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 THE  WEATHER
Twenty-four hours  ending  5   a. m.,
Mav 20.
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The Daily News
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Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist I W2519H       1
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For Nouth
nia Monday, p.m.
VOL. II,  NO. 113
Prince Rupert, B.C., Saturday, May 20, 1911.
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ADJOURNED THE HOUSE
TILL MIDDLE OF JULY
Supplementary Estimates of $34,000,000 Given Royal
Assent���Members May Now Go Home���
Reciprocity First Item for
New House
(Canadian I'ress Despatch)
Ottawa. May 20. Alter attcnd-
ii. die Senate in a body, where
Sir t'h.tries Fitzpa trick as deputy
,, i ortieneral gave the Royal
to the supply bill for
$34,000,000 and several other bills
u'liicli had p.'.ssitl their third read-
i, j>, the House oi Comtnons ceased
ii> ,\,,rk shortly before ten o'clock
lasl night.
Reciprocity in June
Ha fore ihe House formally ad
journed till after the Coronation,
Mr. R. L. Borden asked when the
question of reciprocity with the
United States wuold be taken up.
Hon. W. S. bidding, who in the
absence of Sir Wilfrid Laurier is
acting as Leader of the Government,   replied    that   it   was   the
intention of  the Government  to
take up the (piestion immediately
upon the House re-assembling on
lulv ISth.
THEY KNOW NOT WHAT AWAITS THEM
PROVINCE WILL BUILD A
JAIL-FARM AT BURNABY
Tenders Were Called For To-Day    Will Have  But One
Central Prison for Whole Province
t .11 adian Press lJc>|Kitrh)
\      mver, May 20.���The first
move i,,r the systematic re-organ-
i/iii,,n  o|   the  prison   system  of
thc Province was made this morning when tenders were called for
-'nation of a prison farm
building  ...i   Burnaby.    This   is
i ning of a series of impro
vements to relieve the overcrowding ol the provincial jails.
Will Raise Food-crops
lhe plans provide for one large
Central  Prison lor ihe Province
with large lands surrounding it.
Two hundred acres will be given
over to fuming. The farm will
be worketl by the prisoners, who
will lie set to work raising the
essential food-stufls.
Marks an Advance
The new system of farm-
has worketl well in other places, and
it is here believed it will work
more good for the prisoners, and
more economically for the province
than the old method of putting
the prisoners to work on unpleasant antl confining occupations.
j BASEBALL SCORES]
Northwestern League
Vancouver 11, Seattle 2.
Victoria  2,  Tacoma  0;    twelve
innings.
S;> ikvte 1, Portland 1.
National League
Cincinnati 0, Brooklyn2.
New York ">, Pittsburgh.
Chicago;. Philadelphia 5.
Boston :i. St. Louis").
American League
New York 1(1, St. Lo list).
Boston 5, Chicago 8,
Cleveland ". Washington 1.
Pacific Coast League
San Francisco 7. Oakland "���
Loa Angeles 5, Ycrnon I.
Portland 2. Si.cranut.to 15.
CANADA'S PREMIER GOT
A ROYAL RECEPTION
Lord Mayor and Council of Liverpool Tendered a Civic
Reception    Royal Train, Decorated With
Flowers, Placed At His Disposal
for Trip to London
(Canadian Press Despatch) the saloon cars of the Royal train,
London, May 20.- The affection which was decorated with flowers
which the people of Great Britain j for the occasion.  Crowds of people
gathered at the boat Bide and gave
FIVE FUTURE KINGS AND QUEENS OF EUROPE
(Colonial Press Despatch)
May 20. Five happy and heed-
ess future kings and queens. From
left to right are the Czarewitch of
Russia; Princess Margartia <>f
Greece; Prince Ludwig of Hesse;
Princess Theodora of Greece and
Prince (ieorge of Hesse.
The charming photograph of
the quintette of children of royal
estate, of which  the above eul  is
a reproduction, was taken at die
Adriatic resort ot Abazzia, where
there was a wonderful collection
of kingly and princely children
this spring.
A little while ago tlie group
i' eluded also all the royal children
of Italy, but they were taken
back home by their parents lo
be present at the Italian Jubilee
celebrations.
The   two   little   Hesse   princes
are the children of Grand Duke
Ernest of Hesse, one of the greatest
royal houses of the German Empire, and the Princesses Margarita
and Theodora of Greece, are the
children of Prince and Princess
Andreas, the latter of whom was
a Ballenberg, aud is esteemed one
of the loveliest princesses of Europe.
hold for Sir Wilfrid Laurier was
shown on his arrival at Liverpool
yesterday afternoon. The Lord
Mayor and the City Council,
attired in their robes of ollice, with
the st; gi coach in waiting, received the Car&dian Pr.initr as
Iii stepped oil the Virgii ian.
Royal Train Waiting
The London & North-Western
Railway  placed  at   his  disposal
DIVER AT WORK ON NEW
GOVERNMENT WHARF
Interesting Spectacle at the Foot of McBride Street--Under-water
Blasting is Killing All Sorts of Fish���Preparing Foundation
for the New Concrete Piles.
A diver is now busily at work
preparing foundations for the concrete piles of the new Government
Wharf.    Blasting operations arc
being carried on beneath the water,
and the firing of the shots is causing consternation and havoc among
the finny population down there.
All sorts and conditions of lish
big and little, eatable and uneatable are killed by the concussion   in   the   water   when   the
explosions occur, and their bodies
float up to the surface. It is only
necessary then to dip them out
with a sweep net. The rumor
that some of thc fish are also
cooked by the blast is not to be
taken seriously. We have wonderful fishing in Prince Rupert
Harbor, but not so wonderful
as all thai.
Progress  on   the  Government
wharf   will   be   greatly   expedited
by the employment of the diver.
The work of construction has been
going on with steadiness if not
speed, recently, and the engineers
have had several difficulties to
contend with which could only be
conquered by patient effort. Plenty of strong re-infoieed concrete
piles are ready to place in position.
The machinery for placing them
is there.    The difficulty has been
to get (he foundation right.
Has Startled Her Friends
HIm Laura Barney, wealthy and
j*'ented sculptress from Washington,  marries an   eccentric
French mystic.
>:,
[Colonial Press Despatch)
M     -'"���   Miss Laura  Barney.
'""led young sculptress, and
""''' : oi Hie nude statue of her
""""ll    ilster,    Natalie,    which
���   a centre of interest as
" r'l"""l up.,,, ihe lawn of the
I   mansion   at   Washington,
.s "arUcd  her  friends and  rel
"ivm |,y her
'" Hypoliu
"i il,. \
���unl
nte
marriage  in   Paris
���reyfus, High  Priest
'���'���'���"i Budapest Society,
'he most strange and
1 men i��� Europe.
'��� B   black-bearded, gi-
unc  leg,
AN ELECTION
IN THE FALL
Vancouver Liberals Said to have
Received a Warning
(Canadian i'ress Despatch)
Vancouver, May 20.���The Liberals of British Columbia are said
to have received private information from Ottawa to prepare for a
Dominion election in the fall. At
two annual ward meetings in this
city thc matter has been discussed,
but at both the press were excluded.
TRAIL FROM TUCK'S INLET
CLEAR TO PORT SIMPSON
Mr. W. Wright Has Surveyed the Road for the Governmer.t---The
People of Prince Rupert Will Soon be Able to Walk There
In From Five to Six Hours
VANCOUVER GIRL
FATALLY BURNED
a popular expression of their welcome.
Politics Avoided
At the civic reception, Sir Wilfrid
delivered a graceful speech, avoid-
i; g all reference to politics. Interviewers wim saw him later
im re received b) Sir Wilfrid, but
he firmly refused to be interviewed
on  political  topics.
ASK FOR LINE INTO THE
PEACE RIVER COUNTRY
Vancouver Merchants Hold a Meeting    Want Province
to Build or Assist in Building.
(Canadian Press Despatch)      'the Peace Kiver country from the
Vancouver, May 20.- The need coast eiiics.
of  providing a  railway from  the A Weaithy District
coasl cit ies into Northern British , .        .
it    was    pointed    oul    that    Ihe
Columbia   anil   the   Peace   Kiver
country was emphasized last night
���        ,    ,     ,     . Mill  become one of  the wealthiest
at a large ..,..u-.g of tht busmcaa
men of Vancouver called for the
purpose of discussing question ofs
railway .service.
Peace Kiver district when settled
will become one of the wealthiest
portions of the province, and that
Passed a Resolution
The meeting finally passed a
resolution urging the Provincial
Government   to   provide   or   to
.issist  In providing a railway into  Creek.
the building of a railway woultl
greatly help the work ol settling
this rich dislrici.
For canoes, row boats, launches
call at |ohn>lon's Boat House al
the foot of Third avenue and Cow
VEIN OF ORE ON
SECOND AVENUE
Copper and   Iron    "Paystreak"
Laid Bare by Blast
This morning a vein of quite
good quality copper and iron ore
was  laid   bare  by   the  effects ol
CHILICO WRECKED
ON THE FRASER
Little Vessel Goes to Pieces in
An Ice Jam
News reached town this morning
thai the little stern-wheeler Chilco
was  lost   on   the  I'arsei   river  on
a shot tired on S.  P.  McMordie's  April 211th while running between
Second avenue cut.
There  was  quite  a   little  stir
amongst the workmen at the time,
Blackwater river to Quesnel.
The   Chilco'a   boiler   gave   out
while she was steaming back from
aud almost a miniature mining Cottonwood Canyon. The boat
stampede. Samples ol the oreIdrifted down the river for two
will   be assayed  without   delay, miles   into   th,-   canyon.     After
and rumor hath it thai already drifting through nearly the whole
those of the grading gang who ! distance of the Cottonwood canyon
have been  bitten  by  the mineral , the ice jammed anil smashed  lhe
bug, are busy sharpening stakes [ boat to pieces.  The crew narrowly
to   establish
"claim."
their   light    to   the
escaped with their lives.
"r, yli,
mi,
��'hiiw
V'inli'   Magi  with   on,
SHIPPING     ON     COAST
Prince George Coming North to
Arrive Sunday
This   morning   Cape   Laso   <��
irtcd   the   S.S.    Prin
passing north bound at
r.      "jc teachings have gath-ported  the  S.S.   Prince George
woma     , imacoterie��fwealthy passing north bound at 5.50 a.m.
'��� Wiom he j��� Sljd  ,��� rub. I she will arrive on Sunday morning
' ""' "' ,r"11' I Pachena spoke thc S.S.  Tees at
k  " ��� 3   a.m.   eastbound,   and   reports
Cll '""'" '*��� �� Of all descriptions the S.S.   Prince Kupert. at   12.15
'" W ���" Scott, Proud & Co.     a.m. in Ht/.hugh Sound southbound j from there to Port Simpson 7 1-2.
A new trail has been surveyed,
and will soon be opened up from
the head of Tuck's Inlet to Port
Simpson via Georgetown, a distance altogether of about twelve
miles. This trail will make possible a series of easily accomplished
excursions for residents of Prince
Kupert, and is acceptable news.
