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ine Prince Rupert ��btiinist
DAILY EDITION
*0L. II. NO. 66
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Tuesday, March 21. 1911.
Price Five Cents
I0TEL BARS MAY NOW BE
KEPT OPEN TILL MIDNIGHT
r.iuncil's New Liquor License  By-Law   Was   Passed
Last Night���Aid.   Hilditch   Expresses His
Satisfaction���Says  He is Proud
to Have Fathered By-Law
Last night the Licence By-law was
Aassid hy die city council without.
Inn ;i breeze. Alderman Pattullo was
Ilwin ol course, and so was Alderman
Imiili*
"This Iw* been a very troublesome
toJiw," raid Alderman Hilditch, "and
Tarn gild �� get it olf my hands."
J The miiyr then put the motion that
Ihtliy-I.iw lie finally adopted.
A Hopeless Hope
I wuuM be very glad indeed to move
Ihai it should not be adopted," said
Udsrmui Newton pleasantly, "only
1 can mi* that it would be a hopeless
iiotii.tt. All the 'wei' men are here,
kid two of the 'dry' men are absent.
Ihe only thing 1 can do now is to bow
In the Inevitable, and congratulate
���Udrrnum Hilditch on his signal success
Epttingthia by-law through."
So saying, the driest of the "dry'
men sat down, and immediately afterwards the motion was carried and the
by-law adopted formally.
Is Proud of By-law
Speaking on a point of privilege,
Alderman Hilditch pronounced a sort
of benediction over his aldermanie
offspring in words to the effect that it
was a fine healthy by-law and B credit
to its father. There were limes before
its adoption, when he had had his
doubtl about il. People had hinted
that it might prove I bad child, and
mischievous. Now, thai it was out of
leading Strings and adopted, however,
he fell thai the by-law would have 00
ill effects whatever upon the community.
That ended the mailer of the Licence
By-law and one or two hotel keepers
who hail lieen prevent to sec it through
then left the ("ity Hall.
NEW SCHEDULE       TO MARKET
FOR G.T.P. BOATS PORT MANN
���SUMMER SERVICE  WILL  START  C. N
ON APRIL SECOND
R. WILL SOON PUT TOWN-
SITE ON THE MARKET
|Prin�� Rupert   Will   Then   Have  a
Bi-Wttkly    Service���Boata      Will!
Call al Stewart  on   Their   Northern Run.
detain Nicholson, manager of G.
T. P, itcamera, today announced the
���user schedule for the Prince Rupert anil the Prince George, effective
on Ai'ril 1. According to this the
smpany will have steamers leaving
Mtle mi Sundays and Wednesdays at
midnight, arrive at Victoria at 6 a.m.
Ibeuyi and Thursdays, leave 10 a.m.
nine day for Vancouver and leave
JB at midnight on Mondays and
Thursdays. The steamers will arrive
tt Prince Rupert at 10 a.m. on Wednesdays and Saturdays and will leave
rtinei' Rupert at 5 p.m. on Fridays
llld Mondays, arriving here ut 10 p.m.
Saturdays and Tuesdays and nro-
ttwinc ai midnight the same days
for Victoris and Seattle. The Prince
Rnpnt will make the Stewart run on
du' trip commencing April 2 and the
Pnnce George will make the Stewart
mn in tin middle of June. This gives
�� double weekly service to Prince
mat md Stewart from April 2, a
Meekly service to Prince Rupert
from April Hi, and tri-weekly service
Nn Jutu   in    The Prince Albert will
j����� conn ion with the Prince Ru-
[*" '"r Masset and Naden Harbor,
���Jtag Prince Rupert on Wednesdays
Md connecting with her lor the soutn-
��und trip. The Prince Albert will
"�� conneei with the Prince (ieorge
m for northbound trip for Skidegate,
������wiy.ftoso Harbor and ports.
..l;M'Uin Nicholson announces that
*Jr* Harold Brown, now dock and freight
���Wnt M Victoria, has been transferred
���. ancouver, his appointment taking
ecl "�� Apiil 1.   Mr. Jumes McArthur
Announcement Waa Made Today by
the Publicity Department Stories
That It ia Sold to English Syndicate
Are Denied.
an-
the
K.
the
sill
Wcceed bin at Victoris
���MMIGRANTS POURING  IN
For Nixt Two Months From 600 to
1000 a Day
SP rial to the Optimist)
Winnipeg,  March  21���General  Pas-
*n��<'r Agenl C. B, Foster of thc C. P.
������e�� thai during March and April
,�� ""migrants from Europe will num-
*Unm epo to 1000 dafiy.
nn'���!'.sl  "f, ,,lom  U|,e  'or  the  prairie
Cc ,Ilr ' l,m muny wi�� 8�� to B"ti8h
: Wa.    Sattlm   hmmT t v..   states
Wi
(Special to the Optimist)
Toronto, March 21.���An official
nouncement was made today by
publicity department of the ('. N
that the I'ort Mann property on
Eraser River will shortly be put on the
market by the ('. N. It. company.
Stories lhat the property had been
sold to an English syndicate are denied.
The company state that they slill bold
the property and that it will be handled
entirely by thc townsite department
of the railway company. The railway
company do not Intend to sell out any
of their interest in it except in open
market.
 Settlers   from" the
"����mlngln also, in thousands.
to lS2I'-Man,on lttat night asked leave
I'fC iiT' ia b.y-law regulating the
mm procedure by-law.
MINER KILLED AT PHOENIX
John   Nelaon   Fell   Down Chute   at
Granby   Mines
(Special to the Optimist)
Nelson, March 21.���A fatal accident
uccurred at the Granby Minis at
Phoenix today. John Evans, B miner,
fell inlo the chute of the Glory Bole.
A rock fell on him crushing him to death
instantly. 	
REMINDER FOR COUNCIL
Promised Police Protection of Contract Work n Fiasco
In a letter to the city council bust
night Messrs. Williams & Manson on
behalf of Messrs. Watson, and Mclimis
& Kelly called lhe councils attention
to the fact lhat the contract work is
again at a standstill the promised police
protection for the work having proved
Inadequate.    The  matter  wits  left   in
tho hands of the streets committee,
City Council Item*
By a motion passed al the city COUncU
last night anil taking cITcci today the
City Hall now opens for the public al
0 am and remains open until 6 P*n ���
On Saturdayi the City Hall hours will
be from 0 a.m. until !������ p.m.
The Trades Licence By-law W�� ��n*
sidered in committee Of the whole at
last night's city council.
C. V. Bennett presented his account
for services as city solicitor tinea the
beginning of the new ff%��5gS
t0 th\Cit��o **# "an! 'w!J lU nigM
amounts to $2_H, ano W^V
referred to the finance committee.
shippingjeports MAY MAKE QUATSIN0 A
From lhe Dominion Government  Wire-
lets Station.
(At 8 A. M.)
Tatoosh���Cloudy, south wind, sea
moderate. Vessels passed in: Steamer
Strathblnne at H.5() p.m.; barge !i:i in
tuw cf steamer Colonel E. Drake at
11,80 p.m.; steamer Thomas L. Wand
at l>.:)5 a.m.
Cape Lazo    Cloudy, calm, sea smooth.
Spoke steamer Humboldt at  li.10 a.m.,
southbound in Discovery Passage,
iAt Noon'
Pachena reports steamer Tees passed
westbound at 12.10 p.m.
Tatoosh reports in whaling steamer
Brown at h.io a.m. Oui steamer
Ratora at !i.50 a.m. In whaling steamer
Hlue al 9.20 a.m. In steam schooner
Fairhaven at 11 a.m. In three-masted
coaster at 11,60 a.m.
TO BOOM TOWN
OF REVELST0KE
TWO NEW PULP MILLS AND SAW
MILLS TO BE ERECTED THERE
American Capital is Interested-
Will Use Water Power to Develop
Electrical Energy for Light and
Power in City.
Special tO the Optimisti
Revclstoke, March 21.- Two new-
saw and pulp mills ure under contemplation by a syndicate Ol Canadian
and American capitalists who are investigating the situation at Kcvclstnki'
with a view to locating their plant here.
They intend to utilise the water
power here lo develop electrical energy
for use in the mills. The surplus power
will be sold to the city for electric
lighting and power purposes. It is
proposed to operate an electric street
railway line with thc power thus generated.
CITY  ACCOUNTS PASSED
Sum   Total   for   Month   ia   $22,000.
Coat of Light Plant
Accounts against the city amounting
to over $22,000 have lieen passed for
payment by the Finance and. Assess
ment Committee. They include the
Light and 'Phone Committee's accounts
$6,114.41) of which sum Messrs. Rochester & Monroe ge,t $2,(112.10 for eoal for
the light plant. The light plant payrolls are also included and come to
$2,0S7.48. As a separate item appears
the sum of $il,507.5!l due the Canada
General Electric Co. for light plan!
supplies.
Other committees' accounts are as
follows: Fire and Water $8,290.16,
Finance and Assessment 11899.80. hoal-
Kinance and Assessment $1H!I!I.80,
Health Relief and Licence $756.00,
St nits Committee $:!l7.5(i. Fun her
separate accounts are the Northern
Electric Co.'s for supplies for 'Phone
Department   $15.25,   and   the   Dean
Electric    Co.'s    also    'Phone    Supplies
$1418.78.
Altogether the accounts passed amount
tn 122,844.88.
Knighla of Pythiaa
A special meeting of the Knights OI
Pythias will he held on Friday night
at K o'clock in the K. of P. Hall. C.H.
Sawle, K. of R. andS. 66-69
Helpful Talks to Business Men
Mr. Storekeeper
Do You Know?
There are never
"dead atbeks" in
a store that does
"live advertising"
Consult The  Optimist
RIVAL TO PRINCE RUPERT
C. P. R. Are Considering  Scheme  to  Cut  Thirty-Six
Hours Off Present Schedule to the East by
Making Quatsino Their Pacific
Coast Terminus
(Special to the Optimisti
Vancouver, March 21. In order to
meet the compel il inn of Prince Rupert
fnr the trade ol the East, it is reported
here that the C. P. R. have entered
into negotiations to carry out a big
scheme whereby they will establish a
big seajiort on the west const of Vancouver Island.
Quatsino ia Mentioned
Quatsino Sound is mentioned as the
spot on which it is proposed to locati
ilie port, and Engineer Bathe from
England is reported to be en nun*
on his way here now for the purpose ol
looking over ihe land.
The problem the C. P. R. has had to
face is that Prince Rupert is a couple
of days nearer the Orient than Vancouver, thus offering a distinct advantage
to travellers.
ll ic figured out that with a railway
built fn in Nanaimo to Quatsino, thirty-
six hours could be saved over I lie present
schedule and passenger! and mail could
be taken over this route, leaving freight
to In* brought  later on by steamer to
Vancouver,
Under the proposed plan the C. P. R.
claim thai il would give them an advantage over the O. T. P. for mail
and passenger service.
To Compete wilh G. T. P.
If the scheme b cairied Into effect,
the company will have the new line,
and wharves at Quatsino built, and the
new service in working order by the
time the G. T. P. is through io II'rince
Rupert.
Oranges Weren't All Bad
G. \V. Nickerson wrote to the city
council last  night complaining thai  a
BBSS "f Oranges cm.signed  to  him  hail
been unfair!) condemned by the medical
health officer.   Only a few tangerines
were   Unsound,   he   said.     The   health
committee is Investigating.
PREMIER ROBLIN     TAKE JOB FROM
DISAPPOINTED CONTRACTOR
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT'S REPLY
DOES NOT PLEASE HIM
Privy Council Endoraeathc Report of
Sir Wilfrid Laurier and Mr. Fielding on the Manitoba Boundariea
Question.
(Special to the Optimist!
Winnipeg. March 21. -The reply of
lhe Federal Government l'< the local
government re the extension of the
Manitoba boundaries was laid on the
table of the House today and to Premier
Roblin it proved a bitter disappointment, lie stated to ihe House ha
would move a resolution on the matter
on Wednesday. The reply took I Inform of a resolution of the privy council
endorsing the report of Messrs. Laurier
and Fielding who formed a Special
committee for the purpose of considering
the matter.
LOGGER WAS KILLED
Fred  Fuller Slipped Off Log While
Riding Down Chute
iSpecial to the Optimist)
Vancouver, March 21.- Fred Fuller,
a logger, employed Bt Rock Hay, was
instantly killed this morning while
riding on I 1"(! down B chute. Ile
���lipped and fell, the log passing over
his head.
DON'T WANT THEM  HERE
Prince Rupert Haa no Uae for Employment Bureaus
[Employment  bureaus are OOl   wanted
in Prince Rupert.   The ciiy council In
lhe Trades Licence Hy-law discussed
last night, has made lhe rest rid ions
on ibis class o( business so severe thai
it is unlikely that such bureaus will
ever establish in I lie city.
MAYOR AND THE COUNCIL PIPE
Presence of My Lady Nicotine at the
Council Board Qucationed
Mayor Manson does not smoke, and
last    night    Alderman    Clayton   asked
whether he had any objection to the
aldermen's smoking during* the council
session. The Mayor replied lhal he
had personally no objection I hough he
did think that the council work would
proceed more ipiickly if smoking WTO
not so general during the discussions.
Alderman Hilditch hastened to inform
the Mayor that before smoking can be
slopped In Prince Rupert cily council
a certain motion made and passed al
an early meeting of the first council
will have to be annulled and erased from
the minutes.
The matter ended in smoke.
UNFINISHED    SEWER    PROBLEM
WORRIES ALD. HILDITCH
Work Hindered by Strike, Openi up
Larger Problems Ahead. General
Fund i* Shrinking Fast Before De-
ni.mils on It.
At last night's city council nun ing
Alderman Kerr called lhe Mayor's
attention to the state of t be sewer under
construction on Eighth si net and Fraser
street. He wanted to know whether it
could not soon be finished as it will be
badly needed when the summer comes
in. Alderman Kerr declared lhat ihe
>i?.e of sewer here, an eight-inch pipe,
was simnly a joke. The work is at a
standstill on account of the sirike, and
Alderman Kerr wished the cily to lake
it over and finish it.
Il seems that Alderman Hilditch has
been thinking of thai sower for some
time, also of ilu* lateral sewers generally.
Thev will be needi d before much more
grading can be done and Alderman
Hilditch is afraid lhat the drain on Ihe
general fund for lliis work will deplete
it too heavily. Retaining walls have
proved a gtreater expense than was
anticipated, and the council must go
warily wiih the genralr fund, lie
recommended thai the sewer be taken
from McMordie's hands and put out
io day's labor.
On the million of Alderman Newton,
lhe   whole   mailer   is   referred   to   the
streets committee with the request that
thev  r imniind  a nut hod  of dealing
Willi ii.
Talka on  Citizenship
Christian Cltlsenshlp Meeting al tha
BpworthLeague In theMethodlsl church
next Wednesday nighi will be addressed
by Dr. N.T.Kergln and Mayor Manson.
The topics for consideration will be
'How (lur Laws are Made," and "How
Parliament Does Business." The Executive of the League invite the public
to their meeting, t�� listen to thi presentation of these Important subjects.
Mi i nng  al  elghl  o'clock.
HEARD IN CAMERA
Principal* in Boscovitch Case Before
Magistrate Today
������
In private this morning Mike Hos-
covitch of the Europa Hotel appeared
before Magistrate Carss for a preliminary hearing in conned ion with
the serious charge again*.! him. The
woman making the charge against him
was also present. Accused was remanded until tomorrow.
The Electric Light Loan By-law
passed its third reading at last night's
city council. T H
E   PK 1N C E   RUPERT    OPTIMISE
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Teas For All Tastes
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"Twinings'
is  not  a new brand of Tea.
Many Old Country people recognize it as an old time favorite and high grade
Tea.     Wc have it in 1-2 and 1 lb. pkgs. at, lb...40
"Twining'a Throe Star,"   highest grade,  per lb. .50
Blue Ribbon Ten.   Nabob Tea,   Victoria Cross
Tea, per lb	
Tetley's Yellow Label	
Tetle'v's Sunflower Red	
Lipton's "A" half and one lb. tins, per lb	
Lipton's "B" half and one lb. tins, per lb	
Ridgway's Old Country half lb. tins	
Ridgway's "Five O'clock" half lb. tins...
Lipton's Tea in three lb. tins	
Tetley's Tea in three lb. tins. Brown label
Tetley's Tea in three lb. tins, Blue label..
Victoria Cross Tea, five lb. tins	
Empress Tea. five lb. tins	
Good Bulk Teas, per lb 25 to
# * *
Yakima   Potatoes,   none   better,   per    lb.    2   3-
,40
.40
50
60
60
25
30
00
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16
78
65
35
4c.
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This is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
SS.
Social Notes
Mrs.  (Dr.)   McNeill  will receive  for
llie   lirst   time  since  her  marriage  on
Friday,  March 24th, and hereafter on
the lirst Friday of every month.
LYNCH BROS.
Departmental Stores
Phone No. 2
Mrs. Roberson chaperoned a small
party to the roller rink last evening.
