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Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
V01, II. NO. 129
Prince Rupert, B.C., Friday, June 9, 1911.
Price Five Cents
President Hays Does Not Presume to Criticize the Government,
But is Inclined to Put His Money on His Own Horse---Is
Pleased With His Trip Over the New Line Which Will be
Open to the Public in a Few Days Now---Had Speedy Run
"Nothing but the Rnilway
Board's permit is needed now,"
>.iiil President Hays just off the
special train which whirled him
,iml iii- party eatwards along the
steel yesterday. "I known how
anxious the public have lieen to
havc ���! passenger service started
nil the (���- T. I', along the Skeena,
and I am glad that wc can promise
thit is .i few days now."
Line in Good Shape
Mr. I lays was well pleasetl with
ilu- pn^ress of the steel under
General Superintendent Mehan.
The track fur the first KM) milea
i- in exccllenl shape for comfortable travelling.
"You s.iw us leave at eight
.im." Ntid Mr. Hays, "ami as
ymi know we have arrived back
this evening at about nine o'clock.
I think wc made a very speedy
irip allowing the line to be in
pod order for the swift handling
���a! trains."
Visited Govt.  Dock
On Wednesday afternoon Mr.
Hays paid a visit to the Government Wharf at the foot of McBride Mitel. Asked what hc
though! ol that great enterprise
now in full swing, the president
"i thc  mad   slid:    "Well,   I   see
thej havc a great number of
very fine piles lying ready i" be
placed, and I saw that several
luri' in position. But they seem
in 1.1 getting on rather slowly.
I aipposc they are having a hard
problem to get a place for every
pile and every pile in its place."
"As a man accustomed to seeing
construction work done on a large
scale, how do you think they arc
getting along with the wharf, Mr.
"Well, of course it's not for me
to criticise," remarked Mr. Hays
with a twinkle in his eye, "but
ihey seem lo be getting on rather
slowly. Of course they have dilli-
culiies. These great piles arc
tremendously hard to handle I
Race the Dry Dock
"Which do you think will be
ready first, Mr. Hays, the Government wharf or the Grand Trunk
dry dock?"
"Now that's rather a question,"
saitl Mr. Hays with a dceidetl
smile.     "I   shouldn't   venture   to
try  and  show  the Government
how to do iheir work but do you
know I rather fancy wc shall
give that Government wharf quite
a run for its money when wc get
our dry -dock going ahead. The
wharf has had a long start but
if it is to bc complete Ix'forc our
dock it will have to go some."
Members of the Fraternal Order of Eagles are requested to
meet at their hall, Helgerson
Block, on Friday, June 9th, at
9.15 a. in. to attend the funeral
of the late brother, J. L. Cormier.
Fund of Over $60,000 Contributed by the Loyal Mary's
of the Empire is to be Spent on Charity,   a
Diamond Garter, and Some Oil Paintings-Canada Topped List
TO BUILD SHIPS (c""a"" '""""^
-*������ Hritish-Canadian   Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company is Organized for Canada
. Canadian Press Despatch)
''""'""lo, June  9.���Information
1 '���"  ' died lure of the formation
'". mpany t<> be called the
�������li-Canadlan Shipbuilding and
llr> Dock company,   lt has been
''rK'"'i*<l wiih a capital of $10,-
W-OOO.   sir  Henry  I'elliticr is
'""""'���    The site of the new
Ms ,.,���| (iry dock  win  be  at
Sydney, \. s.
,,,' |k expected thai the company
*��  ^der  for
' anadiaii navy,
vessles   for   the
Where to Go
London, June 9.���Today Queen
Mary was presented with a cheque
for over 12,500 pounds, subscribed
for in small sums by her loyal
namesakes throughout the Empire
as a Coronation gift.
$35 000 from Canada
Canada topped the list of contributions from the ovci^eas Dominions, with a total contribution
of $35,000. The largest contributions, were of course from Great
Will Buy a Garter
Most of thc money will bc expended in charity, but a portion
of it will bc devoted to thc purchase of a diamond insignia garter,
and for oil portraits of his Majesty King George and the Prince
of Wales. The announcement of
the similar fund from lhe Georges
of the Empire for his Majesty has
not yet been made known.
J������** and Mails, 7.80 p.m.
'j;:1's Ur  THBATRB,   Third   Ave;
,   ' v"'�� Md longs, 7.30 p.m.
Jr"'* THEATRB, Second Avenue;
WlTOB?ndumS!,e/ 7'30 P'm-
11 M. Sixth Avenue;  Roller
(Canadian Press Dispatch,
Vancouver, June {(.���At last
trouble and intiniiiL.ion have bro
ken out in the eity over the
Carpenters' strike. Yesterday afternoon while the foreman in
charge or a number of non-union
men at work on an apart men I
block in Souih Vancouver, was at
work, he was seized and brutally
beaten by a gang of men, apparently strike sympathizers. An
apprentice who went to his aid
was also injured.
Threw Him off Veranda
Peterson was on th veranda of
the house at the time, antl the
gang threw him off the veranda
to the ground. While on the
ground one of the men hii him
over the head with a piece of
scantling. The police arc endeavoring to locale the guilty parties,
siring them to trial.
Conciliation Fails
The civic conciliation committee
appointed by the city council
met this morning with a delegation
of the trades unions, but little
progress was made. The men
insisted on a closed shop as the
only basis of settlement, while
the contractors are equally firm
in their declaration for an open
shop They sa> they will not be
parlies to any settlement which
discriminates against non-unionists
They only concession they will
make is to offer not to discriminate against trade unionists.
Pot plants of all kinds, candies
fruits and refreshments are specialities of the nice new store just
opened by Mrs. Shrub-sail on Kulton street, in Mack Really Btllid
Defeated Sullivan Today in a
Fight for the World's Championship.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London,   June   9.���Papke,   lhe
.American middleweight champion,
today defeated Sullivan, the English title-holder, in the ninth round
of a battle for the world's championship,    Papkc won handily.
Trout Fishing
Made easy by wearing our Muk
hats. Get them and catch trout.���
Scott, Froud & Co.
Northwestern League
Vancouver 9, Portland 0;   forfeited.
Spokane 10, Seattle 6.
Tacoma 6, Victoria 3.
National League
St. Louis 4, Boston 2.
New York 4, Pittsburg 3.
Chicago 4, Brooklyn 1.
Philadelphia 8, Cincinnati 1.
American League
( hicago 7, New York 2.
Detroit 8, Philadelphia 3.
Washington 3, Cleveland 2.
St. Louis 11, Boston 5.
Pacific Coast League
Oakland 2, Vennm 7.
Sacramento 5, 'Frisco 2.
Transforming Store
Within a few weeks' time
Acme Clothing Company, Second
avenue, announce they will have
a model store. New electric
light fittings have been installed
and the store at night will be
ablaze of brilliant light. The
present fittings are to be replaced
by more useful antl artistic ones.
The Acme Company are going
to handle thc leading lines of
goods among which will be Slater
Bill  Passes Senate Committee
by 10 to 4 with Root's Amend
ment Added.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Washington, June 9.���Today the
Canadian reciprocity bill was declared ready for consideration by
the United States Senate. The
Finance committee voted today
10 to 4 to report the bill next
Tuesday without any recommendation, and with Senator Root's
amendment added to the effect
that wood pulp, paper and mill
board shall nol bc admitted free
of duty thc the United States
from Canada until these products
arc permitted free of duty from
this country into every Province
of Canada.
The opponents of the measure
are hoping to divide the Senate on
the pulp wootl amendment.
Something Special
Just arrived, the best America
can produce iii ladies velvet pumps,
Get a pair today.���Scott, Froud &
Co., the leading shoe store.
Perfection of Tailoring
The fellows who are to the fore
in style and go-ahead spirit wear
20th Century Brand Clothes���as
a natural thing. There is snap
to the design, au cxclusiveness to
thc fabric, a perfection to the
tailoring that make a man glad he
is wearing them.���Sloan and Company, Sixth street.
Aid Smith Dictates a Letter to the Ottawa Counsel, Ordering That
the City's Opposition be Withdrawn from the Railway Board
-No Harbors Will be Left for the Small Craft���All are included in Phrase "From Mile 0 Westerly."
"I am instructed by the
City Council of the City of
Prince Rupert to inform you
that the City of Prince Rupert does not intend to take
any further steps to push
the protest filed by the City
against the Grand Trunk
Pacific Railway Company's
application for the approval
of their plans for railway extension from Mile 0 wester-
Above is the letter dietaletl
by Alderman Smith to the City
Clerk to be forwarded to the
Minister of Railways at Ottawa
Alderman Smith's motion that
this letter be sent, was seconded
by Alderman Clayton, antl carried
by the council. Not without a
struggle, however.
Battle   for   Bays
Three aldermen ditl make a
slant! for the preservation lo Prince
Rupert of harbors for the "mosquito fleet." They were Alder-
num N'uwion, Alderman Douglas,
and Alderman Hilditch. From
Hays Creek to Seal Cove the
battle raged. One by one thc
defenders of the bays gave way-
Alderman Newton stood linn for
a spell. Alderman Hilditch put
up a vigorous fight, and Alderman
Douglas got in a whack nr two.
But with skillful word play D'Arcy
Tate pursued the defenders, and
shaken in determination by the
discouragements of the City Solicitor the trio relinquished their
Hays Creek Closed
In view of the dry dock and
other works to go allied at Hays
Creek the bay there must be
closed. Alderman Newton wanted
to know how the water was to
get mil. Mr. D'Arcy Tate said
a culvert was planned. It would
be impossible, he told Alderman
Newton  to make this eulveri  big
enough tn let small craft through.
Cow Bay antl Cameron Cove
it agreed by the council
woultl have to be filled up. But
the three aldermen mentioned put
up a good light to save Seal Cove.
Mr. D'Arcy Tate said that Seal
Cove was to bc left open meantime.
"No Further Steps"
"The   use   of   the   phrase   'no
further   steps'   shuts   us   off   altogether    from    protesting,"    saitl
Alderman  Hilditch.
"You can protest again," saitl
City Solicitor Peters.
"We are not proposing any
development at Seal Cove at present," said Mr. D'Arcy Tate.
"When we do, we will send the
plans intended to be filed and
you can protest again."
"We agree that Cow Bay and
Hays Creek must be filled up,'
said Alderman Hilditch, "but we
want Seal Cove."
"I object to a protest being
lodged against plans which are
not filed," said Mr. Tate. "There
is lime enough for a protest when
the plans are filed."
Thc Ciiy Solicitor to Alderman
Hilditch. "Vou have no right to
protest against plana which are
not filed. That will prevent you
from protesting afterwards if you
want to."
Mr. D'Arcy Tate: "lf we intend further development we submit plans before filing. We are
bound to do ..o by the Railways
Alderman Hilditch: "It is no
use filing plans after thc work
has been done, and the places are
filled up."
The City Solicitor: "I think
President Hays will agree lo write
mc a letter to thc effect that
these plans will be filed."
Mr. Hays: "Certainly, n other
words to the effect that I will
abide by the law."
Remove Protest so Far
"Might we not simply agree
to remove the protest  to works
as far as (Jvcrlook street ? said '
Alderman Newton.
"No," replied Mr. D'Arcy Tate,
"that woultl leave a document
on file with the Minister of Railways which is a protest. That
is what wc want to get rid of.
If you want to protest again next
week you can do it."
Mayor Manson: "What would
be wrong with withdrawing the
present protest, and then writing
next week saying we desired to
be communicated with should the
Rqilway Company want to carry-
on  development at Seal Cove?"
Alderman Douglas: "But Seal
Cove is alninsl closed up already."
Alderman Smith: "Seventy-five
let! of it is left open."
Alderman Hilditch: "Might 1
ask Mr. Hays if he has any intention nf closing up this opening?"
Mr. Hays: "Not the slightest,
Mr. Hilditch. You have the idea
that you are giving away right,
that you may need later. This
you cannot possibly ilo liccause
we are bound by law to supply
you with plans In-fore we go on
with future development."
The motion was carried after
Mr. Hays had suggested that he
should write a letter to thc city
council to the effect that he would
do no development until plans
were submitted to the city council.
Thc letter was filed by thc City-
Alderman Clayton: "In other
words Mr. Hays, you will write
a letter agreeing lo keep the law."
Financial Troubles Have Dogged  Its  Footsteps  Since
the Run Made on It Last Fall   Deficiency May
Come up to $3,750,000   Official Receiver is Now in Charge
ln��i 8 p.m.
Fresh Flowers
A   big  consignment   <>f   fresh
(lowers will be received tomorrow
morning   on   thc   Prince   George.
I Thc   Arctic   Studio,   Law-Butler
I Building, Third avenue.
It has been understood that the agreement made with the Grand Trunk Pacific officials,
provided for the starting of work at machine shops, round house, station building, etc.,
within three months. That has been the chief consideration to merchants and workmen
anxious for a railway payroll in the city.
But this is what the agreement says:
CLAUSE 8.���"The Railway company will within a period of three months
from the date of ratification of this agreement by the Legislature, commence the
erection of its works within the citv limits, consisting, etc."
CLAUSE 9.���"The Townsite Co. will, within a period of two years from the
date of ratification of this agreement by the Legislature, commence the erection
of a first class hotel, etc."
CLAUSE 1_4. -"The parties .... doing all things necessary to obtain
such ratification at the NEXT SESSION OF THE SAID LEGISLATURE."
The next session ofthe said Legislature will be February and March 1912.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London, June !).���The Birbeck
Bank, one of the older British
financial Institutions with head
offices in High llolborn has suspended payment, and an official
receiver is now in charge.
Adverse rumors have caused
the present troubles. Last fall
these rumors were afloat, antl a
run was made on the bank which
the  directors met  and   survived.
Since then repeated rumors of the
bank's difficulties have caused il
to announce a suspension.
$1,875,000 Short
The directors in a statement
announce that the deficiencies are
11,876,000 on a total liability of
184^80,000, but the actualities
who are at work on the books
think the total deficiency will
total nearer *3,7.r>0,000.
Jury After Five Minutes Bring
in a Verdict of Not Guilty of
Manslaughter Charge.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Victoria, June !).���After being
out but five minutes, the jury
which has heard the rase of
Captain Sears charged with manslaughter, brought in a verdict
of nol guilty.
Sears was master of the Steamer
roquols, which was wrecked off
Sidney harbor on April Itltb. The
lives of twenty-five passengers
Were lost. The charge was made
that Sears left for the shore
without tloing all lie coultl to save
the passengers.    He was arrested
and charged with manslaughter.
