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Array THE  WEATHER
Twenty-four hours  ending 5   a. m.,
May 17.
MAX   TKMI'. MIN. TUMP. UAH.        IN. KAIN
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The Daily News
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
NEXT MAILS
For .South
Prinee Kupert Friday, 8 a. r
Princess May.
FOR North
Thursday p. m.
VOL. 11.  NO. 110
Prince Rupert, B.C., Wednesday, May 17, 1911.
Price Five Cents
FPEAC
LLOYD-GEORGE TELLS
HOW THE MONEY GOES
Liberals Have Paid Off $130,000,000 from the National Debt in
Three Years---Have Inaugurated Old Age Pensions, Increased the Navy, the Civil Service, and Will Pay the Members of
the British House���Million and a Half for Coronation
London, May 17.- -An interesting statement was made in the
House "I Commons last night by
Mr. Lloyd-George showing how
the increased expenditure of $38,-
730,000 in the Budget is made up.
Where the Money Goes
Additions to the navy, the civil
service, and tlie <>ld age pensions
scheme accounted fur the greater
portion "i the increased expenditure, wliile th
of members will absorb 81,250,000.
The Coronation festivities will cost
another 81,500,000.
Claims a Triumph
Mr. Lloyd-George declared that
the fiscal Bystem had passed through a period of great stress and
exceptional strain wilh lustre. He
claimed a triumph for the system.
In addition to what they had done
done   for    the   people   to   relieve
c proposed payment Ithe pressure of want,  they had
during   the   three   years his
tenure of office paid off $11)0,000,-
01)0 from the National Debt But
since the Liberals came into office
they had reduced ii by $860,000,-
000.
Outlook is Good
He declared lhe. outlook is good.
Prospects were hopeful, and the
trade of thc country excellent.
Ho estimated the revenue for the
current year ai $980,580,000.
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| BASEBALL SCORES {
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Northwestern League
Vancouver 10, Seattle 0.
Tacoma 1, Victoria II.
Spokane, called in fifth inning.
No score.    Raining.
American   League
Si. Louis 4, Washington 0,
Cleveland 2, New York I.
Chicago li, Philadelphia 1.
Detroit 7, Boston 6.
National League
St. Louis 8, New York (>.
Cincinnati 11, Philadelphia I.
Brooklyn 8, Chicago 2
Pittsburg 11, Huston 7
Pacific Coast League
Oakland 11, San Francisco ii.
Vernon 5, Los Angeles 2.
Portland (>, Sacramento 0.   13
innings.
U. S. CRUISER HELPLESS
IN HARBOR AT CORDOVA
U.S.S. "Buffalo'' Has Not Coal Enough to Reach the Nearest
Coaling Station---Railroad Company Refuses to Give Cruiser
Any Coal---An Amusing Situation Arises in the Alaskan
Port Over the Coal Lands Mix-up.
idian Press Despatch!
It
Cordova, Alaska, May 17 ���
The United Slates cruiser. Buffalo,
is in the harbor of Cordova today,
unable to proceed .my further for
lack of coal for her bunkers.   She
is a rush order, on account of
troubles which are impending at
the mines at Nanaimo, B. C. This
is the ionly coal n the port.
He told the commander of the
cruiser ihat  the coal is required
is ill Sitka, 1,000 miles away.
Although there are hundreds
of square miles of coal beds at
hand, the order of the Government prevents it from being mined.
GIFT FOR HEALTH OFFICER I
New Westminster Re-imburses I
Him for  Loss   of   Practice
Owing io ihe prevalence of
contagious diseases in New Westminster during the iwo last months,
the health officer, Dr. Jones, had
i" devote his entire lime to city
iliiiie> ami neglect his private
prat lice,
As a recognition <>f his services,
���ml ii save the doctor from loss
lhc cit) council voted him a gift
df S.lllll.
THREE TRAWLERS COMING
Sir Geo.  Doughty   is   Sending
Three Boats from Grimsby
Tlie northern fishing Meet will
sum he augmented by three big
>!<mih trawlers which Sir Ceo.
Doughty ihe wealthy English fish
baron, is having outfitted at C.rims-
DJ inr service in these waters.
ll 18 said to be the intention of
vir i���a,,rg,- t��� enter the whaling
buancss. lie will investigate the
'"���i-tail herring industry .shortly,
""li lhc idea in mind of also entering into that business. lie
interested in fisheries in
England ami the North Sea, ami
operates many ships out of Grimsby.
Nr ( ieorge Doughty was a mem-
**** "i Un- party, headed by Presi-
11 Hays and other Grand Trunk
official* which visited Prince Ru-
N ewart lasl September.
iMTt
REGULAR RAIL SERVICE
UP RIVER NOW TO BEGIN
All Difficulty Will Soon be Overcome���Ballasting Going
on Rapidly -First Regular Train  Will be
Run to Kitselas Next Week
Early next week the first of a
regular service of trains will leave
for Kitselas with goods chiefly
for Messrs. Foley, Welch & Stewart. This is the beginning of the
real rivalry between the rail and
river services which will of course
result in a will for the railway.
General Superientendent Mehan
is able to state today that all
difficulty with the snow has been
finally conquered and the train
service promised by him for this
spring can now be inaugurated.
Immense Advantage
At the opening of what certainly promises lo lie the busiest
season yet for the up-river points,
the starling up of ihe rail service
to carry goods antl later, passengers regularly, is of immense
advantage, and will be appreciated
to the full by hundreds who have
been hoping for il since lhe first
promise of spring.
Ballasting  Rapidly
Since ihe difficulty which prevailed a month or two ago on
account of ihe exceptional accumulation of snow, has been
effectively overcome, Mr. Mehan
is able now  Io press on wilh  the
work of ballasting,    Two steam
shovels are being started al   lhe
big ballast pits, aud as many
gangs of men as ran be efficiently
worked in lhe mileage to be
ballasted are hard at work making
the track ready for ine
train set vice.
LOST  HALF A  MILLION
After Fifteen Months, the Spokane  Inland Herald  Quits
has applied for coal to the agent by the railroad for the trains, which
of lhe Copper River railraotl, bin  have mail contracts with the (J. S.
the application has been  refused,
lhe agent   slating   lhat   the 2,000
tons which arrived on the steamer
Edith from Canada for his company
government to fulfil, Tlie commander is at loss io know what
io ilo, ami has wired for instructions.    The nearest coalii g station
Tomorrow night the Kaien Islaiul Club will give a dance, open
to club members and their ladies
only, dray's orchestra will provide the music and the dance
commences at nine o'clock.
Spokane, May 17.���After a stormy career of fifteen months, during
which S">0(),000 was spent on it,
lhe Inland Jlerald of Spokane has
suspended publication. The In-'
land Herald was started as an
evening publication. Talent was
engaged at fat salaries ami the
people of Spokane .ind Washington
as will as newspapermen of the
coast expected wonderful results.
But the pep.tr failed to make
good with the people. 11 was
elaborately equipped in every de-
McMANIGAL CONFESSES
TO SIXTY-NINE OUTRAGES
Man on Trial at Los Angeles for Blowing up the Times
Building Tells Strange Tell   Says Building Was
Blown up by Aid  of  a  Time  Clock
LAUDER BEATS MERINO
Calgary Pug is Victor in Match
at Winnipeg
(Canadian I'ress Despatch)
Winnipeg, May 17.���Billy Lauder of Calgary, got   lhe best of a
fifteen   roui d   bout   with   Eddie
Merii o of Seattle, here last night.
DISCUSS THEIR DOOM
Veto   Bill   Reaches   House   of
Lords    Passes First Reading
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London, May 17.���The bill to
veto the power of the House of
Lords was introduced in the I louse
of Lords last evening, ll passed
its lirst reading without comment.
(Canadian Press Despatch)      'McNamara alone dynamited the
Los Angeles, Cal.,  May  17.     |.���s Angeles  Times building, and
That  a   "confession,"   made  by ���,.���  ll)(. ���llu.r BU8pcct8i t-ap,.in
(Irtie McMauig.il is in the hands of i      ,..,., ,
...... i-    i    ��� i and   Schmidt,   were   not   in    Los
������������,.,,,     . ,    .   ,      .    ...      District  Attorney  Fredencks,   io
regular|par,mw���-  mechanical and cd,,,r- ^ r ^ ^ Angdes at the time, having only
���a.    Its foreign home an,   spmal dynamiting  of   the ac,��l as .tn accomplice in securing
telegraphic  service was  the  best _, ..... T   , , .
I lines building, was made known   lhe necessary dynamite Irom   the
Ils high salaried stall turned out.
high-salaried work, but the "work"'
GOOD
NEWS   FROM
ITOBA
MANI
did not reach the soul of the
people. Iis etlitorial utterances
fell on unresponsive ears.
LAND ORDER
IS MODIFIED
Won't Apply Where a Deposit
Has Been Made
WILL AFFECT MANY
'Two stenographers, under Fred-
Giant Powder plant   McManigal
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ declared   that   James   McNamara
cricks personal three.,..,,, today wa> actua,|y ������ ��� train f((Ur ,]ours
made five epics ol thc confession i||||sidc ((f s.m ,,ram,S(,, when
in which McManigal alleged that.,,,,. Tima t.xl)|()si(II1 occurred, but
RAPID BRIDGE BUILDER
HAS ARRIVED FOR G.T.P.
Latest Improved Track  Pile  Driver  for Trestle Construction Landed This Afternoon���New Locomotive and Rolling Stock Arrive Today
Warm Rains are Falling    Prospects for Record Crop Good
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Winnipeg, May I".    Warm rains
are falling all  over  the west  last
night.  (lond!dons were never more
ideal for a record crop.
CITY   SOLICITOR   ARRIVES
sixty-nine dynamiting jobs, involving properly damage of 84,-
000,0011, hatl been performed since
1909.
McManigal declared that James
You can gel many things free
with the money you save when
buying shoes from Scott, Froud iS:
Co., TliirdSvcnuc.
. "i�� morning the barge Georg-
** arrived from Vancouver with
"interesting consignment of new
J""* stuck for ihe ('.rand Trunk
' '   railway.     An   important
,( the consignment is one of
".' "Wesl   improved   track   pile
|'"V'V   the very latest  modern
"ivance for rapid railway con-
truction.
Svvift Bridge Builder
F. Peters, K. C, Previously Attorney   General
By the I'rince Ruperl today
there arrived the newly appointed
City Solicitor for  I'rince Ruperl,
Order in Council Raising the
Price of Crown Lands Will
Not be Enforced Where Purchaser Has Made Deposit.
(Canadian I'ress Despatch)
Victoria, May 17.By an order*
ill-council approved by the lieutenant-governor today the enunciated policy of the Provincial
Government with respect to the
recent   doubling  of   the  prices  of
firsi and second class crown lands
throughout British Columbia has
been modified to the extent that
it will not be held applicable
to lands applied for an upon which
CRICKET  IN  ENGLAND
M. C. C. Beat Hampshire    Big
Win for Lanarkshire
London, May 17. M. C. C.
bcai Hampshire today by one
wicket. Lanarkshire beat Northampton by 24H runs.
Mr. F. Peters._ Mr. Peters is a | ,|���. required deposits of fifty cents
member of the English bar, and is
well known throughout B. C. Hc
was formerly a Premier antl Attorney General for Prince Kdward
per acre had boon paid prior to
the decision arrived at  in respect
to the increase of price.
'The   order-iii-council   reads   88
Islaiul, and came to B. C. in 1896 follow
""' new   machine  is  a   steam
""driver mounted on a specially
'Ii'j'i";l";'"'l car adaptetl  for run-
goui trestles, and similar state-
,11''" '" the building of a railway
. ''  is a  fast
'* in  fact one of  the latesl Icon
appliances useil by engineers for
the construction of bridges in a
hurry. Its arrival for use at ihis
end of the G. T. P. means a great
deal to Prince Kuperi.
More Rolling Stock
Eleven box cars, and one locomotive also arrived by the barge
today. 'The cars will be Used in
the rail service Up river to be
Inaugurated   next   week,   and   the
locomotive is the firsl of half a
dozen which are coining. The
rest    of    the   engines   are   to   be
brought up by the b.ugc on Iwr
next trip. The rolling slock \ xi
unloaded  this afternoon, and  uio
as Chief Council for Greai Britain
in the Behring Sea Arbitration
between the United States and
Greai Britain.   In 1898 he returned
to B. C. and has practised since
then both in Victoria ami Vancouver, lit: has a wide experience
of legal work in this province, and
is well versed iu matters municipal.
nidge builder|Georgian returns ,u once to Van-
ver for the other rolling stock.
The Terrible Accidents in the
First avenue cut last Saturday
and on the G. T. P. line yesterday
and the "could be" accident in thc
cut on Fifth street last Monday
should be a very strong suggestion
to you lo taki; out an Accident
insurance Policy al once. John
Dybhavn in the Exchange Block
is writing them on low premiums, 2t
HE IS WELL KNOWN
this was made possible by the clock
which was attached to the bombs.
John McNamara knew lhe value
of ihe time clock dynamiting plan,
ami urged the use of this device
on all occasions, according to the
confession. McManigal declared
John always pointed out iii this
way the dynamiters could prove
an alibi.
McManigal asserted further that
he always got 82IM) in advance of
each   explosion,   antl   more   later,
sometimes bringing ihe total payments for a single explosion up to
11,000.
McManigal laid he went ahead
placing dynamite after he hatl
agreed to supply Detective Burns
with all the details of the plots he
was supposed lo be carrying oul.
Will Be a Good Concert
'To wind up the series of concerts which have been given during lhc winter at the Salvation
Army Citadel, there will be a
specially gootl concert on Friday
night. Along wilh the children's
drills and songs, there will be sonic
new adult talent introduced, "li
will be the best wc have ever
given," says Ensign Johnstone.
"That the onler-in-council approved on April 3, Hill, increasing
the minimum prices of firsl antl
second class lands from 85 ami
12,60 per acre respectively to SH)
and $"> per care respectively, shall
be held not to apply to applications
to purchase such various crown
lands which were received by the
assistant commissioner of laud on
or before April :i, l'.ill, antl with
respect   to   which   thc   required
deposit of fifty centa per acre
had been received by the said
Commissioners on or before April
8, l'.ill."
