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 The Prince Rupert Optimist
DAILY  EDITION
%
VOL. II.  NO. 83
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Saturday, April 15, 1911.
Price Five Cents
ICAiTE
ARMED BLUEJACKETS AWE REBELS
WHO ADVANCED ON SAN QUENTIN
Men from H.M.S. Shearwater Responded to Appeal of Citizens for Protection���Mounted
Three Unio.i Jacks Over the City and  With  Maxim Gun Went Out to Meet
the Rebels���After Rebels Retreated the Gunboat Took Some of the
Foreigners Away to Place of Refuge���Action Has Given
Satisfaction to the Washington Authorities
SHIPPING REPORTS
From the Dominion   Government  Wire
le�� Station.
(Special ti> tin- Optimiat)
San   Diego,   Cal.,   April   IS.���
Alarmed at the near approach of
,t force nf rebels advancing upon
>.in Quentin, Lower California, a
number of foreigners redding there
appealed u> the British Gunboat
Shearwater for protection,
Prompt Response
Promptly responding to the call
[or aid) Commander of the Shearwater put  into port, and  landed
a detachment   of thirty-three marines armed with a maxim gun.
The landing party took with them
three    British    flags    whieh    they
hoisted at three different points
in the eity from whieh appeals
for protection hail come.
Maxim Mounted for Action
Selecting the roof of the highest
lintel    in    the   eitv   whieh    com
manded the approaches the officer
in command of the marines hatl
the maxim there under the British
flag, and stationed men at various
strategic points to guard the eity.
Rebels Retire in Alarm
'lhe large force of rebels who
hatl been advancing upon the
city intending, to occupy it took
alarm at the sight of the Union
Jacks Hying in the breeze, and
the approaches to the city guarded
by the marines. They halted
their advance aud held a hurried
conference. Then without endeavoring to communicate in any
way with the city, they hurried
hack the way ihey had come.
Gunboat on Guard
Although her commander hardly
thought that the relu-Is would
make another advance upon the
city, yet lo re-assure the inhabitants who wen- iu alarm, he
maintained his force of marines
on guard for tin- afternoon antl
during   the   whole   of   tlie   night
following. The Shearwater refrained in lhe harbor, her presence
greatly adding to the sense of
security in lhe city.
Refugees Taken Off
In the morning all was peaceful
and undisturbed. The rebels had
retreated, and there was no further
occasion for alarm. A number
of the foreigners, however, desired
to he taken out of the city, and
the Shearwater accordingly embarked them, and look them north
lo Knscnada where they landed.
English and Americans
An Englishman, Captain Reade,
William Stanley, an American cit
izen, and  another American nol
named,   took   advantage   of  the
Shearwater's call at San Quentin
I to make the nip north.    Neither
i the   English   nor   the   Americans
I in  the pity  anticipated   violence
; to themselves from the rebels, hut
there was sonic risk to property.
Washington Approves
Washington, April 15.���Replying to enquiries on die Shearwater
incident today, the United Slates
Department Officials said that the
landing of a British force to support
peaceful citizens, and help maintain
order in American countries during
conditions of internal disturbance
is by no means tiiuisu.il. They
added that numerous precedents
for the action of the Shearwater
at San (Jiieuiiu could In- Inund.
WILL PASS RECIPROCITY
IN THREE MORE DAYS
Was Brought Before the House of Representatives this
Morning   Democrats Will Offer No Opposition   Vote on Agreement Will Be
Taken in Three Days
Before House Today
iSpecial to (he Optimist)
Washington, April 15.- That
prompt action will he taken hy
Congress now in regard io the
Canadian Reciprocity Hill is beyond doubt. The Democtraic majority of fifty in lhe House of
Representatives has indicated in
a manner unmistakable, that it
i- the intention to pass lhe hill
md follow the measure up with
immediate action.
Today the bill was formally
laid before the House just before
adjournment. Little was done in
reference lo it at thai juncture
in the day's proceedings, Imt general debate will now lie engaged
in for the next two or three days
on this important matter.   It is
expected  that   three days' general
debate at tin- outside will suffice
to see the hill passed.
HURLED TO
HIS DEATH
Sad Fate of Ned Crane, Racing Vancouver's   Huge   Crowd   of
FLYING MEN
FIZZLED IT
Champion
CAR BROKE DOWN
Two Tyres Flew off While He
was Speeding at Lightning
Gait and Car Turned a Som-
ersault on Him.
(Special to the Optimist)
Kansas City, April 16.���Ned
Crane, the famous automobile racing champion, holder of many
records, was instantly killed here
today.
lh- was driving his big Buick
racing car in a practice test preparatory to an attempt to establish
.' new record tomorrow, when
two tyres sprang clear off the wheels
and the car turned a somersault.
Crane was hurled out and the
heavy car crashed down on him.
He died at once.
Crane's companion was Hung
clear of the car and escaped
' nisliing, but is badly injured and
may tlie.
Good News
Mayor Manson's hoy  is doing
Well at the.City Hospital.
Everything at Reilly's is home
made,
Rubbernecks Disgusted
ALL WENT HOME SORE
Aeroplanes Just Managed to
Crawl Off the Ground and
Perch on Fence Posts to Flop
Off Again.
(Special,to the Optimist)
Vancouver, April  15.���Alluring
announcements of great doings
in mid air at tlie Aviation Meet
here attracted a huge attendance
of spectators all eager to see the
liirdmen perforin Iheir marvellous
stunts. Thousands thronged to
Ilie aviation field in the "conic
early to avoid the crush" spirit,
and hy the time the hour for the
lirst announced flight had arrived
aliout fifty thousand nicks were
rubbering in the direction of the
aeroplane sheds.
Moments passed in anxious suspense and lengthened into hours.
The rubher necks grew stiff and
sore. Still the vast crowd wailed
patient as Job.
Presently there was a whirr
and swoop as Depries at last gol
his aeroplane going. With one
wild dash the machine careered
from the shed lo lhc eight fool
barrier   which   it   struck   wilh   a
crash. Depries disentangled himself unhurt, and again there were
sounds.
Anothei machine w.is produced)
and again the birdman gol her
going. This lime she made a
tremendous effort, buzzed like a
bumble   bee,   struggled   off   the
earth, fluttered over lhe fence
clearing by about au inch and
flopped to the ground on lhe oilier
side.
That was enough for the disgusted crowd. With one accord
they drew in their sore and stiffened necks, and made a bee line
for home.
IMPORTANCE
OF TATOOSH
Big Improvements going Ahead
on Wireless there
RANGE WIDELY EXTENDED
With Tall Mast and Powerful
Instruments Tatoosh to be
in Touch with Shipping as
Far as Orient. Digby Island
Next.
Every day you read in the
Optimist Shipping Notes, news
from the wireless station with
the qtiajnt name Tatoosh. Vou
have noticed of course, that of
all the wireless stations sending
in news to the Optimist, Taloosh
seems to send in lhe most shipping
items great and small. You have
lightly reasoned that Tatoosh \\ in-
less Station is one of the most
important as yet on the coasl.
Situated on Tatoosh Island near
the entrance to the Straits of
I-'uca, Tatoosh Wireless Station is
destined to become one of the
most important points in the
world.   Now a new equipment is
being installed there. This week
sees the coinnienicement of a big
scheme of improvements including
an addition of one hundred feet
to the tall mast that "listens"
for lhe news. Tatoosh Station
will now be able to keep in touch
with ships along the whole course
of the route between Pugel Sound
and the Orient. Likewise, it will
extend the sphere of the Taloosh
Station in other directions and
especially, it is said, will divert
a considerable poi lion of wireless
communication (hat now is handled
through California points.
The Tatoosh Station thus becomes, aside from its commercial
importance, a necessary link in
lhe chain of coast defence.
In the present unrest among
the nations there has been much
talk during recent months of the
danger of sudden invasion of America from lhe Orient. Assuming
that such an occurrence would
lake place, the Taloosh Station
would probably Hash the intelligence lirst to the American public
and to ilu- world. Wilh effective
scout ships on the "ocean frontier,"
such a thing as surprise would be
improbable.    Tatoosh would spot
the invader long before the hostile
ships could appear.
Before long, when the near
route to the Orient is through
I'rince Kupert, Digby Island Wireless Station will be ttrsuping the
place ol Tatoosh,
BUILDING INCREASES
Permits for $4,000 are Granted
This Week
There's an increase in the amount
of building permits this week of
nearly Sl ,000.   1 lere are the figures:
George E. Agndl, five-roomed
frame house on Fourth avenue
11-600.
M. Allien, frame cottage corner
of Fulton street antl Seventh avenue 13,000.
II. Cameron frame cottage on
Ambrose avenue 1600.
Total this week 84.000.
Total last week 18,150.
Increase this week 1860,
Building Inspector McNeill says
thill   he  expects  lo see  lhc  total
amount   lo over  110,000 for  the
first week in May.
Reilly's Bakery Lunch is now
open in the Empress Theatre
basement,
Buoys Will be Buoys
The Dominion Government boat
Quadra, Captain Hackett, arrived
liiii- last night from Queen Charlotle Islands where she h;is repaired
a number of buoys, She will lake
in supplies hen- and leave again
for a cruise along the coast to fix
up more buoys.
Rather rough weather is reported
from all wireless stations except
Point Crey antl Cape Lazo today.
Strong winds and rough sea with
rain prevail along the north coast
generally.
Movements of shipping are given
hy Tatoosh which reports the
steamer Skogstadt out at 8.30
p.m. The Skogstiidt was in Prince
Rupert recently with steel.
Triangle spoke the S. S. Prince
Cacorge at 7.45 a.m. in Milnbank
Sound southbound. At (I a.m.
Triangle spoke the S. S. State of
California in the same place southbound also. The State of California reported passing the tug
Tyee towing a ship off Royal
Island at 0.50 a.m.
At noon today Triangle reported
the gale increasing, wind blowing
72 miles an hour. Estevan reported a large two-masted steamer
with buff funnel abeam at 0,30
a.m. Tatoosh reported in steamer
Buckman at 4.45 a.m., and Point
Grey spoke the S. S. Princess Mary
at Nanaimo.
STRIKERS   AGAIN    REMANDED
Twenty Appear before the Magistrate Today
About a score of strikers at
present detained on various charges
hy the police were today remanded
until Tuesday next. A. O. Morse,
W. Fraser, antl King, were among
the number. B. I.ubridgc who
though a striker, was not actually
taking part in the violence a>
Kelly's cut, has been released.
CITY WILL PAY $2,500
TO AMERICAN ENGINEER
City Engineer Thompson of Seattle Engaged to Consult with Col. Davis on Woodworth Waterworks and Sewer Scheme   His
Expenses Paid Also
made   to   the   water-
The sum of ��2,500 and expenses
will  be  paid   to  City   Engineer
Thompson of Se.Utie to come here
and consult with City Engineer
Davis on the plans and specifications of the waterworks and
sewers.
Is Man of Renown
Engineer Thompson is a member of the Society of American
Civil Engineers and is considered
one of the ablest men in the
engineering profession this side
of the Atlantic, lie has had 30
years experience in civic engineering matters, covering an expenditure of 180,000,000. He was engaged recently by the Citj of
Portland to consult with the city
engineer of that city when exten
sions   were
works system there.
Will Bring Assistant
He will bring an assistant with
him and will go over the ground
hen- with Colonel Davis. Then
the two chief engineers will discuss the project fully and Mr.
Thompson will submit a report to
the council.
When the work is in progress
Colonel Davis will be free to
consult with Mr. Thompson at
any time.
The payment of the 82,500 includes his coming here and subsequent consultations.
The new waterworks will cost
about .$400,000.
Presbyterian Sunday Services
Presbyterian services will be
held as usual in the Empress
Theatre, morning and evening.
The morning service will be conducted by Mr. W. E. Brown of
Westminster Hall, Vancouver; the
evening service by Rev. F. W.
Kerr. Special Easter music will
lie rendered by the choir.
SHOOT FOR
STORK CUP
Earl Grey's Rifles Spend Day at
the Ranges
THE SCORING
W. Brown and G. C. Day Tie
With Highest Scores of 51
Each. H. Lever Makes 48 and
A. W. Agnew 43.
The first of a number of shooting
matches for the Stork Cup donated by Captain Fred Stork and
open to members of Karl ('.rev's
Rifles took place yesterday at
the rifle ranges at McNichoH's
Creek across the harbor. About
twenty members of the regiment
went over in a launch antl spent
the day there. Thc prize will he
given to the man who makes the
best total in six of the 15 contests
Following   are   the   scores   made
yesterday;
FIRE AT PORT ESSINGTON
DID $10,000.00 DAMAGE
Mrs. G. FrizpU's Millinery  Store  and  Walter  Notes'
Grocery Store Gutted Thursday Morning
���Mrs. Frizzell*s Loss will Total
$8,000, Part Insured
Fire, said to have been caused |    The loss to Mrs.  Frizzell is in
by   a   defective   stovepipe,   com- the neighborhood of $8,000.    The
plctely gutted the millinery store value of her stock was considerably
owned   by   Mrs.   Ccorgc   Frizzell iover   $5,000 and   she  owned   the
I. *.
of Prince Rupert, and the grocery j building.     The  lire  broke  out   in
store   of   Waller   Noles   at    Port the store occupied by  Mr.  Noles
Essington on Thursday morning
about one o'clock. The total
damage amounts to about 110,000.
and quickly spread  to Mrs.  Friz-
zell's store next door.     The loss is
partly covered by insurance.
THE LINE IS CLEAR
KNOWN ON COAST
Snow-clearing   Gangs   Return  Louis  F.  Gates Arrested on  a
to the City Charge of Theft at Calgary
All thc snow is cleared away
from the G, T. P. tracks at Mile
���II where the big slide was. The
250   men   and    the   snow ploughs
thai worked for some time clearing
the big slides away got through
yesterday and returned to the city.
Everything is in shape for rushing work forward from mile 102,
which is as far as tracks are laid.
Ballasting will be gone on with
as soon as possible. Twenty-six
miles are already ballasted.
Snow shells will In- built this
spring wherever Ihey are needed
and it is likely that several gangs
of men will be sent from here soon
to work along the road.
MUST  PAY   PENALTY
Goderich   Murderer   of   Lizzie
Anderson Sentenced to Die
(Special to the Opiimist)
Calgary, April 15.���Today tin-
police arrested Louis F. Gates,
a traveller for a Boston razor
house, on a charge of having
stolen 18000.   Gates is a prominent
Freemason,   and   has   frequently
visited Western Canada .md the
Pacific   coast.     The   warrant
his   arrest   was   issued   by
Boston police.
I oldie
The  Camosun   is laid   up   this
week for repairs
J.Jack	
.  17
24
41
C. Averil	
..  17
23
40
E. Flexman	
.    10
8
24
II. lever    	
.    20
28
48
A. W. Agnew   .
.. 20
M
���13
A. Stork	
Ki
8
24
F. V.Clark	
.. 23
4
27
M. Henderson
21
5
20
W. Brown	
.. 28
23
51
G. C. Day	
.. 2tt
22
511
J.Russell
a.     22
8
30
('.. I.eek    	
.     Ui
2
18
11. Mobley	
. 21
18
37
J, Dunn	
.11
3
14
J. 1). Allen	
.11
0
11
Ci. Tooker	
.21
0
21
...  10
7
17
M. Lamb	
5
5
Swan	
JAP STABS
HIS MATE
Knives   Drawn   in   Quarrel   at
Naas Harbor
HURT MAN MAY DIE
Provincial Chief Constable
Wynn Summoned at Once to
Investigate. Accused Jap is
Held on Charge of Attempted
Murder.
Following   a   drunken   quarrel
two Japs at Naas Harbor yesterday
(Special to the Optimist)
Goderich, April 15.- Edward Jar
dine was today found guilty of
murdering Lizzie Anderson on September 20th. His execution will
take place on June Kith.    Justice
FalCOnbridge who sentenced  him  two Japs at Naas Harbor yesterday   '
Iceland linn the time that there fought with knoves.   One plunged
is not the slightest hope that his I a knife in the abdomen of the other
sentence will be commuted. and inflicted such serious injuries
that death may result.
SIR   E.   TASCHEREAU   DIES      Provincial      Chief      Constable
I Wynn   received   meagre   particu-
Veteran  Chief   Justice  of   the lars   of   the   affair   this   morning
Supreme Court of Canada        by   letter   from   Constable   Hickman at Naas Harbor.
(Special to the Optimist) The Jap who inflicted the wound
Ottawa, April 15. Sir Kleazor is tinder arrest charged with attempted murder. The names of
lhe Japs were not given in the
letter. Chief Wynn will leave
on the S. S. Yadso as soon as she
conies in for Naas Harbor to
invcstinatc the matter.
Tascbereau tlietl today. Formerly
11 j Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
of Canada, he was stricken with
paralysis three weeks ago from
which he failed to rally. He was
seventy-five years of age. *^
T IU IN I
| UUPkkl   UP'imi*i
The Prince Rupert Optimist
DAILY AND WEEKLY
THK OPTIMIST is the leading newspaper of Northern British Columbia.   It
han (frown up with the city.
RBAD1NQ Nu ticks and Legal ADVBRTIBINO are 10c per line.
ADVERTISING RATES are one price to all-25c per inch each issue for display
matter,   Tins rate applies to all advertising without distinction of quantity
ur time of contract.    Transient advertising will be charged at 10c. per line.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES���Daily, 60c per month, or $.ri.oo per year, In advance,
WEEKLY, $2.00 per year.   Ol'TSIDE CANADA-Daily. $8.00 peryear; Weekly,
12.60 per year, strictly In advance.
Daily Edition.
Saturday, April 15
F. W. Hart & Co.
The Big Furniture   Store
are compiling a new catalogue
"Made in Prince Rupert"
This catalogue will contain a partial
list of goods in stock and will contain
special offerings in leading lines which
are being marked at prices that will
command Immediate sale.
MUSINGS
BY MACK==
]| MOORE LIGHT
The Light that Rivals the Sun.
Local business men recommend it
\-fr
THE GROWTH OF THE OPTIMIST
Mining the past week the Optimist has received many expressions
of^congratulation .u it> altered appearance, and the improvements
in the news-service of the paper which the change permits. The
verbal congratulations have been very effectivelj backed l>y an unsolicited increase ol two hundred in our local circulation,
('in news columns during the week announced among other things
the following exclusive news stories: the proposal to const nut a branch
line in Manitoba to connect with the G. T. P.; the construction ol
irnmigrtttion buildings near the wharf; the intention of the Harriman
���lines to develop the coast tourist trade; the granting of the long-sough I
license to the Kaien Island Club; the comparison of the customs'
receipts showing the increase of trade to the port; and the impending
visit of Mr. Hamar Greenwood, the British M. P. These were .ill
stories of considerable news value and calculated to stir up an interest
in Prince Rupert,
Among the other immediate alterations contemplated in the
Optimist is one to change its name. As with some of the pet names
In-stowed hy thoughtless parents on their progeny, the name excellently suited in childhood is nm well suited to a maturer period ol
life. More fatal even was the impression the name sometimes g.i\a
abroad that the p.i|icr was one committed to a policy of "boosting"
Prime Rupert, without regard to other considerations. Some plainer
and more conservative title will be selected now ii h.is "grown big."
The name "The News" has met with favor as the best suggested title j
to denote the paper's policy, which is to be .i disseminator of news
Little's NEWS Agency
Abuse lor aldermen is
find.    A  use for them
ferent   matter.    Funny,
easy to
b a dif-
isn't   it.
lhat one small letter should make
all the difference between a popular pastime in I'rince Rupert and
a downright bnu'n-testing perplexity?
Magazines
CIGARS  :
Periodicals :: N
TOBACCOS i!
i.T.P  WHARF
.wspaper.-
KIUMT;
V    <**'
Phil well-known gasoline light is  sold
exclusively by
A. T. PARKIN & CO.
Still uses do crop up now .mil
i hen for aldermen. Only the
other day I discovered one, and
the alderman exemplifying it was
doing single-handed a greater service to the city in the odd half I
hour it was taking him than he
could have done in an all-night I
session of the Municipal Star'
Chamber.
R. G
FOR   SALE
BtMtlon la Lot 21. Hlock 14.
S.-.-tat.aa  .'..   Lot 11.   Illaark   It,
Hulbert, Vancouver,  B.C.
D.A)i-30
MUSSALLEM & COMPANY
Good   Fresh   Groceries  at   City Prices.....
WB HAVE JUST BJOTIVBDASHIP;
mbnt'of boo dozen fresh eggs
.ilin/l\ for 9!5c FOR ONE WEEK
TRY THEM & SAVE MONEY
ONLY.
-We deliver  promptly,
To   Resident, of Sections 5, G,   7 and   8-
.           e    .1.   tai   aaa-ices  not to be beaten in tne cuy
our Roods are fresh, at prn-is  ia... 	
Tilrphune        228
m MUSSALLEM & CO. ^
east ol McBride
f ROCHESTER ��V
��� jp , vMonroe
^Laoysmith
Phone us
New
Knox
Hotel
ARTAl'D &  HL'SNl.R, Proprietors
Tho NYav Kna.x Hotel is
j plain. First-fluta* M-rvice.
i unprovaiMnta. ���:���'���
run on  Iha- Kur. I ��� :tt
All the Lata! Modern
BEDS 80c fi
ll liable, authenticated) .unl pertinent news���without regard to any
special interests.
The I'rinee Rupert Optimist was the first to choose that name
a year ago.   It has been copied by three new publications since.   But FIRST AVENUE, PRINCE RUPER1
ilrs|iite even ih.it -iiiiin-st of compliment it  has been thought best   	
to make a change.  We make this intimation in the certain knowledgt
that a chorus of protest will be raised.
+���
!
FREE
EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE'    :      :
THE MAIL ORDER HABIT
The story of the young man who offered to die for his sweetheart,
but declined to give up smoking for her .-ake. is typical of a himkI many
citizens of Prime Rupert. They are proiul of the eity, ready to make
all kimls of sacrifices to see it grow��� and then when they have a few
dollars to spend) send them to enrich the ]>ig mail-order houses in
Winnipeg and Toronto.
This is not merely a form ol i ivir disloyalty ; il is economic foolishness Even in those occasional baited bargains where the required
goods could not be purchased in town for the Winnipeg prices, plus
carriage, the policy is economically unwise. For when the dollars
are -pent in Winnipeg or the East, they never come back. When they
art- spent in Prince Rti|H-rt. indirectly but surely they filter round
among the people and help thc general prosperity.
If the money goes to Winnipeg, it helps to build up Winnipeg
for cities live and thrive on business,   li the money i- spent in Prinn.
Rupert it helps to develop Prime Rupert.    The amount of money
which has gone out of Prime Rupert during the last two months would
have sjHlt prosperity to main ol our local men Hants,
It is a patriotic duty, a- will as a piece of economic wisdom to give
the local merchants the tir-i i hance to handle >oiir business, no matter
how small.
Kor ail kinds of help, conks.
waiters, dishwashers, hotel porters, ull kinds of laborers or mechanics, tall up
Phone No. 178
or call Bt the
Grand Hotel Free Employment  Oflice
Headquarters l'o  cooks ,v waiters
He was taking his son and heii
out for a little sun and air in the
family four-wheeler, and it was
hard to say which of the two
looked the better or happier.
Probably the odds were in favor
nl the son because he had never
had the misfortune to be an
alderman himself and wasn't old
enough yet to appreciate the sad
fact thai there was an alderman
in his family. Some fateful day
he will learn the terrible truth.
.Meantime he is blue-eyed, rosy,
and bonnie, and the dread day
i- still distant. And meanwhile
too, with his otherwise excellent,
alihoiijnh alas, aldermanie papa, he
i- helping to prove by hi- thriving
babyhood that Prinee Rupert is
one of the healthiest cities in the
world.
lie is one of the little things
that count in the gradually growing prosperity of Prince Rupert.
And he has to perfection that
refreshing virtue rarest of all in
aldermen, of not knowing how
important he is.
Miss   Henny   Wennersten
Scientific Electric Facial Massage
Electric Treatments a Specialty
-CITY .PRICES
Room. No. 4,   Exchange Block
Georgetown
Sawmill Co. Ltd.
Lumber
and
Mouldings
A large stock of dry finishing lumber on hand. Hont
lumber a specialty. Delivery
made at short notice.
Our prices are us low us any.
Cull on us before ordering,
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'.
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The
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER
C. A. Handasyde,   Jr.
Dealer, Prince Rupert
Brin
Furniture
Coys
ASSIGNMENT
Sale
Is Still Going on
NO REASONABLE
OFFER REFUSED
IN THE
Pool Block,    3rd Ave.
Between 7th and 8th
C. B. Lockhart, Assignee
ft. little goes a long way. And
often di ifs .1 whole lot of good, too.
That's a platitude merely. But
when A. Little londs himself down
with magazines and newspapers
and pikes off surreptitiously with
tlieni liy devious bypaths to hand
them in at the Hospital to help
pass the long hours for patients
there, then A. Little not only
goes .i long way, but proves thai
A. Little i.iii in-simply great.
MACK
F. M. DAVIS K
General Machine Shop mul Ship's
Carpentering. Also agents for Fairbanks-Morse uml Knox Gasoline
Engines. Gasoline Engines anil Accessories earrieil in stock.
I taunt l.ra ttattl BtaaaU for Mat.-   N.E. tnd of Whut
Two Damusk Cloths, '1 by 2 yards.
Four Kitchen Rubbers.
tine Damask Cloth, '1 by l'H-2 yds.
Two Holler Towels.
ti Dinner Napkins.
Six Dusters.
Two i'ray Cloths.
Two l'uililmg Cloths.
tine 1 '.un.i-a. Sideboard Cloth.
Three Dish Cloths
Two Kitchen Table Cloths.
One pair Double Bed Mankets.
'1 pr. Cotton Sheets, 2 1-2 by ;t yds.
One Under Blanket
2 pr. Cotton Sheets. 2 by 8 yils.
One pair Single Bed blankets,
Six Cotton Pillow Covers.
One tinder Blanket
Two pair Servants' Strong Sheets.
One Large White tjuilt
Two Servants' pillow Covers.
One Single lied Quilt
Six Linen Bedroom Towels,
One pair Servants' Blankets.
Three Servants' luwels.
One  Under Blanket.
Three White Hath Towels.
One Colored Ouilt.
hour Glass Cloths.
Two White Toilet Covers.
Four Tea Cloths.
One Servants'Toilet  Cover.
(.rami concert at the Baptist
ChurcU, Thursday, April 20th, at
8 p.m., music, tableaux, etc. Admission 5(1 cents, children 25 cents.
A Train of Ills
Follows Neglected Colds.
Bronchitis. Pneumonia, anal Con-
���umpllop Itaclt tl.tit In thia way. Colals
weaken lhc riuliiy
and leare one
���uiceptlble to the
fermi of dllcaae of
all kiii.li.
/*f^_
Mathieu's
Syrup
of Tar and
Cod Liver Oil
���topi tbe cold at
aince. It doei ttaore.
11  io foallAea and
��� Irenatheni lhe
whole taodllv organ-
lam that It becomei
practically Immune
to the ordinary
attack! of dlieair
IT ytait value health ind rigor, atop thai
cold wilh Mathleui Syrup of Tar and
Cad I,i��er Oil.
Large bottle Stent*, from all dealen.
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J. H. ROGERS
IBNBRAL   RAILROAD   ANI)   B, S.    AC.KST
Distributor* for Western Canada
FOLEY BROS. LARSON & COMPANY
Winnipeii Edmonton        Vincouwr Sukiltx
S.S. COMPANY OF B.C.. Ltd
1 he new steel Passenger Steamer
"Camosun"
leaves
Prince Rupert every Sunday
at 9 a.m. for Vancouver,
arriving Monday afternoon.
For Stewart City on arrival
from Vancouver Friday
night.
Northbound, leaves Vancouver Wednesdays at 9 p.m.
GET IN NOW AND GET IN RIGHT
The followinR properties will be sold en block, or separately      '
and on easy terms.
MOTION ONI
Hlock
Lots
suction ONI
Hlock Lots
111
la-7-9- HI
11
1-2-8-4*6-6
11
9-10
12
22
18
ill-22
is
1-2
1��
19
2(1
84
M
:M
16-16
19*20
87-88
12
9-1(1
SECTION ONI
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MOTION MVK
Hlock Lots
9 22
18 22-23
 Kor prices, terms anal particulars, apply In
W. S. BENSON,
Second Avenue
AGENT
At'aanlic  Ra-.ll, .-, Itaapraa����aaaaanl Co.. Ltd.
Phone 214
Steerage Fsire
Tin
$5.00
"Camosun" is the only steame
on the run having water-tight bulkheads and double bottom, thus en
suring safety of passengers in case
of collision or wreck.
Swift's Premium Hams anal Bacon with
Cowlchan Eggs &lc, at
QUEEN'S RESTAURANT      J. H. Rogers, Ticket Agent
���I. VV. Williams -: Proprietor
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE ANI) HETAII, DRUGGIST
Phone No. 200 P. o. Box 580
PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
Windsor Hotel I For Sale
kikst AVENUE at BIGHTS BTREET
ALSO AI1KNT nm
Standard Folding Typewriter
Naawly Furniihed and
Sleaam Heated Room.
A KlltST   CLAM I1AK   ANI)   DINING
ROOM IN CONNECTION
HATK.S 60 CENTS  AND  IIP
"Mils   niM  TO   QUESTS
Lots 11. IB, 16,   block 2H,   section   5
price 1600 each, terms half cash.
Lot 7, block 1G,   section (a,   price $2 -
400,  terms half cash.
I.ots 18, 14, 15,  block  8,  section 7, I
price (600 each, terms half cash.
Lots 6. 7, 8, with house, block 86, sec.
7. price 88,660 all. tirms $l,,i00 cash.
La.ts 7, B, block 86,  section 7,  price
61)760 pair, terms half cash.
ROBT. ASHLAND
P.O. BOX 117
For Fire  Insurance  in  Reliable     !
Companies, call on
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Limited.
...THE...
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Represents  the   Inst    word    in
Uange construction
-FOR SALE BY-
I The Thompson Hardware Co.
A single aheet
of thin tlaaue,
a dozen or
more heavy
carbons, or
both-the L.
C- Smith ��
Bros. Automatic Paper
Feed handle*
equally well
without ad*
justment.
One Typewriter
that does the
work of two���
ana Does it Better
That's the NEW MODEL
L C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter
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with more than Hn���K....... ...     .'  " "" ,mP""uiit woarlna nolnf
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with more than double the li(���ofor;|i;:
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R- A. L. P. HURT a
O.   Box 436 "���"���"������-"" -n.l Foltor, Hu.���, '
EALER
Prince Rupert
. THE    PRINCE    KUfKKT   OPTIMIST
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Ouoan Clmrlotte Ialunds Land Diatrict���District of
** Skivna
Tuko notico thut I, John Mcleod of Vancouver,,
occupation brokWi Intend to apply for permiMton i
in prospect f0| coal and petroloum on tho following
doftcrtbed lunda: '
Conwionolng at a poit planted about thrw mllea
.... i nf ihu mouth of tho Tl-vl River markod
i McU N. K. Cornor, No. 70, thenoe nouth ko
chalna thenoe weat BU chimin, thonoe north no
chalna! thenoe oaat so chuinn io point of eom-
���mmcenwntl contuininK 840 ucrea, mon- or Leu,
Datfld Fob. BI, lull. JOHN MoLBOD
lull, Keb. 28, Clurenco McDowell, Agent
Water Notice
Uueen Charlotto talandi Land District   District ol
Skeona
Take notice that 1. John MoLood of Vuncouver,
occupaUon hroker, Intend to apply for permiaaion
,u prospect for coul u.ui petroleum on the foUowing
deacribod landn:
Commencing ui a poat plantetl three milea west
o( the mouth of tho Tl-el River und marked J.
