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Array The Prince Rupert Optimist
DAILY  EDITION
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VOL. II.  NO. 79
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Tuesday, April 11, l'Jll.
Price Five Cents
Ffnl
WHY ONE MAN
WAS BOUNCED
Facts About Light and   Phone
Plant
MR. LOVE S REPORT
Men on the Staff���Their Wages.
Married or Single���Their Stay
in Rupert���All but Their Size
in Boots.
Some little time ago Alderman
Hilditch desired information from
Alderman Smith as chairman of
the light and telephone committee
regarding the 'phone and light
plant employees. Last night Alderman Smith placed in the hands
of the city clerk replies to Alderman Hilditch's questions by
Mr. Love to this effect:
There arc two men on the
'phone department engaged in Installation and construction work.
The* are ten line men on the
light plant, and four men on the
operation of the plant. Both
men on the 'phone plant are
married, and serve on the light
plant. Their terms of stay in
Prince Rupert varies from six
months to three years���mostly
one year.
Wages: the trouble-man gets
$130 per month, first-class linemen
get 62 1-2 cents per hour, second
class linemen !){) 1-4 cents, powder
men .10 cents, laborers 4") cents,
blacksmith (12 1-2 cents per hour
and foreman 8150 per month.
One lineman, a married man,
was discharged recently by the
foreman for refusing to do a job
given him at 4,45 p.m. on the
ground that he required 15 minutes
to pack up his tools, etc., and
backing up bis refusal with threats.
Alderman Hilditch asked for
a copy of these replies Mo his
queries and the city clerk was
instructed lo furnish this.
SIGHTSEERS GAZED HELPLESS AT THE AWFUL TRAGEDY
WILL   COST   $104,000
To  Put   in   a  Working  Sewer
System
To install a complete working
sewer system in the inhabited
area of Prince Rupert will, according to the City Engineer's
report, cost at least $104,032.
This does not include the usual
allowance of 15 per cent for
contingencies.
In his report on the proposed
sewer system the City Engineer
described the advantages of Prince
Rupert's situation on elevated and
sloping ground, and the effect of
the tides in sweeping out the
harbor. This will save Prince
Rupert a good deal in the cost
of sewage disposal. It was at
first moved that the matter be
referral to the streets committee
but on the motion of Alderman
Morrissey it was referred to the
the council in committee of the
whole with the City Engineer in
attendance.
Mr. R. L. P. Hurt, manager of
thc local afcency of the L. P.
Smith Typewriter Co., left last
night on tbe S. S. Princess May
for Vancouver, where he will meet
his wife, who is coming from
England to live in Prince Kupert.
BRITISH NEWS
The S. S. Ottawa, belonging to
the While Star line, which was
formerly on the St. Lawrence
route has been sold to the Turkish
government as a troopship.
Mr. (). P. Merrill went to
Vancouver last night on the S. S.
Princess May to meet his wife, who
is coining from Chicago.
Mr.   J.   S.
Vancouver on
dray   has   gone
a business visit.
to
IROQUOIS OUT FROM DOCK TEN MINUTES WHEN CARGO SHIFTED AS A
RESULT OF SQUALL STRIKING STEAMER
PASSENGERS HURLED INTO THE SEA
Captain  A. A.  Sears, Mate  Ibister and Several Passengers Floated Ashore on
the Wreckage���Purser Munro Was Washed Away   Mrs. Houson of
Salt Spring Island and Her Little Boy Among the
Drowned   Description  of   Vessel
(Special to the Optimist)
Victoria, April 11.���From fifteen
to twenty persons, passengers and
crew of thc steamer Iroquois perished within sight of Sydney wharf
yesterday morning in a heavy
pale. Nine of the Ixxlies have
come ashore, bin many are slill
coffined in the vessel, ll is not
even known exactly how many
perished in the vessel, though
fourteen lives at least are known
to have been lost.
In Sight of Land
The vecsel left her berth at
nine o'clock on her north bound
trip from Sydney by way of the
Gulf Islands to Nanaimo. As
she left a storm set in. Just
as she reached the harbor entrance,
and within ten minutes of leaving
her dock, she was struck by a
heavy south east squall which
laid her on her side. To the horror
of the few sight seers on lhe wharf
the vessel did not rise again. The
seas swept over her again and
again.
Disappeared from View
Terrified and helpless figures
could be seen clinging to portions
of the ship's hull as the cold seas
+.^.^..
At  Glasgow  Mr. J. Gilchrist,
chairman of Messrs. Barclay, Curie & Cd shipbuilders, has been
entertained at dinner on the occasion of his jubilee as a member
of the lirm.    He was presented
with a silver casket.
WHAT THE COUNCIL DID LAST NIGHT
1. Held little private pow-pow in Mayors room.
2. Adopted excellent Health Report from Dr. Reddie.
3. Arranged lo call for new coal tenders for Light Plant.
4. Heard City Engineer's Report on Sewer Scheme to be
discussed in Committee on Thursday. Estimated cost 1104,682.
5. Enquired into cost of retaining walls.
0.    Refused to allow contractors extra time or iiermission  lo
sub-let work.
7.    Awarded conversation prop contract to  Oscar Anderson
and Co.
S.    Talked about completing Fraser St. sewer.
0.    Discussed attack on Prince Rti|>ert's rats.
10. Introduced a By-law tO define duties ol civic officials.
11. Referred minor request! for plankways, etc. to committee.
j.^.i%,i^h^ii^i.^'^'4
hurled tbe vessel on the wave
Crests. One by one they dropped
off, some lo conic ashore on pieces
of broken wreckage--others to
sink from view inr ever. Before
help of any description could
arrive the steamer had filled wilh
waier and disappeared from view.
Town Was Horrified
The news of the disaster quickly
spread through the town, but the
citizens were powerless to help,
save to pull ashore the few who
were clinging to wreckage. Capt.
A. A. Sears, master and part
owner of the boat, was the first
to be rescued. lie with his chief
male John Ibister were clinging
to a piece of wreckage when lhe
waves washed them ashore.
How Purser Perished
Many, like Purser, A. D. Munro
who wilh Captain Sears own id
the boat, were washed away. The
purser left thc boat clinging for
support to a i..ile of hay. It
floated him all right, but the cold
seas numbed bis grasp, an.l beat
off his grasp, and he perished.
The Cargo Shifted
Captain Sears and Mate Ibister
both agree that the trouble lay
in the shifting of the cargo. They
say that when the squall hit (he
steamer she flew over with a such
jerk lhat the cargo was Hung
over to her port side and prevented
her from rising again. Thrown
from the de.'ks into the water
it was impossible for the crew lo
get to lhe beats, to render much
assistance to the struggling passengers.
Might Have Been Worse
It was lucky that more passengers were not on board at the
time, for lhe Iroquois on her
Minima   schedule often carried as
many as a hundred passengers
instead of the twenty or twenty*
five of yesterday.
Some Sad Incidents
Very pathetic was the death of
Mrs. Houson of Salt Spring Island
who perished with lur little son.
She is the daughter of the late
Henry Lawson, and was reluming
to her home after a surgical
operation at Victoria.
II. J. Ilartncll, the brother of
the steward who was drowned,
was on his way to Sail Spring on
a fishing trip. John Bennett was
on his way to Ganges Harbor in
search of work. Miss Marguerite
Barton who came ashore on a
piece of wreckage is a Victoria
school teacher.
The III Fated Vessel
The Iroquois was a vessel of
about seventy feet in length and
carried a crew of eight ��� very
similar in size to tbe Sechelt. She
was I mill in Vancouver in 1900,
and ever since had plied along
the coast of the inner passage.
She was owned by Captain Sears
and Purser Ilartncll, both of whom
are well known on the northern
coast, form their long service
with the Canadian Pacific Navigation Company, before their boats
CONTINUED FHOM  PACE   .
AT LAST-AT LAST
Kaien Island Club Gets Liquor
License
Mr. J. B. Roerig, president of
lhe Kaien Island Club received
a telegram from F. S. Hussey,
chief license inspector at Victoria,
stating that a license to sell liquor
had been granted to the Kaien
Island Club of Prince Rupert.
The license has been mailed and
will be here tomorrow.
The news will come as a pleasant
surprise to members of the club.
When the directors of the club
made application for a license some
lime ago it wac refused on the
ground lhat die club was an
athletic one. During his visit
here in January Premier McBride
was approached about the license.
He instructed Colin Campbell.
Mr. Husscy's assistant, to look
into the matter. Mr. Campbell
visited the club several times and
advised the granting of a license
to his chief.
Forty passengers from Prince
Rupert went south on the Princess
May last night.
The C. T. P. men are putting
down a new plank roadway in
front of the (,. T. P. Inn.
A  special   service will  be held
on   Good   Friday  evening  in  the
Army   barracks.     Mrs.
will   sing   some   Scan-
Salvation
Davidson
dinaviaii songs during the service
BODIES RECOVERED
J. D. Munro, purser and part owner of the boat.
H. J. Hartnell, steward of the boat.
Andrew Olsen, second engineer of the boat.
Chang Lung, a Chinese cook of the boat.
Foong Yet Sim, assistant cook of the boat.
Miss Isabel Fenwick, St. Margaret's school, Victori
John Brydson, passenger.
F. McPhillips of Ruabon, Wales.
Jan Beactaron, an Austrian.
i	
BODIES NOT RECOVERED
Mrs. Houson and son of Salt Spring Island
Miss Fenwick, sister of Miss Isabel Fenwick
D. N. Davidson, deck hand
 X-
STRIKE TRIAL
IS ON TODAY
Man   Accused  of   Shooting  at
Jerry Miller Appears
WORK STARTS IN CITY
Labor Situation Begins to Look
Healthier- Strikers Imprison
ed Chafe a Bit- Dr. Tremayne
Appointed to Attend Thote
Wounded.
Today's police court sensation
was the trial of Jura Jugkovitch,
the siriker charged with having
shot at Special Constable Miller.
Special Constable Miller gave evidence, also Constable Manscll,
Dan Mclnnis, S. H. Watson and
Special Constable Dchnonie Co-
cola. Up to 12.30 p.m. evidence
was still being taken this afternoon.
In the main the evidence was a
re-capitulation of what is already
known, viz., that Special Constable Miller had a close call, but
grappled with lhe man who shot
ai him while S. II. Watson coming
up laid the striker out. Trial is
proceeding.
Almost every contractor in the
city started men to work today
on city grading and sewer construction.
At ilu- meeting of the P. R. 1. A.
last evening Dr. Tremayne was
appointed lo attend the sick men
under arrest. Some disgiuntle-
nient was voiced at the meeting
about the conditions the strikers
in jail are living under. Mayor
Manson called this morning after
hearing lhat the jail was overcrowded and found that lhe strikers had no complaint to register
about  conditions.    They wanted
to be free.
While working on a scaffold
sawing piles at the Ca. T. P. wharf
this morning a ro|>c which held
lhe scaffold at one end broke and
down went four men Messrs. Macintosh, Murray, Sharp and Nelson
into the icy drink. A bn.it was
lowered antl ro|>es were thrown
and the men soon landed. They
hurried home to gel into dry
clothing. Fortunately thev were
all good swimmers.
Mrs. A. Manson left last night
for Vancouver t<> meet her mother,
Mrs. II. (, Beckwith, ol Toronto,
who   is   coming   lo   visit    Prime
Rupert.
ALDERMAN MORRISSEY
WANTS PAY MONTHLY
It's a Long Time to Wait Till the End of the Year, He
Thinks   A Sheaf of Little Things Done by
Council Last Night-All Count
in Civic Affairs
Wants the Money
Among a host of other things I
a by-law was introduced by Alderman Smith at last night's council. It has to do with the defining
of the duties of civic officials in
Prince Rupert.
City Conversation Props
Messrs. Oscar Anderson & Co.
have been awarded the contract
for the supplying of two hundred
telephone poles required for thc
city.
Want Grade Raised
The Pioneer Laundry company
have applied for raising of the
grade on Third avenue opposite
their building by 4 feet. Referred
to streets committee,
Would be Inspector
Charles Rowe has applied to
the city council for the position
of inspector of buildings and plumb
ing.     The   application   has   been
COUNCIL TALKS ON RA TS CUSTOMS HOUSE RECEIPTS
SHOW RUPERT'S GROWTH
Alderman Morrissey wants a
ncw arrangement made for payment of the aldermanie salaries
of $400 each per annum. He
would like his paid per month.
The suggestion was nol taken
very seriously at last night'c council.
New Coal Tenders
New tenders for the coal supply
for the light plant have been
called for as Alderman Smith
finds that all tenders must be in
terms of coal delivered in the
bunkers at the plant, to enable
the committee lo decide fairly.
These new tenders arc to be called
for by mail.
Want  Plankway
The Continental bruit Co., Ltd.,
also Messrs. J. H. Kugler, and J.
Rogers, have applied for Iiermission   to   build   plankways   to
To get ratty is an aldermanie
privilege, but last night the cily
council was lhe rattiest ever in
Rupert. Every orator there smcll-
ed a rat, saw it floating in the air,
and intended to nip il in the bud,
after the manner of lhe chamopin
metaphor mixer of school-book
immortality. Alderman Smith began it. He slid it was high time
the city got after the rats. Rupert was rapidly becoming a regular
rat-land. Suppose the city offered
the enterprising small boy. population a price per dozen for
killing rals, would not thai lie
the quickest way of gelling rid
of the nuisance.''
Tails 50 Cents per Doz.
