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THE  WEATHER
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VOL. II. NO. 123
Prince Rupert, B.C., Friday, June 2, 1911.
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Price Five Cents
VANCOUVER WORKERS TO
STOP WORK ON MONDAY
Trades and Labor Council Declared Last Night in Favor of a General Strike to Start on Monday---Street Railway Employees
Will Vote Tonight About Joining Them���If They Do All
Factories Using Electrical Energy Will Have to Stop Work.
Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, June 2.���A general
strikfwill take place in Vancouver.
That was decided by the meeting
nf thf Trades and Labor Council
last night, which ratified tlie pro-
cccdings the special meeting held
,i week ago to consider the best
means of helping thc carpenters
of Vancouver to enforce their
demands.
Starts on Monday
Tlu- strike will start on Monday
morning. It was reported at the
meeting that several thousand work
nun arc ready to throw down their
imi|> .il the word of command
.im! go mit to join their comrades
in tlif carpenters' union, unless a
settlement is made in the meantime between the carpenters and
thc Master Builders' Association.
The Only Hope
Thc only hope now, is that
when the matter is discussed and
voted on in the individual unions
tonight at special meetings, that
the men will refuse lo obey the
dictates of their leaders. Hut
this is regarded as a faint hope,
as it is certain that most of the
delegates on the Trades and Labor
Council had mandates from their
unions.
Public is Alarmed
The public is very apprehensive
of  the  step   threatened,  as  it  is
evident it will affect the general
welfare of the citizens in a severe
manner. It will mean practically
a Stoppage of the entire industrial
activity of Vancouver.
Especial apprehension is felt
over the question of the stree
car men's action. They arc to
vote on the question tonight. The
B. C. Electric Railway is a vendor
of electric power to most of the
Vancouver factories. Included in
the men's union are the power-
men employed at the sources of
electrical energy.
What It May Mean
If ihe car men decide lo join
the strike, then not only the
Street transportation but the supply of power for the factories will
come to a stop. Thousands of
workers who would otherwise continue at work will be obliged to
quit The car men's decision will
lie handed out either late tonight
or tomorrow morning.
BIG BUSH FIRE
AT ARROWHEAD
Fifty Men Unequal to Task���
Flames are Spreading. Unless Wind Changes Town is
Doomed.
(Canadian I'n-ss Despatch)
Victoria, June 2.���At Arrowhead, B. ('., a bad bush fire is
raging. All day yesterday fifty
fire fighters were engaged and
were unable to cope with the flames
which are spreading.
Help has been summoned from
ni'iglil)orirtg��towiis. No lives have
been lost but unless thc wind
changes the town of Arrowhead
will bc destroyed.
PRINCE JOACHIM   INJURED
Kaiser s Son May Die as Result
of   Injuries    He    Received
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Berlin,.June 2.���Prince Joachim,
>"ii nt the Kaiser, was injured in
thc army manoeuvres today.    He
i> i" ii dangerous condition and
lllalt     tlif.
CUSTOMS STILL
ON THE CLIMB
Increase of May Over April Is
$3425.87
Thai Prince Rupert's trade is
continually on the increase is
easily proved by lhe figures of thc
Customs Department returns from
monUi in month. They are always
steadily climbing upwards.
Returns for the month of May
have jusl been issued. They show
a total nf 113112.64 for Customs
Receipts diiiing the month. Ftff
the month nf April the figures were
vS,.xr,.77,   ,)U|S   ,|R,   |ncreaae   0f
Maj -, receipts over April's is
M328.87 quite a substantial sum.
Noticeable to the Customs Offi-
aals this spring is the vast increase
'". lh,i'' dealings with settlers'
Meets, Home-makers keep pouring into Prince Rupert and bring-
'"8 their goods with them. Every-
thin8 is done to facilitate their
''"""K ll is not their money
"'" Pr'nce Rupert needs so much
;is themselves and their earning
m help build up the city.
TO KNIFE RECIPROCITY
BY SPLITTING DEMOCRATS
Opponents of the Closer Trade  Measures  Making  a
Final Effort���President Taft Trying to Keep
Forces Together--Debate  Wednesday
TAKEN ILL
SUDDENLY
Guest of Premier Hotel Has to
Postpone Journey South
Late last night Mr. Robert
Bright, a guest at thc Premier
Hotal, was taken suddenly ill.
No time was lost in sending for
Dr. McNeill who arrived promptly,
and advised tlie removal of the
, lent to the General Hospital.
.Mr. Bright had intended to proceed sough with the Prince Rupert this morning, but was advised
by thc doctor not to ateempt
the journey. His illness is not
understood to be severe, but he
may require some days rest and
medical attention.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Washington, June 2.���A crisis
in tlie Senate fight on Canadian
reciprocity is expected to be reached when the Democratic farmers
free list bill is offered as an amendment to tlie bill carrying the
proposed agreement into effect.
That such an amendment will
bc offered for thc purpose of
embarrassing the Democratic supporters to the reciprocity bill
seems certain.
Toward this critical contingency
President  Taft   is  now  devoting
his attention. He is holding daily
conferences at the White House
in an effort to keep the Republican
and Democratic Senators in line
for the pact
Thc debate in the Senate on
the reciprocity bill is scheduled
to open next Wednesday.
TO BUILD SHIPS
FOR OUR NAVY
Commander Howe Goes to Britain to Discuss Tenders with
British Ship Builders.
They Are Here
A  great  range of classy   shoes
havc just arrived.   See us today.-
Scott, Fraud & Co.
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners, 'Phone 4
[BASEBALL SCORES
Northwestern League
Jacomo 5, Portland 4.
Seattle 8, Victoria 1,
Vancouver 9, Spokane 1.   '
National League
Cincinnati 6, St. Louis 0.
mt8tmrgO, Chicago 8,
Wrir.an League
Cleveland 8, Philadelphia 14.
J"*'">* '*. Chicago 10.
^ L��uis 8, New York H.
VVa'hlngton7,Detrolt8.
Pacific Coast League
Vernon
STRIKE WITNESSES MUST
WAIT UNTIL MONDAY
Govt. Agent McMullin  Received   Wire   Today  From
Victoria That They Need Not Leave���Another Hardship on Them
o, Sacramento 6.
,    Jnd 1. Portland 8.
L08 Angeles a,-FriicoO,
Oakh
Government Agent McMullin
received a telgram late last night
stating that it would bc unnecessary for thc witnesses in the strike
citsc to leave Prince Rupert until
Monday. One or two of the
Special Constables summonsed,
however, left by the Prince Rupert this morning. The others
will go south by the Prince George
on Monday.
Defence   Inconvenienced
About eighty witnesses for thc
defence are in town and were
ready to go below with thc Prince
Rupert this morning. On hearing
that they would not be required
to leave until Monday they were
faced with the commissariat problem. Many of the men have
come from upriver and distant
districts to attend the trial, and
these have no work here. How
to feed them was the question.
Consulted Govt. Agent
In a body they visited the
Government Offices, and laid the
matter before Mr. McMullin who
at once proposed that the men
who wished to be provided for
over   the  week-end  should   havc
provisions supplied them which
they could arrange to sue as they
chose themselves. This arrangement met with approval, but
after further consideration it appears that the men decided not
^o avail themselves of it. Support
was not asked for all, but only
for a few of the eighty witnesses
waiting to go south.
Don't Read This
Because you will be convinced
that our stock of boots and shoes
are unequalled In Northern B. C.���
Scoti, Proud & Co.
On June 5
expected   that  navigation
It is
will be open from White Horse lo
Dawson,Yukon, on June B. Rogers
iK: Black, steamship agents, received
this advice today from Skagway.
Came Back Broke
That idea was returned last
night, but like most borrowed
china, it was broken in several
pieces. However, Reilly will
have it. in presentable form by
tomorrow night.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Montreal, June 2.���Commander
Howe of the Canadian Navy,
sailed last night for England to
discuss tenders for the construction of men-of-war which Canada
will build during the next three
years.
Six tenders have been received,
several of whom expressed their
willingness to construct thc vessels
in Canada.
EIGHTH AVENUE
IS JOINED UP
PRINCE RUPERTS PRINCELY
PROSPECTS FROM PANAMA
Opening Up of World's Greatest Canal and Linking Up of the
G. T. P. Transcontinental Together Mean Prestige for Prince
Rupert, Says W. H. Magee in His Lecture at the Empress
Theatre Last Night.
In 1915 thc Pacific Coast will
see thc greatest doings of tlie
whole century. Prince Rupert
will be in on those doings, a regular
topnotcher. For by that time
Prince Rupert will be linked up
with the East by a line of continuous steel, and the Atlantic
and Pacific oceans will be linked
by thc Panama Canal. Somewhere round San Francisco will
centre the celebration which will
attract all the world and his wife.
A forecast of this great event,
and its significance to Prince Rupert was given by Mr. \V. H.
Magee in his lecture last night in
thc Empress Theatre on "The
Panama Canal."
On Sound Footing
After giving a brief resume of
tlie history of this short route
across the continent, and the
attraction it has had for the imaginative minds amongst commercial men for many years, Mr.
Magee who has studied the canal
thoroughly, told how through the
foresight of Theodore Roosevelt
the Panama Canal Zone ten miles
wide, has been secured for the
United Stales right across the
Isthmus for ��40,000,000 and how-
after the lamentable and criminal
mismanagement of the canal works
under lhe French Company that
first exploited it, the canal scheme
has been set on a sound fooling,
and carried to its present prosperous stage within three years
of  completion,   by   the  American
nation.
Dismal Failure Once
Pitiful conditions prevailed during the period of mismanagement.
Vast sums were subscribed in
France. All materials had to be
bought there. Graft nourished,
and tons upon tons of costly
machinery was ordered in France
only to be dumped in swamps
on the Isthmus. Insanitary conditions prevailed amongst the
workers, and plagues of small-pox,
typhoid, and malaria decimated
the camps. Most pitiful is the
grim black and white sketch drawn
in a word or two by the lecturer
of a bright young French engineer
who went out to Panama at that
time with his wife, and four
pretty daughters.    They had not
CONTINUED ON PAGE 4
IMPERIAL DELEGATES
WANT TO BE CONSULTED
Want to Know Why the Dominions Were Not Consulted Over the Treaty of London, Better Known as
the Anglo-American Arbitration Treaty
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London, June 2.���The Imperial
Conference today debated the motion introduced by Hon. Andrew
Fisher, Premier of Australia, regretting that the Overseas Dominions had not been consulted in
reference to the declaration of
London in regard to the arbitration treaty with the I'nited Stales.
Sir Edward drey promised lhal
they should be consulted before
thc next Hague conference and
pointed out that not to agree to
its ratification would  be a  great
blow to the cause of arbitration.
Sir Wilfrid I.aurier said he thought that the claim of tlie Dominions to be consulted in treaties
negotiated by tjic Imperial government was not unjustified even
though the arbitration treaty wilh
the I'nited Stales might not be
carried through, if the declaration
was not ratified. The fact lhal
the colonies were being consulted
regarding questions of war, placed
them in the position of being
forced to aitl in the event of an
Imperial war.
STRIKERS GO BACK
Structural Ironworkers in Toronto Decide to Throw up the
Sponge.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Toronto, June 2.���Thc bridge
and structural ironworkers who
went out on strike on May first
for an advance of five cents per
hour, have thrown up the sponge
and returned t.i work at the old
rate of 85 cents.
Plankway  Completed  Tonight
From McBride to the Circle
Work has been pressing on
apace on Eighth avenue which is
being planked from McBride street
round to Hays Cove Circle where
it links up with Seventh avenue.
This linking up will be completed
tonight, and lhe ncw plankway will
be a great convenience to residents
in this district. Messrs. J. A.
Meeker & Co. are the contractors
for lhe work.
SEARCHERS FIND
DEAD BODIES
All were Victims ct the Mysterious Fire at Silverton Yesterday���Ten were Injured.
Nelson, June 2.���Search among
lhc ruins of the Windsor Hotel
at Silverton which was destroyed
>y fire yesterday morning produced a few charred remains.
Apparently they are of the four
men, Robert McTaggert, Robert
Fairgrieve, one unknown man be-
leivcd lo be a foreigner, and a
fourth whose identity is unknown.
