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 THE  WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending 5   a. m.,
May 8.
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The Daily News
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
v
0L, il,  NO. 1012
Prince Rupert, B.C., Monday, May 8, 1911.
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PRESIDENT DIAZ TO RETIRE
FRANCHISE FOR MEXICANS
President and Cabinet of Mexico Will  Capitulate to
the Radical Demands���Issue a Manifesto  in
Which They Offer to Retire from Office
(Canadian Press Dispatch)
Mexico City. May 8.���President
Diaz and his Cabinet announced
today tin' terms upon which they
are willing to vacate office, li is
practically an acceptance of Madera's demands in all important
particulars. The Cabinet will consider the draft later and revise it,
Imt the icxt as published shows
that ihey are willing to step out
nt office and grant all the leading
demands of the radical and revolutionary party.
The draft manifesto announces
thai the Cabinet will grant to
lhe people of Mexico a free and
universal suffrage, and an election.
The election is to be conducted
under provisions which will pre-
vcni i'ii' re-election of President
lii.i/ ur any of the existing executive.
Miss M.iliel Beady leaves on
Wednesday to spend a few weeks
i.' I'mi Simpson, consequently she
will imi receive lhat day.
RIOTING IN
OKLAHOMA
Gun Play Indulged in Over a
Street Car Strike Dispute
ONE MAN KILLED
Four Other Men are Seriously
Injured- Union Men Tried
to Stop the Company from
Running Its Own Cars.
(Canadian Press Dispatch)
Oklahoma Cily, May 8.���One
.nan was shot dead, and four
others Beriously injured here this
mor, i. g, when the sinking union
men attempted to slop the streei
railway company from operatii g
its cars wilh strike breakers.
The  company   had   engaged   a
number of special police who were
armed wilh  guns.    These opene
lire and a battle resulted in  tin
streels.
I
NOMINATION    |T0 CONSIDER
LIST TODAY    RECIPROCITY
W. J. Alder,  H.  Douglas  and  U. S. Senate are Now Busy with
Ronald Ferguson
CANVASSING   IN  PROGRESS
Nominations Closed at Two
p.m. Deputations Waited on
H. Douglas but W. J. Alders
Supporters Are Confident
That He Will Go In.
the Great Subject
FARMERS   DELEGATION
Two Thousand Wheat Growers
from Minnesota Expected Tomorrow   to  Present   Their
Views.
I \, lo two o'clock today nomi-
natiot s were recivable at the City
II.ill lur ihe aldermanie vacancy
caused by ihe resignation of Alderman Pattullo. Ai ten a.m., only
the nomination of W. J. Alder was
'���' the hands of lhe City Clerk, but
before eleven o'clock Mr. H. Douglas presented his nomination signed
ty Messrs. E. M. Woodworth and!
J-G. Scott.
Several  deputations of citizens
waited on Mr. Douglas since his J
return Irom Vancouver, requesting
11,1,1 to run lor alderman, and with |
lot8 "i fight in him, Mr. Douglas
consented lo his nomination.
���*** was expected Mr. Ronald
Ferguson was nominated shortly
l"'1"1'1' two o'clock today as nom-
ination forms had been requisition-
^ by parties working on his bc-
ll'llt    Mr. George Philipotta was
8,80    mentioned    as    a    possible
candidate this morning.
' anvassing has been going on
quietly on behalf of the candidates
'.l"(| Way there is a briskenlng up
'',1 this direction.
(Canadian Press Dispatch)
Washington, May S. The consideration of lhe Canadian reciprocity bill began in earnest this
morning in lhe Senate, when the
Finance Committee of the Senate
took up the bill to consider and
report. It is expected lhal they
will report tomorrow.
A monster delegation of Minnesota and Dakota farmers, iwo
thousand strong is expected al the
Capital tomorrow to present iheir
views.
POSTMASTER
IS ARRESTED
Defrauded the Authorities for
Fifteen Years
Joseph Kingman of Cheyenne
After Defrauding the Post
Office Spent All the Money
on Typewriters and Sewing
Machines.
I IK:
Clubs
follows
No.
No,
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No,
No,
No.
New
Won  Suits
winners  of   Sloan's  Suit
"I Saturday night was as
J. J. Morris.
W. T. Morrison.
C. N. Johnstone.
A. J. Mallett.
H. Hamblin.
T, Brooks.
T. II. Wynne.
I'.. I). Johnson.
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hibs are being formed.
\"*C* P. R. S. S. Princess May
"nved from the south ihis after-
"'" With a number of passengers
p    l consignment of mail.   The
,"""'- May leaves this evening
or Skagway,
(Canadian Press Dispatch)
Cheyenne, May S. Postmaster
Joseph Kingman was taken into
CUStody this morning on charges
of robbing the postal authorities.
lie is said lo have invented a
system of fraud in money orders
which he had practised for the
past fifteen years He kept an
account of all the moneys he
stole, and spent il all on typewriters, sewing machines and oil
stoves.
When arrested, his house was
found   lo   be   packed   with   these
articles from top t<> bottom,
The slore lhal pays a lot of
money for space In which lo s.iy
something to you must believe
lhal what it says is Important lo
you.
LEFT FOR ENGLAND
Premier   McBride   Sails   from
New York on Wednesday
(Canadian Press Dispatch)
Ottawa, May .S. -Premier McBride and Hon. W. J. Bowser left
this morning for New York on
their way lo England for the
Coronation. They will sail on
the While Siar Liner Baltic on
Wednesday morning.
FIRE AT DETROIT
Brunswick-Balke Warehouse is
Gutted    $75,000 Damage
(Canadian Press Dispatch)
Detroit, May S. Fire broke out
here last nighlf Itemr- complete!)
destroyed the warehouse of the
Brunswick-Balke Co., manufacturers of billiard and pool tables.
tbe loss is put at S7."i,(HUI.
! BASEBALL SCORES I
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Northwestern League
Vancouver 0, Portlai d '���>.
Seattle 12, Victoria (I.
Spokane '*i, Tacoma 1.
MISSING   MAN   SOUGHT
Xavier Violette Known as "Cog-
nette" Has Disappeared
Chief Owen nl ihe Provincial
Police is looking "til for a man
named Xavier Violette, known also
as "Cognette" who formerly resided ai Grand Islands, Maine.
He is (i."> years old. ."i feet li inches
in height, weighs about 105 pounds,
and hfmost likely io be cxmploycd
in lumber or railway camps. Relatives are enquiring for him, end
any   information   regarding   him
wil
ie welcomed
FIRE AT NEW YORK
Metropolitan Tobacco Co. Are
the Victims.   Loss $200,000
(Canadian Press Dispatch)
New York, May 8.���The big
warehouse of the Metropolitan
Tobacco Company was destroyed
by lire yesterday, Fortunately
there was no loss of life. The
damage lo the building and contents is placed at $200,000.
HALF A MILLION HELLO'S
OVER RUPERT'S PHONES
New  Directories Next Week -Manager  Love  Reports
Fire Alarms Again Working and   Improved
McBride Street to be Lighted Tonight
LOS ANGELES TRIAL
Question of Giving Bail Will be
Decided Tomorrow
Los A. geles, May 8.���There is
nothing   doing   today   with   the
cases against McNamara brothers
antl their friends who are charged
with having blown up tbe Times
building. Tomorrow all the men
come up in court, and their
counsel will renew the application'
to have them released on bail.
The steel cage in which Camorrist prisoners sit during the progress
of their trial at Vitcrbo, Italy. So desperate are these criminals
considered ihai the Italian Government deemed it necessary to
enclose them in a cage even while in court.
ALL FAVOR
HOME RULE
Asquith   Says   the   Dominions
Are  Solid   for   It
HAS NO DOUBT
Tells Manchester Audience Every Premier Would Vote for
it if He Voted According to
His Constituents.
London, May 8.���Premier Asquith speaking al Manchester on
Saturday night told his audience
lhal not one premier of any of
the Dominions ove rthe seas but
j would vole to give Ireland Home
Rule, if he voyed according to the
way his constituencies [etl. The
Dominions were all united as to
the expediency of giving Ireland
Home Rule.
Five hundred and eighty-four
thousand "Helios" were wafted
in tones ranging from the softest
feminine dulcet to the roughest
masculine mar over Prince Rupert's 'phones during the months
between August lath, 1910, and
April 30th, 1911. There were also
five hundred and eighty-four thousand polite little feminine in-
quiries of "Number 1'lease" from
"Central." Not a single compalinl
of any serious nature was received
in that time. Minor interruptions
of the service were few. and
promptly put right, and subscribers all over are well pleased.
Fire Alarms in Order
Today Mr. Love, manager of
the Light and I'hone Department,
mentions that the old lire alarm
system    throughout    the   city   is
iis being  kepi  in   repair,
are eighteen  alarms alto-
Section Six is not quite
ensure
There
gel her.
ready yel.
Light up McBride
Tonight for the first time Mc-
Bride streel will be lighted, Everything is in readiness there to turn
on the current. Two new switch
boards have been installed at the
power plant lo control four different circuits, Sectinn Six is now
a distinct circuit by itself. So
far lhe sireel lighting is slill in
the same circuit with thc domestic
supply, bin later this will be
altered.
New 'Phone Directories
Li a few short months lhe
'Phone system of Prince Rupert
which is second to none on the
America,' continent, has outgrown
again in working order. Properly its latest Directory. Mr .Love
insulated wiring has been installed, reports thai ihe new directories
and the system so arranged as in will be available by ihe end of the
be under control of the Telephone week, and will be distributed i*>
Department   Central.    This  will subscribers.
GRAHAM ISLAND SETTLERS
HAVE MANY GRIEVANCES
Complain That the Island is Given Over to Coal Stakers and Absentee 0wners---Want to Make a Living But Cannot---Are
Angry and Discontented With the Government
coal,   oil    and    purchase
The   following   letter   has   been
received by lhe Dally News.    Ow
ing to iis exceptional importance
it   is  reproduced   in   full.    Tho
writer, who has spent several
mouths travelling among the settlements on business, describes
the sctllers as being filled wilh
discouragement al lhe way ihey
are being sacrificed for the speculators and foreign capitalists:
A Beautiful Place
"Wilhin   eighty   miles   of   lhe
future   terminus  of   the  Grand
Trunk Pacific Railway, on the
line of (he sleamer traffic between
tbe Orient  and   lhe  Dominion,  is
a group of islands, Indented by
harbors and walerways lhal will
lind no comparison in tbe world.
Virago, Massett and Skidegale
Sounds are all sheltered from
storms and are sife, for deep waler
vessels from one end to the other.
The whole of lhe wesl side of
Massett Inlel and lhe soulh
shore of Virago Sound, is uninhabited save for one whaling sla-
lion, recently erected al Naden
Harbor.     Roads   and    trails   are
noticeable by iheir absence, and
lhe shore line for hundreds of
miles, is in lhe hands of speculators
'plastered,'   to  use  a   term,  wilh
limber,    coal,   oil
slakes.
"The soil is all lhal can be
desired for growing fruits aud
vegetables; Inn ii is a 'no-man's
land' today. Hundreds and hundreds of land seekers, men of small
means, desiring to make for them-
selves and their families a home,
have spent their hard earnings
in 'cruising' for pre-emptions, or
places to purchase al a reasonable
price; bill their qucsl has been in
vain. If ihey do nol find 'stakes'
inserted iu their land, and they
Consider certain places available,
they are met With lhe 'report'
from lhe land ollice 'lhal limber,
coal and other rights exist,' and
they haVO bee,' compelled  lo seek
'pastures new.'
Driven Off the Land
" 'Blue print1 after 'blue print'
has been sold in ihe Immigrant,
on which is shown spare pieces of
I.md; but the pre-emptnr finds, on
making   application,    lhal   Others
will be relumed, after acceptance
Al   tbe  present   time  a  party  of
surveyors are engaged in defining
the lines on ISO miles of territory���
and lhal territory is in the hands
of one timber company. One
man staked twenty miles, for
purchase, and no surveyoi ever
wenl over the ground. Foreign
capital has been used in sending
mil 'stakers' and cruisers,' while
lhe men who desire to make a
permanent home on the soil of
(heir own country me driven away
The Duties of Government
"We hear the argument that tbe
holders   of   ihe   land   pay   taxes.
That the Government of the Province can show a surplus of millions
of   dollars.     Is   lhal   building   up
ihe country?   Is a government in
power In 'speculate,' or is it for
the purpose ol malting lhe Province
a home for (he thousands who
seek ihe wherewithal to build up
(be nation?    True it  is lhal   the
LOSES SEAT      |THE WORLD
BY ONE VOTE      WANTS MEN
Exciting  Political  Action   in
Great Britain
Paul's  Solution   of   the  Great
Problem
UNFAIRNESS CHARGED     | REV.  W.
Liberal Candidate at Exeter
After a Week's Recount before Two Judges Loses His Seat
by One Vote.
(Special to the Daily News)
London, May 8.���One of the
most exciting political trials has
jusl been concluded al Exeter,
with (he result that Mr. St. Maur,
the Liberal member was unseated,
and his opponent at the lasl
election, Mr. Duke. K, C, was
declared elected by one vote. Mr.
St. Muar previously held the seal
by four votes.
Kor an entire week the seal
had hung in ilu; balance. At any
moment the loss of iwo votes was
enough lo unseat Mr. St. Maur,
who was declared elected lasl
December by a majority of four
only. The invidious lask of deciding whether this vote or lhat
vote were good or bad, when so
much depended on a single ballot
paper, fell to the lot of Judges
Ridley and Channel), and lhe
course of the trial was of such a
see-saw nature lhal by the lasl
day excitement had risen lo fever
pilch.
When the decision became known the enthusiasm of Mr. Duke's
supporters and the bitterness of
Mr. St. Mam's sympathisers wore
unbounded, ami au unprecedented
encounter between Judge Ridley
and the unseated member took
place in the London train as it
stood in the station.
Smarting under a sense of defeat,
Mr. Si. Maur, addressing the
crowd   on   the   platform,   alluded
H.  MeLEOD S SERMON
"Socialistic Ideal Can Only be
Attained by the Work of Men
Inspired by the Christ Spirit'
Says This Pastor.
Only by the gradually increasing
number of strong ami good men
on the earth will this world ever
attain lo the ideal social slate
towards which mankind is striving.
This is the substance of Rev. W. II.
Mcl.eod's sermon lasl night on
"Paul's Solution of ihe World
Problem."
"The   world."   said    Rev.    Mr.
Mcl.eod.   "is wailing and  hoping
for men like Christ, and the world
will   reveille   satisfied   Until   il
finds such  men."    The Sm ilaistie
Ideal will never be won by finely
spun theories. Only men strong
for good, fnr brotherhood, and lhe
acusc of Christ on earth will ever
bring aboul ihe ideals of those
theories.
"You cannot build up the commonwealth  of  Canada  by  mere
genius alone. 11 must be genius
plus ihe Christ-like spirit. Cherish
the great Ide.d aud you will live
anil you will live .md work for it
for the whole of humanity.
"This is the greatest century
that ever has been for helpfulness
and brotherliness, li is because
of lhe spread ol the Christ Spirit.
This may be denied," said tbe
pastor, "bill 1 believe it."
Rev. Mr. Mcl.eod spoke enthusiastically for the influence of
the mothers in moulding for the
World  the  tvpe of  men  who will
to "unjust judges."    Judge Ridley (bring aboul the great ideal.   "Th-
was seated in the same coach, and  ank God," he said, "for Christian
ie  rose  and   placed  a  restraining  mothers.    Thai is where boys get
hand on Mr. St. Maur's shoulder 1 the foundation of character,
laud on the Islands would support am
closed   the  window.     BeforeI     "Lei   us  become   Godlike,'   he
have ihe ground.  Meit have placed I many thousands;  but how many Ithe train left Mr. St. Maur, how-1 concluded, "ami  we shall  never
their houses on pre-empted ground, will come where so many have lever, made it clear that he had no | be discouraged in our work.   '
cleared   the land  and   lived  mi  il | already gone away disgusted
lived
for years, only leaving with  permission, and today li "I lhal  ihey
are on timberlimlts.  oi hers have
paiil lhe government for land and
have been informed lhat the money
We intention of retracting his words.
hear a great deal of lhe potenlialil
ies of Vancouver lsiand.   There is
no comparison  between   the land
CONTINUED ON FAGE   4
us help ii]! lhe man who is drifting
down. So we shall solve the great
The "store news" in this issue I world-problems of sin and society."
would make il a valuable news- The Baptist church was thronged
paper, even if it contained no other last nighl, and lhe brightness "I
news. ' theserv ce was marked throughout, T H!E    D Al L
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T��kt notle�� that 1.4-jhn McLsod t��f Vincouvtr
c��rc-;��-.. ���  :��� ���������   :.���>.: to ippl) lor parmWon
I patroli -������'. on iht- following
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rked John McL.
s   g, i   rtm   S      -   tbaooi   outh BO chains,
thanoa north ho chain*.
chaini i    ;    "   il cummi-ncemt-'nt:
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... JQHS McLKOD
Lwlit- K. Waltar, Agent
^. - ������ h'indi Land District���Diatrict o(
'.'<*;��� : * I \ ancouver,
I ������'-. apply (or permission
;    ���     un on the following
; at a     -'    lantad about live miln
���  " -��� *   "I  t.'ii*  mouth  o   tbe
��M J   McL. K. R. Corner,
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uMMamant; wnuining 6 to
JUHN  McLKOU
Clirence McDowell, Agent
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Skwna Land District-Distnrt ,f r
Tuk��j notice that I. Mrs. John Corley ofP
Ruport, B.C.. occupation married woman ia*. ?
to apply for permission to purchaae the ���
deacribad lands: ""owing
CommencinK at a post planted  i'i chain.
ir,d UK) chains wuth from the louth west',  \-, *'ftsi
lot 1788, Coait District. Banco fi, thencc     "���',' "f
chains,  thence east 40 chains,  thence '
chains, thence west 40 chains mon- oi |i -
point   of   commencement,  oontali h . ,l"
mure or less. "'*
MRS. JOHN (Lottie) CORLEY
Date Mar. 2m, 1U1 mtl
I'ub. Apr. 4. 11*11
Skeent Land Districts-District of Coa.it u____*__ ,
Takw notice that Mary Bell B.r.,r. . ��� V^*
ver. B. C occupation tpiaiter. inter. J        u'   ,
fur uermiaaion to purchwe the following described
Commencing at a po��t  planted at th-. rn��k
ea��t corner of Lot 3**5U, thence alwut   10 eK.
north to Lot ITii, thence bi) chains **m\ t    i  ,
B98Si thenc* about 30 chaina south to Lot jjo
thenc*.-  10 chaini east, thence l!u t:.*.  ....  .'
I��t  R-i-l   thnnra 20  chain. *.-.*    ,i  '      ���'���
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Skeeni
John McU-o-1 of Vanoouvar,
..   . ���  ���   Intand to apply for permisnion
��� " a a;, i petroleum on the following
_��� i p.��t planted about two milea
������ . ��� Jth ol tr.* Tl-al Rlvar ar.d marked
."   M ..   - WMT. No. 31, thence mat 60
10  chaiiu.   ihence  east   bit
: . -   -"   N chaina to point of com-
����� 640 acres, more or less.
-. . .: juhn Mcleod
Leslie B. Walter Agent
Q***-. C:i-*   tta Island! Land DUtrict-DUtrict o
^ke ni
at I  Jo a McLe d o' Vai cou\e��,
:-.-<������ *:   ' stand   o a;p!y {or perm-aaion
- " al and petroleum o.. the following
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.-    ndaa watt of the nuuth of the
. marked J. MeL. N. E. Corner,
.::. M ehaina. thanei we*t w
rth 8    ehaina, ther.ce east 80
wnmanoement;   ontnir.ing &40
.    191L HN MLEOD
C'.aranoe McDowell, Agent
,. > lilac it Lnnd DUtriet���Datr c* o*
^k er.a
I.: 1. J r.r. MeLeod   f Vancou\*r.
���:. .r.-er.d to ,��ppl   fer perm:aaion
��� ."^-a. and petroleum oa rhe following
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-    -��� ���    '. the ro -tr. o: t e   TM R..er and
U  ��� S. E. Corner. No. 48, tner.ee n rth
���    t m.-*. ;:#-.c- west nj chains  tr*- ee louth nj
er.ee east  -0 chai     t    point of com-
or.:a;n;ng ��"-4y aere*. mora or tc *
811. JuHN  M LEOD
. :S. Clamrw McDowell, Agent
s.��- Charlotte I^ai :i L n: DUt/.ct���Datr let of
S ��� **-:.*
7 -k* r.���'.>. :��� a- I. Joka *\ L   d cf Van ojver,
or-;*'--'-  : rottvT. ;r.:e-.d t-' ap^lv 'or (Mfnaiaaoa
���   p~et oc coal a d ;*:Meum on   r.. ft.itw.ng
: ta *��� . Landi
CflN��0Bd&| a- a p K -:ar.: d ar    t tc r milaa
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T -    :. .-e- tad     tfkai J. M L        W. Co-ner.
