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 The Prince Rupert Optimists
DAILY  EDITION
^CTOKIA, ^^ \
VOL. II,   NO. 95
Pkince Rupert, B.C., Saturday, April 29, 1911.
Pki('.a Iive Cents
MALL IEETIG FAVOR
SIR WILFRID LAURIER WILL NOT
ATTEND THE KING'S CORONATION
"My  First   Duty is to the People of Canada/' he Says���Will Defeat the Conservative
Policy of Obstruction by Staying at Ottawa and Fighting the Reciprocity
Bill Through the House---His Place May be Taken by Sir
Frederick Borden and Hon. Mr. Brodeur
iSpeeial lo the Optimist)
Ottawa. April 20. Sir Wilfrid
Laurier will nol attend the Coronation ol King George or the
Imperial Conference, unless ihe
Opposition desist from their obstructive tactics and allow the
work of Parliament to go on.
This announcement was made by
the Premier himself in the House
last night. "My first duty is
to ihe people of Canada," lu- said,
"antl I inlend In slay here and
pn-s- through the agreement."
Borden Wanted to Know
The incident arose when Hon.
R. I.. Borden inquired what was
the Premier's intention regarding
"tin- approaching events in London." The answer was awaited
with breathless interest byacrowd-
til I louse. Sir Wilfrid briefly said
thai his original intention had
been to attend thc Coronation
and the Imperial Conference in
company with the other Colonial
!'��� micro. With that object lull.ul booked a passage six weeks
ago, but recent developments in
ilu- House had altered his plaits.
The Opposition had see-., lit to
embark on a policy of oltst , cting
thc work of the House.
"First Duty to Canada"
"The Government," he said,
"has committed itself to put the
question of reciprocal trade with
the United Slates, to a vote of the
House. They wen- determined
to carry that intention into effect,
and have the agreement ratified
by the Hou.sc. If tin* Opposition
persist   in  obstructing   the  work
of Parliament in order to prevent
tin- matter from coming to a vote,
then my irsl duty to the people
of Canada, is lo stay anil press the
agreement through the House.
That is my intention."
Will Obstruction Continue?
The announcement is ilu- lead-
big topic of conversation in Parliamentary circles, and ii is looked
upon as most likely that Sir
Wilfritl will not go to England.
It   is  fell   thai   lhe  fight 'over  lhe
reciprocity agreement will be long
and bit ter. The general feeling of
tin- Opposition is that it is better
t<�� defeat ilu- bill than have Sir
Wilfritl attend the Corona tion.
In the event of Sir Wilfritl
Btaying at Ottawa, il is likely that
bis place will be taken by Sir
Frederick Borden and Hon. Mr.
Brodeur.
After the Limelight
Washington, April -7. Another
declaration that annexation is the
tit-sired end in pushing reciprocity
figured in today's debate. Representative Prince of Illinois, a
Republican, attacking the Canadian reciprocity bill sounded the
annexation note. He said Tail's
speech at New York on Thursday
furnished his text, lb- saitl that
the pouring of Americans into
tin- Canadian Northwest and the
attitude of ilu- controlling forces
in the Democratic parly mean
nothing less than annexation, re-
. iprocity anil partial free trade
with Canada bring an initial step
towards lhat end.
CRESCENT   B'S  VS.   TIGERS
Fast Basket Ball Game in Auditorium Last Night
A fast basket ball game was
played last night iu the Audi
torium between the Crescent It's
���t the Baptist Brotherhood, aud
"ht- Roller Rink Tigers.
Although fast, and full of vim. the
game was free throughout  irom
I symptoms of rough play. It
was watdied by an enthusiastic
crowd.
In the last half, which was
especially good, the Tigers made
i*ome very pretly passing, art! Ihe
Crescents, who held their own
splendidly showed capital form.
The line up of the teams was as
follows: Crescent H's, Centre ('..
Johnston; forwards, Lee Dell anil
R. Benson; guards, McGregor and
B. Sitlyl. Rink 'liners: Centre
("a. Thomas;  forwards, E. Water
man and llassell anil in lhe last
ball R. Ross: guards, 11. Mobley
antl F. Ross. Referee Ramsay,
ami  Umpire Ray Bowers saw fair
during   tlu-   game,   and   proved
popular in their work. Skating
was engaged in after the match.
The cakes and pies made by
Reilly's Bakery are oven better
than lite bread.
POPULATION OF 40,000
HERE ftp TEN YEARS
Prediction   of  Engineer   Thompson  of Seattle���Has
Studied Conditions-���Better  Chances Than
Seattle���Got the Goods Up Here
"Inside of ten years there will
be a population hen- of over
10)000 at a very conservative
estimate. In 1881 Seattle had a
l>opulation of 2,2(10 today she has
��ver 300,000 antl there are far
"ion- opportunities in and around
Prince Rupert than theft- are,
or ever were in Seal tie. You have
enough resources antl wealth in
llu; tributary country to support
���i city of many millions of people."
rhese  interesting  statements
Were made by Mr. R. II. Thomp
son, city engineer of Seattle, who
lias been consulting wilh City
Engineer Davison the waterworks
plans antl who has studied conditions here. He returned to
Seattle this mottling to put his
men to work compiling data on
the waterworks proposition that
will be submitted to lhe council
in his report. 11 is likely lhat he
will return here in the course of
two weeks. His assistant, Mr.
Carver, is still here and will
remain until Monday.
THE NEXT GREAT  ��� WAR"
with America  proposing arbitration, nil parties in tho t'nited Kingdom in
favor of lt, nnd  the German I'resa anal  rnrllament apprOTlng,  the next groat,
"w��r" ought to bo conducted as above.���London Opinion.
GOES ON TO STEWART
The Prince George Brought In
240 People Today
After Captain Robertson had
made that pretty landing this
morning at ten o'clock the S. S.
Prince George landed 210 passengers, 112 first class antl 118
second class, 70 Ions of freight
and a big consignment of mail.
There was nobody ol international
importance came in.
The Prince (ieorge will leave
for Stewart tomorrow morning
at eight o'clock and for Vancouver
at eight o'clock on Monday morning*
ON SOCIALISM
Rev. F. W. Kerr Will Give Second in Scries of Addresses
In lhe Empress Theatre on Sunday evening at 7.30 Rev. 1'. W.
Kerr will give ilu- second addrei
on Socialism.
PLAYGROUND
FOR KIDDIES
To be Built at Public School at
Once
The lirst  annual church  parade
of the I. (). ().  F. will  lake place
on Sunday morning ot the Presbyterian   service   in   the   Empress
Theatre.
Day's D and D's
Two of lhe police court in
cvi tables appeared before Magis
irate Carss today. Charlie Rose,
a mixed blood Indian from Up
river was fined SH and costs for
having tasted the seductive tanglefoot, and a notable named Her-
rickson also made his bow to thc
Magistrate to the tune of a five
spot and costs.
Opium Case Remanded
After a prolonged hearing yesterday the opium case in which
the woman Gipsy Hamilton figures
accused of running a hop dive, has
been remanded lill Monday.
Two Vancouver bakers who are
in a position to know said lhat
Reilly's Bakery lunch carries a
larger assortment of pastry than
any place in Vancouver.
WILL CALL FOR TENDERS
School Board Deem Ita Duty to
Their Charges to Provide
Good Thing Growth of the
City Beginning to Cause the
Board Anxiety.
('.roups of red blooded healthy
Prince Rupert children will soon
have an itleal place to play in
for the Public School Hoard have
decided to call for lenders for the
erection of a playground adjoining
the school, measuring Sl) x !)() feet.
"It's our duty, gentlemen, lo
provide a place for the children
to   play,"   said    I).   ('..   Stewart,
chairman of tlie Hoard al the
meeting yesterday afternoon, and
bis colleagues recognized the gospel
of lhe statement.
City Engineer Davis will prepare
plans and specifications. He advised ihe Board to level oil a pari
of the ground adjoinging the school
anil pul some wood planking down,
unlil the time came for equipping
a permanent and up to date playground.
The new school is to be insured,
also the con len ts. About 125,000
will be carried on the building and
aboul 81,000 on the furniture.
M. M. Stephens will fix up the
policies.
Some of the kiddies are playing
"hookey" too often these days,
consequently a truant officer will
be appointed. It is proposed
to ask the Police Commissioners
to allow Chiel Vickcrs and his
men   to  see   lhal   the  youngsters
hie to the knowledge depot.
Growth is Expensive
May be il will be necessary lo
revise the estimates for the year.
An estimate was sent on to the
city council, but so fast is tlie cily
growing thai the Board considers
more money will be needed than
was at firsl thought.
The old sell-ml o i Second avenue
will probably by used to accom-
| BASEBALL SCORES j
+ +
Northwestern League
ARBITRATION   WELL KNOWN
IS FAVORED CAPTAINS
At Vancouver
Tacoma
Vancouver
At Seattle
R.  II.
7    12
R
ii. k
Portland lo   II
Seattle  a    :s
At Spokane��� R
Victoria  2
Spokane   A
II
0
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National League
Chicago '.i, Pittsburg  I.
Philadelphia t), Brooklyn 5.
Boston 0, New York '.i.
Coast   League
Sacramento0, Portland I.
Los Angeh-s o, Vernon 3.
Oakland 2, 'Frisco 0.
American   League
New York 2, Boston 1.
Washilgton 2, Philadelphia 1.
Cleveland 3, Detroit 5.
modate children living near it, or
either as a high school.
There are still iwo vacant rooms
in the new school, but it will only
be ;i short time before these are
full. New pupils are asked lo be
on hand by May 1st at lhe school.
lied Carton, the janitor, wants
a raise of pay from $75 to IHI a
mouth.
A number of accounts wen-
passed.
PROTECT
FUR SEALS
Many Japanese Sealers Off Our
Coasts Today
JAPAN SENDS OFFICIALS
Conference Being Engaged in
Early in May to Devise Better
Means of Protecting the Fur
Seals During Breeding
OlT   the   coast   of   Vancouver
[aland ami northwards along the
Pacific coasts adjacent lo Prince
Rupert will be this summer a greai
many Japanese scaling schooners
These boats are following the
held- of  fur  seals  north   to  their
breeding grounds in  ilu-  Bering
Sea. The Japanese have been
refitting and building more vessels
than ever ihis year to prosecute
the fur sealing industry, antl the
officers of the I . S. antl Hriiish
patrol fleet and fishery cruisers
expect a busy lime keeping lhe
sealing vessels outside the limits
for the protection of lhc seals.
By the Inaba Marti, just arrived  at  Seattle from  Hongkong,
there travelled Hilopsi Dolce and
Tasaku Kitahara, representatives
of the Japanese Government to
the conference of powers Interested
lo be hehl in Washington early in
May.
The object of the conference is
lo devise better means for the
protection of fur seals iii the
Pad c Ocean. The announcement
of their coming was received by
Collector Harper, with Instructions
from lhe department at Washing-
Ion io extend the usual courtesies,
including   the   free   entry   of   die
baggage of the representatives of
the Japanese (iovcrniiiimt without
examination.
Between Great Britain and the
United States
IDEA HEARTILY ENDORSED
Asquith and Balfour Move Resolution in Favor at Guildhall
Today. It Meets with Enthusiastic Response.
London, England, April 20.
Arbitration between ilu- United
Stales antl ('.real Britain in the
event of dispute is the idea embodied in tt resolution moved by
Mr. Asquith ami Mr. Balfour
The resolution was enthusiastically
endorsed at a great mass meeting
liehl in the Guildhall today.
RECORD IN HALIBUT
Huge  Catch   Landed   at  Vancouver
(Special to the Optimist)
Vancouver, April 20. Today die
shing steamer Kingfisher arrived
in port from ilu- halibut banks
bringing in lhe largest cargo of
fish ever landed at Vancouver,
The total haul numbered 300,000
fish of the finest quality.
SEATTLE MAN SHOOTS HIMSELF
E.    E.    Breham,    President   of
Logging   Co.,    Quits   Life
Capt. Mcintosh of the Royal
and Capt. Reid, Vancouver
WILL SIT  WITH  JUDGE
Formal Investigation Into the
Sechelt and Iroquois Disasters to be Opened on Thursday. Justice Martin to Preside.
Victoria, April 20.���Captain Mcintosh of the S. S. Princess Royal,
and Captain Reid, harbor master
at Vancouver, have both been
appointed assessors to sii with
Justice Martin in a formal investigation into the circumstances
of the Sechelt and Iroquois wrecks.
The investing!ion will begin on
Thursday next.
(Special to the Optimist)
s.-aith-, April 20.���E. E. Breham, President of the Brown's
Bay Logging i 'orapany, committed
suicide here lasl night.  I le strolled
to lhe edge of (he Great Northern
Dock  antl   there drew  .t  revolver
suddenly and   shot   himself.    Hi
body fell into the water.    11 wa
recovered shortly afterwards.
Bush   Verbiage
"If vou really can't help coming
out with Mich expressions, you
must take lo the bush whenever
you feel vou want lo give vent to
them," was the advice giVen by
Magistrate Carss this morning
lo D. Olh-s who came in f.ir a
stein admonition on being found
guilty of having let loose some
lurid language on Second avenue.
One of Twins Dead
Regrel was fell at lhe Hospital
this morning over the death of
one of the little twin daughters
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles l.owc.
The little lassie was only a day
oltl.
Kidnapped
While    Mr.    and    Mrs.    Elmer
Cameron and sou were in Rcillys
Bakery for lunch yesterday, the
kid napped.
TO BUILD CITY HOMES
New Company in Prince Rupert
Has Very Bright Future
In order that persons coming lo
reside in Prince Rupert may without extensive outlay at first, purchase for themselves comfortable
modern residences on well situated
lots wilhin e.isv reach of the
central business district of the
tin. lhe new linn known as The
Prince Rupert Building and Investment Company, is prepared
to erect houses on inner section
lots and to make these over lo
purchasers by the system of a
small payment down and instalments like rent. By investing
in suitably situated lots now, the
company will become possessed
of very valuable property for
busi,h-ss sites as the city increases
iu si/e ami population.
All (he members of the Board of
Directors  are   resident   in   Prince
Rupert,  thoroughly  familiar with
Conditions here, and n-pil table business men.   President and Secretary
are Messrs. M. P. McCafTcry and
E. C. Gibbons, real estate men ol
experience.     Vice- presidenl   anr1
Treasurer are Messrs. Joseph Ilia
ey and Cordon  Bain, well-know
contractors, and the fifth membei
of the Board of Directors is Mr.
W. I-'.. Williams, barrister. Already
ilu- company has begun the erec- .
tion  of  ihree modern  collages at
tin- comet oi Dunsmuir street and
Fifth avenue, and it is planned to
build a large number of modern
houses ihis summer. With a
capital oi 150,000 which is divided
into 8,000 shares of 110 each tin's
new  company is worthy of the
attention both of persons anxious
to own their homes by an easy
system, and those who wish lo get
ill on the ground floor of an
investment that is certain t<> tlo
well.
LOS ANGELES POLICE
HAVE GOT CONFESSION
McManigles Action in  Refusing to  See  the Defence
Lawyers Accepted as Evidence  He  Has  Confessed to Times Dynamite Outrage
(Speci.il to the Optimist)
Los Angeles, April 20.    rod.iy
all doubts regarding the exlstenci
of a confession in connection with
Hurry   Back
Rev. !���'. W. Kerr is going lo
Vancouver on the S. S. Prince
(ieorge. lie will also visit his old
chum Rev. M. G. Melvin of New
Westminster while away. Mr.
Kerr will return in ten days'
lime.
Namara brothers.   The only men
he  will   see.  now   are   those   con-
net let 1 with the prosecution.    This
in   the  opinion   of   the   public  is
ilu-   strongest   possible   indication
the  l.os Angeles   Times dynamite I that McManigle lias divulged what
conspiracy wen- removed by Mc-lhe knows.
Manigle himself when be declined j For Iwo days no very definite
to see Attorney Harriman, former details regarding  tin- steps taken
Socialist candidate for Vlce-Preel-lhave  been   available,   but   that
den I who is also appearing for the I Important progress has been made
prisoners. McManigle also re- along ihe lines indicated is eeruhi
fused to see counsel for thc Mc-1 today.
_ THE    PRINCE   R U P E R I'    OPTIMIST
The Prince Rupert Optimist
T
DAILY  AaN'D WEEKLY
HE OPTIMIST ia the leading newspaper of Northern British Columbia,
has grown up with the city.
Heading Notices and Legal Advertising are 10o per line.
Fruit    :   Produce    :
WHOLESALE
Feed
H. H. Morton
3rd Ave.
MUSINGS   j = THE COSY CORNER
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Do You Want to Invest in the
Best Mining Proposition
in British Columbia?
Daily Edition.
Saturday, April 29
"A DANIEL COME TO JUDGMENT?"
Not merely the "Friends of the Indians," but lovers of justice
the Dominion over, will rejoice at the news that >ir W'ilirial Laurier
and the Dominion Cabinet are considering means of bringing the claim
of the British Columbian Indians to a tiile in liritish Columbia!
lands before the courts, making the Government of British Columbia,
a p.inv in the action. In this way, Sir Wilfrid Laurier hopes to bc
able to secure just treatment for the British Columbian Indians.
It is a strangely anomalous set of circumstances, when a Pn
of Mri:i-h Columbia refuses to allow an appeal to justice for ihor-.
of the inhabitants of the Province, and has :*i be dragged unwi
into court by the Federal powers.   It is a situation that probablv arises
out of tiit- fact that the liuli.ui> have no votes.   Hon. Mr. Bows
has enunciated the theory irom a Vancouver platform, that his govt i
ment being elected by Conservatives, owes no responsibility to
Liberals.    The action of Premier McBride in refusing ilu* Indiai -
this measure of justice is probably an extension of that thenn-.
Lovers of justice must not forget that the Indians are not ask
the government to acknowledge their claim u. a title in the lands they
occupied at the time thev surrendered sovereign ownership. Thej
are merely asking the Government to submit their claim to the courts
of justice to decide. Premier McBride's refusal to go to court and his
insulting references t>> the friends of the Indians, tell iheir own tale.
No one will deny that prior to the coming of thc white mai
lands occupied by the Indian tribes were owned by them.   Sir Fran -
Drake recognised that, when in 1679 he .pveptetl theii allej .   ���
the British crown, as sovereign owners of the lands ;���- the north ol
New Albion the British colony lying to the south of the present inter-
nation ���   oundarj ,  Two hundred years later when in 1763 tl e Indiai s|
surrendered their sovereignty t" King George, it was expressly state
in a Royal proclammation of that day, that the Indians owned tl
land, and that the Crown recognised the Indian title to all those Indian
lands which had not been ceded to ..r purchased by the Crown.
Briti-h Columbia is the onlv Province in Canada whieh does
recognise the Indian title.   The recognition of native title i> one ���:'
the ,.-reat principles of Great Britain'? dealings with native peoples
\- tt.ir.> of the Government, and because they have no spokesman
in Parliament, n>>r any part in electing or influencing legislatures,
governments have always been very jealous of their honor, to see that
they protected the rights oi the native-.   And this tt.t- the polio
in Briti-h Columbia until the united colony was formed in 1866, who
the government of that day repudiated the Indian   claim- and trial,
to absolve themselves ol responsibility by granting a few reserves
to the various Indian natia -
If the Indians have no title to the land, it can be very ���
settled by *i judgment of the Supreme Court >.r the Privy Countil.
To refuse to recognise ihe title conferred in the historic papers, and
to refuse to allow a cun of justice to decide thc question is not ..:���.
honorable attitude for a guardian government t*. take. It i�� a policy
worthy only of .i set ol claim jumpers.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier'- efforts to have tin whole matter submitted
to the courts will commend themselves to every lover of justici
Canada
VI   ,.'. -���   ��� g il arei it-, the
SALMON BEAR RIVER MINING COY. Ltd.
At a pr t will make you l
i; A SHORT TIME
2000 Shares
For $55.00
Payable $13.75 Cash
Balance 3. 6 lanal 9 Month.
.\-..v. - a   run from $25.00 ti
per ton.
i to Investigate this prop-
��� ���   ���   ;tt once.
- FOR PROSPECTUS APPLY
0. B. Bush & Company
:nd Ave. Prince Rupert
Sudden light has dawned within
the City Hall, that region of dense
darkness or dark denseness aldermen Mi- entitled to take their
choice of terms). The windows
of the City Hall have been cleaned.
The long-baffled Spring sunshine
streamed in there yesterday, and
even the Mayor's room was illuminated by .1 brilliant gleam or two.
