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Array THE  WEATHER
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The Daily News
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VOL. II. NO. 124
Prince Rupert, B.C., Saturday, June 3, 1911.
Price Five Cents
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DEVIL FISH GRABS A
CHILD AT VANCOUVER
Little Girl Was on Wharf Near the Rowing Club When
Huge Octopus Seized Her���Was Beaten
Off and Killed by Men
Vancouver, June 3.���Attracted
by Bcreams <>f terror from a little
girl who was dangling her feet
(rom a rowboat in front of the
Vancouver Rowing Club, Coal
Harbor, Beveral members of the
dull rushed out to find that the
little K'r' had been seized by the
tentacles nf a good-sized octopus.
Fortunately it was just the
end of one of thc slimy arms of
the loathsome creature that had
seized her and  she  managed   to
escape without assistance. The
men from the Rowing Club got
out on a float from which they
plainly see the devilfish at the
bottom of about two feet ol waier.
They attacked it with pike poles
and after piercing it several times
drew it out on the land. It lay
spiked on the Rowing Club wharf
for several hours before it died.
When measured the tentacles of
thc octopus proved to bc about
five feet long.
NEW OFFICERS ON GEORGE
RUPERT REQUIRES REPAIRS
Capt. Saunders Brings in Prince George Today With a
New Pilot and First Officer���Photograph
of Prince John Precedes H.r
On ilu- bridge of the S.S. I'rince
Genre*- as she steamed into harbor
this morning stood Captain F. G.
.Saunders, who is now in command
of thc boat. Captain D. O'Brien
takes the position of pilot from
which Captain Saunders stepped
to command the George, and thc
new lirst officer appointed under
Captain Saunders is Mr. William
Thompson who was previously
mate of the Henriette.
The Prince Ceorge this morning
brought about a hundred and
twenty passengers, and a full
cargo. She arrived in excellent
time after a good run in favorable
weather.
Rupert Will Lay Off
After her trip here on Wednesday bringing thc Important party
��i Grand   Trunk   magnates   including   President   C.   M.   Hays,
the I'rince Rupert will lay off for
a couple of weeks for permanent
repairs. For some time the Rupert while fulfilling her timetable
well, has had trouble with boiler
tubes. The matter is to be put
right once and for all now.
Prince John's Picture
By mail today the forerunner
of the G. T. P. S.S. Prince John
came to hand. Thc new steamer
is a three-master, with one funnel
well aft, giving her something of
the appearance of one of the
Great Lakes' boats. Her up|>cr
decks and passenger accommodation are amidships, pilot house,
chart-room, and bridge forward
of the main mast, and cargo gear
all forward. She looks a very
pretty boat steaming in the Firth
of Clyde where her photograph
was taken by Messrs. William
Robertson & Co., of Gourock.
CROWDED BOATS
COMING NORTH
S.S. State of California and
Camosun Had Heavy Traffic
On lur way north to Skagway
*�� S.S. State of Claifornia called
���� last night. She had ab-
Wutely packed holds, and her
panaiga accommodation was occupied io tin- limit with the
T'aviI going north to Dawson and
*�� Vukon. Navigation up there
��P���� on Monday. The "old
liable" Camosun had a big pas-
���enger list for Rupert, about a
h��"<ln<l and  twenty  in all, and
took a full complement to Stewart
J^torium Pionrer Cleanere, 'Phone 4
BASEBALL SCORES
Northwsetern League
Jattlee, Victoria 4.
Tacoma 0, Portland 3.
>ka,.e fi, Vancouver 1.
National League
fJwYork 7, Chicago 0.
;l,',.;,,k|yn:i,s1.j.o���isi.
Philadelphia 1, Pittsburg 7.
b"st,>�� 8, Cincinnati 5.
American League
ucve and 1, Philadelphia 6,
���>*lngton 14, Detroit 7.
,!���<���"*"*>���*, New York 0.
V M<*B�� 13, Boston 8.
Pa<=ific Coast League
,7;*"' *. Sacramento 8.
,,"kl'����l 8, Portland 2.
0S Angeles 5, Sacramento 2.
PRIZE SHOOT
TOMORROW P.M.
Dominion of Canada, and Canadian Rifle League Competitions.
Tomorrow the members of the
Citizens' Civilian Rille Association
cross thc harbor to the ranges
to commence the important competition shoots for the Dominion
of Canada Prize, and the Prize
of the Canadian Rille League.
Since thc revival of this association keen interest has been
taken in its progress, and a splendid average of attendance members
is maintained. Every Sunday there
are Spoon Competitions, and these
prizes arc open to bc won by
beginners with the rifle.
Amongst the shots now ranking
ds "classics" having won prizes
for markmanship, are Messrs. Partington, Godson, Brown and Davey. These men will make a
good showing for thc big prizes
to be shot for tomoriow.
Mr. A. Cuthbert is energetic
as Secretary of the Association,
and ncw recruits are welcomed.
Five Leaders of the British Empire
ANTICIPATING TRADE
C. P
R. Places Order for Five
Hundred Box Cars
Victoria, June 3.���The C. P. R.
has placed an order with the
Victoria Lumber Company "f Che-
inainus for 500 box ears. The
order approximates a million and
a half and calls for extra choice
material.
MONEY ORDER OFFICE
ESTABLISHED UP RIVER
Kitsumkalum, Cedar Bay and Gitnagar to Have These
Conveniences as Result of Post Office Inspector
D.  H.  Fletcher's Tour of  Investigation.
This summer's great increase of
activity up river, and the in-
pouring of population to the district between Prince Rupert and
the Bulkley Valley has meant a
corresponding increase in  postal
work. Throughout the winter the
postal service up river was maintained in the face of considerable
difficulties, and only a light consignment of mail could be sent
up. Next winter it is hoped thai
this   difficulty   will   be   lessened
by the operation of the trains
for al leasl part of the way.
Up River Postal Affairs
Post Ollice Inspector D. H.
Fletcher, who is now over at
Porcher Island looking into mail
si rvice needs and possibilities there,
has jusl completed a trip right
up river to the Bulkley Valley,
and has made arrangements for
the increase of post oflice business
throughout   the   rapidly   growing
(Continued on Last Page.)
TWO SMART "NEWS" BOYS
ADORMffl WITH WATCHES
One Little Chap Sold 840 Papers- Another Boy Earned
$5.00 in Couple of Hours by Opening a
Route In Section Seven
At the top on left is the British Prime Minister, Mr. Asquith; on his right is Sir Wilfrid Laurier,   Premier of Canada
At the bottom on the left is Sir Joa. G. Ward, Premier of New Zealand; in the centre is the Earl of Dudley,
Governor-General of Australia, and on the right Lord Gladstone, Governor-General of South Africa
(Colonial Pp -s Despatch)
London, June 3.���Thc most important event, politically, in the
whole three months that Lngland
is devoting to the Coronation festivities, is now in progress, when
the Prime Ministers of the Dominion of Canada, the Commonwealth of Australia, the Union of
South Africa, thc Dominion of
New Zealand, and Newfoundland,
the King and his Cabinet, convene
for the much-heralded Imperial
Conference, which is considering
every topic in which a world-wide
Kmpire is interested, from national
defence, to the design of penny
postage stamps.
One of the most Important resolutions to be presented by progressive New Zealand, provides
for   the   interchange   of   all   civil
servants between the Dominion
governments and the Imperial,
with a view lo familiarizing them
with the governments and needs
of both, that they may intelligently
meet all questions that will arise
in the future; the establishment of
a transportation line between London and New Zealand and Australia by means of boat to Canada,
rail to Pacific coast, and boat to
die latter countries; the establishment of reciprocal provision for
the relief of wives and children
of the poor throughout the United
Kingdom and her dependencies,
and many oUu-r points of vital
interest.
It is thought that the present
conference, unlike those which took
place in 1887 and during the years
of Queen Victoria's Jubilee, thc
Diamond Jubilee, King Edward's
Coronation, and again in 11107, will
bring home most forcibly to the
Imperial Government the necessity
of a broader policy iu dealing with
its rich and powerful dominions.