Strangely enough Alderman New
ton had wilh him a motion iu
writing to the effect lhat BO centl
|K-r dozen should be offered the
boys of the cily for ral's lails
brought in to lhe City Clerk.
Visions of lhe good-nalured Mr.
Woods besieged by a mob of
small boys, and valiantly coping
with the task of telling the tale
of lh'' taill rose before the council.
Surprised at the coincidence of
the motion, Alderman Smith hastened to explain that he had not
Intended to steal any of Alderman
Newton's thunder. The rat problem had appealed to him of itself.
Certainly the City Clerk should
have the rat's tails.
"Skins, Too," Says Newton
Meanwhile Alderman Morrissey
had whispered to Alderman Newton that rat's skins were marketable.      Up    rose    the    redoulable
Newton wiih the amendment to
his motion thai lhe word "skins"
should be substituted for "tails."
Ile did not see why the cily should
nol go into tbe ral pell trade if
there is anything to il. And the
skins as well as the tails should
be showered upon the long-suffering City t'lerk.
Al thil Mr. Woods showed some
signs of anxiety.
Might Harm the Boys
Into the breach charged Alderman Clayton,    lie was opposed
to the tail production plan. "Rats,"
he declared emphatically, "ate
the greatest disease breeders thai
ever   happened.     Thev   carry   all
kinds of loathsome ailments as
well as the dreaded bubonic plague.
I am told that many of those
recent Iy killed in Rupert are diseased,  and  1  am   opposed  to the
itlea of the boys handling them
to eul off their lails or skin ibt-m.
Let the boys have tins with covers
supplied tbeni, and let them bring
the rats' bodies entire to (he Cily
Clerk who will be able to dispose
of them." The City Clerk grew
pale.
Rats by the Tinful
A nightmare of the city hall
packed with small boys each pouring tins of dead rals at lhe feet
of the Cily Clerk now really alarmed thai obliging official. He began
to enter a protest, and Alderman
Clayton suggested thai the Sanitary Inspector was perhaps the
man for the job. He could al
any rate destroy the rats after
counting. Al this there was a
gasp from behind the Mayor's
chair where sat   Mr.  Macfarlane,
the Sanitary Inspector,
Must Have Booms
There Was More Than Double the Amount Collected
Last Fiscal Year Than in Previous Year
Shipping Tonnage and Entries
Both Show Increases
The CUStome receipts and figures of a cily tell honestly of its
growth or otherwise. This lieing so Prince Rupert is growing as fast
as the proverbial schoolboy. Here are the figures customs for thc
port of Priircc Rupert for the fiscal year ending March 81st, Will
Duty collected year 1911       *H)4,7M>.ri
Duty collected year 1910     40,670.25
Increase for 1011   ���  ?ti4,081.80
Vessell inward from sea year 1011      2f>N
Vessels outward to sea year 1011      243
Vessels inward coastwise year iOll      .... 1,400
Vessels outward coastwise year 1011      1,485
To  the  rescue came  Alderman
Grand totals     8326
The totals fnr 1010 were    8,489
Increase for 1011
Hilditch.    "No use," he said, "to j Vessels built in Prince Rupert year 1011 I
do   much   wilh   lhe   ral   trouble | Vessels Built in Prince Rupert year 1010 . . 2
until we have induced lhe (a. T. P.
Tons
855,137
210,108
570,00:)
680,057
1,.Mil,447
1,140,658
818,789
447
0
Crew
15,066
i2,r.H7
33,0*2
80,418
01.743
71.307
20,876
people lo have booms placed between the boats and lhe wharf
The rats simply jump ashore now
Rat guards on the booms are no
CONTINUKl) ON  PAGE   4        	
0
3,499
1 ncrease for year 1011    2
Number of entries year 1011	
Number of entries year 1010  | ,;,',>���>
 llll-1-iaaa.aa   (,^r.A...,.,.   I" I  I __ ���.-*-��� OPTIMIST
The Prince Rupert Optimist
DAILY  AND WEEKLY
the leading newspaper of Northern British Columbia.   It
ure 10c per line.
rHE OPTIMIST ia
has grown up with the city.
READING Notices ami Legal Advektisin
\ DVERT1SING KATES are one price to all -25c per inch each issue for display
This fate applies to all advertising without distinction of quantity
f contract.    Transient advertising will lie charged at 10c. per line.
Daily, 50c per month, or $5.00 per year, in advance.
Condensed Advertisements.
rjiEEDOPHBLpT Do you wa.t
THE   PRINCE   RUPERT
PREACHED   GOOD  SERMON
matter,
or time
UKKI'UUTION RATES
Weekly, $'J.(R) per year.   OUTBIDS
|2.50 per year, strictly in advance.
:nT liuiiuii. >������ v��.--" a--- ^ -       ... ,-a.l.,
Canada-Daily. $��.HD peryear; Weekly,
Daily Edition.
Who Pays The Bill?-
A little incident close
ment on the economics
Tuesday. APRIL 11
-A Study in Tariff Economics
at home affords opportunity for .1 preacn-
>t the reciprocity proposition.   A few weeks
ago the Optimist hail occasion in return a snnill pan of .its typesetting
a I niiul Suites house for alteration.   The work could
for the firm in question holds all lhc patents
��� part, while small enough to go into anyone's
tably because of the monopoly enjoyed bj the maker.
vould
machinery to
not he done elscw here
on their machine.   Th
coat pocket    probe
is valued at (93.
have to pa>.   A
order to "protect" lhe ( anatli
fact, dues noi exist,    The slij;hi repair require*
the price charged iii the United States.   Iii order 10 protect the mythical j
Canadian manufacturer, the Opiimist had to pay in addition a tax]
of HI per cent upon the cost of the repair.
The point we wish to mak
t"  a  Canadian  inanuiaciinei w��u UUv.  ...
of taxa
  enjoyei
Thai is lhe price a printer in the United Stales w
printer in Canada has to pay 25 per cent more in
an manufacturer, who as a matter of
ed cost 850.   That is
A KE YOU IN ����'V,;V,i,",".��'lolin7   Try The
A  to buy, M ���''"��� ,,r
II
TMlK British Union Jimt Nauonni i ���     ��� ������
���*���   Company of London, England* with oapttal
^���.".  ,,u tar niton,     The  Mnvk
(or liviht
RE YOU IN
Ontlniiat Cundt'tiHttl Ad. ruuiu.
0U8ES WANTED Furnlihed or unfarnlih-
ed.fi ton rooms, [flooatton uml Price ��uit
me I will rent thorn mvwlf ami pay rent in ml-
vanoe, no waiting, no fitting, Phona me todw���
Black 89-Unole Jerry. 78-tf
mill National Fin- tnmrance
^^^^ "" aland, ������
of 12,600,000,00.    ^tH* us for niton.
Realty ami Inaurance Company,
ttrnithttd nwnnn
loieln,    Apply *-*t\ B. op.
77-7U
1 board im private family
14
roomiand bftth. f"r-
Apply nl
WANTED-Two
houiekeeplng.
ttrulit
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W    x.M. optimist Omi
Wan'ri-iI)- Moihm". 4
AiJliharforunlurnlihed,ato��c��
Optimiat. Bitt X.
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eleven atn
iea.    Wa-  aviint  yooi
Lai uatjuotayoti ratal
lurtnM Company
l���,. Imuranco. Wareprj
,.���,. |n,ur��iiM Compjn
. ,  lai-OT "I"! ��_**>'
Thwack Wy and In
���:;���i U. and Fulton St.   II
Wanted
A good General Servant.   Applj^to
- v. Bennett, Sth Ave,
Rev. Mr. Kerr Spoke on Being
Smitten on Cheek
HAD GREAT SALE
Friday's Paper Was  in  Great
Demand
Mrs. C.
S. O. E. B. S.
,rl i edge, No. ills. Sons ol
' M ud tiair.l Tueedayi "
Tho Prlnoa Rui
Bnaland, tneata tho Ural 	
each month in ii" Cwpeatan Hull, at B p.nv
**, V   l'l.AUK, Sit.,
P. o. Box si>. Prince Rupart
I
is not the obvious one thai in our
efforts to "protect' a Canadian manufacturer who does not exist.
we only succeed in making the Canadian primer bear a loat
tion which the United Stales printer has net to meet, bill that the taxation is imposed ultimately upon the people of Prince Rupert.    For
      ys the bill, but the people of Prinee Rupert who buy
die products of
In like manner
his fellows for every
British Columbia
i
���.WANTED.J
������-~^ |
A   Girl   to   learn   Preaa* j
feeding nnd Bookbinding.
who iii ihe end pay   ^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^
uf the heavily taxed machine.
favored  United Stales printer i
|      _
the
The tariff
lurch asing
^^^^^^^^^^ taxed  by
British Columbia apple he eats, for every can of
       ilmiin that tin<l> its way to his table.    And we in
urn suffer with him, because apples and cans of salmon, unlike monotype machines are not a monopoly of any one country,
tax both diverts his trade���and reduces the volume ant
power of his money.
When the consumers ol (anada and of the United States waken
up to realise the fact that ihey pay the bill for every cent of taxation
on imports, reciprocity of a far wider nature than that contemplated
in the present international agreement will follow.
Rejoicing as we do at the report of Mr. Fielding's $30,000,000
surplus, as indicating the growth of Canada's trade under the Laurier
government, we cannot blind ourselves to the fact that il represents
(1(1(1,111111 of surplus taxation exacted from the people of Canada.
I Apply at
+���~*~-
The Optimist
Taking the passage of Scripture
that tells a man to turn the right
cheek to be struck when he has
been struck on the left, Rev. F. W.
Kerr, preached a line powerful
sermon Sunday night in the
Empress Theatre.
He gave illustrations showing
the curious explanations to which
men resorted to preserve the literal
meaning of the word, soinclinics
at ilic expense of the spiril. Sell-
control ought to be stronger than
passion, he said, and the love ol
humanity so inbred thai ii cannol
be dislocated by a blow. We
can judge a man not by the
amount of [fession exhibited but
by the amount of passion controlled. There is enough powder
in the house across the Hay to
lay the city i" ruins, or enough,
under wise control to lilt 'int
cliffs and leave us a ciiy level and
well-ordered.
On the lirst Sunday evening
after blaster Mr. Kerr intends
to give the lirst of a series of
Sunday evening addresses on Socialism.
The Optimist regrets having to | Ji,t mMJadw.A
LAND  PURCHASE NOTICE
Skoona Lund DUtrlot���Diatriet of Count.
Tako notice tlmt I, Laialie IB, Walter, of Vancouver, H.C, oca'upuiion proipaotor-a Intendi tu up-
lily for parmlaMon to purohaao tin* followinK dt-a-
crlbanl landai
'  K at a post plant..1 nml umrkoil I,,
und imiiu.liiiteiy niljoinitiir
COAL NOTICE
Commencing i
K. W.'s S.K.
i n.W. oornei
thenoe north -ut
th 40
'lilll'
The Optimist review .,
1 �� �� pott nmrmii ����,���. ���......
diaaDDoint   SO   many   people  who efetjni, thenee weit BO attains, thenee louti
11 t*   t"> i j chuins, thenee eait 80 chaini, to point <>f ��������
Wanted   extra   copies   of   Fnu&y s meneement, containing ^aoro^ more or leii
���- ���**������    bira.i    tvlition   1)llt,'��1 Ut Feb., iiin       Cbarlei H. Allen. An
Pub. Feb. 26.
Bkeena Land Dlitrlct-Dlitrlct of Cantar
Taki* notice thai i Bolcom McDonald of Prince
Rupertt B.C., occupation laborer, Intendi to up
ply for permtuton to purchase the following de-
Daoer,     An   extra   large   edition
Z printed, and afterwards an
1 ���   of   three   hundred,
sold   we   had
extra emtio
���\fter   ihese   were
[rom the news agencies
iimdred more. Some
coined  a small
dciiiani. ^^^
for about five I
of the newsboys
fortune b) selling their stock oi
papers al ten cents a piece.
TO  BOOST THE  PROVINCE
C. P. R.Gct 0ut a Fine Booklet
to Advertise B.C.
���orlbod landi
O
halt
QUM��� Charlotte ..tu,i.l��.-.'lBtrlet-��Utrloto.
Tuk,nolifotl,,it.>hi.Md.���.(��<V��n^
SSS& ISIS SBpWWBR" -he rouowing
daaoribed landai , .,|nnll,,i about two mllea
Commonolng at    poit I an        niQUth 0, th8
.outh and two i"1'��� ,'i    Mcl.. N. B, Corner.
B^JftJUSf2   h SlIthllm, >h"nco mm* 80
thonce aoutaa ov _htihm   thoncai east  80
containing
JOHN MeLEOD
Clurence McDowell, Agent
duoon Charlotto Wand. Um. Distrlct-Dlatrlct ol
rss&'c&'sa ttffii *�� <M^n*
deaorlbad lands
urkeil J.
No. 72, tlience south 80 ctltuns, .   	
chniiiH,  thonce north  80 cIihIiih,  thence east  80
ohatni to point ot oomroaneomonti        ' '"'���
640 acres, more or h-ss.
Dated Keh. 81, l'Jll.
I'uh. Keh. 24.
nml
sail!
thenco
thonce
containing 640 acraa
Data Keh. 8.1811.
���r commanc-
Pub. Mnr- IB
t su I'lmins. Ue
I ehuins lo point
bolcom McDonald
j���w|.h lMway. Aga-nt
chains to l"lint J
acres, iiio'o M "ft
Daied Keh. 22, 1811
Puh. Keh. 21.
cd ahout two mllea
'   ol tho
Cornor.