0. M. HelgerJBOn, Limited,have
several houses with bath for
rent.   Phone %. 106-tf
Captain Ceorge B. Roberison
of    the   Prime   Ceorge.   who   has
recently been appointed agent <>f
the Department of Marine at
Victoria has hatl a varied experience on Pacific Coast waters.
He came to Victoria from Scotland with his father. Captain II.
J. Robertson, of Moresby Island.
went to sea as a latl of fifteen on
a sealing schooner antl was a member of the ctew of the Agnes McDonald when lhat fast schooner
was wrecked on the Japanese coast.
Ile   began   "steam   boating"   antl
was quartermaster of the Islander     Winnipeg, May. 17 -ltwasloar
and later of the Danube.    He was I tied   here   last   night   lhal   Chief
second mate of the Princess Louise Commissioner  Chipman,  who  is
antl   became  chief  officer  on   the  to retire from   lhe service of   the
Danube.    Ile served as pilot  on I Hudson's  Bay  company   in   June
a number of C. I'. R. steamers, and  will be put in receipt of a pension
CRIMINAL NEGLIGENCE
Opinion of Jury at Vancouver
Electrical Disaster
(Canadian Press Despatch)
A verdict of criminal negligence
was brought in lasl night at the
inquest on the two mini killed by
coining in contact wilh a live wire
on Robson street. The jury ditl
nol attempt the task of naming
the rcponsiblc parly, but saitl they
would leave il to the police authorities to attach lhe blame to
whoever was responsible
PENSION FOR THE ONE
PRISON FOR THE OTHER
A Vivid Contrast on the Rewards and Punishments of
Life as They Come in Over the Telegraph
Wires From All Parts of Earth
became master of the Queen ' ity
which command he left  t<> tako
charge of the I '������ T. P. liner, Prim c
Ceorge. Ile has been twenty
years at sea in B. C. waleis.
The Women's Council of New
Westminster has taken up the
question of cleaning the city's
streets.     They   want   it   made   a
punishable offence to have sanitary
for life of 126,000 a year.
Vancouver,    May    17. Charles
W.    Jennings,    Presidenl of    lhe
defunct   Hudson's   Bay Mutual
Fire Insurance company was sentenced to five years in the penitentiary today. 'The sentence
camt
New Lighthouse Sites
'The Steamer Newington, of the
marine department is on her way
to  Prince  Rupert  bringing H. C.
Killcn,   resident   engineer   to   the
west   coast,   Prince   Rupert   and
Queen   Charlotte   Islands.     Sites
will   be   survived   for   lirst   order
lighthouses at Langara and Soland-
er Islands.
That Vancouver Weather I
\gain  last   night, owing  to the
is a climax  to one of  the I weather at Vancouver, the Dom-
grcalest trials concerning swindling union   astronomers  here  at   work
ever held here.    Jennings made a on calculating the longitude, had
conditions disregarded In certain I tearful plea for mercy but without I to  postpone   their  observations
parts of the cily. vail. | lt was raining down south. THE    DAILY   NEWS
The Daily News
Formerly The _��rince Rupert Opiimist
Published by th. Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
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Prince Rupert, B.C.
"The newspaper, with the law, should assume tht accused innocent
until proven guilty; should be the friend, not the enemy of the
general puhlic; the defender, not the invader of private life and
the assailant of personal character, lt should he, as it were, a
keeper of the puhlic conscience." ���Henry Watterson.
Daily Edition.
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables Second Ave.
MUSINGS
=BY MACK-=
townsite stretched out below  you   fhoonn
in   the  darkness.    Look  at   thc IpJ^UO
Ii is at night that you notice
ii most. Climb up to some ol
the vantage points of our city.
Stand still and let your eyes sweep
around   the whole extent  of  the| _^^^^^^^^^^^
Buys 160 acres of Fruit
and Vegetable land at Kit-
twinkling lights scattered here.|.el��. Half mile from Railway. Fine
there, and everywhere in valle) -���������������� iM-****'
and on rising ground far and near * * n*jr Buyi 75 l-s acres of Fruit
livery light tells of a home. Ever} $10/0 land at Kitselas. Hsll
home   tells  of  hearts  high  with mile from the Railway.
t7|)|)   Buys Rooming House on 3rd
ip/Uv   Ave.   Nine furnished rooms,
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE	
f,k, milieu Ihut I,    .'      ' ��� ,m.rri,.,l woman.
KBrtfSJ S�� I �� m* i*
J 'I'i ��lu��wd at north .**,**
���     '���'*''' "'.'".'" Z!'*i ju
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
tollowlni deeorlbed lind',
Commsneloi .**'
comer of T. CLol ;   -.���.,.,,,,
Ztltt, thsnos nortli W onsim
chuina*, thonoo wutn
nimcomont  oontslnl.nl
My   |taasl   |l   OS
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80 ohalni f plnoo "' oon>"
..'.a  acre,   mum  or   IM
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lor. murkeal lettero S
Um Ukolio, *i"����
l,f    COUt     Rlllf*      '
Dttod AprU 88 IBH'
Pub, Moy 13,
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Ida ,a( Skoono ilvo
west   111
ln*trict
BELL HALL KENNBV
John lluverty, AgUlt
Dlatriel ol Cialu.
Sa\av!aii I..eul lliptrlCl     ���_,_-
that  1. Jutne.  Dunlop uf l'rinc
Tuke notico
Ruport, B, C
applv   ler  pWI i
described Inn 1
eeupttion toamstor.
,������  i,a  purclis"'  Ihi
Intand lo
(oUowlng
Wednesday, May 17
WHY NOT A TOWN BAND?
On the 24th of May we are all to be entertained by a brass band
contest between the bands of the Indian tribes. Nine of them have
entered the contest, and the contest will be a good one. The Indians
of Northern Briti-h Columbia are musically inclined. One of the bands
indeed, once carried away the championship of the Province against
allcomers.   They will surprise those who have not heard them before.
"Music hath charms to soothe the Bavage breast," was probably
the thought in the mind of kev. John Duncan, the pioneer missionary
to the Indians.when he introduced the first set of instruments among
them. But from an aid to civilization, the Indian brass band has
become a potent source of entertainment to many, including the white
population.
This raises the suggestion  that  the institution of a town ban'
in Prince Rupert would be a very good move.    Many towns of only
a third the size of Prime Rupert are maintaining town bands.    We
have musical talent enough in town, and lots of need of a band all the
year round.
A^ a i'lrtn ol publicly endowed free entertainment, nothing more
acceptable than summer evening band concerts in Prince Rupert
can easily be thought of. Music is both entertainment and education,
an element of refinement and a source of general delight.
An appropriation from the city council to start a fund for the
purchase of instruments and music would meet with popular approval.
Why not a town band?
Windsor Hotel
nB8T AVENUE AT EIGHTH STREET
Newly  Furnished and
Steam Heated Roomi
A  FIRST   CLASS BAR   AND   DINING
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATES 50 CENTS AND  IP
BATHS   FREE   TO   GUESTS
hope,   throbbing  with a
warm living human interests    Hie
whole site of the city is
with a spirit of progress, gr< wth,
the spirit of a��� community strh    -
towards prosperity,  the spirit ol
Prince Rupert.
* �� * .
Down towards the wharves clusters of lights are gleaming, and
the streets where the work of
this never-resting city of ours i-
$250
all rented.    A snap.
"ASK UNCLE JERRY"
BUJTI store and House on tlie
main street at Kitselas.
iJCflA Buys Furniture and Lease
iJljUU for two yeara of Ter. Room
House.    Toilet anti bath.
(CHA ^as'' '=''rst payment on |4,-
ipOUU 201 Rooming House, '_:,x 100,
2 story and basement. Balance jiayj
alaie $100 monthly.
Ruys Furniture and 31-2 year
lease of  Rooming House in
section 1.   Rent $45 per month.
"ASK UNCLE JERRY"
tylQAA Cash buys 2 story Room*
<pl3UU In* House at Kitselas, 47
x 70.   Accommodates 30 people.
Per Acre.    155 1-4 acres, with
buildings included at Bracken*
deecribed im' in
Commencing ��' *t port pUntw ibout two mln
*t*\uh ol th' (orlu ai Uw Whin wmt Plat rlvwii
thsnoi   lorti �����' ohalnii tbonos wsst BQ clmina,
, uh &   i   I       tho 100 Mat hi' ctiuiiw.
Dated \:tnl 18, 191) JAMBS DUNLOP
Pub. Mm is, Francis s. Prsston( Auent
Skssns Lsnd Diatriet   District ol Cuant Ranis >'>
Tsko notiM ihst Annto MussaUsm ol Prinos
Rupert. !'' . ion married woman, Intsndi
to appl) I :" purchsss ths following
:���      .  i ;    .
 ������ ���*������. _
.i.*i Iratni N. **, enrner
"Commenciig at ��� l����t ptaw* �� ���jam t* thi
'��,     .    ,. ���..   ..,,,  Ir..in V I.. e.Tlier
Tu* \i ��� _ ��� '":r;v,
.     ,. chitaa, tliem-e nuth Jo
main", ii, ^  M  tkum%   ������._.������  nuth 10
"   containing 1-0
ul
Bkei'iiii l.unil Dlalrict-Diatrict nf P.
Tmkonotlo. thtt I. John McDonaldofi
linlaen. Il.l'., aaeeuputl,,,, hoUlltOTp,    ,   ���   ',""���*���
i,i,i,ly for parmlulon tu purohu. n,',.    ,'    '"
ilMirllMd limila: 'OHowlin
Commtnptni ��t�� poat i ��� i.:.,.-. 1 thru.
Imlf miles in un laitaterly QtMOtlotl fraiiu
aan Nine. Uiver where the l.avu *_._, .,.,., .   -:���������
uml une mile in n  northerly dlraotlon I      '''"'*
Utta l.uvn l.tiki, tl'llll. th, nee anuth eieliia "'a'
Ihenee west Nl  ehuina,   them orth fi t_i**
thenee euat Hll ehlllna tu point uf  Qommon _Z*   **
eunlainitm lilll uerea. iv.tn.nt,
DuteKeh. il, IUll. .ID1IN  Ml ln,�� ,, ,.
IMla.Mnrc.hlO. J���ae,,li ''.���'��!"! A*!^
BkMni l.unil Diatriet-Dlatrlet aaf (',.
Tuke notiee Ihul I An.lrvw Uumtnlnm ���f'v
oouver. H.C.. oeeuimtlon  ooolt,  inlei,J,   ,   __*$���
!..,��� i.ermiaaion to purehuae the followina &____*
,al lunila: awill.
Conuneneinir ut a poat  plantad  tine.'  mi
' ulf milea In un eusterly direetiun from tha   "'
,an Nnna Itiver where the Ijivn l.nke trim I.'."
neur the trull, tlience weat KOahain, thei mm,i!
U ohalni. thenee enst Sn ehuins,  them-,. ���,,,,'>'"'
ohaina fco point of commencement, .���..i,i.,i,.jT1.' T
neres. v '-**'
Data Pab, i. loll.
I'iiI,. Mur. 10.
ANNIE MlI8SALLBU
chair... tl.ei.ia 	
chunu to palm ��* eommanoamaal
tlr.    nor. or less.
Iial.a.1 May >, ll'll. 	
Pul. Ua) 13.
BkMM Land I llttjel    liu.tr.ct ot Casaiar
i ,,���   ,,,������,   thai  l. rhomai  UaHaaUn ���"
Priae Rutwrt, B. I . eccupaiioii clerk, Inland to
���ppl)   lot parmiuaion tu purchuse tha louowtm
.   , ;  lands: ���
.   dnl sl tt |K��l  planted ulajul two iiiUm
.outh ol thi   I ���'���- ��l 'he WWta uml Hal rivers,
orth .10 chains, ilienco eusl Ml chains,
$725
$50
mostly done, either l>y day or by
night, are brightly illuminated
Listen to the sound of distal I
hurrying feet on the echoing plankways. Every footfall i�� a Step
nearer to success. Look over the
wide, faintly luminous surface of
the harbor. There whit her roi
and green side-light-, her steady
white mast-head light, ;md per- ridge Landing, (mile 85.)
haps the broad beam of a search- * . q PerAcw. 422 acres in tlio
light Hung forward to guide her, $10 famous Lakelse Valley,
approaches a steamer. H.trk at ��r A Per Acre. Just a nice little
the hoarse boom of her >iren that $ D U fHrm 0f 80 acres. House anti
challenges the sleeping echoes of farm buildings included in acre price.
our encircling mountains. Each W mile from railway
blast is like a no:e of triumph,
the triumph of man over these
forest-clad crags  that have been
ANDREW itmmis,;,
Joaeph Balway, \...
Bltaau laind District -District ul Cuust It,,,,.... ,.
Tuku lintlcu thut Kdlth Alice C���,��,|'��� ,
IkleB, Vorkahin', Knitland, occupution ��,,,���,"
inlends tu upply for pcrinissjun t��� nunhu ,i
lollowinK al.-H-nl��j.l lunds:
Commencinii al u post planted ut th, h ih ...
corner ol surveynd lot lllllli, Itange :,. Coajl |i,
trict. ihence north ulonit the aaatariy llmll a,' __
suid lot 35 chaina more or leaa In "the .a,uil���,iv
limit  ol  LotlWaS. KunKuf.. caust ,li,.tr,r,   "i'i*
oast alonlt tho southerly limit ol the lust ni.-nt,������.,-,
lut 60 chains to   a   point,   ihence in    i a  ,..
erly direction 3.r>    chain,    parallel   t���  ,n(      ',
easterly   limit   ol    lut   IIHU1,    thence   in I ��e.i.
erly     direction   GO   chuins  more    or    less   ,,,
the point ol commencement contulmnu ^ln ucr,_
morv or leaa.
EDITH ALICE CROWTHBR
D.ted March ��, 1011. '���"
I'uh. March 25.
A HARDSHIP TO THE TRADESMEN
There is a hardship inflicted on some of the tradesmen on Second
avenue, arising out of the grading work, that should be attended to.
lf it is not, then not merely the tradesmen referred to will suffer,but
the incident will form a bad precedent for other tradesmen whose
premise-, may later on be affected by the grading work.
Before the grading work began on Second avenue.the tradesmen
on l>otli rides of the street had a plank sidewalk in front of their stores
for the convenience of tlu-ir patrons. The plank sidewalks still exist,
but on the north side of the street, the approach at one end is practically cut off. This has resulted in the traffic being diverted almost
wholly to the one side of the street leaving the other stores difficult
of approach.