Fashion's Whims
It   takes   inori'   than   cloth   toj
make clothes like those we illus- _   .       ,   ���,    ,      ���
tr;Uc Bench-Tailored  Clothes
It takes, lirst of all, taste and 20th Century Brand bench-tall-
skill, then a lol of experience.andored garments for men are the
intimate and daily acquaintance product of men who know what
with Fashion's whims, and, last I correct style is and bow to give it
of all, a disposition to make the I expression. They radiate snap
right thing or nothing.--Sloan and smartness, distinctiveness.���Sloan
Company, Sixth street, land Company, Sixth street. THE    DAILY    NEWS
The Daily News
Formerly The 'Prince Rupert Optimist
PublUhed by Ihe Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
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"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 he. as it were, a
keeper of the public conscience. " ��� Henry Wattersun.
Daily Edition.
Friday, June 9
Since the last article of this series was written, the city council
and the representatives of the Grand Trunk Pacific railway company
have met and decided on a settlement which n the course of two
or three weeks will be submitted to the people for their approval
or rejection.
This latest agreement, to which Mr. Charles M. Hays has given
his assent, is even more lavish towards the company tha l the last.
The railway reserve and wharf watcrfrontage���better known as
Section E is to be thrown in with the railway lands, to be co\ d
by the proposed Sla.OOO annual payment. The present assessment
of section E is St>t33,500, on which thr present taxes chargeable to the
G. T. P. Development Co. are 19,963.60. This leaves a sum of $.r>.-
046.50 to cover the whole of the taxation on the water-frontage.
His Ottawa Speech Proved  a  Disappointment to the
Party   Had Estimated His Calibre by His Appearance���Would Have Been Wis^r Not
to Have Opened His Mouth
What are the considerations offered? There are a number of
park sites. Tncse were in thc original townsite plan. They were part
of the conditions on which the townsite was sold, and on which the
laml values wen based at the Nile. The transfer removes from the
company the obligation to improve and maintain the park sites at
its own expense.
The one hundred feet of land at Fairview, while not of equal
value to the two hundred feet at Claude street is the only real con
cesa'on. While not nearly so accessible as Claude street and requiring
a high level bridge to reach it, it has thc advantage of being made
over in fee simple to the city. What its estimated value is, has not
yet been stated. Thc dry dock would bc built in any event. The
Dominion Government subsidy ensured that.
"Distance lends enchantment to
the viiw."   Premier McBride has
been regarded as the "rising hope"
of ihe Conservative party;   the
Moses who woultl  hail  il  out  of
the wilderness, But, if an Ottawa
newspaper correspondent is to be
believed, the expectations formed
in regard thereto arc likely to be
disappointed.    This writer says:
The appearance which Premier
McBride made at the Borden
dinner last Friday night was a
distinct disappointment and is still
the chief subject of discussion
among   Conservative   members.
His visit to Ottawa has been looked
forward to wilh great interest
antl after he arrived his picturesque appearance attracted a great
ileal of favorable attention. In
the lobbies of Parliament there
was a crowd following and a
tendency to s|X'ak of him as the
future prinu minister of Canada.
This was before the dinner. The
announcement that he was to
lie' one of thc speakers resulted in
every opposition member being
present, with the exception of the
faithful band who had to Stay
by the House antl the unfaithful
French eight from Quebec, who
have ceased herding with Mr.
Borden's bunch. Both Liberal
and Conservative correspondents
were among ilu guests.
Mr. McBride maintained the
splendid reputation he has acquired
for distinguished ap|>carance. thie
of the newspaper correspondents
declared "He has Laurier beaten
for li-tir, antl lhat is going some."
He showed up. big ami hearty, as
healthy as an Esqulmo. Hi' was
thc figure of the function.
When he Kg,in to s|H;<k, his
stink st.iritd down.  The audience
money.    A 160,000 a year negotiator
proved an economy also.
for   the   dty   wmild     have
By the adroit jugglery of Section  F,  President  Hays has succeeded in bringing the city council to practically accede to his original
offer of S5.(H)0 per year.   Tlie gain the city has made is in fixing the
time limit at ten instead of twenty years as was his original offer. xvas   frjim
This is where a highly paid and far seeing railroad expert earns hUj^^, ,nj(|U,.'   \ ,���,,,, vvj,|, ,, mes.
sage could ci have asked for ������
better chance i*< lay the foundation of his political fortunes. Bui
the general verdict was that McBride ull down, lh sidestepped
an Invitation by Mr. Borden to
Icavi British Columbia and conic
ii. i '-..wa as mu of the opposition
leader's lieutenants. That was
aliout all that he did and that
coultl have been done better. On
the other hand, Mr. Borden ex-
cellcd his usual speaking jvr-
irmatu-e.   He made a good liglu-
<|����^ >��� a.aa^ay
OFFICE     :
For all kinds of help, cooks,
waiters, dishwashers, lintel porters, all kinds of laborers ur mechanics, cull up
Phone No. 178
or call at the
Grand Hotel Free Employment  Office
Headquarters for cooks S waiters
Building Material,   Cement,   Lime,
Hair-fibre Plaster, Coke, Blacksmith
Coal,  Common Brick,
Pressed Brick
Shingles, Lath, New Wellington Coal
Skeoim Land Dtatrict���Diatrict ot Coaat Range 6
luko notice thut 1. Hell Hall Konney of Yarmouth Nova Scotia, occupution married woman,
intund'to apply for permiaaion to purchuao the
fnlKiwiiiK dweribed lands;
l-ommuucinn ut ft DMt plantod at north eaat
corner of T. L Lot iiSWS, thenco running wwt 40
chaUll thonco north SO chains, thonco eaat 40
ohftlu! thence sooth SO chalna to place of com-
m.'iicvment contuininit W0 acroa more or loaa.
My pout ia on touth east corner of land applied
(or nmrked letters S. K., about one milo west of
Luko Lnkelae, aouth aide of Skeona liver District
Pub. Mai' Vi* John Haverty, Agent
Skwna J.and Diatrict���Diatrict of Caaaiar
'lako uoii^ that  1, J union  Dunlop of  I'rinco
Kuperi,   B<  t'-i  occupation   teamttter,   intond   to
spply   for  penunlOD  to  purchaao  the  following
dworined landa: ...
CommenolnS at a pout planted about two milus
Mjuih of the furka uf thu Whito aud Flat rivera,
ihence north  SO chalna,  thonco  woat SO chuina,
thenco south SO chuina, llience oaat 80 chaina.
Dated April is, 1911. JAMES DUNLUP
I'uh. Mai- 13. Francia S. I'reaton, Agent
Skeena Land Diatrict��� Diatrict of Caaaiar   >%
Taku notice thut 1 Francia S. I'reaton of I'rince
Kupert, li. C, occupation proapector, intend to
upply  for  permiaaion  to  purchaae  the  following
deaerlbed lunda:
ConUDUOlOl ut a poat planted about three
milee aouth und two miles wont of tbe forka ot
tbl \W>ite aud Flat rivera, thonco aouth hi) chaina
i lie net eaat SO chaina, thence north SO chains,
thence woat SO chains.
l>at*l April 80, 1811.    FRANCIS S. PRESTON
Tub AJ��y 13
skeona Lund Diatrict-Dlatrict of Coaat Range 5
Take not ce that 1. Joo Jack of l'ricce K. pert,
11. Cm uccupation carpenter, intond to apply for
penutaaion to purchaaa the following doscribed
Commencing at a poat planted about three^and
one-half miloa distant in a aouth weaterly direction
front a blind alough from Ubaervatory Inlet where
the same touches the Indian Roaervu thence eaat
M) cha na. ihcnco 'nitb SO chuina, thenco weatSO
chuina, thence aouth SO chsina to point of commencement, conuining ��40 screa more or loaa.
���..ted April M, iy 11. JOE JACK
lob. May 13.
Skeenu Und DUtrict-DtoMoi ol Cout
Tako   notice tlmt  1,   �� '��'''"'  J"' ",.��,or "Ud
Print* Rupert, ii-,a, oeoupjUonr.n ho, nm,
to apply lor iiormumon lo pUTOMM "'"
described lands: ,,___,_u.j_ at tin' southwest
��� Commencing at a ��"" P'*fc~"? nlilrlnt thunce
corner ol Lot 31)68, Hum!'' ���'��� S?*lo ��hSii�� t u co
wuth   20 chains.  tlWnC   __**__r_gS��\F5m
north 20 ohalni, iiniace j����i 40 otaidra �� P��in��
ol commencement, oonWlnlnj SO acres, niu���
Pub. April 29.
Skeenu Land District -JDUtttat ol (Jueon Charlotte
frtto notico that OsOTO W; P^'tPAttm
Uupert, R C, occupation real iBtiilo broker,
_mS* tu apply tM Ivniussiun lo purchase tho
luuowins descrilied lanals:
Commencing at a post I"'1"' ,���,,",,, ���ull,|i
mile, and uae-l.all mile wosl and one mile suuth
lrum lhe muuth ul Study, creek, Nadui Harbor,
thencu west >0 chain-., llience ^JS****
ihonco oast SU cliau.,. uic.ico "^^ W AUNOTT
Hold M arch 1V, lull. ' t0' "��� Al"\U '-'
Pub. April 22.
Numa Dumurs, Auent
Skoona Land District���Dlotrict ol ClBllar
Toko notico that I, John Robert l'ucey of l'rii(C.a
Kupert, U. 0.. occupation cook, Intend te am���|.
for pormssion to purchuao thu (ullowi '
furmer,  intend   to  apply
, fullowng described
nled at tho northeast
Coast Run l> Land Diitrict
Take   noTco I,.John. Vl__ft8**3&
suiukalunt,   occuiiation
lor permission to puroO-U. the
Commencina at ��� post plum,- _. .
comer ol Lot WU, thenee east 80 0 a na, thencn
south .10 chains, thenco wost ill chans thenco
north 40 chains to place "'���'""!��?ftm?1n��p,.UBN
Dated March IS, lull. JOHN HLI11UKN
Pub April 16.
Skeena Land Dislrici -District ol Coaat Range ��
Take  notlc that Henry Macartney  o    Wince
Kuperi, U. C-, occupalion miner, intenda to apply
lor porinuMoii lo purchase tho followini! dmcribcd
cSLnwmUw .*��� IH��t ttS^.S^LtaS
side of Kichuinsiks Kiver, about 2 1-2 mdee rem
us conlluenee with the Skoena Kivor and nboul
1-2 miles wesl Irom Kxchumaika rapldi, thonco SO
Cliuins norlh, llience 40 chaina easl, thonco SO
chains BOUlh. thonco 40 chains weat to puint o.
commencement, containinu 320 acr..a mure or
\___. I'oat marked "U.M. S.W. cor.
Doted Apnl2:, HIU.
I'ub. April 89.
Skeona Land Diitrict���Diatrict ol Caaaiar
Toko  nuiice  thai  1,   Mary  Carin  ol  Stewart,
D  C, occupatiun married wuman, intend tu apply
���-.������ .lermisslon to purchaae the lollowini; described
See Us for Prices.
Phone No. 200 P. 0. Box 680
. l,i .���!..i Land Diatrict���District of Queen Charlottv
lake notico that Frank Levick of Woodatock,
(.int., occupation bookkeeper, intonda to apply
(or pormUaion to purchaao ihe following deacribed
landa: | for pe:
I     Commencing   at   a  poat   plantod   about  aeven j land: .
I    .... neat and two milea nouib of the month of       Commencing at u poat planted two W  muoa
Stanley   Crook   where   it   wnptiea    into   Naden \ houHi und \i) two miloa weat ol the forka of the
I Harbor, Graham laland, thence SO chaina aouth. ; \\hito and I'lut rivers, thence bU chama north,
.'thonoe  80  chaina eaat,  thence  80 chaina  north,   thence 80 chaina weat,  thence  80 chaina south.
Phone   NO.   Ilu   thence 80 chaina weat to point of commencement ' thencu 80 chaina eaat. u._v     iU|SI
and contaning ti-10 acrea more or loaa. , Dated April -0, lilll. MAKi   UJUUn
. Dated March 17, 1��U. PRANK LBVICK ' I'ub. May 13. Francis S. 1'raalon, Agent
������'  j I'ub. Aprii 7. Numa Demera, Agen I
' .. .     a ��� ______    .���    ,      .���        ., .   Skeena LandDiatrict-District of Quoen Charlotte
skeena Land Diatrict-Dlatrict of Coast Uango j       y,^ ,lolia. that Catherine Harriaon, of Calgary
Take notice ihat  Annie  Muaaallem of  Frincu ( ^jberui,   occupation  spinster,   Intenda   to   apply,
Kuperi, U. C, occupation married woman, intends �� j     Mtmlalon to purchase the following described
to apply for permission to purchaae the lollowing ! laIU[j,.
described lands: I     Commencing   at  a  post  plantod  about   C   1-'^
Lommencng at a post planted at a post at the I -n, we3t anJ ^^j m imJo KxHh from tho mouth
.touthwust curner, 60 chaina eaal fro*u N. L. corner ; uj ��mJj��  Creek,  where it empiiua into Nadon
of   Lot   lllii,   Harvey's   Survey,  Coast   District,' Harbor. Graham Island, thence -10 chains aouth
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! w. j. McCutcheon
,   Cnrrlri complete itoek "f I'ruirii.   Special
,      nttentiun pnid to lillu    lameriptiuni.
!! Theatre Block Fnai Na n Secodd A��e.
I *************************
. i llarbur, tjrahain Island, tlience  .-
lUnje 5, thence oaat 10 chains, theoee north  10   lt_mca  41) c__un_, ,Mt,   thence  -10 cliains   north,
chains,  thence  woat 411 chains,  thonce suuth  -_D   th>,ljCO 40 c[lu���, wrai to point ol commencement
chaina,  thence eut  20  chains,  thenco south M   ���a nBUIatlH 1UU acres more or h'-a.
thaina to point o! commencenient, cuniaininit 1-U   n,..^ \Urch 17  lyll
acroa more or leu. CATllblllNE IIARIIISON
ANMK Ml'SSALLEM   Puh Apr. 7.