In fact, il is said that King
George is most anxious to place
the relations between < '.real Britain and her colonies mi the most
cordial fooling, and will himself
take cognizance, nol only of the
findings of the conference, but of
the personal views uf lhe visiting
ministers. To this end, all stale
or official functions will be tabooed
while the conference is in session,
that both the visitors and their
confreres may devote their whole
time and attention to the matters
under debate.
What a smart boy with push
anil enterprise can do was shown
today when the monthly competition among the boys who
carry the Daily News was totalled
up. John Stortings, a sturdy ten-
year-old she;:! boy who has no
regular route, who takes a bundle
of papers every evening after
school, was tlie winner. Alt
gethcr he had sold 840 copies of
the Daily News during the month
thereby in addition to the 818
profit becoming tlie winner of
a silver watch.
Little Freddie Corrall, one of
the smallest of the boy carriers
came next. To encourage him,
the News also made him a present
of a boy's timepiece. If you sir
Johnnie or Freddie on the streets
next week don't forget to ask
them the time, and to buy a paper
from them.
Another of our boy-carriers determined to go out one night and
make sunn' money for himself
by getting subscrilicrs (or die
Daily Nrw*. He took a little
section over 1 lay's Creek that
our carriers were not visiting, wilh
thc result that he got fifteen
subscribers in one evening. His
share of the subscriptions he collected was five dollars���a very
good evening's pay for a school-
Ixiy. In addition he has conferred
a benefit on a number of residents
in Section 7, for the Daily News,
in consequence, has now esi.ib-
lished a regular route into that
section.
On every hand there are evidences that the public appreciates a
live newspaper, with nothing to
conceal, and no interests save
those of the public to serve.
AMUR IS NOT
BADLY WRECKED
After Temporary  Repairs  She
Will   be   Able   to   Proceed
BOTE SIDES PREPARING FOR A LABOR WAR
Vancouver Workmen to Lay Down Their Tools Today and Proclaim General Strike
Monday���Attitude of Street Railway Men's Union Causes Them
Some Worry���Masters Refuse Offer of Mediation
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, June 3.���Both sides
in thc great labor dispute arc
preparing for the battle which
opens on Monday morning, when
the organised forces of labor in
the city will commence a general
strike. Thc issue is to be thc
carpenters demand for closed shops
and thc Master Builders' fight
to retain thc open shops.
Street Car Men Dubious
Thc attitude of the street carmen is worrying thc labor leaders.
They were to have voted last
night but the vote has been
delayed, and will not be made
known until tonight. It is feared
that the vote will be against the
strike. As thc electric power
men will abide by tlie decision
of the sireet railway men's union
die decision  will  decide whedier
the factories supplied by electric
power will have to stop or not.
Arbitration Refused
Hon. W. L. Mackenzie King,
Minister of Labor has addressed
a communication to the Master
Builders' Association, offering the
services of thc department if it
was desired to submit the differences to arbitration. The Master Builders have replied to the
effect that they saw no occasion
for mediation under the Disputes
Act, for as far as they are 'con-
tlcrncd they have all the men they
require. They say the strike will
not affect theni.
Big Meeting Tonight
The Masters say they are lighting to maintain the principle of
an open shop. Tonight a big
mass meeting of union labor is
called to lake place in the Horse
Show Building.
REAL   ESTATE  MOVEMENT
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Victoria, June 3.���Not very seriously damaged, the C. I'. R,
S.S. Amur which struck a rock
in W'rangj 11 Narrows, and was
s beached on Norlh Flat, has been
shifted to TonqUB where her cargo
is being lightered and the cattle
she was carrying lo Dawson have
been transferred to the S.S. Jefferson. A leak Wiis found in the
Amur's tank, but after the cargo
has been got out tht' damage will
be temporarily repaired, and the
Amur will reload her cargo and
proceed to Skagway.
Local   Buyers   and   Vancouver
Men  Invest
Messrs. McCaffery & C.oibbns
record the following real eastale
sales for the past week:
Lots 13, 14, 15, and 10, Block 11,
Section 5, to local buyers.
Lot 1, Block 30, Section 1, to
Prince Kuperi Building and Investment-Co., Ltd.
House and lot on Lots 32 aud 33,
Block 7, Section 5.
2084  acres of  Francois  Lake
land    to   Vancouver   parties   for
114,000.
OLD TIMER DEAD
Hanged Himself at Bull Creek
Four Days Ago
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Nelson, June 3. ���Claus Johnson,
an old timer, has committed suicide at Bull Creek by hanging.
Four days elapsed before thc body
was discovered.
CINCINNATI IS
IN FIRE PERIL
Big Hotel Blaze is Spreading in
Centre of City
(Canadian Pre** Despatch)
Cincinnati, June 3. ���A fire which
broke out in the Hotel Walton,
Sixth and Walnut streets early
this morning, right in the centre
of the down-town district threatens
that whole portion of tlu- city.
All the fue lighting apparatus is
out. The Walton Hotel is doomed
but it is believed that the guesls
have been removed to safety except one man whom the firemen
have been unable yet to reach.
At the time of wiring he could
still be seen hemmed in by flames
and imploring help.
HEAVENS ARTILLERY
Does   Havoc   Amongst   French
Military
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Paris, June 3. Lightning struck
a battery of artillery while en-
g.igcd in manocuvering at Mobile
today. An officer and six men
,were killed.
At   the   Majestic  Theatre,   thc
singing of popular songs by Frank
POPE S BIRTHDAY
Celebration Was a Quiet One.
Pope is Seventy-six
Where to Go
D
EMPRESS THEATRE. Second  Ave.
Pictures and Music, 7.30 p.m.
MAJESTIC  THEATRE,   Third   Ave;
Pictures and Bongs, 7.30 p.m.
,,    , , ,   , ��� i   i     i PHENIX THEATRE, Second Aveuue;
Healey   continues   to  attract   ex* brated his seventy-sixth birthday     Piclure8amlmU8iCi 7.30p.ni.
Cellenl audiences, and the picture here today quietly owing  to the AUDITORIUM, Sixth Avenue;  t��li.-i
show is a capital one. | (ear of anti-Clerical demonstrations [   Skating, 8 p.m.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Rome, June 8.���The Pope eel.- THE    D AI LJY    NEWS
The Daily News
Formerly The 'Prince Rupert Optimist
Published by the Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
DAILY AND WEEKLY
SUBSCRIPTION RATES-DAILY, 50c per month, or $5.00 per year, in advance.
Weekly, $2.00 per year. Outside CANADA-Daily, $8.00 peryear; Weekly,
$2.50 per year, strictly In advance.
TRANSIENT DISPLAY ADVERTISING-50 cents per inch. Contract rates
on application.
HEAD OFFICE
Daily News Building, Third Ave., Prince Rupert, B. C.    Telephone 98.
BRANCH OFFICES AND AGENCIES
New YoRK-National Newspaper Bureau, 219 East 23rd St., New York City.
Seattle -Paget Sound News Co.
London, England-The Clougher Syndicate, Grand Trunk Building, Trafalgar
Square.
"The newspaper, with the law, should assume the accused innocent
until proven guilty; should be the friend, not the enemy of the
general puhlic; the defender, not the invader of private life and
the assailant of personal character. It should be, as it were, a
keeper of the public conscience. " ��� Henry Watterson.
of the private lot-owners by titi per cent, the assessor has made up
over three millions of thc four millions which he has taken from the
railway company's share of taxation, and thus in large part preserved
the city's borrowing power. This is true���on paper. But the consequences of attempting large borrowing on the basis of a speculative-
value were indicated in this column on May 19th hist, in an article
entitled "The Dangers of a Speculative-Value Assessment."
And granting the force of the argument to the full, granting thai
the inflated values shown on the assessment will pass unquestioned
on the money markets, the fact still remains that over four millions
of assessment have been removed, upon which capital for civic enter-
I prises could have been raised, and that efforts are being made to still
further exempt the railway company's property from taxation.