MH.. S. K. Corner. No. 89, thonco north HO
,��� ftint,   tlunce   WOat   BO  chuinn,   thenoe   aouth   HO
chalna, thonoe eaat ho chuinn to point of commencement!  contuininK 840 acren, more or leas,
limed Feb 31. 1��U. JOHN MeLEOD
puh. Pob. 88, Clurence McDowell, Agent
uueen Churlotto laluiida I .uml DUtrict    District of
Skeenu
Xgke notloe that I, John McU-od of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend lo upply for permission
,,, prospect for coal and petroleum on tho following
Commeneing at * poal planted about two mUea
w,..,! of the mouth of the Tl-el Kiver und marked
t Mcl. S. K. Corner, No. 50, thence north 80
Chalna, thenco west HO chums, thonco south HO
chalna, tlience eum BO chains to point of commencement; containing li-IU acres, more or less.
Dated Keh. BI, 1011. JOHN  M'LKOD
puh. Feb* 88, Clarence McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land Distr'ct���District of
Bkeena
Take notico thai 1, John Mcl.eod ofVaneouver
occupation broker, Inteml to apply for permission
in prcaopot for coal and |>otroloum on the followinK
deecribed lands:
Commeneing nt a post plunlod about two milos
BOUlh und two miles west of the mouth of tho
Tl-el Kiver und murked J. Mc.L. S. K. Corner,
No, 71, thenco north HO chains, thonco west HO
cimins, thence south HO chuins, thence eust HO
chalna to point of commencement; contuininK *>40
acrea. mora or loss.
Dnted Feh. 22, 1911 JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 24. Leslie K. Walter, Agent
Queen Churlotte Islunds Uind Dwtrict -District of
Skeena
Take notico thut I, John McL^ottd of Vancouver,
oceupation broker, inteml to upply for permission
iu prospoct (or coul und petroleum on tho followinR
deecribed lunds:
Commendng ut u post plunted ubout four nulea
aouth and throo milea wtat of tho mouth of the
Tl-el Kiver and marked J. Mc.L. S. K. Corner,
No. 78, Ihonco north HO chuins, thenco wost HO
chains, thonco south 80 chains, thence oast HO
chains te point of commencement; contuininK
I'D) ucres, more or less.
listed Keb. 22, 19U. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 84, Claronco McDowoll, Agtnt
Quaan Charlotto Inlands Lund District ���D strict ut
Skeenu
Tuke notice that I. John McLeod of Vancou\cr,
occupation broker, inteml to apply for pi*.mission
to proepael 'or coat un i potroleum on the fallowing
describe t land:
Commencing at a | ost plant d aboul ight miles
���OUth und lour west of ihe mouth of Tl-el Kiver
and mnrk d J. McU, N. K. Corner, -o. 79, thence
\V. BO ehuins, I'ence south HO chains, thence north
B I chains, tlnnce east HO chains to Point of com-
nienrem-nt; containinR tilO acres, ti ore or less.
Duted Keb 84,1911. JOHN McLKOD
Tub. Keh. 27. C McDowell. Agent
*.; ���' *-.i Churlotte Islands ..and District   -District of
Skeena
Take notice that I, John McU'od of Va  r -iver,
��� .:.".*<i. broker, intend lo apply fur | term im ion
to proapeet for coul and petroleum on the following
described lunds:
Commeneing at a post planted nltoui. throe
mile* north and ono mile wan of tho motttil of the
TU'I Kiver und murked J. McL., S. W. Corner,
No. IS, thenco north HO chuins, thenn' east HU
Chalna, thenci- south Ml chuins, thence west HO
Chalna to point of commencement; containinK tilO
ucn-a, more or Iota
DatedFOb.26.1911 JOHN McLKOD
Pub, Keb. 28. Clarenco McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotta islands Land Dtatrict - District of
Bkaana
Take notice that I, John McUtid of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply [or permiasion
to proapeet fur coul ami petroloum on tbe followinK
detcrtwd lund:
I tommOttdOg ut a post plumed about eight
miles north and throe mil. ��� mat of the mouth of
the Tl-el Kiver and murked J. McL.. S.W. Corner.
No til, thence north Hll chains, thenci* east HO
chaina, thence south HO chains, thencc west HO
chsins to potnt of commencement; contuining
ttio acree, more or less.
Dated Keb. 28,1911. JOHN   McLKOD
Pub  Murch 3. Clarenco McDowell. Agent
4mwn Charlotte Islands Und Diatrtct���District of
Skeenu
Tuke notice that I, John McLood of Vancouver.
occupation broker, intent! to nppljfor permMon
tt> prospect for coal and petroleum on tho following
described land:
Commencing at a post planted ubout nine miles
north in;.! tlin-,- mil.' west uf the mouth of the
Tl-el Kiver and marked J. McL., S. \V. Cornor.
No. 62, thonce north HO chains, thence east H0
chains, thence south HO chains, thenct* watt K0
chains to point of commencement; containing
tilO ucres, mon' or less.
Dnted Keb. 28. 1911, JOHN  McLKOD
I'ub. March 3. C. McDowell, Agent
Skeena Land DUtrlot -District of Cussinr
'Pake notion thnt I Joseph Koiway of Vancouver
B.O., OOOUpfttlon prospector, intends to upply for
permission  to  purchaso  tho  following described
lauds:     *
Commencing at *�� post plantod two and one-half
mllea In an eaaterly dlreotion from tho point on
Naaa River where the Lava Luke trail bairtna,
thenee  west   HO  elm.ns,   llienco  south   So chalna,
thonco oaat 80 ohnlita, thenoe north wi nhutna t
point o.  i imiiU'iu'oiuent, containing 64U  acrea ,
moro or lean,
Dute Fob. 8,1911 JOSEPH HKI.WAY
Pub, Mur. in
Skeenn Land DUtrict-Dlltriet of Uaaalar
Take nntiee that I Ai thm James Welah of Vancouver, occupation broker, Intenda to apply for
permiaaion to purchase the followina; aeaorlU-d
lands:
OojnmencInK at a poat planted throo nnd (no-
half mile* in an eaaterly direction from the point
on Nana Kiver where tho Lava Lake trail own*
mencaa near tha trail, thenoe oaat eUfl 'y chalna,
thence aouth B0 chains, them��� wesi so ei.. ��� -i,
thenee north B0 ehuins to p lint uf com. encenn .,t
containing 640 acroa mnro or leai
Date Keb. a, ion AUTHI':; JAMES WELCH ;
Pub Mar. 10 J neph Belway, A {font I
Skeenu Und District-District of Coast Range 5
Take notice thut Mary Maragret tJIUU of Victoria, It. ('., occupation houw>koe|H>r, . . ,-nds to
npply for permission to purchuse the following
described lunds:
Commencing ut u post plunted at tho north oast
cornor of l,ot B987. thonco 20 chuins west, tbence
20 chains south, thonco 20 chains west to T. L.
3259V, thenci' about HO chains nurth to Ijtkelse
Kiver. thence meandering wiid river up stream in
a southeasterly direction to Lakelse Lake, thonco
meandering suid Inko to point of commencement
contuininK  160 acres, more or loos.
Post marked M. M. O., N. K. Corner.
Dated Keh. 14, 1911.
Tub. Murch 4.
MARY MARGARET GILLIS
Sko na Lund District���District of Coaat Rang 6
Tako notice that Henjnmln Kuossl Rica of
Prince Rupert, It. C, occupation waiter, Intends
to apply for permission to purchuae the following
descritttd lands:
Comnvencing at a post planted *���'������ chains south
fnim the south east corner of Lot 3000, thence 70
chnins west, thence 65 chains north, thence 70
chains east, thenco 65 chainB south to point ,-f
commencement; containing 455 acres, more or
loss Post marknl H. R. R.. S. K. Cor.
Dated Keb. 13, 1911.
Pub. March 4. BENJAMIN RUS8BL RICE
Skeenu [.and District -District of Coast Range 5
Take notico that David McLennan of Princo
Rupert, H. C , occupation ctork, intend* to apply
for p'Tini���-���-!.in to purchase the fullowing described
lands:
Commencing ut u post planted 40 chains so'Uh
from the south west corner of Lot 994, thenca 40
chuinn east, thence 40 chains north, thence 40
chuins WHt, theneo 10 chains south to point ot
commencement | containing 160 acres, more or
less. Post murked I). M., S. W. Cor
Dated Pab. 18, 1911 DAVID McLKNNAN
Pub. March 4,
Skeenu Und District���District of Coast Range 5
Take notico that Alexander Beaton of Vancou- I
ver, it. C, occupution curp.-at.-r, Intends to apply
for permission to purchaso the followinK descnlwd
landai
Commencing at a post planted 80 chaina aouth
from thi soutli wost cornor of Lot 3066. Poat
marked A. U., N. W. Corner, thonce 30 chains
south, thence 80 chaina east, ihence 30 chains
north, thenco 80 chains west to point of eommoncoment; contuining 200 acres, mope or leas.
Dated Keb. 18, 1911. ALEXANDER BEATON
Pub. March t*
Bkaana Land District - District of Cassiar
Tuko notiee thnt I Andrew Cummintra of  Van-
i couver, B.C.. occupation cook,  intends to applv
i for permission to purchase the following describ-
| ed lunds:
| Conimonoina: at a post planted, three nnd 000-
hulf miles in un eusterly direction from the point
- on Niuis Rlvar whore the Lava Laka trail baglna
I near the trail, thence west BO chairs, thence aouth
$0 Chalna, thenre enat BO ehuins, thonco north Hi
chains to point <>f commencement. contnininK 640
I ncres.
Date Kob. 8, 1911. ANDREW Ct'MMIN'CS
Puh. Mar. 10. .Joseph Belway, A wnt
Skivna Laml District-District of Cassiar
|     Take notice ihut I Hugh D. Cillis of Prinee Ku-
I port,   occupation  lubirer.  Intends   to npply  for
permission to purchase the following desciit>od
1 lands:
Commencini; ut u post plantad throe and one-
half mllea in an easterly direction from the point
, on Vit   Kiver where the L.iva Lake   trail   begins
I and  one  milo  in  a  northerly  direction from tho
said   Lava  Luke trail,  thonce north hu  chains,
theme  east   ���*'! chains, thence  south   KU   chnins,
i thonce west BO chnins to point of commencement.
containing tV-lo acres.
Date Kob. .1. 1911. HUGH D. CILLIS
[ Pub. Mar. 111. Joseph Belway. Agenl
Slikine I .ar.d District    District of Cassiar
Take notice lhal Christian A. Tervo of Stikine,
B. C, occupation customs ofllcer, intends to npph
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Notico is hereby given that un application will be made under Part V. of
the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
license in the Skeena Division of
Skeena District.
(ul   Tlu- name, address and occupation
,.   .. a- .      -        n        rt      ..     />!���     i ,  Itaaaitll     a aaaaaat'ta   att'aaaat   .,.,   taaaa
ot the applicant is  S.   R. Mc-C linton, | tfaenca 'in ohaliu north, th
Estate agent, Vancouver, B.C.
(If for mining ptfrpoBea)  Free Miner's certificate No	
(b) The name of the lake, Btream or
source (if unnamed the description
is| Kitsumkalum River.
(c) The point of diversion is near the
intersection of tlie eust. h-mndury of
lot 14(l,r>.
(d) The quantity of water applied for
(in cubic fa-et per second) is 140.
(e) The character of the proposed
works is ii general plant for the production of heat, light and power, and
Sha-ami) Lianal Dintrict -Dlitrioi "I Coul Range '
Tula.- iiaitlcta thut Willium Franklin i Brponttor
of t'rincai Rupart, I*. 0., oooupstlon rutiunnt
kt-aapaar, iaila-inlH ti: upply f.ar pail .nisKiaiia m |nircl]uso
l faa- (.illiiwiiia: ilt-afril'fal Nana)   :
CoinintinijlnK nt B ptiHt plnnlt-il nt tho south out
curnair nl uurva-yud l^it 171-, thoncu -il t'luttriH
aanulli thonc BUOUt illi chnins wt'ttt in |.,,[ _i,.,ft,
l'l chnillH aat'sl
thonOO .ala ant BO chuina nnrlh laa l.tal 10(18. thuliou
nlitiiu 110 chniiiaa pool Iii Hiniili 1'iaan   -urner ol Lot
B068, iha-n tboul SB cIuuiih north lo l,oi 1711,
thonoo uiaaiui a'a5 ohalm aiuaai io polni nl ooinmenou-
inarnt; contuininK 480 ucros, iiatira- or la>ss.
Datod Fob, 15, 1911.
I'ub  Murch 'I.
WILLIAM FRANKLIN CARI'BNTER
COAL   NOTICK
COAL NOTICK
COAL NOTICE
the   manufacturing   of   wood   pulp,   talnlng 86 avia, moi
lumbers and timbers genorally. \ f;���^',', {,'i'i"'"' mn.
Ski-aanu Lnnd District-**01atrlot A Coaii  [tango r.
'i'uke notloo tlmt Qaaorao Laovloh ol Prlnou itii|.a.ri
It. C, ooeupstion dors, Int mis in appl> for
pormlaalon to purchuNu ilu- following iloROrlbod
landai
Conunonolnii ut n poat plantod on ihnro of
ItUkrlso i ..aka- niaatiil fill cnuins 11.an li ao ; tr.nii ouUel
aaf   unial    luka<   a I .Ilka'lHa)    UiatT .   thonctl   20   a-liitins
north, thonoo about 60 ohalnii mil  *.. Lakelio
Luke, thenco nienmlerin,; sulal hake    i  iv i a u tteat-
erly ilhei'iion tai point of eommanoama it j  oon*
reorlfti.'..   I'nsl mull.eil tt. L.
QEOUOK LEV1CK
Itititita-an ttaati  aiiaatit'in a^a'iia-a aaii.v. .,  .    , 1..-1
(f)   The premises on which the water . Pub. March I.
Is to be used (describe same) Mill site
about 8*4 of a mile below Intake; sinsat Lsnd District���Diatriet of Com tiangoTJ
wood, frame and concrete buildings' Tako nolice that Angus lleuuni of I'm, -, Kupart,
in addition to the masonry, dams. $%* -gfj-jg��'{gj.fijjg^^^"^
numea and penatocka neceaaarys CommencinK at a pom planted ki the wmth
(ir\    Thi' nurnnaam fnr whtnh tlw water   eMt corner of Lot it'J^T, thonoe  Ut chuinn west,
W)    im purpoaea uh win n tm wacei   lhenra .,0 chllhlll H1(Uthi lh,.IRV allotll (i0 rluiinB
is CO m* U8ed   is   power development |0ttHt to UktlM Luke, thence maandering sal.l lake
ahora in an northerly dtftOtton to point of com-
mencemonl;   containinK  IT" ncres, more or lean.
Poat marked A. It., N. K. Cornor.
Dfttod Fob. Ui mil. iUJOUS BEATON
Tub. March 1.
(h) If for Irrigation, deaeribe the land
Intended to bt* irrigated, giving
acreage	
(i) If the water is to lie used fur power or mining purpoaea, describe the
place where tne water is to be returned to some natural channel, aud
the  difference   in   altitude   between
pnint of diversion and point of return.
Power plant about 3-4 of a mile down
Btream from the intake.     Difference
In altitude 80 feet,
(j)    Area of Crown land intended to be
occupied  by  the  proposed  works is
100 acres,
(k)    This notiee was posted on the (tth
day of March, 11)11,   and  application
will be made to the Commissioner en
the 25th day of April, lilll.
(I)    Give the names and addresses of
any riparian proprietors or  licensees
who or whose lands are likely   to   be   Skeena Uml Distriet   liimrirt of Coast Hangi* V
jitTV  h-d hv the nromwml worka pi thor '     'l~*kv  ,mtict' thut  t:,mr|,K   '*���  OM,,r *������  I'rince
aittMuim uu p oposeittoiKs.uuur , Ru|Hlrti B  c<( ,WUput;on nrwyor, Intandi to
above or below the outlet.    None.        : ��Ppiy for permiviun to purchase the fullowinR
K   R    MePI 1NTON dcwcribwl UntlH:
a. i\. ��iit-un iw��i ���     CommencinK ut a post pluutotl tit tho north east
���lames Cross, Agont. ' corner of aurveyeil lot ;iw\, Him^- a. Coust IM-*-
P.O.  Box .885, Prince Kupert, B.C. ' trict, thence in an ouaterly direction ulonu the
southerly limit of tturveye<l lot :l!Hl uml tho pro-
Skeenu ljind District District of Const I tango V
Take noiico thut Juek Bedford of Koighh-y,
Yorkshire, Knyland, oceupution ovt-r-lookor, intends to apply for peniusMoii to pun-huso the
followinn diMTilanl lands:
Conunonetng it u post planted at r point iu Um
oiLsu-rly boundary of titulsT limit 38829 ami in
lho southerly limit of lot B988, [Ung�� *\ Const
Diatrict, when' lho suid limits IntHiMt, (hence
uIouk the southerly limit of lot 8988 uforosaid
anil (he projoction thereof in an Natorly direction
80 chains more or less to tin- wesh-rly limit of
tlmbtr limit BS601, theneo in a -luulurly dtfOOtioD
uloii|[ tho la*t mentioned Imtn 11 chuitui more
or loss to the northerly limit ol Umber limit 867TB,
them*e in a westerly din-clum llon| tin- IilsI mentioned limit Ml ehuins mon- or h-ss to the eusterly
limit of timber limit ;t!vij:t, thonco in a northerly
direction 11 chuins moro or loss to the point ol
eommoncoment.
DutedMarch H, lull. JACK   i-   nl.u.,i
I'uh. March 25,
Queen ('harlotte 'slunds I.utid District -District oi } IJuetm Charlotte Inlandn Land District.   -Diatrict oi
Skitmu Skeena
Tuke notiee Ihut I, John MeLeod of Vancouvor,        Take notice thai 1, John MoLeod of VanooUV ff
occuputiun broker, inlend tu upply for permission    occupution hroker, intond to apply for permission
to prospeet for coul and petroleum on the lollowinK   to prospect for 0OAl uml petroleum on the following
doscribed lundi .
CommencinK ut u post plunted ut tho muuth of
the Tl-el Uiver and marked J. McL. N. K. Corner, No. HU, thence south 80 chains, thenco west
KU cliuins, thence north sn chains, thence oust Ml
chain.. ��o point of commencement; containing G4U
acres, more or less.
Dated Feb, 81, lull 'JOHN McLKOD
I'uh l'eh. u.'i, Letlfl fc-. Waller, Attent-   Dated Pet
Pub. Keb. iii.
Queen < lharlotte Islands Und District���District ol
Skuena
Take notice thut 1, John Mcl.eod of Vancouver,
occupatiun broker, inlund to apply fur permission
to prospect for cuul und petroleum on tho following
deaerlbed landai
Commencing at a post planted abuut twu miles
west of the mouth of the Tl-el Kiver aud marked
J . McL. N. \V. Corner, No. 1!!., thonce south 80
fibalna, thence east KU chuins, thence north KU
chuins, theneo west KU chains to point of com-
meneementi contuiuint; ti-tU ucres, more ur Iosh.
Duted Feb. BI, l'Jll JOHN McLLOL
I'ub. Feb, 88, Clnrunco McDowell, Agont
Quoen Churlotto lslunds Lund District - District uf
Bkeena
Tuko noiico thut L John McU'od of Vancuuver,
uccupation broker, intend lo apply for permission
to proapeet for cnal and petroleum un the following
described lands:
Commencing ut u post planted abuut twu miles
west of tho mouih of thu Tl-el Kiver and murked
J. McL. N* E, Cornor, No. 49, thenco south KU
chains, thence west bii chuins, thunce north 8U
chuins, thence eust KU chains to point uf commencement; contuininu MO acros, more or less.
Duted Fob. 81, 1911 JOHN McLOED
I'ub. Feb. 23. Clurenco McDowell, Agent
Quaan Churlotte lslunds Lund District  -District of
Skoona
Tuko notico thut I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupution broker, intend to upply for permission
to prospect for coul und petroleum on the followini:
described  lunds;
Commencing ut a posl plunted ut the mouth of
the Tl-el Ki\er und murked J. McL. S. K. Curner,
No 1, thenw nurth KU chuins, thenco west K0
chains, thenee nouth KU cliuins, thunce east UU
chains to point of commencement1 containing
640 ucres,  more or h-ss.
Dated Feb. 81, 1911. JOHN McLKOD
I'ub. Feb. '23. Clarunce McDowell, Agont
Oueen Charlotto lslunds Lind District ���DUlrict of
Skaena
lake notice thut 1, John McUhxI of Vancouver,
occupntion broker, Intend to apply for permU'ttio
to proepael for eoul und petroleum on the follow mt
I. -��� ii.h.j ulnds:
Commencinu ul u (tost plunti-d ubout live miles
north and ono mile wmt uf thu muuth uf the
Tl-el Kiver und marked J. Mc��... N. W. Corner
No. 1? thence soulh KU chains, thonco oust KU
chains, thonce norlh 80 chuins, Ihonco went 8U
chains to point of commoncemont; contuinintt 01U
acrex, moro or lent.
Dated Feb.88, UML JOHN  McLKOD
I'ub. Feh. -** Clarenw McDowell, Agant
gueen Charlotto Islands Und District-District ot
Skwna
Take notici- thut I, John Mol.ood of Vancouver
occupatiun brokor, intend to apply for \-< ni.i--.uu
(escribed lands:
Commencini; at u post planted about two miles
south  and  two  miles  west of  the mouth  of  (he
Tl-el  River and marked J.    Mc.L. N. K. (.'orner,
No. 78, thenoe south 80 cimins, thence weal B0   thonce"nnrth BU <*
chains,   thenco  north  *****  chuins,  thonco  east   80   thence south 30 ol tin
chains  to  point  of  commencement;    contuininu
840 acres,  more or less.
1811. JOHN McLKOD
Clarence McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Und District���DUtrict f
Skeena
Take notin- tlmt 1, John McLood of Vancouver,
occupntion broker, Intend to apply for permission
to prospecl for Coal and petroleum on tho following
described lands:
Conn, onclng al U post plantod about three miles
north and une miloa west ol the mouth o! the l l-el
Kiver and marked l McL., s. K. Corner, No. 25,
then,-,' m -I 0 eh li 11,
Lhence easl 80 ohains to
poini oi ooniii i-iu-i iia-ut; containing 640 ucrea,
more or loa .
Datod I eb 86, 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
I'uh. Fell. 8& (larence McDowell, Auent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District���DUtriet of
Skoona
Tuke notice thut I, John McLeod of Vuncouver,
occupution hroker, intend to apply for permiaaion
to prospoct for cuul und potroleum on the following
deacribod lunds:
Queen Charlotte islands Land District    District ol
Skeenu
Take notice thai I, Joh   McLeod ��f   ancouver,
uccupation broker, Intond to apply for permission
to prospecl for cnal and i etroleum on the following
Commencing at a post planted ubout two milos   described .amis;
NOTK    One cubic foot Dt��r   second   is   fcSfonihewf 40 Jhai��7o7tmi^ on ihe following
ner S InChOS* parallel to (he easterly limit of -.urve
equivalent to 86*71 nl
Pub. March \{\, 1911
Water Notice
eved lot  S8S4
afi.n-Mud tiO chains moro or laaa to the northerly
1 limit of a timber limit i No, 18509), thonco wost
I 40 chains more er loss to a noim In tho pro ociion
southerly   of  the  easterly  limit   of  surveyed   Im r; .  .    . .
8984  thenco  in  a  northerl>   direction iSng  th. I*���-  ,,H'ncv *0?1. *Jl��*** Xo *iWnt ��!f wm
nrojoedon  of the said  limit   and  alone the said
descriUnt lunds
Commencing at u post planted two milos west
uf the muulh uf the Tl-el Hiver and marked J
McL. S. W. Corner, No. '.18, thenco north 80
chains,  thenco east  80  chains,  thence south   80
Notice is hereby riven thut an Application will be made uniler Purt V. of
the "Water Act. 1909," to obtain a
license in the Queen Charlotte Division
of Skeena District.
limit GO chains mora or lem to point o[ commence-
I ment, containing 'J40 acre* mon' or loss.
Datad March 8, IUll.       CHARLES r. OTTKR
I'ub. March '2f>.
Skeena l-and Districl  -District of Coasl Kuiiko V
'lake   nutice   thut    Kdiih   Ahre   Craw ther   of
i lkleg,    Yorkshire,   l.u-l.i- -i.   occuputiun spinster,
I intends to upply for iwrmiwon to purchase the
��� followinK described lands:
(a) 1 he name, address and occnimtlon      Commencing at a post planted at the south east
of the applicant is Qeorge xoung, form'r ,4,f ""rveywi lot sml Range .\ <*u��*i di*.
Vi -t   ri       It P trict, thence north along the easterly limit of the
viLioii.i, a**** *4aid (ut At. chahis mon* or li-��s to the southerly
(If for mining purposes)    1-ree   .iiin- limit   of  Lot :ti��Kli, Itanso .'���. cast ib -trict. thenre
vv's I'ertllicate No... bum along lhe southerly Timil of tho la*t mention"!
_,' *   i     i   i I"1  **u chains to   a   point,   thenco in   a south-
(b) The name of the lake, stream or erly din-ction ar> chains parallel to ihe aaid
source (if mummed, the description oasterly limit of lot awi. ihence in a *e-.t-
i-\ a:., f nb . ��...i \;.. Dt*��M ''fly dinvilun t>0 chains more or loss to
IS) Ain Dilke uml Ain KlVer,                    , l(l0 |loint ���r commencement containing 810 acrw
HJl'nlT"1 "f diVCn,i0n 8t ��r "l'"r i """" W ""' WITH AL1CK CROWTBBB
Al" '"lKl- , I)��lwl M.rch 8, IUll.
(all   The quantity of water applied for  i'ul1- M*teU ar..
(In cubic faet per tecond) Iikki.
v    . , r , Ska-fna Ijttitl llitalrl.'l    DMrlfl ttf Cnaa.t.
(e) I Iii* Character Of the proposed: IWnnoUctlntLJ 11. Ma-Auxha-v of l'rlrac,
wanks, dam, llunie,   pipe line,  power , ________ ������.���������in-.m-innnnpr., ini.-n.l- to tipply for
, , __ li.a, im l . i. .,,      (..       >iahl)aaal      t
enjnnes, plant, etc
mencement   * ontaining (i4U acrw, mon* or letut.
Dated Feh. 21. IUll. JOHN McLKOD
I'uh. Keh.'Jl. Claronco McDowell. Agent
gueen Charlotte lalanda Und DUtrict -Diatrict of
Skeena
Take noiico lhat 1, John McLeod ,ot Vancouver,
<��ccupauon hruker, intend lo apply or jHTinhMion
to proapect tor coal and petroleum un tho following
diwcrilM.il landa:
Commencing at a pant plantnl alKiut six milw
nouth and two wiwt of the moulh of the Tl-e
Itiver and marknl J. McL. N. W. Corner, No. :i8
thenco Miuth HO chainn, thonce ,.i-t Ml chaiiw
thenco north Su chainn, thence went SO chain* to
point of commencement; containing tilt) acrea,
mon' or lew.
Datnl Keh. 2:1. IUll. JOHN   M'LKO'.
i'uh. Kob. 25. Clarance McDuwell, Agont
���OUth and two mllea went of the mouth of the
Ti'el Kiwr nnd murkeil J. Mc.L. S. K. Corner,
N'o. 48, thence north SO chuil.H, Ihenee west HO
chuins, thenoa souih so ehuins, thoneo eaat 80
chains to point of eommeneement: oontalnlng 840
iirres,  more or less.
Datod Keh. 22, IUll JOHN  McLKOD
Puh. FOb, 21. Leslie K. Wulter, Agent
Quean Churlotte lslunds ljind District���District ol
Skeena
Tuke notiw? that I. John McLood of Vanoouver,
occupalion broker, inlend to apply for permission
to prospeet for eoal und petroleum on the followiriK
deecribed landai
Commencing at a posi plantad ahout two mllee
souih and two miles west ol the mouth of tlu?
Tl-el Uiver und marked J. Mc.L. N. K. Corner,
No. 47, thenoe south SO chuina, thenee west HU
chains, t1 ence north SO ehuins theneo eaal HU
cimins to point of commencement; Oontalnlng ''10
aeree, more or laaa,
Datad Feb 88(1811. *ou\ MoLBOD
Pub. Keb. 21 Clurence McDowell, Agont
Commercing ut u poet plantod about tout miles
north and three miln weal of the mouth ol the
'll-el ftlvei und murked J. Mel.., N. K, Corner,
No. tid thonce south nu chaine, thenoe uveal BO
chalna thenee nortn .su ehuins. ihenee eaat so
chaini t��i poim of commencement;  containing 040
ucres,  more or len.
Dated Feb, :.���;, lull. JOHN MeLEOD
Puh. Keb. 28. Chirenee McDowell, Agent
IJueon Churlotte lalandi Lund District -Dlltriet uf
Bkeena
Take notice thai L John McLeod of Vuncouver,
occupution broker, Intend to apply for permiaaion
tc proapeel for coul and petroloum on the following
described  hinds:
Commeneing ut u post plantod ubout four milea
north und three miles west ol the mouthol (ho
Tl-el Kiver and marked J. McL., 8, E. Corner
No 65, thence north SU ehuins, thence west HO
chuins, thenOO south SU chums, thence oust-HO
ehuins to point of cominencoinont; oontalnlng t'10
acres, more or less.