?, Rochester^
r,p ��� Monroe
*' Ladysmitm
l       >t Coal
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\i.   Phoneiis
With this article, the News will end its series of special articles
on the assessment. The field hits not been exhausted, but diffident
has been said to let the public see some of the issues and facts connected with the assessment problem, which those responsible to the
citizens in the matter have not seen fit to explain. We at le.i*t, have
absolved our conscience on the matter. Briefly reviewed, the examination of the question has shown that the proposed agreement will
(1; increase the assessment of the private lot owners; (2) reduce the
borrowing power of the city by at least $1,260,000; (3j render it
impossible for the city to finance some of several needed projects:
(4) permit the railway company to hold its valuable water-frontage' f,
at a nominal taxation; (">; delay the coming of those permanent indus- ^
tries which can only locate on the waterfront; (6) make the dispro-1,,,. ,,K. Wo nun wi��� probably be
portion of the share of taxation between the citizens and the railway flta! to y-. McBridi - ambitions
company grow greater year by year during the tenure of the agreement.  ,'��� " i���romi.   opposition   I. ad.r   it
he has such ambition.
On  its bald  financial  side,  the proportion  implies  the giving *    j^,   W(rk   .,   nuj(iri,v  ���f  the
up of an established claim for 1109,872.50 for last year's taxes on tht   r,)I1M rv���ivi.    ������.���,,��� rs ' ,lf    ,|u.
Grand TnmkPadfic's properties. This sum of S109.372.50 appeared HoUiC  W(1)1|{|   h.IVl.  ,,,^,,,1  wi,i,
as an ,    ,!  in the balance sheet of the city published on the  ,,, ,;,,���    ,h(.   .,.������������-,,���������,    ,li..l
Mr Mi Bride had decided to .'in.r
Lots 5 nml ii. Block 28,
Btedon 1.
$3000, 26 MT cent, cnsli,
bulnnre 1. 2, 3 yvnrs,
7 |H.-r cent.
1076 Nelson St , Vancouver, B.C.
third of this month. In its place .i sum of 115,000 a year for ten
years will be collected, and this sum of $15,000 includes taxation
on a piece of land already taxed to the Development Co. for
$9 953.50. To ^.iin the 115,000 there i- the -iriking till of .i-M-t- of
over 1109,000 due and collectable from the ('.rand Trunk .Pacific,
and an additional Mriking of! thi present year's assessment ifegistei
of assessments calculated al 15 mills to 1 .rii,^ in 19,953.50.
In ntiirn for these concessions w. g i 100 feet ol water-fn
at Fairview.
the Federal House. It may U-
safel) ^dd that there wouldn't
l�� ihi seme enthusiasm today,
but  .i�� a  Conservative member
s.iid   liii-  mommg,   "He   i> doing
prett) well in his own little province and he had Ih iii r stay where
h,   i--."
The attempts at desposlng Mr.
Borden   and   to   Ihmihi   possibli
ris.iN. art- Mtmir.gly doomed to
failure.    Mr. BordenV chief fault
An alderman bi defend!] g the proposed settlement s;iiil today
"Well, what coultl we do. They wouldn't move, and we had to m.ikt
a settlement."
The alderman had apparently overlooked the fact that provision Ijjjj^tly'ia hU inaWBtyUi win.
has been made al law for all such cases.   It is unnecessary and nol |1(1, |, |g ^u. ,��� affirn, ,|)a( w|���.n.
in good taste to go over it.    It is all in chapters 142   to   157 of the
Municipal Clauses Act   The procedure in regard to a wealthy com*
pany is no different from that of a poor owner of a single lot. who
cannot pay or will not pay his taxes.
>nd POOL
4 Allfy*. 7 Tai- ���*. A *"������! r*rr-
riw. Acl^an M"'rt, La<ltf*# rvrry
nlt'rn<*>n. N-wman Bl<ick. It-
tWMBWltad   th Sta.
Ii M<iinti��<>v     luprtPlo' ain) M.-ina^-1
i Dated klay S, it'll.
; Pub. May 13.
Sktwna Land Diatrict���Diatrict of Caaaiar
Taka   notioe   that   1,   Thomaa   McMifkin   uf
1   Prince Uupert, 11. C, occupatiun clerk, intend tu
��� 1 apply   (or  permiaaiun   to   purchaae the  following
doacribed landa:
Commencing at a poat planted about two miU*
aouth of the (orka ol the White and Flat riven,
thence north aO chaina, thence eaat M) chains,
thence aouth SO chaina, thunco weat a0 chaina.
Dated AprU 18, mi. THOMAS McMKfcklN
Tub. Miu IS. Francia S. I'reaton. \c* ������*
Skeena Land Diatrict���Diatrict of Caaaiar
Take nutice that 1, Charlea L. Delgruve o( blew*
art M. C, occupalion proa|>ector, intend to apply
(or parmiaaiuu lo purchaae the (ulloMing deacribed
Commencing at a poit planu-d about ail mitca
^oulh and one mile weat ol the (orka of the While
and Flat rivera, thence south HU chaina, ihence
eaat SU chaina, thencu nurth ad chaina, thunce west
���*.* chaina.
Dated April H), lall       CHARLES DBLQROVB
I'ub. May IS.    . FrancU & l'raton. Agent
Skeana Land Diatrtat - Dutrict of Caasiar
Takv  notice that  1,  Perry Quvnan <>f   Prince
KupsfTt,  11. C, occupation prospector, intend to
apply  (or  permUalon  to  purchase  thc following
>li-js:fi. v'. tanb:
Cummencing at a post planted tn the vicinity
of (iooee Bay, about thre^'ighta of a mite aouth
of the mouth of tbe lionanra Craek, and being
on the eaaterly boundary of Timber Umit Nu.
3&241 *jt No. 3o2&0. thence south 40 chaina along
the easterly limit of said Timber Limit No. .i.->i
or No ..-������'>' 4U chaina, thunce eaat to ihe shore of
(joom i'.i.a. a distance o( 40 chains mora or leaa,
ihence northerly along the ahore of Goose Hay
40 chains mure or leaa, thencv westerly 40 chalna
more or laaa to point o( commenotment, containing
160 acrea mote ot W-ae.
hated March 7, KM1. PERKY QL'LENAN
Pub. April f.
Skeena Land District���Diatrict of Coaat Kangu 6
Take notice that 1. J. Harold Mckean of Pnnce
Kuprrt, li. C, occupat on blackatn lh, Intend lo
apply (or perm salon to purchaae tho following
dvecr bed lands:
Commencing at a pott planted about three and
one half miles d stant in a south weaterly direction
Irom a blind slough from Ubaervatory inlet where
lhe same touchoa the Ind an Rcaervu, thenco weat
mi chains, thenca aouth HU cha na, thence eaat hU
chains, thence north mi cha ns to po nt of com-
mencement, containing titu acres more or leas.
Dated Apr I 14, 11)11.       J. HARULD McKEAN
Skeena Land Diatrict-Dlatrict of Caaaiar
Take   notice  that   1,   Thomaa   Macgovern   of
Stewart, It. C, occupation miner.intena to apply
for pcrmMon to purchaae lho following dmrnU-d
Commencing at a poat planted on the right
bank of the Naaa river about four milea above the
forka of the Naaa river, thence south 60 chaina,
thrnee west 80 chains, thence north HO chalna,
thenar east HO chains to .point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or leas.
Dated March 25, 1911. Sidney Frank Wright, Agt
1 Pub. Mi) 17.
Numa Demon, Agent
uonnaaion to purcmuo tno [ollowing doacribed
un ids:
Commoncing ut n post plantod (B) two miW
nouth and Ii) two milea weat ul thu forks, nf tin.
White and Flat rivera, thenco nouth ku ebaina]
thonea oast 80 chalna, thence north h\) ebalni'
thonco woat 80 cha na.
Pub. Mav 13. Franc a S. Prttton, Agen
Skoona Land Diatrict-Dlatrict of Rann R
Take not co thut 1, Martha Leek, ol f-riiico
Rupert, 11. C, occupat on marr **d woman Ititonj
tu apply for pormlaalon to purchaao the following
deacribod landa:
Commencing at a post plantod ubout three uml
one-hulf milea distant in a auuthwostcrly (Unction
from a blind slough from Observutory [nlotwhon
tho uamu touches tho Ind an Hoaurvu, thtnn Mit
80 chuins, thenco aouth 80 cha n��, thence wttt H
ehuins, thenco north 80 chans to point oj -,
moncomont, conta n ng 010 acros more ur \em
Datod Aprl 14, 1011. MARTHA LEEK
Pub. May Id.
Skoona Land District���District of Cusaiur
Take   nuticu  that   1,   John   I'nwin   of   Prion
Rupert li. C, occupation laborer, intend tn apph
for permission to purchase thu fulluwiug dMVlbtd
(.'ommencing at a post plunted ubuut (BJ ���_.,
miles south uf tho forks of thu While uinl Hut
rivera, thonco suuth 80 chuina, thencu mi) *,.
chains, thonco north 80 chuina, thuncu wuat t*.
Dated April 18, 1011. JOHN UN WIN
Pub. May 13. Francia S. Preaton, Agt u
Skeena Land Diatrict���Diatrict of Cusmnr
Taku notice thut 1, Alfred llorrymau WMiami
of  Princo  Rupert,  11. C, occupulion  marohant
intond  to apply  for permiaaiun to purchase thu
following doscribod landa:
Commoncing ut a poat planted about QU iau
milus aouth o( the (orka of tho Wbitu und 1'tui
rivers, thunco 80 chuina auuth, thonco 80 chalna
weat, thonco HO chaina nurth, thenco 80 chums
Dutod April 18, 1011. Frunert S. Prealou, Agent
Pub. May 13.
Skeona Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Caasiar
Take notica that 1, Charlea Frederick Mutcul
of Stewart, 11. C, occupatiun (reightcr, inlend to
apply  for  permisaion  to  purchaso  the  fulluwint;
described lands:
Cuinmuncing at a post planted on the rit-lit
bank of tho Naaa river about aix milea above ths
forka of lho Naaa river, Ihonco aouih M) ci.av.i**,
ihonco west HO chains, thonce north HO cituina,
tlience oast 80 chains to point o( OQflUnUQUnaat,
containing 040 acros moro or less.
Duted Murch 25, 1011. CHARLES K. METCALF
Puh. May 17.      Frank Sidney Wright, Agunt
Skoona Land DUtrict-DUtrict o( Caasiar
Tako notice that 1,   llertie  Edwin   lladger  of
Stowurt,   li.  C,  occupation  plumber,   intend  lu
apply   for permisaion  to  purchuao  tbo  (ullowim;
described landa:
Commencing at a poat plunted about one mile
nurth ul the Naua river und about sovun mlta
abovo thu (orka of thu Naaa River upstream,
thuncu north HO chaina, thunce eaat 80 chainn,
ihence aouth 80 chaina, thencu wesl hO chaina to
l>oint of commoncemont. contuining ti 10 acaa
more or leaa.
Dated March 23. 1011. Frank Sidney Wright, Aft
Pub. May 17.
Water Notice
E.   EBY   a   Co.
KiUumknlum Land For Sal��-
KIT-l  Mh \l.i  V . U.  C.
Will it pay to accept the settlement?    Many pepple flunk so.
They base their belief, nol rm scientific investigation, 1>m upon the
feeling that the settlement  will clear the air. help to get trade into
nmre rapid motion, and let the future   take c.ire of Itself.    The dry
dock and hotel dangling before the people's eyes have an undeniable
As opposed to tin- empirical attitude, are these enquiries Into
the economics oi the assessment problem.
At least there is no 6XCUSC for any voter going lo the poll without
knowing something ol both rides ol tht
question <
he is unable to succeed no other
man ean hope to will.
For Rent
Partly furnished Houae on
:!nl Ave. 7 rooms with
lmth.       Electric   lighted.
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
Meets in the Hclgereon Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  metnliers of  the  onler in the city
nre requested to visit the Itxige.
H.  MORTON, Secretary.
G. C. Emmerson
UMDHTAKtt * Kmiiai.mkh
THK ONLY   HOTEL   IN   TOWN   W,TH   HOT   AM.   ,-,���,.   WATKR
Um mmn house north op Vancouver
P. O.  ROX  I2fl
Prudhomme & FUher
' ���  T. P. Tmnifer Agcnlt
<)nl��n prntnptlr AIM.   I'tlemt r-M��<>>lr.
"1 I '��� 1      11   la   I       . .    ������.-St.     PhotwM.
English and American Hllliards
I Twelve Tables Second Ave.
Utile's NEWS Agency
Mana7.ines :: Periodicals :: Newspapers
Notice is hereby given thai an appli-
.ittion will lie innde under Part V. of
the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
license in thc QllMII Charlotte Division
nf Skeenn District.
(n) The name, address and occuiiation
of tlie upplicant is George Young,
Victorin, H.l'.
(If fftr mining parpOSM)   Free   Miner's Certificate No	
(b) The name of the lake, stream or
source (if unnamed, the description
is) Ain Lake and Ain Kiver.
(c) The point of diversion at or near
Ain Lake.
(d) Thc (|iiantity of water applied for
(in cubic feet per second) lout).
(e) The character of the proposed
works, dam, Hume, pipe-line, power
engines, plant, etc.
(f) The premises on which the water
is to be used (describe same) at or
near mouth Ain Kiver.Masset Inlet.
(g) The purposes for which the water
is to be used is for |iower development and mill operations.
(h) If for irrigation, describe the
land to be irrigated, giving acreage.
(i) If the water is to bc used for power or mining purposes, describe tl.e
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 moutli of Ain Hiver.about
160 feet below lake level.
(j) Area of Crown land intended to be
occupied by the proposed worka....
(k) This notice was posted on the
Jiith day of April, 1911, and application will be made to the Commissioner
on the 20th day of May, lilll.
(I) Give the names and addresses of
any riparian proprietors or licensees
who or whose lands are likely to bc
affected by the proposed works.either
sIkjvc or below the nutlet.    None.
H, Edenshaw, Agent
P.O. Hox 2H5, Prince Kupert, B.C.
NoTE-One cubic foot per  second  ii
equivalent to 35.71 miner's inches.
Pub. April 29. 1911. lw
.-U.-u;i Land Dlilrict���Diatrict ol ( aa--i��r
T��k�� nutiM thirt 1, Alico M. Knouao ol Prince
Kupi-rl, it. C, occupatiun married wuman, Intend
to apply (ur purmiaaiun to purcliaae thu (ulluwinB
deaenbed landa:
Commencing at a poal plantod about two miloa
aouth und two miloa weat ul the (orka of White
and Flat rivera, thenco north 80 chaina, thonce
eaal  hit  chaina,  thence aoulh  M)  chuina,  thence
weat till chaina. 	