This if a serious matter to the tradesmen affected. They sec
thc crowds pass on the other side of the street, unable without great
inconvenience to ,;<���! near to iheir stores.   It ia not in human nature
to make detours to go to A"'' i.il stores, without special reasons. Consequently, the storekeepers are suffering a loss of trade. The grading
whit li w,is to help them by making thc business lection easier of access,
h;is had the opposite effect It has made it more difficult for the public
to reach them.
The tradesmen in question are taxpayers, and will have to pay
for the grading improvements. Something should certainly be done
to st* th.u ihey gel a fair chance to catch the trade that passesalong
the street
New
Knox
Hotel
cleared, carved into shape, conquered by the thriving, striving
community who have had the
courage from the first to
'Here we will have our city."
"ASK UNCLE JERRY"
tl 7  C fl fl  *Iu*v? ''Ve' *>r��'nK k��*el.
$W,JUU  Five years lease, Cash
awake when the city is aglimmer
BESNER & BESNER,  Proprietors with her lamps, and thr shadows
The New Kn'.x Hotel it ninon the European   of   [light   llOVer  OVCT  hff  hll]>  and
plan.   Fint*daai ��ervice.   All the Latest Modern   ... . .    . . ,
Improvement*. -:-:- I5EDS GOc UP   hOllOWS.     .Make 110 mistake aDOUt
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT it.   The old-timers here may not
 seem  to appreciate  the spirit  *>i
the city they have founded Imt
it i> because to them that spirit
is not an outside presence as it
mu&t ever be to the new arrival
Buy? live, tf��mn hotel
        ^J
ST.cK*. balance in one and two years.
$o  r A A   Buyi 5 room House in
L J U U  section 6.   Easy terms
say of payment can be arranged.
^^^^^_^^^^^__                         tfinfin ^ll-vs Double  Apartment
* * ��� *                       yOUUw House In section 6, Terms
can be arranged.
You may talk to the old-timers
l.__*._. ������ i .u*  i         i_         i        ,        fl*CrAA Buv? Nine   Room   House
here and think perhaps that thev  \SSIIII .;, ,            .    ,
r                '  f miiwv with basement,  hot  and
do not appreciate the agmftcance coldwater. and modern conveniences,
of  this  strange  intense spirit  of Time payments arranged.
Prince Rupert which seems most  djrioA   Buyi elegant right mm
$91OU   Bungalow; four fire-places
bath, al! modern conveniences.
hence i '"��, thunco went ��U chai tin.
. .     ���        >. | 111,       THOMAS McMKKKIN
���ub. Mtl Krancu S. I'rfHton, Attenl
Skaena Land Dtatrict -niitrici ot Caalar
Ttkt noilee lhat I.CharieaL. Delgravt ol 8tew>
art B. *'���, occupaUon prapMtOTi inivml Ui apply
ror ptTmivioii to j'urchaM' thv Mluwinit iliwcnUtl
landi:
icing *i a pn*t plantinl ahuul aix mill's
.   ; 0M nuii' wmi. of tho forks of tho Whitu
a'A  Flat rimt. thenco suuth  >>U chains, ilu>iict>
. i.-t mi I'tuiii". f.t'ttco north hO chaina, ihonco wost
*o chains.
Hat.ni April 80,1911.    CRARLBfl DELQROVB
I'uh. May Ul. Francis S. 1'roftoii. An��'in
SkeOM Land l��i��trict - District of Cassiar
tla u.ut 1 Francis S. 1'rosion uf I'rinco
Ruport, B, >'.. urcupation pruspfctor, latnd to
.,:���,...   for  pom MOO  to  purchaso  lho  (ullofting
I loada:
>   nfflOfldag   at   a  post   plantod   uboul   throo
nult�� south and t��o milm weat of lho forks ol
��� \\ luio and Flat rivers, thonco south 60 chaina
���   aut  t-i- chaina.  thonco  nurth  60 chains,
i :,(���-��� wi-: B0 chains.
I'atod April JO, HUI.     FRANCIS S. l'UKSTON
i'ul) A/ay 13
BkMM ljind hutrict    District ot Cassiar
Tuke mUm that I, Urrnton Junlon Muurv of
I'ntioi' UuiK-rt, II. ('., occupation contractor, intond
Ipjpb (or pormusiun to purchase lho folluaing
��� ;- KRood lands:
i oflunonotog at a |h��i plantotl al��nut OJ ihrv*
i    Muth and *2, two milt* tttttt of tho furka
I Wi.iit* and Flat limn*. thUMR Ml chains soulh
B   BO chains west, thrncv  mi chains north,
:hi'nc mi chains oast.
BRBNTON JOltDON MooKK
I'.it.ii April Mi I'.MI. trancis b, 1 ,i*tun. Aicvnt
I'ub. May IS.
Skivna Land District    District uf Cassiar
Take   notico   that   1,   CU-tW**   M.   Knouw  of
I'rinci- Kupert, It. C, ooOMpottol larmor, intend
to IPply for p.rmtssiuii tu purchaso tho lolloami:
descntH-U land*:
Cotnnu-nci i! it a post platiteil about (3) thrw
milw south OM - two mil'- wost ��>f t..- fork, of
White river and Flat ri\or, thonn- south Ml chains,
thenoe *r��t B0 rhains, thencv north mi chaina,
thencr ea>t  M' rhains.
Dateo VpritM, imi.    < HARLE8 U. KNOU8B
I'ub. May 13. Francla S. Preston. Airnt
$300
Buys  five
Rest-rve.
room   House on
..Grand Hotel..
WORKINGMAN'S HOME
Spring Beds, clean White Sheets  25c
Rooms 50c
ur  mum  visitor.    That  spirit  is jences
"ASK UNCLE JERRY"
197flft tnyt I room House in sec-
*p__ I UU tion ;,. Modem conveniences including bath.
Buys T room House in sec-
ion 5.     Modern  conven-
$3000 S
BEST IN  TOWN  FOR  THE  MONEY  .1 part oi the being of every old-
timer   here.     In   their   hardships
J. GOODMAN. Proprietor
$2625
VICTORIA   CAFE
Bread
X
��
Bread
M
X   R
K
Made at the Quality Bakery
CLIFTON'S
5 Cent, . Loaf
Bread
20   For   $1.00
Being the only haker in I'rince Kupert importing
Hour direct from the famous Ogilive'l Mills.
quality of brtad and weight can he relied upon,
and  note  the  price���Twenty   for One  Dollar.
Call our Wagon or 'Phone 65 or 294 green
Lunch and Meals at alt hojria; Lunch IT*,
Meal* 25c up���Come and Se��
YOL' IA*- (,'ET A SQL'AhF. MEAI. A.NV TIMfc*
FOR   SALE
TwoBoi Hall Alleys, 42 foot lou;   Wall
c��m' tti A ��*'*unli��r, rhair��, cuni tallies, otc,
ti"1* tth'-" Um 'jutiit fur quirk *ai��* Apply
H. F,  ROSS. Kmpreaa Hotal  Pool  Room
Thir-1 A-i-nu* ��� Prince Rupert
The Daily News
fM^t**m^tt0tm00i0*i*0tfkftt*t*0t^t^t*m*t��
WANTED
 KM	
A local representative is wanted
for a territory tributary to Prince
Kupert to sell the hardy non-irrigated nursery stock grown hy the
Oregon Nursery Company, Oren-
co, Oregon. Liberal terms. Party
must come   well   recommended.
wm_.wmm~-~m.Al)l)HE_Hwm_wm_~~w*m.
Oregon Nursery Company
Orenco ��� Oregon
anything here but a tree
townsite, that indomitable spirit
i.id birth. Kor them every curve
ind corner of the waterfront has
i story, (-very hummock and hol-
ow of the gradually levelling
town-site has associations.
Those of us who came later and
are learning to love the city
because of our own conflicts and
conquering! within its limits can
never quite realise what the wide
and ever wider scattering of the
lights of Prince Kupert mean*
io the "Id-timer. Hut we can
pause for a moment in the stillness,
and watching the lights twinkle
over the town-site, we may gain
something new for ourselves from
the spirit of the city they have
shared with us.
Buys two story House, 7
rooms, in section one.
month will rent a .10-foot
tore on Second Avenue.
���ri*   was  J5Q   Per
covered  T 8l��'   ^^^^^^^^^^^
"ASK UNCLE JERRY"
$100
I'er month.    Wc are ottering
for rent a tine Store on Second Avenue, 25 x 47.
(1 AAA   Ituys  fine   .Storehouse  on
$1UUU  Third Avenue.
Mf   I'er  month   rents   Store and
V** V   Living Room on Fulton St.
Ollices for Kent in the Hanking District
"ASK UNCLE JERRY"
Weather by Wireless
$800
|87M,
$840
$550
$600
$400
Huys lot In section 1.
terms for balance,
Eaay
Pries
This
Huys lot In section
is a snap for cash.
Huys two   lots   in   section 5,
Kasy terms.
Huys lot in section li.    Price
$1025.   '.lood terms on bal.
Buys lot in section (!.     Price
Price $K50.
DELIVERED TO ANY ADDRESS IN SECTIONS 1, 5
AND   6   EVERY  DAY  FOR
50c PER MONTH
ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
ELECTRIC WIRING
j IN IIOTII  1'KIVATK ANI) BUSINESS HOUSES
Work performed liy experts only.
A first class joh is guaranteed in
every instance.
A large stock of Chandeliers  and
Fittings  carried.
Weather on the Islands' coast is TIIERK is an lncpcMinl' dL,man'1 {"r
. L   . i    ,     i        I *    dwelling DOUIM  and  apartment*.
rather   stormy   tot ay,   nut   a one i A .    ?    .
3 -~l h  Anyone having houses and  apartments
the inner roast-line the sea "^ | for ront to be vacant at any timein the
smooth. Clearer skies prevail to-1 near future should list them with us at
wards Vancouver than have been | once as we have many demands by mail
from parties who desire to secure quart*
era by the time they arrive here.
Sktftii Uml lUMnrt - I'Mnrt ufCatwur
Tak"-  liulirf  itint   1,  Swin   llftlli'll  nt  Ste*art,
H. C. oocupaUon tupmtm, latttd to Apply
(ur M<rmi*��i'>n tu purcha* ttiv tullu��ing diwrrlhni
land*:
(ommrnnt.t: at a pari plantnl al��<ui (ft) miln
Miuth and om- I; >mN- tsmt DitlH f��>rk�� ol IM Whitr
and Mat ri\cra, thvnev ***** cltalna aouth, thi-ncv MJ
chains ciut, tht-ncr mi chains north, thvnev ****)
chains ttml*
Datad April IS, 1911. BWAM UAIXKN*
Pub. May 13. Francis S. I'rvfttun, Armii
Skit i.t I***.* Mist rict    Diatrict ot Caviar
Takv t.yticv that 1, John L. Mitchvll ut Trinev
BkMai Land IMstrlat-District ot t'aasiur
Takv notice that   I,  IVrry Quit-nan ol  lvinw
Rupvrt.  II. (\. occupution pr��>����i>vct��r, InttBd (u
apply   fnr  nvrmlsaion  to  purchtw  thv (o||uwir,
,!. kciii <��� t lands: *
CommvnclnR at a poat planted in thv \icinty
of liooHv Hay. alwut i\,T***- < \-_\ii-. ot a milt Niuih
ot thf mouth of the Honama l>f��k, ami i>,.|.-t.
on thv cuti'rlv boundary of Timber Unit No,
352S1 or No. WtXW. thencv aouth 40 chain* along
the eautvrly limit of iiaid Timber Umlt No. :\:,_\*\
or No 8BSB0 4U chains, thence ea."t to thv nl'urv ul
BOOH Hay. a distance ot 40 chains morv .: , _*
thenci* northerly along the ahon> o[ (imw Hav
40 chains more or lets, thence wvxtvrly |Q c'.iv. i
more or Im tn point nf commencement, coi.taii ir.'t
160 acres mme or liiw.
Dated March 7, 1911. I'KltHY QUEENAN
Pub. AprU 7.
Skeena Land District���District o( Coast lUnge 5
Take notice that William Franklin Car|M>ntrr
ot Prince Kupert, H. C., occupation n>sUurant
kv��'|H��r, Intenda to apply for permiasion to purehass
the (tdlowinK described land :
Commencins at a poat planted at the south tut
corner of surveyed  Lnt   171���.  thence mi chain*
tuuth, thence about 35 chalna west to l.ot :������.���
thence 20 chaina north, thence 45 chains wwt
thence alwut 25 chaint north to Lot 306*. thvnev
alwut 30 chaint eaat to touth eaat cornvr of i ���.���
306K, thenre thout 35 chalna north to Lit 1711,
thence alwut U chaina eaat to point of comtnenev
ment. containing 4M0 acrea, more or less.
Dated Feb. 15, 1911.
I'ub March 4.
WM.UAM FRANKLIN CARPENTER
Ske na Land District���District of Coast lUng 6
Take notice that Denjamin Ru��mI Klca ot
Prince Kupert, D. C, occupation waiter, lnttn<U
to appl^ for permission to purchaae the ''���������.
decribed landa:
Commencing at a pott planted 65 chains south
from the anuth east corne- of Lot 3060, thenct ?()
chains weat, thenct 65 chaina north, thvnce 70
chains east, thence 6ft chalna south tu point of
commencement; containing 455 acre*, more or
leea Poat marked H K K . S. 1 Cor.
Dated Feh. 13, 1911.
Pub  Much 4. BENJAMIN KUSStX iiin.
Skeena Und District-District of Coast.
Take notice that I. Leslie K. Walter, of Vnncouver, K.C, oorupatlon proapcclor. Intends toap-
ply for iiermission to purchase the folhmimtdrs-
cribed lands:
Comniem-'nir ��t  a post planted nnd markvd I..
K. W.'s 8.E.' eorner and immediately udj
IKMit marked W.A.'s N.W. corner; thenw north *��
chains, thenre west HO chaina,  thenre south to
chains, thence rest (|) chalna,  to (mint of .- m-
mencement. contalninit HO acres, RMN or lan
LKSL1EK. WA1.TFK.
l '..i.-i 1st Feb., 1911 Charles 11. Allen. Auent
Pub. Feb. 25.