640
JOHN MeLEOD
lx'slle B. Walter, Agont
Id llislrict���Diatrictol
nl ol Vuncouvor,
ill
DANCE?
Well, don't forget our regular
ffaalliaaala] nixhl dance in the
McINTYRE HALL
Admission $1.00 Udics Fr��
el
On Thursday afternoon next
April 13th, the Ladies Aid of
the Methodist Church will have
a sale of aprons and home-made
candy. Proceedings will begin
at three o'clock. The ladies will
serve tea during the afternoon.
Every one invited. 2t
The general work of advertising
British Columbia is being pushed
by the Canadian Pacific Railway
who have just issued an interesting
descriptive booklet dealing with
mining, fishing, fruit growing, and
agriculture. The book is plentifully illustrated and is full of
advice to intending immigrants-
Reference is made to Prince Rupert its a port of call for all northern
lines, and to its being beautifully
laid out on scientific lines.
A similar publication deals with
Western Canada.
Queen Chariotta Islands I jm.l
Skeena
Take nolice llmt 1, John McLood ...  	
ipi'ly i occupation broker, intend to upply fur |iennia,loh
tu prospecl lor conl and petroli'Uin un the lolluwing
descrilied lands:
and ono* |     Comtncncih,! al u post planled ahout two mllea
I i south and two milen west  ol ttiu mouth ol tho
s ' Tl-ad Uiver and murked    J. Mcl,. N. B, Corner,
No. 47, thence nouth Ml chains, Ihence wa>st 80
�����  .h.laaa   i|���.nc,. cast   80
Ska'ena Land Distriet-Distriet of Casshtr
Take notice tlmt I Oniric, Morris of I'rince Ku
pert. U.C.. OCOUPiUon   labonr,   intends  to I.
for pannlialon to purchase the following deseril
ihI land,:
Commaneinfl al i post plantod thra
half miles in an easterly dinvtion from tha I"1
on Naaa River whara tha Lava Lake trail hag
land one mile in a imrtherly direction  from the , ������, .t> ���_,,__ 	
said   Laaa  Lake trail,  thenoe south SU chalna. I cimins,  U'onea   north   BO  chains   I.	
thenco atat BO ohalna,  thenee north SU chains,    chains to point of commetlcotuonl: containing 640
thence wesl BO Chaini to point of eouimeiieoiiiont. . niT.'s,  more or less.
containing640 aorea Dated Kadi 22, mil.
Date Keh. :l. lull. CHARLES UORR18    Pub. Keh. 24
Pttb, Mar. 10. Joseph Uelway, Aa:enl '
Qui-en Charlotte IslundiLand Diatrict -DUtrict
Bkaana Land Dutrict-Dlatriot of Caaaiar      ,    ���. ,             , . , ';k!',,"?. ,    .  ...
'I'ake notice that                            " "* **-'���'     lake lolici'that I, Juhn McLaiial ol \ancouver,
Rupart, U.c, occur '     J "" '" '"" """"ission
apply for permission io v..���  ���	
miles soul ii and two mila'H aaai
aOHN MeLEOD
larence McDowell. Agent
John MeDonnld of Prlncel     _Z__*.,���\-v i__V ���"' *"", ,    ,
,n liotelka'eper   intends  l>.   occupation hruker, inlend lo apply for permissiun
'lo iiurchase the following ; '," I1"!"!",'''' lor -'"-' and pelroleum on the following
T''"'u AI    i daaoribad lands:
aeaenoea lanoi.    ���,������������, ,hrM,      , Commencing  at   a poal planted  about two
nnu nni      m9m Miulh ani( (wo mjlw vire( u, the mouth __
' ' --'    and   tnnrka-il
'St-llO" -��� ,   .,_	
Comnienrinai at s I   ** !'.!��""
���alf mile, in an ensliily      "
un Nuns Uiver where th
a souin ami ... ������ ���   .     .
h^f ml.e.)n.n^.e.iyidin-i-;-',ri^nI | f*u%? ��$ C^^u'tfc ��;uth 80
i from the point I
lo trail bagini
clioli friim the
180,
That much of it  will lie spent on public enterprises is certain.
ihat a Mini of over $3,000,000 hitherto
will henceforth not he exacted
Hut the Ix'tlcr promise in it is
i.    id by taxing lhe food of the pe
if n. iproeity carries.
li is oik of the amazing things io contemplate, that ihe people
of a country should have tn be argued wiih by the government to
induce them to see that a proposal to remove 13,000,000 taxes from
their fond Mil is a wholly desirable thing.
And as we have pointed out befure. the $3,000,000 is merely the
/erflow over lhe tariff wall of a much greater stream of taxation
that the people have to bear living, under tariff conditions.
o
.��.*-:���
kUT OF TOWN Readers of the
Optimist intending to settle in
Prince Rupert or the interior are
assured of a square deal, when outfitting, by purchasing their supplies and
equipment from firms who advertise in
the Optimist.        :-        :-        :-        :-
The management solicits and accepts
local advertising only from firms of the
utmost reliability. By purchasing from
them you are assured of an honorable deal.
You have not only the guarantee of
the advertiser; you have the added endorsement which the acceptance of their
a Ivertising implies. This is a service
which we owe to our out-of-town readers
and which they will do well to profit by.
Brin
Furniture
Coys
ASSIGNMENT
Sale
Is Still Going on
NO REASONABLE
OFFER REFUSED
Swift's Premium Hnms ami Bacon with
Cowichui Kggs 85c, at
QUEEN'S RESTAURANT
,l. w. Williams Proprietor
MYSTERIOUS   WHISTLE
Trial of Camorrists Will be a
Lengthy Process
��� ;     aa   i. ,, nnrtharlll direction from �����"*' ' ^i.uiaua   thvnce  out   do'chaina,  thonco  north 80
^UvJMtfViri^aoith^Wahjjnfc H5 thonco nlH abate, to potat_*!**>���
.-I w ���     N' chili"-,  thonco north mi chain-.    ������,������,       -
" raVtNi chain., io point of oomimm'vmvnt. j ,,���,���,
JOHN MoDONALD   Pub'
j���M���h Uelway. Aflmt I _^_ ^^ ^ Ul]|1 Di8lrlct_Di.trict o
thenca'i    ________
contnininK 640 acrea,
Date Kela. 3. ISU.
Pob, March 10.
uh, thonce  ua^l su cmaiim ...  )....,   ...	
cctnvnl;  containing HiO ucrati, moro or lam.
..I Fih. J'J, 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
. Fvb. 24. Claronco McDowell, Auent
fat -nlaitricl "I Coant UiinBc ��
fake notice that Mary.Uell Hcaton
. U   "
pel
landa:
tm. ... O.-.^l-^^^JjSBli"]^,?! i-thid land.:
BklMHll
;v .       Tkkfl tititici' thut I, John UcLwd of Vancouvur
cou [ oeeUptUot) braltWi im- mi to apply for pormissjion
tu DffMpMt for ctiul uinl potrolflUH) on the fullowlnn
C.   '  I'll    l.l'n^.
'uncMi'iicinn at a past plan toil alwut two milt*
^^^^^_^^_ �������� - Ith iu��^ two milt* Mlt ol tht* mouth ol the TW\
rut corm-r of Lot :l:��J*0, "thence about ;10 chuina' Hivt-r nnu murkiil J. Mcl- S. \V. forniT, No. 33,
north to Im\ 17'j;i, thum ��0 chaina wvst t- Lot Uw��> nun.. KO chuins. thenct' eaat 80 chainB,
RttL thenre alwut 80 chuina aouth to .Lot 8681,1 thonce south *'l chuins, thence weat 80 chalna to
for iHTmiwion to pure       ^^^^^^^^^^^^
Commencins ut .. ���o.t planted, at the north
BfaftllRS |KS5 wTcha'm.lou.h ti j P**
tnenca   n . ���() clinin> _uU thm���
FRANK D. KEELEY
WIIOLKSALK AMI KK1 All. HRl'OlilST
Phone No. 200 P. 0. Box 680
PRINCE KUPERT. B.C.
(Special to the Optimist)
Viterbo, April 10.���It is likely
that the trial of the Camorrists
will last a considerable lime so
Frequent are the suspensions of
sittings. This mor.ting at the
sound of a whittle Presidenl Hi-
aiitlii adjourned court.
FOREIGN NEWS
tot 6S2. thenco 10 cam. earn, ane,...- -0 clu    ��   "��� ,j.(:;    _.,, mi.
north   tin c U chaii�� a��.t to point  ot cairn-1 Uataai.ri
meiei'inV ,   containinK SsO acr�� more or law..
���r.��"i,..-k.-.l.\l. II. H..S.K. Corner.
Daleal Fa-h.11. I'-'H.
Pab, March 4
MARY BELL BBATON
COAL NOTICK
n Chariotta lslandia Laml District- Dialrici !
Ska'ena
Taka- notica- that 1, John McUhkI ii( Vancouver,
Qua-a-i
I'uh. Feb. '-I-
JOHN McLKOD
Clarenca. McDowell, AKent
,��cu|U,iioii hroker,.iiiuiml to apply for l��;.-ini����on j puh. F..b. M.
Ouan.il Charlolle Islanila lja.d llbtrict-Dlatritt ot
M Skcna
Take notice that 1. John HaLaod ot VaneouvaT
occupalion broker, intern! to npi'y (or permli��ion
lo |iw|H*l (or coal and pa'tnleum an the lollowinK
,l,^!;;nl.,!dnK:at��.io��tl,l,.i....d^T.womilr
,oulh ..( the I'l-ol ��_** "'"* """V, , Jl" ,M,C'"
N F Corner, No. :��. Iheiica. aoulh 80 chalna,
Ihenc wnt SO chains, thenc north SO afcain*
,l",,c ant SO chain., t.i point ol cnmincncmva;
oonuJnta|640 term mor Im. mLyw
Datad leh ... WIL ^^ K Wa|u.r A((���M
PORTLAND CANAL STOCKS.
���  *   * *
m
The House of Good Values
IN THE
Pool Block,    3rd Ave.
Between 7th and 8th
C. B. Lockhart, Assignee
Late.t    Quotationa   From  Vancouver Exchange.
(Aa reported by S. llarriaon at Co.)
BID    ASKF.U
Portland Canal    101-2       II
Stewart M. & D. Co    130      1.20
Kud Cliff 95       .93
Main Reef 25
The Norwegian Government has
Introduced a l.ill in the Storthing
entitling women u> hold any m.iu
office,  except   military  or clerical
positions. The Government wanted to include clerical p/tsts, but
the bishops opposed it.
<CCII)K,l>oo   >��������...,,         .   ���
io proapaM tor coal and patloloun on tha. lollowinK I
'  Cammandnt at a post plaatad almut thtw milea ' Quel Ohaltottl lalands Unl Diatrict���Diatrict ol
north anal one milaaa wa-at ol th.- mouth of tlie l'1-cl       _ , , ,  bkeena
Hiver nnd markad J. Mcl.. S. F. Cocnaf, No. _:..      Taka nolle thai I, John MOLaOd ol Vancouver.
thenca. north  Ml chain., thenc ��,-l  Mi chain.. ! occupation broker, intend lo apply lor pairmlaaion
thaw nouth ��0 chain., thenc c.i-i mi chain, lo   I" pri��|H|el tor coal and petroleum on the lollowini
point   ol   caimmenca ma.nl;    conlanuiiK  OKI aCTa'.. i MBjnbad landa:
more or laaaa. ( onima'ncinK al a poat phantatl about two mila*
Daleal Pab, -tl, lull. JOHN Mcl.KOD J w,uih ol the mouth ol the Tl-el Hiver anil markanl
... -_ \|cijowa'll, AKent ' ^'  McL-- s. K   Corner,  No. Ill, thence woat 80
| chaina,   thenc  north   SO  chaina,   thencv  eiut   SO
^  chaina, thenca- aaauth sii ehaina to point ol com*
(Jucn Charlotle laland. Uand District ���Diatrict
I'ub. Feb. '.*.
t cuaina,   aaia'iat.' m>> 	
,   ma.nca.ma.nl:  containinK 840 acra^a. more or leaa.
01 , Datnl Feb. ^2, l'Jll. JOHN McLKOD
.. i I'ob. Feb. 24. Latalla EC. Waller Auent
^^^^^^^- Skia-na
Takv none that 1, Joh    Mcl^aal ol \ anrouaa*, (      ^	
occupation brokaT, intend lo applv lor |MTini��inli    .. ,..    , ,.   . ,     ,   ,      , ... ...    ���.. ._,   .
���'���--- -��,lr���|,.um'0��� ,he l,,ll���w,nB   ^u,*n i l"rl0,u' W"m''! lj,ml "latnet-Diatriet ol
There are now about 40,000
miner:, at work in lhe gold mines
of Siberia. The grains of Siberian
Hold are said to be on an average
larger than those of any part of the
world.
CKALKU TF.SDFHS al.lrea.e.1 lo Ihe uniler-
w riaaada nnd en.lorae.1 "Temlcr for Kx.mlnina
WaraMnaaa Vaaoettvar, M.C.." will !����� raaatvaa
until IK'p.m .n Mond��. April 24th. mil. for
the eon.lruction of an Kxamlnintr Warehouae.
Vancouver. It. C.