Dated Keh   88, 181L JOHN   McLKOD
Pob. Keh. BB. Clarence McDowell. Agent
QueenChurluite IslandaLand District ���Diatrict
Bkaana
Tuke notice thut 1, John McLeod of Vancouvor.
occupation broker, intend iu upply for permission
to prospect for coal und pelroleum on the following Queen Chariot to Islands Land District���Diatrict of
described lands; Skeana
Commencing   ul   B   posi   plunted   about   two Take notice that  1, John McLeod ol Vancouver
milea souih and two milea neat ol the mouth of occupation broker, intend to apply for permission
the   Tl-ol   Itiver,   Graham   Islund,   and   marked to proapeel for coal ami petroleum on the following
J. Mc.L.   N. \V. Corner, No. 114, thence south HU described land:
chuins,   ihence  euat   mi   chains,   thonce  nurth  80 Commencing ut a post plunted ubout two m loa
chains,  thence   weat   80 chains  tu point of com- north und two miles wost of  the mouth  of  the
mencement;  containing 840 ucrea, more Ot leas. Tl-el Hiver und markeil J.  McL., S. K. Corner,
Dttad Keb. 22, 1811,                       JOHN McLKOD No. 62, (hence north SU chain . thence woat HO
Pub. Feb. 24.                  Clarence McDowell, Agent chains,  thence Houth  HU  chains,  thenw aaat  HO
ehuins to point of commencement;  containing ti-10
��         _*,,    i .     ,i     i>      i *_-,--     .    m*.*-._*_- acres, moro or laaa,
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District���District o Duted Keh '*,_  WW                       JOHN Mcl BOD
.   . , S,k"'n" .  ,      ..m*              ��� Pub. Feb. ST.                              T. K. Walter. Agent
lake nonce lhat I, John MeLeod ot Vancouver
occupulion broker, intend to upply for permission
to proapact for coal und petroleum on the following Queen Churluttf ldands Lau 1 District���DUtrict of
described lunds: Skeona
CommencinK al a post planted ubout two miles Take notice that 1, John MeLeod of Vancouver,
souih und two miles west of the muuth of tbe Tl-ol occuputiun broker. Intend to app y lor   permission
Itiver and marked J. McL, S. W. Corner, No. 88,
thence north SO chaina, ihence aaat HO chains,
thence south 80 chains, ihence west HO chains to
point of commencement; contuining 840 acres,
more or less
Dated Keb. 22, 1011
\*ib. Keb. 24.
to prospecl for cual and )>etro|eum on the following
deacribed lund:
Commencing ut u post plantnl ubout three milea
west and two miles north of the mouth of tho
Tl-el Rival und marked J  McL. S. K. Corner. No.
JOHN McLKOD   G7  thence north B0 chains, thence west B0 chains,
Clarence McDowell. Agont    thence sout     t^U chains, ihence east SO chains to
poinl of  eommencemenl;    containing  640  acres.
Queen Charlolte Islands Lund District���Disirict of   moro or less.
Bkaana 'Tful';-"5'
Take notice thut 1, John McU-od of Vnncouver   I ub. reb.._t.
IUll
JOHN  McLKOD
1', K. Walter. Agent
occupation broker, intend to upply fur permission
lo prosed for coal und petroleum on lho following
described lands: Queen Charlotte Islunds Lund District  -District of
Commencing at a post plumed about two miles Skn'nu
aouth of the Tl-el Itiver und marked John McL. Tuko notico that 1, John McLeod of Vancouver,
N. E. Corner, No. 32, thence south 80 chuins, occupation bmker, intend to apply for iiermission
ihence west SO chains, thenw north 80 chains, ui proepOCl for coa' uml petroleum on the following
thence east SO chains to poinl of commoncemont;   descrilied lands:
(f)   The promises on which the water
is to be med (describe same)  nt or
near mouth Ain Kiver,Masset Inlet.
corner of lnt 04ft tin me eut A*- chains, thence
south A chains, thenre west 1" chains, thenco
north ��i chain* to point  >-f ouinmencement, cun-
(g)   Th. panoses for which tl., water  IV^rWr.!"ri'.l'V""'��r'""  J. H. HoAOOmn
guavn ChaarlDtt. laltantlaa Untl DUtrict Dutnct nt
Slaarn.
T.ka- notica- th.t I, John Ma-I..*..l ol Vancouva-r.
a-t-.-tj)...t jt.:, broka-r, Inu-nil to .pply (air i>a>rmUaaion
to praapa-ct tor coal alia] |>t>trolt>uan am tha- lollowing
tla-aacrilia-al lanal:
Comnarncinac at a jata.l plait,t-.I alaaiut aix mllaw
aouth ami two milt-a wtaal of  the mouth of tht<
Tl-ol  Uivit anil marka-al J.  Mel,. S.  W. CoraW
No.  117 tha-tatv north  KO chaintt,  IhtMica- a>a,t  M)
archaaia- tht- VtiliawlnKiieiiciluotd I chaina,  thatnea- aouth 80 chaina,  tha-nre Ml Ml
i:,tial- chalna to |ioint of ca)tnancnccma>nt:   containing i>40
r-tninat'iifinir nl ��� pii��t plnnta-al at tht' ottttthwrat    acra-aa, mora- air laaaia. 	
HalaHlJVb. yj, 1911. JlHIN   M I.KOll
PSb. let), ita. Clarance McDowell, Ajent
I laertatia.lon  tti
'."a,via Charlotto lalanda I ..ami Di.trict���Dlitrict ol 1
BkMM
Take nolioe that 1, John M ca .... I of Vancouver, I
ax-ctipation hroker, intenil to apply lor permiatslon
to prn..pa<ct for coal anal petroleum on the followinK '
alt's-iitta-al land:
I'nmmena.'iiiK nt a poat planlt-tl anout nine mila-n i
noith anal thra-aa tnllaia Wa-at aif the mouth of the
I l-a'l Kiver and marked J. Met.., S. B. Corner, I
Nt,. (Iii, a | ii,.,. north 80 chaina, thenca. west 80
chalna, thanca- aoulh 80 cha na, thencc eaat 80
rlaiain. to point of commtfheoment; containinu
040 acrea, moro or leaa.
Haled Keb. 28. 1911. JOHN  Mcl.KOD
Pub. March 3. Clarence McDowell, /.Kent
Qam Charlotte lalanda 1-anal DUtrict���Diatrict ol
Skavna
lake nolica- that 1, John McLa-oal ot Vancouver,
H. I'., occupat lain hraiker, intenal tai apply fair pa-r-
ttaiaaaion taa proapa-ct fur coal anal jH'trtileum on the
hallowing tleacrihaal landa:
;l. Commencing at a poal planta>tt one mile
ni Mh ol the northweat eorner of Ixit 171. marked
1 Mcl.. N.W. Corner, heing lhenorth-we t corner
llti-tarai t-,. t 80 chain,, thencaa aaiuth 80 chain,
ihence wa-at 80 chaina,  thence north 80 chaina to
liaauil tit ctirnmenca-tnent, 	
I'al.al Dee 24.11110. JOHN  M'l.KOD
I'nla. Jan. l'l. W. Daaa, Ago n
'I   e,i (��� arlutle blind   Ijand Diatrict     Diatrict of ;
Skia-lia
Taike ntaiica' ihai I, Jaihn Mcl,.iu| of   Vianeouva'r
��� a-upatiair, brokaT, inteii'l lo ap|il fur pfrmkajon
loproma, a.r coa' d lOtntli'U n ii . tm 1'illiiwing
'���t-riia.al   ant:
l aamintacing ai a poat pl.inio.l aalaoiit aalghl
'"la aunt.) a al four w.-al ol th in ��� ' h "I Iha-
.1' I Hiv, r aa d mark d J. Mcl... S B. C.,r���er,
,0 ii. then.' orth SO ch:ai a, Ihi- e weat 80
���lalna,  ihi'iice aouth  8t�� chain...  thenco aiaaat   80
��� hiatal .. paint aaf a'aiiiiuiniic ment cainlainin 40
��������� i t1  mor   or I.taa.
c   ho    JtJ JOHN  McL  (ID
I'u .   o i 27    ' Oa MeDowel,  Agenl
la-li Chnrlotte lalitml. Land Diatrict���Dutrict ol |
Skea-na
I ake nnllce (hat I, John Mclaetail of Vancouver,
WUpMklO hroker, Inlend to apply lor permiaaion
'. proiposl lor coal 'nd petroleum on the following
ll Kribod lianal;
I'aiinmi-ricirig ai a poat [iliaiilotl alaout iwo mllco
"���"h Iraiiu the moutn ol (he Tl-ol Kiver and ;
"��� ark.-al J Mcl,. N. K Cornor. No. 2, thence
*"i'li 80 chaina, thonco weal 8 i chalna, thenco
""rlh 80 cha na, thence .aat 80 chaana lo point
"' i-'iinme.comonl;    conUlning   640  acroa,   mure]
fur |aa>r-'!.i.>taion lo purchaaa' the follaaaaing tieacrilK'tl
laml:
Cnmmencing at a poat planleal about Ihra-e-
quirttn o( a mila- north eual from (ilacicr llillli'
and ain tha> east bank of stikine Kiver antl on the
aaaulh aitle uf the mouth of a little cra'ck, thence
enat 10 chnina, thenca- norlh 40 chaina, thenca*
aaa-al 40 chaina, thenca- aaiuth 40 chaina to pailnl
of commencement and containing liiu acres mora-
Dated March 10. 11)11. CHIHSTIAN A. TKKVO
I'uh. April 7.
Stikine land Districl    Dslrict of Cuaaiar
Take nolica   that Syalney Hodgkinaon ul Tela-
grupli Creek,  B. C.. aiccujiation tla-rk. inlenila lu
apply   lor  permission  to  purchase  lhe  tollowing
ilescrilietl  land:
Commencing at n poat planted about a tiuarter
mile nairlh eaal from QlMW Killle antl tin the eaat
bank   ot  Stikine   Kiver,  thenca-  easl   20   chaina
thence north   10 chains,  ihence wa-st   20 chaina.
tlience south 40 chuina to jiannl ot comiuenca-ment
anal eonlaining so acra-a more or la-aaa.
I luie.l March 11. Kill.
SYDNEY H0D0KIN80N
I'ub. April 7. C.A.Tervu, Agenl
BkMM Ijand Dislrici -Dislnrl of Quavn Charlotte
Take notira' lhal Hulart 0, Cra-w of Prlnr.
Ku|K<rl, II. C., occuiiation agenl, inletiils to apply
for pormission tai purchaae lhe lollowing da-acrilnsl
lamia:
Commeneing al a paaa( plantisl ubout II 1--
rniea wa-al ami hall a mile atiulh uf the moulh of
SUnli-y Cra>ek where i( empties into Naila-n
Harbor. Oraham laland. Ihelica- eaal 40 chalna,
Ihenn- north 10 chuiia, (hence wesl 10 chain.,
Ihi'nce soulh 40 chuina iu |��iin( u( coinmcnca-mon)
antl eonlaining ISO ai-ra-a mnri' "r la-aa. ,,���.,,,.
la���i,,l March 17. mil.        HUBERT O. CREW
Pub. April 7. Numa Denu-ra. Agenl
BkMM Und Dalrlcl -Dial rict ol l)i n Charlolte
Take nuiice lhal (Ieorge Pri/iull ��� rrinci-
KuiMTl, II. ('.. occupation butcher. Inland! In apply
for ittTiiiission lo purchase tha- billowing OMflflbtd
Caiminencing at a paaat planleal aliout sa'Va'li
miles west unit iwo milea aoulh nf lhe mouth aaf
Stanley Creek when- it enipliis mln IMM
Harlai'r, Oraham Islunil, thenre 80 chains anuih.
Ihantv BO chains weal, thence Ml chains nurth,
tlience 80 rhana eaal lo point of ciimmi-neeinent
and contuining 840 acroa more tirlet* ������,.,.,.., ,
Dated March 17. 11)11 OEOROB FRBZMi
I'ub. April ".. Numa Demera, Agenl
is to be lined   is   for   power  develop- '��� Pub. Feb.
ment and mill operations.
(li)    If for   irrigation,   describe    tin-
land to he Irrigated, Hiving acreage.
(i)    If the water is to ha- used fur power or mining purposes,  describe  the
place where the water  is   to  bi
turned to some natural channe'
. i'-ii.
Analra*w Kennedy. Aa-.aa!
Skea-na I :.- .I District-Dlsltict of Casaal
Take  o .tiea- thlt   I. Peter Kelal, aif Vancouver,
run* inn to purehaae tha- fnlluwing deacribed
anda:
Camimeneinar nl a poal  plnnleal ami tnarkoal P.
re- a H.'a S.W. euraier nntl immtsllutely niljitininK IMaaU
and   nmrk.sl J.M.'a N.K. enrner and A.H.'a SK oor>
a                                                 i                  ... ,)..,   tier; lliimte nnrth-a'chain*, thenee a-aat 4'lehaln,.
the ditrerence in HUtUde between tha-   ,h,.��� ���ulh s,,.hnln, llH.nc��� ���.���, ���, (.h���m, ���,
point of diversion and point of return,    point aif   cun mencement,  contnining :t2u  acrea
At or mar mouth of Ain Hiver.ubotit   ,""r"1",rl"""'.  ,������       ���.    ,,'KSK',���"EI1'-
I(..,...I1.,1...1.      'tall r    I,   . ��� (..       I I        *  '   .   ..       ��� ......
uuon C art l e im.ir.tl ��� land DUtriet��� I * I r ct or
Ske- a
1-1.   nmue t a. 1, John McLeod of Vancouver
uccupation broker, intend to apply  for permiaaion
io j ro pect f>ir co it and |>e(roluum on thu .olluwing
(J.-tTiir   Ian m.
hc. occupation laamatar, Intwtdi to apply for (  C-mmenri tc at a \��*\ punt-d ain>ut *h mil*
contuininK ti 10 am-, timrc or
Dutiii Keh ���-.���:. WW. John UeLEOD
Pob. Keh. 24. Leslie B. W ulter. ARent
Queon Charlotte islam la l-aml District    District ot
Skwna
Take noliee (hut I, John MeLaod ol Vuncouver,
occupatinn hruki-r, intrml to apply for permission
to pn p. c: for i'iiuI and pe(roleutn on (tu- following
described landi*:
Cotntnencinc ut a post planttni ahuut two mill*
aouth of tba mouth of tlu- Tl-el Kiver and murked
J. McL S. B Corner, No. 81, tlience west M>
chaina, thencv north KU chuina, thence east bU
chains, thenco aouth ***** chains to point of eommencemenl- t-untainini: (��10 ucres, more or less.
Dated Keh. 28, IHU. JOHN McLKOD
Tub. Keb.  24. LHtHa B. \Vul(er   Auent
Queen Charlutte lalands Land District-District ol
Ske m
Take BOtka that I, Jo n MoIiB d of Va cou\er.
ol curat ion broktr, intend   o apply tor permiasion    acren, more or lew.
ta prospect lor c al and |>otrole.im in the followinK    Dated Keh. 2ti, l'.Hl
de crdied landa: I'ub. Keb. 2S.
Commencing al a p ��t plant sl ahout four mil s
��� mt and iwn miles we i of the nuuth v>> the
Tl-ol Kiver und markod J* Mcl.. N. B. ("onitr.
No. Aa. thanea outh hO chains, lhet.ee west 60
chains, Uienc>- north bu cliains, tlu-rire atal BQ
chaini ie poi t of commencement;    on talnlng 640
acres, i     or leaa.
Dstal.Fab.83, 1911. Ji UN MLKOD
Pub  Keb. 26. Clarunce MrDowell, Agem
Commencing nt u post plunted ubout four milea
north und throe miles west of lhe mouth of the
Tl-el Kiver und marked J. McL. N. W. Corner,
No. ;.:i. tlunce aouth 80 ehaina, thence eust 80
chaina, thence north 80 chains, thence Mat HO
chuina to point of commencement: contuining mo
acres, mon' or teas.
Datad Keb *j,i, uml JOHN UeLBOD
Tub. Keh. 28. ('larence Mc. towell, Auent
Queen Charlotte Islands Lun.l District���District of
Skaena
Take nonce that I, John MeLaod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to upply for permission
to proapeel for coal und petroleum on the following
deaettbed lands:
Commencing at a post plan(ed ubout (our mile.
north und three miles areat of the moulh ol the
Tl-el Kiver and marked J. McL,, S. W. Corner.
No M, tlence north bO chums (hence eaat N
chaina, ihence aouth 80 ct ains, thenci- west NO
chums to point uf commence i ent:   containine tilt)
JOHN McLKOD
Clarenco McDowell. Agent
MUth and two mi.es West of the mouth of ihu
Tl-e, Kiwr ati��i murked J. M.-L. N .. Corner
No. 43 thenc aoutu >0 chalna, thenoe ��*st HO
c aina, thenc north K0 chalna, then v eant 80
chaina to |��otnt of commi-nci-ment; containing 40
acrm, more Of leaa.
Dated Keb .3, I'M l
l>ub. Keb. 25.
Clarance MeDowill, Agent
160 feet below lake level.
Dated 1st Keb. 1911
I'ub. Keb. ih.
Chnrles H. Allen. Airent
>���*-.*���... Land DtntHcl-Dlitrict of Coaat
Queen Charlotto lalands Und District -Dblrict of
Skeena
Take notic*- lhat 1,   ohn McIahkI of Vancouver,
occupation br kor. intend to apply for permission
Queen Charlotte lalands Und District���District of
Bkeena
Take notice that I John UeLeod of Vancouver,
occupution broker, intond to apply for permission
to prospoct for coul and lietroleum on the following
described land:
Commencing ut n post planted about  thrw milea
west und two miles north of the muuth 11 the  11 el
Queen Charlotte Islan.!s Und DUlrict���Dialrici ot    Kiver and marked J. McL.. N.  K. Corne   N>   B&
Sk ena thence aoulh sO chains, thenco  west    -"   chains,
Take notico that 1, John McLeod of Vancouver,    thence north .0 chains, thenct* oast rhains to point
occupatio    broker, intend to appl    for perm aslon   of commencement: containing M0 acrw more  or
to i rn ;..,-: for eoal and pelroleum on (he following    i.- ���.
deacrh d landai Dated Keb. 25, lull. JOHN McLKOD
Commencing at a post planled four mica south    j��u . Keb. 27. T. K. Walter, Agent
and two ui .i of the m. uth ot to   Tl-el \{   ,-r and
rnarktd J. McL. S. K. Corner. No. Ill, thence n rth
8o chains thenc- weat 80 chains, the ce soulh M    Queen Charlotle Islands Und District -Districl of
c ain%  t once eitst  >Q chai      t    point of com Skeenu
menieinent;   containing (MO acres, nmn; or les. Tako noliee thai 1, J. G   McNab of I'rince Ku-
Dated Keh. I 3, i9ll. JOHN   MLKOD    .IPrti  occupation   general  agent,  intend  to apply
Pub. K*h. 26. Clarance McDowell, Agent    Jor patmlanoo to prospect fur  coal and petroleum
on the following oaaanbad lunds:
Queen Charlotte Islands Und Distriet���District o1
Skeenu
Take notice that I, John McLeod of Vanco iVaf,
(j)    Area of Crown land inU'iulod tn ho
occupied !>>' the proposed Work��.... *����'���� w��nu .i..mCi-��..inClo1 *^��mi           occupaii-n br ker. intend to apply for permission i      "Z,_\7n'^.*x*.Z' li^S"tT^37#�� W*Z^\^*-"*\
(k)   This  nntico  was  ,r,,,l   on   ,.,c ��?.������� ajSUWW^-^  SSS^"��P*-SK" ""^^ I SSStSP SaftS^AflBSIS
lirst day nf March, 1911, and apphca- for permiaaion tepurehseethe fullowing iie��-rii��- I    Commencing at a poat plantetl almut six mllea
tinn will he made to thi- Commissioner   *��� '"'"^ ,        I south and two miles wM of thc Tl-e! Kiver and
ti      *:r*i    l...   .f   \.      i    loll (.omnif in-if.k' nt  apOOtpU
on the fifth day of April, 1911. A  nwlhml ^,r,.er.nnd ah
(U     (iive the names   and    llddreSSOS   of amler    lluehan     mirtht-rn   boundary line, thenee
.-: ..   .,�� .._<_'*..*..*_   __m   i; ���   ,,    ..._, south   sit eh;im��.   ihenee easl  N>  ilmins    thenee
any riparian proprietors or licensees north Hl 1>hntn��� ,lirnci, WMl m chtlinn Ut |mlnl of
who or whose lands are likely  *
to be
planted nnd marked \V. | marketl J*   McL. S.  K. Corner,  No.   II. thenco
"joul I mile fnim Alex-   north 80chains, thence we-t 80  hains, ihence nouth
Ml chains, thenee east 8u chains to point of   com-
encement;  containing MO acres, more or lens.
Dated Keb. 21, 1011 JOHN  MLKOD
Puh. Fob. 25. Claranw McDowell, Agent
Commencing at a post phinied nt (hi- no h-eist
conic of Section 3, Townsh p 2 (iraham Island,
and markad J O. McN*, S. K. Corner, ihence
wesl 80 chains, thence north BO chains, thenco
enst 80 chains, thence south SO chuins to point of
commencement*
J. Q. McNAB
Wilaon Cowing, Agent
above or below the outlet.   None.
GEORGE YOUNG,
Hi Kdenshaw, Agent !
P.O. Box 286, Prince Etapert, H.C.
Nora���One cubic foot per second is
equivalent to 86.71 miner's inches.
Pub. March 16, 1911.
I Dated 1st let.. I'.'ll
I'ub. Keh. tt.
ii.utuiu- --li' neien mote or less
LIAM AN0SR80N,
Charles H. Surk. Atrent
COAL NOTICK
BkeenaLand District -District of Coast
Tako   notire   thnt    I,  Alexander   lluehan. of
Vancouver, li.C. occupation butcher, intends to
apply for permission to purchnst- the following
deaonbad inmis:
Commeneing a )>"-' plnntotl and marked A.H.'s
Ou.-tn Charlotle Islands Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol
Skeena
Take notice that I, John M.-l .-��� I of Vancouver,
occupation hroker, inlend to apply for permiasion
tu prospoct for coal and iielroleum on thi> (ollowing
doscril>cd land:
Commencing   at   a   pmt   planted   about   eight
m.l. ��� souih and four west of the mouth of Tl-el i o acriMM 1 nds
Kiver and marked J* Mcl*. S. W. Comer, No. 77, ! Commenring at a p st plant d ������*< t lo r mile*
S.K. corner, and adjoininK p<��ts marketl J.M.'s ihenw north MO chains, ihence oaat HO chains. I ��Wh and two mile, war! W th.' mouth ( the
N.K. rorner and I'll.t S.K.  rorner; thence west , fence aouth HO chains, thence rt/****. 80 chains to j T.-o   Kiver and  n.arke I J    M  L \\ .  i oner.
Nirhains,  thence north si ebaina, UMQaaaaatSI   point   of  eommoncoment;    conuining   MO  acrus  I'1" >       '     v       !i '     ���
chains, thencesouth ni ehains to tniinl of rom>   more or leas.
ii- ��� ni i il lands:
Comm<ncing at a poet plantod about f ur miles Dated March K, I'M l
aouth  and  two mih-s wet of thu mouth  of  the Pub. March 25.
Tl *���'.   Itiver and marked J. McL. N. W. Corner.
No. -16. thenct- aouth M) chain:��,    thence e st 80 ..        **__. *..._ *_*     ���   ,      * -*-. ... .    ... ....
clinin*. tha-nca- north  I    chnDua. that* WM    U Q"���" < h'rlnlta-1-J.n.l, Und Di.lrict-Diaatnct ol
hiain, to point t.f cunamene ma-ait;  containing lilli      ��� ,        .,.,., '.*���_*'"*. ,     ,   , ..
Hf��, mok- or km. luka-notiw that I. John Mcl.a-otl ,,( \ **__-**_**_
P.ato.1 K..1,. 0, ill. JOHN M'tEDIa ocrupaliun hrokor  Int.-ml to apply lor pornanutaon
l-iil.. Ka-I>. 2.-.. Clara, c. McDowoll. A^nt '," Pr,?!,'K*''"_ ""-' ��'"1 PMwIwn on tha- (ollowinf
alaicrilia-tl land:
t'aimnia>nciiiK at u ml pluntftl ahout tw    niil.*a
(jucaniCharloltt- Ulara'ii Land DUlrict���Dialrirl at- north ol th   mouth ul the Tl-a'l Itiva>   an I markt-d
Sl-evna J.  Mcl... S.  K. Corner.  No. 8, tht'nn> north HO
Take notica- tha   I, John M I.   tl ol Van ottVtTt chainia. thrnci' WMl  Ml cha n ,  tlii-nn- .outh  SU
occupation liruka>r, im ..-aal tai apply for permiaa. or chaini., tha-nct- a-aa-t  rat) chaini. to |aoinl ol nam-
I       | ar- a   | a. .-       .,..;.,.   ;.    . \   , ...   r    I.  .1 Jl a   lln   ��� lit    folloW.n^'       t|lall|-. 111. -1. t ,     C    I, I .till t Hi;  li ll'  UlTl^ .  Ml' ar.- IT  la-...
Dttad Fab. It, Ull. JOHN Mcl.KOD
Tub. Kali 27. T  K. Walter. Agent
llii'ait-t-nit'iit, a-iintainina; t.ln aere* mora .ir lea*
ALKXANDKK IUIC1IAN.
D.u. .1 l-a  Kali., l-.lll a la.all. - II.   All. la.   Aatent
I'uh. Keli. M
llateal Keh. 21, 1  11.
Pub. Keb. 27.
JOHN McLKOD
C. McDowell, Agent
chaina, thenco aoutu    0 cha nai,  tin'   e  woitt
("t.aina  o p lnt o( C'lm-ta. cement     ��� n-aatiing    10
.a  ra..  an. r.. aar lav .
Ilnleal K. b.'.'3, 1   11
Pub. K��b. IK
Qua-en Charlutte lalattdia I. .nil Dutrict -District o
Skeena
Tuke naitlce that I, John Mcl.tnl nf \'ancou\ar,
occupation liruker. intenil to apply Inr iiermuaaiou
J   MN  M'l.l OD   to pr. r|a'Ct fnr cnal nntl petrtilt'uni fan Ih   following
C  ���'���     ���' M   I   ".     It'i'llt
,'��� I Kail.. 25. 11)11.
Pob. I'-nb. 27.
JOHN  McLKOD
Tt Ba Walter Agent
.AND  LEASE NOTICK
Kkc
I
���llIT
l.ly f
���crlb
na Und Dlitriot-Dlitriat of Coaat Kamre ..
iif naaiice that I Bavarin A. Tallandar or Pnr-
lilandt oci-uputltin aahip master, Intenil tonp-
"r lieinilsslnu to lease the follOWlM de-
ed fai t'shorc:
'iineni'lnx nt a post plunteil lit the N.W. DOT"
f l"t 1808, Ihent-e wa-st to low waiter mark.
a''' S"titai uli.iijf low water murk 2r. chains
iirless. Mient'e a'ast tu S.W. corner of lnt
I hen,'), north nltantr hlath wilier niuik tlH'Inu
-"'te. Iy iHiuntlary nf lnt 1.M2I 2r. ehuins mere
I* to pnint nf t'tatirneneement .mil contalnlnx
"���a'shitrn In front of lot lln2.
BBVBRIM ALKXANDKK TAI.LKNDKU
'I March II, lilll.
��� Mnla'h 1��.
LAND PURCHASE NOTlCF.
Bkeena LandUiRtrict-niitrlctof ('mint
Ran(?�� 5
Taka notice that I, Krotl Qarton, ��f
i'rince Rupert) B.C., ocoupatlon far*
mer, Intendi to apply fur permlialon tt>
nurehme the following deecribed landi:
Commencing at n poit planted at tl��-
'""���Hi enst corner or lurveyed lot 1987a
wnge B, Conat iliatrit-t, thence north 60
c��a|na to a ilough; thenoe wait 2H
cnalnil tht.net- south OO chuinH; thonce
""nt 2K chuina to the point of com-
"I'-neenii'nt.
FRED. OARTON
^k ia l.unal Districl     District ol IJueen Charlolte
Take  notica thai  Frank  LsHrtoV  of Wooilstock,
Ont, uccupaiinn booxkaapar, Intaadi to apply
lor parmlaBOB to purchasa. the lull..wing doscrilieil
lantls: ,     .
Comnnnclna at a poal  plantad about  seven
anil,��� west anil two miles south of the mouth ol
Stanley Creek where it empties Into Nadi'li
Harbor, tiraham Island, thenco HU cliBins soulh,
Ihenn- HO cliains easl, Ihenn' HO chains nnrlh,
thenn- HO chnins wesl to |iiiinl of ctimmenn'niciit
nnd contaning 640 acres more 0LH"u_ ..VU.K
Datnl March 17, Wil. KKANK LhUt.K
Pub. April 7. Numa Daman, AKt-nl
Stikine Lond District  -District ol Cassiar
Take notice llmt Christian A. Ta-rvo ol Slikine
II. C, occupalion customs ollicei, inlaantls to nppiy
fnr permission lo purchuaai tha lollowing tlescrlliisl
"conamencing at a post planled aliniil  f�� jbJJM
north west nl 111)' customs warehouse al  Stikine,
1)    Oa,   thence  west 20  chains,   thence  soulh   2
chains,   thenn-  east  20 chains,   thence   nOTttlI JO
chains to poinl o( commonn'ineiii anil conliiiinn),
���10 ocn'S mon- or less.  .,���.,,.,  .   qannVn
Datnl March ll, 1911, CHIHSTIAN A. TBRVO
Pub   Aprl  7
Skts-na Laml District- Districl ol 0a��iaf
Take  notin' thai   I,  Perry t)i nan pi  1 r'n���
KuiH-rt,  11.  C,  occupaliun prtis|a-cltir,  lnt''"'"  ��
apply  for  |a.rmlssiun  to iiurchase  tba  fnlliiwliig
descrllae al lands: .     aHaatall*
Caimmencing al  a pust planted In On- vie      ���
ol lion,,,  llay,  ibOUt tlirei-a-lghls ill, mile am It
,,( ihu mouih of the Bonania Craak, and natni
,,n the ensierly boundary of llmta��� umit��� wo.
BBtll or Nn. B5M0, thenn' soutli  HI rlialns Jjonl
th elerlv limit "I salil Timber Limit  No. ��� o-��'
air No. BinO 10 chnins, thenn' east to the snori in
(louse llav, a distance of 40 chnina more or MB,
thence northerly along the **__*_*___}__^_l_S-
10 chains more or less, Ihenn. westerly 40 ahalM
more or less to poinl nf cominenn'inenl. nintniniui,
Kill acres mnre ur less. ,,,.,,,,..  mtniT.MAN
Dated March 7, lilll. PBBRl   Ql'KKNAN
I'ub. April 7.
Skn.n�� Land District -Dhlrlel; of tiii.rn PM^
Take nollo- that Calherliie llnrnstin, of I alKnrs,
Alberlii,   occupation   aplnsler.   Inlenila   to   anpiyt
Inr permission to purchase Hie fnlluwing ilesiriniu
"'("���oriimi.ncing at a posl planted aboul ��� Ijj
miles west and hall a mill' soulh from tho null
nf Stanley Creek, whom ll omptlM Into Naoar,
Harbor, Oraham Islantl, thenn- 40 chains nn
Ihenn. 40 chalna a>����t, thenw I" chains n or in,
Ihenw 40 chalna west to pnlnl nl rommencenieiil
anal ninlalnlng 100 acres mnre or less.
Uueen Charlutlc lalamla Uml District    District ul
gltaana Skea-na lj,nal l)lstricl-l>i*lrlrt o( Coast.
Take litiliee lhal I. John McUslal ail \aimiuv��r, I     Take nolice thai  I. John Mllla-r. ai( Vancoaea,
occupaliaiii broker, Inlend to apply lor pent) n ; m\.   ,��aii|.all..n  butcher. Intends lo apply for
lo |iros|��'Ct lor coal ami iielroleum on lhe lollowing , iM.rntls.l.ui to purchasa, Iha,  (,,llt ...,,,   .Icarrllia-d
lescrihasl landa:
Cumnu'iiciiig at a poat I'lantnl nlaiut li.-e milast
norlh anil one mile waast aif tha- maiu-.h o Ihe
l'1-cl Uiver and markisl J. McL, N. K. Corner.
