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The Daily News
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
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Prince Runart,. .,��� Friday, 8 a.m,
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'   Pi'iiitessuMflf. Monday, May '_'.!
Vol,. II.   NO. 116
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Thursday, May 25, 1911.
Pkice Five Cents
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A SAD EMPIRE DAY IN
THE CITY OF WINNIPEG
Four Deaths From Drowning Took Place---Cyclone Breaks on the
City  Doing  Damage---Lightning   Storm Puts   the   City  in
Darkness---Rain and Hail Fell Upon a City of Sorrow
and  Gloom---Two  Deaths  by  Drowning Took
Place in Toronto Bay.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Winnipeg, Muy 25.���Empire
Ii.iv HUI, will limn 'u' remembered
in Winnipeg ns a tlay of disappointment, sorrow antl tragedy.
Tlie weather turned from a bright
morning, into a stormy, tempestuous tlay. Before evening a
miniature cyclone was raging, with
rain and hail storms.
Four Lives Lost
Nn less than four lives were hist
among the holiday makers, all of
th. in being drownings. To deepen
tiir pall of gloom which hung over
thf riiy, towards night, in the
height <>f the storm, the lightning
affected tlie electric power plain,
ami fnr half an hour the eity was
in total darkness, with the street
can standing idle in the streets
while ihe storm raged around
tht'in.
Hundreds Saw Them Drown
Tin- tirst tragedy to mar the
day's happiness was the tragic
drowning nf Eber Jones antl Miss
Maggie McLeod in tlie Red River.
just ninth of Kildonan Park. Eber
Joins is the son of Rev. J. P
Joins, pastor of the St. John's
Presbyterian  congregation.    The
young woman is a sister-in-law of
Rev. Mr. Jones.
The young man was foolhardy
enough to row out into the wish
of the steamer Winnitoba, The
frail craft in his unskilful hands
turned over, ami before help could
reach them, the young couple had
disappeared from view. The drowning took plaee before the eyes
of hundreds of people on the
steamer who were unable to help
them.
Cyclone Swamped Canoe
The two other victims were
Ceorge E. Hunt antl his sister
Jessie. They were two of a party
of four who went out in a canoe
from Elm Park in the evening.
While but a little way out from
shore, but in tleep water, a terrific
squall struek them, swamping the
little craft in the seas it raised.
The two companions with them
managed to save their lives by
flinging to the upturned car.oe
till help reached them, but young
Hunt ami his sister disappeared
from view, ami their bodies have
not yet lieen recovered.
Havoc at Norwood
On shore tlie miniature eyelone,
accompanied by thunder, lightning-
rain and hail caused great havoc
In   the  Norwood  section  of St
Hot iface it blew several buildings
tlown, tearing up trees, breaking
V.irdows,  antl  tloing an  immense
amount of petty tl,image. Fortunately so far as is yet learned,
no one was injured ill the storm,
A City of Gloom
Tlu- fierce lightning affected the
electric power, so thai for thirty
minutes the eity was in darkness,
ami the street ears were obliged
to come to a standstill in the
'darkened streets till light ami
power were available again.
Never before in the history of
the eity has a holiday been marked
with such a succession of tragic
ami sorrowful ineidents.
Tragedy at Toronto
Toronto, May 2~i. Empire Day
festivities were niarretl here by a
sail drowning accident on Toronto
Bay. when Oliver Plain agetl 26,
and llazie Hicks were lost through
the capsizing of a sail boat. They
Were half a mile from shore at the
time. Their two companions, both
students of Trinity College, were
rescued after a narrow escape from
drowning.
JAMES BAKER DROWNED
IN THE SKEENA RIVER
Steamer Operator Struck a Rock,  Throwing Him  Off
His Feet into the Raging River   Was Washed
Away and Body Not Recovered
'Spu iai to the Daily News)
Kitselas, B. C, May 25.
James Baker, a deck hand on
the steamer Operator was drowned in the Skeena River yesterday afternoon while passing
Meanskinisht. His body has
not been recovered.
Boat Struck Rock
Baker was standing at the
b��vv of the boat when she
struck a rock causing the boat
to jar and flinging Baker from
Wl feet into the water. With
the rush of water in the river,
M was quickly washed out of
]��ght, and disappeared almost
'nstantly.
*    From Newfoundland
e was a native of  Elliston,
.wfoundland, where his  par-
�����ts   reside.      He   was   about
twenty years old, and   is said
to have an uncle living in Van-
'ouver.
Stoke's ice cream sold at the
��laee [Ce (ream Parlor, Second
wnue, next door to the old
Rceof Hie Optimist, is made from
""''��� cream in Seattle and not
���om canned goods. 2t
Vour dothea will need pressing
uter the holiday, Panatorium dene���   will   do   it.     Send    your
lothesdown to us if you are going
��P river.   'Phone 4. 2t
COMING TO
PRINCE RUPERT
Deputation of British Journalists to Study Canada
An invitation has been extended
by the nonunion Government to
a representative group of British
newspapermen to visit Canada
during the coining summer.
They will come t<> Vancouver
ami Prince Rupert. It is the in-
tentiim of the government to give
the  old  country  newspapermen
a right itlea of the Dominion, antl
bring theni in con tart with Canadians, and by this way obtain
lirst hand the Canadian point of
view.
This trip shoultl also mean
much for the development of a
true imperial feeling, lt is ex-
petted that the result of this trip
will mean a crop of ai tielts appearing in August antl September,
when British polities are tranquil
antl when there is much spare to
spare.
Have you tried the strawberry
iee cream anil the ice cream cones
at the PALACE OK SWEETS,
Third avenue?,'phone 274 2t
{BASEBALL SCORES j
_,***** .* m...*. ..���^.���..1 m,.���_...^..���_rm_.���..���_.^
Northwestern League
Vancouver, 2 Spokane 4;  morning game.
Vancouver 0, Spokane 2;  afternoon game.
Portland 7, Victoria 0.
Tacoma 4, Seattle (I.
National League
Boston 2, Chicago I.
St. Louis 4, Philadelphia 2.
Pittsburg 0, Brooklyn   I.
Cincinnati 1, New York 2.
American League
Chicago 'A, New York 5.
Boston 0, St. Louis 1.
Cleveland 1, Philadelphia 9,
Pacific Coast League
Los Angeles 0, Sacramento 9.
Vernon 3, Oakland 4.
EVERYBODY WAS HAPPY
CELEBRATING EMPIRE DAY
Great  Public  Festival  Was   Held  in  Prince   Rupert  in  Ideal
Weather---All Day Programme of Sports was Held on the
Grand Trunk Wharf---Immense Crowds Turned Out to
Enjoy the Fun---Indian Bands Marched  Through
the Town---Complete Results of the Contests.
Lacrosse Senior
New Westminster 1, Vancouver <���
CONCERT WAS
A BIG SCCESS
Lot.s of Talent in Evidence at
the Concert in the Thearte
ll was not until the curtain
went tlown after the concert last
night given in tlie Empress Theatre
under the auspices of the Overseas
Club that one realizetl there is
so much excellent talent in the
city. Eor over three hours the
programme lastetl ami every number was a tlai dy.
Judging by the applause of the
audience lhe piece par excellence
of the evening was the selection
played by Skidegate band, winners
of the two first prizes in the Contest
There's class to that band. A
neat little speech was made by
the conductor of the band, Arthur
Moody, after the Mayor had
distributed the prizes.
Every seat in the theatre was
filled ami the concert was unquestionably the besl ever.given
in Prince Rupert.
The programme Wits contributed
by Miss Nyland, Miss Ellett, Miss
Mabel Gray, Miss Grant, Miss
Killin, Messrs. Ellis, Fletcher, Bullock Webster, Porter, Russell, and
Elorrie ami Mamie Cray. Skidegate and Kincolith bands, both
prize winners in the contest, played
selections.
Mr. Alex Cray was accompanist.
Brilliant sunshine all day, and
a whole holiday for the youngsters
and the grown-ups guaranteed an
Empire Day worth remembering,
Boys and girls from the baby
stage to the silver-haired variety,
of whom we have a few even in
youthful Prince Ruperl, blossomed
forth in the gayest of fresli summer
attire, and the merriest of moods
Everywhere then bloomed in glory on masculine heads, tite festive
panama, and as for the girls, well,
their radiance was worthy of the
great thiy, and the glorious sunshine.
Morning for Youngsters
For the youngsters' sports the
morning hours hatl been set apart.
Up witli the lark, the indefatigable
members nf the Sports Committee,
hail made sure that all was in
readiness. Thanks to Mr. McMaster the G. T. P. wharf was
cleared for a roomy space. Chief
Vickers waa there active and energetic with a sheaf of programmes
and resplendent committee favor,
and a panama which inspired
deference from mere members of
the mass of merry-makers.
With ribbon favors of every
hue, and  a  holiday good  humor
that carried the whole programme
to signal BUCCCS8, tile rest of the
Committee were here, there, and
everywhere along the course prepared for the children's races.
An hour before the races began
an alarming rumor ran round that
Mayor Manson hatl eloped in a
gasoline boat across the harbor,
and wouldn't be at the races,
But when the Wee Cirls lined up
for the lirst race of the morning,
there at one end of the tape was
the Mayor gleefully spotting winners amongst the group of winsome
little lassies, and manfully supporting .1 crimson Committee Fa-
on the wharf, announced in stentorian tones tile start of the Wee
Cirls' Race which led off the series.
In splendid ortler, antl with
perfect precision, the Indian bands
filed past to their places with
tuck of drum, and shrill of life, as
the tiny tots gathered at the
starting point.
The Wee Runners
Fresh and fairylike in their
spmless frocks, and dainty sashes
the b.ibies made a pretty picture.
But to them it was no decorative
item on the prgramme. They
were there to race and to win if
possible, and race they did.    Like
vor   as   resplendent   as   the   red la small whirlwind the eager little
ensign overhead. I competitors covered the fifty yards
Indian Bands Arrive laml ',1,n,'M ^together broke the
.���.,_ tape    lii-nli-    the    Mayor.       Iwo
Due to start oil at 10.80 a.m. n ,       , , .        ,       .
.     , , ,       .  ,    ! Heeler looted lairies than lhe rest
the mornings sports del a vet   tor ,      ,
,    "���      '       ... . .were a  fraction  of  a  foot  or  so
a short ha f hour ttnti   the martial    ,,,.,��� , ,
,    , , .       ...      ahead  of   their  rivals,  antl  were
strains   of   the   marching   Imli.ut . . . ,r 1
, ,       ,     ,   I seized    upon    bv    ever    watchful
bands ami the tramp of hundred-  ..
,   , , ��� I ommiiiee men.
of   feet   town   I en t re   streel   t;oi ���     ,       , .,,
, ,   , .... Hardworkers All
the assembled crowd going in lhe
spirit of keen expectancy. Then
through his mighty megaphone
Jack Beatty, lirst favorite for the
forthcoming fat man's race, ami
first   favorite a dozen   times over
with the throng of happy children
As starter Rev. W. 11. Mcl.eod
was busj with ihe line tips, and
J. J. Sloan worked indefatigably
taking the names of the winners.
J. Ci. Weston, ami W. Casey too,
CONTINCKIl  I'N   I'AC.K    I
authorities become ;tt the suspected intentions of the party, lhal
the sentries at the Sotithhcad fort
have been doubled, and pickets
have been placed between lhe fort
and the camp of the Japanese,
patrolling day ami night.
The Japanese assert that they
are merely peaceful scientists, bill
the people are firmly convinced
in the face of things that they are
encamped where they are for
other purposes.
II U PALACE OF SWEETS
for pure ice cream. Third avenue,
'phone 274.
Over 3,000 Visitors
It   is estimated  that over  three
thousand visitors came  to  Prince
Rupert to espnd the thiy.
Oh, You Peaches!
And the girls, big antl little,
looketl as sweel in iheir summer
frills and furbelows as the lily of
the valley.
G. T. P. TRAIN BURNS
WRECKED IN WINDSTORM
Street Cars Flung on  Mainline  by Terrible Gust of
Wind Just as Train Came  Up   Engine Men
Leaped    Passengers Had Narrow Escape
injuries.     An    instant   later    the
engine crashed into the obstruction
smashing the fallen cars lo fragments, and leaping the rails.   The
Buy on Sixth Street for $1500
Cash.   H. F. McRae & Co.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
MacC.regor, Man.. May '2;">.���A
Grand Trunk passenger train was
wrecked here today as a result of
a terrific windstorm which hurled
two street ears off their own rails
on to the C. T. P. main Hue just
as lhe traiii was approaching.
Train Crew Jumped
Seeing  the acciden I just in  the
nick of lime, lhe train C��W look
nd   leaned   from   tht
it   chance
le.ipetl
cars following left the mils ant
piled up on the engine where two
of them took lire.
Miraculous  Escapes
By some extraordinary freak
of good fortune not a single passenger was seriously injured. There
were   some    hairbreadth    escapes
THINK THE JAPS
ARE WAR SPIES
Australians Look With Alarm
on Antarctic Expedition
Sydney, N. S., W. May 24.���
This city is in a ferment of excitement over the actions and alleged
objects of the Japanese polar
party under Commander Shirase,
who with his colleagues are suspected of spying out and endeavoring to secure plans of Australian  fortifications.    The party,
compelled   to   retire   from   their
southern expedition on account of
the severe weather encountered,
which resulted in the loss of their
tlogs, have formed a camp close
to Sontliliead fort, and have announced that it will be necessary
to remain six months until more
dogs are brought out from Japan.
So alarmed  have  the  federal
Mr, William 11. Magee, special
correspondent of the London Daily
Telegraph,   and  a  man   who  has
spent most of his life rouhnd  the
Panama isthmus, arrived In Prince
Rupert yesterday for a short visit.
lie will Collect material for articles
which will appear in the London
press   aboul   Prince   Rupert   and
district.
SHERMAN WON GOOD RACE
STIFF THREE MILE RUN
Course Was Rather Bewildering   Some Good Runners
Competed   Holmquist Who Dropped Out Owing to Losing Course, Makes Challenge
The three mile race    lhe event
of the tlay   at yeaterday's sports
was one of  the besl  races ol  iu
kind, aad  well contested.    The
winner,   W.   II.  Sherman,   carried
olT lhe race last year easily.    This
wharf  it  went  up  Rupert   Road,
along   First   avenue   to  Second
Street, up Second street to Third
avenue, up Kulton street lo Sixth
avenue,  tlown  Sixth  avenue   to
McBride,  then down  to Seventh,
year he was chased home closely along Seventh  to Hay.- Cove Cir-
by A. Nicholson, whom he defeated tie, ami back again along (he same
by ;i yard in a neck and neck race course.    The  course  was  only
in    the    stretch.      Sherman    had made known a few minutes In-fore
previously given a taste of his
speed by carrying off the 220
yard dash. He lias a good record
for running af Trail. B. C while
Nicholson has a splendid rcpu-
'lation at tlie longer distances.
The course was rather a complicated   one.    Starting  from   tin
Hying engine escaping with minor in   the  street  cars and  piled   up
railway  cars.     One  or   two  men
extricated themselves only a few
moments before the flames singed
their clothes. The wreckage blazed
up rapidly anil the forward cats
of the train are quite destroyed.
si.nting.     It  measures just   l(K)
yardl over lhe three miles.
While Sherman and Nicholson
were running near the finish, neck
ami neck, a frightened dog ran
.ni.'��� lhe track in front of them,
obstructing lhe runners and causing them to collide together, anil
jarring both. There was some
talk of ,1 protest  over it. but  the
matter was allowed to drop.
S. Holmquist, lhe Swedish run-
ncr, who dropped out of the nice
itlers an explanation that while
leading on the way oul lie got
confused over the turnings, ami
kepi running up Kulton street,
instead    of    turning    onto   Sixth
avenue.    Before be realised his
mistake   he   was   too   far   behind
to    turn    back    ami   attempt    to
overtake the leaden,
Holmquist, makes no accusation
of unfairness as the mistake was
the street while the Dial Palace 1]^ own, but bis friends and
is located. The city is in .1 statei.-,m,patriots have authorised thc
of disturbance still, ami lhe police Daily News lo challenge tbe will-
arc patrolling the principal streets I ,���.,> ,,( yesterday's race to another
fully armed, [contest on the lust of July, when
That Diaz is going lo resign isiHolmquist would be willing to
rilles and revolvers fired on the! certain. He is desperately ill, in Licet them al any distance from
mob killing three persons. 'high (ever, and delirious. 110 mil's to 2G miles.
RIOT IN MEXICO CITY
THREE MEN SHOT DEAD
Rumor That Diaz Would  Not  Resign  Precipitated  a
Furious Demonstration���Govt. Newspaper Build- '
ing Fired   Diaz is Delirious with Fever
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Mexico   Cily,   May   25.    Wild
with annoyance at a rumor which
got  round   thai  President  Diaz
had refused to resign, a huge
crowd   of  men   and   boys  several
thousands strong, massed themselves in front of the "El lm-
parcial" Government  Newspaper
Building here last night and set
it on lire.   The police armed wilh
Hurling   stones,   and   Smashing
windows along die street lhe mob
resisted the police, but dispersed
aftir   a   while.     A   regiment   of
soldiers  turned oul,  antl  gUItided
gHgg^gfcgftMfllMMl t h;e  d ai l y  n E w S
The Daily News
Formerly The 'Prince Rupert Optimist
Publiihed by the Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
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Daily Edition.
Thursday, May 2ti
THE COMING  OF THE INDIANS
Less than forty years ago���well within the lifetime of the good
Queen Victoria whose reign we celebrated yesterday���the coming
of the Indians was heralded as a sign of terror tlown the coast. As
far smith as San Francisco has the word of Wl truing travelled that
the fierce Hydahs in their war canoes wire nut lusting for blood. Within the memory of men now living around Prince Rupert���and in one
c.tse at least, before his eyes���human sacrifices were offered, and human
flesh and Mood devoured upon the sands of the Tsimpsean peninsula.
Yesterday the Indians came again. From Metlakatla, Kitkatlah,
Kincolith, Port Simpson, the Naas River, even from Skidegate in
the Graham Island, the tribesmen came. Clad they were for the
most part, not in war paint and feathers, Imt in smartly dressed uniforms bedecked with gold braid. Armed they were, not with tomahawk and club and scalping knife, hut with musical instruments. Not
in primitive dug out war canoes did they come, but in smart, rakish-
looking fishing boats with comfortable cabins and speedy gasoline
engines. As an anti-climax to the scenes of savagery of forty years
ago, the scene was magnificent.
Rev. Johl! Duncan it was who brought the first set of brass band
instruments into the north. He was the pioneer missionary to the
Indians, and one Indian who lives among us today, James l'earce.
the Methodist miss ary, tells that it was the sight of the good man's
tears as he beheld the sacrifice ol a female slave on the beach at Port
Simpson, that made himself, then a little Indian boy.set apart to Ih?
a flesh-eater, question the righteousness of murder and cannibalism.
With what feelings would that sainted pioneer missionary have
watched thai scene on the wharf yesterday morning when the nine
massed bands of Indians gave a festival of nnisic for the citizens, or
tli.a later scene in lhe theatre when the individual bauds delighted
the audience with selections of such classical music its Gounod's Faust,
tlie overture to William Tell, antl Hartmann's "A Night in Berlin."
What satisfaction woultl it not have given him to have seen men
of the tribes, all well dressed, well groomed, and a model of quiet
and law-abiding behaviour, peacefully strolling about the town.
There is a festival of Empire in progress at tin present moment
in London. In it. witli elaborate stage mummings and trappings, are
represented a succession of scenes, visualising great dramatic moments
and epochs in the life of the Empire.
We need not envy them. In Prince Rupert yesterday we had.
not ;t tinsel .tnd buckram memory of something past: we had th, real
thing in dramatic pageantry of Empire.
The sports, the band contests, the good fellowship and merry
milking these were all very well by themselves. Hut the gnat thing,
ihe significant thing, the Imperial thing, lay in the demonstration
of the advance which the Indians of Northern British Columbia have
made ir. the arts of life, and that greater art of peace.
NOTES DUE
YUKON MAY
OPEN VERY LATE
River Not to be Navigable Until
June 7
Owing to the peculiar conditions
prevailing this year, it is almost
impossible to predict with any
degree nf certainty die probable
date of i'i'- opening of navigation.
It looks now .is if the ice would
����� mn i'i' the lake fairly early,
but tin ri' may not be water
sufficient i" start a through boat
from Whitt Horse to Dawson
before between the sixth antl the
seventh of June at the very
earliest.
Owing to the ice on Lake Le
Barge and the continued rain, the
ice on the Like seems to be in a
rather rotten condition for about
two miles, From tlie head of the
lake there is a strip of open water
for a distance of about tveo miles.
The freighters are having considerable difficulty, ;is the ice is in bad
shape for freighting. They have
still about ;i hundred and fifty
ions to move, and, al though they
will have some difficulty in getting
it over probably il will be all
cleaned up.
HAD GOOD SHOOT
Citizens'  Rifle  Club  Members
Enthusiastic
PRINCE RUPERT
BOY SCOUTS
Have   an   Easier   Time   Than
Their Comrades in Finland
Scouts   in   Pnnce   Rupert
surprised perhaps to learn
HUNDREDS  OUT  OF  WORK
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Nelson, May 25.���All the large
mines and smelters are dosed
down anil will not resume until
the coal strike is settled. Hundreds
of men are thrown out of employment.
A REVOLUTION
IS NOW FEARED
Portuguese may now Overthrow
the Republic
(Canadian I'n- I >���-patch)
London. May '_���>. -Portuguese
residents in London today received
advuees telling of a counter revolution against the republican government. It is staled an outbreak
is iik< |> an) minute.
On   Sunday   afternoon   members
of   the   Citizen's   Civilian   Rifle
Club crossed  the harbor to tlie       l'-
ranges and spent a very successful  JJ     �� ^^ ,��� Finlam
afternoon    there.      Some   capital  U ^^ ^ m^
scoring was done, ami tlie scores   ���
made by some of  the men less '     ���                                .
.         ,.      , ,,���. t  has Liken  the Russian au-
experienced n the handing ��i ""��� . .            ...,,   .. ��� , ,,, ���-ij-B
II thorities some little time to realize
,���,. tlie headway  that  the Buy Scout
ire enthusiastic o\ci  tin '                   ,���.,i.;������   ;,,
. .      ,    ,       , ,             .       ,. movement   has   been   making   in
spirit  of   the  cub  and   tm   pros-
.                . . Finland;   but now that the gov-
peetive competition shoots. ,                    .      ,    ,
1                    v ,.nHif general lias ascertained  the
Dill VI CV   PftAI existence of  the Scouts,  he has
DULALLI    LUAL I administered   a   check   which   is
the  death-blow
rifle were most creditablt
the men
Victoria,
and White.
w ere
Through Telegraph Break
UK
(Canadian I'ress Despatch)
Mav 2.').    Messrs. Weir
lh,. two experts who
recently  senl   oul   by  the
Department ol Agriculture to make
a   comprehensive   study   of   the
agricultural and horticultural con
ditions of the northern coast, have
reported their safe arrival at Haz
elton  where  they  are  outfitting
for tlie season's work,
They report that a large number
up their parades unless they con-|0f Bottlers .ire already going into
to Bend a daily  record of the Bulkley and Nechaco valleys
r doings to the local police. by way of Hazelton, the majority
  of the newcomers being men ex-
FELL TO HIS DEATH nerienced   in   the   cultivation   of
administered   a
LANDS SOLD uuy > >���
to tlie movement in that part ol
</ ���     li    n mi, u.t   the world.    In the probable event
Valuable Property Nearly Lost  ��" ,.    , ,
of the governor general s demands
being ratified by  the bureau al
St. Petersburg, the Boy Scouts of
Finland will  be obliged  to give
SETTLERS ARE
POURING IN
Messrs. Weir and White Send in
Their report
GOVERNMENT EXPERTS
Majority of the Settlers are Ex-
perienctdAgriculturalistsand
Have Their Wives and Families With Them.
To Lease
Lots
22, 23, 24, 25
17
24
14
7, 8
Bloek
8
18
31
3f,
14
Suction
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G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Second Ave..
Limited.
Prince Ruperl, B.C.
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billlarda
Twelve Tables Seconii .Uk
lands, and bringing their wives and
i Duncan Wilkins Meets His End  families with them.
at Nelson
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Nelson, May 23.���Duncan Wilkins. a fitters helper from Revel-
stoke, stepped off the train at
Sicamous this morning while the
train was standing on  the bridge.
and dropped to his death in the
lake below. The body lias not
vet been recovered.
Yesterday's shirts were a great success, It was ,i happy gathering
that basked in the sunshine as spectators, or sweated wiih energy
as competitors in the races at the wharf. Finer weather there could
not have been anywhere in the Dominion, than that combination
of cloudless blue sky, warm sun, and gentle Pacific breeze. It was
a great day.