Those present were: Miss Elitt, Miss
Drummond, Miss Du Vernet, Miss
Macdonald, Miss Martin, Miss Milligan,
Miss Pinder, Miss Stewart, Miss Thompson, Messrs. Cambie, Drummond, Grant,
, Mcknight, McFarlane, Newcombe, Riet-
i chel. G. Tooker and H. Tooker.
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NFORMATION
���BUREAU
THE OPTI.MISTwill furnish correct information to all enquirers who desire to get
in closer touch with Canada's youngest but
most flourishing city      :      :      :      :      :
There is no time like thc present. Send us
your name and address, and mention the line
or lines of business you are particularly interested in. We will send you reply by return mail       :       ::::::
Optimist Information Bureau
P.O. BOX 1545
PRINCE RUPERT. B.C.
The Optimist
DELIVERED TO ANY ADDRESS IN SECTIONS 1, 5
AND  6  EVERY DAY FOR
50c PER MONTH
Fura Will be Cheaper
That there is likely to be a drop in the
1 price of furs next season is the opinion
| of   a   prominent    Montreal   wholesale
i furrier.    Skunk,  frequently sold under
the name of Alaska sable, has become
ISO   fashionable   that   prices  for  skunk
furs have gone'up tremendously, nearly
, doubled in fact, during the past two or
three years, causing trappers to redouble
their efforts, and half the farmers' boys
in the country to turn trapper, with the
result  that  the trade is flooded  with
skunk skins, and the opinion is expressed
that prices in this fur are bound to come
down,   even   though   the   appearance
and splendid wearing qualities of the ful
will doubtless keep it quite as fashionable
i as ever.
Persian lamb is another fur likely to
drop in price, owing to overstocking by
Ciermun dyers, who are now selling many
j of their lambskins at cost price in preference to holding stock, with ri*k of
injury and deterioration, on what may
prove a losing chance. Muskrat, dyed
and sheared, sold as Hudson seal, and
used in immense quantities for coats
and jackets, has been very popular, but
incident al reports would seem to indicate that there is some dissatisfaction
when seal dyes have been too strong
for the pelt, thereby affecting the
wearing quality. During the past few-
seasons there has been a very large
trade done with Europe in this fur, but
the increase in price and the question
as to durability have combined to kill
the demand there, a demand which is
not likely to be renewed until prices
. have gone down again.
Another factor responsible for thc
threatened lowering of proices is the
probable falling off in the European
demand for many kinds nf fur. The
tendency there ui lhe present time
! seems to be towards a more exclusive
use of their own furs, tu ugainst a previous demand for the smooth, straight-
haired furs of this continent.
Have Too Much to Do
The trouble wiih most of the women
in the world is that they have too much
to do.
They arc not able to specialise in one
thing.
We predict failure when we see a
man following up two or three lines at
otic", but what about the woman who
tries to be nurse, housekce|>er, mother and society woman all at the same
time? The wonder is ihat some poor
-..ul fails in some branch, but ihai all
women do not make botches of iheir
lives.
Fur one woman who s|>cnds her day
in idleness, wai.ed on by trained servants, who eook, mend, scrub and take
care of her children, there are a dozen who, in addition lo all the ordinary
household tasks, have to be dressmakers as well and some who, in addition, are forced to attempt lo earn
a living because of the scarcity of means
and thc present high prices.
S'.tne day .there is going to be a millennium for the tired woamn, we are
ti Id. Co-o|H-ri.live kitchens, co-ojiera-
tive nurseries and co-operative sewing
rooms are going to lighten her burdens so thai she may have time to
sit down occasionally with a book. In
the meantime she must be absolved
from the charge of being superficial,
for she really has no time or opportunity to delve deep into any line and
to do anything really well.
OUR DAILY RECIPE
Clam    Soup
Now that clams are so plentiful the
following recipe for clam soup should be
t ried:
Mince 2 dam hard-shell clams very
fine, fry 1-2 a mimed onion in an ounce
of butter, add to it a pint of hot water,
a pinch of mace, 4 cloves, 1 allspice and
6 whole peppercorns: boil 15 minutes
and strain into saucepan; add the
chopped clams and a pint of clam juice
or hot water; simmer slowly two hours,
strain and rub the pulp through a sieve
into the liquid; return it to the saucepan and keep it lukewarm: boil :) half-
pints of milk in a saucepan previously
wet with cold water, which prevents
burning, and whisk it into soup; dis-
sole a teaspoonful of flour in cold water,
add to the soup for seasoning; heat it
gently to near the boiling point, pour
it into a tureen previously heated with
hot water and serve wiih or without
pieces of toasted bread.
PRACTICAL HOUSEHOLD HINTS
To remove kerosene from the carpet
apply buckwheat fiour, let it remain for
a few hours, and then make a second
application, which, after a few hours
more, should be brushed of. The spot
will have disappea.ed.
To fix a loose knife handle to the
blade fill the hole in the handle two-
thirds full of mixed rosin and brick dust.
Then heat the shaft of the knife and
I while hot press into place. Hold it there
until quite firmly set.
Bananas are raiely found in thi��� country   ri|H>  enough   to   be   digestible   al-
i though htey may be |>erfectly yellow.
; To properly ripen them so that they will
be excellent food, buy a bunch and hang
��� it up in a dry place with the stem in
��� water. In a few days they will be much
improved.
HEROIC BOY
SAVES TRAIN
WILLIAM  LEE OF  KEEFERS  DID
BRAVE DEED
Saili for
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Thursdays, at 8.30 p.m.
���a. Prince Albert for Sti-wan Wi-unes-1
days,after arrival of Princi K ipert M
Port Simpson. Naas. Massi t anil Mora.f
by Island pointa, Indudl I   �� I
lotte City,   Pacofl, Rose . ���
Refuge Bay, every alternate Iriiiayijl
12 o'clock noon, comini"  ing Dec. 9tE_f
The   Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from the Padflel
coaat operates a frequent _ I :onvai.'|
ient service of luxurious _ .   -    erlttl
double  track route  betweet   I I
Toronto, Montreal, Qui . Halifax!!
Portland, Boston. New York I I'i.ila'.l
delphia. Information and ti,- ��� ���- ub-l
tainable from the office hei . ider men.[
tioncd. Trans-Atlantic I ��� ing��byi||
lines arranged.
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND   PA8SENQI R   WENT
1 Finding Portion of the Raila Bent by
a Landslide He Stopped Oncoming
Expreaa by Giving tohe Emergency
Signal.
Jerritt, B. ft, March 20. -The heroism of 17-ycar-old William Lee of
Reefers saved C. P. R. express No. 2
from disaster the other day. Young
Lee was riding on his speeder inspecting the track, and had reached a pcint
a few miles west of Reefers when he
was horrified to see an immense rock
slide coming down almost upon him.
' He succeeded in getting beyond the
danger himself, nnd after the rock-
slide settled he found that the rails
had been badly lient, and that a portion of the track had been carried
aside.
The express was due in three minutes and there was no time to lose.
It would be im|>ossible to flag the
train at that point because of a succession of cuives. Jumping on his
s|M*eder and pulling with all his might,
he hurried in the direction cf the oncoming express.
Wiih  hands and  arms outsrtetched,
'giving the emergency signal, the en-
gineer of the express saw the young
watchman coming towards him nnd
the lattar did not stop until the engine
'whistle told him thai the driver understood his signal.
!NO   TAX   ON   WEEKLY   DANCES
; Idea   of   Doing   ao   Was   Mooted   in
Council,   However
When in committee of the whole
the city council laat night discussed
the Tn.des Licence Py-law. The question of thc pusible licensing of halls
let for regular weekly dances came up.
The fact that these regular dances
form a source of amusemi nt to their
patrons and profit to their organisers
seemed to some aldermen to place the
halls on the basis of theatres. After a
little talk it was defini ely decided tha<
it would not do to tax this form of amusement in a cily like Prince Ru|xTt where
other forms of amusement are few and
far bet wet n for the young people.
Fourteen residents rf Block 24, Section
1, have petitioned the city council for
a sewer to serve this district.
B. C. Coul S3. Stnitt
"PRINCESS MAY"
Northbound Mar. 16-Soulhb. und Mir.20|
Train for Chicago, Winnipeg, Ti>ront*,|
leaves Vancouver '.'.  n . daily.
Train  for   Montreal.   New  York tall
points East leaves Vancouver MB
p.m.  daily. I
Through tickets to Euroi    n ivintil
in connection with  the  ; A:i;i:.tic|
Steamers.
J. G. McNab
Central Afcatl
The Westholme Lumber Co.|
LIMITED
���WE HANDLE ALL KINDS 0F-
BUILDING SUPPLIES
First Avenue Telephone 18�� j
Windsor Hotel
FIRST AVENtK AT KOHTH
Newly Furniihed ***<t
Steam Hmlrtl K ���
A FIRST   CLASS BAR   ASM   DIMM
BOOM IN n'SM
BATKS 60 CWTI AM'
BATHS   FRKE   To   QUH1
ROBT. ASHLAND
pn n,t( i;
GRAND HOTEL
WORKING MAN*SJ*oME
Spring Beds, clean While SI'    - 23C
Rooms 50c
BR  IN   TOWN   FOR  THR   M��NfJ
Labour   Bureau  in eonoectlnn
All kinds of positions   pnpr
funished
Pantorii rr fii 111 r (lei i.err, 'Phone 4.
FIRST AVE. AND SEVENTH STREfl
J. GOODMAN. Pr��pfM"'
Phone 178. Prince Rupert, B.C. T H -   P It I N l) K    K U P E K T    0 P T 1 M I S T
C0AL   NOTICE
���        ���,rl,,��� 1k1.ii.iI. Land District-District
��� Imt 1. John McLood. of Vancouvor,
���    '       Intend to apply for per-
COAL    NOTICE
Itbii
tmtity
Queen Chnrlotte 'nluniln l.tinil District -District of
Ski't'im
Tako nolice that I, Juhn McLand ol Viaoouver,
occupation hroker, inteml lo apply fur pt'rini**tiiun
'" o^"n brokor, intond to npply lor per- 110 proapeol lur cual uml petruleum on the lollowini
'','.���- ,eft (ur .'tiat und petroleum on the   jls,cribcd IuiuIh:
I' "....���j- I     CommencinK at u poat planted at Ihe muulh ol
tho Tl-el River and marked J. MeL. N. B. Cor*
aiiulh SU chains, I hence west
^^^^^^^^ north 8U chuins, thence eiiht su
chalna to puint ul cummcnccnicnt; cuiituiiiini; 1,10
acrea, moro or leaa.
Dated Feb. 11,1BU JOHN MoLBOD
Pub. Fob. Ml, Lsalle B, Waller, Agent
''"ia'puat plant��l attheaouth-
Take n
my;
ini��'"n ���
i(,,ll.,ttiiii''   ,..,,.. ai �� uuot. ?...���*��� ;"j-"t~m   : t*u�� .��� mvft bihi
1.1"""'"      .  ,| iicenee N". 3s29. marked J.M.. | ner| n���. 30, thence
itfK? San? cLin^tho^erooTsi i8u +*�� *��"*m
**^-XtotC ence.��entriN McLE0D
UU Wilson Gowinir, Auent.
Kh Fob.lt'
WILL USE BIG
STEAM SHOVELS
SIX
OF THEM  TO  BE  USED
MOUNTAIN SECTION
IN
|qwtn Omr*
motif
DCCIIPU'
IBin:,.n i" I"
lolloKirit'l'"
i  t'.'lllT;*'-
IWtl    "
5.1V
Bt
tki
-DUtrict ol
'U-Ialunda Und District
Skeenu
thai I J"hn MfLeod. of Vuncnuver.
���' broker,  Intend to apply fur per-
,s|iet*t for coal und petruleum on the
','.,'-il n DOSt pliintod nt tho soutll-
51licence No. :1K29. mnrkeilJ.M.,
'"'V'ti,,.,,!*.* north 80 chnina.  thence enat
,   south SU chnina, thonce west BO
;,,,,,!,,,���i���.cnce,���ent.NMrLE0D
Ihtsl Keh. I. WU wiUon 0"winK' ******
Pub, Feb. 11.
|c,v: Cbsrlottl Wanda Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol
���as.,, i     ���   'I I. Jnhn McLeod. of Vnncouver,
I'   ' urukor, intend tn apply fur per-
1,1 ;     ��� for coal and petroloum on the
|   -' ' .   , |
' -.���,���,��t Pln"te.lnt the nurth-
ii,,,nee No. 3829. markeil J.M..
K north BO chaina, tlience enat
J".   . ;,,I,  SO chains, thence weat HI
m ,,>..;'.. ,������menco���,ont.N ft
Wilaon Uowing, Auent
Were Shipped in by Way of Edmonton to End of Steel at Prairie Creek
for Foley, Welch it Stewart.
I    Fort (ieorge,March 20 -Six big sleam
Queen Churlotto Ialunda Und Ilialrict -Diatrictol | shovels,    to    be   Used    for    construction
Skeena
Take nutice that 1, John McUi.il ul Vancuuver,
occupution hroker, intend lu apply lor permiasion
to prospecl lur cual und petruleum on the folluttinu
described lunds:
CommencinK Sl B poat plunted uliuut tun miles
wost ol the muuth ol the '1'1-el Itiver und innrkutl
J . MeL. N. W. turner, No. '29, thence soulh su
chuina, Ihence eust SU chains, thence nurth su
chains, tlience west SU cliuins tu point of commencement; containinc. lilU acres, mon* nr leas.
Dated Keh. Sl, 1911 JIII1N Mcl.EOD
Pub. Fob. 23. Clurence McDuwell, Agent
work in the mountains, and a liugt
gasoline launch, known jocularly among
the contractors as the "(i. T. P. Dreadnought," were shipped west from Edmonton last week to the end of steel ut
Prairie Creek.
The strain shovels are lo be taken up
Into ilie mountains beyond the summit,
where they will bu employed by Foley,
Welch iii Stewart.
The gasoline I:-, ih, which has a
capacity   for   sevc:      tons   of   freight
I |Btai Fi
rub.i.i it.
I;
lalanda Land Diatrict���DUtriol of
Slti'enn
*, ���   ,��� 1. Jnhn Mcl>*od of Vuncouver,
Im i :. intand to apply for permWon
t   - .' and iK'troleum on the followini;
i , puai plniit.il nt the mouth ol
(., , .irked J.  McL. S. E. Corner.
So  1. t-. . north Ml chaina, thenco west Hi)
f. li   su  chuina,   thence euat  Hll
(blu to 11 .1   cummcncetncnlt    containing
- or leaa.
I. ii. JOHN MoLBOD
Pub. 1, b - Clarence McDowell, Auent
II. I 'iiula Lnnd Diatrict���DUtrict of
skeena
111 I, John McLood of Vaneouv er,
it* mteii'l tn apply for pormistsio
i, and tietruleum on ihe lotlow nir
���
i it ��� poal plnnted alwut live miles
I. nil.- west ol tho mouth of ihe
il triad J. Mcl... N. W. Cornor
Kl i ith so ehalns. thoneo in-i su
mtt* ' an chuins. (hence weal Ml
S_ -i tiremem; conialninR 61(1
I, man
K ISU, JOHN McLKOD
Clarence McDowoli, \.*.-.i
iQamrhirl nir islands Und DUtriet���DUtrict ol
Skeena
III il I. Jnhn McLSod of Vancouver
I   ��� Iter. int.ml to apply (or iieriniitsion
I'. ..ml lietroleum on the following
i il i p.*.! planted two miles MBl
1*1 ��� tht TU*I Hiver and marked J
Ud. - tt Conur, No. 28, thonco north HO
at���a, ihrnr** sast SO chalna. thonce aouth HO
BaK thence tte.t so chaina to poinl of com-
r nu: lilll acres, more or leaa.
W I, ISU. JOHN McLKOD
Clarence McDowell, Agent
|*a��Clu*l���r. I lands Und DUtrict���DUtrict ot
[ i Skeena
TitoiMioilmi I, John McLeod of Vancouvor,
ie��f*isn ir iker, intend to apply for permlaaiun
��� potprrt f.*r now tml petroleum on tho followini.'
*m,\. I
Codm,. m.,��� ���l n |Kh.l planted about four mil.*s
!;" ��� . ,-t of (he mouth ol lho Tl-el
ma/ and nurkod J, Mci*. 8. E. Corner, No. GO
_**l "  .-liiina. ihence weit SO chai a,
J���** ��� ' chaina, thenco pan 80 chaina
m* ol era > , i cement: containinK *** *er a.
r .   -
]'������ I'll. JOHN MeLEOD
���* nh, tt. Cl rence McDowell, Agent
Queon Charlotte Islands Uml District -Disirict of   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Take notice th.t LJo.m McUod of Vancouver.   H ��f" <���'��. P ^engeis.will ply on Moose
occu|i:ititm bruker, Intend to u|i)ily fur pwmlaton
to pru pi'fi fur COW ami pt'troU'um on Uu* followini
(ii'.M-ritii'.i lumls;
Conmtnolni itt u posi piunU'ti aliout two doOm
west of the mouth of tho Tl-vl Itiver ami murkiil
J. McL. N. K. t'urncr, No. -t!t, thence ttiuU) mi
chains, thence west 80 chuins, thence north BO
chains, thence east Ml chaina to point of commencement; contuining MO uereu, inure or letw.
l>m��il Keh. Bl, 1911 JOHN Mcl.tlKD
Puh. Kub. 2:1. CtottHM McUowill. Auent
Quwn Charlotte Manila Uml District-Uwtriet of
Skivna
Take notice that 1, John MoLaod of VtnOOUW,
occupation hroker, iiiK-nd to apply for pormltrioo
to pn^pi'ct for coal uml petroleum on the followinK (
described lunds:
CommencinK ut a post pUnted ftfaoUt fo\ir miles
south and Ultw Wm west of the mouth of the .