Tbe trail runs for some distance
beside the route of the new railway
lo Port Simpson.
Mr. \V. Wright, thc surveyor
attached to the Government Public Works Department, has already made a survey of the route
which lies on good bench land all
the way. Thc trail can be construct! d without any tremendous
outlay, and the work will certainly
be started very shortly. The
distance from thc head of Tuck's
Inlet to Georgetown I8 8 1-2 miles,
This distance can be covered over
the trail in about five or six hours.
Formerly the old-timers here used
to go from Metlakatla to Simpson
byway of the coasl, in about seven
hou rs.
Mr. Wright is now in Kitsumkalum arranging for the trail to
be constructed between that point
and the Naas. It is the intention
of the Government to do a great
deal of work in these districts
this season, and new trails will be
opened up In as many directions
as may be necessary for ihe
development of the centres open-1
ing up just now.
COAST-WISE WEATHER
Prince Rupert Refreshed by a
Little Rain
LOST IN SKEENA
NOT YET FOUND
Bodies of W. H. Tully and W.
Grant are Still Missing
No news has conic down  river
regarding the bodies of Port En-
some points there is clear weather jKjnn.r \\\ II. Tully, and lhe lirc-
SJld   sunshine.      Triangle   reports  Mi.m William < .rant who was drown
fog this morning, antl Point Grey led with him In the Skeena the other
is making  the best  of  "Cloudy" day.     Search   is  continuing,   but
Today's weather along the coast
is for the most part cloudy.
Southerly   winds   prevail,   antl   at
after  having  a  pretty  long  spell
of Worse weather by far than we
For the 24th
Everyone will be dressed in
their holiday attire and lo look
properly dressed you will need
tan or canvas shoes. Scott, Proud
& Co. have a big assortment.
Miss Nellie Hogg is the Victim
of a Pot of Boiling Wax
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, May 20.  -Miss Nellie Hogg, a donustii   employed in
the household of Mis. Cie of 2710
I'oint   Grey   Road,  was  fatally
burned yesterday afternoon, thing
in the hospital al night from her
injuries.
The unfortunate girl was busy
in the kitchen, when a pot of
wax on the StOVC boiled over antl
burst into flames.    In attempting
to put out the flames,some of theIhonor of  Mrs.  McLean who is
burning substance caught  on   her  leaving for lla/.elton.    The guests
clothes, which became ignited, Shelwerc Miss Mercer, Miss Mabius,
was hastened  to the hospital but   Miss Millig.in. Miss Marten, Miss
!without avail. |Johnstone and Miss McTavish.
it    is   hardly   expected   that   the
bodies will be found immediately,
have been having in Prince Rupert There is a chance that they may
Today, however,  Prince  Rupert I come to the surface In a week or
also has to report "Cloudy." There |s(l, and be found   along the river
was a little rain lasl night which  bank lower tlown.
laitl the dust nicely.	
  To  Advertisers
Dinner in Honor fo prevent disappointment, ad-
Mrs.   Donald   McLeod   enter-lvertisers in the Daily News are
taincd at a dinner last evening in {requested to send In changes of
copy On the evening previous to
publication. 'This applies especially to the Saturday edition. The
great growth in the advertising
department makes this necessary.
___________ T H.'E    D AI L Y    N EW5
The Daily News
Former/v The 'Pnnce Rupert Optimist
Published by thf Prince Rupert Publuhing Compuny, Limited
DAILY AND WEEKLY
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BRANCH OFFICES AND '. IEN   IBS
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LOND W, BNOLAND-T: .-��� .-. r Syndicate. ',-..���     i'r.;::k BuKJinf. Trafalgar
Square.
CIVILIAN    RIFLE    ASSOCIATION
Competition   Programme   for
Season of 1911
"Tbe newspaper, with tha law, should au ���������    isad innocent
until proven guilty; ri;ould be the friend, i  I  Um   enemy of the
genera "     >fender. no: th, I rati    Ife and
perl ".al character.    '.: - . as it   were,   a
pet o. the public conscience. "-Henry Watterson.
Daily Edition.
Saturday, May 20
A TRIBUTE TO YOUR HONESTY
The classified a Is ii   . ne* -;������:��� " ������"         lys good reading. M re
certainly. ven than th,  news columns are thej   an index
iture.   And on                I good reading.
For s   many get   rati its vi ���     mder the tryanny ��� I .1
philosophy that reared itsdi ���   ���   premise tl itl
nature was inherentl)     .. I abundant evidei
thv .  : crarj - m<   I us an in wga          king on 1
' \\ here ever)  | r -��� cases
'-. - vile."
Both asserti ns in th, in raj widt    I ths truth.
A ma th   tg ���   ���      W  ��� rl - le delight
artkJ .��    ������ rimes, ti       ; out
related mi ssages - md fro ii   -     ��� -���       --    -
Tht:: ler��� ��� - -       tthosandcoi suturing
.. .- ���    f serials in 1
This week   1 reada mt-ad       mn in this paper
might ha I t   1       e homily on 1 rent
I s    I       .   .  -   - ments in 1     Lost and I
. - 1    ��� ic 1        ne ai sums of n
s  . the streets a of the city.
In - e 1 : '.v..-  ::.::,. 1  nsidei.
���.     -     - -..:������ ���  -   ���   ���
which lik.   ! 5' g t something
.: richeth not anyone els ives 1 or indeed n - 1
i:\ :'..*. ���>���-:������-.��� -- .��� ���-������..-.���        ging mat
But in tht    ise of a man picks up a | .:r.-c or ~ ���
itraightwa    ...-���---       . ��� self about 1    I    . ���
r, there is it that        - nest man at     . ..
ritia List  than thu
But there is s       inothei
M..\ 21st���Prizes;   Spoon by ex-
Ca] ' iii    Godson,   Spoon   by
Captaii   Partington.
Mav 24th   Prizes to be arranged
by l. mmittee,
May 2St.   Prizes;   Spoon by J.
\\. P iter, Spoon ! > Captain
I    . I
[vne   ;���      First Shot I    ol   louri
11. ;-. ���   Canada  Prize.
Firsl 5h    t (of four Canadian
June i es;   to bv .-.rr..: gi  .
juiu  iSt     -      ������ Sh "���;:   Dom-
I  d 1 Prize.  >
- Canadian  Ri tl 0 Lea-
Jtu (   22nd    Coronation   1 ��a>
C mj etition to bearanged.
Jure 25th - Third Shoot;   I'
;        [Cat .. i.i Prize     Third'
Shoot    i Canadian   Rifle Lea-
July 1st    Dominion l>.i> .  1
:   -..-.   11   bi arranged.
July 9th���Fourth and Final Shooi
for D mil i      f Cai ada Prize.
i ��� urth and i        S     t for
Canadian Ririe Leagut
LETTER   FROM   GEO.   LEEK
Prince Rupert s Representative
Finds Lots of Interest
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
-.-��� I'jt-ict-Diitnc: ol Coast Kar.c.e f
.   .    ..',.  &11H.U  Ker.r.,:.   oll.r-
lUo�� named ��on.an
- ��� ���  .,.r:::<__o-i te purchase the
* a a *   ,    .
:. ,Mlt_ .1  r.mh *i
.' '   '    ���   .':-. Smm nuaias ���*** .*
...   ehalai. ther.ce eut 10
.:'   -, ehiiu to ri.ee el eom-
���  3... acra men or km
:.::.%__ torn ol Isad -
���'������,-, S. L.. ��boul en* nu,e ����t A
,  I::. ,.-r :l Sk~r.i nwr District
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
LAND  PURCHASE NOTIC
SkSSBS Und District���Diitrin ,.f Coul u..
Tike notic thlt Mary Mar.tr. i
Cm occupat,��� touaaSw, r
U-v Uk, m
���    " .    .
-
BELL HALL KENNEY
:,:.:. Haier.y, Acer.;
JJZUU   and Vegetable
-e!.-.s.    Half mile from Railway.   It'���'���'������
cabin included.
$1875
*.���-. La: J Di.tncl-Uutriet oil lata
���.       ��� .   thai  i. J��m�� Dunlop ot Prince
xcvpatl 1   tu-r.iter.    BUI
-  :-���������._...r. ���...  puretaae  the  toLowir.t
:her..-e u,-'.
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unMOMMBt.
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- . | b B��lw��ir. A.',nt
.,.:��� .tot Cai.iar
t of  > an-
.,,   ol    >���
intendi to ippl
.-...W-enl
. ;hr*e anJ on
containing  ltio ..:,���*. more or list.
I'oal n,a:k��l M. M. G., N. E. Corner
ii.lctl Keb. 14, llll,
j'ula. March 4.
MAKY tlARQARKT ,,!,!.,,
Skwna Land Uiit/iet���Dutnct .' a
Take   notice   thai   Jack   Dedl, rd  ol
Yorkahire,   Lngland,  occupalion  o-.,;-.^. .
tenda  lo apply   lor  permuaion  io  ;.
'olio*i!.c ai.a*enU*l lands:
Buys T.t 1-S ... rei
land   ai   Kitselsi
mile from the Railwav.
t7A(|  Buys Rooming H
Mai Land Dtatat���Dlmtet oi C**m Bmg* I   ,
.:   ___!*  Muaaliaa   ot   RtM"
.   .*.-_;.��-... r. marr��d wo.T.an. :���'..'  ���
��� .... r. lo p-:cr.a��e :-..  '...-*   .
*
'��� B_lm*r. Asent , timber limit WSOl, Ihence la a a
I alont  the  I all   mentioned  limit   11  era;.
'ASK UNCLE JERRV"
::���:.   Har'.e:- >   >-r.e>,   .'oai:   Diftnc:
a.m��� A  tiM^ .a*: -0 cnnr.*. thenc  :...**.*.  .
na   wmt   ;������ ria ::.t*.-r -*m*l   -
���  , M   ft   :.   c.-.��n��.   ifcence   >���-���-
��� to the northerly limit ot ut:.���-���
,  1 ..���:..-, ol Cooot Kar.se V | thence in a aeaterly direction al���r.< ������.
sl��r ~   '   .:..   Edith   Alko   iro��th*r   ol . tioned limn nu chaini more or ],�����. ...
���'"..   . ��� ;.   occupation  ipiniter. I |,mlt 0t timber limit Asi-ia, ther.ce |i   .
, ircltM- ir.e    j^eetion 11 chaim more or luu to t.-.   ,
commencement.
JACK BEI :
UMd It tho oouth eut    ITaV^M"arch"8,'lSll
���    ..   I     _.   .,..   aM.Ut!
Pub. March 25
to'the aoutherly :
$250
Buys store ..���    H
main street at Kits
IK
-
- livii.