Brilliance, il do hope il tt.:- nt I
simply inadvertanci   has  Iso i
ed   sudden   as  a  lif  ' : -
| from my old friend, the Empire.
Just   re.nl   this   from   yesterd \ -
edition:
"While an old shack on First
avenue, near Burn-' butcher sl
was being removed a day or two
ago, relics of the - >od old days
were uncovered, i eluding a large
quantity of syphoi - and tttl -
lt was the site of a blind pig."
"Site of a blind ;,:-   is good,
DEVOTED  PRINCIPALLY  TO
l'HE 1NTEUKSTS   OF   WOMEN
 ~��.���~~ ^.^..^.4.1
This is a little section of the paper, whieh from day to day will be devoted | is only a small attic 8i< n
to subjects of special interest to women.   Any and nil of the ladlea of Prince Rupert '      '"I'ler
are invited to contribute to its columns, ami to lake pan in its discussions, Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Coay Corner" will till a social need.
��� ���
Grand Hotel..
WORKINGMAVS HOME
Sprint; Beds, clean W h tt  SI ���.  tl  25c
Rooms 50c
BEST  IN   TOWN   FOR   THE   MONEY
J. GOODMAN. Proprietor
To Boat and Gasoline Launch Owners
I hive 8 lot* for 1 ew   16 foot
road bj   Hays Creek,  all very cheap
$425to$a53l    ��� -��� ' View  from
the entrance of the harbor almoit  to
Tucks Inlet   Idt al little shelter.
More trouble for my poor friend
the old-timer antiquary'* I nul
him List night, and he greeti I
me with tears in his eyes tnd a
~ort of choking in the throat. I
misled you the other a! iy," he sai
sadly, "I was misled myself about
that tirst solitary pile 1 told you
they had put in position after
two years, on thi Government
Wharf. It isn't positively in position yet after all. It was only
in an experiment.: - ige and I'm
just afraid it may be another two
years >>-t before tl e first pile is
well and truly placed."   After my
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BUILDING A BUNGALOW
new style of cottage known as
the two-story bungalow.
Gives More Room
Properly speaking, the original
bungalow  is but one-story high
with a low roof, so low that there
ii, A two story bungalow is nm
unlike what we have heretofore
called a story and one-hall cot.
tage, the principal difference being
thai a low spreading elfin |g
emphasized, giving it a bungalow
appearance, but at the same ijmc
providing considerable spate on
lhe  second   floor   for  lied   rooms,
eil musi I..-.i iiung- Dormers and low gables arc used
ncarlv ever)  girl 0f to the best advantage in obtaining
type wh,-,, sh,-'plans "*1 and a.r and increasing the
out the first ideas of house-building ��k of the rooms,
with  thc husband of  her choice. Might Please as Well
Bui ought It to be a bungalow? Using a number of the attributes
There is more in the question than Lf regular bungalows such as wide
you might at irst think. brown stained siding, or shinglei
Consider Conditions ,ai(, ;.,  n|sti(. ,;lshiim   wjt)l sh|w
Where a  few  hundred  dollars rafters under the eaves, a broad
more or less in the construction | porch  of simple design, a targe
living room, bay windows and
fireplace, a decided bungalow ,ip.
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������(H emir
alow." ��l\
ihe artistic
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SMART COLLAR EFFECT
for boat             the grade, and easily own  mild  efforts at  encouraging
accessible. ,      ,.                       ....     ,. .
BUY AN ACRE AT DELKATLAH   .tlu' Government   Pile  Driver on
for your summer resort where the rain- his achievement.   1  felt  nearly as
fall is one third that of Prince Rupert, r           ,i     old-timer   tint   we
the toil perfect and the beach delight- rr>   as   llK   ""'���������'������ir   llwl   we
ful.   Those                             eagerly were both misled     But cheer up,
bought and it lathe only, townsite ever t!wt Government Wharf may lake
survev was
two thir.ls solii in-fore  the
gazetted.
C. M. WiUon. Room 14. Alder Block
Phone t>�� Blue. P. 0  B  . . ��� r at Central Hot*!
^^^^^^^^^^^^^ may
a long time to 1 uild, but so
the Pyramids of Egypt, and
how long they've lasted.
MACK.
Sailor Styles Will  Be  Popular
This Spring
Sailor collar- lead in neck finish
on most of the best looking modi Is
for spring >uiis and a stti
example is shown in today's cui
The suit i> black satii and the
coll.tr and undersleevt - an ai ru
Russian lace .-ver white satin. A
band of satin trimmed with Mack
silk soutache braid borders the
collar and sleeve- and form- the
gauntlet cuffs, also i Igii, the tie
of Mack plaited chiffon.
of a home is not a vital matter,
when the lot is of sufficient size
to plan it properly, and when the
'li.. ation is appropriate for a one
ston   bungalow,   a  bungalow   is
an ideal home,  but  when  these
conditions can not be combined
when building, ii is far better to
build *i home suited  to one's lot
means, and then as a com-
use, apply to it such bungalow features as may prove
Ipropriate and attractive.
The First Problem
>-
H. F. McRae
F. R  C. Br. ws
cable address:
'Raemac Prince Rlpert"
H. F. McRAE & CO.
Financial Agents
SECOND AVE. PRINCE RUPERT
PHONE 205
For Rent-���Commodious House, close in, 5th Ave.
For Sale���Two excellent level lots near the Cold
Storage.   $50 down; balance $10 month.
We have also the best buy in Section One.
Windsor Hotel
FIRST AVEME at eighth street
Newly Furnished and
Steam Heated Roomi
A FIRST   CLASS BAR   AND   DINING
Rhi'M IN CONNECTION
l:\Tis SO CENTS AM" IT
BATHS   FREE   TO   QUESTS
ROBT. ASHLAND
po. m 37
ANGELS DELIGHT
Makes   a   Delicious   Sweet
Your Guests
for
Kg      Ki i-\ii:-. r\i;:-,,\>
��S Etc.
The
Underwood
Typewriter
C. H. HANDASYDE, Jr., D
P.O. Bos na     PMnciRomi
Also dealer f���r u���. standard Poldln
ealer
I 1 ���'. -writer
Brin
Furniture
Coys
ASSIGNMENT
Sale
Is Still Going on
NO REASONABLE
OFFER REFUSED
��� ��� ��� ���
IN THE
Pool Block,    3rd Ave.
Between 7th and 8th
Advertise in The Optimist
C.B.Lockhart, Assignee
Thi- i- an imitation of lirick
ice cream, and for the hostess
who desires something delicate
and inexpensive in the way ol
desserts this recipe is highly recommended: Moisten four tablespoonfuls ni gelatine with a little
water. When dissolved add two
cupfuls of boiling water and -i\
tablespoonfuls of sugar. Let the
mixture come to a boil, then beat
in the whites of fix eggs beaten
to .1 truth. Rcat until partial!)
cool and stiff; divide into three
sections. Flavor section one with
vanilla and spread in a layer
mold, sprinkling the top with
chopped i'ut:-. Color thc seconc
portion with fruit .>r vegetable
coloring, flavor with strawberrj
nr lemon, and spread over section
one, sprinkling with nuts, Flavor
section three with vanilla and
-|iri',nl over -i' tion two. Set ..,>
ice till firm and serve with whipped
cream. Thi- recipe will serve
eight people.
YOUR CHANCE KIDDIES
School Board Will Give You a
Prize
The two public schools here, the
new and "Itl .ire without names.
The stluml board contend that tlu-
children should have the privilege
of naming the schools. To the
two children giving the two names
that arc chosen by the board a
prize will l>c given. The competition will be started at once
as the shields that will adorn the
building bearing thc names of
the sclimi!-. are waiting in Toronto
tn be inscribed.
pearance can be given to what
would otherwise pass for a Btory
and i��ne-lialf cottage. A home
designed in this fashion, while
lacking the unquestioned convenience of a house all planned on
one floor, can be built attractive,
comfortable and is a less expense
than a regular bungalow planned
aP' with the same number of rt��nii-.
i
Lot Position Counts
.,.,  _____      ,,   ________    . The one-story bungalow towork
Ihe hrst  problem  lor a home-       ���       ,,    *    '
,   .,, .-it . well antl he in every way pr.n-itc.il.
builder to solve is whether or not ........
, i,      .y    i      t i        should onlv be luuli in a siilitirlian
he can really allor.l a bunualow. .
.,.,       ,*   ,   ,' t       i    ���     i     location mi a double lot.preler.tl'h
Ihe-e llllle lloim-s. thouull sitnple. , ,      ,      ',
*t  corner  lot.  bo   that   the  brii.nl
are sometimes unite expensive to   .,    ,  ,    ,   ....
��� ������ - -' ���'��������� ''Ullding can In- placed
Dance���Weekly   dance   every
Saturday in the K. of P. Hall l-26m
build. Take for example the
average six-room house, one ami
one-half and two stories in height
Such a house can be built .is
small .i- 24 x Js feet in size, lt can
be easily seen that placing all of the
bill rooms, bath room, closets, etc.,
on the lirst tloor. alongside of thc
regular first Btory rooms, would
practically double the tirst tloor
area of the house, which woultl
mean twice a- much roof to cover
it, twice .i- mmh excavation tor
the basement and fifty per cent
more basement wall as well as
additional supports in the basement in die added part.
Cottage Plan Cheaper
The rooms in themselves cosl
practically the same as when placed
in a two story house and while
then- i- a saving in the height
of the chimney and sometimes a
saving in the stairway when entirely omitted (which is seldom
the cose), it does not take much
of a mathematician to ti^ure out
that .t six-room bungalow would
cost more than a story anil onc-
half or full story six-room house.
These  facts  have resulted  in a
side of the
towartl the front, tlu- living rooms
occupying the most desirable end,
the sleeping rooms and bath room
in the other end. When a bungalow is placed on a single lot,
between two two-story buildii p
with the narrow end of the building
inward the front, it has an in-
-inuilicant look.
The worst part of such af*
rangement is the necessity id
placing all the bed chambci st
thc rear of the house, back among
the neighbor's ash cans. Ilu-
length of Mich a bunt-alow necessarily brings the rear of the house
far behind the rear of neighboring
two-Story houses. While ii ��
sometimes argued that this fact
brings the chambers back **
there is more lijjht and air. tlu-
air in this location, for obvious
reasons, is not always conducive
to health.
The Weather
Twenty-four hours,  ending liv*
a. in.. April 20.
Max.Trm. Min.Tern. Bar.    In. Rain
58.0 32.0    80.2M     *
Yes; Some Good Printing Costs Too Much, Too
It's   tin*   sania-   as   with   other  good   tliitiKs.
'stitr
i antral.
TRY   THE  OPTIMIST  WANT
AD. WAY OF FINDING
-.   .
 .   Tin* temptation te charge
prices"  for high  class  things,  nr hinh das*  service, 	
But  it's  not  always justifiable���not .-wn usually.    For iti all irtbanship
nowadays the standard  is itinlu-r    the doom of the
nounced.     So that, &* te printing,  high  grade work   tn  not
you   more  than  its  worth;   still,   y.tu  can  pay   more   fnr   it   at   minie   plaees
simp   is   one   of   the   "others."
commonplace is pro.
apt  to cost
than   at   others - anil   this
Pant oritur Pioneer Cleaners
" If a Man Deceives You One
FOR SALE
ck 28,
Lots ."> and ti, Uh
Section 1.
18000, 26 per cent, cash,
balance 1,2,:. years.
7 per cent.
BkMtlS I.ltnil District��� Dlltriet aaf Caan.t
Tllkl' 11 'til'!' tllttt  1.  Mr.. .Latin Caalli-y   aaf    l*,i,,,,.
Itutirrt. H.c.occupation married woman, iiiti-tui*.
t" appia fair parmission to purchase tin- faallaaaainti
iinitia'tirinajf tat  n post lalnntril   |Q
liititt. .anith fr.ain tin*
GEO. W. MORROW
1076 Nelson St., Vancouver, B.C.
+*-k.�� **-..^..^..^.,,
.......  .- olinin. aast
tttaai 180 t'llllint* tiaHlttl fraitll till' tuillthat l'**t a'aarmr a'f
laat it:u, Coast District, Ranaa .'*. thance mautii *_
I'liainia. titt'tica* aast in ohains, thatnes north hi
chains, thanca wost 10 chains mon or lass to tha
|aiaiiit     aaf    a'aatltllU'lK'a'llU'Ilt,    li'll t all IIIIIH    i'L'"   lll'll'll
Itlnai* nr la'SB.
MHS. JOHN a'I,..tti.a> COIII.KY
Data Mnr.'jo. mn
I'uli. Apr. 4. HUI
Skivnn Ijantt Di.trict���tliiitriet ot C<MSI  H:inRt> I
Ttikw nutlet* thnt Mnry IMI Boston of Vancou
a'a'f,  It. l\, aacculmtion titittmtiT, ItlH'lttts tu ntiply
(it  laaTmlaWflill  til |IUrClllllta' tilt? Iiilliiwitlt: ilciai'ritia'll
landr
 +
Commandna it a noil plaatad nt tin*
j   Mat comer ot Lot ;1!imi, thanea nKiut :to chnttaa
.. . f.       ^^m _    . /    linrtll tu I,ot  17L':I, tlli'liii' st) clinlim aaattt ta   l^tt
1    Nnrlliut-ii      Vnrln/'n   l ntt    1 ' Ms~' thance almut no chains nutfa to Ut Sill,
'   llUMIItlll    I IU111RI   V>U V.   (   thenos 40 chains east, thenoe 20 clialni south to
______________________________________________ IaiI 6S2. thencc 'JO chainn enst, tlience 'JO chaini
Ska*enta l.antl Ilialrict
Take   MtlOe  lhat   Hunt*
Itll|HTt, H. C
Him rict ta| To.,,
llaliinmain  A  I'rince
occupation muUr mariner, inteml.
.-Hia-ena Und Di.trict -Dlitrict of Caaa-l
Take ii.atice that I. William Anderson, nf Van-
-'".... tu . occupation clerk,IpModstsa
ei lan't""""1"1'" '",rch"1" the fullaiwlna ile -
mmSSim t��n.l.,Hr,"""i,,n    -   *���"  (""����^|	
..���Mh':T',w',ii,,,:;i,",,'i^,.'rl:m::��� ^.r rfin; * ,::':'r,,",'"n<���|,n,'", ��� **s>*���<**��> a*"������������^*
Qooae Hav on he .*a.t .hh*,, ,,, t,'','���",' '">'��� '���*   ,��� t,    ',","' ''"rm'r*""'' "'""" ' *n"�� tm * "'
thenc. 100 ��ffK^TIffWS��te��^
thanee wsst 80 rltain. mon' ���r li.�� to rfa�� S_
Ihence   HKI  chain.   .Inno  .I...-1    ..IO '*���***��� Ha;
cluiiii. mure
. ---,  ��� ���lv MTn
J*MH        111 MK BABINOTOM
Bkaana Und
._ . .   ���Tea mtat-
,,���,_,, . _.   ,       WILLIAM ANDERSON
���oli'  .-b m* Charlei B. Surk. A^nt
��� tin. r rn, _u*.
��� kii'iii. Unil DtattM Di.trict ol Queen *2m*-t*___*
t*ri_* ���,., "0tl"' ,h" Fr��nk I'vlck A WoodPloA
itt.���'?. ,;."r<'"'':,"on   ���wnlilin-ia.r.   Inlend.   M
T??���   ll'.' rrnuwon M parSJS thi* follotartm deseril"!
WHOLESALE PROVISIONS.
FRUITS and VEGETABLES
north,  thtnoi 'tlii  chninn fitMl   to  point  of Cum-
moneMIWtltl ciintnlnlhit W0 tBMI nurt* nr WM
Mtdt mufknil M. Di B., S.K. CortMT,
..I   L'..t.   II      H.I I ��	
���Take notice ih^'tnlan!";!"'! '^""<
Rupert,   ll.   C.,   tarenitailnn   nr
tn   IPpU   lor   iierttiiiwinti   ln  ],,���,   .... .---!���,._���_,
ilea.rrala.-al land.' ""   '*"   '"l"*init | landa
Caaiiiiiieiieinc al.a pot plantad ibont 100 el���a���.   mfi^22l,'n5  * ��� f*   planted   ahout  '"-'"
-..uth ,.   the Indian Reeem ������ ,,,..' .."'" r '��"'    ���'- ��eat an,l two mile. ��^ih of the mouth."'
Dat.,1 Fi*li.l4, l'.ill.
gl'uli.March 1
MARY  HKI.I, B1ATOM
|   Semi for our Weekly Price   List   j
PROMPT   ATTENTION c.ivkn
SHIPPlNtl oliHKIts
Phone 151    .   Phone 15.
Skeena l.nnil District - IH.trict of I'oint.
Take notica* that I. .1   ll    Mi'A iH'tii-v   aaf   I'rince
IliitiiTt. occupation miner,  intenil. to apply  for
permission t" punchasi the followlns dasonbaa
Intnl. :
Ciiinitietieinir at a poit planted nt the .ntithave.l
t'oriier nf lot uji'.i. thencc east in chains, thanoa
.aatith it chalna, thenci ta".t tu chalna, thence
north 9 ehalni to point of eommoncementa eon-
tnitiiniz 'J'l aere. mnre or leal.
Date Feh. IS, 1011 .1. II. McAUOHBY
Andrea.' Ketttieily. Auent
���"*���������*���-��� i'uh. Pab, IS, mn.
thence .oti.h SO chain, alum.'    1,1,   ,,l"'"1"""
0 chain, ,��� OOOM llay. I l.e.t.   ,,,"���,,''"T  V*_
so chains, thenc* ��,,t m ei,���,���, ,,"''", ''"""
post, eaintalnltitt ISO aere, more o. 1 ���-       ' *** '"
!^r,v^."���,",,���   wa&ffiroiffoiu,
""i-rt. ii. i-. occupation f^ZST ,'   *_***
appl. for tmm-m. tul,.^,.',,,, ^���ngXjjJ
Cotnmrtirimt nl n pnut iilBiiti>.l >iu....
���i spins (,,������ ���,��� ;,���r���,":::r'c: ,",��';���:"'''
I'lanil on Ihe .aid till.,,,,, |.|���,,i   ,   ",r "' <""""
chain,,  thence  ea.���   'Jll  cl an     ,        " '""'' l0
ehsins, thenci cm io X !���. ,''���;���-��� ;.'.nh 10
n.onc,.,t���'���t,c������t���l���lnc.ilai:r,..1���';,,r���l;;;"(^""om.
DatedaPth March, 1911    "T,S l ""ISON.
< reela ��hrn* it . aaafti.. Into N"-!'"
tl,..n~, ���.,'r"t*m *''"i''. I**""* ���� chain, laotj.
IIuSSm Eh?'n" ***** thenee SO chain. n.Tth.
ihence su chain, act t��� point aaf eommen.
l"_\. X"'".������!-'" "cr" m���� ��' !<*���
���ul.   i     ','-'' "'""��� FRANK lAM'-*
'uh. April,. Numa Demera. AW
Ska-ena Land Di.trict - Diatrict of Coait
Take MUM that I. Peter Reid. of Vanou."-
ij .. .I'.'iii.alia.n tenm.ter. Intenda toapplr,'"'
laml. "" >"lrrh����e the followina de.crlbnl
Ca'ti'taienil,,,, ���, , p������ p,,n,H ,nd market l';
inrk..l i ''���?"" VB1 imineallately adjolnlne |i-|*
nr .�� . ' N E r"rn" "nd A.n.'s S E earner, thenee ������rth ft) oh���|n    ,h ���,t 4ncha'f.
thenca wuth Bchaini, thence i
ti^keaUM', ffasrsraBivs*
" Iftchn'fi*'
������,., ���,      ���  ,.oc. weat *> chain", t*
n, ��� .1   ���"""nencemenl. c.ntalninir -ta'  ""���
'-" ''-���' PETER REID.    ,
Charlea H. Allen. As"1'
paled lat Feb. |q||
I'uli. Keh. ;���;,. THE   PRINCE   RUPERT    OPTIMIST
p iS*
LLOYD-GEORGE
Great Britain's   Great  Chancellor
lv>^ V/#</ Sf    Ur   \W^ ��       J. HIRSCH A SONS Limttsd.
���**C       'W/ "i\W      tr ���> WS MONTREAL.
