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Prince Rupert Optimist
fOL. II. NO. 70
Prince Rupert, B.C., Saturday, March 25. 1911.
Price Five Cents
Harming News Reaches Victoria of the Little Coast
Steamship���Dazed Boy Brings News���Thirty-
Five Passengers Perished When Boat
Turns Turtle Off Beacher Head
Bpecia] to the Optimist)
Vfctoiia, li- c- March 25.���Witn
ifctyfive passenger! and her crew
I lour the tteamer Sechelt owned by
L B, t'. Steamship Co. has turned
jrtlt in u Rub' while on the way from
fctoria u> Sooke and it is feared that
wry soul "ii hoard has perished.
Fir-; new ol the disaster reached
luuiiniili by a tug-boat from William
lead, ud was of the most alarming
binder, the statement being made
tat not u vestige of the vessel or of
ht��eiiii board of her could be found.
Tug i> Despatched
Immediately the tug William Joliffe
���*��� hurried oul frcm Esuuimalt to the
*itco[ the '.vreck at Bcecher Head near
'Mt Rocks, kit at the time of wiling
* verification of the news was to
md. Thc telephone line to William
lead was out  of order,  and nothing
mid be beard until the William Joliffe
Boy Brought the Newa
Early in lhe morning a boy arrived
* a gasoline launch from William
pead Quarantine Station to inform the
iiv..'.v Ct mpany of the disaster.   The
I utely dazed with horror
I . brought, and could only
repeat again and again in a broken way,
the single fact that the Sechelt had
capsized. Questioned closely ubout the
matter he said he thought everybody
on board was drowned. The return
of the Tug William Jolilfe is anxiously
awaited, and efforts are being made to
get in touch with William Head.
Principally Workingmen
Those who were travelling by the
illfated steamer were it is believed
principally workingmen on the way ta
the C. N. R. construction camp at
SoDke, but it is known that some Sooke
residents were also on board. The
Sechehlt had only been about three
weeks on the run, which she took over
on March 1st. Before that date she
had bren running between Howe Sound
and Vancouver. She was a small
ateamer 75 feet in length, and her tonnage was only 73. News of ihe disaster
reached Prince Rupert at 9.20 thi?
morning, and up to 2 p.m. no further
details were to hand.
Diaaater Confirmed
Victoria���(Later)���"From best information obtainable lhe disaster is confirmed but the tug cannot locate the
vesiel or any of the thirty passengers
supposed to be on her."
From the Dominion Government Wire-
len Station!
(At 8 A. M.)
Skidegate���Cloudy, north west, light,
Sea moderate.
Ikeda- Clear, north. Bar. 30.02,
ther. 83.   Sea smooth.
Triaiv'le Overcast, south west, 5
miles. Bar. 29.6(>, ther, :15. Light swell.
Spoke Empress of India S.15 p.m. lat.
51.(10, long. 186.41, westbound.
Pachena -Clear, calm. Bar. ;I0.06,
terh, 45.   Sea moderate.
Tatoosh Cloudy, south east, 20 miles.
Bur. 30.43, ther. 4:!. Sea moderate.
Out steamer President at 6.80 p.m. In
steamer Buckman 11.45 p.m. Out
Alameda S.K) a.m.
Estevan���Cloudy, north west, light.
Rar. 2'J.30, ther. 88.  Sea rough.
Cape Lazo  Clear, calm.   Bar. 30.12,
ther. 43.   Sea smooth.
ther. 43.   Sea smooth.   Spoke steamer
Prince Rupes outhbort nd at 11 p.m.
Point Grey���Cloudy, norlh west gale.
Bar. 30.17, ther. 43. In steamer Princess Bairrice at 7.30 a.m. Out Cetriana
at 8 a.m.
(At Noon)
Estevan report! speaking the Tees
at noon off Kyuquot.
Point Grey��� In City of Pucbla at
8.30 a.m. Out Princess Mary at 9.30.
Out Vadso at 10 a.m. In steamer Prince
Rupert at 10.30 a.m. Out Otter at 10.30.
In small steumer probably Coquitlam al
Cape Lazo -Steamer Prince Albert
passed southbound at 9.30 a.m.
Triangle - Sighted a two masted steamer 28 miles east at 10 a.m., northbound.
Conference Proves Futile���Strike Will Begin on March
31st���Military Authorities Are Arranging
to Patrol the District in Event
of Disturbances
\Ldtm to the Editor
Favori Arbitration Idea
Dear Sir. -It occurs to me that you
^weliii the nail on the head when you
ttkat arbitration is the only re ason-
Jllil* solution of the present Tahur .4*&h
pi-iy. One ran sec no possible objection
jUi the wigs earner obtaining a fair and
Mailable vugc.   Apparently the con-
liK.oi! have none.   Election promises
W one wage .,r another are hardly less
j��kaii criminal.    No   candidate   has   a
jtitlit to promise an arbitrary wage.   Hc
ps no right ,o be prodigal of the peoples'
">ney.  As ratepayers we should insist
ppon wiges Ining determined as any
|*Mr matter oi business���by reason and
Dnomic principle;.   The laboring men
lot this city were enticed on by prodigal
I premises  �� :i result    we  have  the
P**ti* lituation.   The only reasonable
It m.'"" is arbitration.   As a ratepayei
Ik I a       " the demands of the P.
Id n   a w" "" r,'iLS��nable���supply and
l������aim is the Koverning principle and
r, '5 "r" "eei 300 men rushing to work
Hi" d!? "",s a" ''our for 10-hour day,
E�� Ney, Welch   &  Stewart  paying
BWto, V- tt. Smith & Co., Angus
\f'*��������������� the Cold Storage Co., paying
V***t* rate one wonders if 37  1-2
Im   im'"',?b0V8 the "Wket rate.   For
I '.Nit | bcu,.,. ;, is und . ol).ect mo,t
Ib.TI ���  '" ,n>' money be'ng sPent
luJ\H,k'T r'1"'    l*t ^e men arbitrate
I2L    ?ut'   (,ne other aspect of the
lone   "1.   *1* l0 mention.   Yesterday
���W    ���" ' "'"factors sought to start
Ita* ;     ,'���'' *,r 20 men.    His men
luU*x,������"���<���'<-  with   and  their  tools
Ncitv 'r'i"-   ��>'what right?   Surely
I    ... ' '"���"''������ realize that the liberty
sort !i   ,""l,v'<lual   who   chooses   to
W i,l   !'''  '"' Protected.    Can they
meuuT and if "ecessary stem
*ho -h   '"'   l,rotect   the   individuals
they��lu" '" ,labor-   They must and
and far     "rf s"PPort of every right
rnled citizen in any steps
���-..i   ord*r.     The   ratepayers
unjS. m"u�� on the point.    If some
not  arbitrate and  will  not
1    m��|itain   ofdjg
RS 'tl'1''"' them travel and let'those
1    "  *hn   will
I insist
��n on].
As   ratepayers   we
'or���no absurd regulations
permi ,   ".""^ ��1 RnV **>& can  be
liter h'1 '" mterfere.   You, Mr. Ed-
Mo oonm 10nd for this-   Permit mt
��en   "'���n'1  y��u  and  to  hope   that
Kryom     "   wil1   support   you   and
wCwiTn ���lhority or in a public
i      ">" ** ho t akes the same stand.
>ours truly.
Had Rolls of Bills Stitched up in All
Hia Clothing Which Helped to
Break Hia Fall���May be Mentally
Unsound in Spota.
Winnipeg, March 24.���With $1,000
sewed up in the lining of his coat, $500
sewed into the pocket of his vest, and
$500 sewed into the band of his trousers,
and $150 in cash in his pocket, Andrew
McGregor juin|ied from a Grand Trunk
Pacific train yeaterday.
Mr. McGregor waa formerly resident
in Kansas City. He had been engaged
in farming in Missouri and decided to
move to Alberta. He came west via
Winning and bought some implements
and stock here. He then left for Edmonton, and at Clover Har, while the
G. T. P. train was running at about
regular 8|>ced, he stopped from the
platform. ���
It is believed that the traveller was
mentally unsound. This may be due
to intoxication or to some more serious
cause. The men with whom he did
business in Winnipeg did not suspect
that there was anything the matter
with the visitor as he transacted all
his business here in a business-like
A Free Entertainment for Tueiday
On Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Mclntyre
Hall ��� concert will be given under the
auspices of the newly formed Overseas
Club." The entertainment WW M
absolutely free, and aU Hritish ladies
and gentlemen who care to come are
invited. There will be a capital musical
rngramme in which a number of the
popular singers and instrumentalists
of Prince Rupert are to take part.
Helpers Hurry at Full Steam to the
Eureka, Marc^S.-From the Gov-
meernnt Wireless Station.at Table
Bluff comes to hand the repttt tMta
steamer has been sighted on fire about
four miles from the point. At once on
receipt of the news thc steamers Arg>��
?ndW City steamed at ���������������$��
the rescue. The name of the brunmg
vessel wai not ascertained.
I terns of Interest Picked up Here and
Today Mr. \V. H. Vicais assumed
his duties as Chief of Police. Hc was
sworn in last night.
(Special to the Optimist)
Calgary, March 25.���The miners of
Alberta will go out on strike. The
dme on which they will walk oul is
fixed for the night of Murch 31st when
the present agreement expires. Thii
will mean the biggest strike in the
history of Alberta.
Conference Proved Futile
This decision was arrived at this
morning after an abortive conference
between the representatives of ilie coal
miners and the mine owners. For
several weeks they have been wrestling
with the problems of open and closed
shop, the check off sys.em, and question!
of' discrimination. ' Yesterday thing
came io a stanstill, and this morning's
conference showed the futility of further
discussion. Both parties saw they could
not come to terms and the men announced that at the termination of the
present agreement they would go out
on strike.
Military Make Preparation!
Calgary, March 25.--From information contained in a telegram from a
source in close touch with the government, il is announced that Dominion
Investigators   who   have   been   along
Crow's Nest Pass for come months have
reported to the government that the
men of the Miner's Unions there will
strike whether an agreement is reached
with the mine-owners or ml.
The men ure beyond control of their
leaders. Military olliceis of experience
have been suit along the Pass to lix the
best spins to place iroups in cum ot
trouble. It is believed ihai troops
are already preparing to move to the
Big Blaze at a Milwaukee Hat Factory
Milwauki e, March 25.    Four liicmen
were killul, und a fifth today lies dying
as lhe result of a fierce fre which totally
destroyed the Middleton Manufacturing
Company'.' Hat Factory here yesterday
afternoon.   The conflagration spread so
rapidly that it got beyond control for
a  time,   and   while  the  brigade  were
concentrating  their iflnits in  the endeavor to confine the outbreak, the root
! suddenly    collapsed.     Thc   five   .Ben
!were caught by the falling dehrif, ami
i buried.    In the heroic efforts at rescue
: twenty other firemen were injured, sotSe
The Boscovitch assault case wai
(continued in private this morning.
| There is always a crowd of labored,
presumably accused's countrymen, ar-
! ound the police shack during the hearing
j of the case, but no spicy details are forth-
! coming to satisfy the morbidly curious.
Mr. J. A. MacMaster, stenographer
to the city clerk, is not on duty today
owing to indisposition.
Building permits representing building
;to the value of $3,200 were issued
I during the past week by Building
Inspector McNeill: and by the way,
! Mr. McNeill's new baby daughter and
[Mrs. McNeill are getting on nicely,
1 thank you.
The P. R. I. A. have through their
secretary sent a leiter of approval to
Alderman Ken for his attitude on tM
strike position generally which they
heartily approve.
The Young Men's Brotherhood al
the Baptist Church will hold another
of (heir monthly socials on Monday
evening, to which all are invited.
In Trying to Save tbe Woman Two
Brave Newfoundlanders on Way to
Vancouver Lost Their Llvea In
Gallant Attempt.
(Special to the Optimist)
Louisburg, C. B., March 25.-With
only her funnels showing above the
water thc Newfoundland mail stoamer
Bruce plying between Port Au, lUsques,
N F., and Cape Breton ports is a hope-
lew wreck. She struck a ledge at Port
Nova Point 200 miles northeast of
Louisburg early today and from the
fitst there was no hope of saving her
Splendid efforts were made successfulI y
to save her crew of thirty men and 120
ussciiKcrs, but while nobly struggling
o save tlie lives of the women and
rhildren two Newfoundland fishermen
los their own lives. The two men were
passengers on the way to Vancouver.
Edward Carmichael Crushed in New
Building Hurled Down by Fierce
Guat. Houae Near Alao Collapaed.
Man'a Leg Broken.
(Special to the Optimist)
Vancouver, March 25.���Buried in the
ruins of a new building being erected
here Edward Carmichael, a well-known
young contractor, was almost instantaneously killed yerterday afternoon.
The gule of wind blowing since thc morning had increased in fury, and Mr.
Carmichael was inspecting lhc job to
see that all was secure when the accident haptiened. He was standing up
when the upper portion of the building
was hurled down by a tremendous gust,
and the falling material flung him to the
i ground. Injured chiefly aboul thc head
he died in a few mements.
Two men who were working with
him at the time wore ulso thrown down
and hurt, but they were able to walk
to their homes. Decerned was a son of
Mr. Carmichael of the Inland Revenue
Department here, and brother of Mrs.
Halchre of New West minister. The
building which eolhtpsed wus situatetl
on the corner of Third avenue and
Buyswater Road, and in the excel)!ionally
high wind yesterday mother house in
the vicinity also blew down. A workman
engaged u|x>n it had his leg broken.
(Spedal to the Optimisti
Hamilton, March 25. -Out of forty
applicants for the work of inspecting
and reporting on the Municipal F.leciric
Light sysiem here, Mr. K J. Sifion
has been selected by the Board of
Control to undertake the inspection.
His remuneration for the job will DC
$1,500. Mr. Sifton is a Vancouver
electrical expert, and had charge M the
laying out of the London light syestni.
Montreal Janitor Victim of Strange
(Special to the Optimist)
Montreal, March 26.���By the expulsion of one cf the heating furnaces in
the Coburg Apartments here last night
the whole of the first floor was wrecked,
and Ed. Alton caretaker of the building
was instantly killed.
Wat Shot by a U.K.- Bullet Fired
Through Window of Shack He Waa
Viaiting Police Searching far a
Special to the Optimist)
Edmonton, March 25. William Lennox, aged 35, wus shot and seriously
injured last night by a rifle bullet in
the hands of an unknown assassin.
' Lennox was visiting at a shack al the
time, and the bullet was fired thruugh
thc window at him. Though badly
wounded and his life despaired of,
LeiuiiA was able to make an ante-
mortem statement of the affair. As a
result thc (iclice are now searching for
a man named Fortipr.
Priviligcd Patient at Hamilton Jumped from Window
(Special to thc Optimist.
Hamilton, oarch 26. A priviliged
patient named Lockhart killed himself
in an attempt to isi-api from the aay-
|lum by jumping from a window on
Wednesday night. His dead body was
found three hundred yards away on
Thursday morning.
Mclntyre Hall Haa Been Taken for
Sunday Night
Tomorrow night (he I'rince Ru|H��rt
Industrial Association will hold in the
Mclntyre Hall, a mass meeting of their
mcmlx rs and all wage-earners concerned,
to Meartatn the [oeungot the community
I in legurd io agenend strike.
Beyond the announcement <>( Ifcfi no
mat or of special ii,>!>a>��rji<'o were
taken up at tne strikers' meeting last
night. Resolutions approving the altitude of Alderman Kerr, wd oi Mr.
John Goodman, and "Itig Hen" of the
Hub Cigai Ston1 were passed.
A small parly of laborers errived by
the Camosun last night, and tho new
arrivals were met by a body of the
strikers. Names nf ten of them are
filed BJ intending members at the
P. R. I.A.Hall.
While the strikers maintain that
yesterday morning's demonstration on
First avenue wbs peaceable, there exists
today in the city a very strong adverse
attitude towards the strikers on account
of the incident. T H fcTP K I N C B   RUPERT    0 P,T 1 M 18 1
1    CIGAR will
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This is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
Distributors for Northern British Columbia
Teas For All Tastes
"TWininttS"   '* not a  ncw brand of Tea.
Many Old Country people recognize it as an old time favorite and high grade
Tea.     We have it in 1-2 and 1 lb. pkgs. at, lb.. .40
"Twining'a Three Star,"  highest grade,  per lb. .50
Bin�� Hibbon Tea.   Nabob Tea,   Victoria Cross
u     perlb 40
Tetie  's Yellow Label 40
Tetley's Sunflower Rod 50
Lipton's "A" half and one lb. tins, per lb 60
Lipton's "B" half and one lb. tins, per lb bO
Ridgway's Old Country half lb. tins 25
Ridgway's "Five O'clock" half lb. tins 30
Lipton's Tea in three lb. tins 1.00
Tetley's Tea in three lb. tins, Brown label 1.00
Tetley's Tea in three lb. tins, Blue label 1 15
Victoria Cross Tea, five lb. tins 1.75
Empress Ten, five lb. tins 1.66
Good Bulk Tens, perlb 25 to .35
��� �� *
Yakima   Potatoe.,    none   better,   per    lb.    2   3-4c.
Departmental Stores
Phone No. 2
A Dollar Saved .. .
... A Dollar Earned
We have just unpacked a large consignment of carefully selected
Ladies���Come and See���Our Values Shout at You
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Advertise in The Optimist
Mrs. Ernest A. Woods will receive
! on the third Wednesday of every month.
The Reason Why of Bungalowa
The one-storey bungalow sprang into
! jiopular favor in the east and west
almost at the same time, but for entirely different reasons. In the extreme western and southwestern parts
of the country, homes have always
been built rather low, as a protection
from the dangers of seismetic disturbances, but in the East the bungalow is
largely the outgrowth of the Hat building
A young woman used to the conveniences of a flat can not easily accustom herself to the inconveniences of
doing the housework on two floors,
which explains why so many young
people are building bungalows for their
lirst homes.
A one-storey  bungalow  has  all  the
advantages  of   a   modern   flat,  except
janitor  service,   and  overcomes   many
of the disadvantages  found  in  a  flat
building.    In a Hat building the rooms
j nre  usually  arranged  along  one side,
I obtaining light and air from that side
'only, which is either directly over the
side walk on the one side or looks into
1 an  inside court   on  the  other.    This
means  a  restriction of light   and  air,
and bars one from the pleasures of a
yard in summer time.
A bungalow en the other hand has
light and air all around it, with as
large a yard as the relative size of the
bungalow and the lot will permit, nnd
makes an ideal home in which to raise
children. Most little tots have to be
dressed from two to four times a day
which means a frequent running up
and down stairs, in addition to thc
duties cf thc regular housework.
The floor plan arrangement of a
bungalow can be as formal as in a
private home, wiih an entrance hall,
living room, library, and dining room,
in addition to the kitchen and chambers, cr it can follow the craftsman
idea nnd be made very informal with
: the large living room serving the purpose of reception hall, living room,
library' and dining room.
There is one feature which should
be included in every bungalow no
matter how informal, and that is a
small hall connected with all the bedrooms and tha bathroom. For obvious
reasons, it is not con%-enient to have
��� the bathroom located remotely from
the bedrooms, and in no way directly
connected with them.