At present there arc ten injured
in thc hospital at Ncw Denver.
A MAIL SERVICE SOON
FOR PORCHER ISLAND
Post Office Inspector D. H. Fletcher Will Visit Island
to Investigate Conditions and Routes���Leaves
by a Launch This Afternoon
This afternoon Mr. I). II. Fletcher, Post Oflice Inspector for
the District, is to make a trip
across to Porcher Island lo investigate the conditions over there
as regards mail service. Mr. Fletcher intends leaving in the Knox
iuineh with Mr. I; Davis.
Mail Service Sought
For some time the residents of
Porcher Island have been very
anxious to have a regular mail
service, and have taken every
opportunity to make their desires
in   this  direction   known   to   the
department With a rapidly growing population, and increases of
business every where in these
districts just now, it has not been
easy to cope with the needs of all
places  as  quickly  as   residents
Iy long aud sometimes even perilous. Mr. Fletcher will make a
thorough investigation into routes
conditions antl possible means of
communication with the Island's
most populous parts, and will
devise the best antl most frequent
mail service possible.
THOUSANDS NOT HUNDREDS
News Staff is Scared Lest Mack's
Muse   Should   be   Aroused
LAUNCH KNOX
OVERDUE TODAY
Expected Last Night from Kit-
sum with Scow of Gravel
Some anxiety was Expressed on
the waterfront this morning regarding the gasoline launch Knox,
which left for Kitsum yesterday
in charge of F. Davis her owner,
to unload a Scow of gravel and
tow it back to Prince Rupert.
The launch and scow were expected   back  last  nighl,   but   ditl
not  arrive,  and   it  was   thought
that  delay  might   have   been  occasioned by the state of the title
hindering   the   handling   of   thc
scow.    Enquiries made about one
o'clock  this afternoon  resulted in
thc statement made at the boat
house that the Knox was still out,
and no news of her was available,
but that she was expected every
hour,    Another launcyh has been
sent out  to look for her,  though
there is not  believed   t"  be any
reason for serious anxiety, as Mr.
Davis  is an  experienced  launch
owner on these coasts.
In a Calgary news item in yesterday's Daily News telling how
a local clerk purchased a property
on  Seventh   avenue,   seven   years
ago for $825, and sold it yesterday
for 1106,000, a headline stated
lll.lCir.      an      i|ii" nil        mm       .mm.m-..mm I
have wished.     Probably   Porcher that   he- had   made   thus  cleared
lsiand  will   very   soon   havc   the ^ve   hundred   per   cent   profit
Got Them  at  Last
A   splendid   line   of   American
pumps antl slippers, none better.���
Scott, Froud & Co.
Where to Go
D
This was wrong.   11 was something I
over twelve thousand five hundred
EMPRESS THEATRE, Second  Ave.;
Pictures and Music, 7.30 p.m.
MAJESTIC  THEATRE,   Third   Ave;
Pictures and songa, 7.80 p.m.
PHENIX THEATRE, Second Avemie;
The staff hastens to make this)    pictures and music, 7.30 p.m
explanation    before    Mack     sees
    the    misleading    paragraph and
Island   boat   was   coming   over, makes it the subject of  his  ribald  PREPARATORY SERVICE, Old Pros
And the trip by boat was frequent-1 muse. |   byterian Church, 8 p.m., tonight
desired service now.
Mail by Claxton or Rupert
Up to the present mail com- per cent he cleared
munication with Porcher Island
has been either by Claxton or
Prince Rupert whenever a Porcher
AUDITORIUM, Sixth Avenue;  Roller
Skating, R p.m. TH E    D AI L y    NEWS
The Daily News
Formerly The 'Prince Rupert Optimist
Published by the Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
DAILY  AND WEEKLY
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Square.
"The newspaper, with the law, sbootd assume the accused innocent
until proven guilty: should be the friend, not the enemy of the
general public; the defender, not the invader of private life and
the assailant of personal character. It ihould be, as it were, a
keeper of the public conscience." ��� Her.ry Watterson.
Daily Edition.
Friday, June 2
offence,   though  it
n^ed to*,., .:.. - : ������= *���������>��� .���>��� ������ -��P-�� ^|�� i^LpW now for several | j pjJjJE
portion of taxation would grow larger for the citizer.-
for the railway company, for the reason that the dtixens' share w uld weeks
increase, while the company's would remain stationan.
at the meeting  which |
|was over  in less than  an  hour. |
re Mayor Manson. Commission-*,
That this first and most obvious outcome of the proposed agree- w��
thorities. is indicated'    the       "tl)  er Kirkpatnck. Commissioner M
the assessor M.   Stephens,   and   Dty   Clerk.
ned lots Woods,   Secretary  of   tlie  Com-
��� -    missi ���������
ment is realised by the dty au
issued assessment for the present year.    In some cas��.��
has doubled and trebled the assessment of tlie privately owi
to prices exceeding even the speculative value of the propertie
the whole area of privately owned lots the total assessment has
increased from $4.70O,S22.50 to $7,S20,830.
That this is not the result of any general advance in values '���-
seen by the fact that the Grand Trunk Pacific's property is I Sir,���With   your   permission   1;
duced from 17,291,000 to $2,819,600.   Even this sum is being protested I, ^   respectfully  ask   the  at-:
by the railway company, which in its notice of appeal states that its tentjon 0f the authorities to the
properties are "grossly over-assessed." ;'..Uowing:
Letters to the Editor
For a"  kinds ��f helP- cooks,
waiters.   lishwashers, hotel por
Kgm ai. kinds of laborers or me
"chanies. ���.-."��� ���'*',
EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE
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Z S.-ali-i   ti-:. la-r.   addres*.d   U
and endorsed .Tenderer Publicjli.
brook, B. C   will be received ur- '
Monday.   June   12,   1911,   In   ���-���
of a Publie Building, CranUocic, I;,
Planj, specification ar.d lorn-.  erf ,
be seen and forms ol tender ootair.fj-: al
f    ol Mr. Wm.    Hendenwn,   Resider.-.        ���������'."
Grud Hotel Fret Enploymt  Office  j   VhgtajB^Cjj* the po* offiw,
a 4 waiters   j j ___S-**_*t-*______*A_m___*_*_ '���
ted
Phone No. 178
car call at the
Hea
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.. ���.. m..m tltmmj
. j     reraon.   tennenng   4:-
/ I will not be consideredninle*,* mai- .    ���
This may be taken either as an honest expression ; : '������"������*'���
its lands are not worth that figure, or it may be an effort : st ���
compress the assessment so as to be prepared in tht event
proposed agreement being voted down by the citizens.
��� :
the
The citizens have a right to vote to reduce the o ."..: iny's   	
ment. If a sufficient inducement were offered them, it might even
be good policy so to do. But it should be clearly explained to the
citizens by those who submit the agreement to the people, that every
dollar so exempted will have to be made up by the pr:'. .it-- I '���- wners.
THE GRAND TRUNK ASSESSMENT
Owing to the near approach of the time when the citizens will
be called upon to vote on the above question to bind tlie city to ar.
agreement covering a long period of years, and owing also to the
evident reluctance shown in certain quarters to discuss the question
with the citizens, the Daily News will print a series of editorial articles
de.-.ling with the various aspects of the question.
In so doing, there is r.o desire to sway the mir.ds of the electors
:'or or against the prop sed - tdement    The aim will be to 	
state tlie case fairly, without prejudice, without exaggi ration, and A baby aged two and a half
wil ut rhetorical appe.il, letting the issues be clearly seer., and allow- years, who "works" for his living Prince Rupert i�� n a m It satis-
ing the facts to make their own ippeal to the individual mind. Our by hooking eyes on a card for his factor}- state.* At the meeting of
chief concern is not which way the electors will v te, I ut that the poor,  working mother, has been the Police Comm -?i' n    eld yes-
BABY VICTIM
OF SWEATSHOP
Works for His Living by Hooking   Eyelets   on   a   Card
POLICE RECORD
IS EXCELLENT
Prince  Rupert s  Behavior  Has
Been   Exemplary   of   Late
From the poli.-   pant ol vi w
electors may know wh it it is th- ;��� ~re v ���;:'.., for or .-..jair.st.
Article No. 3.   How the General Assessment is Affected.
Thi first  . st ' I v: us   rTect of ar.y alteration in the .-.sses��
m-er.t ,,f ��� | Trur.k Pacific property is upon the assessment
of thi  pr "��� wners.   At present the lands within the city limits
three classes   I ��� wi ership, viz.. the Grand Trunk Pacific
the i irand Trunk Pacific Town and Development
I    vincidi  Government and  the private lot-owner--
For practical purposes of civic revenue, then.- are only three class
1 discovered in London. terday afternoon in t; ���  > ity Hall
This   little  victim   of  sweated Chief Vickers presented his report
child labor���surely  the youngest showing   no   formidable   list   of
in the country���is mentioned by Serious offences for the past month.
a writer in the Empire Review for but only the usual list of minor
April  on  "Tht-  Problem  of  the lapses.
Child.' The report showed the city to
"I have seen a bat y of two and be orderly and ! -��� -aUdii _ under
the   writer,   "so   unchildlike   at i hief Yick. ra" administer "ion of
thirty  months  that  he  had  not p- !ice matters, a:.   Mayor Mgnson
for the Government-owned lots are exempt from taxation.   Later the curiosity t.  look up fmm hi^ complimented tl    I n tins
on. there will onlv be two classes, for the Development company is��wk as we talked with then-, .ther. condition of affairs   Ch:.: Vickers
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��� ������ ed not to hold and develop the lots, but to sell them t private
lot-owners. The permanent sources of taxation will be the Grand
Trunk Pacific Railway company, ar.d the- private lot-owners. Th��
question .a-   --     in the assess! ute is. "In what pr portii ns
���hall the burden of taxation be divided."
Gravely and in usly-this mentioned in hi- statement that
baby   toiler   placed   hook   after a  keen watch is kept  upon  the
hook  in  its  place on  the card, movements of all cla>.��es of un-
vi\i _ a I a minui - ever)       - desirables,  and   that  they  h.iw
to  the ir. ther wl     earn- 3s.  .i little chance of   Staining a foot-
week  at   the   most   monotonous, hold in Prince Rupert, as th< ]
w try, tn       lit; - kept oo the move continually.
work' that exists.   I ..e-re are twelve     Amongst other matters of minor
the
Could they see their way clear
to continue the plank road on
Fourth avenue around Hays Cove
Circle to meet the road to the
bridge.
I believe it would be about 440
feet, and to people over the
creek coming to town it would .See Us itt Prkes.
land them on Third avenue with
about the same amount of walking,
as tt present it takes for them to
reach McBride and Sixth streets.
Even a plank walk would be
-���-iv.ething, if a 16-ft. drive- cannot
be afforded.
I write this for the sake of the
many residents over the creek, and
i: in the middle of the large work
on hand it could be carried out:
I know it would be appreciated by
a large number of the people.
Yours truly.
"A Resident."
ROGERS & BLACK
���WHOLESALE   DEALERS  Ot���
��� i -   l      r*���m.mm*     I lm��     contract  when  called  upon to do ��o, air
Building  Material,   Cement,   Lime, | ^p^ the work contracted lor.   1
form,   supplied,   and   signed   with
signatures, stating  their occur.*-. ���
ol rcidence.    In  the ease o( firm., tl
signature, the nature ol the o-ccipk-..      ,   , ,,i   '
ol residence ol each member ���.',  that I
be given.
Each   tender   must   be   aecompt'... !   |       ,lr
accepted  cheque  on a charxen-i   bat ���    :'v.-aMe
to tne order ol the Honourab.i. -.-
Public Worka, equal lo Kn p*r >���
the amount ol the tender, which wi
il the person tendering declir.t to ',
Hair-6bre Platter. Coke, Blacksmith
Coal,   Common Brick,
Pressed Brick
Shingles, Lath, New Wellington Coal
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED
Phone No. 116
be not accepted the cheque will bi m
Th�� Department does not bir.l '.:���..'
tbe lowest or any tender.
By oilier,
R. C. DB8B0CHBR3,
Secret ary.
Department ot Public Works,
Ottawa, May 13, 1911.