The argument is capable of extension. If private lnt> which last
year were worth $4,700,822 as a basis for borrowing, are tlii^ year
valued al 17,820,880, an increase of GO per cent, then the railway
company's I.mils which last year were valued at 17,201,500 should
at the same rate of increase be security for borrowing $9,722,000,
and the city's capital instead of being impaired by a loss of $5,021,200
if the proposed agreement is ratified, is actually being impaired by
a loss of $8,910,000.
Daily Edition.
Saturday, June 3
STILL THERE IS NO AMBULANCE
The matter does not end here, but enough ha> been shown on
'this phase of the subject to maki clear the duty laid on those who
send the agreement on to the citizens, to explain the nature ol the
document before inviting the citizens to support it.
Once again, the city has had the painful spectacle of seeing an
injured workman with limb and bone crushed into pulp, jolted painfully through the streets on a jolting rig, for lack of an ambulance
or even a stretcher system.
To the men at work in the rock cuts, on the railway track, and
on the wharf, who are in constant danger of accident, the question
is a serious one. So far, although the (Irand Trunk Pacific Railway
company has donated 1600 towards the cost of a proper city ambulance,
neither the city council nor the Hospital Board have even discussed
the matter, though one body has been specially asked to do so.
Perhaps the knowledge that another unfortunate has been carried
in a rig from the extreme west of the town to the Hospital, wilKvakcn
up the authorities to a sense of their duty in the matter.
The question of an ambulance is of more importance than how-
to give voting power to an honorary president, or some of the unseemly
bickerings which have marked the council proceedings of late.
m
THE GRAND TRUNK ASSESSMENT
Owing to the near approach of the time when the citizens will
be called upon to vote on the above question to bind thc city to an
agreement covering a long period of years, and owing also to the
evident reluctance shown in certain quarters to discuss the question
with the citizens, thc Daily News will print a series of etlitorial articles
dealing with the various aspects of the question.
In so doing, there is no desire to sway the minds of the electors
either for or against the proposed settlement. The aim will be to
state the case fairly, without prejudice, without exaggeration, and
without rhetorical appeal, letting the issues be clearly seen, and allowing the facts to make their own appeal to the individual mind. Our
chief concern is not which way the electors will vote, but that the
electors may know what it is they are voting for or against.
H  F. McRAE
F. R. C. BROWN
H. F. McRae & Co.
Financial Agents
Second Ave.,
Prince Rupert
Branch:
Vancouver
A   FEW  CHOICE  OFFERINGS   FROM   OUR   LIST
Lots
23. 24
47
6
9. 10
31, 32
Block
18
1
12
28
1
bection
1
6
6
6
7
Price
S15.500
I.2.VI
1.575
WO each
525 each
Cash
$.-..l�� Hi
650
M��l
2.VI
10(1
We have one very choice buy in Section 1 which we cannot advertise-
absolutely central���small cash.    Also several close-in lol* ut $25 month.
ARTICLE NO. 4-THE "BY-PRODUCTS" OF THE
ASSESSMENT AGREEMENT
There are anumber of chemical manufacturing processes like
the prixluction of soda cake and those industries that Sir John Brunner
and Mr. Alfred Mond specialized in, where the by-products, properly
treated were shown to be of enormously greater value than the main
product which evolved them. Incidentally, millions were picked
up thereby from thc waste heaps of Lancashire and the Black Country, j
Such is the situation in regard to the proposed .i>sessment agreement with the (irand Trunk Pacific. The lir.-t ami obvious product
would be the reduction of the company's tax bill from the original
amount of $101,407 to |lfi,000at the expense of the private lot-owners.
That is a simple matter. But the matter does nol end there. Arising
out of this main product there would be a harvest of by-products,
which completely overshadow in their totalled magnitude the main
product of the agreement.
The effect upon the general assessment has been dealt with in a
previous article, and is alreadly noticeable on this year's assessment
of the privately owned lots. Other re-actions which will be dealt
with in this series, among other things, will be the re-actions on the
real estate market; the re-actions on the mercantile interests; the
re-action on the labor market; the re-.ictinn mi the waterfront development and manufacturing development of the city; the re-actions
on the borrowing power of the city, and the municipal enterprises,
and ii discussion nf alternative methods nf dealing with the question.
The term ri--;ii-tioii is used in its scientific sense, to denote sequence
of effects, .md is not intended to imply that the effects are necessarily
retrograde.
Special Prices
IN MEN'S SPRING SUITS
|| Reg. $20 and $25 ||
The first re-action that the proposed assessment settlement would
have���quicker even in its effect than any re-actinn of the real esl.iii
market, which is always very   susceptible to external influence���
would be on the borrowing power nf lhe city. Thi-. is because a money
by-law is to be submitted In the people in three weeks. Indeed it
would be most likely that the money by-law, asking sanction for the
borrowing of a sum of Sa00,!ll0 for a water-work:, would be submitted
on the same day] as the sanction to reduce the (irand Trunk Pacific
assessment to 116,000 a year.
Under the Municipal Clauses Act, the limit of the borrowing powers
of British Columbian cities is fixed at 80 per cent of the assessment.
At fifteen mills on the dollar (which was hist year's tax rate) a payment
of 115,000 would make the Grand Trunk Pacific company's properly
rank as security for civic borrowings as equivalent to $1,000,000 of
assessment.
If the tax rate should be greater than 15 mills, the value of the
railway company's property iis security for borrowings, would be
even less than a million. Thus at 20 mills the city could only
Imrrow on it iis if it were worth three quarters of a million.
ln other words, for every million dollars nf exemption the citizens
pant, there Is a shrinkage In the borrowing power of the dty of 1800,000,
'In reduce the Grand Trunk assessment from 17,391,000 .is it w.is lasl
year t., W319.600 us it is this year means a shrinkage in the city'.  _
borrowing power of $3,569,600.   Tn still further reduce it tn 116,0001��
yew as ti���. promt sgreement proposes, means at the lowest com*
Wh!"u! I  U', """  ralL'-a furth" Auction  of  $1,451,600.1
is ,      itT^tT* *���* ,lu' m,���y �� capaMe of being bom
or,     s. '*'       ' S? ���H-** ������'  'his first by-product of  ,1,,
proposed iigreemcni wi    be ,-learlv _,..._      a _.*____
n,.n;.,., ..a ..( mini t       i   """'V  w (-n.    A step which  means i ���
Ul.   ng off nf miliums ���f ea,nUv, U , H,r- m ^ J < _
on their capital as all other corporation.. 1, __ lack ���, ,.,,*,., ,,,,,, S
usually drives cues Into the arms .,( eleetrie light, an.l gas, ami power 1
and street railway, and waterworks companies. =
Martin O'Reilly
BKCOMl AVE.
PRINIK  KITKHT
Read The Daily News
And Get All the News
SAYS SHE HAS
BEEN "LISTED"
Mrs. Wm. B. Leeds Tells  of a
Form of Marriage Brokerage
(Colonial Press Despatch)
| une 3.���Mrs. William B. Leeds,
wife of the American multi-millionaire, who, in a speech before a
coterie of wealthy I'nited States
citizens now temporarily residing
in Paris, declared that she had
discovered a plot on thc part of
French detective agencies to furnish
fortune-hunting noblemen with information regarding eligible American women of prominence in the
MRS. WM. B. LEEDS
financial world. Mrs. Leeds declares that she herself has been
placed on the market by these
would-be marriage bureaus, and
as a result has received several
distinctly unflattering offers of
marriage from needy nobility. The
mailer has been brought to the
attention oi the authorities, and
ii is expected that a thorough
investigation, with many arrests.
will follow.
NO   COURT   TILL   JUNE   19
News of Altered Date for Supreme Court, Civil Cases,
Received Today.
Word was received from Victoria tIii- morning by Mr. Arthur
Cuthbert, the Court Registrar,
that the sitting of the Supreme
Conn here for civil eases has been
adjourned from June Ifi to June 10.