Keen regret was felt al tin \,\\- .nice last night at learning
that our own Mack did not face thc starter in the fat man's race. For
weeks the st.ih haw been feeling .t pride in Mack's growing propor-
tions. No one had been allowed to interrupt him as he mused, for fear
lest he should worry and go ofl his feed. After having nurtured him
to the point where he might hav, brought honor to his friends ami
glory to the paper, it w.is disappointing to ham that he was an "also
did not ran."
BEAR HUNTER
IS IN THE CITY
Many Valuable Skins, and Two
Live Little Bear Cubs
On Tuesday Alex Yuille arrived in town itfter a spell of
bear hunting up the Naas. He
has some fine skins with him. one
of which a silver tip, he soltl for
His adventures include severe)
scraps with Sir Bniin, and his
si ilps number six. But the most
interesting fKirt of his experience
as the girls think, is the capture
of tWO tiny bears which he has
here with him. They arc in
splendid condition, and already
answer tO about two dozen pet
nanu -.
A ileal has just been cons mi-
ated whereby Mr, I W. Law,
manager of thc B. C. Life Insurance Company, becomes joint
owner with Mr. 11. P. Junes
Mrs. Jones antl M. A, Cullon, in
20 sections of coal lands in the
Bulkley Kiver district. The coa!
crops along Driftwood creek, am
enough work has been done t"
prove that it gives every assurance
of being a very valuable deposit.
The main seam shows lour
feet, seven inches of clean bituminous coal, cappi d by 32 feet ol
coal seams and carbonaceous shale.
The Grand Trunk Railway will
pass within iwo mihs of the
property, and then- arc *" physical difficulties to prevent the
construction of a spur direct t��j
the mine.
The original owners of the property retain a conl rolling intenst.
With Mr. Law they will incorporate and proceed with the developments of their holdings. Al-
dermere, in the Bulkley valley, is
the nearest postoffice, and is ten
mih s distant from the mine.
There is an int,resting bit ol
historv connected with this property, it having been bearly lost
to the discoverers .it one time
through the telegraph line to Hazelton being down. The money
required lor holding thc propcrtv|
Iwas wired in t�� the b��.v.tihiriu|TO    RECONSTRUCT   LORDS
oflice  at   that  place,   bill  arrived 	
three  days  too late,  and  it  was  Lord   Lansdowne s   Bill   Passes
APPLE BLOSSOMS
FOR BRIDES
Prizes  Offered   to  Canadian
Girls who Adopt the Fashion
NEW COURT
OLD STAGER
Prince Rupert s Police Station
Welcoms Its First Case
Windsor Hotel
FIHST AVENUE AT EllillTII STREET
Newly Furnithed and
Steam Heated Roomi
A  KlltST   CLASS BAB   ANI)   DINING
ROOM  IN CONNECTION
RATES 50 CENTS AN1> l'l'
BATHS   FREE   TO   GUESTS
necessary for o re-location t<> be
made. This was attended to last
I January.
Fragrant apple blossoms will
supplant the lime honored orange
(lowers as wreaths for May brides
if the plan worketl out by Samuc
Glasgow meets with as much
favor in the apple districts of B. C.
as il hits met over the bottler.
The   people   of   the   cily   ant
country  of  Spokane  are  enthusiastic over thi' plan.    The Rev.
Picketed to the eyebrows again Dr. Will A. lift ts, pastor of the
after being released yesterday un- hirst Methodist Episcopal Church,
der   promise   to   behave   himself, say he vrill perform the ceremony
John Hill had the honor of being free of charge for the first bride
the first "case" to be tried ill the  bedecked with apple blossoms ap-
new police court.   He was treated pcaring at either his parsonage or
to   twenty  days   by   Magistrate church.
McMullin. Promoters   of   the   plan   hope
to announce a substantial prize
in ;t short time for a photograph
of the best house or church wedding decorations fashioned with
apple blossoms awl Mr. Glasgow
says: "Personally I will present
a purse of gold to the bride winning the first prize. This competition is open to every woman
ROBT. ASHLAND
P.O. BOX 37
Hotel Central
Second Reading
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London. May 26.���Lord Lans-
SKIDEGATE   PASTOR   HERE downe's bill for the reconstruction
  e.f the House of Lords passed iis j��� ,|u, United States ami Canada.
Rev. J. C. Spencer of Methodist second  r,.,u|j���g without  division,     "There  is  likely
Church Returns after War Secretary Haldane had >.;,;,,.,  frum  ,|u,
announced  that  the government
would not decide against it.
Cor. Pint An.
__. 7lh Slrrrt
European nml American plan. ttma*
Iii'IiLhI. modern convenience*. lil.lv*
$1.(10 to Kl.fiii i"'i tiny.       :
Proprietor
..Grand Hotel..
WORKINCMAN'S HOME
Spring Beds, clean Whits Bhasti 25c
Rooms 50c
BEST  IN   TOWN   FOR   THE   MONEY
J. GOODMAN, Proprietor
VICTORIA   CAFE
Lunch ntul Mmi* nt nil hours; Lunch !'��� .
Mral�� 25c up-Conw nml Sit
VOU CAN  tlKT  A  KMtAKK  MKA1. ANY  TIMI
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TO TEACH FRUIT GROWING
Rev. Ur. J. (*. Spencer, pastor
of the Skidegate Methodist church,
is in I'rince Kupert today staying
at  the Premier Hotel.    He is tm j
his way hack to Skidegate Iromj Mr.   Percy  French   Receives  a ,, , ,
the   Methodist   Conference   just        Government Appointment
ended at Vancouver. 	
As tin presini Methodist church       (Canadian Press Despatch)
to   he   oppo-
orar.gc growers,
who may feel ihey have it monopoly on the wedding wreath flowers,
hut I tlo not In lit ve it will lie se
rious, its tiv life of the apple
blossom season is not more than
days in the spring, after
which orange blossoms may lie
worn hy bride and bridegroom."
FOR   SALE
Tw., Il���x lull Alleyn. 12 feet Ion :  Wall
ef����e nn.l e.uinter, chair*, card ulala��. ���
'.-'������ i .a ������   the ..nl iii fnr quirk rate. Apply
H. E. ROSS. EmpreM Hotel 1'i.al 9t**
Third Avenue ��� Prince Rupnl
S.S.  INLANDER
Advertise in The Daily News
National league ball players are
picking Pittsburg to win the pennant. If the Pirates have the
good fortune to "come back" the
world's series, m.iy be a repetition
of two years ago.
��� .���FOR��� ��� ���
HAZELTON
WKDNESDAY, MAY 21
al Skidegate hat been purchased     Victoria, May 26.���The appoint-
by the Government to be used mint is jusi announced of Mr.     Manager Moffat of the Oakland
.is ,i school tor Indian pupils, it Percy French, a graduate of the Wheelmen,  has offered   Battling
will  be necessary  for  the con- Ontario Agricultural  College, as Nelson an opportunity to "come
gregation to arrange for the build* assistant horticulturalist attached back" in a match, with Willie
ing  of  ,i  new   church,  and   the to thc B. ('. Department of Agri-1 Ritchie,   the   king   of   the   San --
work   will   probably   be   put    in culture.     His  districl   is  nol   yet; Francisco   lour-rountlei'.-,   and    is!
hands very s,IOn. assigned to him.                           I expecting it reply from the Battler. H. B. Rochester
Take the fast light-draught strum-
er Inlander for HtStlton,
Agent
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Uncle Jerrys New list
Carpenten ar,. getting busy on reel-
��� ill over '.mn hut even wiih this
building activity it will be .wins tins
before tho demand for dwelling I
snd apartment! can be nippUed it it
i.viT i-, becsuii ol the number of new
people arriving with the object ��i
mtKlnghomMhere, My correspondence
upon this itibleet vaith penla now on
���Ait, outside le oonsuntly Inaeeilne
wi i mak,. un eepedel eppeel ,,, thoee
iiiiviim kpinraeme ��n<i hou?,.* u, rem
witv,''vnet;,:;r;n,,n'"""��',y * **��
RESIDENCES   FOR   RENT
&&����&  ,S"v"n '"'n��l���..l room,
wahslorehelo*.    AWgain.
*15 yer month.    Two room house   un-
m*9mmV\2�� - ******
$15 per month.    Cabin, 18 x 12.    siov,.
Jeremiah H. Kugler
$25 per month.    Five room cottage, pl-
iMirid.   Water.
$40 per month.    Fbfflf rm rr.f, hath unci
toilet   Furnished $50 pa month. -'���
$15 per month,   Four   room   cottage
near McBride.   Running water.
$25 per month.   Two story, four roonw.
Pertly lurnblied.
$25 per month.    Kive   room*.     Water
not    laid on.
$22.50 per month.   Knur   rooms  in  a
douhip hou��,..   Papered ami well
Dntnoo,
$30 pat month.   Two     nory,     N.VPn
room-     Hath  ,���������,  ,)U,   ������,   rnn.
I *20 -fStSSSt 'n,r,, r,*,mf- ,,ar,,i
' *25 KtWL .T*," ",,r>-'r,v" ��ow>.
1 mi       y """'^"i.   Qerden,
$35 (H-r month     Si, rr���,m,       , ,    .
|     UWOCnh  ��
WHY PAY RENT?   BUY A HOME
$2,500    Huys  five room  hotw in Section  6.    Kasy  terms  of  payment
can lie arranged.
$6,000    Huys  double  apartment  DOUM
in  Sertion  6.    Terms  can  be  arranged.
$5,500    Huys   nine   room   house   wilh
basement,     lint   and   cold   wat or.
Modern eonvenieoose. Time payments arranged.
$5,180   Huys elegant eight mom bungalow.    Four fireplaces. Hath.   All
modern oonveniencos.
$300    Huys five room house on Reserve.
$2,700    Huys (our room house in Section 6.     Modern conveniences, including bath.
$3,000   Huys   seven   room   house   in
Bastion 5.   Modern conveniences.
i  $2,625   Huys  two  nory  house, seven
I rooms, in .Section 1.
$3,500 Ruys house and shack in Sectinn 1. Three rooms, kitchen, basement.
$3,000 Huys two story nine room
home in Section (!. Rath. Telephone.   Price $6,576.
$1,000 Huys two story,five room house
in Section 7.   Price $l!,;!60.
$1,000 Huys two story, seven room
cottage in Section 6. Ruth. Price
18,000.
$1,000 Huys five room house on Seventh
Avenue.    Trice }'J,600.
$800 Huys well finished four room house
in Beetlon 5. Hath, closets. Price
$2,700.
BUY A LOT AND CET  RICH
$100   Buys two lots In Section 8,  Price
$600.
$400 Huys six hits at Seal Cove. Price
$1/200.
$400 Huys lour hits near Seal I'nvc
Price $225 each.
otaal tationUT KVa���,
feiSiSiSISiSSffiSISSiSS^^^
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$100   Ruys two lots in Section 8. Price
$500.
$200    Ruys two lots in Section 8. Price
$475.
$800   Huys lot in Section 1, easy terms
for balance.   Price $11,750.
$840   Ruys lot in Section 6.   This is 8
snap for cash.
$550   Ruys two lots in Section 6.   Kasy
terms for balance.
$600    Huys   lot   in   Section   G.     Price
$1,025.
$400    Ruys lot in SecUon 0.   Price $850.
HOW ABOUT ROOMING HOUSES?
$500   Ruys furniture and lease for twn
years of ten room house.   Toilet and
bath.
$800    CASH.    First payment on $4,200
rooming house, 20  x  100, '_ slnry
and   basement.     Ralance   payable
$100 monthly.
$725    Huys furniture and .'t  1-2 years'
lease 01 rooming house in  Section
1.    Rent $45 per month.
ng house on Third
Avenue. Nine furnished rooms, all
rented. A snap.
$1,800 Ruys large rooming house. Close
in. Finest ploi e in eity. Should
clear   $100   tn   $150   per   month,
Investigate this.
"ASK UNCLE JERRY"
We have also a hotel proposition
worthy nf coiisideratinn, several business
opportunities, stores tO rent, boats for
sale and 10 forth.
Thero has hem a surprising demand
recently fir farm lands up the Skeena
��nd in tbe Hulkley valley. We have
��� large amount of acreage, carefully
���elected, all the WSV from Kitselas to
Francois hake, with full descriptions
of the character of the soil and so forth
I'lie price at present is low, running
from $10 an acre up, Some of the land
is partly cleared and has farm bindings
on it. You should certainly look into
this.
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|   $425
nuy�� Tw��� l.���u  in  Section
Thl�� in n 111k Snap.
Second Avenue
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���*����;��:��:;;:;;:��:��:;j:;}:;j:y:��:��:;;:��:"j:��ii�� THE   DAILY    NEWS
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LYNCH BROS.
I     General Merchandise
Largest Stock
\   Lowest Prices  in Northern  B. C.
*������*-���	
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WE - HAVE - FOR - SALE
(CROWN CHANTED)
Section 9
Township 1
Range 4
NECHACO VALLEY
PRICE:- $15.00 PER ACRE, EASY   TERMS
This is an excellent section and was one of the lirst to be
staked in the Valley.
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers and Financial Agents, Prince Rupert
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| = THE COSY CORNER = j
I  DEVOTED PRINCIPALLY TO THE INTERESTS OF WOMEN  |
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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 ladies uf Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed thut "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
Social Notes
Miss L. Holmes, niece of Cap-
lain T. M. Smith of the City
Police Department, is in the city
at present paying a visit to her
uncle, She is returning shortly
to her home in the East.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
f*,.it laml Di.irict -Dirtrict ol Cout lUnxe 6
Ilk.   MUM Ui��1   '���!���"-    M.ar.acra I   l.llll-a  ol   VlC-
lora. tl. l ., occupation hounk��*'|Har intuntlii to
il(ai> (< r |a.rtnuiion to purrhui. I lie following
d��CTii.-al Uu.ln.
. .a aa ,- ,l :i |ioct plantod at thi' north cut
aa a; j! i.i Mir... thi'iiet* ��U chaina wmi. thonce
M **__ laaauth. thanco UU chalna wuat to T. L
. __*** itliout so chama norlh to  laki-lai*
thtl f.-iicr nuaanJi-miB aaid rivur up alnnm in
IIMthMMril alin-clion to ijikclac Ijikc. thonco
:-...  ;��� ���   .: aauij lako lo |M��lnt ol commoncoinont
.:   a'ail una, mora or Ivm.
I'..: ij.��-..i^I M. M. tl., N. E. Corner.
Datad ><>> 14,1911.
I'ul,. March 4.
MAItY   MAIii.Mil.1' llll.t.lS
. ...j.. Uad Iii-ixici Dialrici ol Coaal llangr V
... i.aaiin. llutt Jack Bedford ol KoiKnloy,
1 - .ra. . aj .1. occupation ovor-lookar, in-
���-���'.. io utajaly (or purmiaalon lo purehris* tlie
fa. nr ,: t/mmtvmi lamia:
j _m ai a ikwi planted ai a point In lho
i.auiaalary ul timber limit HhJiiy and in
.... a-.-'iaa;,  limit ol lol SSSS, Range 6   Cout
UMlfcL *l.i-rr the Hid limlla Inlrrwcl, thanco
. n   .    -.ulla-rly  limil ol  lot  :WMI  ilun��aial
. a ,-j [: alfi,un UioriHil in an eulerly d��>>ciion
maarr or linm to the ��Taterly  Itt. it ot
SMI, iliotic.. |aa aoutherly itirvilion
.    ,   ti.   la.l  mm! limit!  llmll   11   chaina  n.ore
arkw l.a I'.,- mtnherly limit ol limber limn :tli77.'>,
. ..a lorly direction along th*. Itu. men-
��� l ..-a. i -all rla.m. num. or Iom to tho wulprly
' :.:;.Nr limit .1X1'-*.,, llienei. in a norlliorly
11 rliaina more or leaa to the point ol
f  ���' ��� 'a, *___,
��� .--i. s. IUll. JACK UKDKtllll)
i.i   '.l.rrhliS
��� - Iai. i Dutrict  -IHaulct ul Cuaal llangr
.- > ia. nee ihat I, Clara May little ol I'rince
.  II.   C, uccupation animator, intend   lo
....   '������ r  i-rniuaauin  tu  purchaae  tne  lolluwinK
. I landa:
-'..-.iii; at  a pnat planted at the nurth
-���.r ..I l/it 17:15, lUnjo S, Cout Ilialrict
Mat   tu chaina,  thence nurth 2S  chalna
a-   a��,��i   .11  chain' thonce north  '.0 ehaina
i' M ttm* In chaina, Ihence aoulh 46 chaina to
*-*H  .4  comminci-niont,   containing   112   acrea
���ate ot tna.
Iiunl April I, l��IL CLARA MAY LITTLE
rub. April 14.
r...r.. Land Dutrict���Diatrict ol Cout llanite 6
Take notice thai Kldon S. Detoiler ul llertln,
cm ' (acrupation doctor, intenda to apply   lor
prrmiiaH.n  to  purchaae  the  lollowinK   doacribed
��    -
Commencing at a pool planted at thc aouth*
'..: r ���-., ,4 u,i lu'jn. thence eut So chalna
saaas ,, \.*m, thencc aoulh 46 chalna mora or leea,
��a 111) chaina more or leea, thence north
l'. ctaaina more or leu to point ol commencement
MilaintiK 140 acree more or leaa.
'���leal March 111, 1911    LLDON S. DKTWlLKR
I'ul.. April 16' John Campbell. Agent
j   .-l!.a-a,ra      1 a, ���, it I ..| (  _-   j ar
i.i.iin- lhat I, Thomu MacRovern ol
-:..*:i. It l ., occupation minor.lntend to apply
W PWi.KaM an lo |>urclia�� I he following dcwnlxil
���mm
"r.cInK at a pout   planteil  on   Ihe  ri��h(
I Hi  \aan river alaout tour mika* above the
-   Sean ri\or, thence aoulh SO chalna,
-ii chaim,,  thence north  SO  chaina,
-<a chaina In polnl ol commencement,
. ' ,i* aclva more or leea.
THOMAS MACtiOVKKN
March t*. mil. Sidney Frank WriKht, Aft
�����'���  May li.
a I ml Di.trict    Dialrici ol Caaaiar
��� lhal I, Percy Francia tiinlonralh
S''��art, II. C , occupation Journalist  intend to
HmWaa   to  purchaae  the  lollowinK
. ,a.|.
��� nt  �� I-- i  i>Ui,n.i  on  the riKht
'"���   Nn��. nvor aboul   m mllea above
'< Niai river, thonce aoulh HO chaina,
-.' rhainn, Ihence nurth SO chaina,
' rliain* lo ajKiint ul commoncement,
 mon- or lew.
I'KIICY  r'HANCIS taiDKNIIATII
it, ISU,  Frank Sidney WriKht, AkI
I ��!>��� M -s 1,
��� I ml DL.trirt -DUlrict ol taieiiar
.   Hj.ii  I. Jamoa Millar Johnrion ot
1   . aai-rupatinii atorekeilH'r, Intend to
���   |-rmiMikin  lo  purchaae  the   lollowinK
I   Uiaalaaa
' ' .- al a poal   planted aboul nno mile
i'i Um  Naaa. rivor and about nine miloa
>a< "t lhe Naa�� rivor, thonce north SO
������   <*>i,  m chaina, thence  aouth  80
l.ain,. th.ra.-i- aa.i N, chaina lo point ol nminiwe
" m.contaiidnifl ne mora or lap,
,        JAMKS MII.I.AK JOHNSTON
'.?. "I, U"- '-������ ���''**���   t'"**!** SIJ'"'>' Wlilht, Agt
* Un.l Di.trici    Diitrict ot Coaal  ItaiiKe 6
���   laaatir..  iha,   1,   Charlie   A.   Vaughan   ol
Itupert, ll. t ., aeeupation merchant, intend
PW lot permlaaton to purchase the lollowini
allied lamia:
TommoiioiiiK al a nu.l i Uialoal on tho aouth
___ ���     K,r!"'""'il" llivor and ahout lour mllea
.rom n, conll.i,,,,,. ��i,,, Um Skeena lllver, Ihence
'" *-i a,r,, r,���, ,hmrr N��� ch,|nt m>rth   lhcnrr 80
Cham, mat, Ihence ml rhaina aouth to point ol
icnmmenci-mei,t. coniaininit f.10 acrea mure or Iraa
Da  ..II Apr,llll, ||||    clfAKI.KS A. VAUUIIAN
Puh. April ���_���].
Sl���na Land DIHrlct-Diatrlct of Coaat
��<���; notice thai 1. Mm. John Corlejr of Prince
... ' V    ���""���"I'atlon married woman, Intenda
ilal.ly ta.r l.ernai.,1,,,, i��� purchaae the followinK
,eral,,.,| un,i,_
Ommcnrini, ���\ a poM plantnl 40 chaina eaat
���'I i -" chain, ,..,uh imm the ,outhwoat corner of
il .1.1. i ,.��,t lli.trict, HanKeS, thence aouth BO
" ''*' St**** **** *" rhaln.. Ihenre norlh SO
aina, thenoe we.t |a, rhsln, m,m nr |���, ^ t|w
I   "t  loiumenremenl, containing  S20 acrea
re aar lo���.
a.eM���r.2o.T'D',0"N,,-OU,f,CORLKY
���h. Apr. 4. lit!
I lake nntice lhat Mary Hell llwton ol Vancou
K't__ V"."""Wton aplnaler. Intenda to apply
I mir '     furel"�� ***��� blowing deacribed
1 .<i"~^r".cl7,"t * I""" tmrnttt at the north
1   Ml, ni   III",',   Vm' **"���*>���* **>*-*-** 30 t***!***
_t ,h��������� \m* ������"""*���"�� ��h��ln�� ���***- S 6"
��� hen��� in ^ " '"l 3" ""*"��� """** *�� *A>* *m**l,
lot  ��1��    lh      '""o""1'   <*"""*  'in   ""��"   "<""��l   l"
1 rll? ih "'o^�� ��h"l��� '��t. thence *i. chaina
1   "'   ^" 2.�� ,Cf"ln" f**  **  P��lnt   "I  **
frlfiart ""'���      MAfi^LL UEATON
.SkrrnA I ..imi Uintrlct-Dlitrict of CaHlkr
Taki' not km- thnt I, John  MflkmaM uf  I'rinco
HuiH-rt, B.C., occupation hotolkccpor. intends to
-u-i'li ft>r iK<rmiii>ion  to purrlmnc thc fullowincr
ii. ��� .iil-.ll landa:
CummcnritiK at a pont planted throo nnd nm*-
haif tnili-i* in an easterly direction from tho point
on N.i i Kiver where the Lava Lake trail betrins
nnd ono mile In a northerly direction from the
Mtid LftVM Lake trail, thencc Miuth einhty >���hains.
thence went Nl chainit, thence north 81) chainn,
ihenre MSt R chain* to point ��f commencement,
nmtaininir ��� ���' ' acrt>a.
l��iti.- leh :i. inn. JOHN Mt'DONALD
I'uh. March lo. lOMpfa Belway, Airent
Skoona Lain! liiMni't    HiMiti'i of Caasiar
Take nntiee that I Andrew Cumminiis of Vancouvor. B.C.. occupation cook, intends to applv
fnr ponnisslon to purchase the fnllowinii descril>-
ed lands:
Commencing at a post planted three and ono
half null - in an easterly direction from the point
��� ���n Nil- Kiver where the Lava Lake trail berths
near tho trail, thence west 80 chains, thonce south
80 clwlns, thence easl 80 chains, thence north K0
chains to point of commencement, containinK G40
acres.
Dato Keh. *%* m\. ANDKKW CUMMINGS
Toll. Mar. 10. Joncph Belway, Auent
Skwna Land District -District of Coast Ilangc V
Taku notice that Kdlth Aliw Crowtlier ol
IkJct, Yurkahlru, Kngland. occupation spinster,
intemls to apply (or permission lo purchase the
following dcacrit>cd lands:
CommencinK at a post planteil at the south east
r.'.ri.i r of surveyed lot .i:*'.*\. Kange S, Coast District, ihence north along thc easterly limit of the
said lot 35 chains more or toss to the southerly
limit of Lot ytthft. lUnge b, coast district, thence
���ast alonl the southerly limit of the last mentioned
lot 60 chaina to a point, thence In a southerly direction 36 chains parallel tn thc said
easterly limit of lot 3991, ihence In a westerly direction 60 chains more or In* to
the polnl of commencement containing 210 ua.-.
morv or lea-
EDITH ALICE CKOWT11KK
Dated March H, 1911.