Dttad April SO, Kll.        ALICE M. KNOLi t
Fub. Uw 13. Francia S. Preaton. Aitent
Skoena Land Diatrict-Dtatrict ol Coaat llanito 6
Take not ce that 1, Juhn Lffan 1'eteraul Pnnce
Uupert, U. C. o-ccupul un clerk, intend lo appi>
(..r permimion to purchiuu thc following doacribed
Commencing at a posl plantod about three an
one-hall milea diatant n a aouth weaterly d reet on
Irom a blind alough Irom Olwvrvatory Inlol wheie
tno aame louchea the Indian Keaerve, thence
woat bO chaina, thencu north 60 chuina, thenee
eaal bit chaina, thence aouth 1)0 chaina lo puint o
commencement, conUining 040 ucrea more or leu
Daied April 14, 1011. JOHN  IVAN  I'KTEKS
I'ub. May IS.
Stikine Land District���Dalricl ol Caaaiar
Take nuiice thai Sydney tlodgkinaun ul Telegraph Creek, U. C, occupatiun clerk, intenda tu
apply  (or permiaaion  tu  purchaau  the  (ollowing
deacribed land:
Commencing at a post plants about a quarter
mile nnrth eaat Irom t.larier Klllle anj on Ihu east
bank ul Sllkmo Kiver, thence east 20 chaina
thence nurth 40 chaina, tlience wuat 20 chains
tnence aoulh 40 chaina to point o( commencement
and -containing 60 acrea more ur leaa.
Dated Feb. 11, lull.
Tub. April 7. CA. Tervo. Agent
Slikine Land Diatrict- Dlalrict ol Caaaiar
Take nolice thai Christian A. Tervo ol Stikine.
B- C, occupaliun cuatuma ollicer. intenda lo apply
(or permiaaion to purchaae the following deacribed
Commencing al a pust planted aliout three-
quart-era ol a mile north -eaat (rom Glacior Killle
and on tbe eaat bank o( Slikine Hiver and on the
auutli aide of tho mouth of a littlu creek, Ihence
eaal 40 chaina, thonco north 40 chaina, thence
weat 40 chaina, thencc south 40 chalna to point
ol eommencemenl aud containing 100 acrea more
or leaa.
Dated Feh. 10, 1011.     CHRISTIAN A.   I'KKVci
Pub. April 7.
Skeena Land Dlatriel -District ol Queon Charlotle
Take notion that J. II. Murphy.ol Vancouver,
1). C, occupation commercial traveller, Intenda
lo apply (ur perrniaaiun lu purchaau lhe (ullowing
lar a jiia-.i landa:
Commencing al a posl plantod about seven
miloa weat and one milo south (rum lho muuth
ol Stanly Creek, Naden llarbur, thonce north SO
chaina, thence woat 40 chaina, thence aouth SO
chaina, thence eaat 40 e Ina.
Dated March 17, 1011. J. II. MUHI'IIY
I'ub. April Z'.. Numa Demera, Agent
Skeena Land District-Dialrici ol Cout
Take  notice  lhal   1.   William   Melville  Corley
ol   Toronto,   Ontario,   occuiiation   clerk,   intend
lo apply (or permission to purchase the lulluwing
deacrilied lands:
Commencing at a poat planted at the nurthweal
c irnrr nl Lot ;IO-i5 Ha.ig '. Coast District, thence
rut GO chaina, thenco north 40 chains, thence weal
.a- chalna lo lloll'a (iale alough, thence alung
alough aoutherly lo point ol commeneement, containing 100 acres more or leaa.
Dated April 6, loll.
I'ub. April 20.
'.. .ia., Und Dlstricl    Diatrict nl Coul Hange ."a
Take  notice thai   I,   Charlea   A.   Vaughan   of
Prince llupert, 11. GL uccupation merchant, inlend
to apply for permiaaion to purchaso tho following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the aouth
bank of Kxchumaika Hiver and abuut luur miles
from ils cunlluence with the Skeena Ilivcr, llience
���0 chains eut, thonce SO clmina nurth, thence SO
chain, west, thence SO chains aouth to point uf
commencement, containing 1110 acres more or leaa
Dttad April 21, 1011 CIIAKLES A. VAUUIIAN
I'uh. April 20.
Skeona Land District-District of Coast
Tuke naitice that I. Mrs. Juhn Corley uf Prince
Kai. a i. ll.C.occupation married wumnn, Intends
tu apply fur permissiun to purchnse the folluwinR
described lands:
Commenclmrtat a paiat planted 40 chains eaat
aa.-l 120 chains south from the saauthweat corner of
lut I -.:���:, Coaat Diatrict, Kanse 5, thencc aouth SO
chaina, thence east 40 chalna. tlience norlh wi
chains, thence west 40 ehalns more or lesa to the
point of commencement, containinK 320 acres
more or less.
Dnte Mar. 21), lull
I'uh. Apr. 4. 1011
Skoena Und Diatrict���Dlitrict of Cout Uange ���
Tako notice that Aloxander Mclntoah ul tan
couver, 11 C. occupalion real estate broker
Intonda to apply lor permiaaion to purchase tbe
[ollowing d-pacribed landa:
Commencing at a post planted 40 chains suuth
from the aouthweat corner of Lot 005, thence m)
chalna auuth, thence 40 chalna weat, thvnce SI)
chalna north, thence 40 chalna east to point ol
commencement containing 320 acrea tnore or I-t*.
Dated AprU 17, 1011.
I'ub. May 6
Skwna Land DUlrict���Diatrict ol Caaaiar
Tako notico lhal 1, Percy Francia Codenralh
ot Stewart, 11. C, occupation journalist  inlend tu
apply  lur permuttion  to purehaae the fulluaing
deecribed landa:
Cummencing at a post planted on the n-iht
bank uf the Naas river about aoven miles Ibora
thu forka of tho Nau rivvr, tbence aouth Ml cnains.
ihence woat SO chains, thence north so chain..
thunco eut SO chaina to point of commt'ncvmv-ft!,
containing 040 acrea muni or leas.
Dated .Marc   2i, 1011.  Frank Sidney Wright. Agt
Tub. May 17.
Skeena Und Diitrict- DUtrict ol Cout* I
Take notica that Mm. L. C. I'utnam ul St
Paul, Minneautu, uccupatlun married woman
intendi to apply for permiaaion to purchaao the
(ullowing doacribed landa:
Commencing at l post planteil at the laiutli��iet
comer A Lol No. 1733 marked Mra. L. C. I'utnam a
northeaat corner, thonce weat 40 chaina, thence
aouth bO chalna thence eut 40 chaina, theaee
north HO chaini to poat ol commencenient, cod
laining ;I20 acres more or losa. _   ,,,_,,,,.
Dated March 20 1011.      MllS. L. C. I'lTNAM
I'ub. Abril 16. Ueo. K. I'utnam Agra
Skeena Land Diatrict���DUlrict ol Caasiar
Take nolice lhat I, Alfred Kyte ol I'rince llupert,   U.   C,   occupation   electnelin,   Inteml   I
apply  lor  permiaaion  to purchue ini lulluaing
doscribed landa:
Commencing at a post planted about ID inw
miles aouth ol the lorka ol the White and lut
rivera, ihence bO chaina soulh, thence HI chains
eul,  thence SO  chalna north, ihenca 60 chains
Dated April IS, 1911.
I'ub. May 13.
FrancU S. I'reaton. Agent
Skeena Und DUtrict���DUtrict ol Cout
Take noUce that William Munlord        I'm,,'
Rupert,   11.   C,   recusation   prospector,   Intends
to   apply  lor  permiMlon   tu  lease  the  folowing
described landa:
Commencing at a poat planteil bIkiui 100 chains
aouth ol the Indian ReAervo on the eut aide ol
Uooae Ilay and on the eaat side of tho peninsula
thence aouth 80 chalna along shure, thencn xreml
40 chaina to Qooae IlayMhencc norlh along shore
Dated March 8, 1011.
'aU    I
r Iai
SO chains, thence wmt 40 chalna mure nr
aoat, containing .'120 acres more or lem.
>at��d March 8, 1911.      WILLIAM MUNFORD
I'ub. April 16.
Skeena Und Diatrict-District ol Cout
Take  notice that  Hume  llahlngton  of   Prince
Ruperl. II. C, occupation muter mariner, intonils
to  apply  lor  permiaaion   to  lease  the  following
almcribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted atxaut 100 ehalns
aouth nt thn Indian ltcacrvo on the eut aide of
fioiiao Hay un tho eaat aide ol thn I'laiilnsula tlai'iice
nnrth 100 chaim along ahnrn tn the n..,.,,,. ||ne
tlience weat 00 ehaina more or lewi to (loose Ilay'
thence 100 ehaina along ahore, thenee out 60
ehaina more or leaa to post, containing 040 urea
more nr leea. *"m
Pu'efAEriuiL8, '811' "UME "AI|INOTON
Skeena Und District���Dlitrict ol Caasiar
Take notice that I, Swan  llallen M BU  JJ������
II.   C,   occupation   carpenter,   Intend   to   a|a|al)
lor permUalon to purchaae ibe lollowing deacriwu
lands: ,���    ...
Commencing at ��� poat planted about '��>"*���
aouth and one, 1) milo woat ul the furka ul the tt lite
and FUl rivera, thence 80 chalna aoulh. thence ***
chalna eut, thence 60 chalna north, thenc J��
chalna weat.	
Dated April 18, 1911. SWAN HAI.LI.N
I'ub. May 13. FrancU S. I'rwton. ****
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Cassiar
Take notice that I, Jamea Millar Jul"	
Stewart, II. C, occupation storekeeper. Inli
apply   lor  permUalon  to purchaae  lhe  la- ������;���'.
doecribeal lands:
Commencing al a posl  planteil about one na
nonh Irom the   Nau river and aliout nun- '
above thc lorka ol the Naaa river, thene.
chaina,  tbence weat  SO chalna, th��-na
chalna, Ihenre eaat SO chalna to point ul renin n ���
ment, containing 040 acres mnre or hw��.
Dale.1 March 24. loll.  Frank Si.lne) Wnl
I'ub. May 17.
Skivna Und Distrirt -District of Cout II*'*'
Take notice lhal I, Lionel Klngslny of tene";
ver,  II.  C,  occupalion  miner,  Inteml   t" JJ
lor Iiermlsainn to purchaae the lollowing mmTmm
Commendrt at l post pllntel naa.if .'���
wort -corner of Lot 902. Range 6, C"a>:   I'"'
thonco  wiat  40 chnins,  thence  south
thence out 40 chaina, thence norlh 60 chain.
Iwlnt ol commencement.    , , v
lated March 24. 1911. UONEL kP.'.-'>>
I'uh. April 22.
Skeena Und DUlrict-Diatrict of Cout I
Take notice that Kldon S. Dataller tl ' *
Ont.' occupation   doctor,  Intend! to  in|l.-   i"J
permission  to  purcliaae the lollowing ali��':������>���'
'anda: ,
Commencing at a poit planted at the torn*
well curner ol  Lot 1928, thence eut M
more nr loss, thence aouth 46 chaini more .*��� ������ -�����
thencc wnt 30 chllna mnre nr lose, thence r.a-rin
46 chaini more or leal to point of commonc-i em
containing 140 acrei mure or leaa.        a���amn gn
luteal March 31, 1911    ELDON S. Dr.T�� .
I'ub. April 16' John Campbell. U' ���
Sea'...|   tenders  addrcaie.1  to  the   ur.h��� - - ���
and endoraed .Tender Inr Public lluild i g. ' "
brook,  11. C.    will  be received until   ���  I
Monday,   June   12,   1911,   lor   the  con. rur
uf a Public lluildlng, Cranbrook, 11. ( ��� ran
Plans,  apecilicatlnn  and  form  nf *****'
he seen and fnrma nf tender obtained al ll ���
of Mr. Wm.    Henderson,   Resident       Arri       f
Victoria, II. C, nt the poat oflice, ( rsnima ���
at this department. .   ,   ,
Persons   tendering   are   notified   thai |
will nnt he conaldered unless mide on tlu .
forma   supplied,   snd   signed   with   their    '
signatures,  slating  their occunalinns an '
of residence.    In  tho ease nl firms, tm   "������,
signature, the nature of the occupation �����
of  residence of each  member  nf the nrn
lie given. .il,.     an
Each lender must lie accomiianieal ��' y,
accented rhei|Un on n chartered *""'';,*,',., ,.l
In lho ur.ler nf the Honourable thn  I   " c,
I'uhlic Works, e.iunl to ten pet "���"' _' ,}_,_,.,, ��� I
lho amount of thc lender, which will lie <*"' ,
If tho person tendering decline to onto
eontrnel when called upon lo do o, ���-���
complete thn work contrartcd lor. II 'nl
he not neei.pleal the che,|iie will lie """iree'l
;,art ment doe. nnt bind Itself loa.'
Thn Departme...
the lowest .,r 1IIIV tender.
Hy order,
Dopartmont ol Public Works,
Ottawa, May 13, 1911. .,   .j,..,.,.
Newspaiiers will not ho paid for thi' an a
ment II thoy ineort It without authority lron'2t
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WE - HAVE ��� FOR ��� SALE
Section  9
Township 1
Range 4
This is an excellent section and was one of the first to be
staked in the Valley.
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers and Financial Agents, Prince Rupert
���cu..A Land Dlalrict���Dlalrict ol Coaat Itange 6
Tab' naalice that I, Clara May Utile ol Princ*
_***_  !'���  tm,  oceupation  apinatur.  Intend   to
ip|alj faar (i-x ii i taa I a an  to  purctius the following
dfKtltaaal    illl'l,:
t.a.ti'aaairing at a pnal plantod at tho north
<.,.: , rat a>f Uil I ..,.,, llsnga 5, Cosst Diatrict
Itfiaa-t t'-i-l 41) chalna, llience north -.'a ehalni
lur.iv mm* HI chain thonco north 20 chaini
it,.-.,-,- ��,��l It) chalna, thence louth 46 ehaina to
point ul  cainiim-iicetnenl,   containing   118   acres !
Satea AptlTi. 1911. CLARA MAY UTTLE
Pub. April In.
titan* Land DUlrict���District of Coaat Rango 5
..v lhal Mary Ueaton UUderaleevo ol
Vietuna, II. C, occupalion housekeeper, intondr
tai ii>iai> lar |HTiniaalun lo purchase tno [ollowing
doaalvd landa:
tiniitiai t.clng al a poot planled at lhe southwest
r.- ir , I tiliti, Itange 6, Coaat Dlatrlct.thencs
-��� ct.alna -a uth tbsnee 40 chsina east, thenoe 80
rtuni naartti, thencv 40 chaina weat lo polnl of
oxxmcvincnl, eonlaining .1-0 screa more or lesa.