TM Kiver und marked .1. Mr.L. S. IS, Comer.
No. 7:1, thontv north so chains, thenee MM BO
chuins, theiiei* south KO chains, UiOOCO *��� i ' BQ
chains in point nf commencement; ivntuinu.i:
040 acres, more or le.��.
i>����ed ith. jj, mn. jon>: uclkod
Pob, Keh. 21. Ctarfno1 UoDovraU, Agonl
Qurvii Cl arloito 1 sin'ids l^ind District -I) strict of
Skn'i,,i
Take DOtiOB th .1 1, John Mel-JMd of \itncoiiver,
occupatinn broker, intend to appl for jh* nWon
to pnc-pivt for coal an i petroh'.itu on tha b-flowll.;
Meribe. land:
CtiimneneinR at a |inst pUnl d ub - It i/l.' n leg
W)uth und (our wost of ihe nmuth of Th*'. Kiwr
;n ,1 mi kisl J, Mcl.., \. K. ComOTi     o, T;t. tiii-nci>
\\. -o chaino, i tooa nnth so chums, thioet north
H I chains, th' nee Oul so rhuini- to point >d com*
monOM-tnt   mntaininROlO liCres,  roroorla
Doted Peb.24, 1 11. JnilS UoLEOD
I'ub. Fob. 27. C McDowell. AKent
Qm��n ChulOttO Island Und District���DUtriit o[
Skis-iiu
Tuko notic.' that I, John Mcl/^>d of VoMOttVor
occupation broker, intend to appl fur iH*rmixsion
to pnw|M-ot <>r i-M.i' u.d (ifttroleum os the lollowinK
d��*cribcd Ian 1:
ConimenrittK at a pont planto.1 uIhiui <*irhi
milen Hiuth n il four wi��t of tli- mntuli ���( tho
'I '-el ll-ver a d mark.sl J. McL.. S B. t'orncr,
No- M). thene,* lorth 80 ehaina, theic west N'
chains, theti.e aouth K0 chains, thence east Ml
chain- to point id commencmont: contaimn 40
���en-*, mor   or \**m.
;imo   Kel   -J|J JOHN MoLKOl'
Pu-.    eh 27 C. MclJowrl. Agen;
Queen Charlotte lalanda Und Dlitrict���District of
BkMM
Tako notiw that I, John Mcl.cod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intvnd to apply for permission
to proaprcl (or coal and petroleum on the folluwl. B
deacribed land
CommencinR a' a pogt planted alwut iwo miloa
north (rom tho mouth o( the Tl-el Kiver and
marked J. McU N. B Cornor No. 2, thenee
aouth 80 chuins, thnnee weat 8 ehains, thenco
north 80 chain*, thonce eaal 8o cha na to point
of commnncement:   containinR  640  acres   more
DatMKeb.25. 1911. JOHN McLKOD
Tub. Feb. 27. T. K. Walter  ARent
|Qownfh_rVp.. [*����� Und DUtrict
_, Skirna
Il  John Mcl-cod o( x ancouver,
tr'- ��� .lend to apply for permission
������J*"*'"' '  "I and lietroleum on the followinR
I pool |ilant<��il about four miles
, ��� ...i of the mouth of the TM
I   Mel,.. N. E. Corner, No  f��,
\mt+ natfl  ��������� ehaina,  them
'���nt;    conUlning 640 acres
m--m-----------m
:
-Districtfof
thence wrat 80 chains,
rhains, Ihence eaat 80 chains te
JOHN McLKOD
Clarnnce McDowelllAgent
*" a_$ Und Dlotrict���District of
r Skeena
" o I, John Mcleod of Vancouver,
inlend to apply (or permimion
Ifcejj.i-
t�� pT-a.;
i
��'l, ud l
ll un.l prtrolctim'on lho followinR
ii |tmi planted about four nnl**
JJV''������������! ���-.. ml... waal ot tho mouth of the
i! ���.'��� ��� . I -iirltM J. Mc.L. N. E. Cornrr.
_'    ��� nil.;  0 chain., thimcr. wmt 80
Su
c>-
ll... : ,
ft** tu,:
���luthl 0 chalna, thanet, ��<-i SII
" r* I,. (i chain., thencc cant 80
j I "itnmcncomont; containin* 040
1 JOHN McLF.OD
(laranco McDowell, Agent
LAND PURCHA8E NOTICE
WRE8H0RE LEASE NOTICE
|0MstUml Diatrict
.pTfltMlilti
"ffhiT lilsnd
��l'|il\ for
District of Skeena
Hint I, Paul Brendler, of
occupntion farmor, in-
niiissiiin to lease
ore:   CommencinK
Skeena Land Dintrict-Di.trict of Caular
Take ni.tl.*c Ihnl I .1.... p', ll. I tt at ���f \ .,,,..,,,.,
11.1'.. ucausstlSB pi"*i�� , i.'i. Intend. t.> anply for
liermi..inn l�� |.urt*hn.e the f,.II,win,* deKrilieil
land.:
r.,nim.*ncinif al a |i.wl plnnlcd twn nnd ..nchnlf
mile, tn anen.terly dir��*clltiii from the i...���.t un
Naa. Itiver where the l.;,t:i !.,..��� trail l*ei*ini>,
thenre we.1 wi chain., thence tMiuth *'-. twin,..
thence cail Kl chain., thenee north Ml chain. t��
i' -ii.i nf | illlllllllllllillllt, cnnlainlna i*,tn ssm
more nr le...
Date Keh. :i. toil JnSKI'll BtLWAT
I'uh. Mar. 10
Bkeena 1ji.iI tli.trlct-Dl.trlrt nf t'aa.lnr
Take nutire llml I Arthur .lame, Wel.h nf Vancuuver. ncciii.atit.n l.n.ker, intend,. I.. :u ilt   fnr
i��crmi..i<��n to panhsss th.- nuswlss sssarifasd
Unda:
r.inimencini/nt n |i..*l i.lanted three and one*
half mil.*. In nn en.lerly dlrecli.in from Ihi* |...lnl
nn Nan. Hiver wher.* the l_va 1 :il <��� trtiil t'otn-
mencc. near Ilu* Irnil, tlii'tui'eni.t einl.lt ehslna,
moss south SO ih.in.. theni'i* wem hi ehslns,
thence north HI rhiiin. lu point uf c���iiiili.,n,,i,in.'iil
cnntalnlmr Mil Here, mnn* or le...
Date I'd.. .1. lull Altilll'll JAMKS WELCH
I'uh. Mnr. 10 Jniteph BalVSy, ftlSBt
Skeena ljind Dl.trlcl- lli.lrirt of Cn..lar
Take nntice thnt I Andrew I ���uinmlna*. nf Vnn-
couver. II.t'.. nrriipntion oook, intend, tn Ipplv
for permi..lnn t,. purclin..* lhe followini* MSStlb
ed land.:
Commencinir nl n |h,.i plnnleil Ihree nnd on. ���
half mihS. In an ea.lerly dirertinn from lhe point
nn Naa�� Hiver where lhe Ijivuljike ln.il l��.*ii
nenr Ihe trnil. thence we.t hi chine. Ihenre wuth
wirhnin.. thenre en.t SS chains, thanca* north W
chain, tu poinl of cummcni'cnienl, rontnlnlni* SM
j* J j"1" Planted abontU feetfroirn the
"flot 180] onPorcher Is-
I
forttw!
ia��if,,.i;
bsncmni
in n southerly direction
nigh wuti-r mark 1200 fett;
: i" low wati'r mnrk; thence
I'lllnwinj* low water mark
thencc
'.'.
fast to point of com*
l,���. 1 ,,        PAUL BRENDLER.
' '   March 7, lilll.
***** insertion llwoh 11
ANDKKWri-MMINCS
.1 |,h II. Itt io. Ai'.'it
chnin.     ^^^^
acre.. . ,,
Date Fed. .1, It'll
full. Mar. 10. ^^^
Sk��*na Und I'JV^Vi'm'iK of S'm,.
Take notice thnt I H"��h ' ���   '    J    ���' ���,,,,|v f���r
pert,   uccup.tlnn l��l-'""-' '" ^V m   Kerihsd
p��rml.��lon to purchn.c the luuuw.i k
Isnda: . nu���t���i three nnd nne-
Commenclmratnpo*   pm n(, ������,,,,
half mile. In an ea.terl> dire. i. ��' ���  ,���,,,,,���
nn Naa. Kiver Sh��(*sU��S LSWg. ^
Es��SJfiftW��a.	
runUlnlna M" acre. .,���-,, ��� OtLLB
Date Feb. 3. IS"* Jn.ciih Uelway. Auent
fub. Mar. 10. JOWP"
Lake, up beyond the summit, carrylmjl
iri'iKlu during the summer for the
contractors. The big boat, which consumes two utuluiis nf Kiisoliiie everv
linur, wils lirnuKht fnmi the Pacific
wsst, where the tl. T. P. contractors at
l rince Rupert used ii um ihe rivers.
Fifteen carloads of su|i|iiit*s were also
snipped   west   for the  camps  in  the
mountains,   Freighting of supplies wes
of the NU'ol head is now brisk, and will
continue till sbout Jarch Slat.
LAYING A MILE       I
OF RAILS A DAY
RAPID CONSTRUCTION ON ALASKA LINE
Copper River it Nortliweatern Line
Will be Through to Bonanza by
April Rood ia Now in Part Operation.
_ Cordova, Alaska,Mucrli 15.- Mr. K.
C. Hawkins, nneral manager of ilu*
Copper ici\��-r i* Northwestern Railway,
returned from un Inspection to the
line last night and reported that work
is progressing su rapidly that the line
will be completed i<> Bonanxa earlier
i han atnidpaied. n la possible that
tha line will be finished early in April,
The mild weather has made fast work
possible and lail laying has been carried
on at a rate of more than a mile a day.
Despite the early rains, which fell lasi
month, causing snowslldes ami brief
Interruptions in train service, the road
has been operated all winter between
Cordova and t'hitina, where it councils wtili ihe Fairbanks trail.
K litis been possible to get S larger
amount nf mail through to the interior ibis winter and yesterday the post
nllitv here began forward to all classes
ol atiui to Fairbanks and other points
beyond ihe mountains. Heretofore second class mail hud not been sent over
the trails during the winter season.
SALMON FLEET
LEAVE SEATTLE
ARE PREPARING FOR A BIG SEASON
Halibut Fleet Arrive Home Alaaka
Fiaheriea to Employ 12,000 Men
During Next Three Mont Im Many
of Them Are Orientala.
Beattie, March 20.���The last of
the Abakan halibut fishing vessels
arrived home from the north yesterday and today the salmon Meet began
to depart from Seattle fur the various
canneries along ths coaat of Alaska.
The ship Charles B. Moody sailed for
Urea, Prince William Sound, anil will
bc followed by the ship Henjainin P.
Packard for t'higuik; the ship Si. Paul
fur Keiial; lhe liurt|Uc Harvester and
the ship A. J. Fuller for Dundac; the
barque J. 1>. Patau for Hunters Hay;
the barque (luy C. tioss for Nuahago
and numerous small tugs anil lenders.
The canneries which own these vessels employ 1800 men, many of them
Chinese and Japanese. Borne <>f these
employees  will  go  north  by Steamer,
but   the  M ly  uhil '-00 cannerymen
���board. The total number ol men occupied in the Alaska salmon industry
during 00 days of each year is l'-,()00.
Several new* cannery plants are he-
north. The salmon taken
humpback, blueback and
qulnnat species as in the more southern waters, but the lish attain greater
size in the far north. The cod lis lung
season will open U soon as ihe fishing
vessels are able to enter Behring Sea.
TO DEVELOP
COAL RESOURCES
TWO NEW  COMPANIES ARE  INCORPORATED
Both Will Develop the Coal Areas on
the G. T. P. Near the Yellowhead
Pass    Capitalized at $250,000 Each.
Edmonton, March 20. Two large
new coal companies, capitalized at
$250,000 each, and which will develop
rich coal areas on the (Irand Trunk
Pacific in the Yellowhead Pass, have
been incorporated within the past few-
days at Edmonton. The companies
have been promoted by Andrew I.aidlaw,
the Spokane millionaire, and are named
the "Domestic" and the "People'a"
respectively. The companies control
large coal property west of Edmonton
in the Yellowhead Pass, and development
of this property will commence ibis
summer. Mr. I.aidlaw is the head of
the Jasper Colleries, a Spokane company,
which own coal property in the Jasper
Park.
Some idea of the immense development in coal lands which is to lake
place within the next few years on the
G. T. P. is given in the fact lhal scarcely
a day goes by without the organisation
and Incorporation of a new coal company.
Several new companies have been organized since the lirsl of the year.
W.  I.. BARKER
Architect
Second avenue and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Ollice.
MUNRO  *   l.AII.EY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
BTUART .<i BTEWART
ACCOUNTANT- -:- AUIilTollS
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
Prince Kupert P.O. Box 881
ALFRED 0AR88,        l\ V. BENNETT, 11.A.
uf British Columbia atB.CnOataria.8aa.
nnd Manitoba Ban. katchawan ami Al-
Ibarta Hum.
CARSS & BENNETT!
BARR18TBR8, NOTARIES, ETC,
ofltc.*- Bxchansa block, ooi nor Thin! iivi>m>��- unit
Sixth !.lr<*'t. t'rii'fi* KuiuTt. 8
WM. S. HALL, L.D.8., D.D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All ilentnl u|��i'riili<>ti*. skilfully lr,>:it,*l.   Qaa and
local inaathauai ���dmlnlatarad let tin* palnlann.
tr.ifti.'ii >>f taoth.   Consultation fraa,   Ofltcm 19
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Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO.   63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All   memhers  of  the  order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
(i. S. .IOI1NSTONI'., N.G.
II. MORTON. Secretary.
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Daily Edition.
Tuesday. March 21
The Waste of Timber Fires
"For every foot of timber that has been cut in Canada by lumbermen, at least
seven feet have been destroyed by lire."
This startling statement is made in a bulletin of the Forestry Branch of the
Department of the Interior, lately issued Bulletin N'o. 9, "Forest Fires of 1909").
r ��*The author, Mr. II. K. MacMillan, one of the Assistant Inspectors of Forest
Reserves, is a technically trained forester, who has given much attention to this
subject. His figures have been based on the latest obtainable data, including a
careful estimate of the stand of timber originally standing in the forests of Canada
and ihai s.ill remaining; the difference between these two, less the amount estimated
to have been cut by liumbermen represents the amount destroyed by tire.
pJftKvcn this estimate of the ratio of limber burned to timber cut is not as large
as some given elsewhere. Senator \V. C. Edwards, the present president of the
Canadian Forestry Association, and one of the best-known and most successful
lumbermen of ihe Otiawa valley, is on record as saying that in that valley ten
times as much timlier has been destroyed by lire as has been cut hy the lumbermen.
The past summer has brought very prominently to public notice the forest
lire problem, especially in regard io the fires in the states of Montana and Idaho
and, more recently, in northern Minnesota, where so many towns were destroyed.
Tlie Canadian Forestry Association hits for years been endeavoring to arouse
puhlic intention in regard to these fires, and of late the work of the Commission of
Conservation has been largely directed in the same direction.
Notes and Comments
To the list of work done by thc present council as printed in the Optimist
three weeks ago must now be added:
Extended the hours on which the hotel bars may keep open from eleven
to twelve o'clock.
There is one consolation the temperance party may have, Prince Rupert
has a strong tem|H*rance man for Mayor.
M. M. Stephen! proved himself consistent at the Hospital Board meeting last
week when he successfully opposed the motion to increase the fees for maternity
cases at the hospiial. It would never do for a booster like M. M. to help tax the
birthrate out of existence.
The reciprocity discussions in the East are producing some queer situations.
The eighteen insurgent Liberals of Toronto recently organised a great mass meeting
at which they refused a lie.iring io any speakers un thc other side.
Most of the ami-reciprocity press are Tor the occasion���assuming that trade
is treason.