No. 24, Ihenn- saiuth HO rhaina. Ihence weat HO
chains,  thenw  norlh  HO chains,  thenw a-ast   HO
chaiis to point nf comnienwmenl:  nintaining 610 i mi.nt, ennlninltiK r.lti aires more a.r le.i
tjti.s.n Charlolte laalamls Und Diatrict���Dlalrict ol
Skeena
Tak   notice that I. John Mclaeai ol Vanwuver.
occupalion hrailaiT, intend to apply   or [aermlKaioti
In prtstjNTt (air nial and Petroleum    n tho following
daaaribad lamp
i  nn iii-in,: nl a post plantnl alaout eight milaao
aouth anil four waast aif the mouth of TI-.-I Itiver
and ma koal J. Mcl... N. W. Corner. No 7s.iha.nce
_.   aouth  >0 chains,  thenn- east   HO  chaina,  thenco I norlh of the mouth ol t he T -el r ver an    marketl
thetu-e south Ni chain*,  thoaife east an chains, a north HO chains, thenw w sl HO   halna to poi t of ( J.   McL, S.  W. Corner. No. 4. thence north HO
lhonce norlh -st chains,  lit point of   commence-     ommonwment;   wnl ining  till)  acres,  mnre  or | chalna,  thenn- east   HO  chains   thenc snutti
lotidk
c.-atian. aa ���  at n post  plnnta.l  :tli .nt   1 chain
from t.tlt'wiiler  at Ilia- laa-atl of Ln*f.inila> Haa. nital
markisl J.M.'s N.K. t'tiiti'-r. Iheiifewest Hirhnlns,
Quwn Charlnlle Islands I.jh l District���District of
Skeenn
Take luttin'lhal 1. John McU-od of Vancouver,
occupation bniker, intend io apply lair permission
to prospect for coal nnd petroleum nn the followl e
descirlHs! land:
Commencing   al a posi plnntisl ulioul twn miles
a*icritM.tl land:
Commencing al a post planled about eight mtlea
south and tun wesl of lhe moulh of Mel Uiver
and maiktsl J. Mrl... N. \\ . I orner. So 10. thenw
souih Ho ehains ihence eaat su chains, thanea north
Hll chains, Ihence aat'a-: I ��� chain, to point of mm
mereomanti nin'aiiingoi acraa. mora or loaa
Half K. I. It. WU. '"HS   Ml.Kill)
IV    l'eh   -'7. Ct Melt Wall    \ci'"l
LAND I.KASK NOTICE
acrr', niorr or Itiw.
DttM PabaUi wu
ub. Feb. 2H.
1.,
JOHN Mcl.KOD i
ri:tr<-iu-.' Mcl>o��ell, Anunt
l':il.   i Ut Foil. WU
Pub, KpIi.26.
JOHN MILI.KK.        , MtM Fp
OheWM H. Htark. AkphI    Pab F. I��
-'11   11
I c1i:uti .   tlii'ncp  wmt   HO  elm n-   to  pofnt   nf   dun
JOHN  Mcl KOI)    mpnci-mpiii;  cnltlnlnit 64n uen-., nmrt1 nr lw.
(      Mri-u.m li,  ARPHt
Hkppim Land Dtatrtet-Dlitorlttof Oout
Take DOtlM tlmt I. Mn. Jnhn tlnrli-y nf  l*i im*
Datad fwb.\
rub. Kb 27.
ihu.
JOHN HeUCOti
T. K. walMri A��wl
Skivna Land 1'iinct    Dlatrlol of ('ohm
Tain  noUM  thil   Oth   '    Banaon  of   I'rinep
liui'iTt    It.  ('.. nonipaiinn pnwinTinr. itiicml^  ta
Uuevn Charlotle Inlimln Und Din net  -Dlntirct of i   I r 1M,r��� , ,,,,, t.,!,..��*.   h.< Ulowinff dtwerilied
Bkaana Land tHitrtat-platriet of Ooaat        iM Bkaana Quern Chirloih- l��l��n.li�� Und Dintrict���Dtetriet      fPPp torpwintalonl ww rauowinffaaaBnaaa
Take noticv that I, I^-I.p K. Wiilter. nf Vancou-        Ttke nntice that I. John Mci^od of Vanmuvrr. ��� Skwna ,'���������., ..:,,��� ���, ��� ml t.lnni.-.l tiNnii  u nuarter
Kupert. H.C, occupatinn nmrrieil wnnmn. Intandi   ver, ll.C. occupation protpOCtof, Intandi tn np*    occupation broker, intend to apply for permi*ion '     Take nolice thai I.John Mcl-eod of Vancouver.       ' j���"JHJvfiSJL ~\\Z north wari   cornar <>f Qlbwn
tn npply fur permiB-ion to ptirchnne Hip fnllowmit    ply for iicrminidufi to pnrcha-e the following de*.   to prwiMft for cttal and petroleum on he followinR | occupalion bmker, inirml to apply fur perniixumii    "' "."''"   ,,, '    ���   t;i\,M.n i-ian.l   tli.nw inmh IU
dMorlbad landi: erjbad landai daanftadtandii i to prnpiri for coal aad petroleum on UrtfoUowin*  JJjana ��JLJ""JJJ Bo^hflS 'thonea north 10
CommencinK nt a DOtt planted 4't rlwina oast >     tnmmenrlnir at n punt  plantnl and marked U       Commencing at a pmt planted almut *\% milw I described Ian I; ��� *,,"""���   ,!',  '     U1.st   ���>,) ri,..,,-   ,,,  ,���.ini   of com-
m,d 120 chalna anuth from the aouthwrat OOttltrof    K. Yi.'t* S.K.   mrner   and   immediately  ndjolnlntr I .oyth  llt ,|  three milm weot of  lhe mouth of  the        Cnmmcncitijt n   a pot.1 planted nbout two milw |*',".'.'",  '!,',,,���llMy M, H(.r.,u ,.,..ri, ���r |(��*,
lot 17:t;i,t:oftM Dintrict, Kaime 6. thence nuutb ni   pOOt markcl W.A.n N.W. cnrner; tUvr.v- north 40   Tl-el  Itiver and  markinl J.  McL.  N.  K. Corner,   norlh and I ao mile-* we.��(  nf the mmit     of the nwanamwnwinn        iris J    HFNSON
chainn, thanca went BO chainn. thenee anuth 10 No. "fi, thence aouth HO rhaina, thence went HO Tl-el Hiver and marked J. MeL., N. \V. Cnrner,
chainn. thence eant Wi choina. tu puint of cntn- ; ehaina, thence north HO chalna, thence t>ul 80 I No. 27. tlience aouth HO chalna. thence earn BQ
mencentent. cuntiiinintr .Wo neien. inme i��r lena.       i chaina   to   point   of   commencement;    containing | chainn,  ihence north  HO chaina.  thenct*  weal ^80
vhalnr, thpnee eant 40 chaina. thence north BO
choltif. thence went 40 chnina more or MM to the
point of commencement, enntninintt JIlJo acren
inure or leaa.
MHS. JOHN (Lottie! OORLBY
Date Mar. 2". I'.'ll
Pub. Apr. 4. 11*11
DatadSHth March. WI l
Dateil lnt Feb.. HUI
I'ub. Feb. Bft.
LE8LIEB, WALTER,
Charlea H. Allen, A��rent
1 640 arrea,  more or leaa.
Dated Feb. 2:1, Hill.
Pub. Feb. 2f��.
(jueon Charlolle I-landn ijintl Dictrict    DUlrict of
Skeena
Take notice lhat I, John Mcleod of    ancouver,
occupalion broker, Inlend  to apply for permiaaion ��� ICnbad landn:
to pnqMOt lor coal and petroleum on the following
deacribetl landa :
Commencing al a pmt planted aboul four milea
north and one mile eant of the mouth of the Tl-el
Kiver and marked J. McL . N. K. ('orner, Nn fi,
thence aouth KU chaina, thence weat BO chnina,
thence norlh HO chalna, thenct* eaat HO chain* ti
point of eommencemenl; containing 640 acre*,
more or leaa.
Daied Feh. 86, INle JOHN McLKOD
I'ub. Feb. 28. ('larence McDowell, Agenl.
Skeena Laml Diatrict ���Illatrlcl of Caaaiar
Take notice lhat I Boleoffl MrDutiald uf  prince
Hupeii. H.C, orcupntiun lalatrer. intenda to ap
ply for perminninn tn purchaae tin- fullnwinu tie*
JOHN  M'LKOD
Clarance McDowell, Agent
gueen ('harlotte lalanda land Diatrict -Diatrict of
Skeenn
Take notice thai I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, Intend to apply for ftermiaaion
In proapeel for coal and petroleum on lhe following
deacribed lamia:
('ommencing at a pont planted aboul mur n i\<
aouth anil Iwo mtlea weat nf thu mouth of the
Tl-el Uiver and mnrked    J. Mc.L. N. K. Corner.
Queen Charlotte Inlandn Land D ntrict -Dialrici of
Skia-na
Take notice thai I, John Mcl-eod of Vancouver,
occupation  bmker, Intend lo apply Inr permiaaion
,   i lo pronpect for coal and petroleum on the following
( uinmenciiiK nt n pnnt  planted  three ami  nm    . ij,��,Vriiie��l landa'
h��f mllat In an ennterly direction from thp puint ,     r���mm*,nc|n((*Bt a ,MM| planted alt milea aouth
un Nana Itiver where the Lava Lake  trail   bOfflhl ( ^  xhfpp mtfm  wni ,,,  thp  mo)lth  ���f  tlll.  fLi
and une mile in n iimiherly dlrectmn frnrn the    |ljv(ir nM(, mMkw| j. McL, S. K. Corner, No. 7r>,
thence  north  HO  ehainn,  thence  weat   HO  chalna,
aaid I uva Lake trail, thenee nnrth HO chainn.
thence went Nt chnina, thence nnuth HO chalna,
thence eant chnina t<> point af commencement.
contnininK i>in ncrea.
Date Feb. B. IUll. BOLCOM M. DONALD
Pub. Mar. III. Juneph Helwny, AKent
Skeenn Land Diatriet-Dlalrict nf C��anlar
Taki- nntice that I Charlea Mori la of Prince RU"
pert. H.C, uccupulinn   lnlmrer,   fnlendu  In apply
Por permtnniin In purchaae the fullnwinir  deacrilied landn
CnininencinK al a punl plnnletl Ihree and nne-
half milen in an eantet ly diiectinn fiuin the pninl
un Naaa Itiver where the Lnva Lal.e trail Marfni
and une mile In n tmrlherly direction frnrn lhe
hence aouth HU chalna, tlience eoat HU chainn to
point ol commencement; containing 010 ncrea.
more or leaa.
Dated Feb. 2.1, 1911. JtHIN  M'LKOD
Pub. Feb. 25. Clarneo McDowell, Agent
ii ii Charlotto lalanda Uml Diatrict���Diatrict of
Ski-ena
Take notice that I, Jnhn McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for permimion
to |ir->-.(M-i-t fur coal and iwtruleum on the following
doacribed land:
Commencing al a punl plan ed eight milea aouth
���nd tWO went ol lho nmuth id the Tl-el Uiver and
marked J. McL., S. K. C rner No. 42. ihence
north  HO  chaina,  Ihence wont  HO chainn,  ihence
chainn to point of commoncement; containing 6in
acrea, more or leaa ,,,,,**  ,, , mnr.
Datnl Fin.85. l'Jll. *U>MN  McLKOD
Pub. Feh. 27. T. K. Walter. Agent
gueen Charlolte lalnmla Und Dintrict-  Diatrictol
Skeenn
Take notice that I  John MoLood of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to npply lor porniMon
KOKKSHOKK I.KASK NOTICK
('oust Land District   Diatrict of Skoona
Take notice that I, Paul BrendUr, of
tn pronpect for coal and petroleum on the following    |'ori.|���.r Inland,    OCCUpBtlOn  farmer, In*
"SmmmM^atapoatpteBtMlAbottttwon^M   tend to apply for  Mrmilllotl to  k-ase
north nnd two milea went of the mouth of tm   tin- (olluwin^ foroRnort".   Commencing
Kiv. r nnd marked J. McL.. S. \\ . torm-r. No .26    ,lt n pgjl  pUintPil ftbOUt 12 foot from the
thenre  norlh  HU cluuna,  thence enat  HO  chaina,    .   ������-!   .   , '    .     * ,���.   ,,,,����     .   i������� .i    ��� t���
thenc nouth HU chnina, ther.ce went HO chnina to   location poll of lot   1801 On POtChar U-
pount nl commencement;   containing 640 ncrea,   laml,   tlience   ill   a   HoUthtTiy   direction
more or leaa. I following   \\\��\\ water mark 1200   t*t\*X\
T.K.WaUor. Agent . thence west to low water mark; thencc
northerly   following  low  water  mark
Quoen Chnrlotte Ialunda Land Diatrtct���Diatrict ol , 1200 feot; thence east  to point of com-
sk,H'nB mencement.
Dated Feb, 25, 1911
Pub. F��b. 27.
No. 7-1, thence aouthl  0 chnina, thenee went   M|*W   ���������*������*  Lake ti nil.  thenee nnulh m chninn.
chnina    thence  north 1  0   chnina,  thonce eant   HO ! thence enat  ho onalMi  Ihence north Wi clminn, j aouth HO chaina.  thonce eaal HU chalna to polnl
- ! thenre weat HO chafim tn point of cnminencernent.    of commencement;   containing 640 acroa, mon1 Of
cot-,tainlnK 640 aerea. lean.
Data I eh. .i. 1911, CHARLBfl MORRM   Dntel F. b. 64, 19U. JOHN  McLKOD
ub. Mnr. 10, Joaeph Helwny. Aitenl    pub. Feb. 27. C. McDowell, Agent
chninn to point of commoncemont;   oontalnlng UM)   thenre jmtSOehalni tn pnlnt nf cnminencernent
MTM, mnre or [M
Dnlod Fob. 22. 11H1.
Pub. Feb. 24.
JOHN McLF.OD
("liiriinre McDowell, Agent
(Jueon Charlotto Inlnnda Und Dintrict -Diatriet ol
Bkaana
Take notice that I, John McLeod of Vnncouver,
occupation bmker, Intend lo apply for |iermlnalon
tn prospect, for coal and potroloum on the following    denrrlliod Inudn
Skeena Lnnd DlltHol    Diatrict of Unnninr
Tnkenntire thai I.  Jnhn  McDonald of  Prinn-
Ktipcrt. *-.C. occupation hotalkaapor( inienda to
ttppi) fm pertninalon   tO  ptirchnne  the   folluwlnK
Take notico that I, John McLeod of Vnncouver,
occupntion broker. Intend to apply for pertnuwlou
to pri,- pert for conl and itetrolnurn on tbe lollowing
doacribed land:
Cummi>ncing at a poat plnn'ed about twn mtlnf
north and two mllea weat of Uu mouth ot the ���
Tl-el River and marked J McL. N. W. Corner, ,
No. 51, thonco aouth HU halna, (hence WMl HU '
chalna, thenc.- north HO chalna, thence eaat HO
chalna to point ol commencement containing
640 acrea, mor�� or lean.
Dated Feb. 25. 1911. JOHN  McLKOD
Puh. Fob. 27. T. K. Walter, Agont
PAUL BRENDLBR.
Dated March7, VM\.
F1f6t insertion Marcli 11
LAND   l'UttCHASE NOTU'K
Cueen Charlotte lalanda Land Diatrict -Diatrict ot   Queon Chnrlotte IaUnda I .nnd Diatriet��� Diatrlc  ��t
li��� rnlieil landa'.
j Com me clng nt a poat iilnnted about four mllim
north und one n lie eaat of the mmtf h of the Tl-el
Hiver nnd marked J. McL., S. ED, (Corner, No. 0U
thenco north HO chalna, thoneo went HU chat ���
thenre aouth Hii chaina, thenco enat HU chninn
point  of  commencement;   contuining  (140  ner a,
OotnmonclnH nl n potl plnnted  three nnd  one- I dcncril>cd land
Skwna
Tako notici' thai I, John MflLlOd ol Vnncouver,
eCUpattoP broker, intend to apply fo |H<rmlaalon
to pronpect tor coal and petroloum on the following
half mllea in an easterly diteclinn fmni the pnint
nn Nana lli\er where the Lnvn Luke trail  btlHni
and um* mih* lu u northerly direction from the
anid Lava Luke trail, thence nuuth eighty chainn,
thenre went *Mt chninn, tbence noith HU chnina,
thenee enat BO chnina to point nf commencement.
Commencing nt a pont plnnted eight milea anuth
nnd two weat of the mouth of Tl-ol Hiver nnd
nmrked .1. McL., N. W. Corner, No. 41, thence
noulh HO chnina, thonco weat HO chalna, thonce
norlh KU chalna, thenct* eaal HO chalna to point
nf commeneement;   containing 640 aerea, mora or
Skoena Land Diatriet��� Diatrict ol Count lUnge ft
Tnke notice that Mary Hell Iteuton of Vancou
ver, H. ('., occupntion nplunicr, Intenda lo npply
for ivrmlnnlnn to purchaae tho following deacril>ed
landai
('ommencinK ut a Mat planteil nt the north
euat 0Ofnef of Lot 8060, thonce about BO chnina
north to Lot 172:i, thence HU chnina went t. Lot
BBSS, thence about B0 chalna nouth to Lol B0B1,
mnrked J. McL., S. W. Cornnr, No. 80( thonce thence |Q chaina euat. thence 20 chnina aoulh to
north 80 chnina thonco enat HU chnina, thence I��o1 6H2. thonce "JO chnina enat, thence JO chuina
aout HU chaina, thonce wont M0 chaina to point of north, thonce 20 chalna eaal lo point of eom-
commencement;    contnining  640  acren,   more  or | mencement; contnining 2h0 acrea more or lea
Skeenn
Tnko notice that 1, John MeLftOd of Vnncouvor
occupntion broker, Intend to npply for pcrnilaaion
to proapect lor conl and peiroleutn on the following
described land:
Commencing at a poat planted eight mile-* aoulh
and   wo weal of the mouth of Tl-el  Hiver nnd TW
*m  UU PI. HT   uriiAnsT
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Saturday, Apkil 15
The Big Furniture  Store
are compiling a new catalogue
"Made in Prince Rupert"
This catalogue will contain a partial
list of goods in stock and will contain
special offerings in leading lines which
are being marked at prices that will
command Immediate sale.
MUSINGS
BY MACK=
THE GROWTH OF THE OPTIMIST
During the past week the Optimist has received many expressions
of^congratulation at its altered appearance, and tlie improvements
in   tlie news-service of  the paper which   the change  permits.    Tin'
verbal congratulations have lieen very effectively backed by an unso-|
lid ted increase of iwo hundred in our local circulation.
Our news columns during the week announced among other things
the following exclusive news stories: ihe proposal to construct a branch
line iu Manitoba to connect with the G. T. I'., the construction ol
immigrtttion buildings near the wharf; the intention of the Harriman
���lines to develop the coast tourist trade; lhe granting of the long-sought
license to the Kaien Island Club; the comparison of the customs'
receipts showing lhe increase of trade lo the port; and the impending
visit of .Mr. Hamar Greenwood) the British M. I'. These were all
stories of considerable news value and calculated to stir up an interest
in Prince Kupert.
Among the other immediate alterations contemplated in the
Optimist is one to change ils name. As with some of the pet names
bestowed by thoughtless parents on their progeny, lhe name excellently suited lo Childhood is not well suited lo a mature! period nl
life. .More fatal even was the impression the name sometimes ga\ e
abroad that the paper was one committed to a policy of "boosting''
I'rince Rupert, without regard to other considerations. Some plainer
and more conservative title will be selected now il has "grown big."
The name "The News" has met with favor as the best BUggested title
to denote lhe paper's policy, which is lo be a disseminator of news
reliable, authenticated, and pertinent news���without regard to any
Bpecial interests.
The I'rince Rupert < iptimisi was the first to choose that name
a year ago. It has been copied by three new publications since. Bui
despite even lh.it .-incerest of compliment it has been thought best
to make a change. We make this intimation in the certain knowledge
that a chorus of protest will be raised.
Utile's NEWS Agency
Magazines :: Periodicals :: Newspaperi
CIGARS   "   TOBACCOS  ::   FRUITF
G.T.P. WHARF
Abuse for aldermen is easy to
lind. A use for them is a different matter. Funny, isn't it,
lhat one small letter should make
all the difference between a popular pastime in I'rince Rupert and
a downright bruin-testing perplexity?
*./.T-'
1 ROCHESTER tx
���jr.���:**��� Monroe.
^Lapysmith
JKvHCoal,
\^ Phone ns
Still uses do crop up now and
then for aldermen. Only the
other day I discovered one, and
the alderman exemplifying it was
doing single-handed a greater service to the city in the odd hall
hour it was taking him than he
could have done in an all-night
session of the Municipal Star
Chamber,
MOORE LIGHT J MUSSALLEM & COMPANY
. i_a.. *u���a  la;....i..   il,., Kaiia I   7      ��!���'' ,0:*...    1A~.-_*
The Light that Rivals the Sun.
Local business men recommend it.
This well-known gasoline light is soldi
exclusively by
A. T. PARKIN & CO.
FOR   SALE
S.-allaan   1,   Lot   21.   Hlaaek   M.
Section 6. Lot :i. Bliwli la.
.Good   Fresh   Groceries  at   City Pricey...
WE HAVE JUST RECBIVEDASHIP:
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liNn.TKVTIIK,M^SAVI-:MONM
, _    , c   c    7 and   8-We deliver  promptly,
��   '^r^rr'^eXL'o he beaten in the city   :   :
in L-ooda are lroi.li, ***  I" **���*������
our Koods nre
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MUSSALLEM & CO. **_
eul ol HcKrid-
New
Knox
Hotel
AKTAUI)  &   BESNER,  PROPRIETORS
Tha Naif Knox Hotel is mri on tho European
plun. Fim-rliws lervfoe. AH the L-\tjmt\ Modern
Impruvenirntn. -:-:��� BEDS B0e IM*
FIRST AVENUE. I'RINCE RUPERT
FREE
EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE'    :      :
THE MAIL ORDER HABIT
The story of lhe young ni.in who offered to die for his sweetheart.
but declined to give up smoking for her .-ake, is typical of a good many
citizens of Prince Rupert They are proud of the cily, ready to make
all kinds of sacrilico to sec- it grow- and then when they have a few
dollars to spend, send them to enrich the big mail-order houses in
Winnipeg and Toronto.
This is not merely a form ol civic disloyally; il is economic foolishness. Even in those occasional baited bargains where lhe required
goods could not be purchased in town for the Winnipeg prices, plus
carriage, the policy is economically unwise. For when the dollars
arc spent in Winnipeg or the Eut, ihey never come back. When they
are spent in Prince Rupert, indirectly but surely they tiller round
among the people and help lhe general prosperity.
If the money goes to Winnipeg, it helps to build up Winnipeg-
for cities live and thrive on business.    If the money is spent in Prince
Rupert it helps to develop I'rince Rupert.   The amount of monej
which has gone OUI of I'rince Rupert during lhe last Iwo months would
have s|x-lt prosperity to many "I niir local merchants.
It is a patriotic duty, as well as a piece of economic wisdom to give
the local merchants thc first chance to handle your business, no matter
how small.
For all kinds of help, cooks,
waiters, dishwashers, hotel |ior-
ters, all kinds of laborers or mechanics, call up
Phone No. 178
or call at the
Giand Hotel Free Employment  Ollice
Headquarters fo-cooks ,v waiters
He wits taking his son and heii
out for a little sun and air in the
family four-wheeler, and it  was
hard to say which of the two
looked the belter or happier.
Probably the odds were in favor
nl ihe son because he had never
had the misfortune to be an
alderman himself and wasn't old
enough yet to appreciate the sad
fact ihat there was an alderman
in his family. Sonic fateful da\
he will learn ihe terrible truth.
Meantime he is blue-eyed, rosy,
and bonnie, and the dread da>
is still distant. And meanwhile
loo. with his otherwise excellent,
.illhough alas, aldermanie papa, he
is helping to prove by his thriving
babyhood that Prince kupert is
one of the healthiest cities in the
world.
He is one of the little tilings
ihat count in the gradually growing prosperity of Prince Kupert.
And he has to perfection that
refreshing virtue rarest of all in
aldermen, of not knowing how
important he is.
H. F. McRAE & CO.
FINANCIAL
AGENTS
Second AvrnDf, Near McBride.
Appointments by Phone 205
Consult ui before investing.    We have thra-e years' experience of
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$1500 Cash
will put you in the very
centre of business section
**A**m**mt****v*****
The
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER
C. A. Handasyde,  Jr.
Dealer, Prince Rupert
Brin
Furniture
Coys
ASSIGNMENT
Sale
Is Still Going on
NO REASONABLE
OFFER REFUSED
IN THE
Pool Block,    3rd Ave.
Between 7th and 8th
C. B. Lockhart, Assignee
^\ little goes a long way. Aud
often does a whole lot of good, loo.
That's a platitude merely. Hut
when A. Little loads himself down
~+ with magazines and newspape
and pikes off surreptitiously with
them l>y devious bypaths to hand
t li tin in at the Hospital lo help
pass ihe long hours for patients
there, then A. Little nol onl\
goes a long way, but proves lhat
A. Little can lie simply great.
MACK
R. G. Hulbert, Vancouver, B.C.!
n, a d-311
Miss   Henny   Wennersten
Scientific Electric Facial Manage
Electric Treatment! a Specialty
-CITY .PRICES
Room. No. 4,   Exchange Block
Georgetown
Sawmill Co. Ltd.
Lumber
and
Mouldings
The Christiansen-Brandt Co.
Real Estate and Insurance
We have some good buys in City Pn>i>erty.
Our Farm Lands proposition along the G. T. P. are worth
investigating.
Come and see us or write us before buying elsewhere.
-fe^^O^
A lam stock of dry linish-
ing  lumlii-r on   hand.      Boat
lumber a specialty.    Delivery
made at short notice.
Our prices an- as low as any.
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Lots  27 42-43
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Phone No. 200
P. O. Uox 580
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COAL NOTICE
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
riuefitl Churlotte Islands Land Dintrict���District of
' Skuena
Tuke notico thut I, John McLood of Vancouver,
tflOUDBtlon hroker, intend to apply for permission
in prospect for conl und petroleum on tho following
ilJcrlbed hinds:
Commonolns ttl ll i),wl Planted about three mllee
,),,.[ ()f the mouth of tho Tl-el Uiver murked
I MeL. N. K- Cornori No. 70, thenco aouth SO
chains thonoe WMt bU chums, thonco north SO
cliains' t hence oust  HO  chnins  to  point of  com-
 noamentl  contuininK (HO acren, more or loiw.
nfltodFeb.21, 1911. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Keh. 88, Clurence McDowoll, Agent
Outen Charlotte Islunds Land District    District ol
Skeenu
Tuke notice tlmt 1, John McLood of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply Tor permissiun ,
���Q i roipeot for coal and potroloum on the following
doacribed hinds:
Commencing at a posi planted three miles west
,,f tho mouth of the Tl el Uiver aud marked J.
MoLi B. '''��� Corner, No. 2., thence north HO
Chainii thence west U0 Ohains, thenee south HO
chuinfi thence east HU chains to point of com-
mencomenti contuining 640 acres, more or letw.
Dated Feb, 21, 1911. JOHN McLKOD
Pub, Feb. 88. Clarence McDowell, Agent
Uueen Clmrlotte Inland.. I.und District -Districtof
Skeenu
Tuke notice that I, John McLeod of Vuncouver.
oecupatlon hroker, intend to apply for permission
to prospect for coal aud petroleum on the followinK
landa:
Commencing at a poat planted about two miles
wost ��f the mouth oi the Tl-el Uiver and marked
I McL S. K* Cornor, No. fill, thence north KO
chalna* thenco west 80 chains, thenee south HO
ChclnSi thenoe east SO chains to point of commencement; containinK 840 acres, more or leas*
Dated Keh, 91, 1911. JOHN M'LKOD
Pub, Keb. 211. Clarenco McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islanda Land District���District of
Skeenu
Take notice that 1. John McLeod ofVaneouver !
occupation broker, intend to apply for permission
to proeepot for coal and petroleum on the following
doscribed lunds:
Commencing ut a pust plantetl about two miles
���OUth and two miles west of the mouth of tho
Tl-el Uiver and marked J. McL. S. K. Corner,
No. 71, thence north HO chains, thence west 80
cbalna, tlience aouth 80 chains, thenw oast HO
chains to point of commencement; containinK ,; ���"
teres, more or less.
Dated Keh. 22, 1911 JOHN McLKOD
[Mb, Keh. VA. Leslie K. Walter, Agont
Queen Charlotte Islanda ljind Dwtrict -District of
Skeena
Take notico thut I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to upply for permission
to proapeet for coul und petroleum tin the followinK
doacribed lands:
Commeneing at u post planted about four miles
nouth nnd three milea west of the mouth of the
Tl-el Uiver und murked J. Mc.L. S. K. Corner, ,
No. 7:t, thenco north 80 chuins, ihence west HO
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence east HO
Chains te point uf cotmn en cement; contuining
B4Q acres, more or less.
Dnted Keh. 99, 19U. JOHN McLKOD
Tub. Keb. 94. Clarenco McDowell, Agent
Skeona Land District -Disttlct of Cuaslar
Take notloe that l Joseph Belway of vanoouver
B.C., occupation prospector, intends to upply for
permission to purchase tho following doscribed
lauds:     *
Commoncing nt u post planted t wo und one-half
miles in un ousierly direction from the point uu
Nuuk Kiver where the L.ivti Luke trail begllil,
thenee   wesl  HO  ehu.ns,   llience  south  SU chnins,
thenco eaat, 80 ohuliia, thonoe north mi chalna t
puint oi  t imiiieneeiuent, oontalnlng ii-hi  acres
Hate Feb. a,'1911 JOSEPH BELWAY
I'uh. Mur. Ul
Skeenn Lund District���District of Gaulnr
Tako notion that I Arthur Jame* Welsh of Vuncnuver. uooupatton broker. Intendi to apply fm*
permiaaion to purchuse the followini deaorlbid
lunds:
Cojntnenolng at a poat planted three and inn-
half miles in an easterly direction from the point
on NailS Uiver where the Lava Luke trail e.mi-
moncea near the traiii thence oust eh Ity chalna,
theneo s (Uth 80 chains thenc wost **0 cl., ��� a,
thenee north Hii chains to p tint of com- oncenu ut
contain Ing B4(i ucres mun' or lesi
Data Keh. 8, liill AUTHUi: JAMES WKI.cn
['oh Mur. 10 Juaoph Belway, Agent
Water Notice
Btream or
description
Bkeena Land District-District of Coast Kango 6
Take notice tlmt Mary Muriign-t U1I1U of Victoriu, li. c, occupution housekeeper. l.iUnda to
apply for permiasion to purchase the fullowing
described lunds:
CommencinK ut a post planted ut the north eant
corner of Lot :I987, thenco 20 chuins west, thonco
20 chains south, thonco 20 chuins west to T. L.