Pub. March 2;
Skeena Land Mistrict���District of Queen Charlotta
Islands
Take nolice that (ieo. IL Laus of I'rinco Kupert,
B. C, occuiiation harbor. Intends to apply for
I- ��������� -.-. I-- i to purchase thu following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted about seven
milos west and one mile south from the mouth
��� ���I Stanly Creek, Nadan Harbor, ihonco aoulh 80
chains, thenco west 40 chains, thenoe north HO
chains, thenco east 40 chains.
Dated March 17, 1911. GEO. II. I.Al'X
Tub. Abril 22. Numa DcmersJAgent
Skeena Land District-District of Cassiar
Take notice lhal 1 Bolcom McDonald of  Prince
Rupert, B.C., occupation laliorer, intends to ap
ply for permission to purchase the fullowinic de
scriliod lands:
Commencing at a posl plantod throe and one-
half milos in an easterly direction from the point
on Naas Kiver where the I*ava Lake trail begins
and ono mile In a northerly direction from the
said I >-.i I *-���<��� trail, thence north 80 chains,
thenre west *������ chains, thence south HO chains,
thence east chains to point of commencement,
containing MO acres.
Date Fob. 3. 1911. BOLCOM McDONALD
Pub. Mar. 10. Joseph Bdway, Airent
Skeena ljind District���District of Cassiar
Taka nolice lhat  1, James Webster Esplin of
Stewart, B.C., occupation    auctioneer. Inlend to
apply for pcrmiwiion to   purchaae   the   following
'it-mi- \ lanili:
Commencing al a post planted on tho right
bank of tho Naas river shout nine miles above
the forks ol the Naaa river, thence south 80 chains,
thenco west 80 chains, thence north 80 cnains,
thenci1 east 80 chains to point of commencement,
containing Mu acres more or lew.
JAMKS WEBSTER BSPUM
Dated Mareh -I. It'll. I'unk Sidney Wright, Agt
Pub. May 17.
Ska na Land District���Disirict of Coaat Rang 6
Tak* notica that Ranjamtn Ru*sal Rlea of
Princ* Rupert, B. C, occupation waltar, Intonds
Ui apply for parmission to purchaaa tha following
��� le-rrtl*-! lands:
Commencing at a posl plantsd 65 chains aouth
from tha south aast corne of Lot 3060, thence 70
chains west, thence 65 chains north, thenea 70
chains east, thence 6K chaini south to point of
commencement: containing 46t acres, mora or
h��� Post marked B R. ll. S. E. Cor.
Dated Keb. 13, ".Ml
Pub. March 4. BENJAMIN RL'SSEL RICE
Skeenn Land District-District of Coast Range 6
Coast District
Tako notice that Wm. Lttllf of Rapperton, B.C.
occupation Government Guard, intends to apply
for permission lo purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at rt pnt planted 40 chains west
and 110 chains south of the southwest corner of lot
No 1733, range % coast district,marknl Wm.Leslie,
N.W. cot ner. thonce south 4't chains, thonce east
80 chains, thenco north 40 chains, thenco west 80
chains to poll of eommencemenl, containing 320
acre-i more or less.
WM. LESLIE
T. D. Laird. Agent
Dsted March 20th. 1911
'ub. April 29th, Mil
Skeena Und District-District of Caasiar
Take notice that I, Charles Frederick Metcal
of Stewart, B. C, occupation fn-ighier, intend to
apply   for  permission  lo purchase the  following
descrilied lands:
Commencing al a post plsnted on the right
bunk of the Naaa river ahout six miles above th*
forks of the Nau river, thenci' south 80 chains,
thenco west 80 ehains, thenco north 80 chains,
thpnee east KO chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acrea more or less.
Datod March 25, 1911. CHARLES K. METCALF
Puh. May 17.      Frank Sidney Wright, Agent
Skeena Land District    Wg^SfflKl   of
Take notice that I.   Bertie   Mwto   BiMtj   g
Hlewart,   II.  C  occupation   plumber.   ��������,��
apply  for permission to purchase  the  following
descrilied lands: .i.niii ono mile
Commencing at a post planted g���^?^
north 3ranS-*W ^'uer upstream
almvr the Inrka ol thr- Naa, m��� 1
thi-nrr north 80 rhaina, thenw ���'��"' "VK. (5
Ihonre mitt HO chain,. '^"^^Vio a'r��
point   ol   commencement.   cnnlninina
more nr Ion. m-mtmt KHWIN I1AIKIKR
..��,���. March M.I."V"rank Sl.lniy Wrl.ht, A,.
I'ub. May 17.
NEW COLLAR SET
How   to   Make   These   Pretty
Dutch Collars Yourself
The i^irl who likes to lighten
;i dark costume with dainty frills,
should nniki' herself one of the
sets of roui'ilitig Dutch collar and
cuffs in plaited lawn.
The frills are made of line white
lawn or dotted muslin, and are
cut three and a half inches wide
for the collar, and two inches for
the cuffs.
M; rk the edge in a liny scallop
with ;��� spool of two hundred cotton-
and buttonhole in white or colored
mercerized cotton in a shallow
line. When finished sew into
eighth of an inch side plaits and
si ,v into narrow band the right
length to (il around wrist and neck
The frill lails softly from the band
or in the sleeves may be inverted
and turned back, being caught
at ore side wilh a lace pin.
Instead of arranging in plaits,
which are hard to iron, the frills
may be run in thread tucks to
give the fulness. This model is
good for high turnover effects and
for the Dutch collar.
made into a smooth paste to
thicken tlie milk sufficiently, and
adding a lump of butter.
A PLEA
Coffee Cake
Take two quarts of bread sponge
add   one   well   beaten   egg,   half
cup of good lard, one cup sugar,
a little salt and cinnamon;   mix
Why come asking me to share
Foolish   doubts   thai   (ill   your
mind,
Needless worries that ynu bear,
Hate or fear that you peer
Into every nook lo find?
Why come asking me to sigh
If you have no hearl for glee?
If the sun has left your sky
Why presume to spread gloom
Over other men or'tne?
Take your foolish cares and go,
If you will cling to dismay;
But if 1 may cause the woe
To depart from your heart
And teach gladness to you, stay!
���S. E. Kiser
SASH STYLES
THIS SEASON
Charming Return of a Pretty
Feature in Dress
However the sash be used, it is
always graceful, always feminine,
always charming, and upon the
thin dainty materials of the summer gowns it will be used to
produce very pretty and attractive
results.
Fichu effects are very popular
this season, and deservedly so,
since it is a style almost universally becoming, and very often
the sash is used in fichu form. The
sash ribbon and gauze or chiffon
are arranged over  the bodice to
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For Stewart, Sundaya, 8.00 a m.
For
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Victoria
AND
Seattle
Mondays and Fridays at 8 a.m.
as. Prince Albert sails for Port   Simpson, Nans Kivor Points, Mssset,
Nation Harbor,   every  Wednesday, 1.00 p.m.
and far:
Refuge Ray,   Skidegate,  Queen
Charlotte City,   Lockeport,   Pa-
eoli, Jedway,   Ikeda Bay,   Rose
Harbor  and  return  via  Queen
Charlotte City every  Saturday,
1.00 p.m.
The  Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent and convenient service of luxurious trainB over its
double  track route  between  ChicaRO,
Toronto,   Montreal,   Quebec,   Halifax,
Portland, Boston, New York and Philadelphia.    Information  and tickets  obtainable from the oflice hereunder mentioned.   Trans-Atlantic bookings by all
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i<ir^��l^�� i-^t>^t i-^��r%,��rws��'^.i ��-^.����,K.��l|li^��
Chicago, St. Louis, Cleveland,
and Huston have not won a game
from Pitcher Ross of the Highlanders since the beginning of the
season of  1910.
The handsome Hartney cup,
offered for competition among the
| professional lacrosse dubs by Mr.
C. T, Hartney, is an attractive
piece n( silverware. The trophy,
which is a perpetual one, will go
to the team scoring the largest
number of goals during each season,
Pitcher Jack I'fi'ister's days with
the Chicago National League team
iire apparently numbered. Manager Frank Chance announced that
all the National League clubs
had waived on the southpaw and
the probabilities are he will lie
released to the Louisville American
Association Club.
Canadian Pacific Railway
jS   Sj| SUMMER EXCURSIONS
���FROM���
PRINCE RUPERT
ANIl III 11 lav
Sl. Paul ('."a.a
Chicago 1H2.611
^^^^^^^^^^^^     Now Yurk. ..1SI.M
For full particulars call on or wrile
J. C McNab General Agent
AMa III TIIIN
Winnipeg HMO
Toronto  117.10
Montreal 122.60
Coast to Coast
OCEAN TO OCEAN
Tickets   To   All   Points
ROGERS' Steamship and
Railway Agency
Second Ave. Phone 116
By winning the Keinpton Park
Jubilee Handicap Bachelor's Double, the properly of Sir (ieorge
Murray, stamped himself as one
of the greatest handicap horses
of the age. He won the race
carrying the heavy weight of eight
Stone eleven pounds. The heaviest
burden ever carried to victory
in this event was that in lV.Hi.
when Victor Wild won with nine
stone seven pounds in lhe saddle.
Mike Dunlin may join the Boston Rustlers. Mike has been out
of the game two years, but he
claims that he is slill there as a
hitter.
The conclusion of the English
football season has been dramatic.
Manchester United have for the
second time become the league
champions, wilh Aston Villa the
ruuiiers-iip, or exactly the same
relative positions as in 1907-08.
On tMcli occasion the United have
earned 52 points.
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EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE    :      :
For nil kuuls of help, cooks,
waiters, dishwashers, hotel porters, iill kimls of laborers or mechanics, call up
Phone No. 178
or call ��t the
Grand Hotel Free Employment Office
lleuilipiiii'tiTS I'or cooks ii waiters
ROGERS & BLACK
-WHOLESALE   UEALKIIS  IN-
Building  Material,   Cement,   Lime,
Hair-fibre Plaster, Coke, Blackamith
Coal,  Common Brick,
Pressed Brick
Shingles, Lath, New Wellington Coal
ALL 0RDBB8 PROMPTLY KILLED
See Us for Prices.
Phone No. 116
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DKUGG1ST
Phone No. 200 P. 0. Box 580
I'RINCE RUI'ERT. B. C.
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, ,   Cll^r^(*��eom|^!t���t*��� Mock of Draft.   Sp^ial   X
, |       nttrntinn paid to tilling preffcriptiont.       X
!! Theatre Block Pram No. 79 Second Ave. +
LINDSAY'S BORAGE*""
I'.. T. P. Transfer Agents
Orders promptly titled.   Prices reasonable.
OFFICE-H. B. Rochester. Centre St.    Phone Ss.
Reilly's Bakery Lunch
[Empress Theatre Basement
Cor. 2nd Ave. and 6th Street
Groceries
Provisions
Fruits
Vegetables
��� ������
C7C7C71
V^
Innl
We have just received a
large shipment
of
Christie's
Over 100 different kinds
2nd and McBride
Telephone No 187
STALKER & WELLS
���llllllllllllllllllllllllllll
,uul let rise; now roll out in sheet,
cover with melted butter, cinnamon, and sprinkle with sugar
and when light press wilh a spodn
deep holes and fill with thick
sweet cream and bake at once.
Delicious; and warmed over only
improves it; not so good cold.
KITCHEN NOVELTIES
New   Invention  to  Help  Busy
Housewives
Among the new inventions might
be mentioned an egg-poacher which
poaches eggs three at a time in
cup-like receptacles;   also a new
Cereal cooker, long needed���broad
and Hilt, wilh dish for water, tigh
cover and side handles, This is a
great Improvement on the double
boiler on account of thc large
surface exposed tO the heat.
A new kind of steel knife cleaner
is fastened to the table and turned
by a handle. It is made of two
discs, and flour of emery by
turning the handle is conveyed
to the discs. So far as variety of
choice goes, there seems no excuse
for any housekeeper goingwith out
proper working utensils.
POACHED EGGS
Did You Ever Try Them With
Rice?
Have ready some nicely boiled
(or steamed) rice. I'oach thc
eggs carefully in boiling milk (with
a little salt added), then place each
one in the ccnlrc of a mound of
the rice. Sprinkle the eggs with
salt and pepper, placing a small
lump of butter on each one; garnish wilh parsley. The milk may
be made into a sauce and served
with the rice and eggs, if desired,
by   adding   enough   white   Hour
give the desired effect, the sash
ribbon lieing tied in a large flat
bow, either at back or front, as is
found most becoming.
One beautiful evening gown of
mousseline and lace had a gracefully draped lichu of lace caught
at the left side and held by a sash
of delicate heliotrope that extended
down the side and terminated in
a large rosette. On thc many
white and black and white costumes this season the sash will
often be used to add an effective
touch of color.
An example of its use in street
costumes was seen recently in a
very smart suit of blue serge
made with a short Eton-like jacket.
This sash w;is of black satin and
finished the high waist line, falling
iu long, straight ends at the left
side in front, the ends finished with
black bead tassels.
W. L MARKER
Architect
Second aveiue and Thinl street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
MUNUO  A   I.AII.EY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
LEFT NURSE A MILLION
Crippled   Athlete   and   Broker
Left Fortune to Housekeeper
New York, May 24.���By the will
of Walter E. Duryea, the crippled
athlete and broker, filed today, the
bulk of his fortune, estimated al
12,600,000 goes to Miss Eleanor
Peregrin, a trained nurse who
acted as his housekeeper for the
last twelve years of his life. She
is given 850,000 outright, 180,000
in trust and a house in Montclair
N. J., and all the residue of the
estate after certain legacies have
been   paid.     Ilir   total   share   is
thought to be 11,800,000.  Walter
Duryea broke his neck in diving
in August, 1808. Hc spent the
rest of his life in a harness bill
managed  his affairs with  great
shrewdness.
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:- AUDITORS
Law-Butler Buildinp      I'hone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 351
ALFREO CARSS,   C. V. BENNETT, B.A.
of 111 111 ��� la I 'a .1 a i iial.in of K.C I In Ur 1... SSS-
utail Manitoba Rsrs. kntrhewsn   snd  Al
l-a a I a Ilsrs.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc
Office-Exrhnnir*' block, corner Third svenuc snd
Sixth street. I'rince Runerl. i
No less than thirty players are
balling belter than .MM) in the
American association and an even
dozen are clouting for .400 and
over. OtiaClyraer, Billy Hallman,
Del Howard, Fred Carlsch and
l'hil Sitton ;ire ex-I'iratcs iu the
charmed circle of club swingers,
while Ham Hyatt is about ready
to force his way into select society.
\ Rochester 6*
\ 7 * Monroe
v Ladysmitm
l      ' * Coal
V-V&.I-
\;    Phonen5
Packcy McFarland has agreed
to meet Mal Wells, the British
lightweight champion, in a ten-
round bout to be staged in Milwaukee early iu June. The lighters have settled upon 133 pounds
at 3 o'clock. The date will probably be June 9.
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., U, D. S.
Dentist.
Martin Sheridan announces he
has competed for thc last time
in the all-round championships,
and that he is content to leave his
present world's all-round record
nf 7.38") points for others to shoo
ill. Martin has not the time nor
the inclination to go through another long seige of training necessary to fu himself for an all-round
championship.
===E.   EBY   i__   Co.=
l:i \l.   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
kitsumkalum ���       ii. C.
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All   member* of  the order in thc city
are requested to visit thc lodge.
G. S. JOHNSTONE, N.G.
H. MORTON. Secretary.
For the first  time this year an
.American owner captured one ol
the   big   events   over    the   Long
Champs course.   Colonel Millard
lliimsickei's    Holide   II   won   the
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All alenul operation* (tkilfiilly Irested.   (iss snd I .,,.     , ,   ���         ���                ^^^^L����   .nn
locsl snssthcllcs sdmlnlstered for the Dslnlens es- I fillies lrl.ll    pri/C,   Worth    Sll.llOl)
traction of teeth.       ConnulUtlon flee.      Offices ��� ' ^^^���
llekcrson Block. I'rince Ruoert.                  11-12
F. W. HART
UNDERTAKER A EMI1A1.MER
RTOTK   COMri.KTK
HANDASYDE   C&  HURT
m.l.NT.a:    FOR   STEEL,    MACHINERY
...ANIl    CONTRACTORS    Bl'rri.lEB...
from a good field.    The distance
was one mile and Bolldell finished
a length in fronl of \V. F. Lalman's   Magazines :: Periodicals
Utile's NEWS Agency
Newspaper!
P. O. Box 436 - Office 3rd and Fulton
l.a Hec.isse anil Walbiirge. which
finished second and third respectively. The betting was 12 to I
against  Bolide II.
CIGARS
::   TOBACCOS  ::
G.T.P. WHARF
FRUITS
P. O. BOX 2.1
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
PUPIL OF WM. FOXON, ESQ., A.R.A.M.'l.ON., I'.NO
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE    AOENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Read The Daily News
I     Owen Moran. the English light-
I'rince rupert|weight, who is matched with Wol-'
gast for 25 rounds in  'Frisco on
July  Ith, has an unusual record,
Although   he   has   taken   part   in
ninety fights he has never suffered
a knockdown.    In the recent battle with McFarland at the Fairmont ,\. C.| some ol the spectators
thought  that Moran was Hound
by a punch on the jaw in one of
the early rounds.   Moran, after
the bout, s.iitl that he slipped in
avoiding ,i straight left (or tht
chin,   Mid   lost   his   balance.     In I
this he was corroborated by Mr-1
  Farlatul, who declared thst he did
not land  a  hard  blow   and   thai
H.H.Morton   -   3rd Ave. I Moran, in breaking ground, tripped!
FOR SALE
SIXTH  STRKET
PRINCE RUPERT
Fruit   :   Produce   :
WHOLESALE
Feed
Lots fi and 6, Hlock 2N,
Section 1.
$nn0fl. 25 per cent, cash,
balance 1, 2, 3 years,
7 per cent.
GEO. W. MORROW
1076 Nelson St., Vancouver, B.C
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r\*r.    A rlpnn ^itort.   t,a��ll��'����>vpry
afternoon.     Nrwmnn  Hlock,  Ih��-
twrcn Rth nnd Tth Stn.
TBO MoBRipdH.    PropHttOf nml Manner
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Daily Edition.
Thursday. May 26
THE COMING  OF THE INDIANS
Less than forty years ago- well within the lifetime of the good
Queen Victoria whose reign we celebrated yesterday���the coming
of tlie Indians was heralded as a sign of terror down the eoast. As
far soutli ;is San Francisco has the word of warning travelled that
the tierce Hyilahs in their war canoes were out lusting for blood, Wilhin the memory of men now living around I'rinee Rupert���and in one
case at least, before his eyes human sacrifices were offered, and human
flesh and Hood devoured upon the sands of the Tsimpsean peninsula.
Yesterday the Indians came again. From Metlakatla, Kltkatlah,
Kincolith, I'ort Simpson, the Naas River, even from Skidegate in
ihe Graham Island, the tribesmen came. Clad they were for the
most part, not iu war paint ami leathers, lml iu smartly tlressetl uniforms bedecked with gold braid. Armed they were, not with tomahawk ami club and Bcalping knife. Imt with musical instruments. Not
in primitive dug out war canoes did they come, but iu smart, raki-h-
lookiug fishing boats with comfortable cabins and speedy gasoline
engines. As an anti-climax to the scenes of savagery of forty years
ago, the seem- was magnificent
Rev, John Duncan it was who brought the first set of brass band
Instruments into the north. He was the pioneer missionary to the
Indians, and one Indian who lives among us today, J.unes I'earce.
the Methodist missionary, tells th.it it was the sight of the good man's
tears as he beheld the sacrifice ot a female slave on the beach at I'ort
Simpson, that made himself, then a little Indian boy,set apart to be
a flesh-eater, question the righteousness of murder ami cannibalism.
With what feelings would thai sainted pioneer missionary have
watched tii.it scene on the wharf yesterday morning when the nine
massed bands of Indians gave a festival of music for the citizens, or
thai later scene in the theatre when lhe individual bands delighted
the audience with selections of such classical music as Gounod's Faust,
the overture to William Tell, antl llartinann's "A Night in Berlin."
What satisfaction would it not have given hint lo have seen men
of  the tribes, all well ilresseil, well groomed, antl a model of quiet
and law-abiding behaviour, peacefully strolling about the town.
There is a festival of Empire in progress at the present moment
in London. In it, wilh elaborate stage muniniings antl trappings, are
represented a succession of scenes, visualising great dramatic moments
antl epochs in lhe life of the Empire.
We need not envy tiiem. In I'rince Kupert yesterday we hail,
not a tinsel ami buckram memory of something past: we had the real
thing in dramatic pageantry of Empire.
The sports, the band contests, the good fellowship and merry
making these were .ill verv well by themselves. Hut the gnat thing,
the significant thing, lhe Imperial thing, lay in the demonstration
of the advance which the Indians of Northern British Columbia have
made in the arts of life, and that greater art of peace.
YUKON MAY
OPEN VERY LATE
River Not to be Navigable Until
June 7
Owing lo the peculiar conditions
prevailing ihis year, it is almost
Impossible to predict with any
degree of certainty tlie probable
date of the opening of navigation.
It looks now .is if the ice woultl
Hi, out nl' the lake fairly early,
but there may not be water
sul'licieiii to Start a through boat
from White Horse to Dawson
before between thi' sixth and the
seventh of June at the very
earliest.
Owing to the ice on Lake Le
Barge ami the continued rain, the
ice on the lake seems to be in a
rather rotten condition for about
two miles, From the head ��>f thc
lake there is a strip of open water
fm a distance of about two miles.
The freighters are having considerable difficulty, as the ice is iu bad
shape for freighting. They have
>till about a hundred antl fifty
tons to move, and, although they
will hive some difficulty in gelling
il over probably il will be all
cleaned up.
HUNDREDS  OUT  OF WORK
(Canadian I'ress Despatch)
Nelson, May 25.���All the large
mines   and    smelters   are   closed
down and will not resume until
the coal strike is settled. Hundreds
of men are thrown out of employment.
A REVOLUTION
IS NOW FEARED
NOTES DUE
Yesterday's sports were a great success. It was a happy gathering
that basked iu the sunshine .is spectators, or sweated with energy
as competitors iu the races at lhe wharf. Finer weather there could
not have been anywhere in the Dominion, than that combination
of cloudless blue sky, warm sun, ami gentle Pacific breeze. It was
a great day.
Portuguese may now Overthrow
the Republic
(Canadian I'ress Despatch)
London, May '2.',. Portuguese
residents in London today received
udvuecs telling of a counter revolution against the republican government li is stated an outbreak
is likely any minute.
BEAR HUNTER"
IS IN THE CITY
Keen regret was felt at the News oflice last night al learning
that our own Mack did not (ace ihe starter in the fat man's race. For
Weeks the Staff have been fi-cling .i pride in Mack's growing proportion-. No one had bein allowed io interrupt him a- he mused, for fear
lest he should worry and go on" hi- feed. After having nurtured him
to the point where he might have brought honor lo his friends and
glory to the paper, it was disappointing io ham that he was an "also
dill not ran."
Many Valuable Skins, and Two
Live  Little  Bear Cubs
On Tuesday Alex Vuille arrived in town after a spell of
bear hunting up the Naas. He
has some fine skins with him. one
of which it silver tip, he sold for
168.
His adventures include several
scraps with Sir Bruin, and his
scalps number six. Bui the most
interesting part tif his experience
as the girls think, is the capture
of two tiny bears which he has
here with him. They arc in
splendid condition, and already
answer to about two dozen pet
nanit -.
HAD GOOD SHOOT
Citizens'   Rifle Club  Members
Enthusiastic
On Sunday afternoon members
of the Citizen's Civilian Rifle
Club crossed the harbor to the
ranges and spent a very auccessful
afternoon there. Some capital
scoring was done, and tlie scores
made by some of the men less
experienced in the handling "I the
rifle were most creditable, .m'l all
lhe men are enthusiastic over ihe j
spirit of the club and tin' prospective competition simois.
PRINCE RUPERT
BOY SCOUTS
Have   an   Easier   Time   Than
Their Comrades in Finland
BULKLEY COAL
LANDS SOLD
Valuable Property Nearly Lost
Through Telegraph Break
A deal has just been consum-
ated whereby Mr. F. W. Law,
manager of the B. C. Life Insurance Company, becomes joint
owner with Mr. 11. 1'. Jones.
Mrs. Jones and M. A. Cullon, in
20 sections of coal lands in tin'
Bulkley River tlistriet. The coal
crops along Driftwood creek, and
enough work hits been done to
prove that it gives every assurance
of being a very valuable deposit
The main seam shows lour
feel, seven inches of clean bituminous coal, capped by 32 feet of
coal seams and carbonaceous shale.
The Grand Trunk Railway will
pass within two mihs of the
property, antl there are BO physical difficulties to prevent lhe
construction of a spur direct to
the mine.
The original owners of the property retain a controlling inlensl.