Dated April IT, 1VU.
1Mb Ma> ti.
Mai-ens Und DUtrict���District ol Coaat
1_a wtlkm lhat trod W. Uohler ot KJtsum-
���_��� ai. ,>.-v*jpation larmer, intends to apply  for
prT.u..>..a;i  tu  purchaao   ths   lutlu-sing   dt-ecribed
t j u iiaa.-inng sl s poal planled sl lho north-
.1     A. sl  a,- ��� l . pre-emption, thence
Uttmnt auuth, ihence 10 chsins osat, ihenou 20
___, nurth, thenoa 10 chsins wsat to pan of
_ ..anr.-.v.iient cuntaititng 20 acrea mure or loaa.
UUelAprJI<*�����!>��� KIllSDUICH W. UOHLKIt
I'ub. April ���-��� Krsd Hampton, Agenl
Ma.-i Unal District���Dutnct ol Uueen CharlotU
Tsar nutice that Hubert o. Crew ol Princ*
Rai(an. H. C, oceupstlon sgent, intonds to spply
U [aar at.uston lo purchsse lh* (ollowing describsd
.i ".
Cenmenring at a post planted about 6 1-2
am sort anal hall a mils south ol tb* mouth ot
Mail*/ t trek where lt smplloa Into Nsdan
QartNS. tiraham laland, thenc* east 40 chains,
UatM* r.osil, 40 chs'ns, thsne* wast 40 cbains,
lt***t auuth 40 chains lo point ol commencement
at containing Ko -arras mors or l-ns.
Ditta-1 Marcn 17, 1*11. HUBERT O. CREW
l\it>. Ai��.l 7. Nuns Demers. Agsnt
���wia Und Dlitrict���DUlrict ol Cosat lUnga 6
lake I..nice thai I, Irank Hicks ol I'ort Vm*
*****,*-. oceupstlon merchsnt, Intsnd lo spply
!.r i-fraa.Mun . o purchsss the [ollowing described
Cenmcmlng at a |xnt tilante.1 on tho south
'*A ot the litchumaika lllver snd sbout lour
m* '��� ��� . it, conlluenee with ths Skeena lllver,
mtu* tO chains weat, thence SO chsins north,
**A*m v) chaim oaat, ihenc* soulh SO ehslns
tt poinl of commencement, contsining C40 scrss
���snor Was,
|;��el ,\,.r,: il, un. KRANK HICKS
f'b. April -:*j.
... -> Und DUlrict -DUtrict ol Cosst
I'.' nitier thst UUIiam McTavUh ol Vancou-
'��. n ���    ..rii|ialwn phyaiclan, Intenda to apply
a tu purchaas the lulluwing descrbod
lomtr.encing at a |iest planted al Ihs aouthwes
"' . < north snd 40 chsina esat of ths
1 ���"������ ���������   'I   l..t   UU..   Ilarvey'a Survey,
Iriet, lungs 6, thence 00 chsins ssst
a".< mirth, thene* 60 chsins wsst,
��� ii r auuth to poal ul commmcement
��� 0 acrea mom or Ina
������a'! "... j, mn.     UU.I.IAM A. McTAVlSH
"*��� ����> <������ Krsd W. Uohler, Agsnt
. I'*'
..! Dirtrict    DUlrict of Coast Itsngs 6
... 1*11* McTavish ol Vsncouver.
i.iiaaii  married   womsn,  Intsnds  to
ITiniMkin  to purchsse the following
I ** sl s poat plsntsd sl the north-
t "> ��� i an.. a���i and 20 chaina north
rtt.aa.t corner ol Lot 1116, Ilarvey'a
a'i.trirt.llatigo 6,thence 20 chaini
< in chaina eaat, thance 80 chsins
I 4n chsins wsst, ' 60 ehslna
** 10 chalna wsst to ,i<iet of commen-
��� taming 400 acres more or loaa,
'. -I. 1311. LOT rtl McTAVlSH
6- Fred W. Uohler. Agent
Wd Dlalrict -DUlrict ol Csssisr
Tiki h.tia-s ih,t ChrisUan A. Tsrvo ot stikin
a nun customs otticer. inienila lo spply
<" ...I,'...., the lollowing dncrlbed
at a poat planted sbout 18 chsina
B. C ^7L_. "* cu!*,>n* warehouas at Stikine,
mm** seat 20''chsinai"'thence"aoutr'20
'������������ of eommencemsnt and containing
!��. im.      CHRISTIAN A. TERVO
****** I ��j
V ���"���**���
m -,.,���
**** vi*
DUtrict-DUtrict ol Coaat lUnge 6
��� "ist (.race McTavUh, ol Vsncouver,
a "'nan marrie.1 woman, Intends to apply
'" taurehass the lollowing dss-cribsd
��� >t a pnal planteal at ths snuthwsat
1' ���"���* em* snd 20 chsina north ol
��� "tnar uf Lot 1116, Ilarvey'a Survey,
"''. Range f>, thence 40 ehllni eait,
mtm north, thenee  40 chaini west,
* ���.in. anuth to poit ol commsneement
���      ��� !���-. Minn, aar I,....
Kred W. Uohler, Agent
'���" Land DMriet���lllstrlet ol Csaslar
'    dial   I,   ( harlna   M.   Knollss  o
' '��� '*��� I ., oceupstlon Isrmer, Intend
-mn to purchsse the lollowing
Hl �� laoal planted sbout (3) three
-two miles weat ol the fork! o(
u I lat river, thenee aouth 80 chsina,
r|alna,  thencs norlh  80 chsins,
Ull, rhsins,
I '  '����.     CHARLES M. KNOtJSE
Francis S. I'rsston, Agsnt
'-'nn    DUlrict o. Cosit Rsnge 6
ft " Murdock Malt,,., nl Vsncouver
j Inn real eatsle broker, Intendi to
**-ii. 11,' ,""��nn U purchsss Ihs followlnt
il �� oosl planted on the rou.h
ik- river sbnut live miles llom
"I* 'la- Skeen. rlvor, thence 40
.  '���''*���** 20 chsins north, thsnes 40
"��� 10 chains north, Ihence 40
'���*��� M  rhaina  aouth,  thence  40
' '"   "I chalna south to point of
_ ',*_ "'Lining 320 screa more or lesa
"bM��ylJ ''��� MURDOCK McRAE
Skesns Land Dstrict���Diatrict of Queon Chariotta
Taka   notics   thst   Ceorge   Frisisll   of   Prince
Rupert, I ���- t'.. oecupstion butcher. Intends to spply
for pormlarion lo purchase ths following desenbed
Commsncing st s post plsnted sbout ssvsn
milos wsst snd two miles south ol the mouth of
Stanley Creek where it smptios into Nsdsn
Harbor, Craham island, thsnn 80 chsins aoutb,
thsnee 80 chsins wnt, thsneo 80 chsins north,
thence 80 chsm osit to point ol Cummoncsment
and containing 640 acres more orlesa.
Dated March 17, 1911 UEOROE FRIZZELL
Pub. April 7. Nums Dsmers, Afsnt
Sksens Lsnd DUtrict���DUtriet ol Csssisr
Taka notics thst  1,  Issac O'Brien  Forbes ol
I'rinco Rupert, It. C. oecupstion carpenter, intend
to spply tor permisaion to purchaas ths following
described lands:
Commsncing sl a posl plsntsd sbout flv miliwe
south snd ons mils west ol Ibo lorks ol theWhit*
aud Flat rivsra, thence north 80 chsina. thence
wost 80 chsina, thenco south 80 ehslns, thsnee
sast 80 chains.
Dsted April 18, 1911. ISAAC O'DRIEN FORDES
I'ub. May 13. FrancU S. Praaton, Agsnt
Skssns Lsnd Dlitrict���District ot Coast
Taks nolle* that Clsnn McArthur of Vsncouvsr,
D.  C, oceupstlon real   sslsts sgsnl Intsnds to
spply tor pormUaion  lo  purchaas lbs following
doacribed Isnda:
Commsncng sl s post plsntsd 40 ehaina w7at
and 80 chaina aoulh of ths southwest corner ul
Lot Na 1783 marked tilenn McArthur'a northwest cornsr, thsnes south 40 chsins, thsnos -ssst
80 chsins, thonc* north 40 chsins, tlience west
80 chsins lo poll of commsnesmsnt, containing
320 acres more or lem.
Dstsd Msrch 20, 1911.       GLENN McARTHUR
Pub. April !(���- T. D. Laird. Agent
Skeena Land Dlitrlct-Diilricl of Cout Rango 6
Cout District
Take notico thai Wm. Leilie uf Sapperton. B.C.
��������� Guvernmcnt Guard, intendi lo apply
for permission lo purchaae lbs following described lends:
Commencing at a post plsnted 40 chaini weit
and 120 chaini south of the southwest corner of lot
No 1733, mgtl coastdiatrlct,markod Wm.Leslie.
N.W. corner, thencc south 40 chains, thence east
tsi chains, thence north 40 chalna. thence west 80
chsina lo posl of commencement, containing 320
I'M-. mor.' or less.
T. D. Laird, Agent
Date.1 March 20th. IHU
Pub. April 2��th. 1911
Skesns Land AfUlrict��� DUtrict of qussn ChsrlotU
Taks notloa lhat Gaio. II. I.v.n of Prlncs Rupert,
It. C, occupsUon bsrber, intends to spply lor
Carmiaalon   to  purchsss  ths  following   dsscribad
ii.i..   . mt
Commoncinf st a post plsntsd sbout ssvsn
miles wsat snd one mile muth from ths mouth
of Stanly Crook, Nsden Itsrbor, thsneo soulh 80
chsina, thsnos wsst 40 chsins, thsnes north 80
chaina, ihonco osat 40 chsini.
Dsted Msrch 17, 1911. OEO. II. LAUX
Pub. April 22. Nums Dsmsn. Agsnt
Skeens Lsnd DUtrict���DUtrict of Cssalsr
Tsks ia.tire thst I, Brsnton Jordon Moor* ot
Prlnac* Runert, B. C., oecupstion contractor, Intsnd
to spply for permisaion lo purchsss ths following
described lands:
Commsncing st s poat planted sbout (8) three
milns south snd (2) two miles wwt of ths forks
ot Whits and Fist rivers, thenes 80 ehslns south
thence 80 chains weat, thencs 80 chsins north,
thence 80 chsina esst.
Dsled April 20, 1911. I, S. Prsslun. Agent
Pub. Msy 13.
Skesns Lsnd DUtrict -DUlrict of Csssiar
Taks notics thsl  1, Jsmes  Webster Eaplln'ol
Stewart, B.C., occupatiun    aucllunssr, Intsnd to
spply (or parmission to   purchsss   thc   (ollowing
descrilied lamia.
Commoncing at s post plsntsd on ths right
bsnk aal ths Nsss rivsr sboul nins milss abovs
the (urki o( thn Nsss rivsr. thencs south 80 ehslna,
thsnee west 80 chsins, thencs north 80 chsins,
thsne* osat 80 chsina to point ol commsnesmsnt,
contsining 640 screa moro or leaa.
Dstsd Msrch 24, 1911. Frank Sidney Wright, Agt
Pub. Msy 17.
iSkeens Lsnd DUtrict ���Diatrict ol Cassiar
Taks notice thsl I, Sydney Fitagcrsld ol Stewsrt,
B. C, oecupstion cook, intend to spply [or permiaaion to purehsse the (ollowing described Isnda
Commencing st s post plsnted sbout dvs mile
south snd one mile of the forks of Whits
snd Fist rivers, thence eouth 80 chsini, thrnee
weit 60 chsins, thencs north 80 chsini, thencs
esst 80 chsins.
Dsted April 18, 1911. SYDNEY FITZGERALD
Pub. Msy 13. Frsneli S. Preston, Agent
Skesns Und DUtriet -Dlltriet ol Csssisr
Tsk* nollos thst Wlllism  Frederick Cemernn
ol  Prinos  Rupsrt,  11.  0, oceupstlon  csrpenler,
ntsndi lo spply for permlsilon to purchsi* tns
lollowing dsscribad Isndsi
Comrnsnclni at �� post plsnte; shout thres
mllea aouth ol the forle ol the Whits snd Hjt
rivers, thsnes south 80 chsins, Ihence west 80
ehslna,  thsr.c* norlh  80 chsins, thsnes esst 80
Dslsd April 18, 1911.
Pub. Msy 18. Francis S Preston, Agsnt
Skssns Und DUtrict -DUlrict of Cosst Rsnge 6
Tsks notice Ihst I. Uuehlan John Shanahan nl
Victoria, B. C, occopstlon leseher. Intend tn
spply lor permiaaion lo purchaae the [ollowing
descrilied Isndi: . ��� - ___���,h
Commsncing st s poll plsnted C... rhaina ��ulh
(mm ths southeast corner ol l-ot 3060, thance 4
chalna iouth, thene* 40 chsina west, thence 40
chsini nnrth, thsnee 40 ehsini esil WMHtM
commsneement, conUinins If arrea mors ofJBgh
Dated April 17,1911-
Pub. May ��.
Skuena Und DUlrict  DllrIA ��fl"ft,_
Taks neile* th.t I, John L. Mltehsll uf 1rince
Ruimrt, II  C, occopstlon bookkeeper, Mk
sppl)   for permlsilon to purehsas the following
described Isndi: .  -____���, ...  ...
Comma ring st a poll planled sbnut 5) five
miles aoutu and (1) one mile weal of the (orka ol
lhe While si.1 Fl.t rivera, thence northJJ eh.ln.
thence ssst 80 chsina, thence aouth 80 ehslns,
thence west 80 cn.iins. utTrilfl I
Dsted April 18, 1911 Mt_W.U.Uft*_l_mU_
I'ub. Msy 11 . FrancU S. Praston, Ag-snt
The charming little dress illustrated today is developed in
brownish green taffeta with trimmings of old gold braid and a
bonier on bodice and sleeves of
bronze velvet. The bodice is
charmingly simple, but chic in
effect, with the dainty jabot of
line cream lace and deep turnback
cuffs on lhe short sleeves.
The hat is of black and whitest riped straw, trimmed with large
loops of black satin ribbon and a
cluster of cherries.
Pretty Plan  that  is Neat and
Easy to Carry Out
The smartest and easiest finish
for decorative pillows is made
by cutting the cover two inches
and a quarter larger on all sides
that the pillow. Have two pieces
the same size and turn in a quarter
of an inch all around.