A Inrge one-storey bungalow iB more
i expensive to build than a two-storey
I house containing the same number of
{rooms for the"reason that the outside
, area of the one-storey  building mu;t
��� be greater to get the rooms on one floor.
Out of this fact has grown the two-
| storey bungalow. The man with a
' home 24 by 24 feet, desiring but one
j or two bedrooms can place them on
I the second floor in such a manner that
��� the roof can be given a low bungalow
i ap|>earance, with large dormers to
! provide light and air for the chambers.
i The effect of studied rusticity can be
I preserved,   and   by   using   very   wide
projecting eaves, a bungalow effect
be obtained in a house costing less
than n straight twimtorey house, and
not near as much as the coBt of placing
all the rooms on one floor.
This arrangement of course lacks
the convenience of n home with the
rooms on one level, but the man with
the cream appetite and a skimmed
, milk pocketbook, frequently has to
make a compromise between what he
would like and what he can afford.
In Defence of the "Ankle Skirt"
British resentment of restrictions on
personal liberty promises to result in a
vigorous   movement   in   favor   of   the
i harem skirt.
The action of the mobs in Vienna
and Paris in attempting to block the
innovation by violence has produced a
feeling of disgust in London.    Leading
i merchants intend to ttock up with
the harem Bkirt and push its sale.   Many
| letters are appearing in the press in
favor of the new fashion. The artist,
Harry Furniss, says in one:
"One or more Ol the fashionable portrait painters should paint some of
their fair sitters in harem dress.
"I am convinced that if the artists
and  their sitters lead  the  public  will
\ follow. I do not mean follow in the
sense that cads and cadessess follow
women whether in the harem or any
, other ncw costume, in the public thor
oughfares with jeers and insult. But
more considerate people could see in
the quiet of the royal academy how
artistic and attractive the new dres-
is. In the name of common sense let
us adopt the ankle dress as permanent
and muzzle the changing, uncomfortable, microbe-gathering costumes which
the ever designing dressmakers invent.
"The reason many English women
object to the skirt, I am told by their
French-American rival , is that they
have large feet. The fact is that in
bygone days English women wore large
and shapeless boots. The long, nervous
foot of the English girl is preferable to
the squat, short-toed French boot, or
to the narrow, low instep of the American
beauty. Besides the ankle skirt can be
made like the end of a Christmas cracker,
and thus hide the foot where it is necessary."
"What has done more to scotch if not
to kill sensible dress is the name. At
the moment of writing I hit upon
'ankle skirt,' but. if the modern Gainsborough should paint it there is no
reason why the "Sargent skirt' should
not become as famous ns the Gainsborough hat."
Maraconi La Neua
Boil three ounces of maraconi in one
quart of milk. Cook slowly until soft
and tender, then take four eggs and beat
the yolks and whites together. When
well beaten, add two neaping tablespoonfuls of sugar, one-half a teaspoonful
of salt,-one teaspoonful of vanilla and
juice of a small lemon. Add this to the
macaroni and bake in the oven, in individual baking dishes, slowly. Serve
very cold.
Bran Gems
One egg beaten, one-half teasonnp
salt, one-half cup sour milk into which
dissolve one level teaspoon of soda, three
tablespoons of melted butter, two cups
of bran, about two cups of white flour
with one heaping teaspoon of baking
powder. This recipe makes two dozen
| small gems.
To remove rust from kettles fill them
with hay, packed tightly, fill in with
boiling water and let boil for several
hours.  ���
If six to ten drops of spirits of camphor
are taken on a lump of sugar when
sneezing starts a bad cold may be
Thc darkest stain on a mirror or window pane can genrally be routed by
rubbing with a flannel wet in spirits of
Odd, Isn't It,
A match has a head, but no face,
A watch has a face, but no head.
A river has a mouth, but no tongue,
A wagon has a tongue, but no mouth,
An umbrella has ribs, but no trunk.
A tree has a trunk, but no ribs.
A clock has hunds, but no arms,
Thc sea has arms, but no hands.
A roosier has a comb, but no hair,
A rabbit has hair, but no comb.
Odd, isn't it?
The usual song service will be conducted at thc Salvation Army Citadel
tonight at 8 p.m. Sunday's services
will be as follows: 11 a.m., public
holiness meeting. 3 p.m., a free and
easy meeting and at 8 p.m. a big Salvation meeting. Everybody is cordially invited to these meetings.
Don't forget the big entertainment
to be given Friday. There will be solos
and recitations, also a dialogue and
twenty-five of Prince Rupert's boys
and girls will give some drills accompanied by music. Gray's Orchestra
will also be there and a good time is
Methodist Servicea
The Missionary Anniversary services
will be conducted in the Methodist
Church next Sunday morning and
evening, March 26. Rev. Geo. E.
Raley, Chairman of the Simpson District, preaching at both services. Himself a pioneer missionary, hc will be heard
with pleasure on Ihe all important
problems of the Church's Advance in
the Field of Missions in the Home and
Foreign Field.
Sails for
Thursdays, at 8.30 p.m.
... Prince Albert for Stewart WeaneJ
days, after arrival of Prince Rupert FJ
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T.ke notiee th.t 1. John McUod. ofYJSJJ
B.C.. occup.tion broker. Intand to al ���!���!'    ���,
mission to orospeet for c.1 and 1��1"" "�� "
folluwlnK described lands. _a
4. CommencinK ��t �� l'���� I1'!""" ���'*'��*;
west of the northwest rorner of ��*��^S.|
3473. marked J.M.. S.E. aorwr.
eh.lns. thence west SO ehalns. thei
eh.ln.. thence enst 80 ch.ln". j- Pj�� j^,,,,
mencement, ..,,...'.���.���'Affl
D.ted Feb. 1. 1911 Wilson Got*** A��"
Pub. Feb. 11.
Quean Charlotta I.lan.1. Und Dlsto***
T.ke notiee th.t 1. John Sft^'^-WSJv
B.C., occup.tlon broker. Intend to SPPW "��
mission to prospect for co.1 and peW* ""'
followinK described l.nds, mi
6. CommencinK .1 �� nost pl.nted �� ,
west of the south-west eorner of HJIWg,
3474. marked J.M..  N.E. corner, t ���
eh.lns.  thenee west 80 ch.ins. the '    n
ehslns. thencc east 80 ch.ins   .. r?'-f_u0,
m'neement. ....,,���' win. Kt*
D.ted 1st, 1911 Wilton Go�� in* ��
Pub. Feb. 11.
Skean. Und District-District of Cm*
T.ke notice th.t Henry ___*_*��*%__���_���
Rupert. B.C.. occup.tion miner ten �� �� J
for permission to purchuse the follow���
������ l.nds: t.���,��,i nn left l��n*
CommencinK ��t �� post planted on. ��', ,f ���
E.-ehum-slk  River abofttWO*M* ���
from Its mouth rmd about one"an
rapids,   thenee  north   80  chn ns. tn ,
eh.lns. thence .out , ^ ch��.ns m r, _,
bank, thenee west 40 ch.lns TO M or
river bank to point of commeneement.
320 acre., more or less
KtJMJlT HENRY MACAKT> T H E    1' !��� i n C K    R
i- k u r o l' T I M 1 8 I
We Have Removed   j**^" 0F THE1R1SH"
If  V ******** m.*t,**ttt��mm.-*_W   .   **%*     I    |       InteP_st!_- CIr��a..U ��f l-U. I li.  -��   Ca     n-a._l.l-
Interesting Sketch of the Life of St. Patrick
Given   by   Mr.   Thos.    Deasy   of    Massett
Now Open
For Business
Scott, Froud & Co.
Prince Rupert's Leading Shoe Store
!    lhe following eloquent sketch of the
life of St. Patrick was delivered bv
I  Mr. Thomas  Deasy,  Indian  Agent  at
I! Massett on the evening of St. Patrick's
day,   before   a   meeting  of   the   Irish
residents ol Graham Island.   It is a
I succint and eloquent statement ol the
history and claims of the Irish perople,
' and  in   honor  of  their   patron,   Slant
! Patrick:
"Just  before  noon today  a request
i was sent me to address this audience
on the greatest of Irish missionaries���
Ion a man whose name and whose work
i will ever remain, as a lasting monumein
lio mark the lise of a simple herder of
Saint we honor today. Down through
the centuries no other name has won
and held the Irish heart, like that of
St. Patrick. He always gave until lie
had no more to bestow, and rejoiced
to see himself poor.
"St. Patrick laid the foundation of
Ireland's churches and schools. He
travelled over the whole island, penetrating iis remotest comers, without
fear. From a country then considered
the most barbarous and uncivilized, In-
sent out renowned teachers and guide;
that have always astonished the civilised
world. In this vineyard he cultivated
thc   virtue  of  chastiiy,   aeknolwcdged
cattle, I" the highest ollice that either from the time when the mythical Maid
God or man could place in the hands of of Moor, of the snow white wand with
a human.being, la  ring of  gold,  travelled  unprotected
I    "The birthplace of St.  Patiick has through Green  Isle, until today when
been the subject of conllicting arguments  the   whole   woild   acknowledges   that
since the fifth century, Pi ance, Scotland,
England and Ireland, all bring forth
i claims to prove that St. Patrick "lirst
;saw the light" iii their respective countries. It mailers little to us, where
was born; still less do we care what
earthly  agency   brought   him    out   of
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IThe Optimist
obscurity   and placed in
hands the  work  to  be
Ireland is the home of female purity
"All of his actions breathed humility,
bolh of heart and mind. In the calendet
of Saints; in the history of nations
the history of this humble man, this
former slave, stands pre-eminent. Where
the heart of an Irishman heals, the name
ns hear) and  (,rjnKS (orth emotions of joy and love.
Accomplished.      ..i     .v. .   i     i      -...-.    .       .,
Men will agree to disagree on earthly    . 1" 'h.at  liim  JfgLfiS 25
matters, which have little ���. ,1,-  will,  *I��P��;:<1 h�����' '*.*���  p"rick, and our
the accomplishment of great events.      t��lv" '" ��', *"*'" ��l��nd-:may the God
"What w do know la that St. Patrick, ��J ,Su ' *** ��'" commu' Jg   i;,u;irtl
at sixteen yours ���f aui-w;,s carried away l"'"1   l,rulert   our   I100"1?'     Vp   hilV1'
to Antrim, in Ireland, as a slave and that |
he remained there, a slave, during six i
years.    In his confessions, he tells us:
'I was taken captive when I was marly
sixteen yean of age.   1 knew not the I
true God and was brought to Ireland
a  captive  wiih  many  thousand  men
a*, we deserved,  foe we had forsaken
God and had not kept His commandments.'
"We also know that 'he was everyday  in   frequent   prayer   and   he  a|s,i
tetti us that the love of God Increased
in him so much, that he would in a
���ingle day say a hundred prayers, and
in ihe night almost as many, so that he
frequently arose to prayer in the woods
and mountains before daylight, in snow
and frost and rain and felt no evil.
because the spirit of the Lord was
burning within him.'
"At the age of twenty-three years he
heard in a dream a voice saying: Thy
fasting is well; thou shall soon return
io liiy own country.' Again he had a
dream, in which the same voice told
him a ship was ready two hundred
miles away, whereupon he ran away
from his master and escaped to France.
He had learned the language, customs-
and manners of the Irish, and the seed
was planled which brought forth fruit
a hundredfold.
"We will now take from the writings
of St. Patrick lhe following pas-age:
'Again, after a few years 1 was with
my relations in Britain, who received
mc as a son, and earnestly besought
me that then, at least, after I had
gone through so many tribulations, 1
would go nowhere from them. And
then I saw in the midst of the night a
man who appeared to come from Ireland,
named Victorious, and he had innumerable letters with him, one of which lie
gave to me. 1 read the commencement
of the epistle containing "The Voice
of the Irish " and as I read aloud the
beginning of the leiter, I thought I
heard in my mind the voice of those
who are near the wood of Fo.-hlut, which
is near the Western Sea, and they cried
out, "We entreat the holy youth to
come and walk si ill amongst us. And
my heart was greatly touched, so that
I could not read any more. So I awike.
Thanks to God that after many years
the Lord hath granted them their
"You  now   see  lhe  reasons  for  the
return ol St. Patrick to ilu- Green [ale
Back to ihe country he went, nol this
time B slave; but W lead the thousands
of pagan worshippers from the slavery I
of idolatry to 'Our Cod of all men;
the Cod of heaven and earth, of the sea l
and the rivers. The God of the sun,
the moon and all stars lhe Cod Of
the high mountains and of the lowly
valleys. The Cod who is above heaven,
and in heaven, and under heaven.
"From the Halls ol Tara to Dublin;
from one end of Ireland to the other,
Sl    Patrick   carried   the  story  of  the
cross   and   inverted  the  inhabitants
The   idols   fell   before   him,   and   the
I ancient   kings  bent  their  knees.    His
death is shrouded in mystery and hi.
i body now lies in Downpatnck, the dust
:      gling with that of the sod  winch
B the three-leaved emblem of the
T    itv   the   proof   of   St.   Patricks
teaching, that there Is nothing ta-
; ,   s   le to the Cod hc worshipped and
to  whose  altars the tribes and their
I ChJ* Ilorked.    Such, in brief, is the
every reasi n to hc proud of all others
who have gone forth CO preach the
gospel of truth and humility. Her
daughters, fair as roses that ever garden
bore and purer than the fleecy foam
that whitens her rocky shores how
pleased they must be to belong to a
race that look them from slavery and
made them respected and loved by the
fearless men who brought love and peace
to their homes. Where every river has
some solemn lille; where every mountain has i-,s treasured name, and every
valley its honored registei. I"ntil those
mountain- are worn oul; until the riven
forget to How: uniil the springs forget
to gush and lhe rills lo sing, shall tin-
name of St. Patrick lie kept with reverent
honors which are Inscribed on the book
of national remembrance, ll was tin-
birthplace of your revered pastor*���it
was the home of my forefathers.
"Wc are proud of the land that for
ages has been the home of our people.
We have had the example of St. Patrick
to guide us along the thorny paths
of life, and, when life's short journey
is over may we all meet on lhat fairer
shore where St. Patrick and all who
have brought light to the once darkened
world, will welcome us before the one
great God, who is always ready to lead
lis from the slavery of sin lo the joys
of Christian enlightenment."
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Carpentering. Also agents for Fairbanks-Morse and Knox Gasoline
Engines. Gasoline Engines and Accessories carried in stock.
Launch*! .nd Boat* for Hire   N.E. end of Wharf
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Section 1
Block 7, lot 14, $1H40; $340 cash, terms
on balance.
Rlock 20, lot IH, $5500; cash $3S00.
Hlock 28, lots 3 and 4, $3,200 pr; $2,200
Block 89, lot 9,11,800.
Hlock .'15. lot 27, |1,900; cash $1,225
Section S
Block 27, lot 28, 1600; cash $420
Block 28, lot 24, $700; cash $250
Blink  89,   lots   19, 20,   11,880 pr; cash
Block 42, lot IH, $500; cash $1175.
Section 6
Hlock 4, lots 21 and 22, $1,000 Sftch
Block 7, lots 80 and 81, 11800 each, half
cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
Hlock 17. lot 21, $1,200; cash $(i(H).
Block 19, lots 9 und 10, 18,600 pr; cash
Hlock 2H, lot 20, $1,025; cash $000.
Block HO, lot 18, $700; cash $400.
Section 7
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Good Double Corner for $000.
Good Lots on Seventh Ave. for $320.
Section 8
Double corner on   the I'laza for $550
Fine Level Lot on Sherbfooke  Ave.,
Hlock 28, for $1125.
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We have several Iiouscb to rent in all
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Saturday, March 25
Notice to Our Readers
��� With today's issue, the Optimist will make ita exit from the scene for two or
three days. The growth of the paper, and of the job department of the Prince
Rupert Publishing Co. have made it necessary that the Optimist remove to larger,
and better equipped premises.
The new Optimist building on Third avenue is how completed, and for the
next few days the Optimist must cease publication while the machinery, engines
and presses are being erected at the new building. We assure our readers that we
will be out again within thc week. This explanation ia given so that our subscribers
will understand why their paper will not make its customary appearance for the
next two or three evenings.
The removal is tf more than usual interest to the general public. It denotes
the rapid growth of Piince Rupert's leading newspaper, and is a prophecy of betttr
things to come. Improvements and enlargements have been planned, which with
our removal to commodious and properly equipped offices will now be made possible. In return for the generous support which has been given the Optimist by
subscribers and advertisers, the management have determined to give the people
ol Prince Rupert and Northern British Columbia a newspaper which both as
"un orderly presentation of thc news of the day," and as an advertising medium
where the sellers and buyers of commodities may get in touch with one another,
will not be excelled by any newspiqier on the Pacific Coast.
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Arbitration and Law-Enforcement
The suggestion that men of the Prince Rupert Industrial Aaociation should
submit their case to a court of arbitration has not yet been discussed by them;
but judging by individual expressions of opinion from some of their spokesmen,
it is not likely to be received with favor. It is 8aid that the men would not be
likely to agree tf> allow any outside arbitrator to decide their business for them,
and that if u decision wus reached unfavorable to the men, that they would give
but a perfunctory consent to the uward and take the first opportunity to go on
strike again.
It is to bc hoped that this attitude will be reversed by the men at their mass
meeting tomorrow night. Their whole case depends upon the reasonableness of
their demand. They profess to be able to make out a clear case for a wage increase.
What then have they to fear in submitting their claims to arbitration, and having
their witnesses hoard?
If the workmen refuse to arbitrate, in many quarters it will be taken as a confession of weakness, nnd as an indication that they hope to win the strike by other
thun the just merits of their r-psp.
There is another issue too, to be facjd, and that must be done by the city council. While no violence has been used, the tinkers yesterday by force took the
tools away from a number of men who were anxious to work. This was a trespass
on the liberty of those men who wanted to work, and a violation of the expressed
intention of the men on strike to conduct their dispute by peaceable and lawful
me; hods. It is the duty of the city council to see that law and order is maintained,
and in taking measures to prevent a repetition of such an incident, us that on Friday,
the council muy rest assured they will have the moral support of every law-ubiding
In making an appeal to the intimidation of force the strikers made un appeal
to an element which should not bc called by either side. Lenst of ull is it wisdom
tor the men to appeal to methods of force. Whatever case they have rests upon
justice. That has been offered them in the form of a court of arbitration. It ii
that wuy their hope lies.
In the meantime the council must cease from dilly-dallying with the situation,
and take steps to maintain the dignity of the city, and the right of every man to
go to work und eurn u living without fear or molestution.
Be Logical, Sir Edmund
Sir Edmund Walker, President of the Canadian Bank of Commerce, is one
of the eighteen insurgent Toronto Liberals who opposed reciprocity on the ground
that it would be disastrous for Canada's prosperity, and dangerous to her loyalty
to enter into closer reciprocal trade with our neighbors to the south.
Sir Edmund has already been twitted a good deal over his peculiar lack of
vision, in not seeing that his argument is negatived by his own fondness for taking
Canadian savings and placing them on the New York money market. Now the
Canadian Music Trades Journal says that at the annual meeting of the shareholders
of the Cable Company, a Chicago piano-making concern, Sir Edmund Walker
of the Canadian Bank of Commerce was elected a director. Turning out pianos
that will be used frequently to play "Yankee Doodle" and "My Country, 'Tis
if Thee," does not seem to have much relation to the development of Canada
on east and west lines. But as a number of people have remarked, it is the farmer's
loyalty that is in danger, not. Sir Edmund's.