��� ���
up to the T<
-    . ���     ind      ih to I
��� -    ��� ��� .  ��� wing ma
A reader of i N ��� -    ��� en thebattli
of Kelly's     was raging   reifai
It had been losi post-
Sice, and conl mall i
N'o tra .     ���  ���
n�� at the nt i was it 11* loss was
.-
Vesterdaj r. an ack . | from the
the letter was ... j : dn(j
contents had rea - ���. . ��� .
citiz': itamped
-������ ������       It was ai i deed ol
kindness ��� .    . ��on one's capa
lome of the more ho
icts *
W' f      our rock*i       I townsit
\ ..:       \tr. May 11
1  .trriva.!    ��� ���
.. wry pleasant    ���      lowi
.    u I pass .
vt-eathei was 61
:-.: ..���;������      trdg
arriving ..'. Vai
::.t?   tun., I   I it   I   I
:   ; ���  ;      it Wood's H
where   I   ant   n ivii v    interest!
1 rii   ���  Ru]  ������   .   .      my visit
to tht; t.   ' ' .":
Capt. S   ��� li  .       is fai .:!;���
-���   ..���-.-.   ... tve  to-
gei    ��� rsdaj    tcross 1
...... s .   .
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We ai        k   >
���   irdtoit . terest
Yours t
GEO. LEEK
* r A A   Buys   Pur- It
yJ"v   for two year?
H'. :<r.    Toilet ar.u ba::.
CGflA  Cash���First pa
^OUU  200 Rooming House, a
1 story and  basement     : ��� ������
able tlOO monthly.
{70|"    Buys Pun..".-
d I CO   ]eas^ c,f R . ming :���:
-���   I on 1.    Rent M5 1 er mot ���:
"ASK L'NCLE JERRV"
AAA   Cash buys   .   Itorj
"vw tnS h u-        -       ��� li
'".    Accommodates
C(\   Per Acre.   1551-4 seres, witi
m"  buQdlngi li
,:��� Landing, imile v
Per Acre.     (22   ...:���-        ths
famous Laxr.-- Vsl
*TC(\   Per Acre.   Just  ���
Y��"  farm of 80 acres. tse snd
gi .rciuue. priee.
'.a mile from railway.
���   n :.-;*r:. B. e., o��upauon u
-:    -v-   r.   U   purcr-a*e   :u   MOTOS moe* CT ��-
���'-,:.:.! ���: 1 pa* planted about nc =l^ : k:- : :..*.���:'
:.-,.-  .: tie Wane ar.: !..::.������ .     Ul)
-  rtl    N  .".iai.  tr.ence  %-^:   ���     r -   ���
���   etiiM. tkoooo woot Sj> etauj.
���   1911.       THOMAS MeMLLklN
':-:.y._. Franca S. Frw.cn. Afe:.:
*.M7A Und Dat.-iet-Da-.net c! Ca��ia.-
T.k. n;::ce :nat I. Cnaries L   ;..,-.���>    :s>--
:.-;.:���.���  fH-pmtat. We*. :.  .*,*,
���   i_ t. 10 purchai* tte I....-.'* ^ewc:.:-.--
lakeona Land Duuict��� Diitricl ot Coa��t 1   - > ,
Take notice that 1, Cllrl Mly Utth ol I ���'m
Rupert,   13.   C,   uccupition   ipir^ttr,
apply lor  permuaion  to purchase ir.e  :     '. .'.
uoacribed landa:
Commencins at a poat plinted It
����l corner ot Lot 17.15, Kan^e j, C ..-:
thenceAeafl   10 chaini,  ther.ce  r.onr.  .
���    ITH ALICE cr.owTHtK   ther.ce  ��eal  31   chain' ihence nor.h  U c.-..->
ther.ce weot '.tl chaini, thence louth )' chain [.
point   of   co nmencement,   eontair.ins   ll.  ,,*,
more or le��.
Dated A, -il *. 1911. CLARA MAY Lli I LL
Pub. April IC.
:.���::.
T ������_.: i. Ferry Vueenan ol  Pnnoo
F.^��l   ; c:-rmc-. pco��t��c:cr.  intend
furcha
the tollonint   skeena Land Diitrict���DUtrict ot Cout :
Take notic* that Kldon & Dttwtlos
... , . .��� ��� ���                _..���._,        V,        ,
-.- i: ��� ;-^5t [lar.tei in the vicinity ont.'  occupation   doctor, intenda lo   a;:.,
.-s ^: Quo* wghtt il a m-e *ouih .^rmimon  to purchue the toiioair.* teacribed
��� ::e Boatnt Or-ek. ind t*,nj ,End,:
bott&doi?  ot Timber ^Lirnit  N^      Commencins at a poot planted a: ���
-   -A .   ... -r :ary   oi   lisw,   _.....   ... .     t_orr.n-.encir.g   at  a  poal  p.ar.-.e^   a:
MDCias a: i pan plmtid .���������-��� us - ��� ..    ������..��� Kuth 40 chaim a.onj  �����, ���,���,, of ig, \sts, thence Mil
.  . .--. ���...-. -,��:   : tae . ^ di io< ��� - .    _ ,.T;er L.^.it No l'.*l   ���,,_��� or leu, thonc* aouth 45 cha:u r:..r�� or aa
Fiat  : -er.. ;.-.-:.>  ���..::  ������   : �� | [ -���i.-.   :-.,.-�� eait to the ihore ol   ,her,ce ��e��l 30 chaino more or ieia. u.>-
$1
tSoaeo ***** St efcoiat. UMM0 mtm
���. .- ��� *   -
tpraa  :-::
: .:. Ua) :
CHARLES DELGROVE
Franca S. Freetcn. SfOU
,    .--��� Bl  A 40 cHaira m��v cr leo..    j$ ct.a,ni more or leoo lo polnl ol eorr.T.p
.   aicr.j tbe ihor* ot Gooa*  Bay   eontair.ins 140 acr*a mor* or leal.
-   .: ie��. thenee ����leriy 40 chair.i, jj,^ March 31, 1911    ELDOX S. DET'AILt.r,
$18
Saeena Lar; DtaOfct���DtoUfct c!    __a:
Ti��� r.:-..c :.���.: : ir.  :j s. : -
;..;..-..  B   C. oteopoltoo pr��p*a.-.^:   iotood  '������
.;;...    :.:   ;.rz.J.*zz  to  purc.-.*��   U -    I
^-.:t.; A-zt.
:   .:   i   pof.   -AC.:*;   ...
r-<* OOOtl  ar:  :-.   r..*t  -��-.  .:
I 12 _ .- ...    ��� ..:���   tSODM  a^.
.-    ��� ���.  ���.���*'..*.   z.r..
:���.::....   1*11.     FRANCE ;. FREnuN
���-: Mai :.
.-��� .: kmmer.oement. cor.tur.ins | put. April 15'
������^    i.���a^ Ml  OT IC*!.
DotodUin   ���
P.r. Arr3 I
John CampbeJ. \tt*i
FERRY QUEESAN,
:r.re*
���   -. :  . ��� ���
���ASK LNCLE JERRY"    "SS
O 1 / , J U U   ;-
2500
��� Mi -
rops of kind -   P R
jail-
Notes and Comments
insta :-,
���
: Mr   R    Br.t;
���
-   ���
QSI ���  '
VN'arren McLeod will
-   ���-     e following t
'���   ��� t i Sow Blessing:
it 7 .^ii    k. gular moi
sen       t 11 a.m.   B
Br therhoi d   B..r. .   B
-.30 p.m.
^   u   are  cordial!>   invited   I
mend   these   iervi ^?     O
ited near c rner   I Sixt    .   .
For Rent
��� f-jrr.iiheo H::���� on
3nl Ave.     7 rwrr.s
Eiectr e
lease.   '   -.-
|T.{   . : tin  s in one ���     "     :��� ������-*���
$*-* r n A   :
L D U U  | Essj terms
:'    ..;. ::.er.: car te s,r:_- _-.
t-(_(\(\(\ ^uv* Double Apartment
$DUUU ;: |n se-: b 6. Terms
oar. ie arrarjeo.
$ D D U U
...  ���.-     -    model .   .���  ..
-   .-���--:.
# r 1 Q A -       -���������      eight i
v 0 1 O IF   | fire-places
..   ���
Buys 1 Boos
Rest rve.
Skoooa Load Dknia -��^r
Tu, MCia ttot :. : roetoo :.r:.
I -��� > :... ��� rt   .        . .cr.;*:..' Boom
apply lot ;*r
:��k���.tic   .-
��� :_f at a poot pluted *:���..:        "*:
. .ei i^.:r.  ar;   .   :<��� ���   ���
.: *Xt_U  .T.z  ��� a: rir*n, ::.tre  r. I
::i.u   ae��:.   I     ha    I      ISO
.    ��� ��� -
���  U     RE
���   .    .    .      :������-���--
' -. I
skeena Land Datricl���Diitrict tl,,    u
Take   notice   that   I,   Thomaa   Mac.* .,:-.    I
Steaar.. tl. C. occupation n..-.-
(or pem.aoion to purehaae the (oLcair^ a:e��cr.btd
jtn all:
Commencinf  at  l  por.  plin'.e:
t-ar.k cf the Naaa river about (our m.ie* a:
'. ihe Naaa nver, ther.ce ��. -:
M   a*,-.*,   so  chaina,  thence  r.v
t-_-.__ at a ur. p.atued at the *******   :,fr.��� rm��� hi ehair.a to point ot cvmrr..
���    I i mtd  Lat 11... there*  *>�������������'   eontaltotof 6��0 acre, more or lw.
, .-..-.   -.-.-re ir,.t oo chaina W. toa Lot .b56_. THOMAS MAC,. '. I :.'.
thoeco .    mm** r..Tth. these* 45 chaini met.   ,,       M     h ���.  ,sn   sjd      ,,.
���_:e-et .'.<.*��� U cnaim nor.h to Lot 3i��-. ihence ���      ,.
. t-a.-j eait 10 irxb ear. corner of Lot   ' *"'��� 'M*�� *'���
.-:���   :n��nr�� a:.-.: II ehaina nor.h to Lot ITU,
���_*.*.. Lar.: L'atrte".���Diitrict ot Coait Ranfe S
Take nor.ee that WiUiam  FnrJttin i.'arper.ter
-���re :-:-per.. B. C. oceupation reataurar.t
.-���.e-ii-.o a:ply f^r p*rr.iai:on to purchaa*
t foCowiai doacribed land ���
���ht_c* about 5^ chaini mu: to point cf eommor.c*
��� t* ���.���_ tr.' acre*. m?re or ieoa
^a-.ei Feb IS. 1911.
Pn: March!.
-������������ a Land Datrict���Dutnct of - ..- .-
Take nctice that  1.  Percy  Frar.c  G
of Steaart. B. C. occupation lourra..    .
apply tor permianoa to purchaae Um
������ ���  ">-ar
.a.. ���--
-       ���
".. a;: r - ���
om .   .���
...
W i.-.r r..er _*i r..: ������ *i ifaaaeo ooatA
���tmz.^ .ta: * - .������ ���-��� *. ZAr.l :
*.n��n�� ea*: r. cta^i.