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Qwer ChartoCtt I��Uci* Lar.d Datritt���DMrkl o'
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T-*.   notice Uaat I. Jons MeL��c-i of Vanco .ver,
'���.*-: to apply for permi��ior.
u I  - trolooa on *,h  Id   - i c
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rked J. McL. N. W, I   i
��0 chain .   than t �� it SO
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; . Clan e McDj*-.;. Aagaot
LAND  PURCHASE  NOTICE
Lot 8ft, thence 20 chain* eut, thence";
north,  thence 20  chaina eart  to  point   ,\ h*__7,
menct-ment: containing 2MJ acrm mort   ��� .������..
Post marked M. B. B., S.K. Corner.
Date-1 Feb.14, l&ll.       MARY BELL BE Vim*
uh. March 4 rtlUt>
Skeena Land A/iitrict��� DUtrict of Quean ( I aiotte
Islands
Take notice that Geo. H. Laux of Prince Uupert
B. C, occupation barber, intends t.j ^,-1, |0*
permit��ion to purcha* the following deacribed
lands:
Commencing at a poat pUnted a!....��� .,������,,,-
milea waat and one mile south from th��> mouth
of Stanly Creek, Naden Harbor, thance nuth 811
chains, thence weat 40 chains, thenoe north BO
chains, thenoe east 40 chains.
Dated March IT, 1911. GEO. H. LAUX
Pub. Aoril 22. Numa Danera, Agont
Skeena Land District���District of Coast,
Take notice that L J   H.  McAughey of  I'rince
RuDert, occupation miner, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the followinir described
lands:
Commencintr at a post planted at the southwest
corner of lot 2249. thence east 40 chair.?, thenee
aouth 6 chains, thence west 4o chains, thence
north C* chains to point of commencement, con-
taininfr 2" acres more or less.
Date Feb. 15. l&ll J. H. McAUGHEY
Pub. Feb. 25.1911. Andrew Kennedy. Agent
Skeena Land District���District of Caviar
Take notice that I Bolcom McDonald of Prince
Rupert. B.C.. occupntion laborer, intends to ap
ply for permission to purchase the followini: described lands:
CommencinK at a post planted three nnd one-
half miles in an easterly direction from the pnint
on Naas River where the Lava Lake trail betnr.i
and one mile in a northerly direction from the
said Lava Lake trail, thence north BO chains,
thence west 30 chains, thence south BO <.hains.
thence east chains to point of commencement,
(vmtaininir ***$* acres.
Date F*b. 3.1911. BOLCOM M,-Di A'AI.U
Pub, Mnr. in. Joseph Belway. Axent
Skeena Land DUtrict-District of Coast
Take notice that  I. William Anderson, -f Vancouver.  B.C.. occupation  clerk, intends to apply
for permission to purchue the following describe
ed lands:
Commencing at a post planted and marked VV.
A. northwest corner, and about 1 mile from Alexander Buchan northern boundary Una; thence
south NJ chains, thence enst �� chains thence
north * chaini. thence west SO chains, to point of
cmmencement, containing^* acre�� moreorleci,
WILLIAM ANDERSON,
Dated 1st Feb. 1911 Charles B. Stark. Agent
Pub. Feb. 25.
Skeena Land District���DUtrict of Queen Chariotta
Take notice that Frank Levick of Woodstock,
Oct., occupation bookkeeper, intends to a;>ply
for permission to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted abcut seven
miles weat and two miles (ou'b ol the mouth ol
Stanley Creek where it empties ir.to Nadec
Harbor. Graham Island, ther.ce ?0 chains south,
thenoe SO chains east, thenee 80 chaini r.orth,
thence SO chains weat to point of commencement
and contanir.g 640 acres more or leas.
Dated Marcn 17, 1911. FRANK LEVICK
Pub. April 7. Numa DOOM n   *tm
I
- -   ~Dm*:.*ic: o*. Queen Char, tta
Uanls
T*- ��� ���;    <V. Arnott of Pnnce
3.   C   occupation   renj   estate   broker.
-  :...  '.:< perniiwor. to purchaae the
I  jaaaltsJ .ands;
-rc.*.i  a:   a  p-;st   planted   about   seven
a^taJi'naie **���: and one mUe louth
-   -������       Stanly   Creek. Naden Harbor.
--���   ���     -.--        tet  *   it]    BO   chains,
:���*������* tu: *   *-*-.. theoee north i   efa.ai.na.
Dated Mara IT  ;.-;:. GEO   w. ARNttTT
; .:. A;r_ -��� Numa twmert. Agent
>L**n Land DUtrict���Dutrict of Coaat Rar.ge 5
Taa*I ' ** ������.*��� \*imi Baaton of Prince Rj;*rt.
���--.:- ���   is to a?p:> for per-
=uw��t M pwefcaea the leflowtag de*cnbfri lands:
-~**:-i  at a poot plaatad at the aouth
eaa: ccreer cc l/r. 3i>:*. tbaoaa ���*'.' cha;r.s m-wt,
mtmtze*} ;.  :*a_-j * _:i     --',c* about 60 ehalm
eait tc Lakl - -aa.**.  -.r.-riC* T.��ar.ierr.r sail lake
���idee iz u. MRkany teeetton **o point of com*
aeaeeate*:     tcr.tai: -�����  ."    acres, more or less,
F^t aaarfcad a. B, N. E. Corner.
Datad Pet. 14,1��1L ANGUS BEATuK
?���-���. Ma---    ���
I Lai i Dtatrict���Diitnct of Coast.
othat Miller, vf Vase war,
I ���    ..-*���'  batcher   Inti -���:- to ap|
purchaae the foUowinf described
/ tl a post plant rtl aS ;t 1 chair.
'- * v-.^r a: the head of Ltteo Bkbe Bay. and
- .-��� ���-. .' M. # N E c rr^r. :r.er.-e waat I ehaina,
tl   I      halna,  ther.ce east  R) chain*
i ��� *   to |    nl  of   commencement, contai&ir.ir **, acres m^rr or less.
JOHN MILLER.
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Pab. April IS, T. I*. LmiT.,    .    |
GEO. W. MORROW
1076 Nelson St . Va.-.c:
cr. B.C.
its fi
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UANli 1.KA5E NOTICE
tti *  chaini   thence ea��t | 1
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jo*-vh b*.*iy  Arer,.   eh4trif Vt t-J(t  ,4 com met a cement, conuir.ir.t ���-     \Vc have K
                   acre, mofe or less.
Lot 13, Bl. 11, Sec. 5
only one left at
$1000
WM. .LBBUE
T. La. Ua.ad. Airent
Pab. Afr.'. 2>U|. 1911
Hi the 3 aaljuininp liat? with
in the laM weeka to li"'.il buyen
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Some Rich Ore
A sal ; ::ic -i!s er-lea
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i H,./' '��� n was ��� night here >
'..; ' ,-. the i ipcral r, \'ari"ii>
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.i-Navi-d .i- I . .a- 1350 .a ti n
H ere'i ^oi ^ i be nine :"rtu,'��
wrung ��'iit ol tl ��� "ra' i, the Grand
' Mountain mine,
Dance   Weekly   dance   every
Saturday in the K. <>t P, Hall l-'.'tim
Ilia' store lhal ni.iWc- ii> nd-
vertiring VAI I Mil E TO YOU
earns your supiwrt, Every day
some store's ndvortising is par.
ticularly valuable i" y>u nm
you can discover Vfhich sia'ii' ant.
what adverdsenteni In n few moments,
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CHARLCS MORRIS
Puh. M��r : . Joan.h H.'.aa/aa. Aara'tit
Sawn. Und tlUtrict -Plat rict ol C.a����t IUn|tr 5
T.kr riotw. th.t Willi.raa Knanklui ('.tpriitrr
cl l*rir.ff- Rupirt. !' C, .x-caif,*ai..n rMUUtaBI
ka*p*f. rtr-alito .Pia'.v tot taaanaiaja!.i.an ta' 1'iirrhM.
th. fi\aaaa.lrait alr.rril'asl lataal  :
a a-aanat'Ticilie nt ��� (s^t pl.nta'l at thr ��'mh eaa.1
rafrrr a'( aura-r, rd I.M 1T\^. thrrcr f0 rh.in,
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thrnrr *2li fhaam, aiaarth. thrtaay t.'a rh.m, aar.l
thfncr about 2', eh.in. na'flh to Uai ;la't;''. thrnrr
about N ItMlaa r.al taa ��,.aath raa*t ra'rnar a'l l.ot
��� "��'���*. lh.nrr .Inatit M eh.in, north to 1,,'t 1711.
ihrnra- aaKaiat :>', chain, rart lo jwint of Ca'raana.nca'.
rnrnt.  caantatnlrit IM' arrraa, m.'rr or taaaw.
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I'uh March I.
wil.UAM ru.WKt.ls CARFINTIR
Stara-naljanat tti.tTirt    Dtatrict A t'.aa.t.
Tatar matter lhal t. t.r.li.j I"  Waltra. of vaaOOtt*
arr. Ill",  .arriu-atiaaai or.-ia,. |..r. Intondl  taa a,f.
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 'nt at a |a..��i talantod and martml U
y. \*. i B.K   nt aaa.i imnuMiatol) aaljadnlna
i'.��.i maraod w -\ - s \\  , -a.,,. jt,,., north to
rtllUn.,   thrnar aa.-.l   ��'   ,l,,.i���,.   Ih.tH-r   KtuUt   la'
chalna thorn ����t M .���!���(,,.,���. t.. |.,.i,ai ,.f ,������,,,.
nirita'rlaarlal. a-a'llljla'aat .    Q     ..�����������    ailolr Ot If.*
  LKSI ll I   WAI lf.lt.
D*tmt III I lb., I'.'ll ll.ailra II. Allan. Ana-ait
I'uli. trh. -it..
..������ri'hL'av.i.laV - .-'.-Dutnct of
-������-������
���   -     .  '.   , Taae r.ot.ca iha: 1. Jrhc MeLawi cf Var.eoua.r
occupotion brokor. Ictond to apply tor permtaton
- .;mel (or av��; ani wtrwrunt, r ���
it,--
- tt. T'a-��1 Riv�� ��nd ir.ar��aad ;.   MeL.  S. E. t'orrr-
Nc    1. thrnw north  H chain., thmcr  nol   -
I .   ���    tr.er.c.  Moth   H  eha.r.a.   IhlBOl  ran   N
cr.air.*  to  point   of   caamm.r.orrr.rr.t*    eor.tai-ri
M0 acre, rr.or. or It*.
Da-.M Frh. IJ, 1911. JOHN' UeLEOD
rub. F.b. 21. Clarar.er Mcl'.., :. \k-,nl
Qua��r. Chariott. laland. Un.i l>i��tnct���Ilutrict of
^Ktarr.a
Take r.otio. that 1. John MeUod of Vanca'uvrr
ccc-pation broker  Intond to appl) for porniiaiion'
to propwl for coal and petroleam or. thc tol
Jewr.taaM ianda: "
t"on-.ncnci.-i�� at a paa,t planted ahout t��o mtlta,
��'.a-v ani l��o mile. ��a��t of the mouth .'f lhe
l.A'i Kiaer and mark.Ki J. Mc.L N. E Cant*
N* 4". thencaa aoulh N chair... ihmca ��,-,: 80
ehairj. t'er.ce rorth fc> chain, ihenn> rut ,.ta
chain, te point of commencement; eoaUlnlna tltal
acre., more or lea*.
l'ate.l Feb ::. ISU. VHN  McLKOD
I'ub. Feb. 24 Clarrpec McDowoll, i,-, nl
hkrena Un,l l>i.trict-la,.;rict of jjuren Chariot!
ulataaji
Take noi���v that J. II   Uurehj ,-! Vaaoouw
U. t     occupotion eommoKlal tr........   ,,,..,:
atr vuk'" ��������� ������
Commoodta at a M>t plantod aboul ,ra..n
milraa mm  and onr mile aoulh  fra.-,  tho m..uih
of Mania  ('rax-k. N��,lr, Math ��� ,J:'" ;
Cham,,  thonoo  ��r.l   40 chains  th.     .
chain., thrt.ee eoat 4H c    mv "   Jl
Datnl March IT. ISU. J   u    .,, ,,,,���..
KTAprtfa NumalU^.1^^
Skeena Und Diitrict-Dl.trict of Coast
Take notice that I. Peter Reid. aaf Vane. ver.
B.C.. occupalion teamster, intends l> ap;.iy f���r
permiaaion lo purohaao lhe following descntW
lands:
Commencing at a post planted aodnarkodP.
R. s S.W. corner and immediataeir adjoinlni pawu
marked J.M. �� N.E. corner andA.B.s SK car-
ner; Ihence north lit' chains, ihence east 4 .hams,
thence south C" chains, therce west 4 ehalBI. to
point of    cuammencement,   contamtr.ir    J    acres
 r leas. PETER KEID.
Dated 1st Feb. 1911 Charles U. Allen. Airent
Pub. Feb. 25.
keer.a Ur.d District���District of Coast Ranjc V
Take notice that Charles P. Otter af Prion
Rupert.   U.  C.  occupation  sura'eyor.  ;:
apply  for  permioaion  to  purchase the [oOowisg
dc��ritwl landa:
Commencina at a poot planted at the - rth. ,-ast
corner of surveyed lol 39*4, Range .'. CooM D��
tr.ct. thence in an easterly direction alonn tb��
southerly limil of surveyed lot 3W1 ar. 1 the projection ihereof 40 ehains to a point, thmci I ���'���*
parallel to the easterly limit of sur-a. ad lol Itt
aforesaid 60 chains more or ;e*s t" f- ���'������"���
Umll of a timber limit No. 425W . thonea -a-t
*0 ,���'..:* more or lesas to a point la thl ir'i-ctiuti
southerly of the easterly limit aaf surveyed lot
���ai-M. thence in a northerly direction a! ���,' '���
projection of the said limit and alor.t: taa >
iirr.it aka chains more or less to point of comrier.ee-
ment, containing 240 acrea more or leas.
Dated Mareh 5. 1911. CHARLES !'. OTTER
Pub. March 2S.
Coast Range 5 Und District
Take   notice   that   I.   John   Hepburn   of   hit"
sutr.kalum,   occupation   farmer,  intend  t" app,)'
for permiaaion to purchase the followng descnoeal
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at tho cor-
comer ot Lot 39S3, thenee east 20 chair'.
south  40 chaina, thonce weot 20 el���a. "���
north 40 chains to place ol commencement-
Dated March IS, 1911. JOHN aHEPBlTUi
Pub April IS.
Skeona Und District���Districl of Coast Kar.fe 5
Take notioe that Aleiander Beaton of "aaOM-
ver. B. C.. occupation carpenter, inten i- to I] I ���:���
for permiaaion to purchase the folloanng !��������" "'
lar is:
'.'ommenctng at a paast planted SO chains soJth
from the south w��t corner of Uat 3 '���"'' ���' ,:
marked A   B., N. W. Corner, ther.ce ���
soulh, thenco SO  ehaino oaat, ihenee JO chair..
north,  the-,c�� SO chains w��et  to point of commencement; conuining 200 aerea. moe* or
Dat.-l Feb. 13, 1911.      ALEXANDER BEATON
l\b. March 4.
Skeena Land District-District of Caastor
Tn��e notico lhat 1 Arthur James Welsh,   : Van-
���������. i-eupation broker, intends to a;:        *
jaermtsslaan to purchase  the following   :���������-"-'
Un.is:
aaalas at a p.ast planteal three ia- '      ';
��� -   n an easterly aiirectiaan fr'm the I    !
on Naaa Rlvar where the Uva Lake troll eon
- t'.iar the trail, thenoe east eighty  ahatt".
thonea -   .th v.. ohains.   thence   wrst   -      ' '   ';
tha -va north hi chains to point of eomniena-enrr.i
rontaininir t>4t> acres mvare or less. ..........
Data Pob 8, 1911        ARTHUR JAMES �� EU ��
Pah, Mnr. 10 Joseph Belwaay. Maul
Ska-ma Und District-District of Cast
Taka   r.oti,-e   that   I. Alexander   Baahan, 0'
Vancouver. B.C.. occupalion butcher, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the followlol
deicrlbod lands:
^ Commondni a post planted and marVe.1 A '��� *
s ).. ca-rnrr. and aaljoininp poats markoai .1 M s
N 1. earner and P.R.'s S.E. corner: thor.a-" **tn
-���a-hains. thena-e north H> chains, thenre eist <u
chains, thence south r*> chains to point 'if ll'm*
ntOBOomant, caanlaininar at40 acres more ot MI-
ALEXANDER Bit HAN ,
'nto.1 1st Feb.. 1911 Charles H. Allen. Auent
I'.al.. F.l. H
-kiHra Ur.d District���District of Coj'i
lake notice that   Freal  \V.  Bohler of  KiKJjn-
kaluni.  laceupation  larmer.  intends to al ;
iwrmiwon   to   purchaae   the   lollowing   alaicribco
lands.
Ciammeticing at a pa��t plan'ed at the north"
ist (vriiiT of     .a   \i^i ^.^a'. na^-nmtihon. fh'jnci.
Skeena land District
Take notice lhat tie
M. I'., oeeupalii't! clerk.
District  -District -: Coait Rano. i
Take rotwe^hatt^e Uv,.-, ... I'r*,n.   "{.I^f
D.  v..   occupation   cutk.     ,- ���   ���. ���,    .,   ,.   "  rV
fmmmm.  to  purchaa, ,|���- ,��� ��� B|  ^JJJ
t'otunirnclng   at   a   ;>.a.a   ,.;, .   ,
Ukrl* Uke .taatutlSilr'...,..!, "...^i'.'l   ""r''   "'
I       >'l"i;���r l.EVU'K
Skeena Und Dislrici    |i���|..,.,   ,a ,.
lake  na'llee that   Mr,   |      ���   ','.,   , \ * '*,***   ,
l'a.,1.    MlniMMU,    ..-.. . .  ':���""'"   '" St
lutein,, to applv   (.1   I ""Mian
lollowini toertbod landi ''  ""wihaaa tit,.
t'aainn ritclng at a poll ..: --, 1 .. .
comer of 1 01 No. 1181 marked M, 1 ' ',':"' ''"������"
iiortlM'a.l crner. tlu-iir, a,,.., an A. """mi's
south SO chains thonn ,.,,., ������ ' ''"��� "'nice
norlh so chains lo |aa��| ���(,.���,', ''""'"j I hence
tamtiiB SM acrao mon' or l,��� "'Vittitil. ron
iTOisrir%u ^���>-����� h .nam
****��� K. I 111 nam    ._,,_
..........-aaoiiin  .1   .  paw;   pian'a^a  av   ""   ������  '-
raast avrner of A. McUod'i pre-emplion. thoBJJ
M chants aanith, thence 10 chain easl, thenca' -��
chains north, thence 10 chains aa-est to post '"
coninirncenient containing 20 acres mon' or 1.���
Datod April 10,1911. FRIEDRICH W. BOHI.h��
1 uh- April 22 Frtrf Hamplon- Al"'
Skoona Und Disirict -Diatrict of Coa-t K��'>'' '
laiko notic ihat I. Lionel Kingsley of Vane";
Jm.   II-   l'.,  occupation   miner,  intend   to ai'TO
for ivnnlaaion to purchase the following Heaacnll"
l.als:
Commencing at a Paast planted near the lOKJ
��al .v'riirr .af Lol 992. Uange S, Coast   Di"'ntl
thoneo  ��,��i   40 chains,  thence aouth  HD ''I**"**
thoneo oasi  t,l chains, thence north 60 chains 10
Point   .af aanaaaaaa.n..M ...
LIONEL BN0SLB1
-���-.A caanitneneemenl.
.'ate.1 March 24. 1911.
Pab, April:''
WwaM Uit.l District -District ot Oueen Chtf*JJ
lake   ���oii��a  ihat   llulwrt   O.   Crew   of  I" "
lauivrt. It   C . aaceuiaatiaan agent, intends 10 al'l">
'"r parmi
landi
        ..   . rew  o,   ���������].,
a  . occupation agent, intends to al 1 ���
���Ion to iiurchase the lollowing drscn"'"
' oHiiiirncing at a poat planled about ' 1
"'���ia- ��r.t ,i'���l half a ainlc south of the mouth ��
stanley firek vahrre it empties into ?��"
I ��rl.,���. Oraham Island, thence eut 41' __'���"''
hanco north 10 chaina. ihenca- ��-est 40 chain'.
Ihonea souih 40 chains 10 l>v|nt ot coniniencmein
and eonulnltu IM acres more .ar leoo. ..���_.������
alr.l March IT, 1911   "      "
Pub, April 7.
'|U';'1IERT 0. CBBff
Numa Demon. ���'*""��� THE DAILY NEWS
WE  HAVE  BUYERS  FOR  LOTS IN
STEWART
en
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers, Prince Rupert and Stewart, B. C.
Agenta for Stewart Land Company,  Limited
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This is a little section of the paper, which from day ti> day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Kupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in ils discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a Bocial need.
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SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Mrs. Noil McNeill was the hostess of an exceedingly smart Bridge
party on Saturday afternoon. The
drawing rooms wort' profusely dec*
orated with pink and white carnations anil presented a charming
appearance Mrs. McNeill was
gowned in a handsome costume
of blue rajah, and was assisted
by Miss Brown and Miss McMaster. Tlie prize winners were
Mrs. Morris, Mrs. Ward and Mrs.