Newspapers wUl not be paid for this advertise*
mwit if tbey insert it without authon:;. (jom \_t
Department. *i'
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST
Phone No. 200 P. O. Box 5s0
PRINCE RUPERT. B. C.
��������11 I I I I*IHI 11 11 ********
w. j. McCutcheon
C*m�� complete stock of Drtyra.   Specl-al
attention . a : to filling prescription*.
TWatre Block phom no. n Second Aie.
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Windsor Hotel!
FIRST AVENUE AT EIGHTH STREET
It is recorded that George K ���'.-
ter.   the  Cleveland   pitcher,  who
was once a  football   p!.t>t.-r.
an instinctive desire  t>    tack
base runner .;- a mt,;: -
his career for a baae.   This i-
ke. Did an>"one ever ob- m
a rugby player in .t<:i.>n in a
soccer game. When the ball comet
to him he instinctively ntarti to
catch the sphere and he is lucky
if he recovers in time to save a
foul.
Newly Fumiih-e-d and
Steam Heated Roomi
A  KIRST   CLASS  BAR   AND   D1N1N.J
ROOM IN CONNECTION-
RATES 50 CENTS AND IP
BATHS   FREE   TO   GUESTS
ROBT. ASHLAND
P.O. B0\ i
. ROCHESTER tk
t     Monroe
Ladysmith
l      ' >' Coal
Phone nt>
-:E.
Ai    rding to the opinion of the Assessor appointed by the Pro-
1 . vernment, the proper proporuons in which  the taxation
should be divided, taken oo a basis of the relative value ot the proper;-.        ^ ��* ��* card, and importance, dealt with wen
owned bv the ntilway companv and the private lot- -   ;:   .'. li..  : - ' :? " '": 10d- ,or tVtr>' ���"������" "'  ��� ��*��. *��me j650
the Development compor.;.   waa in the ratio of 17,129.500 for tl    -    �����
way < tnd $5,043,142.50 for the private lot-owners. Including,
ards.
la  in to the cards and tl I ��� uurt room.
It is noteworthy
FOR SALE
the  Development company.    This at last year's ral      F tax.    I
ties each hook with an e;     I    I   this new   building has not
meant a tax bill of 1101,497 for the company and %ul 657
lit- wi  rs    ["his ga\   the Jty. after the O urt of Revii        .- uver,
and thr assessment records signed       estimai 1177,154.
In "ther words, out    f a total revenue need       I ^. 77 154 the
indt; '     r, appoi;.-   .        the Proi Go> -ment. de-
dared that a just divia   i ..__ of the holdings of the
parti--   ������' ���    ..; ntribute $101,497
���    - -   |7i ��� '7
Then   the  eyes  are   -.itched   in.!yet   been the scer.e of any trial
Sow it ii t thai I of a contribution of 1101,497
the Grand Trui.k Pacifi-   R ila .;. company is only to make _     ��� ���
tributi' ���       s' ��� Hay; proposed, or 125,897 as
the I. gg�� r $30,000 i year as the late dty council
r $15,01 -   - ���     present   ity council pr ;   - -  I
rival :  rr will h i\   i   ; .;��� th   difference.
I that of the city are no greater this
yeai il this fii .-.-���'.:. ������.-.- i . it to the|
��t year���then ii    rder to nue of $177,154. the
'   I ���- n to last yeai - share, the difference
louni    lthe�� --���  arrived at. and the amount
railway companj    ist year
Thu-     the suggestion it . by the dticens that the I ������
Trur k I'.    - -  .--������- 115,000 a year for ten ;
1177,154, \ ��� i.tributt 1182,154
'.   ' I7i ��� "7  ii -    As ���' ���     ���;  ft   . - and larger revenues
H. F. McRAE
F. R. C. BROWN
H. F. McRae & Co.
Financial Agents
Second Ave..
Prince Rupert
Branch:
Vancouver
A   FEW  CHOICE  OFFERINGS   FROM   OUR   LIST
LoU              Block       Section            Pnce                Ca��h
18, 24               IS               1                115.500             SS.000
47                    1                6                   1.250                 ��S0
6                   12               6                   1.67!                  K��
9. 10              2*              6                    tOOtach         250
31.32                 1                7                      525 each
We hsr* one very choice buy in Section 1 which we cannot advertiie-
ftbsol<itely centra!���imail cash.   Alto aeveral cloae-in lots at tH month
LoU 5 and 6. Block tt,
Section 1.
$9000. 25 per cent. cash.
balance 1. 2. 3 years.
7 per cent.
EBY   CS.   Co.
REAL   ESTATE
Kiuumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM - B. C.
..Grand Hotel..
WORKINGMAN'S HOME
Spring Beds, clean White Shoo-..-  25c
Rooms 50c
BEST  IN   TOWN   FOR   THE   MONEY
J. GOODMAN. Propri.lor
GEO. W. MORROW
1076 Nelson St., Vancouver, B.C.
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1 |   ri: ��ouuK>rt.    W*rr*pr.**,x-r and ll4r.��*r   !
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO.  63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members  of  the order in the city
we requested to visit tbe lodge.
G. S. JOHNSTONE, N.G.
H. MORTON, Secretary.
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiard
Twelve Tables
SECOM' Ave.
For Rent
Partly furnished House on
Sri Ave. T rooms with
bath.       Electric   lighted.
F. W. HART
UNDERTAKER * EMBA1.MER
stock - a a nr: nr
FOR   SALE
T��o Box Bj.11 AJ_*r*. *_ ten I* t ���    ���*".'���
tmm. .nil counter, chair*, card ta'
��! Vi tak*. the outfit for quick mX*. A
H. F.   ROSS. I>.>���:. ���- Hotel 1' -
Third Avenue ��� Princ* Ropctl
CARTAGE and
little's NEWS Agency LINDSAY'S Horace
G. C. Emmerson
NADEN block
SECOND AVE.
Magazines :: Periodicals :: Newspapers
CIGARS   ::  TOBACCOS  ::   FRUITS
G.T.I'. "HARK
C. T. P. Tran.fer Agenl.
Ord.r. promptly filled.   Price. rca��>n��ble.
OFFICE-H. B. Rochcter. Centre St.    l'lmn**.
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Carpenters are getting liucy on residences ail ���i-.i-r town but ivtnwith this
Ing activity it will be some time
ia.-la.re tl.e dcmar.ii (������: dwelling houses
.   ;    iiartments   can   be supplied   if  it
���'    .   ��� ���. number of new
pMpls irriytni *rix_ ths objset ol
makir.ir hi an - n.rt. My eorrsspondtncs
u|kii tnli niblsel with parties now on
the  i . itsntly   Incrssstni
so 1 rr,..k.a an tsptdsl SPpasl to those
having api.vtments antl houses to rent
��� ���r (ur i.��le to inm.ediately list them
*ith Lncle Jerr/.
RESIDENCES   FOR   RENT
WO Mt month,    s..-.-en lurnished Nam
with ��tore MtoW,    A barnain.
lis nu aottli.   Two room house, un.
lurnished,   with   '
ered.    \\ M, |.
S27.SO |ier month.    Kiv,
pla*t��re��l,      Wuter.
$1S per m.jnth.    ( abin, 18 i \i.
$25 i*r month. Five room cottage, plastered.   Water.
S40 |<er month. Four rooms, bath and
toilet.   Furnished {50 per month.
$15 per month. Four room cottage
I,..,: MrHride.   Running water.
$25 in r month. Two story, four rooms.
Partly furnished.
$25 per month. Five rooms. Water
not   laid on.
$22.50 per month. Four rooms in a
double house. Papered and well
finished.
$30 |-er mor.th. Twn jtory, seven
rooms. Bath room but not connected.
Thns rooms.   .Partly
basement.     Plan-
room cottage,
$20 jier month
furnished.
$25 per moii'l
Par
Btovi
Twn tmry, five rooms,
artly [wnMisd.    Harden.
$35 |mt month.    Bll roi mi and bath.
g v. n rooms and bath.
Hungalow, Inur rooms,
ot and cold water.
$35 per month.
$35 tier month.
Hath.   Hn
WHY PAY RENT?   BUY A HOME
$2,500 Buys live room house in Bl -
tion 6. Easy terms of payment
can be arranged.
$6,000 Buys double apartment house
in Section 6. Terms can be arranged.
$5,500 Buys nine room house with
ba��ement. Hot and cold water.
Modern conveniences. Time payments arranged.
$5,180 Buyi elegant eight room buic-
alow. Four lireplaces. Bath. All
modern conveniences.
$300   Buys five room house on Iteserve.
$2,700 Buys lour room house in Sec
limi 6. Modern conveniences, including bath.
$3,000 Buys seven room house in
Section 5. Modern conveniences.
I $2,625 Buya two story house, *****
rooms, in Section 1.
Jeremiah H. Kugler
|     V600 Cash
$3,500 Buyi bouse and ihack in Section 1. Three roomi, kitchen, baser
ment.
$3,000 Buyi two story nine ro,,m
house in Section 6. Bath. Telephone.   Price $5,578.
$1,000 Buys t��o story.five room house
in Section 7.   Price 12,260.
$1,000 Buys two story, seven room
cottage in Se.-tion 6. Bath. Price
$3,000.
$1,000 Buys five room hous�� on Seventh
Avenue.    Price $2,500.
$S00 Buys well finished lour room house
in Section 5. Bath, closets. Price
$2,700.
BUY A LOT AND GET  RICH
$100 Buys two lots in Sortion 8. Pnce
$600.
M00 Buys six lots at Seal Cor*. Price
$1,200.
$400 Buys lour lots near -Sesl Cove.
Price $225 each.
$100   Buys two lots in Section 8. Price
IM0.
$200   Buyi two lots in .Section 8. Pric?
1475.
$SO0   Buyi lot in Section 1, eaiy terms
for balance.   Price 13,760.
$S40   Buys lot in Section 6.   This is a
snap for cash.
$550   Buys two lots ir, Section 5.   Easy
terms for balance.
$600    Buys   lot   in   Section   6.     Price
$1,026.
$400   Buys lot in Section 6.   Price MM.
HOW ABOUT ROOMING HOUSES?
$500   Buys furniture and lease for two
years of ten room house.  Toilet and
bath.
$800   CASH.    First payment on $4,200
rooming house. 20 % 100, 2 story
and   basement.     Balance   payable
$100 monthly.
$72$   Buys furniture and 3 1-2 years"
lease of rooming house in Section
1.    Kent $45 per month.
Buy.   l'latiln
Mill
and Carpenter Shop
"Ask Uncle Jerry"
$700 Buys rooming house on Third
Avenue. Nine lurnished rooms.fnll
rented.   A snap.
$1.800 Huys large rooming house Close
IB. Finest place in cily. Should
WSSI $HH) to $150 per month.
Investigate this.
"ASK UNCLE JERRY"
"'    have   also   a   hotel   proposition
Worthy of OOntldtratlon, several busine"*
' initios. Mores  iii rent, boats for
���Sis and ni forth.
Hire hn bssil a surprising demand
filially for farm lands up Ihe Skeena
;' ths Bulklsy valley. We have
���' ISTJl smotinl ol acreage, carefully
'-"'"1. all the way from Kitselas to
roncoh Lsks, With full descriptions
W tns iliaracier of the soil and so forth
Ine prlos at present is low, running
run $10 an acre up.   Sonic of the land
is partly elssrsd snd baa (arm bindings
"" "���    lou should certainly look int"
this. * ���
eorosas^^
|   $425
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HAVE - FOR - SALE
(CROWN GRANTED)
Section 9
Township 1
Range 4
NECHACO VALLEY
PRICE:   $15.00 PER ACRE, EASY  TERMS
This is an excellent section and was one of the first to be
staked in the Valley.
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers and Financial Agents, Prince Rupert
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= THE COSY CORNER = J
DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY   TO   THE  INTERESTS   OF   WOMEN     (
This is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to Bubjecta 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 Cornor" will fill a social need.
