfully blended and often
Oriental in their soft richness of harmony. Theie are wonderfully handsome hands und motif trimmings, ton,
in hcuvy luce, such as real filet, combined with hand-embroidery on sheer
or heavy linen.
SALARIES OF MINISTERS
Preabyterian  Church  Will  Try  and
Pay New Standard
The minimum standard for ministers
of thc Presbyterian church fixed by
the gcnciul assembly wil! be paid tne
coming year if the augmentation committee is able to laise $ tin.mm for the
work. Last year $46,000 was paid out
to supplement stipends, and in older
to obtain the desired amount the appointment of a field secretary by the
committee for tbe coming year is:
Ontario und Quebec, $!)()() and manse;
Manitoba, Suskalroliwan and Alberta,
$1,0(10 and manse; British Columbia,
11,100,
CORN STARCH PUDDING
Served  Cold   With  Cream  ir
Delicioua.   Tr\ It
fa-ally
One pint of-milk, three Ulblespoonfuls
of sugar, three tablespoonfuls of cm list urch, one-half of a saltspoonful of salt,
three eggs, one teaspoonful of vanilla.
Scald ihe milk und stir into il the
cornstarch, dissolved in a little cold
milk. Cook fifteen minutes, then add
lhe egg yolks and sugar beaten together and the salt. Stir Until it thickens again, then add the whites of the
eggs, which have been beaten to a
stiff, dry froth. V,ix well together and
siir over the lire for one minute, then
take off, add the vanilla anil turn into
wetted molds.
"WOMEN   AND  LABOR1'
Brilliant New Book by Olive Schreiner Will be n Classic
Prince Rupert labor dispute is n
man's struggle, but everj woman in
I'rince Rupart has an opinion lo express on olive Schreiner'* new book.
The main theme ol lhe book is lhat
till women ceases to bc an economic
"parasite" upon man she will not be
u free being, that tin race cannot advance us ii should, and that the ruli-
7.atiim of the highest Ideal depi mis upon
it.
She points out the reason of some of
our social diseases: "Man's attitude towards those women who are net enguged in domestic labor; t'ward thut
vust mid ulways Increasing body of
women, who, v n odern conditions develop are thrown out into the stream
if modem economic life to sustain
themselves and often othi rs Iy their
own labor, and who yet are there bound
hand nnd fool, not by the intellectual
or physical limitations of iheir nature,
but by an nii-i.il constructions uml
conventions, the remnants of a past
condition of society. It is largely this
maladjustment, which, deeply studied
in iill its nullifications, will be found to
lie us the tap-root and central H urce
of Ihe most terrible of the serial diseases
that afflict us.
"The fact that for equsi work equally
well pel formed hy u mun and by a woman, it is ordained thut the woman, on
account of her sex alone, shall receive
a less recompense, ia the nearest up-
prouch to a willul und unquulified
'wrong' in tie whole relation of woman
society today."
The endeavor cf woman to adjust herself to the dew conditions of life is
leading, claims Olive Schreiner, to
closer, more iiremanent, more emotion-
idly und inti'lfecluully complete relations
between lhe individual man and woman.
Saile for
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Fridays, at 8.00 a.m.
���a. Prince Albert sails for I'ort Simpson, Nnus Uiver Points, Masset,
Nnden Harbor, every Wednesday, 1.00 p.m.
anil for:
Refuge Hay,   Skidegate,   Queen
Charlotte City,  Lookeport, Pa-
cofl, .ledway,   Ikeda Hay,   Rose
Harbor and return via Queen
Charlotte City every  Saturday,
1.(1(1 p.m.
The  Grand Trunk Railway Syetem
Connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains over its
double  track  route   between  Chicago,
Toronto,   Montreal,   Quebec,   Halifax,
Portland, Huston, New York and Philadelphia.    Information   and tickets  obtainable from the ollice hereunder mentioned.    Trans-Atlantic bookings by ull
lines arranged.
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND    I'ASSENGK.K   AGENT
ITEMS   OF
We are
Sole Agents
M*    -. -*-_mtL        HAMS
and
BACON
RICH COAL AREA
SPORT1      NEAR SK,DEGATE
j       | SOON TO BE DEVELOPED BY MINE
iwnaifai
FAMOUS PRINCESS LINE
Canadian Pacific
Railway Company
B. C. Coait S.S. Service
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"PRINCESS   MAY"
Northbound Apr. 6���Southbound Apr. 10
Train   for   Winnipeg   and   Toronto
leaves Vuncouver!) u.m. daily.
Imperial Limited, best truin ucross
the continent, leaves Vancouver daily
H.45 p.m. Curries compartment observation cars. Tbe finest car on any
road anywhere.
Agent for all AI Unit ia- Steamship
lines. Tickets to and from European
points.
J. G. McNab
General Agenl
Do You Want to Invest in the
Best Mining Proposition
in British Columbia?
We are selling shares in the
SALMON BEAR RIVER MINING COY. Ltd.
At a price that will maka- you money
Tom Longboat offers io give Jimmie
George a 5-minule sturl over lhe Toronto
Ward Mar.i hon course. He says Disk
McMormick is u heller IcnR-diMaiicc
man than Jim Corkery, hut refuses to
give Corkery thc same sturt us George.
Il i ��� told on veiy good uuihority that
the New Yi rk Athletic Club muy lose
another slur nlhlete besides Harry
Giving.    Con  Widsh,   lhe  best weight
OWNING COMPANY
Keeneat Coal Expert in the Weat Haa
Examined lhe Property and Re-
porta   Excellently   Concerning   It.