Sew thc two pieces together
back to back, putting the line
of sewing on the edge, leaving an
opening on one side for the pillow.
Now run an inner square to form
a two inch border to thc cover,
If the pillow is not well stuffed
it will be necessary to make this
square an inch and a half smaller
than the pillow lo give if tullness.
The Inner square may have the
stitching turned in sharp corners,
but an easier way and holding the
material firmer is to run the
lines from edge lo edge of cover
in each direction, forming imail
stitched Squares at the four corners.
Wonderful   Brown   Discovered
by a Clever Housewife
Out of the ordinary shades in
house furnishings are always among
the high priced materials, and a
little woman who longed for something rich or unusual in window
hangings for her "brown living
room" despaired of finding anything less commonplace than the
ordinary cream madras oi stenciled
One day a friend who had a
friend who was a house decorator
whisper-id a secret in her ear.   She
prepared two tubs full of water���
one with a handful of pearline, the
other with 10 cents' worth of
copperas. Last year's inexpensive
cream fish net curtains were dipped
first in the pearline water, then in
the copperas water, again in the
pearline water and finally once
more in the copperas waler. Then
they Were hung up to dry.
Now her living room curtains,
in a wonderful shade of deep
burnt orange tlmt nuke a sunset
effect in the simple brown papf'red
room even on gray and gloomy
days, the envy of all her friends.
Substitute that is Even More
Tempting than Frozen Creai.i
Whip one pint of rich cream,
flavor nnd sweeten to taste and
divide it into twn equal portions.
Color one portion pink with a few
drops of fruit coloring or fruit
juice, or, if preferred brown, color
with chocolate. Leave the other
portion white.
Take two clean, one-pound bilking powder cans and in the centre
of each place a perpendicular
partition of rather stiff paper
Fill thc cans with cream by
putting a tablespoonful of the
while to one side of the partition
and then a tablespoonful of the
pink on the other side, and so
on until the cans are full, being
careful to keep the same amount
of cream on each disc. To preserve a distinct line of division
between thc two colors and to
prevent the cream from sticking
to the paper partition when it is
being removed, place a knife on
each side of the paper at the top
of the can and pull out the paper
After being careful to put the
lids on the cans tight, place them
in a bucket, pack with salt and
ice and let stand four or five hours.
To remove the cream from the
cans, wrap a cloth which has
been dipped in hot water around
them for an instant. Hold thc
cans over a plate, tap them
gently on the sides with the hands
and the cream will come out in
a perfect roll. Slice it crosswise
into slices about an inch thick
and serve.
This is as delicious as brick
ice cream and is much less expensive, as one pint of the cream
will serve ten people.
E. J. Chamberlin Shows How
the Familiar Old Street Will
be Transformed Into a Beauty Spot.
On his return from his trip
along the steel yesterday Mr.
E. J. Chamberlin remarked that
he had found everything in splendid order for the opening of a
traiii service for passengers. Ballasted for the lirst 100 miles now,
the line makes comfortable travelling. "Of course," said Mr. Chamberlin. "There is really nothing
new in that, but lhe permit
from the Railway Hoard at Ottawa
allowing us to run a passenger
service will probably be granted
after the fifteenth, antl trains
will al once be started."
Referring to the site of the
depot Mr. Chamberlin said that
this is planned to occupy the
space right square at the foot
of the present "Centre street."
As the works to be started in
accordance with thc agreement
just signed include the construction of tlu depot and laying out
of   thc  approaches   to   it,   Mr.
Chamberlin mentioned that the
Centre street problem which was
before the city council recently, is
really solved by the result of the
Instead of the old plank road
leading down to the waterfront
there will be well constructed
approaciies from First avenue.
Wheel traffic will nol traverse
the line of old Centre street but
will be divirted tt) light antl 1 -ft
of the depot, and beautifu Iy laid
out approaches for foot passengers
will lead through the old reserve
from tlie city.
Robin Hood
The Great Flour
Greater Canada
Your Dealer Hat ll
To Lease
22, 23, 24, 25
7, 8
Second Ave., Prince Rupert, B.C.
The Digby Rooms
Located on Sixth Ave., near  Fulton
Thrw to fH-cminutcii fromcen-
tro of huniru'Hii district. Nineteen newly furnished rooms.
Hut ntul euld water, hnth nnil
telephone. Newly furniahed.
Under new mnnntfement.
-General Hardware ���
' Builders' Hardware
Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves  T
Graniteware       Tinware +
We have a complete line of
Lenses, Field Glnsses. Mineral Glasses, Compasses
and   Aneroid   Barometers.
R. W. Cameron & Co.
Official Watch Inspectors
for the G.T.P.
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue.
Hotel Central S3 Mm
Eurnpenn and AmoricAn plan, stenm
hented, modern convenience!!, Kates
$1 .ihi to S2.60 per day.        :        .        :
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page.  A "atroko of Genius."
Rersntfo **��� <��� *** eneyolopadim In I
P*C""' a singlo yolumfc^      '
Rcranie "��� ** acooptod by the
PtC""e Courts,  Soboole  and
Press oa the one supreme an-
Became 5* who kn��,7 w'*'
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you about this new work.
WRITE for ipsclsuo of MST dlfldsd s*<s.
C. t C. MERRIAM CO.. Pskl��i.r., SsriscflsU. tt'm.
ICdUoq thia, rsoslT. FRB1 s Ml sf pssktt n .ft.
Windsor Hotel
Newly Furnished and
Steam Heated Rooms
]  i i a in a   kj i    , ,  j
George E, Lamer, the undefeated champion walker of the
world from one to ten miles, gol
liis fust glimpse of Toronto tin-
other day,
+ + *
Cumgc (loultling, the Canadian
walking champion, who will  !�����
Lanier's   opponent,   was   one   ol
the lirst to grasp tho Englishman's
+ + +
Sam   LaVigford  of   Boston  and
Tony  Capon!  of Chicago,  have
been matched to fight lf> rounds
in Winnipeg on June 15.
+ + +
Battling    .Nelson    and    Charles
Ncary both figure that they can
come  hack,  and  havc  signed   to
)ox in Milwaukee July 4.
+ ��� ���
Jim   Flynn   has  decided   to  go
>n   the  stage.    Jim  has  been a
good  old   trial  horse,  and  is en-
tilled to a little easy money.
+ + ���
Jake Schaeffer, Jr., son of the
late billiard "wizard," gained a
ead of 7") points over Marcus
Cat ton, son of the late William
Cation, in the first block of a
(iOO-point match at 1��>.2 the other
light. Voung Schaeffer counted
200 points and averaged 7 11-22,
while Catton counted 12f> points
md averaged 4 17-27.
+ + +
Jim Flynn, the Pueblo fireman,
who knocked into prominence by
knocking out Al K.uiffman recently at Kansas City, is to be
the next American lighter to go
abroad for ring honors. His opponent is to be Sam MeYey, the
colored fighter. T. S. Andrews,
American representative for Hugh
Mcintosh, has received a cabl ���
instructing him to sign up Flynn
for a 20-round match at Faris,
June 24. McYcy recently met
Sam Langford in Faris.
+ + ���
Captain \V. K. Forbes, of the
T.Wil \. B, Regiment, a member
of the Canadian Bisley team,
notified Captain Birdwhistle, secretary of the D. R. A., that ho is
unable to go to England. Color
Sergeant C. M. Hudson, 103rd
Regiment, Calgary, will take hi
place on thc team. It is rumored
that there is a strong possibility
that Sergeant C. \V. Russell, G. C.
F. G., may also be unable to take
lhe trip.
+ + +
The Vancouver Jockey Club
has announced as one of the
features ol opening day, Saturday,
June 10, the lirst steeplechase race
ever run at Minora Park. It
will be known as thc
Steeplechase and will be at a
distance of two and a quarter
miles over fourteen jumps. The
race will lie confined to horses
owned by members of recognised
hunt clubs antl will the be forerunner of a regular series of crosscountry events. The course is
practically completed now and
but little work is required to put
the jumps in first class contlilion.
Ahout a dozen starttrs are expected.
��� + +
Betting has become so prevalent
among the natives and the evils
arising therefrom so widespread
that  the  Governor  of   Bombay
notified lhe turf club that no
horse   racing   will   be  allowed   al
.Bombay or at Poona, the capital
of the division of Deccan, ?5
miles from Bombay unless the
meetings are limited to ten days
antl bookmaking abolished,
Double Weekly Service
For Stewart, Sundays, 8.00 a.m.
Mondays, at 8 a.m.
ss. Prince Albert sails fur I'ort   Simp-
SOn, Niuu> Hiver l'oints, MiiHSDt,
iN'iitlt'ii Harbor,   every   Wi'tlnes-
iluy, 1.00 p.m.
uml f'<r: ,
lit'fuge Hay,   Skitlegnte,   (Jut-en
Charlotte City,   Lockeport,   Parol), Jctlv ay,   Ikeda Hay,   Hose
Harbor   SM   return   via   yueen
Charlotta City every   Saturduy,
1.00 p.m.
The  Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from thc Pacific
coast operates a fretjuent and convenient service of luxurious trains over its
double  track  route  between  Chicago,
Toronto,   Montreal,   Quebec,   Halifax,
Portland, Ho3ton, New York and Philadelphia.    Information   and tickets  obtainable from the ollice hereunder mentioned.   Trans-Atlantic bookings by all
lines arranged.
Canadian Pacific Railway
B.C. Coast Service
Famous  Princess  Line
s.s. Princess May
��� sails for-
Vainctiuiri. Viilsri-i   ind   Seattle
Monday, June 12, at 9 a.m.
J. G. McNab ��� General Agent
Coast to Coast
Tickets   To   All   Points
ROGERS' Steamship and
Railway Agency
Second Ave.        Plume 116
... FOK...
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester
Second avenue and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 361
of British Olumtils of It C Ontario, Nn..
sml Msnilotis Bars. kstrhswan  snd Al*
I- a 'ai Bars.
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Ofllcr-Exrhsnirr block, rortwr Thinl svcmir snd
Sixth utroot. I'rlncp Ruoert. 8
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., D. D.S.
Crown and Britlge Work a Specialty.
All ala-aai a] -|,a-- -ai jj-- ��� fkiifully trostcd.  Gss snd
laa-lal .'llallaat laa-' la-a Jlal lata ta a .1,: ,. I  for thn pafnlsSS SK-
trsrtion of twth.       Consultslion trtv.     Ofdcass:
Hplircrmin Block. Pnr-ap Ilutiert. il-12
For row boats and launches
telephone 320 green. Davis'
Boat House.
..Grand Hotel..
Spring Bctln, clean White Sheets  25c
Rooms 50c
J. GOODMAN. Proprietor
Alcx.M.Mnniion B.A..     W.E.Willlams.n.A.,L.L.D
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 286
Prince Rujert, B.C
P. o. BOX M
Pstsr Blsck
P.O. BOX 37
VICTORIA   CAFE $|Fruit ��� Produce '��� Feed
Lunch nnd Mcnln nt nil hours: Lunch 15c,
Menl* 2fic up-Come nnd Sot*
IH. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave. THE    DAILY   NEWJ.S
The Insurance People
The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
Phone l.Vi Third Avcnuf ami Fult-m St
We have juat received a
shipment of the newest
styl.'s and latest designs
in ladies' Velvet antl leather Hand Bags. We especially invite you to call
and let us show you our
new  goods	
A Question of Intelligence ���
Not Money
Whereas ready-made clothing
serves only to widen the gulf
between the well dressed .ind the
badly dressed, the modern product
of progressive tailors in.ikes it
possible for anyone able to buy
clothes in be well garbed. It is
ho longer .* question of money,
but of intelligence.���SId.ui and
Compan). Sixth street.
Make   Your   Clothes   Respect
A man who respects his clothes
and makes liis clothes respect him J
is pretty sure to command respect
frnm the world,
We can't help associating good
clothes with prosperity, and, unless the wealth is inherited, with
capacity. That always has been
so, and it always will be so.- -Sloan
and Company, Sixth street.
Classified  -   -  Advertisements
the best services the modern newspaper'glVM the R
. buyer and seller, em yer and worker  land-rd���
on ground     To put this modern eonyenlence in reaoi
One of the beat aar
There [
.   , ,���.,,,. .rives the public is in the classified advertisement columns
ce. the modern newspaper gives �� jm^ ^ am, g )mstof otller3 ,1UH,t (lll>.()m-
Here  is our Classified Advertising
===== "l'
eh of everyone the  News  will  reduce  Its
insertion.    Minimum charge of 25 cents.
for today.     Watch   it  grow.
Canadian   Rand   Company's    Products.
Mining Machinery' ��nd Contractor's Supplies, Road Building and Concrete
Machinery.     Agricultural,     Farm
and   Dairy'   Supplies,  Dump   Cars   and
Wagons,   Gasoline   Engines, Motor  Vehicles and Trucks
Vernor Harcourt s  Proposal   is
London, June 0.���At thc Imperial Conference this morning
Vernon Harcourt's proposal for a
standing committee consisting of
the Colonial hij;'1 commissioners
and five representatives from the
home oflice was withdrawn, The
proposal was to make the committee an advisory one, and not
executive, therefore there was no
necessity to confer voting powers.
Nr WilfrM Laurier wlm opposed
il said he viewed with serious
apprehension the interference of
anybody whatever between the
home government and the government of the Dominions. He adhered to the position hc took
four years ago, that the relations
I'i'ween the Dominions and the
Mother Country shoultl !>e carried
oi  by themselves.
Not a Word
I ntil you haive made your choice
of a pair of our ooze pumps,    Then
tell everybody,   Sec Scott, Froud
iS: Co. ai once.
President Hays Called on Arthur Little
||       Lost and Found
FOUND-Eureks Gleaninir and Pressing Com-
laimy Men', suits denned and pressed $1.1)0.
I idles' suits pressed und cleaned. Dry cleaning nspeciulty. Kiwin 13 Westenliuvor BloOK,
ph.ane red 69, 121-147
|-'t)l'N'D-Ele(iant rooms; nowly furnished. The
Hulklev Blaick. lith Ave., near Fulton.    10'.l-lm
LOST-A hunch of Keys. Flndsr kindly return
ts Dally News Ollice. 126-tf
For Rent
Do away with this.    Patronise a white
laundry.    White .labor only !il
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
How Accurate Fit is Attained
20th Century  Brand garments
There is one man Cha les Melville Hays, p4esident of the G.
T. P., never fails to visit when he
is in Prince Kuperi, and the man
in question is Arthur Little, proprietor of the news stand near the
''Well, how are you and how's
business?" was the aslutation Mr.
