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 THE  WEATHER
Twenty-four hours  ending 6   a. m.,
The Daily News
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VOI, II,  NO. 125
Prince Rupert, B.C., Monday, June 5, 1911.
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SEAMAN HURT AT WHARF
TERRIBLE BLOW ON HEAD
S. Leussos Felled by a Derrick Boom on S.S. British
Columbia at Foley's Wharf This Morning
Was Hurried to the Hospital
Another serious accident was
added to Prince Rupert's list
ihi, forenoon when S. Leussos, a
teaman '>" the steamship British
Columbia, received a terrible blow
on the head /rom the boom of
the vessel's derrick which snapped
anil struck to the deck unconscious.
He was hurried to the hospital
in the Pony Kxpress Motor Wagon
which being hung on gootl springs
i> tin- Inst substitute for a proper
ambulance available, as well as
bang more speedy than a rig.
Lifting Machinery
Leussos was under the boom
oi the crane when it swung up
��itit a load of heavy machinery, an
and bad no time to jump clear
winn the boom snap|>cd. The
heavy beam broke without warning, and crashed down on him
hurting his shoulder ami the side
il' lii> head seriously. On the
w.iy I" the hospital he lost a gootl
deal "i  blood chiefly from  tlu
mouth, and was in a pretty bad
way when he got there, but hc
may recover. Dr. Kggert is attending him.
Captain With Him
The accident happened at Foley,
Welch & Stewart's wharf where
the British Columbia was unloading this morning. Almost thc last
of thc machinery had been unloaded when the boom broke. The
steamer had brought coal also,
and shortly after thc accident
went down to thc coal wharf
Opposite Rosa's former camp. The
captain accompanied thc hurt man
to the hospital, and everything
possible was done for him.
Ladies Will Be Glad
A really Up-to-date, florists, refreshment and ice cream store has
been opened next door to Wallace's
store on Kulton street by Mrs. W.
Shrubsall. Cut flowers, antl plants
in pots arc specialities.
. WM. TEMPLEMAN
ON WAY TO RUPERT
Popular Member for This District will Address Meeting
of Prince Rupert Citizens in the Mclntyre
Hall on Wednesday Night
News was received in Prince
Rupert this morning that Hon.
William Templeman, Minister of
Inland Revenue ami Mines, and
number fur Comox-Atlin, is on
his \i.ty to this city ami will
irnvehcreon Wednesday morning.
Tlu- incision will lie used to have
the popular and hardworking Mln-
Hir-Monilicr address thc people
"I Prince Rti|H.-rt on thc issues
"I the day. Arrangements for
ll"- renting of Mclntyre Hall for
Wednesday evening were quickly
made by thc executive of the
Liberal -Association as soon as
Uu- news of Hon. William Templeman - visit was made known.
Stewart and Hazelton
In his telegram, the Minister
intimated his desire to visit the
people ,,f Stewart, for whum he
I'i- recently been instrumental
'" "curing a handsome public
*harf, built at the cx|xmsc of the
\* ���'��� Government, and also to
wdl die townspeople of Hazelton.
** **��� probable that he will also
be asked In visit at Kitselas, where
��� driving Liberal Association has
'' i> Ik'cu formed, and where
''"' opportunity to meet with
"" Minister woultl be much ap-
I""! ted.
Will Accompany Him
}* il probable that Dr. Kergin
mil accompany Mr
"11  Ilia;
""'K'' R. Naden on his visit up
"' sW-i.   The announcement
"' "'���'' Visit will be welcome news.
_ Where to Go
EMPRESS TMKATUE, Second   Ave.
"   '"�� ami M,l8ic, 7.30 p.m.
MA   .SI.,'  TIII.;ATREi  $*,
!��j5*"��snd songs, 7.80 p.m.
"^'M-HKATRE. Second Avenue;
Al i',.''/";'""' mu"ic- 7-30 P-m.
S  .  ,,U,UM- ��*>��� Avenue;  Roller
Templeman
A WELCOME ARRIVAL
Had a Very Troublesome Time
Getting to Prince Rupert
After many trials antl troubles,
that idea has arrived at last.
Although it is not large it is important, being simply���Reilly's Bakery Lunch puts up picnic lunches
to order on short notice
Social Notes
Mrs. P.  I.  Palmer will receive
tomorrow  afternoon  for  the  last
time this season.
GENERAL STRIKE
RATHER A FIZZLE
Only About Thirty-five Hundred Men Go Out in Vancouver.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, June 5.���The strike
here is far from being general,
only about thirty-five hundred
men going out. The street railwayman arc not out, and most
of the strikers are confined to the
builders, and allied trades. The
general belief is that the situation
is not as|bad as was expected.
Baseball
Vancouver One, Spokane Four.
SIX PERISH
BY DROWNING
Sad Accident to Merry Party
Out Boating on Utah Lake.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Salt Lake City, June 5.���With
only one body that of Miss Vera
Brown recovered, grapplers have
begun dragging the bottom of
Utah Lake today for the bodies
of five other victims who perished
when tlie sail boat Galilee capsized
in a squall. There were sixteen
in the boat, and ten were rescued,
Two of the victims were engaged
to be married this week.
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners. 'Phone 4
TAFT IS NERVOUS
FOR RECIPROCITY
Is Said to be Short of Two Votes
to Make Original Measure
Pass Senate.
Washington, June 6.���Taft him
self shows nervousness now about
reciprocity, in it being shown lhat
he is two votes shy for the measure
to pass without amendments. Today newspaper publishers were
before the Senate committee, antl
they tell a story that the news
services were asketl to make the
best they could of the reciprocity
arguments.
This story was Indignantly denied by Melville Stone, general
manager of the Associated I'ress.
ALMOST TWO TRAGEDIES
OVER THE WEEK-END
G. W. Fraser, a Young Machinist from Vancouver, Tried to Kill
Himself in Fit of Despondency, in an Eighth Ave. Cottage---
Mrs. Emanuel Sproule, of Cow Bay, Drank Carbolic Acid in a
Mistake for Medicine���Both Are in the Hospital.
STRIKE WITNESSES LEFT
FORVICTORIA TO-DAY
The Made the Trip the Occasion For Lot of Fun and
Merrymaking���Over Sixty Were Furnished
With First Class Tickets
Red ribbons were all  the rage
this morning around the gangway
fifty-three witnesses lined up leaning over the rail as the distance
f the S.S. I'rince (ieorge as she I widened between them and the
lay waiting to start for the south. I wharf. It was something of a
Serried masses of laborers thronged I new experience to many who had
about the wharf and clustered | come north as deck passengers
close to the steamer's sitle bidding to go south lirst class and above
farewells to their countrymen who the thin red line of ribbon badges
were on the way to take part as
witnesses for the defence in the
trial of the strikers at Victoria.
Fifty-three witnesses for the defence were supplied with first-class
passes lo Victoria by the Ceorge,
antl by Ceorge they intended to
have a first class time of it.
Prominent Figures
Prominent amongst the men on
the wharf were A. (). Morse,
secretary of the I'. R. I. A., and
\V. II. Montgomery of the Longshoremen's Union. They had a
few parting remarks to make
here antl there and were busy
until   the   boat   pulled   out.     All
dong  the  promenade  deck  the
Two alarming and tragic happenings occurred in the city early
on Sunday morning. As a result,
G. \V. Fraser, a young machinist
from Vancouver, is lying on the
hospital with a nasty cut in his
throat, inflicted upon himself in
a moment of temporary madness
with a razor, and Mrs. Emmanuel
Sproule of Cow Bay is recovering
from the effects of swallowing
some carbolic acid by mistake.
Fraser who lost a lot of blood
in his struggles before he was
put safely under control at the
hospital, is now very weak in
consequence, While still in a
serious condition, hc will recover
if inflammation docs not set up
in the wound. Mrs. Sproule is
so far recovered as to bc able
to leave this afternoon.
Had Arranged Trip
Fraser, who only came up from
Vancouver on Friday night to
accompany his brother J. I). Fraser on a trip to California, went
to bed with his brother in their
cottage on Eighth avenue near
Cotton street. Thc men were
to leave town yesterday morning,
and their trunks had been sent
away the night before.
At six in the morning they were
awakened by Mr. Ceorge Mackenzie who was one of the party, ami
thc men started to get ready.
When Mr. Mackenzie went into
the room a few minutes later, he-
was horrified to find Fraser kneeling
before thc mirror with a razor in
his hand and blood running from
his throat.
Went to the Rescue
Springing towards the man, he
wrested the razor from his grasp.
Both are powerful men, though
Fraser is much the younger, and
for a time, until help arrived, it
took hard work to prevent the
man from doing himself injury.
Dr. Eggert was quickly on thc
scene, followed by three police
officers summoned  by  telephone,
ami   the   unfortunate   man   was
conveyed to the hospital.
Was   Despondent
Fraser who is well known in
thc mining camps, was of very
reliable habits. Ile had been
quiet on the evening before, and
it is supposed was brooding about
something, which made him temporarily insane. His friends will
wait here until he is recovered,
Mrs. Sproule s Mistake
In the case <>f Mrs. Sproule.
the taking of the acid was the
result of a mistake. She hatl
been unwell, and rising in the
night, took link I of the arid
bottle in mistake for .i midirini
bottle. It was nol until the
stuff was burning lur mouth and
throat that she realised her terrible mistake. I >t Kergin who
was hastily summoned gave her
prompt treatment, antl hatl lur
conveyed to the hospital. Fortunately little of the stuff rati
been swallowed.
there floated a blue haze of cigar
smoke.
Chief's Witnesses
Chief Vickers sent down altogether twelve witnesses, the constables anil special constables who
were present at the Kelly's Cut
Incident, all except (ieorge Leek
who is on his way as Karl drey's
Rifleman representing the Corps
at the Coronation. Chief Vickcrs
was down siting those of his men
off who left today. One or two
left on Friday, Chief Owens was
also in attendance. The departure
nf the witnesses was quite orderly,
and there was no attempt at a
demonstration of any kind.
SIR WILFRID L.L.D
Scottish University Honors
Canada's Premier
Glasgow, June;!.���Glasgow I'ni-
versity has conferred the degree of
L.L.D. On Sir Wilfrid Laurier and
other Colonial representatives.
Come This Time
Tonight at nine   'clock all those
who are Interested in forming .��
tennis club are invited to attend
a meeting in the old Presbyterian
church.
THE PRINCE JOHN IS A
MUCH-ADMIRED VESSEL
British Journal of Commerce Devotes an Article to Her
Description.���Is Handsomely Fitted for the
Trade Between Here and Islands
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leeting  in  oltl I'rt-a-
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':,,;;'',:N(;��-n City Hal,.  8 p.m.
The new steamer Prince John
which is on her way out for
service to the Queen Charlottes
under the Grand Trunk Pacific's
flag, has won great admiration in
British shipping circles. The Liverpool Journal of Commerce in an
article on the vessel, published
May 11, says of the ncw craft:
Just the Vessel
The railway company have got
just thc steamer for the trade
which she is Intended, and all
praise is due to Captain Mackenzie,
who has been responsible for find-
big a suitable ship for converting.
The prindapl particulars of the
steamer arc as follows: Length,
b.p., 185 ft.; breadth, 2!) ft. fi in.;
depth, moulded to quarter deck,
17 ft. 3 in.; having a gross tonnage
of 904, with a net registered
tonnage of 539, and a deadweight
carrying capacity of 800 tons.
Handsomely Fitted
The steamer has been fitted
with   a   large   tleck-house   about
70 feet long, having accommodation for 52 first-class passengers in
two-berth staterooms. The central part of the deck-house is
fitted up as a lounge, with an
observation room at the fore end
handsomely furnished and decorated in white and gold, with large
plate-glass windows in front. Thc
dining saloon extends tlie full
width of thc steamer on the
main deck, and provides ample
accommodation for dining all the
passengers at once.