That one of the very richest coul
lields in the Immediate neighborhood
of Princ Rhp.-rt exists on (iraham
Island mar Skiilegute is the opinion of
Mr. Alexander c'liulds, M. B.. who is
thrower on Travers Islund, is suid to I regurded sa one ol the Ih'BI coal cx|acrls
^^mmr_-X^A-~_A
STALKER & WELLS
Sett** A�� . \**m 187 H.i. Cia (..If. fktar 111
jjgR a^^^^JW*
'.:%;.'!
lyMWIfV^^^r^rVlrlflfVt
Give it
Proper
Importance--
This
Matter
offind-
ing the
Best
Printer
For it is Important
Perhaps more Important than anything   "on   hand"   for  today.
J]nd when you find him, and are sure of ll;
and when you "annex" him lo your interests
you will have done lhe best day's tnork. in
"a   month   of Sundays."       :���       i*
For printing thai I, rltjferenl.
excluiioe   detlgm ond taste      (jbtifTiist   I OD
ful effect, ,ee lhe    .    .    . " J      -
*��VWW^**aA^^<^^*/la<^^AaaV>a>N<W**i*X>***/
be "in hud" and due for a long suspen
sion unless he almighti'in out certain
matters pMlv ouirkly. The loss ol
Gissing und Wiush would mean ut
leu'i tifteen puini- lo ahe N. Y. A. C in
its next chumpionship buitle.
in Western Canada. Ilix report is of
the most favorable character. Mr.
Fauldi devoted a fortnight to a da*
t nli-al examination ol the various oul-
crops. lb- estimated ihul one scam
six  (eel   in thickness would  .,_. capable
' of producing ilii.ouu.ooo tons of oosl,
Jack McCracken of Toionto is out I or a daily output of lnoo im,- for 144
with B challenge <r�� box Willie Hughct, | year*.     Uss   thun   $50,000,   he   says.
Kred   I.ansdnwne,  or   uny  other   116-  will be required lo construct a wharf,
launder, any time, any place. I build  u railway und develop the mine
capable of producing on the above es-
ChleagO,   March   L'ti.    i'rank   Gotch ' timuta-il basis.
and  George  llucken chmidl   will  meet,    The  cnal   is  semi-unihraciie   und   is
in Chicago   l.abot   "ay for lhe world'"   adapted for cooking us well us steam-
WI OFFRB FOR A SHORT TIME
2000 Shares
For $55.00
Payable $13.75 Cash
llaal.iaar.- 3. 6 said 9 Month.
Assays  of  the  ON run from $2.5.00 to
$2(KMi per ton.
It will puy you to investigate this proposition   ut once.
��� KOK PROSPECTUS APPLY ���
0. B. Bush & Company
2nd Ave. Prince Rupert
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second uvimi.ic and Third street
(Iver Westenhuver Hros.' Oflice.
Name
Club
Chnnce....
.Chicago Cubs
Clarke	
Pittsburg P
Donin
Philies
Breenahan
St. Louli C
Tenney
. Boston Doves
Chase
Yankees
Wallace
St. Louif B
ead The   Optimist
And Get All the News
wrestling clian , insbfp if lhe champion mak's giaa>d hi* promise to the
Empire Ml' lie club lo ina-ct any anin
in the x -I provided he is given 180.000
for hi'1 end.
Spring aid CUB of the New Westminster champion Incntsse team have
refused M.fiOO each to play for Van-
eouvct this soicon
HITS OFF THE WAGON TONGUE
Managera of Ilu- Teatna
Posit inn-a
Kir."( bass
Led field
Catcher
Catcher
First task
First base
Third bast
Toronto apparently mnde atenslrike
in inking a chance on Tim Jordan, ll
wiih one clmnce in I hundred hut il
ooks as if the ex-Hiooklyn star has
"come buck" with a vengeance. He
won't stay in the Eastern League more
than one season if hi" knee hold" food.
Every major li'ague club in the country
will be after him.
"Kid" Elhcrfeltl, the Washington in-
llelder, says tin I he intends to raise
carnations' whi n his ball playing day
nre over, it wasn't carnations thai he
u��<d to raise wilh the umpires.
August Herrmann, who is one of the
directors of the National league, snid.
when told ihat Mrs. Ilrittnn is likely
to bc presidenl  of the St.  I/>uis club
and therefore ��� member of the National league, that there Ml nothing
(0 prevent In r from serving.
Although the New York American
LeagtU Bast ball Club hus bought the
land [Of u new park over the Harlem
' Kiver St King's Hridge, and some grading work has been di ne, President Far-
refl, il is amvudoed. bst decided not to
attempt   completion   of   the   grounds
including therrcclion of a new stadium, I wireless telephone tSSl
until next year.   The lease of the present | at   Bremerton  and   lh
ground1
ing und domestic purposca, A aeries
of analyses showed thut il runs over
s.'i per cent iii lixed carbon, ihe u-li
und volatile ninu-nt* being very low.
Six seams, including one twelve feet '
in thickness, have been proven to traverse the property. Mr. Faulds re-1
porii-i| (but the mine could be placed
on a shipping basis in less t bun six momhs
The property cover* an area of KWO
aires    near   Skidegate,   and   is   to   be!
developed shortly by the Hritish Pacific
Conl Co., Ltd.
The output of coal and Coke in British
Columbia, which is of Ihe utmost im- '
portance, is not I IHI Biasing in rapidly!
us the market demands. These demands '
ale increasing yearly in excess of |
supply,    Iherebj    maintaining    regular
prion with occasional advances, so that,
if the output loes on Incresslng rapidly
for many years to come it will still find
an Open market. San Francisco imports
200.000 tons annually fiom Australia,
llriiisb Columbia and Japan. Over
thirty  steamers  trading  in  the  Orient
ami to Australia, with Alaska practically
ul the door, and with the leccnl advent
of the new Heel of steamers on the!
const of the Grand Trunk Paeilic
Railway company, excellent markets
are assured for several thomnnd tons
daily.