With Mr. Law they will incorporate and proceed with the developments of their holdings. Al-
dermere, in the Bulkley valley, is
the nearest postofficc, and is ten
miles distant from the mine.
There is an interesting bit of
history connected wilh this property, it having been bearly lost
to the discoverers at one time
through the telegraph line to Hazelton being tlown. The money
required for holding the property
wits wired in to ihe government
office ai that place, but arrived
three days too late, and it was
necessary for a re-location to be
made. This was attended to last
January.
Hoy Scouts in Prince Rupert
will be surprised perhaps to learn
iii,u tlieii' organisation in Finland
i^, not welcomed by the author-
ides.
11 has taken the Russian authorities some little lime to realize
die headway that the Boy Scout
movement has been making in
Finland; but now that the gOV-
.riior general 1ms ascertained the
existence of the Scouts, he has
administered a check which i-
likely to prove the death-blow
to the movement in that pari ol
the world, In the probable event
of the governor general's demands
being ratified by ihe bureau at
St. Petersburg, the Boy Scouts of
Finland will be obliged to give
'ieir parades unless they con-
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-eul   to  send a  daily  record
their doings to the local police.
FELL TO HIS DEATH
SETTLERS ARE   T0 Lease
POURING IN
Messrs. Weir and White Send in
Their report
GOVERNMENT EXPERTS
Majority of the Settlers are Experienced Agriculturalists and
Have Their Wives and Families With Them.
ress Despatch)
Victoria,
and Whit'',
were
(Canadian l r
Mav 25,    Messrs. \\ eir
the iwo experts who
recently  -cut   out   by   the
Department of Agriculture to make
a comprehensive study <>f tl"'
agricultural and horticultural conditions ot tiie northern coast, have
reported tlicir safe arrival al Hazelton when they are outfitting
for tlie season's work.
They report thai a large .lumber
of set thi- are already going into
i 1 the Bulkhy and Nechaco valleys
by w.iy "i Hazelton, the majority
of the newcomers bang men experienced in lhe cultivation ol
lands, and bringing their wives ami
Lots
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Prince Rupert, B.C.
SKIDEGATE   PASTOR   HERE
Rev. J. C. Spencer of Methodist
Church Returns
Advertise in The Daily News
National league ball players are
picking I'ittsburg to win the pennant If the Pirates have the
good fortune to "come back" the
World's series may be a repetition
of two years ago.
Rev. Dr. J. C. Spencer, pastor
of the Skidegate Methodist church,
is in Prince Kupert today staying
al lhe Premier Hotel. He is on
his way back to Skidegate from
the Methodist Conference just
ended at Vancouver.
As the present Methodist church
;it Skidegate has been purchased
by the Government to be used
as a school for Indian pupils, il
will be necessary for the congregation lo arrange for the building   of   a   new   church,   ami   the
Duncan Wilkins Meets His End  families wilh them.
at Nelson 	
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Nelson, May 23.���Duncan Wilkins, a filters helper from Revel-
sloke. steppetl off the 11.tin .it
Sicamous this morning while the
traiii was standing on the bridge,
ami droppetl to his death in the
lake   below.     The   body   lias   not
vet been recovered.
APPLE BLOSSOMS
FOR BRIDES
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English anil American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND Aw
Prizes   Offered   to  Canadian
Girls who Adopt the Fashion
NEW COURT
OLD STAGER
Prince Rupert's Police Station
Welcoms Its First Case
Windsor Hotel
FIltST AVENUE AT EIGHTH BTRBBT
Newly Furnished and
Steam Healed Roomt
A  KlltST   CLASS BAK   ANI)   IHNINli
ItOOM IN CONNECTION
RATES 60 CENTS ANI) UP
BATHS   KltEE  TO   QUESTS
R0BT. ASHLAND
P.O. MX .17
Fragrant apple blossoms will
supplant the time honored orange
llowers as wreaths for Mav brides
if the plan worketl oul by Samuel
Glasgow meets wiih as much
favor in the appl.' districts of B. C.
as il has met over the bonier.
The people of the city ami
country  of  Spokane  nre  enthu-
  siastie over  the plan.    Tlie  Rev.
Picketed to the eyebrows again Dr. Will A. Betts, pastor of the
after being released yesterday un- First Methodist Episcopal Church,
tier promise to behave himself, says hc will perform the ceremony
John Hill had the honor of being free of charge I'or the firsl bride
lhe first "case" to be tried in the bedecked wilh apple blossoms ap-
new police court, lie was treated pearing at either his parsonage or
to  twenty  days  by   Magistrate church.
McMullin. Promoters   of    the    plan    hope
to annour.ee .i  substantial  prize
TO    RECONSTRUCT    LORDS ;��� :l ghort time for a photograph
  of the best house or church v.etl-
Lord  Lansdowne's  Bill   Passes ding   decorations   fashioned   wiih
Second Reading apple blossoms and Mr. Glasgow
says:    "Personally   I   will   present
(Canadian Press Despatch) ., ,mrS(. ���f R()|d t() the  bride win-
London, May '25��� Lord  l.ans- ���jng   ,|R,  nrM   1)rjZ(.     'n,is ,������,,,.
downe's bill for the reconstructionLetjtion is open to every woman
of ihe House of Lords passed il- j��� t|���, Inited States ami Canada.
second   reading  without   division,!     ..Tlu.n.   ;g   [{M     ,���   ,)(,
Hotel Central ��3 &-&&
KlUmwil nnd Americnn liUn, ftrwn
h rut rtl. modern oonwnltnw.  Kate*
I 1 t-a tu ::.���" per tiny.
Proprietor
..Grand Hotel..
WORKINCMAN'S HOME
Spring Hi'ils, clean White Shorts  25c
Rooms 50c
BEST  IN   TOWN   FOR   THE   MONEY
J. GOODMAN. Proprietor
VICTORIA   CAFE
Lunch nnd Meals nl nil limit-. Lunch K
Mmi* 'iite tip-Come nnd Bn
YOl* CAN OKT A HMl'AHF HKA1. AM   TIM
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after War Secretary Haldane had 18ition  fr���m  ,,K, ^ grower8i
announced  that  the government who may fee, mey have a monop-
would not decide against it. j 0,y ������ ,hc weMng ���,.,..,,,, R(mQn
_~ -,-..... ���....-, ___.__......- but I do not believe it will be se-
TO TEACH FRUIT GROWING r.^   ���   ���,..  ,if|i ()f   ,,���.  J|ppli.
blossom season is not more than
thirty days in the spring, after
which   orange   blossom-   may   be
worn by bride and bridegroom."
Mr.   Percy  French   Receives a
Government Appointment
work
hands
will   probably
verv soon.
be   put
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Victoria, May 26. The appointment is just announced of Mr.
Percy French, a graduate of the
Ontario Agricultural College, as
assistant horticulturalisl attached
to the B. C. Department of Agri-
in culture. His district is not yet
assigned  to him.
Manager MotTat of the Oakland
Wheelmen, has offered Battling
Nelson an opportunity to "come
back" in a match, with Willie
Ritchie, the king of the San
Francisco four-rounders, and is
expelling a reply from lhe H.itihi
FOR   SALE
TV.. Ilnx Hull Allry*. 42 fi-l I""*': w��ll
ciiim. ntul counter, rhnlm, canl l��t.l��-��. 11'
WO ttkMth.OUtflt for quick mIo. Al'l'l)
H. E. ROSS, BmpnM Hotel Pool U">m
Third Avrnur ��� Princr Rupnl
S.S.  INLANDER
...FOR...
HAZELTON
WEDNESDAY, MAY 24
Take the fust light-draught steam-
er Inlander for Hsstlton,
H. B. Rochester   -   Agent
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Carpenten nre getting busy nn rosi- i
dencel all OVSf town hut even with this   j
building activity it will be mme time
before tht demand f"r dwelling houses
nml apartment! can be supplied if it  '
imt li, because <>f the number of new  :
people   iirrivint!   v.i'li   the   object   nf
maidnghomet here. My correspondence i
uiiiin this itiblect Vaith partlet now cm I
the   outside   is    constantly    increasing
���o l main, un especial appeal to thoee
havnm apartments and bourn to r,.nl
or t���r sal,. t��� Immediately Mat tt,..m
*itn Vncii' Ji-rry.
RESIDENCES  FOR   RENT
Mo ptrmbO.  Seven [undated room,
******* ***** bttoW,    A bargain.
sis pet month.   Two room house *���*_.
feraUhg with beeemstt!   l'C".
ITI'll.      v\ altar.
$27.50 pet month.
ptaatatad,
$15 pet month.
Five room cottage,
vv. Wit.
CaWn,Wtij,   siov..
$25 per month.    Five room cottage, plastered.   Water.
$40 per month.    Four rooms, hath anil
iiuin.   Furnished $50 per month. /
$15 per month.   Four   room   cottage
near McBride.   Running water.
$25 per month.   Two story, four rooms.
Tartly furnished.
$25 per month.   F'ive   rooms.     Water
not    laid nn.
$22.50 per month.    Four   rooms   in   a
dOUDM  MUM.     I'apered   and   well
Btuaned.
$30 per month,   Two     smry,     seven
rooms     Hath  mom hut   not connected.
$20 tier month.   Three rooms.    Partly
furnished. '
1 artly furnished.   <;llrd,.n.
$35 per month.   Bis rooms and hath.
Seven rooms and hath,
"tinniilnw, f,iUr r,���>mi<
$35 per month
$35
per month
11 uth
Jeremiah H. Kugler
-  mgalow, f,,L
Hot and sold water.
|     51600 Cash
WHY PAY RENT7-BUY A HOME
$2,500 Huys five room house in Section   8.     Kasy  terms   of   payment.
can hc arranged,
$0,000 Huys double apartment house
in Section 6. Terms can be arranged.
$5,500 Huys nine room house with
basement, Hot snd cold water.
Modern conveniences. Time payments arranged.
$5,180 Huys elegant eight room bungalow. Four fireplaces. Hath. All
modern conveniences.
$300    Huys live room house on Heserve.
$2,700    Huys four room house in Section 5.    Modern conveniences, including hath.
$3,000    Huys   seven   room   house   in
Section 5.   Modern conveniences.
$2,625    Buys  two  story  house,  seven
rooms, in Section 1.
$3,500 Buys house and shack in Section 1. Three rooms, kitchen, bale-
ment.
$3,000 Huys two story nine room
house in Section (i. Bath. Telephone.   Price .$5,575.
$1,000 Huys two story,five room house
in Section 7.   l'rice 12,260.
$1,000 Buys two story, seven room
cottage in Section 5. Bath. l'rice
$11,000.
$1,000 Buys five room house on Seventh
Avenue,    l'rice $2,600.
$800 Buys well finished four room house
III Section 5. Hath, closets, l'rice
$2,700,
BUY A LOT AND CET RICH
$100 Buys two lots in Section H. l'rice
$600.
$400 Huyn six lots al Seal Cove, l'rice
$1,200.
$400 Buys four lots near Seal Cove,
l'rice $225 each.
$100   Buys two lots in Section ��. Price
$600.
$200    Buys two lots in Section 8. Prion
$475.
$800    Buys lot in Section 1, easy terms
for balance.   Price $:i,750.
$840    Buys lot in Section 6.   This is a
snap for cash.
$550    Buys two lots in Section 6.   Easy
terms fnr hahtnoe.
$600    Buys   lot   in   Section   6.     Price
$1,026.
$400    Buys Int in Section 6.   Price $N60.
HOW ABOUT ROOMING HOUSES?
$500    Buys furniture and lease for two
years of ten room house.   Toilet and
hath.
$800    CASH.    First payment on $4,200
rooming house, 20 x  100, 2 story
and  basement,    Balance payable
$100 monthly.
$725    Buys furniture and I) 1-2 years'
lease of rooming  house  in  Section
!���    Bent $46 per month.
$700 Buys rooming house on Third
Avenue. Nine furnished moms, all
rented.    A snap.
$1,800 Buys large rooming house. Close
in. Finest place in city. Should
clear   $100   lo   $160   per   month.
Investigate this.
"ASK UNCLE JERRY"
We have also a hotel proposition
Worthy of consideration, several Inisiness
opportunities, stores to rent, bouts for
sale and io forth.
There has bet n a surprising demand
recently f,;r farm lands up the Skeena
Snd in the Bulkley valley. We have
a large amount of acreage, carefully
selected, all the way from Kitselas lo
Franooll Lake, with full descriptions
of the character of the soil and so forth
Hie price at present is low, running
from $10 an acre up. Some of the hum
is partly cleared and has farm bindings
pn il. You should certainly look into
this.
Buy  Plulni   Mm
-Rrppnlor Ht>.,|>
"Ask Uncle Jerry"
|   $425
Iluyn Two Lots  In  Soctlo
Thil l. u Big 8n��l>.
Second Avenue
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Genera/ Merchandise
Largest Stock
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WE - HAVE - FOR - SALE
(CROWN CHANTED)
Section 9
Township 1
Range 4
NECHACO VALLEY
PRICE:   $15.00 PER ACRE, EASY   TERMS
This is an excellent section anil was one of the first to be
staked in the Valley.
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers and Financial Agents, Prince Rupert
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= THE COSY CORNER =
DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY   TO   THE  INTERESTS   OF   WOMEN
This iB a little section of the paper, which from day to day will bu devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
Social Notes
L, Holmes, niece of Cap-
M.  Smith  of  the City
)epartment, is in the city
i  visit  lo her
irning shortly
Miss
tain T
Police
ut present paying
uncle,    She  is  ret
to her home ill tlie K;ist.
UX1> PURCHASE NOTICE
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
jtaa Und Dutnct -DUtrict of Cowt lUng* 6
[fell     ttai thai Mary MaraKrt'l Gillia of Vlc-
tor*. K v , onoMtion hoUM>kivper. intend* to
apply for iwiuimiun to iturrhtw tho following I
dnCTiNM Itadt
Iwr.twnri.'.i: tl a |m��i planted at tht* north cut
eonwrol Ut .*:*>'*. thence -l> chalna wwt, thonco
iv ctxr.* xiutti. thence ��0 chaina woat to T. L
fii*;, thenw .(ti. it  mi chaina north to  Ijkelne
Skeena I .an.I District-Diitricl of Cassiar
Tak** notice lhat I, John McDonald t��f  I'rinee
Rupert, B.C., ��������� <���>-.] iitn-ii hotelkeeper, intends to
imply fur permiaiiun  to purchase  thc followinR
lien it��>t landa:
ri'Miint'ii.'itii' at n post planted three nnd one-
half milos in an easterly diroction frum the point
BB NtU Kiver where the Lava Lake  trail  betrinn
r.-ltTitii; imiii river up at roam in    and one mile in a  northerly direction  from th��
tMithr*��:<r|. direction to lakelse Lako, thenco ; said L;i\;i l,ake trail, thencesouth eighty chains,
Bwr-drtii.t: Mid lake to point ol com me ncoment
IM arrva. moro or le*i.
tat Mdnd M   It* ���!.. N  *-. Corner.
MM i*. i'.'ll.
ft   Uuth 4.
MARY UABOABR OlLLtt
iit-tmt Ut.J Dt'trtct   Dutnct uf Coa>t Kane* V
iM  i !>;it   Jack   llcdford   of   Keitthloy,
l,  occupation  over-looker,   In-
tfCtb to ��i'i''y lor pormiMiun  lo  purchrt-v  the
Uoattf dtwnWd latnla:
I a) * post i land <l at a point In the
ttoaq  ol timber limil ClKlli'J and in
���  I. mi  u( lut  ;ISHJ��,  Uange 5   Coant
Unlnn, IM the Mill  limit*  interact,  thvncr
���tag (far Mtuttierly limit of lot  ;tHMi ktomuud
ud ibr pmjectiuti thereof in an euterly di-octlon
:  \\m* to the weaterly Ut.it of
ii   U.iui, thencv in a aoutherly dimtiun
- .tmned  limit   11   chaina more
r!> luml of timber limit StTTBt
,. direction along the last men-
"U rl.an.* more or let* lo the easterly
lBn9| tlience in a northerly
tJw.tu:. ll chains more or low to the  poinl  of
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JACK BBDFORO
Ur.i District    District of Coait lUnge
D I, Clara May Uttle of I'rince
h.   ( ,   ���   . .|-.iti.-ti  aiitnhtvr.  intend   to
W i-rnit)��ion  to purchase  the  following
I DOM plantod at thc north
Mi M Lai IVl'i, Kange 5, Coaat Diatrict
��*���". 4o chain*, thenco north 25 clmina
MM .tt chain thencc north 2t) chalna
������ft In chaina, thencc aouth 4o chalna to
I  cn'ini.incitneitt,   containing   112   acrea
H-nlt. l'Jll.        CLAUA MAY LITTLE
Land Ih.tiict    District of Coaal llange 6
���   I I.Ion S. iH-tuilrr of Hcrlin,
WpaUua doctor, intenda to apply  for
M  t"  portbaai  the  following  deacribod
I���MiH at a |M��t  plantisl at  lho south'
' im 1:-J.\ thence eaat :'������* chalna
��� ci smith 4b chaina mor�� or ���>������*.
m**-ur %*i* .nt (���hums inure nr leaa, thence north
���'������: losa to point of eommoncoment
fc��'f ra itn sere* more or leaa.
WftMMarrl. :il, Itfll LLDON S. DKTWlLKR
'������Apnl I- John Campbell. Agont
i 4i I lu-dnrt    District of Caaaiar
"  ���    tl.ai    I.   Thomaa   Macgovern   of
,.���   ..
is   Macgovern   of
���r.lntena to ��pply
n < ., occupation mine
to [WWhaai the following de��crili>ed
I  pod   planted  on  the   right
Ht Naas rival about four mikw altove the
Hvtr, thenre nouth W chaina.
i*m  HI ChaiM, thenn- north hO chaina,
* chaini to (toint of ctimmenct-menl,
1W0 arrv* mora Of leaa.
1 IHtM \S MACtitlVKKN
IMI   M.lmy Krank Wright, Agt
|'< -ral     1 n.i net of Cassiar
that "   '
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l'err> Kranris (itnlenrath
���oeupattOB journalUt intend lo
00   to   purchase   the   following
.x\ ���     '   .i   pool   pUnted   on   lhe   right
river about  aeven mllea above
rivar, thenre 11. Ml chaina,
UiaMi  north  ht)  chains,
f .. '" polnl of rommi>ncement,
��� nn of leaa,
Ih,^,.. \  I llANCia QODBNRATH
���11    lr��nk Sidney Wright, Agl
1 I'l-inrt    District o| Caasiar
il   I. James  M |||Rr Johnston  of
Pupation -ton-ket-per, Intend to
ScnM \u |      '"'"  '" >,,,r^,,,u,,,  *hp  following
��� poM   plantetl about one mile
'    NMI   rtvw un.)  febOQl   nine miles
' ������������   \*f> river, thence north 80
*u chains, thenw aouth  hO
' I JJ chaini t., pn|,,t of commenco-
" icramoraoTlop,
j ������* "     MILLAR JOHNSTON
I'uh  \|k" M     'rank Sidney Wtight, Agt
thence west SO chains, thence north SO chnins,
thence east so chains to point nf commencement,
containlnir 840 acres.
Date Feb. 3, 11*11. JOHN McDONALD
Pub. March It). Joseph Belway, Airent
Skeena ljind District-District of Cassiar
Tuko notice that I Andrew CumminK> of Vancouver, H.C. occupation cnuk,  Intenda  to npplv
for permisaion to purchase the followinir dcacrilt-
ed lands:
Commencinir nt a poat plantetl three and one
half miles in nn easterly direction from thc point
on S ii. Uiver where the Luvu Lake trail beifiris
ncnr thc n.nl. thencc west SO chainn, thencc aouth
SO chaina, thence eaat 80 chains, thence north HO
chninn to point of commencement, containing 640
acrea.
Date Feb. :\. UML ANMIKW CUMMINGS
Pub. Mnr. 10. Joseph Helway, Airent
Skevna Ljind District���Diatrict of Coaat Kange V
Tako notice that Kdith Alice Cruwther of
iklog, Yorkshire, Kngland, occupation apinater,
intenda to apply for permiaaion to purchaae the
lolluwing deacribed landa:
Commencing at a post planted at the aouth eaat
corner of surveyed lut 31W1, Hange 5, Coaat Dis*
trict, thencu north along the easterly limit of the
aaid lot 35 chaina more or Ium to the southerly
limit of 1 ���������! ���>���''. Kmtigr ���. etiust districl, thence
���aat along the southerly limit of tho last mentioned
lol 60 chaina to a point, thence in a aoutherly direction :\h chaina parallel to the said
easterly limit of lot 3991, thence in a westerly direction 60 chains morv or leaa to
the point uf commencement containing 210 ucrea
moro or lea.
KDITH AL1CK GROWTHSR
Dated March \ it'll.
Tub. March 25,
Skeena Land Aflstrict���District of Queen Chsrlotts
Islands
Take nolice that Geo. M. l.mn of I'rince Rupert,
H C, occupation barber, intenda to apply for
iNtrminsinn to purchaau thu following dencribud
Unds:
Commencing at a post plantod about seven
milm west and one mile south from the mouth
of Stanly Creek, Naden Harbor, thencu aouth 80
chainn, thence wnst 40 chains, thonco north HO
clmina, thenct* east 40 chains.
Dated March 17, 1911. OBO. ��. LAVX
Pub. Aoril 22. Nums Demera.|Agent
Skeena I^ind District-District of Cassiar
Take notice that I Holcom McDonald of  Prince
Rupert, ll.C. occupation laborer.  Intends to ap
tdy for iiermission to purchase the followinK do
scribed lands:
Commencinir nt n post planteil three anil one-
half miles in an easterly direction from the point
on N.i.i" Kiver where lhe Lava Lake trail liotrins
ami one mile In a northerly direction from thc
saitl Lava ljtke trnil, thence north SO chains,
thence west no chains, thence south SO chains
thence east chains to point of commencement,
contnininK 640 acres.
Date Feb. .1. 1911. BOLCOM McDONALD
Pub. Mar. 10. Joseph Hdway, Am-nt
Skeena Und District-District of Caasiar
Tako  notice that   I.  James  Webster   Ksplin  ot
Stewart, ll.C., occupalion    auctioneer, inlend to
apply for \*. <������.������   :**n  to   purchase   the   following
d(��critttHl lands:
Commencing at a post planted on thn right
bank of the Naua river about nine miles above
the forks of the Naas river, thence south HO chains,
ihence wost SO chnins, ihence north M0 chsins,
tbence cast SO chsins to point of commencement,
containing 610 acres nmn* or less.
JAMKS WEBSTER KSPLIN
Dated March 21. Wit Frank Sidney Wright, Agt
Pub. May 17.
Ska na Land Diatrict���District of ('oast Hang   6
Taka notica that   Hanjamin   Kuaaal    Klea of
Princo Kuperi, I!. C, occupation waiter, Intenda
to apply for parmission to purchaaa tha following
HatflDM lands:
Commancing at a post plantad 65 chains south
. .   ___ JU,   BAM    t hmif��n  7ft
NEW COLLAR SET
Hew   to   Make   These   Pretty
Dutch Collars Yourself
The K'r' who likes to lighten
a dark costume with dainty frills,
should make herself one of the
sets of rounding Dutch collar and
eiilTs in plaited lawn.
The frills are made of line white
lawn or dotied muslin, aad are
cut three and a half inches wide
for the collar, and two inches for
the cuffs.
Mi rk the edge in a liny scallop
with ;��� spool of two hundred cotton-
and buttonhole in white or colored
mercerized cotton in a shallow
line. When finished sew into
eighth of an inch side plaits and
si ,v ii'to narrow hand the right
length to fit around wrist and neck
The frill falls softly from the hand
or in the sleeves may be inverted
and turned hack, lieing caught
at ore side with a lace pin.
Instead of arranging in plaits,
which are hard to iron, tiie frills
may lie run in thread tucks to
give the fulness. This model is
good for high turnover effects and
for the Dutch collar.
Coffee Cake
Take two quarts of bread sponge
add one well beaten egg, half
cup of good lard, one cup sugar,
a  little salt  and  cinnamon;    mix
made into a smooth paste to
thicken the milk sufficiently, and
adding a lump of butter,
A PLEA
Why come asking me to share
Foolish   doubts   that   till   your
mind,
Needless worries that you hear,
Mate or fear that you peer
Into every nook to find?
Why come asking me to sigh
If you have no heart for glee?
If the sun has left your sky
Why presume to spread gloom
Over other men or me?
Take your foolish cares and go,
If you will cling to dismay;
But if I may cause the woe
To depart from your heart
And teach gladness to you, stay!
���S. E, .Riser
SASH STYLES
THIS SEASON
Charming  Return  of a  Pretty
Feature in Dress
However the sash be used, it is
always graceful, always feminine,
always charming, and upon thc
thin dainty materials of the summer gowns it will be used to
produce very pretty and attractive
results.