I'lana. .|M-vi,i, .Hon .-. I form of contract can tie
���ea-n and rami "( tend. - <tatafn��*t at thetrflieeaaif
Mr J.K. c>r. Suparintamdanl ol Publk liinld-
liun for Manitoba. Paat mile Huil.iinir. Winnl-
pear. Man.. Mr Wn;. II. ndaraoo. Realdent Architect. Vlctoaia. H.C . at the l'o*l Ollice. Vancouver
and al thi. lM-artnient.
I'erauin* tetab.rlna are notillnl that tenders will
n.,l l<e con.i.|,.ie.| .n.i,.. made on the printed
faffBU xipplta.!, and .iarna.1 with their actual nit.
nalurea. .tatinK lliHt ovcapatloai anil place* of
raaldawca. In Hi..:,., ..f nrma, tha. aa'tunl .larnn.
tuae. tli" natiiie of the .eruiiation and t-lare <>f
laahlaniia of tt*. Iliawiliaf of the Urn, leu.t la-
alveh.
I _ I, I. oiler ooi.t lw> aeeaampanml by an ar-
i-e|.le.l abaatiaoa a rharla-raal laank. navable 1,,
Hi., .a.l.t of the HonMiiaal.'e the Mimater aaf Fill-
hr Work., a-ounl I" len | ��� ��� rent, lo ul ���f tlar-
amouait of Ihe tender, whtrh will  he forfellaal   if
tba pafaoa laadarlaa daallaa ta enter lata a con-
trai-l when iall��-,l upon I.. do aaa. or fail to eaan-
platathaarorboontnwtad rar,    If the teataieria-
not aeea-,.11.1 Ihe rhniue a, ill bc returned,
lhe lia-iiaatment .1.-. not Mrel Itaelf In accept
tba lawaol m an) lemlei
Hy .."ler.
I.   ('   HF.SIIIICIIK1IS,
Depart menl of I'ol.lic \\.   ka. Secretary
llllnwn. Mar. I. Bad, 1*11.
S- a. -|.ii an will not I-  ,.aid for tin.  a.kertiac-
menl if llov in.eal II Willi alt aillhuaity from the
llipartmenl. tt***
Tlie first monorail for passengers
and freight will lie opened in
Germany this summer.
A million dollars' tl,images is
what French aeroplane manufacturers may have to pay for infringement* of the Wright Bros.'
patents.
to praapaol lor caial and jael
.!.  i nl. .1 landa:
t'oinmenclliK at a poal plantcal alaml four mile*
north and thn<c mile* we.t ol tin- mouth et the
TU-1 Hiver and markisl J. Mcl.., N. I'.. Corner.
No.  1)6   thenee aouth  Ml chaina,  tlience  aaat   Ml
liain., thenca. aaat  mi
Takv BOtlat thai I, Jo n M. I ���   ,1 ot Va: couver,
o-curation hraikir, intaiil   o apply (or permuaaioa
to proapact lor c nl and |H.|rolenm o   thv followinK
  all*. crilNHl lamU:
chaina   thvnc north  Ml  chain.,  thenc ea-t   Mi       lomii.encinK al a p at plalit.al about (our mil.a
chain, to IHaint ol cnunaiicment;  containinK 840   *��__���  *!"'  tw" m.l..a we I  .,1 the mouth ol   the
ac�����. more or I.���. J,1"'1 .-Wjg un'1 m"**"\ '; *-}*l-,_*- ���' l*****
Dated Fab. Jii, Hill. JOHN  McLFOD   g.0.   I... thenc   uuth ��0 ch. na, thenco waat  bo
I'ub. Feb. 2h. Clara-ncc McDowell. ARent    ch*"u'.  lh,'"c'; ",or,h  ""  ,'I"U"',���  """"". '"��� ,?S
cliama lo poi t ol commenement:    onlaimng 040
acra-a, mure or laaa.
Queon Charlotle lalanda Und DUtrict���Diatrict ol I j.'Jt," M,*''a'rf'' '9"
Skarna ^^^^^^^^
Take nolle lhal I, John Mclaaad o( Vuiicuvit. yUa*n Charlotte Manila Und Diatrict���Diatrict ol
occupation hroki'r, inlend to apply (or tH-rmiaaiun Sk ena
to mm* lor coal and |ietra>leuin on tin- lollowinK Take notic that I. John Mclaanl .,( Vancouver,
diarrilH-al landa: occupatio   broker, inlend to appl    Inr permiaaion
I ommencinK al a poat planled about lour mlta ,��� p-M,K<i (���, mmi ,ni| patfglaua on   lie lollowini
north and ihree ntih-a waat nl the inoitth of the owr i, _ land.
Tl-el Itlvvr and markial J. McL   "   "   '*~-~�� ,���
It UN M'LKOD
Clarunc- McDowell, Ajent
K. Corner
CommencinK al a poat plaited (o r mile, aaauth
Tl-el Itiver and
No. 65. thenre norlh Ml chaina, Ihenc weatsO and two waM ul the mouth ot t e Tl-el Ktacr n : I
chaina, thenc aouth PI. chain., thanea aaat SO markad J. Mrl.. S. F. Corner. No. Hi, thanco n rth
chain, to |Kiint ol commonemcnl; containinK 010 go c,.���,���,_ (hrnc,. w���at SO ehiina. thv ca) aoulh Ik)
arn-a. more or leaa. ..,._  c ains t vnco eaat >0 chai t point o( corn-
pan- leh la, lull.                JOHN Mcl.KOD menwi-nt:  .oniainina 840 acrea. more or laaa.
I'ub. la>b. 2K. Clara-nc Mcl>iwell. AkoiiI pataal Feb  :'.\  ,911. ���.������-	
I'ub. tth. U.
By thc explosion of a moving
picture machine in a small theatre
in Hnlogoe, Southern Novgrod,
Russia, causing .1 panic and lire,
over ,1 hundred  person* lost  their
live-, many of them being children.
The expulsion of Jews from
various pans of Russia is being
pursued wiih great ferocity, those
(rom Tchernigov alone numbering
2,000, Many families in (lielia-
luiiisk have been listed for expulsion.
TALK ABOUT TOWN
"JOHN M'LF.OD
Clar.11,,v McDowell, AKent
,.  -_____,_.,_     .         . ��� . ��� ���    ,..,,��� _. Quiam Charlutta lalanda Und Diatrlu���Diauict o(
OjMal Charlolle lalanda Und Diatrict���Diatrictol M                                 Sk.vn.i
_ .     ,           .a. .  , Sak?iri. , _, ., v .         . Tak.  none thai 1, John Mrl.a-od o! Vanro  ver,
lake noUc that I, John Melaaal ol Vancouver ������,,��� , roke,  ,���ivnd to apply lur permiaaion
occupatio,. brokar  inla-nal to apply lot' wrtnaaaiaan ,��� ,,'���,���, ,or c u, ,nll ,��� lroU,un, ������ ,h   rollownax
to praa|.Yt lor coal and |a,trai cum on the [ollowing TJJj rilH^| (aAOal
deacrilieil land: Conim. ncit.K   t a |Hwt p anted alaiut ( ur milaa
CommencinK at . peri planled alaaul two mica h ������,, ,^, m||,.!, ������ ,  ���, ,,,��� mnuth ���, |h(,
north and two mile, ww   of the mouth ol the , T,   ,  ���        ���,,, ������lrk���, j   Mr,    N   w   Cornnr,
TImiI lllvaj and markaal J.  Mcl... S. K. ( urn.. No   :���.   ���,������,.   wllllh ���0 ,.haill      lh,.n,v ��� ,t 80
Na.��; M'lh'  ^ n"r���   aa    n !   ' mSS       .  J.    'hains th.nc north  H    chain,, thenci  waal   HO
chain,,  Ihenc  aaiuth   M.  chain,    thenc  eaal   SO | ,h     , , nimmffl, ������.,,,    ���,������(���,���, f,4|)
chalna to naiint ol commenca-nia-nt: containinK S401 ^_Z__   mora- or U-.
acraa, mora, or laaa ,,     ', K���,, .,.  .. .' jntjN M'l.EOI)
Hated 1 ' I-   ���'. 1   Fill JOHN   Mcl.KOD    i    .    a. a   a��� Claaaici  McDowell   Aaent
I'ub. Feb. 27. T. F. Walter. Agent   ''"'' f'"' ' ' ���'""p ��"��"���""��� A����nl
Quwn Charlotte I.land. Un I Diatrict-Dlatrict ol   Qu^rjcharlotte laland, Und DHtnct-Dtotrlet ot
Take notic that 1. John Mcl*.al.,(Vancouv..r,j     T]lkr ���,i.lc il a   I.John    II.   ,1 ���! Van ouvvr,
occupat,.,,, bra.ker, Intrnal   o ,,,,,y   o,   ,��.rl,���aa,on    ^c,,,,,,,,,^ |ir���k���r. intw���| ,��� , v .���r |)ofn,u, ���n
to l-r.-l|ec lor coal anal |>etrolruo on the IoIU.wihk ; ,��� ,���'��� ,���,,. or c,��� ��� ,, ���,r .,,,���,��� ������ ,,' ,���,luw,nB
i..it,i ���.' land: I,( /���j|,J.,| j ���,,,
CommencinK a( a ,Ha.l pl.nt.al alaml tbtoa mil,. I (���ni������.���nnk. ., . ,, ��� , ,������ d .,���, , ,��� r mll���
waat and two milaai north ���( lhe maiuth ol the     ������,,,  ������,,  ,w��� ,������,.' _���\  ���, ,��� h     ,  ,he
Tl-el Hiva-r and inarkial J   Mcl.. S. K. t orner. No.   T|.   ,,.,. -_j ,    .   ,    .,  , ...   ,������._���,
07 thence nor,I, M chain, tlience a..,, Ml ch.tna. ^ ;l^7,:..,:en ��� ^'L'^ ���[[ ,h���*'. [.__'"5j
thenca- rniull   Ml chain., there eaat  80 chain, to I   , ihenc   .,.,,.1,   an  eha oa.   ,1,.. ea.  ...I   SO
lann,   .,(  emmenement.   contain,,,, ran aena. : *___** ^, ,7, emntncmeSt    !��� nT.inT, il��
tliOM*  Of   111*. I _   -^    ni   .       .  ( "
I ub. leh��7. 1. K. Mailer, Aaent    ,.���,, K,,,, __, (.,,���,, ��� M  ,,���������,_ X|(������,
Ou.*n Cbarlotu- UutbUjm* I n.i net    I li.trlrt ol ^ Wu���.��� cbartotta Uand, Und DLtriet- Diatrict ol
Take nolle that I. John Mel<aid ol \ anca.llvaT. \     Take n. Ilea, lli.i 1   J..iT.,l\t.l .. ,1    I \ Maaaa
SSSSa was atsbs: ;;~ HS S^iwSSS
( ommencinK a' a poal planli-d alaml lour mile.   '   r?.^.,^...,,!!!1.  _o
nairth and thna milaa va��i ���l ihe mouth ol the I ������',  ' T l     " ,   ,    FS *t\*B__*i "'""" lw" m_i"',
TI-..I Hiver and marki-l J. Mcl.    N. W. Corner. I j��rl!!.'." ,ho." '"!'ug "    '" '' ** 'V* an    m.rke.
No.  IM,  thance  aouth   Ml  chain-:.   Ihenc  ,��t   Ml      J    '";kL ""��   '   t",'   ''' .V*1" "  "*-.  5
.chain,,   thenc  a-aal   Ml  chain,    thenc-  aouth  SO
Jaboiir BrOS. [ Windsor Hotel
FIHST AVFNt'K AT I.HillTII STIII.I'T
Third Ave.
Wo have no rent to \.ay; we buy for cash in the very best
markets; we look after the business ourselves
And Our Customers Get the BENEFIT
Boots, Clothing, Dry Qobds, Everything to suit the Country ; and the prices are right.
Come and see our new consignment of Footwear.  Everything from Dancing SHppert to Prospectors Ironclad bootsl
"The House of Good Values"
L     JABOUR BROS.
Newly I iimi.liril and
Steam Heated Kooma
A  FIHST   II.ASS IIAIt   AND   HINISti
HIKIM IN IIINNKI'TltlN
HATFS Ml ( F.NTH AND tl'
HATHS   mil   TO   Ut'KHTS
SEEDS
New (iiiariinla.eil S I-
(IttnliMi ami Vogotftblfl
SPRING  PLANTS
Spring I'litiita in pnl.,    Tn bt hail from
Collart's Feed Store
or H. H. MORTON
[ Wliolpanli' Fruit & ProdllCI WuthoUM
THIRD AVENUE
Mr. George Leek, real estate
agent told two lots, 22 and 28,
Section   ".,   yesterday   to   Nong
Y.mg, f��.t Si.NOO.
Tho ll<is).iial Board will meet
tomorrow afternoon at four o'clock
in the court house.
chalna, thi'nca- north Hll chaina, llta-nc weal all
chalna to point ol ennanaencment; containing 840
aera-,, mor,. or la-a..
Datad Pab U, mil. JOHN Mei.Fon
Fill. Fed. 2H. Clarence Mcllowell, Agent
ijunii Charlolte lalinila I.aml I.latrict -Di.lrlct ot
Skaa-lin
Take notice lhat 1, John Mcla.nl ol Vancouver,
occuiiation l.-raika-r, Inteml lo apply lor permiaaion
to pnaapert lor coal anil |a-troleum on the following
ilevtila-al lamia:
Commencing al a po.t plnntaal nhout lour itulaaa
north ami three milea wa-at ol the mouth ot the
Tl-el Hlvrr and markeil J. Mcl,., S. \V. Cornar.