MUSIC HEARD BY WIRELESS
Operator on  S.  S.   Princess Victoria
Heard Band  in  Seattle
Vagrant music of a far aw iy orchestra,
conversation! and n harmonica solo, presumably   taking   place  in   Seattle,   were
heard  on  Imurd  the  Princess   Victoria | ___________
when  she  was  sixteen  miles out   from i
the SOUnd poit last week.    The wireless   p. ii. uox 2.1
operator, sitting with the Instruments
to hi i ir, heard the musirinnl playing
and   he  called   ihe   puiser   and    evernl
pssssngsn snd invited them to listen.
All heard the music. Tin n a conversation was heard, and a VOiosssId clearly:
"Well. I'll play you i tune on the mouth
organ,'' and shortly afterward1- they
heard thi nu ill dy. ll was "Home.
Sweet Home." It is understood lhat a
was being made
vagrant music
MIINKO   *   LAILEV
Architects,
Slink Building, Second Avenue.
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:-  AtlDIIUHS
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 2S0
Prince Kupert P.O. Box 351
U.FKEt) CAIISS. C. V. KENNETT. B.A.
uf Hi a i��li Caalaamtala of K.C, i laanu��... Haas-
un.l Maanltnlsa lliara. amtrlipw-ain   ami  Al-
llaprta Ham.
CARSS A BENNETT!
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Oflice-Eachaaiin' tilis-k. rornrr Thinl svpnna1 and
Sixth ttawL Prince lluiiirt. 8
WM. S. HALL, L. U.S., U.D.S.
Dentist.
Crown nnd Bridge Work a Specialty.
All ili-i ��� il iitiaratlen. skilfully 1 r.-nl.-,I Or,, snd
loa-sl ansitlipllcs aalmlnl.la-rail fer Hip i.:nn!.- . on*
Inaction nl tooth. Consults!ion free. Offices: IP
and Ull Alilcr Hlml. Princo Ruuert. 11-12
)
CHIPS FROM THE
HUMORISTS
a,^ i
"Mayn't I lie ;i preacher when I
^row ui)?" asked the small boy,
"(ii course you may, my pel, il
you want to," his mother replied.
"Yes, I do. I s'pose I've u1'1
to go to church all my life anyway, an' it's a good deal harder
to sil still llian lo stand up an'
holler."
1 ROGERS & BLACK
i
1
"I see your hero threatens to
brain your heroine wilh a seltzer
siphon."
"Yes," said the dramatist.
"Wlial of it?"
"It won't do. The minute he
picks   up   a   siphon   of   soda   lhe
audience   will   expect   something
i comic."
"Do you think anything can be
done with my voice?" asked the
ambitious youth.
"Il might be of practical service in an emergency," replied
the sincere musician.
"In the chorus?"
"No. In case your automobile
horn was out of repair."
THE LOST COOK
(Browning   up   to   Date)
Just for a handful of silver she left
us,
Just for a feather to stick in her
hat.
Neighbor next  door was  thc one
who bereft us;
Offered her two more a week���
oh, the cat!
They with their goltl to give, also
no children;
Two maids, a butler, anil Sunday nights free.
So much was theirs���oh, why did
they steal her?
Why   did   they   take   my   one
jewel from me?
WHOLESALE   DEALERS  IN ���
Builclino   Material,    Cement,    Limt,
Hair-libra Fluster, Coke, Blackamith
Coal,   Common Brick,
Pressed Brick
Shimjles, Lath, New Wellington Coal
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED
Ste Us for Prices.
Phone No. 116
Prince Rupert Lodge, l.O.O.F.
NO.   63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All members of the order In the city
nre requested to visit the lodge.
a. S. JOHNSTONE, N.G.
11   MoRTiiK. Secretary.
==E.   EBY   C__   Co.
REAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land Kor Sale
KlTSl'MKALtlM ��� - B. C
PRINCE RUPERT WAREHOUSING AND
FORWARDING COMPANY
Fir.t Ayr.
N.-.i, Ma'llaidaa
Forwarding,  Distributing antl
Shipping  Agents
Storage of Baggage nml House-
bold Guilds ll Specialty.
-AT  LOWEST  RATES
Douglas Sutherland, Mgr.
P. O. Box 907 Phone 262
F. W. HART
I'NDERTAVKK &  KMHAI.Ml'.U
STiactt  i-nXI'I.KTK
HANDASYDE   ��&  HURT
Aiia-.NTs   mil  STBBL,   MACUINBST
...ANII    i-nNTHArTiiRH    SUCH.IKS...
P. O. Box 436 - Office 3rd and Fulton
I'lllNCK. RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OP SINGING
I I I'll   OK WM.  VOXIIN, W*_n A.H.A.M..   I.1IN.. KNO.
GEORGE LEEK
Washington   Heights  doe?  and talk mine through to those aboard;
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
WORK   AT   DIGBY    ISLAND
New   Marine   Depot   is   Going
Ahead  Fast
Work on thc ncw marine Station
over at Digby Island is n��inK
ahead in ������und shape. The contractors have almost completed
building a temporary 300 foot
wharf. They are now rushing
work on the building of quarters
for the army of workmen thai
will soon lie employed there. A
new workshop, measuring -10 by
W) feet, and other buildings for
the contractors will be ready in
a few weeks. When tbe work is
in full swing, as it will bc inside
of two months, between 75 and
100 men will be employed in
building one of the best marine
stations in the country for thc
I )oiiiiuion Governmenta
MASSETT NEWS
CLOSE PACKED
ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM GRAHAM   ISLAND
Story of the Life nnd Ever Growing
Development of Our Uland Neighbors Contributed by the Optimist *
Special Correspondent.
MiihkcU, April 10. -Captain Henry
Edcnshaw,   aocompaoied   by   Captain
Dun Stunley went over to Prince Rupert
for the purpose ol bringing tO Massell
Reserve a gasoline launch for servies
between the Resi rve and other Settlements on Graham Island.