Another amusing situation is the way in which the country papers after having
sold space to lhe moneyed nnii-reciprocity interests are writing against it. The
Bowmanville Statesman comos out llat-footcd as follows:
"Farmers will be surprised to be told that the articles appearing in this journal
and nearly all other country newspapers with scare headlines against reciprocity
are l>eing paid for, presumably, by manufacture!! for who else would spend so
much money to defeat the treaty'.' We are paid $5 a column for space for these
anti-reciprociiy 'alarmist' articles. Funny, isn't it, that after they have been
enabled io 'roll in riches" hy a protective tariff they are striving so hard lo prevent
some trade advantage! Ining given farmers, stockmen, fruitmen, and others who
will bcnelit by freer trade with our nearest neighbors? Don't you think it high time,
farmers, that you made known in some public way your own views on thc proposed
tariff pad as an offset to the hullabaloo set up by boards of trade, which are dominated largely by manufacturers, bankers, and financial men whose interests arc
closely allied with them."
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THEATRE BLOCK      SIXTH ST.   I
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skeenn Land District-District of Cassiar
Take nntiee that I Joseph Uelway of Vanoouver
B.C.. oceupation prospector, intends lo apply for
fiermission  to purchase the folluwlnK described
ands:
Commencina at a posl planted two nnd one-half
miles in an easterly direction from the pnlnt on
Naas River where the Lava Lake trail begins,
Ihence west Ml chains, thence south Wi chains,
thence east KO ehalns, thenee north ftl chains t..
point of commeneement. containing 640 acres
more or less.
Date Feb. 3. 1911 JOSEPH BELWAY
Pub. Mar. lu
Skeena Land District-District nf Cassiar
Take notice thai 1 Arthur James Welsh of Vancouver, .leeupatioti broker. Intends to apply  for
permissiun to purrhaM the folluwlna desorlttcd
lands:
Commencing at a post planted three and ene-
half miles In an easterly direction from the point
on Nnns River where the Lava 1...k.. trail commences near the trail, thenee east eighty chains,
thence south Kll chnins, thence west Kll chains,
thencc north tm chains to point of commencement
containing 64U ncres more or less.
Date Feb. 3. I'.'l I ARTHUR JAMES WELCH
Pub. Mar. 10 Joseph Uelway, Agent
Skeena Land District-District of Cassiar
Take notice that I Andrew Cummlngs of Vancouver, B.C.. occupation  cook. Intends to applv
for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted three and one-
hnlf miles in nn easterly direction from the point
on Nuns Hiver wheie the Lnvn Lake trnil hegli.s
nenr the trail, thence west Kll chairs, thence **outh
���0 chains, th.nce east Ml chains, thence north WI
chains to point of commencement, containing 640
ncres.
Dale Feb. 3.1911. ANDREW CUMMINGS
Pub. Mar, 10. Joseph Belway, Agent
Skeenn Land District-District of Cassiar
Tako notico that I Hugh 1). Gillls nf Prince Ru-
pert,   occupation  Inburer,  Intends   to apply for
permission to putrhase thc following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted three and one-
half miles In an easterly direction from the point
on Naas lllver where lhe Lava Lake trail begins
and one mile In a northerly direction from the
said Lava Lake trail, thence north KO chnins.
Ihence ensl Kll chuins. thence south 8) chains,
theme west Mi chains to point of commencement,
entaining ivtn acres.
Dale Feb. 3. 1911. HUGH D. GILL1S
Pub. Mnr. 10. Joseph Belway. Agent
WILLIAM    FRASER    ACQUITTED
Butter   Charge   Dismissed   and   Accused Entirely Exonerated
William Fraser has heen acquitted
of the charge of having unlawfully taken
a case of butter, the property of Messrs.
Foley, Welch & Stewart. After the
evidence had been heard this morning,
Mr. Patmore put up a strong argument
for the defence concluding with the
request that the magistrate should
entirely exonerate Fraser as well ils
dismiss the charge against him. W. E.
Fisher, the prosecuting attorney, heartily concurred with Mr. Fisher in this,
and Fraser is accordingly cleared of the
entire charge.
Regarding the mention of his name
in the Opiimist as a "strike leader"
Fraser desires to Bay that while he
certainly took a prominent part in the
organisation of the P. R. I. A. he die-
claims the term "leader" as under the
constitution of the association there are
no leaders acknowledged by its members.
Millinery   Opining
Hnmblin & Co. will show their stylish
and correct Spring Millinery on Monday, March 20th��� They have on hand a
large stock of Millinery, Trimmings,
Children's Hats, Sailors, Untrimmed
Shapes, Flowers, Etc., at the most
popular prices, and invite the inspection
of the ladies of Prince Rupert at their
new millinery parlor, Exchange Block,
Gth St., nearC. D. Newton's Real Estate Office. 64-G6
Baakctball
Don't forget the basketball game at
the Roller Rink tonight. The Kaien
Island Athletic Club vs. the Roller Rink
Tigers. Game called at 8.30 p.m. sharp.
Admission 25c.
There will be an Irish Dance given
at the Mclntyre Hall on Wednesday
night the 22nd. 66-G8
Prince Rupert   Young   Liberala
A meeting of the Executive  will   be
held on Wednesday, 22nd inst., at 8.30.
at  the  office of  Williams & Manson,
Helgerson Block. 66-68
The
New
REAL ESTATE AGENT
You all know that 0t) Real Estate
Agents in a hundred list stacks of sun!'
then peddle it to people that don't
want it.    My system  is  the opposite.
At the Moment I Want:
A Lot on lteai'h Place, cheap.
A Snap on 2nd or 3rd Ave., between
4th street and McBride.
2 Lots on 4th Ave., Section 5.
Particulars of Iron claims, especially
if in large bodies.
A quarter section at Hazelton.
More gravel adjacent to Prince Rupert.
1 also require a good Lady Stenographer immediately.
I also wiah to inform the persons
who borrowed my "American Typewriter on Tuesday last, the Hth insr,
whilst I was away in Vancouver that
if they do not return it this week there
will bc "somethin doin" in the shack
behind the Government Offices.
One of my acres at Massett will
make you a fortune. The only courage
worth anything today is money courage.
Chas. M. Wilson,   Ir^-IL.
P.O. Box 2, Phon* 69 blue or nt Empreti Hotel
LAND  LEASE  NOTICE
Skeena Land Dittrfct- Dintrict of Coait Ki.th:��- T>
Take notice thHt 1 Sevei in A. Tallander of Porcher Mand, occupation ship matter, Intend to apply for permiaaion to leaae the following described forenhore:
Commencinir at a po��t plantetl at tho N.W. corner of lot \'Mr2, thence went to low water mark,
thence aouth along low water mark 26 chalna
more or lew*, thence eaat to S.W. corner of lot
1U02, thence north alonir high water mark (being
the westerly boundary of lot 1302) 26 chains more
or less to point of commencement and containing
all foreshore In front of lot 1302.
SEVERIN ALEXANDER TALLENDER
Dated March 9.1911.
Pub. March 18.
Queen Charlotte lalandi Land DUtriet���District of
Skoena
Take notice that I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for permimion
to prospect for coal and petroleum on the folls(iGG
to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following
described land:
Commencing at a poat planted about aeven
miles north and one mile west of the mouth of the
Tl-el River and marked J. MeL., S. W. Corner,
No. 14, thence north R0 chains, thence east 80
chains, thence aouth 80 chains, thence weU 80
chains to point of commencement; containing 640
acres, more or leaa.
Dated Feb. 28, 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. March 3. Clarance McDowell, Agent
Guessing
Contest
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To thow de��irini? a ehaapar t*M I * >
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GRAND C0NCER
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Thursday, March 23i
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Ticket. OOe    at Orme'.    Retet.trl Sei
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March 21.
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SLAUGTERING CLOTHING
$10,000 STOCK OF NEW SPRING CLOTHING
To be Slaughtered in Four Days
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Over-bought and Over-stocked
in Clothing we must unload to
make room for clothing purchased while in the east and
now en route.
IN THE NEXT FOUR DAYS
we must reduce our stock by
one half, and you will help us
do it. You need a new Spring
Suit ana we need the room.
What we are offering you is
all new and up-to-date clothing most of which are new ar-    J
rivals, made by expert tailors <y
from specially selected mater- Sp^
ials cut to the very latest style,
all choice patterns and colors.
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Regular
$20 Suit
Now
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Regular
$25 Suit
Now
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Regular
$30 Suit
Now
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Sale starts Wednesday Morning
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Second Avenue
Prince Rupert
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COAL NOTICE
COAL NOTICE
COAL NOTICE
Queen Charlolle Islands Land Distnct���District f
Skeena
Take notice that I, John McLeod ol Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply lor permission
to prt*>pect 'or coa! and petroleum on the following
dweril.'ed landi:
Commencing al a post planted about three miles
north and one miles west ol the mouth ol the ll-el
Itiver and markeil J. McL., S. E. Corner. No. 25,
ihence north So chains, thence mm* SO chains,
thence south 60 chains, thence east So chains to
point ot' commencement: containing 540 acres,
more or less. .    _
Dated Feb. 26,1911. JOHN Mcl.EOD
Pub. Feb. 2S. Clarence McDowell. Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District���District ol
Skivna
Take notice that 1. Joh McLeod cf Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for permission
to prospect for coal ar.d petroleum on the [ollowing
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about four miles
north and three mil**s west of the moulh ol the
Tl-el River and marked J. McL.. N. E. Comer.
No. S6 ther.ce south SO chains, tl.er.ee west SO
chains ihence north SO chains, thence east SO
chains to point of commencement; containing 640
acres, more or h��s.
Dated Keb. 26. 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Feb. SS. Clarence McDowell. Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District -D:-:r;r* ol
Skt��na
Take notice lhat 1. John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for permission
to prospect for coal and pet.-oleum on the following
described lands:
Commeneing at a post planted about four miles
nonh and three miles west of the mouth of the.
Tl-el River and marked J. McL.. S. E. Corner
No. tv* thence north SO chains, thence westSO
Chains, thenoe south SO chain*, ther.ce east SO
ehains to point ol eimmencemer.;: coatalalaf HO
acres, more or l.*ss. '
Intel FM>. M, 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Feb. tt. Clarence McDowell. Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District���Distriet of
Skeena
Take notice that I. John McLeod ot Vancouver,
occupation hroker. irter.d to apply for permission
to prospect for coal and petroleum or. the following
described lar.d:
Commencing at a post planted about two mile*
north cf th mouth of the Tl-el River and marked
J. McL.. S. E Corntr. No. J. therce -, ttk M
chains, tl.er.ci1 wesl so cha.r.*. thenee south SO
ehaii.s. ther.ce east SO chains to poir.t of com-
c-.*-: .-������mer.t; containing 6-10 acrt��, more or leaa.
Dated Feh 25. 1911. JuHN MeLEOD
Pub. Fab. 17. T t.Vi:*.,:. Agan
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District���Distriet ol
ttaaa
Take notice that I. John McLeod of Vancouver,
cceupation broker, interd to apply for permisaion
to pn apact for coal and petroleum cr. :h* toBaa: ^
descirbed land:
Commencing at a pes* planted about two milea
north of the mouth ol the T.-el r ver an marked
J* McL.. S. W. Correr. No. I. there* north SO
ehains, thence east so chains thence south SO
chains, therce w.s; so eba ns to poir.t cf com
____mtm���V. c r.ta::1st 64 acre*, more or leas-
Da* ed Feb. 25. 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Feb 27.                             T. E. Walter. Agent
Queen'Charlotte Islands Land District���District f
Skam
Take notice that 1. John McLeod of Vancouver.
occupation broker, intend to apply fir perrr.i***ion
to prospect tor ctal aad petroleum it the fallowing
descr.L-o Ian  i
Commencing a a post planted about two miles
north and i**.o miles west ol the mout of the
TU: Rreef and marked J. McL.. N. W. Corner.
No 27. thence south M chains, thence east SO
ch��:r- thenc* north so chains, thence w*��t SO
cha.n. BO point ol commencement: containing 640
acres, more or lesa
Dated Fe . 25.1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Feb. 27. T. E. Walter. Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District���District of
Skeena
Take notice that I Joht. McLeod of Vancouver.
occu;>at:on broker, intend to apply for permission
to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following
described lands:
Commercing at a post planted about two miles
north and two milea west of the mouth of Tl-el
K:%rr and marked J. McL.. S. W. Corner. No. 26
thence north so chains, there* east so chains.
thenc* south so chains, ther.ce west So chains to
pount *f commencement: containing 61o acrea,
more cr leak
Dat.d Feb 25.1911 JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Feb. 27. T. E. Walter. Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Lan 1 District���District of
Skeena
Take notice that I. John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broktr. intend to apply tor permission
to prospect for coal and petroleum on tbe following
described land:
Commencing at a poet planted about two miles
north and two miles west ol th** mouth of the
TK-I River and marked J McL. N. W. Corner.
No. 51. thence south so chains, ther.ce west sO
chains, thenc north so chains, tbence east to
chairs to point of commer.cem.r.t containing
64>' acres, m. re or leas.
Dated Feb. 25 1911 JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Feb. 27. T. E. Waiter Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land Dir.r.et���District of
Skeena
Take notice that I, Johr. McLeod of Vancouver
occupat'o hroker Intend to apply tor permission
to pn speet for coal ar.d petroleum on th* following
described land:
Commencing at a post planted about two miles
nonh ar.d two miles west of ihe mouth of the
Tl-*l Ruer and marked J. McL.. S. E. Corner.
N'o. 52. thence nonh so chain., thence west SO
chains, thence vuth M chains, thence east SO
chains to point of commencement; containing 640
acres, more or less.
Dated Feb. 25. 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Feb 27. T. E. Walter. Agent
Queen Charlotte Hands Land District���District of
Skeena
Take notice that I. John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to app y for permission
to prospect for coa! and petroleum on the following
desenbed land:
Commencing at a post planted about three miles
west and two miles north of the mouth ot the
Tl-el River and marked J McL. S. E. Corner. No.
67 thence north so chairs, thence ��e*t sO chains,
therce s,*ut'- SO chains, therce east SO chains to
point of commencement: containing 640 tern.
more o* leas.
Date,! Feb. 25, 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Feb. 27. T.'E. Walter. Agent
Queen Cr.ar!ott<{ls!n <!��� LmdlDistriet���District o
Skeena
Take notice that 1. Johr. McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, Intend to apply for permission
to pr. spect for coal and jetroleum on th- following
. eacribed land:
Commrnclng at a post planted about eight mil**
south and two west ol the mouth ol Tl-el Riter
and marked J. McU. N. W. Corner. No. 40. tnence
south So chains thence eaat *0 chains, thence north
80 chairs, thence west 8 ehains to po.nt ol comme- cement; containing^!0 a-res, more or leas.
Dated F.b 21. 1911. JOHN  MeLEOD
Pub Feb. If. C. McDowell. Agent
Queen Charlotte?lslonds Land District���Diatrict of
Skeena
Take notice that 1. John McLeod ol Vancouver |
occupation broker, intend lo apply lor permission
to prospect lor coal and petroleum on the lollowing
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about two miles
���outh and two miles west ol the mouth of the -
Tl-el River and marked J. Mc.L. N. E. Corner.
No. 72. thence south SO chains, thence west M
chains, thence nonh SO chains, thence east SO
chains to point of commencement; containing
640 acres, more or less.
Dated Feb. 22. 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Feb. 24. Clarence McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District���District oi
Skeer.a
Take notice that I. John McLeod of Vancouver, ,
occupation broker, intend to apply for permission
to   proepect for coal and petroleum on the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about two milee
south and two miles west of tbe mouth of the
Ti'el River and marked J. Mc.L. S. E. Corner.
No. 4S. thence nonh so chains, thence west So
chains, thenee south SO chains, ther.ce east SO
chains to point of commencement: containing 640
acres, more or less.
Dated Feh. 22. 1911 JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Feb. 24. Leslie E. Walter, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District���District ol
Sbeooa
Take nolice that I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for permission
to prospect for coal and petroleum or. the following
described lands:
Commencing at a posi planted ahout two miles
south and two miles west of the mouth of the
Tl-el River and marked J. Mc.L. K. E. i , rr* r
No. 47, thence louth SO ehains. thence west M
chains, trer.ee Berth SO chains thence east 80
chains to point of commencement: containing 640
acres, more or le-ss.
Dsted Feb 22. 1911. ��OHK MeLEOD
I'ub. Feb. 21 Clarence McDowell, Agent
Quwn Chariott* Islando Land District���District of
tk.-t-LA
Take notice that 1, John McLeod of Vancouver, ,
occupation bruker. intend to apply for perminkm
to prospect for coal and petroleum oo the foUowing
desenbed lands:
Commencing at a post planted about two.
milea south and two miles test of the mouth ul
the Tl-el River. Graham lsiand. and marked
J McU N. W. Corner, No. 34. thence south so
chains, thenc* east SO chains, thence nonh BQ
chains, thence west M chains to point of com-
mer.cemcr.t; containing 640 acrea. more or less.
Dated Feb. 22. 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Feb. 24. Clarence McDowell. Ager.:
Queer. C arl ttfl 111 ir.d; Land District��� D s r:ct ol
Ske   a
Tak* notire t a- I. John McL.od ol \ ancouver
occupation broker, intend to apply for permission
to pro pec: (or co.l and petroleum on the following
deseril*. lands:
C mmenci g at a post plant.d about six miles
south and two mi.es west cl the mouth of 'he
Tl-e: Rh��r and mnrked J. MrL. N K. Corner
No. 43 ther.c south sO chains, thence west SO
c ains. thence nonh 80 chains, then e east 80
chains to point ol commencement: containing I 40
acres, more or less.