No o4, thence norlh HO chaina thenc ea.t .11
chalna, thenc aaiuth HI* c aiti*. thenc weat 80
chalna to polnl ol rommrnc'i>i<i>t; containing lilll
acrea,  more or Iraa.
Iiale.l Feh. W. Hill JOHN  Mcl.F.OI'
I'ub. Feh. 28. Clarence MeDowill. Agent
The ladies of the Methodist
Church will gjve a candy and
apron social on Thursday after,
apron social on Thursday afternoon in the church.
rort. mim
P.O. MIX 17
J
For Sale
LaOti ll, IB, in, Mock as, itetion S,
price Jinn, inch, term* Imlf cnali.
I.iiI 7, lilnrk 111,   NCtiotl l>,   prltS t'd,*
400, ti-rma half caah.
Loti 18, ii. i'i, iiinrk s, section 7,
price $Wm oneh, torma lialf mull.
Lots ti, 7, h, witii house, block :ir>, ace
7. price 18,660 llll, Ii ima Jl.ltlHI i-nali.
Lots T, 8, block 86, section 7, price
*i,7r,o pair, tenns belt t-aah.
Pantnritini PlonSST ('IcanerH, 'PhonH
FREE
EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE    :     :
���Grand Hotel..!
, WORKINGMAN'S HOME
Sl>nnK BOOS, clean White Hheeta 2Sc   a. --**-*-*, .__
���~-��� *--���
Knr   Kire   Insurance   in   Ucliahle
Conpsnlcs, call on
chain., ihenee w.at  HO eha'na to ;wlnt of oom
ma-ncmi-nl; containing fit" acre., inure or loaa.
Da-aal Fell  J5, l'Jll. JOHN  McLKOP
Puh. Fa.b 27. T. E Waller. Ar'nt
quen Charlolte Ialaml. Uml Ill.lrlct���Diatrict
Skia-na
lake mn ire lhal I, John Mclx.nl ol Vancouver,
occupalion hroki-r, Intand to npply Inr permiaaion
lo prii.pei-1 lor coal auil pelrola-um on the lollowing
ila-.rrila-il lan.l:
Commenciiig a a poat plantaal aliout two milaa
north anil t- ai tnile. wa-sl ol tho motlt ol Ihe
Tl-el lliva-r ami markeil J. MeL., N. W. Corner.
No. 27. thenc anuth no chalna thonce eaat HO
chain., thenre norlh 80 chaina. thenca' weal 80
chain, to point ol enmniciicment: containing 640
acrea, more or leaa
l.ateil Fe . jr., UU. JOHN Mcl.EOD
I'uh. 1 eh. 27. T. K. Walter, Agent
Wueen Charlolle lalamla Ijanil Diatrict���Diatrict ot
aaa Ska-ena
I ake mil ice thm | j���h   Mcleod ot Vancouver,
ocrupiil um hroker  inteml lo apply lor permiaaion
to pro.pa.cl lor roal nml petroleum on tho lollowing
I ileiacrllMol Intnl.:
,    .   ,   . i     ''oniini'iicltig at a po.t planteil aliout two mllea
Cnmmencing at a poal planteil about  Hire milea ' north nml two milea wa-at ail tho mnuth ol Tl-el
weat ami two miloa north ol the mnuth a I Ihe II ,.|   lllver and marheil J. Mcl.   S  \t   Corner No II
Queen Charlntte lalamla Land District -Diatrict ol
Skea-na
Take notice thai I John M,l. i..| ol Vancouver,
occuiaatlon bniker, Intenil In appl) Inr perml..ioii
to proapect lor coal ami petroleum on the lollowing
ileacriln.1 land:
, Ihene..  north  SO  chnina,  thene 'eaat  SO chalna,
H.ver and markeal J. Mel... N. K. Corn'
Ihenc anuth aO chain,   thence  Waat   .0   chain.; I Ihenc aoulh NO chiini'.-'thenee' mSt^mfiSt*
ihenc nnrlh hfl ehaina. thence Mat chalna to point ! imunt el raimmencama-nt;   containing 640 acrw.
idcommnncemr-nt; eonlaining 1110 ncn-a more  nr   mure nr loaa. n��.nii"a ��a�� wm
laaa.
Dateal Feb. 26, 1911.
Pah. Feb. 27.
JOHN  Mcl.F.OI'
T. K. Walter. Agent
I Dwell Pab .jr., him
JOHN Mcl.F.OI) , Puli. Feb. 27.
^^^^^^^^^^^^ T. ��� Waltat. Agent ' _M
Qnan Chlflotta lalanda Und Diatrict���Diatrict ol
Quaain Charlotte lalamla laand Dlatricl -Dlalrict ol!    .. , Ski-ana
"'.'. "'l,''"1 '..Johii MeUaad ol Vancouver,
armiaalon
lollowing
Skena
For nil kinds of help, cooks,
waiters, dishwashers, hotel |mr-
tern, all kinds of Intmrem or tne-
chanica, call up
Phone No. 178
or call at thv
Gtiod Hotel Free Employment  Ollice
Hcadquartcra for cooks A waiters
Take nolice lhal I, J. 0, McNab ol Princ Hu- ! """Palion brokir. inteml to apply Inr permi,
nerl,  occupation  general  agent,  im.-Ml in ������,,|..   '," pm.|act lor mal ami la'troleum on the [olio.
lor permiaaion to proapect (ol coal ami |,etriilei���n ' ''""cnbi-d land: .      j	
on Ihe billowing ila-arrllieil lanila: < omin.-nring at a poat planled about two mllea
Cnmmencing at a poat planted in (hi an h-oait S.','",'1 ,""11 '��" "lih-a weat nl th- mnuth ol the
corne- n( Seclon .1 lownahp.J Uraham I.land, 2��".?"!!' "ni1 "l"^,,"l J McL. N. W. Corner,
ami marked J 1.^ Met... S. F. I or,,,.,, thenca i N/'-, i��a 'bene a.uth so .halna, Ihence woai SO
weat  HO chalna,  thene  north so chalna, ilnne   rbnlaa.  thene.. nnrlh  so chalna, ihene eaal   SO
eaal HO ehaina, thence
eomma-ncmenl.
Dateal March S, Hill
I'ub. March 20.
truth so chnina m polnl ail
Wllaon (iowing, Agent
Quaan Charlotle lalamla laand Dialrici    lii,t,|nt���|
_. Skaa-nn
Take notice that I, Jnhn McU-,,,1 ���| V������c������vw
occupation broker intend to apply ,���. peSSS
dZX^Innd:'0'' ""l ,K"r""""n "" ""' '""""in,
Caimmenclng al a mat plnnli-il aboul lw   mo���
north ol th   mouth ol the Tl el Ilk,.     , ,    .
J.  McL.   S.  F   Cor,,.-,   Nn.'!,",'  ��� , ' \ ���M
chana,  thence we.t HO elm n ,  ll, ,. .,'      59
chalna, thenc ea.t HO chain, lo i,��� ,, '
meneement; containing (110 acre, n ,,.   , .'i   """'
feKH-.Ai.iwi.    *;,,;i.yg,sasoD
1   t_ Walter Agi-nt
In   point    ol   niminineemi-nt    containing
filn aenia, miito or I.
Ihileil Feb. 25, 1011
Pub. Feb. 27.
JOHN McLFOD
T. E. Walur, Agent
Quiain Chnrlotte lalamla Uml Diatrict   -Dlatrlci ��l
-a- i . Skas-na
liike mil In- that I, J���hn Hrlaot ol Vancouver
.ccupaiinn broker, Intend to applv lor permiaaion
lo prnapec Inr coal ami petroleum un the lollowing
ileacrihed land:
Commoncing a( a poat planted eight mllea aouth
ma k .T'lTi' l"' _"_?*$ "t ""���"��� "ivr and
"!"'J' Mr'"' H,- w- ' "mer, No. II, thene
���Z, an.i,'1""..""""'" ",,"t m ��halna, thenc
��,,. . "'""' ,,'""p" w""1 W rhaina to polnl ol
cnnlmencnmenl;    eonlaining   (140   ac,.,,   rrioro  or
BS��rtJJ*i#*i "IL JOHN McLKOD
!��'��� ���"''��� 27< C. McDowell, Agont THE   PRINCE   RUPERT   OPTIMIST
%*jm*r_9f-mmWZ^*mm
LYNCH BROS.
Department Stores
:
Prince Rupert, B.C.
GROCERIES
HARDWARE
CROCKERY
SASHES
DOORS
GLASS
MEN'S FURN1SHLNGS   BUILDING SUPPLIES
We supply Farmhouses, Camps, Mines, and
save the buyer money.
Write for our   Price   List
^M ~ ~-~ >a-ia��4��r��*M������ a~~..~ i^a-. +
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|      DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY   TO  THE  INTERESTS  OP   WOMEN     \
+-__r^w^w���_wm_w*-.*-^~m.w���.*m-w���.^m-+������>���~
ThiB is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies uf Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part ln its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
Mail orders receive prompt attention
	
Largest  Stock  in  Northern  B. C.
Q*mm<*m*m\**m**Ai >V����a/^frai\^a.^ia<\^����i\/��a/^��^rQ
WE   HAVE   BUYERS  FOR   LOTS IN
STEWART
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers, Prince Rupert and Stewart, B. C.
Agenta for Stewart Land Company,   Limited
INTERLUDE
The days grow shorter, the nights
grow longer.
The   headstones   thicken   along
the way;
And  life  grows  sadder,   hut   love
grows stronger
For those who walk wilh us day
by day.
The tear comes quicker, the laugh
conies slower
The courage is lesser to do and
dare;
And the tide of joy in  the heart
runs lower,
And seldom covers the reef of
care.
Bui all true things in  the world
seem truer.
And the better things of the earth
seem best;
And friends are dearer as friends
are fewer,
And love is all as our sun dips
west.
Then let us clasp our hands as we
walk together,
And lei us speak softly in love's
sweet tone;
Kor no man knows, on ihe morrow,
whether
We two pass by, or but one alone.
���EUa Wheeler Wilcox
com starch and a rounding teaspoon of butter, Let it boil up
and ihicken, tinn cool; season
with grated lemon peel and juice,
and bake between two trusts.
This will make Iwo pies. This
may be varied bj using one cup
of bog cranberries and one cup of
raisins.
ip^ r ��� ���
%
Business Expansion
We   opened a Branch Store
Seventh   Avenue   and   Haya   Cove Circle
Saturday, April 8th, 1911
Our constant endeavour will be to increase our growinK
list of satisfied customers.
Your order will receive our careful attention.
GIVE US A TRIAL
We carry a Rood stock of pure groceries and the
prices are right.
Vi
We are
Sole Agents
For
J-t-itL     HAMS
and
BACON
STALKER & WELLS
H.l. fan, latlla. Ht* HI
Sfdind An.. Phoiar 187
I*** 3CAS5 SKaare*! i-JfHffiSgRf
���V
THE  GIRL  OR   THE  GOLD,
Some  Sweetheart  This,  Girls.
How   do   You   Like   Him.
"I care not for your gold. Once
again and this is final, I shall
slay beside the girl for whom my
heart beats. I will never part
from t'laire. even though 1 have to
go to work."
Thai Bounds melodramatic, Inn
be that as it may, it is quite a
faithful version of what Henry
Du Bocq said lo his aunt, Mrs.
Carmina Du Bocq, in lhe Belle-
claire Hotel when she wanted to
take him back to San Domingo
and her 11,000,000 estate, to which
he was heir.
The girl is Miss Claire Muclaire,
20 years old, of 'Xl'.i Hergen street.
Brooklyn.   Her hero is 21.
Yesterday morning his aunt told
him that his choice lay between
love and gold, lhal if he would
not return with her she would
disinherit  him.
"I choose the girl!" exclaimed
the youth.
Mrs. Du Bocq returned alone.
YOUR GUESTS
Polite Partings That Will Mean
Pleasant Visits Every Time
You all know the old adage,
"Welcome the coming, speed the
parting guest." I have been a-
visiiing, and have had an experience which makes me feel it
necessary to give warning to those
hostesses who insi>i upon detaining
a guest longer than is wise.
As a rule, the >ln>rt visit is the
most successful one. Much can
be crowded into it, and there will
be little monotony. The family
will been tluisiaslic over the newcomer, while sin who lags may
lire I hem.
"Please stay," is the formula
which many hostesses seem to
think necessary, even when they
know they may be inconvenienced.
They insist; yet modern knowledge of gootl form leaches us
that we need nol overurge those
whom we entertain, or change
their plans for departure.
The tactful woman will understand how lo make her "good-liye,
come again," so cordial that her
departing friend will feel no lack.
LAND  PURCHASE NOTICE
l*t**t*^*t*w%***********>w>m***��*��'l
Give it
Proper
Importance--
This
Matter
of finding the
Best
Printer
For it is Important
Perhaps more Important than anything  "on   hand"   for  today.
Jlnd when you find him, and are sure of il;
and when you "annex" him lo your interests
you will have done the best day's work in
"a   month   of  Sundays."
For printing that I, different, . .
exclutloe detlgn, and ta,le OpHfflisi J OO
ful effect, ,te the    .    .    ,      __J_ * _
BETWEEN DANCES
Some Men Have Such a Way of
Hanging Around
A   man   al lending   a   wedding
dance in (acrniany led lhe hall at
8 a.m.. and went  Into lhe garden
Ito  hang'himself.     Afier  hanging
I for 8 little while he Was discovered.
and the rope was ml.     The man
Ithen returned t<> the ball room.