McMaster. The players were Mrs.
Stanley Spain, Mrs. I). G. Stewart,
Mrs. \V. E. Burritt, Mrs. Stewart
Johnson, Mrs. Helmers, Mrs. McLennan, Mrs. Clements, Mrs. Tremayne, Mrs. Craig, Miss Craig,
Mrs. Palmer, Mrs. McMaster, Mrs.
Cade, Mrs. Venior Smith, Mrs.
Ward, Mrs. Naden, Mrs. H. I..
Johnston, Mrs. Morris, Mrs. Lamont and Miss Pin.der also came
in to tea.
We supply Farmhouses, Camps, Mines, and
save the buyer money.
Write for our   Price   List
Mail orders receive prompt attention
Largest Stock  in  Northern  B. C.
Mrs. Daniel Mcl.eod entertained
pleasantly at cards on Thursday
afternoon. Two tables of Bridge
antl one of Five Hundred were
made up. Mrs. Stewart Johnson
was the prize winner at the Bridge,
while Miss Holtby won the Five
Hundred prize, the guests included:
Mrs. Wark, Mrs. Hall, Mrs. Stewart Johnson, Mrs. Smith, Mrs.
Helmers, Mrs. McMordie, Miss
Frond, Miss Holtby, Miss Grant,
Miss Delorme.
That you have also been counted
out.
"Down and oul!"    Man is never
that
If he has the courage to start
again;
If Fate has humbled and knocked
him flat.
He still can Bmile on liis fellow-
men.
If he has the coinage to hide his
frown
Remember this as you go about,
Although today lie is surely down
It's a mortal cinch that he isn't
out.
���Edgar A. Guesl
Water Notice
Notice is hereby given that an application will bo made under Part V. of
the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
license in tin' Queen Charlotte Division
nf Skeena District.
[ll
Thi' name, address and occupation
Yo
loung,
Min-
uf tin' applicant  is  George
Victoria, B.C.
llf for mining purposes)   Free
it's Certificate No	
(b)   The name of the lake,   stream  or
soiinv (if unnamed, the description
is] Ain bake and Ain Kiver.
(cl   The pnint <if diversion at  or  near
Ain bake.
(ill   The quantity of water applied for ',
(in cubic feet per second) 1000.
(cl   The   character   of   the   proposed
works, dam, Hume,   pipe-line,  power
engines, plant, etc.
If)   Tin' premises on which the  water |
is to lie used  (describe  same)   at  or
near mouth Ain River,Haasai Inlet.
i|tl   The purposes for which the water
is tn be used is  for power development and mill operations.
ihi If fnr irrigation, describe the
laiiii to |���. irrigated, giving  acreage.
Iii lf tbe water is to bc used fcr power or mining purposes, describe the
place where the water is to be returned tn some natural channel, and
tlo; difference in altitude between the
poinl of diversion and point of return
At or near mouth of Ain Hiver,about
I'll feet below lake level.
Ol Area CPf Crown land intended to be
occupied by the proposed works	
00 I liis notice was Dotted on the
"tndav of April, 1911, und application will In, made tn the Commissioner
on the 20th day of May. 1911.
01 Give tlu> names and addresses of
��ny riparian proprietors or licensees
Who nr Whose lands are likely to be
iill'i'lail by the proposed works.either
Move nr below the outlet.    None.
GEORGE YOUNG,
��� , II. Edensbaw, Agent
*���*>��� Box 285, Prince Rupert, H.C.
Note-One cubic foot par second is
univalent to ;ir>.71 miner's inches.
���'"I'. April 129, 19H,
Mrs. Dawson was also a hostess
m Thursday, entertaining in honor
if   Mrs.   Stork   who   is   leaving
^~~ shortly   on   a   visit   to   Kngland.
SERGE AND SILK COAT SUIT; M��* Sweet ami Mrs. Stork were
the fortunate prize-winners. The
guests were: Mrs. I). G. Stewart,
Mrs. J. V. Austin. Mrs. C. B.
I.ockhart, Mrs. Antott, Mrs. Mc-
Caffery, Mrs. Hugh Dunn, Mrs.
Reddie, Mrs. Anderson.
Mrs. dementi gave a small but
delightful Bridge on Saturday evening at which Mrs. Vernor Smith
captured the star prize. The
guests were Mr. antl Mrs. Vernor
Smith, Mr. ami Mrs. Pillsbury,
Mr. and Mrs. McLennan, Mrs.
Stewart Johnson, Miss Milligan,
Mis-s Johnstone, Dr. and Mrs.
Tremayne. Mr. IL P. Wilson and
Mr. Foster.
KISSES FOR EVERYBODY
Quaint Old Country Custom-
Works Also in Canada
A quaint kissing custom still
exists in the pretty little Wiltshire
town of Hungerford. An ancient
toll is claimed by the authorities
on Faster Monday from every
man and woman in the town.
From the men the toll is one penny,
but that imposed on the women is
a kiss! The custom is maintained
by two beadles, who march from
house to house, antl levy their
quaint taxes. After the bead
have hatl their innings, every
man is at liberty to embrace any
girl he meets. And Hungerford
is crowded with visitors on Easter
Monday.
Double Weekly Service
S.S. PRINCE RUPERT and S.S. PRINCE GEORGE
For Stewart, Thursdays, 8.00 a.m.
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Mondays and Fridays at 8 a.m.
ss. Prince Albert sails for Port   Simpson, Naas Kivor Points, Masset,
Ntulen Harbor,   every  Wednesday, 1.00 p.m.
und for:
Refuge Hay,   Skidegate,   Queen
Charlotte City,   Lockeport,   Pa-
coli, Jetlway,   Ikeda Bay,   Hose
11 arbor  and   return  via  Queen
Charlutte City every  Saturday,
1.00 p.m.
The  Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains over its
double  track route  between  Chicago,
Toronto,   Montreal,   Quebec,   Halifax,
Portland, Boston, New York and Philadelphia.    Information   and tickets  obtainable from the ollice hereunder mentioned.    Trans-Atlantic bookings by all
lines arranged.
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND   PASSENGElt   AGENT
FAMOUS PRINCESS LINE
Canadian Pacific Railway  -   B.C. Coasl Steamship Scrvke
Princess May
Northbound, May 8th
Southbound, May 12th
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COAL   NOTICE
��""���"' CkartotU Islands Und DUtrict  -Diatrict ol
T.k,.
Skeona
_ '',"' '1">' 1, John McLoaad ol Vancouver,
won   iwkw, Intend to apply tor pormi>��ion
WI coal and potroltum on the lollowini
USEFUL TO HOUSEWIVES
Half a Dozen Handy Household
Hints
Badly Btained knovea may bo
> made* Ut look as ^(mkI as new l>y
! rubbing on charcoal.
Train fnr Winnipeg iinti Toronto loaves Vancouver at
9 a.m. daily
Imperial Limited fnr Chicago,
Montreal antl New York. Hest train across the
continent, leaves Vancouuer daily at .1,45 p.m.
Carries compartment observation cam. the finest
car on any road any when*.
Ann! for all Atlantic Steamship lines. Tickets
to and from European points.
J. G. McNab General Agent
New
Knox
Hotel
BESNER & BESNER, (Proprietors
The New Knox Hotel In run on the Kumpean
plan. First-class service All the Latest Modern
Improvements. -:-:- BEDS 60c UP
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
,**mmJ.**m***<r*-**>-^-***^* *���***������ *$**-*-���
-1
j ITEMS   OF . . |
'SPORT!
.���*.-
In reply to Enquirer: Sam
Langford is a Canadian, He was
born at Weymouth, Nova Scotia,
March  I, 1886.
Berlin is to have a permanent
stadium in the center of the ciiy.
11 lias nothing to do with the
Olympic stadium which is planned
for Grunewald, the woods west of
Berlin.
News comes from Brandon that
Queen's Ideal lias made the fastest
time at the track so far this year.
The time was 2.^2 for the mile,
which is considered fast for so
early in the spring.
The King has been pleased to
intimate that he will present a cup
to be sailed for by the "A" class
schooners, yawls and ketches above
T.i metres in the lirst Festival of
the International Yacht Racing,
of which His .Majesty is patron.
The regatta will take place olT
Spithead on August 7 and 8.
Battling Nelson will box Danny
Decker June 17 before Al ller-
ford's club in Baltimore.
Champion C.otch has practically
accepted Hackenschmidt's challenge for a world's championship
match to be held in Chicago,
probably at the American League
baseball park, on Labor Day.
Gotch has been offered $20,000
for his end, while llackenschmidi
will work on the percentage basis.
OUT OF THE BOX
	
If a soft piece of homemade
bread is rubbed <m a ���scorch on
woollen goods it will remove it c-
! tirely.
Spokane is getting a Hying start
in this race for the Mag, but
Seattle is holding the place nicely
and Vancouver is coming up at
thc expense of Tacoma. Tacoma
may be expected to take a brace
soon, and Portland will get better,
so if Victoria will only gel going
it will be a merry scrap yet for
that bunting.
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OFFICE     :      :   I
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For nil kinds of help, 'cooks, )
waiters, dishwashers, hotel por- j
ti-i's, iill kinds of laborers or me- >
chanics, call up j
Phone No. 178 I
i
ir call ni tha-
Grand Hotel Free  Employment  Office
Headquarters for cooks & waltei
S   i
ROGERS & BLACK
WHOLESALE   DEALERS IN���
Building  Material,   Cement,   Lime,
Hair-fibre Plaster, Coke, Blacksmith
Coal,   Common Brick,
Pressed Brick
Shingles, Lath, New Wellington Coal
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED
See Us for Prices.
Phone No. 116
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE ANI) RETAIL DRUGGIST
Phone No. 200 P. O. Box SKO
PRINCE KUPERT. B.C.
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* w. j. McCutcheon
Curries eiiini'leta- stiK'k nt Druiria.   Bptdll
attention I'sial tu MlinK pri'iaerliitinns.
Theatre Block phohi no. i*.i Second Ave.
M-++++++++++++++++++++++++
>C CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Tramfer Agents
Orders promptly (Weal.   Prices muaainsble.
OFFICE-H. R. ltiactia>��t<T. Onlraa St.    Phona) a.
Reilly's Bakery Lunch
Empress Theatre Basement
Cor. 2nd Ave. and 6th Street
Mrs. DuVernet entertained at
the   tat   hour   on   Saturday   in
honor <>f Mrs. Horace DuVernet.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace DuVernet
left yesterday morning for their
home at Kitsumkalum.
Mr. (). B. Smith, manager of
the famous Granby mine at Phoenix, left this morning on a trip to
GootO May.
to |ir
di
A few wise designer) have von
Hired to prophesy a vogue for
green antl blue in die wake of the
Hood of red which has rushed upon
us   this  season,  antl   some  lovely
models have lieen made up in
these combined shades. Take for
example this suit. The design is
exceedingly chic antl the material
is a diagonal serge in the new
king's blue.    Insert pieces iu skirt
and coat are green taffeta.   The
idea   of   inset    pieces   of   taffeta
I post plstltoal sbout two milss ' . a      .ar   ���,'     ,      ���,���|    aaa I IV
of the Tl-el Hiver snd msrked ' IS   IH'W   a'.'ll    cllcttl\C,   .111(1    Ul.lilN
mmtTtSS1** ". * I'���' Pl^to'l sbout two mil.
I   Mcl '"*m��uth "' the Tl- ' '
ehains   aK.."   V' ''"""or, No. 29, thenco south 80
ehi",' ,,  ""' **"��� 80 chains,  thence  north  80
Bitr,',.,,"' *_*.   m i11*!"" to point ol com-
lnia.i i ,'i   .,F"?uln,nll 6,�� ter***, more or loss.
full hh if1' U" JOHN MCLEOD
-'��� Clsrence McDowell, Aient
<"'����Charlotte I,|���nd.L.nd District-District
Tske nnal Skeena
���Wipstlon �� I C! Joh'1 Md-wid ol Vsncouver,
'''I'laiMi i i.'kt'r', ^'I'lnd to spply tor permission
da arti Jj mj*" '""I petroleum on tho lollowini
'"ila���. 'I'llm1!1""18 , "l " P0"1 plant oil sbout two
!!����� il.ii,"'"1 lwo mll�� ����l "I tho mouth ol
J. Me. v1"?, Orslntn Islsnd, snd msrked
ehaina. il,'.,' w' 'iirner, No. ,'14, thonce south 80
���'���">*���'��� Km 25 H fh��!ns, thonco north 80
sn" -
a
Pub. Feb,
'tains "ti������   *��� 'orner, No. 114, thonce south 80
rlaaaa.j..' ,,     "��'  ��' 'hsins,  thenco north 80
" ,���,,..'.'"':  *'�� 80 chains to point ol com-
liaia.i *',. "���_*"}**l'ili>t 640 seres, moro or loss.
���"-. 1011.
il.
JOHN McLKOD
Clsrence McDowell, Aient
""lotte '"'""i'i" Und DUtrict-District o
lake i������i,��� ,,     , Skeens
���tupatimi   ,'i "l ���) J"hn Mcl-a-od ol Vsncouvor
'"I" |   ""K't, Intend to spply lor permission
Macrll a ,| |,'", *"il ��t"l petroleum on tho lollowini
JJDlh in���liSUL! i""f Planted nhout two mil.
��� -,'1',?!'!"",'��,w����t iVt'ho mouth ofthe'fM
Uwnea ,,,,,   "J!.''1 I* McL, S. W. Cornor, No. U,
l,,"l",' louth .,, 'halna, thenco osst 80 chsina.
Wnt o| ' m Ohalm, thenci' Wat 80 chnins to
?'"" nr Ir '"""'"������'''nenti contaiiilnl 010 acres,
""'''I Ful, .m
I'ub. |���|, ;._��������� 'Oil. JOHN McLKOD
Clarence McDowell, Aient
be  copied   m   self-lone
equally good results.
filk   with
HOUSEHOLD NOTES
Apt to Come in Useful Now and
Then
By Sprinkling B goodly amount
of salt over a carpet five or ten
minutes  before  sweeping,   mere
will be little dust raised when the
sweeping is done.
Have you a "silent" musical
instrument in your home? unlesi
it's ANCHORED there by sentiment, let a "for sale" at I lit nit-
Daily News find B buyer for it.
Mrs.   Alan   Kennedy  who  has
bent   visiting   her  daughter   Mrs
R. A. McMordie, left this morning
for her home in Spokane.
DOWN AND OUT
"Down and out" is a phrase wc use
Too oft in a heedless, careless
way,
Because one battle a man may lose
"He   is   tlown   and   out,"   the
scoffers say.
But many have risen to win renown
Who have felt the sting of fate's
knotted knout;
It  doesn't   follow  beacuse he's
down,
That a man hits also been counted out.
There's always a  chance  to rise
again;
If a man has faith in himself ami
tries.
lit- can win the cheers of his fellow
men
And   some   time   capture   the
golden prize.
Today's tlefeat isn't Worth a frown.
Keep your eyes ahead ami your
courage stout.
It  doesn't  follow  because  you're
down
Vegetables will take longer to
cook, but will be much nicer and
of belter color if boiled uncovered.
A tasty way of using left over
lioiled rice is to put a piece of
butter in the frying pan ami
adding the rice when the butter
sixties.   Fry until brown.
To make celery firm antl crisp
and with a salty flavor liketl Inmost people, clean as usual and
soak in cold, salty water for an
hour before serving.
I Northern Produce Co'y.
WHOLESALE PROVISIONS,
FRUITS and VEGETABLES
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SUIPPING ORDERS ]
Phone 151
Phone 151
Fruit : Produce
WHOLESALE
Feed
Kggs will keep well packed in
dry salt with the small entl tlown.
Grease the shell with lard before
packing, and |x>ur melted lartl
over the top layer of salt.
When boiling cabbage, cut the
cabbage in quarters and slip each
quartet Into a separate cheesesloth
bag. Then when it is cooked it
comes out intact.
To remove the fat from soup or
broth intended for an invalid, it
is  not  necessary   t<t allow   it   to
become cold, as is usually done.
Instead, place a fine wire sieve
on   ice,   until   it   is   thoroughly
chilled) and pour the liquid through
this.    If thc liquid is partially
cooled the fat will solidify On the
cold wire antl  the broth  will  be
ready for use immediately.
To wash chamois gloves ami
keep them soft, first put the gloves
on the hands, using lukewarm
water and pure nap. Wash in
this later until the gloves are
thoroughly cleansed, then rinse
in clear water of the same temperature, but before taking off the
gloves, cover them again with a
lather of the soap. Allow them tO
dry in the shape.
If you had never been inside any
store in this city you would DC
able to decide where to go by
reading the store ads in this paper.
H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave.
W. U BARKER
Architect
Second aveiuc and Third street
Over Wa-stenhnver Hros.' Oflice
MUNRO  *   LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Unililiii^, Seconal Avenue.
STUART &  STKWART
ACCOUNTANTS -:- AUDITORS
I.aw-Rutier Building
I'rince Rupert
I'lione No. 280
P.O. Box 351
ALFRED CARSS,        C. V. IIENNKTT, H.A.
of Iii ii Kli i; aliimlaiia nf ll.C Ontario, Sss-
siail Miiiiita'laji Haifa.. tantcheavsn   ona]  Al-
liartA Hsrs.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Office���Eschanirp liliarli. raaraaar Thlral svsntia* anal
Sixth stravt. Prlnca- Ruuert. 8
WM. S. HALL, I.. U.S., U. D. S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridue Work a Specialty.
All alatalail aipprntiains skilfully t a .-.at .��t. Gas and
local anasthcllcs adnilnlnta'raxl fa,r the inimical, extraction of teeth. Cainiaiilution free. OKlces:
llelirersain Itlocla. Prlnrp Itunert. 11-12
HANDASYDE   ��&  HURT
AI1KNTK   POR   HTKKI.,    MACII1NKI1Y
...ANI)    t IINTIIAI'TOR.1    Hl'ITI.IBS...
P. O. Box 436 - Office 3rd and Fulton
Dan McGann, the oltl New
York-Milwaukee player, who committed  suiiitle,  left  an  estate of
TO DEVELOP
THE ISLANDS
Dominion Government is Helping Queen Charlottes
BUDGET  OF   NEWS
Prof. Halkett is Studying Conditions for Developing Salmon Industry Experimental
Farm to be Started to Help
Agriculturalists.
~ Rochester &
f ,T'  x Monroe
*: Ladysmith
kV     ,t Coal
Phoneiis
==E.   EBY   ��.   Co.
RPAt.   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land Kor Sale
hi ISIMK M I  M - B. C
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO.  63
Meets in the lli-lor-nii Hlock
Every Tuesday Evening
All  memlaem  of  the  onler in thc city
are requested to visit the lodge.
G.
II.
S. JOHNSTONE, N.G.
MORTON, S.-.Titarv.
F. W   HART
IINDKItTAKKIi * KMIIAI.MI.lt
STaaa'K   raisiri I Tl
Little's NEWS Agency
Majfar.ina's
CIGARS   :
:: 1'i'riiMlicals :: Newspapers
: TOBACCOS :: FRUITS
G.T.P. Wil A UK
P. O. UOX 2.1
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OP SINGING
Hll'll. or WM.  I la.ia:.. K.8IJ., A.It.A.M.,Turn., UNO,
GEORGE LEEK
M Kilt: ANTI I.F.    ACKNCY
COU.KCTIONS AND  RBPORTI
SIXTH  STREET
(Special Correspon tlence)
Massett, May 7. -Profewor Halkett  of  the Marine antl  Fisheries
Department, is <>n Massett Inlet
investigating the lialiits of salmon,
particularly the "sockeye." With
Fisheries Inspector C. Harrison and
Indian AKent Thomas |)ea>\ the
Professor visited Nadu, Ain, Mam- j
mon, Awne antl other streams on
Massett Inlet.
A road party cleared a trail
between the new townsite of Massed and the Indian town at the
entrance to Massell Sound.
The whaling station at Naden
Harbor is receiving a number of
whales and  treating same for export.
An  experimental  garden   under
the control <>f the Dominion t'aov-
imment, has been started on tho
Indian reserve at Massett < Iround
has been cleared antl seeds of
various kinds planted al Ihe Indian
Agency. The Indian school children and older persons arc receiving lessons in gardening and a
larger area of ground than formerly will be under cultivation on
the reserve.
The residence for  Or.  A.   Ross
Fraser has been completed! streets
.ire being cleared in Massell lown-! Douglas Sutherland,  Mgr
site;     JameS   Martin's   large   resi-j P. O. Box 907 Ptaone 262
deuce is in course of erection and
several   new   building!  are   under
way on Delkatla Bay. J' J1"""1      '
Captain   Daniel  Stanley   is   re- J BOWLING, ^g2
covering from a severe atlack of 1 . 4 A���nvt. jiuta, A ����.! wmt**
illness ami will take charge of the | ;^��.AJM"N,���LnI1iwk.TJ:
gasoline launch recently purchased I      *2"" 'M"'1,,," S",       , M ���.   ,
\t* J    r ���    TKIa Mi'llhlsaiv      PnpfMUl lall'l MunsttaT
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Forwarding,   Ilistrilmting  and
Shipping   Agent*.
Storage of BSaggSgl nml Household Goods a Specialty.