Little received from the railroad
magnate soon after he landed
lure and thc greeting was accompanied by a warm handshake.
Then the two talked over a score
of matters and Mr. Hays bought
several dozens of picture postcards
of the city and district In fore he
left Mr. Little.
"See you again in August/'
> tid  Mr.  Hays .is he went away.
OFFICE: Third and Fulton.
P.O. Bos 446
Prince Rupert
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
2nd Ave . next In oU office of Optimist, sell only
Best msde in Seattle. Fruit and Candy, wholesale sn.l Retail. Look fair Hash siirr. at nmht.
SAM COWEN. 1'r.aprielor Phone35.i
are cut with a full understanding; ni >* ,u,k :l*li" *�������"
of the texture, weave and 'warp
of every fabric iiM'tl and with an
accurate knowledge of the peculiarities in the build of the wearer
of every type and model. Hence
perfect lit. We .ire exclusive
agents.���Sloan and Company. Six
ih street.
Pantorium Pionrer Cleaners, 'Phone 4
Development Company's Objections to Their Assessment
Will Still Go Forward.
J eg vilde Sette pris
pan at faa blstoa eder
med pode raad vod investments. Aflftf mig
en visit.
Four roomed House on 8th Ave. $15; also two
nwined house. $8, Apply Thompson. Rupert
Marine Iron Works. 189-180
| Furnished Rooms in apartment house, opposite
" Clapp Building. 2nd Ave., near McBride.     Apply on premises between one and three p.m.
��� Two-roomed Cabin on Fourth Ave., near McBride,
Apply J. YounK. Maple Boarding House, 3rd
Ave. 128-134
, Furniture of three-room flat.     Apply Room 15
Westenhnver Block, corner 2nd Ave. and Sixth
!     Street. 128.134
Nicely furnished Front Uifom in new house.   Ap-
���    ply Mrs. Snville. Fourth Ave., near McBride.
Store-* and offices for rent.    Applv Dr. Mclntyre,
Third Ave., phone ss^en 59. 125-tf
Fur Kent-Modern House, close in.
!     H. F. McRae & Co.
$25 a month.
Open Evenings        Ex.'liange Block
S. O. E. B. S.
Thc   Prince   Rupert  Lodjre.  No.  BU. Sons of
England, meets the tirst and third Tuesdays in
each month in the Carpenters Hill, at I p.m.
F. V. CLARK. Sec..
P, O. Bo.\ -12. I'rince Rupert
Neatly Furnished Rooms;  gentlemen preferred.
Apply Mrs. Mullin, over Majestic Theatre.
i' .-y furnished rooms. Mrs. Bower, Somerset
Booms, Third Avenue, between Seventh and
Eighth. 117-tf
Nice Furnished Rooms. Apply Mr*. Kirby. Alder
Block, upstairs entrance, Third Ave.        117-121
Several good 5 and 6 room houses with bath, $35
per month.   O.  M. Helgerson.  Limited,  phone
m. :n7-tf
Nice, clean, bright outside rooms.
t'.th Ave., near Fulton.
Bulkley Block
Nice furnished rooms single or for housekeeping.
Apply Drexel Rooming House, 2nd Ave., near
McBride. May 3-lmo
Commend!,,! at .po.t PftrtAffjSS
j south and   H two imlra ***** "* *��  '"'*" .____3
I White .nd  FUt rlvrs.  1 hence iOUtt JO      . M
thunce east  so chiini, tlie"���  north 8U  ***"<"���
thenco wont SO chai ns. onnnnT PM'KV
Duled Ap" I 'JO, 1811 JOHN RgBW I I 40BJ
I'ub. Mu 18. I-""" * ��* * "���"'""' "
Skoena Land District District ol t'uaal Uange 5
Take nut oi that I, Martha Look, ol *******
Itmiert II. I'., occii|..n on marr-d woitiun .lion..
��� o apJilVlor liermljs.un to pUTOhm lho fc>Um��fcl��
*\*tL-dm_\t a post planted aliout tlmoand
one-hTmi ��� distant In a *__***m*^[jS*_S_i
Irom a lilind aloud' Irom Observatory Inlet where
he..��� le touch., the lml 1��3**W,J^Smtl
ft) chain., thence south N cha ns, tlience Ml
chains, thence north SO cha ns to point o Wf
meiivment, int.DM M0 **_** Utopia if**.
Dated Aprl U, Ull. MAIUHA Lhhlv
Tub. May IU.
.Skeena Land Disirict -Diatrict ot Caaaiar
Tako   notice   lhat   I.   John   Cnwin   ol   I'rinco
Kupert II. C occupation laborer, intend to appl>
(or Mrmiaaion lo iiurchase tho lollowing doacribed
Commencini; at a post planted about (2) two
miles south ol the forks ol the While and Hal
rivers, thenw iouth 10 chans, thenco oast SO
chains, thenw north SO chains, thenco west 80
Stated April 18. 19U. JOHN  UNW1N
i'ub. May 13. FrancU S. I'reaton, Agent
_t   Skeena Lund DUtrict-DUtrict ot Caasiar
Take notice that 1, Alfred Uerryman Williama
of I'rince itupert, U. C, occupation merchant
inlend to apply tor permiasion to purchase the
lollowing described landi!
t'ommeiicing at a po.t plantod about {._) two
milw south of the forka ol tho Whllo Ut IW
rivers, thenco SO chains south, thenco SO chaina
��ost, thonco SO chaina north, thenco SO chain.
Dated AprU IS, 1911. FrancU S. 1'roaton, Agent
I'ub. May IU.
Skoona Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol Caaaiar
Tako notice that 1, Charlea Frederick Metcal
of Stewart, li. C.| occupalion freighter, intend tu
apply tor  permiasion to purchase tho  (ullowing
deacribed landa:
Commencing at a post planted on the right
bank of the Naa. river about nix milea abuvo the
lorka ot tho Naas river, thenco south 80 chain.,
ihcnco weit 80 chains, ihcnco north SO chuins,
thenc. eaat SO chains to point of commencement,
containing tilO acres more or leas.
Dated March 25, 1911. CHARLKS F. METCALF
I'ub. May 17.      Frank Sidney Wright, Agent
Help Wanted
I *-**-.-���..*
Tenders for Excavating
block 11.
;th. Low-
For panic-
Jenders for excavating lots 1 a:id 2. block ll
section 1, will be received up to June 13th.   Low
est tender not necessarily accepted.
ulars apply to
Seccond Ave., opposite Thompson Hardware Co.
A Mirror
Direct from Hood River, Oregon.
��� Received Today ���
Cherries, Fruits and Other
Fresh Vegetables
All kind* just in
Groceries Provisions;
Ideal Provision House
Thinl A vi'., nuar Sixth St.    t'hor.v IS
Thatjmay be'safely
"packed" on a trip
is niui-h in demand.
We have them in different sizes.   :   :     :
C  H. ORME 1
The Pioneer Druggdt
PHONE   :   ;   :   82   \
Disappointment expressed
by Alderman Newton last night
when he heard from Mr. D'Arcy
Tate that the G. T. P. Development Co.'s appeals against their
assessment will -till come up in
the Court of Revision, Mr. Tate
said that the appeals will be put
forward only on their merits and
m>i pn��c<l, hut he has left instructions with Mr. Patmore to
see them. Alderman Newton had
understood that all thes< appeals
would be dropped in view of the
agreement come i*�� on the assessment generally.
For  the  Inst   goods  in   suits,
boots and shoes, th
I in hats and everything for gent
wear,   you'll   find   at   Hoffman
Mtrhanirs' Store, Strond avenue
Sealed tenders addressed tu the undersigned
and endorsed Tendor^for Public Building. Cranbrook, li. C.   will MNOtivad untd 4 P-m., on i N- take room(l in tht,
B?RL.%LH! XmL f"r    *"��" '     Hulkley Block, near Fulton. l<".Mm
of a I'ubhc Building, Cmbfook, B. C.
I'lans, .peciticatfon and form  of( contract Jtn \ w.nwd-BUiKtood men to join the Onler of OwU.
Call room 2s  Empress   Hotel.    I.   K.  Madlem
Skeena Land District���DUtrict of Caasiar
Take notice thut I,   Bertie   Edwin   Badger   of
Stewart,   B.  C,  occupatiun  plumber,   intend   to
���ipply  for iwrmiasion  to  purchuo  tbo   following
duochbed landa:
Commencing at a post planted about one mile
north of the Naaa river and about aeven miles
abovo  the  forks   o!  the   Naas   River  upstream,
i thonco north  80 chains,  thence  SO chains.
Apply to J. L.  McComb. Health and  Accident | t|lenw aouth ��o chains, thunco wert SO chain* to
Department. Empire Life Insurance Company. 11>oinl   o(   commencement,   containing   010   acres
SU Winch Builthnir. Vancouver. B.C.   114-120      {nore       iUM
j District MnnnRer for first class Health and Acci'
|    dent  Insurance Company,      Splendid induce-
ments.   Special salary and liberal commission
>*��� oecn and forms of tender obtalotd at the otfices
of Mr. Wm. Henderson, Rtddtnt Architect,
Victoria, B. C, at the poat Cranbrook.and
at this department.
Tenons tendering are not itied that tenders
will not be considered unless nade on the printed
furmi supplied, and signed with t heir act ual
signatures, stating their occupations and places
of residence. In the caae of firms, the actual
signature, the nature of the occupation and place
of residence of each  member ot the firm  must
bt rivta,
Each tender must bc accompanied by an
accepted cheitue on a chart'Ti-d bank, payable
to the order of the Honourable thc Minister of
Public Works, equal to ten per cent 10 p.c.) of
the amount of the tender, which will Ik* forfeited
if the person tendering decline to enter into a
contract when called upon to do so, or fail to
complete the work contracted for. If the lender
be not accepted the cheque will be returned.
The Department docs not bind itself to accept
thc lowest or any tender.
By order,
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, May 13, V-\\.
Newspapers will not be paid tor this advertisement if they insert it without authority (rom the
Department. 2t
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Fire Insurance
THE British Union and National Fire Insurance
Company of London, England, with capital
of $2.500.(W0.0U. See us for rates. Thc Mack
Realtv and Insurance Companv. T0-tf
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Boarders Wanted       (
Home cooked meals and nicely furnished rooms
for three persons. Apply Mrs. James, Scott
BldR.. 'Ird Ave., between ."th and Vth Sts.   85-lf
Private .Board hy the week or roonth. Home
cookintr a specialty. Miss E. M. Gleeson, 3rd
Ave., between Tth and Hth Sta.. phone 171. S9-tf
Real Estate j
Skeena Land District -District of Cassiar
Take nolice that  I,       .��n  Uallen of Stewart,
B.   C,   occupalion   carpenter,   intend   to   apply
for permission to purchase tbe (ollowing described
latest Muck> i"ds: -   ���  I
-SfssreSufis clsb?s fisR&jfls u*^w��*w��ttawwt i* n reai Mut��ukt.
E3^^)S2^��ffi^f.tS!^S  \&*K1ffJti��Rmm onuUKh "lo
chains east, thenco tO chains north, thence bO'                   "          "         ",1
chains west.
Dated April 18, 1911. SWAN  HALLEN
Pub. May 13. Francis S. Preston, Agent
For Men Only
Special line of Fell House Slippers at one dollar, for Saturday
Nineteen younir men wanted to rent cosy furnish'
ed in the Bulkley Rooms, **>th Ave., near Fulton
Skeena Land District I >. ���-w* of Coast Range 5
Take notice that I, Lionel Kingsley of Vancouver, B. C, occupation miner, intend to apply
for permission to purchase the following described
Commencing at a post planted near the south- i
, west corner of Lot .*.���:.. Rango 5, Coast   District '
Olllv.     Get   bUSy.���SCOtt,   Froud   \- , thence w��t 40 chains   thence south  60 chains,
* ' 1 thencc east 40 chains, thence north 60 chains to
('o      Third     ivi-mir point of commencement.
i   arcjruc. Daud March 24, 1911.       LIONEL" KINGSLEY
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Skeena Lund District -District of Cnaat Range 6
Take notice that W***_\*W S.  Detwiler of Berlin,
Ont.' occupation  doctor,  Irrlenda to  anply   for
For Sale���Two choice tracts Lakelse Valley; ei��ht
dollars an acre.   H. F. McRae & Co. 126-tf
For Sale-Beautiful Homcsitc on Park; $250 cash.
II. F. McRae & Co. 126-tf
Dated Mareh 23. 1911. Frank Sidney Wright, Agt
Pub. May 17.
Skeena Land District ���District of Coast Range ���
Take notice that Alexander Mcintosh of van
couver, B C. occupation real cstato broker
intends to apply fur permission to purchase thc
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted 40 chains south
from the southwest corner of Lot 995, thence 80
chains south, thenco 40 chains wost, thence 80
chains north, thence 10 chains east to point of
commencement containing 320 acres more or less.
Dated AprU 17, 1911.
Pub. May 6
Skoena Land District ���District of Cassiar
-Take  notice that 1,  Percy  Francis Godenrath
of Stewart, B. C, occupation journalist   intend to
apply  fur  permission  to  purchase  the  following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the right
bank of tho Naas river about seven mllea above
the forks of the Naas river, thencc south 80 chains,
thencc west 80 chaina, thence north 80 chaina,
thence east 80 chains lo point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
Dated Mare 25,1911. Frank Sidney Wright, Agl
Pub. May 17.
Skeana Land District���District ot Coaat Range 5
Take notice that Mrs. L. C Putnam o( St
Paul, M inncaota, occupation married woman
intends to apply for permiasion to purchase the
following doscribed lands:
Commencing at i post planted at tho louthweat
corner of Lot No. 1733 marked Mrs. L. C. Putnam's
northout corner, thence west 40 chains, thunco
south 80 chains thence cast 40 chains, thence
north 80 chains to post of commencement, con
taining 320 acrea more or less.
Dated March 20 1911. MRS. L. C. PUTNAM
Pub. April l.">. Geo. R. Putnam  Agon
Skeena Land District���District if Cassiar
Take nolice that 1, Alfred Kytc of Prince Rupert,   B.   C,   occupation   electrician,   intend   to
apply  for  permiasion to  purchaso the  following
doacribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted about (3) three
miles south of tho forks of the Whin- and Flat
rivers, thencc 80 chains soulh, thenco 80 chains
--^������-*-*"w*.-��...-*...-m...-____.-^,tmm_,.-m...���-_.. +   1.;l^t<  thence  80 chains north,  thenoe  80 chains
For Sale
A classified advertisement,  persistently printed,
will sell anythinK of value.