The report docs not give the name
]of lhe lady whose dance he was so
i anxious lo cut.
HER   FAVORITE   HYMNS
"Onward   Chriatian   Soldiers"
and Varioua Chriatian Names
Scene: A Sunday School. Discovered: A class of damsels biting
at their pencils, antl a teacher al
her Witt' end fill in the hour prescribed for her lesson.
An ideal
"Now, girls,  I  want you all  to
lake   pencil   and   paper   and    to
J write   down   the   names   of   your
favorite hymns."
A pause Interrupted by a piping
VOicei "Please, teacher, are we
j 10 write lhe Christian of the
' surnames?"
S1..-..11H Un.l IJUtrict -Dwtrict ot i .... i Kanita< 6
Tako i.,iii,. ihat William Franklin Car|M.nter
ol Prince l; p ;���. II. t\, occupatinD roatauranl
kra'|ai��r. Intainila to apply lur lanrtniauiiain to purchaatai
thai (iilliawitiK ilaaiacritactl laaliil  :
i ..'iiii'ciirn.r lat a post plianta*<l al the taouth ������ i '
corna-r of laurvpyud I.01 171 "J. Ihonco HO chaina,
���outh, thonco aliout ;!.'��� rhaina woat to l."t 2(156.
thonco 20 chaini north, thonce ih chaina weal
Ihence aliout 25 chaina north to Lot 30611, thencc
about 110 chalna eaat lo aouth eaal corner of Lot
.mii\ ihence about lift chaina north to Lot 1711,
thence ahout 5.5 chalna oaat to point ot commencement; containinR imi acroa, more or tan.
Daleal Feb. 15, 1911.
I'ub. March 1.
WILLIAM n:\NKl.l\- CAltrKNTRR
Skeena Uml Dlalrict -Dlalrict ol Coaat Range 5
Take notico thai C.eorve l.cvick or I'rlnca. lluport
11. C, iKTuii��iinii clerk, int ml. to apply for
tacrmiaaiaion 10 purchaae the faallowina* ,|. I'ril.nl
(anata:
Commencing at a taoat plantetl on ahnro of
Ukol^e Uke about mi chaina north oaat from outlet
ot aatil lake (Lakolae Itiver:, Ihence 20 chaina
north, thenca. alioui 60 chalna eawt tn ].aka>l*a<
Lake, tttanrc meandering anlil taka nhofa in 11 weet-
���;l. .lire 11.>ii to pnlnt of commancamant: containing K0 iicnaa, mora'or leaaa. Tiaat matkaai il. L.
8. W. Cornar.
Halel Fah. II, 1911. QBORQI  I l.\ Ii  K
Puh. March 4.
Skeena Ijaraal Diatrl-t��� Dlalrict ol Coaat Range 6
Take notice lhal Antra* Iioat.m of I'rinco Rtiiaert,
It. C, occupaUon miner, Intenda to apply for permiaaion to purchap* the following aleacrilaeal lamia:
Commencing al 1 poat planteil at thc aouth
aaat corner of 1/n MaT, Ihence 10 chaina weat.
thonce 111 chalna anuth, thence almut 60 chaina
aaa��t 10 Ukelae Uke, thonce meamlering aalil lake
ahaare In an northerly direction to point of eaana-
mcncomonl; containing 170 acrea, mora, or leaa.
I'oat markeal A. II., N. K. Caarner.
I taii.l Fob. 14, 1911. ANCalJS IIKATON
Pub. March I.
Ska-cna Uml Diatrict-Dlalrict uf Caiam
Take notlav thnt I. Mra. Jnhn C.irley of  t'rlnao
lluport. ll.C..iM-cupiiliiin marrla^l woman, Intenda
to apply for IMHUJaalun III IMIMllim the follow imr
,I...,tiIh..1 landa:
Cintnenclnar nt n |��.at plnaileal in chalna oa.t
awl I2n ohalna wiuth fr.,an the aanilliwa*at oorner of
lot 17.1't, C.iaa.t lli-tmi. Itanare.',, thenoe Miuth 10
ohalna, thenoo en.I I" rhaina. thenoa' north Ni
. Iiaiti- Hi. ti. ���,.,*,. 1 !������ rhaina mine or I.-- to tho
iM.int ,,f coniitiftu'otiiont, contaainlng :t2H acrea
moro or loaa.
MRS.   11.UN    I   'in 1111:111
Date Mar. IHI. lull
I'ub. Apr. I, lull
ss. Prince
Sails for Stewart, Thursdays, 8.00 am.
Sails for
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
mm
VTBVSB&
Fridays, at 8.00 a.m.
as. Prince Albert sails for Port   Simpson, Naas Kiver Points, Masset,
Naden Harbor,   every   Wednesday, 1.00 p.m.
and for:
Refuge Hay,  Skidegate, Queen
Charlotle City,  Lookeport,  Pa-1
cofl, Jadway,  Ikeda May,  Rose
Harbor  and   return   via  Queen I
Charlotte ("ity every   Saturday,
1.00 p.m.
The  Grand Trunk Railway Syatem
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, Iioston, New York and Phila-
delphla,    Information   and  tickets  ob- j
tainable from the office hereunder men- !
tioned.    Trans-Atlantic bookings by all
lines arranged.
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND    PASSENGER   AGENT
KZ^7r7t7Z7���7*1 R<>GERs & black
J CHIPS FROM THE i
1 u +! WHOLESALE   DEALERS IN -
i    llUlVlUKlljllJ    |    Building Material,   Cement,   Lime,
l,.~.^..-���.^..^..^..^..,���������.^..^.~.i   Hair-fibre Floater, Coke, Blackamith
Cool,   Common Brick,
Tramp���Kill 1 gut a bile lo
cat here?
"Yes, if you'll saw that pile
of wood."
Tramp (sizing up  the job)���I
ain't askiu' fur no $10-a-plate
banquet, lady.
He (who has just proposed)���]
hope you don't think I am loo old
for you?
She���Oh, no! 1 was only wondering if you were old enough.
Pressed Brick
Shingles, Lath, New Wellington Coal
Ai.l. ORDERS PROMPTLY I'll.I.Kit
Ste Us for Prices.
Phone No. 116
Tess���Mad at him? Why, he
wrole a lovely poem to her.
Jess���Yes, but she never read
it. When she saw the title of it
she tore the whole thing up in
a fit of anger. You see, he called
il "Lines on Mabel's Face."
FAMOUS PRINCESS LINE
Canadian Pacific
Railway Company
B. C. Coast S.S. Service
"PRINCESS  MAY"
Northbound Apr. 6���Southbound Apr. 10
Train   for   Winnipeg   and   Toronto
leaves Vancouver 9 a.m. daily.
Imperial Limited, best train across
the continent, leaves Vancouver daily
8.46 p.m. Carries compartment observation cars. The linest car on any
road anywhere.
Auent for all Atlantic Steamship
lines. Tickets to and from European
points.
J. G. McNab
General Agenl
Do You Want to Invest in the
Best Mining Proposition
in British Columbia?
We ara' telling shares in the
SALMON BEAR RIVER MINING CO'Y. Ltd.
At a price that will make you money
WE OKKKIt Kt.ll A SHORT TIME
2000 Shares
For $55.00
Payable $13.75 Cash
Balance 3, 6 nml 9 Month.
Assays  of  the  ore run from $25. (M) to
$2000 per ton.
It will pay you to Investigate this proposition   at once.
���FOB PROSPECTUS Al'l'l.Y���
0. B. Bush & Company
2nd Ave. Prince Rupert
W. I.. BARKER
Architect
Second aveiuc and Third street
Over Westenhaver Uros.' Office.
LAND I.KASK NOTICE
���MM  l.mna!   I >i .    .1     Iti.trirt  nf Ci,ir(
Tatar   naatlra*   that   tttiH   .1.   li.r.-.n   ,,f   I'rince
RupOfta It- t\. nrriipHtiiin piopMlOT inli'tiil. Ii>
apply laar (-,-raa.i- -it.a, tailptuaa' thr laillnvvinK tlr.erilti.al
lantla:
Caamma��ncltiR "I a P*l plantail hIkiui a mnrtfr
nl a mlla> Irnm thr nnrth wont rornrr til tllh.nn
Want) nn Iha* aaati.l (lil.iain Inland, llictiee lannth 10
rhaln*, llta'tiee a>aM 10 chain., tha'nea' north 41.
rhainn. thi-nee waaat 20 chains to point ofcom-
ana.ncrm..nt. ContaininK SO arrant mnro nr lawa.
OTIS J.   IIENSON.
I >..��� ��� ��� "Mil March, 19.1
MUNRO   *   I.AII.EY
Architects,
Staaik Building, Second Avenue.
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:-   AUDIT (IMS
Latw-Butler Building      Phone No. 280
i'rince Rupert P.O. Uox 351
COAI. NOTICE
FAVORITE PIE
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Guaranteed to Disappear Quick
er than Any Other
Read The   Optimist
And Get All the News
For raisin pit* put three tups uf
boiling water on two cups of Meded
raisins and cook ten minutes.
Add two-thinls cup of su^ar in
iRhidl is mixed one well-beaten
,egg,   two   even   tablespoonfuls   of
Queen Clmrlotte lilamN Land DbMtt - Diatrict of
Skn-na
Tnki�� notice thnt I, John M.l .ml nt Vnnrouvrr,
��� ii ii)i;iii"n limkiT. Intend to apply f"r |" rm. ,-KHi
Iii i'i. -]���* ��� i lor roal and potroleum on tht> followinK
<lmrrilH*l landn:
<'omtn',ncinK at a pont | lann-*l MOttl (Wp miles
north and OM roilr MR of Ilie mouth o tbt
ll-el Uiver and marked J. Mel.., N. K. Corner,
No. M| Ihenee fouth hd chainn, thence went W)
chainn, thenee north SO chain*, thenn- eant SO .
chain* to point ol commencement; eonUlninK 840
acren. more or lean.
Oated Keh. 2R. 1911, JOHN MeLEOD
uh. Feh. 2*. Clarence McDowell, Attent
Qui en Charlotto Inland* Und Dl-trkrt -Dintrict of
Skeena
Take nolice lhat 1, John Mcl-eod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, inlend tn apply lor perminninn
in priwiM-cl lor c����l and |>elroleum on lhe following
deacril��e<l land:
Cnmmencinit at a pont plantM alwmt eisht
mdea aouth ami four wiwt of tht mouth of Tl-el
lllver and marketl J. Mcl,., S. W, 1'orni", No. 77,
Ihence north HO chaln��, thenc*1 earn i*U chainn,
tlence aouth to. ehainn, thenee w.ni SO chainn to
poinl of commencement; conlaininn *>f0 ncrea
more nr lent.
Dai.-tl Tel-. 21, 1 11. JOHN  Mcl.KOD
I'uh. Keh. IT. 0i McDowell, AR''nt
1 ;m en Charlotle Ulaudn Und Dintrict -DUtrict o>
Sknenn
Tak notice that I, .tohn HttLo d of Vancouver,
oempation hroker, intend tn apply or perminninn
to proapect for cnal and potroleum ��� n the followinK
deacrilied land:
CommencinK at a post planted about eiKhl milea
���outh and four wiNt of the mnuth nf TM Kiver
and ma ked J. Met... N. W. Cnrner, No 7s, Ihenee
aouth HI cha'n", thence enat. SO chalna, Ihenc*
north 80 chainn, thonra w nt ho halna to poi t of
ommpnwm��,nt; cont injnK 610 acrea, more or
leaa.
Dated Ke\ '.M.V'll. JOHN   Mcl.KOD
AI.KUKI) CAHSS, C.  V. HKNNKTT, B.A.
of Hrttlah Columbia of H.C Ontario, Saa-
and IllllltMM Hnrn. katchewHn   antl  Al-
Iberta Hara.
CARSS & BKNNETM
lUltlUSTKKS,  NoTAHIKS,  ETC.
Office- Kxchnntre block, etirner Thinl avenue nnd
Sixth atreet. I'rince KunerU tl
WM. S. HAM.,  I..D.S., D. D.S.
Dkntist.
Crown nnd Ur'u^v Work a Specialty.
All dental ..peratinnn nkllfully treat��l. (Jua nnd
local nnanthelien wlminintereil fnr the pninlenn ex-
tmction of ti**'th. Ownultntlnn free. Olllcen : 19
and &) Alder Itha-k. Kiince Kunert. 11-12
Burglar���Belter tell me where
the valuables are.
Householder���Well, old man,
here's the combination of the
refrigerator.
Willie���Papa, what are trial
marriages?
Mr. Nennypeck (with surprising
spirit)���All of 'em, my son���all of
em!
ITEMS   OF
*--<--**my*-****
.. I
! s p"6 R Tj
HITS   OFF WAGON TONGUE
Seal leather card-eases wilh fcokl
monograms, containing American
League annual passes, good at
all grounds, have been sent to
Washington lor President Taft
antl Vice-President Sherman.
Prince Rupeit Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO.   63
Meats in tin. Helgerwn Murk
Every Tuesday Evening
All members uf tin. ordiT in the city
are rvquesti'tl tu visit tlie lodge.
(I. S. JOHNSTONS, N.Q.
H. MOKTON. Seeretarv.
^=E.    EBY    C&   Co.
HFAL   KSTATK
Kitsumkuluni Land For Sale
KlTSl.MKAI.rH ��� - B. C
PRINCE RUPERT WAREHOUSING AND
FORWARDING COMPANY
Firat Aarr. Najjar McBriaU
Forwarding,  Distributing and
Shipping  Agents.