82597, thonco about HO chains north tu Lakelae
Hiver. thonce meandering said rivor up streum in
u southeasterly direction to Lakelse Lake, thonco
meandering said lako to pnint of commencement
containing  1(30 acres, more or less.
Post marked M. M. ii., N. K. Corner.
Dated Keh. 14, 1911.
Pub, March 4.
MAHY  MA1UJAUKT GILLIS
Skena Land District���DUtrict of Coaat Kang 6
Take notice that Henjamin Huessl Hice of
Prince Unpen, It. C., occupation waiter, intends
to apply for permission to purchaae the following
descrihed lands:
CommencinK at a post planted t>5 chains south
from the south east cornor of Lot 3000, thencu 70
chuins weat, thence 65 chaina north, thence 70
chains east, thunce 66 chains south to point of
commencement, containing -155 acres, moro or
less Post market! B. It. H., S. K. Cor.
Dated Keh. 13, 1911.
Pub. March 4. BENJAMIN UUSSKL RICE
Skeenu I .an.I District -District uf Coaat Itangn 5
Tuke notice that David McLennan of I'rinco
Rupert, H. Oa, occupation clerk, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following doscribed
lantls:
Commencing ut a post planted 10 chains sm\th
from the south west corner of Lot 994, thenc* 40
chuins east, thence 40 chains north, thence 40
chuins west, thenoe It) chains south to (mint of
commencement;    containinK   lt��0  acres,   moro  or
less.  Post markad D. M.. s. w. Cor
Datad Kob. 13, IB 11 DAVID McLKNNAN
Puh. March 4.
Queen Charlotte Islands Land Diatrict ���I) strict ol
Skeena
Tuke notice that 1, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, inteml lo apply for pe.mission
tu proapeel lor coul un i petroleum on the f�� Uowing
described lund:
Commencini at a i ost plant d aboul Ight milei
���OUth und tour west of the mouth of Tl-el Hivur
and murk d J. McL., N* E. Corner, >u. 79, thence
VV, B0 chains, r ence aouth 80 chains, thenee north
SU chains, thence east SO chains to point of com-
tni'iicenvnt: containing titO acres, ������ ore or les...
Deted Keh 24. 1911, JOHN McLKOD
pub, Keh. 27. C McDowell. Agont j
Queea Charlotte Islands l-and District -Distrct of
Skeenu
Tuke notice that I, John McU*>d uf Vu rfiver,
occupution hroker, intend to apply for pentm-den
to proapeet for coal and petroleum on the foUowing
deseribad lands:
Commeneing at u post plantnl about three
mile* north and one mile west of the 11101;;. 1 ul the
TU'I Uiver and marked J. MeL., S. \V. Corner,
No. 18, thenee north 80 chuins, 1 hence east B0
chains,  thence south  80 chains,  thence west   80
chalna to polnl of eommenonnentj containing mo
screa, more or let*
Dated Feb. 28 1911 JOHN UeLBOD
I'ub. Keb. 28. Clarenee McDowell. Agent
*,'���;..���', Churlotte lalamla I .and District - District of
Bkaana
Take notice that I, John McLeod of Vancouver.
occuputiun hroker, intend to apply for permission
to proapeet fur coul and petroleum on the following
descnl>ed lund:
Commencing ut a post plunted uhout eight
milen north und three miles west ul the muuth of
the Tl-el Uiver and marked J. McL.. S.W. Corner.
Nu til, tlience north 80 chuins, thence eust 80
chains, thenco south 80 chains, thenw west 80
cliuins to point of commencement: containing
tilt) acres, more or laaa.
Dated Keb. 28, 1911. JOHN  McLKOD
Pub  March 8. Clarence McDowell, Agent
tjutwn Charlotte Islands ljind District���District of
Skeena
lake notice that I, John Mcl-eod of Vancouver,
occupation hroker, Intend to appljfor permlalon
to prospect fur eoul and petroleum on the following
dMeribed lund:
Cnmmencing at a post plantetl uliout nine milea
'���orth and three mile:- west of the mouth ol the
Tl-el River and marked J. McL., S. \V. Corner,
No. 62, thence north 80 chains, thenre east 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence WMt 8u
chains tu puint ol commencement; containing
tilO acres, mon' or less.
Dated Feb. 28. 1911. JOHN McLKOD
I'uh. March 3. C. McDowell, Agent
QOeaa Chariotta Islands Land District���District of
Skeena
Take notice that 1, John UeLood of Vuncouver,
occupation hroker, Intend to apply lor permission !
to i-��� n )>. ct fur cual and petroleum on the following
daeeribed land:
Cummencing at a post plantetl anout nine mllea \
north antl three miles west of the mouth of the
Tl-el Uiver and marked J. McL., S. K. Cornor, j
N". 03, thenw north 80 chains, thence west 80 i
chuins, id. nr.' aouth 80 cha ns, thonce cast 80
chains to point of commencement; containing :
���ill) acres, more or lesa.
Dated Keb. 28. 1911. JOHN  McLKOD |
I'uh. March 3. Clarence McDowell, Agent
Skeenu Land District���District of Coast Range 6
Take notice thut Alexander Beaton of Vancouver, B. Q*i occupution car|>onter, Intends to apply
for permission to purchase the fullowing described
lands:
Commoncing at a post planted 80 chains south
from tht south west cornor of Lot 3065. Poat
marked A. B., N. W. Corner, thoneo 30 chalna
aouth, thence 80 chains east, thencc 30 chaina
north, thonce 80 chains west to point ol commencement; containing 200 acres, more or leaa.
Dated Keb. 18, 1911. ALEXANDER BEATON
Pub. March 4.
Skeenn Land Distriet-District of Cassiar
Take notiee thnt I Andrew Cnnimings of Vnn-
i couver. B.C.. occupation  nook,  intenda to apply
: fur permission to purehas.' the followinK deacrib-
I ttl lauds:
I   Commencing at a poet planted.three and one*
. half miles in an easterly direction from the point
1 on Naas Itiver where the Lnva Lake trail beuii,*-
I near the trail, thenee west BO chairs, ihence eouth
g0 chains, thence east SO chains, thence north H)
* chains to point of commeneement. contnininK 510
I ncres.
Dale Keh. 3. 1**11.
Puh. Mar. 10.
Notico is hereby given that an application will ho made under Hart V. of
the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
license In the Skoena Division of
Skoona Distriet.
(a) The name, address and occupation
of the applicant ia S. K. McClinton,
Estate agent, Vancouver, H.C.
(If for mining pifrposes)  Free  Miner's certificate No	
(b) Tho name of the lake
source   (if  unnamed  th'
is) Kitsumkalum River,
(c) The point of diversion is near the
intersection of the cast boundary of
lot 1405.
(d) The quantity of water applied for
(in cubic feet per second) is 140.
(e) The character of the proposed
works is a general plant for the pro-
ductlon of heat, light and power, and
the  manufacturing of wood   pulp.
lumbers and Umbers generally!
(f) The premises on which  the  water
is to bo used (describe same} Mill site
ahout  B-4   of  a   mile   below  intake;
wood, frame and  concrete   buildings
in addition to the  masonry, dams,
flumes antl penstocks necessary,
(tf)    The purposes for which the water
ia to be used is power development
(h)    If for Irrigation, describe the land
Intended  to   be   Irrigated,   giving
acreage	
(i) If the water is to be used for power or mining purposes, describe the
place where the water is to be returned to some natural channel, antl
the difference in altitude between
point of diversion and point of return.
Power plant about 8-4 of a mile down
stream from the intake.    Difference
in altitude 80 feet.
(j) Area of Crown land intended to be
occupied bv the proposed works is
100 acres.
(k) This notice was posted on the 6th
dav of March, 1911, and application
will be made to the Commissioner on
the 25th day of April, lilll.
(I) Give the names ami addresses of
any riparian proprietors or licensees
who or whose lands are likely to be
affected by the proposed works.either
above or below the outlet.    None.
S. K. McCLINTON,
.lames Cross, Agent.
P.O. Box 885, Prince Rupert, B.C.
NoTK    One cubic foot per  second   is
equivalent to 86.71 miner s inches.
Pub. March 16. 1911.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
BkMM Kami Diatrict -Dlstricl ol Coiul Uange 6
Take  notice lhat   William   Franklin  Carpenter
ot Prince Kupert, It. c, oeoupattou roitaurant
keeper, intenda to apply for per.nissioti iu purchase
thu followinK described land  :
Commencing at a post planteil at tliQ aouth oust
comer of surveyed Lot 1T1-, thenr HO chaina
douth   thonH ahout 80 chains weal t.i |,ut 2lii.ll,
ihenee 'Jo ehelna north, thence   16 chnina west
tlience uboul 86 chaina north LO Lot   IOCS, ihence
about ;to ohalm eaol to louth oaii curner of l.ot
8068, thenee ahflUl  85 chains norlh lo \.<t\   1711,
thence uhoilt 66 Ohoitll east In poinl nf en iwnence*
int'iii    I'nni.ii: nu1. ISU acres, more or Ion,
Dated Keh. 16, 11)11.
I'uh March -1.
WILLIAM FRANKLIN CARPENTER
Skeenu Land Dwtrict ���-District ol Coaal   '.lunge 6
'I'ako notice that I ieorge Lovtolt of PrlnQu  Kupurt
1). Cm oooupatton clerk,    lnt ndi   i" applj  for
permliiton t<> purchase tho foUowlnu Jmorlbod
lands:
Commencing at n poat pliniod on -*\i iro of
Lakelet Lake about fin ohalm north ea i from outlet
of aaid liiki- il.nkelsn Itiver, thencu % i ohalm
north, thonoo about (io ohalni eati tu Lakelae
Lake, tlience meandering! said lake li iv In u er
urly diiei'tiou to point of OOtnmtnoatnaitl containing 80 acres, mora.ur Ion*.   Poal i iatl.ed li. L.
s. w. Corner.
Dated K��h. 11, 1911. GEORGE LEV1CK
Puh. March 1.
Skeenu Land Dlltriet*-District of t't..i>t [Unga?6
Tako notico Ihut Annus Beaton ol I'm. ���, Kujiort,
H. ('., uccupation miner, Intends to ipj.lj for permission lo purchuse tho followina descrilied lunda:
CommencinK at a poat planted w- ihe sooth
eust corner uf Lot 8987| thence 10 chains went,
ihence 10 cimins south, them-.' tboul 60 chuina
oast to Lnkelse Luke, tln-nce ni.andenm' said lake
Hhore in en northerly direction to point of commencement; cuntaininK 170 acres, mure ur less.
Poat marked A. li.. N*. \\. Corner.
Datod Keh. II, DHL ANGUS HKATON
Puh. Murch I.
Skeena Land District���Districl of Coasi Ranp V
Take notice that Juck Bedford of Keinhley,
Yorkshire, Knyland, occupat mn ovir-looker, intends tu apply for permi^mii i<�� purchase the
fulluwiiiK described  lunda:
CoQUnnelni at a post plant.**\ at a point in lhe
easterly huuiulary of timlier limit 38389 und in
the southerly limit of lot 8989, Etange 6( Coaat
Diatrict, whan the suid Ibnlta Interaoett thence
ulunt; the southerly limit of lot ;i;i,v�� nfuresuid
nnd the projection thereof In an eaaterly direction
,S0 chuins more or h-ss to the weetorfy limit ol
timber limit BS601, thence in a -outherly direction
along the luat mentioned limit 11 chuins mun'
or lews io the northerly limit ol umber Until 86776,
thene.   m a westerly din'dion alon| the lust tnen-
Uonad limit 80 chnins tnore ��.r laaa to ihe easterly
limit of timber limit 38889, thence in u northerly
direcliun 11 chuins mure or laaa to the point of
commencement.
DutedMurch K, lull. JACK BEDFORD
Pub. Murch
Skeena ljind District    Districl of Count  Itange V
Take  nutice  thut  Charlm   I'.  Ottaf  of  I'rince
Kupert,  11,  C,  occupation  sur\eynr,  intends to
Hpply   for   \-> nm -    iu  purchuse  the  following
descrihml lunds:
I'ommencinK ut a post plunted at the north east
corner uf surveyed lol UltHI, lUnge ft, Coust Dit*
trict, thenct* In un eusterly directum along the
southerly limit uf summed lot 8991 und the projection thereof iu chuins tu u point, thence suuth
parallel to the easterly limit  ..|  -urveyed lot  \\\\,*.\
af.in--an| no chaina m  ur less tu the northerly
limit of a tmib.T limit (No. IliMvl). thence west
40 chains mon( or leas tn a point In thi- pruectiut.
���uutherly   uf   the   eiuterly   limit   uf   aurveyed   lot
COAL   NOTICK
COAL NOTICK
Queen Charlotte 'slunds Laml District -District 01    QU^an Charlutte lalanda Land DlatrlOl     Dim rict oi
Skeena Skeena
I'uke notiee iliut I, John McLeod of Vuncouver, Tuke notice that 1, John McLeod of Vanoouv ir
iceupuiion broker, intend tu upply for permiasion , occupution broker, intend to apply fur permlaatun
to prospect for coul and petroleum on the fullowing ' to prospect for coul uml petroleuni mi the [oUowlng
ilescribed lunds: i deacribed lunda:
Commencing ul u poat plunted ut the mouth of ! Commencing ut a post pluni.d about two mtloi
the Tl-el Uiver and nuirkud J. McL. N. K. Cor I BOUth ami two miles we*t of the mouth uf the
tier, No. :I0, thence south 80 chuina, thunce weat | Tl-e| Itiver und marked J.    Mo.L. N. E. I arner,
80 cluiius, thence nurth Sii chuins, thence eaat :**
chuiii.. .0 point of commencement; containing ti-iu
ucres, more or leaa.
Dated Feb.81, IUll 'JOHN MeLEOD
I'uh  Teh. 88, Loalle E, Walter, Agent
Quoen Charlolle lalanda Land Diatrict-Dlatrict ol
Skuena
Tuke notice thut 1, John Mcl-cod of Vancouver,
occupution broker, intend tu upply fur penni-sion
lu prospect for coul und pelroleum uu the following
described lauds:
Commonolns ul u pout planted about twu miles
west of the moulh of the Tl-el Uiver und murked
J . McL. N. tt. Corner, Nn. 2\t, thence uuulh SO
chuins, thence eust HO chuina, thence north Hii
ehaina, thence west no chnina tu puint uf commencement; contuining 040 ucrea, more or lesa.
Duted Feb. 81, 1811 JOHN McLKOL
Pub, Keh. 2H. Cltronoa McDowell, Agent
Quaan Charlotte Island.-. Lund District - District of
Skeenu
Tuke nolice thut 1, John MeLeod uf Vancouver,
occuputiun broker, intend to upply for permission
to proapOOt (or cuul und petroleum on the folluwing
described lunds:
Commonolns ut a J,0Hl plunted ubout two miles
wesl uf tha mouth of thu Tl-ol Uiver und murked
J. MeL. N. E* Curner, No. 49, thenco aouth bit
chuins, thenee west no chuins, thence north HO
chuins, thenw ensl NO chuins lo point of commencement; continuing C<tO ucrea, mure or less.
Duled Feb, 81, 1011 JOHN McLOKD
Pub. Feb. 23. Clarence McDowell, Agent
Quaan charlotte isiumis Land Dtatrict���Dtatrict of
Skeenu
Tuke notice thut I, John McLeod uf Vancouver,
occuputiun broker, intend tu apply for permission
to pruspect fur cuul und netruleum un the fullowing
described lunds:
Commencing ut a post plunted at the mouth of
the TM Uiver und marked J. McL. S. E. Corner,
No 1, thence north HO chuins, thence weat HO
chuins, thencu soulh HO chuins, thence eust 80
chuina to point uf commencement1 contuining
010 ucres,  more or less.
Duted Feb. 81, 1011. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 23. Clarance McDowell, Agent
Qua�� Churlotte Islands Land District -DUtriot of
Slcaena
Take notice thai 1, John McU-od ol Vancouver,
occupation   hroker,   Intend to apply for pcrmis-sio
to j i.--rf for coal und pelroleum on the follow ng
descriU-d ulnds:
Commencing ul u |k>��1 planted about five miles
nnrth and one mile west of the muuth of the
Tl-el Uiver und marked J. Mc��.., N. W. Corner
No. 17 thence souih hO chains, thence east HO
chains, Ihence norlh HO chuins, thence wesl HO
chain*, to point of commencement; contuining 010
nana, mon1 or lew.
Duted F.b 26, 1911. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb. -.". Clurence McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlolte Islands Und District-District ol
Skeenu
Tuke nntice thnt I, Juhn tfoLood of Vancouver
occuputiun broker, Intend to apply for iiermission
to prospect for coul and petroleum on the following
described lunds:
Commencing ut u post planted two miles west
of the mouth uf the Tl-el Kiver and marked J
McL. S. tt. Curner, No. 2S, thenco north 80
chains,  thenee  east  80  chaina,  thence  south   HU
Water Notice
3081,  Ihence  In  a  northerlv   direction  along ihi-I ch��,M' ^V"0"  T*1- ^.mo'^" lo ��M,inl  "f Com
projection  5 the nuid  limit   and   along the suid    piencement ...untaimnic M0 acres, morvor_ less.
ANDREW CUMUNQa
Joseph Helwny, Airent
Bkania Land Diatrict -District of (\i-��>ar
Take notice that 1 Hinrh D. liillia ���*:' Prinee Kupert. oceupation laborar, Intnida ta npply fur
permission lo purchuse the following descrllieil
lnnds:
Commencinir nt n post  plunteil  three nnd  mio-
hTiit milaa In an easterly direction from the pnint
on Naas Kiver where the L.ivu Luke trail lie<Ini>
nnd one mile in a northerly direction from the
suid Lava Lake trail, thence north 80 chaina.
theme east m) chains, thenco nouth no chain*,
thence wesl Ml chnina lo puint uf oommeneemi-nt.
eontaininf 040 aeraa.
Date Feb. L 1911. HUGH D. 0ILLI8
I'ub. Mnr. lu. .!������ .-pit Kelvvay. Airent
Slikine Uml District    District of Cassiar
Tuke notice that Christian A. Tervo of Stikine,
II. d occupation custom* ofllcer, Intenda tn apply
for pormfanon to purchase the following described
land:
Cummencing at a post planttv] ulmut three-
quartan of n mile north eust from (llacier '������������"���
and un the eust liank of Stikine Itiver and nn the
Miuth side of the mouth uf a little creek, thence
eust 10 chaini, thence north 10 chains, thence
west 10 chains, thencc south 10 chain* to point
uf cummencemeU and eonlaining 100 acres mon1
or less.
Dated March 10, 1911, CHRISTIAN A. TBRVO
I'uh. April 7.
Stikine ljind District   -Dstrict of Cassiar
Take notice that Sydney  Hudgkinson ol Telegraph Creek, IL C*. occupation clerk, intends to
apply   for  pcrmianion to  purchase the  following
descrilied land:
Commencing ut a poat planted ultout u ouarter
mile norlh east from (llacier Kittle und on the east
iiunk of Stikine Kiver, thenee ea*t 'JO chains
thence nurth 10 chains, iln-nce west -JO chnins.
thence miuth to chaina to point ul commencement
and containing B0 acres mun1 or less.
Dated Murch 11, l'Jll.
SYDNKY   IIODCKINSON
Pub. April 7. CA. TerVO, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land Diatrict���Dlitrict ol
Skeena
Tuke nutice that 1, John lleLood  of Vancouver,
IL C, occupation bruker, intend to apply for |wr-
miaaion to proapeet for coal and petroleum on the
follnwing deacrilieil landa:
3.���Commencing at a post planted one mil*
i" rlh of the northwest corner of lxit 171, marked
J. McL. N.W. Corner, beingthenorlh-we t corner
thanea net 80 chains, thenco aouth 80 chains
thenee west 80 chains, thence north 80 chains to
point of com mencement. .   .
Dated Per 21.1010. JOHN  M'LKOD
Pab. Jan. BI, W. Prm, Age n
���J   en C arlnite Inland   Land Disirict -District uf
Bkaana
Take nonce that I, John MeLeod of  Vancouver
������^upat'on broker, intend to nppl    for permission
io prapaft   ur eoal     d i otroleun o i tne lollowing
i-cn'.sl   an.:
( nninii'i cing ai h post pl.tntud ubout eight
' ��� I I s-.nti  .. d foqr  w.-si   ol  th    in .' h   of  the
v- i i.ivir a d marked J. McL., s t* Corn*.
*<* 0, thani: orth so ehaina, Um c wont 80
tabu   thonet aouth  BO  chains,  thenco ��u*t   HO
��hai[,   , , [...(nt yj , limine ment:   containin      40
;' l t, mor   or leaa.
*    le    _'ij JOHN  McL  OD
o i 27    ' ('. McDowel,  Agent
hi
Skeenu Und District -District of Oueen Charlotte
Take   notiw that   Hubert   O.   Crew   of   Prince
' Rupert, H. C, occupation agent, intends lo apply
I for permission to purchase the following descrihed
lamia:
!     Commencing  at   a   poat   plantisl   almut   t��   14
' inies west and half a mile south of the mouth of
1 Stanley   Creek   where   it   empties     into   Naden
Harbor,  Oraham   Island,  thence  east   10 chaina,
Ihence north 10 chains, thence wi-sl 10 chains,
; ihence south 10 chains tu point ��>f commencement
1 and containing Dill acres mure or h-ss. 	
! Dated Murch 17. 1011. HUBERT O. ( KKW
i Pub. April 7. Numa Demers, Agent
Skeenu Und Dstrict-District of ()ue?n Charlolte
1 Tuke not ice I hut < Ieorge Fn/tell of Prin ce
. Rupert, B. C., occuputiun butcher. Intendi to apply
, for iK-rmission tu purchase the fullowing (Jnoillion
: lunils: ,    .
Commeneini at a peel  plantod atanit  an
i miles areat  and iwo miles south of the mnuth of
Stanley   Creek   where   it   empties     Into   Naden
Hurlmr.  Oraham  Islund.  thence Ml chains miuth.
ihence  .M' chains west.  Ihence  8U chains  north,
1 thence BO chans east  to pnlnt of 00 tn me nee ment
, and containing 010 acrea ����*<*��_ ...,,......, ,
I Dated March 17, 1911 OBORGK FRIZZELL
I'ub. April 7. Numa Demers, Agent
Notice is hereby given that an application will be mmio under Part v. of
the ** Water Act, 1909," tu obtain a
license in the Queen Charlotte Division
of Skeena District.
(a) The name, address anti occupation
of the applicant is George zoung,
Victoria, B.C.
(If for mining purposes)  Free  Miner's Certificate No	
(b) The name of the lake, stream or
source (if unnamed, the description
is) Ain Lake antl Ain Kiver.
(c) The point of diversion at or near
Ain Lake.
(d) The quantity of water applied for
(in cubic feet per second) 1000,
(e) The character of the proponed
works, dam, Hume, pipe-line, power
engines, plant, etc.
(0 The premises on which the water
is to be Used (describe BSJUe) at or
near mouth Ain River,Masset Inlet.
(k) The purposes for which tlie water
ia to be used is for power development and mill operations.
(h)   If for Irrigation,   describe   the
land to be Irrigated, giving  acreage.
(i) If the water is to be used for power or mining purposes, describe the
place where the water is to be returned to some natural channel, and
the difference in altitude between the
point of diversion and point of return.
At or near mouth of Ain Kiver.about
160 feet below lake level.
(j) Area of Crown land Intended to be
occupied by the proposed works....
(k) This notice was posted on the
first day of March, L9il, ami application will lie made to the Commissioner
on the fifth day of April. WI*
(1) (Jive the names ami addresses of
any riparian proprietors or licensees
who or whose lands are likely to be
affected by the proposed works.either
above or below the outlet. None.
GEORGE YOUNG,
H. Edensbaw, Agent
P.O. BOX885, I'rince Kupert, B.C.
NoTK-One cubic foot per  second   is
equivalent to 115.71 miner's inches.
Pub. March 16, 1911.
limit GO chainn more or less to point of commence
ment, containing 1M0 uon��t mure or !<���*��.
Dated March H, 1911.        CHARLES P. OTTER
Pub. March 2&.
Dated Feb. 21. 1011.
Pub, Feb.2:t.
JOHN McLKOD
Clarenee McDowell. Agent
Skivna lj*nd Dintrict���Dintrict of Cwut Uange
Take notice thai Kdllh Alice CroWther ol
lkleg. Yorkshire, Kngland. occupalion Mpinnter.
intendn io apply for iiennivinii to purchiw the
(ollowing dcftcrihed  landn:
Commencing ut a pont planted ut the -mr h ea.it
corner of aurveyed lot ,1001. Uange tt, Coo��t Dwtrict, thenc north along the euterly limit nf the
nuid  lot   ;!.*i chainn  more or lenn to lhe noutherly
limit of Lpt898o\fUntea, epaal dtatriet, tEeoee
�����"t along the noutherK limit of the In-i mentioned
lot 00 chainn lo m point, thencv in u muuiIi-
erly direction :i-'�� chuinn parullet in the *uid
eaatariy limit of lot uom, Uanee In a westerly direct ion 00 chuinn mnre or lew t ��� ���
the point of commenci-ment contkining L'lu acn-n
more or lem.
EDITH ALICE CROWTHER
Dated March S, loll.
I'uh. March IS,
Queen Charlolte lalands l*and Dintrict-District of
Skeena
V Tuke notice that 1, John McLeod ,of Voneuuver,
occupalion broker, inlend to upply or iiermiatuun
lo pron|H-cl for coal und petroleum on the following
described lunda:
IH-iHctof (NtnM.
MeAuirhev of  Pritut
ntefne to npply for
��� foUofring dvnetibed
Commencing ut u pont planted about nix mihii
aouth and two went of the mouth of the Tl-e
Uiver und marked J. McL. N. W. Corner, No. UH
thence noutb MO chuina, thence eait s" chains
thenci- north 80 chainn, thence west SO chuinn to
i>.���mt of commencement; containing 010 acres,
more or lenn.
Da'ed Feb. 23. 1911. JOHN  M'LKl)'.
I'ub. Feb. 25. Clarance McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte Inlandn Lund DUtrict  -District nl
Skivna
Take notiw thut 1, John McU-od of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for permUaion
lo priM|H<ct for coal and (H'troleum un the following
deacrihed land:
('ommencing at a post planted nbout -i\ mile*
nouth and two miles went of the mouth of the
Tl-el Uiver and markeil J. McL. S. W. Corner
No. II" thence north SO chuins, thence east SO
ehainn, thenee aouth HO chains, tbence went MJ
chaina to point of commencement: containing 010
acre*, more or leaa.
Dated Feb. 2:1, 1911. JtHIN  M'LKOD
I'uh. Feb. 26. Clarance McDowell, Agent
COAL NOTICK
Bkeena I-nmi DUtriet
Take notice that 1. J It.
UuiH'tt, iHVup.ition miner.
permlanion  to purchaae tin
landa:
Commencinir nt n i��m planted at the *otithwcgi
corner of lot 22V.'. thenee vn**i 4n chainn, Ihenee
noulh 6 ehainn, tbence tweet W chninn. thence
norlh 0 chainn t�� point of eoinmcneenicnt, con-
tniniim ."'��� neren morv ur lean.
Date Feb. 16, I'.'ll J. II.  M.  \1 i.Ml��� >
Pub. Feb. H. 1911. Andrew Kennedy. Airent
Skeenn ljind Dintrict- Diatrict of OotBt
Tuko notiee that I. Peter Raid* Of Vancouver.
It.C, oeropotion tenmnter, Intenda to apply for
tiermlnMon to purehane the followinK deacribed
landa:
('ommencinK ut n pont planted and marked I*.
It - S.W. eorner nnd iiumi-diutely ndjoininir poatr
mnrkeil J.M.'a N.K. corner undA.lt.'* S.F. coiner; thence mirth **��� chains, thence ennt 4urhnint.
theme south s��<chninn, thence west 40 chuinn, to
point of commencement, eontninintr ISO ncres
more or lesa. I'KTKR  KKID.
Dnted lnt Feb. 1911 Charlea II. Allen, Attent
Pub. Feb. 2fi.
Skivna Und District-District of Coaat
Take notice thnt I. Willinm Anderaon. of Van-
ceuver.   ll.C., occupation clerk, intenda to apply
for pertnleakn to puichane the foiiowir.gdaeenb"
ed lnnds:
CommencinK nt n post plunteil nnd marked \V.
A. northwoat corner, and almut 1 mile from Alexander Ituehan northern boundary line; thenee
south so chainn, thence eaal n> chuinn thence
norlh ni ehaina, thence weatsn ���'htitna, Ui point of
eommetii riiient. ��� i ntalnlnsSlp aeree manor len*.
WILLIAM ANDERSON,
Dated 1st Feb. lall Charles II. Stark, Agent
Pub. Feb. 2.*..
Skeenn Land Dlitrict-Dlitrict of Count
Tnke notire lhal I, Alexnndcr Huehun. of
Vancuuver, B.C., occupation butcher, intends lo
apply for penninnion to purchune the followinK
described Inndi:
CsitnmenrfnK n ixist plunteil und mnrknl A.It.'n ,	
S.K. comer, nnd udjoininK posts murkiil J.M.> ' thenee  north  SO  chainn,   thence enat   HO  chaina,
N.K. corner nnd P.K.'s S.K. corner; thenoe went I t   i-mv aouth 80 chainn, thenee w.-a. 80 chains to
No. 72, thence tmulh .SO oh&llia, Ihenee WMl BO
chaitm, thenoe north 80 chalna, thenci.' east 80
chains to point of commencemunl; containing
040 eores, more or leu,
Dated Feb. 22, 1011. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 21. Clurence McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlolle Islanda Land District���Diatrict of
Skivna
Take notice that 1, John MeLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for permiasion
to prospect fur eoul and petroleum on the following
deacrihed lands:
('ommencing ut a post planted ubout two miles
Houth and two miles west uf the moulh of the
Ti'el River and marked J. Mc.L. S. K. Corner.
No. *I8, thenee norlh 80 chaina, thence Weil BO
chains, Ihence south 81) ehaina, thence ea.-t 80
chains to point of commencement: containing 640
acres,  more or less.
Date.1 Feb. 22, 1911 JOHN  McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 24. Lealie K. Waller, Agent
Queen Charlolte Islands Land Districl--Districl ol
Skeena
Take nolice thut L John Mcleod of Vancouver,
occupulion broker, intend to apply for permission
to prospect for coul und petroleum on the following
described  lands:
Commencing at a posi planted about two miles
south and two miles west ol lhe mouth of tha
Tl-el Uiver und murked J. Mc.L. N. B, Corner,
No. -17, Ihence south 80 chaina, thence west hO
chuins, t1 ence north 80 rhuina tbence east 80
chuins to point of commencement; eonlaining 010
ucres, more or hws.