Has Wireless Outfit
A   deck-house   has   been   fitted
on the deck aft, with accommodation for a few first-class passengers
with room at fore end having a
Complete installation of wireless
telegraphy. This room also pro-
dives sleeping accommodation for
the operator. An after 'tween
deck has been fitted for the accommodation of about 200 steerage
passengers with entrance from main
dirk. The passengers' and crews'
accommodation throughout is healed with steam radiators. The
steamer has a complete installation
of electric lighl fitted in the ac
commodation, also for navigating
the ship ami cargo clusters for
discharging. A powerful searchlight is fitted on the top of the
wheelhouse.
Makes Eleven Knots
Upon her trial trip, which lasted
several hours, she behaved splendidly in every way, and upon
the speed trial upon the measured
mile she developed well over 11
knots. Under the command of
Captain Davis she will leave for
Vancouver this week-end.
BROKE HIS RIBS
ON SIDEWALK
Accident to Hugh Campbell,
Fireman on the Steamer Lillooet.
Hugh Campbell a fireman on
the Customs steamer Lillooet, fractured two ribs on Saturday night
by falling on the sidewalk near
Orme's drug store. He was carried
into the store, and Dr. Tremayne
called in. The doctor attended
to the man's injuries and ordered
him to the hospital.
Indoor Baseball
Printers vs. the Crescents tonight at the Auditorium. Game
called at 8.30 sharp. Admission
25c.
COURT OF REVISION IS
HEARING APPEALS TODAY
Grand Trunk Railway and Development Co's Appeal is
at Foot of List    G. R. Nad n Alone Amongst
Appellants Gains "Consideration"
All  the Grand Trunk appeals
against   their   assessment   which
they claim to Im- "grossly CXeCS
sivc" are now shifted forward to
the foot of the list under consideration by the Court of Revision now in session. They will
await the arrival of C. M. II,'ys
antl party. 1.. \V. Patiimn- handled
lye matter regarding them this
morning.
G. R. Naden Scores
Until one p.m. today only about
eight appeals hail been considcri d.
Of these the set put forward by
G. R. Naden are the only OnCS
which may be said lo have gained
any suggestion of abatement of
assessment.     They   are  set   aside
for further consideration. The
property concerned consists of Lots
82 to 90 inclusive in Block 30,
Section 8, also Lots 11 and 12,
Block  10, Section 8.
Other Appellants
Up to one o'clock no other
appeals had been entertained, the
assessment   of   those  heard  being
NICK GURVITCH IS FINED
ON A BLIND PIG CHARGE
Has Allowed Foreigners Stopping at His House to Club
Together to Lay in Quantities of Liquor���
$100 and Costs or Sixty Days
Nick Gurvitch was today lined
$100 ami costs for having allowed
the tale of liquor on his premises
under the system practised for
so long by the foreigners of clubbing together ami buying the
liquor to be distributed afterwards
amongst themselves,
Let Him Off Easy
Magistrate Carss declared that
this uu ilimi of doing business
must stop in the city. He imposed
thc minimum fine on Curvich
because he believed accused was
ignorant of the law, and under
tlie impression that he was all
right as long as he was not actually selling the stun" himself.
But   there   was   evidence   given
thai some actual sales had happened in the house, though Curvich .said he knew nothing about
theni.
After a Long Quest
Chief Vickers has been en-deavor
ing to s'Tiirc a conviction of this
kind  for some  time, anil   today's
decision was come to under Section
"!)  of   the   1800  Amdindmcnt   to
the   Liquor   License   Act,   which
plans responsibility upon  the OC"
f  any   house  where  any
traffic in liquor is proved to have
taken  pi.ice.
lu default of payment of his
fine Gtirvich will have to do
sixty days, but he slid he would
pay.
Careless Blasting
M. K. IVrich was to havc ap-
|H-arcd this morning in the police-
court charged with having allowed
careless blasting.  As he is required
at Victoria in connection with
the strike trial an adjournment of
his case was called. The blasting
was Ix-tug done near thc Continental    Trust    Company's   new
I building.
Repentant  ���	
Mabel Forster went south this    William Reid was to have ap-
iiiiiiiiing escorted by an officerIpeared before the Magistrate this
of the city police (one. llor fare morning on a vag. charge. Ile is
was paid by the city- Mu- has I one of the dubious fraternity, and
been a tleni/.en of tiie restricted | failed to make his bow this morn-
district, but said she would turn I ing. A warrant has been issued
over a new leaf. for his arrest.
allowed tO Stand,    They were the
following:    P.   M.   Miller  l.ot   21.
Block 28. Section 8| J. W. Mackenzie Lots 7 antl X, Blink ll.lcupant
Section .r>; ('. W. Peck Lots !> and
10, Block 30, Set tion 1; Robert
Abbott antl Mrs. Abbott's applications were lieing considered, and
Alderman II. Douglas was w.Hch-
ing the proceedings with an eagle
eye up to one p.m.
Constitute Court
Those Constituting the Court of
Revision are the Mayor, Aldermen
Smith, Kirkpalrick, Clayton and
Hilditch.     Thi' City Solicitor was
in attendance, also of course thr
City Assessor.    City Clerk Woods
acted as Secretary to the Court.
>���_*.,-_���. THE    DAILY   N-EWS
The Daily News
Formerly The 'Prince Rupert Optimist
Published by the Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
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on application.
HEAD OFFICE
Daily News Building, Third Ave., Prince Rupert, B. C.    Telephone 98.
BRANCH OFFICES AND AGENCIES    '
New YoRK-National Newspaper Bureau, 219 East 23rd St., New York City.
SEATTLE- Puget Sound News Co.
London, Enuland-TIr' Clougher Syndicate, Grand Trunk Building, Trafalgar
Square.
whole of the bond issue was taken up, that would give die city a sum
of .��1,000.000.   How lar will that amount go?
TO REPLACE
SUNK SCHELT
"The newspaper, with the law, should assume the accused innocent
until proven guilty; should be the friend, not the enemy of the
general public; the defender, not the invader of private life and
the assailant of personal character. It should be, as it were, a
keeper of the public conscience." ���Henry Watterson.
Daily Edition.
Monday, June 5
THE GRAND TRUNK ASSESSMENT
Owing to the near approach of tlie time when the citizens will
bc called upon to vote on the above question to bind the city to an
agreement covering a long period of years, and owing also to thc
evident reluctance shown in certain quarters to discuss the question
with the citizens, the Daily News will print a series of editorial articles
dealing with the various aspects of the question.
In so doing, there is no desire to sway the minds of thc electors
either for or against the proposed settlement. The aim will be to
state tlie case fairly, without prejudice, without exaggeration, and
without rhetorical appeal, letting the issues be clearly seen, ami allowing the facts to make their own appeal to the individual mind. Our
chief concent is not which way thc electors will vote, but that the
electors may know what it is they are voting for or against.
ERRATA:���In Saturday's article of this series showing how
the proposed assessment agreement will affect the borrowing power
of the dty, l>> an error of vision we misreatl Clause OS of the Municipal
Clauses Act. limiting the borrowings of immiciplaities. as lieing placid
at 80 |K-r rent of the assessed values of lands within the municipality.
The correct figure is 20 per cent. This means that the shrinkage
in tlie city's borrowing power under the proposed settlement will
be Sl,255,300, not $5,021,200 as stated.
But this makes the matter even more serious, for the loss of
$ 1,255,300 on a twenty per cent ta'io, is much more serious than
the loss of $5,021,200 on an eighty per cent ratio, on the principle,
easily perceived, that a man on his way to buy a 120 suit of clothes
with twenty dollars in his pocket, suffers a more severe loss by losing
five dollars, than he would if he lost twenty dollars from a wad of
eighty dollars.
There is a sum of $500,000 to be raised to pay fur the Section
One grading. There is an issue authorized of ��40,000 for the telephone
plant and 166,000 for ilu- electric light plant, neither of which will
provide for extensions which time will make necessary. A sum ol
���Sl 10,000 is siill owing to the Provincial Government for the old
I waterworks system, and other pre-incorporatlon expenses. $80,000
is needed for the plankways in the outlying sections. A sum of over
$500,000 is in be asked for in connection with the waterworks Bcheme.
No contractors' estimates have been obtained for this latter work,
which it is understood is to be carried through by day labor. And
(here is no assurance that $500,010 will carry the work through,
Thus with .i borrowing power hardly capable under the mostl
roseate conditions of supplying more than $1,000,000 capital,  the
city is confronted with engagements which call for the payment ol
over  $1,300,000  in  outstanding  works.    With   less  than  $600,000
potential capital left, what has the city to face?
In the lirst place it has to face the need for a permanent City
Hall. Under building conditions which will obtain here for Beveral
years to come, a large appropriation is needed if a permanent stone,
or brick, or steel and concrete Municipal Building is to be erected.
Next there is the demand for sewers, both in the business and
the residential sections. The scheme for a permanent sewer system
to cover about one-third of Sectinn One, which the City Engineer
recently laid before the council called for an outlay of $180,000. The
remaining two-thirds would cost at least pro rata. It is unlikely
that a permanent sewer system to cover the whole of .Section One
could be put in for less than 8000,000. A cheap semi-temporary
system tu cover the most urgent portions of the business and residential districts would cost as much���and a permanent system would
have to be installed later on.
Then there is the question of finishing the strut work in the
business section, by constructing macadam or other road surfaces,
and concrete sidewalks. This has been roughly estimated as at least
��500,000.   And there are other sections in the city too.
If roadmaldng is impossible, there still remains thc work of re-
planking Section One and putting in wooden sidewalks. A sum of
��200,000 would be required for this.
Then there remains the hope that Prince Rupert will be able
to own its own gas plant, power plant and Street railway.
It would seem as if Prince Kupert has need of every cent of capital
it can raise. This work of city-building in which tlie citizens and
the Crand Trunk Pacific are engaged in, is an expensive one. It
costs when a city has to be furrowed through rock and piled over
muskeg, The proposal to reduce the railway company's tax bill to
$15,000 a year, carrying with it a reduction of over $1,250,000 in
the city's capital, is a serious one. The duty of explaining this consequence of the agreement, is a responsibility which should not be
shirked by those who are submitting it to the people fnr their vote.
Specially Sea-worthy Schooner
Tuladi is Purchased
To replace the ill-fated Sechelt
ihe staunch gasoline shcooner Tu-
ladu lias been bought by Captain
M. B. Wil.son, and is now on tlie
run.
She has three watertight bulkheads, and has proved herself an
excellent sea boat in all weathers
in the open sea. The Tuladi is
equipped with sail power and a
gasoline engine capable of driving
her nine utiles an hour. The Tuladi
is a craft of 33 tons gross, measuring 60 feet in length and has a
beam of 10 feet and 6 feet draught.
Siir was previously employed
off the west coast of Vancouver
Island and off Queen Charlotte
Islands in the fishing business,
from Vancouver, to enter the
Victoria-Sooke service.
New
Knox
Hotel
r
FREE
EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE    I :
For all kindi of help, cooks,
waiters, dl.hwa.hers, hotel por-
tars, aU kind, of laborer, oi mechanic, call up
Phone No. 178
or call at the
Grand Hotel Free Employmenl  Office
Headquarter, for cook. ���*��� waiters
ROGERS & BLACK
WH0LB8ALH   DEALERS M-
Building Material,   Cement,   Lime,
Hair-fibre Plaster, Coke, Blacktmith
Coal,  Common Brick,
Pressed Brick
Shingles, Lath, Ncw Wellington Coal
ALL OllliKUS I'HOMPTLY KILLED
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
See Us far Prices.
Phone No. 116
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DKUGUIST
Phone No. 200 P. 0. Uox 580
PRINCE RUPERT, B.C.
BESNER  &   BESNER,   PROPRIETORS
The Now Knox Hotel iaa run on the hNMU
plan. First-class service. All the Latest Modern
Improvements. -:-:��� BEDS 60c UP
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
The next article will be on "How the Agreement Affects the
Waterfront and Trade Development of Prince Rupert."