Have  got   next   to   the  special
lunch iu the Royal Cafe at the
light price.' . 2t
1836 1911
The Bank of
British North America
71 Yttn la I.tlnm.
Capital anil  Reaanra Over $7,300,000
Money Earning
Money
Small weekly or monthly deposits in a Ravings Account soon
count up���Interest compounded
at highest current rates.
Deposits of $1.00 and upwards
received.
Prtaec ������pert Braarh
F. S. LONG. Maaagrr.
Cures SImdImsiuss, Headache Etc.���-
Ab.olutdy HarmlaM in Their Effect
if your dialer iota not k��p them w�� will mall
youaboxllSpowders)on reel
J. I.. MATHIEU Co., Propi-.Shirbrooke, H.U
LAND PUHCHASK NOTIC
E
Skoona Laml Dlatrlot���Dlitrtot nl e������,
Tako  notico  thut   1,   Willium  J���|���,  ,    '���       ,
I'rinco Huport, 11, <:., oaoupaUon runi'li,.,     , "
tii upoly lor permission to purchase i lie i,',ii���u !
i '""UiAHig
Church Services-
KIKST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Service!' every Sunday In the
EmpreaTheatre, li n.m. ��nd
7.in p.in.   Sunday School and
Bible CUil nt 2.80 p. m.
REV.P, W. KKItlt. M.A., PAOTOI
THE   FIHST   BAPTIST   CHURCH
HBADOFOBNTRB HT.
Services  ovtry Sunday ot U
a.m. uml 7.3U p.m.     Sunday
School  2.30   p. m.        Baraca
Blblfl ClusB :t p.m.
REV, W. II. MeLEOD B.A S.D.    Pastor
THE KIKST METHODIST CHURCH
BBTWBIN CENTRE ST. ANI�� 2nd AVE.
Services every Sunday nt   11
a.m.  and T.W p.m.     Sunday
School at 8.80 p.m.
REV.C. R.SINCi, B.D.
Pastor
SALVATION   ARMY CITADEL
TOP OV SIXTH   STREET
Sumlny Services 11
a. nt., il p. m., H p.m.
Sunday School 1.80 p.
m. Public Services
Monday. Wednesday,
Thursday, Saturday at
h p.m. Everybody welcome.
ENSKJN JOHNSTONE, C*Ml>V. officer
descrihed landn:
Commoneinn at a post plunted m itu- loutl
corner ol Lot II0G8, Kanse B, Cout l)iMlrj,., , il
nouth UU chainH, thonco eut 40 ohalniiS��2
north 2U chuiiw, thenre weat 40 ohalni to nol i
of commencement,  contuining ��u ai.r,.,   m ''u'1
Duted April 8, lOlt    WILLIAM JollN CQRi , v
I'ub. April 2U. "'M
Slioenu Lund Diatrict -DUtrict of Quaen Chlrloti
IhIuikU
Taku notice that Guoruu W. Arnoti uf prin
Rupert,   B.   C,   occupution   rati   utate   liruk-7
Intenda to apply for permlulon to purehua V'
followini; described lunda:
Commencing at a poat planted about *���<���*.
miloa and Qne-haU milo woat uml ono liii-    i iS
from tho mouth of Stanly   Creek, Nadon II IK?
I thenco wost 80 chaina,  thence iouUi  SQ ohiW
thonco eust 80 chuins, thonco north 80 ahelot
Dated Murch 17, IUll. OEu. \\. AUNuTT
Pub. AprU 'i'i. Numa Dinner.. &|uj
Coait Rango 5 Land Diatrict
Take  notico  that  I,  John   Bepburo uf  Kit
aumkaluni,  occupution  farmor,  Intend to auulJ
for permimion to purchaso tliu [ollowng di Crlbad
lands: '
Commendng at a post planted itt tho DVUllU
cornor of Lot UUb3, thunco oust lio chsinn, i\,.IK_,
south 40 chains, thonco wost 20 ohm, thanca
north 40 chaina to place ol commencement*
Dated March 18, 1911, JOHN  11KIH1 iiv
Pllb April 15. LK*>
Skeona Land District���Diatrict of Coiw Etl
Tako notico that  Hoary  Macartney u[
Rupert, B. C-, occupation miner, intenda to
for permission to purchase the following <i^
lands:
Commoncing at a post plunted *m ti.
sidu of Exchumsiks River, ubout .: Ul mill
its conlluunco with thu Skou 'a River and
l-i milos weat (rum Exchumaiks rupidn, tba
chains  north,  thencu  40  chums euat,  thai
chuins soutli. thonco 40 chuina weal to pi
commencement,   contuining  320   .......   m
loss.    Poat marked "H.M. S.W. cor."
Dated April 22, lull.      HENRY MACAU
Pub. April 2U.
Bankrupt  Sale
Estate    of    The    Brin    Furniture    Company
Acting  under  inntrlirtionn nf
On- tndlton tn ***** femd lo
dispone nf tliin ntnck liefnre
July lit, . . Entire ntwk of
High nlf Kurniture. Carpet*, Kiiiih, Sloven, Etc., will
tn*   nnlil   regnnllenn   nf   runt.
NO
REASONABLE
OFFER
REFUSED
Now is the time to furniili
your home at price* that you
will never have 11 chance to
ilo   again.      lilt!
Mr. W. Stapled of Vancouver
in now in charge of the
sale* room.     :     :     :     :    :
It may be pointed out by some that \,y increasing thc assessment!^
I C. B. LOCKHART
Assignee  __=
NON-EMPLOYMENT
IN VANCOUVER
Major Gibson Just Returned to
Rupert Talks on Strike
Major Gibson relumed to the
iiiy by the Prince (ieorge this
illuming  after  a  six  week's  slay
down below. At the time he
left Vancouver tin. re was a good
deal of talk alii'iit the impending
general strike.
"Tonight,'' slid Major Gibson,
"a mass meeting will be held in
the Horse Show Building when
the men will decide on their campaign. Business men in Vancouver are not greatly disturbed at
the prospeet of the strike. There
are bo many unemployed in the
City just now. There will be any
amount of labor available, indeed,
there is more than enough now.
I saw many signs of unemployment mi die Btreets when I came
away. Voung fellows evidently
respectable and unaccustomed to
the job were carrying sandwich
boards, and 1 tell you they looked
hungry. And the trains keep
pouring in new batches of them.
Thc trouble is that the newly
arr veil immigrants have not got
their bearings yet, and are not
up to the new conditions. My
impression of the labor situation
at Vancouver is that much misery
will be caused by the strike, and
I do'not see how the men can
win."
Do awuy with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White,labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
FOR SALE
6-room House on Sth
Avenue and McBride.
$700 cash, easy terms.
JOHN DYBHAVN
Exchange Blnck Prime Ruptrt
The Insurance People
WTOl KIIATI
���VI Rl n.AHfl of mprnA!
The Mack Really and Insurance Co.
'''"""��� lr" Thinl Av,.,������. ..������, ,.-���,,,,��� s;
S. O. E. B. S.
Tho   prinnr   Hiinrrt   \s-t\t_o.   No    111   *z���*      ,
fc^WmwUthonriil nn.1  third   TulJuI! f
��<* month In tho Otfpntm Hull J ifS" ,n
F. V. CLARK, sn-
P.O.BoxHia. Princ* Rupert
���tait _
Pruoi
���m;;..
tennd
aouth
a (rum
ubuui
net1 _\i
m iu
���mt ^
iro or
TNKy
Skeo..h Land DUtrict���Dutrict uf Ctusmr
Tako uutico that 1,  Mary Oarin ul Sicvart,
li. Q*t uccupation marriod wutnan, intend to K^pk.
(or permiiilon to purchaao tht fulluwiug ;...,, fl.
land:
Commencing at a post planted two d) nuja
south and .2) two miloa weat ol thu Uit-t* uf the
White and Mm rivers, thtMico M) chuins north
thencu ttU chaina west, thunco ttU cliains bouth'
thunco bi) chains east.
iiiiicl April B0, nn 1. MAKY CABIN
I'ub. May 13. Francis S. I'ruaton. A^at
aShatUI ^ndDiatrict���District uf \ *���-  . ���    ..