The gasoline shiioner Princess Vic-1
toria, Captain Clark, arrived at Massett
on I lie Und inst.. on the way to the
halibut fishing grounds. Captain Clark
has a crew of ten men and will lish
for a \ nnvouver firm.
A settler on Massstt Inlet mourns
the loss of a huge "hog." A pre-emptnr
on the adjacent ranch mistook the hog
for a hear.
Fifteen settlers took up locations ai
Tow Hill, on the East Coast of Graham
Island.
The owners of the new townsite nf
Dfllkatla, Mr. C M. Wilson, is having
his property SUlVeyed. The price of
lots doubled within a few days and
thc whole of the remaining tAventy
acres still owned by Mr. Wilson has
been reserved.
A survey party, uniler Mr. Nast is
engaged in locating 180 timber lots MM
engaged in localing 180 timber limits
on both sides of Massell Inlet.
Mrs. Mark Spence and l'etei Cum-
shaw, natives of Massett, died recently.
The funeral of Mm. Spence was attended by a large concourse of sorrowinfg
friends. Tbe Massett Brass Hand was
also in attendance.
W. .1. Cook, tbe owner of the sawmill
on   Massett   Inlet   left   on   the   Prince
Albert   for   Vancouver.     It   is   thc  in-
it.ention of  Mr. Cook to dispose oi the
i mill.      Mrs.    Cook    accompanies   her
|husband and will spend  a  few  months
with  her  parents  in  Winnipeg  befoic
reluming to Vancouver.
Patrick Partial] has placed a gasoline
engine in his new boat antl will make
periodical trips to Naden Harbor.
The Indians of Massett are disposing
of their totem noils. On the last, trip
of the PrlnoS Albert three poles were
shipped out���two for Dr. Newcombe
and one (or Chntenu Laurier, in Quebec.
Two recent arrivals at Massett Inlet
from Germany were united in nitirriugi
electrical fixtures
Electric wiring
IN HOTIl  I' UI\��TF. AMI lirSlNKSS IK1CSKS
Work performed by experts only.
A first class job is guaranteed in
eV8>7 instance.
A large stock of Chandeliers and
KittiitR* carried.
H. W. Blakely - Electrican
Third Ave.       -        -       Near Sixth
lj w. j. McCutcheon jj
,, CarrioiColauili'ta. iatiK-k of Uruar..   S|��,i-I��l
, , iitliiili.n paid M tilllnl* lira-irrlptiolas.
!'. Theatre Block Pboms No. :s Second Are.
Fruit    :   Produce        Feed
WHOLESALE
H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave.
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English nnd Amu    .i'   Killiiinlia
fwelve Tables Second Avi
t*r7tpp**********r*-'********'y
I BOWLING, b1l,paorodls "
S -I Alky*. T Tnl.li-       A   i-.--I.m-i-
LefM,   Aemniport   L*II����v��n' *
ifttrnoon.    N�� ��mnn Bloelt, N*-        **
tWttD 'Uh nmi Tth St��. 1
nro mokhini'.n.   Propritu r ind Mimv i   ��
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Utile's NEWS Agency
Magazines :: Periodicals :: Newspapers
CIGARS   ::   TOBACCOS  ::   FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
it ROCHESTER 6,
' .T     Monroe
Ladysmith
*.������    '^ Coal
\<   Phone n 5
The Westholme Lumber Co.
LIMITED
-WE HANDLE ALL KINHS Of���
..RIJllJUWC... -Ri mm ��rg, ��
ST
Let Us
Show You
. . *f ��� ������'
Unless you permit us to show
you you will nut know what a
gnat variety of chinaware ami
glassware we carry, iiur range
of beautiful ciip-. iimi laucers is
a splendid one. Some of them
are very beautiful ami quite
rcasoi sole tn price; such, for Instance as tin- "Ki-inies" shapi-iii
fine English china in which we
have almut a doson patterns, all
of them selling al 60c lor the cup
and saucer. They are the kind
that may he used in tlie home
every   day   with   little   risk   of
breakage, being the toughest
and closest-grained porcelain
manufactured, ami are pretty
enough tu he useil for the  after-
noon callers.   Frequently we sell
half a dozen of these lo a customer, sorting them su us to give
six different patterns, which
makes  a  pleasing    variety   ami
adds tu tlie general attractiveness of your china closet nr cabinet, ami the decorative effect
of pretty china is always in good
taste.
We also curry several stock
patterns in ilhinei-ware, from
which we sell yen as much or as
little as you may desire, and have
besides, dinner sets uf 87 pieces
at from $16 tn $60 a set.
'       ���
H. S. Wallace Co'y. Ltd.
Dry a...... I -. Ctainiawarc, Etc.
Fulton Street and Third Avenue.
We curry a colli)
ilete line of
~ARTHUR LITTLE
CL A MAN WHO HAS MADE GOOD	
Longine
Hamilton
Vanguard
Howard
WATCHES
sizes to suit.  Styles to satisfy
Prices i" please
Briefly, that's um' argument
Don't Forget Big Ben
pineal alarm dock ever sold.
He's in our window,
Heintzman Pianos
C. B. WARK
Jeweller
UNION MEN WILL
BE APPEALED TO
LONGSHOREMEN   SYMPATHISE WITH MEN
ASK FOR FUNDS
Have Written to Hon. Mr.
Aylesworth. Minister of Justice on Behalf of the Men
Now in Prison.
Tb roe years   ago   .
th wind whisk-
yesterday
vhisk-
oopfld
morning a cool noi
S across the hills and sw
tie there was of the city
WW "Kb �� flurriesnmow.
Through the   entrance
on that morning to �����
the til'' rel1"
���ea the S. S.
harbor (
murky dawn came
:iblc hound of tht
She nosed her way
waters   until
came to him and said "we want
$5.00 from you.    We are going
to have a celebration on the-4th
of May." He went down his
pocketfl and located a $5 bill, all
the money he had. When the
celebration day came he was
readv for it. People came from
every nearby town on the boats
and he took in money galore.