ARTICLE No. 5- HOW THE PUBLIC ENTERPRISES
ARE AFFECTED
A   GENERAL   MEETING   OF    THE
In the last article it was shown how the propositi settlement
with the Grand Trunk Pacific of the disputed assessment would re-act
upon the city's borrowing power, reducing its power to borrow by
at least $1,255,300. The importance of this ujxin the future welfare
of thc city is apparent. Cities, like other corporations, are limited j
in their enterprises by tht extent t>f their capital. Thc difference]
of $1,255,300 in the city's capital may make all the difference between
a city of progressive people owning all their own public utilities, and
a corporation-racked city. A great deal coultl lie saitl on this aspect
of the case, which space does not permit.
Prince Rupert
Owing  to its physiography.  Prince Rupert has far more than
ordinary needs for capital.   Usually,cities grow up on sites originally;
selected   for   their  natural   physical   advantages���easy  level   sln|K-s,
giving natural drainage, natural grades, antl easy access to a water:
supply.
In the case of Prince Kupert, the site was selected by the trans-'
portation company, primarily for its physical advantages as a railway!
and transhipment point.   Constt|iiently, the expense of strict gr.itling, j
sewering and water supply i> more than ordinarily heavy, and consequently the civic corporation has mure than ordinary requirements]
for large borrowing power.   Ami���it seems too obvious to add
therefore, it needs to be mure than ordinarily careful about granting
large exemptions which will make great inroads on  the borrowing
powers ''I tiii dty.
Liberal Association
Will be Held in the Mclntyre Hall
Wednesday, June 7
-At 8.30 p.m.-
Hon.  Wm.  Templeman,   Minuter of Inland Revenue
and Mines, and Member for the District will
be  present,  and   will  speak.
Windsor Hotel
FIRST AVENUE AT EIGHTH ST11EET
Newly Furnished and
Steam Heated Rooms
A KIRST   CLASS BAR   ANU   DINING
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATES 50 CENTS AND UP
BATHS   FREE   TO   CHESTS
ROBT. ASHLAND
P.O. BOX 37
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| w. j. McCutcheon
I   Csrrii-s complete slock of Drugs.   Special
I     attention paid lo lilllnit proscriptions.
t Theatre Block t-**m Na tu Second kit.
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Hotel Central ��3&te
European and American plan, atenm
heated, modern convenience*. Raton
fl.00 to ������:.:*> per day. ;        :
Peter Black
Proprietor
..Grand Hotel..
WORKINGMAN'S HOME
Spring Beds, clean White Sheets  25c
Rooms 50c
BEST  IN   TOWN   FOR  THE   MONEY
J. GOODMAN. Proprietor
Sr Rochester 6.
rtp   ��� Monroe
' Ladysmith
l       .1 Coal
-.:-   Phone ii s
FOR SALE
I.uts fi anil li, Muck 2S,
Section 1.
$3000. 25 per cent, caah,
balance 1, 2, 8 years,
7 per cent.
GEO. W. MORROW
1076 Nelson St., Vancouver, B.C.
BOWLING,
g*��l*��l*l��ftl*k��kltMt��k����-*M
BILLIARDS
and POOL
1 t Alleys. 7 Tnlilen.    A rod oxcr-
I else.   A clenn spairt.   l.a,lles every
I afternoon.     Newman Ulock, be
ll twee.i I'ath and Tth Sts.
5       Ilia  Ma.liii!    aa';. J': ..,  ; ; a | . ,,   ami  Mj.laJl,-. T
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\"t until iiftt-r the Court oi Revision haa doted its honks will
it be poMiblc tn my what thi borrowing power of the city is, for
Innumerable protest! have to be heard from die railway company,
tin- development company and from private dtiicni ahout their anew-
ini'iil.    It  i- prohahlc that  the figure quoted hy the assessor as thej
total taxable values, 112,020,080, will be much cut down.
There must  he considered   the  view which   the financial  houses j
will   take of an assessment  based on  speculation  values, next  the
reluctance 'if hanks tO Iioat or the puhlic to accept flotations to the
extreme limit 'if a city's borrowing power, next  the fact that  bond
i-.siics are ><>lil muth helow |>ar fmost recent B.C.issue that of 1968,000
4 1-2 per cent forty yiar debentures offered by the town of Burnaby
broughl 90.73) and finally the percentage to the financial house which
undertakes the flotation.
While it is difficult to make any confident estimate of what a city =
is likely to find is the limit of its borrowing capacity on a hond issue =
it is not unfair to siikk' si  that  the usual experience that men mci t EE
with when they try to borrow a couple of dollars on their last winter's EE
overcoat, or a couple ol thousand dollars on a house and lot. namely, EE
that the lender always accepts his own valuation of the security, am '
not the borrower's valuation! holds good in the realm of larger hor
rowiiiKs anil loaning).
Everybody - is - Invited
���ER Ef9(
Read The Daily News
And Get All the News
VICTORIA   CAFE
Lunch and Meals at all hour*; Lunch  lite,
Meals 2f>c up-Come and See
YOU CAN GET A  StjI'AKi:  MEAL ANY TIMK
For Rent
Partly furnished House on
3rd Ave. 7 rooms with
bath,      Electric   lighted.
G. C. Emmerson
NADEN  BLOCK
SKCONI1  AVE.
1
Bankrupt  Sale
Estate   of    The    Brin    Furniture    Company
Assuming th.it  the  Development  Company antl  thc more flagrantly   ovi r ,,ssi ss,,l   private   citizens  have   Sl ,000,000   stricken   off
th.- assessment snd thai ths proposal to compromise with the railway
eoni,,at,y on a Uasis ol *\5,t)00 a year (thus rethi.*|M their assessment
to the ,,���,1v.,Vnt of 11,000,000 at  IB mills,  is accepted, lhat  makes
''t^'i-T-,"'"'" "' th" ,,r,'M���,,, """menl t�� borrowtai pur,,,*,..
ol   W,U1B|MW and  tirinKs  t|���-  assessment  i\,
hasis of leirrowintj.
Theoretically, the dty would then have a power to horrow up t.Jl
the limit of Approximately V2.020,tKI0.    What percentage of this SUm
could   he  raised,  is  another  question.    As��,immK however    thai    m
is8UC of  $2,000,000 was hazarded, that an sUdWanOS of five per ,,nt|==
covered the cost of advertising, discount and flout on, and lhat tl
own   to  $10,101,100 as a  =
Acting under Instructions nf
the creditors we nre fnrceil to
dispose   of   thin   stock before
���inly 1st. .. Entire stock of
Hinliclnss Furniture, Carpets, Ruga, Stoves, Etc., will
be  soli!   regardless   of   cost.
NO
REASONABLE
OFFER
REFUSED
Now is the time to furnish
your home at prices thnt you
will never have a chance to
do  again.     :     :     :     :     :
Mr. W. StapleB of Vnncouver
iB now in charge of the
salesroom.     :     :     :     :    :
I C. B. L0CKHART
Assignee  =
==___E.   EBY   CU   Co.=
REAL  ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land Kor Sale
KITSUMKALUM - B. C.
Prince Rupert Lodge, IMF.
NO.  63
Meets in the Holder-lion Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members of  the  order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
G. S. JOHNSTONE, N. G.
H. MOKTON, Secretary.
Skwna Laml Dlitrict -District ot Va__._
Tuko  notice that  1,  William Jolm  Cttffi    t
Prinot Ruptrti it. 0.( occupation rancher itiu*- \
tu upply (or iHirmiaalon lo purchaau ih_ lull,,*,''1
dOHClibuil   llUUls; *'"��
Oommondu at a pout planted at thu nuthvMt
curner of Lot ilOGH, Hunge &, Coaal DUtrict thanM
south   80 chuina,   thonco   Mit   40 chainsthanS
norlh 20 chaina, thuncu wost -10 chuiiu to Mint
ol eommoncomunt, contuininK 81) acn-a   umru _,*
Um*
Datod April 8, lull.    WILLIAM JOHN COM BY
i'ub. April 29. ' *���
Skuuna Land DUtrict ���DUtrict of tjuoon Chariotta
Ialunda
Taku notico thut Gourgo W, Arnuti ol prinaa
Uupert,   U.   Qm   uccupation   rual  iwtaus   broker
Intondi to upply for pernUnlon tu pureiu*' tha
followinK duacribod lunds:
Cumnioueiim ul it podl planted ubout ���__������������,
miloa und one-half milu wuai uml om* tnlli nuth
(rum tho mouth of Stuiily Crook, Nudtm fortou
tboncu west 80 chuina, thonoe .souih MJ ohil&L
thencu east 80 chuins, thunco norlh 80 Qhalai '
Duled March 17, lull. QEO. W. AKNGTT
Tub. April 22. Numu Duinera, Auent
Cout Uuiiku 6 Land DUtrict
Tako   notice  that   1,  Juhn   Hepburn  <���[   Kit-
aumkulum,   occupution  (armor,   Intund  tu  in ulv
fur permiaaion to purchaau thu fullown^ dwrtbad
lanua:
Cummenclim at a poat planted ut the norttuu>
curner ul Lut 3U6U, thencu euat 2U chuins, thnea
1 uiiili  40 chalna,  thunco woat 20 chans, Lhnei
nurth 40 chaina tu place ui commencement
Dated March 18, lull. JUHN 111 I
Tub April 16.
Skoonu Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Coaat Run j
Taku nonce that Hunry Macartney of I'rmce
Kuperi, li. Qt, uccuputlun miner, InUmda tu apbly
for permm-um to purchaau thu following .;. -cnbuii
lanua:
Commencing at^a poat plantod on the Mimh
iii.ii of ��achumaika Hivur, aboul 2 1-2 milut irom
lu conlluencu with thu Skoona River and aboat
Wi miloa woat from Exchumaika rapida, u ��� -.������- an
chaina north, thunco 40 chaina eaat, thenc it)
chuina auuth, thuncu 40 cbuiiu wuat lu point 0
commencement, cuntainlng 320 acrva more ur
leu. I'oat marked 11.M, S.W. cor."
Dated AprU 22, IUll. IIKNUY MACAUTNKY
I'ub. AprU 29.
Skoona Land DUtrict���DUlrict of CaasUr
Take nutico that  1,  Mary  Carln o( Stewart,
H. C, occupation murriod woman, intend to ippu
for pormUaion to purchaae the loUowing .1. >. m _]���
land:
Commencing at a post planted two (2) imUa
south and i2) twu milua weet of tho forks of tu
Wbito and Klat rivers, thence 80 chaini nurth,
thencu 80 chaina west, thencu 80 chaina south)
thencu 80 chains cast.
Dated April 20, lull. MAKY CABIN
Tub. May IH. FrancU S. I'rvatuu, v :,i
Skevna LamlDUtriot ���District uf Quoen Charlotte
Take notice that Catherine tIarru*on, cf Calgary
Alberta, uccupation spinatcr, Intends to apply,
for purtnimion U) purchase the foUowing described
landa:
Commencing at a post planted abuut 6 !���;���
miloa weal and half a mUa aouth from the mouth
ot Stanley Crvuk, where it empties Into Nadon
llarbur, Craham laland, thenoa 40 chains aoutb
thencu 40 chaini east, thonce 40 chaim north.
thenoa 40 chains we*t tu point of commencement
ar.d containing ItiO acrua tnoru ur leaa.
Datod March 17, lull
> OATHKaiNH HA1UUS0N
Pub Apr. 7. Numa 1 >vn., :���, Agent
Skeena Land District -DUtrict of Casmr
Take nutice that 1, Alice M. Knouae uf Trine*
Uupert, 11. C, occupation married woman, tattod
to .i; i'i>   for permiasion lu purchaao UttMuOWtal
deacribed landa:
Commencing at a peal plantod about two mika
south and twu miloa wuat of the forks of WhH*
und Mal riven, tbence north 80 chains, theutv
eaat 80 chaina, thence aouth 80 chains, thvr,cr
woat 80 chaina.