Fichu effects are very popular
this season, and deservedly so,
since it is a style almost universally becoming, and very often
the sash is used in lichti form. The
sash ribbon and gauze or chiffon
are arranged over  the bodice to
Double Weekly Service ~f
ITEMS   OF
I
S.S. PRINCE RUPERT and S.S. PRINCE CEORGE
For Stewart, Sundays, 8.00 a m.
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
mm
Mondays and Fridays al 8 a.m.
������. Prince Albert nniln for Port   Simpson, Nans Kivor l'oints, Muaet,
Nmii'ii Harbor, every Wednesday, 1.00 p.m.
uinl f'tr:
Refuse Hay, Skidegate, Queen
Clmrlotte City,   Lockeport,   Pa-
roll, Jeclwuy,   lkeilu Hay,   Rose
Harbor  and  return  via  Queen
Charlotte City every Saturday,
1.00 p.m.
The  Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains over its
double  truck route  between Chicago,
Toronto,   Montreal,   Quebec,   Halifax,
Portland, Boston, New York and Philadelphia.    Information  and tickets  obtainable from the ollice hereunder mentioned.   Trans-Atlantic bookings by all
lines arranged.
A. E. McMASTER
FRKIC.IIT   AND   PASSENGER   AGENT
Canadian Pacific Railway
��� SUMMER EXCURSIONS
���FROM���
PRINCE RUPERT
ANIIKI-TDRN ANIl RKTt'RN
Winnipeg I90.no Si. Paul wo.uo
Toronto    117.10 Chicago 102.60
Montr.'*! 122.60 New York. . .129.60
Fur full particulars cull on or write
J. G. McNab - General Agent
Coast to Coast
OCEAN TO OCEAN
Tickets   To   All   Points
ROGERS' Steamship and
Railway Agency
Second Ave.        Phone 116
tlui.
I 1'i-lncl    Di.lricl ol Coast  Range 6
..    '"'     I ���'   I,   ChWhl   A.   Vaushsn   ol
' ,'     ��� '*���'   . <ircii|ialinn itii-rrhant, Intend
,,.,, u,'l''"i<*'"" '" P'"ell���i lho lollowini
I POSI I l���,,t,���l on thn south
mm a.. , ' ' "'"'i ��nd ahout lour mil���
.,.'".     conll.. ���,. with um Skoona Rivor, Ihonco
II N chains nortli, thonco SO
ariao,^    .   "r" "" chains south to point ol
'"��� "th.,,. Mil noro, more or loss
���"n    CHARLES A. VAUGHAN
THI r'
Bbajm ��
I's'
Sla
iTs'n
������".- Und flUlrlc^ District of Cosst
Corley of Prince
1 woman, Intends
so the followlnit
,     '""I.Mr.. John S
.',,''          ' '.1'i.lion married
,';;:*'" '"���"""hs:
| '���",''"���"��� ,���_,���.
* post planted 40 chains east
l"H c*___ .,'       """ *���"* southwest cornnrof
Mi     .,       ";-"" I. ""infer., thencc south 80
lah.  il��� ���   " ''""'  4" rh"ln"- **"''"'>��� *""**** ���
���''"""���'���>"l lo chains more ��r less to tho
I
"iiirnt,   mnlnltiitiK   >12i)  nrrri
��� Mir.tM9u J0UN (lMl,p) C0IlLKY
* Apr. 4.1W1
(mm Lh* miuth Miit corne ni i.ni wvw, ���
ctiainn wnt, thence 65 chaim north, t
chtim ->m**i. thence 65 chaini nouth Ui
cnmmi'ncenu'nt; containing 455 ���crei.
Post marked H  K. li., S. K. Cor.
ai 3060, thenee 70
thence 70
point of
 mora  or
.nnnnt'iitwiiitnti   _*__:"z_~"__~~~.* *_*���-*���
feifiS."' ""'UENJAMIN RUSSEL RICE
Skoena Und Distrlct-n.-trW of Cosst R.PKe 6
Const District n  ,
KkenetM that Wm. feSWa'tSSTttweS
for permission to purchase tho lollowina
N.W. co, ner. thonce south 4^*%���X*-.m
acre, moro or less.        wM   , ,,SUK
T. D. Uaird, Aitenl
Dnted March 20th. lull
Pub. April 29th. 1911
1"tZ '���*?,?;',,:i;t,."!ir1,i,"i��i t4 R��"' im* *
permission ,V"""" "P'nstci. Intends to spply
lml,        '"' '" l""cha��! th, /ollowin, described
'''"'"'T'^ut ?,..!,,���lt..P|��'"��l. *�� th. north
IWl"t5Tntfl4S .'i'l'>* IhVncVbou't WtMii
mm*, ll,.,re .V'' .' }!_""" *�� ��h��<ns wsst t' Lof
Ihoni,. in m, " """ :'�� c!"ins south to Lot A9S1
L.I S.i   .""""V����t. thonce 20 ehslns south t,
' nb. Msrch 4
_m...*__~'t """>ee 20 chsini south lo
ltanc.2u_eh.ln. esst, thenc. 20 chsins
tO    point    ot    faitll-
nrres mnro or less
.. .-. Corner.
MARY HULL HEATON
l"fc. '��'*i��;   ���,::''
���  <i"t muck.,   m  ii ������   u ., .,
- ^"".'-"'j SfStaffl KnatVcrMelcal
Tsko nolice that I, ( ���* ','.'h.,,r, inlend to
���( Slow.rl, 11. \_Z___**__*__n___lmmm  (ollowin,
apply   lor  permission   to  porcna"
described lsnds: ���u��i,.,l  on  Ihe  right
Commoncing   .1   s   poa       anI. d   ��� g,
bank ol tho Ijaas river alio I I�� mm
forks ol the Nsss river, Ihenre - "�� g  ch,lr,
,hence wert  ��0 chains,    line,,    r"���menammi,
thence oast SO chains lo polnl ",
containing B����%7?,,j,A|U.'ES F. METCALF
lated March 26, lilll. *fS___T*_l___U Agent
I'ub. Msy 17.      Frank mtAtm WPgasi "s
Skeon. Lsnd ..i-lrlcllJi-I^^S^r   o,
Tske notice thsl   I,   1 erne   WH���     , ������,,   ���,
Stewart, B, c. """i;""'," K" ihe (ollowin,
spply for ponol""11"1 '" P"rc,IM
diwrrllH.,1 lsnds: ,.i.���i,.���	
Commoncing st n post pli '" .   ��� ��.���,��� m||cs
north of the >lna�� river and snoui  ae
,l,ovo  tho  forks  of  the  IJ�����  ���;;   ,   R���- chains,
thonce  nnrth  HO chains,  Ihonco insv      	
ahout ono milo
���| almut _._-
Nsss  Hiver  up'l."'*m
nst
th��n�� wwt NjMMta
cnntni'iifK   r,4��   *CTV%
.lu'nr>- south K0 chains,
point   01   eommencemenl
more or loss.  .���.., ninnnn
DBRTtfi BDWIN HAiXihit
OB1.-.1 March Bl. 19U. Krank Si-ln.-y Wright, Agt
Pub. May 17.
Groceries
Provisions
Fruits
Vegetables
Rfa
We hnve just received a
large shipment
of
2nd and McBride
Telephone No 187
Christie's
Over 100 different kinds
STALKER & WELLS
and let rise; now roll out in sheet,
cover with melted butter, cin-
namon, -ind sprinkle with sugar
and when light press with a spodn
deep holes and fill with thick [
sweet cream and hake at once.
Delicious; and warmed over only
improves it; not so good cold.
KITCHEN NOVELTIES
New   Invention   to  Help  Busy
Housewives
Among lhe new inventions might
be mentioned an egg-poacher which
poaches eggs three at a time in
CUp-like receptacles; also a new
cereal cooker, long needed --broad
and flat, with dish for water, ligh
cover and side handles. This is a
great Improvement on the double
boiler on account of the large
surface exposed to the heat.
A new kind of steel knife cleaner
is fastened to the table and turned
by a handle, lt is made of two
discs, and flour of emery by
turning the handle is conveyed
to the discs. So far as variety of
choice goes, there seems no excuse
for any housekeeper goingwilh out
proper working utensils.
POACHED EGGS
Did You Ever Try Them With
Rice?
Have ready some nicely boiled
(or steamed) rice. Poach thc
eggs carefully in boiling milk (wilh
a little sail added), then place each
one in the centre of a mound of
the rice. Sprinkle the eggs wilh
sail and pepper, placing a small
lump of butter on each one; garnish with parsley. The milk may
be made into a sauce and serveil
wilh the rice and eggs, if desired,
by   adding   enough   white   flour
give the desired effect, the sash
ribbon being tied in a large flat
bow, either at back or front, as is
found most becoming.
One beautiful evening gown of
mousseline antl lace had a gracefully draped fichu of lace caught
at the left sitle and held by a sash
of delicate heliotrope that extended
down the sitle and terminated in
a large rosette. On the many
white and black and white costumes   this  season   the  sash   will
often be used i" add an effective
touch of color.
An example of its use in streel
costumes was seen recently in a
very smart suit of blue serge
made with a short Eton-like jacket.
This sash was of black satin and
finished the high waist line, falling
in long, straight ends at the left
side iu front, the ends finished with
black bead tassels.
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second aveiue and Thinl street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
LEFT NURSE A MILLION
Crippled   Athlete   and   Broker
Left Fortune to Housekeeper
New York, May 24- By the will
of Walter E. Duryea, the crippled
athlete and broker, filed today, the
bulk of his fortune, estimated at
|2,500,000 goes to Miss Eleanor
Peregrin, a trained nurse who
acted as his housekeeper for the
last twelve years of his life. She
is given 160,000 outright, 130,000
in trust and a house in Montclair
N. J., and all the residue of the
estate after certain legacies have
been paid. Her total share is
thought to be $1,500,000. Walter
Duryea broke his neck in diving
in August, 1808. Hc spent thc
rest of his life in a harness but
managed his affairs with gre.il
shrewdness.
MUNRO   &   I.AII.EY
Architects,
Stork Building. Second Avenue.
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS -:- AUDITORS
Law-Butler Building      I'hone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 361
ALFRED CARSS, C. V. BENNETT. B.A.
of H, ,i, .1. Columbia nf ll.C. Ontario, s��..
���nd Mnnltnlifl Hani. kntrhewan  and Al-
lurta Bara.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristkhs. Notaries, Etc.
Offlc..- Exchinup litnck. enrtwr Third avpntif and
Sluth .ttrvl. I'rince Runart. S
WM. S. HALL, L. U.S.,
Dentist.
U. D. S.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All ah-ntul operation* akllfully treated, daa and
local anaathrtica administered for the palnleaa e��-
tractlon of teeth. Conaultation free. Ofllrea:
UrU'iTaaiari Block. Prince Ruoert. 11-12
jSPORTi
Chicago, St. Louis, Cleveland,
and Huston have not won a game
from Pitcher Ross of the Highlanders since ihe beginning of the
season of L910.
The handsome Hartney cup,
offered for competition among the
professional lacrosse clubs by Mr.
C. T, Hartney, is an attractive
piece ol silverware. The tropin,
which is .i perpetual one, will go
to the team scoring the largest
number of goals tinting each season.
Pitcher Jack Pfeister's days with
the Chicago National League team
are apparently numbered. Manager Frank Chance announced that
all the National League clubs
had waived on the southpaw and
the probabilities are he will be
released to the Louisville American
Association Club.
By winning the Kempton Park
Jubilee Handicap Bachelor's Double, the property of Sir (ieorge
Murray,  stamped   himself as one
uf the greatest handicap horses
of the age. He won lhe race
carrying the heavy weight of eight
stone eleven pounds. The heaviest
burden ever carried to victory
in this event was that in 1896,
when Victor Wild won wilh nine
stone seven pounds iu the saddle.
Mike Dunlin may join the Boston Rustlers. Mike has been out
of the game two years, but he
claims thai he is slill there as a
hitler.
The conclusion of  the English
football season has been dramatic.
Manchester United have for thc
second  time become the league
champions, with Aston Villa the
runners-tip, or exactly the same
relative positions as in l'.IOT-tlS.
On each occasion thc United have
earned ���">- points.
No less than thirty players .'re
batting   belter   than   .HOO   in   lhe
American association and an even
dozen are clouting for ,400 and
over. Otis Clynicr. Billy Hallman,
Del Howard, Fred Carlsch antl
Phil Sitlon are ex-Pirates in the
charmed circle of club swingers,
while Ham Hyatt is about ready
to force his way into select society.
Ifree
EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE     :      :
For nil kinds of help, couks,
waiters, dishwashers, hotel por-
ti'i's, iill kinds of laborers or mechanics, call up
Phone No. 178
or call iii the
Grand Hotel Free Employment  Oflice
Headquarters for cooks & waiters
ROGERS & BLACK
WHOLKSAI.E   DBALBRB IN-
Building  Material,   Cement,   Lime,
Hair-fibre Plaater, Coke, Blackamith
Coal,   Common Brick,
Preased Brick
Shinglea, Lath, New Wellington Coal
Ai.l. ORDERS  PROMPTLY KILLED
See Us for Prices.
Phone No. 116
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST
Phone No. 200 P. O. Box 580
PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
h++++++++++++++++++++4a+4"H
w. j. McCutcheon
Carrivaromplt'tt' stock <>f Drugs.   Special
attention paid to i'.l!i: *������ prt-scrlptlonB.
Theatre Block Phoki No. th Second Ave.
LINDSAY'S
CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Tranafer Agenta
Ordara promptly iilla.1.   I'rlcaa rroaonable.
OFFICE-H. R. Ruchoater. Ontn- St.     Phone 6H.
Reilly's Bakery Lunch
^Empress Theatre Basement
Cor. 2nd Ave. and 6th Street
��� Rochester &
, 7   v Monroe
Ladysmith
' 4 Coal
\ .*;
Phoneiis
Packey McFarland Im* ;iKrc��l
to meet Mai Wells, the Briii>h
lightweight champion, in a ten-
round liout to be staged in Milwaukee early in June. The lighl-
ers have settled upon 133 pounds
at 3 o'clock. The date will probably be June B.
___ -E.
HANDASYDE   C&  HURT
AtlKNT*   roll   RH    M.a ,,,���., ,iv
...ano  coNTBarroiut   stirruiw...
Martin Sheridan announces he
has competed for the last time
in the all-round championships,
ami that he i> content to leave his
present world's all-round record
of 7,38") points for others to shoo
at. Martin has not the time nor
ihe Inclination to go through an-
itiier long scigr of iraining necessary to In himself for an all-round
championship.
EBY   C&   Co.=
REAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Lund For Sale
KITSUMKALUM ��� B. C.
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members of  the  order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
G. S. JOHNSTONE, N.G.
H.  MORTON. Secretary.
P. O. Box 436 - Office 3rd and Fulton
For the first  time this year an
American owner captured one of I
the big events over the Long
Champs course.   Colonel Millard
llutnsii ker's Bolide II won the
fillies' trial prize, Worth SI7,lilll),
from a gootl field. The distance
was one mile and Bolidell linislittl
a length in front of W. F. batman's
l.a Becasse and Walburgc, which
finished second and third respect*
ively. The belling was 12 to I
against  Bolide II.
F. W. HART
l  NIU.H I Ahl H A KMHAI.MKK
STOCK   COMH.KTK
Little's NEWS Agency
Magazines :: periodicals :: Newspaper!
CIGAKS   ::   TOBACCOS  ::   FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
Owen Moran, the English liglil-
P.O.BOX2.1 PRINCE RUPERT a w,,jK|,t, who is malcluil with Wol-
TOHN E   DAVEY 'gast for 25 rounds in 'Frisco on
TEACHER OF SINGING j J"'V 4,h' ,,ils iln ��n��������l record,
Mthough   he  has   taken   part   in
FOR SALE
runt, or wm. i-oxiin, '  y . a.r.a.m.,~min.. knu.
ninety liglils he has never suffered]
a knockdown.   In the recent bat-1
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE    AdENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
SIXTH  STREET
PRINCE RUPERT
Read The Daily News
tic wiih McFarland at the Fairmont A. (.'., some o( the spectators
thought that Moran w,is floored
by n punch on the jaw in one of
the early rounds. Moran, after
the bout, s.iid that hc slippttl in
avoiding a straight left for tin
Feed I chin,   and   lost   his   balance.     In
this he was corroborated by Mc-
Farland, who declared that lie did
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     not land  a  hard  blow  and   thai
H. H. Morton    -    3rd Ave# | Moran, In breaking ground, tripped 1
Lots B anil fi, Block 28,
Section 1.
$,'1000. 25 per cent, cash,
balance 1, 2, I years,
7 per cent.
GEO. W. MORROW
1076 Nelson St., Vancouver
)W~1
��� B.C.   \
Fruit   :   Produce   :
WHOLESALE
" BOWLING, ":^o"oD,8
4 Miry*. 7 Tnblen.     A  MOd rxnr-
cim\    Aclfnnitport,   I,ad lent every
afternoon.     Newmnn  Block, between fith nnd 7th Stu.
TKP Morrison,     Vroiirletor nnd Manager
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Thursday. May 26
THE COMING  OF THE INDIANS
Less than forty years ago���well within the lifetime of the good
Oueen Victoria whose reign we celebrated yesterday���the coming
of the Indians was heralded as a sign of terror tlown the coast. As
far south as San Francisco has the word of warning travelled thai
the fierce Hydahs in iheir war canoes were out lusting for lilood. Within the memory of men now living around Prinee Kupert���anil in one
e.ise at least, before his eyes- -human sacrifices were offered, and human
flesh ami Mood devoured upon the sands of the Tsimpsean peninsula.
Yesterday the Indians came again. From Metlakatla, Kitk.itl.ih,
Kincolith, Port Simpson, the Naas Kiver, even from Skidegate in
the ("iraham Island, the tribesmen came. Clad they were for the
most part, not in war paint and leathers, hut in smartly dressed uniforms bedecked with gold braid. Armed ihey were, not with tomahawk and dub and scalping knife. Imt with musical instruments. Nol
in primitive dug out war canoes did they come, but iu smart, rakish-
looking fishing boats with comfortable cabins antl speedy gasoline
engines. As an anti-climax to the scenes of savagery of forty years
ago, the scene was magnificent
Rev. John Duncan it was who brought lhe lirst set of brass band
instruments into the north. He was the pioneer missionary to the
Indians, antl one Indian who lives among us today, James I'earce,
the Methodist missionary, tells that it was the sight of the gootl man's
tears as he beheld tlie sacrifice ol a female slave on the beach at I'ort
Simpson, that made himself, then a little Indian boy.set apart to lie
a flesh-eater, question the righteousness of murder ami cannibalism.
With wli.it feelings woultl lhat sainted pioneer missionary have
watched that scene on lhe wharf yesterday morning when the nine
massed bands of Indians gave a festival of music for the citizens, or
that later scene in the theatre when the individual bands delighted
the audience with selections of such classical music as Gounod's Faust,
the overture to William Tell, and Ilarttnaim's "A Night in Berlin."
Whal satisfaction would it not have given hint to have seen men
of the tribes, all well dressed, well groomed, ami a model of quiet
and law-abiding beh.iviour, peacefully strolling about the town.
There is a ie-.tiv.il of Empire in progress at the present moment
ill London. In it, with elaborate stage niuniniings ami trappings, are
represented a succession of seems.visualising ^re.ii dramatic moments
anil epochs in the life of the Empire.
We need not envy theni. In I'rince Kuperi yesterday we had.
not a tinsel ami buckram memory of something past: we hatl the real
thing in dramatic pageantry of Empire.
The sports, the band contests, the good fellowship and merry
making--these were all very well by themselves. Hut lhe gnat thing,
the significant thing, the Imperial thing, lay in the demonstration
of ihe advance which ihe Indians of Northern British Columbia have
made in the arts of life, and thai greater arl of peace.
NOTES DUE
Yesterday's sports were a great SUCCCSB.    ll was a happy gathering
that basked in the sunshine as spectators, or sweated with energy
as competitors in the races al lhe wharf.    Finer weather there could
not have been anywhere iti the Dominion, than that combination
of cloudless blue sky, warm sun, antl gentle Pacific breeze. It was
a greai day,
YUKON MAY
OPEN VERY LATE
River Not to be Navigable Until
June 7
Owing to the peculiar conditions
prevailing this year, it is almost
impossible to predict with any
degree of certainty the probable
date of tin' opening of navigation.
It Innks nov .ts if lhe Ice woultl
j.(> nm "i the lake fairly early,
but there may noi be water
Bufficienl to Btart a through boat
from White Horse to Dawson
before between the sixth and the
seven ih of June at the very
earliest.
Owing to the ice on Lake Le
Barge and lhe continued rain, the
ice on the lake seems to be in a
rather rotten condition for about
two miles. From the head of the
lake there is a strip of open water
for a distance of about two miles.
The freighters are having considerable difficulty, as the ice is in bad
shape for freighting. They have
still about a hundred ami fifty
tons to move, antl, although ihey
will h.ive some difficulty in gelling
it over probably il will be all
cleaned up.
HUNDREDS  OUT  OF  WORK
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Nelson, May 25.���All the large
mines and smelters are dosed
down antl will not resume until
the coal strike is settled. Hundreds
of men are thrown out of employment.
HAD GOOD SHOOT
Citizens'   Rifle  Club  Members
Enthusiastic
PRINCE RUPERT
BOY SCOUTS
On   Sunday   afternoon   members
of   the   Citizen's   Civilian   Kill''
Club crossed  the harbor to tite
ranges and spent a very successful | ��� ���,-,���,   i;,,t,,���i
' ��� ., , i ,ai their organisation in binianu
omc   capital I  ������.i������._
Have   an   Easier   Time   Than
Their Comrades in Finland
Boy   Scouts   in   Prince   Kupert
will I"' surprised perhaps to learn
not
welcomed by the author
A REVOLUTION
IS NOW FEARED
Portuguese may now Overthrow
the Republic
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London, May 2"i. -Portuguese
residents in London today received
advuees telling of a counter revolution against the republican government, ll is slated au outbreak
is likely any minute.
BEAR HUNTER
IS IN THE CITY
Many Valuable Skins, and Two
Live  Little  Bear Cubs
Keen regret was fell al the News ollice last night at learning
that our own Mack tlitl not face the starter in the fat man's race. For
week- the -tall have been feding .i pride iu Mack's growing proportion-. No one had been allow nl to interrupt him as he mused, for fear
hst he should worry and go ,.it his feed. After having nurtured him
to thc point where he mighl li.iv.   brought honor to his friends anil
glory to tin paper, it waa disappointing to learn that he was an "also
ditl not ran."
Advertise  in The Daily News
On Tuesday Alex Yuille arrived in town after a spell of
bear hunting up the Naas. Ik-
has some fine skins with him. one
of which a silver lip, lie sold for
165.
His adventures include several
scraps with Sir Bruin, and his
scalps number six. But the most
interesting pari of his experience
.i- lhe girls think, is lhe capture
of two tiny bears which he has
here with him. They arc in
splendid condition, and already
answer to aboul two dozen pet
names.
afternoon    there.      Si
scoring was done, and  tlie sion
made by some of the men less ""'*��� 	
���       , .     ,    ,     ���.      , ,,,���'     t lias taken  the Russian au-
experienced in the handling of the ___,��__
I   ii thorities some little time to realize
rifle were most creditable, am
the men are enthusiastic over the
spirit of the club and tlie prospective competition shoots.
BULKLEY COAL
LANDS SOLD
Valuable Property Nearly Lost
Through Telegraph Break
A deal has just been consum-
ated whereby Mr. F, W. Law,
manager of the B. ('. Life Insurance Company, becomes joint
owner with Mr. II. P. Jones,
Mrs. Jones and M. A. Cullon, in
26 sections of coal lands in the
Bulkley Kiver district. Tlie coal
crops along Driftwood creek, and
enough work has been done to
prove that it gives every assurance
of being a very valuable deposit.
The main seam shows four
feet, seven inches of clean bituminous coal, capped by 32 feet of
coal seams antl carbonaceous shale.
Thc Grand Trunk Railway will
pass within two mihs of the
property, and there are BO physical difficulties to prevent the
const ruction of a spur direct to
the mine.
The original owners of lhe property retain a controlling interest.
Willi Mr. Law they will incorporate antl proceed with the developments of their holdings. Al-
derniere, iu lhe Bulkley valley, is
the nearest postoffice, antl is len
miles distant from the mine.
There is an interesting bit of
history connected with ihis property, it having been bearly lost
to the discoverers at one lime
through lhe telegraph line lo Hazelton being down. The money
required for holding the property
was wiretl in to ihe government
ollice at that place, but arrived
three days too late, and it was
necessary for a re-location to be
made. This was attended to last
January.