Dated Feb J3, 1911. JOHN  MLEOD
Pub. Feb. 23. Clarance Mi Dow, 11. Agent
Water Notice
Queen Chariotte Islands Land District���District of
Bkona
Take notice that I. John McLeod of Vancouver
occupation broker, intend to apply* for permission
to prospect for coal and petroleum or. the foUowing
deacribed landa:
< - ��� nr.g a: a post planted aboot two mflH
south and two miles west ol the moutn ot the T!-el
River ar.d marked J. McL. S V. t, -. ��� -. V
thence nonh ^ chains, thence east eo chains.
thence south SO chains, thence ��t*t SO chains to
point of commencement; containing 640 acres.
-. -  .: :��� --
Dated Feb. 22. 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Feb. 24. Clarence McDowell. Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land Distriet���District of
Skwna
Take notice that I. Johr. McLeod of Vancouver
occupation broker, intend to apply for permiasion
to prospect for coal and petroleum on tbe fodowing
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about two miles
south of th* ll-el River and marked John McL.
N. E. Corner. No. 32. tbence south 80 chains,
thence MM so ehains. thence north 80 chains,
thence east so chars to point of commencement:
containing 64o acres, more or leas.
Dated Feb 22. 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Feb. 24. Leslie E. Walter. Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District���District ol
Sktvna
Take notice that I. John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupalion broker, .mend to apply for permission
to prospect for coal and petroleum on the foUowing
desenbtd lands:
Commencing at a post planted about two milee
south ol the mouth of the Tl-el River ar.d marked
J. McL S. E. Comer. No. 31, thence weat 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence east SO
chains, thence south 80 chains to poir.t of commencement: containing 640 acres, more or less.
Dated Feb. 22. 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Feb.  24. Leslie E. Walter, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land Districi���DUtrict of
Sktvna
Take notice that 1. ohn McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation br ker. intend to apply lor permission
to Drospect for coal and petroleum on the lollowing
described land:
Commencing at a post planted ahout sis milee
south and two m.les west of the Tl-el River and
mirked J.  McL. S.  E. Corner. No. 44. thence
north SO chains, the r.ce west SO , hains, thence south j
SO chains, thence east s" chains to point ot   com- |
cneemeni:  containing 640 acres, more or leas.
Dated Feb. 23. It'll JOHN MLEOD ,
Pub. Feb. 25. Clarance McDswell. Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District���District of
Skeena
Take notice that I. John McLeod .of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply lor permiasion
to prospect for coal and petroleum o11 the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about six miles
south and two west ot the mouth of the Tl-e ,
River and marked J. Mel- N. W. t'y *r No. is.
thence south 80 chains, thence east BO chains!
thence nonh SO chains, thence wool *o chains to
point of commencement: containing 640 acros,
more or less.
Dated Feh. 23. 1911. J< IBN M'LEOI
Pub. Feb. 25. Clarance McDowell. Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District���DUtrict ol
Bn ���-.
Take notice that I. John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for permission |
to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following
dfecrioed land:
Commencing at a pest planted ahout *U milea
south and two milea west of the mouth of the
Tl-el River and marked J. McL. S. W. Corner
No. 37 thence north **0 chains, thence east so
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence west SO
chains to point of commencement: containing 640
acres."more or less.
Dated Feb. 23. 1911. JOHN M'LEOD
Pub. Feb. 25. Clarance McDoweU. Agent
Queen Charlotte lalands Land District���Distirct ol
Bkooi a
Take notice that I. John McLeod of Vancouver.
occupation broker, intend to apply for permisaion
to prospect tor eoal and petroteum on he loUowing
deacribed lands:
Commencing at a pott planted about sii miles
south and three miles west of the mouth of the
Tl-el River and marked J. McL N. E. Corner,
No. 76. thenee south 80 chains, thenc* weat 80
chair... thence north 80 chains, thence east SO
chains to point ot commencement: containing
6to acrrs. more or leas.
[>ated Feb. 23. 1911. JOHN MLEOD
Pub. Feb. 25. Clarance McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land D strict ���District of
--.-- Da
Take notice that I. John McLeod of Vancouver. >
occupation hrok.r. intend to apply for permission
to prospect for coal and pet.-oleum on the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted tii miles south
and three miles west ol th* mouth ol tb* Tl-el
River ard marked J. McL. S. E. Corner. No. 75,
thence nonh so chains, ther.ce weet 80 chain*,
thence south SO chains, thenc* east 80 ehains to
point of commencement: containing 640 acres,
more or leak
Dated Feb. 23, 1911. JOHN M'LEOD
Pub. Feb. 25. Clarnc* McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte lalandi Land District���District ��f
Skeena
Tak* notic* tha: I. John McLeod of Vancouver
occupation broker, intend to apply for permission
to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following
described land:
Commencing at a post planted eight miles south
and two west of the mouth ot Tl-el River and
marked J. McL., S. W. Corner. No. 39, thenc*
north 80 chains thence east 80 ehains, thenee
south SO chains, thence west sO ehalas to point of
commencement:   containing 640 acres, more or
Dated Feb. 24. 1911.
Pub. Feb. 27.
JOHN MeLEOD
C. McDoweU. Agent
Queen Charlotte IsUnds Land District-District ol
Ske -.
Take notice that I, Jo n MeL* d ol Va couver,
occupation broker, intent o a-,p!y for permission
to prospect for c al and petroto.m on thc foUowing
deer,bed lands:
Commencing at a p st planted about four mil.*
sout.i and two miles we it ol the mouth ol the
Tl-el Rivsr and marked J. McU N. E Corner,
No. 45. thence south SO chains, thence wwt SO
chains, thenc* north 80 chains, thence east 80
chains to poi t of commencement: ontaining 640
acre*, more or leas.
Datei. Feh. 2;   .911. Ji'HN M'LEOD
Pub Feb. 25. Clarance McDowell. Agent
Queen Chariott* Islan is Land Dwtrict���District of
Sk *na
Take notice ihat I. John McLeod of Vaneouter,
oceu;atio broker, intend to appl. for pcrmjaion
to prospect for coal and petroleum on the loUowing
deecr b d lands:
Commencing at a post planted four ml'es south
ani two wen ol the m uth ol t �� Tl-el Rner and
mark.d J. McU S. E. Corner. No. 46, thence n rth
s c ain-. thenc west 80 cluins. the ce south 80
c a r.-. I ence east -0 chai t point of corn-
men *ment: containing 640 acres, more or l**s.
Dated Feb. _i. -.911. JOHN MLEOD
Pub. Feb. 25. Clarance McDowel', Agent
Queen Chariott* Islands Land District���District of
Skeena
Take notice that I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation i.rok*r. intend to apply [or permiwion
to p ospeet for c al and petroleum on th following
des r.bed lands:
Comm ncing it a post planted about I ur miles
south and two mile* we t ol the mouth of the
Tl-el River and mirked J. McL. N. W. Corner.
No. 36, thencv south n) chain*, thence e st SO
chain., thence nonh �� chains, thence wes* JO
hains to po.nt of commencement: containing 640
acres, more or leas.
Dated Feb. 23. 1911. JOHN M'LEOD
I'ub. Feb. 25. Clarance MeDowell. Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District���District of
Skeena
Take notice tha* I. John M-L   d of Van ourer,
occupation broker, inlend to apply lor perm iss on
to pro-pect or coal a d petroleum oa  n* following
d ecrihed I nds:
] Commencini at a p st plant d abo t 'o r miles
| outh and two mUes wet of th mnuth f the
|T,-e! R.ver an I -rar<ei J. M U . W. Corner,
. No. 35, thence n rth  -0 chains, thenc    eaa' 80
chains, thence sout      0 eha n*.  the c* wrst   SO
e airs  o p int of commereemeflt:      ntaining 640
I a re*, more or tee*.
Daied F-b    3. 1911. Ji-HN M'LEOD
l I. ;,!..:. c.i   e McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District���District of
Skeeni
Take notice that I, John McLeod ot Vancouver,
oceupation broker, intend to apply fo permission
to pruspect for coal and petroleum on the foUowing
descntxd land:
Commencing at a post planted eight mile* south
and two west of the mouth of Tl-el River and
marked J. McU, N. W. Corner. No. 41. thence
south 80 chains, thence w**t ��0 chains, tnence
nonh 80 chains, thence eait 80 chaini to point
of commencement: containing 640 acne, more or
less.
listed Feb 24,1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Feb. 27. C. McDoweU. Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District���District ol
. Skeena
Take notiee that I. John McLeod ot Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for permission
to prospect lor coal and petroleum on the following
described land:
Commencing at a port plan*ed eight milea south
and two w*st of th* mouth of th* Tl-et River and
marked J. McL.. S. E. C rner No. 42. thence
north 80 chains, thence wast 80 chains, thence
south SO chains, thence east 80 chains to point
of commencement; containing 640 acne, more or
less.
Datei F, b. 2t, 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
I'ub. Feb. 27. C. McDowell. Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District���District of
Skeena
Take notice that I, John McLeod ot Vancouver.
occupation broker, intend to apply for permimion
to prospect for coal and petroleum on the lollowing
described land:
Commencing at a post planted ibout eight
miles south ind four west of the mouth of Tl-el
River ind marked J. McU. S. W. Corne-. No. 77.
thence nonh SO chains, thence east ���� chain*,
t ence south SO chains, ther.ce w��,t ��o chains to
point of commencement; containing 6to acres
more or aea.
Doted Feb. 24.1 IL JOHN MeLEOD
I'ub. Feb. 27. C. McDoweU. Agent
Queen Charlotte Islandi Land District���District o'
Skeera
Take notice that I. John McU d of Vancouver,
occupation hroker, intend to opply or permwion
to prospect for coal and petroleum i n the folloiring
describe,! land:
Commencing at a post planted about eight mile* '
south and lour M ol the mouth ot Tl-el River
and ma-ked J McL.. N. W. Corner. No 7s. thence '
south   so chains, thence east  SO chains, thenc*
north SO chains, thenc* wst SO chains to poi-t ol
commenwment:   conuining 640 acne, mot* or
i?i'dL*F,'b,-2l'1',L MS" MeLEOD
Pub lib.2.. C MeDowrt. Agent
Notice is herehy given that an application will be made under Part V. of
the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
license in the Skeena Division of
Skeena District.
(a) The name, address and occupation
of the applicant is S. R. McClinton,
Estate agent, Vancouver, B.C.
(If for mining purposes)   Free  Miner's certificate No	
(b) The name of the lake, stream or
source (if unnamed the description
is) Kitsumkalum River.
(c) The point of diversion is near the
intersection of the east boundary of
lot 1405.
tdl The quantity of water applied for
(in cubic feet per second) is 140.
(e) The character of the proposed
works is a general plant for the production of heat, light and power, and
the manufacturing of wood pulp,
lumbers and timbers generally.
(f) The premises on which the water
is to be used (describe same) Mill site
almut 3-1 of a mile below intake:
wood, frame and concrete buildings
in addition to tho masonry, dams,
flumes and penstocks necessary.
(gl The purposes for which the water
is to be used  is  power development.
(h) If for irrigation, describe the land
intended to be irrigated, giving
acreage	
iii If the water is to be used for power or mining purposes, describe the
place where tlie water is to be returned to some natural channel, and
the difference in altitude between
point of diversion and point of return.
Power plant about 3-4 of a mile down
stream from the intake. Difference
in altitude SO feet.
(j) Area of Crown land intended to be
occupied by the proposed works is
100 acre.-.
(kl This notice was posted on the 6th
its nf March, 1911. and application
will be made to the Commissioner on
the 25th day of April. 1911.
(1) Give the names and addresses of
any riparian proprietors or licensees
who or whose lands are likely to be
affe-'ted by the proposed works.either
above or below the outlet. None.
S. R. McCLINTON.
James Cross. Agent
P.O. Box 285. Prince Rupert. B.C.
NOTE���One cubic foot per  second  is
equivalent to 35.71 miner s inches.
Pub. March 16. 1911.
Water Notice
COAL NOTICE
Queer. Charlotta __u ...... .
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Take notice ihai I,. Inly.... I
occupation   .n.k-r ,--.. .'.*.��� , I
Commencini; ai :, mm*.
north and one m:......
River and mark**   i
���bum south so ���i . :.';���������
thence nonh v> c...:
point  of commence-! ��� .
more or le_s.
Dated Feb. ��, MIL Ju||\ \i,
I'ub. March 1. . . L ��/''
I
Queen Charlotte talaa t-Dkw*
Take nntiee that 1.
occupation broker
to prospect for coal and ��� ���-
desenbed lands:
Commencing a' a
nonh and OH i..
Kiver and mark-1 .1
thence north   B0  el
thence south  -
point  of commence;
more or les*.
Dated FOb. ST, 1911.
Pub. March 1.
i.
. I
!..
'  i!'-' MclX
- -w|
Queen Charlotte Islan!-1.j
Take notice thi: 1
occupution brok, r. :���
io prospect for coil and |
desenbed lands:
Commencing   at   a   - . aba
milw north and or..- n
Tl-el River and ma:,.
No.  15, thence ootid
chiins. therce nonh -
chains to point ol cr..-
acrvs, more or less.
Doted Keb. 27, 1911.
Pub. March 1.
Queen Charlotte !   .
Toke notice that I, Johl
occupalion broker. :. ���   roi
to pruspect for coal and ;
desenbed lands:
Commencing a' a ;
nortn  and  one m:l*
Tl-el River and mar ���
No.  16. ihence Bon b  -
chaini. thence eouth  *
chaim to point ol oon -
ocrer. more or lees.
Doted F*b. 27. 1911.
Pub. March 1.
Queen Charlotte blu
Take nrtiee that I, Johl
occupation broker, :���
to prospect tor coat and pe*:.
decenbed lands:
Commencing at a ���
miles nonh and or..-
Tl-el K.t. r ar.-i n .:
No. 22. thence souv ���
chains, ther.ce tor*:. -
chains to point of c* l -
acre*, more or Ices.
Dated Feb. 27. ll'll.
I'ub. March 1.
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i.
Queen Chariotte Islan is U:
Skx: ���*
Take notice that I John
occupation broker, ir:.*
to prospect for ccal a:
deocribed lends
Commencing at a post pla
north and one mile wool   -
Tl-el River and ma.-k.-i J.  '
No. 23. thsnee r.orih ���    *' -
Cimins. ther.ce south  I   *
chains to point of comme' c
acres, mere or lese.
Daied Feb. 27.1911
Notice is hereby given that an anpli-   p���b. March, l
cation  will  be  made under Part \. of
"til
Leslie . ���' *���
the "Water Act.   1909,"   to obtain  a
license in the Queen Charlotte Division
of Skeena District.
(al   The name, address and occupation
of the  applicant  is  George  ^oung,
Victoria. B.C.   :K
(If for mining purposes)   Free  Miner's Certificate No	
(b) The name of the lake, stream or
source (if unnamed, the description
is) Ain Lake and Ain River.
(c) The point of diversion at or near
Ain Lake.
(dl Thc quantity of water applied for
(in cubic feet per second) 1000.
(e) The character of the proposed
works, dam. Hume, pipe-line, power
engines, plant, etc.
if) The premises on which the water
is to be used (describe same) at or
near mouth Ain River.Masset Inlet.
(gl The purposes for which the water
is to be used is for power development and mill operations.
(h) If for irrigation, describe the
land to be irrigated, giving acreage.
Iii 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 River.about
150 feet below lake level.
(j) Area of Crown land intended to be
occupied by the proposed works	
(k) This notice was posted on the
first day of March. 1911. and application will be made to the Commissioner
on the fifth day of April, 1911.
(I) Give the names and addresses of
any riparian proprietors or licensees
who or whose lands are likely to be
affected by the proposed works.either
above or below the outlet. None.
GEORGE YOUNG.
H. Edenshaw. Agent
P.O. Box 285. Prince Rupert. B.C.
Note ��� Ont cubic foot per  second  is
equivalent 10 35.71 miner's inches.
Pub. March 16. 1911.
Queen Charlotte Islands U
Skee:a
Take notic* that I. John '
occupation broker, irter :
to proepect fur coal and pet-
described lands:
Commencing at a port pa.
nonh and three miles wool
Tl-el River and marked *.
No. 55, thance sou.h -   (
chains, thenc? north 10 c- -
chaina to point of eommenc.
acres, more or lesa.
Dated Feb. 27. 1911.
Pub March 1. Leil.t -
Queen Charlotte Islands Ur
>������*���*
Take notice thot I. Jor*
occupation broker, intec i '    .
to pruspect for coal and pot!
described lands:
Commencing at a po*: pial
north and three miles *****
Tl*t\ Rivor and marked -:
j No. 56, th*nc* nonh - ' *'   ���
chain*, thence oouth  sO c  .
[ chaina to point of com.--..-:'
acre*, mor* ee less.
1 luted Feb. 27. 1911.