Dated April 20, IUll. ALICE M. KM01 QI
Tub. May 12. Francis S. I'raaton. Agvnt
Skeena Land DUtrict -DUlrict of Coaat Itange i
Take not ce that 1, John Ivan I'ctenol ��
Kupert, It. C. occupat on clerk, intrnd to appl)
for permiaaion to purchaae the (ollowing dtvcriUd
anda:
Commencing at a poat planted about three an
ono-half milos dUtant n a aouth weaterly d reet on
Irom a bUnd alough from Ubaervatory Inlet ahwt
the aame luuchus tho Indian Reserve, thi-ncr
weat 80 chalna, ihence north 60 chains, thvnce
eaat 80 chains, thenco aouth 80 chaina to point 0
commencement, containing 040 acr���� mon- *>r hv
Dated April 11,1911. JUHN IVAN PBTKBI
Tub. May 13.
Stikine Land Disirict���Dstrict of Caasiar
Take notice lhat Sydney Hodgklnson of Telegraph Creek, U. C, occupation clerk, intends to
apply   (or  permiaaion  to  purchaae  the  (uUuwing
duacribed land:
Commencing al a poat planted about a quarttf
mile north eaat from Glacier I tilde and on lha ca*
bank of Stikino Itiver, Ihence eaat 20 chaini
thenco north 40 chaina, thence west 20 chains
thenco aouth 40 chaina to point of commencement
and containing 80 acres more or loaa.
Dated Feb. 11, IUll.
SYDNEY B0DOKIN80N
I'ub. AprU 7. CA. Tervo, Agent
Slikine Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Caasiar
Take notice that Chriatian A. Tervo of Mikiw.
H  C, occupation customs officer, intends tu n| j !>
for permiaaion lo purchase lhe following described
land:
Commencing at a post planted about thre��
<iuartera of a mile north eaat from Glacier KiffW
and on the easl bank of Slikine Itiver and N thf
south aide of the mouth of a little creek, Otr.ct
cast 40 chains, tbence north 40 chains, tUnce
weal 40 chains, Ihence eouth 40 chains to poir.t
of commencement and containing 160 acres more
or leaa.
Dated Feb. 10, 1911. CHIHSTIAN A. TER\0
I 'us. April 7.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol Quean Charlotta
Islanda
Tako notioe that J. II. Murphy.of Vanoouver,
U. C, occupation commercial traveller, intends
to apply for permiaaion to purchaao the following
��� I.  aiU-i landa:
Commencing  at   a  post  planted  about  seven
milt* wuat and one milo routh from tho mouth
of Stanly Creek, Nadon Harbor, thenoe m��rth **)
chains, thonco weat 40 chains, thence suuth *'
chains, thenoe eaat 40 e    Ina. .....
Dated March 17, IUll. "J.^ll. Ml'lH '^
I'ub. April 22. Numa Demers .������������������''
Skeena Land DUtrict- DUtrict of ' ������������
Taku   notice  thai   I.   WUliam   MeUilU- CoiW
of   Toronto,   Ontario,   occupation   ch-rk.   wWj
to apnly fur permission to purchaae the following
described landa:
Commencing at a poat plantetl at the MMlnwg
corner of Lot 30.io Hang 6, Coaat Diatrict, n.-f
< ast 00 chalna, ihence north 40 chains, thence we��
-.�� chaina to Hell's Gate alough, thtnn' HJ I
iJnugh aouihorly to point of commencement, obtaining 100 acrea more or leaa.
Dated April 6, IUll. , ...
William   melvili.k COIUJKi
Pub. April 2U.
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict nt Coait IUng< ���;
Tako   nntice  thai   I,   Charlea   A.   Vaw'
Prince Uupert, H. C, occupation merchant. |i ������
to npply for permiasion lo purchase the following
di- i'fii.f.1 lands: h
Commencing at a post planted on IM
bank of Excbumsiks Ilivcr and about four nv '
from Ita conlluenee with the Skeena lllver,'" ^
10 chains eaat, thence 80 chains north, thence j
chains went, thence HO chaina aouth to l��"^1 '
cummencement, containing 040 acroa more (,f ���' -'
Dated April 21, IUll CIIAKLKS A. VAt QUA"
Pub. April 29.
F. W. HART
aNDERTAKEIt & EMHALMKU
stock 00HPURI
Litde's NEWS Agency
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CIGARS   ::  TOHACCOS  ::   PRUIT8
G.T.P. WHARF
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Onler. promptly llll��l.   I'rlrp. NMODiaft
OFF1CE-H. n. KoclK-.tor. C-Pntr-r St.    |'h���ne en
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American llilliHr(j8
Twelve Tables Skcond Ave.
Skwna Und Dl.trlct-Dlitrlct uf CVi'i
Tnkr niitiin-thnt 1. Mrs. John C-irh-y '*< ' ,r n
Itupprt. H.C. occupation marrlcl woman, nwn
to apply for permission to purchase the WW"
ilcscrilHtl lanis:
raiinniianclnir nt n post planted -III ****** '"
���ii.il 13> chain, south from the southwMt eorner
lot ITH, Coast District, Kanire 6. thence s a. a
chains. Ihence east 411 chains. Ihence ******
chains, thence wost 40 chains more or ***** '
Point of commencement, containinu al*'1 '"
more or less. . __.���_..
MHS. JOHN lUttle) COBI.i.1
Date Mar. 211, 1911
I'uh. Apr. 4. 1B11
LAND  LEASE  NOTICE
Skoena Und District���Disirict of Coast
Tako noiico lhat William Munloril i '.'/,.
Kupert,   II.   C.,   occupation   prospector,   [JJJH
to  a|>ply  lor  iiermission  to [eaao  the l,''l,"  ������
describe.1 lands: ,
Commencini at a post planted about 10" WJ o)
soulh of tho Indian llesorvo on the east ";"''.
lloose llay and on tho east side of lho I'���1"���'*
thonco south SO chains along shore, theiacr ��
40 chalna to Uoan llay, thonce north aim I! ���"
80 chains, tlience wost 40 chains more or I"
posl, conlalnlnt 320 acres moro or loss.        ......ii
Dated March 8. 1011.       WILLIAM MUNH1""
I'ub. April 16.
_ Skeona Land District-District of ''oMf
Tako  notico that  Hume Dablnnton "f'/jjj!
Huiicrt. ll. c, occupation master mariner.  "���'."
lo  apply for  permission  to  lease tho fol.omn
alrarril.ia.l lands: ,.,   , .:���,
Commencini at a post planted about 10" '���'    .
south nf tho Indian lleaervo nn the east ��""   ,
OOOM llay on the east side of tho I'enlnsuls tn   '
noith loo chains along shore to tho Keserve i " ���
thence w.ast 00 chains more or less to <>n"w '  fl
Ihenco   100  chnins  along shore,   thenco '���"��'
chains moro or l��a to post, containing ��**> "���
moro or lesa. .../.tuS
Date.1 March 8, 1911. HUME UAHING���*
I'ub. AprU 15. THK   DAILY    NEWS
LYNCH BROS.
General Merchandise
Largest Stock
Lowest Prices  in Northern B. C.
H-~~"'
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WE - HAVE ��� FOR - SALE
(CROWN GRANTED)
Section 9
Township 1
Range 4
NECHACO VALLEY
PRICE:-$15.00 PER ACRE,  EASY   TERMS
This is .in excellent section antl was one of the first to be
staked in the Valley.
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers and Financial Agents, Prince Rupert
LAND  I'UKCHASE NOTICE
SkHna Uml Diatrict���Dlalrict of Coaat Kanm 6
Take notice that I, Clira May Uttle of I'rinca
Kupert .*. C, occupation ntiinater. Intend to
apply [ef pTmiaiion to purchaao tho following
diienUti landa:
v'.i:inm-ncinK at a [hut planted at tho north
*-,.**{ omr H Lot i ������������'. Itange &, Cubit Diatrict
ihence va-t 40 chaina, thonco north 25 chaina
��t :tl  chain   thenco north  20  chains
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
m
point *<(  commencement,   containing   112   acrea
murr or lesa.
luted April l, lyil. CLARA MAY UTTLE
Pub. April 15.
S4rena Land Diitrict���Dlitrict of Cout lUngo 5
like MtiOl that Mary lleaton Ciilderaleeve of
Victona, II. C, occupation houackcepcr, intend*
��� iu apply tot piTtniaalon lo purchaao the following
drtcnti-d landa:
Comii.. i.cir.n at a poat planted at tho aouthweat
toratt u| Lut :���:<*._ lUngo 6, Coaat Dlatrlct.lhcnce
w chaina 'uuth thence 40 chaina eaat, thencc 80
cbaini nurth, thence 40 chalna weat lo point of
Skeena Land Datrlct���District of Queon Charlotte
Tako notice that George Frlzaell of Prlnoe
Rupert, B. C, occupation butcher. Intenda to apply
for permiaaion to purchaae the following desenbed
landa:
Commoncing at a post planled about aeven
mllea weat and two milea aouth of the mouth of
Stanley Creek where it empties Into Naden
Harbor, Oraham Island, thenco 80 chalna south,
thence 80 chains west, thence  80 chalna north,
	
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to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Princo Ruport
are invited to contribute to ita columns, and to take part in iUs discussions. Suu-
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FRENCH MODEL IN FOULARD
��� ��,.t IU chaini, Ihonco iouth 46 chaina to I t|,enCB sg c____���, ���Mt t'��� point ���t a-MmmencomL'nt'
.    a  a       .... ..la a .......   aa a .. I .a  a. It1, ...... . ... .  . . * .
ointicncumrnl, contuining XIU acr-ra moro or la
HY 1!
mu.
MAKY  HEa'I'ON U1LDKRSLEEVE
IlittJ April 1
I'ub. May 6.
Si.i-.-ni Una] IJiilrict���DUlrict ol Cout
Tak. r.olico that (rod W. Uohler ol Kluum-
kalum, occupation farmor, Intonda to apply  for
nrmmiun to  purchaao  tho  foUoving   di^crihuil
limil.
I'wriima-iicinit nt a pual planted at tho north-
tml ivri.ii aal \. Ma-1.. .a I a. pre-omptlon, thonce
HO chain, aouth, thonco 10 chaina eaat, thenoe 20
ettir,, nurth, tbenoo 10 chalna waat to poat of
comtncnrrmi'iit containinR 20 acroa more or leaa.
n.'.-l April 10, lull. KRIKDIUCH W. BOHLER
I'ub. Apnl 22. Frod Hampton, Agent
Skrcna Land DUtrict���Dutnct of Queen Charlolte
Take notico thai Hubert O. Craw of Prince
Rupert, 11. C, occupalion agont, intenda to apply
I. pamiiwion to purchaae the following doacribed
tttm
Commencing at a poat plantod about G 1-2
tnka m.i and ball a mile aouth of the mouth of
Matilty Creek uhero it emptloa into Naden
Harbor, tiraham laland, thonce eaat 40 chaina,
tbence north 40 chaina, thenca weat 40 chalna,
lb��nce aiuth 40 chaina to point of -commencement
ar.d conuining 160 acrea mora or leaa.
Oiled March 17, 181U HUBERT O. CREW
Pub. April 7. Numa Demon. Ageot
Slieca Land Diitrict���DUtrict of Coaat Range 6
lake notice thu I, Krank lllckn of I'ort &-
���uigtoti, -uccupation merchant, Intend to apply
lw PermiMlon I o purchaao the following doncribcl
���MB
Commencing at a poat planted on tho aouth
bank ol thc Kxchumaika River and about four
mil��� Irnm lu conlluenee with the Skoena River,
thence HI chaina weat, Ihence 80 chaina north,
tbinca bo chaini out, thenco iouth 80 chaini
to lioint nl commencement, containing 640 aeree
tnopa ur leaa.