Duted Feb 22,1011. TOHN  McLKOD
I'ub. Feb. 21 Clarence McDowell, Agent
Queen Churlotte IslundaLand District���District
Bkeena
Take notice thul I, John McLeod of Vuncouver.
occupulion broker, intend io apply for permission
to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following
described lands.
Commencing at a post plunted aboul two
miles souih and two mild neat ol the mouih of
the Tl-el Uiver, (iraham Island, und marked
J. Mc.L. N. W. Corner, No. :14, thence south SO
chuins,   ihuuce  eust  60  cliuins,  thence  north 80
COAL NOTICE
Quoon Charlotte lslunds Land Dlitrict���DUtrict f
Skoona
Taka notic that I, John McLeod of Vanoouver,
occupation broker, Intend to apply for permission
to prospecl for coal and lietroleum on ilu* follnwing
described landa:
Commenting al a poat planted about three miloa
north and uno milen woat of the mouth of the ll-el
lUver ii nd maikod J. McL., 8. K. i'or, it, Nu. 86,
thenee m rt ii 00 chains, thenifl wi I J chaina,
ihence aouth ^> ohaina, thenee eaal BO ehalm iu
point rn' eon.n iiiciineni: contuininu iii" acroa,
more or I,, .
Dated I eb 26, 1911.
I'uh. Feb. 2v
JOHN  McLKOD
( larence .McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District District of
Skeena
Take in,lice thai I, .loli MoLeod ol ancouver,
ri'ii,;..>:. ti broker, intond to apply for permiaaion
to prospeci for eoal and ] etroleum on tin- following
deacribed landa:
Commencing ut u poat planted ahout four miles
north and three mllea weal ol the mouth ol the
Tl-el Uivti and marked J. Mcl.., N. K. Corner,
No. 66 thence souih HU chains, thenoe weal BO
cimins ihence nortn BO chaina, thonoe eaat 80
ohaina .u polnl ol commencement;  eonlaining 640
ncres  more or leaa.
Dated Feb, 26, 1911. JOHN McLKuD
Pub. Feb. 28, Clarenoi McDowell, Agonl
Queen Charlotte Islands Laml Districl -Districl of
Bkeena
Take notice iliut 1, Jnim MeLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to appl) for permlaiion
tn proipoet for coul und petroleum on th'- following
described lands:
Commencing ut u post plantad about four milea
north ami three miles weat ol the mouthol th"
Tl-el Uiver und marked J. McL., s. K. Corner
No   66, thence nonh 80 chains, thenos west^O
chuins, tlience south 80 ehelni, thence east-80
chains tti point ol comiueiicetnent; oontalnlng 010
acres, moro *>r leaa.
Dated Feb. Jli, lilll. JOHN   McLKOD
Tub. Feb. 28. Clarence McDowoll. Agent
Quwn Charlmte Islands .Land District���District of
Skeena
Tuke notice ihul 1, John McLeod of Vuncouver
occupation broker, intend to apply for iiermission
to prospect [or coul uml petroleum on the tollowing
described lund:
Commencing ut a post plantetl ubout two rn lw
chuins,  tlience  west   Si.) chains to  point  of corn-    norlh und two milea west ,,1  the muuth  of tbe
mencement;  containing 010 ucn-s, more or leas.
Dated Feb. 22, 1911. John MeLEOD
I'ub. Feb. 24. Clarence McDowell, Agent
Tl-el Uiver und marked J. McL., S. K. Corner,
No. fi2, thence north Su chain , thenci* west 80
chains, thence soulh 80 chains, thence east 80
chuins to point of commencement; contuining 040
ucres, more or leas.
Dated Feb. 25 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
I'uh. Feb. 27. T. B, Waller, Agent
Queen Charlotte lslunds l.and District���Distriet 0
Bkeena
Tuke notice that 1, John MeLeod of Vancouver
occupation broker, inteml to apply for permission
10 prospect tor eoal and petroleum on the (ollowing   Queen Charlotte lalandi Lan i District���District ol
described lands: Skeena
Commencing ut a post planted ulmut two milea       Take notice thut 1, John MeLtOd of Vancouver,
soulh und two miles weet of the mouth of the Tl-cl    occupution broker, inund to upp y lor   pamuatlOB
QUo.-n C url 11 lt**tanda l-and Dutrict���Dsrctof
Ske-  U
Taka notin t a    I, John McLeod nt Vancouver
occupation broker, Inteml to apply for permiasion
10 pro pect l r coil antl petroleum on the lollowing
dt-serit'c    lan ;s.
{ C< mmemi g at a post plant-d ulmut six mile.
south and two mitm west of the mouth of thu
Tl-el River an.l marked J. MeL. N ... Corner
No. 43 thenc Mutn -" chuinH, ihenc** west 80
c ains, thenee north 80 chaina, then a Mat 80
chalna to point of commencement; containing -to
acren, mor.- or le*i.
Datisl Feb 14,1911. JOHN  M'LKOD
Pub. Feb. 25. Clarance MeDotfl H, Agent
QlMB Charlotte lalandi Und District -Dwtrict ol
Skeena
Take notic*' lhat I,   ohn Mcl.eud of Vancouver,
Uiver and murked J. McL, S. W. Corner, No. B8,
Ihence north 80 chuins. thence east 80 chains,
ihence south 80 chuins, ihenw west 80 chnins to
point ol commencement; contuining 640 ucres,
more or less
Dated Feb. 22. 1911. JOHN McLKOD
I'ub. Feb. 24. Clarenee McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands ljind District���District uf
Skeena
Take notice thut 1, John McLeod of Vuncouver
occupution hroker. intend to apply for permissieti
to pros|M-ct for eoul und petroleum on the following
described lands:
Commencing at it post planted about two miles
aouth of lhe Tl-el Uiver and murked John McL.
N. E. Corner, No. 88, ihence south 80 ahalne,
thence west 80 ehaina, thenci* north hO chuins.
thence east 80 chuins to point of commencement;
containing 010 ncres, mure or less
Duled Feb  22. 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Tub. Feb. 24. Lealie K. Walter. Agent
Queen Churlotte Islunds l-und District- District o!
Bkeena
Take nolice thut L John MeLeod of Vuncouver,
occupulion broker, inlend to apply for permission
io pmapeet for ood antl petroleum on the following
deacrilieil lamls:
Commencing at u post plantetl about two milea
south ol lhe mouth of the Tl-el Uiver ami murked
J. McL S. K Corner, No. :lt, tbence weat hO
chains, thenee north 8t( chains, thence east BO
chains, thenci- south 80 chains to point of commencement: containing 010 acres, more or less.
Dutetl Feb. 22, 1911. JOHN McLKOD
I'ub. Feb. 24. Loalle E. Wulter. Agent
Queen Churlotte Islands Land Diatrict-District ol
Ske n>
Take notice thut I, Jo  n McIa' d of Va  couver,
oicutiutiun broker, intend   o upply for permission
to proapeet for c ui und petroleum o i the following
de enlied lunds:
Commencing ut a p at plant il uboul four mil e
sout-i ami two milea wet of the mtuth oi the
Tl-el Uiver and markul J* McL. N. B Corner,
No. 48, thenci* outh 80 chains, ihence west 8u
chains, thenc-- north BO chains, thenre ensl m-
chains to poi t of cornm'-ncerncnt; OOtaiftlng 640
acres, more or lew.
Datet. Feb.23, 1911. J* UN M'LKOD
Pub  Feb. 25. Clarance McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Lnnd District���Dwtrict of
Sk ������ena
Tuke notice that 1, John McLeod ol Vancouver,
orcuputiu broker, inlend to nppl (or perm Eaton
to pru-iM-ct for coal and petroleum on the following
deacr b d lunds:
Commencing at u post planted four mi'ea south
and two west of thc m uth oi t e Tl-el Uner and
marked J. McL. S. K. Corner, No. 46, thence n rth
8i> chains, thenee weat 80 chaina, the ce soulh BO
c ains, t ann aaat ^0 chai t point of com
meniement;   containing (M0 ucres, mon* or le-s.
Datad Feb. :m. ion. JOHN M'LEOD
Pub. Feb. 25. Clarance McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte Manila Land Diatrict���DiPtnct o'
Bkeena
Tuk<- notice that 1. John McLeod of Vanco
���    .,        .      ,     .��� ___... *_-_- __,  _i_ .__ iuk'' [umilt i n.ii   i, jt-iiri  in ci'1*011 oi   * an��� . ver,
to prospect (or eoal und petroleum un the following
dmcrilted land:
Commencing ut a posl plunteil nbout six miles
nouth and two miles we-t of the Tl-el Kiver and
murked J. McU S. K. Corner, No. 41. thence
north 80 chains, thenee we-t 80 -huins, ihenee south
Ml chains, (hence east 80 chains to point of com-
eneement; containing 040 acres, more or less.
Dated Feb. 2:1.1911 John M'LBOD
Pub. Feb. 25. Clarance McDowell. Agent
Qu. en Charlotte lalands Land District���Dtatrict of
Skeena
Take notice that I, John UeLwd of Vancouvor,
occupation broker, intend to apply for permission
to prospect for coal and pelroleum on the fullowing
described land:
Commencing at a post planted about eight
mih>s south and four west uf the mouth of Tl-el
Kiver and marketl J. MeL., S. W. Cornor, No. 77,
to prospect for coul und petroleum on the fnlluwing
daeeribed lund:
Commencing ut a post planted aboul three mill*
wesl and twu miles north of the moulh of the
Tl-el EUvar antl marked J McL. S. K. Corner, No.
07 thence north Ml chains, thence west M) chains,
thence sout Ml chains, thence east Ml chains to
poinl of commencement; containing 040 ucnii,
more or leas.
Duted Feb. 25, 1911 JtHIN  McLKOD
Pub. Feb.!27. T. K. Wulter. Agent
Queen Charlotte Islunds Lund District   -District ol
Bkeena
Tuke nolice thut I, John McLeod of Vuneouvr,
occupation broker, intend to apply for parmlaalOB
to proapeet 'or coal and petroleum OK the following
descrilied lands:
Commeneing nt u [Mist plantetl ubout four milei
north antl three BUM west of the mouth of the
Tl-ol Kiver und marked J. McL. N. W. (orner,
No. 68, thence aouth 80 chain:;, thence eust 80
chains, thence north 80 chuins, thence west 80
chuins to point of commencement: contuining 040
ucn-s, more ur n*s-*.
Dnte.1 Feb.20. 1911. JtHIN  McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 2*. Clarence Mc. mwell, Agent
Quwn Charlotle lslunds Land District���Disirict of
Skeena
Tuke notice thut I, John M. I ��� ���������: of Vuncouver,
occupation broker, inlend tu upply for    permission
tu proapeet (or coul und lietroleum on the following
deeertbed lands:
Commencing at u post plunted ubout four milm
nortli und three miles v.,.: nf the mouth of the
Tl-el Uiver und murkeil J. McL., S. W. Corner,
No 64, thenco north ?*0 chums ihence eust *0
chains, thence south M> ci ains, thenci' west M)
cimins to pnlnt of commeneivvent: containing 040
acres,  more or lem.
Dated Feb. 20, 1011. JOHN   MeLEOD
Pub. Feb. 28, Clarence McDowell. Ag. nt
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District���DUlrict ol
Skeena
Tuke notici' thut I John McIa'oiI of Vancouver,
occuputiun broker, intend to upply fur permission
to prospect for coul und petroleum on the following
described laml:
Commencing ut a post planted about three milas
wesl und tw-o miles north of the mouth * t the  11 el
EUvar and markad J. McL.. n. k. Come  N i  ,v.
thenci- soulh   *������  chuins,  ihence   wt*sl   sO   chains,
thence north 60 chains, thence ea��t chains to point
of commencement: containing tVtO acres rnoro or
lens.
Dnted Feb. 25, 1911. JOHN McLF.OD
Pu . Feb. 27. T. K. Walter, Agent
Queen Charlolte lslnnds Lund District--District of
Bkaana
Tuke notice ihul 1, J. (I. McNab of Prince Uu*
Iiert, occupation general ugent, inteml to upply
or |H*rmi*sjon to pnispcct for coul und petroleum
on the following qeoorlood hinds:
Commencing ut n post planted ut the so h-o-ist
cornc of Section 3, Townsh p 2 (iruham lsiand,
and marked J (���* McN., S. K. Corner, thenco
west   80  chuins,  thence  north  *0 chnins,  Ihence
to p inspect for c -il nnd petroloum on th   following    cast 80 chuins, thence south M) chuins lo point of
desiTihcd landa:
Commencing at a poat planted about f ur miles
suuth and twu miles wo i of the mouth of the
Tl-el Rivet and marked J. McL. N. W. Corner,
No. ;16, thence south t*0 chaint, thenci* e st 80
chnins, tlience norlh 8 chains, thence woh xp
hains to point ��<f commoncmont; containing 640
ocn-s, more or lea*.
Duled Feb. 23, 1911. JOHN M'LEOD
Pub. Feb. 2.'..
commencement.
Datisl March 8, 1911.
Pub. M arch 25.
J. Q. McNAB
Wilson Oowing, Agont
Queen Charlotte lalanda L*nd District���District of
Skeena
Take notiee that 1, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, inteml to apply for permission
Clarai c. McDowoli Aaent   to P^OMOt for coal nnd petroleum on the following
deacribed lund:
Commencing ut a [><>*���* planted ubout tw milea
north of tb muuth uf the Tl-el Kive an I murked
J. McL., S. K. ('orner. No. 3. thonce north 80
chains, thenee west 80 cha n . thence south HO
chains, thence Mat 80 chains to point of commencement; C'intuining 640 acres, more or less.
Dated Feb, 25, 1911. JOHN  McLKOD
I'ub. Feb. 27. T K. Waller. Agent
mn Charlotte Inlands Land District���District ot
Skivna
Take nolice (hat I, John McLood nf Vancouver,
"Tupailun brokor, intend to apply (or permission
���* pri.Hpeci (ur eoal nd (H'troleum on lhe following
'��� (-erlbed land;
' 'irnmeiicing at a posl planted about two mllea
���li  from  the moutn  of  ihe  Tl-el   Hiver and
'narked J   McL.   N.  B   Corner.  No.  2,  thence
���'h Hn chains, thonce west 8) chains, thenco
iwrtll 80 chaini, thonco .-aat 80 attain to point
ol ci.mme icemont;    containing  640 acres,  mere
,'>���>���! Feb. 26. 1911.
I'ub. Feb. 27.
JOHN  McLKOD
T. K. Walter Agent
LAND LEASE NOTICK
NkecnnLend Dlstrlrt-Olstrlct ofdOMt UnnKo .'.
Pake notion that I Btvarin A. Tallander of Porcher laland, occupution ship matter, inteml to ftp*
Ply for permission to   lenso   the    following   do-
acrlbod fo -eanorei
C��mmenalnv at a poit planted al tha N.W. eor-
&er of lot 1809, thenee west tO low water murk,
'hence south along low witter mnrk 2fi chains
rnurn or leal,   thenee  oust   to S.W.  corner of  lot
���ys, thenee north along blah water murk lbeing
tho fftiterly i��.tmdnry of lot 1808) 66 ehaina mora
"' leaa to point Of commencement nml  eontninintr
���11 "oreahore In front of lot Ho2.
SKVKUIN ALKXANDKK TALLBNDBR
'/���ted Murch 9, mil.
���ub, March 18.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICK
���^���i-ri'a ldiiHinlHtrit't-I)ifltrTi;to"f Const
Rangs r>
Taki' notico thnt I, Pwd Carton, of
"rlnc�� Rupart, B.C., occupation fur-
""I. intt'min to apply f��r pormtHHion to
nurchaie tha following docrlbod lindi:
Commencing ut b poit planted at Uw
forth eaat corner of lurveyod lot 1987.
���-������*w 6, Coast district, thencs north80
chaini to a slough; thencs west 88
chains!   thenct' BOUth 60 chains;  thenre
*Mt 88 ehuins  to the point of com-
iii.'iiei'inent.
PRBD, CARTON
Skeenu Land District     District of tjtieen Charlotte
Tuke notice that   Frank   Uvick of Woodstock.
Ont.. occupution  bookkeeper, Intendi to apply
(ur parattarion tO purchase the lollowinK doscnbitl
ComroendM at a poat planted ubout seven
miles went and two miles aoulh of the mouth nf
Stanley Creek where it empties nto Naden
Harb��, (Jraham Island, thence HO chains south,
thence HU chains east, thence Hi) chulni north,
ihenw HO chuins west to point of commencement
Hntl contaninK litn acres more or lew. ..Vlr,..
1 i.i,. t Murch 17, HUI. FUANK LKVK K
rub. April 7. Numa Daman, tan,
Slikine Land Diatrict   -Dislrici of Caaaiar
Take notice lhal Christian A. Tervo of Stikine
i:   0.. occupation cuntoms Officer, intend* to aiipiy
for (STinission lo purehu*-   followinK deacribed
Commeneini at a poit planted about 18'chains
norlh west of the QUltOlM wtirehouse at ^t'k.iie.
|{ C. thenco west 20 chains, Ihenci- amith 2
chnins, thence east 20 chains, thence north SO
chnins to point of cnmmenciMiient un.l conlmnmi;
-10 aeiaa more or lew. (111   u  .   ���,,..,.,,,
Dated March IS, nm.  CHRISTIAN A. TBRVO
Pob Aprl 7
Skeena Und DistrDt - District oCOaaritf
Tuke   notice   thut   I.   PbTTJ   Wueeiiun  of   nin88
Kuiiert,   H.  C.,  occupation  pnwpectnr,  inlend    o
npi'lv   for  parmWon  to  purchase  the following
"'^��*.i i PtMjgi a ��-n^;;;|!j-
���l (!...����� Hkv, alanul thn��M-l|(lll��, "' �� ml1 ' '" ,
���| (hap inaauth "I tha. Hianan/n r-j*. j""1'",'""
on Iha. awlrrly laaaunalary ol I ii��l��'r '���;""' ��� ;
:IM��1 aar Nai. *\t,*W. IhaMac.' aolllli 40 ��h��M jJpnl
thi' wlaTly limit n( aalal Timl.iT Uml No. Mil
���r Nil. :IW80 III chialnia, tha.|ia>. MM I" t__* 'I"" ol
QOOH Ua.v, a illslianci' "I I" chimin mof. nr ������*���.
thtine. northerly altmn thr .hon* A '*"?"'.,"��
40 chain,, mora. Of i��K tlVIM. '���''''u''l'_,[''.: ""
mon or la.au. t��� pnlnt nl cotnmamca.mi'nt, oinlnlnmi!
Hill arraia main, nr lr*H.   MtMBMAN
Dial (Ml March T, 1911. rhKIO   y^,^���^.^A^
PUb, April 7.
||MM Laml Diatrict -tHMtotol ___m*9^'^
���r���ka, iiiiilcc that Cttarin. Hirrbon, o < .igJWi
MhiTiu, OMupiUon ipln.tr, }$**_}** "' HO
"Cotnmmdni at a pnrl plain,';! ���AW' ���*���!
,���ll(-�� wral anil hull i* nilln MUM Irom th. mouin
0|  Sllinlcy  OlMk,  whom  II   BllpUfl Into  N"
lliirlmr, (iraham  lal.ml,  thi-nci-  W c linn" ��">
���.�����. 40 rhaina rant, thrnn. 10 chain" ";;''���
thenci. Ill chain, weat to pnlnt nf rnmmel,ci.in,.ill
ami caanlalnlnit 11)0 arrea main' nr Imt
��� I Mmi17 ""'
gucam Charlotta lilamla l..i���l Diatrict    Dutrict ul
Skeena
lake DOlIn lhat I, Jaiht, M.-l <->���! aaf \ ancouver, I
orciipiallini liruker. in(en,l taa ap(ily h.r |ai.rinl��*inn j
(u [,[,. 1..CI lor coal ami (aetrola-um am (he lolhiwin.
aleaacrilia^l landa:
Comoieociti. a( a pott |,|ant(Hl alaaaut live mala-.
north anal one mile avaant ail the maau'.h o the
l'1-el Hiver an.l markad J. Mcl., N. K. Corner.
No. tt. thence aaiuth K0 rhailua. (hence wa*t WI
chaina, thence nurth Ml chain., thenca. a>aat hO
chaina to point ol commencement; caintainin. MO
acraa*. maira' ur laaaa.
Dated Keh. 2(1, lilll. JOHN Mcl.KOD ,
uh. Kela. 2H. Clarenca. Mcl )a,��ell, Auent
Ska^nia Land Dlalrict - Dla.trl.-t of Canal
Take notiae that I. Mra. John Corley of I'linre
Hupert. H.C.,ncriipntion tamrrlaal woman, intenil-
to npply for pormla*lon tu piirehaaa- the f,,l|uwinat i
alearrilaed landa:
ConmienclliK at n t���,at plonlixl *n i luaina a-iar-l >
and I2U chalna aouth from the autithweat aoinerof
lot 17:1.1. Cnaat Diatrict, Hanaro li, time, aa.llth Nl I
chalna, thonco enat 4(i chaina. tlwne. north ni :
chalna, thenca- woat 4(1 chaina moro or lea. lo tha>
point aif eaimnaencotnont, containing HO acroa
inure or leas.
MHS. JOHN (Loltlel COH1.KY
Diato Mar. 20. It'll
I'ub. Apr. 4, 1IHI
l)ui*n Charlolle lalanda Ijand Diatrict -Di.trict Of
Skivna
'I'ake notice that I, Jolm McUnaal ol ancouver.
occupaliun broker, Intend to apply lor permiaaion
lo proa[aa>ct tor coal and |aetraileum nn (ho fulluwing
d(MTtbOd la aula: 	
Cumiiaenciin.' at a post planted alaaul Inur milea
north anal una- mil," eaal ail tho moulh ul the Tl-ol
Hiver and markail J. Mcl... N. K. Corner, No fi,
thenoe aaiuth HO chalna, (hence weal HO chain*,
thenca- nnrlh Hll rhaina, thence eaat HI, chaina ta
point of eommoncoment; containinK (HO nrre..
mure ur leaa.
Hated Keb. 80, ion. John UaLEOD
Tub. Fob. 28. Clarence McDowell, Agenl
l,fuccn ('harlotte Numb* Land District -Districtof
Skoona
Take notice thai 1, John McLood of Vnnrmivor,
occupatinn hroker, Intond to apply for |K>imiaslon
to prospect for coal and petroloum on thi' fillowitiK
described lands:
CommencinK at a post plantetl about four mill's
aouth and two milm west nf tho mouth of the
Tl-el Kiver and marked J. Mcl.. N. K. Corner,
Nn. 74, thenco south I 0 chninn, thenco wost KO
chnins, thenco north: b chains, thence oast 80
chains to point nf commoncemont; coninlnltift *������"
acres, more or loss,
Datad Feb. 88, Kill. JOHN MoLBOD
Tub. Kob. 24. Clarance McDowell. Agent
Oueen Charlotto Islanda Und District -District of
Bkaana
Take notice lhat I, John Mcl<eod ol Vnncouvor.
occupalion broker, Intend to apply for |iermiwilon
to pniapaot for coal ami pal roleum on lho followinK
di-Hrrihcd landn:
Comme cIiik nt a post plnnted nbout four miloa
north and ono n Ile east of the RtOUtjl of lho Tl-cl
Kiver and mnrked J. Mrl.. S. K. ('orner, No. GO
thenre north NU chains, thenco west KO rhnl a
Ihence south HU chains, thenre oaii K0 chains
point  of  commencement;   containing  MO  ner s,
tmrntm.
Nlchains,   theneo north Rl ehains,  thenci- nisi *-��
chains thenco soulh so chains tu iwfnt of ctnn-
mt*iii-<-nienl. coniiiinitm ��� *���' ncn>a more or leis.
ALKXANDKK KtJCHAN.
H.tt.:i 1st Fob., KU1        Charb-s II. Allen, Auent
I'ub. Keb. M
Bknana Land iHstriri-Disirict of Coast.
I'ltko notion thai i,.i.im Miiirr, of Vanoouvar,
H.C., tKi-iipation biiit-hiT, Intondl �����> npply for
iiermission lo purilm*- the FoUowing descrllieil
lands:
Cummenclnir nt n post phmtiil nbout 1 chain
from tidi'wntcr h! the I.- .id of LuBOOmbl Kn>. nnd
markisl J.M.'s N.K. etirn-T. theneo wost Nlchains,
thotico south Hi chains, thenee east HU chnins,
thenco north Uohalha. to point of coimnence-
ment, rimtaininit tHU acroa more or less.
JOHN MILLKK.
Datitl l��i Kob , l'.ill Charles It. Stark. Airent
I'ub. Kob. 2fi.
Bkaana Land Dlatrlet~Dlatrtot of Ooot
Take notu-f Unit I, Lialll K. Walter, of Vuncouver, K.C, OCOUMtion prospector, Inteuils to apply for parntlmon to purchuse the followlnir descrilied lands:
ConunapelnS ��t n post plnntiil ami mnrki-d L.
K. W.'s S.K. corner and imimttiatrly adjoininK
pnt marketl W.A.'s N.W. corner; lbenc��- nor'.h 40
ehaina. thenee waat Hd ehuins. thenee south 40
chains, llu-nce east Ni ihnina, to point of i-orn-
mencrment. ctrntiiiniiiK 'M* acres, nmri* or less.
l.aKHMK K. WALTKK.
Dnted 1st Pob., 11*11 Charles 11. Allen. Airent
I'ub. Pab. 2T..
Bkaana Land Dlitrlct-Dlitrict of Oaaalaf
Tak��* notico that l Bolcom McDonald of i'rince
Rupart, B.C. occupntion lalmror,  intomls to ap  I
nly for permission to puit'huse the followinit descrilied lands:
CtiiiimencitiK nt n post   plunteil   thn-e  and  one- |
half milaa In an aaataru nlraetlon from the point ���
tin Nans Kiver where the Lnvii Luke  trail   lieirins
and DIM mlh* In a northerly dlrertion from the i
said  Lnva  Luke  Irnil,  ihi'iiee north   80   chnins, |
thanca west  wi chains, thence soulh HO chnins,
thenca east chains tu point  of coltuncnci-ment, I
eontninintr (ituaen-s.
Onto ivb. ;i. inn.       holcom McDonald
I'ub. Mar. 10. Joseph Helwny, Airent
point   of  commencement;
more or lorn.
['..led Keli. 24, I  11.
I'ub. Fob. 27.
containing   bio  ucres
JOHN McLKOD
C. McDowell, Agent
QuoenjCharlottc Islamis Lund DUtrict���Diatrict <>'
Skeena
Take notici' tha   I, John \1 L   d tif Van uuver.
occupation broker, Intand to apply fur permit oil
to pfOlbaOt   orcoulu d petroleum on ��� in follow.n^
d Mribad 1 ni--
Commencing at a p at plant d abo t 'o r tnilai
ouib and two mile- wa t of Hi mouth ( the
T.-c1 EUVOI and markad J. M L W. Comer.
No. :16. thonc north SO chnina, lhanOl ana Ml
chaina.   thence aouta    0  cha na,   the    e  weat   KO
Bhalna o p lnt of oommn cement   ������ ntalntai   io
a re��, mere or let.
Dated Fib. 28,1 ll .<  HN M'LKOD
Pub. Keb. 26. C ar�� i. a M  I lowoll,    gent
tiuoen Charlotle lalamla Und Diatrict���District o'
Skivna
Tak   notico that 1. John McLe>d of Vancouver. I Queen Charlotta Islands Land District���District of
occupation broker, intend to apply   or pormiwlnn , Bkaana
tn prospect for coal ami potroleum n tho following i Take notice that I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
descrilied land: occupation broker, intend to apply fnr permission
Commencing at a po-*t planted about eight milea    to prospect for conl nnd petroleum on the lollowi, g
aouth anil lour west of tho mouth of Tl-el Kivor I descirhed land:
and ma.-ked J. McL.. N. W. t'ornt-r, No 71, thonce ] Commencing at a posi planted abuut two miles
south J>U chalna, thence eaat HO chaina, thenco I north of the mouth of the T -el r ver an murked
north HO chains, thenco w st N   halna to poi t of   J.  McL., S. \V. Cormsr.  No. 4, th-'nco north
ommencement;    cont ining   840  ucres,   moro  or
In
Dated Ke
I'uh  K.h
. 21.1 Ml
JOHN  Mcl.KOD
McDowell, Agont
Queen Charlotle Islunds Lnnd District ���Dlallrct ot
Bkaana
I Take notice that I, John McU.d of Vuncouver,
: occupation broker, intend to upply for pormiiwion
. to prospect for coal nnd petroleum on he following
described lands:
|     Commencing at a post plnnted about six milei
aouth  and  throe  miles  west of lho month  of  the        .    ...
Tl-el  Kiver and  marked J.  McL. N.  K. Corner, ��� north ami  t*o miles west  o|  the mout     W  the
chuina.   thence  east  80  chains    thenc-  south   80
chains,  thence wist 80 chains  to point of com
mencement;  containing 640 acres, more or less.
Datad Keb. 25, ion. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Feb 27. T. K. Walter. Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District���District
Skeena
Tnke notice 1 Tint I, John MeLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to npply fur parmlaatotl
to prospect for COM aad petroleum ��>n the follow ing
descrilied land:
Commencing a   a posl plnnted about two miles
Quaan Charlotte Islands L.nd District -Distrieto
Bknona
Tuke notice that I, John Mcl��ooil of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for iiermimioti
to proipaot for coal and petroleum on Ih   following
wscrititl laml:
Commencing ut 11 post plantad about light miloa
south uml two wesl of tlie mouth of TI el Kiver
and markad J. Mcl... N. W. I orner. No, 40, thence
south 80 chains thence eaBt mi chains, thencc north
80 chains, thencc we.-: 8 l chains to point of comme- cement; contain tig ti I a -re-*, mora or less.
Hate 1 Feb. 84, l9ll. JOHN McLKOD
Tub  Ken. W. C. Mcl) well. \g��':it
LAND LEASE NOTICE
Take
Rup
n,a Land Dbtrlol    District 01 ('oust
notice   that   Otis   J.   Ketison   of   Prince
oceupation proinoeton Intondl
No. 76, thenco aouth 80 chains, thence wost 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence eaat 80
chaina to point of commencement; containing
640 acres, mon' or \*m*
Dated Fed. 211, 1911. JOHN  M'LKOD
Pub. Feb. 25. Clarance McDowell, Agent
Quoon Chnrlotte Islands Lnnd D strict���District of
Bkaana
Take notice tlmt I, John MflLopd of Vnncouver,
occupation broker, Inteml lo apply (or parmUMon
lo prospect for coal antl petroleum on the following
descrllieil lands:
Commencing at n post plnnted sii miles south
nml three milea west ol the month of the TM
Kiver nnd marked J. McL, S. K. Corner, No. 75,
thenw north 80 chains, thence west HO chains,
thence south 80 cliains, thence east 80 chnins to
point  of  commencement;    containing  610   acres.