Dated April IK, 1911.
Pub. May 13.
Francis S. Pruston, Agent
Buy at Home and
Save the Freight
Victor Gramophones & Records
coniaininit Itu acre muru nrlsu.
Intel March III, lull     KI.UON S. DKTWIl.KK
I'uli. April 16' John Campbell, Atont
All kinil. of aa-. .an-l hnml itimnI.  la- -,,��� lit  nml  hoIiI.
P, M. Crmliy, Thinl An'., between 7th nml Mh    I i.u.-.l March 14. lull.  K
ttMrtS. 117-tf I'ub. May 17.
Ska. ihi Laml l-lktrict���Dlitrict ol Caular
Take notice that I, Jamce Millar Johnaton ol
Stewart, 11. C, occupation storekeeper, Intend to
apply   for  permiiwion   to  purchaw*  the   lolluwinK
ilaaa-rilaa- l land.-.
CotntnencinK at a po.t planted about one mile
north from the Naa. river and aliout nine mile,
above the fork, of the Naa. river, thence north 80
chain., thence went 80 chain,, thenco aouth SO
chaina, thence ea.t ho chainn to point of commencement, containinK 'HO acre, more or len..
Ilk Sidney WliKllt, AKt
We have just received new
shipments of all lines. Over
100 kinds of Table Biscuits
carried  in  stock.
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Phone 187       {jj   =
We must close out this stock of Furniture in two weeks time.   A chance
to buy first class Furniture at practically your   own   prices.    :   :   :
Corner 2nd Ave. & McBride
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Thf  name prices r�� these
Kondi-t are retailed at tiiroiiKh-
out Canada.
Mae Bros., Limited
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smh km       pi,.,* Rrf 7s
-OFFF.H   rO> HAI.R-
Townsites Farm and Fruit Unds
Fort George Townsite Massett Townsite
Local Office: AW., Blod, ^ixth Street
DlnlltB Room Chairs, iiuartort'il oak, polished,
leather pad seat, !> plain chairs and
1 arm  chair,   worth  $4.5,00,   now    d��Or
only     <)>��.)
Dining ('hairs, Rood  tlesi^ns,   hardwood,   oak   finish,   regular $1.85,    AA
now only, each     ��fvC
Chiffonier   with  5 drawers,   English   Bevel
Plate Mirror, Quarter sawed
('.olden  Oak,   regular value    (on   r/v
$41.25, now only     ^bO.OU
Mahogany Dining Room Suite; 1 lound top
extension table, 5 plain chairs, 1 arm chair,
very handsome buffett; regular
value $181.60. Will sell this
suite for	
2 only   Brass  Beds,   Mgulflf  vnlui'
$27.50, to clear at	
Buffet in quartered  oak,  Miasion   finish,    regular   value    ^Q^   CA
$55.00, to clear at     yd i ��DU
Skoonu Und Diatrict���District of Co����
Tuko  notice  thut   I,   Willium  Jolm   CoSS   p
I'rinco Uupert, 11. 0., occupation tftiwhir. \K__3_
to upply lor pornnsaton to purobua tlio  oUnSSS
doscriiwil luml.-t: '��*idj
Cumtnoncintt ut u poat plantod ut Uiu louthwan
corner ot Lot 11098, Uanip &, Oout Dlitriot i_b__a__\
oouth 20 clmina. thonco oaat 40 cliuins, HEX
norUi ^'0 chuina, thonco wwt -IU ohllfll to miln!
of commoncomont, contuininK no ucrt-a   mo��� m
Datod Aprils, IUll. WILLIAM JUHN COR1 KV
Hub. April 2��. vww*��
Skeona Lund Diatrict���Diatrict of Quoon Chariott*
Tako notico that Goorgo W. Arnott u( I'rinc
Rupert, U. C, occupation roul citato brokor'
intonda to apply for por.uuuiun tu purchusu U,i
followinK doacribod landa:
Comnioncing at u poat plantol aboa. auvoT
miloa und ono-half milo wuit and ono nu u auutli
Irom tlio moutli of Sunly Crook, NuJon Htttiot
tnouco wost ��0 chaina, tlionw aoutu oU oliain '
ihonco im-il mj chaina, thonco north nu chaim
Datod March 17, lull. tihU. W. AHN0TT
I'ub. April tim Numu Domora, AgMt
Coant Hantco Q Land Diatrict
Tako  notice  tliat  1,  Juhn   Uupburn  of   kit.
aumkaluni,   occupution  (armor,  intond  tu applv
for permiaaiun tu purchaao tho (ollowug deaenbt'i
Commoncing at a post planted ut the DOtthw t
cornor uf Lut i\)tm_, ihonco oaat 20 chaina, Uui.ra
aouth  40 chaina,  tnence wuat 20 cnana, thanot
north iu chaina to place u> cumiuoncoment
Dated March IB, lull. JuHN HU'ULRN
I'ub April 15.
bkuouu Land DUtrict���Diatrict o( Cuaat Itange J
. Take nutice that Henry Macartney o( I'rinco
Kupert, U. C-, uccupattun minor, intenda to appl)
lur permuuiun tu purchaau thu (ulluwinti ���*������ ,-. ' ���
Commencing at^a post planted un the south
aide uf Kxcnumaika Hiver, abuut 2 1-- nulea Irom
iU cunlluonce with the Skoena Hiver and about
1-2 miloa wost from LxchumaiKa rapida, tbtUM BO
chaina north, thenco 40 chains vast, thunco .no
cuaina aouth. thonce 40 chains wuat tu point o,
communcoment, containing 320 ucriu more or
ieia. 1'ost marked "U.M. S.W. cor."
Dated April 22, lilll. 11KNHY MACARTNEY
Pub. Atnil 2il.
Skeona Land DUtrict-District ol Caaaiar
Take  notice that  1,  Mary  Carin o(  >u.vart,
11. C, occupatiun married woman, intend to apply
(or permisaion to purcliaae the (ullowing ���.u-.-.-t, , ,j
Commencing at a post plantod twu (2) milu
south and t2) two milos west uf the furka ul ttio
W lute and Hat rivers, thencu oo chaina north,
thence SO chaius weat, thonce SO chaius suuttu
thenoe 80 chains eaat.
Dated April 20, IUll. MAKY CABIN
I'ub. May 13. FrancU S. l'restun, \_- .i
Skoena LandDUtrict��� District ul i^ueen Charlotto
Take nuUco that Catherine Uarriaun, of Calvary
Alberta, uccupation apiuater, intends to appl>,
(ur purmiaaiun to purchase the foUowing doacriUHi
Cummencing at a post planted abuut ti {**%
milua woat and half a mUe suuth (rum the nioutli
��� il Stanley Creek, whore it empties into Nltfao
llarbur, Oraham laland, thenos 40 chains seutb
thenoe 40 chains east, thente 40 chains norm,
thouoa 40 chains wt��t to point ol cumnionoomviit
and containing lt>u acrea moro ur loss-
Dated Marco 17, r.��n
CATIIl.lilM.   HAL...      -.
Pub Apr. ?. Numa Demurs, \t    :
Skivna Land District���DUtrict u( Cassiar
Take nuiice lhat 1, Alice M. Knuuae  ol I'rinco
Kupert, 11. C, occupatiun marriud woman, mitral
tu apply fur uermi&sion to purchase the (ullu��u,g
described Lands:
Cummencing at a poat planted abuut mu milea
south and twu miles weat u( lha (orks ul White
and Hat rivers, tlience north SO chains, thi'iicv
east SO chains, thence suuth SO chains, thi'iicv
west SU chains.
Daied April 20, lilll. ALICK M. KNOl > R
Pub. May 13. FrancU S. Prestun, ,\n-a\
Skoena Land District -DUtrict ul Coast lUngo I
Taku not ce lhat 1, Juhn Ivan Peteraol I'rince
Kupert. 11. C, uccupat on clerk, intend lo spply
(or permission to purchase tho (ollow'ing dosa|l>ed
Commencing at a poat planted about thne an
one-halt miles distant n a suuth westerly d Tt*". *...
irum a bUnd slough (rom Ubaervatory inlri ��hvrt
the aame touches the Indian Keservo, thvnce
wuat SO chains, ihence north SO chains, tbvnrr
oast SO chains, thenco south SO chains to point o
eommencemenl, containing 040 acres more nr Utt
Dated April 14, Ull. JUliN IVAN PKTBBS
Pub. May 13.
Stikine Lund DUlrict���Dstrict ol Cassiar
Take notice that Sydney tiudgklnaon ul Telegraph Creek, U. C, occupation clerk, inund* to
apply  (or  permission  to  purchaae  the (ulloaiog
described land:
Commencing at a poat planted about a quarter
mile north east Irom Clacior Kutlu and on the t-A
nank of Stikine Kiver, thence east 20 chains
thenco north 40 chains, thence wo��i 20 chains
tuence south 40 chaina to point of commer.eeni.t
and containing so acrea more or leaa.
Dated Feb. 11, IUll.
Pub. April 7. CA. Tervo, Agent
Slikine Land DUlrict -DUlrict o( Cassiar
Take notica that Christian A. Tervo ul Slikine.
U  C, occupation customs olllcer, intends to unl
lor permissiun to purchase the following described
Commencing at a post planled about thre��
quarters ol a mile norlh east (rum Glacier Kill*
and .ii: the eaat bank ul Stikine Hiver and on the
soulh side ol the mouth at a liitle creek, Ihencv
east 40 chains, thence north 40 chains, thenct
west 40 chaina, tbence aouth 40 cbains to \-���������*
ul commencement and containing luO acres more
DtSTftb. 10, 1911.    CHRISTIAN A. T1RVQ
Pub. April 7.
Skaena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Quoen Charlotta
Islands ���
Tako notioe that J. tl. Murphy.of Van**' '���
11. C, uccu|Mlion commercial traveller, intendi
tu apply fur permission to purchase thu (ulloffing
deacrilied landa:
Cuinmenruig  at  a  poet  plantod  IBOOI
milns wusi and ono mile eouth Irom lh��  i��"U ^
u( Sunly ila-.., Naden Itarour, thence north ���
cliains, thonce weat 40 ebaina, thence south  "'
chauu, thunce east 40 c    ina. ���.,..
Datvd March 17, HIU. J. H. MFKI ������>
Pub. Apnl 22. Numa Demers, Age '���
Skeena Land District-DUtricl n( OOHl
Taku  notice  that   I,   William   Mal villa
ol   Toronto,   Ontario,   uccupation   clerk,   ��'���*'''*'
to apply (or permiaaiu    to purchase the (i>ll<>��:ng
"If   ������(.I., il    Imi.Is
Ciimmencuig at a [Kist (ilahted at tho north*������'
c irmr nl Lot HM Ka.ig 5, Coast District, ih��im>
rasl tiO chains, tlience north 40 chains, thvnev *���"
B0 chains to Hell's tiaU slough, thvnev IM*
slough southorty to (Hiini o( commenctiinsi'
taining ItiO acres mora or less.
Deled April ti, 1011. .   .   ���. . .
William   mklvillk (0RLi��
Pub. April 29.
Skeena Und District-District ol Coast Ra
Tako   nutice   that   I,   ('harlva   A.   VW|1
Prince Kuperi, It. ('., occupation merchant, i"''''-''
to apply fur twrmission to purchase the IMB**^
iif.-i ni.. .1 lands: ..
Comrnencing  al a  post  (lanled on th��' ������<
hank nf Kxchumsiks Kiver and about (OUI
Irum Un c.miln. i' with the Skeena River, '
tO chuinn east, thonce SO chains north, tbffjl
chun.s w.mI, thence HO chains south to pot"'  "
cummeticvment. containing UI0 acros mon- or W>
Dated April 21, 1011    CHARLES A. VAUillAN
Pub April 29.
Skevna Und District-District of Coa*l
Tnko notice that I, Mrs. John Corley of I r '  '
Ruptrt, H.C..(K-ciipntinn marrie��l woman, intenis
tu apply fnr permission to purchase the WUOWWl
dwenbad lands; .
Ciitmtiimrinir nt a post plantetl 40 chain
Uk) 12n chnins suuth frum the suuthwest OOTnei w
lot 1788, Oout District, Bum 5. thence wmj
rhaina, Ihence east 40 chains, thence norlh -'
ohains. thence west 40 chains more or less to i'i
point of enmmencement, conUining fl&i aefs
more or leaa. ��������. mv
Date Mar. 2(1, l'Jll
Pub. Apr. 4. l!��ll
Countless bargains in Beds, Bedding, Mattressess, Springs, Dressers,
Tables,  Carpets and all kinds   of   House   Furnishings.    :    :    :   :
���    No Reasonable Offer Refused
Assignee  ee
Estate of The Brin   Furniture Co.    ==
.Skoena Unil Diitricl���Dtatrict ol Coul.
.Take notice th.t William Munlord a     1 rlw'
. Kupert,   II.   C,   occupation   prospector.   '��"!""
to  apply  lor   permlMlon  to leaae  lho  lolowim
doscriliwl land.:
: Commi'nclng at a po��t planted about 100 chui^
iiouih nl (hu Indian Kcwrve on tho oa��t ��'��� '
1 tiooeo llay and on tho eaat aide ol tbo penm **
thonco .outh hi) chalna along ihore, Ihonco �����
40 chain, lo (iooN Hay, thence north along ***���
HO chnltii, thence woat 40 chalna moro or !����� l"
pool, conuinlnn 320 acree more or l��":,,,....,,un
Datwl March 8, IUll. WILLIAM MUNIOW'
, I'ub. April 16.
Skeena Land Diatrict-Dlatrict ol t'mul
lako  nntice that  Humo Ilablngton ol  I"
"u|ior(. 11. <:., occupation maater mariner. Im"���
to  apply  Inr  pormtalon  to leaae  tho  lolln��i
iloacrilioil land.: .������  __.
l.ominoncliig at a pint planted about 100 chain,
aouth nl (ho Indian Iteeorvo on tho oaat alii. "
(.nino llay ,m lho mat side ol the Vonln.ula 11 ���:
north lug ,.h,|n, ,|���ng ahore to the _*____* , '
thonco �����i no chalna more or loaa to (ioneo l'��/.
thonco loo chalna along ahore, thonco <��������'''
chains mnro ���r |CTi to poat, wnlainlng 640 acn-
moro or losa. _, ..a
Dated March 8, lull. HUME I1AI1INOTON
I'ub. AprU 16.


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