Uited April 21. 1911. FRANK HICKS
rub. April 29.
Iikeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol Cout
Take notice that William McTavUh of Vancou-
*", H  C. occupation phyilclan, Intenda to apply
orpermlMion to purchue the following doacrbed
Commencing at a poat planled at the aouthwea
coti.pt, 40 chaina north and 40 ehaina eut of the
tuatihMut corner of Lot 1110, Ilarvey'a Surrey,
<-'an i iiiairict. Range 5, thence 60 chalna eaat
isinc.a t,0 chaina north, thence 60 chaina weat,
***:.-* 60 chaini aouth to poit ol commencement
containing iICO aeree more or leaa.
iate.IMiy2.19ll. WILLIAM A. McTAVlSH
I'ul". May 6. Frad W. Uohler, Agent
f oecupatlon  married   woman,   Intanda  to
the  following
Swiia Und Dirtrlct-DUtricl ol Coaat Rango 6
lak. Malice that Lcltle McTavUh of Vancouver,
'������  '  .  occupation  married   wc��� '    ���
���PPl)   lor  |..riiiiMion  to  purcha
***mt landa:
I "Mmenclng at a poit planted at tho north-
l���- ".""" m ch,ln" ���** ***<* 20 chaina north
[J ""' northeaat corner ol Lot 1116, Harvey'i
I,,,1.'1'.' "Ml "Utrlct.Range S.thence 20 ehaina
..__' . w 80 chaini eait, thence 80 chaim
"?' ''>������� ���� ihalna waat, thenee 60 chaini
��m.��.lh��"w.40 '���****>* WMl t0 P"1 ��' commen-
','" ���"'.containing 400 acroa more or leu.
Kb l.J.*".9* <***��� LOTTIE McTAVlSH
���ub-Maye. Fred W. Uohler. Agent
Slikine Und DUlrict���Diitrict ol
Caaaiar
CHRISTIAN A. TERVO
Tike noUce that ChrUllan A. Tervo of Stikine
liat '."crJl,"iion ouatomi olbcer, Intenda to apply
Um^ t0 fmc*',x th�� following deacribad
*mmfm-\*_t"-_\ * SS p'*nted ,bout 18 �����>�����������
ma M�� ���( the cuitomi warohnuae at Stikine,
rh.i _    'l*nc* WMl 20 -l**l<*>, thenw imiil.  2(!
Sum u.VT. *?��� 2U ch*1""' lh,nc�� north 20
**__m, E S """"lencnment and containing
,,., *_ *."***** or lem.
''����lleb. 18, 1911.
rub. Atari 7.
"rffi ,U,?d Ii'��"lf-Dlatrlct of Coaat Range 6
�����I' ��� -n ... h" <J���f�� M'T.vUh, ol Vancouver,
I'ar biSSlE.,LU!!1 ****_** *oman, Intenda to apply
lir-ciT      "" lc *""'***��> tho foUowing daacribad
���Sw'im'S! ��_ * *""1 I******* ***** **" "outhwaat
��� 'chaina eut ,���d 20 chalna north of
C0MId2JL?IH! oI k��l *}*-��� ""vey'a Survey,
��ieic. I'', ***��***. thine. 40 chalna aaat,
'���'.i���������.. k .,,���" ���""}���*'' lh,n��� *<> ��halna wut,
"'niaitiia, i'i?, ' "oulh " I""1 <���' commencement
I law 15* ���'-" "cr" ">ore or C���
Pub. Ma
GRACE McTAVlSH
Fred W. Bohler. Agent
'n'kV,���,'! '^tritt-DUlrlct ol Coaat Rango 6
���n��IWttat l.Lauchlan John Sh.nahan of
"i'l'ly l,',r |���ar-'!..!,c_cu!'"ll"h   teacher,   Intend   to
iclaari,,  |,
,"1^''l'H'lal;,d,miM'<"1   '"   P"re*,aie   I la.,   following
CMiMMtat M a poit pli
���heaal corner ol Lot 3060, tnence 40
ii'iico 40 chalna weet, thence 40
I "i';'.'. |.o,',1f "." |,0,t P'��nted 66 chaina wuth
chuna MUth   {JJ C��rnCT "' Lot 3MU- thence 40
I)^' 1 A,>ri! ItV^oIV. J��HN  S"ANAHAN
, i'*& *��uI*?h��Vl?trl.ct-Dlrtrtet o( CRwi"
tom u , hftt i! JohD ."* Mitchell ol i'rince
-���^���y or' ii;mi.iU,"llon I'ookkeoper, Intond to
"���WbfflHp*10"  t0 Purchtae the  followlnit
RfiwSfiL'Ai' I,0ltIPt��n^ about (5) five
fbtnoi ewt Jr, ��l,rlvWii thenco north 80 chaini
ggg St SO chLlnV' ��nCe "��Uth 8�� ���""���
^Miy'ia!"' lM1,      -,0H.N-L^ MITCHELL
Francli 3. Pretton, Agsnt   Pub. Mny 13.
snd containing 640 acrw moro oi-Icm.
Dui.-.l March 17, lull GEOHCiB FRIZZELL
Pub. April 7. Numa Dempri. Agent
SkiTtui Land Diatrict -Diatrict of Caaaiar
Take  notice that I,  laaac  O'Urion  Korbea of
Prince Rupert. 1). C, occupation carpenter, intend
to apply for permiaaion to purchaae the following
deacribod lands:
Commencing at m poat planted about flv milese
aoutb and ono mile weat of the forka of thc White
aud Flat riven, thencu north HO chains, thenee
weat 80 chaina, thence aouth HO chains, thenco
eaat 80 chains.
Dated April 18, 1911. ISAAC O'URIEN FORBES
Pub. May I'i. Francis S. Preaton, Agent
Skeena Land District    District of Coast
Take notice that Glunn McArthur of Vancouver,
U.  C, occupation real   estate agent intenda to
apply  for  permission  to purchaae the following
deacribod lands:
Cotnmencng at a poat plantod 40 chains w7st
and HO chalna south of the aouthweat corner of
Lot Na 1733 marked Glenn McArthur's north-
west corner, thunce south 40 chains, thence eaat
80 chalna, thence north 40 chains, thence weat
HO chaina to post of commoncement, containing
320 aerea more or leas.
Datod March 20, 1911.       GLENN McARTIIUR
Pub. April 16. T. D. Laird. Agent
Skeena Land District-District of Coast Range 5
Coaat District
Take notioe that Win. Leslie of Sappcrton, B.C.
occupation Government Guard, intends to apply
for permission to purchaae the following described landa:
Commencing at a post planted 40 chalna weat
and 120 chains south of the southwest corner of lot
No 1733, range 5 coaat district,marked Wm.Leslie,
N.W. corner, thence south 40 chains, thencc east
8(1 chains, thence north 40 chains, thence west 80
chaina to poat of commencement, containing 320
acren more or less.
WM. LESLIE
T. D. Laird, Agent
Dated Mnrch 20th. 1911
Pub. April 29th, 1911
Skeena Land Aflatrlct���District of Queen Chariotta
Islands
Take notloo that Goo. 11. Laux of Prince Rupert,
D. C, occupalion barber, intends to apply for
IxTini-wiiin to purchaao tbo following described
Unda:
Commoncing at a poat planted about seven
milea weat and one milo south from the mouth
of Stanly Creek, Nadun Harbor, thenco south 80
chains, thenee west 40 chains, thonoo north 80
chains, thanou east 40 chaina.
Datad March 17, 1911. GEO. H. LAUX
Pub. April 22. Numa Demers, Agent
Skeena Land District���Diatrict of Cassiar
Take notice that I, Urenton Jordon Moore of
Prince Rupert, It. C, occupation contractor, Intend
to apply for permiaaion to purchase the following
described landa:
Commencing at a post planted about (3) three
miles south and (2) two milea weat of the forka
of Wliitc and Flat rivera, thenco 80 chalna south
thence 80 chalna west, thenco 80 chains north,
thenco 80 chains cast.
URENTON JORDON MOORE
Dated April 20, 1911. Francia S. Preston, Agent
Pub. May 13.
Skeena Land Diatrict -Dtatrict of Cassiar
Twa   notloa   that   1,   Charlea   M.   Knousc  o
Prince Kupert, H. C, occupation farmer, intend
to apply for permission to purchaae the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about (3) three
unit's south and (2 ) twu milea west of the forks of
While river and Flat river, thence south 80 chains,
thoneo weat 80 chains, thence north 80 chaina,
thence east 80 chains.
Dated April 20, 1911. CHARLES M. KNOUSE
Pub. May 13. Francia S. Preaton, Agent
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Caasiar
Tako notice that I, James Webster Lspliri of
Stewart, B.C., occupation    auctioneer, Intond to
apply for permission to   purchaso   tho   following
describod lands:
Commencing at a poat planted on the right
bank of tho Naas river about nine miles above
the forks of the Naas river, thenco south 80 chaina,
thence west HO chnins, thenco north HO chains,
thance east 80 chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 ������������� !��-,��������� EspLIN
Dated March 24, 1011. Frank Sldnoy Wright, Agt
Pub. May 17.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol Caaaiar
Taka notico that I, Sydney Kltlgcrald ol Stewart,
D. C.��� occupation cook, intend to apply lor permimion to purchaae tho lollowing deicriliod landa
Commencing at a poit planted about livei ml o
eouth and ono milo of tho forki ol White
and Klat rivera, thenco iouth 80 cha ni, thonce
weal 80 chaim,  thenco north 80 chaini, thonce
CcdVp'juiS, 1911. SYDNEY FITZGERALD
Pub. May 13. Francia S. Preaton, Agont
Skwna Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Caasiar
Taka notica that  William  Frederick Cameron
of Prince  Rupert,  D. 0,  occupation ��wp��nter,
nienda to apply for permiaaion to purchaaa the
tollowing deacribed landa: .
Commencing at a poat Pl����ted about three
milo. aouth ol the forka of tho White and Flat
rivera, tbence aouth 80 chalna, thence wait 80
chalna, thonce north  80  chalna, thence eaat 80
Ch*1'"" WILLIAM FREDERICK CAMERON
Dated April 18, 1911. ,  ��� -    ..-   .____,.
Pub. May 18. Francia S- Preaton, Agent
6
Skeona Land Dlatrict-Dlitrict 01 Coast ����nB��
Take not co that Murdock McRae ol Vancouver
II. C, occupaUon real estate broker, ���QWU.tO
apply for permiasion U purchase lhe follow! nn
doscribed landa:
Commoncing at a onst planteil "n ����� WU*
bank of Eichumalks river about live mile, (torn
its confluence with tho Skeona river, thenco 40
chains woat, thonco 20 chains north, thenco 10
chalna weat, thenco 40 chains norlh, thenco 40
chalna caBt, thenco 20 chnins south, thence 40
chalna eaat, thonco 40 chains south lo point ol
commencomont, containing >A��,,MSJR?'W,yH
Datod April 21, 1911. MURDOCK McRAE
One can tell at a glance that
this model was designed by a
French modiste, and it is exactly
suited for a tall, slim figure. Thc
skirt is plain blue satin foulard
and the tunic anil shortwaisted
bodice is same shade, dotted with
small black squares. The joining
of bodice and tunic is made under
an upstanding frill of black satin,
which is also used on bottom of
tunic and around skirt at hem
depth. Sleeves and round neck
ire finished with a band of cream
ace insertion.
A FORGOTTEN AIR
'Tis the ecstacy of repose,
'Tis love when tired lids close,
'Tis the wood's long shuddering
In the embrace of the wind,
'Tis, where gray boughs arc thinned
Little voices that sing.
O fresh and frail is the sound
That twitters above, around,
Like the sweet tiny sigh
That dies in the shaken grass;
Or the sound when waters pass
And thc pebbles shrink and cry.