Skeene Land DUtrict���Diitrict ot * * , ���
Takt notice that  Mra. 1     C.  I'utnam  of St
Paul,    Minneenta,   occupation   married   ��oman
intends to apply tor permiaaion to purchaa the
Ku[m rt. ��. C^pwapaUoa boqfcfcttper, intend "to ] '��fj?^*||��L?!^1^?1? 1?^
pply  for permissiun tu purchase the  (ollowing
I-  ivil".| lands:
( ornnnneinii al a )xi<t planted about (5) live
miles ��outh and [1 OM BnH *est of the forks ot
tl< Wt.ite and FUt riwrs, ttn-nci north hO chaint
UMMi MM hO chains, thencv aouth bO chaina.
thvnce *��-t -u chains.
Date<l April IS, Ull.       JOHN L. MITCHELL
Pub. May 13. Francis .S. Pmten, Agent
Skeena Land DUtrict    Dutrict of Cassiar
Take notice that   William   t-n-dvrick Cameron
of  Prince  Kupert,  It.  c   . DMOptUoa  car|��enter,
intends to apply for fwrmUsion to purchaae the
following dfsrril��e.i lut.'l*
Commencing at   a  |��.-t   plante<i   about   three
mil", scuth of the forks of Uh  WhlU ud Flat
rltfti ,   thenee south   ���**>  chains,   tbMM   ��� ift   ^0
chains, thence noith   -** chains,  thence eaat mi'
chaina.
William t i:i:d:.kick camkhon
Date.1 April l***, 1911. !
I'ub. May 13. Francis S. Preston, Agent
H. I. Blakely - Electrican
iWr4 Ave.
Near Sixth
seen there for a day or two, but
some down helow stations still
report cloudy weather. These are
Cape LaZO, Triangle and Tatoosh.
It is raining a little at Ikeda.
Shipping Movements
The Lllooet is at Ikeda where
she has been for about a week.
Triangle spoke the S. S. Prince
Kupert al 6.15 p.m. olT Egg
Island northbound, also the City
of Seattle at 8 p.m. in Queen
Charlotte Sound northbound. Taloosh reports the in steamer Chicago Maru at 2..r>f> a.m., and the out
steamer Northwestern at 0.45 a.m.
Cape Lazo reports a two masted
steamer northbound at 8 a.m.
I AM daily Baked my opinion us to the
permanent valuei of real estate in
I'rince Rupert for investment. To all
such enquiries I honestly state that any
I'rince Rupert properties, at oresent
valuations, are a good investment,
but I advise my clients who aro desirous of Ukinn advantage of "snaps" to
invest only where offerings are made at
much below present market quotations.
WE are able to pick up for our clients
who have ready cash for investments good properiies at from 20 to 40
per cent, below the market by careful
watching of fluctuations nnd chances
by our staff. If you have cash for investment and are looking for real bargains eall In and tnlk it over. I can
show you how to make quick prolits.
Read The Daily News
Jeremiah  H.  Kugler
Stoma I-und DiMrict ���District of Caspar
Take notiee that I, Alfred Kyte of Prlnre Kupert.   I<.   Ci   occupalion   electrician,   intend   to
apply  for ;H<rmisslon to purchase  the folluaing
descrihed lands:
Commenring at a po��t plantnl about ill) three
tmles miuth of the furks of the White and Mai
riven, thenee M) chains aouth, thence Nt) chtins
eaat, thence mi chains north, thence tm ehaina
ttmt*
Datad April ll\ IMI, AI.FKKD KYTK
Puh. May Hi Francis ��. Preaton. Agent
Skeenn Und District - Distriet of Coaat
Take MtfM tlmt  I. William Anderson, of Van-
COUVtr,   H.C.   mvupattnn  clerk, intends to apply
for permission to purchaae the folluwlnK dcMrlb-
!������! lands:
OatniMMtng nt n pott planted and marked W.
A. IMrtnwMl OOrnViMd about 1 note frnm Mn*
gndtr Itu, li��n nurthern tunindary line, thence
���OtlUl 10 shslni, thence east ft) chains thenee
IMItll RO chains, thence west 9) ehains, t��i p^int of
commencement, eontninintr Mo acres more r.r less.
WILLIAM ANDKIUSON.
PttSd 1st I ch. IDU Charlea 11. Stark. Arcm
Pub. Feb. tt,
Skeena Land DUtrict District of gueen Charlotte
'lake notice that Frank .Levick of Woodstock,
Ont., occupation bookkeeper, intenda to apply
for |>enniiMion to purchase the following deacrilied
lands:
Commencing at a post planted about seven
miles went and two milen ��� 'i, ..f the mcuth of
Stanley Creek where it empties Into Naden
Harbor, Craham Inland, thence mi chains south.
thence HO chains east, thence Hi) chains nnrth,
thence 80 chains west to |x>int of commencement
and cnntanlng 140 NM more or leas.
Dated March 17, 11)11. FIIANK LKVICK
Pub. Aprt! 1. Numa Demers. Agen
Skeena Ltftd District ���District of Coast
Take notice that  In!  W�� Kohler of Kitium-
kalum, occupation  farmer,  intenda to apply  for
iiermission   to   purchan*  the  following  dcscrilted
landa:
Commencing at a pmt planted at the northeast corner of A. McLeod'* pre-emption, thenee
20 chains south, thence |0 chnins east, (hence jn
chains north, thence 10 chains west to pari of
commeneement eonlaining 2i) ncres more or loaa
Dated April 10, lull. FIUKDKK H W. KoHLKK
Pub. April 22. Fred Hampton, Agent
Skeena \_MA District -District ot Coast Kange |
Take notice that I, Lionel Klngsley of Vancouver, H. Oh occupation miner, intend to apply
for permission to purchase the following ,tescrilie(.
lands:
Commencing at a Mel planted HAT thi southwest corner of Lot Wi, Itange .'i, Coast Dlitrict
thence west 10 chnins, thenee south fin chains
Ihenre east 40 chains, thenee north fiO ehains to
roint of commencement.
lated March 21, IUll.       UONBL RlNOSLflY
Pub. April 22.
Skeena ljind Dislrict���Dlstriet of Qattfl Charlotle
Take notici* that Hubert t>. Crew of I'rince
Kuperi, II. C, occupation agent, tfltendl to hi.i.Iv
tor permission to purchase lhe r..| , .. (. t. . nl. -i
lands:
Commeneing nt a post planted ��lw,ut fi 1-2
mit* wesl and half a mile soulh of ihe mouth of
Stanley Creek where It emptle- inio Naden
Harbor, (,raham Island, thence east in chains
thence north 10 chains, thenee west 10 chains
thenee south 40 clains lo point of commenement
and containing IfiO acres more or less
Dated March 17, 1*11. HUHLKT O. (KKW
"���*���** N-ima Demera. Agent!
Commencing at i poat planted at the south***!
��� ���������������... r nf Lot No. ITU marked Mra. L C. Pm ���������**������* <
nortlwasi corner, thence weat 40 chains, thenre
aouth SO chains thence eut 40 chaint, ther.ce
north 80 chaina to poat of commencement, con
laming 320 acree more or less.
Dated March 20 1911. MRS. I- C. Pt'TNAM
Pub. April 16. Geo. IL Putnam Agen
Skeena Uml Districl -DUtrict of Coait Itange 'i
Take notioe ihat George Levtclt of Prince Kujwt
U- C, occupalion clerk, minds to apply to*
iiermission to purchaae the following d.*cribed
Unda:
Commencing at a (tost planteil on shore of
l*akclse Lake about fiO chain* north east from oatM
of aaid lake (Lakelae Kiver1, thence 20 chsini
north, Ihence about 60 chains east to Lakrl-c
Lake, thenee meandering aaid lake shell in a *tm-
erly direction to point of commencement: containing 80 acrea, more or leaa. Poat matked 0, L-
8. \V. Corner.
Hate ! Feb. 14, 1011. GF.OKGK LKVK'h
Puh. March 4.
Skeena Und District Disirict of Coaat FUfifl '
Take notice thai Mary Keaton Glldrrslte\< el
Victoria, II. C, occupation housekeeper. Intend)
io apply for permimion to purchaae the |O0B*M|
descrilsii lands:
Commencing at a poet planteil al lhe snuth������t
comer nf Ut 996. Range b, Coast District "���
mi ehains aouth thence 40 chains   east. lh<
chains north, thence 40 chains west U) poW ������<
commencement, containing 320 acrea more er !�����*���
MARY  KKATON GlLDKKSLKi;\ L
Dated April 17, 1911.
Pub. May 6.
Skeena Und District    DUtrict nf Coast RaBfi
Take nolice lhal Alexander Mcintosh ol \��t'-
cuver.    It    C      occupalion   real   esiale   bn "
intends lo applv for permission  lo purrhati- '���'���
folbming devcrlUfl  lands:
Commendng at a post pUnted 40 chains n>u*\>
from the aouthweat corner ot Ut 9i'&, thct.ee "'
chains aouth, thence 40 chalna wesl, Ihenn- *"
chains north, thenee 40 chains east to pOOT ���
e tmmeneemenl containing .'120 acm* mon* i>r !<"���*���
Dated April 17, 1911.
ALKXANDF.K MclNTO.-M
Pub. May 6
nn el
I i*>
Skeena Und Dislrici    District of Coast Rail
Take notice thtt I, Uuchlan John Shanal
Victoria,   IL   C,   occupalion   teacher,   in'ei
apply   for  permUsion   to  purchase  the  followi.
d"scril��e<l lands:
Commencing at a post plantH 6ft chains tost
from the aoutheaat corner of Ut 3060, I hence ���
chaina south, ihence 40 chains weat, thi.<" I
chains north, thence 40 chalna east to poW
commencement, containing 160 acres more or le��
LAUCIILAN JOHN 8HANAHA.
Dale,| April 17, 1911.
Pub. May 6.
Skeena Land District -DUtrict of Coast Kaigi
Take nntice thai Utile McTavish of \iuce i ���
B,   C,   occupation   married   woman.   Intend"
apply   for  permUsion   to  purchase  Ihe follow it;
doscribed  landa:
Commenring al a post planled at lhe north
weet eorner 100 ehalns east and 20 chain* n�� n
from the northeast corner ot Ul 1116, ll��n'>
Survey, Coast District,Kange A.thpnce BO entjfl
south, thenee Hi) chains east, thence N c>��,!
north, (hence 40 ehaina west, ihenee 60 rti.��i"
south, thenee 40 chains wesl lo posl of comn
I SI I
a.'aai.a,,   a a aaiaa'   ...   ...h ITI-a   Wf'1.1    ...   |ava..   v   ���	
"���mPM.entilainlrn W0 ***** morror l�����.   ,,���
Intml M��v 2, 1911. LOTTIK MoTA\ I
I'uh. Mly'f,. fre. W. llnhW. '^t
Skwnn I a.a.al Di.irict���Dlrtrict ol Court l_*_t_ '.
T.ko notice that tlntM McTavtah, ol Vincoti" '
H. ('., occupalion married woman. Intendc M "I1!"'
lor ncrmlaslon lo purchaae the tollowing (Icacrii''"'
landa:
'   ��� aaa  ,..,.���, naj.   at   ai   |.a-al   pl��lat."l   at   tllP ��l"ll>��"'
comer 100 chalna eaat and 20 chaina nnflli '"
Uae northeaat corner nl Lot 1116, HirvM-'aM""-'1
��� '.���art Dirtrict, llama 6, Ihence 40 chain" mmi
Ihence HO chalna north, thence 40 chain" "'"���
Ihenco ��0 chalna "outh to poat of commenr""""
containinR .120 acrea more or leaa. . ��....cil
Daied Mav 2, 1911. CRACK McTAWM'
I'uli. May 6. Fred W. Uohler, kP*'
l>l,trlct ol Coart
hal William McTaviah ol \ancni
i Ta phvalcian. Inlemla lo *WH
0 purchaae lhe lollowinK tmm****
Skeena l.anil Dlalrict
Take nolice t
ver, II. C. occu[
liar permiaaion lo purcli
landa:
Commencnn at a poat planted at Ihe "",'''"\'''<,
corner. 40 chalna north anal 40 chalna en��l 01 n"
nnrlheaat corner ol Ia>1 1110, Harvey'a "OH*/,
Coaat niairlrl, Uan(e I, Ihence 00 chains ���"
Ihence 00 chalna north, thence 60 chain" ��'���"���
Ihence 60 chalna aoulh to poat ol commencpmeni
coniaininit :i60 acrea more nr leaa. . ���..�����.[
llaled May 2, 1911.      WII.I.IAM A. McTAUS
I'ub. May 6. Fred W. Uohler. ***** THE DAILY N EJW S
WE  HAVE  BUYERS  FOR  LOTS IN
STEWART
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers, Prince Rupert and Stewart, B. C.
Agenta for Stewart Land Company,  Limited
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LYNCH BROS.
General Merchandise        - - r      Largest Stock
Lowest Prices in Northern B. C.
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DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY  TO  THE  INTERESTS  OK  WOMEN
1 = THE COSY CORNER = |
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This 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 ladlea of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions, Suk-
gestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
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Our illustrated catalogue shows a splendid selection of
Gentlemen'* neat and fashionable jewellry. Scarf
Pins, plain or gem set, CulT Links in which quality and
usefulness are well combined, Rings, Watch Chains of
line quality, distinctive and fashionable. Our prices
arc the prices of Montreal. Write to us at once and
secure  our  values. ........
HENRY BIRKS & SONS, limited
Jewellers and Silversmiths
GEO. E. TROREY, Managing Director Vancouver, B.C.
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Cloth <>f gold was beautifully
and cleverly draped to form a
(���harming theatre cap which fitted
as our illustration portrays. A
balck aigrette caught directly in
front with a cabochon of brilliants
was the only adornment.
MUSSALLEM & COMPANY
 Good   Fresh   Groceries  at   City Prices	
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LET US HAVE YOUR NEXT ORDER
WE   HANDLE   ONLY   THE   BEST.