B!5#.tt��,l��n. JOHN  M-I.KOI)
Pub. Feb. 25. Clarnco McDowell, Agent
Skeenn Lnnd Dlitrtot-Dllttiot of Cas-tur
Take notice thut I Charles Morris of I'linre Ku
pen. K.c,, oonopatlon iniMiror. Intandi tt�� apply
f"i parmtaaton to potohaaa the following daaonth
etl binds:
Commencinir nl n post  plantad  three nml one-
half miles in nn aaataru nlraetlon from the point
on Naas Kiver where the Lava Lake  trull   beitip1
antl one mite in B northerly dlr
saitl   Lava   Lake trail,  thenee south 80 chnins,
ihence salt  BO ehalns, thence north so chnins.
thenre west 8n chaini lo point of eommeneement,
nntaining 640 acroa.
Dat. ivb. ;i. Kill. CHARLES MORRIS
Pub. Mur. in. Joseph Helwny. Ajjml
Queen Charlotte Islands Und District���District of
Bkaana
Tako nolice that 1, John McLood of Vancouver,
occupalion broker, Intend to apply for permiaaion
to pros|��ect lor coul and potroloum on tho following
de-Clll't'l    I.md
Commencing at n post plan: ml eight miloa aouth
and two west of lhe mouth ol tho Tl-el Kivor und
t-tinn from ihe i marked J. McL., S. K. C rner No. 42, thence
north 80 chains, thenco west 80 chains, thenco
aouth 80 chains, thonco eaat 80 chalna to point
of commeneement; conUining 610 acres, more er
less.
Datad Feb. 21, mn. John MeLEOD
Pub. Feb. 27. C. McDowell, Agent
Tl-el Kiver ami marked J. McL., N. \\\ Corner,
No. 27, llience south HO chains, thence east 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains to point of commencement; containing 610
acres, more or less
Dated Fe i, 25.1911. .'OHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 27. T. K. Walter, Agent
Queen Churlotte Islands Lnnd District���District of
Skeenu
Take notice that I  Job    McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker. Intend to npply (or permission
applv fnr permfiiton toloaii the followina deaerlbed
lands:
Commencing at a post plunteil about a nuurtcr
of 11 mile from the north west currier 01 QlbeOH
Island on the saitl Glbion Island, thence south 10
cliains. thence east 'JO ehains, tlience north 40
chains, t hence west 20 chains tti point of commencement. Ci��nl:iining v0 acres more or less.
oris J.  BENSON.
Dated 80th March.  191 1
FORESHORE LEASE NOTICE
Coast Lnnd District   Dintrict of Skeena
Take notice that I, Paul Brendler, of
tupr'osiM'ct for coal and petroleum on the following porcher IsUuul. occupation farmer, in-
d,Sramene?ng at a post planted about two milea 'tend to apply for permission to lease
north and two miles wwi of the mouth of Tl-ol , the following toreohore; Commencing
River and mnrked J. Mcl... s. w. Corner, No,86   at a post planted about 12 feet from the
thence  norlh   K0  chainH,  thence  eaat  Hit  chuina,    i___aI   _ t     e i���*.   iam     .   i>������ v    - 1-
thence south 80 chaina, thence weet 80 chaina to I PC*U��jJ P08* of lot 1801 on 1'orcher l%*
pount ef commencement; containinR 010 acroa, j land, thence in a null then V direction
more or leaa. following   high water mark* 1200   fett;
MESf V.V8UGS : thence west to low water mark; thence
1 northerly   following  low   water   mark
Queen Charlotte lalanda Land Diatrict���Diatrict ol ,1200 f��et; thence east   to point of Com-
Skeena   _.   .  . 1 mencement.
Bkaana Land Diatriet  Diatrict of Oaaalar
Tal.en.itlee tlmt I, John McDonald tir I'rinee
Rupert, B.C., occupetion hotalkaapari intenda to
apply for perinlsolon to purehane tho following
dem-rflieil lundu:
Commencing ni n poet plantad three and ono*
Imlf milaa In an eaitarur direction from the point
on Naaa Rlvar where the L��vu Lake imii beKina
and ona mila In a northerly direction from the
nuid Lnva Lake linil, ihenre soulh eighty ehaina,
thanee weM hi chninn, thenee north ni chnina,
theneo ensl mi ehalns to pnint of commencement,
(;ueon Charlotte lalanda Land District ���Diatrict ot
Bkaana
Take noliw thai 1, John MoLood of Vancouver,
1 ccupatlon broker, Intent! to npply fo permittHlan
to proipaot for coal and potroleum on tho following
described land;
Commencing at a poat planted eight mllea aouth
ami two weal ol tho mouth of Tl-ol lllver and
markad J. McL., N. W. Corner, No. 41, thence
aouth HO chalna, thence weat 80 chalna, thence
north 80 chnina, thencc eaat HO chalna tn point
Take notice that I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation bruker, Intend to apply for permiaaion
to proHpect for coal and petroleum on tho following j
deacrihed land:
Commencing at a poat plant etl about two milot*
north and two milea west ot the moulh of thn
Tl-el Uiver and marked J McL. N. W. Corner,
No. 61, thonco aouth HO halna, thenco weal HO
chaina, thonc.- north H0 chalna, thenci' eait HO
chainn to point o! commencement containing
640 acrea, more or leaa.
Dated Fob. 25, 1911. JOHN Mcl.KOD
Pub. Feb. 27. T. K. Walter. Agent
Quoon Charlotte Islanda Land Diatriet���Diatrle  "f
Skeona
Tako notice that I, John Method of Vancouver
occupation brokor, Intond to apply for permission
to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following
described land:
Commoncing at a post planted eight mllea nouth
and a wo west of the mouth of Tl-el Hiver and
marked J. McL., S. W. Cornor, No. B9, thonce
north 80 chuins thonce oaat 80 chnins, thence
sout   HO chains, thenco woat HO chainn to point of
PAUL BRBNDL1R.
Dated March 7, 1911.
First insertion March 11
Skeona Land District���Dlstricl ot Coaat Uange I
Tuko notice that Mary Ball Henton ol Vnncou
vor, 11. ('., occupation spinater, Intandi to upply
(or permiaaion to purchuse the following deacrilied
landa:
Commencing nt a noat plnnted nt thn north
eaa'. corner of Lot :i!iS0, thenco about *.H) chnina
north to Lot 1723, thence HO chnina west t< Lot
B982, thence about 80 chains south to .Lot 8981,
thence 10 chains oast, thonce 20 chains south to
Lot 682, thonco 20 chains east, thonce 20 chains
north,  thence  20  chains eaal  to   point   of  corn-
of commencement;   containing 640 acroa, more or I commencement;    containing  640  acres,   more or 1 tnonPepaantj containing ago acrea more or less. THK   PRINCE   RUPERT   OPTIMIST
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3rd Ave., Prince Rupert
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REDUCTIONS IN HOUSE FURNISHINGS
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for balance of the month of April
commencing Monday. Uth April.      We have now a complete line of House Fur
nishings for your spring requirements
S 115 and 20
Per Cent
OF NEW HOUSE FURNISHINGS JUST ARRIVED.    We especially invite your inspection to see the good values in cheap. m^
high grade furniture.     Our second floor is now turned over to our carpets, squares and drapery and we carry a large up-to-date assortment.
 A visit will convince you of this fact.    Wiltons. Carpet  Squares. Axminster, Brussds and Tap��Stty,Curtate,"JJ^J^^^SS
Mutlins Cretonns Etc.. Brass Curtain Rods and Trimmings of every requirement.    REMEMBER OUR  15 AND  20 PER CENT. REDUCTION FOR TfflS MONTH 1 OK CASH
3 CARLOADS
Muslins. Cretonns. Etc.. Brass curtain kous ana irimming*.ui cvciy i^uuwiu.    ��v4**��*g,��a������ ww��  .* . --  - --* -���-* -���  - -- discount
High grade furniture consisting of Dressers. Commodes. Chiffonniers in solid quarter cut oak. and leather upholstered chairs in solid oak receive a ZO per cent discount
Dressers, Quarter Oak
$65.00 Dresser, early English, Iwge bevel mirror.
Bize 40x30, 8 small drawers top, Co AA
2 large drawers bottom; Bale price OtmoVv
$26.00 Dressing Table to match above dresser,
early English, size et* mirror 20 x on A A
24, sale price       L\J.*J*J
$26.00 Dressing Table, golden oak. wax finish.
size   of   mirror   20 x  24,   sale  OA  A A
38.50 Chiffonnier, golden quarter cut oak. 5 drawers and hat compartment, oval oa OA
British mirror: sale price ��J v.Ov
35.00 Chiffonnier, quarter cut oak, with li drawers,
fancy oval
Salf price
mirror.
28.00
price
Surfaced Oak Dressers
Chiffonniers
J0.00 Chiffonnier, surfaced oak, 5 draw
compartment, square bevel mirror:
sale price	
l'J.">0 Chiffonnier, surfaced oak golden,
mirror, ii largedrawers, size of ta.p
3-1x20. serpentine front, sale price
21.00 Chiffonnier, surfaced oak goldc
above with larger shaped mirror:
sale price
11.00 Washstand with mirror attached
surfaced oak.  sale price
ers and hat
17.00
oval British
19.00
n. same as
20.50
8.50
20.00 Dinner Wagon in golden quartered oak or
early English highly polished with long
drawer and shelf at bottom:   sale   |/��   AA
price
$65.00 Princess Dresser, quarter cut oak. golden,
with 0 small side drawers and 1 lar.ee drawer
at bottom, oval British mirror, size Co A A
46 \ 20, sale price OL.\J*J
$55.0d Dresser, qurrter oak, golden, 2 small top
drawers and two large bottom drawers, oval
front shape with large British a a aa
bevel mirror, sale price "�����""
60.00 Mahogany Dresser, wax finish, large oval
mirror, size 30 x 40, 2 top drawers AC* aa
and 1 large drawer, sale price ��0'""
-15.00 Mahogany Dresser, wax finish, large shaped
mirror, size 38 x 19, serpentine front. 2
small drawers and 1 large drawer, o/�� aa
sale price JU.UU
Chiffonniers,   Quarter Cut
Oak
45.00 Chiffonnier, golden quarter oak, 6 drawers,
shapely   British mirror,  si::e  of
glass 21 x 18; sale price
45.00 Chiffonnier, same as above, with 5 drawers
and oval mirror
Sale price
36.00
:i 5 drawers
36.00
lS.."io Dresser and Stand, surfaced oak.   hardwood
golden finish,  bevel  minor,
drawers: sale price
10.50 Dresser and Stand,  surfaced oak golden,
size of mirror bevel 16 x 'lit.  three
drawers to dresser: sale price ...
25.00 Dresser and Stand, surfaced oak golden,
oval mirrors, 3 drawers to dresser:  sale price
3400 Dresser and Stand, surfaced oak golden, 2
top shaped drawers and 2 larjro drawers at
bottom, large oval British mirror;
sale price	
���12.00 Dresser and Stand, surfaced oak. size of top
���12 x 20. serpentine front with -1 drawers, oval
British bevel mirror, size 2-1 x 30
sale price
17.00 Combination Dresser, surfaced oak. size of
mirror 14 x 24. 3 drawers and commode compartment, size of tops 18 x 39 tow- 1J f* A
el bar, side of glass; sale price WtWW
14.50 Combination Dresser, surfaced oak, size of
mirror 14 x 24, 1 top drawer and double cm-
mode compartment, towel hanger
side of mirror: sale price
""" 15.75
ik golden,
17.50
ik golden,
21.00
���; golden, 2
Irawers at
29.00
size of top
awers. oval
35.50
12.50
FOR THE DINING ROOM
Buffets
30.1W Surfaced Oak Buffet, early English or golden
oak finish, shelf above mirror. 3 drawers and
double cupboard compartments, size of glass
beveled 36 x 12 or   |-A
sale price 1*0*0"
50.00 Buffet, solid quarter cut oak. 4 different styles for choice, some leaded light fronts anil
others with solid oak swell front panels, three
drawers and cupboards, sale
price
55.00 Buffet, quarter cut oak. leaded light and mirror top. plush lined drawers and A A A A
cupboard compartment: sale price ll��vw
60.00 Buffet, quarter cut oak. in either early English or golden oak finish, large bevel mirrors,
3 drawers. 1 lined for silvei ware &
cupboard compartment: sale price
70.00 Buffet and China Cabinet combined, golden
quarter cut, oak, glass sides and oval leaded
light door and  front  with three drawers at
40.00
48.00
Dining Room Tables
15.00 Dining Table, pedestal leg, surfaced oak golden. 6 ft. extension, round top, IO CC
sale price IL.OO
15.00 Dining Table, surfaced oak golden polished,
turned legs. 6 ft. extension, sale IO *tP
price 14. I U
12.IK) Dining Table, elm golden finish, 6 A C A
foot extension, sale price *7*0*J
2ii.un Dining Table, solid oak polished, turned legs,
ti foot extension, golden finish. 1/�� A A
sale price 10.UU
30.00 Dining Table, quarter cut oak. round top, 8 ft.
extension, early English finish. Oi (\C\
sale price L*t,\J\J
35.(Mi Dining Table, quarter cut oak. square top. golden finish, legs of this table quar- O O f\f\
ter cut. 8 ft. extension: sale price  bOiVw
40.00 Dining Table, large pedestal centre support.
early English quarter cut oak OO AA
throughout. S ft ex.. sale price     OL*\J\J
45.00 Dining Table, large pedestal centre support,
36.00
8 ft.   extension,  early  English
quarter cut oak. sale price
bottom, reflection mirror inside ami
British bevel mirror top, sale price
56.00
60.00 Dining Table, pedestal centre, large claw-
foot 8 ft. extension, early English An AA
finish quarter oak, sale price ��� ��� ���""
These pedestal tables are the highest grade goods
on the market and at their reductions
cannot be beat
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Carpet Squares-All Grades Axminster Carpet Squares   Draperies for Spring Clean Up
.30
.40
.50
.55
.75
Tapestry, Brutsi Is, Velvets, Axminstera and Wiltons.  These
a,-.>i>al.< wa- import direct  from the Scotch and I"
manufacturers, and at i!.a' price stiata.-,! will convinci ye i
aif the val K -
7.60 Tapestry Square, lise 6 ft. *'* In. by 9 ft.   cm.
Sale Price O.UU
i'.OO Tapestry Square, better grade, ilze 6 ft. ii in
!>v !' ft . Sale Price 	
10.00 Tapestry Square
Sa!a> Price
site '.' feel
7.50
feet,   g>00
Yam all know the wearing quality of the heavy Axmii iter
Wc bave them in all >i.:cs at prices lower, where quality
is tlat* consideration, than has ever been offered in our
city before,   Come and inspect them.
22.50 Axminster Square, siz,- >i feet !��� incl
9 feet, Sale 1'ri.v  	
* " i Av il isti:  Square, size ;��� feat by '.��� fa-,:.
Sale Price       '
\\"   iter Square, site 9 feet by 1" feet
8 inches, Sale Price
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11.00Tapestry Square, better grade, site '.' feet n (in
by 9 feet, Sale Price       17.UU
U.00 Tapestry Square, No. 1-A, site 9 feet by
9 feet. Safe price       '.
16.00 Tapestry Square,  No. 1-A. si.-e s< feet Into feet ta Inches, Sale Price 	
18.00  rapestry Square, No. 1-A, site 9 feet by
10 feet t"> inches, Sale Price	
���������>��� Square, No, 1-A, site 9 feet by
12 fi et, Sale Price	
The above list of Tapestr) squares wi carry in all colors to
harmonise with your room treatment. We invite you to
sea- our new >q lares just open out.
U.00
12.00
14.00
16.00
i'J.,'0 Velvet Carpet Squares, tite 9 feet by  12
feet, Sale price  	
18.00
23.00
" 26.00
r: 27.50
6.00 Axminster Hearth Rugs, lite M inches by 27 ���**}_*
inches. Sale Price  ti. I J
3.75 Velvet Wilton Rug, size 64 inches by '.1 ins.. <J   AA
Sale Price             O.UU
3.00 Dudley Rug, tite H inchet by :'T inches. Sale
Regular i"*- yard Madras, plain white, double width
sal,' price. ; aT yard 	
Regular 60c yard Madras, li^ht preen with dotted
mutlin elfa'Ct, Sale Price, per yard    	
Regular 66c yard Madras, light preen ground mixed
with dark preen effect for relief. Sale Price, yd.
Regular Toe yard Madras, gold ground, anal deep
pold and green relief, Sale Price, per yard	
Regular 1.00 yard Madras, ecru ground with green
stripe, black lieur-de-lis centre. Ssie Price, vanl
Kep. 4'ac reversible Scrim, ecru pround, deep brawn
nnd pold effect, and a dozen other different patterns and colors. Sale price, per yard	
Repular 26c Fancy Colored Muslins. Sale Price,
per yard	
Regular 4."c 9hallayt cream pround and floral pattern In centre. Sale Price, per yard 	
Lace Curtains
Kepular l.T.'a I.ace Curtains, white,  :l yd. length,
Sale Pric,-. par pair 	
Kepular 2.'.'. I..,. ���  ('urtains, whit,-. :! yd. length.
Sale Price, per pair	
Regular 8.26 Lace Curtains, white, 8 yd. length,
Sale Pric. per pair 	
Repular 4.00 Lw tt Curtains, white,  3  yd, la'iipth,
Sale price, per pair	
Repular 5.60 Hon Prima. Curtains, used for  large
sinple window, size 4 feet li inches hy :, f,.,.,
fancy overlaid borders, Sale price.,,,
1.25
1.75
2.25
2.75
2.00 Velvet Rugs, size M inches by 27 Inches, Sale
Price
2.25
1.50
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?Q fancy overlaid l.nrders. Sale price.    ' ' 4.UU
1Q   Rep  8.28 l.ar.; Curtains. Applique. ,11-2yds. I,,,,... F   mm
.10 heavy worked l-.r,l,r. Sale Price  5.75
.30 K"u"i,r^I.'pnce:'pri;::irSwirN,',-,r"118.oo
Sash Curtain Goods by the Yard ^li-WBWtafifflEtt 9.50
Space in this advertisement will not allow ns to enumi rate
all the values we have to aHlvr. The prices quoted on
these rugs are for l| Ot cash.
Regular We White Madras, lloral and dotted pattern
with loaap attachment to insert hrass rods, three     O r
different dealgM, Sale Price, per yard  . L D
Repular l"e  White  Muslin.  SO inches wide. Sala-     *_ r
Price, )>er yard     .CJ
Repular 36c  Muslin,  stripe, all white. Sale Prica',
per yard	
.20
Rep. 20.00 Battenburg Late Curtains, neat car-   t *   ,___
ner patterns, all hand Worked, Sale Price,       1 4.UU
R^^ls^^la1fe5r?!r.^^r!!!^^.i"c,:!? .50
YES!   We re-coyer your upholstered chairs and couches  for   spring  clean-up.     Come and choose vour covers     We have �� e,nnA ..,���..
Prices.   We stock Red, White and Green Felts, Silence Cloths to protect table tops. Wall BuSaos-Breen and   red    \*ZLT*TiT 1"    t0 ~e}~Qt from  at  Sale
Comforts, Sheets, Pillow., Door Mats-all kinds and qualities, Japanese Matting.^.I Sl pUcSVl"fper ^Au^nd^fCte^th.IUld  fanCy'   B'anket8'
600   -   SIX HUNDRED IRON BEDS   ������   600     ,     4 Styles Babys^ Iron Cribs With Hid, Sliding SiJM
Now in stock.   30 different deaipM    \iUi-A.. Z . ,,.:.        ; "TT  \l  ' *  ������..ii&J1   ^"Qing   MdeS
reduction to end of kr*r\\.   M.,,.,...,:  .. , .. >.,intl P"?68*    A special 15 per cent. () Also ttmr -*v\t*m ,-f PaU������ r_.,.r....t.. ���n .��� ���n ... .. . 	
Now in stuck.   30 different deaiirns     mi   ��� I
reduction to end of April.    MattreLsa *r*A i^^-Z '^u08'    h 8lx>dal 15 Per Ct>nt
We have them to tit any bed desired '  mgS W,U   recelve ll   like Auction
Also four styles of Folding Go-Carts all to sell at the Rnecinl IR , ',       !���
tion.   Mattresses made to fit baby cribs in hair, moss.' Sock   i,7n "?Uu"
celsior with fancy art ticking.   Choose your own coin ���           '  Cotton Bnd ('x"
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to Bubjects of special interest to women. Any and all of thu ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to tuke part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Cornar" will fill a social need.     ���
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MONTREAL
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Distributors for Northern British Columbia
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MEN'S FURNISHINGS   BUILDING SUPPLIES
OH   MOYA   COME OUT
The snow lias almost gone an' the
sky is blue an' clear,
lAn1  the  bulbs are  pushin'  their
green tops out .iv the ground,
I While a gurglin' robin is fillin' the
air will sweet sound.
Down at the ind av the garden,
the rhubarb's little red heads
Are peeptn' out at the sunlight
from their cold, dark, winter beds
The   lilac   buds  are  swellin'   an'
sparrows build in the eaves,
And  the wind is havin' a frolic,
aroon, wid last year's leaves.
The duck an' geese are flyin' in V's
over the sea-bound river,
Will a swish av wings as they pass,
makin' the soft air quiver.
A hundett av little streams run
frum the banks av snow,
An'  the western sky is a glory,
aroon, when the sun sinks low.
What  d'ye say, ma colleen, it's
1 good lo live?   Ad' true:
It's grand to wish for Cod's sweet
spring wid the childer an' you.
���Garrett O'Connor
We supply Farmhouses, Camps, Mines, and
save the buyer money.
Write for our   Price   List
Mail orders recsive prompt attention
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WE   HAVE   BUYERS  FOR  LOTS IN
STEWART
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers, Prince Rupert and Stewart, B. C.
Agents for Stewart Land Company,   Limited
Royal Bank of Canada
Hkad Omen: MONTREAL. Estahi.ishkp IS60.
Capital, (6,200,000
Surplua, $7,200,000
Total A.M-t.. $92,500,000
Savings Hank D.partmcnt, $1 will o|n-n an sccounL
BruidlM throURliout Canmla anal BankiiiK Connection* with all part* of th*
United Stales.
Agents throughout the world.
II. I'. WILSON, Mwager. Prince Rupert Branch.
The House of Good Values
Jabour Bros.
Third Ave.
We have no rent to pay; we buy for cash in the very best
markets; we look after the business ourselves
And Our Customers Get the BENEFIT
Hoots, Clothing, Dry Goods, Everything to suit the Country; and the prices are right.
('ome and see our new consignment of Footwear.  Every-
Hiing from Dancing Slippers to Prospectors Ironclad boots
"The House of Good Values"
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A  BROWNING COURTSHIP
By Alice L  Fnirweather
January 1st, 19���.1 have decided to keep a dairy. It is
to he no mcri' record of events,
Imt my own impressions anil opinions of books, people anil places.
1 wish to he able to judge whether
my character is improving or
otherwise-, whether I am broadening, or growing narrower in mind.
"The end, whether reached or
not, makes great lhe life." What
an inspirer Browning is. I will
try to read more good Iwiks
and poetry, as I promised dear
Miss Riddel when I left school last
year. ,
January 3rd���One resolution
broken already. I meant to write
in you, my diary, every day, but
many interruptions today prevented mc. How my social life
interferes with the very studious,
earnest life I would lead, and yet,
one cannot withdraw from thc
world. I might have stayed home
from Madge Hunt's tea this afternoon, but after all, one owes
a certain duty to one's social
|x>sition. (I am trying to avoid
too many I's, but thai impersonal
pronoun is hiird lo manage.)
January .5th���Meant to read
"A Soul's Tragedy," but felt loo
tired tonight, so have just finished
j'True Till Death." It may not
improve my mind, but it is a
beautiful portrayal of thc brightest
emotion the human breast is capable of: Love. I wonder if I
could love as that man and woman
did, and if I could be true through
long years of waiting.
"I  wait  for my story, thc birds
cannot sing it.
Not one as hc sits on the tree.
The hells cannot ring it, but long
years, oh bring it
Such as 1 wish it to be."
January   Hth���I  feel   I   will  not
bind myself down to writing every
day, but only when 1 have something very imnportat to record.
January 12th- Last night Harold brought a college friend M
dinner. He has come from a
small town in the west to practice
law in our city. Rather a handsome man with fair, curly hair,
gray eyes and a strong chin. He
seems determined to win recognition in his profession, and one
feels that he will succeed in whatever he undertakes. He is well
educated, very well read and intensely tnusiciil.
I have devoted almost a page
to Mr. Hamilton, but my diary
was to record my impressions of
people as well as of books and
events.
January Kith���Have l>een reading Tennyson with Mr. Hamilton.
He docs not care for Browning ns
I dn, but I hopi to lead him lo
the nobler \**cl. Tennyson is
very musical and appeals to th.it
side of his nature, but Browning
reaches thc soul. Mr. Hamilton
reads aloud very well.
January Iflth Have begun to
read letters between Mr. and
Mrs. Browning. What ideal lovers     tllPV      aaa'li' 1 t.i a a.1,1      maalra.a.
ing the library door and hearing
Mr. Hamilton say "my dearest."
It was in the "l.i'iters" of course,
but a brother never does under-,
stand. It seems odd^that a
stranger seems to appreciate one's
liner feelings better than those
who have known one all her life.
February 7th We have finished
the letters and gone to lhe poems
themselves. Jack feels lhat he
will understand the poems better,
now that he seems in know more
of the poet, as one cannot help
but feel after reading those outpourings of the Mini which he sent
his beloved.
February Hth I am proud of
my convert. He is able to explain
many passages I could never grasp
thc meaning of. lie thinks deeply
anil seems to feel deeply. I found
his card ''Violets blue as your
eyes" written on il. My eyes are
gray and the violets are purple,
but the thought was beautiful.
March 21st-
"Bc a god and hold me
Willi a charm
Be a man and fold me
With thine arm."
Jack did!
March 23rd I will paste in
this clipping from the "Times,"
for 1 am too happy to write:
"Mrs. P. Vanderdecken announces the engagement of her daughter, Mae, to John Hamilton of
Centreville, Manitoba."
We're going to Florence on a
Browning Pilgrimage for our wedding trip.
Hospital  Ball
Don't forget the Hospital Dance
on Tuesday, April 1 Sth, in thc
Mclntyre Hall. Tickets |2 from
any of the ladies, Ormes' or
Keeley's drug sions. til
PRINCE RUPERT iNN
AND
ANNEX
Owned anil operated by thc
Granil Trunk Pacific Railway on
Ui.' American and European plan.
Excellently furnished, with
steam heat, electric light, and all
modern conveniences, being absolutely first-clam In every respect.
The appointment* and service
are equal to any hotel on thc
coast
Rales: $1 lo $3.50 per day.
G. A. Sweet, Manager.
ss. Prince Rupert
Said for Stewart, Thursday!, 8.00 a m.
Sails for
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Fridays, at 8.00 a.m.
���s. Prince Albert sails for Port   Simpson, Naas River Pointa, Masset,
Naden Harbor,   every  Wednesday, 1.00 p.m.
antl for:
Refuge Hay,   Skidegate,   Queen
Churlotte City,   Lockeport,   I'u-
I'aifi, .ledway,   Ikeda Hay,   Rose
Harbor and  return  via  Queen
Charlotte City every Saturday,
1.00 p.m.
The  Gamut Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains over its
double  track route  between  Chicago,
Toronto,   Montreal,   Quebec,   Halifax,
Portland, Huston, New York and Philadelphia.    Information   and tickets  obtainable from the office hereunder mentioned.    Trans-Atlantic bookings by all
lines arranged.
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER AGENT
NOT BROWNING
But a Fair Mark for Cupid Just
jjjj [j the Same
'.  ������:s
Ihe Canadian Northern Steamship Company is receiving main'
applications from English girls,
who, as one puts it, would like
to come to Canada "to lie a
prospective bride." From a batch
of letters written hy young women,
here is one taken at random, and
much like the rest of them:
"I am an English girl and would
like to go to Canada, and I would
like a young man for my husband,
and my age is 20 in the third of
may. Pleas let me know il you
advance the passage fare. II
you do write back and let me
know when you want me to come,
So I will close xxxxxx with fond
love anil kisses, because ! am a
poor girl and I would like
somewhere from home because
we are thirteen in famley with
father and mother, and we have
six sisters if you would like more
than one from the same famley."
ROGERS & BLACK
WHOLESALE   DEALERS  IN���
liinliliiaa'   Material,    Cement,    Liane.
Hair-fibre Plaster, Coke, Blacksmith
Coal,   Common Brick, I
Presstd Brick
Shingles, Lath, New Wellington Coal
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY I'll.I.Mi        I
Ste Us fnr Prices.
Phone No. 116
FAMOUS PRINCESS LINE
Piintorium Pioneer Cleaners,  'Phone4
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO.  63
Meets in the Helgerson Hlock
Every Tuesday Evening
All   memhers  of   the   order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge,
(!. s. JOHNSTONE, N.i;.
H. MORTON, Secretary.
~-__E.   EBY   <&   Co.^��
REAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM ��� - B. C
9
^F
Canadian Pacific
Railway Company
B.C. Coust S.S. Service
"PRINCESS  MAY"
Northbound Apr. 17-Southbound Apr. 21
Train   for   Winnipeg   and   Toronto
leaves Vancouver 9 a.m. daily.
Imperial Limited, best train across
the continent, leaves Vancouver daily
H.45 p.m. Carries compartment observation cars. The lineBt car on any
road anywhere.
AKent for all Atlantic Steamship
lines. Tickets to and from European
points.
HONEY
Sweet is the breath of Spring,
but sweeter far,
Tlie Honey Lawson sells in
can or jar;
From    California's    Blopes   to
Artie Dawson
You'll (jet the flowers' toll
from Honey Lawson.
PRINCE RUPERT WAREHOUSING AND
FORWARDING COMPANY
Piriat Ave.
Near McBtadaa
Forwarding,   Distributing  and
Shipping  Agents.
Storage of Baggage and Household Goods a Specialty,
-AT   LOWEST   RATES-
LaWSOIl, Phone 155 Douglas Sutherland, Mgr.
P. O. Box 907
Phone 262
J. G. McNab
General Agenl
ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
ELECTRIC WIRING
IN BOTH  PRIVATE ANI) BV81NB88 HOUSES
F. W. HART
UNDERTAKER ft KMKALMER
STOCK   COMI'LKTE
Do You Want to Invest in the
Best Mining Proposition
in British Columbia?
Work performed by experts only.
A lirst class job is guaranteed in
every instance.
A large stock of Chandeliers  anil
Fittings carried.
We are selling shares in the
salmon bear river mining coy. Ltd. H. W. Blakely - Electrican
..Grand Hotel..
WORKINGMAN'S HOME
Spring Beds, clean White Sheets  25c
Rooms 50c
BEST  IN  TOWN   FOR   THE   MONEY
J. GOODMAN. Proprietor
At a price that will maka? you money
Third Ave.
Near Sixth
..Easter Flowers..
Irnh Cut Blooms from Victoria
WK OFFER FOR A SHORT TIME
2000 Shares
For $55.00
Payable $13.75 Cash
BalaiM. 3, 6 aanH 9 Monlh.