Take notioe that Catherine Harrison, of Canary
Alberta, occupation spinster, intends tu apply,
fur permiwiun tu purcluiau the folluwinu tacSSJ
Commencing at a poat planted abuut 6 1-2
miloa woat and half a milo aouth from the tnuuth
uf Stanley Creole, whero it empiu-i mtu NaJiQ
Harbor, Craham lalnnd, thenc* 40 chains nuuth
thenoe 40 chaina east, thence 40 cliain* MRk
thenoa 40 chains west to puint ol cummuncvm��r.t
and contaJmng 100 acres mure or leas.
Dated March 17, nn l
GATHEanta oarrqon
Pub Apr. 7. Numa Demon, Agent
Skeena Land District ���DUtrict ul Csuiar
Take notice thut 1, Alico M. Knuuae of I'riBCf
Kupert, U. C, occupatiun married VOBULtaMtd
tu apply for permiaaiun tu purchaau ihu lulluwing
���ieocribeid lands:
Commencing at a poat planted aboul two miles
ftouth and twu milu* west of the forks of \thitt
nnd Klat rivera, thencc norlh DO chaina, (litncs
fast HO chains, tlience wuth tti) chains, ti..-;.cr
went .mi chains.
Dated April 20, 11)11. AUCK M. KNOWS
Tub. Mai- 13. Francu S. I'ruatim. Agv&t
Skeena Land DUtrict���DUlrict uf Coast Itange i
Taku nut ����� that 1, Juhn Iran l'eter��tl Inr.ct,
Kupert, 11. C, occupat un clerk. Intond U) Ippfa
fur permixaiun lu purchaae the (ullowinit descfilwd
anda:
Commencing at a poat planteil aboul thrw aa
uue-hall n.ilra dUtant n a atiuth westerly *i rwt on
Irum a blind kluugh from Uh��ervater> Ir.Kt *i>-.t
the aame tuucliM thu Indian K>
went mi chains, thunce north mi run,-, than
eaat 60 chaina, thence aoulh t>0 chainn to polM o
cum mencement, cuntalninu GIO ucn�� nun' M U***
Daiul April 14, Mil. JUHN IVAN PKTEW
Puh. May 13.
Stikine Lund District���D.tnct of Cautar
Take notice that Sydney Hud^kinaon ol T*l*>
tfrapb Creek, li. C, occupation clerk, intends to
upply  (or  perniiaaion  to  purchase  the foUoataf
���kvcribed land:
Commencing at a past plantetl about a uuarttf
mile north eaat from Glacier Kittle and on lh* van
hunk of Stikine Kiver, thenee eoat 'io chains
thencu north 40 chains, thencu wu-t 'JO chaini
thenco nouth 40 chains to pofnt of commenevrntnt
and containing mj acra* more or lu**.
Dated F*b. 11, nil.
SYDNEY liumiKlNNJN
Pub. April 7. CA. Tero. Agenl
Stikine Und DUtrict--DUtrict of < aaiiar
Take notice that ChrUlUn A. ItrVO H Sm
H. C, occupation customs ottlcer, intend* iu ��ijl>
lor purmiaaion to purchaae the following drsrribcd
land:
Commencing at a post planted ahiut ihre^
���luartera of a milo north eaat (rum Glacier liinta
und un the east bank uf Stikine Kiver ana un tt*
aoulh side of the moulh of a little creek, u.enw
eut 40 chains, thonce north 40 chains, liwnce
woat 40 chaina, thencc aoutl* 40 chains tu punt
of commencement and containing 1G0 acm nice*
DntndFfcb. io, mu   CHIHSTIAN A. tm\o
I'ub. April 7.
Sk**na Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen CharlotU
Islands , ,,
Take notice that J. ll. Murph>v>[ I ii:��iT*f,
II.  C, occupation  commercial  trav.-..
Ui apply (or permiaaiun lo purchase ti    I ������* m i
��� ��������� ,'tti-fi land*:
Commencing  at  a  poat  planted  IDM1   ***���?
milw wu*t and ono mile south in i I
of Stanly Creuk, Naden Harbor, thenc MTU ***
chain*, thence weat 40 chain*, thenc* wuih w
chains, ihence oaat 40 c    Ina.	
Dated March 17, Hill. 1UB. Ml H H
Pub. April 22. Nuim
Ski-eni Und DUtrict���District of I    ���
Take   notice  that   I.   William   Ul
uf   Toronto,   Ontario,   occupation   clerk,  mn
to apply for permission lo purchase tM I' mmm
deserihed lnnds:
( ommnicing at a |Kist planted at m
nriMroCLotlOU   lU.iR   6, toast District. I*"
< aal GO chains, thence north 40 chsinv tl
10 chains to  Hell's Gale slough, ihence act*
Nloiigh wiuthcrly to point of commencement, cor.-
tiiiiiin,' I*,ii acre* more or k-**>
Date.1 April 0. HMI, . .....y
William  mklyili.k CORLW
Pub. April 29.
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict nl *''���**��� l**n1ffJ
Take   nntice   lhat   I,   Charle*   A    *
Prince Kuperi, 11. C., occupatiun m<m
to apply for permiaaion to purchase ""��� ("���"*"��
dewril��'d landa: . th
Cnmmencing   nt  a   post  planted  nn tW
bank of Kxchum��ika kiver and ���bOUl jjr ��� "
from its conlluenee with the Skeen* Wm
.-0 chalna east, thence HO chaina north. tMJJJ *J
chuins west, thonce HO chains smith  '
commencfment. contuining GIO acres men' ot >���"���
Dnied April 21, HIU    CHAKLKS A. \AH.IIA>
Pub. April 29.
BkMM Land District-District <>f I
Take notice that I. Mr*. John Oirlr>   "f  JJJS
Uupert. H.C,occupntion mnrried woinr.    ;
���"apply for permission topurchu-e the Mi"*'"*
"���"^  .r**i
-f
i
i ��� ;ipnly ror permission to imrcli:i��e nw ��� ���������
dneribtd lindu rt,t
Oomtntndnfl nt n post plnnted   4'i chains
it.d llll Chnlnt south from thc Kmthwwt i*������"''
1"'  I7.M. Const Ilialrict, RtUN ...ihenre   I
l|   a    ��� alia.......     ...._>     Jaa     ..I.   aaa..       ll.a   -JJ  ���      '     'l'l1    '
i-hain
ihniii
Hi.'iH-i' man 4l'i chnin.. *******
���nci wo.t-III chain, inaari-;ii '"
��� aaaiaii-. , aia.an-,-  ..,��, ,o , 11:1111    n ���������
liulhl of  a aaiiaai, i,|...iii..iii. cimtAinlnit
mnro or lo,,. m   ���, ...
MRS. JOHN ILolllf) COlll-l-1
l>nlo Mnr. 2n, lull
I'ub. Alir. 4. 1D11
,. ihf
irrrt
LAND  LEASE NOTICE
Skooni Ijinil Dbtrlcl-Diilrlct "I I "ML.^
T.ko la.aii,,. ih.t Wllll.m Munlonl ""���
lluport,   11.   ('.,   occupition   prmpoctof.   ��'"
I"  ��t'|ily   lor   imnninion  M  Iomo  lh"  '""""",
'la   a-nl.aai  limil.:
mi Uimi.0 lliy, tlience norm ��� ���-.
NO clmlnii, Ihonco wmt 40 chninn more "f "~
pint, riaiiiiiitiinft 320 icto, more or li?";,,-v:i..ilt|i
l)��to<l March 8. mil.      WIU.IAM Ml ^'""
I'ub. April 15.