���..���.-:.*.-,:. ... .:::       CiiAi.-LS  '���'.   f_S       I
I .:   Ma.  : Fran; j S
WllilAM FRANKLIN CARPENTER KKfeod landi
��� -.nr(   al   a  poat  planted  or.
e . hank of the Naaa river aboul aeven n
Sk* na Lani Dac-.rt��� Dlitriot .: I -alt Rinj   6 .., ...K, ���t ,h��� s-,��� nv���. .twi.r.
Tiko notioo that  B*-..ia,r.  i.u^al   Rloo ol ...,.K .�� ��) chaini. thence n. p.-   ���
Fr.noo Ruport. B. C   otoopauoc  .i:tor. intor.li ..������ ���,, M. chaini to point of c
:; apfkjr toe por^iaaaon f purcr^ao lho folliains Nnnuunj*��u acr�� moi* or looa.
imtiOM ..- -*                         ._.___, PERCY FRANCIS OODI
Coeniaotoiaf it l peat Plantad ii ****����� ���""���h Dated March 35. ISU.  Fra-.
f.-o-r. tbo oouth out eorae of Lot i.50, theneo .0
era.rj nit, taene* ��5 chuu aoRk, thene* TO
*-_i_t not. therce SS cha:rj aouth to point A
.- ttailias  Ul  aeru. mor* or
Pub. May IT.
$300
"ASK LNCLE JERRV
c 9 7 n n
���AC tvO
���
*. 1C\(\(\ ���
fOUvU -.
-��� - ��� . Lar.d litftnct ��� l'A-r       :      '
ua   Pc*t ttarkei R K. R, ^. E. Cor. Tikr notic* that l jjamn y. ;..������ .
I^tec Fee '.^ ISU. _.,-_.. ;. ,   Rlrr   steaart. B. C oeetipition ������ reke,
.:   Mirth 4. BENJAMIN Rl>sLL RICE    i;jp.v  ,or ^fnn^^n ���, p^nti_.
-.bed landa:
I     Commencins at l poot  plinted iboui
Skwna Lard Lejtr-r.���Datriet ot Co*lt r.cr.n tr\,m tn*   Niu nver ir.d .:
~..t r.-.e* that Mn   L C. I"utnarr.  A H    .     t tbo I ifca *t tne Naaa ����*r. :���������.-     i    -
;i_.   >:-.nr.u��a.   ��r;pat;ca   aamed   acinar.    (halM, :l��-ce ��.-:  -,a cr. ��� ���      .   -
���-.������a:    .:;.��� '��� r porrrjuicn to purehau the   chaini. tbenc* e*M se chalnno p
������-.-....-. .    ������        .     - a��iar :-.--���.���:> ��� . I . ��� acr.. B 1*    '
7a.�� - Hi .- im pi*������������ -..-��������� ��� .'..-��ut JAMES MILLAR J
:     C.    ���. .:a   .r   r*-��� - .-   at;..    ccraor ot Lot No AAA enacted Mr* L C. Putnam i   Dated March S4. ISU.  hrar.xs..
for **rr__...*_ :. -..tziaa.   re f._.��.r,- aeocruad   -..-.:-.^     .-e meat  40 chaim. theaee. Pub. May 17.
.   ���        --re  ear.   I.   cr^irj.  ���..er.ee
������-���             '. ������:                                                            :*:;ei',>r-'n'CC"''",'e0'' SawnaUadDiatriet-DU.net c.      .
..... :',>:'&" :.-U.      MRr. L C. PUTNAM T.ke   no,.=e   thi,   I.  CtoW   J
...                                                                  ; P.:. A:-..:?.                      Oec R. P.:r.arr.  Aset Pr re RuteP.. B  l  . occupal .or. rr  ���
__x.__, *w:. ".��. apuy for permiaaion to purchue the fouoaifif
".__���*.'  ^aril'lS   1S11             SWAN  Wat IPV .menbed Iinda:
""'*                           _���_...".   a'.".."-*",....                                                                            _          . Commencins at  l po��t   ;'i-'. :     ���
��� **"" Skeeni Und I    .-.r-. -DMlM of Coaal   Rons* S ' Mr.k of Etchumwk. fiiv�� ar.d about few-       -
Ikeaotloolhlt ,.r_-_w.c.   IPriau Riper, (rom iu coaSuerce ��,:r. :���-.-��� .   .
���jc*-_t*-. -   c-.e-a.     L-t r.ii    to  apply  for
;.r:r^u  tne  fo.oa-   :.*c.-.*.*l
:     -  v.t     --. r>' House. T
in ssetioii .*���-
.:.   rent _ ' ��� I ��� ���
Second Avei
$2625
$50
"ASK LNCLE JERRY"
$100
_ ^aeena U^d . .���"- -   .'*.:���.         *.a-.a- -er-n.
.an i::..> ::..: .   . -z _   "..::-     .' ir.rr- \* ���,
'--**- Coom*oaa�� as  a por.  ;.��-���-!   M   iter*  of
*;;.-   :..-  z.--_._..z  : : .r.-\a.-��   :r.   :....��.ni LaaeJ* Uae ata-o^-. -    - . --���  --.tarn   ��� -n outet
;r��r :-z azza ...  a.;   .___.,   Ua-*-   R.>tr .   tnence  JO  ehuni
���****> ���'  ��'���  ��� -Ant. ther.ce as .:   ���     cr.uu  eut   to  Ukelu
---���"������     ���    -e -.e ����-. cf ts- fira. .' uke. tiwnc* tnaar-.e-r.f aid lako ihcoa :r ��� aaat-
��� u : I U -   ���   :-���> ���   -.���   ���    :  .    ��� ��,,. di.-��sioa to  l-o.-.t  -'  ai 111111���lift;    CO-.-
tboaa e^,-. e��.i, tab** S* aam, aataulaaa   Foat -atkad G. L
ttoao* vut e *   ^-   ���*.-��� ���
tend A;r.14. Ull J   HN L MITCHELL Datai Fab. 14. '.SV..              CEORGE LEVICK
Pal   '���'...  . s   : rwv-n. A��er.t Pub Mlreh *.
.    ��� .-.:. there* eO chair., r.-
.       ���   .���
���   -emer.t. contain:.-^-I. a. --- ���
Dated Apnlll. ;s.ll   CHARIJM  ��a    ���
Pub. April��.
Sauna La- . . ...        _m_i.
'.**  ���:���-���        .'..a-   :r*ztr<_ Caenerta
!  .:r.st*   :..:���- .*--.;.:..:  ear;<r:er.
.-.:..   '..: perxiaxn M a^anhaa the
- ���.- low bad  s- :i
.-   s;   a   ;r.:   plaatad   as   -
Skeeni Ur.l D-.itr   ���
Tate n idea thai 1. Mr*. Johal
Ru'aert. B.C..,.accupil:��n nnrpf.1 ���-  l
���   ��� ;errr,:n:o!i to purchase -.-.- :      * '��*
ie��cnl*d landi:
C'.enmracir.K at ��� put planted  4   chlir.i eut
,.r.i aooth from thee .:���-������
. I. ait Dutrict. Kanfe i. I-.. I
'   ' '..:������.���   .
pdot  ��f  comm*nc*ro��iU c\'r.t*
tm kria <.'. ::���
sn
Ttmt tmim :t��*. Man i^tcn Gfld��nW��w o*
���i. B. Co. ocr-p��r*cn fccjti:(����r.  ������'������   ���
��� mjiWn tc purehu* :i�� fe'k>��icj
-A-rK-r.:-'.   *��� .��
~Atr.ci:t *t �� i<*r, ;���*-���    *- I       mtk
r month.    Wm arr   ���'���: i g
- ���    ���   . ��� M Sl  r-    -  >���   -
a x it.
W\ -���
tlHWa
G. C. Emmerson
$1000
(or re---   St
���poo ]
���; ��� Bai king I tti   I
"ASK LNCLE JERRV
���   m   tbaau  ���..:���   ���    --,.-���     -.* ���
��� ���.������.  ���     ���   .    *:_i:a.  -.netce  eut   e.
. -
_: CM FREDERICK CAMERON
���:.-::
la:   I Franej S. Frer.cn. Ajer;
��� - . Las s _��� a::a-.���V-szrx*. ot Ctm__
Ilk* I      .-    -1-. :. A.lre: >::.-.e ;! r-.-ee Ra-
-���.'.--   - --���-1��-    lat aal   I
a:;-'":- -   u   ;.-e.*.ai*  tse   :..   -    .
.��� -���
teneeeta* at ��� pan plaatad i    -:
������
���-���        -     ���    ���       ������-������.- >   ���     :����� -���
��� -    '        .-.-- ���     r-a.-.i
,-e a-:  -a:    c *-������   * .   I   --. :..-.-   '   ���    a��t ;
��� thenee
... -a ���.   ...���  tbaaea I
:.-a-rj -..--. ���..���,-.���- halai *��t to |
���au   ���-:   c.r.-.a.     .���   .    acre* rr.t-e cr leaa.
���:��a:-.y BEATON gildeksleeve
L.ated A;-. IT  :.-::
F-ab. May ��.
-���--a U-.i :. i-r.ct ��� :>litre; ,' Ccar. Rar.je !
Take r..;ace tr.at Alexander Metntoah ot \ir.<
-  -���������    B    ,.'.   occupatior.   real   -:.:*
MRS. JOHN   Lottie   001
DaU Mar .' . '.sU
Puh. Apr. 4. 1.-11
Skee-.a Uad Diitrict���Dutnct o! Co.- '
Tak* notice that Mary 1W1 B-a ��� ���      ���
>*f, B. C oeeupitioa ipiniter.
foe permiuloa to purctu* th* fo;;o��in�� do*rr.>i
laadi.
Commoccsas al i put plinted a;  "
out oomer of Lot S����0. tunc* iboal '
aorth to Lot ITB. thooc* N ***** ���������
tit., thene* ahout SO c/aurj Mil
A\ E.
$800
���      io seel
".. I
ALFRED KYTE
Fra.-cj r  f rei . -   ������._���_:
Ut
���i-i ��� ������������**   ;    c**:*.�� �����������   ;-��� ���
M  *:*-. ..,-. to point of
- - cvr.-.air.irs ate .er*. mora or Wu.
Datad ��.;;��� IT. IM-..
Alexander Maorrosa
PA. May i
Poat makeai M. B  B., S.E Cofner
Dated Feb '.4. Ull.       MARY BELL BE
Ob  !.luJ_ t
':     ���
-
Bakers' Notice
The undersign)        --er a r.eetir.? of
Rupert   Bakers  held   lut
' -  ' ���-������     ������ ;.���   ON
AND AFTER  FRIDAY. MAY   19th.
16 Loaves for $ 1.00
SEVEN FOR ���
THREE FOR 28c
Fulton Bakery
MacKenzie &Macdonald
Clifton's Bakery
Hamblin's Bakery
Liquor Act. 1910
f Ms        ���    .
-   ��� ������'���-
.-.- ���   f ���    ��� ���  ���
r the i
is Kits
tt-moi Kits     islam. B.
....        ...
-
Dat-   ���   ��� .,���    lay of Apt    : ���::.