Iieadway that the Boy Scout
movement has been making in
Finlaildj Imt now that the governor general has ascertained the
existence of the Scouts, he has
administered a check which is
likely to prove the death-blow
to the movement in that part of
tlie world. In the probable event
of the governor general's demands
being ratified by the bureau at
St. Petersburg, the Boy Scouts of
inland will be obliged to give
up their parades unless they consent to send a daily record ol
their doings lo the local police.
SKIDEGATE   PASTOR   HERE
Rev. J. C. Spencer of Methodist
Church Returns
National league l'.ill players arc
picking Pittsburg to win the pennant. If thc Pirates have the
good fortune to "tome back" thc
world's series may be a repetition
of two vears ago.
Rev. Dr. J. C. Spencer, pastor
of the Skidegate Methodist church,
is in Prince Rupert today staying
at lhc Premier Hotel. He is on
his way back lo Skidegate from
the    Methodist    Conference    just
ended at Vancouver.
As the present Meliimli.' church
at Skidegate has been  purchased
by the Government to be used
as a school for Indian pupils, it
FELL TO HIS DEATH
Duncan Wilkins Meets His End
at Nelson
SETTLERS ARE
POURING IN
M��..r.. Weir .ndWhiU Send in
Their report
GOVERNMENT EXPERTS
Majority of tbe Settlers are Ex-
periencedAgricultural.stsand
Have Their Wives and Families With Them.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Victoria. May 25.   Messrs. Weir
and White, thc two expcrtB who
were  recently  sent   out   by   the
Department of Agriculture to make
a comprehensive study <>f the
agricultural .md horticultural conditions of the northern coast, have
reported their Bafe arrival at Haa-
(.|,���n when they are outfitting
for tlie season's work.
The) report that a large number
���f setders are already going into
the Bulkley .md Nechaco valleys
by w.iy "I Hazelton, the majority
nl the newcomers being men experienced iu the cultivation ot
lamls. and bringing their wives and
families with theni.
To Lease
Lots
Block
Suction
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Limited.
Second Ave., Prince Rupert, R.e,
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Bllllardl
Twelve Tables SECOND Avi:
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Nelson, May 23.���Duncan Wilkins, a litters helper from Revel-
stoke, steppetl off the tr.iin at
Sicamous this morning while the
traiii was standing on the bridge,
and droppetl to his death in lhe
lake below. The body has nol
yet been recovered.
APPLE BLOSSOMS
FOR BRIDES
Prizes  Offered   to  Canadian
Girls who Adopt the Fashion
Newly Furnithed and
Steam Heated Roomi
A  KlltST   CLASS BAR   AND   HISlNl.
ItOlIM IN CONNECTION
KATKS Wl CKNTS AND IT
11ATIIS   FRU   TO   GUKSTS
ROBT. ASHLAND
P.O. BOX 3
NEW COURT
OLD STAGER
Prince Rupert's Police Station
Welcoms Its First Case
Picketed to the eyebrows again
after being released yesterday Hurler promise to behave himself,
John Hill had the honor of being
the first "cise" to be tried in lhe
new police court. Ile was treated
to twenty days by Magistrate
McMullin.
TO    RECONSTRUCT    LORDS
Lord   Lansdowne's   Bill   Passes
Second Reading
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London, May 25.���Lord Lans-
downe's bill for the reconstruction
of lhe House of Lords passed ils
second reading without division,
after War Secretary Haldane hatl
announced that the government
would not decide against it.
TO TEACH FRUIT GROWING
Mr.   Percy  French   Receives  a
Government Appointment
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Victoria, May 25. The appointment is jusi announced of Mr.
Percy French, a graduate of the
will be necessary for the con-Ontario Agricultural College, as
gregation to arrange for the build-, assistant horticulluralist attached
ing of a new church, ami lhe; to the B. C. Department of Agri-
work will probably be put iu culture. Hi- district is not yet
hands very soon. assigned lo him.
Fragrant apple blossoms will
supplant the time honored orange
flowers as wreaths for May brides
if the plan worked out by Samuel
Glasgow meets with as much
favor in lhe apple districts of IL C.
as ii has met over the border.
The people of the cily and
country of Spokane ire enthusiastic over lhe plan. The Rev.
Dr. Will A. Betts, pastor of the
First Methodist Episcopal Church,
says he will perform the ceremony
free of charge for the lirst bride
bedecked wilh apple blossoms appearing ai either his parsonage or
church.
Promoters of the plan hope
to announce a substantia] prize
in a short lime for a photograph
of the besl house or church wedding decorations fashioned with
apple blo-soms antl Mr. C.lasgow
says: "Personally I will present
a purse of gold to the bride winning the fust prize. This competition is open to every woman
in the United Slates and Canada.
"There   is   likely   to   be   opposition   Irom   the  ora: gi'   growers,
who may feel they have a monopoly on the wedding wreath flowers,
Mint 1 do nol bt Iii ve il wil! be se-
; rious,   as   the   life   of   the   apple
blossom season i- not more than
I thirty daya in  the spring, after
'which   orange   blossoms  may   lie
| worn by bride anil bridegroom."
Hotel Central 2
Cor. Firsl A*r.
.nd 7lh Strrrl
1 . ��������� -I ��� !���' nml .\n .'tu .in jtlan. *** U
hi'iitnl, tiiK-lcrn ttmvrnirncep. R��tc��
$1.00 tu .-'.'���' i'>-i day.       ;       :
Peter BUck
Proprietor
..Grand Hotel..
WORKINGMAN'S HOME
Sprinu Beds, clean Whits Shaats 25c
Rooms 50c
BEST  IN   TOWN   FOR   THE   MOND
J. GOODMAN. Proprietor
VICTORIA   CAFE
Lunch ami Mcali at all hour*; Loach
Mmi* 2.V iu��-Come awl Sr*
voi: can i;i:t a war*: MKAt. am tiwi
FOR   SALE
Tw.. Box ltall Allium 42 tm late    S
caw- nnal cuntrr, chair*, card lull
lami Ukc�� thc outfit for quick rate. Ai'l'Ir
H. E. ROSS. Kmercai Hotel Pod II"-'
Third A>. uiii- ��� Prince Rupnl
Manager MoiTat of the Oakland
Wheelmen, has offered Hauling
Nelson an opportunity to "come
back" in a match, with Willie
Ritchie, the king of lhe San
Francisco four-rounders, and is
expecting a reply from the Hauler.
S.S.  INLANDER
...FOR...
HAZELTON
WEDNESDAY. MAV 21
Taks the fimt light-draught steam-
er Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester
Agent
^#��aajrf��^#a,%rf#%rf.krf,w-,fc-,a^.^#krfiwiIiJIiiIii!ii:i2:i;;?i*��*;i**J��  IS)
Uncle Jerry's New list
CsrpttlUlS lire gelling busy OB resi-
dsness sil over town bin even with thu
building  iictivity  it   will  be SUM lime
btfors the demand for dwelling houses
sad spartmsnti eaa bo supplied if it
i ver i-, I NaUM   "f I If QUOIN! ���t new
people    arriving    with    the   object    ol
making homos hen. My correspondence
upon this nibjecl  wuh parties now  08
ti�� nutsiiii-  i��  constantly   Inmsslm
wi 1 main- an SSPodsl appeal tO thi   I
having apartments __,\ houses to rent
'"'"'.'t,1"   immediately  lin   them
with v nrl��> Jerry.
RESIDENCES   FOR   RENT
**�� l,WZ'nlhi  iS"v"n_*>"����*""* room.
... ��"h��""i'hel..��.    A bargain.
n ____**��� T.w�� ���""���*��� *">"��<���. un
san&j?1 **-**-�� ���-���
$25 fK-r month. Five room cottage, plastered.    Water.
140 per nn.nth. Four roomi", bath and
'<nlii.   Furnished $50 |>er month.���*_
$15 per month. Four room cottage
near McBHdo.   Kunning water.
$25 NT month.   Two:story, four rooms.
Tartly lurnished.
$25 per month.   Five   rooms.     Water
not    laid <m.
$22.50 per month.    Four   rooms   in   a
double house.   Papered and well
finished.
J.W j.er month.   T�����      M���r>,i      ���,von
rooms     llMh  room but  not  connect nl.
$20 per month.   Thn.
lurnished.
roOCDS.    Parity
$25
$15 i��t month.    Cabin. IH x \_.    Si.,v��. 1 **"
Jeremiah H. Kugler
Mn��������jn!��tntntmn:ntn:n!ni��t����a
inr month.    Two
Partly furnished
siory. five rooms.
Harden.
and bath.
BUY A HOME
house in Soc-
payment
ot
.   ��,,,,     .uinim,,!,.        ,,������,
���  MS per month.    Si, r������m,
$35 tar month.    S.v ,.,,���������
WHY PAY RENT?
$2,500    Huys  five room
tion  0.    Easy  terms
can tic arrangod.
$6,000 Huys double apartment hou-e
in Section 6. Terms can be arranged.
$5,500 Huys nine room house wiih
basement. Hot and cold water.
Modern conveniences. Time payment! arranged.
$5,180 Huys elegant eight room bungalow. Four fireplaces. Hath. All
modSffl conveniences.
$300   Huys five room house on Reserve,
$2,700 Huys four room house in Si c-
tinn Bi Modern conveniences, including bath.
$1,000 Huys seven room house in
Section 5.    Modern convenience:*.
$2,1125 Huys two story house, seven
rooms, in Section 1.
|    (1600 Uh
$3,500 Buys house and shack in Section l. Three rooms, kitchen, basement.
$3,000 Huys two story nine room
house m Section (i. Bath. Telephone.   Price $5,675.
$1,000 Buys two story,five room house
in Section 7.   l'rice $2,260.
$1,000 Buys tWO story, seven room
cottage in Section 5. Bath. l'rice
18,000,
$1,000 Buys five room house on Seventh
Avenue.    l'rice $2,500.
$800 Buys well finished four room house
in Section 5. Hath, closets. Price
$2,700.
BUY A LOT AND CET RICH
$100    Huys two lots in Section 8.   l'rice
$600.
$400   Huys six lots at Seal Cove.
$1,200.
$400   Huys four lots near Seal
l'rice $225 each.
l'rice
Cove.
$100   Buys two lots in Section H. Price
$501).
$200   Buys two lots in Section 8. Pricn
$���175.
$800   Buys lot in Sertion 1, easy terms
for balance.   Price $.'1,760.
$840   Huys lot in Section 5,   This is a
snap for cash.
$550    Buys two lots in Section 5.   Easy
terms for balance.
$600    Buys   lot   in   Section   fi.     Price
$1,026.
$400   Huys lot in Section 6.   Price $850.
HOW ABOUT ROOMING HOUSES?
$500   Buys furniture and lease for two
years of ten room house.   Toilet and
bath.
$800 CASH. Firsl payment on $4,200
rooming house, 20 x 100, 2 story
and basement. Balance payable
$100 monthly.
$725 Buys furniture antl I) 1-2 years'
lease of rooming house in Section
1.    Kent $45 por month.
IMnr.lt,
Mill
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$700 Buys rooming house on Third
Avenue. Nine furnished rooms, all
rented.    A snap.
$1,800 Buys large rooming house. Close
in. Finest place in city. Should
clear $100 to $160 per month.
Investigate this.
"ASK UNCLE JERRY"
We have also a hotel proposition
worthy ol consideration, several business
Opportunities, stores to rent, bonis for
sale and so forth.
There has het n a surprising demand
recently fir farm lands up Ihe Skeena
I'tid in the Hulklev valley. We have
a large amount of acreage, carefully
selected, all the way from Kitselas to
FTancoll Lake, with full descriptions
'���'tlie Character of the soil and so forth
lhe Price at present is low, running
from $10 nn acre up. Some of the land
is partly cleared and has farm biddings
pn it. You should certainly look into
this.
"Ask Uncle Jerry"
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|     DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY   TO  THE INTERESTS   OP   WOMEN     j
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This iB a little section of the paper, which from day to day will he devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the Indies of I'rince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a Bocial need.
Section 9
Townahip 1
Range 4
NECHACO VALLEY
PRICE:   $15.00 PER ACRE, EASY   TERMS
This is mi excellent section anil waa one of the lirst to be
staked in the Valley.
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers and Financial Agents, Prince Rupert
Social Notes
Miss L. Holmes, niece <>f Captain T, M. Smith of the City
Police Department, is in the city
at present paying a visit to her
limit'. She is returning shortly
in her home in the East.
made into ;i smooth paste ii
thicken tite milk sufficiently, and
adding a lump of butter,
LAM' PURCHA8B NOTICE
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
>\.f.t U'al 1 'i-t.-irt District ol Coaat llanuo 6
tm* i.tin- thit Mary Maragm t.illi- ot Vicuna, li l'.. occuiiation h(iiiM.akiv|H>r intend,* to
ij;-> Ir i.niaiKiiun lo purchaae tho lollowinK
dam!.-! lamb:
I'oraiW'iicit.s al a |nwt planted at the north eaat
cwtarr il 1.01 .I'.'*-, thence UU cbalna waat, llionce
tv ttAttA a<>utr. taanot -u chaina woat to T. L
... .alaa.aai su chaina north to l.ako!i*o
i. naMdiriai aaid river up atroun, in
ii.jjij.v; .lir.vliain to ijtltetae ljtko, thenco
flaandmtn: aaid lake to point ol cutninencomeni
(Mta/juta.* l'io acroa, more or loaa.
i'��i Clascal M  U* t��.. N. E. Corner.
MM 14,1(11.
ttt. March I.
Maiiy M \i;i;.\iu;t gii.I.IS
.-.a,a., Uad liiratrict    Dtatrict ol Coaat lUnw V
liiar i.oiit��' lhat  Jack   Itedford  ol   Ketiinley,
|uria*uiv.  l.a,',_..!.  occupalion  over-looker,   In-
'mt_ to a|at'ly (or iH-rniiHaion to purehm* tho
. .    I landa:
i jr..i: a  .-.. ,'ait ��� poat planled at a point in the
... _*___  ol timber limit '.HA'i'J and in
. li im ul lol  .���������-���,,  Range 6   Coaal
liatrat, at.rre Uae aaid llmila lntera>*ct, thane*
-.it :!.��� ^auiherly limit ol lot  liyay  alomatd
aai. i hereof m an eaaterly .i.-�����, iun
:  Im lo the wrtterly lil.it ol
J..ol. tlience in a aoutherly dlrevtion
���bag it* la,i nt.-Miinicd  limit  11  chaina  n.otv
. a . -1*..-rl> limit of limber limit 36775,
.       ..a aliivrlion along the laat men-
chaini more or leaa to the easterly
aar luml   IKi'iXi, thonco in a northerly
.. rliain, mora or leaa to the point ol
.   II. JACK BBDFOBD
1.1. Warrh J.'.
Am**A lAr. I Dnat,ii-t    liiMhct of Coaat Range
Takr realm- tl.ai I. Clare May Utile at i'rince
....�����;, Ba   > .  avrupation  auinatvr. intend   to
_       ��� ; ��� rcnaka to purchaae tne following
tocil���l land,:
t a-an-mewe at a |n��t planted al the north
'1(1 ,ia, Kunge 5, Coast Diatrict
1" chains,  thence norlh  25  chaina
*_*__��� a��t .11  chain   thence norlh  Ull chalna
It**** am lo chalna, thvnce aouth 4o chalna to
���W 4 commencement,   containing   112   acrea
ttws ic haa.
teal April I, lilll.        CLAHA MAY UTTLE
N Apnl I...
9m�� Un.l Iluirict-Diatrict ol Coaat Hang., 6
TrttlKJtice thai Kldon S. Delwiler of llerlln.
lartor,  Intenda to  apply   lor
FJIWoa to purchaae  the  lollowing   di��criliod
I
UiMMMing at a |ioat planted at the aoulh-
���at fiit-v, el l/ai  I'jja, ihence eaal 30 chalna
������nwlaia, thence aoulh *i chalna moro or leaa,
" chaina mora or leaa, thonce north
Retain ir.iav ,.r 1,-m to point ol commencement
J"*"""* IK1 acrea mora or leaa.
ivrtMarri.u.mi    KLDON & DETW1LER
���*��� Al'��l I* John Campbell. Agant
,�������� lan.1 lli.lnrt    District of Caaaiar
IUs  MUa   il.l    I,   Thomaa   Macgovcrn   of
, " ��� '- 'KXiipatiun miner.lntend to apply
JPWatalon lo purchaae the lollowing dcacnlx-d
ring  al   a  poa,   plantnl  on   the   right
Jja ol the Saaa river about luur mlUaa above the
.aaa rlvar, ihence aouth Ml chalna,
-���* chalna, thenee north mi chalna,
���" cl .in. to pnim 0t commennment,
mi t. a.r leas.
I,.. ,,,    , THOMAS MACOOVEItN
KiTa '' ''"   **"�� F���nk Wright. *��l
.   ! I i.inet    DUlrict ol Caaaiar
I.  I'erey  KrancU lin.b nrath
1  .  "ceiipatlnn journalUl  Intond to
>""   to  porchaae  the  following
���    .    ���'  potf   plantnl on  the  right
'.���a, about seven mllea aliove
..   rivet, i h, ne,- south SO chaina,
' aina, ihenn. north  Wl chaina,
(o |...iaal   ol riuiiliienn.llielil.
nmn or km
1   KRANCI8 OOOBNRATH
:    I r.ink Sidney Wright, Agt
'.*,; I
i" 'nn    Di.iricl ol Caasiar
I, Jam��� Millar Johnston ol
atuvi'. "-cupation atorekeetH't, lnt..nd In
kill   t"   purchase   the   following
' I""   planled aboul one mile
c   Nam river and about nine milea
I , He S'aas river, llience north KO
10 chains, thenn  south   HI)
��� ' *" chains lo point ol commence-
MOacnanonwIfii,
Ilu..,,,, MILLAR JOHNSTON
| . I"    I rank Sidney Wlight, Agt
''   '-���������'    Di.irict ol Coaat Kange I
���    I.  Charlm  A.  Vaughan  ol
' '.'��� Vm '^cupolinn merchant, intend
rtKd UnE^"^0" '" ',urchM�� **** lollowing
�� l"��t planted on tho ��uth
. ... It,.,., ,���,| ���i,nut four milm
r-.  . , "   '"��'"' the Skwna lllver, Ihence
'   i linnet   -ii chain, north, thence HO
e  ,.;.:;,."'","". chain, soulh to point ol
I lalnlfj, r,io acrm more or leaa.
^ ..ill 1IAK1.KS A. VAIIOIIAN
ii. :,.'':;',^!f|��70iiw��|a(0Mii
{.���,... V "���'"���M"J.,hnl>,rley of I'rince
1 ac,.'; ,,' 1'"'""l""l"f married woman, Intenda
J acMhJrJI UiHr " l" l'm*i**" **-" 'ollowlna
I! ..'   ' �� I'O'I I'lantnl in chalna eaal
I I ,", ., '"' '""n the snuthweat corner of
Iai,,.' li'. " '""'��� llanter,, thence aouth 80
lalias'ii, ��� ' ""''/"chalna. Ihence norlh B0
I hi of ... . ' '" rl'��m�� more or leaa to the
.., 1,... "''""'nt' containing 32(1 acrea
". .Mar ;.,u'.u- J0"N 'to*1*'* COBLEY
fm*. Km. t. lni
ler. 1, " ,1':'", M"ry l,p" """on of Vancou
I" pcenlMlon ,I "nl! "Pinater. Intenda to apply
I ,���|,   """'"" "' I'urchaw tha Allowing datcrlhad
������lh I., LninS ._ v* Ihence almut 30 chalna
�����*'. u.i.im .,'''.' ,,'"""��� H" ch,|na waat t' Lot
[he,,;,, ��Z"i :" ���["**���" **m to Lot A9SI,
t>t MI iSSS*��Kj l,8nM ��> ^alna aoulh to
i��h, \im__t_r.,i ,**** ���"*��� **"""* 20 *-***-l*"
��� ���ncmenl r.,,,.1 """", "aat to point ot eom-
|l'.��t nwi,; 'm'",' ",8, -s'V""��� m"r" '""""
"ub. March 4 MAllY imA' ��EATON
Sl.i'.'tia I .tin.l Dintrict~ District of Cusniar
Tftki- notice thnt l_ John  McDonald of  Prince
Kup.it. ll.C, occupation h��u>lket>pi>r, intendn to
U'l'iy for prrmiiiiun  tu purc)mM> tho fullowing
tloncribod land*:
CommonciriK at a po*t planteil thro��> and one-
half null"- in an t>n*terly direction from the point
on Nai- Kiver where the Lava Lake trail betrinR
and one mile lh a northerly direction from the
���unl LftV* Lake trnil, thence Miuth eighty chainn.
thence west Nt chaini*, ihence north 80 chain*,
thence eant BO ehainn to point of commencement,
containlnir 640 acre*.
Date Keh. :i, UU. JOHN MrDONALD
I'uh. March 10, Joneph Uelway, Airent
Skeena l.:in-l Diatrict���Dintrict of Cannlar
Take notice that 1 Andrew Cumminim of Vancouver, H.C, occupation cook,  intrn.is to applv
for perminninn to purchane the followinR described landn:
Commencinir at a pont planter] three nnd one
half milen in an easterly directum from the point
on Nna* Itiver where the Lavu Lake trail beitii.a
near the trail, thence went SO chains, thence wuth
tut chainn, thence east 80 chains, thence north W
chnins to point of commencement, containing '���*"
acres.
Date Feh. :i. tUIl. ANDREW OJMIIINGS
Pub. Mar. 10. Joseph Itelway, Airent
Skwna Land Dintrict -District of Coant KatiKe V
Tako notire that Ldith Alice Crowtlier o(
tklec, Yurksliin*. Kn^land, occupation spinster,
Intenda to apply for permission to purchase the
(allowing deacrihetl landa:
Commencing at a pont planteil at the south east
corner of surveyed lot .%'.*.-\. Range 5, Coaat District, thence north along the easterly limit ol the
aaid lot 35 chains more or loaa to the aoutherly
limit of Lot BfiSi Itange f>, ooMt district, thence
i'.'-i along the southerly Timit of tha last mentiont'd
lot 60 chalna to a point, thenre in a southerly direction .(.'. chaina parallel to the said
easterly limit of lot 391M, thence in �� westerly direct inn 60 chains more or U -*������ to
the point of commencement containing 210 acres
more or leaa.
EDITH ALICE CROWTHBR
Dated March H, 1911.
Pub. March 25.
Skeena Land Afistrict���District of Queen Charlotta
Islands
Tako notice that Ceo. IL Laux of Prince Kupert,
H. C., occupation harbor, Intends to apply for
la-rmisnion to purchaau the following described
lsnds:
Commencing at a poal planled about seven
mllea woat and one mile aouth rrom the mouth
of Stanly Crvek, Naden Harbor, ihence south 80
chains, thonce woat 40 chaina, thonco north 80
chains, thence east 40 chains.
Dated March 17, 1911. OBO. H. LAUX
Pub. Aoril .2. Numa DemeraJAgent
Skeena Und District-District of Cassiar
Take notice thai I Holcom McDonald of Prince
Rupert. H.C. occupation laborer,  intenda to ap
ply for permission to purchase the followinir do
scribed lands:
Commencing at n post planted three and one-
half miles in an easterly direction from the point
on Nuns Hiver where the Lnva Ltk�� trail begins
and one mile in a northerly direction from the
said Uva Uke trail, thence north B chains,
theme west HO chains, thence south 80 chains.
thence eant chains to point of commencement,
eontninintr 640ncrea.  rw*MAtn
Date Feb. 3.1911. BOLl OM McDONALD
Pub. Mar. 10. Joseph Belway. Auent
Skoena Und District-District of CurfU
Tnko noticv that   I, iuam Webster Kspbn of
Stewart    B.C., occuiiation    auctioneer, inlend to
apply  for permission to   purchase   the   following
dt*cnl>ed lands: , .
CnninienrinK nl a post planted on tho right
bank of the Naaa river about nine miles above
the forks of the Naas river, thenci- southJQ cliains,
thenc west M) chains, thenn- north HO chains,
thenn- MD BO chains to point 01 commencement,
entaining 640 MMjgQg ^HSTK|l KsrUN
Dttad March 14, Wit. Frank Sidney Wright, Agt
Pub. May 17.
Sk* na Land District-Diatrict of Coaat Rang   6
Take notice that   Hanjamin   Ru��l    RljM of
Princa Rupert, B. C, occupation waller, intonds
to ap'lj l5 permiasion to purchaae the following
*ffiS& ��� P-�� pjyai SjM&VSi
(mm the -outh eaat corne of Lot BON, thence 70
chains wost, thence 65 chaina north, thonce 70
chain- e��t, thrnco SS img*** ��j? J
commencement; C'mtjln.ng 4f,, acros, mor. or
lent l*<��t marked H R. R.. B�� **��� ^or-
l-'otM^h?' ""dENJAMIN S0S8BL BICE
��***-��� oi-^v;^ufCo"l,u"rr
Takonotl^ that Wm. I.c-Uc of S""'"1"'';^
^tSmmttw.i��...��t ..i��"t.;i 4.1i*a w��t
and 12(1 ohaina aouth "f.th"r'i",^"i" t Wm Uallr.