What soul is this that complains
Over the deeping plains,
And what is it that it saith?
Is it mine, is it thine,
This lowly hymn I divine
In the warm night, low as a breath?
���Paul Verlaine (Arthur Symons'
version.)
TOO  HEAVY
Simple Way of Weight Reduction
real value in these cases; anything
in fact, that will tempt from idle
ease is to be encouraged; hence
bowling, a game full of interest,
ran be made to serve as a remarkably agreeable reducing agent.
Any good system of physical culture followed faithfully, not as a
substitute for, but in addition to,
sufficient outdoor exercise, will
prove valuable.
Baked Onions
Parboil Bermuda onions len minutes. When cold remove centre
and fill with mixture of bread
crumbs and chopped centres, seasoning highly and adding a generous amount of butter. Sprinkle
with buttered crumbs, cover and
bake an hour in a pan containing a
little water. Uncover and brown
lightly.
HOME HINTS
Every   One   a   Trouble   Saver
For afternoon tea, toast seems
to be better liked than most
anything else. It is thin and cut
into round or diamond-shaped pieces.
When creaming butter for cake-
making try pouring it through an
ordinary potato masher and see
how much time and labor you can
save.
If the sewing machine band is
too loose drop a little castor oil
in the groove of the wheel and
turn the wheel very fast for a few
moments.
To secure thc threads in machine
sewing so that they will not rip,
nor need to be tied, turn the goods
round and stitch backwards for
half an inch.
Robin Hood
The Great Flour
of
Greater Canada
Your Dealer Has ll
To Lease
l.i its
11 luck
Sfi'tion
22, 2.3, 24, 25
8
1
17
18
1
24
81
1
14
se
1
7, 8
ll
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G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
Second Ave., Prince Rupert, B.C.
wat��aiAMM��.��a��aa.��<a��WMW������
;:;;:;;:;;:;;:;;:w.;;:;;:w:;;:;;:;;:;
The Digby Rooms
LocaUd on Sixth Ave., near  Fulton
I
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i
Throe to fiv minutes from centre uf busint'im district. Nineteen newly furnished rooma.
Hot nnd cold water, Itnth and
telephone. Newly furnished.
Under new mantKoment,
INSPECTION
INVITED
FRED. STORK
-General Hardware���
���
Oxford Stoves  *
Graniti'ware       Tinware m
Builders'  Hardware
Valves & Pipes
SECOND - AVENUE
-���-���-
When making cream of onion
some use half a bay leaf, a bit of
minced parsley and a bit of mace
for seasoning. It will be found
exceedingly tasty.
Use thumb tacks for fastening
the ironing sheet to the board.
They will hold it more firmly
than pins and are more easily
removed than ordinary tacks.
When you sprinkle the clothes
for ironing cover thc basket with
a big, heavy blanket and the
clothes will keep moist and not
mould even in the hottest weather.
���YOU GET���
What You Ask For
If we have it in Fruit and
Groceries, and we have it
almost unfailingly.    :   :   :
toooooaonoQoocxjoocxxxxxxxo
TEMS   OF
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
OPTICAL GOODS
We have a complete line of
Lenses, Field Glasses. Mineral Glasses, Compasses
and   Anerord  Barometers.
R. W. Cameron & Co.
Official Watch Inspectors
for the G.T.P.
Cor. Gth St. and Second Avenue.
PHONE 82
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Those   who   are   too   heavy   in
spite   of   the   fact   that   only   a
moderate amount of food is taken,
must turn their attention to methods   that   will   insure   a   more
perfect oxidation.    Exercise in the
open air is first and best.    Long
walks at a fairly rapid pace, beginning with a mile and increasing
to   five  or  more  each  day,   are
within the reach of, and 'arc safe
for,  almost all  corpulent people.
Golf, for those for whom it is1 a
possibility   is   one   of   thc   most
enjoyable   cures   imaginable,   necessitating,   as   it  does,   walking,
deep  breathing,   and   mental   activity, all nicely compounded with
the spirit of play.   Tennis might
do   for   those   young . enough   to
enjoy   its   rather  violent  virtues.
It  is only  practicable  for  those
"inclined to be stout."    It may
be   considered   an   excellent   preventive treatment.    The game is
obviously impossible for the truly
obese.   Indoor bodily activity has'right price?
Have You hit_ Cherry Pie ThU Season ?
We have the Cherries and
everything else to make
the  pie.      :     :     :     :     :
YOU GET GOOD GROCERIES   AND    FRUIT
-AT���
Ideal Provision House
Third Ave., near Sixth St.    Phone 190
UMBRELLA TIP
You Can Wash Your Thunder-
stick Any Time
In case your umbrella falls into
thc mud and the dirt cannot be
brushed off, wash it with soap and
lather. First grease the inside
wires to prevent them from rusting, then proceed to wash thc
cover, scrubbing the soil-spots with
i soft brush. Next rinse it with
cold water, inside and out, and
hang in the sur to dry. It is best
to keep the umbrella open all the
time, aud it will look like new
when thc washing is completed.
I
9
-Webster's
New
international'
Dictionary
THE MERRIAM WEBSTER?
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field of tho world's thought,
return uid culture Tha only
in b- unabridgod dictionary Is
many yoara.
Raax-aiitr I* define* over 400,000
pcl-,u*c  H'..r./.s.- inn rn than ever
befure appeared  botween two
coven,   i.-iio J'lili'J.   Cooo It*
lustration*.
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Rrrantr **��� ** 1"1 encyclopedia In j
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F-Urmiif. "��� '" aooeptad by the
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j S PORT}
Prank Parks, five times heavy-
weight champion of England, was
beaten the other day by ,\Y.
Shenglcr of New York, the metropolitan champion in this class,
+ + +
Davidson has made three home
runs in three consecutive days.
Hues haB iiiit made une in the
same length of time, but he has
delivered hits that were much
harder and would have carried
farther in a large park.
+ + +
Speaking of hi Iters, d" not
overlook that fellow Goodman,
who is playing third for Victoria.
He has corralled seven in the last
three games, and all of them have
sounded good, lie handles the
bat well, meeting the ball squarely
on  the seam.
+ + +
Chicago, Detroit and St. Louis
are the leading bidders for Third
Baseman Arthur Bues. Manager
Tighe has not decided which team
will get the prize, but the deal
will probably be closed within a
week or so. Big money is usually
paid for pitchers, but Bues is
worth a big chunk of dough to any
major league club thai is not well
fortified at third.
+ + +
Joe Custer of Brooklyn has just
administered a severe beating to
l-r.inkie Conley of Kenosha, Wis.,
in a 20-rOimd bout at New Orleans.
Three judges were unanimous in
awarding the Brooklyn boy tin-
honors and he is now slated to
meet Abe Attell for the featherweight championship. Conley was
a favorite with the crowd. Both
IH>>> .ippi.mil iu excellent condition. They weighed 12'J pounds.
+ + +
The  name  of   ihe  new  umpire
who has been signed  lo lake the
place of Ralph Terry is Nagel and
he hails from Montaha.
+ + +
I'mpire B.uimg.irten is not so
bad. He is at all events an
awful relief after what has been
heard of these Northwestern League limps.
+ + +
Fred Luderus, the former M.i-
! roon star who has been playing in
such form for the Philadelphia
Nationals this season, is tenth in
the batting averages.of the league
with the splendid figures of 317.
��� ��� ���
The Winnipeg North Knd Amateur Athletic club created a wonderful record in the Victoria Day
sports, capturing nearly everything in sight. The club was
organized in November, 1007, and
since that time has been steadily
growing into what promises to be
on'.' of the strongest athletic combinations on the continent.
+ + +
According to unofficial batting
averages of   the  Western  Canada
Baseball league Eddie Taylor of
the Maroons is leading the league
with an average of .110. Donovan
is fourth with .27ii, while the name
Of Van Dine, the heavy hitter of i *L���5',J��*��>*\
0 of llritfnh Columbia
ihe team, ia not mentioned at all.     ndinniwiBiii
Double Weekly Service
S.S. PRINCE RUPERT and S.S. PRINCE GEORGE
For Stewart, Sundayi,  8.00 a.m.
TRW
Mondays and Fridays al 8 a.m.
���a. Prince Albert sails fur Port Simp-
Hiin, Niius Kiver l'oints, Miia.stt,
Naden Harbor, every Wednesday, 1.00 p.m.
and f-jr:
Refuge Hay, Skidegate, (iueen
charlotte city, Lockeport, Pa-
cnti, Jedway, Ikeda Hay, Hose
Harbor and return via Queen
Charlotte City every Saturday,
1.00 p.m.
The   Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains over its
double track route between Chicago,
Toronto, Montreal. Quebec, Halifax,
Portland, Huston, New York and Philadelphia. Information and tickets obtainable from the ollice hereunder mentioned. Trans-Atlantic bookings by all
line3 arranged.
A. E. McMASTER
FHKIUHT   AND    PASSENGEK   AGENT
Canadian Pacific Railway
B.C. Coast Service
Famous  Princess  Line
s.s. Princess Beatrice
��� srlls for���
Viacwvsr, Victoria   ind
Seattle
Wednesday, June 7
J. G. McNab - General Agent
Coast to Coast
OCEAN TO OCEAN
Tickets   To   AH   Points
ROGERS' Steamship and
Railway Agency
Second Ave. Phone 116
S.S.  INLANDER
.���. FOR������ ���
HAZELTON
SATURDAY. JUNE 3rd
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester   -   Agent
W. L. BARKKR
Architect
Second avenje and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Oflice.
MUNRO   &   LA1LEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:-  AUDITORS
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 351
WK1TI for ip-rclBUD of MW tt***** **_..
C. S C. MERRIAM CO.. P.U-UW SsriwfcU, U.m.
Hon-Uae this p��p��r, m-liT* T%_* ft mvX .t pockat Mp*.
Gold Shades
Thc combination uf nolil shades
with lil.uk and white is one of the
spring productions and is distinctly
handsome. Despite protest, black
and white arc still in favor, although in many cases dull silver
ar.d gold is used, added for the
sake of novelty.
Baked  Eggs
To make baked eggs, separate
thc yolks and whites of as many
eggs as are required. Beal the
white of each one stilT, place upon
a lliin square of buttered toast;
lift thc yolk, whole, into the
centre of the mound of beaten
white, sprinkle the whole with
salt and pepper, and brown d.li-
cately in thc oven.
Uncle Jerry'�� Trip
In his line launch Ka Vex Mr.
J. II. Kugler has been having a
trip to ihe head of Tuck's Inlet
where lie spent a couple of days.
Fishing was good there, and I ncle
Jerry landed lots of flounders.
V.  BKNNETT, B.A.
of III'.. I iialiai a.a. Su-
katrhrwRn and Al-
Iwrta llari.
CARSS 4 BENNETT'
Bahkistkks, Notariks, Etc.
Office���Kxchnnifap block, corner Thirrl nvenue And
Sixth utrwt. Prince llunerl. 8
WM. S. HAI.L, L. D.S., U.D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All ala-ailnl operation!, nkflfully trcAtc-d. i in-, and
IootI annothellca admlnlntere.1 for the iialnlcan extraction of teeth. ConmilUtlon free. Ofllcoa:
BeteanOO Hlock. Pnnce R'iDort, li-12
CLEARED
Lt. Col. Munro Not Implicated
in Farmers' Bank Fraud
Alox.M.Mannon n.A.,     W.E. Wllllam��,Ii.A.,L.L.o'
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prinee Rupert, B.C
p. o. BOX 2.1
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
rem. or wm. poxon, ksh��� a.b.a.m.'lon., kno
Have  got next  to  the  special
Hazelton Hotel Host
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Toronto,   June  3.���Lieut.   Col.
Munro,   former   President   of   the
Farmers' Bank, has been declared I SIXTH   stkkkt
innocent of thc charges of making!	