Apt tt-ine.    harry bekkvman
i -���
$840
$550
$600
$400
-.  - e-::...- .    -
for cash.
���-������������.
rrr.s.
��� section &    I -  ���
11 ."    ';��i terrr.< oo bal.
'  - ��ection 6.    Price
���Church Services
.r:;:\-.
i
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REV r ��  KERB. SI A
THE   f:h.��t   PAPT1.*7   CHVRCH
Mtabor CIKTKI OT.
I
a- . -   --���.
:��� ���   -
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REV   _���  H  v     ���
If it's news, you will find it in
The Daily News
'���"   H   0 -" CHVRCfl
arrwux ctaraier   .^
lent ���
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'       Bt> P,*j,K
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Jo.rtay       w__.
TiiERE Is ll    ���  rrasir.fr demand  for
��� .���      :?*�� and spaitmeots.
-���'.   ' ��� ;       ���-������_-.;>: -.-*.-
Im vacant st anytime ���  I
r future s -��� them -.v.-.r. us at
.- �����> :.;���.��������� msnjr demands bjrmail
  -  ���  seeurequkrt-
time tbey arrive here.
I  AM ���       r. as to the
*  pern meat rshes of real -a-ta:.- Ir
'    s Rupart for    rests int.    To all
is! itati that any
;.       -��� ���    -      .-   ; -. ..    ���
are   a  good    investment.
but I adrtse mjr       ���- art. rtt��:r-
���-    - 'a-.    . ��� -._      ���'������_:���:
at
l��low present market quotal
Wr
11 vestments goo! pro| ��r ...�� at from 20 to 40
��� low the market by careful
watehll _ of ���'. . '...tior.s and chances
r statT. If y, i h_\e caah for investment and aro looking for real bargains call in and talk it over. 1 can
show you how lo make quick profits.
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Tike ncliu thlt Uoo. H. Un
ll. C. aetupauoo barber, nu
(vnriauoa hi purcbau tu lowaar.r.{   :,
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LAVCHLAN JUHN SHAKAHAM
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���   . Larl DUtriet���Diltntt ot Crut Rarje 5
Taie retire that Lettie McTa-��r ot Vareca-.ver.
.  cerupation  tr.irm*!  a_*_***.   -t��r.di to
'.r  ferrr.aaiori  to  purthaie SM  tolloair^
ieunbe^ ta-ii
Cotr.tr*rc;-.f at  a poet i'i-'-i  it  thi ncr>-
a����t er.rret luO efca,r.i eait aid 31" claira nortr.
������.-eait ecrrer ot Lot  :     ���    Har
Surrey, Coait L.W.net.Ranfe S.ther.u 20 chairs    **.-:.   a��^t  -.- chaini.  ther.ce  *
r.    "������ ���-��� e eait chaini to point ot e
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AaUM, ther.ce eut *0 ehurj
Datad Ntareh IT, llll.
Pub. Aonl a. Sur .
 . Lani DtttrUt-DllU
that I R .- - 11
l'..-.*--. I C*t**m*ttmlatorei
i > '.  ��� i errr.iiaion to purchue the '.
���     ~rA..
���:ir.t it ��� r->at piloted  tr--
* Ir an easterly aiirect
r Nau.River where the Lara L*>' tia
In a najrther.a
t��_\ Lava Lake trail, ther.ar
*  -���-    tr.eree ?0 chair.i eut. thence SO era
���   -���    ther.ce *i* chain weat. thenee *?.��� et-.TA | rvntAjon? ->a acr*a.
H*t_ ���   '.ra^a-  Iai-;   tSlMi   ���    _____ a   "���     '   ***. ****** *t* cr.air.i writ to put ot coasamec* t Pate_F��b. S, llll.
nerce   H  cia.ii  eait.   --e-c^   I     |
the5�� M eia.ii ae^ to ;.:ar.t d :
>-; e.   :i- zi -.���. acre* .-.:-��� :r '."���.
larei \!a-c- IT. :.-'.'. FRANK LEVICK
:-:   *m " - a twraen. Area
ce-fr.t. ccr.ta.n-f ���*.-<! acne trrn rr Ilea.
Dated Ma-. I, IHI. LOTTIE McTavish
Pab. Ilu ��� Fred W. Berber. Afen:
>����na Lar.l Dutrict���Dwtrict ot Cout F.a
Take notiu that Once McTi. uh. cf Vancouver.
B. C -. oeetipation mar.-wd acer.a-.,
for permlmon to purchue the fc'j��a.-aj
lani:
Pib Mar. 1 I
BOLC'V.v
J.<��t r I
 -a Lani '..utrict  -DK1
Take  notloa that   I. Jan.e-   ���
Stowtrt. B.C.. oerupilion    luc
ipply tor permuwion to   purchue  :*'
^cunbed landa
.     1!    1    pO��t    p'u     ���
bank ol the Nau river about       ���
rawrl Ur.j DIM*���___*.- :! Cout
Take r.c'.xe tnat Fred W. BoMai c! Krti-Jnj-
��� a.-     ceupal   -  fa.��� .-    ���-.-..  h ,ppij. fori    Cotnmer.cirt at a peat p'arted at the ��: .-�����.��    Ibeiorki ol tfco Naai'riewe ttaau��
-*_*****  M  Pmttmm**  the toUowlr, iSmi-i   oorru 100 chUn. e-t __i M*e*. ��� \..:'-. c".r, "kiSe
M * i p�� pimted  .-.  ,he nonh-    ^^flStlT^^Lf',Vj��h. '
A. *.l:_m.: ��� ���-.- ^
��� - -���-. th��t�� 1( r-i.-i eut. therce 20
1 ���'   -    -       IIUBl  I      --airu   au!   te   p*   c!
cooaMficoooot eoctaimni 20 aeru xorv or leaa.
la-.e: April '.3, 1*11. FRIEDRICH ��\ BOHLER
Fred Harr.ptor.. Arent
���
C_~*  Hi?'**  _*____*'.____* .'     V'"' "" '��� ��� i ' I'.'acre, more or lew.
��� .,-~.   ..    --,    .   MOtfc. the-.ce  �����.���  ri-.  ��. ��� ;\MFS Wf '-
Uer.ee ��0 chairj uuth to pert c( cooirr.er.eecr..r.t Ditod March 2��   I'll    Frarv -
coctairir.j320ieruraoreorl��u. .,'..-      	
r^.^. vi... a,   aa,, r.t, .r*r   ,t......... ��� *..,  * ������
**%:.) May 2. 1911
Pub. May ��.
grace McTavish
Fred W  Bohler. Aient
BkMM Unl Dvrtrr.-Diitr.ct ot Cout Rir.fe 5
Tau :��iu teat I. Uonei Kiafatey o! Vancouver.   B.  C.  occupation   tair^r.  intend   to  apejy
��� ���.aeon to purchue the (ctoair.f deunbec
' - MMtM at a poat p^-.te.t near the eoutb-
M coerce *fU____*t Ra-j. S. Cook Dutrict
tkoau ��ot *'3 ohairj. therce aouth W chaini.
ther.ce eai: ��a) tb_ir_. :_,_.��� ront M chfc     ,
K. ....... ..
o. l*1.11"^ **��� **'���*���       UONEL K1NOSLEY
Km*** Land lutnet���i -,*, -. ,, &_., rt,.-,.���
Skrer.l Und Dwtriet     :
Take - -.ice that I. CkarlH Fn  ���
al *:..r. B. C. oocupatk.- '
��� : . .   f.r  perrniuion  to pureha��  I"
.indi:
-er.cir.|   at   ���  put   plir.tr!
lank cl tbe Niu n.er ibout ta - ���
' ���������    *. the Niae river, thenu **><���*
.. tbe r��e-M~p.,'v��e    !f*r.ce iM  SC ehiir-. ihenee  r.-
.-eree   ������'  v-r.iirj  a--.   ������������       ... ���- chlir.i to poir.t ef c
thencia   V)   ehaina  eait,   thenar   .   . ���    . .-< *��u uru more or lesw.   .,..,.
to pwnt o( oomauouttent. .    .    ,::'   Dated March SS. ISU. CHAR1JW I
**t **.*> aeru   p^ M       .       f ^      w rf. ���   ..
MMM Land D.rtr.ct���Diitrict cf Cout Ran*. 5
TaVe notiee thai I. Flash Hleta cf Fen Eo-
���-.-. -.   oeeupatlon   mere-art.   a-.-enl   to   i-r:y
lor urmtarion to pMehaae .enbe.1
Cotcmeuiu at  ���  port   ;
ba-.k  o<  the  Eichuranki   f.. �����  a-1  iS<^t   lour
*���:'*. V.-. iti cor.'tueou
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Dl-ed Apt'21, 1*11
Pub. April 29
FRANK  HICKS i
Sat~'i La- '��� I*.*      ". '      ...
Take retire--a- ��     .     ��� ' Va-co*
'''""'���' ��' ��� *;.:.'   tor per-ni��ion'to  purehau
Jeremiah   H.   Kugler
lilted Mareh IT, 1911.
Pub. Apr. 7.
Rupen. B. C. eeeup.-. ���  .,...    SSfc���^5
___m~ttt&lm2Jtt*mri2__y  ^-rtr*"*-^*������
m*m*y   Creek   where   k   -_m_Z     *Ts_-_l   "
l��bce.   Ora-.-r   W.r...  :Y,r'x."ru.;.��r.  h"?
Skeer.a Und Dwtrict-Dutnct cf -
Tike nottu that I.  Hen*   Edoir   I",
tewir.  B.  C.  oeeupition  phuobu
'..   ._....���_..    ..    ...���*,__.   IM
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*,   2KJ1U  iSS? Sl iV-���'���   :*������-��������� A :*,   above  the  fork.,   ol  tbe   Nil     ���
-.   tbeue   tw   ��C   ,t_A_f    'r-_l^__m_t^-_1r-. *_mm\  *m***tmmj
thence aouth ��0 chainjTo t?ir^"^-0-^M-   '���'*'''  '      '
and eonuinin, IM tA^_*rm-'__7^***m*m   ******* .M *M*> oouth to par.
I r.ree ce 'mm. __........ ,
|    m o. cttmrn BSSsftr'tmT
Numa LUa^,, A��ut   !>���(,. Ua, S.
���    ���   '���-- "      '   commencement,   eoatainrs
lannMamuaat  more or leaa
*' rLii'4A��V!tTA'>'IS"   r'*,ri Mareh 23.
Frwi ft. Boh>r, Aieat   Pvb May IT.
BERT1F edwiV.'.   if
It.  Frank Sainev ��   . THE   DAILY    NEWS
Rain
Coats
are always in season, are
always a subject of interest and you will find some
very interesting Raincoat
subjects in the new "Oiled
Silk" line just in, These
coats ate remarkably light
(weighing 23 ounces) very
pliable, and absolutely
waterproof. They have
just recently been introduced in Canada, though
worn in other parts of the
world with great satisfaction for years. We have
them in all sizes for men
and can get them in a few
days for the ladies who
wish to order ahead.