WE   SAVE   YOU   MONEY; TRY
US AND SEE WHY.      ���:      -:      -:
I    To   Resident* of Sections 5, 6,   7 and   8���We deliver promptly,
our >:n<xla are fresh, at prices not to be beaten in the city   ;   :
'**-   m*** MUSSALLEM & CO. **���>������ .��..-��.���*
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Wick Blue Flame
Oil Cook Stove
mUM OPERATED ECONOMICAL BAIILV CLEANED
NEW PERFECTION
An Ideal Summer Stove
KOR   SALE     BY
I he Thompson Hardware Company
s"��nd Avanue
Telephone 101
^D PURCHASE NOTICE
'�� Una! I HiMtt -DUlrict ol Queon Charlotto
Tik, .        Islands
ti;,r ���'\.'l<"i Ctam W. Arnott ot I'rinco
1(l��.a],'., ,, : ""uiMiiliin real mute broker,
'""���ir.it ,'i.     ;  . .   l"'rnils��ion lo purchaao  the
(ornti r"H'11 landa:
"*��� na'.'i"f""���..*,', " l'm* Plsntod about aeven
111* tt',.'."'"������"���I/ mile woat and ono mile aouth
*ti��. ���'" , "' Sisnly Creek, Nation Harbor,
-..,, , ���' cliiiina, thonce aouth 80 chalna,
���*''H Msn* ?���'���'"."*��� tht'nce I*"*** g*> chainB.
tO- Km* *'**��**. 080. W. AUNOTT
Numa IJemcra, Agont
*" ��!��.!l!��;"4rl_,)Strlct ��',c<"" H,ne��6
���c- ����C An��"'Ueston o( I'rince Kupert,
'*��n ttt ,n,', """"���Intenda to spply lor per-
c"��"nVn2.    ."" lhe '"I10*!"* described l.fids:
tiotti..
5" *-����**_} ,_* * I���1 Pl��nuid"st"tiii Muth
**""���  I" 1I   ,.   '     nAV>   thB"ce  40  *******   I���''
SLtOUkS. ',' ,""""?��� thnn"> **��">* HO chalna
"f in ��, ���' 'v ��� '".ance meandorlnj aaid lako
E""*tiwti|a _ .."'y '"roction to point ol com-
["��� maikn'i [ _*"_**** *n *****, moro or leaa.
K_*.** i ,i',N-K-Cornor.
** Mini"' ***** ANGUS BBATON
, Wl,"," ''"'"' "I'trlct- Diatrict of Cosat.
B.C.
*:,    Of ��� la  JOl  ,,,     ,  , ,   ,
��Mia     l" PurehtM
������ "i
M,��M.John Mlllor, ofVaneouver
er, Intandi to npply foi
the followinir deacribed
��l��'it plantnl about 1 rhaln
k"k"! J M    A0* *"*** "f LuBcombe Bay. and
___* .ni, J,    , '���"mor, thencowoBtunchnlnB.
'a      ' ��� J  Ohalni, thonco enat 80 chnina.
''"ttniiai,   """""���  to point of   commence-
i, ""> WO ncrea m.ire or lesa.
fll1''!..!,   ,,���, JOHN M1LLEK.
"I*. ft*, ���_ " '"I CluirloB H. Stark, AKcnt
Social Notes
Mrs.  R. 0. McMordie will not
receive   on   Thursday   afternoon,
nor again    this season.
LADY GOLF EXPERT
Miss Dorothy Campbell Knows
Canada
Miss Dorothy Campbell, who is
now competing in the ladies' golf
championship, held at Portrush,
Ireland, although not a Canadian
by birth, has nevertheless lived
in Canada for some time. After
winning the championship at I3irk-
dale in HUM), she came to this
country, and during her stay here
has twice won thc championship of
the United States. Miss Campbell is captain of the I l.unil ton
Ladies' Golf Club. Canadian golfers are hoping for her victory at
Portrush.
DORIS
When Doris passes all in white,
With just a hint of perfume rare
Upon her dress and drifting light
In zephyrs from her wind-blown
hair.
No gaudy bows to dim the blue
Of lily-lidded eyes or steal
From  soft  round  cheek   the  rose
bloom hue
That    tints   the   shrine   where
lovers kneel.
Ah,   then   the   lagging   thoughts
take wings,
Midst dusty streets I dream of
lands,
Of far-off groves, where soft lute
strings
Yield melody to shapely hands;
Of lanes of stately express trees,
And   gardens   laden   with    the
peach;
May    blossoms   on    a    Maytime
breeze,
And crystal waves on jeweled
beach;
Of fountains merged with marble
brink,
Midst   tasscllated   leaf-strewn
courts,
Where oft the peacock comes  to
drink,
And spreatl his pride in Love's
vain sports.
So Eve to Adam's world-worn eyes
Brings still a glimpse of Paradise.
���A. M. HARRIS
Strawberry Compote
Slice one pint of clean, fresh
berries, sprinkle over them one
cupful of powdered sugar. Dissolve one tablespoon of gelatin iu
a little warm water. Crush line
one cupful of cake crumbs. Mix
the gelatin, berries, and crumbs;
turn into a mold. Whip one
cupful of cream until stiff. When
the fruit gelatin is firm dip by the
spoonful into a glass dish, alternating with spoonfuls of the cream
until the dish is full. Top with
thc cream and a few whole and
perfect berries.
dress?"   asked   her   sister,   eyeing
her critically,    "li  hikes up In
the most singular way in the back
and seems to be too lung in the
front."
"I've always though) il looked
very nice," said Mi*-- Jones, with
an air of chagrin.
"But it doesn't fit," exclaimed
the sister, still examining tho garment attentively. "Is thai tin-
way you've always worn it?" was
the next question, uttered in a
despairing tone.
"Yes, of course. How else
could I wear it?" was the response.
"And it is so comfortable, with
plenty or room in the back for
my shoulder blades. And, then,
1 like a gown to fasten in front
Why, what's the matter?" as her
sister covered her lace with her
hands and sat down abrupt!)'.
"Do you see anything wrong with
it?"
"NO| no, no," said her sister,
shaking her head, "only, you know,
you've been wearing it hind part
before."
SUNSHINE CAKE
New  and   Nice  for  Afternoon
Tea
"Sunshine" cake is made from
six eggs, one cup granulated sugar,
one cup of pastry Hour sifted with
a teaspoonful each of silt and
cream of tartar, and one-half
teaspoon of either orange or lemon
extract. Beat the whiles anil the
yolks separately, and add the
sugar, gradually, to the yolks.
Then fold in alternately the whites
of the eggs and the Hour. Flavor
and bake. The icing may be
tinted yellow with orange, or
white with decorations of yellow
candies.
HER NEW GOWN
It was Comfortable Even If It
Didn't Hang Just Right
Miss Amanda Jones, who possesses the artistic temperament
in a very high dgree, is as careless
as a lily of the field as to her
attire. Not long ago, being away
from home and far from the
watchful eyes of her family, she
selected and purchased an evening
gown for herself and wore it on
several occasions with great comfort and satisfaction. Shortly after
her return to her home she was
Invited to a reception and decided
that il would bc a good opportunity
to wear her self selected gown.
Accordingly she put it on and
presented herself complacently for
family inspection.
"What is the matter with your
TELEPHONE
BEAT LIGHT
'Phone Statement Shows Profit.
Light   is   in   the   Hole
MR.   LOVES   REPORT
Prince Rupert's Wire Conducted Conversations Have Cleared $794 for the City, but the
Light Has Cost $100 too Much
E. Love manager of the Telephone and Light departments of
the city submitted his re|Mirt to
the council on Monday showing the
cost of working and revenue derived from  the 'I'hone and  Light
departments for the past month.
There were .'H2 'phone subscribers at 'MH\t April and 413
'phones in use. The revenue was
11469.00 and the expenses W74.81
leaving a surplus ol 1704,00 to th
good.
The Light department earned
11187.80 and cost Sl():l0..r)(�� which
gives a deficit of .'5!l!).18.
Alderman Hilditch suggested that
the profits from the 'phone department might bc devoted to
extending the system. Alderman
Clayton preferred the idea of
using   the  profit  for  the  purpose
of   reducing   the   rates  for   the
'phones to users. This has been
Alderman Clayton's view all along
in regard to profitable municipal
enterprise, lt should act so as
to   reduce   the   cost   of   common
advantages to the community,
Douglas's Maiden Speech
Alderman Douglas made this
matter the occasion of his maiden
speech. He said thai if then-
were any profit from the 'phonos
the people should get the advantage, and the 'phone users among the
people would benefit most, and
most fairly, by the USQ of the
'phone profits to improve and
extend  the system.   (Cheers from
Alderman Clayton.)
On tho motion of Alderman
Douglas seconded by Alderman
Smith, the reports were filed, and
the question of how to use the
'phone profits is left with the
finance, committee meantime.
Double Weekly Service!
S.S. PRINCE RUPERT and S.S. PRINCE GEORGE
For Stewart, Sundays, 8.00 a.m.
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Mondays and Fridays al 8 a.m.
���i. Prince Albert sails for I'ort   Simpson, Nuns River l'oints, Miisset,
Niuti'ii Harbor, every Wednesday, 1.00 p.m.
ami fori
Refuge Hay, Bkldegato, Quoon
Charlotto City,  Lookoport,   I'a-
i-oii, Jedway,  Ikeda Hay,  Rose
Harbor antl return via Quoen
Charlotte City every Saturday,
1.IK) p.m.
The  Grand Trunk Railway Syatem
connecting with trains from the Paoiflc
coast operates a frequent and convenient lervtce of luxurious trains over its
double   track  route  between  Chicago,
Toronto,   Montreal,   Quebec,   Halifax,
Portland, Boston, New York and Philadelphia.    Information   ard tickets  obtainable from the office hereunder mentioned.    Trans-Atlantic bookings by all
lines arranged.
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND   TASSENUKH   aOENT
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ITEMS  OF.. ,
[SPORTj
Allien Tuckwcll, the clever Tor-
nolo lightweight, who broke his
right hand iii his bout with Joe
Kansas, the Buffalo boy, at the
Mel.'s smoker, will not box again
for a year. The bone united
crookedly.
Dan Morgan said today that ;���
twenty-five-round lighl between
"Knockout" Brown nnd Ad. Wolgast has been practically arranged,
11   will    lake   place   at    the   coast
following  Wolgast's  match   with
Owen Moran on July 1.
Ham llyal is well to the front
in the American Association batting averages with a percentage of
.27(1.
FREE
EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE    :     :
j Km-  nil   kinds  nf help,   cooks,
j waiters,   dishwashers, hotel   por-
{ ters, all kinils of laborers or me-
/ chanlcs, call up
I Phone No. 178
I nr call nt the
i Grand Hotel Free Employment   Office
i Headquarters I'm-cooks & waiters
ROGERS & BLACK
WHOLESALE   DEALERS  IN -
Building  Material,   Cement,   Lime,
Hair-fibre Plaster, Coke, Blacksmith
Coal,   Common Brick,
Pressed Brick
Shingles, Lath, New Wellington Coal
AI.L ORDERS PROMPTLY KILLED
See Us for Prices.
Phone No. 116
Waller Johnson, the speed mer
chant   of   the   Senators,   has   not
shown   much   speed    this   spring.1
Ile was wise in getting the $7,000
salary fixed up before he showed
whal he could do.
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUCGIST
Phone No. 200 P. O.  Hox 580
PRINCE RUPERT. B. C.
Canadian Pacific Railway
m
SUMMER EXCURSIONS
-KKOM ���
PRINCE RUPERT
According to eastern reports,
Wally Smith, the former Vancouver player who was drafted by the
St.   I.ouis   club   last   fall,   is   still
drawing pay up in the big show.
ANh nt trus AM' III  1 I If.
w a-,ai. ,��� ������'.,.,        St. Paul tsn.im
t'aat. ant. ���    121.01        Chloam lOUO
Muntiral lllS.lnl New York        13H.Ni
Fur full Information rail on or write
J. G. McNab
General Agenl
Coast to Coast
OCEAN TO OCEAN
Tickets   To   All   Points
ROGERS' Steamship and
Railway Agency
Second Ave. Phone llfi
George Paskel is one of the new
outfielders for the Philadelphia
Nationals. He was obtained from
Cincinnati in that famous trade
last winter in which tour Philadelphia players were exchanged
for four Cincinnati players. Pas-
kert has made good this year
aud his sensational catch at the
Polo Grounds is still being talked
about around the big league circuit. I'askert finished the season
with Cincinnati last year with a
batting average of .800.
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i! w. j. McCutcheon
Carried oomplete stork of limns.   BtMeUU
attention paid to llllintr piWUlUlttUIII.
Theatre Blnck nram Ko. id Second Ave. *
++++++++++++++++++++++++++
>C CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. T. Trantfer Agents
Orderi promptly filled.   Prices reasonable.
OFFICE- H. B. Rochester. Centre St.     I'hone 68.
Hal Chase is BOrry he allowed
Engle and Austin to go. The
former is playing a great game
for the Red Sox and Austin is
doing wonders with Wallace's dub.
Reilly's Bakery Lunch
Empress Theatre Basement
Cor. 2nd Ave. and 6th Street
S.S.  INLANDER
��� ��� ���FOR������ ���
HAZELTON
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester   -   Agent
Fruit   :   Produce   :
WHOLESALE
H. H. Morton   -
W. L BAKKKK
Architect
OtCOtld aveiue ami Third street
Over Westenhaver Hros." Office,
Amos Kusie, the famous whirlwind pitcher of the New York
Giants   about    1805,   is   back   in
baseball. He has accepted a position in the Northwestern league
as umpire, ll seems lo be fairly
well established in baseball dope
that Rusie's terrific speed and
effectiveness caused the baseball
officials to increase the distance
of the pitcher's box from the
home plate to sixty feet and five-
tenths. Without goiiij; Into detail,
some idea of Kusie,is a pitcher may
be had by recalling that in 1806,
while pitching for New York, he
struck out 10!) men in forty-live
games. In the same number of
3rd Ave. James that year. Cy Young fanned
121. Hawley. of Pittsburg, was
next best with
battles.
* Rochester d,
'r.T   ' Monroe
' Ladysmith
l      ��� >t Coal
\^   Phone ii s
Feed
Ht) in  fifty-one
=~E.   EBY   C*%   Co.sss
REAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum I.und For Sale
KITSUMKALUM ��� B. C.
MUNKO  &   I.AII.EY
Architects,
Stork IliiildiiiK, Second Avenue.