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Skeena Land District'-District of Coaat Range V
Take notice that Jack Bedford of Keiithley,
Yorkshire, England, occupation over-looker, intenda to apply for permi-wion to purchase the
followinK dencribed landa:
CommencinR at a post planted at a point in the
easterly boundary of timber limit 38329 and in
the southerly limit of lol 3989, Range 6, Coast
Diatrict, where the said limits intersect, thence
along the southerly limit ot lot 3989 afon-naid
and the projection thereof in an easterly direction
80 chains more or Iras to the westerly limit of
timber limit 32501, thence in a southerly direction
along the last mentioned limit 11 chains more
or leas to the northerly limit of timber limit 36775,
thence in a weaterly direction along th<> last mentioned limit 80 chains more or leas to the easterly
limit of timber limit 38329, thence in a northerly
direction 11 chains more or less to the point of
DatedMarchS, 1911. JACK BEDFORD
i'ub. March 2.V
Skeena Land District���District of Coast Range V
Take notice that Charles I*. Otter of Prince
Rupert, B. C. occupation surveyor, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the following
descrilwd lands:
Commencing at a post planted at thc north east
corner of surveyed lot 3984, Rango 5, Coaat District, thence in an easterly direction along the
southerly limit of surveyed lot 3991 and thc projection thereof 40 chains to a point, thence soulh
parallel to the easterly limit of surveyed lot 3984
;tfnr.*siii'l GO chains more or less to thc northerly
limit of a timber limit (No, 42563), thence west
40 chains more or less to a point in the pro ection
southerly of the easterly limit of surveyed lot
3984, thence in  a northerly direction  along tho
(irojectlon of the said limit and along the said
unit 60 chains more or less to point of commencement, containing 240 acres more or leas.
Dated March 8, 1911.        CHARLES P. OTTER
Pub. March 25.
Skeena Land District���District of Coaat Range V
Take notice that Edi(h Alice Crowther of
Ikleg, Yorkshire, England, occupation aplnater.
Intends to apply for permission to purchaae the
(ollowing deseril>ed lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the south eaat
corner of aurveyed lot 3991, Range 6, Coaat District, thence north along the easterly limit of the
said lot 36 chains more or lesa to the southerly
limil of Lol Im Range 5, coast district, thenee
east slong the southerly limit of tho last mentioned
lot 60 chains to a point, thenco in a southerly direction 3f> chains parallel to tho said
easterly limit of lot 3991, thence In a wort-
erly direction 60 chains more or loaa to
the point of commencement containing 210 acres
moro or less,
Dated March 8, 1911.
Pub. March 25.
Queen Charlotte Islands Land Diatrict���District of
Skeena 4 4
Take notice that I, J. G. McNab of Prince Rupert, occupation general agent, intend to apply
for permission to prospect for coal and petroleum
on the following described lands: *\
Commencing at a post planted at the so th-erut
OHM* of Section 8, Townsh p 2 Oraham Island,
and marked J. G. McN., S. E. Corner, thence
west 80 chains, thence north 80 chaina, thence
east 80 chains, thence south 80 chaina to point of
commencement. >%
Dated March 8. 1911. J. G. McNAR
Pub. March 25. WUson Gowing, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islanda Land Diatrict-Dlatrict ol
Skeena \
Take notice that I, John McLeod of Vancouver.
B. C, occupation broker, Intend to apply for per
���p\u.on to prospect for coal and petroleum on the
following described lands:
8.���Commencing at a post planted ono mile
north of tlie northwest corner of Lot 171, marked
��� McL. N.W. Corner, being thenorth-we t cornor
thence east 80 chains, thence aouth 80 ehaina
thence west 80 chaina. thence north 80 chains tn
nolnt or commencement. 4 ,
Dated Dec 24, 1910.    H  ,        JOHN M'LEOD
Pttb. Jan. 21.    b*n     ) A*}  ���   W. Daaa, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land DUtrict���District ol
Take notice that L John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker. Intend to apply for permiaaion
to proapeet (or coal and petroleum on the following
deacribed landa:
Commencing at a poat planted about three milea
weat of the mouth of the Tl-el River marked
J. McL. N. E. Corner, No. 70, thence aouth 80
ehaina, thence weat 80 chaina, thence north 80
chalna, thence eaat SO chaina to point of commencement; containing 640 acrea, more or leas.
Dated Fob. 21, 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Feb. 23. Clarence McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte lalanda Land Diatrict���Diatrict of
Take notice that I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for permisaion
"to prospect for coal and petroleum on tho following
described landa:
Commencing at a post planted three mileo weat
of thu mouth of the Tl-el Uiver and marked J.
McL. S. E. Corner, No. 29, thence north 80
chains, thenco weat 80 cbains, thence aouth 80
chains, thence east 80 chains to point of commencement: containlug 640 acres, more or less.
Dated Feb. 21, 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Feb. 23. Clarence McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte lalands Land District���District of
Tako notice that I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for permission
to prospect for coal and petroleum on tho following
Commencing at a post planted about two mUea
west ot the mouth of the Tl-el River and marked
J. McL. S. K, Corner, No. 50, thence north 80
chains, thence west 80 chainB, thenco south 80
chains, thence east 80 chaina to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more er leaa.
Dated Feb. 21, 1911. JOHN M'LEOD
Pub. Feb. 23, Clarence McDowell, Agont
Queen Charlotto lalanda Land District���District of
Take notire that 1, John McLeod ofVaneouver
occupation broker, intend to apply for permisaion
to prosenct for coal and petroteum on tho following
described landn:
Commencing at a post planted about two mUea
aouth and two milea west of the mouth of tbe
Tl-el River and markod J. Mc.L. S. E. Corner,
No. 71, thence north 80 chaina, thence weet 80
chalna, thence aouth 80 chaina, thence cast 80
chaina to point of commencement; containing 640
acres, more or leaa.
Dated Feb. 22, 1911 JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Feb. 24. Lealie E. Walter, Agent
Queen Chariotte lalanda Land Diatriet���District of
Take notice that I, John McLood of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for permiaaion
to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about four miles
aouth and three miles weat of the mouth of the
Tl-el River and marked J. Mc.L. S. E. Corner,
No. 73, thence north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence aouth 80 chains, thence east 80
chains te point of commencement; containing
640 acres, mere or leaa.
Dated Keb. 22, 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Feb. 24. Clarence McDowell, Agent
Queen Cl arlotte lalanda Land District    District of
Take notice thnt I, John McLood of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intond to apply for pe miasion
to prospect for coal an petroleum on tho f..llowing
describe * land:
Commencing at a poat plant d ab > t t ight milea
aouth and (our west of the mouth of Tl-el River
and ma k d J. Mc ��, N. E. Corner, o. 79, thencc
W. KO rhaina, t ance south 80 chaina, thence north
**-������ chains, thence east t*0 chain? to point of commencement; containing 640 ucres, ���' oro or leaa.
Dated Feh. 24, 1MI. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Feb. 27. C McDowell. Ag*nt
Queen Charlotto lalanda Land Dtatrict���Diatrict of
Take notice that I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for permiasion
to prospect for coat and petroleum on thu following
deacribid lands:
Commencing at a poat planted about three
miles north and one mile west of the mouth ot the
Tl-el River and marked J. McL., S. W. Corn
No. 18, thencc north 80 chains, thrnee east 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence wmt 80
chains to point of rommencement; containing 640
acnw, more or lnw
Dated Feb. 26 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Piilt. Feb. 28. Clarence McDowell, Agont
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Ski-cna Land DUtrlrt- Dintrict nf Osait
. Take nolice that I. J 11. McAinfhcy uf I'rince
KuDcrt. occupatinn miner, intendi* to apply for
permluion to purchase the followinK doncrilied
CommencinK at a pont plantcl nt thc nouthwcit
corner of lot aim. thence ea��t 40 chain*, thonce
���onlh r. chainn, thenct- weit 40 chaini*.  thence
north f. chainn to poinl of commencement, con*
: tninim* IM acren mure or lenn.
' Data r'.-h. 13. mn J- "  McAUGHEV
I'ub. Keh. 25. 1911. Andrew Kenneil)-, Airent
Skeena Lnnd Dintrict-Dintrict of Coant
Take nolice lhat I. I'etcr Kciil. of Vnncouver,
B.C.. occupaliun teamnter, intendn to apply fur
tH-rmi.nion tu purchanc the folluwlnK dencrlht-d
CommencinK at a pont planted nnd marked r.
R.'n S.W. corner nml immnliately adjoininK ponln
markod J.M.'n N.K. rorner sad A.ll.'n S K. corner; thenre north HI chninn. tl, nreennt *ii-liiun��.
thonoe nouth Ni chainn. thencc went 4" chninn, to
i point of commencement, contnininK X!u ncren
1 more or lenn 1'K.TKII REID.
Dated Int Keh. 1911 Charlon II. Allan, AKent
i'ub. Keb. Vi.
Skeena Und Dintrlct-Dlnuict nf Coant
Tnke nolice lhat I. Willium Andernnn. of Van.
, rouvcr.  ll.C. occupation clerk, intendi to apply
for permimion lo purchaae the followinK donerib-
CommencinK at a pont plantcl nnd marked W.
I A. northwest oorner. nnd about 1 milo from Alexander   l'.ii.inm    northern boundary line; thence
nouth  m chainn.  thenoe eait Ml chainn.  thence
I north HU chainn, Ihenee we.t sn chainn, to point of
' commencement. ^J^^^dBSoN.^
Dated lit Keh. 1911 Charlen 11. Slnrk. AKent
I'ub. Feh. 26.
Skeena Und DUtrlct-Dlntrlct nf Coant
Take   notice   that   I,  Alexander   llurhan. of
Vancuuver. B.C., uccupation butcher. Intendi to
apply for [-ermliilnn to purrhanc the fnlluwlna
dueribed landn:
CommencinK a pont plantcl ai.d markcl A ll n
SK eomar, and adjoininK posts markcl J.M. I
M ll corner audi*. Hi S K. oorner.thenc-went
Mi chainn. thenoe north Hi chninn. thenre enni M.
chaina. thenoe nollth HI chain, to pninl of eom-
Dnttd M Feb.. 1911 Churl.-* H. Allen. Aaent
I'ub. Feb. V*
Skwna Und Distrirl-tHstrict nf Count,
Take notire IhM 1. John Milt-r. (rf Vancouvor.
BC,   occupation  butcher,  inicmls to apply for
wrtnttSop tu purchase tho following dlifffM
Uo'mmrncinB al ��JWg pteltrf *g����*&
from tidewater at the head of Luscombe Hay. ��nd
nmrked J M.'s N.K. (WIW. thence wc*t HUclm-na,
Smm �����!& HO chains, thence Mttt *��� chain-.,
thence north Ml chain*, to point of commence-
mont, containing HQ ��re. more ,r taj^
PtN 1st fmb*, \9\\ Chntles H. Stark. Agent
Pub Feb 26.
Skeena Land District - District of Coast
Range 6
Take notice that I. Fred Ghrton, of
I'rinco Rupert, B.C., occupation far
mer. intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following dwrlM [��"��
1 Commencing at a post planted at th*
north cast corner of surveyed lot 1937,
Ranue 6, Coast district, thence north fit)
chains to a slough; thence west ZH
chains- thence south 00 chains; thence
oast 28 chains to the point of commencement FREp  GART0N
Dated February 25th   1911
First insertion Mar. 11
Quwn Cbttlotta Island* Land District���District f
Take notice that I, Juhn McUod of Vancouver,
occupution broker, intend tu apply tor permission
to prospect tor coal and petruleum on the lollowinK
described lands:
CommencinK at a post planted almut three milea
north and one mileo west of the mouth ot the 1'1-el
Uiver and marked J. McL., S. K. Corner, No. 2b,
thence north HO chains, thence west HO chains,
thence south 80 chains, thenco east HO chains to
point ot commencement; containinK 010 acres,
inure or leas.
Dated Feb. 86, 1911. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 28. Clarenco McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District -District ot
Take notice that I, Joh McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply tor permission
to prospect tor coal and petruleum un the (ollowing
described lauds:
Commencing at a pust planted about four milea
north and three miles wesl ol the mouth ot tho
Tl-el Itiver and mnrked J. McL., N. K. ('orner,
No. 66 tlience south HO chains, thenw west HO
chains thence north HO chains, thence put HO
chains to point of commencement; containing 610
acrw, mure or lens.
Dated Feb. 116, lull. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Keh. 28. Clarence McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District ���District of
Take notice that I, John McLeod ot Vancouver,
occupation hroker, inlend to apply tut iH'rmission
to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following
dneribtd lands:
Commencing at a post planted ahout four milea
north ami three miles west ol the mouth ut the
Tl-el Kiver and marked J. McL., S. fc.. Corner
No. 65, thence north 80 chains, thence west HO
chains, thenw aouth HO chainn, thenw east HO
chains lo point of commencement; containing 610
acres, more or less.
Datad Feb. 26. 1U11. JOHN McLF.OD
Puh. Feb. 28. Clarence McDowell, Agant
Queen Charlotte Islanda Land District���District ot
Take notiee that 1, John McLeod ot Vancouver,
occupation hroker, intend to apply for permisaion
tu prospect for coal and petroleum on the tollowing
descrilied land:
Commencing at a post planted about twn mill s
north of th mouth of the Tl-el Kiver and murkt*d
J. McL.. S. \. Corner, No. 3, thenco north HO
chnins, thence west 80 chain1-, thenw south 80
chains, thenci* east mi chaina to point of commencement; containing 610 acres, mure or lean.
Dated Feb. 25,1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Feb 27. T. E. Walter. Agent
Quwn Charlotte Inlands Und District���District of
Take noliw that I, Johr. Mcl<cod of Vancouver,
(ecu pal ion broker, inlet d tu apply fur permission
to pronpect fur coal and petroleum on the following
dcftcirtnil land:
Commencing at a p" planted about tw< milw
north of the mouth of the Tl-vl r ver an marketl
J. McU, S. W. Corner, No. 4. thanea north 80
chains, thenw east 80 chuins thence south HO
chains, thence w.st 80 chains t<> point of com
menwment; containing til acrea, more or leaa.
Da'ed Feb. 25. lUll. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Feb 27. T. B. Walter. Agent
Quwn'Charlotte Islandn Land Dintrict���District
Take notico that 1, John Mclx-od ot Vancouver,
occupatiun broker, Intend to apply t\ r |>crmit*ion
to pro*peel for ct-al aad petroleum < n the following
described Ian ll
Commencing a a post planted about two miles
nurth and t.o mites west ol the numt of the
Tl-el Kiver and marked J. McU, N. W. Corner,
No. 27, thenctt south HO chains thence cast HU
chains, tl.ence north 80 chains, thenw west 80
chains to poinl of commenwment; containing 6)0
acrva. more or lesa
Dated Fe .25.1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Feb. 27. T. E. Walter. Agent
Queen Charlotte lalands I .and District��� Dutrict ot
Take notice thai I Joh McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker Intend to apply for pcrmismon
topn*pccttorcoaland petroleum on the following
��� j. <-mI . 'i lands:
Commencing at a post planted almut two miles
norlh ond two mill* wwt of the mouth of Tl-el
Kivtr and markM J. McL. S. W. Corner. No. 26
thenw north HO chiins. thenw easl HO chalna,
Ihenw anuth HO rhains, thenw wot-t 80 chains to
pounl af commenwment; nntaining 610 acren,
more or leaa.
Dated Feb 25,1911 JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Fob. 27. T. E. Walter. Agent
Quwn Charlotte Islands Land DUtrict���Disirict ot
Take notiw lhat I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupalion broker, inlend to apply for i ��� rn	
to i rt. (h .-I for coal and petroleum on the following
described land:
Comm-ncing at a post planned aboul two milm
north and two miles west of th ��� mouth ot the
TI-.I Kiver and marked J McL. N. W. Corner.
No. 51, thenw south HO ihaina, thenw west HO
chalas, thenc north HO chains, thonco east 80
chains to point of commenwm< nt containing
64<i acrm, more or leoo.
Dated Feb. 25. 1911. JOHN  MeLEOD
Pub. Keb 27. T. K. Walt��r Agent
Queen Charlo to Islands Und District���Districl ol
Saw a
Take notice that I, John McLeod of Vanwuver
owupatin broker, inter.d to apply for permisMon
lo pnaMM tnr wal and |��>tro cum on tho following
daacribad land: ,
Commencing at a poi' planted almut two m Ira
north and two RH west ol the month o| the
Tl-el Kiver and marked J. Mel... S. K Corner,
No. 52 thenw north HO chains, thenw wesl HO
chains, thenw nouth 80 chains, thenw east ���
chains to (mint of commencement; containing 640
acre*, more or l��*��s.
liaia.H-Vh.2*. 1911. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Frli 27. T. K. Walti-r, A��i-nl
guin-ii Charlotte Manila Unil Diatrict���Dintrict ol
Take notice that 1, John Mcl<e<xl ol Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to a|ip y (or permiaaion
lo proapect lor coal and petroleum on lhe lollowini
described land: ___..___ _a
Commencinu at a pont planteil about Ihrcemilr.
went and two milen nnrth ol the mouth ol the
Tl-el Uiver and marked J McL. S. K. Corner, No.
67  thenee north HO chainn, thencc weat HO chainn,
thence aout    HO ehainn, Ihence eant hO chainn tn
point ol commencement;    containing  640 acrea,
more o- len.. ...... .. . ..��r.
Dnted Feb 25, 1911.11 JOHN McLKOD
Puh. Keb. 27. T. K. Walter, Agent
Oueen Charlotte Inlandn L nd Dlatrlct-Dlntrlet o
Take nolice that 1, John Mcl*-od nl Vancouver,
occupalion broker. Intend to apply lor perrriiHnion
to pr npect lor coal and petroleum on th I lollowing
ascribed land: . , ..    ,,
Commencing at a post plsnted about eight mile.
south and two wea. ot the mouth ol Tl-el Kiver
and ma ked J. Met... N. W. Corner. No. 40. thence
i-mth 80 chains thencc ea��t HO chains, thenw north
80 chains, thence west 8 chains to point ot com-
m* cement; con'a n ng 61 a res. more or lew.
Date I F b 24. 1911. JOHN McLKOD
R? Feb. 27. C McDowell, Agtnl
Queen Charlottu Islands I.uml District - District o!
Take notice that i, John MoLtOd ot Vancouver
occupation broker, intend in apply for permission
to prospwl (or cual and petroleum on the fullowing
deacribod I a mitt
Commencing ul a port planted nbout two mllea
touth and two mllea west of tl.e mouth of the
Tl-el Kiver and marked J. Mc.L. N. E. Corner,
No. 72, thenw suuth BQ chuiriH, thenw west 80
chains, thence north K0 chains, thencu eaat 80
chainH to point of commencement; containing
640 acres, more or let*.