ILKERSON-ROERIG & CO.    -    PRINCE RUPERT
Distributors for Northern British Columbia
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A SHIP-
MENT 01-' .WO IKIZK.N FRESH E(iC,S
.'I DOZEN KOR 95c KOK ONE WEEK
ONLY. THY THEM & SAVE MONEY
To   Reaidents of Sections S, 6,   7 and   8~We deliver  promptly,
our Roods are fresh, at pricea not to bc beaten in the city   :   :
���****... 2z��"w MUSSALLEM & CO. ��*a���.��.*���**
m
1ET IN NOW AND GET IN RIGHT
The following properties will be sold en block, or separately
mill mt easy terms.
SKt'TION ONK
SKCTION (INK
B!..,;.
Lots Block
(i---!l-l(l W
1-2-8-4-6-6 l!l
ii-lti 80
22 84
21-22 M
27
1-2
Lots  2'
8-4
lfi-lfi
19-20
:t<-:is
42
!i-l(i
SKCTION ONE
���12-43
SECTION FIVE
Block Lots
9 22
18
22-23
Kor prices, terms ami particulars, apply to
. S. BENSON,
lecond Avenue
AGENT
Atlantic Realty & Improvement Co., Ltd.
Phone 214
>t^��P��3?^Bi
��22^ZSa^Bitt
)MPLETE ASSORTMENT OF HOUSEHOLD
INENS DIRECT FROM THE LOOMS	
$150
f    Kim* 11..nl>1.  Damask Clotlis, 2 by  K Servants' Cotton I'illow Covers.
2 1-8yards Ihand woven) | 12 Linen Huckaback Bedroom Towels.
|o Kim- Double Damask Cloths, 2 1-2
lay ���! yanls (hand woven)
|t  line Double Damask Cloth.   2   1-2
by :i 1-2 yurds Ihand woven)
I" ilu/.. line Double Damask Napkins,
27 by 27 in. (hand woven)
��� Ive Damask Kishor l'astry Napkins
Damask Carving Napkins or Tray
Cloths.
|" Damask  (or hemstitched Linen)
Sideboard Cloths.
Jive Kilylien Table Cloths, 2 by 2 yds.
��� dishing up Cloths, 1 1-4 by yds.
\������> ������   pair   line   Linen   Sheeets,    for
double bed, 2 U-4 by 3 1-2 yards.
I'.ttr line Liita*n Sheets, for tingle bed,
- by 8 1-2 yanls.
I I Ins Linen I'illow Covers.
(pair   Servants'   Cotton    Sheets,    2
by :i yards.
One dozen Linen Diaper Bedroom Towels (hemstitched!
ti pair Servants' Cotton Sheets, 2
by :t yanls.
Nine Strong Linen Bedroom Towels
(Servants')
ti Large White Turkish Bath Towels.
Nine Housemaids' (Basin) Cloths.
One dozen Strong Kitchen Rubbers,
Six Linen Roller Towels.
Three Pudding Cloths.
Six Knife Cloths.
Two Hearthrug Covers.
1 tlaizi-ti Sponge Clotlis, for Lamps.
2 Large White Turkish Bath Sheets.
One dozen Glass Cloths.
One dozen Tea and China Cloths.
One dozen Check Linen Dusters.
One dozen Soft Polishing Dusters.
iha* pailutr. ai-mtala piilard. shipped direct (ion thr manufacturers on receipl of the above price.
-: Carriage Paid to Canadian Ocean I'ort, Montreal or Halifax.  :-
J'I'RESS:
Walpoles
IRISH LINENS
44F Bedford Street, BELFAST, IRELAND
llu.nrated Catalogue on receipt ot postcard to Walpoles, 173 Huron St.Toronto
A.it*__J>
Royal Bank of Canada
ESTABLISHED 1��69.
lli.Aii OrnOBt MONTREAL,
Capital, $6,200,000
Surplua, $7,200,000
Total AiieU, $92,500,000
Savings Bank Department, $1 will open un 'iccount.
Branches throughout Canada and Banking Connections with all parts of the
United States.
Agents throughout ths world,
H. P. WILSON, Manager. Prince Rupert Brancit.
The Christiansen-Brandt Co.
Real Estate and Insurance
We have some good buys in City Property.
Our Farm Lands proposition along the G. T. P. are worth
investigating.
Come antl see us or write us before buying elsewhere.
Lloyd-George with his little daughter Megan, now in the dayi
illness his inseparable companion.
if hit
��� A victim of the worst form of
neurasthenia, as well as a serious
affection of the throat David
Lloyd George, the greatest of the
Liberal party's fighting men, has
been recuperating on the continent
this spring, but it is believed that
he must soon reiire front Unpolitical arena.
His Young Manhood
Twenty  years ago  Mr.   Lloyd
George entered the British House
of Commons.
lie was then a mere flip of a
boy; and more boyish in appearance than even in years. He was
very thin in figure; so he was in
the face; lhe freshness of the
cheeks was thai of one who lived
in the open air and not far from
mountain and sea; and except
for the always striking eyes; the
face seemed to suggest none of
the deeper passions and the tremendous force which were CO
reveal themselves later in life.
Even he himself had not yet
realized himself.
War Worn, Yet Humorous
Today the marks of his arduous political experience are only
too evident upon his face. Thc
fresh young cheeks are now deeply
lined; around the brilliant eyes
there are crows-feet, which deepen
whenever he laughs, and which
form with their tell-tale record
of Buffering an overwork and anxiety a strange contrast to the
quizzical expression thai comes
to the eyes in his frequent moments of merriment; and sometimes even thc alert figure with iis
feverish hasle of movement, stems
lo be less alert than it used lobe.
Fearless in Politics
Like most men, anil especially
like most Celts, Lloyd George
is two almost contradictory personalities. No man is so fearless;
no man is so fearful. Put hint
into a political light, and (here is
no man whose face he fears; there
is no battle whose ferocity cows
or even dislrttbs him; the road
to victory may lie along miles of
darkness and obstacle; bill he
never doubts for a moment thai
hc will reach to the light and to
the victory* This is what enabled
him to pass through lhe cyclone
of the Boer War with his life
frequently in danger, his livelihood
threatened;  and Insult ami scorn
surrounding him wherever he went.
His Great Budget
Similarly look at his conduct of
ihe budget campaign; with the
terrible odds at first against him;
with work so hard and so long
as would have broken down the
strongest
And yet wilh thai strange often
unaccountable apprehensiveness.
which is essentially Celtic, Lloyd
George even in his moments of
grandest courage for .1 principle,
may be dreading some far off
intangible evil or calamity especially to those he loves. The
strange fact has been revealed
more than once to those who
know him and can glimpse into
that high imagination and hall-
wistful, half-melancholy side of
even his robust ami fearless temperament.
Strong in  Sorrow
Lloyd George possesses also to
perfection that intense softness
of nature���that instinctive readiness of sympathy���which is also
Celtic. None would pause for
more than a second to allude to
that great sorrow of his life, which
has made more of these deep lines
in the lace and around the eyes
than any oilier cause.
Seldom indeed has he himself
been known to refer to it, but
once, very wistfully ihe great
statesman said lo a friend: "'The
unhappiest days of my life were
the first few days after I had
become Chancellor of the Exchequer."
Story in His Face
Lloyd George's face is the reflection of his inner nature and of
his history. His early home wat.
beautiful in ils unity and in the
perfect unselfishness of a devoted
mother and a devoted uncle; but
constantly overshadowed by poverty and ti.e dreary and iron
horizon thai stretches before the
children of tin- refuted and educated but unprosperous household. Lloyd George has too courageous,   strong,   ami   sanguine   a
nature not to have recovered
from such untoward circumstances
as surrounded his childhood, but
these tilings leave some impress
behind  litem.
The Real Lloyd George
Such is the inner Lloyd George���
lhe real man;   lender, affectionate,
modest; fearless iii conflict, but
in the Innermost recesses of his
soul haunted by the Celt's brood-
fancies antl anxious affections, and
a great pity for the world's tragedies.
The Strain of Work
Lloyd George in not the only
minister who is feeling ihe strain
of lhe Strenuous work since 1900.
Lord   Crewe,   lhe   Liberal   leader
on ihe Upper House of Parliament, is gravely ill as a result of
an utter breakdown culminating
in a bad fall while in a lit which
left   him   wilh   concussion   of   the
brain.   Mr. Reginald McKenna,
Secretary of lhe Navy, is jusl
recovering from appendicitis.  Lew
MOORE LIGHT
The bight thnt Rivals the Sun.
Local business men recommend it.
Phis well-known gasoline light is sold
exclusively hy
A. T. PARKIN & CO.
FOR   SALE
Section 1. Lot II, Bloolt 14.
Si'i'tiun 5,   Lot II,  llltai'k   HI.
R. G. Hulbert, Vancouver, B.C.
D.Ap-40
ROGERS & BLACK
WHOLESALE   DEALERS IN-
Building Material,   Cement,   Lime,
Hair-fibre Plaster, Coke, Bluckimith
Coal,   Common Brick,
Pressed Brick
Shingles, Lath, New Wellington Coul
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED
Ste lis for Prices.
Pbone No. 116
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRU0Q18T
Phone No. 200 I'. 0. Box 680
PRINCE RUPERT, B. ('.
Georgetown
Sawmill Co. Ltd.
Lumber
anil
Mouldings
��� ���+++++++++++++++++++++++++
+
ii w. j. McCutcheon
A large stock of dry linish-
Ing liiniluT on hanil. Bout
lumber a specialty. Delivery
muth- ut short notici-.
Our prices are as low as any.
Call on us before ordering,
Cliri'ie*t i*ntti|ilt*ti* ailurk of UtilKit.    8| itll
atti'tiliiiti niiiil in tillim* iaii*Hi*ri)itiiinti.
Theatre Block .Phomb no, n Second Ave.
+++++++++++++++++++++++++H
CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Tr.it aft a Agenti
Ortlert promptly lillitl.   PrloM ra-��snnutile.
OFFICE- H. B. Rncha-tttaT. Centre St.    Phone (*.
Reilly's Bakery Lunch
Empress Theatre Basement
OFFICE:
Cor Centre St. and First Ave.
Cor. 2nd Ave. and 6th Street
Roger's Steamship Agency
Through ticket! to all points in
i~niti-tl States antl Canada by tin*
Northern Pacific Railway. The
Finest Traiii across the Continent,
connecting at NEW YORK, BOSTON. PORTLAND anil HALIFAX
with ATLANTIC STEAMERS for
all points in ENGLAND. SCOTLAND, GERMANY. FRANCE,
ITALY, NORWAY ami SWEDEN
by White Star, Red Star. American, Dominion, White Star, Dominion, Cunartl, French Line,
North German Lloyd, Hamburg
American anil Canadian Northern
Steamships. For all information
write mc or call at office.
Swift's Premium Hams antl Bacon with
Cowichan Eggs 35c, at
QUEEN'S RESTAURANT
J, W. Williams -: Proprietor
=e=E.   EBY   ��&   Co.
REAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Laml For Sale
KITSHMKA1.IM - B. C.
The Westholme Lumber Co.
LIMITED
-WE ll win I  ALL KINDS OF���
J.   H.   ROGERS BUILDING SUPPLIES
���ENKHAI,   ItAll.Wi \|i   ANIi   S. S.    Al'.KNT   Fjrlt Avenue
Telephone 186
F. M. DAVIS
AT  DAVIS-
BOAT HOUSE
General Machine Shop nnd Ship's
Carpentering. Alsoapcnts for Fairbanks-Morse and Knox Gasoline
Engines. Gasoline Engines and Accessories carried in stock.
Launcher and Boaatl for Hire    N.E. ratal of Wlanat
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO.   63
Meets in Ihe Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All   members  of  the  order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
G. S. JOHNSTONE. N. G.
H. MORTON, Secretary.
...THE...
Universal Favorite
Represents   the   last    word    in
Range construction
-KOR SALE BY-
Tlie Thompson Hardware Co.
FREE
EMPLOYMENT   (
OFFICE    :
Fnr all kinds of help, cooks,
waiters, dishwashers, hotel porters, all kinds of laborers or mechanics, call up
Phone No. 178
or call at the
Grand Hotel Free Employment  Office
Headquarters for cooks & waiters
������
F. W. HART
ONDEHTAKF.lt ��  EMHA1.MKR
STOCK   ruMI-I.KTK
Electric  Wiring
and
Supplies       Little's NEWS Agency
1836 1911
The Bank of
British North America
A Strong British Bank, with
Connection! Throughout the
World.
Foreign Drafts
Agents in Canada for the Colonial li.mk, Lundou .-md West
Indies. We have special facilities
for handling business with Great
Britain and foreign countries.
Drafts on France, German]*,
Soulh Africa, Australia, New
Zeal.tnd, India, China, Japan an 1
West Indies bought and sold.
Prince Rupert Branch���
F. S. LONG,  Managar.
What to Wear I
We have made a special effort
to secure the tntist suitahle
clothes for the climatic conditions of the interior.
Before going up river come
antl see IM anil we will show you
What is necessary in the line of
Clothing, Hunts and Shoes, Uiid-
t-rwi-iir, Topahlrts, Etc
Wi
by
our motto:
serve ourselves better
serving   others   best.
\ Grossman&Soskin I
\    Complete -
+ ���
Outfitters - fo - Mei��
io    -    ltll*l��      *
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THERoyal Hotelj
Cor. Third Avenue snd Sixth St.   {
;   Th*
Finest Rooms.
Thi
Ih-ki equipped
i   nnd
strum   hi-ntrtl.
H��.t ft Ad cold liathv
Din
inir   rootn   nml
rcHtnurtini      :
Corley & Burgess, Props j
Owned and operated by the
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway on
the American antl European plan.
Excellently furnished, with
steam heat, electric light, and all
modern conveniences, being absolutely tirst-class in every respect.
The appointments antl service
are equal to any hotel on the
coast.
Rates. $1 lo $3.50 per day.
G. A. Sweet. Manager.
A. T. Parkin & Co.
Centre Street.
Magazines :: Periodicals :: Newspapers
CIGAKS   ::  TOBACCOS  ::   FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
Harcourt, who will probably
one day be premier, is getting
over a nervous collapse. Winston
Churchill, aged 86, is bowed and
heavy-eyed, with the appearance
of an oltl man. Even the cast-
iron John Burns has aged twenty
years in thc past two. Premier
Asquith, a Yorkshire man of the
hardiest type, has come through
du* struggle thus far in better
form than any of his colleagues.
PRINCE RUPERT WAREHOUSING AND
FORWARDING COMPANY
I ai.l A����. Near M. I'taili*
Forwarding,   Distributing  and
Shipping   Agents.
Storage of ltaggage and Household Goodl a Specialty.
-AT   LOW F.ST   RATES���
Douglas Sutherland, Mgr.
P. O. Box 907 Phone 262
S.S. COMPANY OF B.C., Ltd
1 he new steel Passenger Steamer
"Camosun"
Prince Rupert every Sunday
at 9 a.m. for Vancouver,
arriving Monday afternoon.
For Stewart City on arrival
from Vancouver Friday
night.
1 Northbound, leaves Vancou-
I ver Wednesdays at 9 p.m.
BOWLING,
Stlkini* I anal! list rirt    Datrlclot Cn.*aisr
Take  naalica- tliial   Syalticy   llmlltliitliaiilt  ol  Ta*lf- ^^^^^^^^^^w^ww��.k^��.l.��.l.k,
graph ClMk,  II. I'.. oi*riilinlii.ii rliTk. ia,n.ia,la t,a   fcPFFPPPPPPPPFFPPPFPPPP^PP'
apply   lor  [tt*rnilwaitin   In  ptirchai-ae  thr  lollowinK
lia-aarrilapil lianil:
I'otntneiielnK nt n pott |ilatita-il tatiottt n quarter
milo mirth oaat Irottt (alarier llillle anil nn tho ca**l
tiank ol Stikini* HtaiT. thorns* east SO chain*
Ihonco north 10 chain*., thonoo wont 20 chninia,
thonce nouth 10 chainn to pnint nf commencement
nml contnitiin^ so ncrea mora* or Ic-w.
Dateal Kelt. 11, 111,1,
SYDNEY IIIIDOKINSON
I'uli. April 7. CA. Torvn, ARent
Steerage Fare
$5.00
BILLIARDS
nnd POOL
4 Alloy-a. 7 Tntalon A iraaaaal exorcise. A clean <aptatt. l,p.illeit evei v
nfternaaaan. Neavmitn Itlnek, tie-
tween lit la nml "th Sta.
rraSprietnr anil Mnnntror
The "Camoiiw" is the only  steame
on tin- ran having water-tight imlk-
heatls and double bottom, thus en
Biiring safety of passengers In case
of collision or wreck.
tf.p MOMUlONi     rrft|trH't'��r nnd Mnnntror    a __^ ,
144444444444444444444444?  J    H.   Rogers,   Ticket   Agent.
/ THE   PRINCE   It U I' B K 1
IPTIMIST
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Water Notice
Skii'tnt laiimi Dlitrict -Dlltriet of Canlar
���ttkt notloa that I llnf.li D. 011)1*of Prince tin-
pert, occupntion laborert Intondl in apply for
permlialon to purohaao tha following uoiortbed
iitinla*:
I'lalllllu'tirillt: III II poat    pllllltaaai    lillOl*   Itlial    I'lll'-
hult' null's in un autot iy ilil'iaa-li-aii fr  tin*  1	
un Niuta. Rivor when* tli.< l.nvai I.J.I..- trnil lia-iaiim
anal ona mile In a northerly direction from tho
unlit Lava Lake trail, thanoa north BO chuinsi
thenca aaat ni chafna, thence aouth  BO chaina,
thenoe weat BO ohaina t,. point aaf, moncement,
contalnina 'ain acree*
Date Feb.8, mn. ItUtlll I), till.I.is
I'nii. Mur. l'l. Joaeph Uelway, Agent
ski-i'ini l.ninl Diatrict    Dlalrict nl Coaat
Tuke notice thai til i McArthur ol Vancouvor,
It. C, oecupatlon roal Dilate agent Intondi io
uppl.a fm permiaaion in puraliaaa the tollowtnii
deacrilwd landa:
t leneng nt n peal i.laat.t.-.1 in a-limna. w7al
ami ��u chuinti aouth ot^the louthwwt corner jd  ((||   The quantity nf water applied I'
lin cubic foot per st nd) is 140,
Notico is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V. of
Uu* "Water Act, 1909," in obtain a
license in Un* Skeenn Division nl'
Skoena District,
(al    Tin- name, address ami occupation  Gra
nl' tin* applicant is S. K. McCllnton, |
Estate agent, Vancouver, H.C
(If for mining purposes)   Free Miner's certificate No	
(lo   The name of the lake, stream or
Bourco  (if unnamed thi* description j
isi Kitsumkalum Rivor,
ii-i   The point of diversion is near the
Intersection nf tin- ensl bntindary of
lot 1405,
A HERO IS
THE GENERAL
nd Old  Man of the Army
Training for Blindness
WILL NEVER GIVE IN
If Operation Fails the Failure
Will Still Find the General
Still Able to "See with His
Fingers."
Uu N". I'll iiaarkaai Glenn MeArthur'a north-
*., a corner, thonec -.**aia ti in chaliUi thonce oaat
sn i'iianii>. thance north in i-luiui*. thenco weal
sn ehaina taa poat ail commencement, containinu
320 acrea more nr Ii-m*.
Dated March 80, lull. lil.INN MoAHTIII 11
Pub. April l.i. T. I'. Laird. Agenl
Coaat Kaaatk-a* .'. Und Diatriet
Tnka*  notice that   I, John   Hepburn  nt   Kit-
���umkalurn, occupation farmor, Intend  tn apph
faar pi'riiitav*iiiii tn pureha i- tin* foltuwng deeerfooo
lentil!