STUART *  STKWAUT
ACCOUNTANTS -:��� AUDITORS
l.mv Hutlcr Huildiug       I'hone No. 280
I'rince Rupert P.O. Box 351
AI.FRKI) CARSS, C. V. RKNNKTT, n.A.
of Rrillsh Columbia of II C. Ontario, S...
snd ManitnlM liars. katrhewan  and Al
berta Rars.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Offlcs��� Exchange block, rornnr Third avenue and
Sixth street. I'rince Ruuert. S
DISGRACE TO
CIVILIZATION
Shocking   Revelations  of  Vancouver's Jail are Given
PRESS   DENIED   ADMISSION
Police Chief Chamberlain Tells
of Seeing Twenty Men Huddled Together in One Cell-
Were Fighting to Pass Away
the Time.
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO.   63
Meets in the HslgSTSOtl Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All   members  of  the  order in the city
are rei|uested t,. visit the lodtfc.
0, s. JOHNSTONE, N.G.
H.  MORTON, Secretary.
F. W. HART
ltNI)KRT*KKK A  KMIIAI.MKR
*_*t*__U  OOMftJffl
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., D. D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operations skilfully treated,   (las nnd
local ana��tbelic�� administered for the painless ea- I ||le
traction of teeth.       C.msultatlon free.     OlTices: I .
Ilelirprson Rlock. Prince Rupert. 11-12       I ollfl
That conditions prevailing al thc
Vancouver jail are Wretched was a
fact forced home yesterday afternoon   following  the conclusion  of
moedng   of   the   Board   of
Commissioners,     Ai   the
mooting Police Chief Chamberlain
statitl that as many as twenty men
were herded together in a cell
at times. lie referred to one
night   this week when  men   taki n
'' ���" l!"' "���'-"   '""" ���,"1 ""' '"���'���'" Into custody for being drunk at-
tempted   to   pass   away   time   by
Littles NEWS Agency
Magazines :: Periodicals :: Newspapers
CIGARS   ::   TOBACCOS  ::   FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
HANDASYDE   C&  HURT
vim.   fob  htkki,   KAOSIKSn
...ano oomMoioss _**-_*____,
V. O. HOX 23
JOHN E. DAVEY
TKACHER OF SINGING
WML nr WM. rOSW, KS��.. A.R.A.��l.,"t.ON., bno,
FOR SALE
Lots !> and 8, Block 2H,
Section 1.
|8000, 2i, per cent, cash,
balance 1, 2, 8 years,
7 per cent.
GEORGE LEEK
mercantile  agency
collections and reports
SIXTH  STRBET
prince RUi'EHT , indulging in pugilism.   A constalil
lad to lie detailed to keep order.
Dr. Underbill, medical officer of
health, staled ihat the conditions| _
wore abominable and a disgraci
to present day civilization.
Representatives of the press were
denied    admission    to    view    the
I prison   which   has  al   times  been
I condemned   as   tot.illy   until   for
prince rupert liuman habitation.
GEO. W. MORROW
1076 Nelson St., Vsncouver, B.C.
BILLIARDS
and POOL
4 Alleys. 7 Tables.     A  Kond oxer-
BOWLING,
rinc.    A rlonn Hpnrt.   Lriflip* every
nftornnon.      Nfwn.tin   Hlock,  bo-
twppn 8tn nnd "th St*.
TRn MOKIUHON,     VropHptor nnd Mnniiirrr
44444444444444444444 THE    DAILY    NEWS
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LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
...THE...
"What Shall It Be"
Question
This store is prepared to answer it
 K	
The occasion may be what
it will;   it   is  our duty  to be
ready to supply you, snd we
csn ih�� it too.
With pleasure to ynu bo-
cause ni' ihi- size nf display:
with profit tn you because of
our ability to sell close.
When th, rift question pre-
sents Itself let us show you
how easily we can match your
Ideas,
 M	
Heintzman Pianos
BABY TER.MS
C. B. WARK
Jeweller
For Rent
Partly furnished House on
Srd   Ave.      7  rooms  with
bath,      Electric   lighted.
G. C. Emmerson
NADES  m.iH'K
SECOND A\K.
OUR SODA
.FOUNTAIN.
IS OPEN
FOR '11
I'ur,- [es I'r.-mn  with  all  the
"Kixuis"
C.  H. ORME
The Pioneer Dmgghl
PHONE    :   ;    :    82
Skeens Land DIatrtot~DlitrIet of Oout
Taka notloe thai l, Mra. John Corley uf Prtnoa
KujM'it. n.i'.,oooupatlon married womun, intends
tn apply for permlialon to purohaie the followinK
deiorlbed landi;
Commencina at a poat L>lunu>ii 40 ohaina can
md 180 ohalm nuth from the louthweit oorner of
int i7:i;i, Coaat Dlitriot Ranges, thonce Houth ao
ohainii thence enst 411 cimins. thenoe north mi
chaini! thence west -in chaini more or leaa to the
[mint  of commencements contuininK *-'io aorw
' UR8, JOHN (Lottie) CORLEY
Dm.' Mar. 80, mi
I'ub. Apr. 4. It'll
Bkaana Land Dlitriot���Diatrict of Ooait EUngo *
'Vukv notice that Mary Bell Beaton of vanoou
Wi H C.i oooupatlon ipinataij Intandi to apply
for pennUaioa Lo purcliaau the following dourribt>d
landn:
Commeneini ut a poat plantad at tho north
cunt corner of Lot 89o0| thonco about -itl chuinn
north io Lot l7L\t, thenco SO chain* wtat t- Lot
88881 thenee about '*io cimin* snuth to Ixjt .i'tHi,
thanee 10 chaini aaati thence _io ohalni aouth to
I^it 888 thanoa 80 ohaina euat, thenoe 80 clmina
north, thonco  80  chains   onst   to   point   uf   com-
mencementi eontalnlnj 880 acrei mora or ma,
1'nnt marked M. B, a** S.K. Corner.
Datad hb.14, 1811,      MARY BELL BBATON
Uh. MarJt 4
Bkaana Land Mbtrict���Diatriet of Quaan Chariotta
[alanda
BTaka notico thai Qaa II. Luus ol I'rince Kupert,
)1. C,  occupution   barbOTi   intends  to upply  for
tHTmwsion   to  pufhaso   the   following   ilescribed
[andii
Commencing   at   a   past   plunted   about   seven
milt*   imi   und  tine  rnilo  south   from   the  mouth
of Stanly  Creek, tfaden Harbor, thenco south so
chuins, thanoa weit   it) chuins,  thencu north  BO
chuins, thenw aaat IO chains.
Datad March 17, l!ttl. OBO. II. LAUX
I'ub. April 28, Numa Oemera, Auent
Bkeena Land Pistrict���District of Caaaiar
Take notice that I Boleom McDonald of I'rinco
Kupert, H.C, occupation laborer, intends to up
nly for permission to purchuse  the followinK de
i scribed lands:
Commencing at a poet planted three und one-
half miles in un easterly direction from the point
..ii NaaalRlver where the Lava Lake trnil bearltu
and One mile in a northerly direction from the
suid Lnvn Lake trail, thence north 80 chuins
thence weat ni chains, thenoe south B0 chuins,
thenee oast ehuins to point of commencement,
containing 640 acraa.
Data K.-b. ,i, imi, HOI.COM McDONALD
Pub, Mnr. ln. Joseph Helwny. Agent
Skaana Land District -District of Cussiur
Tuko iHitlcv that   I, Jiunun  Webster Ksplin of
Stewa-t, iu\, occupation    auctioneer, intend to
appl} for partnlarion to  purduwo the  followinir
daacribad lands:
Commencing at a post plunted on the right
bunk iif the Nuns river about nine miles atiuve
tho forks of the Nuns river, thonco south 80 chains.
thanea ureal 80 ehaina, thence north mi chuins.
ihenn- ea-t  Ml chums to point of commencement,
cuntuininif *���'������* ucres mon* or les*.
JAMES WEBSTER ESPLIN
Dated Murch il, li*l|. Frank Sidney Wright. Aft
I'ub. May IT.
Skivna I^nd Disirict    District of Cussiur
Take notice thut  I, Chnrles Frederick Metcul
of Stewart, H. C.. occupation frvinhter, intend to
apply  for permission  to  purchase the following
daacribad lands:
Commencini  at  a  post planted on  the  right]
bank of the Naaa river ubcut six miles above the
| forks of  the  Naas river,  tlence south  .io chains.
ihence waal   1*0 chains,  thenco  north  .*���*_��� chums,
thei iv eaal >u chums to point of oommanoamenti,
cuntninint! ��>lo acn*s more o: \vss.
Datad March L'5, 11*11. CHAULKS F. METCALF
| I'ub. May IT.       Frank Sidney Wright, Agent
Bkeena Land Diatrict   District of Caaaiar
Take Mtlea that I.   Hertie  Edwin  Badger  of
Stewart,   H.  C,  occupation   plumber,   intend   tp
apply  for permiwion  to  purchase  the  following
I d<��cnt>ed lands:
Cummencing ut a DOit plaatad about one mile
north id tba Naas river and ubout seven milw
uImj\i- the forks of the Nuns Uiver upttrvum.
thenee north 80 chains, ihence east Mi chuins,
thenco south 80 chains, thencv west SU chains to
ixilnt   of   coin men cement,   contuining   tiiu   acre*
mora or u-m,
BERTIE EDWIN BADGER
Dated March ���>.., 1811,  Frank Sidney Wright, Agl
Classified
One of the best services the modern newspaper gives the public is In tin
There buyer and seller, employer anil worker, landlord anil tenant, '""I
mun ground.    To put this modem convenience in reach of everyone ui
rate to  n nominal price of a cent a word per insertion.    Mum    ;:
Here is our Classified  Advertising Column  for today
-  Advertisements
s classified advertisement oo'
I ., hoat of others meet on c
News  will  reduce
harge of 25 cents
Watch   it  grow.
���olumns.
-omits
FOUND AT LAST
Been Lost More Than a Month
After considerable searching it
has been found liy several people
simultaneously, It was located in
a room in the rear basemen! <>l
the Empress Theatre building on
the corner of Second avenue and
Sixth  street.
In iitaMiir ni the occasion, the
discoverers enjoyed a fine lunch
set up in nicejstyle. We forgot
to mention thai they were looking
for Reilly's Bakery Lunch.
Lost and Found
j        L.ost and rouna        i
FOUND-EleKnntroom,: MWly furnlahad.   Th��
Hulkley Block, uth Ave., near Fulton,   l��Mm
LOST-A  bunch of keya.
to News Ollice.
pImuw rattan
ItO-lU
+.~
 1 tr
j For Rent
8 room hnuae, partly furnish.-.!.
I'antiirium.
in.   Al'l'ly
iio-na
No other store can
now
Men!
.-on as great a range of boots and
ihoes as Scott, Froud & Co.,
I'liinl avenue,
���
The Insurance People
Kvi n\ -I UBM IM ' RANCI     Ml ��� I RftATM
The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
YOUR
WINDOWS
Pram tin- outside looking In, or
from the Intkle lookll,
appearance t.f lows i��
an Index of y��ur can- for tho appearance of JTOUT hoflM,     To   tin
visitor tbey Indicate your taste,
eye f..r harmony of color;
to the passer-by Uny Indicate
something of your rare f,,r the
outward appearance of your
dwelling. It i�� not essential that
your window draperies !>������ expensive, lml it in imperative that
they be Ifl K'xid t.-mte.
BkMM Land Dlatriel   Dlatrtet of Caa*iar
Tdn   tta.ticv   thai   I.    I'.tt..i.   MucKovern   ul
Btatwmrt, II. l.'., ..cruputinti miner.inti-nal to apply
lur iiernii",iiin to purchaau the fnlluwinn tlocnb.il
land.:
CommencinK  at  a  port   planteal  nn  tlie  riclit
laank ul the Naa. river about lour milei. above the i
('art,- uf tl.e  Nan.  *_***t, tln-nee "oulh  su rhaina,
thenc- a..!   iu chaifaia.  thenee  north 00 chain*.
UMnoa mm -ti chain, l.a [..a.rit (,| commencement. !
containing tilu acn-a morv nr lea..
THOMAS UAC0OVERN
puled March IS, l-ill. Sidney Frank Wrijhl. Aki :
Tub. Mav IT. I
tt**** Un.l Diatrict    Dlitrict of Canfar
Take noliee that  I.  I'erry Pluck (iodenrath I
nf *t.��art. II. i . .aecupatiaan journalist ,Intend to
apply   lur |a.rn.uwiin   lo  purchaM-  ihe followinK !
������ lan.l.j
���tnrinit al   a  |m��t  plann.l on  the riehl
bank nt th.- Naa. mri aboul mu milp. above
lhe lurk, ut Ihe Naa. mer. Ihence muth K) chain.,
" ���   -'I chain., thenc nnrth Ml chain.. :
thenc eait ao chaina lo point o( commenement,
mrilaininir MO acr.-. mun .ar leaa.
L PERCY FRANCIS GODENRATH
llal..l March _:,, ISU. Frank Sidney Wright. An
rub. May 1.. I
i I in al lli.trict -lli.trict ot C***���t
Take nutica thai  IJfJalr,i�� Millar Jnliii.lun of
""'">"��� H. < ���. oecupatnn it.ar. I,..|.ar. int.n'l lu
apply   (nr pemu��inn  lo purchata- the  IoDowIh
���l-.rrib.-l land.j
I'tamtmnclnir at a lawt   planted about one mfit
north In.m the   Naaa river ami abuut nine mile.
above Ihe lurk. .,1 the Naa. river, thenc north SO
rj'aiii -ii  rh.iti..  ihenr,. v���ulh hO
chain., ttu-nca ea.t aVj chain, to point nt commence.
ma-r.t, cuntaitiititf t. In arr.-. moe or lew.
JAMES MILLAR JOHNSTON
Hale.1 March M, IMI    Frank Sidney Wil��ht, AKt
I'ub. May |T.
New 7-room luatiie on Ainbrusi' A-a-.,  |a;till\ 'i":
ni.hed.   Apply on premise- or Box 8M,   ""���""
Nice, clenn. briitht uutalile rooma.   llulkley Block
tith Ave., neur Kulton. lii-.i-lni
Boum furnlihed for hoawkocpina, - roonw, in
per month; back of rink.    ApPO   I*J"JK
Coiupany. lOHIlS
lf ynu would like a new htiune cloM In, phono HH.
H. P. McRae & Co. IM-U
Nice furnlahed rooma for rut    Appia Droxal
Ka-aiiiiiia- Houae, Ind Ave., neur UeBrlda.