��� Kko.ni l,md Dlrtrict���l'W'W "' Tl'i.tif
Taki. notico lhat Humo Hihlnjion "'  '.    .,
Kuikti   11. ft, occupillon mulor mirlni-f, "���
to apply (or  pormlmion to I.-mo l"0 '
d.i.crlliia.1 laml.: ,,,,,,'a.i"-
< nmmonclng at a pont plantnl al"'"1 ' Jj. ,1
miuih ol tho Inillaii llowrvo on lho *������*���* ' ���
(loiwa Hay ������ n10 a* jfjj ���( lho I'onln.i'Ha "'
norlh 100 chain, along ahoro to thc "'T'',, no,
Ihonco wort lio chain, moro or low I" '"" , , i.i
ihoin-o 100 chain, rtong ,hon', thonco^ ;n�� ^^
chain, mor
more or l.iui ...ihmoTON
Dttad March 8, 1911. HUME B4BW"1
I'ub. AprU if.. THE   DAILY    NEWS
The Best
Procurable.
Absolutely pure,
Royal Bank of Canada
HBAD OmOB! MONTREAL.
Capital,
Established 1869.
$6,200,000
Surplus, $7,200,000
Total Assets, $92,500,000
Savings Bank Department, %\ will open an nccount
Branchei throughout Canada and Banking Connections with all parts of the
United States.
Agents throughout the world.
H. V. WILSON, Manager, Prince Rupert Branch.
GET IN NOW AND GET TO[RIGHT
The following properties will be sold en block, or separately
and on easy terms.
SECTION ONE
Block
10
11
11
12
18
IS
Lots Block
SECTION ONE
6-7-0.10
1-2-3-4-5-6
9-10
22
21-22
1-2
19
19
20
34
34
27
Lots 27
3-4
1E-16
19-20
37-38
42
9-10
SECTION ONE
42-43
SECTION FIVE
Block Lots
9 22
18 22-23
For pi-ices, terms and particulars, apply to
W. S. BENSON,
Second Avenue
AGENT
Atlantic H..IIV At Improvement Co., Ltd.
Phone 214
'FRISCO MAYOR
SCHMITZ, BROKE
Once Famous Character Down
on His Uppers
Former Mayor Schmitz, who
escaped K(|i"K to San Quentin
prison with former Ho.ss Ain- Ruef
liy the slenderest legal technicality,
antl who is now al liberty on
heavy bonds, has lost all his
fortune. Sr! mil/ is said to be
dead broke, .'11 Lis business ventures havii k ..oi i' wrong, lit' tvas
pi or when elected mayor, but is
saitl to In v.- quit very wi; III y.
When Schmitz was trying to
mt out of jail mi bail he obtained
the assistance of William J. Dingee,
an Oakland capitalist. In turn
Dingee induced Schmitz to invest
money in a large cement factory
near Santa Cruz, This company
was dragged down into ruin when
Dingee failed last year, and Schmitz lost every cent he had invested in il. Then the mine
which Schmitz put considerable
money into al Oroville, in Butte
county, pinched out after showing
some very rich ore.
In despair, Si limit/, then Started
for Sinaloa, Mexico, where his
brother is Interested in some mines,
but a leiter was received 1>>
one of his oltl friends Baying the
mine is worthless and Schmitz
is stranded antl needs money
to get out of ihe country and
reach home. It is estimated that
Schmitz made half a million dollars, but the only thing that
remains is a home which is in
his wife's name. All the other
property has taken wings.
The Christiansen-Brandt Co.
Real Estate and Insurance
We have some good buys in City Property.
Our Farm Lands proposition along the G. T. P. are worth
investigating.
Conic and see us or write us before buying elsewhere.
ABOUT OTHER
FAMOUS CANALS
Facts about the World's Leading Waterways Giant Enterprises which Cost Fabulous Sums.
MUSSALLEM & COMPANY
 Good   Fresh   Groceries at   City Prices	
We have just received a
new
line
of
SIiiiIw.ii-.i-..
Underskirts,
Shawls
antl
Neckties   ��
hich   ��.-   will
sell
at
cut
prices for a
few days only. .
j     To   Rcaidenta of Sections 5. 6,   7 and   B--W. deliver promptly,
our gooda are fresh, at prices not to be beaten in the city   i   i
i**��   _*____ MUSSALLEM & CO. ****���*������*��� **** ���****
o=
���o
Ue Be" En'iM S The "Frisco Standard"
Northern B.C. watert i
Cut wpr����efit�� thrt*-
-ryllmlrr t��t>�� "Frl��c>
Standard''     Gaaollns
Ki.,-ii"-   ���'*"" mi hp- '"
I Jr. h.p.      :      :      :
Quick delivery of all
tlie. frnm 4 h.p. linllt
cylinder upwarda.
The interest in the Panama
("anal aroused by Mr. Magee'a
lecture last nigh* makes comparisons interest The Panama
Canal  with   its  length  <>f  fifty
miles, width "f three hundred feet
and depth <>f forty-one feet had
cost up tn the entl t>f last year a
sum of 1812,000,000.
The famous Erie canal was
opened in 1825, has a length of
868 miles, a width "f seventy feet
and a depth of seven feel, and
rust about 160,000,000. The 11-
ilintii> ami Michigan canal was
opened in 1S48; it is ninety-six
miles long ami cost ahout SO -
000,000. The Chesapeake and Ohio
canal is 1S5 miles in length and
cost about 112,000,000. The Wabash and Brie is '271 miles in
length.
The Suez canal was opened in
lsii'.i, antl is ninety-nine miles
long, -12(1 feet wide at its surface,
and thirty-one feet tleep. Its
tost was aboul 1100,000,000, The
Manchester canal, 1804, is about
thirty-six miles in length, 3IM) feet
wide and twenty-six feel tleep.
Its cost was about 176,000,000.
The Norlh Sea and Baltic is sixty-
one miles lung antl 22(1 feet wide
and cost $80,000,000.
AtiKNTS-
Rupert Marine Ironworks & Supply Co.
0-
I "lire I'ha.ne: 111,,,, r,s p.o. Hon 516 Worka on Wharf: I'hone 313
"iti. igiirrun rkpaik shop AccBwimna tahhikii
o
The Daily News
DELIVERED TO ANY ADDRESS IN SECTIONS 1, 5
AND  6  EVERY DAY FOR
50c PER MONTH
PLACER CHANCES
ON THE NAAS
Valuable Hint to Would-be Prospectors from Prince Rupert
The placer ground on the Naas
where the April strike was made,
according to Mr. F. W. Wright,
one of thc pioneer prospectors of
the Naas river valley, shows colors
all the way tlown, but nowhere
on   the  forty   claims  staked   has
bedrock been reached. The prospect is so gootl lhat men have
returned) packing in supplies, which
include pumping gear, ln addition to the snow difficulty, surface
water interferes with the mining
operations beyond a certain depth,
antl to obviate this, pumping gear
has been packet! in over tlie
glacier.
All Intending prospectors along
the Naas shoultl noli- that between
Stewart antl thc scene of lhe
strike a glacier field of eighteen
miles has lo be traversed. No
wood for fuel  lo make a fire can
be obtained, ami on account of
this and lhc drifting snow much
Approaching Marriage  of Interest ,*?��� M. DAVIS Si
" Goneral Machine Shop ami Sl
DAVIS'
HOUSE
Bl Miii-hine Shop antl Ship's
Carpentering, Alio agents for Pair-
banks-Morse and Knox Gasoline
Engines, Gasoline Engines and Accessories carried In stock.
Launch.
ml BoiiU lor Hiro   N.E. end of Wliarl
HAMAR GREENWOOD,  M.  P. MISS  MARJORIE SPENCER
An energetic Canadian who I1111 made a One of England's moat beautiful   \vo-
name for  himself  in Brit- men, who is to become the bride
ish politics, of Hamar Greenwood, M.P.
(Colonial Press Despatch)
June 3.���A marriage to take
place this week which is of especial
interest to Canadians is that of
Mr. Hamar Greenwood, M. I',
for Sunderland and Miss Mar-
jorie Spencer of Townhope Court,
Herefordshire, England. Mr.
Greenwood was born at Whitby,
Ontario, 1870, and comes ol United
Empire Loyalist Btock.