READ THE OPTIMIST
Pub. Mirehl. Leslie L. ��*.-
Queen Charlotta Islands U
Skeena
Take notice that I. .Inoccupation hroker. mte- 1 I
to prospect for coal ar.d ���,���.'*��� * -
deocribed lands:
Commencing at a post r '
north and thre* mi'*e* ��<"s-
Tl-el  River and  marked J   �� '
No. SS. thence nonh H c
chain*, thence south SO cha.-*
ebaina to point of commencemer:   t
acre*, mor* or lesa.
DitedFeb. 27. 1911. ,    .  g>B ���
Pub March 1. Leslie i.
Queen Charlotte Islands UnilV-
Skeena
Take notice that I. John Mel-
. occupation broker, intend to appl)
to preopect for eoal and petroleum o". tl
; deecribed lands:
I     Commencing at ��� post plantel a ���
| nonh and thre* mile* west ol the   J
Tl-el  River and marked J-  Mc*
No. 59. thence south  >0 c^urv *
' ehains.  thenee north SO crs;-<.
chairs to point of commenceme: *
acres, more or less. ,.   ,
' DitedFeb. 27. 1911. JOHN
Pub. March I. laebeE. ".
j Qtaoo Chariotte IsUnds Und DM
Skeens v
I     Take notice that I. John MeL*.
��� occupation broker, intend to a::
to prospect for eoal and petroleum on .
described lands: .
Commencing  at  a  post   pUr..e.
mil*, north and thre* miles �����
the Tl-el River and marked J. MeL   *
No. 57. thenee south SO ehai-'.
chains,  thene*  north  80 chai-.��.  '.
chain to point ot commencement:   c
acne, more or le���l smsx  "
Dated Feb 27, U1L ,.. 'OHN
Pub March 1. Lube E. ���*��� ���
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���Subdivision of Sec. 9) about 200 yards from waterfront
This   Subdivision   is   the   only   inside   subdivision   not  owned
by the Railroad Company.
Lots from $700;  Very Easy Terms
-NORTHERN  AGENTS-
lamuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers, Prince Rupert and Stewart, B. C.
Agenta for Stewart Land Company,  Limited
LAND  PURCHASE NOTICE
COAL NOTICK
JULIUS LEVY
Jobber of High-grade Havana Cigars
Tobaccos Wholesale and Retail
C)\L n mc E
ti.arlulU' Mantis Umtl District     Distnet of
Skwna
I notlM that I, John McLood of Vancouvor,
tinn broker, intern) to apply for permiasion
peel fur roitl antl [xHroleum on tho following
���d Unds:
mincing at a pent plantod about eight
torth and three mill* west of the mouth of
��� i Uiver and marked J. McL- S. v.. Corner,
I. thence north 80 chains, thence wost MO
'.hfnn> soulh KO chainH, thonce eant 80
U pobn of commencement; containing 610
PWI or U**��.
ftb.27,191L JOHN McLKOD
Mrch 1. Leslie K. Walter,kAgcnt
Charlotte lalanda Land DUtrict���Diatrict of
Skeena       pi ^
t notice that I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
it ion broker, intend to apply for permission
. -ct for coal and petroleum on the following
>nl lands:
menring  at   a   post   planted   about   eight
lurth and one milw eant of thc mouth of the
r Md marked J. McL., N. K. Corner,
UwOfla south 80 chains, thence west 80
thrmv  north  80 chains,  thence east  80
tu point of commencement; containing 640
ttm ti  ���>,- Im
Fab. _\ 11*11. JOHN McLKOD
���larch .1. C. McDowell, Agent
'harlotte Islands Land Diatrict-Dlatrict of
Skeena
' that I.John McLeod of Vancouver,
Ion brute, intend to apply for permission
M t fat coal and petroleum on the following
: lands'
'   emu  at  a  poat  planted   about   eight
U 1 ore mile cast of the mouth of t he
- an<l marked J.  McL., S. K. Corner,
I  ence north 80 chains, thence west 80
WMt south 80 chains,  thence eaat  80
i punt of commencement;  containing 640
on or less.
-\ l'Jll. JOHN McLKOD
.reh a. Clarence McDowell, Agont
itriotta Islands l_and District���District of
Skwna
ic-- that I, John McLood of Vancouver,
t'rikiT. intend to apply fur permission
" for coal and p : r<��l. n n on the following
. ���.and,; *\**%
MCing at a |> >*t planted about nino miles
i   I one mile etH of the mouth of the Tl-el
i marked J. .McL., S. K. Corner, No. 11,
rth  M) chains, thence west 80 chains,
*0i M>chains,   thence ea*t 80 chair-- to
c      ���:.:(*��� -ii.-tit,    containing  640  acrea,
*% 1911.     n JOHN McLKOD
^Wenpp McDowell, Agent
-11 Islands land District    Disirict of
Skeena
'^at I, .1  Im Mcljpod of Vancouver,
���' r, intend to apply for permission
���1 and petroleum on the following
at a pint planted ahout nine mile a
mile west  of the mouth  of the
1 'turked J.  McL., S. \V. Owner.
"������ north 80 chaina, thencc oast 80
��� '   <   ��uth 80 chains, thenco west 80
'        i nmoncement;  containing 640
''11. (OH N McLOKD
Clarence McDowell, Agent
i lands Und District��� District of
Skeena
' 'at I, Jnhn McLeod of Vancouver,
i intend to apply for permissinn i
j CHIPS FROM THE J
HUMORISTS]
"The old customs ure (lying out,"
said the sentimentalist. "Nowadays no
yotiiiK man asks his sweetheart for it
lock of her hair."
"Well," replied Miss Cayenne, "hair
costs a good deal more than it sued to."
Stubbs was feeling his way to the
kitchen stove in the dark, when he fell
over the coal scuttle.
"Oh John," called Mrs. Stubbs, sweetly, "I know what you need. You should
get what they have on hattlcshi|��s."
"What's that?" growled Stubbs, ash c
rubbed his shins.
"Why, a range-finder."
And what Stubbs said about woman's
wit was plenty.
Mother���Johnny Jones counts ten
before he lights.
Tommy Yep; and he doesn't count
for anything after it.
"So you are attending cooking school?"
says the friend. "Are you going to do
your own work?"
"No. I want to be able to teach my
husband how to prepare the meal* in an
emergency."
HURT   CLEARING  TOWNSITE
Andrew  Hanaen  Wanta  to Start  a
Little Fruit Buaineaa
Andrew Hansen, a workman engaged
on the clearing of the townsite three
years ago had the misfortune to hurt
his leg and has been in the hospital
ever since. He now applies to the
city council for permission to erect I
small fruit s.and at the corner of Third
avenue and Fifth street in order that
Crippled though he is he may earn his
living. The mal ter went to the streets
commit irr.
OBJECTS TO STABLE AIR
An Old  Problem Reappears in City
Council for Settlement
Bkaana Land DUtrict���DUtrlcl ol (nasi Range I
Take notice thai William franklin Carpenter
oi I rince Rupert, li. c., oceupation restaurant
neper, intends to apply tot permWon to purohaie
the tollowing deacribad lan.l i
Conimcncinp at a poat plunli*.l al the south oust
corner  nl aurveyed  Lot   171U,  lliem-e  Ml  chaini
eouth, tlwni-e about x"> ehslna weat to Lot less
thenoa 10 chaina north, thenre Id chains west
thence about li", chuins norlh lu Lot B068 ihence
aliiiul 110 chaina easl In amiili east corner ol Lot
lltllls, thence ahout 3S chains norlh to Lol 1711,
thence aliout fill chains east lo point of commencement; containing .It'll acres, more or loss
lloteil Feb. Ifi, lull.
I'ub. March I.
WILLIAM FRANKLIN CARPENTER
Skeena Land llislrict -District ol Coast Range 5
Take notice that Mary MuriiKrol Qlllll ot Victoria, II. c., occupation housekeeper. Intenda to
appl> (or permission to purchase the following
deecribed lamls:
Commencini: at B poet planteil al the north east
corner ol Lot 11987. ihence 10 chains weet. tlience
20 chains soutli, tl *,* 20 chains wwt to T.  L.
:l2r>!>7, thence ahiiul Ml chuina north tu I .ukelse
River, thence meandering saiil river up stream in
a souihcaatorly direction to Lakelae Luke, thence
meandering sud lake to point ol commencement
containinu   160 ucres, more or less.
Post murkeil M. M. 1;., N. K, 1'orner.
Dstsd Feb. II, lull.
I'uh. March I.
MARY MARGARET OILUS
Ske. na Lan.l Dislrici - District ol Coast Rune   6
Take notice thut   Uenjamin   Ruossl   Riee of
I'rince Rupert, II. ('., occupation waiter, inlenila
to apply (or periulasiun to purchuse the following
lie . jn e I lumla:
Commencing ut a post planteil 11.1 chaina aouth
from the south cast oorner ol Lot .lofiu, thence 70
chains weal, Ihence li.". chains north, thence 70
chains eust, thence 65 chnina aouth to point >.f
commencement; containing l.'.r, ucres, moro or
less. I'ost mark.sl II. R. It.. S. K. Cor.
Dated Fell. Ill, lull.
I'ub..March 4. IIF.NJAM1.N RU8SELKUCI
Bkssns Lund Diatrict -District ol Coaat Range 5
Tuke notice that David Mcl*cnnuit uf I'rince
Rupert, 11. C, occupution clerk, intends 10 apply
lor IM-rmiaalon to purchase the following descnled
lan.la:
Commencing ot a post planted 10 chalna south
from the south wesl eorner of Lot v'l, thenee -10
chuins east, thetic* 40 chains north, thence 40
chuins weat. thenc 10 chuiha aoulh to point of
commencement: contuining 1110 ucrea, more or
leaa. Poat markisl D. M.. S. \V. Cor.
Datad Feb, 13, ion DAVID Mcl.KNNAN
I'ub. March I.
Skeena Und District���Diatrict of Cout Range fi
Tuke notice thut Alexander Iteaton of Vancouver, 11. C, occupation carpenter, intenda to apply
for permiaaion lo purchaae the following deacrihv.1
lamia:
Commencing ut a (mat planted hi) chaina aouth
(rom the aoulh w-vat corner ol Ixil UUliu. Poet
marked A. II., N. \V. Corner, thence 30 chaina
���outh, thence '" chaini eaat, thence 30 chaina
north, thenci' M chalna weat to i*nint of commencement; coiituiiiing 200 acre*, mor.* or l.-ss.
Dated Feb. IS, mil.    allw.hii: iikaton
Fub. March I.
Skeena Land Diatrict -Diatrict of Cout Range I
Take notice that George 1 ��� -. n-��� ol I'rince Rupert
11. C. occupation .  inl nda to apply  fo
permiaaion  to  purchaae  the  following  *l-  nl- .1*"
fends:
Commencing al a iioat planted on ahore ol
l���k.-l*.* 1���ke about 60 chaina north ea.t front uutlet
ol aaid lake .l.ukels.. River:, thenre 211 chums
north, thence aboul 60 chains eusl to Lakalao
Lake, thence meandering said lake shi IS in ��� weai-
arly diie.*tion to point ol rommence-nont; containing 80 ucres, moro or leas. Post matkeil (.. L.
S. W. Corner.
Date! Fah. II. 1911. GKOIttiK LEVICK
Pub. March 4.
Queen Charlotte Islands Land Diatrict���District ol
Bkeena
Take nolice that 1, John McLeod ol Vancouver,
occupulion hroker, inlend io apply for permission
tu prospect for coal and petroleum on the lolluwing
described lands:
Cummencing al a post planteil aluuii three miles
west ol the mouth ol the Tl-el Kiver markisl
J. McL. N. E. Corner, No. 71), thenoe south SU
chains, thence wesl SU chains, thence norlh SU
chains, thenee east SU chaina to point ol commencement; containing tiln acres, mon- or less.
Duled Feh. 21, 1911. JUHN MeLEOD
PUB. Feb. 23. Clarence McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte lalanda Uml District -District ol
Skeena
Tak*\notice that I, John MoLood of Vancouver,
occupation hroker, intend to apply lor permission
lo prospect lor coal anil pelroleum on the lollowing
described lunds:
Commencing al u post plumed tlin-e miles west
ol the mouth ol the Tl-el River und marked J.
McL. S. K. Corner, No. 2U, thenee north SU
chaina, thenco weat su chains, thence south Kll
chuina, thence eaal 80 chains to point ol commencement; containing lilll acres, more or less.
Datisl Feb. 21, 1911. JOHN Mil.LOU
Pub. Feb. 23. Clarence McDowell, Agent
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Queen CharlotU- Mamli Land District ��� District of
Skeenu
Tuke notice lhal I. Juhn MeLud ��f Vuncouver, j
occupution broker, intenil to apply for ptftnladon
to prMpMt (or rn..; untl |H'troleum on the follow imt
landii
t'oinmencini: nt u poxl planteil iiltmil two milen ,
west uf thi* mouth uf the Tl-el Hiver anil marked <
J. McL. S. K. Curner, No. M), ihence nurth Ml
chainn, thence west ht) chain**, thenre wiulh Ml
chains, thence east HU chains to point of commencement; containinR till) acres, nmiv or It
Dated I eh. 21, l��ll. JOHN  M'LBOD
Pub. Feh. 2A. Clarence McDowell, Auent
Tho stable in Lot 4, Block 86 Section
5   hits   t��en   causing   annoyance  to   a
imenu ia appiy ior iwr'niwnin i **    '" .     ���*-*���"        . .       ���* __    ., ,,  , l   ,, -
.1. i li.atr.ulen on the following InciKhbnniiK residents and a eompiaim
! was received at hurt rdght ��� Citjf I'ounrii
:;;::;;;,,;;;���'(;,,,'';;--',',;.lirtgar<iinKit. UdannanHfliHufepajta-MA
. at S post planteil about nine mile* :
I McU, Nrw."c"orner"'No'.'l3;ioUt that the stable was all'iwi'il to
��� .ins. thence cast so chainn. I erected too close to the house on the
;^h<^S?%t^!nextJ��.t_thr��3uRh  a, ^OTWndjnj
��� -
11.
March I
-��� 1911
JOHN MeLEOD
Clarenee McDuwell, Auent
I:
the
I next lot throufih a
i of the provisions of the
| Building By-laws. Alderman Kerr said
that it was up to the council to hack
up the building inspector and sanitary
inspector in their work, and Mayor
Manson arranired lhat I l-tter be suit
to the compl llWT stating Hi-
matter is having attention.
��� I p^t planted about nine mile��
���  Sfeel  ol  the month  ol  the,   nMntimVAiml   wn P1TRPH ASK
��� "II. McL.S. K. Corner. No. | INSERT YOLR LAND KUKLUA.-M
' ' -un. thence west 80 chainn
-.ii". thenee eant 80 chains to
������������nenti    conUlning 640 acres,
13H' JOHN MeLEOD
Clarence McDowell.Agem
�� U Und District���Diatrict of
���' I, l"linnMcI>*od of Vancouver,
,.     " ,'   ��� - - intend to apply for permmnlon
��� i ��� mi aid iwtroleum on the following
NOTICES IN THE
OPTIMIST
Skeena ljind Di��trlct-DI��trlel of Coa.t
Take n.itlce that  lleory  Macartl.ey of I'rinee
Kupert. B.C., .iccuptttl.m miner, Intenda to apply
for perinisnlun to purehone the fulluwins dracrib-
I ed landa:
Commencinir at a pot>t planted <m left bank ..f
Ex-chum-aik Kiver al*..ut twu and a half mile.
'. fn.m Ita muuth and nUiut one hnlf nub* aU.ve
rapidi*. thenc* nurth wi chaini". thence i*ai��t 40
chaim., thenc* .uuth Nt chnina mure leea tu river
Innk. thence weal 40 chalna mure nr leaa alum*
river tank tu puint uf cnmmencemenl. .*.iotainins
:_'" ncrea. mure ur lesa.
' S'ub.'j'an.vl'i'ji'i."' HKNItY MACAllTNEV
Skeena Und Dirtrict -Dirtrict ol Coaat Kange 5
Take nuiice that Angun lleatun uf I'rinee Kupert,
It. C , occupatiun miner, intendi to a;.pl> l..r |-er-
mianinn to purchase the following deacrilvl landa:
Commencing al a |h��i planted al the auuth
eaat corner of Ul :l'J*7. thence 40 chaina west,
thenee It) chains aouth, thence aboul B0 chaina
eart to Ukela.* Uke. Ihenc* meandering aai-l lake
ah.ire in an northerly direction to point ol com*
maocementl amiaimng I7U aer.~, more or Has.
|',..i mark.*.! \. II.. N   I., t'orner ���.....,...
Date.1 KSb. II. ltfll. AMil I BiATON
I'ub. March I.