Dated Feb. 22, 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Feb. 24. Clarenw McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotle Islands Land District���District ot
Take notiw that I, John McLeod ot Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to upply for permission
to prospect for coal and petruleum on tbe following
deacrilied lands:
Commencing at a post planted about two milea
south and two miles west of the mouth ol the
Ti'el Kiver and marked J. McL. s. E. Corner,
No. 48, thence north 80 chuins, thenw west 80
chains, thenci' south 80 chuins. thence out 80
chains to point of commenwment: containing 640
acres, more nr less.
Dated Feb. 22, 1911 JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 24. Lealie E, Walter, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands l.and DUtrict���District ol
Take notiw that I, John Mcl-eod of Vancuuver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for permission
to prospect (or coal and petrok'um on the lolluwing
daacribad lands:
Commencing oi a pott plantod *\l>out two miles
south nnd two miles wettl ot toe mouth of thu
Tl-cl Kiver and marked J. Mc.L. N. E. Corner,
No. 47, Ihcnw aouth 80 chuins, thence west 80
chains, fence north 80 chain* thanea aaat 80
chains to point ol eommencemenl; containing ti-10
acres, more or leas.
Dated Feh 22,1911. rOHN MeLEOD
I'uh. Feb, 24 Clarence McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte ItlandiLand District���Dwtrict ol
Take t.otiw that 1, Juhn McUixl o( Vancouver,
occupation bruker. inlend to apply for permission
to provpect fur cuul and petroleum on the tollowing
described lands:
CommencinK at a punt plunteil ahout two
miles south and twu miles . ���- t ol ihe mouth ot
the Tl-4'l Kiver, Graham Island, ami marked
J. Mc.L. N. W. Corner, No. \U, thenw south 80
chuina, thenw eaat 80 chum**, thenw north 80
chains, thenw Meat 80 chains to puint of cum-
menwment; containing G10 acres, more ur leal.
Dated Feb. 22, 1911. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 24. Clarenw McDowell, Agent
Quwn Charlotte lalands l*and District���District of
Take notiw that 1, John McU'od of Vanmuver
occupation broker, Intend to apply (or pertniiwion
to prospect fur coul and petroleum on the following
descrihed land*:
Commencing Hi a post planted abuut two milos
south and twu mih-s wi<si ul the mouth ol the Tl-et
Kiver and marketl J. McL, S. \\. turner, No :i3,
thenw nurth 8u chains, thenw * a \ 80 chaina,
thenw suuth 80 chaina, thenw west 80 chains to
point ol commencement; wntaining 610 acres,
more or less
Dated Feb. 22, 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
I\ib. Feb. 24. Clarenw McDowell. Agent
Quwn Charlotte lalands Land District���Diatrict ot
Take notice ihat 1, John McLeod ol Vancuuver
occupation broker, intend to apply for permission
to pros|H<ct lor cual and petroleum on thu following
described landn:
Commencing at a post planted about two miles
soulh ol the 1 l-el Kiver antl marked John McL.
N. K. Corner. No. 32, thenci* south 80 chaina,
thenw wmt 80 chains, thenw nurth 80 chaina,
thenw east 80 chains to point ol commenwment;
containing Rio acree, more or lew.
Dated Feb 22, 1911. JOHN McLKOD
I'uh. Feb. 21. l-c*hf K. Waller. Agwnt
Quwn Charlotte Islands 1 .-     Diatrict���District ot
Take notiw that I, Juhn McLeod ol Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend tu npply tor pirimwion
to prospect for coal and petruleum on the following
described lands:
Commencing ul a |h��1 plantetl about two milea
south of (he mouth ol the Tl ot RiW and marked
J. McL S. E. Corner, No. :tl, thenw wrst 80
chains, thenw norlh 80 chains, thaMi eant 80
chaint, thenw aouth 80 chains to poinl ol com-
menwment: conuining 640 aer��*i, more or lesa.
Dated Feb. 22, 1911. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 24, UolL K. Waller, Agent
Queen Charlotte lalandi Und District-DUtrict ol
Ske n
Take notiw that I, Jo n Mci* d ol Va comer,
o cut atmn broker, Intact I n apply lor pirnuvion
lo prospecl lor c ol and pctrulc .rn o . the lulluwing
dccntied lands:
Commencing al a p st pla:it<*d about tour mil -
-nut and two milea we t ul the mouth of the
Tl-el Itiver and marked J. Met.. N. E Corner,
No. 4.\ ihcnw outh 80 chains, ihence wmt 80
chains, thenc* north 8o chains, thenca east 80
chaini to poi t ol commvnwTwnt; ontali.ing 640
acrcw, mor*- or Una.
Data ..Fab, IS. 1911. J�� UN m lkod
Pub Feh. 26. Claranw MeDowell, Agent
Quwn Cl arlotte Islam's I and District���District ol
Sk ena
Take notiw that I. John McL��od ol Vanwuver,
orcutatio broker, intend to *p\.\ tor perm won
to pnwpoct fur coal and petroleum on tbe fullowing
��� if r b d lands:
Commei.nng at a post planted lo' r ml es souih
and two weit of the m uth ol t m TM It . r and
marked J. McU 8. F.. Cornsr. No. 46, ihenw n rth
H c ain-, thenc i wwt 80 rhaina. the **** south -'J
e ams, t ence Hat 0 chai l point of corn-
men envoi: lontatnmg MO acres, more or le a.
Dated Feb. . :i. ,911. JOHN  M LKOD
I'uh. Feb. 25. Claranw McDowrll. Agant
Qucin CharlotU Islands Und Dlatritt���District o|
Tak'* notiw that 1, John MeI*eod ol Vancouver,
of.irniii.il muT, intend to apply fur permivtion
to p ospect for c al and iH-troleum on th (ollowing
'!��� ��� ribra lands:
Comm ncing .x. a post planted about I ur miloa
south and two milt* we t ol tho mouth ol tba
Tl-el Uiver and marked J. MeL. N. W. Corner,
No. 36, ihenw aouth ->> chain*, thenw e at 80
chain", thenw north 8 chains, thenco ww 80
hains to point of commenc-nvnt; containing 640
acres, more or lwr��. .���..k, ��.��� -_-_-_
Dated Feb. 23, 1911. JOHN M'LEOD
Pub. Feb. 26. CUranw McDowtll, Agent
Queen Charlotle Islands Und District���District of
Ti.k# notiw that I, John M L ��d ot Van ouver,
occupation broker, intond in apply for permUs on
tn pro pect or c ml a di eir. ileum oa to following
d scribed Dnds:
Commencini? at a p st j lam d abo t 'o r milw
outh and two milei wp t of th - m uth I tha
T.-a' U.var and Rttritd J. M L W. Comer,
No. 86. thenc n-rth *0 chains, henc eas ���
chains, thence aiut 0 Chans, the o west 80
r ains o p Int ol commencement ntaining 640
a re*, more or l��. .   .���. .... , ____
Dated F.b.   3, 1911. &1BL1HSB
I ub. Feb. "6. C aranw McDoAtU. Agent
i be-
out llll   of
k to
.�����.. ^.��-
-������ ���
The Savoy Hotel, Cor. Fraser
and 5th, To be sold under Cost
The building contains Office. Dining Room, Bar, Kitchen, Store Room,
Sitting Room, Linen Room and :5G Bedrooms, fitted up throughout with
hot and cold running water; electric lighted, heated, etc. This houae
is fitted throughout with the best quarter-cut oak furniture, brass bed*.
etc., oak bar, etc. The entire outfit consisting of 2 lots, building ami
furniture must be sold at once. A splendid opportunity for the right
party.    For further particulars apply to
Savoy Hotel, or Box 126 Prince Rupert
*..,*%** ���< *
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Tobaccos Wholesale and Retail
Four Fine Double Damask Cloths, 2 by
2 1-2 yanls (hand woven)
Two Fine Double Damask Cloths, 2 1-2
by 8 yards (hand woven I
One Fine Double Damask Cloth,   2 1-2
by 'A 1-2 yards (hand woven)
Two do*, line Double Damask Napkins,
27 bv 27 in. (hand woven)
Twelve Damask Fish or Pastry Napkins
Six Damask Carving Napkins or  Tray
Two  Damask   (or hemstitched Linen)
Sideboard Cloths.
Three Kitchen Table Cloths, 2 by 2 yds.
Two dishing up Cloths, 1 1-4 by yds.
Three   pair   tine   Linen   Sheeets.   for
double bed, 2 3-4 by 3 1-2 yards.
4 pair fine Linen Sheets, for single bed,
2 by 3 1-2 yards.
12 Fine Linen Pillow Covers.
6  pair   Servants'   Cotton    Sheets,    2
by 3 yards.
8 Servants' Cotton Pillow Covers.
12 Linen Huckaback Bedroom Towels.
One dozen Linen Diaper Bedroom Towels (hemstitched)
f> pair Servants' Cotton Sheets. 2
by 3 yards.
Nine Strong Linen Bedroom Towels
0 l.nrge White Turkish Bath Towels.
Nine Housemaids' (Basin) Cloths.
One dozen Strong Kitchen Rubbers.
Six Linen Roller Towels.
Three Pudding Cloths.
Six Knife I'loths.
Two Hearthrug Covers.
1 dozen Sponge Cloths, for Lamps.
2 Large White Turkish Bath Sheets.
One dozen Glass Cloths.
One dozen Tea and China Cloths.
One dozen Check Linen Dusters.
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Illustrated Catalogue on receipt of Postcard to Walpoles, 173 Huron St. Toronto
Mr. Frederick Talbot Givea Hia Im-
j        preaaiona of Thia City and the Dis-
;       trict   Tributary   to   It   in   Widely
", '     Read Magazine.
j       In the one hundredth number of the
���  current volume of "The- World's Work"
\ the eighth of a splendid series of articles
I bv that magazine's special commissioner
iii Canada,  Mr. Frederick Talbot, the
writer, tells of his passing over the line
of the Grand Trunk Pacific line through
| B.  C.  to  its  Pacific  terminus  Prince
. Rupert.
Upper Skeena'a Rich Reaources
In  glowing terms  he describes  the
agricultural and mining country in the
'��� Aldermere and Hazelton districts.    All
; the manifold advantages to the farmer
Of   the   famous   Bulkley   and   Tlekwa
j valleys are brought out with a fair and
I square  account   of  the  hardships  and
| inconveniences to  be endured by the
; pioneer who would reap the undoubted
! reward of labor in these lands.   Climatic
j conditions  are  described  as  excellent
! and  the  summer  froet   bogey  is   well
laid.    Mr. Talbot's story tells how the
ietilers are surely and steadily streaming
The Wonder City of the Coaat
Describing his journey down the
Skeena he touches on its perils as well
as on its wealth in lish, and so step by
step along this vast and vastly interesting country he brings his readers
to Prinee Rupert.
"Prince Rupert," he says, "is the
wonder city of the north Pacific coast.
A city where many fortunes have been
made, and where every one of the 5000
people within its limits is convinced
that he is setting the foundations of a
big purt of the future i- no uncertain
"Certainly its rise has been phenomenal. In the words of Mr. David
M. Hays who was the lirst white man
there, its grwth is probably without
parallel even in Canada that land
big suiprists and hot hustlers.
A Model Twentieth Century Port
"Moreover," the story goes on, "the
place is being reared on the most up-
to-<late lines. The town planner is
bringing his skill to bear on thc general
lay-out of the town so that it may
appeal to lovers of the beautiful and at
the same time not prove a breeding
place for slums. Down on the water
side the engineer is busy with drill and
dynamite to accomplish his splitting
work for miles of sidings have to be
built as well as space obtained for an
imposing terminus befitting such a
railway as the Grand Trunk Pacific.
The unsightly herringbone wharves jutting out from the mainland, as is the
general procedure in America, probably
will never obtain here unless wrought
in stone, for the reason that the harbor
tied is solid rock and at great depth.
But with such a length of water front
as is available here such should not
prove necessary. .
Overwhelming Natural Advantages
"Strategically the poi. i.i of importance. It is ensue, io enter than
Vancouver, us it faces the open sea, and
has no such treacherous waters as the
"Narrows" which are dreaded by all
navigators owing to the speed of the
current. Geographically Prince Rupert
has an overwhelming advantage over
its rivals ils it is 550 miles nearer than
Vancouver to Yokahama, and in the
encircling of the northern hemisphere
from London two days can be clipped
oil, an advantage which n<> development
in marine propulsion can overcome.
Rich Ocean Reaourcea
"But apart from this through traffic
there is a great local opportunity fot
the port to expand directly Prince
Rupert is in touch with Halifax on the
Atlantic. A few miles away are the
great fishing banks of the Pacific Ocean.
All this produce has to be taken to
Vancouver involving two or three days'
steaming. They will be able to gain
Prince Rupert, antl have the produce
half way across the continent, by the
time they have hitherto steamed from
the fishing grounds to Vancouver. It
is also the doorway to Alaska as Skagway
and other ports of the Northern Territory arc within easy reach. So far as
trade of the northern hemisphere is
concerned Prince Rupert is going to
have it, for traffic like water always
follows the line of least resistence, especially when it is accompanied by a
saving of a few hundred miles in its
Well  Inveated  Money
As for the traffic of the southern hemisphere there will be as stern a competition as ever, but the northern half
belongs to Prince Rupert as present
indications convincingly show. Enough
has been accomplished so far to prove
that the confidence of British investors
which has been stretched to i
of some seven million pount
000,000), is being fully justified. The
Grand Trunk Pacific is essentially a
British and Imperial enterprise and
when the unbroken link extends from
ocean to ocean then it will have competitors, in the language of the inhabitants, 'going some'."
Little Girl Waa Heard Singing Chriatmaa Carols by Great Teacher Who
Adopted Her���Great Future Ia
London, March 22.���The first chapter
of one of those romantic fairy tales of
real life has been related in the British
press by Mme. Amy Sherwin, the vocal
It concerns a little girl 13 years of
age, whom Mme. Sherwin heard singing carols outside her house in Hamp-
slead, one cold night before Christmas.
This same little girl is shortly to be
introduced to the concert world as a
"prodigy," and, if the fairy tale is to
have a proper ending, she should even
tually become a great star in the world
of music, as Mme. Sherwin is confident
she will.
"I have christened her Stella Carol,"
says Mme. Sherwin, "in memory of
our first meeting.
"It was really a romantic meeting,
quite in the approved fairy-book style.
I had just returned from my salon to
my home in Hampsiead���very weary
afier a hard day with my pupils.
"Suddenly, outside my window, the
voices of two little girls arose in a
Christmas carol. I was annoyed at the
disturbance, but gradually my annoyance gave way to su rprise and wonder.
"Both the little girls had very sweet
voices, and when one of them sang top
A and produced a note of |>erfecl pur-
j ity, I went to the door to lind oul what.
of manner of c hildren they might be.
"I brought them into my drawing
room and learned their story. They
were two little sisters from Holloway -
two of a family of twelve���trying to
get some money to buy their mother a
surprise present for Christmas.
"They sang again -one of them holding a half-eaten apple���and I was so
impressed by the natural beauty of the
voices that I determined to take the
elder one and train her for the singing
"I sent them home at once with instructions not to sing in the open air
any more, and the next day suw their
"Now Miss Stella Carol is living
with me. I have practically adopted
her, and have taken complete charge
of her fducation. She will have also a
governess to teach her languages and
to take charge of her during her afternoon
"Already her upper notes are improving. She can sing top D and E flat with
perfect purity. She has a winsome and
modest little face, and I have every
hope that at her debut, within the next
three months, she will create a furore."
fi�� Good Buys and Easy TenJ
Prime residence lots In section 7 <
$50Jcash, balance monthly
Lot in section 5, S.:,n- i\m)-__\x
Lot on 3rd Ate.
Lot on 2nd Ave.
section 1, J.12511
lection l, ntty
'���'n'ltli Su J
Second Ave.
Miss   Henny   WennersteJ
Scientific Electric Facial Mamj
Electric Treatments a Specialty
Room. No. 4,
Exchange Blocl
Why Fishes Do Not Drown
Nellie and Freddie had been watching
some gold fish swimming around in a
globe, the other evening, when Nellie
looked up to her father and said: "Papa,
why is it that fishes do not drown in the
"All living things," answered her
father, "must get air in some way or
other in order to live, or, to be more
accurate, they must have a supply of
oxygen, which is one of the gases of
the air. Should this supply of oxygen
fail, death must come, DO matter whether it is from drowning Ot form any
other cause. When a man is drowned
what really happens is that, on account
of his being under the water so long,
his supply of life-giving oxygen han
run short, and as ne can only get it
when he is in the air, he dies. But
this is not because there is no oxygen
in water. As a matter of fact, there
is quite a lot of the precious gas dissolved in water, but human beings and
animals breathing by lungs cannot
make use of it. Their organs are only
adapted for breathing air. Fishes
breathe by gills, not lungs, and the
wonderful way in which gills are made
enables them to extract the oxygen
from the water, and by so doing they
are enabled to live under water perfectly well.
Advertise in
The Light that Rivals tho Sun.
Local business men recommend H, |
This well-known gasoline light is
exclusively bv
The new steel Passenger .^ti-anw |
Prince Rupert every SundaJ
at 9 a.m. for Vancouw
arriving Monday afternoon
For Stewart City on arrtfll
from Vancouver ratal
Northbound, leaves Vancoi
ver Wednesdays at 9 p.m.
Steerage Fare      -     $5
The "Camosun" is the only Jt��
on the run having watortigi.t"
heads and double bottom, thus i
suring safety of passengers"
of collision or wreck,
J. H. Rogers, Ticket AgOJ
iJCharlottalalanil.-l-' ID***
TaJtotiw that I. J""'"''1"? i \��
occupation broker. Int. i
to proepect lor coal and petroleum on the ��
.|..rn l.i.l lard ,u,.-t aboul"1!
Commoncing   .1  ���  I- '���
mllea north and the..  ���
th�� Tl-el Rlvar and start] d     v''.-.?    **
No. 61. thanca nort I   ���" _*_* . .,'.�� ,���
chalna. thanca .outh M chain.    ; ������<*'   4
chain, to point ol eomnu-rnrw'
640 acrea. more or 1cm .,.��� \|ti��0
Dated Vet,. 28.1911. _^UeOt**.l*
I'ub. March'.S. C1arer.ee.Vcw
Quean Charlotte I.land; Un.l L'iairict-D
T.ke notlcc th.t I. John ������&V3
occupalion broker, intend to �� 1 , ^.^
to proepect lor coal and petroleum or.
deacribed land:
Commencing at a po.t Pl��'n'
north and three milw ***** ��J j"
Tl-el Hiver and marked .,,_*_*��� \r-m* ]
...  n-oUtfc �� '
w. c*
No. 62, thenre north M /��" _���___*, .0
chain., thonce .outh ��*���J���  eontataa
chaini to  point  ol  commend tr.or.i.
610 acre., more or leM. , ,���>; >|(L1A"
Paled Feb. 28. 1911. r \, Iv���;l.*
Pub. March 3.
Queen Charlolte Wand. Und Di-""
Take notice th.t 1. MP*%3i Ut *= '
occupation broke', intend to appli
to prn.pect lor co.l ��nd petrol' *m
deacrilied land-
��� I tt*
Commencing Sl U*g^tff5*i
north.nd three mil��_J��;''^.K.'��
E  c��t
��� fit
Tl-el Hiver and marked l.