Mr. Greenwood's engagement
to Miss Spencer has iis romantic
side. They first met, quite by
chance, at Kingston, Jamaica, four
years ago. Miss Spencer was
visiting the island wilh lur uncle
and aunt, Major antl Mrs. Mc
Gillicuddy of Kerry, while Mr.
Greenwood was visiting Jamaica
as the guesl of the late Sir Alfred
Jones.   Major McGillicuddy met
I him  in   Kingston  antl asketl  him
to lunch, and it was then that Unengaged couple first met.    ll was
a momentous occasion in a double]
sense, for at the conclusion <>f the
lunch the first shock of an earth-!
quake was felt.     The whole hotel
win re   the party had lunched was
shaken   down,   and   they   would
probably  have  all   been   killed   if
they had not fortunately already
left the hotel.   As it was, all came1;
through the earthquake unhurt.
The marriage will lake place at
St. Margaret's, Westminster.
S.S. COMPANY OF B.C., Ltd
'I he new steel Passenger Steamer
"Camosun"
leaves
Pnnce Rupert every Sunday
at i) a.m. for Vancouver,
arriving Monday afternoon.
For Stewart City on arrival
from Vancouver Friday
night.
Northbound, leaves Vancouver Wednesdays at 9 p.m.
Steerage Fare
$5.00
The "Camosun" is the only  steame
on the run having water-tight bulk-
lieaila nml double bottom, tliUB en
miring safety of passengers in case
of collision or wreck.
J. H. Rogers, Ticket Agent.
difficulty has to be overcome. A
party has been .is long as live days
in covering this eighteen miles.
Mere one must camp in the snow
and ice and, comparatively short
as the distance is, many strenuous
experiences have to be recorded,
Mr. Wright constructed the liny
cable near the nutlet of the Naas.
AL.   LARW.LL   IS   DEAD
Grand  Old   Man   of  Amateur
Sport Passes Away
Vancouver, June 2.���Al. Lar-
will, a pioneer resident antl the
Grand Old Man of Amateur sports,
tlied at six this Friday morning at
his home in ihis city.
THREW STONES
AT BRITISH JUDGE
Riotous Scenes Following the
Unseating of Sir Henry King
at Hill, England.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London, June 2.���Sir Ilenn
King for the past twenty-live
years the Unionist representative
for the cily of Hull, was unseated
today for treating.
The judges were hooted as ihey
left for the City Hall antl a lump
of coal thrown hit one of the
judges.    The fracas caused much
Indignation.
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Daily Edition.
Saturday. June 3
STILL THERE IS NO AMBULANCE
Once again, the city has hatl tlu- painful spectacle of seeing an
injured workman with limb ami hone crashed into pulp, jolted painfully through the streets on a jolting rig, for lack of an ambulance
or even a stretcher system.
To the men at work in the rock cuts, on the railway track, and
on the wharf, who arc in constant danger of accident, the question
is a serious one. So far, although the (Irand Trunk Pacific Railway-
company has donated 1600 towards thc cost of a proper city ambulance,
neither the city council nor the Hospital Board have even discussed
the matter, though one body has been specially asked tt) do so.
Perhaps the knowledge that another unfortunate has been carried
in a rig from the extreme west of the town to the Hospital, will^wakin
up the authorities to a sense of their duty in thc matter.
The question of an ambulance is of more importance titan how-
to give voting power to an honorary president, or some of thc unseemly
bickerings which have marked the council proceedings of late.
���
THE GRAND TRUNK ASSESSMENT
Owing to the near approach of the time when tlie citizens will
be called upon to vote on the above question to bind the city to an
agreement covering a long period of years, and owing also to the
evident reluctance shown in certain quarters to discuss the question
with the citizens, thc Daily News will print a series of editorial articles
dealing with the various aspects of the question.
ln so tloing, there is no desire to sway the minds of the electors
either for or against the proposed settlement. The aim will be to
state thc case fairly, without prejudice, without exaggeration, and
without rhetorical appeal, letting the issues be clearly seen, and allowing the facts to make their own appeal to the individual mind. Our
chief concern is not which way the electors will vote, but that the
electors may know what it is they are voting for or against.
ARTICLE NO. 4--THE "BY-PRODUCTS" OF THE
ASSESSMENT AGREEMENT
There are anumber of chemical manufacturing processes like
the production of soda cake and those industries that Sir John Brunner
and Mr. Alfred Mond specialized in, where the by-products, properly
treated were shown to be of enormously greater value than the main
product which evolved them. Incidentally, millions were picked
up (hereby from the waste heaps of Lancashire and the Black Country.
Such is the situation in regard to the proposed assessment agreement with the (Irand Trunk Pacific. Thc Bret antl obvious product
would be the reduction of the company's t.ix bill from the original
amount of $101,407 to $15,000at the expense of the private lot-owners.
That is a simple matter. But the matter docs not end there; Arising
out of this main product there would be a harvest of by-products,
which completely overshadow in their totalled magnitude the main
product of thc agreement
The effect upon thc general assessment has been dealt with in a
previous article, and is alreadly noticeable on this year's assessment
of thc privately owned lots. Other re-actions which will be dealt
with in this series, among other things, will be the re-actions on the
real estate market; thc re-actions on the mercantile interests; the
re-action on the labor market; the re-action on the waterfront development and manufacturing development of the city; the re-actions
on the borrowing power of the city, and the municipal enterprises,
and a discussion of alternative methods of dealing with the question.
The term re-action is used in its scientific M-nse, to denote sequence
of effects, and is not intended to imply that the effects are necessarily
retrograde.
The first re-action that the proposed assessment settlement would
have- quicker even in its effect than any re-action of the real estate
marketi which is always very susceptible to external influence���
woultl be on the borrowing power of the city. This is because a money
by-law is to bc submitted to the people in three weeks. Indeed it
woultl be most likely that the money by-law, asking sanction for the
borrowing of a sum of ��.j00,!)10 for a water-work^ woultl bc submitted
on the same rlayj as the sanction to reduce the (Irand Trunk Pacific
assessment to ��15,000 a year.
Under the Municipal Clauses Act, the limil of the borrowing powers
of British Columbian cities is fixed at 80 per cent of the assessment.
At fifteen mills on the dollar (which was last year's tax rate) a payment
of $15,000 would make the (Irand Trunk Pacific company's property
rank as security for civic borrowings as equivalent to $1,000,000 of
assessment.
If the tax rate should be greater than 15 mills, the value of thc
railway company's property as security for borrowings, would be
even less than a million. Thus at 20 mills the city could only
borrow on it as if it were worth three quarters of a million.
In other words, (or every million dollars of exemption the citizens
grunt, there is a shrinkage in the borrowing power of the city of $800,000.
To retlucu the Grand Trunk assessment from $7,21)1,0(H) as it was lasl
year to $2,819,800 as it is this year means a shrinkage in the city's
borrowing power of $3,569,600.   To still further reduce it to $15,000
J!_?l ^    .   P*mV**T.* agreement proposes, means at the lowest com-
'  a lB miu rate���a further reduction  of  $1,451,600
of the private lot-owners by 00 per cent, the assessor lias made up
over three millions of the four millions which he has taken from the
railway company's share of taxation, ami thus in large part preserved
the city's borrowing power. This is true���on paper. But the consequences of attempting large burrowing on the basis of a speculative-
value were indicated in this column on May 19th last, in an article
entitled "The Dangers of a Speculative-Value Assessment."
Ami granting the force of the argument (o thf full, granting that
the inflated values shown t.n the assessment will pass unquestioned
tm the money markets, the fact still remains that over four millions
of assessment have been removed, upon which capital for civic enterprises could have been raised, and that efforts are being made to still
further exempt the railway company's property from taxation.
The argument is capable of extension. If private lots which last
year were worth $4,700,822 as a basis for borrowing, are this year
valued al $7,820,880, an increase of 00 per cent, then ihe railway
company's lands which last year were valued at $7,201,500 should
at the same rate of increase be security for borrowing $9,722,000,
ami the city's capital instead of being impaired by a loss of $5,021,200
if tin- proposed agreement is ratified, is actually being impaired by
;i loss of |8;910,000.