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"The newspaper, with the law, should assume the accused innocent
until proven guilty; should he the friend, not the enemy of the
general puhlic; 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 Watterson.
Daily Edition.
Monday, May aS
THE NEW CITY ASSESSMENT
It is not true that figures are dry reading, and can lie made i"
support anything. Figures do not lie, though their users may. They
condense into tabloid space a great fund of statement.
The assessment figures published on Saturday are of particular
interesi, aud are worth studying, even hy those who are rarely given
to bothering ahout figures. Tlie assessment shows where and how
anil to what extent the city council proposes to raise its revenues for
thc year.
l.itiK' difference is .shown in ihe total between this year ami last
a mere trifle of $200,000 on a lot.il assessment of over fourteen millions.
Al lirsl sight this might leatl lhe unthinking to suppose that thctaxcs
will lie ahout lhe same as last year.   This is not so.
In last year's total lhe ( hand Trunk Pacific was assessed for its
properties a sum of approximately $7,300,000. Tin's year they are
assessed at $4,834,830. Tlie Grand Trunk Pacific is cither to he
congratulated ona light assessment or condoled wiih for the remarkable
shrinkage in the value of its lots.
The new assessment maintains the old total hy putting the deficiency out.' the gt'iieral puhlic lo make up. The general puhlic is to
he either condoled wiih on a high assessment, or congratulated on
the remarkable increase in the value of its properties,
Tlir difficult thing to realise is how ihe company's properties!
could shrink so in value during  lhe year, and  lhc general  public's!
properties rise so in value, both of them being jumbled up in the saint
town.
In  tlie meantime,   lhe assessment  is a warning   to  the general
puhlic to look for an increase in their tax hills, especially to those who!
own Section 1 property.   The rate has ,���,t yet been announced, but
it cannot under the Municipal Clauses Act exceed 15 mills.
It is obvious that the assessor has h.id to increase the assessment
to the general puhlic in order to retain the revenue and maintain lhe
borrowing power of thecity in the face of the proposed rebate to the
Grand Trunk l'acilic. lt savours a good deal of robbing I'eter to pay
Paul.    Of course if Peter doesn't mind���.
Letters to the Editor
Picnic Grounds
Editor Opiimist,- A suggestion
to the church and social organisations of Prince Rupert: "An
ideal picnic ground exists at the
mouth of Massed Inlel, on the
Indian Reserve and North Beach.
The distance is but eighty miles,
from Prince Kupert aud a new
wharf has boon erected. The
first trip "l tlie Bteamcr Prince
John would afford die wearied
ones of Prince Rupert an lop-
portunitj i" view the quaint village .mil in enjoy a tlay on the
shores of lhc Inlet."
Yiairs,
'A Massett Reader"
A Btore does not attempt to
COMPETE in value giving, until
it attempts to compete in ADVERTISING, wilh other stores.
Then, of dHirse, IT HAS TO
BEGIN TO OFFER REAL
VALUES.
Mr. P. Mullen, late heatl barkeeper of the Royal Hotel, has
accepted a similar position at thc
Cei tral Hotel (Mr. Peter Black).
Peu will be pleased to have all
his uid friends call on him there.
Windsor Hotel
FIHST AVKM'K AT EIGHTH STItKET
Newly Furnished and
Steam Heated Room*
A FIRST   CLASS IIAR   ANI)   DIMNU
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATES 50 CENTS AND UP
BATHS   KHKK  TO  GUESTS
ROBT. ASHLAND
f 0. BOX 37
THEY FAVOR
RECIPROCITY
Banquet and Speeches at Port
Essington
PRAISED THEIR HOST
Mr. George Cunningham Gave
Entertainment in Honor of
the First Passengers to the
Interior on the Steamer Port
Simpson.
(Special Correspondence)
Port Essington, May ���*|- ' il
tain George Cunningham of tlie
Port Kssington Hotel entertained
the passengers of tlie Port Simpson, tendering them a banquet
on the eve of their departure for
the upper country. Barney Mulvaney presiding. In a brief speech
he dwelt on the important .part
Port Essington had played in the
development of the interior, and
on how much the late Robert
Cunningham had done to furdicr
its interests, and how his sun
George had carried on tho gootl
work, In expressing his rogrei
that the construcii.aii of die G.
T. P., so essential i" the interests
of the interior, should leave Porl
Kssington out in die eld. he
said that the assurance ol the
reciprocity movement going through, woultl mean to Porl Kssiug
ton a new lease of life beyond a
doubt ami within the next few
years she woultl awake to a new
antl greater stage of prosperity.
Mr. Lackworth) responded and
expressed himself as entirely agree-
I ing wilh the idea "I the reciprocity
| agreement.    It would greatly help
1 the country.
The whistle of (lie Port Simpson
;tt 8.80 a.m. caused a stampede
for the boat.
KmSiion to purohaie the following deecribea
lands:
Htdfl Dl 6
lluer
1
mnMina at a poil planted on the louth
Bkeena Rlvw llll,i "out
wilh ill
o mlifl wtMl from Bachutnalla raptda, theneo so
iiin oortb. thenee 40 chalna out, thonce 80
Mmmenwmcnt,  containing 820  aorea  mow
BE   p5 marked "H.M. S.W..cof"��
Dated April88, l!��lt.
lui>. April 80.
HENRY MACARTNEY
sk.-.
Laml District    Distriet of Coast
ThI OtlCO I Imt   1,   William   John  Corley   of
i'rinci' Ruperti i*. <'., oooupatlon ranober, Intend
in apply for pormUaion to purohaao tin; followini*
dweribed landi!
Commencinu ��t ���� post plantad ut tin1 aouthweat
corner ol i."i 3068, Range ft, Coait District, thence
louth 80 chalna. thence aaai io chuins, thenca
north 80 cimins, thenee weal 40 chuins to point
il eommencemsnt, containing tw aorea, more or
Datad tprll B, l��U��   WILLIAM JOHN CORLEY
IMI.  April 88.
Bkeena Land District    District of Coaat
Take notice thut  I,  William  Melville Corley
nf   Toronto,   Ontario,   occupation   clerk,   intend
to appl} f"r permiaaion to purchuse the tollowing
deaerlood lamls:
Commonelng at a poal plunted ut tho northweal
curner of Lot 805Bi ttaog 6, ('oust District, tlience
aaat <>U chains, thence north It) cliuins. thence weal
80 chaini to Hell'i data slough, thence uUhik
dough aouthorl) to point ol commencement, con*
talning 160 acres mure or let*.
Dated April ���*. 1911.
WILLIAM   MELVILLE CORLEY
Pub. April 'M.
Skoena tend District���District of Coast Range B
Take notice thai I, Charlea A. Vaughan ol
Prince Kupert, 11. C.t occuputiun merchant, intend
to apply for permission to purchuse the following
described lnnds:
i ommencing ut u pont planted on the south
bank of .Bxohuinatka Hiver und aboul four mllea
from itu CO&rluenoe with lho Skeenu Itiver, thence
SO ehaina aaat theneo BO chuins north, thenee 80
chains weat, thenco 80 chains south to puint  of
commencement, contnininK tiltl ucres more or less.
Dated April 81, 1911   CHARLES A. VAUGHAN
Pub. April S9.
Skeena Land District���District of Coast Range B
Take notice Out I, Frank Hicks of port  Ea*
���Ington,  occupution   merchant,   intenil   to  appl)
for permission to purchuse the following described
landai
Commendng at n poit plunted on the south
hunk of the 1'm'I. ni. i!. ��� River und aliout four
mill* from ita conlluenee wuh tho Skeenu River,
ihence KO chuina west, thenco 80 chnina north,
ihence .mi chuins eust, thence south SO chnins
to point of commencement, contnininK U40 acres
more or lew.
Dated April 21, l!��U. PRANK  HICKS
I'uh. April ���'.*,
Skivna Und District -District of Coast Uunue ;>
Tske notice that Mury Maranret QU]li of Victoria, ,H. C., occupution huu.M>kiv|H-r intends to
spply for (lermisaion to purehas.- the (ollowing
described Unda:
CommencinK st u poat planted ai the north eust
corner of l.ot UH87, thence \li) chuina weat. thence
20 chaina aouth, thenco 20 chuina wmt to T. L
U2&y;, thenco sbout ttO chsina nortli to Ukelse
Itiver. thence meandering ssid river up streum in
a auutheasterly direction tu Ukelse Uke, theaee
meandering uid lske to point of ooaunonoamant
coniaimnK  1<>0 acrea, more or less.
Poat markod M. M. li., \\ K. Corner.
Dated Feh. li, I'M l.
I'uh. March 4.
MARY MARGARET OlLLtfl
Quean Charlotte Islands Land District   -District of
Skeeno
Tuke notice that 1. John McLeod of Vnneouver
occupution hroker. intend to apply for permission
to prospect for cual nnd petroleum on the following
descrihed lumis:
Commencing at u poil planted about two mllea
south of the I'M Kiver und marked John McL.
N. Q, (orner, .No. ;i"J. thence south HO chuinn,
thence west 80 chains, thenee north 80 chains,
thenw eail 80 chains to point of commencement;
oontalnlng 040 acres, mora or less.
Daud Pel 88, 191L JOHN MoLEOD
i'ub. Feh. :!!. Leslie K. Waller, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islantls Lund District ���Dintrict of
Skeena
Tuke notice that I, John MeLeod Ol Vancouver,
broker, intend to apply for permission
.ii in>i potroloum on the following
LAND  PURCHASK NOTICE
ist
i'rince
ntendi
uowing
Uf east
occupatio
to prospect tol
deacribod lan i
Commoncing
north  nnd
ll el River ai
No. 21. ti
cimins,   Ihenc.'  norm   ou  v	
chaini to potni ol oommonoamoni
ucres. moro or le
Dnted Feh. ..'
I ub. Feb  88.
m Ilea
the
k ut a post planted about ii*
. m .��� woat ol tha mouth
d marked J- Met.., N. K. Corner,
a south SO ehaina,    thence west ,so
liins,  thenoe  north   80  chuins,   thenee   east   M0
 m*A_mm*_**,     AAQtulolng   (Jill
, liUI.
JOHN MeLEOD
Clarence McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District���District ot
Skeenu
Tako not!�� that I, John MeLeod of Vuncouver,
roker, intend to npply for permimion
Skeenu Land Diatriet-Diatrict of *
Tnke notice thut 1, Mm. John Corley  ,
Rupert, B.C., occupntion married womai
lo apply for permission to purchase tho
described lauds:
Commencing It a post planted lu ,|
ui.tl 120 chaitm south from the aouthweat
lot 1788, Coast Distriet, RnnKc B, tnence
chnins, thence eust 40 chains, thenee
chains, thence west 40 chains more ,�� |c
point of commencement, contuining
more or less.
MRS. JOHN (Lottie) (J01
Date Mar. 20, 11)11
i'ub. Apr. 4. 1911
Skeena Land Diatrict-Dlatrict ol Coaat ko,,.. a
Tuko notice that Mary Roll Beaton ol \   ���
vor, II. Ci occupation aplnator, Intenda u,~ 3
for permisaion to purchase tho following deter Ui
lunua:
Commnnclnic ut a poat planted  a!  L|
eust corner of Lot 3980, thence nbout
north to Lot 172:1, thonce 80 chuinn w,
orth
aim
Lot
mm
' com-
occupatl
to pri .
described Iai
and petroleum on the following   lands
1     Commencing  at
BOSS) thenco aliout 30 chuina aouth to Ut yw,
thence  10 chuina east, thenco "JO ohalni wuth tn
\a)1 68^, thonco 20 chainB east, thence gQ c|,
north, thenco  20   chaina eoat to  point
moncement; containing BgO ucres mure,.
Post markod M. R. R., S.K. Corner.
Dated Kob. 14, 1911.       MARY BELL BEATON
ub. March 4 AlUN
Skeenu Land Aflstrlet���District of Queen t'hari..ti.
Islands mm"
Take notice that Goo. H. Lnux of Princ,- Rut,,.*
H. C.,  occupation  barber,  intends to upnl. tm
[HTiniasion   to   pur elms,'   the   following   ilornbod
Jo-ibed Unda* Commencing  at   a  post  plunted about  iev��i
Cmnmoncina at a post planted about two milea j milos woat and ono mile south from the moutl
uih o  Hi mouth of the Tl-el River and murked   of Stanly   Creek, Naden Harbor, theneo Nnuth Bl
BOUlll Ol   III,   IIIUMM ��.  v.���    ...
J.   McL.  &   E    Corner,   No.  31,  thence  weat  80
chains, thenco north so chuins, thence eaat MO
Chains, thenc.' south SO chains to point of com-
mencement; contalnina t��-u> ucres, more or less.
Dated Feb.23, 1811. """' *J-,P'
Tub. Feb. 24,
JOHN MoLBOD
Lealie K. Wulter, Agent
Queen Clmrlotte Inlands Lund District-Diatrict o
Ske ni
Take notice that I, Jo. ti Mcl* d of Vnncouvor,
occupation broker. Intend o npply for permission
io proapect for c ul und petroleum oa the following
deecribed landai
i om tiendnfl at a p ft planted ubout four miles
nouth and two miles wet of the mouth of the
TU-1 River and marked J. McL. N. B. Corner,
No. 46, ihenc outh 80 chuins, thence west 80
chums,  thenc-  north  Sl)  chuins,  thenco eust  80
chums to poi t of commencement!   ontalnlni t��-io
acrea. mor.- or leaa.
Date:. Kel   ft, 1911. UN   M'LKOD
Tub  Feb. 25. Clarnnce McDuwell, Agent
Queen Chariotte Islanda Land Diatrict���District ol
Sk ena
Take notice thnt 1, John McLeod of Vancouver,
OCCUpatloi broker, intend to nppl. for permission
to prot>i��oct for coul and petroleum on the following
deecr b ������ lands)
Commencini ut a post planted four mllea south
and two area) ol the mouth of t e Tl-el Rivar and
marketl J. MeL. S. E. Corner, No. -Hi, thonco n rth
BU Chain*, thenee west 80 chnina. the ce south 80
0 an-, t ence eust f-0 chul t point of com-
ineiitemenl containing t'40 acres, more or le s.
Duted Keb. 23, 1911. JOHN  MLKOD I
Rub. Feb. 25. Clsrance McDowell, Agent
ih
-.  south
chnins,  thenco wost 40 chuins, thence  north ho
chains, thence east -10 chuins.
Dated March 17, 1911. GEO. II. \.\y\
Rub. Auril 22. Numa Demers, \mi
Ske ns Land Dutrict���DUtrict of (.'out Rung 6
Take notice thot Ronjomin Ruaul Rice of
I'rince Rupert, R. C-, occupation waiter, intends
to spply for permUtion to purchaso the following
dOMTitwd Isndi:
Commancing ot s post planted t��5 chainn nouth
from the aoulh eait cornei of Lot ;t()tiU, Oumce TO
chaina we.t, thence ti5 chains north, thence 70
\ .   *1 I i chain* eaat, thenco 66 chaina aouth to puint ol
A  VOvO OI   111.iOK- \V';l> UgrtTU llll j commencement;    contsining  45.'t  acrea, more  or
,     ��.     ,* r* i /      .        ���* ���    Vm\ msrke-1 II. It. It.. S. K. Cor.
lo Mr. 1 n-<��rm' ( mmn'Kliain for Ins  Dn.ii Keh. iy, iyn.
I��ub. March 4. BENJAMIN Rl'SSEL RICE
Skeenn Land District-District of Caut,
Take notice that 1, J. H. McAtiirhey of I'rince
Ruuert, occupution miner,  Intanda t<�� Bpplj  f,.r
permission  to purchuse the following described
lnnds:
Commencing nt n post planted nt the southwest
coiner of lot 2249. thence east 40 chnins, thenee
south G chnins, thence west 40 chaim., thence
north ll chains to point of eon.mencement, con*
i:unitn' 20 ucres more or less.
Date Keb. 16, 1911 J. II. HcAUQHSY
Fub. Feb. 25. 1911. Andrew Kennedy. Agent
Skeenn Land District-Diatriet of Caatlar
Take notice thnt 1 Rolcom McDonald of i'rince
Rupert, ll.C, occupation laborer,  intends to ap
ply for permission to purchase the following de*
���erlbed lands:
CommencinR at n post planted three and one*
half miles In nn easterly direction from the [mint
on Nans River where the Lava Luke trail Ix^ins
and one mile in n northerly direction from the
suid Lava Lake trail, thence north So chains,
thence west BO chains, thence south ni chalna,
thence east chnins to point of commencement,
contnininK ,;1" ncres.
Date Pnb.lL 1911. ROLCOM McDONALD
Rub. Mar. 10. Joseph Relwny, Airent
Skeenn Lnnd DlBtrict���District of Const
Take notice thnt  I. William Anderson, of Vancouver,  R.C.. occupution clerk, intends to applf
for permission tu purchase the followinK desenb*
ed lnnds:
CommencinK nt a post planted end marked W.
A. northwest corner, and about 1 mile from Alexander Huehun northern boundary line; thence
south HO chainB, thence east Ht) chnins thenca
north SO ehains. thence west tfl chnins, to print "f
commencement, contnininK 640 acres mora OT last
WILLIAM ANDERSON,
Charles R. Stark, \,.;:
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skeana Land Datrict ���DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Take   noliee   that   Oeorw   Knuell   of   i'rince
Rupert, R. C, occupation butcher, intenda to apply
LAND PUKCHASK NOTICK
(or permiiaion to purchase the folluwinit described
landa:
^Commencing  st   a  post   planted   altout   -even
milea wesl and two miles south  of the mouth of
Stanley   Creek   where   it   empties     into   Naden
Harbor, (irsham Island, thenee *U chains south.
thenct*   hO  chainn   west,   thence   tjU  chains   north,
thence KU chans eaal to point of commencement
and containinK ''"' acrm more orless.
Dated March IT, 1911 i.ini;i,i.  PRIZZBLL
Pub. April 7, Numa Demera, Agent
ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
ELECTRIC WIRING
IN HOTII  I'UIVATE ANI) HISINKSS HOUSES
Work perfairnu'd by expert* only.
A fir.it class job i* guaranteed in
every instance.
A large stock of Chandeliers nnd
Fittings carried.
Skeena Land District-District of Coast
Kange .ri
Take notice that I,   Fred Garton,  of
I'rince  Rupert, B.C.,  occupation farmer, intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described lands: 	
Commencing at a post planted at the ;   ������   iii    ni  I    I ri     . ���
nortli east  corner of surveyed lot 19:17, ,   H,   flf.  DlflKClV  "  C.l���ClTlC2ll
Kange 5, Caiast district, thence north till                                   *
chaini  to a   slough;  thence  wa'st   2t>  Third Ave
                                  chains;  thenca'south (in chains; thencc'
guaaen Charlotte l��liamla l-ivi DUtrict��� Kutriel ol   east   '.>   chains   to   the puint   of   com
Mta*llla [La''  ca'nia'l   I
Take notice that I, J. ii. McNuh of Prince Ru-   """"WUMHii, pp��n    f,.,,TnV
pert,  occupation  generul agent, intend to apply J lir'"'  UAAiVii
for permiMiun to prospect for coal and petroleum        Daied j'i'hruurV Sothj  191J
on the following MM lantls: First insertion "Mar. II
Commencing at a post plant ud at the so ��� n-eUt
corne' of Section *l, Townsh p * (iraham Island,
and marked J   (i.  McN., S. K. Corner, thence      _ .Stikine Und I>i��trict -Ustrfct of Casilar
generous entertainment
BOUND FOR
IDITAROD
Delay Caused by Late Spring in
North
THREE WEEKS BEHIND
Hopeful Miiu-r> Expect to Clean
up $5,000,000 Worth of I
in Iditarod This Season.
uipment Coming in Fast.
Skaena Und District -Diatrict of Coast Range 'o
Take nunc that Davit McUnnui of I'rince
Rupert, R. C, occupatiun cWl.. Intanda to apply
(or iiTini-voinn lo purchaxu the following di��crih\tl
Ian ua;
Cnimiicncitig al a [Hist planted Id chaina aoulh
from the muiii nat eomar ����f Rot 094, ttanm io
chaim esat, tlM>nn> io chsina north, tba&oa l>'
chaitu m**t.\, thanoa IU chaina miuth to [Mint of
conimenei'mi'nt; containing 10d acrx'a, irore ur
h-w. |*nat inarkfi D. M.. S. \V. i <>r
Date.1 Keb. U, l'Jll DAVID McLI.NnAN
I'uh. March 4.
Skoona Und Dintrici-Diatrlctof Cansiar
Tako not if o lhat I llimh I). Cillinof 1'nnre Rupert,  oecupstion laborer,  fntetula  tu apply for
iwrmiSMun tu imrehaxe  lho  fullitwinir descrilied
lamls:
Cofmnenrim: at a posl  planted  three nnd  one-
half milos in an onslorly dlfOOtlon from tho  pnint
on Naas Rivor where lhe I. n.i Uke  ti.nl   l�� iin-
. and one mile in a norlhorly dinvtion from the
up $5,000,000 Worth of Dust i **'������ ,*"v�� ,-,,kr trn"- l,,,'n,���', h"r,h Nt ���*'">���"��.
r ihemo rati  si chain*. Ihenee aouth   Ni  chnina
in Iditarod This Season.   EQ��l**^F,rt*e^,l,to<K''Blo'oamni,no,,Inw,*��
^      containinR ti4o ;i.n��.