- Skwna Und Di.trict���Dialrici of Coart Kangc I
1     Take notice lhal Mary Hell lleatun ol \ancou
vol, II. Cm occupalion .pir.ater, Imend. to apply
lor iHTmiislon to purehaae the following deacribed
Cummencing  at  a  net  planled  at  the north
east corner ..I Ul IWO, thenci alx.ut .10 chaina
' n-Tth tu Ul  IT-'I. t'l'-n"- "I) chaina weal t    Ul
IMS   thence abiut 10 ehabn aouth lo l^il Wsl,
thenee  to chai-,. SSSt, theic* 10 c'lai-.a aouth to
|^,t 6sJ   tl re 20 c-aim. eaat, lhei.ee 20 chains
north,  thenee 20  ehaina .-art  10  |mlnt   frf com-
n.e.i imentl contslnlni IfOssra m .re *.r lew.
I'n��l ma.ke-1 M. H. II . S.K. Corner.
D���.:.| ".���l.ll.l:.il        MAKV  ll.'XI* HEATON
I'ub Mar.h 4
Skeena Lund District    District of Coast
Itange 6
Tnke notice that I,   Kred Carton,   of
I'nnci' Rupert, H.C. occupation fur
tner. intonds to apply for permission to
uurchaie the following doacribad lands:
Commencing nt a post planted at we
north east   cnrner of siirvevril l"t IB87,
Range 5, Coaal dlitrict, thenca north 60
chaini to a  ilough; thenoe area)  >
Chalnll tbence smith BO chni"s: thi'lice
ensl 2H chnins to the point of com
.mencement. PRBD. GART0N
Dated February 26th, IMJ
First inscrtinn Mnr. 11
Quoen Charlotte Inlandn l.:u;-l Disuict ��� District of
BltMra
Take nntice that I, John Mil...* i>f\ancouver
nccii|��utiitii broker, intent) tu apply for p-riM.v>inu
tn pronepct (or roal ami (wtroleutn on the folluwinR
de.scriheil landn:
t M'i.?i.." .-.i ���'. at a pont planted aliout two milen
nouth m.-l two mile* west of th<> mnuth of th��t
ll-el Kiver und marked J. Mc.L. S. ! Corner,
No. 71, thence north hO chainn, thence <m*%\ H
chainn, thenc<> nouth bU chainn, thonce eant SO
chainn to point of commencement; containing '"l"
acit*. Dion nr lesn.
Date.1 Feh. 22, l'Jll JOHN* UOLBOD
I'uh. Feh. 24, l***\\* K. WalUr, Agent
Quc��n Charlotte Ulandi Land District���Dlitrict ot
Skuena
Tnke notice thnt I. John HbLhmL of Vancouver,
H.C, <*ecu|>ntiun hntker, intend to npnly for per-
minnion to DrotpMt fnr ennl and petn.leum on the
followinK denchlHtl landn,
4. CommviK-intr at n poit planted two milet*
WflOtof the ntirlhwi'nt ruriier of eetfil licence Nn.
:t47:i, marketl J.M.. S.K. corner, thence mirth Ht
chains, thence went hi chain*, thenee smith h>
chain!*, thence eant w chainn, t<i point t.f etmi-
mt'nctment, JnllN MeLEOD.
D.itetl Fth. 1. 11*11 Wilson tifiwfnir, Airent.
I'ub Feh. 11.
Queen CharlotU Islamls Untl District��� District of
Skeena
Take notice that I. J��.hn Mcl>e��nl, of Vancouver.
B.C., occupation bruker. Intent! t�� apply fnr iier-
mtoaion t<> pro^port fnr c<��al antl petruleum tm the
i"..ii.i\vinv ��l��-<nUti lands.
5. Cotmncncinir al a Host planteil twu miles
wi-stnfthf KmUWPMt OOfBOC O-T00M licence No.
-171. marketl J.M.. N.K. corner, thence south mi
chainn, thence wmt M) chains, thence nurth hi
chainn, tlu-noc easl HU chains topui.it uf com-
t���..n.��menl. JOHN McLKOD.
Datnl Int. ;'tll Wilw.n tiowintt, Ai(ent.
Puh. I . b. 11.
Qut��n Charlotte Islan<U Und D.slrict��� Dintrict of
BIhmui
Take notice thai I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, Intenil to apply for permln<ion
to pro*pec( fnr cual and petroleum on the ffiPnwinft
JmcriUtl lands:
Commencing at a twnt plant* <1 almut three
milen north and one nu west of lhe mouth til the
Tl i*'. Kiwr and marknl J. MeL., S. W. <"rn r.
Nu. lh, tlience nnrth mi chains, thenn* n'l M>
chainn, ihenee south Ml chains, thence ttm "0
chains to point ol commencement; containing 640
ucres, more or less).
I pat,-1 heb  Jn  UU. JOHN McLCOD
Put.. Feb. 28. Clarenco HoDoirW. Axent
Queen Charlotte Islands Und DMnct -District of
Ske��*na
Take r.uiicr that 1, John MoL-dd of Vaooovrar.
occupation bmker, intend to apply fur pern i km
lo pr*in|>ect for coal and |prtruU*uni Ml lhe ftdlowtnR
df cribi i lands! ' ���
( mmi.enciint at a post ptanml sboul five miu��
north ami one mile <m of the moir.h 0 the
ll-el Kiver and marknl J. McL, N. B. CoriW
Ko. I! I, thenn* wiuth kt> chainn, thence w����t hi
chains, thenre north Ml chains, thenn* MM M
chains to puint of commencement; containinK 61��
sen-, ii,ore nr lew.
I lad.I Feb.-i;, l'Jll. JOHN MclFOD
Tub. Feb B. Clarence McDoaell, Auent
Queen Charlotte Island* Und District ���District ol
Unom
i     Tske no��in- thai I, John McI^m! of Vann-tmr.
necopsi  brakfTi Intand to appl> for pwrntaawn
to pn j��ect fur cnal and petruleum nn the followini!
-te-nl.t-1 lamh:
Commetieirii a* a jN>*t phnUd about lOlir miles
norlh ar.tl thr.s* null* wi->t  of the mnuth uf tin-
'II el  Kiwr antl marknl J.  McL., N. W   CorMT.
Sc   M   thihee  iw"itb  N  chain-,   UiaOM   ea-*   N
(chains,  thenn*  nt.rth  mo chains,   tbence   *\**i   M
! chains lo pmnt M nimmencement;   t��#mainiriK BU
SRVSTmlSBs. ��HMMdJtOD
l Pub. tit*. W.
Bkeena Land Dlitrict���Dlitrict otUaait
_Take notice thet I, J II. UeAuchey ..f I'rince
lUiH'ri. oeeupatton miner, intf-niis i,, apply fur
jH'riiiissiun  t��� imrrluiai. tlie f..ll.,winK .i.-sciiliod
lamls:
Commencinir at a poet plantad al the eouthweel
cornor or lot 2849, thenee ..n*t in chalna, t li.*n<*e
eouth 6 ehaina, thenee ��,*>i in chalna, thenee
north 8 chaini to point ..f commencement, con-
iiiiiiinn *ju acroe more ..r leas.
Date Feb, IS, I'.'ll J. II. MoAUOHEY
Pub, Feb. U, i'.'ll.        Andrew Kennedy. Auent
Bkeena Land Dlitrict���Dlitrict of Cout
Tak.* notice tinn I. Petar Raid, of Vancouver,
B.C. ucciinuti.iii keenuter, Intendi to apply for
permleelonto purchaae tin* f..llnniiiK daeeribed
landa:
_ Commencing at a poet plantad end marked P.
11. a S.W. corner nml Immediately a.ij .mini' i>.,i.ti
marked J.M.'a N.E. comei andA.U.'i s i; mr-
ner; thenci rth ni chaine, thenee "i.*.i I" chalna,
thenoa eouth n chalna, tnence v/ael i" chaine, to
point uf eommeneement, containing :uu acrea
monorlaaa. PETER mill).
Dated 1*1 Feb. lull Charlea II. Allen, Ai*���t
rub, Feb, IB*
Bkoen l^imi Distri.*i- Dlitrict of Coaat
Take notice that I. William Anderaon. ..f Van-
.���..iiv.-r. li.c. occupation clerk, Intendi toapply
f..r iM-rmisaiun tu pureheae the rollowihg ii<*-..-iil>-
ed i.tii'l*:
Commencing;at ��� pust plantad ami marked w.
A. northweil eorner,and about I mile from Alox-
iimlpr liu.-luiti northern Ik.u!..Iiii> line; thenoe
eouth U cbalna, theneeeaal -" chalna thence
north n ehaina, thanee wi-^ini chaina, t*. point of
rnnitni'iiri'ini'iit. eontalnlngMO acree more <>r l.*aa.
WILLIAM ANDERSON,
Dat.'d l��t Feb. mil        Charlea li stmk. Agent
Pub. Fell. �����..
Skwna Land Dlitrict - Diatrict of Coaat
Tnk.*  notice  that   I. Alexander  Buchan, of
Vancouver, lit'., occupation l.iiiclicr. intenda to
apply for permimion  lo imrcliaa.' the full,.wing
deaerlbed landa:
t'oniniciicinif n poet planted ami marlnd A K.'a
S.K. crner. ami adjoining poeta marked J.M.'a
N.K. crner ami P.ll.'t* S.K tnei; thencouraat
Nicliaina. thenc.* nurth so ehaina, thenee eaat SB
chalna, thenctemith Rlcbalni i>. point ..f c.,m��
inenceineiit, eontalnlng 840 eoree more <>r laaa.
AI.KXANIIKR HI i HAS.
Datwl l��t Feb.. mil        Charlm II. Allen. Auent
I'uh. Feb. 25.
Skeena Ijinil Diatrict- Dintrict of C.aiat.
Take notice that I. Jnhn Miller, uf Vancouver,
II.C, occupaliun butcher. Inlenila tu apply fur
tmrmlmion l" |.urcha.*e the fulluwitu: deeeribM
landi:
Commencini; nt a poal plant..I about I chain
from ti.lewaler at the h��*n��t of Luacombe Bay. ond
mnrkcl J.M.'a N.K.corner, then... we.i BOcnaine,
the'ice anuth Hi chain,, lliem-e ��-!.*! mi chaina.
ihence nurth Nl chain*, feopalni "I .-..inioeiic.*-
inent. cmtainiiur l>4o acrea more or I.-...
JOHN Mil.I.Kll.
Datiol lit Feb.. lull Chai I. . II. .Stark. Airent
I'ub. Feb. M.
Bkeena Land Di-trict- Dtitricl .,| I'.n.i.
Tak.- notiee that I. Leelle I. Walter, >.f Vancouver. IM'.. occupation proci tor. Intanda i>.apply for permleetoB ui pnfgMaa , I*.- feUoeriivdM*
crila"! lamia:
Commeneini' at a p...l |.lant..t an.l markeil I..
E. W.'i S.K. curner an.l iinm.iliately atljuininK
poet mark..! W.A.'a N.W. corner, tl.ence north 40
chain,, thence weal Nl elu.in., thence .oillh 40
chalna, thenct* eaat Si chnina. to point of cnmmencemenl. cunlttinillK* It^l acre*, moie ur lem.
LESUKE. WAI.TKH.
I.:.'. ���! 1- t Feb.. lilll Charlea II. Allen. Agent
I'ub. Fell. 2!>.
Skcna Land DUtrict' Hi-trict ..f Cna.lar
Take notice that I Holcom McDonald of I'rince
Rupert, lit", oecupatlon laborer. Intenda to up-
ply for pemn-.ioii to puieha..* lhe following <lc-
acrlltetl latiil.:
Oununendng atn peat plai,i,.i il.r.<* nn-i on<-
httlf mil,'* in an ea.terly .lireeli.rfi from tin point
un Nail, River where the Uiva Ijtke trail U-irina
an.l one mil*' In n m.riheiU direction from the
.aui Ijiva Ijike trail,  them.* n-.nh   -.���   el.nin,.
thence Weal   B chain..  Ih. nee ,*ull hi.ln,,
111. I.e.*  eaat   ehaina   lu   |K.lnl   of   .'   nruetie'-ment.
eontaiiiiiH* BMecree.
Dau Fob. .i. mil. BOLCOM McDONALD
I'ub. Mar. io. Jeeeph Belway, Agent
Skeena |j>ml Dlatri. t   Diatriet of Caaaiar
Take notice thai I t'liaile. M *. I  of Prinee Ita-
pert* B.CM .-.-.'iipniion laborer. Intenda t*. npi.'y
for |..Tmimiun lo purchaae lhe following .l.-aci il*-
..I l.it.'l-
Conimenclnn at a p.*����l plantt.l ll ,,*.* ami nn.��-
! half mile, in an ea.terly direction f f.-i" ti.- polnl
nn Naa. River where lhe l.a\a l^tke trail Invma
nml one mile in a northerly dlractfcm from the
���ai.l Ijiva Ijike trail, thenoe with -' chalna,
ihenc* aget at ohalna, Ihence nortli B chalna,
Ihence weat loehgloetopolntol eteiiineneeinent,
, f-.mUininir Mu a. re,.
DaU Feb. I, lull. CHABLEB MtnilllS
i I'ub. Mar. 10. Jo��eph It.lwav. Airent
Skeena I.nn.1 Di-lricl    lli.itici ,.f t'n��.|ar
Take notice that I. John McDonald ol  prince
Rupert, B.C, occupation hotelkeeper, Intendi to
apply for perun-.ion   to  purchaae  Ihe  fullowing
I deecribed lnn.li:
.'-.itin.en.-iiin at a |.*d��l plahle.1 thrw* nml one.
half milee In an eaaterly olre lion from Ihe point
on Nna�� Rivet where Ihe t.ava Lake trail beginl
endonemile in n northerly direction fr. m tl."
���ai.l l.ava IJike trail, lh. nc .Hi eighty ��� hain��.
llieneeweot *" chain,. Ihenee nerth Rl chain,,
Ihenceeut  hain, lo punt of rummen. em. nt.
cunlalnlnir Mn acre,. .....
Date Feb. 3. llll. JOHN Ml DONALD
' I'ub. March lo. Jeeeph Uelway. Air. nt
Jiill>  .iin.r.on
Clarence Mciowll. A��eni
Queea chirioti.* l.lm.i. Lead Dtotriot���Dhttlet of
Skr. >na
Take nnlic* thai I. John Mclyn.| of Vancouver,
��� ��nipai...n I roi er, mien.l to apply lur   |*.rmiar.ion
lo pro MCI lor coal ami |��.|roleiim on IM lollowini!
���Ii-��'lil��-<l Un.l.:
CommendrB el a pen plant.-I almut Inur miiio
north ami three mil.i ��-m of the moulh nf lhe
, Tl-el Kiver ami marked J   Mrl.., K V.. I niner.
��� No   M  Ihence north mi ch��in��  thence ea*t w
chain.,  thenee  "".nh  HI e ains.   thenci  ��    i   N
chlln, 10 point "I commenn.' I ent;   containinu NO
' acne, mm.* or leaa, ���,,,����� .. ,..,,,,
Daud Feb. M. MIL    _ J "IN MeLEOD
Pub, Feb. 'il Clarence MaDowaO. An* ��� t
Queen Charlotle Uliml, l-n.l Dislrici -Dii-trict ol
Skeena
Take notic.. lhat I  Jnhn Mel^el nl Vancouver,
oceupation broker, inteml to apply for permwinn
io praepeet lor coal anil |*troleum on the following
1 ilerenla^ land ...��      .   ....      ���t<���
Cummenci �����' ep��t planiel about three ml.ea
I weal iml iwn miloa nnrlli of the mouth   Ithe   lilt
Illv-r end marked J. Mel... N.   K. f erne   N-
��� Ihence aoith 0 chain.. Ihenee weat aO chaina,
ii.-ce cnrth.ne.ain,. the.c��ea"t ehaina to point
olrom-wicciipnt; cnnlalnlnB 110 aerea more  nr
1 MS Feb t\ mil. _ JOHN J��H*22
I I',, .Keh 27. T. h. Wa.ur. Agent
COAL NOTICE
Queen Charlolte lalanda land Dlalrict- Diatrict of
.-koena
Take nnliei* lhat 1. John Mcl.eo.1 ol Vancouver,
It. ('��� occupation bruker. intend to apply lor |.er-
miaaion to ,.rn,[*ect for ei*al and ja-troleum on tha
following .l.*M*ril*e.l landi:
B, Commencing at a po,t t,linte.| one mile
north .1 lie ii rtl wc,t crner ol I ol 171, mirked
I. MeL. N.W. Corner, lieingthenorth we I eorner,
thenre ea.t Kll ehaina, thence nuiiI. BO chaina,
tierce wo��t h'lchain., thence north ^o chain, U
point ol commenement. ��� ....  ,,.,.���,
luted Dec. 24,1910. JOHN M'LEOD
Pab. Jin. tl. w. Daaa, Agent
gu.-en Charlotto laland, Und Dialrici- Diatrict ol
Sk.-ena
Take notiee lhat I, Thoa. II. Davey ol Queen
Charlutte, occupation noUry public, intend to
apply fur pannWba to prm(*eet lor ciail and
petroleum on Ihe lollowing deaeril^l land*
Commencing at a |e��t planted nine milea north
and two mile, eaat of Section IS. Towi,,l.lp 7,
liraham l-land ind marked No. It, T. II D.. S. K.
corner, thenee we.t 1*0 chain,, then���, norlh HO
chalna, thei.ee ea-t HO chain,, thence aouth K0
ehaina to point of Commencement, eot.Ul .ing HO
acrea more or Inc. _,,,���.   ,,   ,,.,._.���
DitedNov 6,1910. TIKIS. It. DAVKY
I'ub. Dec. 3. Wilaon Cowing, Agent
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THE   PRINCE   RUPERT   OPTIMIST
TO BUILD FLOUR MILLS
CLOSE TO BELLA COOLA
Big Firm of Minneapolis Millers Will Make Bid  for
Pacific Coast Trade���Will Build Line From
Peace River to Alberta and Bring
in Alberta Wheat
Vancouver, March 20.���Some few-
week ago a Dominion charter was
grunted for the Bella Coola, Peace
River and Alberta Railroad to what was
understood at .he lime to be a party of
Minneapolis capitalists who were interested in the project (or the establishment of a flouring mill Industry up the
Bella ("oola Inlet. It has now transpired
that the l'illsbtiry-Washburn Intereata,
whose name il a household word w herever
bread is baked, are at the back of this
concern.