Commencing ut t, poet i*iiuiiiii at tin* norlbea
riariuT nt  Lot  3983, I ha-taa'a* aaai  80 cliultiii, tltiaila'ii
miuiIi  in chalna, thenci* weal
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ���   I'lintis,    llailit'i-
tinrt li in ehaina in pluce ni eommeneement
��� is, lull. JOHN llKl-m Its
liut.**! March 18. 1
Pub April 18. I
Skeena l.unal Diatriet Diatriet ol Coot Uuiirc 8
Take notice thai t. Clan Uu Utile ��.! Prince
Rupert, n. i'.> aaci'uputinii intniter. Intend to
apply lor permlialon in purclniH* the following
deacribed landai
t aiii.ii:itootae ut n poet plmit.-il ut tin- north
tai-M eorner of Laat 1738, Range 8. Coaat lii-irn-i
thence etui in chunis, thi'tica* north 88 ehaina
thence weal 81 ebatn thanea north t* < i
Ihenee aaa.-i in ehaina, thenee aouth iB cia.uia.- to
iia>int   nf cniiiiiii-iica-tiiiatit,  oontalnlni   118  aeiva
Iliaara-   nr   ICOO,
Dated April 4, lull. CLARA HAY LITTLE
Pub. April IB,
skeana ijin.i Diatriet   Diatriel ol Conl tta
Tuke notiee that Eldon S. Delwltai aat iivrlin,,
lltit." iK*a'll|intinti ilna'lnr. tnti'lnlli In uppla fnr
|aar':.i.aMaill   taa   purclataM*   the   follOW|B|   Oaiaeribed
landai
Commencing nt u punt plunit-al ut tin* aoutb-
aa.-t ciarinr aat laat  lie's, thance aaai 80 I
mora or h-*.*. thenee aouth IB ohidni more or .a v.,
thi nee aamt .tn ehaina numa nr leaa. that eo tanrtit!
i. el aina mon nr la-m. to point nt eommenei menl
oontalnlng I in ucrm mon nr leaa
Daud March 81,1811   ELDON s. DETW1LEH
Pub. April 18" Jnhn t'un.pl.'il. Agenl
Bkeena l-unai Dlatriel -Dletriet ol i .-.,-i
Take notiee thut Mm. l.. i'. Putnam ol m
I'atal.   MitiniM.tu,   nccii|i.itinn   murrn-il   woman
Intenda taa eppu for pennlMlon taa purehaM the
lllllaaaaina^  ili-MTlln-al   land.;
Conuneadag at i iiin*! planted at the BQUthwvst
eorner of Lot No, 17m marked Mn Ul ��� Putnama
nnrlhetai.t   corner,  ttn-nra-   vai-at   I a.i.ii*.   ttii-ini-
anuth Mt i-iauii.a*   thi-nn* eaal   in chalna. Ihence
iiaanli  Mi  ebaina tai  pna-l  ait caiititittiaa-nia-nt,  a-im
tabling 380 aetata nuar,- nr leeia
Dated Miin-h-jii 1-.M1.     MR& I. C. PUTNAM
i'ul.. Viirai t.'i. I.." ii. Putnam Agen
Bfceaoa l^at.-l Datriel    Dlatriel nf Queen Ctttrloua
Tal(0    laatu*.     It  a:     |,...:;.      fritJ, 11     nt     I'rilin-
llu|a.rt. Ii. f.. occupation i utcner, latea-di to apply
for |a.*rttii**.-iiiii in purchan tin- iniiiivaiii^* deeonbad
lan b
t "annul iicii.i;   ul    A   poat    plant.-,!   almut    vv.-n
mil.-- weal ana two nutn louth **i tin- ttnnith nf
su:... Creek when n emptta lato \adcn-
Harbor, Graham I-*lunal. tnence 80 chaina anmih.
(ei The character nf tha proposed
works is a general plant for tin1 pro
duction nf neat, liKl'i and power, and
iii- manufacturing nf wood pulp,
lumbers and timbers generally.
Il'l Tho promises on which tlie water
is to boused (describe same) Mill site
about :; 1 nf ti iiiilf below Intake;
wood, frame and concrete buildings
in addition tn tin* masonry, dams,
flumes .'iinl penstocks necessary.
(r) Tin* purposes fnr which tin- water
Is to bo used is power development.
du If fm- Irrigation, describe the land
Intended in In* Irrigal tl, v-i ^ ':-���-:
acreage 	
til If Uh* water is tat la* iisetl for power or mining purposes, describe tin
place where tin* water is tn be returned tn some natural channel, .mil
die difference in altitude botwoet
point of diversion and point of i
Power plant about :i-i nf a mil* down
stream from tht- intake. Dill
in altitude sn feet.
ijl    Area of Crown laml intei.il
occupied by the proposed works is
KKl acres.
(k) This notice was posted mi tl e iith
ilay nf March, lull, ami application
will he made to the Commisaioner on
the 25th tlay aif April, 1911.
ill Give the names and addresses of
any riparian proprietors nr licensees
who or whose lands are likely tn be
ail'a* ta-il by the proposed works.either
above nr below tin' outlet N me.
S. v.. McCLINTON,
Jamoi Cross, Agent.
P.O. Uox 2,*i.ra, Prince Rupert, B. C.
Note   One cubic foot per second is
equivalent to 86.71 miner s inches.
Pub. March 16, lull.
Water Notice
. miTi- aarli*--.
t.l.tilliiK KUIZZKLI.
Numa th'tna-r-. .\i:cnt
Notice is hereby given that an appll-
������-  ���������-������  :���.I���--- ���, __, ,.    cation  will   he  niait* under Part V. of
thenca*   Ml  rlinili*.   ��.i*t.   Ih.-nn*   Ml  chain,   nnrtli.      .       ,,,.. , ,    _    ,. .	
���utto point nt c.aiitii.-iic-.iient   the    Wiiter Act.   1909,     tn  nhtam  a
license in Ihe Queen Charlotte Division
nf Skeena Diatrict
tai The name, ndilross antl occupation
of tin- applicant is Qeorge xoung,
Victoria, H.C.
(If for mining purposes)  Free Miner's Certificate No	
tht The name of the lake, stream or
source lif unnamed, the description
i-t Ain Lake anil Ain Itiver.
tei The point of diversion at nr near
Ain Lake.
till The quantity of water applied fnr
tin cubic fi't |n i second) nam.
t.i The character aaf tha* proposed
watrks. dam, flume, pipe-line, power
engines, plant, etc.
aaaai'l containing 'al"
Dated Murch It, lull
I'ul.. April 7
Uua-en t hiarlntti* Wutnla* Uml Ilialrict - Diatriet ol
Bkaana
Take nutice Dual I. J   O. McN'ali aal I'rince Itu
pert.   OOOUpalioB   tela*ml   nlla-nt.   tlila-lnt   tu   Bpptl
lur |ia*ntilaailiili tu pr.' jaa-a-1  lur   caaatl atlit |>atr. la mil
un tin- lulluaaaitn; Qaaeribed laadol
CcttimencniK aal u paa-t plnni.-l al the ant    li .* i.t
cairaai** aal BecuoB B, Towaahp t tiraham lalaad
and markeil J   li.  McN.. 8. B. l nrn.r. alt.-a.a-,-
avi*-l   Mi   cl.nit...   tlieici-   t.a-rlli   80   ctanativ
caul Ml a-liuii... tha-nca* anuth Mt ctialtn* In (Kami ul
Cailiilin-laCa-tl i-lat.
llal.-l Miarrt. \ lall. J. O.  McS Ml
1-ula. Mnr.-a. - . tttlttan liuaaitiat, AKent
Bhaaaa Uml latatrici���liuirici ul Coaat llango 5
Take aotloa tint Mury Maruttrai tiatii. ,.t Vic-
taarUt,    It.    I'.,    taCCUIntllaall    hull*, kl-'p.T      Itlt.-tlala-    111
apply  lur inrttitiuiu'i lit purclm-    	
ii.*crili.-*l lanalai
III.-   I.*ll..��in��
Mlla-a-a    a*Ji'.a>
a mamanelna at �� i��iait planta-l at the marth ea.t   |f |    The premlaea on which the   water
corner ul Ul .I��a7. ihenc.. io chatn. ****_ thence :     is ,��� ,|(. ������,.,,  (deaeribe   samel   at   nr
near mouth Ain River,Masset Inlet.
80 rlaniia. Ji.itti. Ihttnev 110 ch��u.i. weal lu T. I.
sa&a;. Uaenee nlmul so cliaim. nnrlh lu  Ukelae
...      iheasa maandarlm mal rn**r op .ir.*j*n in   .   .    *|*a    ...,,. , f .- ...|,j,.i, ,),,, ,._,,..
a eiraiheaaiiili tllremhin In I akahe I ake Html   '*���'    '"' purpoaea ior wmen um wniir
majaanilenni: mini lakaa tn polnl ut eonuBeneeoent       is tn Be used  is  t.ir |niw.*r development ami mill operations.
meaaderins mam tana tu point
CuntallilliK   lint u.Tm, tinin* ur l.-v.
t'uM uiarki.t M. M. li., N  B. I nmer.
1 aaat*.I lata   I I. 11*11.
fun. March 4.
M.MIY MMlli.MtKT lill.LIS
Ske na Unl Dintrict��� DUlrict ut Oaaal tlantt 8
'lake tauuee that llenjamtn Ititevl lltce ut
I'rn.ct llu|tert. It. a', laccupatmn mailer, inlenila
taa apply fur permtaMuit tai purchaaaao tl.e full atmit
al*a-rrit*��* I liai at.j
Commet.ciiai; at a |hi��i plui.tvl 68 ci nm- taouth
tfi-ii tite miulti ea.t c-.rm- nf l/tt 8060, tlu-nca* 70
chain. *a-.t, iii-i,ce n ctnain. n-irt*a, ttaa-i.ci- 7"
Cliaittaa a*aail, tha-nce *"' Chain- miuth III puint a.f
ciatiitiii-ncaiiiu-tit; ciititaimtttj 188 acra*., mure ur
leaaaa    V..I markeil II   ll. It. 8, I. t   ar
Daud In- l.i. 1*11.
1-a.li. March *. 1IKNJAMIN ill SSKL HICK
thi If for Irrigation, describe tin-
laml tn im Irrigated, Hiving acreage.
til If the water is taa he iisetl fm- power air mining purposes, describe the
pla-KC win-re the wataT is Ita he rc-
tnrnetl tn gome natural clinnnel, nnd
tlu* difference in altitude between tho
point nf diversion anal point nf return
At nr near mouth of Ain Kivi-r.alinut
160 feet below lake level.
(jl Area of Crown laml intended to bo
occupied hy the proposed worka....
(ki   This notice was posted  mt  the
lirst tlay nf March, 1911, ami application will bc made to the Commissioner
mi tin- fifth day nf April, lull,
ill   Give tin- !::irne*t and addreaaea nf
any riparian proprietors nr licensees
who or whose landa are likely to b<
affected by the proposed winks,either
above nr below tin' outlet   None.
QEORGE YOUNG,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B 11. Bdenahaw, Auent
... ,i.i i;- ��� P.O. Box.286, Prince Ru|iert, B.C.
'lake naance that   \I.-tit. l.t it- .  i.       .. . .  i : . r ,   :���
a.r. B. a, oceupa       .--      mi-nia t.. .i-.u,     N"Ti*   One cubic foot oer second is
t   I-*     . -i  equivalent to 35.71 rtuner s Inches.
Ski*a-na lianal tli.tr:rt    It,.'tact ol Ooaat llar.a** 5
I....    i a.tiiv at, it   iti.al  McLennan uf I
IviiH-ri, It. t'. nceiiiMiiiiii rltra:. iataanda lu apply
fur tH-rtiumuaitl tu purclm**- lh.- laatlalmntt ���!.���a-,-.l.a^l
bum:
Ooouaaaelaa nt a im.t plant** I M tkala
Iront  Ihi- MIUll,   *a.1   ant-.- r   .,(   |/at    .al,   t l..-T,e��   ll)
..,--, thenee  tai damn- nottl I
clianui *)*-*, ttu-iic- tn ehaalna aouth lo i
aonunencenwoti   eontaieing tnu aarr- -   men aar
I      ������   ������   I   . ���   I   I -    M  .  :     'at
. :*.i l*l\lli Mrl   KKAN
l-ula. Marcl, I.
Wiih unshaken cournge Buch as
ih,��� lu.ider ni mi .ii-in> slitniltl
display, General Booth lias been
preparing, calmly and mcthodical-
|\, for ilu' blindness which, ii is
it-.inil. iniisi overtake him unless
ilu- wonderful operation in la'
performed in tin- autumn i> successful.
i ',1- story ol bis preparation
was told by Mr. Bramwell Booth
in. i speech at the Clapton Congress
11.ill.
General Booth has lost ilu- m^Iu
ui une eye, owing, ii is believed, in
a speil; of dusi blown into il
during one of bis many motor-car
tours, Tin- other is sn enfeebled
that In- can hardly bcc.
lb- ran write, using bis lingers
as a guide, but In- cannot see what
ti- lias written.
In tin- autumn surgeons will
attempt tin- delicate task of i-U-.ir-
iiiK away thc obscured It nses of the
remaining eye. li that is accomplished General Booth will return
once a^.iiii tn ilu- "war" which
In- is now watching Iron tin- rear
of tin- lirinn lini'.
But if not���General Booth will
be blind.
So every day ibis brave old man
of eighty-two lias his eyes bandaged round, ami thus lu- lias
walked about liis home, familiarizing himself with ilu- feel of
objects which ihu- day lie may bc
unable to .see.
lb- still received bis dispatches
from tin- "front" and discussed
thc direction of the Salvation Army
wiih commissioners whose voice
In- could hear, Imt whose faces hc
could not Bee.
ll darkness falls completely, thc
brave old General is determined
that ii shall find him lighting still.
If he cannot sir with his eyes, In
will bcc with his fingers.
E CARRY A COMPLETE S
I'Al'l.K ANI) FANCY
GROCERIES
t^_0_ti_Sl*&m*mtmm
BOLE AGENTS FOR:
it
Hams,
A Choice
IOWA'S
PRIDE"
Baco:, Lard, Canned Meats, Etc.
COAL NOTICK
,,AN|) LEASE NOTICE
s, ..I ''rri\.V::::Vi"u-W;'"
Take Ic��l    ,' '   ,     , ,,-.i.-.' anil toap-
0,1���fi;ta,mmSSw l.-'" "I"'   ''""""""'
acrlwKc.lio''"*   lt ,!..* rJ.W. .-*..-
Commencing ill ���' i    ' ' .    auw ���.,n,-i- mark,
,1,1   aaf l-at   M"-    ill'""',   """       ,,,���������,,    '.Ta    l*lin OC
,',,,,-    I,,,!'.    "I I     '"""'"^"" I'll.'."'!'    Of    I"'
mtaroor - thonce unat too.         .  ,,���.������.        _	
I-"."'-!* il..*..a*;-'. ���'��� ���:'   \, ',,��� ,.��� -a |B chalna ro    h,     ���,  polnt ���,  ���������������,���
thi-wttaterly I;-" ������ ��� ���,!���,,.������,��� .,,,,1 contalnina , lil0 ,���.,,���, ���,������, ���r \m,
ui ,,--t'*i"*"'';" '  '| , is.c luiit-ilivii. 88, mil.
""""''  ,"-'"|     s    I EXANDI5H TAULBNDBH   vm.. Feb.94. Clare
ijuoaiii Charlotte Ulantla Lam] ,
Take notloa tlmt 1. John Md ,
iii'i'ti|iiitin'i lirukaT, intt'tnl in .,,
to proapeot (ur cuul mnl potro
ili-siTilif'l lutnlai:
Corontonolns nta i'"-H| planta* -
Hlllllll   Hint    IWU    lltlll'S   \Vl'a,t    |,|    ii
TM ltiviT unit tiuirki'il J.   M.
Nn. 72, thanea huuiIi ,-ao chi
ohaina, thanea imrtlt sn cltoi
tttlei  n,
\
�����ll��l, I
,-  I1"'""*!
,i K'''����l
..... ���
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j
Ouean t'lnirluitu IhIuihIh Lan
Skl-r-
LAND PURC
CHASE NOTICE
Tui.i* notloe tlmt 1, John ilcl mulolVi
oecupatlon lirukt-r, Intand tu o ,
to proapect lor eoal and in'
deaoribed landai
"'������"���t\
a I
I
Stock of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Always on Hand.
STALKER & WELLS
11,-ail store, Second Avenue and McBride
Owing to the fire last night, the stock of our Hays Cove
Circle store wns destroyed.    Our many  patrons at    lis
branch will receive every attention and we will expedite
orders from our head si.tr.-.   Phone or call.
��K<    "���"1 " "V'.',k"   w   m.i'   o- apply 'or
11  C.i occulta ���X��� tl�� tollowing d��crll*ed
iimonclng ��i �� P"hi pUntt-l uiHJm \%ri^M
llll   lllltl   tWQ   Itiili'H   WMl
vi lUvor mnl mirked   J
i
Con
Uki>! ���
a      ' ���      *
JH.rmi.wun to |>urel��M8 tl��
!  J, ��� l.aaa     ItlVtT
Nat. is, thanoa nun it bo chui     t,i.v,'^|
a I -I
j .   ,.    iboul   '���"   '''."ti
thenco .mi *'i ��lna
ni,  in Lakelae
ciiiiinia. thanoa hhiiiIi nu ehai
ohaina tu point ut oommonoonu
aerea. mofo ur leaa,
ii���i,.,i t-'.'ii. ne, mu    ^^���jiiiin H-fc-i
'���'��� 31
�����ai
���
full. I-Vlt. 84.
I..
, *��� ���'- ::���,:;���;;>.,1"..:,!^';..::;;p:^?^:i��������      '���""������^.^.'v''���
���   .    ���������";::;���:: '���,���. urioa.--  c���,i uittikci o.i-     Taka notloa that I. John Mel ,tVuJ
.'      ,.,,,                              ,.,,,,. , occupaUon brokar, InUnd to a ��� ���.,..'_���
Y,Z, 1 ii- 11. mu.            ''lioiiiil'. l*l'*\" K   ,��� ,,,���,,,,, ,���i goal ta,���i patrolt *
]
iii chninn HUthi thonea iboul (W ehsini
i..ik.1st* i.iiKt*, ihvnee monndorlng *<��iii lalto
-Ke jihu.ii,,,, i��� point "i com*
noffl nr ItttH.
ihon in ��" northerly direction '��* point "f com-
contnlmns nu urn"
!'^.ri-ir\C'l!?.'.N":t' 5&QU8BBAT0N
joBChbod Itndii *l
Commencing ��i jj port plantt
Hoiiih kiiiI  tWO mil''1* w>'*i  "i
I'M Wvei nml murkftl   J. Mc!
No, 4?| tlit'nti' miuih  B0 chi
(���liuin.H, thenoe luirtii mi ehaii ,-,. ,w
cimiim to polnl '���( oommencemt ��� . ���, ���.,,
ieree< moro ot !**XN'
Dated Peb ^. i\n\. 'OH! MtUa
Pub. Peb.M Clirence m.i.  JJjb
���������<-.
���     I
WE   HAVE  BUYERS  FOR   LOTS IN
STEWART
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers, Prince Rupert and Stewart, B. C.
Agenta for Stewart aLand Company,   I.imita-d
apply fur
ill t..-1-iIiail
Quaan Charlotta lalandgLand Diatrict
Ski*a.*n;i
Tatta laiilica* tltul 1, Juhn Ma-la*.,] i.
itcrii|iuiiun liroiaaT. Intand to applj    ��� :, ,   ���
to proapact faf goal aad potaroloum ui *
daacribad landai
iniiiiiii-iii-iiii:  at   it |in>t   plat  -: ibaaal
llllli'aa lantllli ami two Itlllati aaaa*l .1 il.,. __..M
tin*  TUtl   Rlvar,  itrulmin   lalai .   and i
j. Mcl.  N. w. Corner, Nu. :n. ihcnnmag
cliaititi, tltt'tit-a.* a-aaat  ^n eluttna, I
cliailt", tlia'tira'   ��tial  N chum-. I    point alg
nit'iicrmt'iil;  containing Gin ia-t-        ���������..* _
liut,,l IVU. ii2, l'Jll. Ji'HSMHul
I'uli. Kali. i!4. Clarence HeUen
Pub, March I.
si.i-i-n.-i Land Dlatriel   Dlatriel of Coaat
l.,:.a- notice that I.John Hitler, nf Vim*-"
li.C. occupaUon hutched Intendi
i-i'itiiissii.n in purcliaaa tin- folloa
I'allllllllH-l-ll'    lit    |  |*aa.t    |*l;HUl-.l    llltaallt     1    l-llltitl
front tidewater ut thehcadof LuaeombaBay.and
ii-arkiai j.H.'a N.E. corner, thence weel BUcnaina.
thonco aouth 80 *-iuiitin. thence eaat v" chalna,
thence north BOctudna. t.i inahat aif eominenea-
ii.a-nt. containing a.ita aerao mow ur Uama.
.litilN MILLER,
lintf.1 i-t Feb., I'.'ll       rhiii-li-ai it. Btark, Am-nt
Pub. Feb, '.'-������.
Skuena Land Dlitrict   Diatrictol Coaat
UllllUa- ,ra
Take naitu-a- that 1, Fred Garton, ��f
Prince Rupart, B.C., occupation fnr-
iniT. intt'iitls tn apply for permlialon to!?,"""���'���*���'-*.*....-...........