Date leh. :t. Rill. i 11   i   II I). i, 11 1 ..>
Rub. Mar. 1<I. Joaetih Rolwiiy, AKent
gueen Chatlotto lalandi Lind District���DUtrict ol
Bkoana
Tako notice- that 1, John \l L d o( Van oiiver,
occupation hroker, intend to apply for permiss on
to pro-pott or coal a d petroleum On Bt following
d acrtWd Inula:
Commencing at a p at \ Isnt d aho t <o r miles
OUth snd two miles wa t of ih    mouth    f the I .       __.   ._,,
TW Uivor and markcl J. M L    , W. Cora%   ^{���dmFob.UU
No. 35. thenc- mrth  SO chains,    honoo 80*1   M) j 1 ��"��� r1'"--5-
chama.  Ihence aoUUl    0 ehaina.  the CO weal   80 |
chalna  o p int of comimncem.-nt       ntaining ('-10   Skwna Und District���District of Queen Charlotta
;i Tf-*, more or lea-. Take notico that .Frank Uvick of Woodatoefc
Dated Fib, 28, I'll. J   UN M'l.KOD Ont.,   occupation   bookkeeper,   intends   to  1Mb
Ruh  1 cb, '2t*. C :.:<**������ r M  Dowoll, ' gent | for fHTmiaiiion to purchaae the following' daraWN
| lands:
I     CommencinK   at   a   post   planted   about se\pn
Quoen Charlotte Ulanda Land District���Diatrict o!   milea went  and two miles HOlb ol the mouih of
Skin-mi ' Stanley   Creek   where   it   empth*s    Into   Nader.
T.tk.- notice that 1, Jnhn McLeod of VanoouVtf, i Hurbor, Craham Island, thence 80 chains aouth,
occupation brokor, intend to apply for permimion [ thence K0 cl uins eant, thence 80 chains mrth.
to p o-p.vt for e al and petroleum on th followinR thence 80 chaim w-'��;t to point of QOmmOQOerasot
dan ribod lands: I anj contaninK 840 m res more or less.
Cornmcndni ;t a pool planted about f ur milea i Dated March 17, 191L FRANK LEVICK
N.uti. and two mDoa aro I of the mouth of the   pub. April 7. Numa Domen, Ape
TW Rlvar and markod J. McL. N. W. Corner, |
\o. :16. ihene ��� souih  B0 chain<,    Ihen.e e at 80 I
chains thanoa north  H    chains,  thenee  waal   80
-hains to point ol commenc ment:  containing 'HO
acroa. more or les-.
Datod Feb. 2:\. l.-ll. JOHN M'l.KOD
Pub, Feb. 2\ Clara c   McDow.-ll, Agont
LAND  PUKCHASK  NOTICE
Skoona Land District���Dwtrict of Queen Charlotte
Islands
Tuke notice thai (ieorge \V. Arnott  of I'rince
Ru|M>rt,   R.   Ch   occupation   real   estate   broker,
intends (o apply for |>enni*sion tu purchase  the
following described landa;
Skeena Lnnd District-Dlatriel of Coaat
Take notice thnt I. Peter Reid. of Vancouvi
R.C., OOCUpfttion  teamster,  intends to apply for
permisaion to  purchase the followinK dem-nlicd
landa:
Commenting nt ��� post planted and marked P.
R.'s S.W. eorner nnd immediately adjoining jk��u
murked J.M.'s N.E. corner and A.R.'s S.E-C
ner; thence north 80 chalna, thence east 4" chai
thence south 8(1 chains, thence west 4i�� chnina.
point of commencement, eontninintr '.*->' acrei
more or lesa. PETER REID,
Duted 1st Feb. HR1 Charles H. Allen. Agent
Rub. Feb. 25.
keena Land District���District of Coaat RaBfe V
Take   notice  that   Charloa  P.  Otter ol  Princ*
r**m*���iimmm!��� -    . .     ,    .   ���     . Rupert,   it.  C,   occupation  aurveyor.  intends to
;,."ni'"Vn.':!.n!lL?.t.-"..pa!t  }'lan\M  nl,ou.t   8l'V0fl   apply   for  permisaion  to purchase the following
WOOt m Chains,.thonoo north SO chaina,  thence       Take notice that Sydney' lT^lgkTnwn~of'Tele-
afjt 80 Chalna, thence aouth ao chaina to point ol   graph Creek. R. C.. occupation elerkVintenda to
cornniuiiaviaiiatit.
I mi.-1 March n, lilll.
I-ub. M.rch U,
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
Kiu'lisla and AmiTican Billiards
Second Avt
..Grand Hotel..
apply  lair  iKarniiiaaaion  taa purchiaiai' lhc (ulluwinK
J. <;. McNAH alaiacrilHil Uml:
Wilson (iuwiiiK. Ag��nt Caimnn*iiciiiu  ������ a pwat pl.ntaial oliaiut n nunrta^ ; TwalvA Tnlala
mill' n.art la a'��n Irom Clwicr RUM ��nd on thai .Mt I
Slcw.-i. Unal Ui.irict-Di.trict ..I Ciawt llniipa \ |''"lk  "'  ",''k"'1;   'f'1"''   """**������ '"*   -I"  clinin.   	
T.kai   none...   Hint   J.ck   lh.llor'l   ol   K.aK��.l.y. "'"r"  n.ai-lh  in cli.m...  tha-nre  *.�����!   Jn chain..   	
Yaarkalun..  Knitl.iail.  oMuntlnn  oaair-lookiT,  in- 'h'nraaaaoiith lochain.ti. point olcommianwmcntl
Uin.l.  to  apply   br  1-rtnLao.i  ta.  pure!.. ���   the "'"  <���;" ���."""�� "'' ��"��� ">'"�� "' **������
UOmttU 'l.Vrril-,1 l.nil.: "��""1 <�������� ". Wil.                       HODOKtMBOM
Cominaancins at a poit planl.'l at a point In tha- ��� .    ,. .��� _                 ���>1 ""V. ayintmjjttmil**
.Mterly  boUBOaf]   aal raiaUr llmll   MW9 anal in ' u"  "lir" '���                            *������*��� T��vo, Agi'nt
tin-   aa.ailln-rla'   limit   ol   la.'   .ill^'.a,   lUntco   j.   CoaL-al
Uutnci, aaa.ta.-r.- ii..- mM llffllu inti'M'tt. tl.aa.a-.- gUUwUrtd DUtrlol    Di.trict ol Cimu                        WORKINGMAN'S HOME
:!rth'';r,rA':;:!^n ^*JSSi tsss. �������� ���*�� ** ss**** *��� r<��<��������- -! sp���* ��������������*���cW-"*Whit"shc,,u 25c
M< chain, mon or li- l.a th" wnirly III. K ol ." '  ��� """nation cu.'.om. othcaar. intcmU to IP   >                          ���	
timl��ar lan. I   11   aal.    lane ,|. a ..,aith.tl>  dlmUoD "r l'"'"-""" l>> purehu tlaa- lullajwmK ilaa.cril.l-al                                  KOOITI8     5l)C
alaaii|{   Ibj   la.t   iia.l.laaai.i-l   lllllli    II   ciiaillia   ll.oft'    ***S*_  .,,.,_.,        DCCT    tw     T,,,.���.���     _-f\t*    Taar     .a.a. a.-v
orlaai,.                  rlv limit ol Umbw limit SS776, <''mmianciiiii at a piart planm.1 .liout 18 chain-   BEST  IN   TOWN   FOR   THE   N^EY
thenca. ill a ��a-.t,,ly alara-rlum ahum tM la.-. HMO- f,,,^,,,) "I?1 "' ""' ���"'���'"'"������ "arohmiK at Stlkanr,                      ,  G0ODMAN   Pronr.cto,
UookI limit 80 chain, mon or Ua to tl aw.rl. '    '  ���  _**<__* **** 'io chain,, th��nc aoutl   HO;                 j. uuuuMAn. I ropca.ior
iiri.ii ,,i timba limit  IMW, t......-. In ��� nortbwl) ''[*""**��� ""'"''" '''!",  -" '���,.i""��' ""���'"�� "��rth -"
dlTMltoB n cbalna mon a.r Im to Um point ..I ***** ������* point ol cumm<.r.ca'ii��ni anal eontalnlnj'
comnii-ncmml. ' *SHS**_m.'Si'
Dat.a.l.March 8, l'Jll.                JACK IlKDKUllD ��'-! Kb. I.I. lull
I'uh. March 2.1 * ��b  *** 7
rravel i��i Alaska is very heavy,
Near Sixth *���''���* BCOOUHt <>( .i i\i*Ati* I" descend
lilt; Yukon as stnui as the ice
ln-caks. in order to !����� early into
tin! Iditarod diggings, where n
>l>rinji clean-up <>f five million
diill.irs of k"I<I 'lust is expected.
The present season i> much
later than any for some time
back and some delay will be caused !.'���,,"'l..NI*r,<'h,^ l!"
j Tub. March 2..
in those waiting to k<'| into ilu
Miianxl and other points down iln ,     .,���
r!��-..r II arr..     II arri.-a.l....      ......   . .1 ' ""I"'-   "���   ''������   "CCUpnlion   prnaa|��-ctor,   illlanil
river.    Ilarrv   tsaiTtngton, One Oil, j i���r ,,.������,,�������� ,��� purcha��. tin. lollowing
the oldest river boat Captains, viiil  ^SS��ilcln�� *i t, po�� plaaud in the vicinity
.,     ,    .a.      . ��� ,t _     I ail tiiai.a Itaa*. about thn-a*-a'ii(liti> of a mill' Miuth
tll.lt    UlG   prCSCnl    lOOIOn   l>   UirCe   ,,Uh.- m...uh .-I tite R���nan*a Cn,.k. and l*ing
BkOOOO Und DMriet-Diatrict ol Coaat Range V
Take   notice   thai   Kdith   Alice   CrowUMr   dl
lk!i-8,    Y��rkahire,  Rnglanil,  nccupatiun apinater,
Lotonda to apply Inr |K<rmitMion tu purchaae tbo
fallowing deaeriU>d Isnda:
Commencing at i. pint planteil at the -nuth eaat
corner of mrvoyod lot :i:i;m, Range Bi Coaat ****%*
inel, (hitnec north along tin* eaaterly limit nf the
���aid lot U rlun.- more or U**n io the miutherly
limit nf LotSUo. Rsnge 6, eonal diMriet. thence
���aat along the aoutherly limit ol the la��t mentioned
lot '.it chsina to a point, thence in a aoutherly direetiun 3>'> ehaina parallel to the aaid
esaterly limit of lot 8991, tbOMM in u weit-
erly direction di) chsina more or lem to
the point of fommrnci-mrnt containing -In acri>a
mon> it lav.
KDITH AUCfc CBOWTHBR
'"I.
miles an.) one-hulf.mih. Wait and ono mile aouth ' d!4ribod landa-
Z,e.t.',��,rUi!! ��l^an1^ ST5 iJl^S Mrhnr' KBmH at a poat Planted st the north vm
3KjyiA!CTt ' 1C" -TV,' tM C,la,,,!,��� ' cor"(,r Ol aurveyed lot B9B4, Range B, Coast Db
nlffiS^ft^l081^8^^/,^ ����, ihence in an easterly direction alOM tbo
BSASR.1 ' v m ' ARN"TT   wlUtherly limit of aurveyed lot 8991 and tin- pro-
i uu. April H. Numa Demers. Agent , j,.ction thereof 40 chains lo a point, thODCC MUth
. parallel to the eaaterly limit of surveyed lot '-iM
I ufureaaid GO chains mon' or leas to the northerly
Skeena Land Diatrict���District of Coast Rango 6   limit of a timber limit (No. 42568), thence weit
Take notico that Angus Ronton of I'rince Ku|>ert, 40 chains more or less to a point in t he pro eciion
R. ('., occupation miner, intenda to apply fnr per- aoutherly of the easterly limit of surveyed lot
misaion to purchane the following duscriln-d lands: , 8984,  thence in   a  northerly  direction  B10D| the
Commencini: at a post planted at the aouth ' projection of the said limit and along the >**-i
eaal corner of Lot :ii)fi7, thenco 40 chains west, limit 60 chains more or Iosb to point of conmii'tic*-
thenee 40 chnins aouth, thenee about  GO chains , ment, containing 240 acres mon- or less. _,���
eaat to Ukelse Lake, th,*nce meandering aaid lake ' Dated March 8, 1911.        CHARLKS P. 0TTBB
shore in an northerly direction to point ol com- ; Puh. March 25.
mencement;    eonlaining   170 acres,   more  or less
Poat mnrked A. R., \. R, Corner.
Skn-na Und District -District of Csssiar
Tsk�� notice that  I, Perry  QMMM pi   Princo
Dated Teh. 11, um.
Pub. Msrch I.
ANUUS BBATON
Bltoona Und Diatrict-Dlatrict of Const.
Tnko notiee thnt t,John Miller, of Vuncnuver,
B.Cii   oceuiintion  butcher, intends to apply for
permissinn to purchase th   ' "
lamls:
Coast Range 5 Land Diatrict
Take   notice   that   I,   John   Hepburn  of   Kitsumkalum,   occupation  farmer,  intend  to aj>|i.y
for permisaion to purchase the followng daMnoOd
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the DCrtuan
corner of Lot 3983, thence east 20 chains, thenca
 ...    south  40 chnins,  thence wwt 20 chana, thrnee
following doacribed    BOItn I0 chains to place of commeneement
Dated March 18, 1911. JOHN IIEIMU UN
Commondng nt npoot plnntod about i ebnln   Puh April i&.
from tidewater  nt the head of LuscoiiiIh* Rnv. nnd
I HRISTIAN A. TBRVO
Ikoona Und District   Dlatriel ol Cooet Rann 6    *$?*** u"*} |,|;"v'   DJf*ft*��L��Slte
Tak- n-.tice that I, Clara Mny Ullle 0* I'rince b I;tk" ������&}& "';" '��� John  MeDoimlil nf  Prince
Rupert,  ii.  (., iK-cupatinn iplnater. intend to Ruijort, B.C., uccupation hololkeeper, Intends to
snpb   l"r   pirmiMinn  to  purchaw-  the  following nopV foTpormloslon  to purchase the following
dascnls-d lands- deocribed lands:
Commencing at  a post planted  at the north . Cpmniei.��-iTur nt i *t plantcl  three nnd one-
weat oomer ��.f l^.t 1788. Rann 8, Coaat Diatriet hwfwllMInnnoasterb'directionfn��ra thp point
thenee eaat 40 chains, thonea north ^.'�� chains on Nana Rlw where the Love Ulte tta�� ln-��it.s
thenee   wi*t  81   chnin' thODCO  nnrth   20 chnins MM one mile In  -i  northerly direetiun  from the
thence west 10 rhama   thence aouth 4:** chains to ' *[������'��� ���-**���* Loj�� tfilji thenr,. south eiahty chains.
point   of  BommeoeHnenL  contuining   112  acn-a   thence weet�� chalna, theneo north ni chains.
noro or lesa thenceoosl   f) chaina to point Of enmmencement.
Dated April 4,1911.       CLARA MAY UTTUB  ffiWnJjR6����e��efc n,*Ma,n
Pub. April 16. .    :i " ' ' ������'���   ���    '��' .IOi N M.DONALD
Pub. Mnrrh 10, Joseph Uelway, Afent
Skeenn Und District    Dintrict nf Coul Rann 6
Tske nntice thai  Bldon S.  DotwHor of Rerlin, \        Skeena Lnnd Dintrict    District of Coaat
(int.'  OOOnpatton   doctor,   intenda  to   apply   for       Take notice ihut Qlenn McArthur of Vancouver, I
nermlasinn   to   purehas*-'  the  following  described   R.   ('.,  occupatinn  real   estate a^ent  Intends to '
(���nda: appl)   for permbafon  to purchase the followins
CommencinK at a post  planted  at   thr- south-   daeeribed lands:
west  crner of   Lot  lf% ihence eaal  80 clmina       ConinieMng at a post
Don or loOB, thonea MUth ���*�� chains more or less,   a""'  ""    '   ' 	
thonco mal BO ehnloa DION or lose, thence north , L���� *-***-  ****�� nmrKeu  v,jenn  McArthur's north
48 rdBins more ta leea t" point oi Domtnensomoni ���'eel corner, thonoo aouth i" obalM, thenre east
containing nu aeree moro or leas. 80 chains, thence north io chains, thence w(*t
bated Mareh 81,1911    KLDON   '. DETWILER 80 ehuins to po��l Of eommeneement, containinK
Pub. Apm i'i' John Campbell, Agent B20 acrea more or lew,
Datod March 20, 1911.
Bkeena Lei Hi   trii I   n  iriel ��-f Caaaiar Pub, April ifi.
ol Van* ^H ^	
'���    ���     .a an aauurly .i,r.-.a-.a, Iraatai th. Haajnl   ^uM'Sr.?*\e.r!!!n-,5t-auW,1,.ll!.,*B<1" l" *Vt>*t
FOR SALE
ColmMnon, at a ikikI plairitoH 40 chalnia wTnt
ami   hi,   cIlHillaa   HiUllh   ail   Hal-   K.ai], Itwa-nt   rajflUT   aaf
l/ai   N.i.   1788  niarkail  aili-iin  McArthur'ii  nraf-1 la-
Lots .1 nml il, Hlock 2.x,
Section l.
18000, 25 |iit ci'iit. rush,
tiulanrc 1, 2, 8 yenr*.
V per cent.
GEO. W. MORROW
1076 Nelson Sl., Vancouver, B.C.
OLENN McAUTliru
Ti li. Ulfd. ,\k.ii.
,Lot 13, BL H, Sec. 5
only one left at
$1000
LAND LEASE NOTICK
I'.kMtia Unal lllalrlcl    DtaUta, M l'.,..i i u^ .     .^
T.ko   matto.  thai   Ham,..   It.lain,,,,,,  ���i   irln���   S1,?,""''��":ll>l.lrlal
t��� ..Mily lor.pwmKKi ,��� lw, lh��� Ul^j^^^l-Mon.
yomnwnelni
. |m��,to*.*l">r~'���""_";��� "��UHrtn��8M f Wr l,av,. m,l,l ll���. .1 idjolnlng lots With-
".i... M,,,,.,Ru, ,,���.'' "' ISJfVn       I     in ll,t' ,B"t ***> *" local bnym
I'uli. A|,ril mth, ,\,.\
iV.i'r.7L'1;',,,r'''' -��<t.��rl.rt.,   ���,W'' .Hr,>   ��K.'..ls   fnr   ll���. ���|,| NlltJ)l.
!Si���^i|SSSFlat*ws
NADEN COMPANY
Thi'   ItOn   lli.il   makes  ils  itil-
vertiiing VALUABLE TO You
'������mis your wpport Every day
tome itoro'i atlvortiiing is par*
tlcularly   valuable   in   you   and
 ____���  .>'"" ril''' discover whidi store and
Num.b.;^,T,^\s.cond >'~ what adverdaemont in a few mo-
Prlnc,RuP"��.B.C.   ui.'iHs.
wccki late.
A I.true aim unit
the Iditarod ii arriving, li in-
rlmlrs part ill the electric equipment to In- installed at the new
(liKliiiik-.
There has \n*x*n a persistent
rumor thai the rata on the White
Pass a\- Yukon railroad will be
reduced by one-third, Imi ii i*
ai present nothing more than a
rumor, although passengers mi tin1
boats  from   Seattle  have  arrived
here under the impression that tlie
reduced rates have already been
pill In force.
i.ai  tha- .'.sirrly   Imuii'lary  ol TIoiInt   Until   Na'
.l.aiial a* No  :l'al!MI, iIiiik* Miuth III chainn nlaaaai;
/    e     '   i  ,    . il..- a. t. rl*  limit i.f Mid TlmlMT Limit No. .88881
Ol    irilKIII    Mil    ,, S���  :|.VJ-u in a'l.a.lli-. Ilu nca-i'ia-1 Iai Ihi'ialmri'ii!
liaaaM? llay, a ila.laaaca' -al III clianaaa anon' nr li-w,
tl.clia.a   laa.ri'all.    alillait   llll'   nliaira-   lit   (imawa   Jiiay
40 chain, nuara  nr h-ia., th.'nc- Willy 411 cliBlna
ll.a.ri   aaf  la--  la. | lallll  a.f Cianillll-IIO-lllaanl. r.a|l I ill a | a i .���
Il.al acra-a" anaati* ot la-ma.
Iiaia-al Match 7. I'.'ll. I'KltllY QIIKKNAN
Ihali. April 7
BkMM l.mal Di.trict -Di-ti ii-t of Cttn.liir
Take nailu-aa Hint I JoMph lli-laan) aaf V.naa v.-r
H.C, oa*|a|||mt|aaO |ar..a.|ia',-t..r. illll'lialia taa ft|a|ily  fair
| IHTIIII--Iaal|    t>.   |at||a-|l!l.l'   tha-   fa.llalWiliar OWUHllWl
iaaiala:
t>iinmiana'loia nt ia (mat iiliintail t waa uinl nni'-hnlf
mitt'. In an ctaaatcaly ilirrction frnm thi' iiulnl on
Ntaa. ItiviT aa lii-r.' tha. l^avia l.nka' triail bwlns,
iha'nca- wa'iat 80 t'luainia. thi-nci' >-aiiitli SOohttlna.
thena-p a'ant 801'lintii", UwlMM naarth Ni a'hitini. to
laoint of a-omuii'liii'lali'llt. a-aiiil.iiiiiiu- a In
mora' nr Ir...