NO 17M, ranKa S coaat .il-ttW.n'rknlWm^U.or
N W nimrr thenco anuth *" chaina. tnoncc an
acre., more or loaa.        wM   , ,,sUK
T. U. I.nlrd. A��nnt
Dattnl Maroh 20th. l'Jll
Pub. April 29th, 1911
Take noliee that 1. Char lea In���( ��1�� W
���, S,e��(.rt, H. ('.. oreupala.nWjh <   ��� <"<����� ng
apply   lor permiaaion  to  purcnas.
iloaerllied landa: ���,.���,,���1  nn  the  ri|[ht
Commonclna  al.  a  poal  I'""'"',,"  ,|,nvotha
bank ol the rJ.a�� river a bout Itt      lj ��� ������ l��
l���rk. ot the Naaa r ver, Ihonoo       in    u
ISSS eWaaPt%0SOchC:iS'.";o _*X J*''�����''���'<���
nintaining M0 acrm more nrl'w"-     .,  mkt(;alF
Skeen. ...ndl)l��trl(i.r|''W'^^liS'r   ol
Take notice thai  I.   I "lie    .     n   '     " ,
Stewart,  B.  C.,  fC"';"'1',^}."   (he  lollowing
apply  lor permiaaion  to  purrnaai
NEW COLLAR SET
Hew   to   Make   These   Pretty
Dutch Collars Yourself
The girl who likes to lighten
a dark costume with dainty frills,
should make herself one of the
sets of rounding Dutch collar and
cnlTs in plaited lawn.
The frills are made of line white
lawn or dotted muslin, and are
cut three and a half inches wide
for the collar, and two inches for
the cliffs.
M; rk thc edge in a tiny scallop
with ;��� spool of two hundred cotton-
and buttonhole in white or colored
mercerized cotton in a shallow
line, When finished sew into
eighth of an inch side plaits and
KW into narrow hand the right
length to fit around wrist and neck
The frill falls softly from the hand
or in the sleeves may be inverted
and turned back, lieing caught
at ore side with a lace pin.
Instead ol arranging in plaits,
which are hard to iron, tiie frills
may lie run in thread tucks to
give the fulness. This model is
good for high turnover effects and
for the Dutch collar.
Coffee Cake
Take two quarts of bread sponge
add one well beaten egg, half
cup of good lard, one cup si gar,
a little salt and cinnamon;   mix
A PLEA
Why come asking ine to share
Foolish   doubts   that   till   your
mind,
Needless worries that you hear,
Hate or fear that you peer
Into every nook to find?
Why come asking me i" sigh
If you have no heart for glir:'
If the sun has left your sky
Why presume to spread gloom
Over other men or me?
Take your foolish cares and go,
If you will cling to dismay;
But if I may cause ihe woe
To depart from your heart
And teach gladness to you, stay!
���S. E. Kiser
SASH STYLES
THIS SEASON
Charming Return of a Pretty
Feature in Dress
However the sash be used, it is
always graceful, always feminine,
always charming, and upon the
thin dainty materials of the summer gowns it will be used to
produce very pretty and attractive
results.
Fichu effects arc very popular
this season, and deservedly so,
since it is a style almost universally becoming, and very often
the sash is used in fichu form. The
sash ribbon and gauze or chilfon
are arranged over the bodice to
Double Weekly Service ~T
T
S.S. PRINCE RUPERT md S.S. PRINCE GEORGE
For Stewart, Sundayt, 8,00 * ���,.
For
Vancouver
Victoria
ANU
Seattle
VTgJlSSM
Li
,ITEMS   OF..,
iSPORT
..+.~
Mondays and Fridays at 8 a.m.
���a. Prince Albert sails for Port Simpson, Nans Kivor Points, Masset,
Nuilt'ii Harbor, uvory Wtdnti-
tlay, 1.00 p.m.
mill for:
Rafuae Hnv, Bkldegate, Queen
Charlotte City,   Lockeport,   IV
coli, Jedwity,   Ikeda Bny,   Rote
Harbor  and  return  via  Queen
CharlotU' City every  Saturday,
1.00 p.m.
The  Grand Trunk Railway Sjratem
connecting with traiim from the l'acilic
coast operates a frequent and convenient Borvice of luxurious trains over its
double  track route  between  Chicago,
Toronto,   Montreal,   Quebec,   Halifax,
Portland, Boston, New York and Philadelphia.    Information  and tickets obtainable from the office hereunder mentioned.   Trans-Atlantic bookings by all
lines arranged.
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT ANU PASSENGER AUENT
Chicago, Si.  Louis, Cleveland,
and MoMiiii have not won B game
from Pitcher Ross of the Highlander since the beginning of the
sea-aim  of   1910.
Canadian Pacific Railway
SUMMER EXCURSIONS
���FROM-
PRINCE RUPERT
ANO Rt:T(!RN ANIl UTOKM
Wuh,���.,���,��� |9a.(io St. Paul tsn.oo
Toronto    11710 Chicaim ItBJO
M.Ji.ti.Mi u-_ ... Now York. ..129.C0
Fur full partlculara call on or write
J. G. McNab General Agent
Coast to Coast
OCEAN TO OCEAN
Tickets   To   All   Points
ROGERS' Steamship and
Railway Agency
Second Ave. Phono llfi
ilMrrltad landa: ���i������i,���i almut ono milo
Commencing it I t'"" >''' '". ���" ��ovon mllea
north ol tlie^laaa river ��"'' "",'vcr unilroam,
.hove the [org "I the NM�� W��� ffl ,hi|^
thonce north SO chain., d'^J" �� ������ ch���|ni l0
thenco aouth 80 chalna, thenci ��i Km
point   ol   commoncemciK,   WBtaroun
more or loaa. uv...rlK KIlWlN  BAPfiKH
Pale, March 23.19n,:,V'.Lsi,l,,yWrl��ht,A,t
I'ub. May 17.
m
We have just received a
large shipment
of
Christie's
Over 100 different kinds
Groceries
Provisions
Fruits
Vegetables U    Telephone No 187     STALKER & WELLS
������������������������������������������������������������������MIHHHHHB������������������������
and let rise; now roll out in sheet,
cover wilh melted butter, cinnamon, and sprinkle with sugar
and when light press with a spodn
deep holes and fill with thick
sweet cream and hake at once.
Delicious; and warmed over only
improves it; not so good cold.
KITCHEN NOVELTIES
New   Invention  to Help  Busy
Housewives
Among the new inventions might
be mentioned an egg-poacher which
poaches eggs three at a time in
cup-like receptacles; also a new
cereal cooker, long needed���broad
and flat, with dish for water, tigh
cover and side handles. This is a
great improvement on thc double
boiler on account of thc large
surface exposed to the heat.
A new kind of steel knife cleaner
is fastened to thc table and turned
by a handle. It is made of two
discs, and flour of emery by
turning thc handle is conveyed
to thc discs. So far as variety of
choice goes, there seems no excuse
for any housekeeper golngwith out
proper working utensils.
POACHED EGGS
Did You Ever Try Them With
Rice?
Have ready some nicely boiled
(or steamed) rice. Poach the
eggs carefully in boiling milk (with
B little salt added), then place each
one in the centre of a mound of
the rice. Sprinkle thc eggs wilh
salt and pepper, placing a small
lump of butter on each one; garnish with parsley. The milk may
be made into a sauce and served
with the rice and eggs, if desired,
by   adding   enough   white   flour
give the desired effect, thc sash
ribbon being tied in a large flat
bow, either at back or front, as is
found most becoming.
One beautiful evening gown of
mousseline and lace had a gracefully draped fichu of lace caught
at the left side and held by a sash
of delicate heliotrope that extended
down the side and terminated in
a large rosette. On the many
white and black and white costumes this season the sash will
often be used to add an effective
touch of color.
An example of its use in street
costumes was seen recently iu a
very smart suit of blue serge
made wilh a short Kton-like jacket.
This sash was of black satin and
finished the high waist line, falling
in long, straight ends at the left
side In front, the ends finished with
black bead tassels.
LEFT NURSE A MILLION
Crippled   Athlete   and   Broker
Left Fortune to Housekeeper
New York, May 24.���By the will
of Walter K. Duryea, thc crippled
athlete and broker, filed today, the
bulk of his fortune, estimated at
��2,500,000 goes to Miss Eleanor
Peregrin, a trained nurse who
acted as his housekeeper for the
last twelve years of his life. She
is given 850,000 outright, 130,000
in trust and a house in Montelair
N. J., and all the residue of the
estate after certain legacies have
been paid. Her total share is
thought to be 81,500,000. Walter
Duryea broke his neck in diving
in August, 1898. Hc spent the
rest of his life in a harness but
managed his affairs with great
shrewdness.
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second aveiue and Thinl street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
MUNRO  f*   I.AII.EY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:- a run mis
Law-Butler Building      I'hone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 351
ALFRED CARSS, C. V. IIENNETT, B.A.
of Hi ii i-h Columbia of ll.C OaUrio, Sa-
and Manitoba Bara. katchewan  and Al-
lartn Bara.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc
Olflw-Exchange block, rornrr Third avenue and
Sixth atrwt. Trinca Runart. _
WM. S. HALL, L. D.S., U. D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental onerationa akllfully treated. Oaa and
local annnthcllea admlnlatered for the palnleaa extraction of teeth. Conaultatlon free. OIBrea:
Helircraon Block. Prince Ruoert. 11-12
HANDASYDE   <&  HURT
AGKNTS   FOR   ITMb   MACHINERY
...AND    CONTRACTORS    SI'ITIIIJ.-i...
P. O. Box 436 - Office 3rd and Fulton
The handsome Hartney cup,
offered for competition among the
professional lacrosse clubs by Mr.
*.'��� T, Hartney, is au attractive
piece nl silverware. The tropin,
which is a perpetual one, will go
to the team scoring the largest
number of goals during each season.
Tin her Jack 1'feister's days with
the Chicago National League team
are apparently numbered. Manager Frank thance announced that
ill 1 the National League clubs
had waived on the southpaw and
the probabilities are he will be
released to the Louisville American
Association Club.
By winning the Kempton Park
Jubilee Handicap Bachelor's Double, the property of Sir (Ieorge
Murray, stamped himself as one
of the greatest handicap horses
f the age. He won the race
Carrying the heavy weight of eight
stone eleven pounds. The heaviest
burden ever carried to victory
in this event was thai in 1800,
when Victor Wild won with nine
stone seven pounds in lhe saddle.
Mike Donlin may join the Boston Rustlers. Mike has been out
of   the  game   two   years,   but   he
daims that he is still there as a
hitler.
The conclusion of the English
football season has been dramatic.
Manchester  Tinted  have for  the
second time become the league
champions, with Aston Villa the
runners-lip, or exactly the same
relative positions as in l'.IOT-OK.
On each occasion the United have
earned *>'2 points.
EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE     :      :
jFREE
j       Kor  nil  kinds  of help,  cooks, |
j  waiters, dishwashers, hotel por- j
ten, all kinds of luhorers or me- I
chanlci, call up )
Phone No. 178
or call st the j
Grand Hotel Free Employment  Office j
Headquarter! forcooki & waiters ,
4*'^* I1 aa*, ^..^..^fc.^^a^.aa^afc.^^a^.,.^ ,. ^.. aa^  1
ROGERS & BLACK
WHOLESALE   DEALERS   IN-
Building  Material,   Cement,   Lime,
Hair-fibre Plaster, Colce, Blacksmith
Coal,   Common Brick,
Pressed Brick
Shingles, Lath, New Wellington Coal
ALL ORDBRS I'HO.MI'TLY KILLED
See Us for Prices.
Phone No. 116
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND ItETAlI. DHUCOIST
Phone No. 200 p. 0. Box 580
PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
j; w. j. McCutcheon
ii   Carrion com plptv Btock of Drugs.   Spoctal   ,,
attention paid to tillinK prt'tu-riptionB.       , ,
Theatre Block pmonr n... 79 Second Ave. !!
���  lAAAiiAJiiiAJnIililil'   '   * _*____-m_.m. m ._m_ _________  ,
TTTTTTtTttTttTTttTTTtttttT
>C CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Agents
Ordera promptly filled.   Pricea reaaonoble.
OFFICE-H. B. Itochiaatir. Centre St.     Phona 6H.
Reilly's Bakery Lunch
^Empress Theatre Basement
Cor. 2nd Ave. and 6th Street
No less than thirty players ;>re
liattinn better than .300 in tlie
American association and an even
dozen are clouting for ,400 and
over. OtisClymer, Billy Hallman,
Del Howard, I'rcd t'arlseh and
Phil Sitton arc cx-1'irates in the
charmed circle of club swingers,
while Main Hyatt is about ready
to force his way into select society.
Packey McFarland has agreed
to meet Mat Wells, the British
lightweight champion, in a ten-
round bout to be staged in Milwaukee early in June. The lighters have settled upon 183 pounds
at 3 o'clock. The date will probably be June 9.
Martin Sheridan announces he
has competed for the last time
in the all-round championships,
and that he is content to leave his
present world's all-round record
of 7,38a points for others to shoo
at, Martin has not the time nor
the inclination to go through another long seigc of training necessary to fit himself for an all-round
championship.
For the first time this year an
American owner captured one of
the big events over the Long
Champs course. Colonel Millard
Humsicker's Bolide II won the
fillies' trial prize, worth 817,(100,
from a good field. The distance
was one mile and Bolidell finished
a length in front of W. F. batman's
La Becasse and Walburge, which
finished second and third respectively. The betting was 12 to 1
against Bolide II.
! Rochester &
\.T   x Monroe
' Ladysmitm
LivV H Coal
\<   Phone iis
===E.   EBY   Ci_   Qo.__=
RFAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkulum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM ��� B. C.
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO.  63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members of  the  order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
G. S. JOHNSTONE, N.G.
H. MORTON. Secretary.
F. W. HART
UNDEUTAKEll 4 KMIIALMER
STOCK   eoMPl.KTB
Utile's NEWS Agency
MiiKH/.iiH'N :: Periodicals :: Newspapers
CIGARS   ::  TOBACCOS   ::   FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
p. o. uox 2s
Owen Moran, the English lighi-
piiiNCE rupert weight, who is matched with Wol-
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
punt, or wm. poxon, ksq., a.r.a.m.."i.on��� SKO.
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
FOR SALE
SIXTH  STREET
PRINCE RUPERT
Read The Daily News
I
Fruit   :   Produce   :
WHOLESALE
Feed
H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave.
gast for 25 rounds in  'Frisco on
July 4th, has an unusual record,
Although   he   has   taken   part   in
ninety fights he has never suffered
a knockdown.    In lhe recent bailie with McFarland at the Fairmont A. C, some of the spectators
thought  that Moran was floored
by a punch on the jaw in one of
thc early  rounds.     Moran,  after
the bout, s.iid that he slipped in
avoiding  a  straight   left   for   thc
chin,   and   lost   his  balance.     In
this hc was corroborated by McFarland, who declared that he did
not land a  hard  blow  ami   that
Moran, in breaking ground, tripped
Lots 6 and fi, Block 28,
Section 1,
$3000, 25 per cent, cash,
balance 1, 2, 3 years,
7 per cent.
GEO. W. MORROW
1076 Nelson St., Vsncouver, B.C.
BOWLING,
|����M��1��M����1*e����l��*M��M��t��MMi
BILLIARDS
and POOL
4 Alloys. 7 TtibloB.     A itootl exercise.   A clean sport.   Ladles every
afternoon.     Newman  Block, between Pth ����nd 7th Sts.
TKn Morrison.    Proprietor and Manager
_ THK    DAILY   NEWS
I OUR SODA
I .FOUNTAIN.
j   IS OPEN
|   FOR'11
t      Pure [ee Cream   with   all   the
[ "Fixins"
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!  C  H ORME
i
KINCOLITH WON MARCH
SKIDEGATE THE OVERTURE
Brass Band Contest Among the Indian Tribes Was a
Great Success    Musicians Acquitted Themselves With Very Credit.
The Pioneer Drufntitt
PHONE
82
Winner of March Contest,
Kincolith Band, Conductor,
William Macdonald, selection
played, Battleship Alabama
March."
| Winner of Overture Contest,
| Skidegate Band, conductor Mr.
| Soloman, selection played,
I Bridal Rose Overture, by La-
|   velle.
I Prizes Silver cups and med-
j als for the bands. Gold medals
for the conductors.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skiitiu l.ainal ln-lnd   -Dialrici ol Count HaiiKi' &
Tuk a Haul  t.  Basil  Hull  Ki'imoy ol V ur
mouth, Snaii Sootla, oooupatlon laarriM wunuui.
llltialial' taa   ,l|i|ila     lair    piTIH Waillll    III    pUrCllllHO    I 111'
tOllOWln|    'la    arilaaal    UlllU:
Commwieini m * poll planted it north oust
ciiriiir aal  I . I. I.aal B8M8, llii'iii'i' rumiiiiK WVt ID
ehalm, thon, in li .su chains, ihi'iico eion .|u
t'laiilii-,   Ili.'inv   aa.iailil   .Sl)   clulinH   tu   [iluci- of   colli
nioiic."iia'ial   eontalnlne   380  acroi   moro  nr   U'sa.
MV   paa.-at    Li   I'll   soutli   Cllsl   ClinilT   of   lltllll   ajl|llil'll
faar, m.irlaail letter! S. !���:., ubout OH iiiilo west  of
l.ukt'   l.llkaJl-a-,   -aatltll   uilll-   ul   Sklt'IlU   liVLT   District
of Coul Until:!' .'���.
Hut.a.1 AiariUH. IUll.      IIKI.l. II.V1.I, KKNNE\
I'uli. Mai KI. John lluvorty, Agent
KI
LADIES'
HAND BAGS
Skfonu l.unal Districl -Dintrict of Cussiur
Tuko noUc,' t|mt   |, Jumea  Dunlop ol I'rinco
KupiTl,   II.   C,   iiccupuliain   tiaurnatcr,   inti'ml   to
upply   lor   permission   lo   purcliuse   the   lollowinK
llfSCrllaaai    llllllls:
Commonoinf ut u post pluntiil ubout two miles
south uf tha lairks of lhe White uml l-'lut rivers,
thenci1 nairth  .su chuina,  thanco  west  .so chains,
thence south so chnins, ihence eusl SI) cliuins
���v part in tin' contest got tip nnni Apni u, i��n. james dun
, ,        , i I'uli. Mu   IS. Fruncis S. Trenton. Auent
Mr. J. h. dray at very slum
Some nf ilu
In tin- Empress Thratre
tlif afternoon seven Indian
during
Bands
���jt-
Wc have just received a
shipment ��f tlie neweet
stv i.-s uinl latest designs
In ladies' Velvet and leather lliuitl Hair'. We especially invite y.u In eall
anil let us show you our
neve   tfoods	
C. B. WARK
Jeweller
i ���>
notice.
Iril far in enter .unl .1
well indeed
the enthusiasm  with  which
mil-  Irivi]     Blwaa Unal District-District of Coaat llunito 5
' Tuke  notlOO  that  Annie  Muasullem  of   I'rince
itujiert, II. C,, iiccupution murried wotnun, inlentln
! to upply fur perminaiotl tu purchuse the followinK
It   Was  .1   tri'.lt   lo  set' : <i'����b"d lamls:
tlitl  very
Sl'l
tlir
Commueni ul a pont plumed ut u t>unt ul thu
Miuiliwmt eoniiT, til) chuins vast two N- K. cunier
of   Lut   1118,   Ilurvvy'*   Survey,   Coust   District,
' rt inHiirtnm  loot;  ilu ir nl ices h tli in ' KanKu 5, ihi'iicw earn lit) cliuins, thenco north 40
cunuuciore uwk uh ii places uaton JJJJ^ lht,NC,. Wl,st 40 chiiillil. llu.nwi wml|, bo
li unl   i��i lead  tlirir  hands      \*.  ehalni, Uwua Mat 'iu cimins, thence uutli *jo
nana  ta icaa uieir ranus.    ABjJjJg; t0 |loilll o( comim.ncemoni, eonulning 120
' .md concluded
ucres more or less.
I'..'. il Muy K, 1911
Puh. May 18.
ANNIE Ml SSALLKM
mmm**m*****m**mmmmm*****m*mm**��********
***.**,***_���*********���***>���*>** m\tt**m<*m-'*-m'*\*
Clarmont Rooms
Located on Sialh Ave. near  Fulton
TtmotoflwmtnatM from cm*
tn��of budiMM district, Nino-
tan newly fnrtiithe^i rOOlIU*
Hot ami colli wuter, bath ami
telei'h-inr. Nrwiy furnishttl.
I'ndfr now management.
IM
each band concluded its turn the
bandsmen took their places in
the hall in specially reserved seats
to hear the performance <>t their
rivals, and ii was interesting tol
study the expression of the players
i:i the role "i critics.
Ambitious Critics
The programme of music played i
Ity the Indian  Bands reveals atl
I'lK't
the
"t satisfaction they gave t<> the
judges and the audience is in
itself as much reward as the prizes
they won* By drawing lots die
order of perfromance was settled
on, and was as follows:
The Kitkatla Band led off with
the Overture from William Tell,
and a characteristic march. Then
followed the < ��reenville Hand which
|��la\V(l    >(SOUnds    f I'i Ml     England," I Skit-in Und DUtrirt--Dirtrict of Cajwiar
���     .. e ��� ��� i I     Taku notice that  1, ltrvntuii Jtirdon Moon> ol
i: i lading many lavontc airs, and v.*-..-- u���*���,-:���*. u.< ..<���<���..���I.t".-*.. nmtncK.r.mt.-i..i
. , .        ,,,,       . .   jio apply for permission tu purchase the fullowing
also a popular march.   I lu* Ayansn \ 4��ctiin��i iumm
<w . . , , , _   .     *      . ( omiini.cn,��  ut  a ptttH  planted itWul ill)  three
���0 luml       plaVt-tl       tilt1 I Ulinipll.il milea nouth and '.-���  two mi!.- m��i (,[ the forks
JJi mm        I ������ i     ' ,i  ��� I. "f White and Flat rivers ihence bO chaina moulIi
*.*_��� Mart'U     tiV I HOI", and tilt' Overture thenre  ���*����� chatm�� ttttt. thence mi rhaimt north,
__���!__ ,. i,      ,. ....        ... thence -'i chains east.
l*J |nun ttnunod* rauste     1 Ih- kin- iihknton johuon* UOORB
11Z ,.   .      ..        .       . t      . ....        .      | Dat ml April 20, 11*11.      Francis S. I'n* ton, Agent
|��! eolith   Hand   played   tin*   'Battle-   Pub.May 1��"
Skeena Land Dbtrict -District of Cussiar
Taka   notiw   that   I,   Thomas   McMeekin   of
I'rince Rupert, II. ('., occupution clerk, Intend to
apply   fur  permission   to  purchase  the  followinic
.l.-iTii'i'l lands:
Commencinit at a port plunted about two mill*
south of the forks of the White uml Flut rivers,
thence north M) chuins, thencv eust i>0 chains,
thence south 8U chuins, thence west hU chains.
Dated April 18, l'Jll. THOMAS UttMBBKIN
I'uh. Mai' 13. Francis S. Preston. Atient
Skeetia l^and District���District of Cussiur
Tuke nutice thut 1, Charles L. DtlgTOV* of Stewart 11. Ce, occupation prospector, intend to apply
ilu*   tiuiliitiniK   cliaractcr   uf  (or p^Bnlirton to purchase um foQowtng daenoM
lands:
mU8idanS,    and     till'    amoUllt        Oimmencintj at a post planted uhout sU miles
' south and one mile west uf tne lurks uf the \V lute
and Flat river*, thence suuth hO chains, thence
east HO chains, thence nurth SO chains, thence west
mj chains.
Dated April 20, 1911.     CHARLKS DKLUROVE
I'uh. May 13. Krancb S. l'n*ton. Agent
Skwna Land District���District of Cassiar
Take notice thut 1 Francis S. l'reston of I'rince
Kupert,  ll. C, occupation prospector, intend to
apply   for  permiasion   to  purchase  the  fullowing
descrihed Unds:
Commencing at a post planted ahout Ihtvv
milt* south and two miles west of the forks ol
the While uml Flat rivers, thence south hO chains
thence east M) chuins, ihence north 80 chuins,
thence west  SO chains.
Dated April 20, lull.     FRANCIS S. PRESTON
Pub .Way 13
!|j j ship Alabama March," and as
|) Overture Stradella, by Wagner.