No. 6.1, thence north 80 chain
ch.ln., Ihenre wuth SO eh"
chain,  to   point  ot  commancam
640 aerea, more or !�������� JoHN M��*
mBffu>la ������*
Clarence I *****
Owned snd operated by the
jmnrl Trunk Padflc Railway on
V American nml European plan.
Excellently furnished, with
,ijtim best, electric light, and alt
modern conveniences, being absolutely Brst-ctass In every respect.
Tlie appointments and service
,re equal to any hotel on the
Riles: $1 lo $3.50 per day.
G. A. Sweet, Manager.
IHERoyal Hotel
Cor. Third Avenue end Sixih St.
Tin* r'irwst Itimmi.
Tin \f*i MulpiMd
u | itaan htittwi.
! kilhlt.
hininvr room ��nd
n-Mnurnnt     :      :
Corley & Burgess, Props
Universal Favorite
Represents   the   last    word    in
Range construction
Small Craft Were Driven About thc
Harbor    Tuga   Had   Cut   Adrift
From Log Rafu    Wind Blew Fifty
Miles rm Hour.
(Special in tin. Optimist)
Vancuuver, .March 24.���One of the
fiercest windstorms recorded for some
time, prevailed during the early hours
of this morning, doing considerable
damage to the telegraph lines to the
smith and to the small craft in the
harbour. The waves swamped the now
pontoon float at Norlh Vancouver while
(alien trees are greatly Interfering with
the li. ('. tram service to Chilliwack.
A number of small pleasure craft
were driven from their moorings, and
the tuk's in EiiKlish llay had to cut
adrift from the booms of Ions. The
wind attained a velocity of over fifty
miles an hour.
Will Grade Two Hundred Miles and
Lay About a Thou.and Milea of
Track- Statement by Vice-Preai-
dent Chamberlain.
(Special to the Optimist)
Winnipeg, March 24, in a statement
given this afternoon by Vice-President
Chamberlain, the G, T. P. company
will expend seventeen million dollars
constructing new lines and erecting
station buildings throughout the west
this year.
The  programme  includes  646  miles
Of new branch lines, 2(i5 miles of main
line track, 200 miles nf grading and HU
j new  station   buildings.    Provision  is
1 made for seven new lines, live in Saskatchewan and twn in Alberta.
Second avenue and Third street
Over Westenhaver Hroa.' Office,
MUNRO   a   l.AIl.EY
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
Law-Butler Building     Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 351
Al.KltKn CAItSS,
uf Ilrilisli Columbia
and Muiiit.jlitt Kara.
of ll.C.. Ontario. 8aa-
kutrtii'wun   nnd  Al-
The Thompson Hardware Co. ! MINERS REFUSE
Iberta Bin.
carss & bennett!
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Offlci'-KxrhuiHii' l.liM-k. ri.niiT Third avenue and
Sixth atmrt. I'rinii'ItlmorU 8
Pacific Northern
Conlraclors and Emplotmttl Am nn and In'. 'In,.i Office
RTAl'D &��� BESNER, Proprietors
* Sfv Kn-.x Botal la run on the European
E HnHlaai lap lea, All tho Lateat Modern
Pj"*MM* ���:-:��� BEDS 60c DP
Agent is getting all kinds of mod,
strong laboring men suitable for:
Fish Canneries, Saw Mills, Railroads,
Skidding Road*, Mining Ore Sorters,
Coal Mining, Laborers, Earming, Giirtl-
ening, Land and Lol Clearers, Logging,
Wood Catting, Packets for Prospecting
Parties, Etc., Etc.
Firsl Class Conks and Dish Washrrs for:
Hotels, Restaurants, Private Families, Boarding Houses, Steamships.
Mining ("amps; and general House and
Office cleaning work. Ollice Boys, P.i 11
Boys, Waiters, Porters, and all sorts
of Short Job Workers, Etc., Etc.
When you need any of them to help
they are sure to give all satisfaction
ami no trouble to you at all.
Agents Office   -   7th Ave.
(Connected with Kin. Tai Ac Ca.)
P. O. Box 58 Phone 197 Black
Prince Rupert       -       B. C.
indsor Hotel
Newly iurniihed and
Steam Healed Rooms
j A HRST (| ass 11 AR   AND   DINING
Room is t dnnection
baths mn T0 CUE8T8
P.O. BOX 37
limber Cruisers   and Mining Engineers
Can Hire From The
Rover Boat House.
GOOD. RELIABLE^::     Nom> \_... gober und
ipetent n
LAUNCHES    l���om""t"M, !,lt'n
The Westholme Lumber Co,
Firat Avenue
Conference at Calgary is Making but
Little Progress to Effect a Settlement of the Ncw Miners' Wage
(Speciul to the Optimist)
Calgary, March 24. Today the op-
eratora in the Joins conference of miners
and operators offered the men an open
���hop nr failing- that arbitration. Bfoth
proposals were turned down, the miners
contending they wanted to settle their
own business and not have it done by
The operators asked the miners to
agree to k" en a conference taking up
the agreement, clause by clause, and
lasting aside such im could n')t be
decided upon, these clauses to be later
on taken up ami settled by arbitration
composed o! two representatives of
each party, with the chief justice or a
i justice of the supreme court ils chairman.
While the board was sitting the mines
would  be operated  under the  present
agreement. .
The miners turned  this  proposition
down also.
$6,000 Taken from the Safe at Bank
of Ottawa Branch
(Special to the Optimist)
Saskatoon, March 28.    ll lias leaked
out that sometime between Saturady
closing and Monday opening, the safe
with a time clock attached was entered
at the Hank of Ottawa at KllUStinO and
$(>,0d0 extracted. The officials were
unable to open the bank on Monday
after the time lock ran down.
Manitoba Government to Approach
Federal Authorities
(Special to the Optimist)
Winnipeg,   Man.,   March   2\��� The
government will make another attempt
to secure a site fir the Osborne military
barracks fnnn ihe Dominion government
us the present site is required for the
I new parliament Imildiiins.   *** committee
will go to lilt awa for lhat purpose.
We are in a position to save you
money on all classes antl  grades
of  Building   Material.     A  complete stock of the following materials always on hand:    :    :    :
Tacoma Hardwall   Platter,   Clay   Owen
Fire Brick, Common Red Brick, Buffed
Pressed Brick (any tint). Lumber of all
Descriptions, Lath,  Shingle., 'Sa.h   and
Door., Cement, Lime, Sand Gravel,  The
Best   Domestic   Coal   on   the   Market.
We conduct a General Transfer antl
Storage Business. Our prices are
right and we guarantee satisfaction. All material handled are of
Transfers Storage Co. Ltd.
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., D. I). S.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All ilrnlal n|.rratli>iis skilfully itvaliil. tins and
l��v .1 annstlii-lit-s admiitlsti-ri-d ror tha painWiMi ox-
traction ,,f lii-tli. Consultation fni>. Oftlcaa! 19
and 2ti Alder Hlock. I'rinco Rupart ii-12
P. O. Box 436 - Office 3rd and Fulton
G. T. P. Tran.fer Agent.
Order, promptly filli-d.   I'nce. reasonable.
OFFICE-11. II. Itochester. Centre SU    I'hone ��*.
Fruit   :   Produce   :   Feed
H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave.
Alex.M.Mnii-..ii.n.A.      W.KW llliiiins.n A .l.l.p.
Banisters, Solicitors, etc.
Box 2X5
Prince Rupert, B.C.
P. o. uox 2:1
I'lllNCK Ill'I'KItT
niru. nr km. iiixiiN. *-���*��.. a.h.a.m . i on., hug.
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND AVE.
P.O. uox iiio
Plumbing   :  Steamfitting
Telephone 186
Third Ave., betwam Till and "III Sts.
Over IH'. ��al.'.v I'lllNCK ItUI'KUT.  H.C
"nu B��|S, ck,an wllHe Shfietg 25c
Rooms 50c
.Mb?ur  1,,u";��i  in  connection
*" Mndi of positions
funi��h<'il  FREE
Little's NEWS Agency
Magazines :: Periodicals :: Newspapers
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO.  63
Meets in Ihe Helgerson Hlock
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members of  the order in the city
ore requested to visit the lodge.
II. MORTON, Secretary.
First A. ������
N...  M|l,��lr
I   ,     ' <;<>ODMAN, P,op,|.,.r
ftioit 178, Prince R        ,  BC>
Work performed by experts only.
A first class job is guaranteed in
every instance.
A large stock of Chandeliers and
Fittings carried.
H. W. Blakely - Electrican
Third Ave.       *       "      NeBrS,X,h
To th,.-.. ili-itini.' a .-li.-ai-.-r fuel wc
To Lease
Forwarding,   Distributing  and
Shipping  Agents.
BtOTBga nf Baggage and House-
Imlil Qoodl a Specialty.
fTrr tin* !��(*M*pniiHf�� ��'
|    $7.50 per ton, Delivered
J Ladysmilh Coal
_ Premium Hameand Bacon with
bwlU   Cowichan Eggs 86c, at
.1. w. Williams -: ��-">'"���
18, M
18, M
8,   l
17, IH
1,   2
7,   8
1, 2, :i
Douglas Sutherland, Mgr.
P. O. Box 907           Phone 262
Second Ave.. Prince Rupert, B.C.
E.   EBY   Cd,   Co.-==
Kitsumkahim Land Kor Sale
KITHllMKAl.l'M ��� B. C. in il    P K 1 w t n    i\ u r a iv
Quaan charlotte [standi Land Dlitrict���DUtriet t
Take nutice that L John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupution broUer, intend to upply for permission
to prospect for coul and petroleum on ilu- (ollowing
described lunds:
Commencing ul a post plantad about three miles
north und one mila west of tbe moulh of the ll-el
Hiver nnd marked J. McL.. S. K. Corner, No. 25,
thenee north BO clminn, thenw west 80 chains.
thence nouth 80 chuina, Ihence eunt 80 chains to
point of commeneement; containing 640 ncres.
more or less.
Dnted Feb. 20, 1011. JOHN McLKOD
Pub, Fob. '28. Clurence McDowell. Auent
Queen Charlotte Islunds Und District���District ol
Take notice thut I, Joh McLeod of Vancouver,
occupution broker, intend to apply for permission
to prospect for cuul and pelroleum on the following
deacrihed landa:
Commencing at u pust plantad ubout four miles
north und three miles west of the mouth of the
Tl-el Hiver and marked J. McL., N. K. Corner.
No. Gli thenoa south 80 chains, ihence WMt 80
chuins thence north 80 chains, thence eust 80
chains to point of commencement; contuining GIO
acres, more or les.
Dutod Fob.26, Hill. JOHN  McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 28. Clarence McDowell, Agent
Queen Chnrlotte Islands Lund District���District of
Take notice that 1. John McUod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply fur permissiun
to prapeet for coatand petroleum on tba lulluwing
described Innda:
Commencing ut a post plantetl nbout four miles l
nurth und tOTM miles west of ihe mouth of the |
Tl-el Hiver und marked J. McL., S. K. Corner ,
No. BB, tbence nortli 80 chuins, thence WHt80 '
chaina, thence south 80 cluun��, thence aaat BQ
chains to point ul commencement; contuining 640 j
ucres, more or ]tm*
Datad Feb. 26, 1811, JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Feb. 28. Clurence McDowell, Auent
Queen Churlotie Islands Und District��� District uf
Take notice that I, John McLeod of Vancouver, i
occupation bruker, intend to npply (or permission :
to proapMt tor coul and petroleum on the following
daacribad lund:
Commencing at a post planted about tw.i miles
north ol tb ��� mouth ol the Tl-el Hiver nnd marked
J. McL., S. K. Corner, No. 3, thence north 80:
chains, thence weat 80 chains, thence aouth 80
chains, thence eust 80 ehainn to point ol commencement; containing 640 ucres. more or leas.
Dttad Fab. 86,1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Feb. 27. T. B. Waller. Agent
Queen Churlotte Islands Land District���District nl
Take notice that I, John McLeod ot Vnncouver,
occupation broker. Intend to upply lor permission
to prospect lur cual und petruleum on the lulluwing
dcscirlH>d lund:
Commencing at a post plnnted ulwut two miles
north ol the mouth ol the T!-el r ver un markisl
J. McL., S. \V. Corner, No. 4, thenco north 80
chuins, thence easl 80 chnina thanee aoulh 80
chnins. ther.ce wmt 80 chains to point ol com
mencement; containing 640 ucres, more or le����.
Dated Feb. 25, 1011. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb 27. T. K. Walter. Agent
Queen'Charlotte Islands Und District��� Dislrici
Take notice that I, John McLeoil of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for pcrmbotion
to propped fur cual aud petroleum on tbe following
described land:
Commencing a a post planteil about two milos
north und two miles west ot tho mout of the
Tl-tl Hiver and marked J. McL., N. W'. turner,
No. 27, thence south 80 chains, thence cast 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence west ho
chains to point of commencement; containing GI0
acres, more or less
Dated Feb. 26, Ult 1* __       JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 27. mX K. W alter. Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Und District���District ot
Take notice that I. John McU-od of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend lo apply tor permission
to prosjiect for coal and petroleum on the following
lifMTil I'll lands:
Commencing at a post planted about two miles
north and two m.U-B ****���., of thc moulh of Tl-cl
Hiver and marked J. Mci... S. W. Corner, No. 26
thenn> north 80 chains, tbence cost 80 chains,
thence south o chains, tbence west 80 chainn to
pour it af commencement; containing 640 acres,
more or lew.
Dated Feb 25,1011 JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 27. 2       T. K. Walter. Agent
Queen Charlolte Inlands Und District- District of
Take notice that I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupution broker, intend to apply fur permimion
to prospect fur coal and petroleum on the following
deacribed land:
Commencing at a post planted alwut two milos
north and two milos MM of the mouth ol ihe
Tirol Hiver and mnrk..I J McL. N. W. Corner.
No. 51, Ihence aouth SO chains, thencc weat 80
chalks, thenc- north 80 chains, thenee east 80
chains to point ol comtnencem< nt containing
G-lu acree, moro or leas.
Dated Feb. 25, 1911. fJOHN  McLF.OD
Pub. Feb. 27. T. K. Waller, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Und District���District of
Take notice that I, John McUod af Vancouver
occupat ion broker. Inland to apply for permission
to j ri-1. ri (or coal and |K>troleum on the following
described land:
Commencing at a post planted nlxiut two mitra
north and two miles west of the muuth of the
Tl-el Hiver und marked J. McL., S. K. Corner.
No. 62, tbence north 80 chaini, thenci' west 80
chains, thence south hu chains, thence east 80
chains to (mint of commencement; containing 640
acres, mora or less.
Dated Feb. 25  11(11. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feh. 27. T. B, Walter, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Und District���District o|
Take notice that 1, John ItflLeod ��' Vancouver,
occupation broker, Intend to app y for pcrmiwion
to prospeet for coal and petroleum on the following
He��� eni>MI land:
Commencing at n post planted alwut three miles
west and two miles north of the mouth of the
Tl-cl Hiver and murked J McL. S. K. Corner. No.
67 thence north 80 cbains, thence west 80 chains,
thencc sout: BQ chains, thenco east 80 chains to
point of commencement; containing 640 acrea,
more or less.
Dated Feb. 25, 1911. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Fob. 27. T.*R. Walter, Agent
Queen Char'otte'Islatids LmdlDlatrict��� District o
Take notice thnt I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for permission
to prospect for coal antl petroleum en the following
< escril>cd land:
Commencing Bt a poBt planted about eight miles
south and two west of tne mouth of Tl-el Kiver
and marked .). McL., N. W. Corner, No. 40, thencc
���outh 80 chains thence oagt 80 chains, thence north
80 chains, thence went BO chains to point of comme: cement; contniningT6ln acres, more or leas.
Dated Feb. 24. 1911. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 27. C. McDowell. Agenl '
Queen Charloltotlilandi Land Diatrict -District of
Tuke notice thut 1, Jnhn McLeod ot Vancouver
occuputiun broker, intend lo apply lor permission
to prospect lor coul and petroleum on the (ollowing
described lands:
Commencing at a posl planteil ubout two miles
south und two milea WMt of ihu moulh of the
Tl-el Hiver and marked J. Mc.L. N. K, Corner,
No. 72, thenco aouth 80 chnins, thence west 80
chains, thenee north 80 chuins, thencc eaat 80
chaina to point of commoncement; containing
G10 acres, more or less.
Dated Feb. 22, 1911. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 24. Clarenco McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte lalanda Land District���Diatrict ol
Tuke notice thut I, John McUod ol Vancouvor,
occupation brokor, intend tu npply for permission
to  prospect tor coul and petroleum on the tollowing
deecribed lands:
Commencing ut u post plunted about two milea
south and two miles weat uf the mouth of the
Tl'el Hiver uml marked J. Mc.L. S. B. Corner,
No. 48, tbence north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence south 80 chuina, thence eust 80
chaina to point of commencement: containing GIO
acres, more or leas.
Datod Fob. 22, 1911 JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Fob. 24. Leatk K. Walter, Agent
Queen Charlotto Islands Und District���Diatrict of
Tuke notice that 1, John McUod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for iiermission
to prospect for coul und petroleum on the fullowing
descrila'd lunds:
Commencing ut u post plantetl nbout two miles
aouth anil two miles west uf the muuth uf thc
Tl-cl Kiver und markeil J. Mc.L. N. B. Corner,
No. 47, thenn* south 80 chuins, thence west 80
chuins, thence north 80 ehuins thence east 80
chnins to point of commencement; contuining GIO
MM. more or leas.
Dated Feb 28,1011, *OHN McLKOD
I'ub. Feb. 24 Clarence McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islunds Land District���District of
Tako notico that 1, Juhn McLeod of Vancouver,
occupution broker, intend to apply fur iiermission
to prosjH-ci for eoal and petruleum on the fulluwing
described landa:
Commencing ut u posl plant ed about two
miles soutli und two miles west of the mouth of
the Tl-el Hiver, (indium lslutul, und murked
J. Mc.L. N. W. Corner, No. 34, thenn- south 80
chuins, thence east 80 ehaina, Ihence north 80
chnins, thence wwt 80 chuins tu point of commencement; containing 64o ucrea, morv or less.
Dated Feb. 22, 1911. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. F'eb. 24. Clarence McDowell, Agenl
Queen Charlotto Islands Und District���District of
Take notice that I, John Mel rod of Vancouver
occupatiun bruker, intend lu apply fur permission
to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following
described lands:
Commencing at a jkmI planted at>oul two miles
south and two miles west of the mouth of tho Tl-cl
Kiver und marked J. McL, S. W. Corner, No. 33,
thonco north 80 chains, thencv cast 80 chains,
thrnee south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains to
point of commencement; containing 610 acres,
mon- or {tm*
Dated Feb. 22, 1911. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 24. Clarence McDowell. Agent
Queen Charlottv Islands Und District -District of
Take notice that I, John McUod ot Vancouver
occupation broker, intend to upply for permission
to pros|iect for coul und petroleum on thc (ollowing
described lunds:
Commencing at a post planted about two miles
south uf the Tl-el Hiver and marked John McL.
N. i:. Corner, No. 32, thencv south 80 chains,
thencv weal 80 chains, thence north 80 chains,
thencc east 80 chains to point of commencement;
containing 640 acre*, more or leaa.