Halt' Ka-la.   I. l'.ill
I'uh. Mnr. 10
Some Rich Ore
A sample of the silver-lead ore
in the Grand Mountain mine at
Hazelton was brought here yesterday on tho Operator. Various
imple.s of the ore uncovered have
assayed as  high as 1360 a ton
IIhtc's going I" lie some fortUltCS
wrung out of thc ore iii the Grand
Mountain mine.
Dance   Weekly   dance   every
Saturday in the K. of P. Hall t>26m
nana
loasra BELWAY
.Skwnn tm.m\ Dlatriot"Dlatriel *>( Cewinr
Tnke notiee Uinl I Charlea Monia nf Ptinoa Kupert, B.C., tHTupntiiin laboror, Intenda to apply
for permiaaion t��i puivbnao the faknHng daoulb-
nl Inntlit:
('iiirtiicnririK At n pfi^i  phmtnl  Uiroa And OM*
hnif mllea in nn oHbarly dlreetlon fnmi tho point
on Nun* Itlvrr WhOTO the I.avn I.nhr  trail   boffflU
;n. i ��������� < imlf in a northerly direction from the
���dd i.avn Lake trnll, thonoo aouth mi chain*
thenoa ra*t m�� ohnin*, tnenoa north n ennlna,
l.nenoa weal 10 ohalni to point nf commencement,
eontelnlng 940 aoiea.
Dau i ab. I, IMI. CHARLEA MORIUfl
Pflb. Mnr. In. JoeOpn Hflway, Afftnt
Skwns Und Dldtricl IHMrlct ol Coant ItanKP G
i :tt ������ -.I'm-.- thnt William Kranhlln ('Arprntcr
of I'rintt- RafMPt, It- <'., occupalion rniiteurftnt
'������ *!"���( intend! to apply for penniwHon to purchane
the foilouinf{ <!������ ��� ��� r)!���<���-1 land   :
'      "t.i nf at a pont planted at thc Routh cant
corner of nurveyed l/it 171',, thenco HO chain*
sooth, thonce almut U ohnliin weit to \M 2ti66,
thenre 'JO chains north, thence 4fl chains west
thpnee almut 25 chaim north tn Lot MiifiH. thence
bImhii .10 rhaina east to south eaat corner of l.ot
rtufiH, th*nre ahout :t.fi chains norlh to UA 1711,
thenee about H chains enst lo point of commencement: containinK *���*������> acres, more or lem.
Dated I >���'������ IB, IP 11.
I'ub March I.
WILLIAM FKANKLIM CARPENTER
Hkeenn Uml District -Dlatrittt of Coast.
Take notice thnt 1, Leilie B. Wnlter. of Vnncouver, It (.. occupntion proepeetor, Intendi to apply for permlftiion to piironaao the followinirdea-
crllM��l lands:
CotntncnelnK nt a post planteil uml marked L.
K. W.'s I.B, comer and Immediately mijoininir
post markeil W.A.'s N.W'. eomori Ihenn. north 40
ehelna,   thence west  -i>* chnins,   ther--  ���
chain-, thence mat Ml chaina.   in poini or com-
mencement, conuining 880 acrW/- -
point  of
'���inre nr less.
ll-la-al 111 I>1,. IHU      L^ILWH"P'
I'ub. Feb. 2C. ���BI "��� Alll'��. AktoI
��� aa:iiiiiiai,i-iiiK ��t a p0jt iili.ait.Jil 80 chain, "outh
from the south wawt corner ol Lot SOda.    1^.1
mujnd A. U., N. W. Corner, thenca' 80 rlMit
Q*�� CharlotU, l.l.n,.. Una. ULtHct-DUtric, o,   "��fc ____��* _% fig S5 JWVSS
Tuke notlc.' th.t I. J���l���, MeL.., I Vancouver.   BS3'SSlt,lS?lS?t* JffiffiSfjKB BBATON
MWP^UOB limker. intend to j to. ,,,.,���,i,������, " j,'1' 19U-      ALhXANDLIl H'.A'
I" I" *l l"f coal uml tielnil.aum on the foil���int- M*"h *'
itmtlbtn lamln:
Comnadol at ��� post planteal at tin. taiinuh ol
Ha     I I  el   lin.r lllial   'li.,|, ,,|  ,1       MC|���    _   _
No    1, thenee nnrlh  hi) chalnia.  thence
chaina,  thenca'  aouth   lad  chainx,  the
chaina  to  point  ol   commencement
tiltl acres, more or Ii-hh.
im'.������i I'Vii. 2i, nm.
I'uh. Keh. 23.
orna'r,
aaa-Mt Su
nee east  NO
containinu
Skcenia Lnnil Diatrict- District of Ca-'If
Tulie nntiee thnt I Arthur James Welsh of \ ***_
".eupntinn  broker, intaanils tu aai'f
Iv fa.r
Clarniiee McDowa'll, AlOOl
permlnlon tu purcriaac t'he tollowing dotcflW
lanals:
Commtnotng nt n post planteal  three laml ene-
JflllN Mr|.Kill)   hnlf mill's in nn easterly ilirectl'in fraim lhe I "
  "n Niiiii Uiver where the Lava  Luke trail Mm"
| iiienees near the trail, thenoe east elithty ef�����J
-������     ���    .....     ���   .__.���___.       , Ihenre s.aiith su chains,   thencc   west   W chains,
gueen ( harlotto Islands Ijitul DliMtt���Obtrltt Ol \ Hint* north Sl) chains to pnint of comm��icem��rt
Tllke tlaallav.  llaaal   I    iSStl    I I     .., JjmWnlllg 840 iCTM 11101* OT IMI. ���,_.,!*_
. J... ,     a       ,'' J"' n M��'����l ol Vancouver,    Hale Keb. :l. lull ARTHUR JAM   S WI.I I 1
U nmmm* fe?S '."���",""' i'",'' y '".PTOtalon   Pub, Mi? 11 Joseph Uelway. Aa'���'
,��Ji-���W��I COBl "nii Petroleum on tho foUiming .
UMTlbwl lanals:
Ce nmenclmi at a pnst planted nhout two miles
���rath anal two miles wiwt aif the mouth ot the
ll-el Itiver nnrl mnrka'il J. Mc.L. N. K C
No. 47, ihenca' aouth SI) chains, thence' yi���. ������
chains, tlience norlh SO rhnina thencaa etat SO
chains to pnlnt of comma-nct-mont; cianliiinini' lilla
acres, mnre or less.
Datod Keb 22,1911. H1I1N  McLKOD
Pub. Keb. 24 Clarence McDowell, Auent
Skaana Lnnd District-District of Coaal
.Skeena Land Dlstrlcl-Dislrlct or ljucon I'luirlolt
Inlands
Take notice that J. II. Murphy of VinWUVW
li. a. occupation oomnardal travallar   lUtmSi
Iai aptily tor porWisimi to purehas,. i|���. Ulralna
la��� a-nlaeil landa: ."tiuwing
(���iinimcnclnit  at   n   Ml   plantod   aboul   seven
milea west  and  onu  mile south   |r���m   ,..���  ���������,, '
of Stanly Crook. Nad,.,, ll���rl,���r, ,1," ,.'',,      ���'
cha na,  thenco  wost  -10 chains,  thaiM ami      s
chains, thenco east It) e    ins. "  "1>
Ilnlial March 17, lilll
I'ub. April 22.
Tnke   notico   that   I, Alexander  Buchan, of
. , Vancouver, ll.C, occupation butcher, inlend* I"
a'st So   apply f���r permlBBion to purchnse the followini
u" ��� described Innda: ,.,
| I'aimiiieneliiat a post plnnted and markeil A.". >
l S.K. enrner, and ndjolnlni; posts markisl .1 *��� ���
I N.K. ciiriier and P.K.'s S.E. corner; tlii'iu''""'*'
, *ii chalna. thonco north SO ehalns. theme "i"' w
j cnains. thenco Booth SO chnins to poinl '�� '"m*
I mencement, eontninintr tilO neres more <"��� 'f^-
, ALEXANDKU BUCHAN,
Hilled 1st Kob., ion        Charles H. Allen. Auent
Pub. Keb. 25.
Skea>na Land Diatrict -District nf Cc
Skeona Ijand Diatrict-Dlatrict of ( o��*i
Take notico that  Fred  W. Hohler ol *'**%
kiiliim, occupation  farmer,  Intemls to n|'l'U  ";
isTiniaslon   to   purchaae  tho  following  di'scrtia"
lands:
 ,    Commoncing at a posl plantod at tin' IgnJ
,   ,,    . ea,t corner of     A. McLcoil'a pre-emption. tlMWj
f.    I. MURPHY   20 'halna aaiuth, thence 10 chnins cast, th��W -"
Numa Demers, Agont ! ""halna nnrth, thonco  10 ChainB west to ft* ��
riinimenccment oontalnlng 20 ncn's more Of f*.,
Dated April 10, 11)11.  PUIEDKICII W. B0HLE��
Fred llamplam, Ml***
Take notice that tli.i,riiu'Uv'lck','irpr?,'lLl'i'!''l!'' T' ; l'uh' '*l"'<l'^-
II. C,  occupation  clairt,     ���,1 *____ * '.'."":. ^'I'.''  '
aormission   to  piirehaso  tha"fol^��l^ *]______**_' i sk''l'"a Land District���Diatrict ot Coasl l'��"k'1':
;nn,J,. laiUOWinB     HMnbOd    ,      " - -     -  '   ....aa-aSl
Commencini
I	
Commencing  at   a   post   plantad   nn   .1
Ukelse Uke about till chains north enal   r,,,',''.'!!, i .
nl  aaid   lake (Lakelso   Uiv.r     thanoa  ��� '"'
norlh,  thenee  about   (II)  oftfna out   to  tS
!fl!f,ifiS5H.n2*l!SS!!1' 9"d i"^ ihon In a wSit.
con-
I 0. L.
|    Tnko notice that 1, Lionel Klngsley o( v��111''".':
ver,   II.  c.,  occupation  minor,, Intond  gJ$Q
occupat la
"r parmtlalon to purchaso the (ollowing
Ininls:
"eail" in" l_l&* I     CpmnwnoJlM at a post panted near
arlv diroction to point ol oommanaaniinti
.S   \l,"l!Corn"5;M,n",r*"r',R"'   ���** �����*M
iiatad Fab. li, 1911. oennnn . a,,.,���.
Pub. March 4. t'l.Oltt.l, LEVICK
Skeona Und Dlslilrl    I >ia<.lri.-1 ,., <���
Take nntlco that   Mrs. 1,   "���   ,'.,     '"""'
Paul,    Minne.���tn,    DMUpaUon   mirta*"1   "' St
Intends t��� .pply   or ,���,rmtnIon woman
fnlluwing disacJlbod lands:      "" l" PUTOhau the
Commandng m post plantod m n��� i
comer of Lol ft,,. \t.i:i marked Mr.ll ��� "!l,vv|,��t
nortMUt corner, ihenre wail in .', ���' '"tnnniB
snillli SO chnins thencc ,.,., . ""'\"\ thenoa
norll, SO chains lo p���s, ��� '"!,��� ,,!',.'"����� ttm**
tBlning ;i20 acre, more or In. """"""""nont, con
Dated March 20 1911. M |k i ,. ...a^..
Pub. April ir,. ,,," , - , ���  I'UTNAM
WO, It. Putnam  Agon
  th
so I wrst corner of Lot 0U2. ifango 6, Oast
9
ll.KlTll'l'1'
louth*
Di-il rict
I thenco west 40 chains', thonce south  SO ''I'"'1"'
I then ut 10 chains, thonco north "0 chains f
a point of cominoncemont. ....������ i B��
Dated March 24, l'Jll.        LIONEL KUJOSMH
I Pub. April 22.
j Skoma Und District���District ol queen ChMWIJ
Inke  mulct,  that   Hubert  O.   Crew  "   I' ..
luperl, II. ('., occupation agenl, Inlettds W I'l'l'j
lot pornalssion to purclnue the followini! d,-'""""���
| lamls: . .
Commencing  nl   a  post   planted  nlaoail J. ..
nuns west and hall a milo aouth of Ihe >��'*"������,,"
Sinnley   Crook   where   lt   empties    lnt"
____m
��� .......j    , ,,-ua.    wnerH    la    empties      ""a,   .i,,iaia
llarbor, (iraham Island, thenco cast �� CB�����
hence norlh 10 chains, thonco west 40 '' | '
llience anuth 40 chainn to point of commence'"1'"
���jcnntnlning 160 acre* more orJoiw.m ���  rnlStf
Dated March 17, 1911.
Pub. April 7.
UlinERT 0. I
Numa Demur.,
Agent THE    DAILY    NEWS
HAVE  BUYERS  FOR   LOTS IN
STEWART
_nm-Wmmm-mmW**----mW*mmt_mmm*________________________m
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers, Prince Rupert and Stewart, B. C.
Agenta for Stewart Land Company,  Limited
LYNCH BROS.
Department Stores
Prince Rupert, B.C.   ,
GROCERIES
HARDWARE
CROCKERY
SASHES
DOORS
GLASS
i - THE COSY CORNER
I
���
DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY   TO  THE  INTERESTS  OP   WOMEN     \
,����^^.|m . .. ^.. % .. % .. ^ ..^ W^aM^M.
This is a little section of the paper, which from duy tti day will bo devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladlea tit Prinos Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in ils disfussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by tho editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will All a Bocial need.
MEN'S FURNISHINGS   BUILDING SUPPLIES
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Mrs. Neil McNeill was the hostess nf an exceedingly smart Bridge
party on Saturday afternoon. The
drawing rooms were profusely dec-
orated with pink and white carnations and presented a charming
appearance. Mrs. McNeill was
gowned in a handsome cost nine
of Line rajah, and was assisted
by Miss Brown and Miss McMaster. The prize winners were
Mrs. Morris, Mrs. Ward and Mrs.
McMaster. The players were Mrs.
Stanley Spain, Mrs. 1). (J. Stewart,
Mrs. \V. E, Burritt, Mrs. Stewart
Johnson, Mrs. Helmers, Mrs. McLennan, Mrs. Clements, Mrs. Tremayne, Mrs. Craig, Miss Craig,
Mrs. Palmer, Mrs. McMaster, Mrs.
Cade, Mrs. Vernor Smith, Mrs.
Ward, Mrs. Naden, Mrs. H. L.
Johnston, Mrs. Morris, Mrs. La-
mont and Miss Binder also came
ia to tea.
We supply Farmhouses, Camps, Mines, and
save the buyer money.
Write for our   Price   List
Mail orders receive prompt attention
Largest  Stock  in  Northern  B. C.
Water Notice
Mrs. Daniel Mcl.eod entertained
pleasantly al cards on Thursday
afternoon. Two tallies of Bridge
and one of Five Hundred were
made up. Mrs. Stewart Johnson
was the prize winner at the Bridge,
while Miss Holtby won the Five
Hundred prize, the guests included:
Mrs. Wark, Mrs. Hall, Mrs. Stewart Johnson, Mrs. Smith, Mrs.
Helmers, Mrs. McMordie, Miss
Froud, Miss Holtby, Miss Grant,
Miss Delorme.
Mrs. Dawson was also a hostess
on Thursday, entertaining in honor
of Mrs. Stork who is leaving
shortly  on   a   visit   to   England.
That you have also lieen counted
out.
"Down and out!"    Man is never
that
If  he has lhe courage  to start
again;
If Fate has humbled and knocked
him Hat.
He still can smile on his fellow
men.
If he has thc courage to hide his
frown
Remember this as you go about,
Although today lit' is surely down
It's a mortal cinch lhat he isn't
out.
���Edgar A. Guest
KISSES FOR EVERYBODY
Quaint Old Country Custom���
Works Also in Canada
A quaint kissing custom still
exists in the pretty little Wiltshire
town of Hungerford. An ancient
toll is claimed by the authorities
on Kaster Monday from every
man and woman in the town.
From the men the toll is one penny,
but that imposed on the women is
a kiss! The custom is maintained
by two beadles, who march from
house to house, and levy their
quaint taxes. After the bead
have had their innings, every
man is at liberty to embrace any
girl he meets. And Hungerford
is crowded with visitors on Easter
Monday.
Double Weekly Service
S.S. PRINCE RUPERT and S.S. PRINCE GEORGE
For Stewart, Thur.dayi, 8.00 a.m.
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Mondays and Fridays at 8 a.m.
������. Prince Albert sails for I'ort   Simp-
hoii, Naas Kiver Points, Masst't,
Niuli'ii Harbor, every Wednesday, 1.00 p.m.
antl for:
Refuge Hay, Skidegate, Queen
Charlotle ("ity, Lpckeport, Pa-
COfl, Joilway,   Ikeda Hay,   Hose
Harbor and return via Queen
Charlotte City every  Saturday,
1.00 p.m.
The  Grand Trunk Railway Systran
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent  and convenient service of luxurious traina over its
double  track route  between  Chicago,
Toronto,   Montreal,   Quebec,   Halifax,
Portland, Huston, New York and Philadelphia.    Information   and tickets  obtainable from the office hereunder mentioned.   Trans-Atlantic bookings by all
lines arranged.
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND    PASSENGER   AGENT
FAMOUS PRINCESS LINE
Canadian IVific Railway   -   B.C. Cusl Steamship Service
princess May
Northbound, May 8th
Southbound, May 12th
Notice is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V. of
the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
liccnsi' iii the Queen Charlotte Division
of Skeena District.
Iai  Tha' name, address and occupation
uf tin' applicant is George  Young,
Victoria, B.C.
(If for mining purposes)   Free  Min-
t'r's Certificate No	
lb)   Tin' name of the lake,   stream  or
wurca (if unnamed, the description
i��l Ain Lake antl Ain River.
(tl   Tito pnint of diversion at  or  near
Ain Lake.
(ill  Thi' ijuantity of water applied for
(in cubic feet per second) 1000.
(e|  Tha'  character  of   the   proposed
works, dam, Hume,   pipe-line, power I
engine*, plant, etc.
If)  Tlif premises on which the  water |
is tn ht' used (describe  same)   at or
near mouth Ain River,Mauet Inlet.
(Rl   Tlie purposes for which the water
is tn be useil  is   for  power  development and mill operations.
(Ill If for irrigation, describe the
laml io he irrigated, giving  acreage.
In If the water is to be used fcr power or mining purposes, describt the
place where the water is to be re-
Uiriu'il tn some natural channel, aud
tin; difference in altitude between the
point nf diversion and point of return.
At or near mouth of Ain Kiver.about
I'll feet below lake level.
0' Area nf Crown land intended to be
Occupied by the proposed works	
00 Ihis notice wns potted on the
��th day of April, 1911, ami application will be made to the Commissioner
on the 20th day of May, 1911.
Ill Give the names and addresses of
���my riparian proprietors or lirensees
Who nr whose lands are likely to be
affected by the proposed works.either
twove nr below the outlet. None.
GEORGE YOUNG,
nf, ,, H. Edenshaw, Agent
*���*>��� Box 286, Prinee Rupert, H.C.
NoTE-One cubic foot per second is
tqi!iv;tl,.nt to :r>.71 miner's inches.
v***'. April 29, 1911. 4W
SERGE AND SILK COAT SUIT; Mr*. Sweet and Mrs. Stork were
the fortunate prize-winners.   The
guests were: Mrs. I). G. Stewart,
Mrs. J. V. Austin, Mrs. C. B.
I.ockhart, Mrs. Amott, Mrs. Me-
Caffery, Mrs. Hugh Dunn, Mrs.
Reddie, Mrs. Anderson.
USEFUL TO HOUSEWIVES
Half a Dozen Handy Household
Hints
COAL   NOTICE
**"** CharlotU Manila Und Diatrict-Dlatrict of
Tak,.
Skaena
<xcui.*Z'i"' ft*1 '��� John McI'cn'1 P' Vancouver,
to a,,1,..���'. ,""k"'. '"end to apply lor pcrmi-ialon
Badly stained knoves may be
made to look as good as new by
rubbing on charcoal.
^^Hwrnfl^     Train for Winnipeg nnd T��ron-
\M|    Mr tu 'eftVeB Vancouver at
^H^^^ 9 a.m. daily
^^^ Imperial Limited fur Chicago,
Montreal and New York. Best train across the
continent, leaves Vancou tier daily at 3.45 p.m.
Carries compartment observation cars, the finest
car on any road anywhere.
Atrent for alt Atlantic Steamship lines. Tickets
to and from European points.
J. G. McNab - General Agenl
���r r
ITEMS  OF ..
[SPORT j
In reply in Enquirer: Sam
Langford is a Canadian. He was
horn at Weymouth, Nova Scotia,
.March 1, 1886.
Berlin is to have a permanent
stadium in tlie center of the city.