Storage of Baggage and Houtse-
holtl Goods a Specialty.
-AT   .LOWEST   RATES-
0
Douglas Sutherland, Mgr.
P. O. Box 907 Phone 262
F. W. HART
ONDF.KTAKKR & EMHAI.MKH
HTOI'K   a-aiMIU.KTE
The Los Angeles semi-pro. ������.nikt-
l.oast of a deaf anil dumb cati hi i,
and a one-armed second baseman,
bill Dutch Coombs of the Rcdon.ln,
Cal., club, so far as known, is the
only pitcher with a cork leg.
While railroading Coombs met
with the misfortune.
Dick Cooley, the old National
Leaguer, will manage the Helena,
Mont., club in the new .Union
league.
.Whites Portland Cement...
G. C. EMMERSON
Af.K.NT
Paont 125
Naden Block
2nd Ave
"HONE 294 GREEN P.O. BOX 700
A. L. WATKINS
Plumbing   :   Steamfitting
Rube Waddell holds the big
league strikeout record witli 343
in 40 games, an average of eight a
game.
Fred. Clarke, Pittsburg manager, holds the outfield asi-ist
record, making four in one game
last season.
The   English   Football   As:-
tion  informed   Robert  Crom   I
captain of the Blackburn  Rovei  .
thai in recognition of his sen t
to   Association   football   and
creating anew record by e.irniin
international   caps,   they  wish   to
present   him   with   a   portrait
himself.     The  only   other   pi
who  has   been   similarly   hoi' ���.
is   Stephen    Hlooiner,    who    I
presented  wilh  his  portrait   U|
attaining   his   21st    Inlcrnati"
cap.
Third Ave., ba'twrrai Tth nml Sth Stl.
Ova-r ll.C. Bmktrv I'KINCE KUPERT. ll.C
w. j. McCutcheon
Caarrfaaaa comiila.tr rtaark of Praiam.   St'.-a-iail
nttaanttaala |iaid taa llllInK I" ���������I'M'"!.*
Theatre Block mom Na n Second Are.
(.������+++���++++++++++������+������������������
,rruit   :   Produce        Feed
WHOLESALE
-i. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave.
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
Knglixli and American Hilliaralu
'I wa va Tntileia Skciinii Avk.
HANDASYDE   C&  HURT
Ailt.NTia    Hll   BTKf.l.,    MAIIIINKHV
...ANII    rilNTHAITIillH    mUMM.Ifai...
P. O. Box 436 - Office 3rd tnd Fulton
p. o. mix 2.1
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER uK SINGING
PUPIL Of wm. roXON, i:hi|., a.it. a.m.. i.on., inii.
A remarkable piece of news has
caused a sensation in lawn tennis
circles in Germany, writes a Berlin
correspondent. The committee ol
ilu. German Lawn Tennis Asio-
elation has resolved to forbid the
promotion t.f tournaments at Hom*
burg ami Baden-Bailcti this season,
the iwo must popular tournaments
In Germany.  This attingenl mea*
use is said lo be due l<> a transgression of the amateur regulations on the part nf the tournament commit tees in the two places
mentioned,
Medicine Hat, .Lethbridge, High I
River, Calgary and Strathcona |
will all enter teams in the Provincial l.across League,
The Toronto Lacrosse League
had close on twenly teums last
year and expects to have fully as
many this season. V. C. \\ ag-
horne, who has been Tri'sidcr, t of
the league fur three terms and
was   one    of    its    founders,    has
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ft       4 Alhvu. Tltbtoa.   A tf**\ mm*
$*        f.*v.   Acteaniport.   l.a.iM-'   ��� n
A nfi*tn>f>t.       Nrwnmn   Hlivk.   I****
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MagHziiifs :: lVritKlicBlR :: Newspapers
CIGAUS   ::  TOBACCOS  ::   FKU1TS
G.T.P. WHARF
\~ Rochester t*.
T Monroe
Ladysmith
b.      ' A Coal
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GEORGE LEEK
MKIlt'ANTII.E    Atll'.NCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
tk'ctded  to retire from  tbe   presidency this year.
 "M" ;  ""
The Westholme Lumber Co.
LIMITED
. . -r. I WK HANDLE ALL KINDS OK-
INSERT YOUR LAND PURCIIASE
NOTICES IN THE BUILDING SUPPLIES
���- 'y"?'-''*-*"
��� TMnTpiTiNC E  K
\l
Sl
Watches
We carry a complete line of
llALD. MORRISEY
WANTS PAY
CONTINUED HUM PAOH 1
Longine
Hamilton
Vanguard
Howard
WATCHES
Sizes to suit.   Styles to satisfy
Price) In please
Briefly, Unit's our argument
Don't Forget Big Ben
Kim
iliinn clock ever snlil.
'I in our window,
Heintzman Pianos
C. B. WARK
Jeweller
afford access to the new premises!
erected for them on Second avenue
near Sixth street.    This will be
attended to by the streets com-,
IllitttV.
Cost of Retaining Walls
In replj ui a written inquiry
by Alderman Kerr lasl night Al-
i Ifi man Hilditch at the council
board gave the cost of building
retaining walls per
data furnished liy
gineer,     Thr   price   varie
LINDSAY'S
CARTAGE a
STORAGE
nd
G. T. P. Transfer Agents
Ortla-rai promptly lill.-il.   l'rica>i reaminialile.
OFE1CE-1I. 11. Rocheetar, Ca'nlra..St.    Phone
yard rroml
the iii> in-;
ruin j
SI.7.5 per yard io $3.00 per yard
according lo the distadec for haulage nl rock, .mil difficult) ol
placing it.
"Good Ealth'"
Again excellent is the report
of the Medical Health Officer
for the month ending March ;ilsi.
There were few cases ol illness, tlie
only serious cases being two of
cerebro spin.il meningitis, There
were no deaths, T,hc birth-rate
was on the oilier hand high, 51
per 1000. Prince Rupert i^ .i healthy city beyond doubt.
$550.00
win.
BUY   COMPLESTE  OUTFIT  OF  THK
Northern Produce Coy.
WHOLESALE PROVISIONS,
FRUITS and VEGETABLES
Semi for uiir Weekly Price Lint
���+
I'ltiiMI'T   ATTENTION GIVEN
BHIPPING ORDERS
Pho
151
Phone 151
NOW OPEN
THE QUICK SHOE REPAIRING SHOP
0|ip. lliink of llritisli North America. Mew logger, shoe. 11 In.
high, made to order al $8.60.
Men's sola's $1 I.allies' soles Tu.'
Men's heels 40c I.allies' heels :'.nc
Uen's sewed on $1.26
Ladlea' uwed on  l.wi
Shoes repaired while you wait.
All leather tirst-elassquality.
Ludwig Slrubi - Fulton & 3rd Ave.
1
FOR
Eastertide
French Toilet Waters
Perfumes
Soaps
Pass Egg Dyes
l
1
C   H. ORME I
The fifweer Draught
PHONE    :    ;    ;    82   i
Municipal Notice
Tradtn will \*f rwwJrad taf tha umlaralmod for
thi- collocUoti tnd dlipoMl <>f Qarbajra *i*��il Ni��ht
.Snil, randan muat in- un form to ***��� obtained
from tho City Clerk and to etoaa at ���'��� p.m< April
Uthi l'Jll. and muat boat mpanlod by a eortlmd
cheque for'.' per cent of tha total tender price.
HUIi particular! at City Clerk'i office
Tl." [owMt <.r any tender not nivi-niarily accept) d.
7n-n kknkst WOODS, <'ii> Clerk
I
What to Wear
*****
1   a.
We have made a apodal
tn   seeure   tha   mott
elothn  fur  ii���. cllmal
tions of the interior.
STR IROQUOIS
FOUNDERED
CONTINUED FROM PAOE I
the Princess May and the Amur
ivere taken over by the C. P. R.
Sydney to Nanaimo
Recently the l��>..t had been
running in connection with the
Victoria and Sydney Railway,
from Sydney to Nanaimo Following
in ilif wake, a day later of the
Canadian Pacific steamer which
plies between Victoria and Nanaimo on the northern run. There
are a number nf small places along
coast and among the islands which
the larger boats, for purposes of
s.ifeiy and economy do nol call
at. The Iroquois, connecting with
the railway at Sydney found a
lot t.f little business plying alnng
the coast carrying freight and
passengers to these small settlements.
Inquest to be Held
An inquest has been called to
be In-Ill at Victoria ihis afternoon.
The jury will do little more than
view the bodies, but it is expected
that before the inquest is over, ai
very searching inquiry will be
held, The disaster coming so
SOOn alter the lu-s of lhe Sechell
has aroused public opinion.
COUNCIL TALKS
ABOUT RATS
Ciintinua.il from page 1.
use without booms." Alderman
Hilditch went mi tn extol the
virtues of the vims used here
lasi year, the appliances for the
use of which still remain good.
Bui the stuff is costly.
Will Plan Campaign
No definite plan ol action was
taken by up the council on the
ral question last night, but the
campaign is being thoi Jn out.
Tin- Mayor thinks.if ilii MeiHi ,1
Health i Miii it now gave .1 report
on thc whole matter thej - uld
bc able I,, come to a di linili
ih 1 i-inii aboul ii .unl could make
.1 marl with the extermination.
Washington Cafe
Range, Dishes, Chairs, Tables, Count-
... ers, Cooking Utensils,  Etc. Etc. ...
Store Room, 2-story addition and Cabin to Rent
Ask Uncle Jeriy
FOR RENT
Store Room Corner
Second Ave. and Seventh St.
Just  vacated by  Optir ist Ofice.
Uncle Jeiry
The Optimist
DELIVERED TO ANY ADDRESS IN SECTIONS 1, 5
AND  6  EVERY DAY FOR
CANADIAN ITEMS
Twelve hundred dollars in lines
was collected from Cobalt blind
pig operators the other day.
The National Gallery at Ottawa
be opened on April 20.
Wil
Thc Gall
Railway is
power,
Hespeler  &   Berlin
using    Hdyo-electric
It
ic estimated that Toronto
hotels will contribute 580,000 to
the Governmenl under the amend-
ill license net.
The amendment to the chartered
accountants act, passed, by the
Ontario I egislature, has been
allowed al Ottawa.
ills
A deputation of residents of
Georgian Bay towns has been to
Ottawa to ask Government aid
for a new railway.
Twn inns of ammunition shipped i" Kingston caused much
alarm among residents in the
vicinity of the railway yards.
AMERICAN NOTES
The reunion of the Blue am
the Carey veterans of the Civi
War will be held in Memphis on
Septcmver 28, 29, and 30.
('niiiisel for the twenty-two men
condemned to death in Hayti
for political offenses have been letl
In hti|H- that executive clemency
will be exercised.
Frank Noops, a telegraph lineman, was frozen to death tin
Other week near Whittier while on
duty dning repair work.
l-"ifty United States millionaires,
negotiating through a syndicate
in llelf,ist. have chartered the new
While Star liner "Olympic," which
is being built for that company
and will visit ("areat Britain in
June iu the giantess of the seas to
attend the Coronation.
50c PER MONTH
DON'T
SWEAR
elT.ilt     (
suitable  j
Ic condl-   1
ueiore going up river com* 1
id iao ui and wo will show you J
hat is necessary In the line of \
Social Items
Mrs. V. W. Smith entertained
ii number of friends al Bridge on
Saturday afternoon, The prizes,
handsome burnt leather photo
frames, were won by Mrs, Donald
Mcl.eod, Mrs. [���'. Stork and Mrs.
D. (I. Stewart,
Mrs. J. I'. Ritchie who has been
ill in Victoria, we are pleased to
hear is improving.
Mrs. (Dr.) Tremayne ha> the
sympathy of a large number of
friends, in the death of her father,
lhc news n( which wns received
tsi week,
nr rave at your pant misfortune, lu.t
just stop nml look conditions fairly in
tha face; na-i one of my descriptive
pamphlets "f
Bitter Creek
road it carefully ntul then pints it along
... v..in friend wlm is in trouble, l>y so
doing you help yourself, your fii.uul and
in.-. The reason Is simple i you can make
,-i t,...nii Investment In Hitter Creek lots
with a small cash payment, sn ran yuur
friend, you both make money and then I
have your geml will, that's my slinre. The
lnts are from sim' up; quarter cash,
unci- four, eight uml twelve montlis.
hal
ls F. G. Dawson   -    Prince Rupert  ��|
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>��*��~��00<��00<B^^
XWXI
I Ask Uncle Jerry"N��w
TO REDUCE
TAXATION
Royal Commission Is to Make
An Investigation
TO SIT IN JULY
Hon. A. E. McPhillips, Hon.
Price Ellison, Messrs. Lugrin
and Malkin Will Constitute
Commission. Will Visit Cities of Province.
Victoria, April 11.���In order
to effect reductions in the taxation
levied by the provincial government, as foreshadowed during the
last session of the Legislature a
Royal Commission was this morn-
ing appointed. The recommendations made to the Lieutenant-
Governor aru: President of the
Council, Hon A. E. McPhillips,
Minister of Finance Ellison; C.
II. Lugrin, Edhor of the Victoria
Colonist and A. II. Malkin, wholesale merchant ofVaneouver. These
will  constitute  a  special   Royal
Commission under the public en-
quiries act to make a full in-
VCStiagtion Into all matters touching or related to ihe Incidence
of taxation in British Columbia
with a view to further and general
reductions next year.