 ,,.,..    ,,.    ,*  n   .  ���*.      i   '     ���      ii       i       llivt-r ami Itturkt'il J. McL, S. \\
purcliaae tin- following deacribed landa: thanoa north tau chain., iha.nr,.
I -Ji-.liia-iirilia* lit a poat   |'l.ml' il ill  Ilia*   1 In-net- miuth KO .-l-..,n   . tlu-iit--
nortli eaat corner of surveyed lot 1937   i'"'"1 ot.waawaaaaMBti  eoat
,a       .    e    r*       .   t-   .       .    .i  * .i   .... I lllnri* nr litati
Range 5, Cout district, thence north 60 Datad Fab. n, ton. joiin miii��
chalna to u  alough; thence wist   ,281Pub..Pab. 14. aataaoaUel     ^^
chaina; thenee aouth tin rhains; thence
eaat 28 chaini tn tin* pnint of
i)in ni Charlotte Ialanal. I .-.. DI I
Ski*a>tna
Taka nutira* tlmt 1, John Mrl . ��� : -1 \.*_A
iK*cu|iatiun lirnltaT, itlla-nil tn appl    lar |*a
tu iiria-iia-ct fur cuul uml potrolo -
daaoribed lanala:
l'illlltll,-lll*lllK Ut a |MMt pliltlti-1   al-'     -
aanuilt ntlti twu jnUaa^anat nl tin- ti,. ia   ,;
i-iini
moncement.
_^______     FRED. CARTON
Dated February 25th, i'.'ll
l-'irst Inaertion Mar. 11
ga/^^^��aa>vV*,MV^W^*a��taW^Wea/^e��a��M��^a��^a^^^^>^
LYNCH BROS.
/    Department Stores
CLEAN CUT
VULGARITY
English Books Said to be Indecent and Not Fit to be Read
FIRMS
OF     REPUTE
CENSURED
ARE
Association to be Formed to
Bring Pressure to Bear on
Publishers. Clean Minded
People Aroused.
Put.. March 16, HMI.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
* ������nmifi cing ��i ��� l1"-* i ��� ���
(rum *��..   duib ��M eonwf d( Ua .:���������      i--.��t
I A    li..  V   V\. ' ..-  H
-���I   rh*ir.��   vaat,   II,.
nonii.
r
l>an-l K.I.. 1 . I'.'ll.     ALK\ASULK UK
i'i!.. ilam \.
Blwvi ���
T��ki' <   * v ���
fO|    [a,-. *
ml lninl<
. | .��t i<i u ti I thn i ind ��� *
half I-.
��li*-t��-    111'*   1,1        "It      a f    III       I-   l'l!.' 	
���"'��������� 'i N ' i   i.   i                           it>* trill liPirthi
���.. M.-.- north ���-' ind on* milff tn h northerly direction from tin
chnina to poinl i*.--i Lnka trnil, Uwnon .nuth ���** chnlm
um thmn nut Hi chains, thance north ������
Dat* FaU 8,1911.            ANDRKWCUMMINdH thai  ���    i          haln* to point of commancamant
Pub. Mnr. i-.                   Joaaph Bdmur, Agvnt fpntnlnlna um. acraa,
sv.ii i i        -       -   Dim   i ofCaaalai
��� Prince it -
pert, l* C, tbnrert Intendi
���
��� planted thrw athI one>
In im tauterljr direction fr an tha i- tint
BUUm land bhtrid   hi-'rici ��rf Caaataf
Taka noticv thai < brlatlan \   rarvo ��rf BUldM
It   (   . nrriit .. ��� ��� i|. tO appi)
f-t' i--niii.-i.il in pnnbaai tha foUowing daainbad
i ammandnn at a | t 18 chi
���  -'..���������
Ba    Cef    ttM
ehaina.
ahalni tn i*<��ifii irf r-.-      ��� ���-*   *
if U-*x*.
; (.!���  ' .. i ���;���       * HRISTI *\S A   11 KVU
I'ub Ajr. 7
UateKel
I'uli   Milt. I".
CHARLEa Moulds
JoH'ih Hflway, AK<*t>t
1 Ii'-tnit ofCoUt
lice thai I. Leatle K. Wnltar. of Vancoti'
vrr.lt.*'., occupntfnn proapectori Intandi toap*
��� rntaaton to purchaaa thr ftdlowlnf daa*
crihad landa:
, i al planted ntul marknl L
i; \v - si        ',-      - i Immediately ndjulnltig
��� 'i W A i N.w. corner; thanca north 40
��� i       chalna, tin-in''' louth 40
pnea eaal so chatnai to point "f com*
���   . iintrr or !��*!��!���.
laESLlEK WALTER,
Dated lei Peb., 1911        Charm H. Allan, Ajranl
I'ul    i ���'
Ca
1 ,i .     ���   ���   ���
,    i.i - ndi t"
.
Con
i
i
and   ���*���
Kfli-I  1.HVB \m*V tfH'l.   ��� . ���
Ul^'l  ���
! | .
l>��'"V>i-. i. i��n. JOHN McDONALD   llmrl  i-   10 chalna,   WhtCll ;irr
r*-\*. Mnri-ii U JoMpI '������ thence nan   10 ehaina.      .        ..
Bommencamani   mifllCAUiriU
Taka noilei thai j*rk iu.n.,-,i  ..<  \ . -,-', *.      UatadiMarch 17, ivll Ifl'IIKHT O. CREW
.���f tookar, tii-  *'"'' Ai,n( "��� Numa !>��� man, Agni
London, EngM April 27.���Pro-
test against "certain novels issued
by publishers of repute, which
arc not only unfit for perusal by a
modest jiirl or a right-minded lad,
bill .ut' likely to do harm to the
moral character of all readers,
made in a circular letter addressed
i" thr London pro-' l��y a number of
peers, prelates, and school masters.
Thc i in ular Bays:
"Many of these works ����f fiction
���ire not indecent in die ordinary
sense "i lhc word, Imt their whole
tone has a tendency debasing and
Prince Rupert, B.C.
GROCERIES
HARDWARE
CROCKERY
SASHES
DOORS
GLASS
Quaan Chariotta Wand* Land I'irti ;   DuBkl
Take notloa tlmt I, Juhn UcUi    <
occupation liruktT, Intand to vpi
ui i>riv|H*ct for coal and |xalrol�� iu
��� :>   .'i.i*. -1   l.ii.il.
Cumiiu'ticini: at a pue��t pUnu-l i
BUldnaUnd DUtrict   Diatricto(( aviar       I ��,ulj! ��'thl' *'������$ K*-TTr .T"*1 "
Taki* notic* that Chriatian A. Tervo ol Ktikine. i N�� *�� <-��*"<*.���N�� .'>-���    ""
It a,oeeunaUoneuBtnmaolllc.'r.>ii<.-n<N to apply   ��'��'"����� *'TlMlUi5i    .* '
for iMrmWBn to purchuM- the loll,.*,.* .l,.,cnlH��l   ���������*�����"' "��< ����� ��>'"��" ���� l,ni"   "' '
lund - cunt ainiiiB 640 ��rri��, HMN or MM
Commandm  ��t   ���  poal   plant.,!  nlH.ut   thn-e-   Datwl Feb 22, ISU. JiMIN M(U|
quartan ot ��� mUa north ea* (ram Oladar lunv  i��"* '���������"'���-*- m*"'1 '������ *>-
und on tin* aaat tmnlt ol Stikine lti\er anil on the
Miuth ltda of UN mouth ol  .�� little rri'fk.  thrnee
eait   IU chnins.  thenc  north   lu chalna,  tbawa   quwn Charlotta lalanda Und DNr.pt
\m*M   It' cliam-.  thence MUU)   10 chum* to  (mint , Skwlm
..I ei'tmmnci-ment nnd containinu 1��1U acn** more       Take noticv that I, John Mrl ���
VI !wi,'i.-i   *.**,.**     ,-ii,���cTitv ��  tobva occupation brokar. totaod to nppl]
Hiiti-.ll-eh._lu, mil.     t IIUISUAN A.   IKK\ll Ui pr.^*! fur coal and |K-tn.leu.i
Pub. April .. deacribad landa:
, **,_,_      ...    ,        ,.      fiwnmrnclnu at a |��o<it blanti I I
kifiia Und Dbirict-lilatrict of ( wwt lUnitt* \ m,rlh  and  one mile  mtd  "I   i  * I
lake  notici*  thtl   Curiai   P.  OttOC  o!   I'rince n^] |tlvrr nn,j mar|trd J.  Mcl.
Ku|H<rt. H. i., occupation nirvayor. intend* to No. S4. tbaaea aooth 80 cbalfu
tip|il>   (or  parmlwion  to purclm*- the followini: c|iainn,  thenw nonh  Ml chan  ,
daacribad lund*: ebabtt to point wf wmiwnwm.-���������.
t ommandni at a pmt tdnntitl at tin* north ea-t mctl-m   n.ut%. or I,*,*,
eornar ot nirnyad lot WM, ttanfi >. Com Dta-   p��tad Feb.M 1911. Jims Mr!El
trict. Umom m un aaatariy dlractlon alone tba     uj, yv\t *-_ ' Clmtncr Mfltrt,w "
' BUtiwriy limit of nomomd Im ������,,\-\ and tba pro>
taction thereof i" ehalni to a point, tbmei nuth ,   ,
, parallel tw the easterly limit of *urM*\��-l lol   ;:(**1 ,
afonaald B0 chain.- mon* or Im to tne northarly   ~li***'n Charlotte Iilnml* Unl |<   -
Imiii   a|  n limlHT  limit  'No.   12(63), IbMIM  ****%**% '     _, Skn-na '
Pi chain* mon- or li-w to a point in \\h* pMi*ctiwn !     Take notin* that I, Jwhn MclXD
nutharb  erf tin* aaateriji limit  of ��ur\e>.*.l Im   occupation broker, intend t.i :ii-i
8984, thenci* in  a  imrtliTly  direction  along tba
proiaCtloa   of   ihe   nuid   limit   ntul   aloliR   th.-   Mtd
limit tiw chuin* mon' or !����� - to point of cowimenn" ,
ment, coniaininit 210 acre* mon* or U***.
Hatitl March H, IUll.        CIIAKI.KS P, UTTKU
Puh. Murch :;..
i
MEN'S FURNISHINGS   BUILDING SUPPLIES
tit |ariit*l*a*aj1 lur caaaal anil pa'triili'iiin I
.ii-1-rilaa-.l laml.: .
< atiiiitii'iiritii: al a paaaat |il>til< I
1   -aaialla  ail  till- lllllllth Ol  Ual* Tl <      H
J. Mcl.  s. K   i-.arnar. No. SI,
chain.,  tltfttca*  tn.rtlt  HO rli.n-
. rliaitt**. Ilai-iin- aoulh 80 Chan
aii.-iici-tti.-til     raatitaatnitiK till'uai-
li.ii. I 1.1.   .'.'. UU. J.IIINH'aJ
Pab. la-li. Si. IaAi* I ' -1
We'supply Farmhouses, Camps, Mines, and
save the buyer money.
Write for our   Price   List
Skin-mi l.ittnl !>i.trlcl-DI*lrlclaif Cta��.i:tr
T.-iki- ii.ait.i* tlmt I Bolcom McDonald **f Prinea
Kul-i-it. It.C. aaccuitatiain lal.ircr. iiat.-n*l. Ia^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
nly fnr panalaakn tn paitfiaaa thr faaiiuwinar tit** I
acribad liaml.: ,.���.
Commaaelatatapoat iilnnt.-,! tin.-.* nml ,.no*' tlua-cn ChwIotKa laland. ljind IJUtnct -Utaoa
lialr lallaa In an aaalailj illim linn fnan Ilia point Ska* n
nn Nititaa Rlvar whrra* tha Latra Laaa trmi baxtni      Tala. notice that I, Jo n Mcl^-
ittnl una* mila* in ta nitrlha*rly iliia't-tnm from tha   iiriiiatmn lirtik.-r, Inli-n I   o . p
���aid Lava Laaa trait, thanaa north Rl ehaina. I topro^aattara aiaml petntia* m -
thanea waat K ehalnia, thanaa nralh n ehalnai '���  "
thenca fiaiit chititni In IHiint atf t*ainimctia-a*ana*nt. ���
riinttaitiinnitlliBcri*..
Diati-i.-ii :t. r.in.       bolcom McDonald
I'llli. Mur. 111. Jaam*|ah Hi-laaua. A   .nl
Mail orders receive prompt attention
-it- land.: m^^^^h
i . -.. ���.   . aa.* at a p at plat l**d a
miuI ,  ami  lav,, anili-ta wa* I  ail tlii . I    Uiver and markatl J. Mr
\...  IV  lltcnca*    oulh   -10 Chain., lit-cr ����
chain., ihenc* nnrth  Ml  ci��h
cl.aan. tn |aa*i I ol cotnm**nc*i*iit--tn.    *
acres niuiv or l��. . y ^
ianna M   ;*--���*
���
hate . I'.-l.. 2'���
I'uh Mi. za.
mil
Largest  Stock  in  Northern  B. C.
frl***<b*P^b *****���*��� ^/W��/^a j]W^aa/^irf^a ���^w/^��^V>6
LAND  PURCHASE  NOTICE
skeena Land iH-'rict -Dlatriel of Qu.i-n Chariotta
Idandi
Take notin* that   QaOfge \V.  Arimtt   of  I'rince
Hu|H*rt,  H.  c. Dcoupauon  raal  i I     ar,
,tt|lnttndi to appl. for permWon to purchaaa tin*
18 j lollowim; deacrUx I land*:
Commandni il  a poal  plantod  al I   ��ven
miiest ami ona>ball mUa waal nml one mile nuth
from the mouih ol Btanl)   Creek, N.tii n Ha bor,
ihenee \M*si BO ehtina. thenw iouUi ���,,i chalna,
thonoe eaal 80 chalna, thence north B0 chalna.
Dated March 17, lull. GEO, W. ARKOTT
I'uli. April 21!. Numa Donera, Agenl
skei-na Land i".-trict Dlatriel of Quoen Chariotta
lalandi
Take notice thai J- H. Murphy <��f Vancouver,
B, *'. oecupatlon oomtnordal traveller, Intendi
to apply for (it-rWiaiuri to purchaaa the tolloWtng
deacribad lands
Commeneing ai  a pmt  plantetl nhout aeven
miles wesl and onu mile nouth  from  tin* mouth
,..,,...- ilivtnci        In   lln.ni   nnnn   \-i,*,.   ��' &****���**��� Creek, Naden Harbor, thenee north hii
emoraimng,    in uuni oprn \uv|chainitt lll(,m,. ^^ 40 Smtni   "
rhains, thence enst  10 chains.
Dated March 17, IUll.
I'uh. April88,
COAL   NOTICK
Skwna land l>i��tru*i    Ui-'rirt of t"oa��t Itangp V
Take   notice   thai    Kdith    Alict    CroWthat    ������(
Ikleg.   Yorltahlfet  Knglnnd, occupauoii iplnatar,
Intenda to apply for (M*rrnia��iiin to purctianc tl*o    	
followini* deocrilNtl laudu:
t'oinmenrint; at n jitwt plantid ut the wmth ca*t .
corner of ��urve>e.l hn Nil, Range  ���. COM  W��-    QuaOO Charlolte Iilan<'a land in '
tricl, thenre north along the OMtariy litr.it  ol the Sk ena \__*_m
-aid lot SS chain�� mon* or l<-�� to tin* Mmtla-rly       Take notire that I, John MrL ' *
limit ol LotSflftA. ItunKe.'', c�� ��m di-trirt. thenoa occitt alio Itmknr, intend to nppl ,,,r ^vj
e.u��t along thc Koiitliprly limit of the la*t tnenti,i.��l to prospect |t*r roal and petroleum OB tw*!*"'
lot   IHI  chaint  to   a   point,   thenr,-  in    a BOUtb1    de*rr li ���! land*:
erly dlMttOD SS    ebnna    parallel   io   Um    Mtd        Commenring at a poat nlail'-d '��� r'
aaatariy  limit   of   Im   8891,   thenc*  In a *i"t- ���%mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm*^
���*rly direction lit! rhain* mun* or leu to
the point of commencement containing 210 MM
mon* or lew.
EDITH ALICE CKOWTIIKH
Dated March K, lull.
I'uh. March 88,
.... two wnt ol the m uth oi t ��*   IW H *j
marked J, UeU& B, Cornar, No
B  c- ains Umom ��-eat ��o chaini
c ams t ence eant >0 chul
menement-  -ontatning t!4Q acr�� ���
.   Ull.
I'ati*.! Kelt    :i.
Puh. Feh. 25.
Oltnnc* McPoM
1
Bltetni l.an��l OhtrlJt- DIm rict of Caaaiar
Take notice that  I.  lVrr\   Queenao ..f   I'rmre   gueen Chailolte lalan-a L nd l>i��tr <t -I'*'"
Stecna
ltu(��'rt. li  Ca, occupation proapector, Intend to
Queen Charlotte 'Mnnds Land l��i-trct    DUtrict ol ' apply  '*"   Iterniiimion   to  purchaN>  trw  following
Bkeena dweribt I lan m
Take notice thai l.John UeLaod Of VanOOUW,        Commenring  at   a  pag   planteil  In lhe vicinitv
occupaUon broker, Intand to apply fur parmlaatoa   ol Qoaoa May. aii.ni three^Ighta of a mile Miuth
lo proepael for conl and petroleum on Um foUowtni   of ti��* mouih ol the Donama <>*ek. and i (*
deMribed lamls: on the eaaterly i��-1* '.ti*.   of TimlxT  Until   Na
r,ke notiee tht I. John \l L d ' V M
orcupation hroker. Intend to anph ���' ,
i   pro inr-  or cimI a <l   eir loum ���'
d wrilied |   min.
Commandng at a p it t l��nt d a'_
immennnit at i
and two mile.
BS88I or Nil ���'���-'��"; tlein- BDuth^Q chatM alone   T ���*'   liver and	
"""Bl   No   Ifi. there* nirth
��� t   o'   ll
-i .1   M
w   C
I'uh. Feb.
and licentiousness i> palliated, and
even justified. To appeal to tlu
authors and  publishers of  these
books   serins   of   little   use,   and
thence  south   BO
J, II. MURPHY
Numa .Demon, Agent
Bkeena Lund Mtotrtot��� Dlitrict of Queen Clmrlotte
[alanda
Take notice thai Ceo. II. Limx of Prince Kupert,
111.  C,  occupution  barber,  intends  to  npply  for
the law reauircs MieinjtlieniiiL be* pwwWpn ,0 PW��hM�� tho following deacribed
1 B i lands: &
lore their circulation ean lie stop* l   fnmmondnt �� a noil planteil ahout wven
1     | miles west uml one mile soulh  from  the mouth
i)(.(|" lof s i an Iy  Creak, Naden Harbor, thenre south mi
j clininc.  thenci-  v.f*t   III  ehalni,   Ihence   north   Hll
Meanwhile,  parents aud  school  S^tj����>eewit40ohalni.
Dated March 17,1911, QEO, II. I.Ai \
inUStCrS, .Hid all  to wholll the train-    |,uh* April 88. Numa Demers, Agent
Commencing at a po*t planted Hi the mouth ul
the Ti el Hiver and nmrked   J.   MrL  \. K. i or-   the eaaterly llmll of -mil Timber limit X
ner, No. Mi, thencu aouth Ml chains, thenre ��est   or No. 8S8BQ 10 rhain-. thenri- ea-t to the ihore of rhatna   thence eouth    l> cha
mi chainn. thei.ee north ��ti chuins, thenee eant Ml   QOOM Hay, a ribtUOi of  In chain*, mon nr It M O It lnt M crnnmn cem-i t
ehaina u> point pi eommauoamenti eonlaining otu  thenn' norther!)  along the ihon of t *.* it.,-. I||H men-or le*
acres, more or lOH,                                                              10 rhuins more or laaa, UtOtNa we-l.-t!,   |p ,1 in* \> \ ',\ J* b  98   1   ll
DataOd Feh. 81, lull              John UeLBOD      rw     t leaa to point of oomreonownent. containing i-.-h ;iii*��fii'             C  i   ������ '-*
Leslie K. Walter, Agent.    160 acraa more or lew. **��**.***
Dated March 7, lull. I'KUKY QUBENAN t..i
I'uh. April 7. ti'i.i-n Charlotte Mand* Un.l 1'  I
Ikeena
Skeen i Lind l��i��trict-|)i-trirt of Caviar T:,k   nn"ce that I, John Mcl^-j"! ;
Take nntMt* tlmt I Joaeph Belway of Vanoot ret nr,"pntion i.roker, intend to appl
B.O., oecupaUon prtnpector, Intenda to nppl) t..t '"po-iM-rt 'err u m pit roleum
permisnion to purehmr the followinK ilearnlHt) h ** rlwil landa:
lands: Commencing it a poat planteil a
Cotnmenciim nt a p-.it phintiil two nn.l oni-luilf ''""'  ��*'d  two mwi  Hi of the      ���   (
milen in an eastetly direction from the point  on ''  "Iffl and marked J.  McL.