PICTURESQUE   SUMMER
FROCK
[.AND 1TKCHASE  NOTICE
LAND PURCHASE  NOTICE
Skma Land Diatrict -District ol Coaat Itance 0
*'t_. i.< tta -.laai'a I. I Ml Hall Kenney ol Yar-
moutn. So.-a Scolia, occupation married woman.
a-.-.T,.: to apply (or permiaaion to purchaao thr
loUowing aii .a-nui'il landa:
da| in u po.t planted at north oaat
nr..,: la l. Uai .I.-...-J.S, thenco running weat 40
*ttm, '.i.'i.av nurth -j chalna, Ihence eaal 40
. .-,< nutS su chain, to place ul com*
���Mm a.a:.-,.iii)ini( ;i-Jii acrn muro or taa.
M.. | .. a Miuth eaat curner ol land applied
a .a'ticra S. E., about one milo -ace* of
Ukf UmIm\ wuth eidc ol Skeena liver District
tl lout lUime &.
luted April J'J. l'Jll.     BELL HALL KENNEY
i'ub. May 13. John Haverty, Agent
Skeeni Land Districl���Diatrict of Caaaiar
Taka- taaatict1 lhat   1, Jamt*  Dunlop of  Prince
Rupert, It.  C, occupation   team.ler,  intond   to
apply (or 1',-nuiasion to purchaae the following
dwcnla,.: ..   :,
a I at ��� poat planted about two miloa
witttt ul tt.a- l.arl.. ol lhe White and Flat riven,
-  . Ml chalna. tbence woat bl! chaina,
tmm <        -aa i-luiris, thence oaat bO chaina.
Dim .m -.; is, mn. jami.s DUNLor
I'uh. Mar 1.1. Francia S. Pmton. Agent
BkMoa Land Diatrict���Diatrict of Caaaiar
a. Ica -.hat 1 Francia S. Pnaton ol I'rinca
Rupart, ll. I., occupation proepeetor, inlend to
appi>  la r lai-rmiMion  to  purchaaa the following
____'.
Cutiaiti.nring al a poal planted about three
nlha Kautii .. al t*u inilfaa waa.l of tho forka ol
Itt White ai.d Klat riven, thence aouth 80 ehaina
1 IN chalna, Ibence  north  60 chatne,
tbwer -.a-' ,-u chalna.
OHM A; -ai .ii, lilll.     FRANCIS S. PRESTON
Pub Ala) U
skmi Lud Dutrict���Diatrict ot Cout Range G
It..- -. '. a,- that I. Jim Jack ol Prirea Hi p��rt,
, it ion carpenter, intend to apply for
(���ia iv a a  to  purchaae   the   following   deecrib-cd
Ml!
l'.inimi<nring at a poat planled about three>nd
oce-hall niil.-s distant in a aoulh weatarly direction
Into a la'Jti.l .lough from Ubecrvatory Inlet whora
'.��� ..- ��� . .a-l.... the Indian l-t-aaerve thence eaat
J <-. - il.vnce "til. bO chalna, thanco weatSO
��� a.' -aiia bO chalna to point of com-
 naming C4u acraa more or leea.
Dated April 14. ISU. Jul. JACK
rub. m,, u.
Swi>�� Land Diitricl���Dutrict of Queen Chariotta
Jtlto i.nice thit Frank Levlck o( Woodatoek.
o-l. occupalion Imokkeeper, InUnda to apply
��f perinmuin to purchaae lhe following deecribed
luoi:
���IN at a poet planted about aevon
���iia ��i-.t ai���| two milea aoulh ol the moulh ot
' - <ik where li emptta Into Nlden
naWb.li. '.raham laland, thenoa ��0 chaini aouth,
u*:.e I > cliain. eart, thanee 80 chalna north,
WMl . rhainn weal to point ol commencement
"���" o ' lanlog oio acrea more or leaa.
wi��l Marcn 1J, lan. FIIANK LKVICK
���- *l"i: '��� Numa Demera, Agen
Sk��na Land Dlalrlrt-Diatrlct ol Coaal Itange 6
lake i.ajiice that   Annie  Muaaallem  of  Prince
"��l��n, ll. ... occupation married woman, intenda
il iiiTiniMion to purchaae the lollowing
lamb: " *
, '. "���* >' a pint planted at a po.1 al the
*������"*'*���    tmm. 'ill chalna eaat Irom ti. E. cornar
��� u>:  Ilu,,  ilarvey'a Survey, Coaat  Diatrict,
" .'        wm eaat 'JO chalna, Ihence north ��u
'   a....!  lu chalna,  thonce aouth 20
Sl."���*��� ,""'��* 'aat  l!U  chalna,  thence eouth  20
__.      " **'">* "' commencement, eonlaining 120
���IHM��� ���,,���,,
1 ub. M ,.
ANNIE MI'-MI.I.KM
- I .nnd Dutrict-Dlatrlcl ol Caaaiar
i.. ',,'"''���"* ,U>��1   I.   Thomaa   McMe-kln   ol
in.r  '"I""' "��� C., occupation clork, Intend to
i'linisalon  to  purchaae the  lollowing
It al a iin.1 planted aliout Iwo mila
_____.** *_*_* lOffci ul lhe While and Flat riven,
lh hll ehalm,  thence eul 80 chain.,
|.  ;'     '   li Ml chain., thence weat 80 chaim.
MUU.      THOMAS McMKKKIN
��� M-" '���'��� Francto S. Preaton. Agenl
J ���"      iaHii'lDlatrict-Dtatrlctol Caaaiar
ut ii ,;i'*'** lh,t '��� Charlea L. Delgrove ol Stew-
I" Mn.il I"*"'""""1 PrmpiKMor, Intend to apply
lamfT: " *" I"****"** 'he lollowing deacribad
a*ith *E$ __f "!," """ _t**t_*t ,boul ���'�� mll��
"III KU . m"': wwt "' **** *<>'<*' "I **" ***-!**
**>i t*th___*\\. !__-*_ *!���-**> "�� ch*ln"' tl">n"'
**> ihitaf w "orth BU ch,ln,i ll,��nc�� ���"**
V-uXt'1] f��' '''"l-     i;"ARI.ES DELOnOVE
���""* '���*��� Francia S. Preaton. Agent
i2rKbM,��!*J*fc!*F|!!��' ���' ctmiu
Ta.,. , ���,,_   ;,  "',""V ""trict ol caaaiar
llub-i   IIP ll"1 '��� *��"y <immmi A Prtne*
���ll-lv In.    ''��� "��"l'��lion proap^tor, Inlend to
����ribid luSS t0 *}Un*i*m **" '"""will
��'w'i!".'' S ttS *___*_ **> lh�� ���**i*ii*y
1   "I the llonan.a Creek, and being
,      :    ' - /'"un.lary ol Timber  Umlt  N."
"'���'�� nn'��� ii,,''':,   / l,",nc" ���"ul1' 4" 'balm along
1 x" !���.,", "'""''Timber Limit No. .II,2b!
���'- r'.atns, thonce eut to the >hore ol
""���'<" ..aril,',,SrSSS ��'.40 ��'**">* ****>** *>* Im
"""" ' 'ii. a i   , ' ..   ,' l*",*i**! we��Uirly 40 chaini
|   *�� Hnt^ol commencement, containing
RSawST ?' '""'' '*EI��"V QDEENAN
l,.: j        '.'.' ���';!��    DUlrict olCoa.t Hanie I.
Kup-  ,,     'hi I, .1. iUr���|,| McK(,���n 0( |.rlnc<,
| , ��� '"''il.nltin black.mth. InUnd lo
''"" '''il l.iia.i,' " l" purchane lho lollowing
'-���     i   ",:  '���" �� P.n-1 planled about three and
'/" ii.,i ,i0 .1' i,1" " *__*�� w'��l"l>' iMreellon
ft  ���_____] '","", <lb��ervat.,ry Inlet where
. ch"'in, 'ia "   '"' "" Ileaerve, thenee weat
22���. 'lam...'���, m!"1:',,W ��!����� na, thence eaat 80
K'1"""""i'...,iZi.i> "I,'*"'" lo pont of com-
""".IUll.       J. HAROLD McKEAN
.Skeena Land DUlrict���Diatrict ..! Cout Range 5
Take notice that 1, Lionel Kingaley ol Vancouver, 11. C, occupalion miner, intend to anply
faar permiaaion to purchase the following al.-.rn! ������.
landa:
Commencing at a poat planted near the aouth-
a.i--.t corner ol Lot **:il. Itange 5, Cout DUtrict
thence weat 40 chaim, thence aouth 60 chaim,
thence eut 40 chaina, thence north 60 chain, to
Kint of commencement,
ited March 24, 1911.       LIONEL KINGSLEY
Pub. April B.
Skeena Land Diatrict-Dlatrict of rami.,
Take   notice   lhal   I,   Thomu   Mae-govern   of
Stewirt, II. C-, occupition mlner.lntend to ipply
lor permUdon to purchaaa thc following dcecribrd
landa:
Commencing  at * post pUnted on  the  right '
bank of tho Nau river about lour mile, aliove the <
forka of the Nau river, thenc* aoulh 80 chaina, .
thence weat  80 chaina, thencv north 80 chaina,'
thence eut 80 -ehalm lo point of commencement,
containing GIO acrea more or taa.
THOMAS M.UT.OVERN
Dated March 25. I9U.  Sidney Frank Wright. Agl
Pub. May 17.
Skcna Land Di.trict���Diatrict of Caaaiar
Take notta lhat 1, Percy FrencU Godenrath
of Stewart, D. C, occupation Journallat   Intend to
apply  for permiaaion  lo  purchaae  the  (ollowing
doacribed landa:
Commeneing al a poet pUntad on the right
bank of the Nau river abmit aeven mllea above
the forka of the Naaa river, thenee aouth 80 chalna,
thence west 80 chain., thence north -80 chiim,
tlience eut 80 chaim to point of commencement,
containing n In arrea more or taa.
PERCY FRANCIS GODENRATH
Dated Marc 25, 1*11. Frank Sidney Wright, Agt
Pub. May 17.
Skeena Land DUtrict���DUlrict ol CaaaUr
Tak* notta that I, Jamaa Millar Johnaton of
Stewart, 11. C, o-cctipation storekeeper, intend to
apply lor permUalon to purehu* the following
d-racribaed landa:
Commencing at a poat planted about one mile
north (rom th* Nau rim and about nine miles
above th* lorka of the Naaa river, ihence north 80
chaiM, thenc* weat 80 chaina, Ihence aouth -80
chaim. thence eul 80 chalna to point a,l commencement, containing 640 arrea more or leaa.
JAMES MILLAR JOHNSTON
Dated March 24, 1911.  Frank Sidney Wtlghl, Agt
Pub. May 17.
Ske*na Und District���DUtrict o( Coaat
Take  notlc* that   1,   William   Mdvtll* Corley
ail   Toronto,   Ontario,   oceupation   clerk.   Intend
to apply (or permUalon to purchaa* th* tollowing
deacrilied landa:
Commencing at a poet nlanted at the northwest
corner of Lot 30.->5 Rang &, Cout Diatriet, th*nr*
eut 60 chalna, thence north 40 chain., thencc west
��0 chalna to Hell'a Gate alough, thenc* along
alnugh aouth-arly to point ol >romm*neem*nl, containing 160 acrea more nr laaa.
Dated April ll, I'.UI. .__
tolLLIAM    MELVILLE CORLEY
Pub. April 29.
Skeena Und Diatrict - Dlrtrict ol Coaat lUnge i
Tako nolle* that I, Charta A. Vaughan ol
Princ* Rupert, 0. CL oceupation merchant, intend
to apply for permiasion to purchaae thc following
deacrilied landa:
Commencinf at a poat planted on tho aouth
bank ol Eichumaika River and about four mile.
Irom ita confluence with the Skeena River, thenee
80 chain, eul, thenre 80 chalna nnrth, thence 80
chaim weat, Ihence 80 chain, soulh li point ol
commeneement, coniaininit 610 arrea more or leM
Dated April 21, 1911 CHARLES A. VAUOHAN
Pub. April 29.
Skeenn Und Dlitrlct-Dlitrlct of Coast
Take notlc* that I. Mr.. John Corl*y of Princ*
Unpen. B.C..occupation martini woman, inteml.
to apnly for permla.loti to purchaae th* following
described landa: ,_.___,
Commancing at a poat planled 40 chains ea.t
ar.d 120 chain, south from the ..itithwe.t corner of
lot 1733. Coast District. Range 5. thenre aouth l��i
chain., thence eaat 40 chain., thence north 80
chains, thence woat 40 chains mnre or less lo the
point of commencement, containing 330 acrea
morcorl*...MRg  jQm ^^ C0BLEY
Date Mar. 20,1911
I'ub. Apr. 4.1911
Skeena Und .UUtrlcl -Di.irict A Qu**n Chariotta
Island.