When he went home to his tent
she!that night he counted art hia
VIOLENT SHOCK
OF EARTHQUAKE
Lower California Was Scene of
Terror Sunday Morning
THOUSANDS IN PERIL
(Special to the Optimist)
M��� ttlan, Lower California, Ap-
,, 10    Early on Sunday morning
dous earthquake shook
, district.    By  a  sheer
��� lives were lost, though
ftere shaken to thefoun-
many   of   the   less
DINING FLOAT
FIRE DESTROYED
Scene at Vernor Smith's Construction Camp at Seal Cove
EARLY MORNING BLAZE
Loss  of   Other  Property  Prevented by Cutting Float A-
drift.   A Hundred Men With
Buckets   Extinguished   the
Fire.
SHIPPING NEWS
the whoi
miracle n
buildings
(Unions  an<
istantial
["he  "1
into il"
��� built came down.
,1,    population   rushed
spaces and women
In the small hours
morning the dining n
backs and disc
these passengers was a mi
Se height, middle aged, thidt
53 cheerful of countenance.
���HlnobaBKaBe.butuiH-
" his arm was tucked a big wad
of newspapers.
When all the passengers for
business he has done in Prince
Rupert up to date.
Time trickled away and fickle
Fraulein Fortune took a fancy to
Arthur Little and put things Ins
way. Opportunities presented
themselves to buy real estate
and confident that Rupert would
Pri
man
tame
,�� Rupert were ^
who embraced tl e wad1 oi        ^ ^ ^ ^ a(, vantajrc
ship s | rf them    Hjs busjness M a news
agent, etc. grew. People went
out of their way to deal with him
because he was always cheerful,
for their preservation from dc
The earthquake is certainly tin
most severe that ever visitet
dislrici Bince the great California
disaster,
if Siinlav
in of Ml
Ver,,,,,'Smith's rnilway construe
don camp at Seal Cove was total^
Sestroyed by Bre.   The buildings
compMing the camp are all on
loats linked together, so u was
easy to save the other departments
by cutting away the burning one.
Every effort  was made b>   a
-arig of ovc .i hundred men to
save property, and will, buckets
and sea-water they  extinguished
the burning float.   But the flames
had completely wrecked the in-
and  all  the  thatng  room
destroyed including the
Looking spick and span in a
ne, coal of paint thei steamer
prince George of the G. I- i.
fleet, Will leave Vancouver to-
night for Prince Rupert. The
Prince George will take tite place
of  the  I'rince  Rupert  this week
while tlie latter boat has a rest.
With a passenger list numbering
350 all for the north the steamer
State of California called here
Saturday night and left later Itir
the north, She will cal
igoing south on Thursday.
ill   here
I
Tta C. P. '*��� steamer Princess
May wu leave for Vancouver al
six o'clock I'-is evening
The never faillig steamer Camosun pulled out of tare yesterday
morning for the sout. with passengers, mail and frieght.
TOM JOHNSON DYIN*
papers, watched the
S dump three small boxes out
m the wharf.   These boxes coned apples, oranges, and those
��� i.i���   ___-
gastronomic palate ^JJXllrourteouB," kind and obliging
istered on the ship B bill ot aamg
as peanuts.
S iniliiceil twilthe ...out *,-**�� ��' *****
LINDSAY'S
CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Tr��nifer Agenti
Ordi-ra pfonptly tillial.   I'rtce* rvaiKanuble.
OFF1CK- 11. tl. Rochortor, Ontrr SL
l'lione <
���	
j Northern Produce Co'y.
i      WHOLESALE PROVISIONS,
FRUITS and VEGETABLES
Send fur our Weekly Price List
PROMPT   ATTKNTION GIVEN
BBiPpma ordbrs
Phone 151
Phone 151
NOW OPEN
THE QUICK SHOE REPAIRING SHOP
0|i|i. Hunk of British North Am-
erica.   New logRen ihoei M In.
high, niiulc to oraer ut $k."iO.
Mi-m's -uli's $1    I.ailics' soles 70c
Mian's heelt 40c Ladles' heels 80o
Men's lowed "ii  11.25
Lldiet' tewed on  l.im
Shoes repaired while
All leather flrst-clai
yam   wait.
i quality,
Ludwig Sirubi - Fulton & Ird Ave.
SPECIAL
Razor Strops
$1. to $3.50
n.    ii  u   w I N DOW
C.   hi. ORME
Al a public meeting held last
nigh!   in   the   Phoenix   Theatre,
under the auspices of the Longshoremen's Union, the strike situation was s|)ukcii upon by Messrs.
Montgomery, Shaw, Hunter, Daly,
Councillor   Hilditch   and   others.
Mr. Denny, president of the local
branch of the Longshoremen's l'n-
ion was in the chair.   So much
interest was centered in this meeting   that   a   crowd   packed   the
|theatre and streamed far oul into
j the road.
During his remarks Mr. Montgomery said the city council had
promised the 45 cents an hour
and il was up to the council to
keep ihis promise.
Mr. Hunter lold the men lhal
application had been made for
financial aid from the union men
of the continent, also an appeal
I had been made to the Minister ol
Justice, I Imi. Mr. Aylesworth, on
behalf of some of the men now in
prison. The speaker said the trial
of the men should be held in a
hall large 'enough to Beal the
public. If the city council woultl
imi stand the expense of hiring
Mclntyre Hall then thc union
nun ol the city would put up lhe
money,
Mr. Daly, lhe veteran unionist
of Prince Rupert, in a very sensible address appealed principally
to the foreigners and told them
that if they kept the peace British
justice wmild see thai the) not
a square deal.
Councillor Hilditch opined thai
the meeting w.is nol thc place
to no into the whole pros and ions
of the trouble, but one thing
was sine and that was the rjt>
council would endeavor to keep
j the peace al any price.