NaaetUrer whore tba Lnva Lake tr.ni benim V1  M'* *hcnc amnh ho chain.
Ihenre  west  Nl chain*,   thenre in.uth   BOchalm
thence enst WH'hninn. thrini'  north  HI rhains  t
point of eommonoamant, eontnlnlns S40 acn
inn "I" boys and girls i> entrusted
^kfena Und DWrict    Dtotnd      '    t*t\ Charlotle
i i.. notin tl .- Hubert 0 < row of Princo
��� Intendi lo apply
f Uowing ileaenliecl
Commencing at  a pool  planted aboul  6 1*8, .       . . .       ,       . .
It of the mouth ol   Call  not In* delected li\   the title.
Stanley  Criffc   ��)trre  It   emptlei    Into   Naden       , . , , ,
absolutely colorless ant
Skeenn Ui  I  Uistrict��� DiMrirt of Const
^^^^ ^_^_ , Take notice    hat   Fred  W.  Holder of Kitsiim-
arC asked  tO SCl   tllCniSclveS against    kalum, occupation  farmer,  intends  to apply   for
Iiermission   to   purehUB   the   following   desrrihed
the cin illation of such novels, and
expose their character when  "it
Y��rlwliin��t   V.nitUtet.
1...|.    I,,    ��pp\y     la
upauon
tullir
it,-arf,\w|   \Ut4t
\m.*nn_.mn   Xtt   |,���tCha����'   (h��>
It \< hoped  that an association
may be formed, by means ol which
tajueeu Charlotte Islnncln Und Pi.itrict-Dintrict of
.Skaana
Take notice that I, Jolm McU-od of Vancouver,
occupution hroker, intend to apply for pormlarion
to prospect for coal nml petrulwum on the following
deacribod landai
Commencing at a post planted nhout two milen
we.-t of the mouth of the Tl-��d Kiver tnd marked
J . McL. N. W. Corner, No. 89, Ihence MUth M>
chainn, thence east Ml chains, thence north .*^
chains, ihence west Ml chainn to point of Commencement; containing till) acres, more or leaa.
Hated Kel   **
��� itui
'. Ml
'
larulRi     ^^^^^^^^
Commencing ;,�� n poat planted nt the north
ensl corner Of \. McLi-od's pre-emption, thenn
'20 chuins nuth. thence 10 chain** eaat, thenre '_W
chaina north, ihence 10 chains west to post of
commencement rnntalning 'Jtl acm more nr loaL
Dat��hI April 10, I 111, FUIKDIUCII W. UOllLLU
I'uh. April 22, Fred Hampton, Agenl
Bknoni Land DI trict���Diitrict  nf ('oast   Rang! '*
'lake notloa lhat 1* Llonol Klngaley ol Vancou*
ver, It. C,, oecupatlon miner, intend to apply
for permlwon to purehaae tho (ollowing descrilied
Commencing ai a ml planted near tho eouth*
west cnrner of |yrt d03, tvangO ���'>. Coast Dintrict
thenre west 40 onilni, thi-nre south 80 cimins,
thenre east   10 ehaina, thence   FiOTth 80 chains to
nint of oommenoofflent.
lated March 84, uui. UOMBL R1NOSLGY
pub, April M.
,��� i.*-,--* -;.���'/      mon- or iitc.
(larence McDowell, Agent    p���tP i.>|,. 8, IUll
! Fuh. Mar. 10
Queen Charlotte Islands I,and District-District of |
Sk(H-na
Take notice that I. John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation hroker, intend to apply for permiwdon
to prospect for coal and petroteum on the following
deacribod landai
CommencinK at a pont planted Hhout two milea
west of the mouth of the Tl-el Uiver and marked
J. McL. N. K. Corner, No. 40, thence aoulh Ml
chains, thencu west M> chains, thencv north K0
chainn, thenre east 80 rhains to point of commencement;  containing (ill) acres, more or leaa.
Dated Feb. 81, 1011 JOHN McLOED  mv_um.
I'uh. Feb. 2:1. Clarence McDowell, Agent    pj,tn yP\h nt |yn
| puh. Mar. lo
(Juren Charlotte Islands Land District���Diatrict of
Bkoenn
Take notice thai I, John MoLood 'if Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply tor penniaainn
to proapect for Coal and petroleum on the followinK
described landn:
Commencing at a post planted at the month of
Ihe Tl-el Kiver ami markeil J. McL. S. B. Corner,
No 1, thence north 80 rhains, thence west B0
chains, ihenre south Ml chains, thence east K0
chains to point of commencement* containing
lilll acres,  more or less.
Dated Feb. 81, UUI. JOHN MCLEOD
Pub. Feb. fS* Clarance McDowell, Agent
chain., thence north  H    chains  ' ,
hams to point I f commenc m*i t    I      '
icim, more or lr����. .  ,,.- .p
Dated FS. 88,1 11. '
'   i . Feb. 2". Clara c   Md"*
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pub. Feb. as.1'm   cm���- ffiSBUIflSS! MB**  J08BPH BKLWAV
Queen Charlotte Islands Und Di-'r       '"
Skeena ,   ,....
Take notice that I.John lloLcn I
CCUpatlon broker, intend to appl*
to prospect for eoal and petroleum <���
        dosdrlied land: ���
immencinir ni n mmi .,uhi.j  *- * (ommencing   at a post planted n1 '1Jl
half mnSln'a'a'iSSffi SlSS8S.%SS <T- ,Z_   ���""���* * ,h" m"ulh �� lh" T,H!! '�����
���ni Nun. iiivi.r vvlii-n- tin* Lava Lake trail com.
Illl-ll,-.a. Ill'.aa   il.l-llllil. Hi, l-lTi-aH    ellhU    a-liitii,.       '-'_"','.
thanee mith m ehaina, thenee wnt S chanL
thenca north110 ehaina i.,,, rinl nf ,-,.��� ���.,,���,.���,
tlatialnllaarailo aaarrs mun* nr la*..
~        ARTHUR JAMG8WElaCH
Joaeph Belway, Atenl
Bkeena Und DlaWet-DiiMel i.rcn.��lnr
Tnka* an.l Hint I Arthur .limn-. Wa>Ma 'af V na-
couver. ocoupatlan broker. Intend, ti. npnle f���r
normir.liio t.i luirrlua... t|���. f���||������i,���, ,|,.���,iu,l
landai '
ii'a
J*"'McU, S. W. Cor"n'er Noi 4,"U>' "''0 "
cnitln..  Ihainca* eaiat RO  chain,   li
thence Wi.t 80 i-lua IB to
mi-i-eenaent: caanltlnlnu 04" ecn- ���
l'a*.,l IVI, 26, 1*11. '
I'uli. Feh 27. T. E. WW"
I
Qui*��� Chtrlutle l.lend" Unil DW ri*��    '
Skeene
I   Al...��n.i...  aa   a.        .      Tako naatlee lhal I, John MeUod'
unatlon \_m��        . "'V "f   ?"��I��U��H !>r��l<or. Intend lo appl, '
���   ���    -I 11     n'"'" '"   '," EHM '* r''��' ��"'1 Petroleun. ��� I
liurriiu.ia the lollowina   ile.crllaeil lan Ii
Skeenn Lnnd Dlatriet-Dlltriel ia! (\.ia��l
Tnka*   niitlie   that
Vancouver, H.('., eei
n|a|aly fnr |iermi..iun
aleai-rllaail liaml.:       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Commenelnaapoil plant ind marked A II
S.I-,, corner, ntul mljutnltiar
Skeena , ,. ,
Take notice thai I, John Mrl.co.1 ;*' '"
l'l'
('���ininaencina a   a post planted nl'""' "
""- end to mile, went ol the "   ,
iiiii.'-i i'i--*-   ���  ii I"*.* *i,...,^ rr,���','.T
......    ..I   llmhM   la-aaat    l.lj'l     llu'lar..   in   a.   taaafl t.a-,1 v      .1 !_'.      *   .'IHIt
limit ol tin ���>-"m-.t-������-.-;','  ''=''""��� """I. I" I.-., n       ... ���     ,
dlreetloi   II chali    mole or taa to i -    I ,���.-��. e..M��iaai���i *��, 'ii1*''" '-""' "' c.,i���,n..���c-'.  Wolfe   ll,irr\
comm.*iin*i.."ii-                                        ���t-,,u,,���i. ,,",i",.f",- l\ l-i.,1    ""'���'""'������"* li*.                  ���                        '
DawdMarch��, l��ll.             JACK BHDFORD Pab.MankC                                             lllrnwiii-    ani
Puh. March Ma
wu.iJAM v,UNKUs (.AIl,.BNTKIlhacaul
and
master
Burleigh,   Sir   |(iliu|
Sir Jamc�� Criditon INSERT YOUR LAND PURCHASE
Edward   Littletod, NOTICES IN THE
u Eton. I OPTIMIST
ueen Charlotte Uland, Und DUtriet���Dlrtrict ol    sk��*na Un.llM.trlct-iij.iri., ���, ___,,.,   , ..
t    . i-kivnia Take nmlca* thai Catherine ll���,,,'.,Sliiotw
l-ake notloe thai I.John MeUod of Vanoouver,   AilKinn, oampatlon  iplniter  liSSil .�� .K"'
S^JP WaaltsBrti' ur"m ��� r - **�����&
^*_fSm., ,.��� ���������, .w ptaLSfsra &ia. a ssn +m ��� **,
and ona mile wee   ..f tha. mouih ol ilu.   aal Rtenlev Cnn.1,   J,,, .  ..     " "" '*"' 'nouth
g>��3�� m I.,m.-..., v"w';���'���!:;. M,.M:::'?;r,h���i., ',"..:;::";:;' & ���*��
ii   thanea .nuth BO ehalni  ihi.ia,*.. mm nahai.aa.jn .i....... ... . '      '"    '" chaini imnh
liaarlll
Tl-el
Dia'ii.,17 iffiK? "".'I'' S. tfafi**' i*mtim ':��'"i"��'o 1 ihenee 40 chain
e     n"'t,., ,T.   I    '        -*.���"< ""���""��� w"��l WI1 thenco 10 chain. w,*.|'t,  ,,',,V,Vt" ���, ��� m
lert. imaj" or [.'.'j"""""""""'"': containing 010 ; ami contalnina Jfio acre. i���Z,,nt"|'���;.""""a.nccmenl   thenee .outh
Dali-il l-a-li. 20, I'.lli. ' ""'""'     -���*���**
Pub, Feb. 28.
Queen Charlutte I.lanala I-nml Dlntr.ct   P
Skeena . Va
lake notice thai I }un MaUed o
nceuiniiain lantker intend to apply IJJ ',
I" |inif|ieC<  l<-I   a  a,;||  am,I   | ,,-t I a all-l I I ��� ���  OB    ""
daeeribed landi
hiain.
io ehalni
inn! h
mirth,
'ommeiicint! at a po.t planted ilm"1 "
lh ami two mllea weat ol the I""
���   ( orni-i
,   .. Dated March 17. Kill
���IIIIIN McLKOD
Clarence McDowell. Aeon   I'ub. Apr. 7
more or lew,
CATHERINE HARRISON , Dated Keh 26,1911
Numa Demena, AKent i I'ul-. Feb. 27.
north i _    _
lliv r and mirkeal J. Mcl,.. !<. W*     ,
Ihence  north   NO  chalna,   thenn*  ra-i
'   HO rhiina, thence weal ��� .',
Iii'iiiit  **!_ commencement:   contain"1*1
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Grand Trunk Pacific
Townsite
The only Main Line
Townsite in British
Columbia in which
the Grand Trunk
Pacific Railway Co.,
has announced its
joint ownership.    -:
Lots
in
Ellison
Tow
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Rogers
Addi-
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For Sale.
SEE THE OFFICIAL MAP
Tha Brat glance will show you that ELLISON ia located nt Un- junction of tlu- Bkeena River ami Hit- Bulk-
ley Valley. The Grand Trunk Pacific lias announced that
they are joint owners in the townsite of Ellison. Now,
my dear reader, yon muat remember that up to date the
(annul Trunk Pacific has not announced that it has any
interest in any other main line townsite in British Columbia.    Does that start you thinking?
STUDY THE MAP ami you will lind that Ellison ia
where the railway tracks leave navigation. That fact 19
a very important one for conservative investors to think
over. What is known as the Hazelton diatrict Coven a
territory many miles in extent in every direction radiating frnrn the townsite of Kllison. Minim: machinery, ore
shipments, smelters, reduction plants and all sorts of
mining operations starting up in this rich mineral region,
must necessarily have a metraipolis, u HUH, a headquarter*, If any sane, conservative man can figure out any
other spot exca-pt Kllison for the huh of the great commerce aaf this district, his plan should he very interesting
to the Grand Trunk l'acilic officials.    It doa-s seem aa
though these officiate, after several  years  of  Investiga
tion and engineering, would know just  what  they  were
lining when they put their official stamp on Ellison.
STUDY THAT MAP-I desire to say to all parties
who are talking townsites in the vicinity of Skeena River
and Hulkley Valley that there will no doubt be several
small towns, just the same as one always finds in a mining district. There will be towns in the vicinity of Ellison along branch railways, probably towns at the ends
nf blanch lines made to serve the mines and the collieries,
but it will be history repeating itself in regard to the
building up of every metropolis. Ellison has every natural advantage, has every earmark of being the future
mercantile and financial centre of the Skeena River mining distriet and the entrance to the Bulkley Valley.
STUDY THAT MAP nnd you will find that all of
Ihe mining towns and railroad towns around there juat
beginning to be talked about will only be feeders to city
and port of ELLISON. The Grand Trunk Pacific has put
its official stamp on Kllison. Do you believe the company
will do as much-for townsites owned by individuals as it
will for one in which its stockholders are joint owners?
If yon do, don't buy any lots ip Ellison. If you desire to
make a permanent investment, or merely to make a little
quick money, you must decide  for yourself right now.
Do you propose to follow the individual townsite promoters or the Brand Trunk Pacific Railway Company.
STUDY THAT MAP-lf you desire to put your
money into a real estate promoter's townsite you will
have many, many opportunities this summer. The average promoter is full of hurrah and retl tin-. He must
enthuse investors of tha- mail-order class with his wares.
ELLISON is in the Missouri class. Tha-refaire, 1 am not
telling any fairy tales about it. 1 am making statements
that can be readily verified.
STUDY THAT MAP.-If you want to join that
great army of investors-at-long-raiige, then you shoultl
put your money into promoters' townsites. If you want
a perfectly safe antl sound inueslment, certain to bring
you large prolits, tha-n put your money where the Grand
Trunk l'acilic, after years of careful investigation, have
put tlia-ir money.
STUDY THAT MAP. lt is not likely the Grand
Trunk Pacific will have nny other townsite in British Columbia for sale Ihis year. The officiate of the company
state that lhe company is not Interested in any townsite
in the Hazelton district except KLLISON.
KLLISON is on the bank of the Skeena at its conlluenee with the Bulkley.     You may change railway sur
veys, you may change the location of towns, but you cannot change tin- geography of the country through which
the rnilway passes. The head of navigation necessarily
means an Important townsite. Ellison will not only be at
the bead of navigation, but the centre of a mining diatrict
wonderful in its resources that is now being opened up,
and for which K'lisam will be the shipping point both by
rail antl water. The fact that trains may change engines up or down the line or in the suburbs of the town
of Ellison does not amount to shucks in building up a
town when such places are compared with a town located
where rails and navigation meet.
STUDY THAT MAP. You will find on tbe official
plan nf Ellison lhat a large part of tbe townsite lies been
reserved for future sales, the same as the company has
done with certain sections of Prince Rupert townsite.
There are, therefore, at this time, comparatively few lots
on the market.    You must hurrv if vou want one.
STUDY THAT MAP. ROGERS' ADDITION to
Ellison, only a small parcel of land, lies within eight
blinks of tlie site of the rnilway station. Lots in this
are being offered. I am advising my clients to buy Rogers Addition lots at $l.ri(l for inside lots antl $^,ri0 for
corners. Terms 111 per cent, discount for cash, or 10
per cent down and the balance on easy terms, no interest.
JEREMIAH H. KUGLER
Offices: 2nd Ave., Facing Grand Trunk Terminal
Prince Rupert, British Columbia
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It is a pretty hard struggle for some women
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Don't get sloppy! Don't have your wife
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say to us���
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_MW_W^<i\~~WMm
* e tV/AiJili ���
$337.50
and |48 75 payable October 30th, 1911
and M8.76 payable October ,'��)th, 1912
will secure either of those lotB
Lnts 18-14 Hlock 8 Section 7
We are agents for the old reliable
1 ineiiix, Liverpool and London and
UlObe and liritish America Fire Insurance Companies.
DR.NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
Second Ave.. Prince Rupert, B.C.
Head the Daily Optimist
1.0.0. F.
FIRST
ANNIVERSARY
SERVICE
of local Lodge l.O.O. P., will be held
SUNDAY, APRIL 30th
-IN THK-
Presbyterian Church
(Empre.a Tl.i-.atr.-   aat 11 aa. an.
All Oddfellows in the eity are urged to
be   present   and  meet  at the
Lodge Room at 10 a.m.
PHENIX THEATRE
(Under Ncw Management)
TO-NIGHT
Complete  Change of Programme
Latest Pictures   -   Best Music
GET THE HABIT
EVERYBODY COME
Adults 15c     -     Children 10c
ADVERTISE   IN THE
OPTIMIST
THE   INLANDER
I never climb a liiuli hill
Or gaze across tlu- lea,
Hut, nil, beyond thv two of
them,
Beyond tin- height and Mm*
of   till-Ill,
I'm looking for tin- sea.
A him- si-a   a crooning sea���
A gray sea lashed with foam���
But, oh, to take the drift of it,
To know the surge and lift of
it,
And 'tis I am longing for it as
the homeless long for home.
I never dream at night time
Or close my eyes by day,
Hut then- I have the might of
il,
The wind-whipped, sun-drenched sight of it.
That calls my soul away.
Oh, deep dreams and happy dreams
It's dreaming still I'd he,
For slill lhe land I'm waking
in.
'Tis that my heart is breaking
in,
And 'lis far where I'd he sleeping
with the blue waves over me.
���Theodosia Garrison
Reciprocity
WILL   RECIPROCITY  BENEFIT  CANADA?
This is a question on which
many people differ. Hut
all  who  know  agree  that
the bast values obtainable In
Clothing,
Boots, Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
Topshirts,  Underwear, Etc.
are being given  at
Grossman & Soskin
COMPLETB Ol'.TVITTER8 Tl) MEN
Second Ave. '  Bet. 7th and 8th St
pRochester &
';r   ��� Monroe
v Ladysmitm
l     '���$Coal
Phoneiis
New
Knox
Hotel
BESNER & BBBNBR, pBOPWWOBl
Thp New Krm*. Hold || run on thp European
Ulnn. First-class service. All thp latest Modern
Improvements. ���:���:- HKDS 60c HI*
FIRST AVKNUK. I'ltlNCE RUPERT
If You Are Even Hall-ready
lo Buy Property, Study
The Real Estate Ads!
MM
As soon as the property-
owning purtMM iri'ls a foothold
with you begin to read anal
answer and investigate the
real estate nils!
And by the time you art-
half ready to buy a home,
learn all that the ads car,
teach you of property-values
���all that nil-answering can
tench you of desirable places
to live.
Your interest in real estate
advertisements may he tt*
sponsible for your securing a
a better home than yon can
imagine you can afford-anti
for your securing it sooner
than you had hoped to do.
W. I.. BARKER
Architect
Second aveiue and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
MUNRO   &   LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building. Second Avenue.