Sloan & Company, Clothiers
SIXTH STREET
PHONE 297
DEMOCRACY  IN   ACTION
A Brief but Valuable Article by Francis Marshall Elliot
In 11)02 the city <>f l.os Angeles
secured a charter embodying the
Initiative, Referendum and Right
ol Rei ill.
Among the various measures
m 1'iiilt.il t" popular vote under
these provisions the following are
"! special interest:
Protecting Citizens' Lives
I l"n7. ihe city council .having
refused to p.iss an ordinance compelling tlie street railway companies properly to equip their cars
Willi   efficient   fenders,   although
the mortality and accidents caused
by the street cars of Los Angeles
were far greater proportionally
than those of any other city in
the world ,the people framed a
tender ordinance, and went before
the council with a petition sufficiently large to compel a special
election.
The council, seeing that the
people were determined to protect
their lives, grudgingly passed the
desired ordinance and thc cars
were promptly equipped with fenders, and these fenders in the two
years of their use have picked up
two hundred people, practically
unhurt, who would otherwise have
been maimed for life or killed
outright.
Franchises were Saved
In 1908, the city council, in
defiance of a decision of the
decision of the Supreme Court
of the state and against the advice
of the city attorney, and over the
protest of a great number of
voters, sold for SfiOO a street
railway franchise worth several
hundred  thousand dollars.
The people ai once secured the
necessary 7 per cent referendum
petition to vein ihe action nf the
council and refer ihe matter in
;,. decision of the voters al the next
general election, which was held
in December, L000, .'i il resulted
in the overwhelming defeat nf
tlie proposed sale, ihe majority
against ii being more than 5,000
o.it of a total vote of 2,r),U00.
The cost of this action mi ihe pari
of the people was exactlj twenty
dollars.
In 1(108, the ein council, at
the behest of ihe Btrcel railway
corporations, grained ,, franchise
to the agents of these companies
which was known is the "River
Bed Franchise." This franchise
was exceedingly valuable, worth
at granting at thc least calculation
a million dollars, as it controlled
the only right ol way for ingress
and egress to the ein for competing lines of railroad, ilnis assuring
present corporators an absolute
monopoly of transportation within
the city for all time tn come.
The franchise was granted without debate and without imice to
the public, in the hope of catching
the people napping, Hut knowledge of its secrei passage soon
spread abroad ;:i d aroused the
most intense exeilenient.
Not only was a referendum
petition at once inaugurated, but
the irate constituencies of the
recalcitrant council commenced the
circulation of Recall petitions for
every member of that body.
At once the council became
alarmed and as swiftly as they had
enacted the ordinance, they shamefacedly repealed it, aud thus saved
their political lives by the very
narrowest of margins.
Result, a saving lo ihe city of
at least a million dollars, and
what was of vastly more significance was the lesson to thc
council that they w ere the servants
and not the masters of the people.
In 1909, the cily council passed
an ordinance permitting the telephone companies to raise their
rales to their patrons in the city.
At once the people invoked the
Referendum and al the general
election i'i December, 100!), the
ordinance was defeated by a large
majority of the popular vote.
S. A. CITADEL WAS
PACKED TO DOORS
Ensign Johnstone and His Helpers   Have   Scored   Another
Wilh   lhe   brightly  lighted   hall
in the Citadel packed in the doors
ihe Salvation Army concert last
night was another splendid success.
The   long   and   pleasantly   varied
programme nf snugs, recitations
.ii il instrumental music went
through in swinging style, end
the encouragii g personality of Ensign Johnstont pervaded the whole
of his own staff and all his willing
assistants. It overflowed In thc
audience also and everyone enjoyed die concert up to the limit.
Very  effective  indeed  were   ihe
four different picturesque varieties
of drill performed by Lieutenant
Wright's pupils. Sash Drill, Flag
Drill. Dumb-bell, and Indian Club
Drill exhibitions were all cleverly
carried nut, and very much appreciated. Lieutenant Wright, herself a graceful exponent of the
pretty exercises she teaches the
children, deserves great credit for
her training of them.
Mayor Manson presided over
the gathering, and the presence
of Mi>r. E. A. Froud as accompanist
was much appreciated both by the
audience and those taking pari in
tlie programme.
A Strange Death
Eoy Was Frozen to Death in a
Car of Oranges
Pasadena. Cal., May 20. Fred
Peck, son of William Peck of
Maicellus, X. Y., was taken out
of an iced car of oranges at Canadian, Texas, with his hands and
feet so badly fro/en lhal he will
die, according to word received
here today by relatives. I'eek
had been visiting an aunt in
Pasadena and told a friend that he
was going to sreal a ridi home in
a refrigerator car.
INSERT YOUR LAND PURCHASE
NOTICES IN THE
NEWS
A BROKEN NECK
IS NO HINDRANCE
Walter E. Duryea Lived Twelve
Years and Made a Fortune-
New York, Max '_'().    Waller E,
Duryea, who lived almost a do/en
I years wiih a broken neck, is de. d
at his home here today in his 1-1 ih
year.     Duryea   broke   his   neck
in August,  1899, by jumpirg    i
ihe t '.t^ii o at  t ilencove, Iai di g
in the sand on his head in three
feet ol water.
After spending ten months in
a hospital Duryea recovered his
faculties to bucIi an extent thai
by shrewd ij vestment he increas id
aboul 1800,000 which he inherited
frnm his father to $2,500,000,
DYNAMITE~~
DAINTY WEAR
Prince Rupert Girls May Perhaps Explode
DETONATING RIBBONS
Better Call Fire* When a Pretty Girl Passes and When She
Has Passed Sing Out "All
Over."
Prince Rupert girls who dread
being hurt by a blast fired in
tlu* Btreet-grading, and who go
cautiously accordingly, may be
the unsuspecting wearers of gun
cotton ribbons and exploitive waists
iable to blow up at any moment,
is a startling possibility jusl brough
ih a startling possibility just
brought to light. Nor is the masculine Bex immune from the danger
since MH*ks and lies may likewise
be articles of destruction. This
unsuspected cor di tion of affairs
has been discovered through a
protest recently filed against tlie
manufacture of artificial silk from
cellulose, in which it appears that
there is a possibility that almost
any article <>f wearing apparel
made l<> imitate real .silk may
actually be explosive, There are
several processes by which it appears according lo tlie protest by
which artificial silk is produced
from cellulose.
-AND  KJUUIASK NOTICK
Stikino Lund District    l>isiriot uf Casniur
Taki- notice thut t hrtltian A. TwVO of Stikine,
11   (... occuimtinti ciiHtuniH ollitvr. Intudl tO npply
[ur pvmtnloa ta purobuo tin- (oUowmg dMcrlwd
lund:
ti iniiiincjiiK ut u put plantvd ibout thrw-
quartan ��f u mill north east from Qlaotar Kiiiio
und un tha aaat bank ol Btlklne EUvar und on the
���outh ��ide uf tho month uf u little creek, thencu
oust -lit chuins, thence nurth 4U chuinti, ihence
woat 40 chuinn. thence snuth IU chuins to point
uf commencement uml contuining; HiU ucrea mon1
ur MM.
Dated Fab. io, nm. CHRISTIAN A. TERVO
I'uh. April 7.
Bkaana Land Dlitriot District ol Quaan Churlotte
lalandi
Tuke notlOl ihut .1. H. .Miirphy.uf Vuncouver.
it. C*i occuputiun comtm-rciul traveller, Intandi
to ujiiiiy fur pMrmlaaton to purohan the following
daeeribotl landai
( ommencinK ut u posl plunted uhout HVin
milen wettt .tnd one mile Miuth from the mouth
ol Stanly Creak, Naden Harbor, thonoe north mo
ehalni, thence weat iu ohaina, thence nouth ao
ehaina, ihence eust hi c inn.
Datod Murch 17. mil. J. II. MURPHY
I'uh. April -li. Numu Daman, AKent
Bkeena Land Dlitriot   Dlitrtot ofCaariar
Taka notloi that 1. Mary Carta ol Btewart,
H. i ., occupution married udmiuii, intend to apply
for jiermisHum to purcluiMc the following dettcriboii
lund:
Commencinu ut n pust plunted twu t'J) milen
wiuth und t\l) two miles west uf the lurk* of the
White uml Plat rivers, thenee HO chuinn north,
ihence 80 chnins west, thence SO chuins MUth,
thence NU chuitiH eust.
Duted April 'JO, li��U. MAKY ('AKIN
Pub. Mu> IU. FruncU S. Predion, Agent
Bkeena Land District   District of Caaatar
Tuke notice ihut 1. Juhn Unwin uf Prince
Kupert li. C. occupution Inhurer, intend to unply
fur apannhrion to purchuse the following described
lunds:
Comtnenolng at u pust plunted uhout Q) two
miles south  ol  lhe   furks of  the   White und   Flut
rivers,   thenw   MUth   M)  cliuins.   thence  eust   80
chuins,  thence  norlh   B0 ehaina,  thence  weat  80
chuins.
Duted April 18. 11*11. JtHIN  I'NWIN
Pub, Muy Kl. Praneli s. Preeton, Agtnt
Skeenu Land District     District ol Cussiur
Tuke notice that i, Alfred  Herrymun \\ illiumu
of  I'rince   Uupert,   li.  ('.,  occuputiun   merchunt
intend   in   upply   fur  permission   to  purchuse   the
fuiiuwinK daaonbad lunds: *
CommencinK ut u post plunted uhout (2) two
mill* lOUth of the forks nf the White und Flat
river j, thence SO chuins south, thence 80 chuins
wnt, ihence SU chnins north, thenci- SO chaina
east.
Al    KKD   IlKKKYMAN   WILLIAMS
Dated April 18. 11(11.      Praneli S. Preston, AKent
Pub. May 18.
Skeenu Lund District     District of Cassiar
Tuke  nutice  thul   1,   Isuuc  O'llricn   Forlnw  nl
Prince Kupert, It. ('., occuputiun carpenter, intend
to apply (or permission to purchuse the fullowing
descrilied lunds:
CommencinK ut u post plunted uhuut tiv milcse
���outh and one mile wmt of the Turku of iheW hit*
auil Flat rivers, thence north 80 chaint*. thence
wwt 80 chains, thence nouth 80 cliains. thence
eusl 8U chains.
Datad April 18, mn. ISAAC O'BRIEN PORBBS
Pub. Muy 13. Francis S. Preston, Agent
Skeena Lund District���District ol ('oast KunKe 5
Tuke nol C0 thut Murdock Mcltueof Vuncouver
II. (*., occupation rval estate broker, intend* to
upply fur permUsion t- purchnse the foltowini.
dchcrihed lands:
CommencinK ut u oc*t planted <n ihe . n ri
bunk of Kxrhumsik- river ubeut live miles from
it* confluence with the Skeenu river, thencc 40
chains west, thence Uu chains north, thence -10
chains west, thenci' 40 chains north, thenci* 40
chains east, thenre 80 chuins soulh, thence 40
chains east, thence 40 chuins south to point of
commcnccmi'Tit. containinK ���'-" acres moro or lens
Uutcd April HI. 1911. MURDOCK  McKAK
Pub. May 13.