The   commissioners   will   visit
all the chief population centres
receiving evidence and observing
all conditions as ihey effect taxation. The sittings will commence
as siiiiii as the Premier antl Attorney-General return from the
Coronation during July.
NO SMOKING
AT THE COUNCIL
Mayor Manson's New Procedure
By-law   is   Considered
HILDITCH HAS DOUBTS
The Emperor and EmpreBS of
Germdny will attend the unveiling
of the memorial to the late Queen
Victoria in London on May 18.
Messrs. R. Atkinson & Company
of Dublin, have received from the
for   Irish   lace,
train  of  Car-
Mayor Manson's Soothing Syrup for Unconvinced Aldermen. Council Chamber Pipe
Put Out. Progress Reported
with By-law.
Reconsideration ol the Mayor's
new procedure by-law in committee of the whole was undertaken by the city council l..>t
night. Alderman Kerr took the
chair. There was a fair amount
of discussion. Alderman Hilditch
ciiielly stumbled antl grumbled
over the cl.iusec thai did not
phase him. lie was in some fear
that ihe new procedure by-law
was designed to tie up meddlesome
aldermen who woultl probe into
the mysteries of motions that
mean mnre ihan ihey seem to
nn the Burface. Mayor Manson
gently explained things to the
ever wary watch dog of the council
board,' and his suspicions were
allayed.
That clause which allows tin
Mayor to vote with the council
troubled him but was passed.
Mayor Manson expounded to Alderman Hilditch the manifold advantages of the new method and
the council watch dog was satisfied.
The reading of the by-law was
a prolonged process and Alderman
Morrissey anxiously suggested in
8 lull while the city clerk regained
his breath,  that   it   niighl   be  all
read by ll p.m.
"Vou needn't worry," said Alderman Hilditch. "This by-law
will never be read by eleven
o clock.
Alderman Morrissey sighed and
was silent. Clause ninety-nine
was then read, and other after ii
while the council slumbered. . .
"and smoking shall be allowed
during the council sessions"���
There was a change in the city
clerk's voice antl everybody woke
up with a start.
"My copy says 'No smoking,' "
siid Alderman Hilditch drowsily.
"My copy has the  no' crossed
out,"   boldly  affirmed   the  City
Clerk   challenging   the   Mayor's
glance.
"Oh, well," said Alderman Newton pulling mightily at his cigar.
"We aren't going to mind all those
regulations anyway."
"I don't mind that one so much."
added   Alderman   Hilditch.    "I
don't smoke a great deal."
At Clause 10S the council committee of the whgle rose and
reported progress.
Queen  an order
including a  Court
rickmacross.
The death of a lifeboat hero-
Charles Goodwin Salmon���is announced ai Gorleston. Salmon,
who was eighty-four years of age,
saved 200 lives.
The White Star triple-screw liner
Titanic, of 46,000 ions, and sister
8hip in the Olympic, will be
launched on Mas 31, at Belfast.
The Olympic will leave Sotttli-
hamptoii mi her maiden voyage
to New Vork on June 14.
Advertise in
THE OPTIMIST
COM. NOTICE
Que I
OF   COURSE   THEY   DIDNT
Council Say They "Never Refused Police Protection"
Sometime ago Messrs. Williams
&   Manson,   acting  on   behalf  of
S. 11. Watson ov Co., applied for
letter    police    protection   of    lhe
linn's Second avenue contract.
["he streets committee alter considering this have dedided that
sufficient   police   protection   was
never refused   this  linn,  which  is
Instructed to proceed with their
completion of thc work forthwith.
Their ret|iiesl for permission lo
sublet their contract was not
granted.
Applications frorn street grading
contractors for extra time to com-
plete their contracts wire not
acceded to by the streets committee. The contractors must furnish more data showing reasons
for the need of extra time, and
must state how long they want to
complete the work.
Cl urlotte Illandl I-anal DIM ric- ��� ' i! r cl ol
Ske-  ll
Tnke noticai C oi t, John McLt-oal ol VaneoUv. r
occupation broker, Intend to apply tor permleaion
-<i | ao pact (ur i-i>,1 ian.1 pel roleum on the following
ai. -era! 0 i laanalaa:
C mmi'iiri t: lal ;i post plunt.il nhout nix miles
taouth nml two iiiiJi-j. wattl ol tin- mouth of iha
TM Kiwr anil murked J. Mil.. N ti. Corner
No. Ill \ht-nc aouth HO chuins, thenci" weal 80
c ains, thfica" north HO chains, then | eaat 80
chain, li- pout of raamnn iu-. iii-iu ; conlolnlng > 40
acra-s. more ur 'awa.
liotiii i ei. a, lwi, john M'LBOD
I'uh. Fob. 25. Clarance M.Dowall, Asvnt
Qui-an Cluiilotte Island.- Lnnd Diatrict���DUtrict ot
Skeen.
Take : olice thot I. ��� ohn V.i-l.-ml of Vancouver,
occtipnli' n lar ker. intend to u,nly for pa-rmiaaion
to pieepecl lor coat and laetroleun. on the following
deecribed land:
I'linuneiicinK ot o pint planta-al *ah.ut six mill's
Miuth and Iwo milea west ol the Tl-ei lUver ond
marked J. McL. S. B. Cortltr, No. la, thence
nnrlh N cl nina. thence waft SII. huins. Ihene. south
Ml chains thenee a'oat 8t' chains to point of w,m-
incenieiit: containinu 640 aaw, more or leaa.
Dated hb. SS, 1911 JOHN M'LKOD
I'uh. Keh.'_.. CTaronee McDowa'll. Agent
Qua.cn Charlotte lalanda Und Diatrict���Diatrict of
Ska-enn
Take notice thut 1. John McLeod .of Vonoouver,
occupation hroker, intend to apply or pa.rmiaaion
in praapeet for coal and petroleum on the lollowing
t, -i rit'.-.l  lands:
Commencing nt a post planted ahout an milea
soulh und two wa-a.1 of lhe moulh of the Tl-e
Hiver and markisl J. MeL. N. W. Corner. No. 38.
tha-nce south St) cliinns, thenca- a-asl 80 chaina!
tlii-iica. north 811 chains, tha-nea- aa-a-at 80 choina to
(mint of caimnia-nea-nient; containing GIO ecra-a,
more or lava.
llalasl Keh. IS. HIU. JOHN M'LKOD
I'uli. Kali, '.ifi. Clarance McDowa'll, Agent
Queen Charlotte lalunds Und District  -Diatrict of
Skas-na
Take notica. that I, John McLisal ol Voncoua'a-r,
occupation broker, intend to opply for permisaion
tn proopect for eoal and petroleum am the following
.1. ,-nliisl lund:
Conunendni at a post platitaxl ahout aix nn]. -
suuth and twu mills, wa-at of the mouth of the
Tl-el HiviT and markisl J. McL. S. W. Corner
No. 37 thenca. north 80 chains, thence a>aaat 80
chains, thenca. aouth 80 chains, thence weat 80
chaina to point ol coniini.ncenu>nl: containing 610
acra.s.'more or less.
Dated Feb. 28,1911. JOHN M'LKOD
Puli. Keh. 2fi. Claranca- McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte lalanda Lund District���DbaUrct ol
Ska-a-no
Take notice thai 1, John MeLeod ". Voncoua'a-r,
occuputiain hroka>r, inti'nd to opply fur permisaion
to prospect for coal and pelroli'iim on he Inllona-ing
descnhail londs:
Commencing at a [aost planlisl ahout aix miles
suuth ond three mila-a west of the mouth ol the
Tl-el Itiver ond marked J. McL N. E. Corner,
No. 76, thenca' aoulh 80 chaina, thence aveat 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, thencc east 80
chains to point ot comnu-neemeni; containing
(UU ncn>s, mure or lesa.
Doted Keb. 23, l'Jll. JnllN  M'LEOD
Puh. Keb. 2fi. Clarunce McDowell, Agent
Qui'cn Chorlotte Islands Land D strict -Diatrict ol
Skavna
Toke notica. thot I, John MoLeod ol Vancouver,
occupation hroker, intand to upply for permission
to pros|aect fur cool und petroleum en thc following
da��scrilHsl lamls:
Commencing ot o post planta-d sia mill's south
and thns' milei wasat ol ihe mnuth of tho TM
River ami marki'd J. McL, S. K. Corner, No. 76,
thenci' north KO chnins, thence weat 80 choina,
thenci' eouth 8(1 chains, thenca' a-ost 80 choina to
point ol commencement; conuining 64(1 acres.
more or la>sa.
Daleal Fob. IS, 191L JOHN M'LEOD
I uh. Feb. 25. Clarnce McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District���DUtrict o
Bkeena
Toke n.ilice that I. John MeLeod ol Vancouver,
occupulion broker, intend to apply lor permiaaion
to pr. sped lor coal and [H'troleum on th following
isicnla-d lund: .
Commancing ut a posl plantad aliout eight mllee
south and two (reel ol the mouth ol Tl-el Itiver
and marked J. Mcl... N. w. Corner, No. 40, thenco
south 80 i, -  thence i uat mi choins, thence north
80 chains, ihence wesl 8 I chains to point of comme-cement; eonlaining 6I>. an*, more or leaa.
.)*'<";V1'-i-.'-'i.- John Mcleod
1 l,h- Feb- 27- C. McDowell. Agent
Quaan Chariotte islands Und District���Dlotrict of
m , . Skis-nu
,J���"k<: "','","' _*t I, John MeLeod ol Vancouver,
ccui a ion hroker  InUnd to apply f���   permiaaion
dmcriild laml"     ""' p<-'trul,'u"1 on ,lu' 'ollowinf
Commencing at a poat planted riant mllea aouth
-ak'd"|WMer ^lEW1 "' W* Klver *nd
sou I, m' A - \ *��� *"������""' No. 41, thonce
n h x A ,"*' .'a.'"'""' ��'���'" * ch,in>. 'hence
S���L��� ��halna, thence east 80 chalna to point
excommencement;  contnininK 1110 ocrea, more or
KPjJStaf4' ,,IL J0"N MeLEOD
Pub. leh. 27. c   Mc���owell| A_mi
Queen Chorlotte Islands Lund Dlatrict-Duitrict ol
T-i      .,    .       Skeana
occut'iinS"E th" '' J",in Mc,-"0'1 ��< Vancouver,
tSpneSS K"i m",""' 5��,��PI"* '"r Pormlaaion
topnepeet lor coal ami petroleum un the following
ea oouth
marked    1  ' Va "i  ""m'T"1 "'  tnp ','**** Hiver Ullll
n rtl,l 80 eh,Ir1-" .1 *' �� rn''r No- ����� thence
so 1, So eh '""' .__** ww" "�� <*���'���� theneo
aoiitn no chains, thenee aaai 80 chains to noint
ol commence,,,,,,,;  containing MCTo���, __% W
descrilied land.     ^^^^^^^^^^^
SSarhS" T'".1."   "��'.m?.ulh of the Tl-el 111
Doled K li. 21, mil
Pub. Keh. 27.
JOHN MeLEOD
C. McDowell, Agent
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papers on Jan,   I5tn, western papers come In at once
on Jan. ian.i   our Princ. Ruparl ..,-    Wa idvisa avaryon. to nt in the
i-t".��ty Bdvortl.em.nl appeared In market this spring and rammer    Sa
paper. In New Ym-k.  Boston, Prpvl- *henyoo bav.     ,���,,-,   Tuv!',_��
Angelea,  St.   I'md  nnd 117 tan nuiki
For
Prince Rupert
Opportunities
UNCLE JERRY JU, I|���J. la      i
Hai  u  Free   Information Department  ���"*   WnCIC   JCrrV     =
for strnmrera in tha f.iiv nml   f���.  **       \w
>r strangers in the Cily anil  for
resilient, by correspondence.
He will build you a dwelling
payment plan.
mi easy
Cisco, 1,1
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Complete - Outfitters - to ��� Men
s��""��v h - "f W U.S. daTlyTawV l"f"you' will I���?--~'U:*' much m��"-y
papers In all   OnFel
Rupert adVertlseme
(:niiiiiliiiii dnilv
"ASK  UNCLE  JERRY-
He Buys Lease.       He Buys Bui,,,,,,,,  tam.fo! y'oTto fift ".'^ir1 "">
He Buys Conlrenf. .,���-., lm   y bu,l(l  " ''welling or
���"���th our Prlnci
..Easter Flowers..
Fre��h Cut Bloom* from Victoria
ARTIC    ���    STUDIO
y nnd sell nnd not hold on
��o long tn property,    All of you put
lit   appeared   In  'Jli  your shoulder In the wheel nnd lintiHt
newspapers, keep on boostlng~that'i   tha way wa
will make a big city.
WHBN  YOU  WANT Tt) WHY, IBM. till
HUNT  KK.AI. BaTTATI
ASK
He Buy. Lot. He Buys Contracts stoi
He  has  Stores   to   l{,.|,t
He  Buys  Lands  in  Skeenn and Na-      "
Uiver  Valleys.
e win sal
I Ask Uncle Jerry
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ASK UNCLE JERRY
Uncle J
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enry
"ASK  UNCLE   JERRY"
He wants Bfl Houses to Rent
He s"!!8 \'TB      H" S"lls Building.
He Sells Lots He Sells Contracta
He wants Store, to Rent
He Sell.  Land!  up  the Skeena R|ve
XKKllllttttWiin^
you a house and  lot and
you can pay on monthly payment plan.
Ile will take a lease on your lots and
make your investment
per cent.
pay  you  eight
; Ask Uncle Jerry }
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