���J  I'ort SimpMni Hand which though
INSPECTION      -       -      INVITED
1*1 summoned  in
(ii
hast<
.   . -���
Skeena Land DUtrict-District of Cassiar
Take   notice   that   I,   Charlo   M.   Knuuse   of
Prince Kupert,  l(. C, occupation farmer, intend
lo appl.   lor permission to purchan- the following
devcrHH'd lands:
Cotnnii'iTing at a post planted uhout R) three
miles south and (2)two miles west of the forks of
While rin ' and Flat river, thencv south 80 chains,
thenn west n chains, thence north t*u chaint,
thence east fiO chaina.
Dated \pn!20t 1911.      CHARLKS M. KNOCSK
-\    Nlli'lt   I*u*>. May 13. Francis S. Preston, Agent
���t��KM
rat lur
rcpu-
King
Classified
mon grounil
rati' to  a
Here is our
modem newspaper Bivea the public Is J
��� ami worker, landlo
i modern convenleneejin reao
Advertisements
     :.-..., H.nment eolurans.
n tho classified advertisement c
��"" '"' "��������� ' ' ���-���-������������   !"- ,,0^nanT7o?k^l��rd-a^^^ %?.**
There buye'r'and'eeffer, '<^��v^^^^ News will
ropui inii-i" word per Insertion
nominal price ol ." cent .1._***>, j Un_   tnv t
Vo put tins modern ^7���-^" V'lniwStonr'iftalmnm charm of 28 cents.
' PCte8l��fled8Ad5ertisrnBdC?o"mn  for today.     Watch   it  Krow.
. ^.+
WHALES SEEN
NEAR NADEN
They are of the    Right" Kind
Too.
t	
(        Lo
Lost and Found
+	
1
WILL   START   HUNTING
This Specie is Valuable for Its
Sperm Good Prospect for
the New Harbor Whaling Station.
airNH   Kii'lt'i'it toomil nowly furnlnhoil.   Thv
ll ,11,1,.. Block, l'.ill Av.'.. nvar Kulton.    lll'J-lm
 -i
Wa hiiw two ooty hpuiekwlM topmi tmnnt.
Iliirln in town.   H. F. Mvlluv A Co.        llf-tr
For Rent
Rlgh
Mew 7-ri.aim hoUM on AmbrOM Aw., lanrlly  fiir"
nlihed.rtnl ISI,   Apply on premlM. or Uox n*
ily on iirvn
Uli-llll
the f
That  the new whaling station
recently opened al Naden Harbor
will  in  all  probability yieli
largest returns during thc season
which   has  just   commence!
the belief of many shipping men.
Reports have been received here
that the species of whales knownjni
as the "Right" the most valua
Nu'c I'lviin bright outild. iu��ma. Bulkley Block
Jlh'Aw., near Kulton. WH-lm
lliiilsv fiirniiali.il for houpvkvoninil. 2 riK.ni��. JIT
per month: laiiok of rink. Apply Liiw-Hutlvr
Company. ua-mn
Nice furnllhed room, aincloor for houBvkvvpinir,
Apply Drexel RoomlneBoua*. 2ml A
McBride.
nvar
May :i-lnio
Help Wanted
's I	
1
irl Wor.tvd nt livilly'a Bakery Lunch.  EmprvSB
Tli,'litre Bnaomcnt 114-11.
Manager for first cla^s Health and Acrl-
jent Inaurinoa Compnny. Splendid Induee-
menU. Special anlnry and liberal commission.
Apply to J. L,  McComb. Hvnlth and  Ai-vi.l.-ut
has been discovered ihere in large     Decarunent, EmpireiUt* insurance OmiiW,
.     .        j    611 Winch Building, Vancouver. B.C.   111-12(1
numbers,   aithougl    the  whalers| thorauhb <i��.��tio.trt. w��i
plain cook.   Box C. C. Dally News.       UM1S
the
at    Nineteen ynuntr men to tnke cosy rooma In
Bulkley Block, near Kulton. luit-lm
Boy Wanted.   Apply at Optimiat Ollice.       1'4-tf
Wanted���An A-l aolleitor for the most liberal
Kraternnl Onlers In the world. Call room 2��. I
Empress Hotel.   I. K. Mad'em. lud-lll
Wantvd-.rallo good men to join the Onler of Owls.
C all room SS, Empress   Hotel.    1.  K.  Maillem.
tiH..: *"
1-114
r
have not harpooned many yet.
Since the station was openci
Naden Harbor, the whaling steamers have sighud a greai in.my of
these whales, but they have not
been able to get wilhin range of
the big fellows.
According to information received, it is thought the breeding
grounds of the "Right" whales
are in the vicinity of Naden
Harbor. Very few of this species
of whale have been caught since
the whaling industry commenced.
They are reckoned i" be more
valuable than the sperm and ihei
��� ,   ,, ���__ ���(   , 1...   THE British Union and National Kire  Insurance
amounts paid the members ol lliel   pimpany ���f London, Bncttnd,  with  capital
crews of the whalers for securing
one of these is very large.
Whaling at the other three stations of the Canadian Northern
Pacific fisheries Company is lie-
coming brisker every day. Rough
weather off the coast is mm a
rare tiling ar.d the little steamers
are in their glory. Thc catches so
far have not been large, but
reports which come from the .stations are now beginning to show
an increase each time.
EVERYBODY
WAS HAPPY
CONTINl'KH PROM PAOB 1
were amongg| the most energetic
0( ,|u. spoils Committee. Hiej
i, from morning till
ireak, smooth-
Do away with this,
launilry.    Whiti
Patronise a white
labor only at
| Board Wanted j
WANTEO-Konm and hoard   in private family
X.M.. Optimist Ollice. 14
Fire Insurance i
FRED. STORK
-General Hardware
Builders' Htrdware
Valves & Pipes     Oxford Stoves
Qranltewsre     Tinware
���
i
���
SECOND
��   .  t  .
AVENUE ���
��������� ���- ��  ��� -���-���
mil
unprepared,    h.i^   a    great
i.ition,   played   thc   Steel
March by St. Clair, and
in Berlin," by Hartmann.   JMct-
lakatla's   Hand  gave   the   "Jolly
Robbers" by Suppc, and thc Tro-
cadcro Overture, and thc Skidegate Hand played the "Fairest of
the   Fair"   March   and   "Hrildal
Rose i Iverture" by Lavelle.
Hint for Rupert
AS    ludateS   Messrs     I     S    Grav Sk.aena Land Diatrict -District of Caaaiar
���'      V, .   J' "''>���       Take notice that 1. John L. Mitchell of I'rinee
\\ llll.llll    Godson,    \\ .    I..    U.irker. ' "uRCTt'. "��� C'.. occupation l)ookke,aper. Intend to
SUPREME COURT
HERE IN JUNE
stayed with
afternoon without a
ing matters oul  nnd guiding  the
course ,,i the lively programme
swiftly and well. As Judges the
Mayor, and Alderman Vernor
Smith i""k especial part in the
morning's sports, and their post
at the tape-line was an arduous
one.
Wee Boys Went It
There were about twenty live
little boys in the lineup for the
Wee !!">>' Race, and they contested every inch of the course
manfully. One little Dorando
came a sad cropper, and was with
difficulty consoled with candy.
The winners made the pace hot,
and held thc lead all the way. As
lhe races were run off the competitors were gathered from older
boys and girls, and when it came
to the Hundred Yards races for
and girls the rivalry grew
Particularly was ihis so
in the Hoys' Hundred Yards Race.
Here in the line up were lithe
young stalwarts keenly alive to
iheir importance as coming athletes. Amongst their chums they
had their champions, and loud
and shrill were thc cries of encouragement as the race was run
in heats.
A Coming Champion
Winners of the first heat in
the Hoys' race were Frank Hilland
and (ieorge Ambrose. The race
was ������ tremendously hot one, and
the contestants burst the tape
with energy fit to finish a record
,     iBycxpirienoodmannnd wife,,, cook nm)  helper   QuartCT lllilc.     Till' willllel's of   llll'
Hie |    in mining camp or country hotel.   Apply  H. L. j   '
second heat were Frank  Dowling
ami   Jack   Christiansen,   and   the
four lined  up for the final with
ulcu       * a|| (j,,. determination of amateurs
.-^.���~~i in  ;���   championship.    Kxperineced
ome cooked meals anal nicely furnished rom.' athletes    i roUllll    till'    I.-pC-lille    .It
for three persons.     Apply Mrs. Jamea. Scott      ,        f'.,.;,.!,    ,,f    .1.,.    r.,..,,    u-i>r��   ��!������-
Bld��..:ird Av,-.. between Mh ami. thSia.   M-tf ' "u    tllilsll    III    tile   Mil    \\ i-R'   tie-
lighted   with   the   lime   made   by
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
I CAN sell
you a lot in Section ll, 7 or 8 on a smal|
cash payment and easy terms.
Listings of houseH  anil  lota wanted in
all sections.
I have parties who want to huy property in Sections 5 or li if prices arc riulit.
For quick sale, see me
JOHN DYBHAVN
Open Evenings Exchange Block
oKKKMKMiooecxxxxxsecxxxxxxxo
Does Your Watch    s
���+ boys ai
I ! sterner.
aampany
nf K.riOo.imn.ul.    See us for rates.
Itealtv antl Insurance t'aampanv.
The Mack
70-tf
Situations Wanted
~!
A   clawifipd   ���dvtrtiMOMat   is a tiri*l��*i�� work* J
Younic IimIv, thoroughly itomrstfcnttHl, tfood plain '
cook.   Apply Mox Mt'.. Dally N��WI Office.
uitf
ifntr i-imji o
, Optlmlit.
'.'.'..'.'7
.���������*h.<4>
Boarders Wanted       ', a|| the determination of
Skitna Land Diitrict���iJiMtrin of Caiwlar
Taki- notice that  1, Swan   Hallm of Stewart,
B.   C-.  occupation   carjwnnT.   Intand   to   apply
for iM-rmiMioti to purchaae the following *\* ���<m < *\
lands;
1 ��� . n. ii,i' At a i>"'t plunted about ih) milev
aouth and one( 1) milu w��'��t of the forks of thc White
and Hat rivera, thenco Ml chaina wuth, thence HO
chaina eaat, thencc &0 chaina north, thencv HU
chaina weat.
Hated April 18, 1911. SWAN  HALLBN
I'uh. May 13. Francia S. Trenton, Agent
Sittings Will Open  on  15th
Strange   Anomaly   Occurs
__t _*\_**__*\_*\   ___________________________________*   ���-A*.���.���_���_���.-.���.���.���.���_
WANTED
  m   ���^.
A local rtprtsmtativc ia wanted
for a territory trlbutar) tn Prinee
Ruperl t" tell the hardy non-Irrigated nursery itm-k grown by the
Oregon Nursery Company, Oren-
en, Oregon, Liberal terms. Party
must coma  wall  recommended.
.^..^..^..^.,MiiiKi:s.-.^.~��.^.^^.
Oregon Nursery Company
Orenco Oregon
��*��VvVWvWrtr.Mi>^AiWVWI
apply   [aar   |iermisalon   to  purchase  th
and J. Casley had ., difficult rule. <i��acfiiied umi��:
lint   after   due  consideration  of
thc v.uii .I merits of a marvellously
meritorious group of bands, they
decided as mentioned.
Putting it .is tenderly us possible, I'rinee Kuperi really should
i.iki' ,i lesson from tin   Indians nl
the surrounding districts, and <-
lollowinK
t'omnii'iirinK at a poat planteal aliout (li) five
mllea aouth and ill one mile VHt of the forka ol
lhe VMail.a ami Flat rivera. thenci' marlh ao cliains
llienei- ea-t -u chaina, tnence nouth Mi chaini,
tlu'ncia ..-*l *l, chaina.
Datad April IS, mn.       JOHN L. M1TCHKLL   that
I'ub. May U. Francis S. I'reajten, Auent
I will have in no to \ ictoriafor the
Iu response to a letter to the
Deputy Attorney General, frnm
Mr. Alex M. Manson, secretary
of the Bar Association here, a
telegram was received liy the
Registrar of lhe Supreme Court, to
the effect that a Supreme Court
jiiil^e will hear civil cases in I'rince
Rupert on June 15th and following days.
This creates tlie strange anomaly
a   large   number   of   men
I'rivnte  Hnaral  by thr
C"okinir a specialty
week or month.     Home a
Miss E. M. i;!,-. ..-.. ,1H '
Xa   ^ la ^,, ^,, ^,,^fc.a^,,^,,^n aa^.
��� Real Estate
! hundred   yards
claime
J Ambit
-~*   These
Keep Correct Time ?
���������������������
If not, get a sl anal an I
RAILROAD WATCH
movement lit ted in any  style  of
ease you desire.
LADIES   WATCHES
in i:nlil tilled and solid gold cases.
******
1 R. W. Cameron & Co.
Ollieial Watch Inspectors
for thc G.T.P.
Cor. Gth St. and Second Avenue. B
I'lliiNK 82 "i
OMOOCIOCXXKXXXXXXXXXXXXXaXXO
The Insurance People
���cvr.Rv 0LASS or in i a am i    ukt in it nan-
The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
I'hortr \'-i Thinl Avvnui* ami FiiH��r. St
j   claimed   the   honor   ard   GeOfgl
made a splendid second,
two boys also figure hi^h
A ilasslfle,! mlvertlsement la ��� real estate aajea- j ���"  the pri/e list (or Other CM'lltv
mnn.  nml does  not often count enouxh   "to
count"  in the net result. I
$11*1 Cash huyatwailaats faolnu the Pnrk-llne aoll
for a iranlen.   II. F. Mcllnr ��� Oo 115-lf
NineLvn ynunK men wanted to rent coay furnished in the Ilulklry Kooms, Hth Ave., near I ullui,
109-lm
Jumping Contests
With   the  finish  of  the  Bigger
Boys'   hundred  yards  race   there
was a dwindlirn of the crowd of
For Sale
(  in
 +
lloiisehaiid Qaadt,   Rooms to   e let.
Kvjen. Tth Ave. and Taylo     t. near
Skeena Und Diatrict    District of Caaaiar         ! frilllill.il  assize  there Oil   JltllC  Tltll,
Taka  noUn  dial   William   FrAlerick  Cameron' ...l.je.  ..   c   /' .   I..-I llll
of I'rince  llup.rt,  II.  (, ..ecupation  carpenter. | WnilC B Sllplellle COUTI  judge will
nlends to apply (or permiaaion lo purchaae the, ��� , , , ,   .
loUowlm a^eiihed land.: | ��� VIH,,I,�� ll,n' ""'v t��'n days later.
i aaiiiniiaiirinit   at   a   post   planled   uhout   three
lies niiiili of the forka of the White and  Flat
Notice
pectatore, but the various jump-
nj;   events   were   watched   with
j   interest  liy a considerable crowd.
These events were Contested jusl
SaaunltSi about  luiich-time, and  too much
  credit can hardly lie given to the
members of committee who with
unflagging energy remained with
the   boyt   helping    them   achieve
lablish .,  cit)   l..,���d.    There UiB ^'SS&SlgfeftllSiS El  Presbyterians! Remember Fri-
WIUJAU   FKKDKIUCK CAMKIION day   Night!
Franciss. I'reaton,Agent     An   interesting   time   is  anticipated in the Presbyterian Church
winners.
WIU.|\M FREDERICK CAMKIION
bukc to the city in thc fad thatI RCliJS^** **"
from  seven different  neighboring
places   far   less   developed   than
I'rince Kuperi there should have
Take notice that the partnership consisting of
l-ai.l.arc Oros.man and Morrla Soskin. earryinir ..n their honors, cllci'killi; llll'ir r<
husiness In the City of I'rince Ituperl, under the
name of Urossman _ Soskin. is hereliy dissolved,
as of the JUnd day of May. lull, the said Isadore
(traassmnn is to continue the tmainess and lo collect all nreconts and assume nil llnhilities.
Ilntclat I'rince lluport thia 22ml day of May,
l'Jll. 114-llfi
..Whites Portland Cement.,
G. C.  EMMERSON
A0BNT
Phone 125       Nalen Block       Second Ave
visited u- seven uniformed and
wonderfully trained bands equipped wiih costly instruments, and
ready to render with quite remarkable effeel some of the works
of the world's j;r(,iiest compos,-,,,
while we ourselves have no or-
ganised band at all.
INSERT YOUR LAND PURCHASE
NOTICES IN TIIE
NEWS
on Friday night.
Skeena Land District    District of Cassiar
Tak.' nonce ihat I. Alfred Kyto of I'rince Ruperl,   II.   (   .   orcupation   electrician,   inlend   lo   cl.lss   of   Sllll(l.l\
apply   for   permission   to   purchaae   tile   lollowinK
arranging a short programme and
Mrs. I). Mcl.eods
School   nirls are
Municipal Notice
Commencinii ul a post planteil ahout 18) three
mile* south of the forks of lhe White and Fiul
rivers, thence hll chains south, llience Ml chains
east, thence ho chaina north, thence hU chains
weat. .
Datad April IB, UU. ALFRED kytk  "'   the enure
I'uh. May la. Francis S. I'reaton. Auent n      ,: I     ���     ��� i
collection or admission charge, as
the    social    is   entirely    for
a social evening for all
people- -and the older
Tdere
Applications will la- recelvrd liy the iindersiirn-
J "tins   cd up lo I p.m. on Monday,  May J9th, for the
the
ones too���
will  be no
position or City Auditor.   Snlary $25 per month. '
Full particulars from theCltv Clerk.
ERNEST A. WOODS.
Ill-llfi City Clerk.
is   entirely    for    the
of   spending   a   pleasant
Skeenn Land District-District of Coast
Take malice thnt  I. William Anderson, of Vnn-    purpose
oouviT.  ll.C. occupalion clerk, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the followinir deserib-    CVcHlllL'    together    illld    (II     Ul'ttllle
ed lanals: . ,       .  .
Coinniencin�� nt a post plnnted nn.l marked W.    acquainted   Willi   one   another.       ll
A. northwest corner, and atsnil 1 mile from Alex-    . ,t.
aiial.r    lluehnn    northern  boundary line; thence    IS    gratifying     III     Sl'C     a     CUISS    of
south ho '.hains,  thence east SO chains   thence      ,   ,
to.nh 80 chaina, thence west 80 chains, to point of   Ull'ls    undertake
(������iiiimeiicement. containing 'ilo acres more air leas.
[Into
I'uh.
Ist Feh.
���eh, K.
ISU
WU.1,1AM ANIIERKON,
Charles ll. KUirk. Airent
~~, i
Tou are n long tim�� (lend uml a stl.,rt |
time alive, v, y���u m,K\,t a��� W(,u
eat  the   bent
V;:��KKK����UKKKUUHMUKKUUKKI<UKK]IUXUnKKKS(��int��KKK��KKKKRK��;:;
Groceries
audi aa we keo|i,
They're chaap Um.     \ t,iK
NATURAL RESOURCES
SECURITY COMPANY, Ltd.
VMM up CAPITAL J2W(,ono
new ItOOa.
Townaitea
Eat Fruit
and   Fresh   Vagatablal   thin   weather. I
doctor.< mty this, and Join It's Ionic.
"l-'FKll   Kllll SA1.K-
Farm and Fruit Lands
JOINT OWNERS ani
Fort George Townaite
llKAD OFFICE
SOU) AdF.NTH OP
Maaaett Townsite
in   this   way   lo
entertain the whole congregation.
No   special   invitations   are   sent
>>iit   Imt   it   is  announced   that
everybody  will   be  cordially  welcome.
Pantorlum Pioneer Cleaners, 'Phono 4
Ideal Provision HousellLocal0ffice
Phone till)IHE
806BOWER BUlLDlNg; VANCOUVER, B.C.
Alder BloC Sixth   SUeet
Western lacrosse fans are .Housed over the prospects for the
season,  and  il   is  safe   to  predict
thai  all attendance records will
lie broken al  the matches on  the
Coast  this season.
S. O. E. B. S.
The   Prinee   Rupert Lodire,  No. .IIS, Sons of
hnirland. meeta the lirst nnd third Tueadaya In
each month in the Carpenters Hnll. at 8 p m.
F. V. CLARK. Sec.
P. O. Hox 812. I'rince Rupert
Assignment
Notice la hereby Kiven thnt blda will lie open
for the sale of stock of Slmon'a Fair to the highest hidder. Stock consists of Crockery, (.lass-
ware and Hardware. Ilida will bc open until
June 1, lilll.
W. T. ROtllNSON. Aaslirnee.
llr'-tf Hox IM, Prince Rupert, B.C.
Advertise in
IThe Diily News
STOKES'
ICE CREAM
is thc purest and best made in Seatttle.
This cream is used solely in
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
Second Ave. next to Optimist old office
TRY IT
Fruit and Candy, wholesale  nnd  retail
Sam Go wen, Prop.     Phone 350
suits,  and   noting   the
Committee men already mentioned
were especially untile.llile here.
The full list of prize winners
in the various events, with the
prizes, is as follows:
Junior Events
Wee (lids' Race- ft() yds. First
Dolly Cowper, large doll; Second
Elsie Ward, pr. shoes. 50 yds.
First M. Lindsay, a doll; Second
M. Solen, pr. shoes.
Wee Boys' Race���50 yds. First
Milton McLeod, air gun; Second
Arthur Blaurick, pr.'shoes.
Girls' Race, (i lo 8 yrs. 50 yds.
First Grace Carroll, bracelet; Second Annie N'eiring, a bracelet.
Boys' Riiee, 8 to 8 yrs.- 50 yds.
Firsl Sydney Hunter, signet ring;
Second Howard Frlxtell, a tie pin.
Girls' Race, 8 to 10 yrs.���75 yds.
First Eva Eaten, brush and comb;
Second Fna llalverson. box (,f
stationery.
Boys' Race, 8 to 10 yrs. 75 yds.
First Jack Naden, pool table;
Second Fred Stevens, Blhillg rod.
Girls' Race, 10 to 18 yrs. 7"i
yds. First Muriel Storey, music
case, Second Norma Shirley, box
of chocolates.
Boys' Race, 10 to 18 yrs.���75
yds, First Lawrence McMullin,
fishing rod; Second William Stevens, magic lantern.
Girls'  Race, over 13 yrs.���100
yds. First Margaret Morgan, manicure set; Second Edith Shrtilisall,
perfume spray.
Boys' Contests
Standing   Broad   Jump   Fir-t
Prank Holland, silver medal; Second George Ambrose, pocket book.
Sack Race -First Lawrence Mc-
Mullin. silver initial; Second Jack
Dowling, pocket book.
Boxing   Contests���J.   L.  Silen
ink   Holland vs. Fred Ritchie, a draw.   Chestcf
Solen vs. Carl llalverson. won by
Solen on a foul. Hy V.ilp> vs,
Alex   McLean,  won   by  Valpy.
John Crosby vs. Rory McRac.WOtl
liy McRae. Prizes for boxing
were silver cup for Solen. fob for
Valpcy. knife for McRae.
Potato Race First Frank !>"�����
ling, book; Second Lawrence Mc
Mullin, pocket book.
Boys over 13, UM) yds Firsl
Frank Holland, silver medal; Second George Ambrose, fob. won
in ll 2:'* seconds.
Hop, Step and Jump    Fir-t I ml
Bensoni military brushes; "���"
Custer Solen, |WK'ket book. '-'" "
li  ills.
Running   Broad   Jump   FitsI
Frank Holland, silver medal; Second George Ambrose, pocltl I I ^
12 fI. 10 ins.
Men's Races
100   Yard   Dash    Flrtl   *<    *
Atkins, silver cup;  Second W   H.
Sherman, smoking jacket.   11 s" ���
220  Yard   Dash���First  W.  H.
Sherman, oak frame mirror;  s"
Ond D. C. Daggett, goltl cuff link--
Half   Mile   Race    First   W.   H
Stewart, silver table set; Second
D. C. Diiggett. preserve jar.
Three Mile Race���First W. *'
Sherman,  silver cup;    Second '"
Nicholson, clock.
Fat Men's Race -First J. K
Beattie, ton of coal; Second W. R
Reid, journal for one year.
Running Broad Jump���Flm A
L. Holtby, io ft. o ins., jardiniere
Second Picketls. Daily News fo
one year.
Hop. Step and Jum|>���First Jaf
Proves!. 88 ft. t ins., set of pipe:
Second F. P. Moody, safety rnzff
Standing Broad Jump��� First X
L. Holtby. set of pipes; SeCOW
Atkins Peterson, pipe.
Indian Races
100 Yard Dash-First Charlii
Bell,   silver   cup;    Second   S.   P
Moody, accordoon. Time ii M
seconds.
Half Mile Race���First F. R
Moody, timepiece; Second, Sitiioi
Malonc, clock.

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