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE   aoencv
COLLECTIONS ANI) REPORTS
PRINCE RUPERT
By the Prince George this morn-1false returns to the Government!
ing there arrived R. J. McDonnell,|concerning  the aflairs of the bank jFruit
thc successful and popular Hazel
ton   hotelkeeper.     Hc   is  staying
lunch  in  the  Royal  Cafe at  thc lat thc Premier Hotel here, and will
2t I go up river by the first boat.
For row boats and launches
telephone 320 green. Davis'
Boat House.
:   Produce   :
WHOLESALE
Feed
H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave. THE    D A]I L Y   NEWS
Do away with this.     Patronise a white
laundry.    White.labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
FOR SALE
5-roon-f House on Sth
Avenue anil McBride.
?700 cash, easy terms.
JOHN DYBHAVN
Exdu
Hlock
Prince Rupert
The Insurance People
KVt'm l'l.ASS l'l  1NSI KANI'I'.    GET OCR RATKM
The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
Phaanc UO Third Avenue ami NM Sl
OPERATOR IS
BADLY DAMAGED
Tall Tree Crashes Down on Her
Stern from High Bank
Saturday iiijjht a sensation in
the city w.is the arrival from up
river of the steamer Operator of
Messrs. Foley, Welch & Stewart's
licet with her stern-wheel and
deck aft considerably smashed by
the fall ni .1 tall tree which crashed
down from the bank of the river
above her .it Mile 71. No one
was hurt by tlie falling timber
ur the splinters below deck, but
the boat w.is partially disabled,
and had to return tn I'rince Rupert
for repairs.
h w.i- impossible to continue
the journey up Btream owing in
the stale "I the engine-room, but
the Operator after temporary re-
juiirs managed the down stream
trip safely and limped into Ku-I
pert. She was taken over to the
ways at Digby Island this morning, where she will be repaired.
The job will take several days.
Besides the smashing of timbers
mi deck, considerable damagewas
done to steampipesand connections
years hold S record as a rapid
moneymaker.
"A number of western places
havc already gone forward so
quickly that ii is not to be expected that this same furious
speed can be continued indefinitely, Prince Rupert is at the
beginning ol her career and will
by reason ol more felicitous conditions move forward much more
quicklj th.l i other cities have
experienced in the same time.
"Coincident with the completion
of the railroad will undoubtedly
be a great rush of people to
Northern B. C, Meantime this
city should enjoy a well seasoned
measure of prosperity."
KILLED HIS WIFE
AND ESCAPED
Classified  -   -  Advertisements
One of th��� h_.,  ,��� a tl���. modern newsnaper'gives the public is in the classified advertisement columns
There huvar��n   ,. 1-r  emnTover and'worker, landlord ami tenant, and a host of others meet on com-
monbXm     Top'o Xmo.ii.rn convenience In reach ofav.ryone the News w. II reduce its
rate to a nominal price nf a cent a word per insertion.    Minimum chai ire nl 25 cents,
rate to a nominm gjico ^  Adv8rt,8,ng Column  for today.     Watch   it  grow.
Here  is
Hall staff.    This time it is
the
^^^^^^^^^      lie   ll   is   mi'ii i
chauffeur J. Gibson who w.is en-||	
gaged at $100 per month to look
after thc new auto hose wagon.
Lost and Found
Tragedy Shocks the People of
New Westminster - Mrs. Jones the Victim.
FOUND���Buroka Cleaning nml 1'rt'BHlnir Company. Men's suits eleaned uml prMUdll.00a
Ladies' suits prtSMd nml elenned.    Ory elenn-
n   his   letter  of   resienation   Mr. i   Inasipaelslty. liiKiin ia Westenhaver HiiK'k.
... * i  ��� lahnne red 69. 1111-117
(.ihsoii   states   that   auto  drivers Loum-ai arant roomi; nawly furnlihsd .Tht
in  Vancouver receive more than I  Buiw.v Block. 6th Avt.,M�� Pulton. 109.1m
���SUM) a month for merely driving,
while he has entire charge of the
machine, and is expected to attend
io every requirement of die machinery as well. The matter will
come up at this evening's council
meeting.
For Rent
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, June 6.���No trace
can be found of William Jones who
shot  and  killed  his  wife at   New
I Westminster on Saturday.    It was
thought   that   he   look   a   car   to
in   the   engine   mom,   and   theI Vancouver, but now it is believed
services of A. T.  Parkin of the tint he must have made his way
S. O. E. B. S.
Parkin  Ward  Co., were requisitioned this morning to assist the
engineers.
The tree which Struck lhe steamer was loosened by a slide, and it
The   Prince   Uupert Lolite. N'o. .118, Sons of ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
England. m.*t. the iimi ib-j third Tu-Mdwi in  was   fortunate   that   it   did   not
-ach mainth in thi-1, arpentem Hun. al - p.m.
^^^^^      St 	
tn the boundary, and is now in the
United Suites.
RUSSIA MAY     |_
FIGHT TURKEY;;
>f *-__,* . ���***.* **-**-* ****-* . -** ��� tmm_ , te*~-- .~m-.��� m*. ,.-__.,_ -__. _.m^ , (fa,
StOTM ntul offices for rent. Applv Dr. Mrlntyn\
Third Ave., phone irrecn 59. I80*tf
Neatly Furnished Rooms; gentlemen preferred.
Apply Mrs. Mullin, over Majentic Theatre.
ny-im
Coty furnished rooms. Mrs. Bower, SoiMTMt
Rooms, Third Avenue, between Seventh nnd
Eighth. 117-tf
Nice Furnished Rooms. Apply Mrs. Kirby, Alder
Blooki upstairs entrance, Third Ave.       117-i24
.���vend good 6 ��nti fi room houses with hnth, i'.i'.*
per month. O. M. Heljreraon, I.unit.-.1 phone
96. ;il7-lf
fc..^..^.~.#
JHANDASYDE&HURTJ
*.**������
 ���
Cllllllllillll llllllll Caa'ia. I'llHllll'tB
Mlninn Mai'liliH'ry nnd
Oontrnoton   Supplloi
Kmid lliiililitii' imal Caana'ii'te Machinery
Ai.rririilttini].  l-'nim nnal  Unity BuppIlM
llilinp Ciiih nnd \*.... ....
Giiollno BnttnM, Muter VamoIm, fruoki
I OFFICE:   THIRD and FULTON (
I   P.O. Boa 436
Prince Rupert   (
Trouble i8   Brewing   in the   Bal- | New 7-nxim hnuse on Ambrose Ave., partly fur-
, ,. r %. i    nishwi.rent t'ttj.    Apply tin premises iar Box 871.
Hans over/ireatement of Mon-1 Ho-ile
tenegrin��.
Won Suits
The  following  gentlemen  won
suits in Sloan & Company's Suit
F. V. CI.AHK. S.H-..
P. O. Bex ���!.'. l'rlnc�� Kupert
K STOKES'
ICE CREAM
[fall   a  moment   or   two  sooner|Qu|j80nSaturday:
otherwise most likely several persons miuili have been injured, and
lives might have been lost.
I
is tlie purest ami best made in Seatttle.
Ti i- cream is used solely in
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
BEFORE G. T. P.
IS THROUGH
Will be Rush of Prosperity for
Rupert
BY  BULKLEY   RAILWAY
No.
7���Alex Bruce.
No.
8���T. Dodds.
Xo.
9���T. Stuart.
No.
10���II. Meilcall".
No.
10���11. Berryman.
No.
12���C. II. Kearns.
No.
13���J. K. Jurgman.
Second Ave. next to Optimist old ollice
TRY IT I	
Fruit and Candy, wholesale  and   retail   Fresh Impression of Prince Ru
Sam Gowen, Prop.     Phone 350     pert������ Pro8pect8 Expressed by
T. D. Pattullo this Morning
after Business Visit from Victoria.
MOUNTAINS IMPASSABLE
	
Aviators May Have to Abandon
the   Paris   to   Turin   Race
LADIES'
HAND BAGS
-H	
We have just received a
shipment nf the newest
styles imil latest design*
in Indies' Velvet and leather Hand Baits. We cs-
pei'inlly invite you to call
and let us show ynu our
new  poods	
a^ ia^. Jfc-%10^1
C. B. WARK
Jeweller
Koine. June 5. It is likely that
the third leg of the Paris-Turin
race will have to l�� abandoned,
because of the danger of the
tights oyer the Appennines.
After a short business vi>it
to I'rince kupert in the interest-.
of clients in Victoria and the
south. T. I). Pattullo returned to
Victoria by the Prince George
this morning.    Mr.  Pattullo has
always    been    .1    believer    ill    the
axiom thai I'rince Rupert's prospects can be appreciated even
more alter .1 spill away from the
��� in. and fresh from I he older
lilies down below, he is more
than ever convinced oi thc coming
prosperity "f Prince Kupert. In
parting chat this morning he remarked: "I am well pleased with
the outlook ia Prince Kupert.
"While development will move
I more slowly until thc railroad
i* completed than had we 1 road
already, yet I think thai as soon
is the road runs a regular service
lapping the Hulkley valley district, local trade conditions will
be greatly stimulated and population will increase.
Prince   Kii|H'rt   will   in  a  fen
"RED DEVIL"
DRIVER MAY GO
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Cetinje, June 6.���According I
the local newspapers, war between
Russia and Turkey is very mar.
owing to the continual pressure
which is being placed on the
Montenegrins by the Slavs. Turkish troops have been massed in
large numbers near the frontier
during the last few days.
Nia-r. clean, bright outside rooms.
l'.ill Ave., near Fulton.
Bulkley III. - ..
URI-lm
I-aaur-roomeil House on Fraser Street, near Seventh. Aliply H. It..Mm;.ii. The Meehania-s
Staire, 2nd Ave. 124-1IM
' Nice furnished rooms single or for housekeeping.
Apply Drexel Kooming Huuso, Und Ave.,  near
BOMB FACTORY
IS IN TURKEY
MoHride.
May 3-1 mo
Ex. S. S. TEUCER
12-Inch Steel Car Wheels
Axels and Holler Hearings
���LARGE STOCK���
Rupert Marine Iron Works
Notice to Mariners
The Hunyiaiiiid llenrons iilnced in Hecate Strait
for Hy<liaagni|a)iic Surveying purposes have no
reference to navigation.
P. C. MUSUHAVE.
OllicerCominandcr C.O.S. Lillooet
\ Help V
Wanted
Feared  that  the  Products are I
Intended    for   Use   on    the
Sultan.
Salonki, June 5.���Big stores of
dynamite, and a complete factory
for making bombs has been found
in a secluded defile in the Keo-
picnic district. Explosives wen
.ilso found close to the railway
over which the Sub.111 would pass.
The discovery has caused a scare
in Court circles.
Girl to do table and chamber work at Port Kssington Hotel. Wages t_~ to il" a month with
hoard and room. Apply Mrs. Illack. Central
Hotel. City. lAO-ltt
Experlenced sewer for ladies clothes. Mrs. M,
G. Oobhnrdt. Westenhaver Block. Sth Street
and -nd Ave. Ils-lL'l
District Manager for first class Health and Accident Insurance Company. Splendid induee*
ments. Special salary njul liberal commission.
Apply to J. L. McComb. Health and Acclaim!
Department. Empire Life Insumnce Ciinpany,
511 Winch lluildlng. Vancouver. D.C.   I1MM
Nineteen young men to take cosy room* in the
llulkley Block, near Fulton. lir.l.lm
Wanted��� An A-l solicitor for the most liberal
Fraternal Orders In the world. Call room ft,
Empress Hotel.   I. F. Madlem. 1U8-I14
Wanted-.VIO good men to join the Onler of Owls.