STUAKT &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS -:- AUDITORS
Law-Butler Building      I'hone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 351
ALFRED CARSS,   C. V. BENNETT, H.A.
of 1 :i al .��� Ii Columbia nr ll.C < in I hi i". Sm-
tanal M .mt..1 > a llaraa. kiatrhajaavaan   itnil  Al
ia,! t i ltatna.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Olfler-Exi-haaaiff blaarlt. corner Thin! avenua* land
Sixth ntnwt. I'rinca* Kutacrt. h
WM. S. HAM., I.. D.S., U. D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All alrntal oTacratinnia skilfully tra*aatoal. I'.aaia anil
local nnanthatliria aalnalniialfrapt] fair the |tninla*aaia ex.
trnrtiatn aaf tavth. Caanaaultatfon fra-a*. OIRca**:
!loltjt*r��iin Work. Prince Ruuert. 11-12
ss. Prince George
Saili for Stewart, Sundayt, 8.00 a.m.
Sails for
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
HANDASYDE  <&  HURT
AtlKNTS   FOR   RBBba    MAIII1NKRV
...ANI*   CONTRACTalRS    8l'N't.lt:H...
P. O. Box 436 - Office 3rd and Fulton
P, O. UOX 2.1
PRINCE UITKIIT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
rUNI. HI   WM. FOXON. Ksq.. A.1I A.M..'I.aaN.. IMO.
Mondays, at 8.00 a.m.
, Prince Albert sails for Port   Simpson, Naas River Points, Masset,
Naden Harbor,   every  Wednesday, 1.00 p.m.
and for:
Refuge Bay,   Skidegate,   Queen
Charlotte City,   Lockeport,   Pa-
coli, .ledway,   Ikeda Bay,   Rose
Harbor   anal   return   via   Queen
Charlotte City every   Saturday,
1.00 p.m.
The  Grand Trunk Railway Syatem
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains over its
double   track  route   between   Chicago.
Toronto,   Montreal.   Quebec.    Halifax,
Portland, Boston, New York and Philadelphia.    Information   and  tickets  oh-
tainable from the nllice hereunder mentioned.    Trans-Atlantic booking! by all
lines arranged.
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND    PASSENGER    AGENT
FAMOUS PRINCESS LINE
Canadian Pacific Railway   *   R.C. Coasl Slr.imi.hip Service
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS  ANI) REPORTS
SIXTH  STREET
PRINCE  RUPERT
Altai.M.Miaiiunn n.A..     W.E.WIHI��ms,R.A.,t..L.n
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
I CANADIAN
PACIFIC
princess May
for
Vancouvor,   Victoria.   Seattle
6 p.m.. MON., MAY Ut
Train for Winnipeg nml Toron-
^H     ^^ to Irnves Vancouver at
^^^ Imperial Llmltod for Chloasoi
Montreal nnd Now York. BMl train BOTOII the
continent. Icuve.�� Vnncnuucr daily At :t.-i.r�� p.m.
Cnrries cunipartnicnt obttrvftttotl enrs. the finest
car on any road nny where.
Airent for all Atlantic Steamship linen. Tickets
to and from Kuropeau points.
J. G. McNab
General Agent
.
I'HONE 294 GREEN P.O. BOX "00 |
A. L. WATKINS
ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
ELECTRIC WIRING
IN BOTH  PRIVATE AND BUSINESS HOUSES
Liquor Act, 1910
(Section :ifi)
Notice is hereby Riven that on the
24th day of May next, application will
he made to the Su|ia-rintenilenl of Provincial l'olice for thi- ^rant of a license
for the sale of HquOUI hy retail in anil
upon the pratnlltl known as Kitsumkalum Hotel, situate nt Kitsumkalum, B.
C, Skeena district, upon the lamls ile-
icribad as lot 865a
llatotl this 24th ilav of April, 1911,
Apr. 25-lino.      HARRY BERRYMAN
Plumbing   I  Steamfitting     Work pertonnod by ��tp��tta only.
Thlral Ave. laaalwcon 7th n-nal Sth St��.
Over B.C. Bnkcrv I'RINCE RUPBRT, B.C I
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
A first class job is guaranteed in
every instance.
A large stock of Chandeliers  and
Fittings carried.
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables Second Ave. I Third Ave.
H. W. Blakely - Electrican
Near Sixth THE
PRINCE   RUPERT    OPTIMIST
WE ARE
ALWAYS
OPENING
NEW	
GOODS..
���m\ m
This time Ita Children'! Dresses,
ages l to iii years.
These Garments are exception*
ally well made and of good ma*
terlali,     They  come  in   Ducks,
Panamas,   Ginghams,   Etc.,   In
"Sailors," "Busters" and "Ru*
siat:~."    Some are   now  on  display In our Pulton St. window.
We are opening today a shipment of Turnbull'a Underwear
for ladlea, children and infants.
The ladies' garments are in summer weights,  in combinations,
two-piece short 'sleeves,   and   all
wooli ai.d lace trimmed.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICK
Church Services
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
gei. ,-, ���  over) Sunday i�� lho
Emproi   Theatre, ll ii.ro
I.,,     Sunday Soho
31b bCI im nl ' ]" P.���-
REV. I'  W, KERR, M A . Pastor
and
ml II lit I
THE
1
BAPTIST
CHURCH
IIBAO
IPCKNTRB
BT.
Ices o
11 \  Sunday ;ii  11
nnd
:m n.in.
Sunday
Sdi
i. i  8 '.-i   p, in.
1 tin uen
Bib
,* Clui
:t p.m.
REV  *
II. Mel
EOD
PASTOR
'
'
���
H. S. Wallace Co'y. Ltd.
Dry Good*. Chin��M*rr, Etc.
Fulton Street and Third Avenu e
Skoona Und Ditrlct  -l>i;-iri<*i of Quo��n Charlotte
Tike notloe iimi ticurni' Frltsell t��l Prince
Ruporti B, C., oooupatlon butcher, Intond* to appl)
lur porroluton t" purohan the tollowing dotcribea
Ibmu;
Commencing ai a pnst jimmi-il ui><mt levon
milei weil .mil two milei *muti or the mouth nf
Stanloj Creek whore i*. eraptiei int" Naden
Harbor, Qraham Uland, thenee mi ehalni wuth,
. thence -v" ohaioi w��*.--i, thenoe 80 ohaina north,
theneo 80 chani oaei tn polnl ol oommeuoement
and contalnina 040 aerea moro orlt-s**.
paled March 17, 1811 QEOlUJE FR1ZZBU-
pub, April! Nutnii Demon, Agenl
Queen Charlotte talandi Laml Dlitrlol   Dlitrict ol
Skeona
,    Tukr notiee ilmt 1, J. 0. McNab ol Prinee Ru��
pert, oooupatlon general uki'hi. Intend to apply
lur pernilnlon to proapect tor ooal and petroleuni
on t I i llowtni ���'* scribed luiuU:
t ommenolna ;.' -i ooel planted ���>' the to n��oaal
eoroe* fi bection ���', Townahb - Graham laland,
tnd markod *��� �����* McN., s. E. Comer, thonce
tnm\ W cbalna, thenee north 80 ehaina, thonce
eaat BO *t...n;>. thenee eoutb mi ohaina tn point oi
commei *>tmit;i.
Dated Marob i, l'Jll. J. G   McNAH
Pub. Murch 2a. Wilson (ii.witiK, Agont
Bkaana Und Diatriet -DUtriot o( Cout lUnge 6 ���
Take notiee that Mary Mangret (iiiii- ol VIo- ���
turiu, Bi Cm oeeupation bouaekoepor   intandi io
upply lur permiwon to ptveheae tho [ollowing
doaorlbed lu ul��:
Commeneing ut <i poet plantod ;it the nurth eaat
eornei "f Lot 8987. thonoo 80 ehalni woet, thenee
B0 ehalni wuth, tbence BQ chain.* weet tu T. L.
B2697, thenee about SO ehalni nunh to lAkotae
' River, thenco tin-.4tnl.nni; said rivor Up stream in
K KuUteaaterb direction u> l.ak��*ln<* Lake, thenee
meandering aud lake to point ol eommeneement
! eontelnlng 180 acree. mure ur I��w.
!     I'oat inurkitl M. M. G., N. E. Cornor.
I)au-d l-Vli. II, 11*U.
, i'ul.. Mwch 4.
MARY MARGARET QILUS
Ske na Laml Di��inet--Dintrict ol Coast Urn*   b
Tako nuiice  iImi   Honjumin   Ruen.il    Uice  of
Prinee Rupart, it. c., oeeupatton wniter, intend.-,
to upply for permission to purchase the loUowlng
' ifa-cnt�� 1 lunda:
Commoncing ut u post planted t;r�� ehalni wuth
i.- the .nuth aaat oorne uf Dot 3060, theno *���
ehalni weel, thenee <>���"> chains north, thonoe 70
���ait, thenoe 80 ehalni wmth to puint ������(
OOn i ��� u'.-mt'iii; conuining 4f>*> acre*, mora or
li Poal marked it it. it., s. B. Cor.
Datod Pob. u, LUL
Pub. March 4.        BENJAMIN RUSSEL RICE
Bkaana Land District -District uf (.'oast Rfuge 8
Taka   noUoe that David MeUuinen ol Prlnoe
Rupert, it. C., occupation c|i*rl;. Intendi to ipply
for penwhatnn t*> purehiue tha loUowing (ii��cni>eti
lands:
CnitiniPiictnii at a post planted iu ehalni south
Inni the MHitfi weet oorner oi Lot W4, induce 40
chains eaat, theme -tu chain** north, thonoe   10
ehaina weat, then* to chaina eouth to point ol  ju    Word of Crew or Passengers
oommooeomeot;   com... ing 1 nre or   iyo noru Ul *~**-w Ul     �����������!!����
Poal mark.-l D. M*. 8. \\.
Classified   -   -  Advertisements
VlUOOUlVVt ���hiic lain tho clasBlfled advertisement columns.
On  the 1 t services the modern newspaper gives the pul 11   s in her8 m   t 0I, ,������,.
There buyer nnd seller, employer and worker, landlord and tin. > * ���     ���   �� 0 ti,���isl wU1 reduce its
mon ground.    To put this modern convenience in reach of ev. lye e Qf M cent8c
rate in a nominal price oi a oent a word per Insei loi .   ��im,\v ti,,,  ft groWi
Here ii our Classified Advertising Column foi  toaay. ���*	
nn: FIRST METHODIST rill'liril
iai rWKKN I BNTRHBTa AND 2nd AVB.
gervicea every Sumlay nt ll
ia.in ami 7.80 p.m. Sunilny
School .11 :'.'in p.m.
REV. c B. SINO, ii.i). Pastor
SALVATION  ARMY CITADEL
laai- OF 81X111  BTRBBT
Sunday Servlcei 11
n. in.. :i p. m., 8 p.m.
Siiaiilnv School 1.30 p.
in. I'ulilia* Servleei
Monday, Wedneadny,
'1'lnira.ilny. Saturdn) nl
. p.m. Bverybodj welcome.
'a ofi ifi ii
Lost and Found
Aclaiaflad advertliement aaill Introduce youi tti
tho loser of tho article you've found-on i"tn'-
duotton nt' iiiiituiil iinpintiiiii'i*.
FOUND-Abunoh of Key. on Blnic.   Apply"'
tliitiiiiisl Ollli-a*.
Help Wanted
AUK YOU IN NBBDOF HELP? Do you wi��t
to buy, or Kill, or hire, or loanl l�� ""'
Optlmlit Condonted Ail. route.
Smln Dlipenier Wimtoal.   Apply '' "��� '"""'���
w-wi
Boy Wiintoil.   Apply at Optlmlit Omce.       M-U
Wailri'ss wiiiiIihI at Suvny Hotel.
BOY WANTKD-To deliver pnrcoli nnd  mnke
himielf-zen Ilymoful.   Wajfe. ����� month
to .tart with.   H. 8. Wallaco & Co. Lttl.    8U-U
Help Wanted-Apply Pnntorlum.
BIG VESSEL
IS WRECKED
Houses Wanted
IIOI-SKS WANTKD-Furiii-lii*.! "I' unfumllh-
ail. 2 to a roomi. If location and Price sua
me I wilt rent them myielf nnd pay ronl In **���
vanco, iiiiavaiilnK. nulisiiiiK. Phonemotouay.
Black 59 -Undo Jerry. *--"
WANTED-Houie, i nr :. roomiand bath. fur.
nlahed or unfurnlihed, al once. APP V ���><
Optlmlit Itaix X. i"*"
fa.alll    IIjUI-i*.     In'*
.. cloie in.    Call
.-.Vlf
(el
WANTED-Three, four or na
nlihed. modern oonvenlcn
-phone 161.
Board Wanted
WANTED���Boom nnd board In prlvatt
X.M.. niaiiinisi Offlea,
family.
II
lialail l.'i'. II. l'Jll
l-ula. Murrli I.
DAVID Mcl.l.NS'AN
Bkeena Land Diatriet   Dim cl il I
Take notice thai I llu^-li li. UiIIimiI Prince Ilu-
jicri. oceupatloa lal '. Intendi  iai apply t��*a
mi aa iai purcluao ih** following daaaertbed
111 I a.l*
I'.aaiinnain-ina: nl n paia*l plantaM Hi"** ami one-
ball milaa In an eaataorly direction from the poinl
..a. '..a..- Rlvar whan tha Lava aUko trail ba��li
ami ona null' in a northerly direction fnan the
laaui Ijava l.nki* trail, tbence north 90 chalna,
iii.'aaaa. out n ehalni.thance eouth ni chaim
thonea weal -" ehalni t*. point of eommanoamanta
oontalnlna --ia1 iut.1*.
Iiai.l.i.  i. I'.-il. HUGH D.OILLlfl
I'uli. Mar. In. Jnaia'iih Holway, a\��a*nl
Vessel   Not   Identified
I
BEYOND  DOUBT  BRITISH
Message  Received  From Vigo.
Fire Insurance
nun SPECIALTY -l'ira* Imurance, Werepre-
lentalevan itrans Fin1 Iniuranee Companlei,
Wa want your Bualneu, i.��- .-<���* and imall.
Let ui quota you ratal. The Marl. Bealt) and
Iniuranco Company, eorSnl Ave. and rultonot
Wreck is at Cape Villano on  IHEBriti,h Union and N��   nai Fire Iniuranee
Company "f London, Enaland, with capital
of $2,600,000.00. Sm ua for ratal. Tho Mack
Hi-ally and Iniuranee Compan) ��� ""-if
Coast of Galicio.   Only Meagre Details Available as Yet.
���X,
...THE...
"What Shall It Be"
Question
This store is prepared lo answer il
��� -..���:���-���
Tin* aicca-aiiin mny bv what
it will; it ia our duty to In-
ready lo .*ni|i|ily you, and we
can du it too.
Wiih pteuura to you be-
caune of the llM of displhy;
wilh profit to you because of
our ability tn Mil close.
When tin- if'ft <|'ii-��li"n pre-
seni- lUflf let ua show you
bow easily we cun match your
ideaa.
Heintzman Pianos
EASY TERMS
C. B. WARK
Jeweller
iS|H-i'i.il in thc Optimist)
Madrid, April 29.   A dispatch
j11���i in from Vigo reports that a
big Ki'Klish steamer the identity
of which has not yet been estab-
.ii Cape
Real Estate
Ska*a*na Lund Dintrict    l>ia.lrirt nl Cotut
Taka- in'iii'i ilia, iiirmi Mc.\niaur ni Vaoeouvar.
II. ('.. laccupalinn ri*al a'Mala* am-nl Inli'iiil.- t������
apply (or l*< riiai.Mini tu purcloaH- lho [nlliiiaiiii:
iti ,a'iil***l land.:
a ,.iiaiiiii.i*i.u at   a |aa*-l  plaatad   10 cliain.   *. i
and Mi rhaiait, wtuth nl ilia- eoUthUVt a'urni I nl
Un  So.  ITll marka.1 Ol i MrArtliurn nnrtli-
��aa.t eomar, thanea muth m riiaima, tha*na*a* a.i-i   |i>]n-(l,   has   <_\uih*   .Islmri
Ml  cliull.a.   llia*na*a*   tlurtll    Hi  cliaill".   lila'l.ca*   wwt
Ml chain, to pan ail cainaini'iiaiiiii'iit, cotilaiiniii:   \ illauii nil   tilt'  nortllWCSt  COast   lit !
,'IHU acraia mon* air lc*at. ..... ,    ,       ,        ,.,        ,
I'..-., i M.ii.i. in. I'.'ii.     tii.KNS McAitTiu it (..ilhtiii .unl  li"ik>  liki- Ih-i'ihiu'ih;
I-ub. April ii. T. ll. Uinl. Aii.nt , 	
.i iiii.il wreck,    linn- i* i>n news
tC aa.1 Itanca* 'a Lanal limlricl ,
Xaka. i.i.ii.t*  tlnai   I,  J    Hepburn ol   KU-  Ol CTCW OT paSSCngCTS.
.unakalum.   DeOUpaUon   lariairr,   inla'inl   to   lipplj	
tot iHTtniaMiili IO purcliaa*.* tin* liillaiWtlK ilitacnlaa-al
lamia:
t iiiiitiirin'itai; at a pari lliaiiu**! at tin* tmrllfx
a ri'iil a'uliili* amli'n-
a-aallllt    a*l|lH.a.'ll    "tai
.^11 members of the Seandana-
A i-Iussiliiil iiilvrrlisi'nwnl
mtm. uml dou not oftm
fount" In tin-' ni't rwult
WANTBU-To purchiM loti In BmI Cove D|^
trict Motion 7 rn B, hi paymont down and
monthly lormi.  Apply l'' '* Box 890,     BftM
Situations Wanted
A eUulftod a<lv��*uiM*nn'iit  Ii n tlrtteu work*
luiiilor-atit! Mtldom fni^.
B> i'xi��trii-nci'il mun ami wifiMiNciMik nn<l  helper
in mlnlns cimp *<r country hotel   Apply "��� l��
I.. opiimi.it. '���'���"'������'*
0 chnn., thonc*   ^����1 &Ollet\   .Ul' leciUOStCd TO BXr,8ten0(rn,pher tnd office AiiliUnt.   (yeu   ex-
Miiitli    It'   rl.aif.".   it.t'iicv   *r��
^MJ^i��!,J��iro'',0l,,roBi,H&BUBN their meeting on May :i. in thei "��� ;^��01 """"	
**���*���*����� ' Prince Rupert Tent and Awning
Water Notice
Notice is hereby given that an anpll;
cation will be made under I'm-t v. oi
the "Water Act,  1909,"  to obtain a
lieenuoln the Queen Charlotte Division
aif Skeena District,
(ni The name, address and oceupation
of the applicant is Qeorge >��iiiii,'.
Victoria, B.C.
(If for mining purposes)   (we aMm-
er'n Certificate No	
(li) The name of the lake, stream or
Bource (If unnamed, the description
is) Ain Lake and Ain River,
((.) The point of diversion at or near
Ain Lake.
(,li The quantity of water applied for
(In cubic feet i��*r Becond) 1000.
Tha* character of thi* proposed
works, tlum, Hume, pipe-line, power
engines, plant, etc.
if) The premises on which tin- water
is tu In- used (describe sunn*) at or
near mouth Ain Rlver,Muset Inlet
(j;) The purposes for which the water
is to !"��� used is for power development and mill operations.
(lo [f for Irrigation, describe the
land ii) In- Irrigated, giving acreage.
(il if the water is to be used fcrpow-
i*i- nr mining purposes, describi the
place where tho water is to ba re
turned to sumo natural i-lnnim-l, ami
the difference in altitude between the
point nf diversion and point of return
At or near mouth of Ain Rlver,about
IM feel below lako level
(j) Area of Crown land Intended to be
occupied by the proposed works....
(ki This notice was posted on the
���jiilh ilay of April, l'Jll. ami application will be made to the Commissioner
on the 20th ilay of May. 1911.
(I) Give tin- names and addresses of
any riparian proprietors or licensees
who or whoso landa aro lika-ly to be
affected by the proposed works.either
above or below the outlet. None,
GEORQE TOUNG,
H. Ktlensliaw, Agenl
P.O. Box 286, Prince Rujiert, B.C.
Note -One cubic foot per second li
equivalent to :tr>. 71 minor'.- Inches.
Pub. April '.ii. 1911. lw
sk���-,,ii u��i i,!;i:r"M;.i;;rNii.;l'M"'' "W.���
,..,T;,,���. notice iha   I     *v mtonda to npplv
Ip^V^-'ttllowl I
lamfii  , ,���M laimaiia.l .an tin' aouth
Closing Out Sale
-OF-
a Irnin
,i,i,. oi |.:xa*i,.,n,:.k;; r .t,.   ;;;'|rurr     , ���,���,,
t, conlluonw with taa        , ls ii,,.,,,.,.
t-an ��'," ;"".''*,'"     :��� ,'aj-i. thonco m
chalna north, thaiwi  ** ���i,   ^ w llllhl, ���,
3110 acroi more or
ohaina aoutht t * aa.*
tmmm, ."��������'.. 7"!;i'Ts.w
nnirliiii    U'tyaa ���
11)11,
loaa.   I'i   ���
llllllaal .\|ill> J-
I'nli. April ao.