He said ii had been slated by-
Mr. Montgomery that the city
council had promised 1") cents
an   hour   to   the   men.   "1   would
iwo longshoremen to put the trio
of boxes in the freight sheds for
a time.
The mar. was Arthur C. Little,
now one of the best known and
I respected citizen's of Prince Rupert from whom everybody in
the city has at some time  or
other bought a paper,  a magazine or something that forms the
stock in trr.de of Little's  news
stand on Center street near the
G. T. P. wharf.       His   worldly
wealth when he arrived here was
the papers, the three boxes of
Hoods, a vision of prosperity and
a breast full of optimism.   The
vision has been realized and the
supply of optimism  shows no
signs of waning
RUMOR A REVOLT
IN NORTH CHINA
Native Troops Have Mutinied,
Says Report
EUROPEANS IN  FLIGHT
Life's   Spark   Ebbs  Low
Die Tonight
May
Thc
iA laborers are being
assets. From the G.T.P. wharf
he moved into a tent near where
his stand now is. Last July he
had his present premises built.
For some time he lived in a tent,
but when he was offered the cottage where he and his wife now
live at a ridiculously low figure,
well, he just jumped at it.
Today this man who came to
Prince Rupert three short years
ago, broke, as far as money is
concerned, is today, well, any
bank in the city would probably
honor his cheque for an amount
running into live figures.
There is no doubt that the
secret of his success has been his
courtesy and genialty. He is
known and spoken of by men
who go down to the sea in ships
Proclamation Naming Prince
Regent Head of the Army
Sais to be at the Root of the
Dissatisfaction.
terior
gear was (It
stove,
lbnv the in  originated is n<)t
known.     Possibly   il   came  ho*\
embers fallen [rom the stove
ganc, of ruilw...
accommodated at the Cold Storage
Plant Boarding House.
Owing to the fact that the lire
was so far oul that it was extinguished by the time the brigade
was notified the City fire department tlitl not turnout.
BRILLIANT NORTHERN
LIGHTS
(Special lo the Optimist)
Cleveland, April  10,-Former
Mayor   Tom   Johnson   is   barely
.alive  this   morning  and   not   ex-
led io live through lhe day.
siring in earnest
Seeding Beein on High Ground
in  I'initoba
iSpecial to th��wimtst)
Winnipeg.  April  10. -Manitoba
farmers are making a sci. us star(
on seeding on high lands.
Arthur Little ran his eye over I wll�� S�� aown *.*, ���*>*- ..�� ... .......
Prince Rupert. It didn't look\dong the Pacific coast; by men
then like a very desirable loca- who luint f,,r K��1(1 M��d other min-
tion for one of Canada's greatest | <-'rals in the canyons of the inter-
gateways. Scattered around near lor, by all sorts of conditions of
the wharf was a handful of tents !men in the stretch of country
in which dwelt a couple of hand-1 known as British Columbia,
fuls of people. Very soon every j Arthur Little came from Bos-
man woman and child that made ton Mass. For years he was en
up the two handfuls were read- '   -'-
(Special to the Optimist)
London, April 10.   The Evening
limes   claims   to   have   receive
advices   ihat   all   the    Northern
Chinese troops Btationed at Canton have mutinied because they
are dissatisfied at the proclamation
in Pekin making the Prince Regent
head of the army.   The paper States
ihat Europeans are fleeing towards
Hong  Kong.    London  banks in-
tcrested in the district have heard
nothing of the report.
ANNUAL RIFLE SHOOT
Handsome   Silver   Cup   to   be
Shot for on Friday
Remarkable Display of Aurora
Boiealis This Week-end
COM. NOTICK
[p  uae  anw .. ��� ..	
ing a three days'  old edition of
the   Vancouver    "World"   or
'Province."     Within an hour
gaged in the livery busines.
Then he took a hand at horse
buying through the prairie provinces ami either Fraulein Fortune
���r so after"he started to sell his or meddlesome old Fate handed
liers Little was soon sold out'him a raw deal in that-business.
Jnd found himself about $2.r,<�� t.i Hearing of the mobilities of
the good That night he slept Prince Rupert he .'..'solved to
in a tent with a new-found come here. He came, success
friend Next morning out came met him the lirst day he landed
the three boxes of edibles from, and has stayed with him since,
the freight sheds and that day;and here's hoping it will stick
every dweller In the tents went!closer than a brother until the
on record as eating either an
apple, orange or peanuts; in
some cases as eating all three.
Little went to sleep that night
with a few dollars nestling in
hia jeans. Before he laid him
down to Bleep, however, he had
written to Vancouver for fresh
supplies of papers, fruit, etc.
A few days later he took his
stand on tlie wharf, arranged
his papers on the  top nf a dry
Great Stage Manager shall  ring
down the curtain.
Optimism is the word boys.
P.J.
STEERING   GEAR   JAMMED
Farmer and His Family Injured
2|        in Auto Accident
There is a handsome silver cup
on view in lhe windows of Cameron's drug store. It is the gifi
of Captain Fred Stork and is to lie
competed for on Friday, at the
annual shoot of Earl drey's rifles.
The match lakes place al the
rille ranges across the harbor, lhe
launch leaving ihe wharf ai 9.80.
The cup is called the Stork cud
iu honor of the donor. It is to
become the absolute properly of
lhe winner al lhc lirsi time of
contest. All members of Karl
Grey's rifles are eligible for ihe
competition. As Friday is Caood
Friday and largely observed as a
holiday, many cititens are arranging to go over the harbor and
witness the match.
In spiie of ihe bright moonlight
on Saturday night  lhe wonderful
display  of  northern  lights shone|
OUt wilh unusual brilliance.  Weird
lissolving   effects   in   pale   tinls
of   yellow,   pink,   and   mauve   lil
up the clouds over Mount Morse
and moved in ghostly procession
Northwards.  Old-timers here, who
have  grown  accustomed  to  the
occasional appearance of  lhe Au-
' rora on frosty  nights paid  more
than usual attention to Saturday
night's display which they declared was a particularly line one.