Take notice thlt Geo. II. Uui ol Prince Rupert,
B. C, occupition  baiber, Intendi  to apply  lor
permMon  to purchase  the  lollowing   deacribed
"commoncing at a post planled about wven
miles wr��t and one mile south Irom the mouth
of Stanly Creek, Naden Harbor, thence south 80
chain., thenc* wwt 10 chains, thence north 80
chain.. Ihence out 40 chain..
Dated March 17, 1911. ���    OtP* *��� *__**
Pub. April 22. Numa Demera. Agent
Skeena Und District-District ol Caajlar
Take nolle* that  I, llrenton Jordnn Moore ol
Princ* Rupert, U. C..occupation contractor, ntend
to apply (or permliulon lo purchaa* the (ollowing
""mmencl'ng,'at a poet planted __**��*__ **>"*
mllia aouth and (2) two mil��� weal ol the lo,k.
ol Whit* and Flat rivera, Ihence 80 chalna em lh
thonce 80 chaim weat, ihenc 80 chain, nortn,
thonce 80 chaina eut. ___-. ���,���,.����� una**
BRENTON JORDON MOullr.
Daied April 20, 1911. Francis S. Preaton, Agent
Pub. May IS.
Each new importation of French
materials ;mtl each new output
of domestic summer fabrics shows
a decided preference for pink in
every conceivable ihade, with coral
in ihe lead.
A stunning example of this is
displayed in a model Illustrated
today. Lower |>art of bodice,
sltrvi-s and tunic arc white striped
ciir.il pineapple cloth, trimmed
with a double row of black sitin
bands and black silk tassels. Skirt
and yoke of bodice are all-over
embroidered batiste in same shade
of pink and the raised wai>t line
is girdled with black satin.
The huge hat accompanying this
costume is pink Neapolitan with
narrow brim facing and crown
I'.unl of black satin and two coral
plumes on left side.
Social Notes
Mrs. Kergin will not receive on
Saturday nor again this season.
Mrs. W. M. Ward left tltis
morning with her two children
on the S.S. I'rince Rupert for her
old home in West' Virginia where
she will spend the next three
months.
Mrs.   George  Sweet   left   today
for a few weeks' visit lo friends iu
Vancouver, Seattle and Victoria.
Mr. J. \V. Scott) who has been
salesman with Director, Cohen &
Co., clothiers, for some time past,
leaves on Sunday for Bassano,
Alberta, to take over the management of the gents' furnishing and
dry  goods  department   in   that
town fur Gallagher Hros.
Skeena l.and Dlllrlct-Dl.lrlet of Caasiar
Tak. notlc*  lhat   1,  Charta  ��J-   Knoti^ o
Princo Rup��rt. H. C, occupation larmer. Inlend
to apply for permlwlon lo purchaae the lollowing
deacrilieil land.: ,   ,    ., ,-. ,,,._,
Commencing at a port planled aim, I three
mllea aoulh and (2)Iwo ���''l_* *** *?_fi0____
While river and Flat river, ihence aoulh 80 ch. m,
thenc* w��.t 80 chain., I hence north 80 ch.ina,
Ihenc* cut 80 chaim. ������,���, ,.a ., Kvmtiqr
Dated AprllHO, 1911. CllAlll.r.3 M_ K.NOI SI.
Pub. May 18. Kranci. S. Presion, Ag*nt
Skeena Und DUlrict -Dirtrlet of __**Jt___\
T.k. nolle* that Eldon S.  Dataller ol Kerl n,
Ont.' oeoupation  doctor. jg-fj*J��- *S__li,Z
nermlMlon   to  purchaa. the lollowing  d*crlb*d
Co'mm.nclng at a p-t ����* ",% "fife
weat corner of Ut 1028, tS��J ***** �����"
more or loaa, thence aouth In chalna "or. or leaa,
Ihonco we*l 00 chaini more or le.1, lh��n�� north
tr, chaini more or leea to point ol commencement
containing 140 acrei more or le".; _.--,.. _.n
I isted Mareh 81, 1911 E1.DON k_��S3_l__22_
Puh. April 16' John Campb*U. Agent
Miss A. I). Cavendish, who
has been with Mrs. C. V. Hen-
net t for the past week left this
morning on the S.S. Prince Kupert
for New Westminster.
room, is in close proximity to the
private rooms of the Sovereigns,
and has been constantly used
for investitures and the reception
of deputations. 11 was the favorite drawing-room of Queen Victoria, and was used every evening
by King Edward and Queen Alexandra.
The second is called the Green
Drawing-room, because it is entirely hung anil furnished with
green silk tlamask, and it contains
some of the choicest treasures in
the Royal possession. The cabinets round the walls are filled
with tlie celebrated and historic
service of porcelain made at Sevres
for Louis XVI., the color of which
is bleu du Roi, and the paintings
of the figure-subjects are the work
of celebrated artists.
The third and last is the Crimson Drawing-room where the visitors' tea is served, antl on whose
walls some interesting portraits of
tlie daughters of George III. are
hung, as well as two of die
King's brothers, the Duke of Cumberland and the Duke of York,
both by Sir Joshua Reynolds.
YOUR PLANTS
NEED EXERCISE
Food   Fresh Air and Frolic for
Flowers
Flowers do require a certain
amount of care and forethought,
and, like all living things not
given the care that is their due,
they will droop and die if not
shown regular attention or not
given their correct nourishment
That nourishment must be given
al exact hours and only under
certain conditions.
Too much water one morning
will kill its roots just as surely
as its leaves will wither and fall
off if not given its necessary drink.
Nor can all plants be fed alike,
some requiring more water than
others, aud this is one of the chief
points to bc learned when a col
lection of bulbs is bought.
The comes the question of sunlight. What exercise is to the
puppy or kitten so is sun to a
plant or (lower. No plant will
thrive if not given an hour at least
of sunshine each day.
-YOU GET-
What You Ask For
If wo liuvi' it in Fruit and
Groceries, antl we have it
almost unfailingly.    :   :   :
Omit Yon Eaten Cherry Pie ThU Season ?
We have the Cherries and
everything else to make
the pie.     :     :     :     :     :
YOU GET GOOD GROCERIES   AND    FRUIT
-AT���
Ideal Provision House
Third Ave., near Sixth St.    Phone 190
Mr. \V. __, Williams, of Williams
_\ Manson, left for Victoria this
morning to act as counsel for
defence in the trial of the sixteen
strikers of this city who will be
tried next week in Victoria. Mrs.
Williams is accomp.iiiying her husband 1" Victoria,
THE CRIMSON
DRAWING ROOM
Luxurious Surroundings of Royalty at Windsor
The Crimson Drawing-room at
Windsor Castle is the third in a
suite of reception-rooms which
lead to the dining room. The
first,  called  the White  Drawing-
PRICES OF
PARIS HATS
Parisian Milliners Sneer at
Modest Purchasers
Robin Hood
The Great Flour
of
Greater Canada
Your Dealer Has II
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Lots
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A local representative is wanted
for a territory tributary to Prince
Rupert to sell the hardy non-irrigated nursery stock grown by the
Oregon Nursery Company, Oren-
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must come   well   recommended.
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Thr*H�� to five minutes fromoen-
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Hot and cold water, bath ttnd
telephone. Newly furnished.
Under new management.
INSPECTION
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Builders' Hardware
Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves  ���
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We have a complete line of
Lenses, Field Glasses, Mineral Glasses, Compasses
and   Anerord  Barometers.
R. W. Cameron & Co.
Official Watch Inspectors
for the G.T.P.
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue.
PHONE 82
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The Scottish sports to be held in
Victoria on June 3 will be the lirst
to be held under the auspices of the
amalgamated Scottish societies oi
British Columbia, and it is hoped
to make them the best of the kind
ever held in the capital.
+ + +
The C. P. R. Cricket Club of
Winnipeg has challenged for the
J. Ross Robertson Cup, emblematic of the Canadian championship. The matches will be played
in July at Toronto. A Vancouver
team may send in a challenge for
the championship cup after the
international tournament next August.
+ + +
The Toronto lacrosse team has
lost the services of Billy Lavelle,
the tricky home player, who was
making good. He left for High
River, Alta., Saturday night,
where he has secured a good position.
+ + +
Stanislaus Zybzscko, the Polish
wrestler,   has just  sailed   for  his
native   land   after   a    successful
tour in the U. S. A.    In his final
match here hc easily scored two
straight falls over Paul Sampson.
Zbyazko has been wrestling almost
nightly   and   takes   home   many
American dollars.
+ + +
Catcher Schmidt, Detroit's mainstay   behind   the   bat   for   some
seasons, probably never will catch
again for the Detroit Americans.!
His injured arm has not improved. I
Duly   twice  has  he  appeared   in
the   Detroit   batting   order   this!
year, both times as a pinch pitter. |
In  the last three games, in all of
which pinch hitters were needed,
he has been overlooked, even for
that  duly.     The   prize   fight   hc
engaged   in   last   March   is   held
responsible for his injury.
+ + +
John   Melville,   manager  of  Al
Kaufman,   lias  agreed   to  match
Kaufman  against Jim   Flynn  for
a ten round return bout at Milwaukee some time iii June.   Flynn,
when here a few daya ago, signed
a   contract  to   fight   anyone   the
club could get to meet him, and
Melville   said   that   he   thought
Kaufman would sign  thc articles
on terms   offered   by   thc   local
promoters.
��� + +
The   Frankford   Club  of   Philadelphia, which will come through
Western Canada this summer, has
arranged the following fixtures:
August 24 or 25���Frankford vs.
Winnipeg.
August 29 and 3C���Frankford
vs. Vancouver.
September 1 and 2���Frankford
vs. Victoria.
September I and 5���Frankford
vs. Seattle.
September 7 and 8���Frankford
vs. Portland.
Double Weekly Service
S.S. PRINCE RUPERT ind S.S. PRINCE GEORGE
For Stewart, Sundays, 8.00 a.m.
mm*
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Mondays and Fridays at 8 a.m.
it. Prince Albert sails for Port   Simpson, Naas River Points, Masset,
Naden Harbor,   every  Wednesday, 1.00 p.m.
und fir:
Refuge Raw   Skidegate,   Queen
Charlotle City,   Lockeport,   Pa-
coli, Jedwav,   Ikeda liny,   Rose
Harbor  ami  return  via  Queen
Charlotte City every  Saturday,
1.00 p.m.
The  Grand Trunk Railway Syitem
connecting with trains from thc Pacific
coast operates a frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains over its
double  track route  between  Chicago,
Toronto,   Montreal,   Quebec,   Halifax,
Portland, Boston, New York and Philadelphia.    Information  and tickets obtainable from the office hereunder mentioned.    Trans-Atlantic bookings by all
lines arranged.
A. E. McMASTER
FREIC.HT   AND   PASSENGER   AGENT
Canadian Pacific Railway
���       B.C. Coait Service
Famous  Princess  Line
s.s. Princess May
������alls for-
Vmcmiw. Virion!   and   Seattle
Friday, June 2nd at 9 a.m.
J. G. McNab - General Agenl
Coast to Coast
OCEAN TO OCEAN
Tickets   To   AH   Points
ROGERS' Steamship and
Railway Agency
Second Ave.        Phone 116
S.S.  INLANDER
WebsterS
New
international'
Dictionary
The price of hats in Paris is
going tip by leaps and bounds.
Once il was quite possible to get
a very smart hat for 50 francs;
now 301) is quite a general price
in shops which are not even
first-class, and in all shops there
is nothing desirable to be found
under 90 or 100.
Milliners look aghast if one
exclaims and indignant if one
objects seriously. And they arc all I
alike. 1 went with a girl to look-
at some dresses for thc purpose
ol choosing a presentation gown!
this week, and when she said
that she did not want to pay more
than 8200 t<> S'22f> the saleswoman
pursed up her lips as if she had
said 45 cents and said it was
pretty close figuring.