May 3-lnio
Two nicely furnished rooms, une fcot room, lift |
baths.   Thc Rolund. Third avenue. US*    i
DANCE?
TO-NIGHT
McINTYRE HALL
Admission $1.00
Udi�� fm
��
.^.+ Pr
2!
Ourjpecials
Sweet, Juicy Oranges
eVsdlsePofAmerlcs, at prices
within  your   renen.
New Spring Rhurbarb
The most healthful snd appetising table
dish at this time ot the year.
��.h Vegetables of all kinds and everything i'i Groceries nt
Ideal Provision House
LAND PURCHASK NOTICE
Stikino Lund Dlalrict    Dlatrlol til
asalar
Tuke noiico that Chriailon A. Terv,   ,l t, ,
II. C twcuimtion customs olllcer. Intenda i'"'
tor parmtaalon to purohaao the [ollowtna i" PJ"l!
I |u���,f: 'a n'-mli|.j
Oommanolnj at u poat pliitm.,1 ._._. .,
quartora ot it mile north eust from i;i���,', ',,"**���
and on the eusl bunk of Slikine Uiver ,t ""'
south sldo ol tho mouth ot u lim,. ,..,,, "." "a
oast 40 chnina, thonco nurth 40 cliiu,.." a '"'"
wost 40 chuiiiB, thonce suuth 10 chain" i��� *
of commoncomonl und containing [-n
or loaa.
Dated I'ob. io, mn.   christian \
Pub, April 7. " A
Iniillt
aoraa mon
TERVO
Third Ave., near Sixth St.
I'hone lihl
Skoona Und District���District ol Uui.,.n Chart..,
lslunds 'iwiiuile
Take notice thai  J. II.  Murphy.ol Vim,.,,,,,.
II.  C, occupation commercial traveller KiW
to upnly lor parmlaaltui to purohaao the MoH
divscrllasl lunds: ""wihk
t'oininencinu   ut   u   pust   planted   i ui   leva.
miles wost und  une mile souih  from  ths ������.,, I
nl Stanly Crook, Naden Harbor, u��� .,_!������'  u .
chnins.  Ihence  west   40 chuins,  tl,,.,    ���    ."J
chains, thenco easl 10 c Ins.                              "
Dulisl March 17, l'Jll. J.n   Mri,,..,..
April 22. Numt Damon, Aamt
I'ub.
BARGAINS
 ! coihinC EVENTS (AST TlltIR SHADOWS BEFORE THEM
ndian Band Concert
The mosl Interesting performsnes ever
held in  British Columbia.       To
be held in the Empress 1 heatre
*.^..
Help Wanted
i
Niru-ttH'n younir men tt�� tnkf cuiy roomi in tlu*
Hulkley Block, near Fulton. lOMm
Boy to assist in oflice ai Fierey .Morrjt .V  ��'"-.
First Ave. 104-106
A woman tO do house work: also fftfll for laundry
i     work.    Apply Fioneer Laundry. 1iO��1m5
1 An Bxporitnoed Btonoimphfr :tt once.  Apply t"
j     Mack Realty and Insuran..' OompAliy.     IiB-106
' A   Mother's   Help.     One who   can   *i*> uniting.
Other    maid    kept. Apply    Mm     Falmer.
ith Ave. and EUyiCovoCircle, phootWI   101-ti
, Waiter wanted at Central Hotel. 100-tf
Hoy Wantiil.   Apply at Optlmlit Ollice.        yt-tf
. Wanttnl ���An   A-l   solicitor (or the   nvnt literal
Fraternal Orders in the world.   Call room -'*.
i     Empress Hotel.    I. F. Madlem. 108-114
Wantod~S00sood men toMn the Onler of Owls.
Call room _]*, Empre** H'tcl.    I.  F. .Madlem.
100*114
Wo have several good buya In
Bectloill 6, ti, 7 nnd 8.
WHY NOT CALL AND GET FAMIIUR WITH SOMEOF THEM
For Quick S..eLUt Your Proper.,  With U.      EmptfC     Daj^,     MajT     24
  Don'1 ",iss this,        Contoat at 2 p.m,
JOHN DYBHAVN CUPS AND MEDALS
i.    i di -b   nn view lit J. B. Gray & Son's  Jewelry
hxehnoee HI.Ki   ^^  >y;i   M     |.h;,���,  N���.   7s blnck.
TICKETS   -   50c AND 75c
on sale ai theatre
Open Evening!
Skivnu laiuiil District -Dislrici nl Caaalai
Tuke notlea thai l, Mary Carlo al Stowax
II. 0��� ucruputiun murrii'il woman, Intand toinnl
lor parmlaaloD to purohaaa thu toflowtai ti,��,'ni,,4
Cotnmonoini at a p���i planted two iai mit,.,
south uinl 1^1  (wu milt's woat "1 tin- [nrks ,a|   j,
White ami   l-'lnl  rlvtll,  thenc  Sil cliuins n���nl
thanoa ��u chuins wait, thenoe .-iii ohalm ��niih'
ihunc Hll chuins uust. "'
llutlsl April -.III, IUll.
Pub, .Muv 18,
MARK t'AIUS
1-runcisS. Proaton.Amt
FRED. STORK!
General Hardware I OvCFSeaS
11 Tin- beat perfor
Builders' Hardware
Valves & Pipes     Oxford Stoves
Qranlteware      Tinware
Skeena Laml DUtrict -District of Caalu
Tuke   notice   that   1,   John   [Jowln   ol   Prlna
Kupert li. C. occupotion laborer, Intand in uptiiv
(or pannlaton to purchaau the following dflanutd
landa:
CommencinK ut a post planted almut ^��i t^(.
miles miuth of the lorka of the White ind Flat
rivera, thence aouth t*U chains, theiu-e eul BQ
chaimt, thenct* nurlli SO chains, thenee w,.s\ m
chains.
Dated April 18, 1911. John UNWIN
I'uh. Mny 18a Francis S. Profton, Agm|
Skeonu Land District - District ol Caviar
Take notice thut  I, Alfred Herrymaii \\illlama
of   Prince   Itutiert,   I).  C,  occupation  merchant
intend   lo apply  for permUsion  to purthiM tl,,.
.in.I   Ut   (Irav's store    fulluwinn descrihed landa:
CommencinK at  o poHt  plantnl aboul   J   uu
��� miloa aouth of lho forks of the White uid I iai
rti   t     n i ' riven, thence tiU chuins aouth, thence mi chaim
I lllh   I flUPPrt        i wt>>tt' th(',,C1' **u chains north, thenca BO cliuim
th
SECOND
niitnt'e  ever  (iiven   in
eity.    Ilelil  in  Empress  Theatre.
Moving I'ietnres ut 7..'tn p.in.
Concert nt S.IM) p.m.   Sharp
FEATURE:   Tur of War
between police. Fire Department nml
AVENUE .
���*���*-*- *���*-*
police, rire Deourli
Knrl Grey's Rinea.
iteur Competition   f
len uniler II veins ol' HKe-
Also Amateur Competition  for Chilli-1 ��u'' Kl>t """����� **"""���' *���'"*** >"> *���*">""���
len uniler II years of Bge��
Silver Cup nnil Prizes on view ut J.  S. I ,,      ,,
j Board Wanted '
t MEMBERSHIP
Bench Tailored
WANTKD-Konm and board
X.M.. Olitimi.t Offlo*.
in iinvatt- family.
14
IS GROWING
Gray'i Jewelry Store, where ticket!
c��noe had for Concert at 50c, 76c, $1., su.
tlao from memben of Club,   dray's
phone "s blurk.
ALFKKD   ltKKKYMAN   Wil.1.1 Wis
Date.1 April IS. mil.      KranciaS. Praiton,A|��t
Pub. May 13.
Skeena Land District--District of t'as,iar
Take   nolice   that   1,   Isaac   O'Brln   Pbrim  DJ
Prince Kupert, li. t'., occupalion carpenhT. Intmd
to apply lor permiaaion to purchaM- thf [o|],
deacrlttetl  liintla:
Conmndni ut u poal plunted ahoui tiv mik
KMlth ���*������'��� une mile weat of tho forks of tticUhiti
ir
*wl  SU  chnina,  ihence aouth  BO chuiiu., the...
eaat SU chuina.
Dated April is, mi. Isaac O'BRIEN PORBK8
Francis S. Pmtoo. Aim
ItlC
: Fire Insurance
THK BrltUh Union and National Fin*  Insurance
Company of London, Knuland, ��itli mi mal
of 11,600.00(100, S.-u- :.-: ���.,!.��� The Mack
Healtv and Insurance Comtianv. 7��>-tf
DANCE
What better way t.i dote the day than
by going to the Dance given  l>y J.  S.
��� .^.+ Overseas Club Always   Adding Gray at Mclntyre Hall after Concert
New Names 10.80 to 2 a.m.
  Tickets, tients *l.iw. I.nilies Free
r
1-
Situations Wanted
A elaaalflad advarttanMBt t. a nn-if.. work-
hunter -and seldom fall,.
Man anil wife want, position in camp or hotel.
Strictly lirst class couka. Apply Box T. II..
News. luS-liB.
The secret of the sliape-retain-
Ing qualities of the 20th Century Brand Garments is the
amount of bench-tailoring anil
hnnil-tailorintf   that  is  put on
them  and  in them	
Good clothes can't lie made by
machinery nny more than good
pictures can lie painted liy machinery. Every important
vital part of every20thCentury
Brand garment is hand-tailored
New   Spring   styles   ready!
Sloan & Company
CLOTHING .SI'KCIAI.ISTS
Sixth Street Phone 297
TWO DOZEN LAST NIGHT
Plans Discussed, and Rehearsal
Held for Victoria Day Entertainment. New Artists Will
Take Part. President Intends
to Retire Shortly.
Twenty-four ncw members were
added u* ilu* roll of the Prince
Unpen   branch  of  the < >verseoa
na I ,i<.'l Dintrict   -District uf Coast iUntf j
Taki* imt ci- that  I, Juhn  1 rafl PtUfiol I'rince
Ruptrt, B. C. occupat un clerk, intni'l to ittb
for la-rmiaaion in purchaae the (0UowId| dcMyM
IfllWBl
Commencini: at a pust planteil ahout thm an
onr-liaK mllea dialant it a anuth westerly .1 r.f! nn
(rum a Mui'i alutlKh frnm Qhf VMt0t| IfllM **n'!t
the .in,, tuuehea the Inillun RflHTWb thfnw
m**--,i B0 chainn, thenc** north 80 chain*. LbMtt
eoat M> chainn, thence anuth SO chainn to pollH n
enmmencement, contuininu *�� 10 ncrea more nr l**-**
Dttad April II, IUll. JOHN IVAN PETERS
Puh. May 13.
Skivna Land Diatrict   -DUtrict uf Coul Raan _
Take nut ce thai Muntock Mcltae of Vancounr,
II.   C���   occupaliun real ealate hroker, latM
apply   fnr  permiaaion  I*   purchane Ihe FoDowIn
��� !'  ini. I landa:
Cummencing al   a  nnnt  plafltfld  OB  llM   tm**_
hank  uf  Kxihumnikt river aheul  Dw milo frnm
it-* cunilueiice with   the  BkMM  ri.er, thrnn ID
anti payers. [ehaina went, thence Hi chaina north, Lheno   10
Sole    i��i.'��nl>    t��T    Hi'WItt S     KUlltwr   chain*  went,  thenee  Oi  ehainn  nurth,  IhwiCi   10
Sl:uit| >��� chaina eaat,  thenee \H) ehainn miuili,  thenre 40
��,,'!, {���r .i...   Victor   llr'iiiiiiiiliiim'Hi rha*n,t r""1, ,h,*fiw' 40 chalna aouth io ;        dI
Agt��nuroi tin    \ ii tor iiraiuo|ti����niij  r(imfm,nC(.mi.lUt containing 380 aeno mon or Iai
ami u COrot, of which We rarry   n   full: |>atod April 11, inn. MURDOCK UcRAE
J.S. GRW&SON
Manufacturing Watchmaken, Jewel
i-ra. Opttcinni and fcnijravera.
Dealer, In Mualcal fnatruments.
Si '������ agenta for th>- Stanley Piano
������,.-���:
Po,ition by Jai>ani->p cook In family or boanlina
llOUSC-.     P.O.  H.a\ -ia| J^J^
Boarders Wanted
~l
4..**���.*���...���...���_.m...*_..
By .vi.. i ..Ti.-.-.i man and wife a. ci��ik anal hr-l|a,.r
In mining camp or country hold.   Aoply 11. I,. | ( lilll 1.1>I   lllullt.      I III'  lllrllll .rl-!li| i
T.. Oplimi.t. .,..: ,   ,      , . .
ol  tin- dull  has increased  very
r,i|iii||y  -inn-  it- organisation   in
March and lasl ni.ulit thc Presidenl
CV1 ,Mr- J. F. McDonald staled lhal
/ arrangements arc short!)   i��> bc
I made t�� have tin- dub incorporated.
I|.ni.-a-...kc,lniianl, and nicely furnlnha-,1 riKim, ...    , , . .'
fi.r three inmon..    Apply Mr,. Jam,-,. Sell ,       I < mI.IV     Hie   \,l||iil|s   .ntlsN   win.
BIiIk.. :lrd An-.. I><lw��-n >lh unl i-lhSla.   KS-tf '     ,
Private Iloart by ,he week or monlh.     B<��, l***   "'    ****   lMr'    '"    thc   VfctOna
i  A^t-lwi^.iia^^.^^vr.^ |M> celebration arranged by lhc
+ ..-imtiii^ QveracM Club, li.-lil ,i  rehearsal
Real Estate j "' 'J*' ^^ !,i,,L   Somo v^
\l i .good talent indeed was represented,
,��� 4. ���,,
K elaaailM advarUMunnt I, a real e,tate ,ale.,
man. and doaa nut otien count enouuh "ti
count ' In the net rtl ill.
Nineteen younir men want,.!
ed in the Hulkley Kooma,
l";a.
lilll'.
Headquarter, fur enamel souvenirs.
What you don't ��*���*��� in our window,
|ili'n��i' iisk fnr.
\V<- have been repeatedly ii.-kiil 'or
Anti-Rheumatic rinns. Wi- have .v
ii i.ii ei- stock <ni hand, colli iiiii-ii. $l.6<)
nny -.in*.