On the best of authority it may be
stated that the Pillsbury-Washlmrn
firm is about to build in the very near
future a llour mill of enormous capacity for the manufacture of a superfine
high-grade flour from wheat grown in
Northern Alberta and the IVace River
districts.
It has been recognized by this company that the further north the wheat
is grown the better the flour, and this
at the smae time is a recognized fact
the world over. For many years p;tst
the Hudson's Bay Company has been
growing wheal at '.heir poll at Kir,
Vermillion, which is Tim miles nonh of
Edmonton. At the Chicago World's
Fair, held in ISi'U. flour manufactured
from wheat grown by the Hudson's Bay
Company at the f.��rt. won the gold
medal, the highest of all honors which
it was in the power of the executive to
bestow, and since that time it has been
an incentive for a number of shrewd
Americans to develop their plain and
await ihe great opportunity which railroad facilities would give them.
The added facilities which will be
afforded by the completion of the
Panama Canal have not been lost sigh
of and they will add materially to the
merchantable quality of the pn duct.
As to the exact capacity of the mills
which are about to be erected and established on the Inlet the details are not
yet to hand, but within a very few daya
they will be available.
It is understood that the railroad line
will be in operation by the time that
the mills are ready to work, and that in
the meantime all the grist that comes to
the coast by any method will be speed-
ily handled. Shipping facilities will be
established and wharves, warehouses
and elevators built, and the whole enterprise will be one of the greut est on
the coast of British Columbia.
Notice
Charles M. Wilson begs to inform
his friends that he voluntarily retired
from the Real Estate Exchange Inst
year for reasons which he will be pleased to explain to anyone interested. 64-67
LOCAL DEBATERS
IN KEEN CONTEST
DECIDED RECIPROCITY WOULD
NOT BE GOOD  FOR CANADA
Young Men of the Baptist Brotherhood Debated the Isaue -Messrs.
Wood and Rogera Got the Judge'a
Verdict after Cloae Argument.
Reciprocity is not a good thing for
the people of Canada according to the
winning side in a debute on the subject
at the Baptist Brotherhood lust night.
The wording of the resolution under
discussion waa: "Resolved lhat the
reciprocity agreement would be beneficial to Canada." The debaters were
Messrs. W. H. Stuart and Hansen for
the affirmative and Messrs. W. W.
Wood and Clyde Rogers for lhe negative.
The debute was keenly contested. There
was plenty of rivalry und sharp rebuttal
to keep the audience intensely interested.
Mr. Stuart wus the first speuker. He
said its a Liberal he would be disloyal
to Canada and good |>olitics if he did
not seek to defend reciprocity as beneficial to Canada. He said that reciprocity would permit the consumer
to purchase goods on either side of the
line without paying the present high
tarilT. Reciprocity wits one step toward
free trude und free trade hud made
Great Britain the financial centre of
the money market of the world. She
hud also been the birthplace of the
greatest industries. The woikingman
would be benefitted by this ug.eement.
Smuggling would be prevented because
unnecessary. Our coul deposits and
other minerals would be developed,
timber industries flourish, wheat und
other agricultural products find a ready
market and in every respect Canada
from Atlantic to Pacific would be
benefitted by reciprocity.
In leading the op|tosition Mr. Wood
said he would present a series of facts
that would prove conclusively that the
reciprocity agreement would be a fatal
blow to the best interests of Canada.
He further stated that reciprocity was
a certain ,tep to annexation and the
destructicn of loyalty to the mother
country'-. The implement manufacturers
of Ontario and Quebec were yet in their
infancy and needed protection from their
large corporation rivals across the line.
Canadian wheat is rigidly inspected
and a certificate of inspection goes with
all exported grain. It, therefore, sells
at a higher figure than American wheat
in the markets of the world. It will
certainly be beneficial lo the American
miller to take this wheat free of duty
to Duluth or other distributing points,
mix it with poor American grain and
���ell the finished product accompanied
by the certificate of inspection, at I
the highest price in the foreign market .
This poor grade of Hour, made possible j
bv reciprocity, will destroy the repu-
tation of Canadian wheat. It is a plausible argument that 90,000,000 of American
people will make a great market fo:
our wheat but the fact remains true
that these people export their own
wheat products und will only need our
min to Increase their export trade.
Railroads will suffer if not be forced to
declare deficits. Reciprocity will compel
them to lose the long haul East und j
Wesl to Atlantic und Pucilic ports its
trude will be diverted to the shorter!
routes 'North und Southi to the cities j
of the United States.
The reciprocity ugreement  said  Mr.
Wood,    was   unconstitutional    as   the;
government was not fortified with the'
mandate  of  the  people.    It   was  not
B plunk in the puny platform at  the
last   election.     The   speaker   though,
thut   this   wus  a  sufiicient   answer  to:
Mr.   Stuart's   cry   of   loyalty   to   the
Liberal party.
Mr. Hansen in supporting the affirms-1
live gave a brief review of the history 1
of reciprocity declaring that in every
instance reciprocal relations hud been
beneficial to Canada. He also referred
strongly to the fiuit und lish industries.
His contribution wus well rectived.
Mr. Rogers in supporting the negative
spent his time in dealing with reciprocity
as it would effect the natural resources
and industries of British Columbia.
He said that the fishing industry of
British Columbia would be seriously
injured, and the fruit industry would
be crushed in its infancy.
The judges were Rev. Mr. DesBurres,
Rev. Mr. Kerr and Mr. Frank Derry.
Rev. Mr. DesBarres in presenting the
decision ably reviewed the points of
each speaker and staled that although
it hud been a close contest the judges
hud decided in favor of the negative.
COAL NOTICE
Queen Charlotte Islands'Land District    District of
Skeena
Take notice that I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for permission
to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following
described land:
Commencins at a post planted about eight
miles north and three miles west of tho mouth of
the Tl-el Kiver and marked J. McL* S.W. Corner,
No. 61, thence north 80 chains, thence eaat 80
chains, tnence south 80 chainB, thence west 80
chai ns to point of commencement; containing
640 acres, mare or less.
Dated Keb. 28, 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. March.3. Clarence McDowell, Agent
Quran Charlotte Islands Land DUtrict���District of
Skeena
Take notice that I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupution broker, intend to appljfor permission
to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following
described land:
Commencing at a post planted about nine miles
north and three miles west of the mouth of the
Tl-el River and marked J. McL., R. \V. Corner,
No. 62, thence north 80 chains, thence east SO
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains to point of commencement; containing
640 acres, more or less.
Dated Feb. 28. 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. March 3. C. McDowell. Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District���District of
Skeona
Tuke notice that I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
oecupslion broker, intend to apply for permission
to prospect for coal and petrole im on the following
described land:
Commencing at a post planted anout nine mites
north and three miles west of thu mouth of the
Tl-el Kiver and marked J. McL., S. K. Corner,
No. 63, thence north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence east 80
chains to point of commencement: containing
610 acres, more or \c*��.
Dated Feb. 28, 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. March 3 Clarence McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte lalands Land District���District of
Skena
Take notice that I, John McLeod of Vancouver, j
occupation broker, intend to apply for permission |
to prospect for coal and petroleum on the fullowing
��� ii--pntNil land:
Commencinf at a post planted about nine
mill ��� north and one mile wwt of the mouth of thc
Tl-el River and marked J. McL.. N. E . Corner,
No. 20, thence south 80 chalna, thence west mi
chains, thence north 80 chains, thet.ee east 80
chairra to point of commencement; containing 640
acrea. mon* or leas.
Dated Feb. 28. 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. March 3. Clarence McDowell. Agent
M*^**\_fc
Northern Produce Cn'v
WHOLESALE PROVISIONS,
FRUITS and VEGETABLES
Send for our Weekly Price [__
PROMPT   ATTENTION GIVES
BHIPPING orders
Phone 151
Phone 151
NOW OPEN
THE QUICK SHOE REPAIRING SUP
Opp. Bank of HrilHi North Am-
erica. New logger* thoa U in.
hijfl). made to order it $8.60,
Men's soles Sl Ladies' soles 70c
Men's heeli 40c Lad t'hecli to
Men's sewed on $1.2$
Ladies' sewed on 1.00
Shoes  repaired wl ile you vc,it
All leather flrst-classquality.
Ludwig Slrubi - Fulton & 3rd k
Don't forget the Green Dance at the
Mclntyre Hull on Wednesday night
Wear anything that looks green.   66-68
Hoo!  Hool
The regular meeting of the Order of
Owls. Prince Rupert Nest, will be held
in the Carpenter's Hall on Thursday,
2Jrd inst., at 8 p.m. 66-69
Quean Charlotte l��l��r.,l�� Land Diatrict���Diatriet ot
Skeena
Take notire that I. John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupatinn broker. Intend to apply for permiwlon
i. pr ipeel (u,* cnal and petroleum on the fo|lo��ing :
described land:
Commencing at a poet planted about eeven
mil,-* north and one mile west ot the mouth of the
Tl-el River and marked J. McL.. S. E. Corner,;
No. 21, thence north SO chalna, thence west SO '
Chalna. thencc aouth SO ehaina, thence east SO j
chains to point ol commencement; conuining '
640 acres, mere or less.
Dsted Feb. 'Jn 1*11. JOHN MeLEOD ]
rub. March 3. ���   Clarence MeDowell, Agent'
.Whites Portland Cement...
G. C. EMMERSON
AGENT
Phone 125        Naden Block
2nd Ave.
Quean Charlotte IaUnda Land Diatrict���DiitTlct of
Skeena
Take notice that I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, Intend to apply for permlu'on i
1 to proepect for coa) and petroleum on the followini ���
described land:
CommencinK at a po-t planted ahout eight
miles north and three mile* west of the mouth of
1 tbe Tl-el River and marked J. McL., H* W. Corner, |
j No. 60, tbence eouth M> chaina, thence eait hO
chaina, ihence north 80 chaina, tbence weat -��>
chaini to point of commencement; containing ,
640 acree, mor or leas.
Dated Feb. 28. 1911. JOHN MeLEOD I
; I'ub. March 3. Clarence McDowell, Agent t
DISPENSING
PRESCRIPTIONS
a specialty
at
ORME'S
Drug Store
C*  H ORME
The Pioneer Dnirtnl
PHONE   :   ;   ;   82
This advertisement clipped from the
Boston Tost (fives the story of the
wonderful development now 'going on
in Canada. Look out for British Columbia. The profits to investors in
Town lots in all Grand Trunk Divisional
and Terminal Points will astound the
world. Buy now. Ask Uncle Jerry
for price lists ond full information.
LAST~YEAR
REAL ESTATE OWNERS IN
Western Canada
MADE
$100,000,000
From the most accurate figures obtainable, over One Hundred Million
Dollars was modi' hy real estate own*
it- In growing cities and towns of
Western Canada last year. This vast
wealth WU exclusive of improvements
and represented actual increase in land
values alone.
Original records gathered bv the
Winnipeg Free Press prove tfiat in
eight western Canadian Cities the value of land alone ���not counting improvements-increased .W_ per cent, for the
last live years-an annual increase of
IU p��r e��lt for each city during the
last live years. These figures indicate
that investments in live, growing cities
in Western Canada are as safe and
sure as an investment can be, and that
1011 per cent profit each year is almost
a certaintv.
THIS YEAR
THEY WII.I, tNnOl'HTEIlLY  MAKE   $100.
000,000   MORE
You have an opportunity now to
participate in these immense profits by
being one of the original purchasers of
town lots in the Grand Trunk Pacific
addition to the fast growing Western
Canadian cities, otherwise known as
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Division Points
WATRCl'S. MELVILLE. WAIMVRIGHT,
BIGGAR
The Grand Trunk Pacific offers in
these splendidly located, fast growing
Division Points and in the townsite oi
Toflak) an opportunity for the investor
to share in the large" profits thut are
���ure to accrue as a result of the rapid
and substantial growth thut characterizes Grand Trunk Pacific Division
Points and well located cities and
towns in Western Canada.
The Grand Trunk Pacific does not offer townsites or additions so located as
to make investments in them of 0**M-
tionable value. The object in selling
these lots at the low prices at which
they are offered is to encourage the upbuilding of these cities from which the
Grand Trunk Pacific will derive vastly
more benefit thin from the sale of lots'.
Now is the time to buy. Choice lots
range from iliM) upwards on easy payments of 10 per cent, cash and 10 per
cent, a month. You make your purchase direct and secure title'from the
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company.
Write for literature and make your
selection while the prices are extremely low and the possibilities unlimited.
Address
Land Commissioner
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Co.
Jeremiah H. Kugler. "L'ncle Jerry."
Agent for Grand Trunk Pacific Lots' on
Main Line. Prices are fixed by the
Land Commissioner and our best services are at your command. -Ask Uncle
Jerry, P.O. Box 900, Prince Rupert.
DAILY MESSAGES FROM
"UNCLE JERRY"
No. 10
Ask Uncle Jerry uncle JERR?
W     tin.   n   Free   Informal!.*:. 1 '��� 1 artlS��*
What is the matter with Pri.ice Rupert? We have the location, we have
the harbor, we have the site of the
coming city of the New West, we have
the energy, we have the ambition, but
have we all the enthusiasm we should
have? Are we all helping to make
Prince Rupert known outside? Are we
booating Prince Rupert with the enthusiasm and confidence that will inspire confidence in others? Study this
over. Each one of us individually can
help a good deal, but collectively we
can help a heap more. Don't let me or
Jones or Smith do all the publicity to
let people know why is I'rince Rupert.
Do something yourself. The easiest
way to forget to write to that friend
of yours, back home, about Prince Rupert is to lay it off till tomorrow. If
you don't know what to write him ask
me, I'll tell you. Don t imagine that I
am boosting Prince Rupert out of the
nodnaaa OI my soul. But I am a business man and I know a good place
when I see one. Every new arrival
will help you and me arid everybody
else here. I know I'll get my share.
So don't wait till Fortune overtakes
you. Strike out and overtake Fortune, and if you don't know how to
start I may tell you. Prince Rupert
Opportunities are in mv line.
On January 15th and 22nd, Eastern
papers on Jan. loth. Western papers
on Jan. 22nd, our Prince Rupert Opportunity advertisement appeared in
papers in New York, Boston, Providence, Kansas City, Denver, San Francisco, Los Angeles, St. Paul and 37
Sunday issues of big U.S. daily newspapers in all. On Feb. 25th our Prince
Rupert advertisement appeared in 26
Canadian daily newspapers.
Has a Free Information IVpartnia*
for strangers in the City nnd for ��*
residents by corri-;   :
"ASK  UNCLE  JERRY-
He Buys Leases      Ha Buj
He Buys Lota Ha Buj   ConW"
He has Btoraa to
He Buys Lands In Ske<        1*1
River Valley.-.
"NOW"
YOU PRINCE RUPERT
PROPERH OWNERS
ASK UNCLE JERRY
JEREMIAH  II.  KUGLER
please take notice and list your property with a good live broker, if from the
above you think our equipment should
produce the best results, you should
ccme in at once.
We advise everyone to get in the
market this spring and summer. Sell
when you have a profit; buy again.
That's the way to make money. You
can make many times as much money
if you will buy and sell and not hold on
so long to property. All of you put
your shoulder to the wheel and boost ���
keep on boosting ���that's thc way we
will make a big city.
WHEN YOf WANT TO BUY, SELL OR
RENT REAL ESTATE
"ASK  UNCLE  JERRY-
He wants 5<> II"
He Sells Leases        He -
He Sells Lota H�� Sc Ul ConW��
He wants Stor. s to
He  Sells  Lands  up  tha Ski     >���'������'*
"ASK  UNCLE JERRY-
He will build you a dwi     -     '*'���
payment plan.
Hc will lease or sell you 1 J*J
terms for you to  build  a
store on.
He will sell you a boost nnd W ��*
you can pay on monthly pay: '
He will take a lease on >���       " JJ
make your investment  pay
per cent. 	
ASK UNCLE JERRY ASK UNCLE JERRY

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