Farther North the color effects
are much more vivid, and the
display extends across the entire
Northern horizon. Science is still
Unsatisfied regarding the exact
cause of the appearance, but it
is generally believed to be allied
lo lhe magnetic conditions of ihe
earth and its atmospherical electricity.
gut' t Ci arl t
HAS ROYAL BLOOD
liki
i     (Special to the Optimist)
���"-*-������ ---   --. -,    Walla   Walla.   April   10. -John
goods box, set his supplvot lruit \._, ,, ,.,     ,
R '.    ,    . ,     , .Webb, ;i wcalthv I,inner was out
 �����    ���>     ImcL-ni   Anil . . .  .
Helena Halstead Goes to Prison
For Fraud I
(Special to the Optimist)
London, April 10. The great
great urand-daughlcr of King George 111, by a morganatic marriage
is in prison here today having
been convicted of obtaining money
>y  fraud.    Her  name is  Helena
SOLDIERS FLEE
FROM THE MOB
Garrison Town under Mob Law.
Barracks  Seized
NUMBERS ARE WOUNDED
Petty Republic Started in Spanish Town. Barracks Occupied by Rebels. Reinforcements Being Rushed to the
Scene.
Mr. Montgomery to explain out attractively in a basket and I"       ���._."*.'* ".'  ",    ,' ,      "    " '	
     ........ .i ��� ���f ���*._, r,.a;.\muU'ny w,;h h,�� fi,m,1>' �� ,hnr | Halstead, and her claim of descent
The I'ionett DfUf,ffll
PHONE    *.    :    !
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this," said the councillor. A few
men in the rear of the theatre
commenced to hoot whereat Chairman Denny said. "Anyone on
this'jilalforni tonight is entitled
io a fair hearing whether he
differs in opniion with us or not
land it is up to us to do this." No
[disturbance occurred after ibis.
Men from the crowd who wished
,    to speak  were  invited   to do  so.
j  i        '
I peveral   look   advantage  of   the
'*% i'mvitation,
catered to the wants of the residents of thr city and those who
passed through on the steamers.
One day, a short time before
the 24th of May, when Little had
been here a few weeks, a citizen
yesterday when the steering gear
failed and the car turned a complete somersault. The whole party
suffered serious injuries.
seems   lo   be   borne
records produced.
out   by   the
Wanted
ADVKKT1SK IN THK. OPTIMIST
A ({tioil  Geiirrnl  Servitnt.    Apply to
Mrs. C. V. Bennett, 6th Ave. 78-6
Madrid, April 10.- An embryo
republic has been proclaimed at
Camellic de Acenitune in the
province of Malaga. The populace
of town reeblled against the royal
authority and drove the soldiers
from   the  barracks  and   the  civil
guard out of ihe town.   Several
persons were wounded in the fighting. Reinforcements have been
rushed lo the scene and the
rebels will be driven from the
| barracks.
��l nl  Uml District��� l)��trict ol
^^__^ Ski-   I
Tula'mil iii't * I. John Ma-l.uul ul Vam-aaUviT
occupution liriilacr, inta-nal lo spiily lor iiermission
to pro pa-ct t t coa sml po roleum on tho followinR
iliaacrll'v I IsniV.
CgauMBd u ��t �� pari puuitra sbout six miles
south snil two mi'isi fH ut Ull mouth ol ihe
TM lllvir snil nnrliisl J. Mil.. N R Comer
No. 43 tha'.-ic aaoiitli '0 chains, thenca* west SO
c ains. tha-nci* north SO chsins. then a* a-ast SO
chains tu puint ul conini.-neemi-nt; a-oniaininii ( 40
ncres, mon- er less.
Dttad F>b 0,1911 JOHN M'LKOD
I'ub. Feb. 25. Clurancc M.Howell, Agent
Quis-n Chariotta lslamls [And Dirtrlet���District ot
Skeena
Take nolice that I,   oho Mrl-eoil ol Vancouvor,
���MfUpotii " b. ker. intend 10 apply lor laermiiasion
lu ,.:.  i'i ,'������ for coal anil is'troleutu on trie (ollowintt
liMribod laml:
CommencinK at a post planted about six mill's
nouth ami twn miles wa*t ol the TM River anil
murka-l J, McU S. K. Corner, No. 44. thenca'
north SO chains, thence went hll ��� hains, thencc south
sO choins. thenc cast hll chains to point of com-
I enccmenl: containing tilO acres, more or leaa.
Ilalasl Feb U, l'Jll JOHN  M'LKOD
Pub. Keb. 25. Clurnnci.-McDowell. Aarnt
Queen Charlolte Islands Und District���District ol
Bkotoi
Take notica- that I, John McU��id .ul Vanoouver,
occui ation hroki-r, inteml tu npply ur permiasion
tu pruspect for eoatlam! petroleum on iha- following
���le-cnt'isl landn:
CommOMtni at a post plnuled about six milea
south and two west of the mouth ol the Tl-e
lllver and markisl J. McL. N. W. Corner. No. 38.
thence south Ml chains, thence easl SO chaina!
iheiiri' nurlli so chains, thenci' west SO chuins to
point ol commi'nca'ment; eonlainlnK 640 acrasa,
more or less.
I Wast Keb. SS. 1911. JOHN  M'tBOD
I ub. Keb. 25. Cloriiliee McDowell. Alta-nt
Quwn Charlotte Inlands Und District -DUlrict ol
Take malice Ihul I, John Mcl-eod ol Vancouver,
occupntion broker, intend to apply for isTinlsslon
to prospect lor cool utit! petroleum oa Ihe followinK
deserilusl band:
Conimeneim: at a poot planted about six miles
suuth ami two miles west ul the mouth ot the
I'li'l llinr and marked J. McL. S. W. Corner
No. ItT 11 ence mirth so chains, thence east SO
chains, thence soulh SO chains, thence wesl SO
chains tu point ot commencement; containinu 010
���Om.VnOfO or bias.