Call room . -    Empress  Hotel.   I.  F.  Madli-m
1IW-114
Fire Insurance
THE British Union and National Fire Insurance
Company of Londun, England, with capital
..f fJ.5H0.niil.ui. S.-e ii. for rates. The Mack
llealtvand Insurance Company. "u-tf
Situations Wanted
Auto   Hose   Wagon   Chauffeur
Considers His Wage Small
Another  resignation   has
handed   in   from   the  City
been
Fire
Men!
For Suits, Clothing, Boot* and
Shoe*, Hati, Etc., with Quality
and Cheapneti combined, go to
I. GROSSMAN
..-���-..4.
A rlnnolflcd advrrtlwnipnt li a tin*!?** work-
hunter���and feldum falls.
Chambermaid r��|uirm work In Princ* Ruprrt In
lit ������: cln�� hotvl ur rooming house. Apply Daily
Newi OlHce. 121-12A
I My experienced man and wife as cook and hrlprr
In mlnlngr camp or country hotel. Anply Il.l.
T.. Optimist. 95-97
Second Ave.
Phone BIO
NATURAL RESOURCES
SECURITY COMPANY, Ltd.
PAID i;p CAPITAL $250,000     '
-OFFEK   FOR SALE���
Townsites Farm and Fruit Lands
���JOINT OWNERS ANIl SOLE AC.ENT8 Of
Fort George Townsite Massett Townsite
HEAD OFFICE:- 606 BOWER BUILDING, VANCOUVER, B.C.
Local Office: Aider Block Sixth Street
;:ji!��it:::::::u!a����)t!:��i::;!iK��KMK!i��iiiiiri!i{::inn:iu:��lo:a����itK) ��!titlt��
Boarders Wanted
"1
J
Home cooked meals and nicely furnished rooms
for Hn >��������� prrnons. Apply Mrs. James. Scott
IM U- . 3rd Ave., between hth and Sth SU.   -'if
I'rivnte Hoard hy the week or month. Homo
conktnita specialty. Mi-* 1 M. (tleeson, .(rd
Ave., between 7th and Mh Sts., phone 171. 89-tf
Real Estate
+����������..'-^... -**... --^.i
A classified advertisement Is a real cHtate salesman, and does not often count enough "to
count" In the net result.
Nineteen young men wanted to rent cosy furnfuh-
n| in the Bulkley Koom*. f<th Ave., near Fulton.
UMn
*-*y. **-.*���
For Sale j
-*,-���*>-.*���**. **-mm...*->**.,.m___,.-*...-__,..-*_,+
All kind* of second hand gOOdl Iwufrht ami *<M
F. M. Crosby, Thinl Ave., between Tth and Hh
streets. M7-tf
No. H Star Cook Stove In perfect condition, plpt
mmiirh for 2 stoves; all for Ilu. Apply at
Boon 23. Fmsor nnd 7th Streets, seven to eight
in evening. Il7*wl
SAYS SOCIALISM
IS IRRELIGIOUS
Rev. F. W. Kerr Says it Must
Join with Christianity to Succeed.
In concluding the series of Ber��
limns on Sui'iiilisiii last nielli, Rev.
F. W. Kerr was even more frank
and outspoken than in his other
two sermons on the subject
"If Socialism will not introduce
a greater standard <>f progress;
if it will not call out the initiative
in men, then we don't want it,"
he -.lid.
"If there is any hope for Socialism it is in the transformation of character." Mr. Kerr
explained lhal he was not sure
whether the type of character
found amongst socialists was any
higher than the type found in
business men today.
Finally the preacher rebuked
.Socialism In cause of its attitude
towards religion. "Socialism is
irreligious, it claims ii has nothing
io do with religion."
Quotations from Karl Marx the
"Pope of Socialism" and other
leaders in the cause, disclaiming
any sympathy with Christianity
and repudiating Jesus were read.
Mr. Kerr in closing claimed that
Socialism would never attain the
desired consummation until it joined hands with Christianity.
CALGARY CHIEF
AT DEATH DOOR
Was Attacked by Francis Kelly
Who Now Admits the Crime
 L'XXXltf
ScotchKnit
Underwear
< i
i
i.
MMK
Tho particular ilross-
er will be delighted
with thu elegant line
of Scotch Knit Grey
Wool ami Helio Mixed Underwear, just
arrived direct from
the knitters.     ::     ���;
The Helio Mixed is
a very superior llni
of soft, fleecy wool
for the summer
montlis here. All
sizes.    ::    ::    ������    ;;
The Grey Wool line
is in all sizes of two-
piece suits and combinations, very soft
and pleasing to those
with tender skin that
is usually irritated
by  wool  underwear.
ALLOW US TO SHOW
YOU     THESK    LINES.
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WW,
& Co.
j Sloan  	
PHONE 297 ||
Sixth Sireel Alder Block
!!
 ��!
Over-Seas Club
A .p-ivliil mi-vllnir ��f Ihp nwmhernof the <I\.t.
Srm. Club will U> h.lil at thc W>Mthn!mi. Lumticr
Cimpany't Hull un WaHln-mlRy next lh�� .11 inn.
at H o'clock when membcra are rciuctlcd to return all lira- ai.l concert tlcketa and to make payment for 11 ��� ���-������ ilinpoeed of.
u.m:in M. BIRCH.
119-12! A��it.-S.-o.
Notice
Take notice that John F. Mathelaon of Um c>ty
of I'rinco Km., n In the Province of Brltioh Columbia ha* retired from tha firm of M;.il. ',��� ���.
Wood & Company, plumbers and steam filter* of
the said City.
Hated at I'rince llppert. B.C. thia lat day of
May. Kll.
P. J. MATHEISON.
II   WOOD.
A Mirror
(Canadian I'ress Dispatch)
Calgary, June 5.���After a visit
from Rev. Mr. Aiken, Francis
Kelly, who is aCCUMd of the attempted murder of Chief Constable Hill who is now near
death's door, confessed to the
crime antl stitl that he was SOITJ
fur ihe attack.
That may be safely
"packed" on a trip
is much in demand.
Wc have them In different sizes.   :   :     :
WATCH   THE   WINDOW
C  H* ORME
The Pioneer Druultl
PHONE    :    ;    ;    82
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l**Am.mm._...m..f......._m..i..m..m..m.mm....._..m..t.\m.......-.*.-.*.**.m''.*'**''.m'.*..m.*-..0..t.mm..^ *   /.��e.��e.��/.����.����.��*.��r.��<.����.i��.��e.��e.����.����.��#.��e.��<.��<.����.��<.-,,.-,,:w,;j;;,:;j:ii��JJ.����.��^"��',*f7;
S.S r����
Uncle Jerry's New List
pi.
$25 |ief month.    Five room rottaRe,
astcred.    Water.
M0 per month.    Four roomsi, Imth and
toilet.   Furnished $60 par month.
Carpi i,'ere are Ketting busy on residences all over town but ewn with this
building  activity it  will  lie NIDI (ime
absfofS tli" ilimunil  fur dwelling houses ��..��,.    ���n--i���in-- fi��|m umni.ii.
ami   iipiiriini.nts.caii   bc supplied  if  it       $15 |ht mnuth.    Four    room     OOttSgl
ever Is, berause of the;number of-,ncw   I ni-ar M.Hriile.   Running water.
people   arriving    WltlAUM    object   of      ���
making hnnii s here.  My corre��|ionilencc
u|i.n this lubteet with parties now on
tlie   imisiil,.   is   ronstnntly   increasing
$25
sn 1 DUdlt nn is|Hiiiil iitipial tn tMM
having apart nielli's anil linuses tn rent '
nr Inr sale tn immediately list them |
wilh l'ncle Jerry.
RESIDENCES  FOR   RENT
$60 tier month. Seven furnished rooms
with store betnw.    A bargain.
$15 lo.r month. Twn rnnm hnusp, unfurnished, with htuement. 1'last-
crod.    Water.
$27.50 |ier mnuth.    Five rnnm rotta^,
plasured.      Water.
HIS per month.    ' iilmi,l��xli.    Stove
Jeremiah H. Kugler
ng water.
ier month.   Two story, four rooms,
Tartly lurni'-lieil.
$25 por mnnth.    Five   rooms.     Water
not    laid nn.
$22.50 )mt month.    Four   rooms   in   a
double   house.     Papered   and   well
finished.
$30 per month.    Two     Mory,      seven
rooms.    Hath  rnnm  but   not  connect, 'd.
$20 tier month.    Thr... moms.    Partly
furnished.
$25 per mnnth.    Two ��t���ry, five rooms.
Tartly furnished,    t.arden
$35 per month.    Six Nona and bath.
��35 par month.    Seven rooms Snd bath.
$35 per month.    BtlMalow, four moms.
Hath.   Hot and cold w al er.
WHY PAY RENT?- BUY A HOME
$2,500 Huys five room house in Sec-
lion 'i. Kasy terms of payment
can be arrangod.
$6,000 Huys double apartment house
in Section 6. Terms cun bc arranged.
$5,500 Huys nine room house with
basement. Hot and cold water.
Modern conveniences. Time payments arranged.
$5,180 Huys elegant eight room bungalow. Four fireplaces. Hath. All
modern conveniences.
$300    Huys live room house on Reserve.
$2,700 Huys four room house in Section 5. Modern conveniences, including bath.
$3,000    Huys   seven   room   house   in
Sectinn 5.    Modern conveniences.
$2,625    Huys  two  story   house,  seven
rooms, in Section 1,
$3,500 Huys house and shack in Section 1. Three rooms, kitchen, basement.
$3,000 Huys two story nine room
house in Section (i. Hath. Telephone.    Price $6,675.
$1,000 Huys two story,live room house
in Section 7.   Price $2,260.
$1,000 Huys two story, seven room
cottage in Section 5. Hath.' Price
$.'1,000.
$1,000 Huys five room house on Seventh
Avenue.    Price $2,600.
$800 Huys well finished four room house
in Section 6. Bath, closets. Price
$2,700.
BUY A LOT AND GET RICH
$100   Huys two lots in Section 8.   Price
1600.
$400   Huys six lots at Seal Cove.
$1,200. ^^^^
$400   Huys four lots near ScbI  Cove.
Price $225 each.
Price
$100   Buys two lots in Section 8. Price
$600.
$200    Buys two lots in Section 8.  Prico
$476.
$800   Buys lot in Section 1, easy terms
for balance.   Price $3,760.
$840   Buys lot in Section 6.   This is a
snap for cash.
$550   Buys two lots in Section 6.   Easy
terms for balance.
$600   Buys   lot   in   Section   6.     Price
$1,026.
$400    Buys lot in Section fi.   Price $860.
HOW ABOUT ROOMING HOUSES?
$500   Buys furniture and lease for two
years of ten room house.   Toilet nnd
bath.
$800   CASH.    First, payment on $4,200
rooming house, 20 x 100, 2 story
nnd   basement.     Balance   payable
$100 monthly.
$725   Buys furniture and 3 1-2 years'
lease of rooming house in Section
1.    Rent $45 per month.
Avenue. Nine furnished rooms.jali
rented. A snap.
$1,800 Buys large rooming house. Close
in. hmesi place in city. Should
clear $100 to $160 per month.
Investigate this.
"ASK UNCLE JERRY"
��c have also a hotel proposition
worthy of consideration, several business
npiaiirtuniliis, itOTSS to rent, boats for
sale and so forlh.
r.7l",'ir'' __f*____ a ���""'Prising demand
neatly for farm lands up the Skeena
��"l  m the  Bulkley  valley.     We have
Ll mi ""i'i""!" "' '"""'"Ke, carefully
Reeled, all th, way from Kitselas to
franc.is 1,.,^, N;ilf, fu��� (|pflcri|,tions
ot the character of lhe soil __n.\ m forth
fr mi, Bin? '"   ***** i8 '"*. running
sZrflv? T aT "'V S",n,, of ""���'��"''
is partly cleared and has farm bindings
this U(1 ccrll,in|y '"ok into
|     __<-�����_., ... ���gler I   WW -as    | "Ask Uncle Jerrv" I , 8?

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