Assays of thc ore run from $25.00 to  J\^ WeSthofalie   LUfflber   Co
$2000 per  ton.
ARTIC
STUDIO
It will pay you to investigate this proposition   at  once.
-FOR PROSPECTUS APPLY���
0. B. Bush & Company
Prince Rupert
2nd Ave
Aln.M.Maanion B.A..     W.K.WIIIIama,H.A..LX.D.    SIXTH    STREET
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 2%
I'rince Rupert, B.C
LIMITED
-WE HANDLE ALL KINDS OF-
BUILDING SUPPLIES
First Avenue Telephone 186
PHONE 294 C.REKN P.O. BOX 700
n   A. L. WATKINS
Plumbing   :   Steamfitting
Thiral Ave, l��>t*��*n Tth atrial Sth SU.
Over B.C. Rakcrv PRINCE RUPERT. B.C
w. j. McCutcheon
l'iar I..: ruin 11 I.I <��� ataacla uf Druiraa.    Special
attention paid tai Ailing prescription..
Theatre Block Pnra No. ?��Second kn.
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Fruit   :   Produce    :    Feed
WHOLESALE
PRINa
e rupert H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave.
THE
Royal Hotel
Cor. Third Avenue and Stxih St.
The 1   net Rtnonn.
I  la"    I  ���   ��t     .���.|IM|>l"-'i
���ml steam heated
Hot and cold bath*.
Dining   room  and
restaurant
Corley & Burgess, Props
W. I.. BARKER
Architect
Second aveu.ie and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
MUNRO  &   LA1I.EY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
Timber Cruisers   and Mining Engineers
CH**-*. JHE      IROQUOIS
Rover Boat House. POOL
(MOD, REUABLE  :::     M       , ,���      . .
. ......m~      None but  f,obor  llMd E.iKlish and American Billiards
LAUNHES    ���-�����*?����
employed.
Twelve Tallies
Second Avp.
Electric Wiring
and
BOWLING,
Supplies
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:-  AUDI10R8 A       T      D 1   * P     /""
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 280  A.    I .   I  arKlIl  OC  \-*0.
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 361
Centre Street.
BILLIARDS
nnd POOL
| t Alley: 7TaMc��.     A  �����al cxar-
��� ,.:���    A clean *port.    Laalia<* every
B nfterni*>n.      Ncwanaan   lll.ta-k.   lao-
l�� tWMB "th and Tth Si'
Z   no Mi'iu.i    "'���      PfOpfWttV anal Mannarer
b4444*t444444*l444444444444*i
What to Wear
7
We have made a social effort
to secure the most suitahle
clothes for the climatic conditions of the interior.
Before |*oinR up river come
���nil see us and we will show you
what is necessary in the line of
Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Underwear, Topshirts, Etc.
OUR motto:
We serve ourselves better
by   s.rvlnR   others   best.
ALFRED CARSS,         C. V. BENNETT, B.A.
ot British Cailumtala tt B.C.. Ontario, Sn.-
and Manitoba Bara. katrhawaaa   and   Al
* Iberta Bara.
CARSS & BENNETT.
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
OfTlce-Exrhanire blocla, enrner Third avenue and
Sixth ilreet. Prince RiinerL 8
1836
1911
WM. S. HALL, L.D. S., U. U.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental opcrattainia skilfully treated. Oaa and
local ananthellcK administered for the taainleaa extraction of teeth. CamaulUatlon free. Offices:
Helirorion Block. Prince Rupert. 11-12
Grossman &Soskin
HANDASYDE   C8b  HURT
	
AOKNTS   POI   RTKRI..    MAt'HINKRY
...AND    I'ONTIUmalW    SIIPN.IKS...
P. O. Box 436 - Office 3rd .nd Fulton
r_nmnUu   ���   Outfitter*   ���   *.o
M.
P. O. BOX 23 PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
Tl.' �� ^UOtl
1 ��� lt/i I -.If.
The Dank oi
British North America
75 Ytari In lailaru.
Capital  .nd  Reserve Over $7,300,000
Banking by Mall
is a 'gTeat convenience to those
who live some distance from
town.
Deposlti may be sent In, cash,
drawn, or other business transacted by Mail, without any
���rouble or delay,
Write or ask our Local Manager to explain our system to
you.
Prince Ruocrt Branch
SEALED TENDERS nddreased ta the under-
���djrnod, anil endorsed "Tender for Kxnmlntnit
Warehouse, Vancouver, ll.C.," will be received
unttU.OOp.m. nn Monday, April 24th. 1911. for
the construction of an Examining Warehouae,
Vancouver, H. C.
PWns, spoftitloalion and form of contract can be
aeen and form* of tender obtained at the office* of
Mr J.K. Cyr, Superintendent of Public Build-
Iflgl far Manitoba. Post Office RuHdinir, Winnipeg, Man., Mr. Wm. Henderson. Hmident Archt-
- tecl. Victoria. H.C, at the Poat Office, Vancuuver
and at thia Department.
PtrtODI tendering are notified that tender* will
not bo considered unleaa mnde on the printed
form* supplied, and aliened with their act unl signature*, statlnv their occupation* and places of
residence. In the case of firms, the actual siirna-
ture, tho nature of the occuiiation and place of
residence of ea<-h meml>er of the firm must be
Kiven.
Each tender muit lie accompanied by an ac-
repted cheque on a chartered hnnk. payable to
the ordW n the Honourable the Minister of Public Work*, equal to (en per cent. Un p.c.) of the
amount of the tender, which will lie forfeited If
the person tendering decline to enter into a MB*
trad when called upon In do ao, or fall to complete the work contracted for. If the tender lie
not accepted the cheque will lie returned.
Tho Department doe* not hind it*elf to accpi
the loweat or nny tender.
Hy order,
U. 0. DKSHOCMKKS.
Department M Public Works.                   Secretary
OUjiu-il. March ^mL 1911        ��� THE    I'RINCE   RUPERT    0 1' T I .M I S T
m���. + J..-W. +
120c j i 20c |
I i       i 1
Special Bargains
I *     j���*
120c j j 20c j
4m4**>M**Mt]i +.-��-..���...���.+
. V.   .      .  '. VV ���      ���
&&*'.������*'���,������}': :���.*���*!
. .       . :
.
We are putting "ON SALE"
for ti few days only, an assortment nf very pretty aups and
���Buoen m u<ii- a cup ami sniieer.
Thia is n recent purchase of curs
which we secured at a bargain,
and we urr going I" K'ivo our customers the benefit of it. There
are IS dogen in tha' lot and they
come in six different patterns.
These cups are generally sold at
from 30 to IU cents each and we
shall mark tlu'tn at these prices
should any be left when they are
withdrawn from side: but we believe our customers have only to
sea- them to clean up the lot at
the pri'sa'nt special p Ice  of  20c.
Condensed Advertisements.
ARH You IN NEED OF HELP? Uo you waat
** to buy. ot will or hire, or loin? Try The
Opttmtit Gondaniod Ad. route.
poUNU-A Rudfft-Whitwqrt bloyolfl wrench,
1    Apply it Opnmlrt ""������
IJOUREE
11   ad. a
t Offta
VVANTED-Furntihtxi or unfurnlih-
otlrootni. if locution uml Price mil
ne I wfll rent them myMlf and pay rent ��n advance, no waiting no Hating* Phone ma today���
Black 08 -Uncle Jerrj T2-tf
Till; British Union and National Fire Inaurance
-1 Companj of London, England) with capital
nf $2,6oo,(Ki0.ou, Bee us for ruteH. The Maok
Realty and Iniuranco Company, TO-tf
IX/ANTED   Room un.l boari In private family
W    x.M . Optlmlit Office. M
WANTED' Houae, 4 pr 6 rooms and bath, fur.
nfshod or unfurnished, at once,
Optlmlit Box X,
Apply *-i
67-tf
WANTED   Woman or young man toaaalatli
kitchen    Wagee $35 per month with room
Api-Iv P. R. General Hospital, 81-tf
WANTED   Km-
ena River,   ��i
noed watchmaker for Sk*>
i wagei paid,   -Must huve
Appij p. o. b   ������'���        Bi-aa
OUR SPECIALTY Fire Inaurance, Werepre*
���ent eleven strong Fire Iniuranoa Compan-
lea, Wa want your bull new, large and imall.
Let uaquote you i it rheMaok Realty and ln-
lurance Company, ���-    rdAve and Fulton 3t   Tn
Wanted
Sec
price
and hami
Apply i.
uh    ���
p.O r
-u-r: itata
. iss.
ti'tlii"   ami
S3-S4
Wat
>ted
A
Mrs
good   (o
C. V. B
in ral
mnett
Servant,
5th Ave.
Apply i"
78-6
HAD BOWLING MATCH
G. T. P. Team Beat Their Rivals
in Good Conta-'st
When the bowling match between .i team of G, T, P. men
and a team of Foley, Welch a*
Stewart's employees ended lasl
nighi the <i. T. P. aggregation
were the winners by 143 pins.
The bowling took place in Morrison's alleys, The scores were:
fli'li >.\ Stewart Team
Foley, Well
McArthur
Cameron
Malm berg
Johnston
Stenstrom
Total sci i.
107
132
lis
100
102
158
128
153
149
201
102
L20
Kill'
ITEMS   OF
..+.-
J.
SPORT
WIZARD OF THE CUE
Ml
134
120
162
139
ITS
213
111
ins
169
162
125
139
it:;
170
S. O. E. B. S.
Thi' Prim
Bnffland. m
a'ach month
.���   It itii-rt   LodM,  No.  818,  Suns  "I'
ruthaflrit aanal tlaar.l Tin���lays In
n ilu- Carpi'iitiTi Hall, nt 8 p tti.
F, V. CLARK. Sre.
P. ii. Box818. Print*Rupert
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
G. T. P. Team
C'i-.iikI.iII
Holtby
Madcr ,.
Melville
Edy.
Total scon  2384
The iv! v ii game will be played
in Morrisoi - alleys next Friday
nielli and ihen the F. W., & S
outfit swear revenge,
Edy was the pilot of the Trunks
.md Stenstrom bossed the contractors.
.
���'
...     .   .
H. S. Wallace Co'y.
Ltd.
1                  Dry Coodi. Chin��ware, Etc
1   Fulton Street and Third A
'eniift.
���|.!.>'ln>|
i.)lljJ,|   111   UIOOJ   l'A\   |B3Uy   .)![ 1   111
iqSiuoi ssoujsnq < ��| > \\\a\ i|.mn[ u.i
���1��a8.^IIPH ��wdnj|n��qanoqiiv
Watches
Wa- curry a complete line of
Longine
Hamilton
Vanguard
Howard
WATCHES
Sizes taa suia..   Styles to satisfy
Prices to please
Briefly, that's our argument
Don't Forget Big Ben
Fines' alarm clock ever sold.
He's in our window.
Heintzman Pianos
C. B. WARK
Jeweller
BkMM Lund l>istnrt    Dlitrlet of Cowl
Ttlu notice Um Qltnn McArthur uf Vancouver,
It. <'.. occupation roal   eatate agwt  Intenda to
apply l*>r permii��i��n ta purchan* (In* tallowing
tjaerlbed landi:
Commeneng at a poet planted 40 chum- w7ii
and 80 chuinn sunth *��f tin* -ninth wi^t corner <'f
Un N��>. 1788 marknl Glenn McArthur'a north-
weat OOrnar, thi>ncv iouUi 10 chains, tbence eu*t
chaini*. thence
. chainn lo po*t
.tllii acri'it men1 nr lea.
Dated Mareh 20, IBU.      GLENN McARTHUR
Pub. Apni is, t. d. Laird. Aaem Thursday,   April   20th,   w hen   a
aTl   ^ttyJfflHfifcii ��*_&   Public installation of ol
Taki*   miner   thai   I,   .lutin   llt-plsirn   in    IUI     i
���Itmltalun,   aaa-a-u|iatiun  fiamia-r.   inlrn.i   laa  uppla    a        .....I,, TlVlrptc
ror |���T,n.v.i���n iii punhn tin- lolloia-ii,: .l.-i-nl     ��t     Ill.llll .        I ll KI I>
l"comm��dM.tap<��pitiiwd.tth.i��irih��1i sale.    A  Bplendid  evening's fun
wrna-r nl l.ul 5983, ili.'iiav MM HUchain*. lhiT.ru   .. nr,., I       Pomp   unl   in.It.  llii- link
nuth ������<��� ebalrn, thanca w��i 2" thut, tktnea assurea.    i nun .inn imp un UW1S
nairth 4n a'tliuti.* tn plan* ol cnfiimi-nca-ma-nt laiiilil   (li.iir   aaa-.il
Daud March 18, nil. Jams HKl'Hi'itN   "t""1 uuir llt-M.
I'ul. April It, 	
Hoo!!   Hoo!!
rhere will be a grand conceri
M"*SSrthM��Vy* **J*^**2S?J3fi and dance given by the Order of
Ht chuinn tu  [m1*!   *n  C"i!iiii��*tic��'iin*nt,   rm. .iimi i. a
Owls in  the K. <if  P.   Hall on
whi'i
fficcra will
in-   now   on
Miss M. Johnstone of Vancouver,   who  luis  been   engaged  as
Ska-a-na Ijanil Dialrici    laistricl a'l I'aaajt llaanua' :.
Taka- Botlca thai I. Clara May Lull,' ol Princa-
KuiH-rt.  B.  C, nccupatiun ipfnstar. Intand  to
appb   Inr   pi-niii-aainn   In   purcha.-!'   tM   (nllnaalli^
''Tilmmnnc":"1;., a pn.. pUnfl a. .ho north*   "���1''l"'r '"   *e  pill,lie  school   lu IV
OMt curniT nl Lnl 1TM, Kalilin .'a, Colat lhalrirt     .. Ill   li.-iv,.   V mi'olllaT  an,    lla,.   ^    <
th��ua .a.-l   4" chains,   ihanca-  imrlh  II  chaina    "'"   uaxl    l.llllllUMr llll   till'  3.   S
tlia-nca'  wa-at.   Ill  chain' thenca-  nnrth  '.'tt chaint.    pt.."lw.,. t'.,.,..,.,. ,,...,   Th...- .1-,..
thanca wwt 10 thalna, thaua aoulh i:. chair.. ...   I,l,1(l  Ijeorgt   IH'M   I lllllsil.i\ .
point   of   communca'ntt'nl,   eonlaining   Hii   acn-*   ___________________________________
mora it lean.
Lia.,.1 April I. I'.'ll.        CLARA MAY LITTLE    .
I'ul.. April It,
6
Bkaana Land Ilialrict    District ol Coaat ItaitKa-
Taka- nnttca- lhal Elilnn S. Da'taailaar ol llaTlin,
Ont.' uccupation tlnctnr, ir.t- t..i- to apply laar
tta-rninaaion to purchaM' tha- :..:...v.. , ila-acriliaHl
landa:
CommencinK at a pnttl plantc-l at ilia- taouth-
mat cnrntT of l.ot I'jiH. thtnen a-aal Hll chain,,
mora' ur !������--. thenca' .nuth It chaina mora- or la-tta,
thenca- aaa-st I" chalna mnre ur le.a. tha-nra- north
I', chaina more or letaa to point of commencement
containing Hll acrea mure ur leaa.
Dated March tl, 1911 ELI mis s. DETW1LER
Putt. April It' John Campla'll, Agent
Skea-na I,antl  Dintrict -Diatrict nl Coaat
Take  notice thai   Mra.  L.  C.  Putnam  ol Sl.
Paul,    Mtnna-anta,   nccupatiun   marrieil    aauman
intemla to apply lair permiaaion to purchaae the
loUowing ilaariIliad lamia:
ComnUdni at a  poat planti'il at the auuthwa-at
cairnerof Un NO. 17:1.1 markeil Mrs 1.. C. Putnam*!.
nnrtlia'aat  corner, Ihenea- weat   to t-hainta,   thenca.
aaiuth   s"  chuina    thence  eaat   III  chaina,   tht-nca-
nnrth SO chaina to jMti>t aif caiimnenca'ment, con
, taming .C" ucra-ti mura- or la-aa.
Datad March -.'tl Hall. MIIS. L. C. PUTNAM
I Puli. April La. Qao. I.   Putnam   Agen
Fred Tallman, who is undoubtedly one of the greatesl pool players
in the world, gave exhibitions
at the Dominion 'Ilu inc. Winnipeg, last week. Mr. Tollman
claims tohold all exhibition records
of ilu; world, and has defeated all
professionals of any kind, and has
played all over the United States
and from coast to coast. I his
pool player has the reputadon
ol winning S20,000 in one night,
when lie played Charles McCort
for the championship in the cit)
nl Pittsburg, in Maj 1902. Two
names were played on the one j
night for a side bet of 110,000 on
eai h game,
Mr. Tallman said the hardest
match he ever played was for the
championship of the world, when
he met Henry P. Stofft, in a game
of 1,500 up. Excitement prevailed
throughdiil the game, and it was
at the finish thai lhe players'
nerves were tested. Tallman wanted 11 while his opponent only
wauled 3, and in the hist stroke
played saife, but l>\ .uood judgment
Tallman got the balls to his liking
and ran out the winner.
These matches were played on
a championship table
his   records   are   as   follows:    77
halls   playing   by   one   hand   at
straight pool.
105 halls playing by two hands,
without a miss.
Mi. Tallman plays 15 or no
couni with one hand, and 15 balls
THE VERY
LATEST
ul tin'
Thlt Is tha newest three button saok for spring 1911. Not.'
the handsome lapels
cut of the skirt        :
Another New One
ilu- correct two-button sack
for tprlng l!��ll-   Hondtome,
sunn  lapels; graceful,   smart
exclusive       :        :       :      ���
SLOAN
AND   COMPANY   &&%
Clothing Specialists    :    Sixth Sl.
(Alder Block)
FOR SALE     x>oooooosoooo<g>oo<>
Section 1
Block 7, lot 8'1, $2500; half caah ami
term! on balance
Block 7, lot 14, |1840; $;��H) cash, balance good terms
lliiitk 88, lots 8 and i, %V-W pr; $2,200
cash.
Block 89, lot!), 11,850; half cash
5x10 and I Block 29, lots 4, 5, 6, $1500 each; 1-4
cash, balance 6, 12, U montlis.
Block 81, lots 17,18,18,600; Mow.
cash; with s-room house ranting
for $40 per month
Section 5
Hlock 22, lots 9, W, $725 each ; 1-2 cash
Hlock 88, lot 5 with small house $840 ;
$5oU cash
Hlock 89,  low  19, 20. $1,860 pr; cash
1550.
or no count with iwo cues, which  Block 2:t. lots 8,4, $1,500pair; 1-8cash
is called Chinese pool.   The chain- ��� ,���   \*}���,vh_ Tr��-o'.,s
. ,' ... Hlock 2a, lot 3fa; $-r)o0 terms,
pion   it-  .un   with   a  challenge  to
, ,     i     -      .i i i   - Section 6
nl.iv anybody in the world in a
gameofoOOto L,000up. r^iL^ " "'"1 ~ W,fl���� "
Hlock 7, lots 30 and 81, $1800 each, half
Don't  bake kread   Rcilly has
the liesl ill town.
COMPANY : REQUISITES
8EAL8
.STOCK CERTIFICATES
STOCK LEDGERS
STOCK JOURNALS
COMPANIES* ACT
Account lniitks nf all   kinds in
stock or made to older. Eveiy-
thing for tho office :
LAND I.KASK NOTICE
Skii'tii I.nii'1 I'M rict    district of Cuwt
Taki*   rmtici* ilutt   Humi*  Miiliinittnn  of   i'rinc*
Ku|H-rt, It. (.'., uccupuhun rnantiT iiiurinrr, int<>n<ln
to  apply  fur   pertniiwiun  to  li>aM>  thi*  fullowint;
iloenlii"! latodii
t'omiut-nritiK at u poxt planteil ulmut Wi) chimin
Miuth of tht iti'li.in Ki-hiTvc on thi- MM Hide nf
(iooM* Uny mi the tix*i t-idi* of tht* iVninouU th<*nc<*
nonh Um chainn ulonit nhurv lo tin- EtatTVl lim*.
tin-no* wii-t ii" cliHii,-< nuiri' or li*tu to tioom* Hay,
theno* It"' rhititii iilimn ihon, th��M MM N
chuins mon* or Un* to [Mil, omtainintc ilu ui*rt-��
mort "r iiwi.
Dated March \ 1811,        HI MK HAHiNtiTuN
Pub. April I.V
McRae Bros., Ltd
2nd Avrnuc and 6th Sl
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Sth Ave , Neaar Imaanuel Place
SIM. ,5 -Down  on   a $315 lot
near Seal Cove, iplend-
id  investment well lo-
cata-il.
Cor. 5th Ave. and laaaaanaael Place
SiiilO Cash handla-s this double
corner. The Cold Stor
Hf*e Plant has made
corner one of the liest
1'iiy.- in town, us an investment it is nd'-
���dga, and   $1110   below
market, 1900.
"Hi Ave., Near Collora St.
$MHI Caah handles this lot lo-
eatetl on water and
sewa-r. perfectly level.
You can't heat it, this
price is $'J5u under the
market, |1600.
Near 4th Ave. and Grant Place
|800���('ash bandies one of tna
best buys in the eity,
riiflit on the bill where
nearly all of the best
residences have been
built, a pretly site and
very cheap, $1101).
4t'h Ave. nnd Cotton St.
11801 Cash handles thisdoubli
' orni r Marh ������ view,
i ��� and close In,
' ��� i'ii i roadway will
be nnlsl -I iii a week
or two end th n
value will |utnp, Invei-
tlgate tin-. 12600,
(nun,    ,- B"����"low   I   1.2 Story
unw* (,ash handlei   ��� pretty
B nintn and bath Bung.
alow, unobitrucUble
view, elou In, one of
the must ili'-airubli- n-a
ideneee In   tin-
15600.
BENZINE BLAZED UP
Skii-nu t-utiil Di.trict    liintrict nl Cnaat
Tuki'  limn-,- Id;,!   William  Munford  I.   I'm	
p   Kujiari.   Ii.  c,  Dccupttlon  pmpMUr,  Intend,
to Hi-lily Inr jH'rtiii-.ainn  in la-ia��' On- folowlni
���   dlaaiDM land*:
I     < -ipi.m. m-iaiK at a *K*\ r-laarata*al almut 1ml chain.
p|naiulli nf ilia-   Imliiati   Hi-M-.i' un llii< i n.i   miIi- uf
in-*-' ltu> itnil nn tin- a-au*t -nil- nf tin- ptnlnttla,
D   llu-rin- ^iniih Hit chains aim.a; ihor., thtnn  *--i
��" chnlni to Oooh lu>. thenc. nortn lion. ihor.
P     BO rliijiri-.   I lit Hi-  \a,->l    10  cllltili. -linn-  nr   Ina*   In
I  PDnUlnlnj 880 a.Tm mam- nr li-iai*.
R I luted Mara-h -. lull.       Wll.l.lAM  Ml MKlil)
**   lul,. April l.i
Bl	
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p Winnipeg Man Burned to Death
B(       in Cleaning Works There
Bi
Bj   Winnipeg, April 16.   J. A. Bu\-
B|ti'r. a dyer and cleaner, was hor-
B
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B   heiizilla     u-el
B in the Xiti.i Streel Works toaay
B Death was speedy though painful
B
B FOUR
rihly burned almut the arms, face,
and linih by an explosion of
for cleaning Fabrics,
MILLION    DOLLARS
SOME
FOLKS
..
...
Huy Mining Stocks, some huy Kaihaaad
Stocks, Mime buy Bank Stocks, some buy
Real Estate while others bus nothing but
pleasure For the small investor Heal
Estate In Bitter Creek is tin- most profitable Investment, as you can now buv l"l<
from the original owners at the original
prices of f 100 and up; quarter nish, balance 4, S and 12 months at T per cent.
Real Estate is the sure, safe and sane
way of making money, ami
Bitter Creek Lots
ar- lure and sifa-. The Canadian Northern Eastern Railroad connects Bitter Creek
JdO an-going steamships al Stewart
Write or ask me for descriptive pamphlet
wiueii gives full Information.
cash
Hlock IT, lot 81, 11,200: good terms
i Block HI. lot 11. $1826; $325 cash,  easy
t.ni.* on balance.
Hlock   28,   lot HI,   and   house SI.'.HIO.
terms
Hlock 28, lot 20, $l,00(i; cash 1600.
Lois aan  Ninth  avenue  for $2.a    i.-h
and S2'i per month
Section 7
Fine lots on Fifth Ave. iu Section 7
for $-120 each.
Good Lots on Seventh Ave. for $320.
Lots on l.iL'btl: Ave. on roadway for
$.'l.r)0 each.
Section 8
Double corner on   the I'laza for )5S0
pair.
Fine Level Lot on Sherbrooke Ave.,
for mr,.
Farm  Lsnd..
We have several blocks ol land in
the Hulkley Valley along tha' Une of
the Ca. T. P. In lots of from lttl to
KlHKI acres. Wa- also have several
choice blocks in the Ootsa antl Francois
Lake country.
We have several iMiad buys in the
Lakelse anal Kitsumkalum Valleys that
are worth investiciitinir.
Maps. Held naiii-s ami all necessar]
Information on all farm lamls can be
fUrnished on all farm lan-.ls without
delay.
FIRE AND Lin INSUIUNCK
$550.00
WILL   BUY   COMPLETE OUTFIT  OF  THK
Washington Cafe
Range, Dishes, Chairs, Tables, Count-
... ers, Cooking Utensils,  Etc. Etc. ...
Store Room, 2-story addition and Cabin to Rent
Ask Uncle Jerry
FOR RENT
Store Room Corner
Second Ave. nnd Seventh St.
Just  vacated  by Optir ist Office.
Ask Uncle Jerry
+���
McCaffery & Gibbons j Northern Produce Co'y. j
Real l.at.aia- and Imurance ���   Third Ave   }    *^^^m*****'^*m^^^^^^*^*   j
LINDSAY'S
CARTAGE and
WHOLESALE PROVISIONS,
FRUITS and VEGETABLES
STORAGE
| F. G, Dawson   -    Prince Rupert  1
B
C T. P. Tramfer Agenti
Otili-r* i-1--u-i 11v -ill--1.   I -nr. i.'.i- .mil.li-
ul lll'K   II   II  Kairla.-r.laT. Centra-KI.     1'hainrai.N
Reilly's Bakery Lur.ch
Empress Theatre Basement
j  Bend for our Weekly Price List
i
I'KIIMl'T    ATTKNTltlN  OIVBN
SllllTINi;  (HIIIKKS
PIm
151
Phone 151
1
FOR
Eastertide
French Toilet Waters
Perfumes
Soaps
Pass Egg Dyes
Cor. 2nd Ave. and 6th Street
THE  WEATHER
Twenty-four hours  ending  5   a. m.t
April IS.
MAX. TKMI*.        MIN. TRMP. HAH.       IN. RAIN
47. .ra :i8.n      89.802    1.82
If you are requiring any kind   of
Pigi    or   Dairy   Produce
Write   direct   to
H.  WILLIAMSON
363 Cordova .">lt ���������l   Emt
VANCOUVER, B.C.
The Largeit Dealer in Live Poul-
--try in Western   Canada    --
I c.
H. ORME
J The I'mneer Druggist
}   PHONE   :   ,.    .   82
m	
B  Big Increase in Capital Stock of
B 1 North Pacific Fisheries
B
B. Ottawa, April 16.- Announce*
Bjiiii'iit i> made today that the
Blcapital stock of Canadian North
Bl Pacific Fisheries company li;i>
Bl increased from two and n
Plesssiit Vai'. BlmllUon dollars tt, (,���,r
ley i the i-n-nni of tbc B dollars
Bulkley Valley, toll R
good, and deep, splen* 1
did farming lsnd, open B'
meadow, light growth   ni
ADVERTISE IN THE OPTIMIST
ll>OO<llll>OO<llll>OO<llll>O^IIII>OO<l!ll>0O<llll>OO<llll><^<><XIIII>OO<llll^
eity,
Pkuaal v.ii.,
ill lVr A'ra-   Crown Granted
I.mill.
BASEBALL HITS
Hit  oi ii  lls tar
I Ask Uncle Jerry "N���
n YOU PRINCE RUPERT
PROPERTY OWNERS
is  roiU'iTiu'tl   this'S
'    ���>  natural   nm
if poplar nml wiliowH.
l mill' from Houston Bl    Regina is still
on   tin'   Q.T.P,      Now Bin     .1,,.   1.,    1   ,,
thnt the  Government ��!'1   ,,,t   ha��ebaM
has raised the price of B season,   and
tdiH pries. B oul nl the Western Canada League,
B     l,aW-DUtler  LO. B down   to   a   four*club   Twilight
B      Real Estate ami inHurnncf B League, with Calgary, Edmonton.
Third Avu.
I
���;���.-.���. ^..^.,^.,^..~:.^..^..^..^..,;'   Please take notica- nnd list your pni|ii'i'-
t.v with a good live broker, if from the
above you think our equipment should
on January 16th and 22nd, Eastern produce the b.-st results, you should
papers on Jan, 16th, Western papers come In at once,
on Jan. 22nd, our Prince Rupert Op* Ws advise everyone to get In ths
portunlty advertisement appeared In market this iprlng and ��,imm,,r gall
paper. In N,-w York. Boston, Provl* when you have a profit Z m,
dene., Kan.M City, Denver, Ban Pran* Thaf. th. way to _____ ��� 0��� y. "Z,
dsro, Lo. a,,,.,.,,.,, Bt  ,.������, al���, 87       m|ik|, >
S W,y ,s""""�� J* ** "* I you will >,���y and Hi, ImAmSZ
Kiim-rt lulv.-Hi '. ""r ' nnr''   S" '""K lo PWP��ty.      All   of   you   put
��SSAS tSS""- ln M i ' s"";"<li'r l",h"wW'" ' -
1 ' seep on boosting���that's tho way ws
will make a bii* cily.
For
Prince Rupert
Opportunities
UNCLE JERRY
Has a Free Information Department
for strangers in the ('ily and for nonresidents by correspondence,
Ask Uncle Jerry I
=5     I'ltlmrs in ii||.
ASK
"ASK  UNCLE  JERRY"
lie Huys Lea...     He Huys Building
He Huys Lota lie Buy. Contract, utoroon
He   bus   Stores   to   Kent,
lie   Huys   Land,  in   Ske.Mii, ,n,.i v. He wl
Kiver Valleys,
He   Will   1,
ynieiit p|||
Ho Will lease or sell you a
.���..,,���.,��� p,;W VOU a dwelling on eaey
ill on easy
<"��� you to build a dwelling or
and Nuns
S,,H you a house
and lot and
Ask Uncle Jerry
WHKN  YOU  WANT Tt) HUY, sl.l,l,
KK.NT UKAI, KHTATK
Uncle Jei
"ASK   UNCLE   JERKY"
lie wiiiiIh oil Houses to Kenl
He Sells Leases If.- Sell* BuildlnB
He Bell. Lots K
V"" '���"" n^ on monthly paym,nt ���,������.
"owl" tak. a lease oh your lote and
mult
���' .vour Investment
per cent,
pay you eiKht

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