Skeona Land District-Distrift of Coast
Range f>
Take notice that 1,   Fret! Clarion,   of
Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation far-
Inter, intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described lamls:
Commencing at a poat plantetl at the
north east  corner of surveyed lot liW7,
Han^e 6, Coast distrirt, thence north 60
chuins to a slough; thenee west 28
chuins; tlience south (io chains; thence
east UH cliains to the point of commencement.
FRED. CARTON
Datetl February 26th, 1911
First Insertion Mar. ll
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Buy in New Towns and Make Money
Do a Little Thinking for Yourself
Buy in New Town, and Make Money
Wainwright   Watrous     Melville     Rivers
Wainwright is one ot the Divisional
Points on the Grand Trunk Pacific
Railway, and had its firm boom last
year when the steel of thc main line
ol the Transcontinental reached there.
It is grown and in still growing not
only because it is a town in which the
rnilway is directly interested, but clso
(or tha reason lhal. like Kllison on the
Skaana, it is a |mint where navigation
meets steel rails. There are still chances
01 getting ill on Wainwright or on one
of its tidditions, at a very low figures, and
saay terms of payment.
MAKE APPLICATION for
LOTS IN ANY
OF THE ABOVE
TOWNS TO EITHER
WATROUS, which ia thc Terminus of
the branch line of the Grand Trunk
Pacific and the next place of importance to Saskatoon, in the centre of a
rich prairie country and is also growing in fame as a health resort. Little
Maintain Lake is at Watrous, and the
healing power of this water is the wonder
of modern medical science. As it is
the cnly great medicinal mineral lake
in the Dominion, the railway is bound
to make it famous. There is still a
chance of planting B few dollars in this
townsite,  and  their rapid growth  and
MELVILLE resembles Chicago in "sitting at the gates of trade." The junction point of railways so important as
the Grand Trunk Pacific and Hudson
Bay railways must, in the natural
course of events, become an important
city. Now is the time to buy. The
prices for choice lots are extremely
low and the possibilities for profit practically unlimited. The purpose of the
(irand Trunk Pacific in offering these
lots so low is to encourage the upbuilding
of Melville, and thus create a market
for ils superb transportation facilities.
RIVERS is a divisional point between
Melville and Winnipeg, and it also luus
hopes of having branch connections,
one to join the Greut Northern at
Brandon, and the other to Regina. The
Grand Trunk Pacific purchased a large
townsite here with lhc prophetic belief that from its geographical position
as the centre of a great wheat growing
district, a large city would naturally
grow up at this point. And to encourage this growth the railway company is offering 1--ts at low prices and
very liberal terms of payment. Belter
call and see us about Rivers.
Do a Little Th inking for Yourself
Biggar
BIGGAR is one of the divisional |��)int��
on the Grand Trunk Pacific, and in
the company's yards there already
seven miles of trackage has been laid
and is in Ufa. The site is between
Watrous and Wainwright, and thc
town is named after W. II. Biggar.
general solicitor of lhe Grand Trunk
Pacific. It is not only on the main
line of the great transcontinental railway, but it also is the junction of the
branch lines of that railway to Battle-
ford and lo Calgary and the Winnipeg-
Edmonton branch of the Canadian
Pacific runs through the townsite.
Within the last few days we have
made several remittances on account
of lots purchased in Biggar.
crop is hound to be interesting.
LAND COMMISSIONER  GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC RAILWAY  COMPANY,  WINNIPEG,  MANITOBA,  OR
JEREMIAH H. KUGLER, Prince Rupert, B.C.
Buy in New Town* and Make Money
Ellison
ELLISON needs little to be said of it to
Prince Rupert people for the reason
that since navigation on the Skeena
opened a number of people have gone
there hy boat from Prince Rupert to
fir t look into the whole situation before investing. What they say of this
river porl and probabilities of its becoming a grea: railway city is tiie best
kind of advertising for local readers.
Those who desire to  invest  can do so
through the Land Commiasioner of the
Railway direct, through A. W. Bridg-
man. the company's agent for Ellison
in Victoria, or through .J. II. Kugler
of this city.
Make all checks and remittances payable lo G. U. Ry-
ley, Land Commissioner of
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway
ELLISON
ROGERS' ADDITION
SEALEY
Every Railway Town is a Money Maker.Think of the unearned increment attaching
to present dots on the route of the Great Transcontinental Railway that you know
are bound to become, in the next few years and under ordinary rules of Commercial
Development, populous, bustling cities. The railway does it. TRANSPORTATION
FACILITIES RAPIDLY INCREASE POPULATION. POPULATION RAPIDLY
INCREASES VALUES OF REALTY. Before the railway trunk highways and
navigable waterways decided the sites and were the builders of the great centres
of commerce and industry. The latter is still a mighty factor, and wherever navigable waters meet the steel highway THERE IS BOUND TO BE AN IMPORTANT
CITY. Thi. established fact is what mak.s ELLISON AND SEALEY TOWNSITES
so important from the investment standpoint. It must be remembered that Ellison
is the railway townsite in British Columbia in which the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway
Company is directly interested and is a joint owner. Sealey is situated on the Skeena
River and is a townsite within a townsite.    On its three sides the lots of Ellison
are divided from those of Sealey simply by the width of the streets; its fourth side
is the waterfront.    Sealey has already the nucleus of a business centre.  The shops
and supply warehouses of the great railway contractors,  Messrs.  Foley, WelchOv
Stewart are situated at this point, and it is the river port of the company's steamers.
A lusty payroll is a mighty factor in the building of a city. In a direct line from
Sealey through the heart of Ellison, and only seven blocks from the site of the railway station and the great freight yards, is ROGERS' ADDITION TO ELLISON.    Its
slight and gently sloping elevation makes it ideal for the residential section ofthe
City and Port of Ellison.    Investors have, therefore, a choice.    Lots in Ellison are
$250 for inside, and $350 for corners.    Sealey lots run from $200 to $375 according to
location.    Rogers' Addition lots are $150 for inside, and $250 for corners, with liberal
terms of payment.    A lot in any Grand Trunk City cannot fail to be a safe speculation
or a profitable permanent investment.
For Lots in Rogers' Addition to Ellison or Lots in Sealey, address: JEREMIAH H. KUGLER, "Uncle Jerry," Prince Rupert, B.C.
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FRESH FLOWERS
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THE  ARCTIC  STUDIO
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BARRA TO
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Madero Will Help Him  Tran-
quilize   Mexxico
ARMISTICE  HOLD
	
Peace Will not be Declared until   After   Barra   is   Placed   in
Office and   the   public   is    in
Order.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Juan/. M.i> 20. 11 was an-
nounccd today thai peace will
imi be officially declared or the
armistice al an end. Mexico until
Barra i> in office as President in
succession t" Francisco Madero,
tin- provisional prisidint. After
Barra ii appointed, Madero will
visit Mexico City, and then go and
,^>i>t in tin1 work "f tranquilising
the country and restoring order.
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Jeweller
BUILDING PERMITS
Total for the Week Comes to
$7,500
The building permits for the
wi'i'k arc:
Mitchel, Currie & Watt, 3 room
cottage on Eighth avenue, cost $300
Mitchel i\ Currie, residence on
Ninth avenue, cost $1,500.
Andrew Hanson, More in Section
5, cost $100.
Mrs. A. Gowen, cottage on
Second avenue, cost SHOO.
I. Levies, addition to house in
Section a. cost $200.
Mrs. A. Fillet, ii mom residence
nil ComOX avenue, COSl $1000.
Robert  Allison,  residence on
Fourth avenue, cost $1000.
Rolnrt McKay, residence on
l-.inhtli avenue, COS) $600.
J. Lorne MacLaren, residence
on Borden street, cost $2,500.
WANDERERS CLUB SMOKER
Open Night, and Male Concert
Proved a Great Success
STATE BALL
IN LONDON
Brilliant   Affair   in   Honor   of
German Monarchs
FIRST ONE GIVEN
The  Era  of Official     Mouring
for King Edward is Ended
Romance is Busy With Two
of the Royal Dancers.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London, May 20, The first
stale ball to bc held in the reign
nl KiiiK George took place last
night .it Buckingham Palace in
honor of the German Emperor and
Empress. It was a brilliant success, and worthy Of the great
occasion.
Principal among the guests was
the eh.liming only daughter ol
the German Emperor, for whose
entertainment the Court Ball was
largely commanded. Her attendance w.is of especial interest
owing to the likelihood of a Royal
betrothal of the charming princess
to the young Prince of Wales, who
was present and took part in the
festivities.
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In iheir club rooms last night
the Wanderers' Club held an open
evening and smoker. Invitations
wire extended to all members and
their friends, and a large gathering
enjoyed a well-planned evening's
entertainment
Music was contributed throughout thc evening by Gray's orchestra and song- h\ members of the
I Wanderers' Club, and several of
tin- favorite singers in I'rince Ru-
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SECOND  -  AVENUE .   ��moker lasted until nearly midnight
.md w.is voted altogether an un-
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FRED. STORK;
General Hardware
Builders' Hardware
Valvtt & Pipes     Oxford Stoves *
Grnnitcware      Tinware ���
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NEW PALACE ICE CREAM PARLOR
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STOKES  ICE  CREAM   USED
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Proprietor
Want Warships Built
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Vancouver, May 20. - The t !oun-
��� il of the Hoard of Trade ol Van-
��� om 11 have endorsed the resolution passed by the Victoria
Board "i IVadc, asking the Dominion Government to have it-
tvarshipa for the Pacific fleet constructed on the coast. The resolution u.i- wired to (Ittawa,
PRESENTATION  WAS  MADE
Mr. G. H. Griffin Honored by
His Friends on Daily News
An interesting presentation was
made in the office of the Daily
News last evening, when Mr.
('.. II. Griffin, of the mechanical
department was presented with a
leather (ravelling bag, on the eve
of his departure on a three months'
holiday trip to the old country.
Mr. Griffin who has been three
years on the Coast, is a native of
Birmingham, England. During
his st.iy here, he has mad.- many
good friends, who wish him a
safe journey over the seas, a.ul a
safe journey hack again. The
many practical uses to which a
leather lug can be put to by a
traveller, were pointed out to
him. by soma- of the experienced
travellers on the stall. Mr. (iriffin
will leave for the South by the
Prim ess May on Monday morning,
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CANNERY OWNER
KILLED BY GUN
Mr. Chas. Lord of Ladner Meets
Accidental Death
Tim nigh the acciden tad discharge
of a rifle, Mr. Charles Lord of
Ladner, was almost instantly killed
on Tuesday evening. 11 is belli vul
that the k"11 caught in his clothes
and was discharged. The accident occurred in a small shack
tear Ladner, and the only person
with him at the time was William
Simms, better known as "Miner
Bill."