It has nothing to do with tlie
Olympic stadium which is planned
for Grunewald, the woods wost ol
Berlin.
News comes from Brandon that
Queen's Ideal has made the fastest
time at the track BO far this year.
The time was 2.32 for lhe mile,
which is considered fast for so
early in the spring.
The Kin}; has been pleasetl to
intimate that he will present a cup
to be sailed for by the "A" class
schooners, yawls and ketches above
T.i metres in the first Festival of
tlie International Yacht Racing,
of which His Majesty is patron.
The regatta will take place olT
Spithead on August 7 and 8.
New
Knox
Hotel
BESNER &  BESNER, |Propriktors
Tha* Na'w Knox Hotel in run on the Kunil'i'nn
plian. Kirst-clasia aera-ici' All the Latent Itodttn
Inipruvi>nii>nt>. -:-:- BEDS SOO til'
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
Battling Nelson will box Danny
Decker June 17 before Al Iler-
ford's club in Baltimore.
Champion Gotch has practically
accepted Ilackensclmiitlt's challenge for a world's championship
match to be held in Chicago,
probably at the American League
baseball park, on Labor Day.
Gotch has been offered 120,000
for his end, while llackeuschinidi
will work on the percentage basis.
OUT OF THE BOX
FREE
EMPLOYMENT
.     A.    ,.^-^.m.A.      OFFICE      !       ���
j      For nil kinds nt" help, 'cooks,
���   wititt'i's, dishwashers, hotel por>
Iits, nil kinds nl' laborers or mechanics, fill 1 Up
j Phone No. 178
j or call nt tin'
i  Grand Hotel Free Employment   Oflice
i   Headquarters for cooks A waiters
ROGERS & BLACK
wilol.KSAl.i:  DBALBRS IN���
Building  Material,   Cement,   Lime,
Hair-fihrc Piaster, Coke, Blacksmith
Coal,  Common Brick,
Pressed Brick
Shingles, Lath, Ncw Wellington Coal
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED
See Us for Prices.
Phone No. 116
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE ANI) RETAIL DRUOOIBT
Phone No. 200 P. O. Box 5H0
PRINCE KUPERT. B.C.
w. j. McCutcheon jj
Ciarrii'iarimiiili'ti'HtiK'la aaf Iiruuia.   Spi-olial , .
iitti'titinn paiil tu tillitiu iira'tacripttont. ,,
Theatre Block phom no. ;*., Second Ave. '.'.
+++++++++++i-f-+++++++++++++
>C CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Agents
Orders praamptly lilla.t.   l'li.-a-aa ra��artinable.
OFKICE-H. B. Kaacheslav. Ca'tatre St.    I'hone 68,
Mrs. Clements gave a small but
delightful Bridge on Saturday eve-
���.ring at which Mrs. Vernor Smith
captured the star prize. The
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Vernor
Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Pillsbury,
Mr. and Mrs. McLennan, Mrs.
Stewart Johnson, Miss Milligan,
Miss Johnstone, Dr. and Mrs.
Tremayne, Mr. II. P, Wilson and
Mr. Foster.
Mrs. DuVernet entertained at
thc tea hour on Saturday in
honor of Mrs. Horace DuVernet.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace DuVernet
left yesterday morning for iheir
home at Kitsumkalum.
Mr. (). B. Smith, manager of
the famous Granby mine al I'hoe-
nix, left this morning on a trip lo
Goose Hay.
If a soft piece of homemade
bread is rubbed on a scorch on
woollen gootls it will remove it entirely.
Vegetables will take longer to
cook, but will be much nicer .tnd
of better color if boiled uncovered.
Spokane is getting a Hying start
in this race for the Hag, but
Seattle is holding the place nicely
and Vancouver is coming up at
lhe expense of Tacoma. Tacoma
may be expected to lake a brace
soon, and Portland will get better,
so if Victoria will only get going
it will be a merry scrap yet for
that bunting.
Reilly's Bakery Lunch
Empress Theatre Basement
Cor. 2nd Ave. and 6th Street
Dan   McCanu,    the   old    New
���>+ York-Milwaukee player, who com-
i   ��i    ,1 n     1 n ���>      I  mitted suicide,  left an  estate of
j Northern Produce toy. H135.000.
A tasty way of using left over
boiled rice is to put a piece of
butter in the frying pan and
adding the rice when the butter
six/les.   Fry until brown.
tottraaaaa ���"'".-���.  laaawau  IO
wwSdlsnl,, l,ctrol��i''n"on thi lollowini
ij?'��" ��' �� PMt Plsntoil sbout two miles
'Mcl lH.ni,"),h.of "��� Tl-el Hiver snd msrked
ek��im   ii "rni"r' No' 29' tMlim south 80 I
tki !' ai w ,'*"t 8U ch,ln"' thonce north 80
m',nc.i.,i-,,',''-'������*"t.,Iiil ���c.h���El"' t0 P��lnt ��.l *****
A few wise designers have \on-
tured to prophesy a vogue for
green and blue in die wake of the
flood of red which has rushed upon
us this season, and some lovely
models have been made up in
these combined shades. Take for
example this suit The design is
exceedingly chic aud the material
is a diagonal serge in the new-
king's blue. Insert pieces in skirt
and coat are green taffeta. The
idea   of   inset    pieces   of   taffeta
is new and effective, and many
'ic  copied   in   self-lone  silk  with
yum i
I'ula. |.,.|
rlai
"'I; containlnir; 610 seres, more or
i, '_}*> Hll JOHN MeLEOD
Clsrence McDowell, Afent
""""i Chsrlott, I,l��ndsL��nd Dlatrict-DlitrliK
.;*_,, | _  .,     . Skeens
<>ci:ii|ia
KMpstloS �� L " }��� Joh.n M��Leoil ot Vsncouver,
,ll'"'|a-V,���/'r',l"t,in'1 to "PPly tor permimion
-aaii ,,i tajy*1 mA Prtroloum on tho tollowlni
m'l'"T.',,,',u''"t',,"t " P""1 Pl��nlcd sbout two
"f TI..I i,"'"1 twu mn''" W ol the mouth ol
'���Mr| ^'"r'.Hrahsm Maml, snd msrked
clinann *___ "' '-"'hit, No. 114, thonce south 80
,,,,    ""net esst so chsins, thence north 80
�� >;,.,"" *��t.80 chsins lo noint ol com-
fttetl Kb a50?Srtrtn�� m *mm, more or less.
Ma. 1,1, '.:*' **>**��� JOHN MeLEOD
' Clarenco McDowell, Agont
'' '"'"^"Ue Islands Und District-District o
Ink    . . Skwni
Mctipu
hot ca that I
John McLeod nt Vsncouver
"TO  lirnlaaa   l��a       a     '">���"?'","'   VSnCOUVOr
." l"'��t"Ti  , ', ,nt'.'nd ** *PPI>' tor permission
''"��� 'I llndii     "'"' I'ltroloum on the lollowlnj
tfttl *m\__* "h * l'Mt Plsnteal about two miles
*}������* tail     ' I1"1,1'", west ol tho mouth ol the Tl-el
,l"w" >'aiin  k,    ,ch,"in"' th(,nc�� "*  M "hsins.
'"''it a.f r, .      rh"'n"' t'"",c'' **m 80 chains to
hlrai.~ l aipint.
tltirp
JJ��tpi
01     ',
��W
'mmonemuntl   contaiiilns CIO ncres,
11)11.
JOHN McLKOD
Clairence McDowell, Aient
equally good results.
HOUSEHOLD NOTES
Apt to Come in Useful Now and
Then
By sprinkling a goodly amount
of salt over a carpet five or ten
minutes before sweeping, there
will be little dust raised when the
sweeping is done.
Have   you   B   "silent"   tirisical
Instrument in your home?   Unless
it's ANCHORED there by sentiment, let a "for .sale" ail in The
Daily News find a buyer for it.
Mrs.  Alan   Kennedy  who has
been visiting her daughter Mrs
R. A. McMordie, left this morning
for her home in Spokane.
DOWN AND OUT
"Down and out" is a phrase we use
Too oft in a heedless, careless
way,
Because one battle a man may lose
"Hc   is   down   and   out,"   thc
scoffers say.
But many have risen to win renown
Who have felt the sting of fate's
knotted knout;
It   doesn't   follow   beacuse   he's
down,
That a man has also been counted out.
There's always a  chance  to rise
again;
If a man has faith in himself and
tries.
He can win the cheers of his fellow
men
And   some   time   capture   tlie
golden prize.
Today's defeat Isn't Worth a frown.
Keep your eyes ahead aud your
courage stout,
It doesn't  follow  because  you're
down
To make celery firm and crisp
and with a salty Havor liked by
most people, clean as usual and
soak in cold, salty water for an
hour before serving.
Eggs will keep well packed in
dry salt with the small end down.
Carcase the shell with lard before
packing, aud pour melted lard
over the top layer of salt.
When boiling cabbage, cut the
cabbage in quarters and slip each
quarter into a separate cheesesloth
bag.    Then when it is cooked  it
comes out intact.
To remove the fat from soup or
broth intended for an invalid, it
is not necessary to allow it to
become cold, as is usually done.
Instead, place a fine wire sieve
on ice, until it is thoroughly
chilled, and pour the liquid through
this. If the liquid is partially
cooled the fat will solidify on the
cold wire and lhe broth will be
ready for use immediately.
To wash chamois gloves and
keep them soft, first put the gloves
on the hands, using lukewarm
water and pure soap. Wash in
this later until the gloves are
thoroughly cleansed, then rinse
in clear water of the same temperature, but before taking off the.
gloves, cover them again with a
lather of the soap. Allow them to
dry In the shape.
WHOLESALE PROVISIONS,
FRUITS and VEGETABLES
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PROMPT   ATTENTION GIVEN
SHIPPING ORDERS
Phone 151
Phone 151
Fruit   :   Produce   :
WHOLESALE
Feed
H. H. Morton
3rd Ave.
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second aveiuc and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
MUNRO   &   LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:- AUDllORS
Law-Butler Building      Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 351
ALFRED CARSS,
of British Columbia
and Manitoba Bars.
C.
V. DENNETT, B.A
of H.C, Ontario, San-
katchewan and Alberta Mars.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc
Office��� Exchanw block, corner Third avenue and
Sixth street Prince Ruuert. 8
WM. S. HALL, L. D. S., U. D. S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operations skilfully treated. Gas and
local anesthetics administered for the painless extraction of teeth. Consultation free. Offices:
Hcliteraon Block. Prince RuDert. li-12
HANDASYDE   C&  HURT
AUKNTH   PI1R   STEEL,    MACHINERY
...ANta   CONTRACTOR!   BUITI.IES...
P. O. Box 436 - Office 3rd and Fulton
P. O. BOX 2.1
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
PUPIL OF WM.  FOXON, MQ., A.It.A.M.,Tl.ON., ENO
TO DEVELOP
THE ISLANDS
Dominion Government is Helping Queen Charlottes
BUDGET  OF   NEWS
Prof. Halkett is Studying Conditions for Developing Salmon Industry Experimental
Farm to be Started to Help
Agriculturalists.
~ Rochester &
r,tp~  v Monroe
��� Ladysmitm
k>     '^COAL
\ *>*'������
\.i.   Phone lis
=E.   EBY   CB.   Co.
REAL  ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land Kor Sale
KITSUMKALUM - B. C.
(Special (brrespon dence)
Massett, May 7.���Professor Halkett of the Marine and Fisheries
Department, is on Massett Inlet
investigating the habits of salmon,
particularly the "sockeye." With
Fisheries Inspector C". Harrison and
Indian Auent Thomas  Deasy  the
Professor visited Nadu, Ain, Mammon, Awne and other streams on
Massett Inlet.
A road party cleared a trail
between the new townsite of Massett and the Indian town at the
entrance to Massett Sound.
The whaling station at  Naden
Harbor is receiving a mini
whales and treating same
porl
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO.  63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members of  the  onler in the city
nre requesta'd to visit the lodge.
G. S. JOHNSTONS, N.G.
II.  MORTON, Seiretiiry.
F. W. HART
UNDKHTAKKR ��  KMIIAI.MKR
stuck  a'liMI't ):ti:
ll    IMMiei!
;mf,:;(;1 Littles NEWS Agency
j Magazines
An  experimental  garden   under CIGARS   :
lf you had never been inside any
store in this city you would be
able to decide where to go by
reading the store ads in this paper.
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
SIXTH  STREET
the control of the Dominion Government, has been started on the
Indian reserveal Massett. (around
has been cleared and seeds of
various kinds planled at the Indian
Agency. The Indian school children and older persons are receiving lessons in gardening and a
larger area of ground than for-1
merly will be under cultivation on
the reserve.
The residence for Dr. A. Ross
Fraser has been completed; streets
are being cleared in Massett town
site; James Martin's large residence is in course of erection and
several new buildings are under
way on Delkatla Bay.
Captain   Daniel  Stanley  is  recovering from a severe attack of
illness and will take charge of the'
I gasoline launch recently purchased
prince rupert by him i" Prince Rupert.
IVriiitlicals :: Newspapers
:: TOBACCOS :: FRUITS
G.T.I'. WHARF
PRINCE RUPERT WAREHOUSING AND
FORWARDING COMPANY
Faril Aval. Near McBtadaa
Forwarding,   Distributing  and
Shipping  Agents.
Storage of linngnge nnd Household Goods a Specialty.
-AT   LOWEST   RATES-
 o
Douglas Sutherland, Mgr.
P. O. Box 907 Phone 262
BOWLING,
BILLIARDS
una POOL
fi    *     4 AUnyi*. 7 Ttbtati     A   MOd rxcr-
M ciitp.   Aclcnnitport,    LftdlM ivtry
m nfti'rnitnn.     MtWRlftt)   Block* tto
ft twei'ti tith unit Tth BU.
ft   tk.d Morrison,     I'rnpriotur ami Manner
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"���"'���* -��� -��� THE    DA 1'L'Y   NJE.W S
BARGAIN SPECIAL
-IN-
Ladies'
Whitewear
Wa' are putting on a bargain
table for Tuesday and Wednesday nt' this week only, In many
cases ti it y are | riceo below eust
ami, if you would secure Borne of
these money-savers, you will
need id come for them on the
days mentioned.
.S Night Gowns, embroidered,
slightly "mussed," regular
$1.50, sale price 95c
9 Night Gowns, embroidered,
soma' a bit soiled, othi rs new
stock, regular values$2 2.5 to
K.BO, sale price $1>0
5embroidered Underskirts, regular value $1.00, sale priee. .70c
7 lace-trimmed and embroidered Underskirts, reg. value
$1.7.". Bale nrice           1.20
3 embroidered and lace- trimmed Underskirts, values >*..
>*.. and 87, sale prices $4.80,
$4.90, and  5.64
Chemises, values $1.35to$1.50,
sale price     95c
Lace-trimmed Drawers. Ji.nn
values now     70c
Other lir.es of whitewear will
*..,��� :'���' ,' : ��� ��������� a. ;r counters at very
special prices for the two days.
Sotm '>:' ti.a- garments are new
-���"��� _' st.ia-k. others are Boiled
from handling, Imt all of them
are genuine I ;>:-t:;ii:.J- at the
i rices we are putting on them
for Tuesday anal Wednesday.
H. S. Wallace Co'y. Ltd.
Dry Goods. Chinawnre, Etc.
Fulton   Street and Third  Avenue
CURSES HIM
IN COURT
Violent Scenes at the Trial of
the Cammorrists
Classified  -   -  Advertisements
, a. ,,,    iissiiieil advertisement columns,
One of the best services the modern newspaper gives the puhlic is in tnt cib���� on (,om
There buyer and seller, employer and worker, landlord and tenant, and nni  < ''   l wjl,  lv,ll]iv  its
���,a.:. ground.    To put this modern convenience In reach aa! everyone we ���� ,. ,-    ntgi
rate to a nominal price of a cent a word per insertion. , Ml'iu"hn,, i,    ,   mow
Here is our Classified  Advertising Column  for  today,     watcn   u   grow, __________
PRIEST ON TRIAL
Father Vittorzi Cursed the Informer .-Vbbemaggie after the
Latter Had Taken an Oath on
the   Crucifix   That   He   Had
Not Lied.
t . idian Press Diasptch
Vitcrho, Italy, M.iy 8. Sensational -' enes marked the hearing
uf thc Cammorrists trial on Saturday at'ii ��� ������ ��� Father Vit-toruu
urday afternoon. Father Yitt"r/i.
who is one of the prisoners, .n th
conclusion of the evidence ol the
informer Abbatemaggio, challenged Vittorzi t" swear on the
crucifix that he had not lied in liis
e\ idei a ������ denouncing the ���
morra. Abbatemaggio put the
crucifix t" his lips and kisM'tl ii
ai '1 swore he had told the truth.
\ orzi became livid with rage
j ursed the informer in I
LOST      HIS      NOMINATION
iLost and Found
without iroads or trails for
located thereon,
Is Tbis Right?
alallliti'lll    Oil     tltO
door,   Such wi
until the govern
tne
your
lition
Mr.  Ronald  Ferguson  Had  an
Anxious   Moment   or   Two
POUND���A null nimef m nt v
Apply MoKiie. sahaH'niiaka'r. I  llton St
For Rent
GRAHAM ISLAND
SETTLERS KICK
CONTINUED FROM PAQB 1
111.It'll'
sight,
have securet
their friends
11  is    an
intrigue-
11  gt"il time today Mr. ko
Ferguson   ippeared  at   the  Cit)
Hall  to ham
I  ..a,  |j.; ,\it\
ed   for .i  moment
whi thai the precious
been either blown
,,.,|.|    K.irni.heal  H.ill.a>  tai  Ra'nt
IM'"     month from May 16th���(SO.
ti'
the
-"ill
I'aTt Atra-n.-ia'!. L'nal Av#. ,
______________ Nl�� furnlihod roomi for r?ni I I harlu tegl
in   Ills   nomination     Rooming Room, Ind Ave.,   i ...   have
May.;-; ^���B^HBl
for alderman.    'u ! HoUK. ���ith 4 ���,,���,, and K.. gricultural  land;
ill   I rooms lurnishcal.   p.
ur.al Tth Ava'.   A|.|>lyun |ar.       ������     !' ���' ���
-.'. i iitia'M in Alder Blaaok     \ '4  ���'   Mi9	
..    . .... ... Tw,.ni��iyforn<.h��i���..mi.   .from    ��.hot!astonish the worli
at.iy.      1 here W.IS Still      i,ath��.   The Roland. Thir.1
"Mllll   I
islands al
be the con
ment and spt
[or  themselves ant
I   a I    '
everything in
era of speculation ant
where tite poor must grow poorer
and thc rich become richer, despite
I tho fact that the masses 'govern.'
ind   tin-   Queen  It is time all of thc people under-
up,   Hie Queen Char   si 1 the motto of thc late Presi-
ittillitii'> of acres of dent Lincoln who said:  'You can>
millions upon not fool .ill of the people .i
millions of feet of the best timber;
coal .unl ��'il and minerals th.u will
Help Wanted
rhree waterways tat through, with tides that
afford transportation unequalled,
and why are we making no progress
Sialll'lf      I'lV.ltlSl'       tllf      'pii'villfi'l'1
..      .        ll'      \n���.,r     ,���,|    I     II     A M..ih.T�� Help.   One who..' ,   ...
rs. u. w. .\riunt ami j. n.    ,     other maid kept. L'overnment ol tins country cares
Ith Aa-e. and BviOmC '-   '    ��� '     ,        . , .in        ���       i     .     r     l
      ... ti   -.   for   th>-  'dollars   that   find
W alter wnnta^l at Central U
BorWuttd. Appiy.to,- their ��a>  into the treasury and
assists those who .till theni
:inn'.      \
catching' ii
sooner ihe
f tin
te buying' and 'vote
nol governing and the
icoplf wake up to their
$3200
Buys  160  aerea uf  pru(t
and Vegetable land at Kit.
selns.    Half mile from Railway.   Fine
cabin iiieiiiileii.
��� er, for him t" get a
fresl tion paper and get
his su| ers to sign up again
Mess
respoi sibilities, the sooner thepres-
,-,.i system will *"' obliterated,
I -     responded to the call
, and Mr. Ferguson had
:���       ination in the Cits- Clerk's
.iiII before twn o'clock.
Weather Notes Today
' Rupert maintains to per-
the fine weather record ol
___________________________________________________________miiii'' V***** ten davs.   Bright
I he a'liiirt became uproarous,  md      ,        . ,   ,   ; .   ,        ,   ,
_____________________m________________m wit'i
iarbor iu>t ruffled with sparkling
i All members of the Baptist
Brotherhood attend important
business meeting to-nkht at 8
p.m. sharp. 9    102-lt
Houses Wanted
...THE...
"What Shall It Be"
Question
This store is prepared to answer it
.-^.���u	
The occasion may be what
it will; it is our dutj ta. be
ready to supplj  you,  and we
can do it too.
Witl ou be-
ca ; r tbe il ������ of display;
with profit to you
our ability tu tell
When the irift question presents It t us sl ������'���'������ you
bow easily we can match yuur
Ideas.
.^.���h .