I'ub. May i.i.
Skuena Land District - Dintrict of ('oust
Kange 5
Take notico that I,   Krwl Gorton, of
Prince  Rupert,  B.C.,  occupation farmer, inti-nils to apply for permissioii to
purchase the following described lamls:
Commencing at a post planted at the
Warning:   To Preserve Your Eyesight  northeast corner of surveyed lot 1987,
Don't Miss this Chance
DR. INMAN
i mi.iiI-iii-: Eye Specialiat
of Vancouver, is now at our store.   He I
fits glasaes for all COmplicatl .1 eases of:
defective vision.    Tins is hll specialty;
ilon I fail to see him while lie  is   here.
Satisfaction giiiiniutccil.   Consultation '
free.
If you want lo ran- money Imy  your
Fttrnlture of
J. F. MACDONALD'S
KI'UMTI UK STORK, SECOND ANKNI'K,
NKAK   Mt'HKIliK
who is selling out his full stock reganl-
les, of cost.
II.     P.     atlCRAfl
P, it. c. Brown
iahi.K ADDRESS
��� Rabnac Prince Rupert '
H. F. McRAE &
Agents
Co,
Our Drapery Department
contain, a stork of wid, variety
of materials and prices,    Al iow
ii i_ I j  the yarii and
.   I  plain scrims,
ami plain madraases, nov��
������Ity   curtain   kiwIs.   tap!
I  nets. etc.. ntul. in tin- ready-mad,
I curtains, wc hat, lh, Notting<
I   hams from r^ir tb, pair and Up to
I %\<i.    Rap, Portieres, Tapatry
1 Pottiere, in���� the leading riiadea
I   ami. in sl���,rt.   we   can   ���*!-..    .,.,.
1 the bvneAt ���t ��� W1,u ���i,.,,;������,
ami. amdd ynu n.v u. aompetent
Informatioo on ����ytiii,,K pertain-
lag to ilrnpinu; ���f y,���lr Wi���iI,,wk
H. S. Wallace Co'y. Ud.
Dr. Good., Chinaware, Etc.
I nil..n Sireel and Third Avenue
HEAD OFFICE, PHINCE RUPERT, B.C.
BRANCH OFFICE,  VANCOUVER,  B.C.
Three years experience of Prince Rupert has given us thc experience
anil facilities for handling thc business of a largo anil Increasing
number of out-of-town clients  for whom  we invest  anil   re-invest.
Let us handle your business.
References    Royal   Hank   of  Canada,   Messrs.   R.   Q,   I)i,nn
a;-  Ci
M anted fn.ni ..u-ncr    now  talk   fa.t
Mocka 8,1. SI anal M, aaectlon I; blocb
li. Is an.l 1ft --a-tia.,i.,. ���r In any aw^-H���nif larlc-
i.riBht    .iwi�����...i,,riee. ami lerm. in lir.t
letter.   P.O. Box744. Ios410
F,,rS:,l.j I,,. .. W...U 31. ,ect|,,n 11; I7.il. ch
IZ.".l.i.lmicoi, and 1.'nioniha. L.,t _,. 1,1,. k ||
m-clion il; Wai, ca.h M.Vl. I��l�����.-e f. .nil l:
molilh,.    Apply tollwner, IMI. II... Ut
ita-iii
aufiiTuC dtortly .i> hc will nol be
iirgiiiiisiiiiui  ,i> in- has done ������! g
late.   Tho rcgrcl ���'! lho meeting g
was  expressed  by   Mr.   Bullock
We have a ���...! Iwlldin, lot within a Mock ,.f Mc.   Wcb,tCr-      ^,r-  J     ���''    McDonald   I,
rutiirn  to Prince Kuperi in  time
i For Sale
-~~t for the Victoria  Day entertain-
j ment.
��� -1     Varitmi minor matters were
For the 24th
FUGS, STREAMERS AND BUNTING
���** ���latoS.E^SS'nr^T"
OITice W.nted
".".",'."!,'" .h.i"'' "mn" '!"*���' In office.   Apply to
P.O. Ho* ,r���. ,��..,,..
Money to Loan
a^aa^^,,-^.,.
A cla,��llie<l advcrtl.emcnt will nml you the mon.
ey with which lo put your plan Into effect.
Corporation of the City of
Prince Rupert
Court of Uevl.l.ii, for lhc O.rporation of Ihe nty
of I'rlnre H���perl will |��. |,e|d ,��� |h,. n,y ||.|f
I'lince Hupert. Il.(j, ,���, Momlny, June r.th. Villi
a  I".. el.K-k an,   for the purp���,eof hc���i������ ���,���.
umcry
I   McR\E BROS., Ltd, Sixth St., Phone 78 Red   ��
plalnta nitnlnut lhc Aaacment, an mail
year Hill.
AW Mm .Iclrlna t��� nmke complaint aaainut
1 "' "  A,��-H��mi.|,t, ���,���., ���|V��� ������,,��� ,    wrltlna
.mtina rauaa of c.,mi,lai,,t t��� u,e AjLanar u
!-""n'""    v" v""'l"u"'" ** "'"""' "tteUd
n.      J_fL"*l Tti*" 1 uiii Li
Dllleil ill I'rinre Iluperl, Kg, May l.t, 1911.
S. O. E. B. S.
Ihe   Prince   n���pert U.|Kr,  No. ,11s. Hon, of
\___X. "'���"'r'r'hc lir.t nnd third T������|���.   ���
-arh month In tin, Curpentem Hall, at H p.m
1 f. v. CLARK, sec���
I". O. Hox HIZ. I'rince Itupcrl
and there will be .1 number <>( new
entertainers.
President  J.  I-'.  McDonald al
\1��_\%ZV��___Z !MI "!Kl"'���, ",,,,,|i"K intimated his
intention   in  resign  liis  position
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Range .r>, Coast district, tlu'iuv north 60
chains to a slough; thence wesl 28
cliuins; thence south 60 chains; thene,
east '_K chains to thc |>oinl of commencement.
FRED. GARTON
Dated February 25th, lilll
First insertion Mur. 11
skeena Land Diitricl   -Ilialrict of I'^oaai
Take nolice that lilenn McArthur ol Wncouior,
II.   I'.,  occupation  real   cMatc atti-nt   inleniU lu
apply fur permiaaion  lo  purchaae the (nllo*tne
.1. ,-nl. al landa:
t'ommencn, at a pout planted -10 chain, wa.t
and Ml chain, aouth of the aouthwet corner ul
l/il No. ITS, marked fllonn McArthur', norlh-
wt,l corner, thence aouth 40 chaina, ihence evt
Ml chain,, thence north 40 chain,, thence ttm
SO chalna lo pout of commencement, containing
:i20 acrea more or leaa. . _-....���
Ilaml March 20, 1011.        (il.KNN MeAllTllt II
I'ob. April 10. T. I>. Laird..\����it
aAithc Overseas Club in London
jIcongratulating Prime Kupert ol
|   lhc  fnriiialiiiii   of  a   live' liraiicli
ti'llilli-il    lip..II    I.in] nielli     ,io,I
A lir,t-rnlepr..|,o���li������ which will  Klve a  aleady                ,               '     . "<*."*���    *""l
\i"u     _���'"���'""_���   '���"' ca.h  handle. It     BrF,   COUple   of    tirillllllt; .11 t,>|lIIIs   well-   a
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of the club was re.nl .mil applauded
Another meeting of the Hull will
be liehl on Tuesday evening when
ri'imris of members undertaking
j   lhe s.ile of tickets for the coming
11 entertainment will be received.
Lasl night's meeting was held in
the hall at the Westholme Lumber
Co.'s premises.
ik com.
for the
For row boats and   launches B
telephone  :?20
Boat House.
Kreen.      Davis'
Real  Estate
A number of im* in Section s
have  lieen   turiieil   over   the  lasl
few days by John Dybhaven, ilu-
local real estate dealer.
Born
A daughter to Mr, and Mrs.
G. II. Wall, Summit avenue, on
May Kith.
Wr Will Nol Spend Money Advertising anything bul
Real Bargains
Hth Aee.and Brian Sl.
IIiki Cash   will handle this
lot in sec. 8. The full
price is only t'itHI. You
eaii make a i|iiick turn on
a small investment.
tt$$ will lie iiiiple liy the
fortunate investor in' a lot
ire an offering in section
ii. JfitHI rash will handle
it and Wl can prove that
it i, a snap.
Near Sth Ave. and Kmmeraon Plare
fcKMI- Cash handles one of the
best bujTI ill the cily,
rijfltt on tlie hill where
nearly all of the liest
r.siilences have been
built, a pretty site anil
very cheap, JllfHI.
5th A��e , Near Imanuel Place
$1X3. i5 Down on a $:tir, lot
near Senl Cove, splendid investment well located.
Cor. Sth Ave. and Imanuel Place
$600- (.'ash handles this double
corner. The Cold Storage I'liint has made
corner one of the best
buys in town, as nn investment it is jjilt-
sdgS, and $1011 below
market. $!W0.
cheap Rent Bu.ine., Qoarter,
$25 1'er Month will rent a
building86x40 near .'lid
and lilh Sis., suitable
for warehouse, carpenter shop, plumbing  or
tinsmith.
Haa.a-la.n 1, ila-   Place for YoU
$.MI to $400 a lot will place ymi
in on this nawQruidTrunk
townsite    lorateil   in   the
centre of Pleasant Valley,
which Ih tin Cream of lh,.
Hulkley Valley.
b   Law-Butler Co.
Skeana Und Dirtrict    Dlrtrict ol loart Kanm ���'
lake mil ire that I, J. Harold McKian ol I        '
Kuperi, II. (', occupat on hlack.ni Ua. >'--' '
apply   lor  perm nelon   to   purcliaac  the  [OUOana,
���le.cr Im.I landa:
Commencina nt a im,l planteil about three an.
aa, half mile, d rtant in a miuth we.lirli dlrefllaa
from a blind .|i>ii,h from Obaarvatory ll
the uimi louche, the ind an It.-eerve, lliriio' '*'���'
wi chain,, thence.aouth SU cha na, Ihence aaa ""
cluiiii.. thence norlh SU chain tn !��������� ,'
mencemenl. ContaininK lilll acre, more or MM
l',-. i \w I II. l'.ill.       J. IIAItoLD MaKBAN
Bill, I anil Dlrtrict    Dirtrict ot Caaalai
Take nolice thn I. Alice M. Kniiu*' Ol I rince
llu|a-rl. II. (.*., occupalion marrle.1 Human, int.-n-J
lo apply tor liermiiuion In purehaae IS, louoel",
-li-iriiail land,:
Commencln, at a port planled alinui '""'",'���'"
��nuth and Iwo mllea weat ol Ihe lorku ol "inland Klal riven., llience norlh SO chain". IMJJ
cart SU chalna, thence aouth SU chain", UHH��
Heal   8U chalna. ...   ,.,.,.
Dated April 'ID, 11)11. AI.ICK M. KNOI UL
I'ub. Mav 13. rViinria S. I'rert.ni. AP��
Skivna Und Diatrict -Dlrtricl ol Cas-nar
Take nntice that I, Sydney PtanflUd of Slewiu i.
II. C. occupation cook, intend to apph  '"r '":
misaion to purchaae the following deacriln-'l Inf' -
CommencinR at a poat planled about BWItnua
,oulh and one mile of lho fork, 01 �� Biw
and  Klal   rivera,  thence aouth  SU chain,, I1i'nci
���ml  SO chain,, thence north  8U chain". Ihenn'
eaat SO chaina.  ���.,.,,,
Oii'.-.l April IS, 1911.   SYDNEY KITZl.l.UAl.l'
I'ub. May 13. Francia B. I'realon. \K''nt
Skcna Land Dirtrict -Dlrtrid of ( awiar
Take notice that I. John llobcrl Pace) Ol 1 n""'
Itulierl.  II. C, occupalion  cook, Inlend  U ��\*l*.
Inr iiermaaion lo purchaae tho followinK tmal***
landa: ..
CnmmencinK at a port planled 12) l��" fJS
aoulh and B two mil��� weal of ihe lurk" ol ""
White and Plat rivera, thencc ,outh SU c iai n
Ihence .iu.1 su chalna, thence norlh SU clia.n",
Ihence wert SU cha ne. _ _,.vv
Dale.1 Apr I 211, lilll     JOHN BQBIM   **FJ"_
I'ub. Mai- 1.1. Franc a S. Prcrton, A��cn
Skeena Und Dlalrict���Dlalrict ot Coaal Ilanr ''
lake  not ri>    that   1,   Martha    l-eek,  ot   ��'"
lliipert. II. c, oceupaloo marred woman ���"":"'
'" apply tor permiaaion lo purchaae the [mwwini
daacribad landa: . ,
CommencinK "I a poat planled about tta******
one-half mllea dlrtant in a aoulhwealerly illreclii'���
from a blind alouah from Obaervnlory Inlel ��'"'''
the aame louchea the Ind an Hcaerve. thence eaai
SU chalna. thonce aoulh SU cha na. thence WW '
ihaln,. ihence north SU cha na lo pnlnt ol cum
mencement, cnnln n nK 640 acres mon1 or ln"-.,.
Date.1 Apr I II, lull. MARTHA UmB*
I'uh. May 1.1.
Skivna l.an.l Dlrtrlrl     Dialrici ol Coaiil Itam."' ''
Take mil ce lhal I. Joe Jack ol I'rince llj I' r ���
It. t'.. ocriipallon carpenter, intend lo apl'o.,',1
pemiladnn   lo   purchaae   lhc   lollowinK  di""""
IbiiiIp: ,    .
CommencinR al n poat planted aboul '''/'""''.""n
nne-hall mllea dlrtant In a anulh wealerly dlrecUon
Irom a blind l,.-,,���!, from Ohwrvalory Inlel *****
the aame tnuchea (hc Indlnn Heacrvr llience ea J
SO cha na, Ihence   'nith HU chalna. thencc WW
Heal Katate and Insiiranci
a.aa. Third Ave.	
a n ehaina. thence aouth 8U chalna lo pnlnt 01 ��'m
Pantorium l>i.,���m cleaner,, .Pllonc 4, LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLI ^P 'Tim'M" "m" ���""���jSiTXcK
*L*i-* Pub. May 13,

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