Dated Feb 22, 1911. JOHN McLKUD
I*ub. Feb. 24. Lealie K. Walter, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Und District    District of
Take notice that I, Juhn McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for |>ormiwion
to prospect for coal and petroleum on the lollowing
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted abtut two milt*
south of tho moulh of thv Tl-cl Hiver and markisl
J. McL S. E. Corner, No. 31, ihence weat 80
chains, thenn* north 80 chaina, thvnce east 80
chains, thonce south 80 chalna to point of commencement; containing G40 acres, mon* or loss.
Datvd Feb. 22, 1911. JOHN McLKOD
I'ub. Feb. 24. Leslie K. Walter, Agvnt
Queen Charlotte Islands Und District-District of
Sko m
Take notice thnt I, Join McU d of Va�� couver,
occuiiation broker, intend o apply for permission
lo pros|M-ct for e ol and |>atrolciim on the fullowing
di' .Til'i I lands:
Commencing at a p st planted about four miles
aouth and two miUw west of the mouth of tho
Tl-vl Hiver and marked J. McL. N. K. Corner,
No. 45, thence outh 80 chains, thencv wvat 80
chains, ihence norlh 8o chains, thenco cast 80
chains to poi t of commencement; ontalning 640
acres, morv or leas.
Datcl. Feb. 23. 1911. JOHN M'LKOD
Fub  hob. 26. Clarance McDowell, Agent
Quoen Charlotle Islands Und District���District ol
Sk ena
Tako noticv that I, John McLeod of Vancmner,
nccuputio broker, intend to appl lor iierm.aaion
to prfMjivct for coal and petroleum on Ihe following
.!���  < r b d lands:
Commuiidng at a pmt planteil lour ml'os south
and tw., we-t ol Mn m. uth m t e Tl-el Kitrr and
marked J. Mi L. s. K. Corner No. 46, thencc n* rth
8" ehaina, thenc.- west 80 chains, the cv south 80
c am-, t enev ant BO chai t poinl of c��m*
meniement; rontaining 640 acres, more ur If *
Dat.-l Feb. '.:3, 1911. JOHN   M  l.l.nD
Pub. Feb. 26. Clarance McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotta Islands Und District���District of
Tuke noticv thai I, John McLeod ol Vancouver,
ncrupation broker, intend to apply lor pormi<winn
to p ospect for c al and petroleum on th. following
des rlbed lands:
Commi ncing ut n post planted about f ur miles
south and iwo BUM wet uf the motifh of the
Tl-vl kiver and market) J. McL. N. W. ('orner.
No. 36, thvnw* south 80 chaim, thenci' e st 8li
chain*, thencc north 8 chain;', Ihencv w��*.i 80
bains to point jn commencenvnt; containing 610
acres, more or less.
Dated Feb. 23, 1911. JOHN M'LKOD
Pub. Fvb. 25. Clarunce McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotto Islands Und District���District of
Tnke notice thnt I, John McL ml of Van ouvcr,
occupation broker, intend to apply for perm iss on
to pro-pect or coal a d petroleum on >b�� following
d scribed lands:
CommencinK at a p st plant d abn tfo millionth and two miloi wet of th I mouth I the
Tl-cl Hiver antl marked J. M L. . W. Corner
No. 36, thence north *0 chains, thenc coat 80
chnins, thence sout 0 chains, the ce West 80
chnina o p int of commn cem?r.t: nfainlng 640
n rafl, more or |cs\
Dnted Fab, 28, lttL JOHN M'LKOD
I'ub. F'eb. 25. C lit   Q MrDo.-.ell, Agent
Queen Chariot e Mandi Und DUtriet��� Ditriotol
Ske>  I
Tuko notice thai 1, John McLeod of Vancouver
occupation broker, intend to apply for permission
to pro peel (ir co .1 und pe.roleum on tho following
describe l lands:
Commend g nt a post planted ubout six miloa
south and two miles west of the mouth of ihe
Tl-el kiver and marked J. McL. N K. Corner
No. 43 thene south 80 chuina, Ihencv west 80
c ains, thenee north 80 chaina, then v vast 80
chuins to pnint of commencement; con'oining 640
ICfMi more or I ens.
Dated Feb 28,1911. JOHN  M'LKOD
Pub. Feb. 25, Claronco McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Lund District���District of
Take notice thut I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation br ker, intend to apply for permission
to prospect fur coal and petruleum on thv following
described land:
Commencing ut a post plunted ahout six milea
south und two miles areat of the Tl-vl kiver und
murked J, McL. S. E. Corner, No. 44, thence
north 80 chums, thencc west 80 I hains, thencc south
SO ehaina. thence vast 80 chuins to point of com-
encemeni; contuininu 610 ucres, more or less.
Dated Feh.23, 1911 JOHN  M'LKOD
Pub. Feb. 25. Clarunce McDowell, Agenl
Queen Charlotte Islands Und District ���Diatrict of
Tuke notiw* that 1, John Mcl*wd .of Vuncouver,
occupulion broker, intend to upply or permiasion
to pros|>cct for eoul und petroleum on the following
described lunds:
Commencing ut u post planted nbout six miles
south und two west uf the mouth of the Tie
kiver und marked J. McL. N. W. Cornvr, No. 38,
thenci' south 80 chuins, thenci' viwt 80 ehuinsl
thenw north 80 chuins, thenci' weat 80 chuins lo
point of commencement; containing 610 acres,
more nr less.
Dnted Feb. 23. 1911. JOHN M'LBOD
Pub. Feb. 25. Clarunce McDowell, Agent
Quwn Churlotto Islands Und DUtrict-District of
Take notiw that 1, John McUhI of Vnncouver,
occupulion broker, intend to apply for iiermission
to prospect for cuul und petroleum on thc tollowing
described land:
Commencing at a post planteil ubout six mllea
south and two miles west of the mouth of the
Tl-cl kiver ami murked J. McL. S. W. Corner
No. 37 thenw north so chains, thencc vast 80
chains, thenw smith 80 chains, thenw west 80
chains to point of commenwment;  containing 640
eefee,fmore or bits.
Datad Feb. 23. mu. john m'lkod
Pub. F'eb. 26. Claranw McDowell, Agent
Queon Churlotte Islands Lund District���Dlstirct of
Take notice that I, Juhn Mcleod of Vanwuver,
occupatinn broker, intend lo npply for permission
to prospect for cuul und {H'troleum on he fullowing
descrilied lands:
Commeneing at a post planteil almut six milos
south and thrw mfiae MR ot the mouth ot tho
Tl-vl kiver and murkeil J. MeL. N. E. Corner,
No. 76, thenw south 80 chains, thenco weat 80
chains, thenw north 80 chains, thenw east 80
chains to point of commenwment; containing
ti lu ncres, mon1 or less.
Dated Feh.23. 1911. JOHN M'LKOD
Puh. F'eb. 25. Claranw McDowell, Agvnt
Queen Charlotte Islands Und D strict���District of
Take notiw that I, John McLeod of Vanwuver,
owupation broker, intend to opply tor permission
to prasjH'et for coal and petroleum on the following
descrilied lands:
Commencing at a post planted sit miles south
and three mme enat of the mouth of tho TM
kiver and markeil J. McL, S. E. Corner, No. 75,
thenw north 80 chains, thenw west 80 chaino,
thenw south 80 chains, thenw east 80 chains to
point of wmmenwmcnt; wntainlng 640 acrea.
more or less.
Dated Feb. 23, 1911. JOHN M'LEOD
Pub. Feb. 25. Clarnw McDowell, Agent
Queen CharlotU* Islands Und Dutrict���DUtrlci of
Tako notiw that 1, John McUod of Vanwuver
occupation broker, intend to apply for permisaion
to prospwt for coal and lietroleum on the (ollowing
described land:
Commencing at a post planted eight miles south
and two wost of tho mouth of Tl-el Kiver and
murked J. McL., S. \V. Corner, No. 39, thenw
north 80 chains thenw east 80 chains, thenw
south 80 chains, thenw west 80 chains to point of
commenwment;   conuining Mo acres, mom or
Datld Feb. 24, 1911.
Pub. Feb. 27.
C. McDowell, Agont
Queen Charlotte Islands Und District���Diatrict of
Take notiw that I, John McU., 1 erf Vancouver,
occupation bmker, intend to apply fo perml&sion
lo prospect tor coal and pelroleum on thu following
described laud:
Commencing at a post planted eight miles aouth
and two we��t of thc mouth ot Tl-el Kiver and
marked J. Met*, N. W. Corner, No. 41, thenw
south 80 chains, thenw wi��t 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thenci* east 80 chalna to point
of wmmenwmenl;   containing 610 acren, mom or
Dat im) Feb 24, 1011.
Pub. Feb. 27.
C, McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Und District���District of
lake notiw that I, John UoLeod ot Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend tn apply for permimion
lo prospect lor coal and putroknim on tho tollowing
descrilied land:
Commencing at a post planted eight miles south
and twp west of tbe mouth of the Tl-cl Kiver and
market! J. McL., H. K. 0 rncr No. 42, ihcnw
north 80 chains, ihenw went 80 chains, Ihenw
south 80 chains, thvnce vast 80 chains to point
ol eommencemenl; containing 640 acres, mon> or
DatiilI F.b. 24, l'Jll. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Mi. 27. C. McDowell, Agent
Qui on Charlotle Islands Und Distriet���District of
lake notiw that I, John McUod ot Vanwuver
occupation.broker, intend to apply for permission
to prospect for coal and petroleum on tho following
descrihed land:
Commencing at a post planted about, eight
milea south and lour west ol thc mouth ol TM
Itiver and marked J. McL., S. W. Corner, No. 77,
thenw north 80 chains, thenw east 80 chains'
t enw south 80 chains, thenw west 80 chains to
point nl commenwment; wntaining 640 acres
more or less.
Dated Feb. 21, 1 ll. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Feb. 27. C. McDowell, Agent
Quwn Charlotto Islands Und District���District of
Take notico that I, John McUkI ol Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply ;or permission
to proapeet lor wal and petroleum on tho lolluwing
descrilied land:
Commeneing at a post planteil about eight mile*
south and four west nf tho mouth ot Tl-el Kiver
and markeil J McL., N. W. Corner, No 78, thencc
��outh so chains, thencv east 80 chains, thence
north MO chains, thenw w-st 80 chains to pot-it of
pommenoemeflt! containing 640 acrw, moro or
l>atedFel,.2|,l'ill. j0���N M(!LF;0D
"*1 1>. 2..1 .    McDowell, Agent'
Water Notice
Notice is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V, of
the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
license in the Skoena Division, of
Skeena District.
(a) The name, address and occupation
of the applicant is S. R. McClinton,
Estate agent, Vancouver, B.C.
(If for mining purposes)   Free  Miner's certificate No	
(b) The name of the lake, stream or
source (if unnamed the description
is) Kitsumkalum River.
(c) The point of diversion is near the
intersection of the east boundary of
lot 1405.
(tl) The quantity of water applied for
(in cubic feet per second) is 140.
(e) The character of the proposed
works is a general plant for the production of heat, light and power, and
the manufacturing, of wood pulp,
lumbers and timbers generally.
(f) The premises on which the water
is to be used (describe same) Mill site
about 3-4 of a mile below intake;
wood, frame and concrete buildings
in addition to the masonry, dams,
Humes nnd penstocks necessary.
(g) The purposes for which the water
Qumii Chariott
Ttk. notica wi. i
occupation brokor, i nd lo ,',   ',    ���******,
to proipacl (or coul ur���| ,,,.,.,.1, ���  ''  ' ' I" "m-.w,
described landi!    ""'l",r,,l"��  i the lollop
Commoncing at
tho ThU Rlvar un
ff'JJOjBO, thanu.
HU chums, thonco north BO ehnl       i
chalna to point o! co,n,n,, -
acres, moro or losa,
Dutod Fob. 21, lull iniiv ., , ,
Kb.wb.aa. *___!    ��.-������t-t-Dt)
-mt* B. Walter, Am
a 'ilandi Lai I biatrial   i,
im uuth BO chain , tha'����h21
*��it I
1" so I
conulnlm Ml 1
Quwn Chorion,. Islands Land Dlitrl, , |
Bkeena -oikui
Tuko notice that I, John Mrl I ���i \...
occupution brokor, intend to :,.,,.,' ,���,'.  ". ['*���"��� ,
U. prospect (or coal und pctrolem,! u:! li,!���""   I
described lund;
Commoncing ut a po.t pjil |
''luvving I
1 al'out t��u mi|��� I
ninn iii.ni'     annlaia:...  ,*,.. "'   C0IQ*  |
mencement;  COBtrdniag 040 acrea. ni.,n- ur lau
8&d-2fb&?liU,��  ,.,._   .mm
Pub. Feb. 23.
Clarence UcUonU,af
Quoen Churlotto Islands Und Di trlel - I
, Bkeena
Take notice that I. John MeL ! ol Vuncouw
occupation broker, inten.l to applv (.��� wn35
to prospoct lor coul and potroleum on tht !���:i���,Z
described lands: ���n I
CommencinK nl u post pUnted ibow t��o mila, I
*o��t ot the mouth ���( the Tl-ol River ud m���W
J.   McL. N. !���.. Corner, No ., 1
is to be used   is   nower iWelnnmrmt   ! <=*>�����!����. tl.ono�� w.-st f..>
is iu ut. Usui   is   power Development,   chains,  thence oust Ml chain- ti. point ���[ (j,.
(h)    If for irrigation, describe the land R��V!.t������1:.,f""!'!i,nil":'"' "
intended   to   be    irrigated,    giving
(i) If the water is to be used for power or mining purposes, describe the
place where tlie water is to be returned to some natural channel, and
the difference   in   altitude   between
mencement;   containing tile ten -
Dated Keb. 21, UU . UeLOED I
Pub. Feb. 23. Clarenw UcDonU, km
Queen Charlotle Islands Ijinl I ,
Tako notice thnt 1. John Mi I lol Var.eounr
occupution hroker, intend to appl : r i��Tmi��w��
to prospect lor conl und petti :��� . tin Mlmini
descrilM'd lunds' '
,    McL. s. K. Cwnr. I
No    1, thenco north mi cnal .   .��� .,���; ** I
chalna,  thenco nouth  M' i-...,;i      ��� .  ,. ,.,.; |
chaina  to  point ol   oomroenei '   coiniiniM 1
610 acres, moro or leas.
Dated Feb. 21, lilll. JOHN MeLEOD
Puh. Keb. 2.1. Clarann   ; D   ��� ,AMJ
Mint of diversion and point of return. | ttfrES W^aMfa?"* Mh*
Tower plant about 3-4 of a mile down
stream from the intake.     Difference
in altitude SO feet,
(j)   Area of Crown land intended to be
occupied  by  the  proposed  works is
100 acres,
(k)   This notice was posted on the 6th
day of March, 1911,   and   application
will be made to the Commissioner on | occupation broker, Intand ��� ..'raiuS
the 25th day of April, 1911. SfiSS^l&t    '""'' '*" *
(I)   (.live the names and addresses of.    Commencinu at . po t ; in at*
any riparian proprietors or licensees j ft* ��*���� -Jyj $ ^
who or whose lands are likely  to  be  No. 17. thenw smith so i
affe.'ted bv the proposed works.either  chains, thonco north N . nratl
���    ' ������' ������ ��� .:".insSII
DI ;ri.n��!
,'uoen Charlotte Islands I.e. i i.
.sko- na
Tako notico thnt I, Joh-. Mel        ' Vanmr,
above or below the outlet.    None.
James Cross, Agent.
P.O. Box 285, Prince Rupert, B.C.
Note���One cubic foot per second  is
equivalent to S5.71 miner 8 inches.
Pub. March 16. 1911.
Water Notice
Notice is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V. of
the " Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
license in the Queen Charlotte Division
of Skeena District.
(a) The name, address and occupation
of the applicant is George Young,
Victoria, B.C.
(If for mining purposes)   Free  Miner's Certificate No	
(b) The name of the lake, stream or
source (if unnamed, the description
is) Ain Lake and Ain River.
(c) The point of diversion at or near
Ain Lake.
(d) The quantity of water applied for
(in cubic feet per second) 1000.
(e) The character of the proposed
works, dam, Hume, pipe-line, power
engines, plant, etc.
(f) The premises on which the water
is to be used (describe same) at or
near mouth Ain Rivcr.Masset Inlet.
(g) The purposes for which the water
is to be used is for power development and mill operations.
(h) If for irrigation, describe the
land to be irrigated, giving acreage,
(i) If the water is to be used for power or mining purposes, describe tlie
place where the water is to be returned to some natural channel, and
the difference in altitude between the
point of diversion and point of return.
At or near mouth of Ain River.about
150 feet below lake level.
(j) Area of Crown land intended to be
occupied by the proposed works	
(k) This notice was posted on the
lirst day of March, 1911, and application will be made to the Commissioner
on the fifth day of April, 1911.
(1) Give the names and addresses of
any riparian proprietors or licensees
who or whose lands are likely to be
affected by the proposed works.either
above or below the outlet. None.
H. Edenshaw, Agent
P.O. Box 285, Prince Rupert, B.C.
NOTE���One cubic foot per  second  is
equivalent to 35.71 miner's inches.
Pub. March 16. 1911.
chains to point of con.ii, ���.
acros, more or leas.
Dated Feb.U, MIL J.'IIN McLlOD
I'ub. Feb.28. Clan no McD      . IM
Queen Charlotte lalands Land DI Iriet ��� Di-trittol |
Take notico that I. John Mcl^,d of Vancouver
occupation broker, intend t.< m
to prospect for coal and prtroaaum on the folloaini
described lands;
CommencinR nt a post plant-.1 tan miles tn*
of tho moulh of the Tl-el Hi\.r ind mirtei! J
MeL. S. W. Comer, No. 28, them r.onh M
chains, thenco eust ho chai. thaw Muth M
chains, thenco woat ho chair I , i">mt ol commencement: eonlaining t.i" aoa I "r.-urk��.
Dated Fob. 21, lilll. Jl 'IIS MtLEtiD
Pub. Feb.23. Clarence Mellomell,Apat
Queen Charlotto Inlands Lu I III IrW -Dattbl *t
Take notico thot I, Joh . M ol Wr.ewnr,
occupation broker, intend ��� ���������������*'
lo prospect for coal and p-: '���> o" IM tmltirrixt
descrilied landn:
CommencinK at a poal I ���' - >:: (ourmM
north and ono ndlo east of the ' "' i^,11!
lllver and markeil J. McL., S. E. Corntr, __**
thencc north HO ehains, thence     *��,;
thenee south  ��n chains,  thot '" ���,1��
point ot commencement;   eontahnni M. ***.
more or lets . . ... ,t,Aft
Datod Keb. 26, 1911. l'U-___ I
Pub. Fob.28. ClaioocMcD      .*������
Queen Charlolle lalands Und Dbtrlel -Dil**l
Skeen :i
Take notlcc that I, John M pi   -*��*-���>**���
occupalion broker, Intend t. J
to proapect lor coal and i. i r, '
deacribed landa: ,       ... _*.