Heintzman Pianos
EASY TERMS
C. B. WARK
Jeweller
y onler of thc Judges the cara
i ;���-.���   removed   Father  \'itti��rzi
from  the room until his p issiot
was subdued.
FRANCE GETS
A WARNINC
Germany Intimates That Trouble iMay Follow
THREE  CRUISERS  SENT
Little Diplomatic Row is on
Over the Despatch of French
Troops to the Vicinity of Fez
in Morocco.
t 'anadian Press Dispatch
Berlin, M.iy 8.   A curt German
. "���'��� a as despati i.'-'l this moi ���
to   Paris   war ii ..    Fr    ;'
dai gcrous '". sequc t es . re likla-%
i"  follow.   "���'   the   Fra ch   tn i
��� .
Fez.
It is reported  lu-n-  that  three
i iermai cruis	
���' l   sa Bla ear t"
thf se it ol ��� e diplomatic trouble.
H'lfSKS   WANTKIl-Fur
.���.1. J lu ii raaemt.     If I.-       n nnd 1
. ������: in ad
vance, nowaitinar. no (Utfl t
Black S9-Unete Jerry.
Board Wanted
WASTED-Rua'm and boa
X.M.. Otnlml.t OHIce.
Fire Insurance
ravclets should satisfy tlu- most
capricious. Down below the wireless stations continue t" report
"Cloudy," or "Showers" more often than "t'lf.ir." The wireless
report, however, is today m<,r** 0L.R SPEC,ALTY-ni�� ir.,
favorable though thf re i- mist at
Tatoosh and Triangle repot ts "Overt ��� st."
fer.l eleven at.-amar Fire
Wr want your   butinea
I.. : B rate*.
Insurance Company, cor
PantoriUm Pioneer bis, 'I'hone4
THK Hrmah t'r.ia.r. an.l N Inauranre
Gompuy nl L-antion. K ind.   -.. tl
....       Sraaua ��� .te.      The Mara.
llr.ll, and Inaurance C.
��� g office.
How Money is Wasted
"The year that has passed will
show  how tlie Lands and Works
Department 'aided' the settler in
the expenditure of public funds,
Between the two principal towns
,a-r��-   ii-   an   almost   impassable
trail   along  the beach.    Further
up the Inlet   at .i place known as
-���"Wi'    there is .i tr.til that
is also i.' .i bad state of repair.
Instead ol building .i g I ru.itl
'; cl*��n.S: between   the  two  places  ii  was
tdvisable'   to   spend
$4,000 on a short road running to
the purchased land of three i-.t-,
non-residents, There '���'' l1"' l-it>" her<
<p<dUU Inass on Third Ave,
$1875
Buys 7.r) 1-H acres of prun
laml   nt   Kitselas.     ||���|f
mile from the Railway.
Buys Rooming House on 3rd
Ave.    Nine furnished rneius,
all rented.   A snap.
$700
1)1 -1. la nil
Ave. ar.ai Fult.anSt.
ADVERTISE   IN THE
NEWS
���
Situations Wanted
A
hunter -ana; w-'.aj aa, t.i'..
I    ��� .a     ��� ���  e-1 man and aa   ���
In n.imnar caraja aT caaunt I H. I..
T.. Opllmiat.
po��lti n Iy J^i- ���������������eook  a fama.
haauw.    P.O. H
Wanted Immediately, or
A' .        !     Mra.   M.   II. C
I     ���  .
,la-! ���
������'���!.
i��.tn., i;     ' Ear thi n n-
.  -'     imnd Fork*
I'iare ���. ' aan be
Boarders Wanted
Money to Loan
ey mith which to
Coast to Coast
OCEAN TO OCEAN
Tickets   To   All   Points
ROGERS' Steamship and
Railway Agency
Second Ave.        Phone 110
Haame en.aked mr... lad I
fa.rthr.a
Bldr.. ���'!��� -���.-������.
^en and' la mat ol tar.der obtained at the office   Private Baaai lhe we. ^ H ��� ���
���   ..ral.ita^. Vic- \| ..   I     '.'
���  GnadFeria.udM      \ ���    ��� ���  ������    :
���
I *
��� ���.: aw.; itii iu *-d placee ol
ra^ldence. Ir. the raae ol hrm#. tta actual a4<-
r.ature. the nature aal the occupation, and place ad
ra-aiaier.ee 'at each member ol the t.rm muat be
afiaen.
.at I* aecaampanfed by an ae-
cvpted che'iue on a charttra-d taar.k. faayabk to
���   ���
' ��� - per cent  10 p.c. if'
.1 the tenaler, which will be lorfeited il the penofl
��� - :������-.: ���   ���     . ��� . * ^a   - -ract when
a to daa aaa.or (all lo complete the work
-..   ,���'.   accal'.-l
a>- will t^ returned,
artment dtaea naat lind luell to accept
��� a or any tender.
Hy Old
It. C. DBSROCBI  .
Sctetary.
tJepartmer.t A I'uhlic WOfki,
Ottawa, April It, IMI.
KtWiptpan will not he pai.1 laar thai adaarTttae-
- rt It without authority Irom tbe
��� ������  oi e building, or clcarii n
. this road, and It leads i, to
.i muskeg swamp.   Over this road
went tha' member for the district
Chief Commissioner, aftd
thc -v��� >.ait-r i- that tin-y ili'l , "i
"stiak"   ii'   it   and   remain   there.
Triie thej   stopped further operatic s;   but why thc exp tnditurc
at all, wh-.' other sa ti". - required
. roads.
Se' tier Gets no Chance
I   is possible that the argument
will an-    sod re thou-
- ���: acres ��till available a.i tl c
I ������    i    irlotte group of i-l... ds
Where are the\ located?   Al ilu-
time   u in.    "I se se will
��� away from thc watcroaj s.
Thc timber ... <l  Kru^i  that  o; c
FOREST FIRE
IS RAGING
Prince Albert District Is Threatened
SPECIAL TRAIN SENT
Big Forest Fire is Also Raging
Near Kenora in Ontario
Fire Losses May be Very
Heavy This Year.
Canadian Press Dispatch)
Winnipeg, May 8.��� News reach-
this morning of
a bad forest fire whish is reported
to be raging .ih'iiij the settlements
i-,1 alio liij; river, north of Prince
Albert. The settlers are fleeing
for safety, and .1 special train
has been despatched to rescue
thc people and bring them out <>l
tin- fire zone.
Another big fire is also reported
to bc raging h' the Lake of the
Woods district, near Kenora, Ou-
tario, Thc fire losses are likely to
be very heavj.
WOULD BRIBE
CONSTABLE
FOREIGNERS IN TROUBLE
"ASK UNCLE JERRY"
(OPA   Buys store anil House un the
<p��DU   main street at Kitselas.
$CAA  Buy8  Furniture and Lease
H ous
for two years of Ter. Room
Toilet and bath.
Cash   First payment on $4,.
200 Rooming Houae, 25x100,
2 story  anil  basement.     Balance |ni>
able $100 monthly.
Buys Furniture anil I! I -2 yenr
ase of  Rooming House In
$725 E    	
section 1.    Rent $45 per month
"ASK UNCLE JERRY"
(J>i AAA Cash buys 2 story Room-
��P 1 a/UU in)r House at Kitselas, 47
x 70. Accommodates 30 people.
fra Per Acre. 155 1-4 acres, with
**y ��J " buildings included at Hrecken-
ridge Landing, (mile 85.)
Per Acre. 422 acres in the
famous Lakelse Valley,
r Acre. Just a nice little
rm of 80 acres. House and
farm building! included in acre price.
1-4 mile from railway.
$18
��P��)"   far
"ASK UNCLE JERRY"
$17,500 sts
'- mn-' ugh is almost Catoush I d   ��� . j   i       *  -n.       na    j
1   , a Resisted   Arrest   Then   Offered
Real Estate
v - la i r*-al ����Ute ��al*aa-
rr���n. a- : 'tm count va
������a.jnt     In th�� na-l :���
For Sale
Oaaaatinv Enrln-. I h"t'���poavrr. ch-..
laimmii     coal < i.'.iin* arc plastered on tin
to break thc heart ol a "cruiser.'|
There are .*��� roads, with the
the exception of thc 84,000 fiasco.'
Trail- there are none worthy of
thei an e. Moi g Ma- cast coast ol
tir.ih.uii l-l.i 'I. where the largest
number of settlers arc located, the
food i- 'packed' along the beach.
It i- ni'ly there thc 'speculator'
found  i"  timber  to  stake,  .i,���<!
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
- ����� nvrriooklr.a.* harlaor.cl'H*.
I    la. ���' ">\
wanted'
 .KM ~~-	
A loci
fa."   II    ��� tO    I
Rupert to ii    thi irri-
gated nurserj itoi
���'   .- ������ Nur ���'.'''"        ' ire
'���'a. '  I' a   .'������   .      l.;:,a   :.|     |.   all,-.     I'lirtV
must
.-��..-^..^..���� \lilH'.i:.-s.^...-...-��..-��.
Oregon Nursery Company
Orenco ��� Oregon
OUR SODA
.FOUNTAIN.
IS OPEN
?0R '11
HAZELTON
>k**>t,m i -��� i DtauM    lut'r.t' of CottM lUftfv i
'!����.���   ���   ���  ��  U.��t .Mir>   i- .������tr of
. occupfttlot   b< imf*;�����
mi to purrhaM- il.c following
.���  a poM  ���, - jthmr*
������     ��� ���       fUU p       .  -  "����t   I"l��!nr'
-    .
���
& tain in* .*������ *rr*. ������ .,-** ���r u-t*.
TUN ��.ILI��f ItMJ.I.M.
Ice Cream  with
"Fixing*1
all  tho
(     i
i   C   //���  ORME \
MARV BEX
|I��iU-i ��� 1   _____________________________________
( owl lUnr* &
lhal Ahiti' "( voa-
������ -     ���    -������     hfokif
UitOfl   IO   ('Uftl.JU*  ihr
���
40 rl air�� M>uth
���
mn* t����t  to point of
���*T ***��������
*������*������ i AprtI 17. 1 >ll.
LEXANDBR Mtt>
'���
ItiMfict fpf iM'i I
I, UucfcUn John >h��nah*n of
Victoria*   B. - .���        t��teh��r<  lan
apply  for  ptrn nloa  to purchaw the ftil1ti��in(
i landr:
I  r ���   ���   . ��� ,     ���   .-   :,  i ��� -���   ;   ..r led I."   rfai- -
from the touihrait roftivr of Lot        , thma
ttlc conditions of thi Ei terfor and have chaim "wu. ���������
rhainn north,   Lnrti polM  of
commenrcrnftit, containing \**>* arn-* T.i.fr or \-rmt*.
I, \ i I Ml.AN  tOHS  BHANAHAN
I'atH April IT, I'MI .
Pab. Ua/6.
Bkama Land Diatriet- DMrkl *! Coa* ltanp< fi
' leTavbi of \ ����� i
II.   *'.,   nrttipatton   n arrif-il   aoftmn.   ir.tt-M*   to
El il��i*in|i
I  lands:
f omrm-ntinit ���'  a  poM   plftnttd  at   \},t* north-
-  <n��t  at'I  20 rhainx rthfth
(rum ii ��� of Lot 1116, Mftrvpy't
I rhalnt
1 rhainn
thoneo 4lf chain* **.< ���     ehalM
������'*���������  10 ebaina woot fo poot ol HMBflMH ;
.at* - '    t ��� r \f**.
��� Mi. Ll il II. McTAVlSH
I'uh. Ma> 6. t r��l W, HohWr, AfMM
Skoona Land Dlaulei Diatrtei '���( Com] Hanup '*
i iik.' n"tio��i that Umc McTavMi.ol VnnoowtWi
B.C.i occupation married woman��� Intonda to appu
for ponnm n I" patlbMI 'he t��.IIn��inii divcritw-l
landn:
*nciiit at a |i��-t plantnl al thr w��uth*��*��t
eornor 100 chalna om and lit* cham* north nl
iha nt.rtii:��-t eornct ol Lot in<<. Ilarm'i Burm  .
< unit   Diatrict.   Hart''  ���'.  thonw   Hi  chairn cant,
thenn       chaini northt thanea i" ritalm ���oot,|
In* nouth t" poal of rommenepment
' ��t latt " k   ,:i> in ;<- moi* <>r \t**m.
Hat.-i Ma. -���. 1911. QRA< ). McTAVlSH
Pab Ma Prad \v. iinhier, Auent
��� g up r,'.������:��� ��� akt ;i point *-t
g on ii~ io ���
the < ���   '
Clothing,
Boots, Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
Topshirts,   Underwear, Etc.
ir.- well acquainted with the ell*
,?of ti.- Ei teriorand I ��vt
the   ritfht   kind   *>(   Roods.
Grossman & Soskin
lUTI ITTBRI  I" Ml.'.'
H-i   7lh nnd Blh Sl.
Office Wanted
Wanted lu htr*. mmH .������*��� ill .,���*������*.
I ������  I
Municipal Notice
a
���
aa a tm.
ai(. lh��ir ���
���timeneinaa V.
*   alata-
���-1        \. ���
...
Money.   Fined $10
D. Toni and G. Guseppi Had
Adeventure with the Law,
Toni Resisted Arrest and Constable Morrison Resisted a
Bribe.
Tenders  Wanted
��� "\wi111
Second Ave.
���
��� ��� '  ���   1-
������; ���
���-1 I.) the iara.ler.titnaa.1 ut,
'** exraaala .n .af a part
' f'.r laair.- j  I
a'    ��� -   a   -. . ||
C. H. SAW IK.
Sec. Sali -.1 B<j*ra|
S. O. E. B. S.
The   PrlBO.   K'llaert   Tulare.   N
Knarlari'l. mart, the firat an-l  thiral  Tueaalaa. In
earh maanth in the Carpenter. Hall, at ��� ,a.'n
t. V   rl.AIIK. See..
1' O. Boa 111 I'rince llmert
PHENIX THEATRE
1    '��� ll 'a aiat
TO-NIGHT
Complete   Ct,��n8e ���| Pro.r.mme
FOR   SALE
Taa .llaaa Hall Allea.. .2 feet LanK : Wall
ea.e anal r'anntei. I '.lira, rnral talale.. etc.
-.'��� taae. Iht Outfit for 'Hiick .ale. Al'l'ly
H E ROSS. I'i ��� . IIMd I'...I llaanna
I hiral Avenue Prince Rupert
. the shore line.
Speculators Paradise
l�� it .t, \  \\". der if the pros-
po live -attlii' leaves the group <it
i-I.I'll- .; 'li-litl-ta-al  111.'..   .'     NotO   C
sawmill rui . ing.   N'o coal claims
I developed.   No land accessible tlir>aiii;li tin- blundering "i .1
|i.itt-r, .1 ...\rr, a'Mii'i'i.   Roads.: il
ir.tiK  there  art' none;   \rt   this
disc 1l1.1t awaits but thc .nl-
vc t "I population, is ^i\.-1 over
������I thf -pri ulator and to enrich
the growing treasury at thc capital.
Revenue Over $500,000
'It     I*    I'Hl      I'lH     lllllt'll      |H    al~k      tllall
some unprejudiced man bo stnl
in the Queen Charlotte group to
examine into and report on thc
condition ol affairs. There is .1
inn. try al your very doors which
i- capable of supplying your mar-
ktt with all the requisites of
li\ii".;. With a forcsl and stream
wealth tliitt i> unsurpassed; the
ground ai il climate to support
hundreds of thousands of people;
with waterways unequalled for
thc purpose of conveying produce
tn the open sea, and all compar-
itivcly unknown. Producing al
revenue to thc govcrnemnt that
exceeds the half million in.irk, yet |
For resisting .trrt>t and attempting in bribe Constable Morrison yesterday D. Toni was today
fined S10 by Ma^istrali; Car��.
Along with a companion G, (iti-
seppi, Toni was coming down Sixth
street and both were feeling hil-
.irii'ii-. Guseppi iii particular let
himself y,n with a run and raised
quite a dtiM t'i>r ;i second nr tw 1,
It was tlifi' that Constable Morrison interfered. Guseppi would
have come along .ill rinlit. but
Toni seeing 'ii* companion in
trouble rushed valorously to thc
rescue only to find himself gripped
la\ the strong arm of the Law, Hc
struggled but was persuaded i"
come as far iis the police sli.uk
Here Toni tried the other method
whispering i" the constable that
it would be worth quite a neat
little sum to him to look the othe
way while his arrests escaped
With ;i smile Constable Morrison ushered his charges politely
tn tht-ir apartments in the Municipal Hotel, and this morning both
appeared before the Magistrate.
Guseppi for being drunk ai'il ili>-
orderly paid $7.
REGULAR DRILL REWARDED
Silver Cup Given to Pte. G. F.
Macdonald   by   Col.   Sergt
Buys live, (foini; hotel,
ars lease. t,'ii>b
$7,500. balance Ul one ami two yt'iirs.
$0  f* A A   Buys ,r> room Ilotine in
L  D U U   section 6.    Eitsy termi
uf payment can lit' arranKetl.
Buys  Double Apartment
House in section li. Terms
an be arranged.
Buys  Nine   Room   Houm
with  basement, hot ami
L'ulii water,  ami modern convsnlencet,
rime payments arranged.
Buys elegant eight rooia
Bungalow; four Bre-placei
bath, all modern conveniences.
live   rtmm   House tm
rve.
$6000
can be arrai
$5500
eulii water,
Time payme
$5180
$300 Er^^^^
"ASK UNCLE JERRY"
*$_*}H AA Buys -1 room House in sec-
*ym_l*J\) tion 5. Modern conveniences inclutlinK bath.
d>OAAA Buys 7 room House in ���"���'���
?wWUU tion 5. Modern conveniences.
Buys  two  story House, 7
rooms, in section one.
Per month will rent a 60-foot
store un Second Avenue.
$2625
$50^^^^^
"ASK UNCLE JERRY"
$100
$1000
I
ihe Pioneer I)rungi\t
PHONE   1   ;   ;
82
Utst Pictut���   -   Besl Music
GET THE HABIT
EVERYBODY   COME
Mn\\% 15c
Und lii.trin
lalio t>���,ir,. ,,,���   WjU
**r, II. C
JAPS  ARE NOT  BEATEN
South Pole Expedition is Merely Resting at Sydney
(Cadanian I'ress I Hspatch
Tokio, M.n 8    It i- announced
litTf tli.it the Shirase expedition in
|Hilt'    h.i -    utit
lli-lrirl a,| t',���.|
^^^^^^^^   Mr1aai��h nl Vanra.n.
liar a-.m.i   ."^"l'"! ">ra  ,.!.:   ,,,..���, ,..1.,,], |��� ,,,p|v
"���ti tn |,i,rrh..a. i)���. i,,||,���|n�� ,la,orlwi
m.?to"��w^��w��iitaM��tawi|r��ich   tho Soutlt   __���  ..������
>�������..  laaartl,  �����,)   |���  t|���|M ,.���,   ���,  ,hp r
��� **i i-i. ni.-,. ii���v,v'. s,�����P>-. 'iliantlan't'tl   it,  attempt,   as
ported.    It is merely resting at
mail alalia,. , ",'''""'** ''** ,*'**! "I r���m������.���r,��� ��� "���     '
BflSfiBB,."Wffit*    MaMMI,    M'""V'       )?*"[___,<     '""'",ri,'��     '"
nww.iMjn A��.,,t>in.tkf another trial,
#  ���   ��   ��� *  ��-���-+- * * *-
;fred. stork
Gencml Hardware
Bailders1 Hardware
Valves & Pipes     Oxford Stoves
Qranltawara     Tinware
SECOND
A handsome silver cup mounted
mi a solid mahogany base was
I  yesterday awarded to PrivateG. I'.
Macdonald of Earl Gcry's Rifles
* for  regular attendance al  drill,
��� The award was made by Color
��� Sergeant George Leek who presents
the cup,
AVENUE
*-*** > * �� i
Per month.   We are offering
for rent a line Store on Sec-
mill Avenue, 25 x 47.
Buys  fine   Storehouse en
^^^^^^  Third Avenue.
&* O r   Per   month   rents   Store sad
**?*-*���--*   Living Room on Fulton Bt
Offices for Kent in the Bunking District
"ASK UNCLE JERRY"
Till!UK is an increasinK demand for
* dwelling houses ami apartments.
Anyone having houses and spsrtmenti
for rent to be vacant at any time in the
near future shoultl list them with Bt ��'
once iis we have many demands by Bisll
from parties who desire to secure quartan bv the time they arrive here.
I   AM daily asked my opinion as to the
* permanent values of real estate in
I'rinee Kupert for investment. To ail
such enquiries I honestly state that MJ(
Prince Kupert properties, at nre)"11
Valuations, are a good investment,
but I advise my clients who are desirous of taking advantage of "snaps" to
invest only where offering! are made St
much below present market quotations.
Uf K are able to pick up for our elicits
" who have reatly cash for investments good properties at from 20 t" I"
per cent, below the market by careful
watching of fluctuations and chsncei
by our staff, If you have cash for investment and are looking for renl bargains call in and talk it over. I W
show you how to make quick profits.
Jeremiah   H.  Kugler
*    If you want a strawberry short-
| cake at home for dinner to-mor-
1 row,  call up Reilly's before  i\
p.m.   Phone841
lt
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