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CALLA   LILY   CAKES
A New and Dainty Sponge Cake
for You
. ..FOR...
HAZELTON
SATURDAY, JUNE 3rd
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester   -   Agent
W. L BARKER
Architect
Second avenue and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
MUNRO  A   LA1LEY
Architect*,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS -:��� AUDIIORH
Law-Butler Building      Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 351
Three fresh eggs beaten together, then add one tablespoonful of hot water; into this beat
slowly one scant cup of granulated
sugar. Add to the mixture one
cup of sifted Hour, one teaspoonful
of baking powder, a,id one teaspoonful of vanilla, also a pinch of
salt. Drop the batter by scant
teaspoonfuls into buttered tins,
forming round, flat cakes, not
touching one another. Bake quickly, but not brown, as they must
be soft and pliable. Press together from thc outside while
hot Into the form of a lily. Fill
the cavity thus formed just before
serving with whipped sweetened
cream, place a small piece of
orange peel in the centre of tin-
cream for the stamen, and use a
strip of Angelica for a stem. This
recipe will make forty-eight cakes,
and served on a dessert plate to
|6&ch guest with a cup of cocoa
or coffee makes a delicious and
artistic refreshment for an afternoon party.
ALKRF.D CARSS.        C. V. BENNETT, B.A.
of llnli.li Cnlumlila of H.C Ontario. Sim-
and Manitoba Ban. katoh��wan   and  Al
berta Hani.
CARSS A BENNETT1
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Offlee- Exehanirr bliyk, eorner Third avenue and
Sixth Rtreet. Prinee Runert. I
WM. S. HALL, L. D. S., 1). D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work n Specialty.
All dental uperutiunn itkilfully tr-eat-nd. Om and
local nnanthetlcp administered for the patnleM m_.
tmetlon of teeth. Consultation fnee. l>ltlee��:
Helitenon Block. Prince Ruoert. 111.���
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...AND    rONTR.M-TOIW    flt'Pri.lEa...
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P. O. UOX 2*
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
ruriL or wm. i-oxon, twu., a.r.a.m..turn., *no
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE    AOENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORT8
SIXTH  STREET
PRINCE RUPERT
WXITI (nr ipMlnua ef *tm *l*Atmi tmjt.
r,.�� C. MERRIAM CO., f mW��k.,i, S,,luf *U, U.m.
U.etUm thli t*rm, MM F��H a M *l ft*** *__*���
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Fruit   :   Produce   I   Feed
WHOLESALE
Morton   -   3rd Ave. T ,H E    D A I LJY   NEWS
A Mirror
������
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
That may be safely
"packed" on a trip
is much in demand.
We have them in different sizes.    !   :      :
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C  H ORME
The Pioneer Druggist
PHONE   :   ;   ;   82
SkMM Land Dintrict-���Diatrict of Coust
Take  notict'  thut   1,   William  John  Corley  of
I'rinci1 Rupert, H. G<| occupulion runclior, intend
tu upply for pertnUaiun lu purchaao the following
| du.seriiH'(l lamls:
i Conunsnctng ut u post plantad nt tho southwest
comur of Lot :tO(!H, Rangfl 6, ("oust District, thence
south 'JO chuins, thence eust 40 chains, thunco
north mi) cliuins, thunce west 40 chains to point
of co mme ncoment, containing 80 acrw,  mure or
I less.
Dated April 8, 11*11.    WILLIAM JOHN CORLEY
I Pub. April 89.
I SkMJU Land District���District of Queen Charlotte
Islands
j     Take notico that QflOUTM \V.  Arnott of Prince
i Uupert,   li.   L\,   occupation   roal   ostato   broker,
. intends lo  apply  for  permission  to  purchuse   the
j lollowini described land-i;
Conmanoing ut a post plumed about seven
! milea und one-half mile west und one milo south
; (rom tho mouih uf istunly Cruuk, Naden Harbor,
thencu west m) chains, thencu south 80 chains,
, thence eust 80 chuins, thence norlh 80 chains.
- Duted Murch 17, lilll. OBO. W.  A KNOTT
j Pub. April 88* Numa Domoro, Agont
Coast Range 5 Land Diatrict
|     Take   notice   that   I,   John   Hepburn   of   Kit*
���umkulum,   occupution  farmer,   intend   to  apply
; for permission to purchase the followng described
i lands:
,     Commencing at a post planted at tho northeast
comer of Lot 8988, thenco east 20 chains, thenca
| south  40 cliuins,  thence  weet 20 chans,  thence
north 40 chuins to place of commencement.
johnShepburn
DOINGS OF
THE STEAMERS
Boats Out, In, and Due Since
Last Night
Classified
Advertisements
Willi    tlu
morning a
sengers left
City of
Prince  Rupert this
irgo number of pas-
I'oi- the snuth. The
Seattle calling last hist
. imu-.] M...-.-:,  19, IUll.
Tub April 15.
night on her way south also took
a number of passengers below,
In thr Bmall hours of the morning
the Hazelton and the Operator
left for up river taking a full
passenger list and cargoes, Due
tonight are the Camosun, and
State of California from the south,
and the Princess May is also
expected from the north.
AFTER POLO CHAMPIONSHIP
LADIES'
HAND BAGS
We have just received a
shipment of the newest
styles anil latest designs
in ladies" Velvet and leather Hand Bags. We especially invite you to call
and let us show you our
new  goods	
Skuena Laml Diatrict���Dutrict ol Coaat Range 5
Take notico thai   Henry  Macartney ol I'rinco
.Kuperi, u. c., occupation miner, intenda to apply , English Cavalry Officers Make
[of Mrajwon lo purchase the lollowinK deecribed I        D
���**g* -. ,  _ _\    the  Holders  Feel  Anxious
Commencing at  a  poat  planted on the aouth ;
ai. ir ol Kxchumaika Kiver, about 2 1*2 miloa from 	
iu conlluenee with the Skeona Kiver and about '
1-2 milt*, weal Irom Exchumalka rapid., tlience sn i(' uiailuill Press PespittelO
cnains   north,  thence  40 chains  east,  thenee 30 | '
chuins south. Ihence 40 chains  west to point o
commencement,   containing   320   acree   more   or
less,   i-ost markod "H.m. s.w. cor."_    _       I can grip on the international polo
PRINCE RUPERT'S    ,
GOOD PROSPECT ti
CONTINUED  FROM  l'AUE 1
{       Lost and Found
rOt'ND-Kurcka Cleaning and Preminfr Company. Mcn'a suits cleaned and pressed 11.00,
Lndiew' suits pressed and cleaned. Dry elean-
inir a specialty. Room 13 Woatenhaver Block.
phon* red 69. 121-147
FOUND-Elegant rooms; newly furnished. The
Hulklev Block, tith Ave., near Fulton.    lo'J-lni
For Rent
New York, June 2.���The Ameri
Oulcd April 22, 1911.
-Pub. April '.'J.
HENRY MACARTNEY
Skeona Land District���Diatrict ol Caaaiar
Take notice that   1,  Mary  Carin ol  Stewart,
ll. C, occupation married woman, intend to apply
(or permiaaion to purchase the loUowing described
land:
C. B. WARK
Jeweller
championship was given a shaking
today by thc challenging Kn^lisli
Cavalry Officers in the first match
for the trophy.
Commencing  at a poit planted two i'i)  milea 1 llC SCOtt'  WAS  AflAGftC&nS  4   1-2
soutli and Ci) two milea weat o( tho forka of the , .-      ,        , 0      t>i         t           r m\
Whita and  Klat  river*, thenco  DO chaina north, gttllsl England O*      1 JlC plUV Ol  the
thenco  tM* chaina  wvst,  thenco  .*"  chuina  aouth .   .                        ,    **,**                  _    *     * *
thenco su chaina east. visitors was brilliant and tla^lnng.
Uated April U0j lyil. MARY CABIN , i      i    j*
i'ub. Mai-13. Francis 3. Preston, Agent   SoillC KCCIl Contests arc ItuiKOU tor.
Skeena Land Dtatrict���Dutnct ol Quoen Charlotte
Take notice that Catherine Harrison, ol Calgary
Alberta,   occupation   spinster,   intenda   to   apply.
tor pernuau ���;. to purchase the fullowing described i
lands:
Commencing   at  a   post   planted  about   6   1-2 !
miles west and half a milo aoulh from the mouth '
of Stanley  Creek,  where it empties into  Naden j
Harbor, tiraham  Island, thenee 40 ehains nouth
tbence  40 cnains east,   thence  40 chains  north,
n ������-������������ 40 chains west tu point of commencement
anU containing .������" acrea moro or less.
Datei] March IT, lilll.
CATHERINE HARRISON
Pub Apr. 7. Numa Demers, Agent
Skeena Land Diitrict���District of Cassiar
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j HANDASYDE&HURT j
Canadian Rami (V,  Product!
Minintr Maehinery nnd
Contractors    Supplies
R'uiil Hnililinn and Cunorete Machinery
Airricultural.  Farm and  Dairy Supplies
Dump Cars and Wntrona
Gasoline Engines. Motor Vehlclca. Trucks
��� ~ ���
j OFFICE:   THIRD nnd FULTON
I   P.O  Baa 436     -     Prince  Rupert   j
A SPEECHLESS DINNER
Irish Members Entertained the
Colonial Premiers Last Night
(Canadian I'ress Despatch)
London, June '2.���The Irish party gave a dinner to the Colonial
Take notice that i, Alice M. Knoui. oi Princ. I Premiers in the 1 louse nf Commons
' Uupert, li. i ., occupation married woman, nj. :.
Co upply for permission to purchase the lollowing   lasl   nl ull t
i described lands: I **
I     Commencinu at a post planled about two miles ; In aceunl.inCe with CUStOfl) there
< south and two miles west ol the [orks ol White' *
|and  Flat  rivers,  thence north  -I) chains, thenr,- Were 111) li'.lMs "I   SIX I lIll'S.
l east  Ml  chaina,   thence  south  bO  chains,  thencv : .	
a west fill chains.
I Dated April -.1), 1911.          ALICE M. KNOUOE r.   .    ���������.    \._^���t.   ������J    l���,,,,���u���e
.Pub. Mai111.                    FrancisS.Preston.Ag.nl; f or    TOW    DOatS    antl    laUIlCneS
,   _,., ,       . ���     _       ' telephone   320  green.     Davis'
1 Skasena Land Dutrict���DUtrict ol Coast Range !i ,
Take not ce lhat I. John I.an Peters ol Prince Boat HoUSe.
Rupert, U. C, occupat on clerk, inund to appiy
lor permission to purchaae the [ollowing describe.! ���������������������������.������������
��� "commencing at a po.t planted about thr* an I "-AND   PURCHASE   NOTICE
Neatly Furnished Rooms;  gentlemen preferred.
Auply Mra. Mullin, over Majestic Theatre.
lW-lm
Co��y furnished rooms. Mra. Bower, Somerset
Rooms, Third Avenue, between Seventh and
Eighth, UT*tt
Nioe Furnished Rooms. Apply Mrs. Kirby. Abler
Block, upstairs entrance. Third Ave.       117-12-1
Several good 5 and 6 room houses with bath. |tt
per month.   O. M. Helgerson, Limited, phone
w. Hn-tf
New "-room house on Ambrose Ave., partly fur"
nishcd.rent $26.    Apply on premises or Box 674
*.   jf
110-U6
Nice, clean, bright outside rooms.
i-t h Ave., near Fulton.
Nice furnished rooms single or for housekeeping.
Apply Drexel Rooming House, 2nd Ave., near
McBride. May3-lmo
Bulkley Block
109-lm
JN   *mm***mmmm***m***t*
Help Wanted
1
+^.~^
one-nall miles ilui.tit   n a south westerly 4 rcc
Irom a bUnd slough Irom Observatory Inlet where
thc   same   touches   the   Indian   Reserve,   thenci'   skeena Laud Disirict���District ot Cout Ran
been six weeks in that pestilential
place when all were dead. Conditions now arc very, very different Sanitation is as nearly
perfect as modern science can
make it. *
;vOnce 40 Days Now 10 Hours
It means an outlay of $375,-
000,000 to complete the canal,
but the difierence in time between
the steamer journey at fullest
forced draught speed through the
Magellan Straits, and through the
completed canal, as is fort)' days
to ten hours. It will take only
ten hours for an ocean steamer to
cross the Isthmus. The benefit
of the canal to the world's commerce is of course evident. Among
its less noticeable advantages i>
the fact that its effect will be to
act as a wholesome check on
transcontinental railways that
might otherwise rack-rate transportation facilities.