Commencinu al u poat planti " <_<"JJ
north and one mile eau nt tl "' "" ���'J
Hiver and markeil J. McL. N   i   '
thence aouth HO chai'
thenco north BO chain , that
point of commonccini'1.1
moro or loan. vi-tiOD
Dated Feb. 26. 1911. '
I'ub. Keb. 28.                  I ****
M. dab.
.i rl ur." w
(10 �������
Queen Charlolle Inlandn I. D "���
Take notice that I, lol
occuiiation broker, Intend
to pron|iect for coal and i <
described landn:
���. u cun*.
,, ��� |..rmi����n
Commoncinjr at a post plan]     :'   ""Jj*,! tM
south and two mili^i ***** ���
Tl-el lllver and markisl   J   Md
No. 74, thence nouth: 0 i
chains, thonco nort hi 0  ebaina,
chains to point nl commend
acres, moro or less.
Datod Keh. 22, 1911. ul'ftaeSLaPtl
Puh. Fcb.24. CUtWW M��O0WU.aa���
imt i '*
. ,nv MclXon
Coast Land District-Distriiinf^J
Take notice that I, Paul i'"""1'
Porcher Island,  occupation ia
armer, in-
tend'to apply"for"permlMior, to'��*
the following forcjh..re: ;���..!�� �����J
at u post planted about U i." "relocation post of lot 1W1otPo��H,
land, thence in a BOUtheriy a"
following high wut.-r m.ui-k -I e
thence west to low WBtei m.n^ ' k
northerly following low warei
1200 feet; thencc east to point
mencement.       pAm BRENDLgR
Dated March 7, 1911.
First insertion March u
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers, Prince Rupert and Stewart, B.C.
Agent, for Stewart Land Company,  Limited
��� rtiC utoUalatand  Land Diatrict���Diatrict ot
TiH notir- that I, John McLood ot  Vancouver
Mtii nn broker, Intand to appl lor permission
tpnia��. ortoal md potroleum o.i thi- lollowing
'ftra.ncl'nK ��i   11  P����t  Bjtartjd   .bout  oishl
____m__ ad (out W.5H- ol tho mouth ol thu
|-.*i ,. v,.r a .1 iniirki-d J. McL.. S   E. Corner,
i��� '.;.' -|������:, ��� ..nil 80 chaiiia, thoic ��� Weat tit'
jaim'thi-iKo south 80 chalna, thence eaat SO
(iii. ������.. ii..i i "I nunmoncoment;  containin,   40
ZtLSi J0"N McU-ob
"fib 57 0. McDowell. Aseul
jiwr.Ctiirliiiii' lalanda Land Diatrict���Dl.tr let ot
Tiltlotlea that I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
ttuiaiioa bnkar, intend to apply tor pormiaaion
ipWfetl lor coal. nd petroleum on the lollowii.g
��riM li-.d , ..
Canada! a- a post planted about t wo mile.
m. Irom the mouth ol the Tl-el River and
utW J Mel.. N. I Corner. No. 2. thenee
milk H chains, thi-nce weat 8 chain., thonce
��ik !(! chains, thencc i-aat 80 cha na to point
I IWHiainimtnt!   containinR  640 acrea   mon'
bi'riFeli.25.1911.7! JOHN MeLEOD
Tub ftb 27. T. B. Walter. Agent
Sltsen.1 Land District-District of Cassiar
I Tiken-itui- that 1 Joseph Belway of Vancouver
f��.ta ipatjon proapaetor, intend, to apply for
km to iiurchase the followinK deacribod
��� Wnmrorinn nt a post planted two and one-half
[ j-lrrly direction from tho point on
uiRim wliere the Ijiva Lake trail beirins.
Benrs ant -o chains, thence aouth 80 chains,
Vr.r.n,t BQ rhains, thencc north HO chains t��-
Wnt of c.ininencemont, containinK M0   acres
��� ''���' ���! ::
i.Vir. lu
Skwna Land Di.trict-District of Caaalnr
1- ������ ihat I Arthur Jnmes Welsh of Vnn-
fcm...-.'uiiation bniker, intends to npply for
It to purchase the fullowinir tleacribcil
[ j      l u-inir at n post plnnted three and cne-
ilr. .. in an easterly direction from the point
��� r where the L.ivu Lake trail commit, ti.-ai the trail, thenoe east eiirhty chains,
n chalna,   thence   weat  80 chain.,
I >��� ii'-rth BO chains to iioint of commencement
wuinma '.Vi ncres moro nr leaa.
����� f,-li. a, l'.ill       ARTHUR JAMES WELCH
���- Bar. Hi Joseph Ikdway, Airent
SWn.i Land I listrlct- Diatrict of Caaaiar
rtutn.ti ���,-ihat I Andrew Cummin*, of Van
__*"_*.. B.C. ocenpatloB cook, Intend, to applv
[��P.rmi m,,i, io purchase the folluwlnK described lan<|.:
1 tMnnn-nrina at . post plantod three and ont-
Fii. a.iW, in an easterly direction from the point
P i��s> llivor �� here the Lava Lake trail beuii.t.
I, . ""fill, thence west KO chair., thence south
E"��">��."i.i, .��� east80chain., thence north 80
mm     ���***at commencement, containinK 'Hit
f��h ,Kar. 10,
Joaeph Uelway, Asent
I -A~'t Uad District-Diatrict of Caasiar
i hi*Mir,. ih���i | n,ll{h D mn,, of prtnoa Ku-
T> '""Mi ii Inls.rer, intenda to apply for
����*���*��� I'irchase the followinK deacrlU^l
.fflwn.in,. ���t , p,���t planteil three and one-
* s_l,I""""aaterly direction from the pnlnt
im"      !'r ��herc the Lava Lake trail   Ix-uina
Id li.."1, > ��� northerly direction from the
���akVm tr*"'  'hence north 80  chain..
t,,, '"" J .halm, thence aouth HO ch.lns,
Htiinm""'-.'" ',lllin* to point of commencement,
K*t��l��in��r,iii ae,
��"���^3 I'll I
Joseph Uelway, Agent
jfih"' "["trIct-Dlstrlct of Coaat Range 5
tk"lilin,l ' ' "���"������'In A. Tallander of Par-
W') I .i i,��r,'. " "���" '"'t'on ship master, Intend to ap-
���n���������.,;, JJJjjJ��� l0  lonse   the    followinK   da-
|l"'���btT,",'.l! .��� * bust nlanted at the N.W. cor-
Ith"1"* knth i nc*. *"" to low water m.rk,
r" w I.... ,?'"'"' low water mark 25 chain.
���'^���Ih-nw,, .H���, ���"t to S.W, corner of lot
lth"��'<li.rlvi . '"KhiKhw.ter mark (belnK
l*l*,,|.||���i, "'1r***** lot 1.102) 26 chain, more
|*'lfir<.,|,��� ' "' "'mmencement and containing
I kv'     n fr""t of lot 1.1112.
���r"h. Mar,), |.' IJ"-
..Whites Portland Cement...
Phone 125        Naden Block        2nd Ave.
Skeenn Lund Dialrici -District ol Const Range li
Tako notice thnt William Franklin t'arpcuu-r
ol Prince RiiiMTl, It. t\. occupation n-alauranl
keeper, intenda to apply lor permission to purchase
tho [ollowing described land :
('ommencing at a post planted nt tho south east
corner ol aurveyed l.ot 1712, thenco l-'o chuins
south, thonce ubout ll*. chains west to l,ot .''���'-.
thenco 20 chains north, thence Ifi chains wesl
thence ulaiut 2o chaina north to l.ot HUGS, thi-nc-
nboul 110 chuina cast to south east corner of l.ot
11068, thenee about It chains norlh lo l.ot I'll,
thence aliout BB chains ou.ni to point ol cominonei^
ment: cuntnining 180 ncres, tuore or leas.
Duted Pab. IB, lull.
I'ub. Mnrch I.
Bkaana l���tli District���District ol Coast Range 5
Tnke notice lhat Mury Marugri't liillis ol Victoria, 11. C, occupation hnusoktr|M-r. intends to
apply for iiermiasion to pun-lias.- the [oltoxsing
descrilHil lands:
(^ummeQcing at a post planted at the north eaat
corner ol Ixit :1987, thenee 20 chains west, thence
20 chaina south, tlience 20 chains west to T. 1..
32597, tlience ahout Hi) chuins north tu lakelse
itiver. thenee nii-andering suid river up sln-atn in
a Bouthcuaterly ilinTtion to Ijikelse Ijike. ihence
meandering said l.ku to point ol commencement
contnining   ldo .cnn, moni or less.
Poat m.rkisl M. II, (i., N. E. Cormr.
D.ted Keb. 14, l'.ill.
Puh. March I.
Skene Lnnd Diatrict���Disirict ol Const Hang 6
Take notice that llenjamin lttie��al Rice ol
Prince Rupert, H. C, occupation ���alter, intends
to npply lor permission to iiurcliut. lhe lull-ming
��� lecr.l ,��� 1 landa:
Commancing at u post planteil '15 chains aoutli
(rom the aouth east corner ol Lot :101')0, thence 70
ch.lns weal, thence fi5 eh.in. north, thenco 70
chains enat, thenco f>5 chains .outh lo point >.l
commencement; containing 155 ncrei, more or
less.   Post markeil II. R. It.. S. E. Cor.
Skeona Und District -District el Coast Range 6
Tako notice that David McUnnan nl 1 rince
Rupert, 11. C occupntion clerk. Intends to npply
tor iii-riin '������ ti to purchaae the following de-cnl��il
land.: ,,.__., ,u
Commencing at a post planted 10 chains sieilh
Irom the south west corner ol l.nt ''!'t, thenca to
ch.ins east, thenn- 10 chains north, thence 40
ch.ina went, thenc,- 10 chains aoulh to point ol
commencement; containing 100 ucres, more or
lesa. Poat marked D. M.. S. W.;for.
Dattsl Fob. U, l'Jll DAVID Mcl.l.NNAN
Puh. March 4.
Skeena Lnnd District -District of Coasl Itange 5
Tnke notice that Alosander lleatun of Vancouver, II. C, occupation cariK'ntor, Intenda to apply
for lairmlaalon to Iiurchase Ihu [ollowing dcaerilmd
Commoncing at a |hm plaatad 80 ch.ina south
Irom the south wont cornor of Lot 3or,r, I ott
markeil A. il��� N. W. Corner, thence 30 ch.ina
���outh, thonce 80 eh.in. eaal, tlience 30 chaina
north, then�� 80 ch.ln. weat to point ol commencement; containing MOasns. more or lew-
Dated Feb. 13, 1911. ALEXANDER I1EA1 ON
Pub. March 1
Skeena Und District-District of Coast Range 5
Tako notico that tieorge Uvlck of I'rinco Rupert
U. C, occupation .  Int nils to npiily  10
permiaaion  to  purchmo  the lollowing  desrlla-d
"c'nimcnclng nt n post pl.nted on "hero of
Ukelso Uke about 60 chains north east Irom nutlet
a? .aid lake (Ukelae Riven, thence 20 chains
north, thenco about (10 chnins east to _*_**
Uke, thence meandering said lake show in a waal-
arly dire-tlon to point ol commencame-il; containing 80 ncres, more.or les*   Post matked U. U
Puh. March 4.
Skeenn Und Dlst'lct-Distrlct ol Const BmI
Tnke notice thnt Angus llcnton o[ Prince Kupert.
B.C. occupation miner, Intend, to ���fflfeftEE
mission to purchaso tho following ilescrlla-d lands,
""commencii.), nt a po.1 _**_**. ��< * "Jg
eaat corner of Lot 39H7, Ihence 40 chains west,
thence 40 chains aouth, thence about B0 chains
St. Ukelse Lake, thence meanderingIIad lake
EHfetlfcT' '' ""'"aNOUS UEATDN
Pub. March 4.
#<^<W*fc*l^4|>^4l^��I^W***|��M****| ******** *****t~^A*-*m*mt^>
Th�� motorist emerged from liMu'iitli
the cur and siruKuletl for breath, His
helpful friend, holding the oil can
beamed upon him.
"I've just given the cylinder a thoi-
ough oiling, Dick, old man," suid the
helpful friend.
"Cylinder," suid the motorist, heatedly, "that wasn't the cylinder; il was my
'Sometimes a virtue cun bc exaggerated until it becomes a vice," said
the earnest adviser.
"1 see exactly what you're cumin' nl,"
replied Tarantula Tim. "Whereas four
aces is a blessin' an' greatly to be admired,  live  of  'em  kin  create  untold
Wife    Darling, I want a new gown.
Husband But. you had a new one
only a short time ago.
Wife Yes; but my friend Kllen is to
be married and 1 Can't wear the same
dress as I wore at her last wedding.
"They're both so accomplished musicians."
'That so?"
'Yes, when they're invited out no one
else ever gets u chance al thc piano."
Dashawuy Yuu huve splendid looking clothes, old man. Who is your
t'leverton -He's the first mun you
see as you go out.
A Compliment for Him
She wai eighteen and vety shy and
she never hatl been in thc cily before.
Theie was no one ut llroud street station lo meet her, und she looked ubout
timidly for u cub. Her mother bud
told her to tuke u hunscm. She did
not see uny hansom, nor did she know
ihat the "cubbies" wore u livery nil
their own. She did nol see u policeman either, so she approached a youth
who was standing on the oomer of
Fifteenth street with her baahful question.
"Please," she begun, "ure you u hun-
som man'.'"
The youth raised his bund und twirled
his mustache ingratiatingly, smiling
wilh deprecating assumption of modesty.
"I am so considered," he replied.
Seven Yeara Aro Jockey Butwcll wan
Carrying Telegraph "Dope" Now
U en Route to Russia to Ride for
Count LazorfT in Europe.
Toronto, March 84,���Jockey Butwell
who Mven yean ago ww a C. I*. U.
telegraph menengfer herr, Ian hurt night
with nto wlfo for Hamburg, where he
will enter on a aevm months' engagement to ride for fount Lacorff, the
largt'M racehorae owner In Ruaaia.
Hut well waa the most nieceeefui ruler at the Southern track, leading the
other hovs hy a good margin. He left
Jacksonville laM Monday for New
York. Where he stayed until Sunday
night, making arrangement* for the
departure to Russia.
lie  will   be  met   hy  I  represent alive
of Count Laaroff, who will see that the
diminutive jockey reached Si. IVtershurg
in >afety.
His contract calls for bU appwrance
in the Russian capital on April 16, and
from thai period until the racing season closer Butwell will be Kept buay,
as hll employer has ��U horses in training. Count LatrofTi trainer ipeaki
broken   BnglW)  *>  thai   Butweu  is
congratulating himself thai the situation
is no worse. ,
Butwell1! rise in his profession has
been rapid. After tiring of his joh as
u C. P. K. messenger he went to work
as an exercise hoy with Trainer John
Nixon.   This was in 1!��04.
Slowly hut surely ha worked his way
to the top of the ladder, uniil he Waa
riding in l!M)!t for James U. Ktene al
B princely salary. He had a narrow-
escape from being killed in a race last
year, but it had no affect on his work
when he returned to the saddle. He
is 84 years of age, and rides at 10b pounds.
Rev. \V. H. McLeod'l subject for
tomorrow eneing at the Haptist Church
will be "A Contrast in Character.
Service commences at 7.M. R��'f"'iir
morning service at 11 a.m. BWe
School and Brotherhood Haraca Bible
Class at 2.80 p.m. You are eordiallv
invited to worship with us. Church
situated at Sixth and Fraser streets.
Queon Charlotte Islands Uml District-Dintrict ol
Take notico that I, John UoL��od of Vancouver,
occupation hroker, intent) to apply for permiiwion
to proHpuct for coal and petroleum on the following
doncribed landa:
Commencing at a post plant**! ahout three milva '
weat of the mouth of the TM Kiver murked
J. McL. N. E. Corner, No. 70, thency south 80
chaina, thence wesl K0 chuins, thence north HO
chuins, thence enst KO cliuins to puint of commencement; containinu 840 ucreH, morv nr litis.
Dated Fob. 21, 1'Jll. JOHN MeLEOD
Tub. Feb. 23. Clarence McDowell, Agent
(Juocn Charlotte Islands Land District���District ot
Take notic* that I, John Mcl-eod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to upply for permismon
to prospect for coul and petroleum on the fnlluwing
described landa:
Commencing at u post planted three miles west
of the mouth of the Tl-el Kiver und murked J.
McL. S. K. Corner, No. 80( thenre north KO
chuinn, ihence weat K0 chains, thence Miuth KO
chuins, thenco east SO chuins to point of commencement; contuining 010 acres, more or less.
Duted Feb. 21. ML JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 23. Clarence McDowell, Agent
Quern Charlotte Islands Lund District���District of
Tuke notice that 1, John McI<eod of Vancouver,
occupulion broker, intend to upply for |>ennis*ion
to prosiwct for coul und petrolemn on the followinK
Commencing ut a post planteil nbout two miles
west of the mouth of the Tl-el Kiver and marked
J. Mrl,. S. Bi Corner, No. **(*, thence north 80
chuin.-s thence west K0 chains, thenre south 80
chains, thencc east 80 chains to point of com*
mencement; containing <���'��������� acre*, more ur lesa.
Dated Feb. 21. 19U. JOHN M'LKOD
Pub. Feb. 23. Clarence McDuwell, Agent
Queen Charlotte lslunds lj.nd District���District of
Take notice thut 1, Juhn Mcleod ofVuneouver
occupution broker, intend to apply for pvrmission
to pfOMpOt for eoal antl pctroleurfron the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about two mUea
south and twn miles west of the tnouth of the
Tl-el Itiver and murked J. Mc.L. S. K. Cornrr,
No. 71, thence north KO chains, thence west mi
chuins, tlience aouth 80 chains, thenco east 80
chains to point of commencement; containing ������'.<*���
acres, mon- or loss.
Dated Feb. 22, 1911 JOHN McLF.OD
Pab. Feb. 24. Leslie R, Walter, Agent
Queo i Charlotte Uandl l-and Diatrict���DUtrict ot
Take notin- thut [, John Mcl*ood of Vancouver,
occupation hroker, intend to upply for permission
to pr.>- |,ct*i for coal nnd jH-truleum on tho following
���!������ -< nl ���������) lands:
Commencing ut u tmst plantad ubout four miloa
aouth and throe miles went of tho moulh of the
Tl-el Kiver and murkM J. Mc.L. S. K. tNiri.er.
No. 73, thenco north 80 chains, thence wost 80
chains, thence south 80 chuins, thenco oust t-0
rhains tn point of commencement; containing
WO acres, more or loss.
Datad Fab. B, 1**11. JOHN MoLBOD
Pub. Feb. 24. CJaniiee McDowell, Agont
Quoen Ci.arlotte Islands Land District - I) strict of
Tnke notico that 1, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to ui pi for po mwdon
to pratpaej (or coal un petroleum on th f llowing
Jtaofbt. land:
Commencing at a \ mt itlunt d ah �� t ��� Ight milen
���outh and lour wvst nf tna ttc uth ol Tl-s-1 Ki\er
nnd ma k d J. Mel... N. K Cnrner, n. ?:��, thenw
\\ . ^0 - halna, V ence south 8ti chains, thenco north
S't eii'iin-. tbflOfla 'ut M chain" -o poll t of com-
tiionci-mi nt; containing t> tO ..cn*s. ore or w
Dat.**! Feb 2LP.-1I. J"HN McLKOD
POb. Feb. 27, C. McjioweM. Agent
Quwn Charlotte Islands I and District���District of
Tuke notin- that I, John McU'od of Vanmuver.
occupation brokor, intend to apply for pannWon
to pr" p.." for nml and p��-truloum un the tol'owing
JaKftbtd lands;
Commencing at n iiost planted alniut ihreo
niilos north and one nv.lo west of the tnouth of the
Tl el Itiver and marked J. MrL.. S. W. Corn r.