The deceased was well known
throughout the distriet and was
considered one of tin best cannery
men on the coast, and had been ill
the hiisiiaess for a number of years
in the vicinity of Ladner. lie was
almut 15 years ol age and leaves
,t uiiliav, ,u d seven children.
5th Ave. Acron from Ho.pital
$700--Handles a splendid lut
One of the best in ��ec-
tion 6.    Price $1400.
$175���Cash handles B Bne lot
on 10th Ave., eection
8, right off Conrad St..
Priee $350.
Noar Slh Ave. and Emliicinon l'l""'
$300-Cash handles one ol the
best buys in the city,
right on the hill where
nearly all of the I"'*1
residences have been
built, a pretty sit.' and
very cheap. ."?11<K>.
5th Ave., Near liaa ...... 1 ''!���" ���',
$200.00-Down on a $400 1"'
near Seal Cove, splendid investment well located.
Cor. 5th Ave. and Imanuel Place
$500-Cash handles this double
corner. The Cold Storage Plant has made
corner one of the best
buys in town, as an investment it is t;i It-
edge, and $100 below
market, $1000.
Cheap Rent Butineta Quarter.
Per Month will rent a
building26x40 near Unl
and 6th Sts..   suitable
for warehouse, carpenter shop, plumbing or
tinsmith.
Houaton ii Ihe Place for You
$50 to $400 a lot will place you
in on this new Grand Trunk
townsite located in the
centre of Pleasant Valley,
which is the cream of the
Hulk lev Valley.
Keal Estate and Insurance
Third Ave.
HaallS,'
- Fifth Av.'.
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H."F.'MoR��4Co.
,.����� T.room houie on Ambroee Ave., psrtta f"r"
ntahedLrent W    App^on \�����>**��* "' Box 874'
Bulkier Block
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Hmiu furnished f..r hoiuekeeplnaj 2, r"""!,"'.f1l
"ir,m,.ai.; tack of rink.    Apply If��-Butier
Company.
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Nice, clean, t>ri>d" outside room*
a,tl. Ave., new Pulton.
| Ni.-,. furninhnl  rooms for ront.
�� ng House, Ind Ave., "������ur Molt.
Mny :l-lmo
Apply Drexel
Section 1
Lot 18, Block 'Jo. price 18800.00
Section 5
HEOO buy�� tWO  tine   level   lots   on   7th
*    Avenue.   Tormi of $600 cash and
balance easy.
Section 6
".-,,   block   7,   prlCJ    $1050
Plus is the best buy offered
TODAY
Fresh, Ripe Strawberries
New shipment from California
Fresh   Spring   Vegetables-all   kinds
from the gardens of Washington
Fruits and Groceries at popular pi
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' Bulkier Bloek. nour Kulton. MUm ^..^ f(i(.  Jf,0  cas|,  and   terms  of
Welter wanted stCentrsI BoteL
n���v Wanted.   Apply ��t Optimiat Ollice.
Lots 24 and 26, block. 7, pric
each.
on 6th Avenue.
This   is
i       ), block 7.   Price $1300.
a tine level   lot  on   tl.e   new plank
roadway on 4th Avenue.
Lots 20 ami 21, block 81, price $640
 i Good building lots on Sth Avenue on
the now roadway.
Ideal Provision House
Third Ave., near Sixth St.    l'|��� |nn
COMING EVENTS CAST THEIR SHADOWS BEFORE IHU
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Ir -itonml Onion, in the world.    Cull room
Empress Hotel.  I. t. Ksdlera.
$15 per month.
Farm Lands
The most interesting performance ever
held In  British  Columbia.      To
be held In the Empress Theatre
Empire Day, May 24
Don't mi9s this. Contest at 2 |..m.
GUPS AND MEDALS
on view at J. S. Gray & Son's  Jewelry
Store, Sixth St.   Phone No.  78 black.
TICKETS   -   50c AND 75c
on sale at theatre and at Gray'l .-.tore
in-, in
Wintod
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���,mK. Empress BoteL   L P. Itaflen
Board Wanted
WANTBD-Room nml boeri In private Unrijr
X.M.. Optimist Offlee.
HIU acres I.ukelse Valley,   18  per  acre
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16 OIH) acres at hraser Lake.
 .   4,000 acres at Decker Lake.
 "*"    -  8,000 acres In Bulkley Valley.
L'.ihki acres at Francois   Lake  on
terms.
Overseas Club Concert
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Resits nml Innmnce Gomneav. "lutr
The best   performance   ever  riven  in
the city.    Held in  Empress Theatre,
Moving Pictures at 7.30 p.m.
Concert ut K.00 p.m.   Sharp
FEATURE:   Tug of War
between  police,  Fire  Department and
Furl Grey's Rifles.
Also Amateur  Competition   for Child'
ren under 14 years of age-
horhood. I Silver Cup and Prizes on view at ,1. 8,
Frur room bouse with water.     $2n per Qray'a Jewelry   Store,   where  tickets
month. i can be had for Concert ut 60c, 76c, ���-!.,
vim: and i.ikk iNSUltANiK ulso from  members of Club.   Gray's
phone it* black.
For Rent
Three modern  houses  in  K��*>l1  neigh-
Clarmont Rooms
Located on Sixth Ave, near  Fulton
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Three to five mlnutec from centre of business district, Nlno-
tocn newly furnished roomi.
llaat end cold ureter, l.utl. nml
telephone. Newly furnished.
Under new nmnnKement.
INSPECTION
INVITED
Real Estate
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A rlnsslfio.1 n.lvorlisemenl is n ronl eslnlo ������.l^--
mnn. nnH <|oo^ not often count ennuirh to
OOUnt"  in the not re��ult.
$fi2S bees 70.ft doubts corner, seetiun S: Itnlnnee
eesr.R. F. M.-ltnoA Co. llS-tf
Mnko HO t* month with *S0(i.
M-IIno ft Co.
Good Views
McRae Bios., the leading st.i-
lioners and booksellers, etc., Sixth
street, ;ire showing some new local
view post cards of the Skeena
river that nre particularly good.
TIhm' eanls McRae Hros. have
had reproduced from sketches made
expressly for the C>. T. P. by Mr,
<���. I lorne Russell, Canada's most
[ famous landscape artist, who made
Northern 15. C. less than a year
,it;o. These cards arc beautifully
lithographed in colors and are
great for sending to friends at a
distance.   There are six different
i    ,. ,*     _ii_   e_.   ne | Household Goods.   Rooms to t��o let
VICWB    and    the    set    sells    lor    .';>      Kvjen. Tth Ave. nnd Tnylor St. n.
cents.    'Phone 7S Ked.
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Situations Wanted
A   elnislflecl   n.lverllsoment   Is n tireless work-
huntor-anf! sel.laam fnils.
Younirln.lv. thorouehlr domesticated, jned plnln
ro<.k    Applv Hox M.C.. Unity News Office.
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Bv experienced mnn nn.l wife ns 00.1k nn.l helper
In mlnlnf enmp or country hotel.    Ai.pl     a   '
T.. Optimist.
McCafferv & Gibbons dance
IHlVailCIT   M.   veiwuwsi-   What better wuy to close tl.e .lay tliiin
Renl Estate and Insurance -   Third Ave   i,v going to the Dunce itiveii   by  J.  S.
Gray ut Mclntyre  Hall after Concert
The Insurance People
KVKHY CLASS of INSl'HAS. I .    "lir ..III IIATKS
The Mack Really and Insurance Co.
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for three  persons.     Apply   Mrs.  Juno's.  Seot I
UM*.. unl Ave., between sth nn.l Pth St��.   M-tf
Private  Itoanl  DV  the  week  or  mioith.     Home
eookinu n speddty.   Miss B. M. Oleeeen. ^nl
Ave., between Tth nn.l Slh Sts.. phone 171. si'-1f
I nn.l Kulton St
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Tickets, Cents $1.00.
Ladlei 1 >.,
S. O. E. B. S.
Thr   !'tin��H>   Hii|��i*rt   I,**\--**,   Nu.   .11^.  BOBl  "f
BnfUad mwta Um flnrt ������'! third TuMdajri in
i-arh muulh in thf CwptfltOTI Mall, nl I p m
K. V. CLARK, BMh
P. Os Mux >1J. Prinw Ituprrt
Nrtrink.   H. P.
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NlMtMK yunni* m����n wnntnl t" Tt-nl 0MV f��rni��h-
���fti in thr Bulkley KonU Sth Av**.. nrnr Fulton.
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ni'nr Summit. Bft
Do away with this.     Patronize a white
laundry.    White labor only nt
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
The old original Royal 15-cent
Lunch, which was formerly on hair of tan shoes for thi
the Rupert Road has re-opened Scott, Froud & Co.  have
in tin1  Royal Hotel.     Entrance range of children's  sandan
off 6th street 111-118
Don't  forget  Id procure a good
21th.
a  Iiin
range of children's  sandals and
canvas goods.
BARGAINS
We have several   K'""' buys
sections  !,, 6, T anil K.
J.S.GR4Y&SON
Manufacturing Watchmakers, Jewel-
en, Opticians uml Engravers.
Dealers in Musicnl Instruments.
Sole  agents   for   the   Stanley  I'iano
and Players.
Sole   airents   for   Hewitt's    Rubber
Stamps.
Agents for the Victor (iramophones
ami records, of which we carry a full
line.
Headquarters for enamel souvenirs.
Whut you don't see in our windows
please "ask for.
We have been repeatedly  asked ter
Anti-Rheumatic rinRS.    We have  n..��'
a large stock on hand, Rold fllled,
any size.
Warning:   To Preserve Your Eyesight
Don't Miss this Chance
DR. INMAN
Consulting Eye Specialist
of Vancouver, is now at our store. H'
tits glasses for all complicated easel ol
defective vision. This is bis ipecislty;
don't fail to see him while he is here.
Satisfaction guaranteed.   Consultation
free.
If you want to save money bU]  your
Furniture of
J. F. MACDONALD'S
PUHNITURI STOKK. IMOMO ANKM'K.
NKAIt    McllHllli:
who is selliHK out his full slock regSW-
lesa of cost.
Sheens l.unal Ulslrlet-Oislrlrl of C *��l "��"��' '
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Tkkeeetles that Wm Leel f s..i���!������
<���rcuiiali.il, (iovernment (iiisnl. Intend
fir |i. rmi.m.in to tuirehsw the foil."
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PREMISES WILL BE TRANSFORMED INTO HANDSOME ARCADE, MAKING A  MECCA FOR SHOPPERS
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Reductions���To avoid moving much of our big stock it will be sold at Big Reductions
HEADQUARTERS FOR THOSE THINGS YOU NEED FOR YOUR HOME SUCH AS
Furniture, Cutlery,  Linoleum,  Grass Chairs,  Reed  and Rattan  Goods.   Best lines of Upholstered Couches, Arm
Chairs, Parlor Suites, Etc. Again we remind you of the story of the Early Bird
Specialties
All kinds of Glassware including a
New Shipment of
Cut Glass from the
factories in Pittsburg. All reduced
in prices.
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CORNER SIXTH STREET AND SECOND AVENUE       PHONE 62
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