DttadHb, SS, 1911a JOHN M'LKOD
I'ub. Keb. IS. Claranca- McDowell, Agont
Qu.s'ii Charlolte Islands Land District���Diallrct u*
Skeetia
Take notici' that I, John McLeod ot Vancouver,
occupation bruker. Intend to apply for permission
lo jn.. \��� ,t for coal anil petruleum on be lollowing
descrilHsi lands:
CommencinK at a post plantetl atsiut six mllta.
���uuth and three milist west of the mouth of the
TM Itiver and murkeil J. McL. N. K. Corner,
No. 70, thence souih SO chains, thence weat HO
chains, thence north HO chains, thenee a'aat HO
chains to point ol commetit-i'inent; conUininK
lilll aensa. more or liwa.
Dated Kb. SS, lilt JOHN  M'LKOD
I'ub. Keb. '.:. I'lurunc McDowoll, Agent
Quiw Charlotte Islands Lund D strict    District ul
Skis'na
Toko notici' that I, John McUhhI ol Vancouver,
occtipution broker, inlend tn apply for |��ormlssioii
to proopool lof coul and pelroleum'on the tollowing
qoROalhsd hinds:
Commencing al a post planted six mllisa aout!.
and thnsi mlli-s wesl ul the mouth of the Tl-el
Uiver and marketl J. McL, S. E. Corner, Ne 75,
thence north Hll chains, Ihence wisat HO chsns.
thence south 80 chains, Ihence east 80 chaltu- to
point of commencement; containing 640 acres,
more or lisas.
Dala.il Keb. It, llll, JOHN M'LKOD
I'ub. Keb. 25. Clarnco McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotto Islands L nd Distrlct-Dlatrlct o
Skea-na
Take notice that 1, John Mcleod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for permM''"
to pri sped fur conl nnd petroleum en thi' lollowing
escribed lend: . ���
Commencing nt a poat plnnted about eight miles
south ami two weal ol lhe mouth-ot Tl-el ___*_*
antl marketl .1. McL., N. W. Comer, No 40, thence
south 80 chains thence eait 80 chains, thence nortn
80 chains, thence wost 8 i chaini to point ol comme- cement: cuntii n m: 110 acres, more or less-.
Date I K. b. 21. IIU. JOHN  aWtaSOD
Pub. Keb. 27. C. McD.iWcll. Age"'
Deeil  llt'ien mil   v,cv..��a,  .. ���...���...     .-~ ��� - - --   ' 	
J0O<*III><>��IIII><>O<M^
uncle jerry Ask Uncle Jerry!
Has   ii   Free   Information Department X
I Ask Uncle Jerry "N0W
*^ ..  please take
Advertise in
THE OFTMISI
Read the Daily Optimist
The   winners of Sloan's  Suit
Clubs  lor  last   week,  druwn   on1
.Saturday night wen- as follows;
Un. 5   Willi.m\ Watson.
Xn. ti    I'., l.ri'if.
No. 1   \. Keller.
No, H   Dr. tl. i'.. Tremayne.
No. 9    C. 11.  Kearns.
Nn. Ill    C. 11. Sawle.
No.  US. R. Ownes.
No, 12- 11. Marcuson.
Nn. 13 now open fur signatures.
public  dance  will
�� YOU PRINCE RUPERT
PROPERTY OWNERS
please take nntice nml liHt your property with n good live broker, if from tbe
above you tbink  our equipment should
On January 16th  hivI  22nd, Eastern  produce  the  best  results,   you should
papers on .Ian.  15th, Western papers come in at once.
on Jan. Snd,   our  Prince  Kupert  Op-      We advise  everyone  to  net  in  the
pnrtunity   advertisement  appeared  in  market this spring anil  Bummer.    Sell
papers  in   New   York,   Huston, l'rovi-  when you  have  a  profit;   buy   again.
denes, KanSSS City, Denver, San Fran-  That's the way to make money.      You
Cisco, l,o��  Angeles,  St.   Paul   and  !17  can make many times  as  much money
Sunday issues of big U.S.   daily   news-  if you will buy and sell and nut hold on
papers in all.   On Feb. 26th our I'rince bo long to property.     All of you  put
(    Rupert advertisement  appeared  in  26  your shoulder to the wheel and boost-
k    Canadian daily newspapers. keep on boostlng-thlt'l  thc  way  we
will make a big city.
WIIKN ��0U WANT TO 1UIY, IBLL OK
KKNT HKAL KHTATK.
For
Prince Rupert
Opportunities
^^^^^^^^ I'pnrtm
for strangers in the City and  for non
residents by correspondent
Ile will build you a dwelling on easy
payment plan.
" ASK UNCLE  JERRY " H(, wi|| |,,n8C ,ir st,j| you ��� |ot on t>UBy
He Buys Leases       He Buys Buildings  tl'rniH for you to build  a dwelling  or
lie Huys Lots He Huys Contracts  "tore on.
He  has  Stores  to   Kent
ASK
n<
Huys  Lands  in   Skeena and Naas
Kiver Valleys.
|| t-k \kc\e Jerry
ASK. UNCLE JERRY
Uncle Jerry
"ASK UNCLE  JERRY"
He wants fill Houses to Kent
He Sells Leases He Sells Building!
He Sells Lots He Sells Contracts
He wants Stores to Kent
He SelU Lands up  the Skeena Rival
Ile will sell you a house and lot and
you can pay on monthly payment plan.
He will take a lease on your lots und
muke your investment pay you eight
per cent.
g*
Ask Uncle Jerry 1

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