No. 1ft, thence north 80 ohains, thenn- taM su
chaina, thenn1 Miuth 80 chains, thenn- woat 80
chains lo point of commenn-nunt; containing B40
arnn. more or le**.
DatadPab.se i'.'ll. John McLKOD
Puh. Feb, 2S. Clarenco McDo  ell. Agent
Queen Chariott* Islands Und District -District of
lake notice that I, John Mrl,oo<| of Vanntuvf-r,
occupution broker, intond to apply for permission
to pmspoot for roal and j>etro'eum on the following
'li -<rrilM-d lands:
Commenring at a post plantnl aboul llvn mil**
north ami one mile west of the mouth o the
II el Kiver and mark*-d J. McL, N. It Corner
No. 21, ihence south 80 chains, Ihenre *-****. 80
rhains. thence north 80 chains, thenn- east 80
rhains tn pnint of commencement; mnlaining tilO
acres, more or lem.
Datnl Feb. 20. 1911. JOHN  UoLBOD
lub. Feb. 2��. Clarener McDowell, Agen'
Qun-n Charlotte Islands Uml District -Dlstrlel ot
Take notini that I, John Mrl..*".I nf Vanmuvvr,
OaCUpatlon blWTt intend to U|iply tor |M-rtnisi.nir��
tn pnwp*-ot for cual nnd patfotaom on the following
dwctllswi lands:
Commencing a* a 'M-st f.l-tr 1 about fo ir milei
north and three miles wi��i of the mouth of the
llel KiM-r and marked J. MeL N. W. Corner,
Sm m, thenco aouth 80 chain:, thonco oust Ml
chaina, ihoneo north HO chains, thonco w��st 80
chains lo point of nimmencement; cuntaioing NO
acn-*, mori' or Inw.
DttadPab.se, 1911. JOHN McLKOD
I'uh. Fob. 2H. Claronco Mcifowell. Agont
Oueen (harlotte Islands Land Distriet���District of
Take notice that I. John UtLtod of Vanmuver,
occupation hroker, intend to apply for permiiwton
to pratpaej for mal and |>otroleum on tho following
dc*e.lbfd lands: ... .
C'ommencirg at a post plantnl about lour mibm
north and throe milm wmt of tho mouth of the
Tl-ol Kiver and marked J. McL., S. W Corner.
N.. :.t, thenco north 80 chums thence ea.*a 80
chains, thenre south 80 c tins, thenen wmt 80
chains to point nf commencement; containing GUI
acrt-s, more or less. M(nl  fci , ���_.,
Date I Fob. 26, 1911. Jf>"N  McLhOL*
I'ub. Fob. 28 Clarence McDowell. Agant
Quoen Charlotte Islands Und District���District of
Take notice that I John MdLaod ol Vancouver,
occutMalion bmker. intend to apply for permission
to prospect lor coal and petroleum on thp following
described land: ___________ ___       ���nM
Commencing at a post plnnted about nroo miloa
west and two miles north of the mouth I the la
Rlv-r and marknl J. McL., N. K. Corn- N BB,
thonco south ^0 rhains. thenco west y-0 chains,
thenco norlh v0 chains, thenco east rSalns to point
of eommencemenl; containing 010 acres more or
Datnl Pab. SO, 1911.
Pu . Feb. 27.
T. K. Wa tor. Agent
Bkaana Land District-District of C*n��t.
Tnke notice that I, J 11 HeAUffhay ��f Prince
Kuuort, oceupation miner, intends to apply for
permission to purchaae the followinK described
CommencinK at n post plantnl ut the BOUtbWMt
corner of lol 224U. Ihence east 40 ohuina, thonc*
snuth 8 chainn, thenct* west ���]!) chuins, thence
north 8 chains to point of commencement, contnininK 80 ncres more or lata,
Date Feb. 16, 1911 J. H. McAUOHEY
Pub. Feb. H, 1911. Andrew Kennedy. AKent
Skeenn Land District- DlBtrlct of Coast
Tako notice thut  1, Patar Raid, of Vnncouver.
B.C.. occupntion teamster,  intends to apply for
permission to purchuse the followinK described
Commencing ut a post planted nnd mnrked P.
K.'s S.W. corner niitl iiumi-diHtely adjoining POlti
nmrked J.M.'s N.K. corner und A.K.'s S.K. corner; thence north 80 chuins. Ihence etui 40 chains,
thence south mi chains, thenci- west 40 ehains, to
puint of commencement. containinK 8B0 acre*
more or less. PETER REID,
Datad Ut Feb. 19U Charles H. Allen. AKent
Pub. Feb. 25.
Skeenn Land District-District of Coust
Tuke notiee that  I, William Andersnn. of Vancouver,  B.C., occupation clerk, intend* to apply
for permission to purchase lho following daiorlb*
ed luntls:
CommencinK at n post plantad nnd mnrknl W.
A. northwest corner, tnd aboul 1 mile from Alexander Buehnn northern Imundury line; thence
south Hi chains, thenco oaat BO chains thenco
north BO chains, tlience watt BO chains, to point of
i-oioiiieiu'cioent. oontatnlng640 acres mora or less.
Datnl 1st Feb. Kill Charles B. Siark. AKent
Pub. Feb. 25.
Skeenu Land District ���Dintrict of Coust
Tnke   notica   thnt   I,  Alexander   Buchan. of
Vancouver, B.C, occupation butcher, intends to
apply for permission tti purchase the following
dttOlibtd lands:
CommencinK B post plantnl mid marknl A.B.'s
S.K. corner, and adjoininK pottl markisl J.M.*a
N.K. corner und P.K.'s S.K. corner; tbence west
Ml chains, thence nortbBO chains, thenco oust 80
ehuins, thenee south BOabalnttO point of commencement, containinK 640 aorot imne ��>r leas.
Dated 1st Pab., ISU Churle.- II. Allen. Agent
I Pub. Feb. 25
Skeenu Umd District- District of Coast
Tnke notice that I, John Miller, <if Vancouver,
B.C.,   occupation  butcher.  Intendi to apply for
parmlltltm to purchase the followinK tlobCrilied
CommencinK nt a post plantod aboul  1 chain
front tidewater nt the head of Lusc.mls* Bay. and
markad J<M**t N.K. oorn*r. thanotwatt mi chains,
tbence south hi ehuins, thence east BO chains,
ihence north SO chaint, to point of commencement. OOntatnlna t��4u ncres more or loaa.
Datnl 1st Feb . lull Chnrles B. Stnrk, Agent
Pub. Fell. 25.
Skn-na I*and Districl- I MM net of Coast.
Take notice that 1. 1^-slie K. Walter, of Vancouver, B.C., oi cu;>alion prospector, intends to apply for permission to purcnusn (he followingdes-
erlbad lands:
Commencing al a post planted and markad L.
K. W.'s S.K. corner anil immedi.ttcly adjoining
post markisl W.A.'s N.W. eomar; ihence north -V)
chums, thence west Wi chains, thence KWth 40
chains, thence east si chains, to point of cum-
mencemenl, conluining .'U'l acres, mon- or less.
Datnl 1st Feb.. toll t hail. - It. Allen. Agent
Pub. Feb. BB.
Skoona lc! District- DlttI i.-t of Ctltfar
Tnke notica that I Boteom McDonald of prince
Rupart* in'. occupaUon labnrar. intends t*> up
ply for permission to purchase the following da-
teiibad lantls:
Commencing at a |n��st plantnl three and one-
bnlf miles in an easterly direction from tha point
on Naaa Rlvar arhara tna Lava Laka trail bcgini
and one mile in u northerly direction from the
said Lava l��tko trail, tbtnet north S) chnins,
thence  wert  ni chnins.   tbence  south ^" ehains,
thenca east ehaina to point of oommancement*
eontalntng r>40 acres.
Dateleb.i.inn.        bolcom McDonald
Pub. Mar. H��. Joseph Belwa,. Agent
Skeenn I .and Dintriet- DltU let of CaatJar
Take notice that I Cbailes Morns of prinre Ku-
pert, B.C., occupation taborar, Intendi to apply
for permission tO purchase the following described hinds:
Commencing at a poat plantad three and one-
half miles in nn easterly direction from the point
on Nau River where the Leva Lake iruii begtni
and one mile in a northoily dim-ton from the
-aid Lava Lake trail, then. 0 tOUth 10 chains.
thenco oast HI chaint, thenee north Ni rhains,
11 en. r west s>�� chaini l��> point of commencement,
rnntainiiiK ��� ���" aotaa.
DatePeb.8, mil. CHARLB8 MORRIS
Puh. Mar. I". Joseph Belway. Agent
Skoena Land District-District of Cassiar
Take notice that I, John McDonald of  Prince
Rupt rt, B C. ooaupatlon hotelkeeper, Intendi to
atiply for permission  to purchuse tho following
deecribed land*-.
Commencing Bt a post planted  three ami  one-
half mHee In an aatterbr direction from the point
on Naat Rlvar where the Lava Lake trail logins
nnd ono mile in u nnru-.-'v direction from tho
suid Lava Lake trail, tbence **>..���*��� oiuhty .bains,
thenre west ni rhniris.  thence mi-.      ' chaina,
thanea tatt -'��� cimins tn polnl of oonunanoamanti
containing '40 acres. _,
Date Feb ?.  1911 JOHN M< DONALD
Pub. Mareh 10, Joseph Belway. Agont
Skoona rmd District���Dlstricl uf Coast Hinge B
Take Milet lhat Mary Hell Beaton of Vaneou
vi-r, H. t .. occupation spinster. Intends to spply
for iiermission m purchase the followini; doscribed
Comment in�� st a post planted at the north
east n��rner of l.ot BBw, thenn- atn(ut :I0 chalna
north to Im l"2i. thanea BO chsins wtat r Lot
BBSS, thenco ihoilt BO chains aouth to l>ol NBli
thenn- 10 chains oast, Ihence 211 chalna south to
Lot BBS, thenco 20 c'-uliis euat, thenco 20 chains
north, thonn- 20 chains east to point of commencement: containinK 2-0 acres rn -re or lew.
punt masked M. B. B., s.K. Corner.
Datnl Feb.11, 1011.       MAHV BKLL BEATON
i'ub Harahd
Bkeeni Lend l)'.*' rict - District of ConBt
Rstnge 5
Take notice that 1, Fred Garfcon, of
Prinee Rupert, B.C., occupation farmer, [ntenu to apply for iiermission to
iiurchase the following described lantls:
Commencing at a DOlt planted at the
norUl cast corner of surveyetl lot 1087.
Range 5. Coast district, thencc north HO
chains to a slough; thence west 28
chains; thence south 60 chains; thence
eut 2H chains to the point of rommencement. _ __
Dated February 25thi Ml
First Insertion Mnr. 11
w- THE
Nevada Mining Man after Seventeen
Yeara Finda His Sister Owing to a
Chance Remark Rosie Finda Her
Los Angeles, March 24.- Henry McGinn, u mining man of Searchlight.
Nev., registered at a Los Angeles hotel
last nighl and a short time later had
unexpectedly discovered a long lost
sister whom he had not seen or heard
from for seventeen years.
McGinn, shortly after registering, repaired to the telephone booth to call
up a friend. He gave the desired number to the operator and was turning
away when she tusked:
"\Vhiu is your name, please, so I may
have you paged when the party is connected?"
"McGinn," he replied.
"Why. that's my name, too," said the
"So    Where from?" asked McGinn.
"Wisconsin, originally," she answered.
"Me, too," replied McGinn.
"I had a brother named Henry, who
left home at Neenah, Wis,, 17 years
ago," the telephone girl told him. "1
haven't seen him since."
"Why, my name's Henry," eagerly
replied McGinn.   "Are you Roale?
She was, and soon brother and sistet
were deep in joyous converstaion.
Police Officer Stopped Sir Wm. Van
Home from Smoking ob He Tried
to Board a C. P. R. Steamer He
Was Quite Right," Said Sir William
St. John, N. B., March L'l. Among
those who sailed on the "Empress of
Ireland" wiih Sir William Van Home,
former president of the ('. 1'. R.
An incident that gives an insight into the character of the man. occurred
as he was walking from ihe train to
the steamer, smoking a cigar. A policeman stepped up to him and poUtfay
informed him that smoking was not
allowed on the docks. Sir William
promptly threw away his cigar. When
a reporter who was with him remarked
that the policeman evidently did not
recognize him, he replied curtly: "lie
was perfectly right. That's what we
pay him for."
Cat holies Not Legally Married Except
by a Catholic Prieat
(Special to the Optimist)
Montreal March 24.���Marriages between Catholics when not performed by
a Catholic priest must now be considered illegal according to the outcome
of a case tested in the courts at Montreal.
The case is that of Eugene Herbert and
Marie Couston who were married in
1908, nut not by a Catholic priest. To
day Mr. Justice Lauiendeau gave a
decision to the effect that their marriage
was not legal.
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners, 'Phono 4.
Latest   Quotation*   From Vanoouver Exchange.
(Aa reported by S. Harrison & Co.)
Portland Canal    30 3-4 30 3-4
Stewart M. & D. Co     2.60       3.00
Red Cliff     1.05      1.05
Main Reef 25
j Northern Produce Co1
j   Send fo
r our Weekly Pri
nee J
Phone 151
Phone lj
..A Perfect Combination..
Kansas Eggs
\W have juit receive*) :i Uri?e shipment
3 Dozen For $1.00
Opp. Bank of British North a|
erica. New logger* shoes llf
high, made t-i onlcr at J\50.
Men's soles .>l    Ladies' suits
Men's heels |Ui- Ladles' lieeij
Men's aewed on |]
Ladies' sewed en	
Shoes repaired while you J
All leather flnt-clusqMM
Ludwig Sti iiin - Pullon & 3rd 4
Hams and Bacon
Stalker & Wells
Phon. IS7
a specialty
Drug Store
i C.  H. 0RMI
The Pkmtt l)msti>t
:   &'
This advertisement clipped from the
Boston i'osl gives the story of the
wonderful development now going on
in Canada. Look out for llritish Col-
umliia. The profits to investors in
Town lots in all (irand Trunk Divisional
and Terminal l'oints will astound thc
world. Buy now. Ask Uncle Jerry
for price lists ami full information.
Western Canada
From the most accurate figures obtainable, over One Hundred Million
Dollars was made by real i-state owners in growing cities nnd towns of
Western Canada last year. This vast
Wenlth was exclusive of improvements
and represented actual increase in land
values alone.
Original records gathered by the
Winnipeg Free l'ress prove that in
eight western Canadian Cities the value of land alone -not counting improvements���increased 562 per cent, for the
last five years-an annual increase of
112 per cent, for each city during the
last live years. These figures Indicate
that investments in live, growing cities
in Western Canada are as safe and
sure as nn investment enn be, i. id that
100 per cent, profit each year is almost
a certainty.
000,000   MORE
You have an Opportunity now to
participate in these immense profits by
being one of the original purchasers of
town lota in the Grand Trunk Pacific
addition to the fnst growing Western
Canadian cities, otherwise known as
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Division Points No. 23
The Grand Trunk l'acilic offers in
these splendidly located, fast growing
Division l'oints aud in the townsite of
Tofield an op|>ortunity for the investor
to share in the large profits that are
sure to accrue as a result of the rapid
und substantial growth thai chnracler-
I7.es (irand Trunk l'acilic Division
Points and well located cities anil
towns in Western Canada.
The (irand Trunk Pacific does not offer townsites or additions so located as
to make investments in them of questionable value. Tbe object in selling
these lots at the low prices at which
they are offered is to encourage the upbuilding of these cities from which the
Grand Trunk Pacific will derive vastly
more benefit th in from the sale of lots.
Now is the time to buy. Choice lots
range from $100 upwards on easy payments of 10 per cent, cash and 10 per
cent, a month. You make your purchase direct and secure title from the
(irand Trunk Pacific Railway Company.
Write for literature nod make your
selection while the prices nre extremely low and the possibilities unlimited.
DAILY MESSAGES FROM   I    1    IT      1      I
, Ask Uncle Jerry
Land Commissioner
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Co.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, "Uncle Jerry,"
Agent for Grand 'lrunk Pacific Lots on
Main Line. Prices are fixed by the
Land Commissioner and our best services are at your command. -Ask Uncle
Jerry, P.O. Box 006, Prince Rupert.
Number twenty-three is sometimes
fucetioiisly called the 'skidoo' number.
Some of my friends may usk why I
don't take tbe hint and stop these
talks. Well, if they could come lo my
office and see lhe increased business
my office is doing since the Prince Kupert people are better aci|iiaintcd with
me, tbey would use my methods themselves.
A friend asked Dr. Parkhurst, the
famous preacher of New York, why he
wrote for the New York American,
'that rotten sheet,' he called it. Dr.
Parkhurst said that the sheet isn't half
as rotten when lie writes for it as it
would be if he did not.
My method of direct advertising tells
you clearly nbout my methods and
plans. I am not strong on frills aud
pictures. Advertising space is too valuable to be wasted. Incidentally 1
may add I know what good advertising
is and thnt is the reason I am using  it.
How about boosting I'rince Kupert ?
Now, altogether, let's say a kind word
about our wonderful city to at least
one friend who is deprived of the pleHs-
ure of being here in person. There is
one thing worse than knocking and
that is to be silent.
Let's shout so that everybody hears:
"Prince Kupert���the San Francisco of
Un January 15th and 22nd, Eastern
papers on Jan. loth, Western papers
on Jan. 22nd, our Prince Kupert Opportunity advertisement appeared in
papers in New York, Boston, Providence, Kansas City, Denver, San Francisco, Los Angeles, St. Paul and 117
Sunday issues of big U.S. daily newspapers in all. On Feb. 25th our Prince
Kupert advertisement appeared in 26
Canadian daily newspapers.
pleaaa take notice aud list your property with n good live broker, if from the
above you think our equipment should
produce the best results, you should
come in at once.
We advise everyone to get in the
market this spring nnd summer. Sell
when you have a profit; buy again.
That's the way to make money. You
can make many times as much money
if you will buy and sell and not hold on
so long to property. All of you put
your shoulder to the wheel and boost-
keep on boosting���that's thc way we
will make a big city.
Has a Free Informatka Df
for strangers in the <'i'>' *"-
residents by com ipoadeiiea
He Buya Leases      Hs >: 1" "*
He Buys Lots �����*��<��
He   has  SI    ��� ��� '" ���*
He  Buys  Lands In Skwns *n
Kiver  Valleys.
He wants 60 ***<***_*Z
He Sells Leases -W .��� c_t
He Sells LoU H.WJW
He wants BtOWi ��e M
He  Sells  Lands Up tbeSW^
He will buildyouaibv.lW0
payment plan.
He will lease or sell>"U a l��<��
terms for you to build I
store on.
He will sell you a hou* &
you can pay on monthly 1^"^
He will take a lease on V-;
make your investment  |-��> ���
per cent. _


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