Rupert Will Rejoice
From Prince Rupert's peculiarly
advantageous position on the great
trade   route  roillll!   the  World,   and I Nineteen youmrHTen to take eosy rooms In the
,        , , i       ,       , , ��� Hulkley Block, near Fulton. 109-lm
the fact that the harbor here is'
so superb, Mr. Magee confidently
predicts that Prince Rti|>crt will
naturally assume the place of
In mor as guest in the world-wide
rejoicings when the Canal is complete. Fresh crowned with the
achievement of her own nearer
and dearer ambitions on the completion of the Grand Trunk Pacific, our city will be able most
appreciatively to share in the
jubilation of the world's commercial
centres in l'.'lo, the more so because
the Panama Cana! means to Prince
Uupert   an    Increase   of   seaward
I
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Girl to do table and chamber work at Port Et.-
nington Hotel. Wages ��36 to HO a month wilh
l.iard and room. Apply Mrs. Black. Centrul
Hotel. City. 120.11I5
Experienced sewer for ladies clothes. Mrs. M.
O. Gebhardt. Westenhaver Block, I'ath Street
and 2nd Ave. HS-lill
District Manager for ftm class Health nnd Accident Insurance Company, Splendid inducements. Special salary and liberal commission.
Apply to J. L. McComb. Health and Accident
Department, Empire Life Insurance Company,
611 Winch Building. Vancouver. B.C.   114-120
Wanted���An A-l solicitor for the most liberal
Fraternal Orders in the world. Call room 2s,
Empress Hotel.   I. F. Madlem. 108-114
Wanted-5u0 good men to join the Order of Owls.
Call room ��t,  Empress  Hotel.   I.  F. MaiHi-m.
IHI.-IH
Fire Insurance
I
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THE British Union and National Fire Insurance
Company of London, Englnnd. with capital
of *.'.-<���'.������".'��>. See us for rates. The Mack
Realtv and Insurance Company. 7<>*tf
Situations Wanted
west 60 chains, thence north  SU ch^ns, thence   - T"'j; nottat'thai'T. Clara' Mai'' Little*oTPrTnce   Ir.ldl- ulily  tu be  paralleled  by   the
jjiii.t.r.  Intend   to
Ruiwrt.  U.   Ch   i<cupatlon
���l Range I
le ol Prlna
. m.  ... ���.._-.��� .ulnster, Inund i-
pply lor p-rmisaiun to purchaae the lollowing   prosperity brought from landward
the railway.
Mayor Manson Presided
a graceful compliment to
of   Prince   Kuperi.   which   made
Mayor Manson modestly hang hi>.
FOR SALE
."-riiom House on -tli
Avenue and McBride.
$700 cash, easy terms.
east BO chains, thence south Ml chains to point o
, commencement, containing I'lO acres more or loss
Paled April 11, l'Jll.        JOHN IVAN PETERS   diacribed lands:
! Pub. May 13. Commencing at a |>i�� planted at the north I |,\
[ weat corner ul Lot I'll'. Range ., Coast District a    *
Slikine Ijnil Pi.itnct -P.ilnct ol Cassiar 'thence ea.t  40 chains,  ther.ce north 23  chalna
Take notice that Sydney liodgkinson ol Tele-   thencc  w.et  31   chain    thence  north  20 chains
' graph Creek, 11. C, ajecupation clerk, intends to   thence west 10 chains, thence aouth 46 chalna to \\ it]j
apply  lor  permission  tu  purchase the lollowing' point   of   commencement,   containing   112   acm
described land. more or lesa. ��.���...���_,.  du -present miiuicip.il government
t ommencing at a post planled about a quarter   Dated April 4, 1(11. CLARA MAY LITTLE
mile north ea.t from a.....;-: llillle gad on tbe oaat   Pub. April l.a.
bank   ol  Stikine   River,   thence   es>I   20  chaina
ihence north 40 chains, thence  ne.t  20 chaina    sk,,.n, Und District    Dialrici il Coaat Range 6
tnence souih I" chain. !.. point ������! commencement       -| .,,,,��� la-aitcc thai Marv  lleelai. Ollilersleevc ot     , . , .,
and containing so acre, more or less. , Victoria. II. C, occupation hiiii..kccper. Inlend,   lIlMinutllsllcd     head,     Mr.     Mileee
Dated hob. 11, lull. ,,.���...,���.,   to ��|,|.l> lor permission to purchase the lollowing .     .    .    .. .
__.   ,    ,. 8TONB*'HODOKXNSON   decribed landa: Concluded   lll>   interesting   lecture.
Pub. AprU i. t.A. rervo, Agent (ommencing at a posl planled sl the anuthwit   ���,.        . ��� , ,
corner ol Lot S96. lUnge I, loan Dlstrict.thenca    Ilie    .Mayor   Was    Ullfol I un.i 1' I \
Slikine Und District-District of Caseiar ���_ '******* ���?ulMh*l,Min40.kch1,,r'l. TV """T *.   , ..���,,�� .11. .1     i���    innlno^    fnr     tho
Take nonce lhat Christian A. Tervo ol ;Slikine, cha"" north. ��">��"���� C,!,*,t, *'"' to p,"Vl ��'. 1""1|X-IIU|     lo     .ipolOglM'     lor     t lull  t . occupation customs olllcer. intends to apply ommencement, con ia'n""g-i' f f���".^.0''/T"-.. I J.,n,|.,r    ....li.a.w.p    ���,,|   l.r.   .1,���,|������v
lor permission lo purchase the following described ,       - ,       MAIU   MEATON (.lLDI.RSLLEM. , sil IKlt r   .lllllli IUC   .111(1    lilt.   .ipolOg}
lsnd- Dated April 17, 1911. . ,.   _. .     .
commencing at a post planted about thw  ''>"��� "W a- | Constitutes  a   distinct   rebuke   to
���;.���,;���������:- u( a mile north eut (rom lllacier ktllte
and un thu eut bank of Stikine Kiver and on the
south side of thc mouth of a little creek, thence
east 40 chains, thence north 41) chains, thence
west i" chains, thence south 40 chains to point
of commencement and containinu I'-'J acres more
ur less.
Dated Feb. 10. 1911. CHRISTIAN A. TBRVO
I'ub. April 7.
J
A claasifled advertisement Is a tireless work-
hunter���and seldom falls.
Chambermaid requires work in Prince Rupert in
first class hotel or rooming house. Apply Dnily
Newa Office. 121-125
By experienced man and wife as cook and helper
In mintnir camp or country hotel. Anply 11 I -
T . Optimist. 9.V��7
;       Boarders Wanted       j
Home Nofcad meals and nicely furnished rooms
for three persons. Apply Mrs. James, Scott
BkJff.. 3rd Ave., between bth and 9th SU.   85-tf
Private Board by the week or month. Home
cooking a specialty. Miss ��. M. Glceson, 3rd
Ave., between Tth and Hth Sts., phone 171. 89-tf
Real Estate
JOHN DYBHAVN
Exchange Block Prince Ku|n-rt
The Insurance People
FAtM-i l-l.K-a.--a II, IN*' HAM
il.T urn IUll
The Mack Really and Insurance Co.
rha.n.a IM Third Avenue and Fulti n Sl
.Skeena Und District-District ol Coast . PrillCC   RllDcrt.       Ihe  address  Was
Take notice that I-red \V. Uohler nl Kltaum-      . ,.
kalum, occupation farmer, Intends to apply  lor   HI Veil    OV    Mr.    Magee   Under    lhe
1-rjiaj.aiaaii   to   purchase   lho   following   doacribei . e      ,        _, , _       .
lands: .UlsplCCs    l'l     (lie    Uliard    nr     I r.lde
Commencing at a post planteil at the north- \   , .
east corner of     A. McLeod's preemption, thence    tile   Illllllbers   (ll   Wllldl   realise   tlif
20 chains aouth, Ihence 10 chaina east, thonoe 20 < . n . r, t
chains nos>h, thenoe 10 chalna mat to poet of i llllptirtailCe   til    1 linn-    Ktiptrl    (if
,., .     j.,    ,       ..,   _,      ...        ���.   . commencement containing 20 acres mnro or less,
bkeena Und District-District of yuoen Charlotte   n.ied April 10, 1911. HuSORIOB W. I10H1.KH ' lilt- I'anallla ( anal.     But evidently
��� , , Islands pui,, April 22. Kred Hampton, Agent I . ,, . ��� ,
Take notice that J. H. Murphy.ol Vancouvor, * presellt-dav   I'llnCe   RllIK-rt   prefers
U.  C, occupalion commercial traveller,  intonds   skeena Und District���District ol Oueen Charlotta! ' . .*      .���'
u, a|i|,l> lor isrmissiun to purchase ihu following      T,k(, noll��� that Hubert O. Craw ol Prln��:lhe   picture   show.      It   Will   he   a
describe,! lands: Huiiert, II. C, occupation agent, inlend, to apply     ... .      ,_,,
ommencing  al   a  |wat  planled   about   seven   (���, p,r���,i��i0n to purchaae the following dweribed . llllliTcll I sttirvill  11)15.
milns wost and ono mile south Iro.n thu  mnuth   \__mJfm
ul Stanly Creek, Nadon Harbor, thenco north ��0       Commencing  at   a  post   planted  about  6  1-2 	
chains, tlience west lu chains, thencs south SO mlci ���.,,, Jj3 hall a mile soulh ol Ihe mnuth of iifinnni nip _**_**
','''���.',""",'���'', ',",c '""' ������ ,.,���,���,v Stanley i rr..k where u emptlea Inln Nail.n HIIMKlll III III
Dal��l March IT, l'Jll. -I.jll.  Ml  I'.rm     ||���|������, Craham  laland,  llience east  40 chalna,    11U1TIU\JLl Lf 1     VV/e
1 ub. April 22. Numa Demers, Agent   ,(,,������  north  10 chains, thence weat 40 chaina,
' thenre south 40 chalna lo pnlnt of -commencement
Cout Land District   District of Skci-na *<"* ��"!'."in,"�� '*?���""��� """T.^-Tin- ��� mm
���  , ,       ,    ���     ,���        ��� , Dated March 17, IKll. IIIIBMIT O. CRhW
Taku notice that I, I unl Hri'tiiller, nf pub. April 7. Niima Dem-era. Agant
Porchar [llud,   occupation farmer, in- _        ,    .    .   -___.   _   , -    . -    .. .
tandtO  n.iplyf.ir  pemiission In  liu. "^S 'Zli'lTlTKnr.ilcS'r f��-i
the   la.ll.r.viiu: fnreshoru:    Liimineiiciii|| singion, occupation  merchant,  intend  to apply
at a post planted aliout Iii feet from the for permission . o purchase the following describe.!
atinn poit nf lot 1801 on I'orchiT In- "Hi
WIN THEIR CASE
White Pass Railway Must Now
Climb Down
STOKES'
ICE CREAM
is the purest and lii-st made in Seatttlc
This cream is used solely in
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
Second Ave. next to Optimist old offlca
THY IT
Fruit and Candy, wholesale   and   retail
Sam Gowen, Prop.     Phone 350
loiaiiiin iKMioi 101  idut on rorciHT is- -gjmwdM at a post planted nn the south
land,   thence   in   a   southerly   direction hank ul lhe  Kschumsika River and about  tour
followinK   llilfll  water mark   11!<K)   feet; mll�� ,r��m lu "nlluence wilh the Skeena Itiver.
,la.,,-.,., ������,._, 7,. I..,., ....... ,..,,-!���    ,1,   .... thrnee SO ehaina  weat,  Ihence 80 chains  north.
thence west to low water mark, tlience   lhlMin, ��, choln, ���,,; ,hnnce ,outh m Chalna
tinrtherly    following   low   water   mark    io point ol eommencemenl, containing 610 acrea
Inure nr less.
Daied April It, 1911. FHANK HICKS
, Pub. April 29.