UENIO  MACARTNEY
Wall Paper
ADYURTISI-:   IN  THE
OPTIMIST
MnwKu ��� '-���  ',"'u,"l"    "
(o.pnlj lor P.-rml
., ,... .at] lan i
.lam ia. i urchaao
inr. intontl
,. lollnwint
aai 'i lanua. ,,i,���i,,i al ���' uthwwl
zr-'t) it:>. !<*������* -,;:;:.r,.:::,":'
aaiilllli
north
���l eommoacomani
Ica.
Datnl April 8,1911.
I'uli. ;\|inl 89,
loniainli H
WILLIAM JOHN COKI I 1
,.( i'.'.a i
lag
northweal
T.rana^n^ritt;',fcvj
deacrl I landa: ,      .
c :rv:'-:^t''::*<'-':i"< *
I,,',,,,/'..,',,,11'.. Qate alough, thanea atong
Souih aoui ��� to polnl ot commeneomont, i*""-
iiiiii'iii* I"" aerea moro or lain*
""���' M 'w'llll'.i.U,    Min.Vll.l.K ItlUI.KY
l-ul
April I
Wi- need tlu* room ami will dig.
continue the line,
ONE-THIRD OFF
This is a genuine opportunity of
sl practical economy that will be
^WJWu^^tS&ISwridi^ by ihww.i ..   ���
��?TrVrm^ru%rr&W   BUJ   HOW . ailli  buy
iiuick while
i,,,,,,.,, ������ ���,,. Muthlthe selection is at its best.   An-
liver mill aboul tour mllea| ajit-ipatt* yOUF WillltS. Look ahead.
avenue
Btoreoniy.
in nm.
di ... i lanua
Comment
:.    !rW;��Xw This stock at our second
 halna   aulh I Iai ��!
rami 'nt.contalnlMWOMrMmowor ��.
DauilAprlUI, 1811   CHAIUJffl A. \ \l QllAN
Pub. April 89.
i m-ini'i   DWrieto/CoaJ ��'���"!.���-���������
I hat 1, I rmik Hmn w I on E*
 mail merchant, Inlaw '���' apply
...*i lu purchii-i* Ilu* lull.aaa in*; iliMTilnl
, ,, ,i i,|iiiii.a.l iiii tin* aouia
a.,i. ,  Kaehuinallo) llmr uml ui"am   lour
mika (rami lu mutliii'tira* ��hh Iha Skeena River,
,   iii    ,*. i. Ihenee N ehaina nortn,
an.un. ru**!. tbaaea anuth  89 chalna
���a tmiiii nl commencement, containing 640 acree
Dlled April 81,1911. IIIWK lllt'Ks
nil., tprll ^'i.
, i and l'a trict- Diatrict of Ooeal ilanae.'.
Coaal Dlatriel
a    a notloe thai Wm. Leal fBepperton, U.I
oeeui :iia -ii ii.a\.*iiiiiii-ni tliiutil. mil naa i.. appl)
a.-i.an to purchaaa thc foltowtna ilcacnh-
Commencins at ��� poal pliiiit.*.! H chalna ml
.anil l.'i' .'iinir- ..mill ..I tin* iv.'-i eorner af I"! N".
 '.a-..;i.idiatrict, markeil Wm. Italia,
N.V  corner, thaaico aouth40chaini thanca enat
-���ti..nn-. tbence north I"chalna, Ihenn   >
chaine to pun of eommtneamant, tstninininar -s.-n
.i.-i.   iii..t.*,.j
WM. I.KSI.IK
T. D. Ultal.  Ak-a-llt
D-it.il March 19th, I'll
Pub, April 89th, ISU
McRae Bros. Limited
Everything for the Offlo
When You Think ol Rial Estate
THINK OF US
Mr.
Non-Resident:
aVktaaana Und llutrlcl -Diatrict ol Coiafl Itar.Ra. *a    C,n'*i   ajtlll*!'
Taike n.iue.* thaal Al,*ian!,r ll.aal.ua ol Vancou-   yjK' ��   ****'���*���
96-96
vi*r. H. C, uccu|iaiiun MlpHtlft Ifltwdl to ��i>(il>
(or i
lan.l
(ur iwrmi-wiun to purctuw thr 1u11'>*uik ileacrm^l
nib:
umnwncmK at a |K��ii |ilatit<nl >o cliain* mutli
' from ih*   wuth  ��i*M crm-r ul  l^it JUtiJ.    I'mi
inarkfvl A   II., N. W, Ormr, thuncv :iu rh��tn��
1 aouth.   IhriMf   (0  etiain* MM,   UlMM   '--ii  ctt*in*
north. Uwan >t' dhalM tm*% to iwtnt of com-
I mrnwitri'i.  coT>t*iuirig -'OO arrv. nmrn or l< *���.
! Datnl l.t. l.i, lull.     Ai.l. \ Wiif,it UK.M'ON
j I'ub. March 1.
nhwm Land Dtatrb \   n -trict nf Ca*��m.-
I    Takrn-.tm* tlmi I An ltt-w Cummlngl of Van-
rflouwr, in . ������.'���ui'.i' :.-inlt in a|i|iU
mtaakm ta purelwM tin* f"llowmK��Ieacrili- .
���d lu ||
Ofnmmrlni! at a t*1*** l*ltntp<| thnt* ��n<l MM
half nn,a. in .-rn arutvrly dlracttoa fitmi thi polnl
���a % ti- iiiu-r wbim ii*'' Utva Lftka trail mbIi
| near !('������ Iiiiil. Iht-i.t*.- ���*.*   : ������ - lt.nr". theflOC nouth ,
BO chtlni. Um  ��� ihtnea north W
ehalm to polnl of oonuntMMMAti ttintainlntr 640
���ii.        andrbw cuiunNoa
Pub, Han I". ��� iM��.n. Atant
LOYAL TO
THE CROWN
British Columbia Will Present
Address to King George
SIGNED BY McBRIDE
Resolution Passed Enthusiastically   at   Great   Meeting   of
Citizens   in   Victoria   Last
Night.
Boarders Wanted
A elaaatftad advartlaament arlllbrlns to you appll-
a-ailits for llaial v:ia*iiiil rimm. air fur tlmt aili'linl
iilaafi* nt your tnlili*.
Wall furnlihed room In private homa, Sail t*a.i
nntlernen, I'uli board II required. Mm
Kirkpatrick, Ith avenue.   Phoaattlred      '-'79
Borne aookad moali nu*! nicely furnlnhni roomi
for three iiaraona, Apply Mara. Jamea. Bcutt
BMaT.1 Ird Am*., batvraa n tth uml -jih Bta.   K-tf
rrivuta*   Itaaiaral   lay   tin*   aaa*a*k   a.r  month.      Ilaallll-
eooMni a apaclalty.   Hlaa K. tt, Qlaaaon, unl i
Aaa*.. bet-man Tth an.l -ih St-., phone ITI. M.-tf
' A Guarantee of
Value   Re
-,...1
For Sale
REAL ESTATE
��� ���
I
I
\
Olive 00
Beaumarchand
A Pure Olive Oil
Stikine Uml lli.lnrl    liiatrirt aal Caaaiar
Take rulir.* that l'lin*!iaan A. Tervo ol Mldatt
ll i'. uecuitaaiimi a , Intanda to apply
lor ueriaUMiiii in |MMtaMa tu*' lialluwinit da-critaa.i
lanila:
t iini-aaetirinc at a [Ma-t |atarii-l alkiai*     ���
' a   ���       St    Sill.Ill',
It. i'.. ���. nee .nm   ���>
chaos theaca a-aa.t .0 ehalaa, u.entT* north 'Jn   ..
chain .mt .rf oammeiica**iia*ni an.l conleinim:   UmbtO     llinilll^ll     Illf     lllltlllllll     "I
DumTl CHRISTIAN A.TKRVO   I'rfiiiin   Mrllriilt-  will   pifMiil   .ill
address to King George assiiri
.. * |. atrial of Caaalai        t ��� ,
.   i..���j, .i ..a  i rtnea    ""ll    "I
i a cliai*i*iiii*ii advartlaament. iMndatently prinied.
\    will Mil miyttilliK uf value.
HouaehoM Oooda.   Rooma to be let    Apply Mra.
Kvjen, 7th Avt, nn.l Taylor St. near Summit, '.i'i
HELGEUSON BLOCK
O. M. Helgerson, Ltd.
(Special to iln-t Iptimist)
Victoria, April 20.   British Col
ilu-
��� keetpvr. tnie-a i. .,
.   rehaau the lolkaaelni   "'    ****'    Province    I"    tl
iswcmng   loyalty
in  the Crown.
Tlii-   was   ilu-   achievement   .11-
lainctl li\ a large and enthusiastic
Watch the Window
C.   H ORME
Tht I'tnnrer thugght
PHONE   :   ;   ;   82
COAL NOTICI
' nnd ono- {
> tinn fi tht
un Nm   i
-.   t.,   tin- ,    \ *���    ,
i meeting "i int' citizens <>i \ ictoria
hnlMi   iiiii     "it       \ i   .
��� nf oummoneonwnt.   I"''f,  1,lM  niglll,     .\  ir-t'lutloii was
lat I I \  I      11     *    I 1
n.i.i.;. johnmcdonald passed tli.it  Premier MrHrulf l��t*
requested \** sign ilu- address on
k'+ni Ijii'I 1 >.��tnrt   ���DbtfM ��1 CoMt IUmt��* V
Tako n-nin- ti>ai  Jipk   Uodtort  ��.!  K.-mhi-y.
Vorbhin,  Kngtand, ooNpntlon ovor-lookor, to-   rr,*,.iv,il w\th mt Tin a! nam
to >p|il)   for |��.rmi��ion to purehret   tite   IM,IU" ^���������' CnUlUSiasm
followini dwtnbod li
Commeneini ri *, tn*A itlnntod m ��� polnl n tin*
���nnttriy boundary <��f tlmbor llmll mSB n_& In
th��* tMthorly limit uf lot t'v\ lUnm* U Cout
iin'niM,  om ��� itta Intnrwct,
alunu '��� Ibnil  of lot
and Ilu' projection ihon   I       ifl I t-i.-rly .1,   ctiun
n i*Hiy lib i <���!
limber ��� :,.*riy dlrtiUon
aiunit I ,*Ti;i  11 ehalm \% tt*.
..- llmll <��( limber llmll 36774,
ttipncr i'i ,i enteriy alreetlon aiunn tlw la.��t mi*n-
limil W ehainn mon nr ;< - to thi- euterly
llmll of umix-T llmll  ��� m a northerly
'iir����v��>ti ii ehalne more <<r Ihi up tho point <��i
oemmeMM
DetedMereh i. l'tll. JVK HKUFOUH
rub. Marcl, ' *.
Und nwtrici    Wetrltl (rf Coott Rapfe 6
I -   that I, r'lera May  Uitlf <>l Prinee
.   U.    f .,   .Trupalinn   BpiMttfe   Inlend   to
' t permlalon t���� punmee th** fniinwinn
tie erlbed
lantod at  tin* nnrth
Ud 17a', iiin.*- ���*. Coaii Ulnrlei
��� ���    north   2a  chaini"
north 20 ehalni
. ihenee inulfa r. shell p tn
���
Oeted \i*i.i v. mil ( |.\ha MAY UTTUE
I'lll..     Kprll    1     a
I behalf of thf Province, and was
Change of Air for Her
I detained for a day or two by
the polite because bIic has been
queer, Mrs, Nellie Cass lias now
been examined by Dr. Reddie
and Dr. {',a\v and found mentally
deranged. She will probably be
sent below, Mrs. Cass saw some
of tin- rough and tumble daj h <>i
tlie Klondike boom, and lias siil-
fen-d a lot since.
(town Chorl'At* Inler.dt Ur.'l DMlM -DtaUM -
_. . Si��*na
**m ****** that 1. Ibbb Mrl^l ���l v.* ���        ���
aeaaaauea braatot, man ,., _���*, ,,., tv__mm
WihSu.^^'*1">'1l-"..l��.imniH(,.M'������.,n,    ' -l * * - A Una)   I.I      ������      l���  .,���,   ,|  , ������������   ,������,,. B
lata!   ���.|���.    , ,.���.    I.|,|,.���    .     |���.,���,|,.r   ���|   |ter1.n
aimlv   llll
�� aeeertbed
ROCK PLAYED HAVOC
SmaRhetl    Uncle   Jerry's
Money to Loan
'���^m***
m__0. ""
.-���'--���->���_
A ele ��� Ifiod id ei I   en ��� 11 trill Und you tin* mo
ay with winch t<>put your i>)<"i Intoeffiot
Laundry
l.ii.i* eurtalm laudrted t��y  hand.
rataoe   Phone 8ot<
lleaeonabh
IS-wl
S. O. E. B. S.
Till*     I'lll      Ul I     l.a.lk'l'.     NO.      M��.    Saitl.    ���f
Bnaland. nwata the Aral   ami third   ruaadaya in
aaen month In tin* Carp, ntin Hull, al * ia m
I. v. i I.AUK. See.,
P. ii. it.,v mj. Prince i   i. .1
Municipal Notice
Si uinl tandan ml.In Md t*i tha t'ity Clark, aaill
be 'ml -ni till > o'chiek i>.m. Mta Ith, MU,
for the eupply and delivery "f  a"*1 Oadar Pili*..
B| limn.ana. uinl fa ma ..f ti'liilil   to   In*  iilitajiia'il
from the City Clark.   Tandan nni.t la.* aeeom.
lnuiiiil liv u ri'ililii.l ilit-nii*.  nr i'.'1-h.   fur 2 pn
a flit, aaf tin- follll  |aril'l* I * MCl'ml.
WM  M. HAVI8. BRNB8T A. WOODS
:ij-!"i        City Ktiu-lnirr City Clerk
W2&Z(JLfm
u_m___________________\
SOME CHOICE
Investments
A. fine double corner���Lots 16
and 17. block 1. section 1, 97,900.
easy terms.
An excellent   residential  lol
Lot 26, Hwk '*���-. section <i, $625.
Waterfront property���Lota i:'>
to 17. block 60, section 8. |200
each.
A Sril Avenue lot $1,975. 6th
Avenue l"ts. good ones, as low
as 1150.
A few Hats, houses and cabins
to rent.
Fire. Life and Plate Glass Insurance.
W'ritf ua ra-i��iirtliii|{ yuur I'rint-o
Rupert holding*. Wa* will ha*
pleased ni .all Umoi in keep you
|aaas|,*,| M li> Ilia* Ka-'llly llliirk.-l
llaTa-.
Why nail liiiva- ua I.M>k nft.-r
y��ur Important property ?
tWrnVX
-~i>*vyn
���S//OJ-T
our   ncw
Real Estate on Easy Terms
ra".   iaa,  itaa"i!r*  .<��aal,   ain   ,t..a..    ..	
w��. " a nffii a -
aula i', enalna mme air u-m,
|1,000 Cash will handle a lot on Second
Ave., below grade,   Price $25110.
|886 Caah buya lot 0, block 19, lection
ii, tm (ith Ave,     Balance In ii. 12, if,
'21. 80 and 88 months.
Fine! *''"" Caah tnki's n tun* level double cor.
on 8th Ave., section 7.    Price 11060.
NewWindo    This Morning      We oflfer four loU In block  18.  section
7. on Ambrose Ave.,  for I486 each.
. , The lots era fronting on the new rood-
1   sl wuy, nnd can bc bought on good terms.
For Kenl
Stores and up-to-date apartment in
Vvc vc just received
"Queen Quality" styles for Spring
and they re beauties. Wc did not
believe such footwear possible at the
���price. Thc makers have outdone
themselves. Smart, snappy styles with
plenty of comfort and service���just
what you have been looking for. You'll
buy here eventually. Why not to-day?
Scott, Froude & Co.
���.-*"^
One   of   thc
windows   in   l iitlt
on   Second
J city's
avi-nilti
new
w.is
Mi. Kim m.,." ,-"\__- -���"���"��;    eamuhtaawlaaiw Of Ir... ���,���,������ ...
^ribir,*h'   ch-    i!",N -"i-yi'i*', ^''~..��Tn.^','"^;:.''^^ I';*--'���������������'" .hUhivucrcd  iml.tv hy a rock flui ib !,'"��� 1"!i!'lim',"","','" ���">�� ������n-cn-.i ��n lot
"!'   ,    ����'r��.tn*in" r, - 28 unit 110, hi.irk !M, '.rd AVQ.
ijts-*
t*0*
r\
THIRD AVE.
m^m_��z&i:
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o��� ^B.wk,z 1 gs&TOaSraaaf
Qi,.��, Oartaue kka^Uaii u*���*.-i>__n��� M i:."!rV""r "
V.l.llt.N a, ni.iwiuai
'"<"* ' ���aail.laa.il, Ajaatit    I liitll.ll I
mi by .1 shot mi s. P. McMordie
to usual, the little imp
,.
Irnrm   Land*.
Farm landa along the line nf ths 0
ny.   Wc muke n specialty
Lakelse   nml   llulkley
AND Lin  INSIIIIANCK.
SSt^J*m\m7m_mS ��, **'*.ii*. H-��* *M M J^ITm *i*' TlZT. 3 K SSft ��SK|" u, ''':" T w,,,,1"w P����1W
SI'lH"!;'-���*���   ********* ^,V^^^'k2?^!^���S\, th��BtrtWnBde9,S��*   Fortunate-11.,   ���   rr n    _.. ,
ES"   u.fwe SaH?^ %tk^liiS!z^ i;,s,,n���,,' The S!f��affe5y & Glbbons1
I       "i i Know tli.u. I r��.,i E,lale and lntl /ance . Third Aye
The first hoat
for   Hazelton
Take the fast
light-draught
Steamer
"Inlander"
Sat., Apr. 29
WESTENHAVER BROS.
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Ml* \ >. , Near lananuel Place
$l��;l. 'a   Down on  a f:il*r> lnt
near BmI Cov.*, splendid investment well Infilled.
Cor. Mia An, and lananuel Place
$.*iiiil   I'nah liuiidlenthiatloul.il*
corner. The Cold Stor
age I'i..nt hns made
eiarner one nf the tu->t
luiya In town, as an in-
vestment   it   in gilt-
iiltf.-. nml  $100  below
market, J'.hki.
Owner Maul II ���> ��� Money
iA*l fiii.li    bit   on   fith  Ave..
rec. tt. Owner has re-
quested us to sell. We
will moke terma to suit
puithoaer,    Lot level
.mil uu seWOT and wat
a-r.    A snap $1MK).
Near '.ah A**. aadCraal Place
t'MM Cash himilles one of the
laa-st huys in the city,
riuht on tin- hill where
nearly nil nf the best
residences hnve been
limit, ii pretty site and
vsrj cheap, IllOO.
Una.. .I.��� I 1-2 Story
I ;a-11 liiinalles ii pra*tly
���: room nml t.nth lltinu-
OlOW, umilistructililc
view, close in, one nf
the most tlesirnhle res
nlinces   in    the    citv.
inn,
��� '" ���!> H. ni Buiine.t Quarter.
IVr Month will rent S
building Ux40 near Brd
and tith sts., suitable
for warehouse, carpenter shop, plumbing or
tinsmith.
BRTIOM 8-  Level   hats.     We
have a itikmI list to select from, u especially
tine nna's thn' are un-
da*r the market.
ROOM! Ktm RKNT~7th and
Taylor. $20 per month
will rent four rooms.
L'imhI view.
Jlnai
Ki
b  Law-Butler Co.
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Heal Kstnte and Insurance
Thinl Ave.
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HAZELTON
"INLANDER"
SATURDAY,
APRIL ��� 29th, -   1911
11. H. ROCHESTER, Agm,
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FOR   SALE
1        Ha~ltallAlla.ua,   12 toel  Inns:   Wall
rn..* anal , launler, .lialr.. nard tahlca. rlr
'������������ni.. ti,..������ttit Ibrqeisi ��ale. ASPU
M. F.   ROSS. I laifaa*..  llaLrl   I'nail   ll' ���
Thlnl Aainiii* Prince Rupert
Advertise in
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