12IK) feet; thence east to point of commencement.
PAUL BRENDLKR.
Dated March 7, l'Jll.
I    First insertion March 11
After  three  years of  litigation
during which the case was carried
In   the   court   of   appeal   of   the
Ui*trict of Columbia,  thc  lluni-
boldt Steamship Co., of Seattle,
has won its fight against the
White Pass and Yukon route,
which  was charged w th  diserim-
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Ex. S. S. TEUCER
12-inch Steel Car Wheela
Axels and Keller Hearings
-LARGE STOCK���
Rupert Marine Iron Works
J(��-*fc��l-��aJf^��.��t^.e��-
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NOTICE!
A ircncrnl m.M'linn nf the Pr*ce Itliport General
Hospiml.Associntiun will be held in the
Police Court Room
-ON-
Tuesday, June 6th, 1911
At 8 p.m.
Business:-To revise Uy-lawB of the Association
A. Cuthbert
Secretary
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Scotch Knit
Underwear
WHOLE GARRISON
IS WIPED OUT
Explosion at Nicaraguan Capital Killed Entire Garrison of
the Laloma Fort.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Washington, June 2.���One hundred and fifty soldiers were killed
in the explosion at the fortress
Laloma at Managua in Nicaragua,
which occurred early on Thursday
morning. Every person in the
garrison was killed and the fort
destroyed. The explosion is supposed to have occurred in the
arsenal.
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The particular dresser will be delighted
with the elegant line
of Scotch Knit Grey
Wool and Helio Mixed Underwear, just
arrived direct from
the knitters.     ::
The Helio Mixed is
a very superior line
of soft, fleecy wool
for the summer
months here. All
sizes,     ::    ::    ::    ::
The Grey Wool line
is in all sizes of two-
piece suits and combinations, very soft
and pleasing to those
with tender skin that
is usually irritated
by  wool  underwear.
ALLOW US TO SHOW
YOU     THESE    LINES.
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J j PHONE 297 -. I
Sixth Sireel Alder Blocl*   \
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A cUsslHed -idvertilfment is a reul estate salesman, and daiea not uften -count enough "to
count" In the net result.
Nineteen young men wanted lo rent cosy furnished in the llulkley Kooms. 6th Ave., near Fulton,
loa-lm
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For Sale
.Smith-Premier Typewriter In perfect condition.
Apply P.O. BoxsfBH. 11--1.M
All kind* of ,M00Qd hand good* fraught nnd sold.
F. M.Croiliy. Thinl Ave, between 7th and 8th
street*. 117-tf
No. 8 Sur Conk Stove in perfect condition, pipe
���nouith for 2 stove*; all for S1U. Apply at
Room 2.1. Fraser and 7th Street*, aeven to eight
In evening. Il7*wi
Over-Seas Club
Special Prices
IN MEN'S SPRING SUITS
= Reg. $20 and $251 j
jl     Suits Now     |1
|$15.00||
Martin O'Reilly
SECOND AVE.
PRINCE RUPERT
:::��wmimn��KK��Uttw����M����Ji����uuJt����jtx��tt������w������������w��u��Ku::;::t:::
Skwna Land DUtrict���DtflHrfot Coaat
Take nolice that WUliam McTavish of Vancouver, H. (-- occupation physician, intends to apply
(or permission to purchase the lollowing deacrhed
keena Und District���District of Coast Range V   lands:
Take notice that Charles V. Otter of Prince Commencing at a post planted at the *mithw<*
RttpVt H. <\, ireupation surveyor, intends to corner, 40 chain* north and 40 chains east of the
apply for permission to purchase tho lollowing northeast corner of I,ot lllfi, Ilarvey'a Surrey,
described lands: Coast  District,  Kange f>, ihence fiO chsins east
Commencing at a post planted at thc north eaat   thence 60 chalna north,  thence 60 chaina weat,
corner of surveyed lot W84, Range 5, Coast Dis-   thence 60 chsin* south to post of eommencemsnt
trict,   thenco  in  an  easterly  direction  along  the   containing 160 acres more or less.
southerly limit of surveyed lot 8991 and the pro-    Datod May 2, 1911.     WILLIAM A. McTAVlSH
iection thereof 40 chain* to a point, thence ��outh    Puh. May 6. Fred W. llohlrr. Agent
parallel to the easterly limit of surveyed lot 3984
aforesaid 60 chains more or less to tho northerly   skeena Land Distrirt���Distrirt of Coast Uange J��
limit of a timber limit (No. 4U98), thence wost        fake notice that little McTavhdi of Vancouver,        .      , ,
10 chains more or leas to a point in the pro ection    jj,   QH   occupation   married   woman,   Intends   to   schedule Ol IMICS illKI Classifications
southerly  of   tho  easterly   limit   of  surveyed   lot    apply  for  permission   to  purchaae the  following
;J9H1.  thence  In   a  northerly direction  along the    (|tVicrihed lands:
projection of the said limit and along the aaid Commencing at a poat planted al the north-
limil 60 chains more or loss to point of commence- ..., ,t corner 100 chains eatt and 20 chains north
ment, containing MO acre* more or loss. frnm ,|,. northeast comer of Lot 1116, Harvey's
Dated March H. 1911. CHARLES P. OTTKR    Survey, Cosst District,Range l.ttttMt 20 chalna
Pub. March 25. south, tlience 80 chain* ea*t, thence 80 chain*
north, thence 40 chains west, thenco 60 ehaina
'��� ���^^^��� soyth, thence 40 chain* west to poat of common-
..,....-,   l.himmm . cement, containing 400 acre* more or leas.
LAND    I.KASK   NOTICK ' Date.) May 2, 1911. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
Pub. May 6. Fred W. Hohler, Agent
A special meeting of the member* of the Over-
Sea* Club will I- held at the Weslhotme Lumber
Company's Hall on Wednesday next the HI InaL,
at 8 o'clock when membera are requested to return all unaold concert tlcketa and to make payment for thoae diapos��d of.
HARRY M. BIRCH.
119-122 Aiat.-Sec.
Notice
Take notice that John F. Matheison of thc City
of Prince Hupert In the Province of Uritish Col-
111.illnll   ill   r.Ill's   mini   Sk&KWSy   tO ! umblahai retired from the Htm of Matheison,
Wood A Company, plumbers and steamflltcrs of
the said City.
Iinlr.l at Prince Kppcrt. D. C. this 1st day of
May. I;i11.
F. J. MATHEISON,
. H. WOOD.
interior Alaska points. Tin- ruling
of the court of appeals will mean
that all railroads operating in
Alaska will be compelled to file a
Sheenn ljind Disirict -Distrirt nl Coast
Tske  notice  that   William  Munliird a     I'rlnd
ltii|ii<rt,   ll.   ('.,   occupation   prospector,   intends
In   apply   Inr   iktiiihshil   to   lease   thr--. fnliiwlng
ala-Crilliaal   llllllls:
Cummi-nriiie itt a post planted about 100 chains   l��m'":
aoulh ol  thu Indian   lb-serve on the essl nl.lo ol
tiooai! Hay and on the east side ol thia pcriinsull
thtBM south  hll cliains alnnu shore,  llii'iic-  -w,-at
���III chains to Ciiiw.- Hay, thunco north aloiiv sbure
Do awuy with tliin.     PttronlM n wliito
lauinlry.    Wliito ltttior only nl
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
ng i
KO chain*, thdiQI west 40 chains more or p-
pnnt., coniHioing 1120 a
P��ud Mnrrh rt, 1011
imt, contuining BSQ acres more or \t_U_
l)st��l Mnrch rt, 1911^    WILLIAM   MIIN|(j|U>
Pub. April 16. ^
- ., mwmm^mtpti .�����-. ............ ,-,...,.        i UK* notire mm i,race mcisvwi.oi vmpnnan
lor   iwrmisainn  to  leaeo  tM  lolluwing   ll. C, occupation marrle.1 woman. Intend* lo apnly
a    i  _*   i -��   ...  w.���   .   .        '"r pwndwlon to purchane tho lollowing described
S. O. E. B. S
The   Prlnoe   Kupert  WWiflo.
Knulnnil. meets the lirst nii.i Ullnl  ..
each month In the Carpent-r. Hall, at I p.m
|     ,  Skuena I.anil District���District ol Coast
ii.,."'<?  _'*!'" lh,t  I*.*"1"'  ����l,ln����ip  "I   I'rince   Skeena Land Disirict     Dl.lrin ol Coast Itanite 6
.'!",   IJ i   -' "��Tin.sHlon masler marlnir intends       Take nolice lhat Crace McTavish, ol Vancouver,
in   ii|iiiiy   fllF   I J -i<     i
du.rrllrfa.1 1
        i     (-omm.iii.-ini
"������������  south iii un i
no'S1,' ulH "," !'"' 'I"1 "'���'; "' **" iT'!','"'" '���*"'"������   iorii��"l'no"chVn'. . _.
���     u K, 2'   '',K _.���**!���"* '*""" *" '*"; WE" _**,   tb* imtfMM **m_ ol Lot HIU, llsrvey's Survey,
ll". ��"n.  nt   \ ,.',", VB '.'I chains mnre or li�� to t,o.s.. n,y,   .;������,   i,i���,r|,.,.  u,n,r ,   ���,���n^ ���', r{ ,      JS
'"   '^ ����* ft. ..^.^T^^r^rL^   __**> S _ch.ln.  nonh/ thenc. .40�� chs'ln.' Um
\ mure or 1,-sa.
Dale.1 March 8, tail.
whlcll will bfl open to the public
ii, protection.
The court holds that Alaska is a
territory of thc I'nited States
within the meaning of the Act of
Congress regulating commerce.
Up to 1005 thc White Pass &
Stikine Und District-District <* C��rtar y)lk(m   ,.,,(,(   ,���   f.,|otc   r a        ,���
Tske notice thst Christian A. Tervo ol Stlklna '
II  C. occupalion customs oflw. Intends to apply j | lawsoll,   I'llirbailks   illlll   other   111-
lor isirmlssion to purchaae lha lollowini deurihed |
tenor Alaska ports and refused
to work iu connection with the
Humboldt Steamship company.
The Humboldt company wan
compelled In secure the local rates
from Skagway to the interior,
which it is alleged were higher
than  the through rate offered by
the  Alaska Steamship company
and the Pacific Coast company.
Commencinu at a post planted about 18 chainn
north west M tho customs warehouse at Stikine
II. C, thenre west 20 chains, thence soutL 20
chains, Ihence east 20 chains. Ihence north 20
chains to pialnt of commenement and containinK
ill acres more or loss.
lu.iM lib. 13, IUll.       CHRISTIAN A. TKKVO
I'ub. Aprl 7, .
t at a post plantod eltonl Um chains   latuls
Indian Iteserve on.the nasi .|,|e ol |     CmmenrlnR al a post planted at lho aouthweat
Unwind
. at the ���	
and 20 chains north ol
containinR H20 acrea more or li
I1S1.-.1 May 2, 1(11. ORACH McTAVlSH
I'ub. May 0. F���d W. Bohler, Ai.nl
TRY    THE   "NEWS"   WANT
AD. WAY OF FINDING
NATURAL RESOURCES
SECURITY COMPANY, Ltd.
PAID UP CAPITAL $250,000
���OFFER   FOR SALE���
Townsites Farm and Fruit Lands
���JOINT OWNERS AND SOLE AGENTS OF-
Fort George Townsite        Massett Townsite
HEAD OFFICE:- 606 BOWEK BUILDING, VANCOUVER, B.C. 8
������ ��� ���  H
Local Office:             Alder Block              Sixth Street jj
 ���  J
Bankrupt Sale
Estate   of    The    Brin    FurnJture_ComPAriy
Acting under instructions of
the creditors we are forced to
dispose of this stock before
July 1st. . . Entire Btock of
High-class Furniture, Carpets, Ungs, Stoves, Etc., will
be  sold   regardless  of   cost.
NO
REASONABLE
OFFER
REFUSED
Now is the time to furnish
your home at prices that you
will never have a chance to
'lo   again.     :     :     :     :     ���
Mr. W. Staples of Vancouver
is now in charge of the
salesroom.     :     :     :     :    :
1 C. B. L0CKHART
>signee |f

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