The matter does not end here, but enough has been shown on
this phase of the subject to inakt clear thc duty laid on diose who
send lhe agreement on lo the citizens, to explain the nature ol the
document before inviting the citizens to support it.
H  F. McRAE
F. K. C. BROWN
H. F. McRae & Co.
Financial Agents
Second Ave.,
Prince Rupert
Branch:
Vancouver
A  FEW  CHOICE  OFFERINGS   FROM   OUR   LIST
Lots
23, 24
6
9. 10
31. 32
We have ono very choice buy in Section 1 which we cannot advertise���
absolutely central���small cash.    Also several close-in lots at $25 month.
Block
Section
Price
Cash
18
1
$15,500
$5,000
1
(i
1,250
660
12
6
1,575
son
28
6
!HI0 each
2.-,n
1
7
525 each
100
SAYS SHE HAS
BEEN "LISTED"
Mrs. Wm. B. Leeds  Tells  of a
Form of Marriage Brokerage
(Colonial Press Despatch)
June 3.- -Mrs. William B. Leeds,
wife of the American multi-millionaire, who, in a speech before a
coterie of wealthy I'nited States
citizens now temporarily residing
in Paris, declared that she hatl
discovered a plot on the part of
French detective agencies to furnish
fortune-hunting noblemen with information regarding eligible American women of prominence in the
Cures Sleeplessness^
..   MAII1IEUS
NERVINE POWDERS
F�� tm-m*__i ���**__��__),  ���
-   i- M "T"7-___ id
Special Prices
IN MEN'S SPRING SUITS
IH Reg. $20 and $25 =^
11     Suits Now     11
MRS. WM. B. LEEDS
financial worltl. Mrs. Leeds declares that she herself has been
placed on the market by these
would-be marriage bureaus, and
as a result has received several
distinctly unflattering offers of
marriage from needy nobility. The
matter has been brought to the
attention of the authorities, and
it is expected that a thorough
investigation, with many arrest;.,
will follow.
NO   COURT   TILL   JUNE   19
News of Altered Date for Supreme Court, Civil Cases,
Received Today.
Word was received from Victoria this morning by Mr. Arthur
Cuthbert, the Court Registrar,
that tin- sitting of the Supreme
Court here for civil cases has been
adjourned from June 15 to June li).
Have gol next to the special
lunch in the Royal Cafe at the
light price.'' . 2l
Martin O'Reilly
BECOND AVE.
PRINCE RITKIlT
putatioiv
Wl
Read The Daily News
And Get All the News
1836 -       1911
The Bank of
British North America
ti Tears In loilnrtt.
Capital and  Rc.erv. Over $7,300,000
Money Earning
Money
Small -weekly or monthly deposits in a Savings Account soon
count up���Interest compounded
at highest current rates.
Deposits of $1.00 and upwards
received.
Prlace ������perl Braach���
r. S. LONG. MaUugcr.
Bankrupt  Sale
Estate   of    The    Brin    Furniture    Company
Wnen It Is ramembared that the money so capable of being borrowed
s the e ty s capital, the magnitude of ,his first by-product of thi
pioposetl agreement mil be clearlv ut*-    \   ,        ������ *
���,,..; ,-f   f    .... ,       . *\_mm} ���wn,    A step which means tht
< uting Off of millions of capital is a serious one. ( itics arc as depend,,,,
on tier capital as all other corporations.   It I. lack ol cpltoJ whi,),
usually drives cities inlo the arms o( t'|lTir\,. ii���i,,       , i
.'___.. , ,   L1L<-,rl< light, and gas, and power,
and street railway, and waterworks companies
It may be pointed out by some that by increasing the assessment \ ���___==
Acting  tinder  iiiBtnictionH of
thc ersdltori we are (breed in
dispose of this stock he fore
July Int. . , Entire stock of
lligh-clnnn I-'urniturc, Carp-
ctR, Hurs,  Stoves,  Etc.,  will
be how regardless of cout.
i C. B. LOCKHART
NO
REASONABLE
OFFER
REFUSED
Now is the time to fiimiah
your home at prices that you
will never have ii chance to
ilo   again,     !     i     I     I     i
Mr. W. Staples of Vnncouver
is now in charge of the
salesroom.    ::-.::
Ab.olulcly Humleii in Their Effect
J.I..MATHIEU Co.. Prop..,Shcrbrook��, P.Q
-Church Services
Ski'i-mi Lanil Diatrict���Distripi ,,i ,.
Tako  notico  thut. 1,  Willium J���|���, {."?"'
llillll   l-Jaaaa-li...     I
Prince lluport, II. 0.,
OMUpMlOD runclu-r
iim-ilil
KIHST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Services evtry Sumliiy In Hie
EmprwtThwtra, ll ii.iii.mi'
- an p.m.    Sunday School nnil
Ililili, flams  lit  2.80  P, 111.     ,
REV. F. W. K KUU. M.A.. I'ASTOIl
TUB   MUST   BAPTIST   CHURCH
IIKAH OP ORNTRH BT.
Services oviry Sunday ot 11
a.m. nml 7.80 P-m.     Sunday
Si-liiml  2.311   p. m.        Barncn
Bible Clash :i p.m.
KEV. W. II. McLKOD B.A S.D.    Pastor
THK FIR8T MKTHODIST CHURCH
BBTWB8N OSMTBBIT, AMD Snd AVK.
Scrvii'os every Sunday nt   11
a.m.   nnd T.IIU p.m.     Sunday
Bchool nt 2.:m p.m.
REV. C. R S1NQ, B.D. Pastor
SALVATION   ARMY C1TADKL
TOP OV SIXTH BTSBBT
Sunday Services 11
a. ni., il p. ni.. s p.m.
Sunday School UH p.
m. Public Services
M.iinliiy. Wednesday.
Thursdny. Sntuidny at
B p.m. Everybody welcome.
BNSION JOHNSTONE, Cmpg oKKifKii
NON-EMPLOYMENT
IN VANCOUVER
Major Gibson Just Returned to
Rupert Talks on Strike
Major Gibson returned to the
dty by the Prince George this
morning after a six week's stay
lown below. At the time he
left Vancouver tlu re was a good
leal of talk about tlie impending
general strike.
"Tonight," said Major Gibson,
"a mass meeting will be held in
the Horse Show Building when
the men will decide on their campaign. Business men in Vancou*
ver are not greatly disturbed at
the prospect of die strike. There
are bo many unemployed in the
dty just now. There will be any
amount of labor available, indeed,
there is more than enough now.
I saw many signs of unemployment on tlie streets when I came
away. Young fellows evidently
respectable and unaccustomed to
the job were curving sandwich
boards, and I tell you they looked
hungry. And die trains kee]
pouring in new batches of them.
rhe trouble is that the newly
arrved immigrants have not got
their bearings yet, and are not
up to the new conditions. My
impression of the labor situation
at Vancouver is that much misery
will be caused by the strike, and
1 do*not see. how the men ean
win."
to upply fur permission to purohaw tli
��� li'.M'iilii'il   luml-.:
Commencing *-t �� post planted al thenuthw
corner of Lot B068| Kange B, Couat DUtrict i
iouth SO ohalm. thenoe  eut 40 chain, tit *
nortli 80 chuins, thmicu wost -It) chaim to nS��!
ot commencement, oontalnlng su acrei mora
loss. ' or
Dated April 8,1011,   WILLIAM JOHN Coin w
Pub. April HI). KLM
Skaena Lind District -District uf Queen Chariott
Tako notico thut Goorao W. Arnott u[ l>rin��
Rupart, a u, occupation real eetato &3___?
Intenda to upply tor permiaaion to Duroha�� ��5
tollowtng deaoHbed lumis: H��nanui   thi
Commencing at n post planted ubom *���v
miloa and unu-hutf milu wost .imi one mUa iim,J
Irom tho mouth of Stanly   Greek, Naden HtSSS
thanoa went so chains, thenoe iouth BQ ohalh!'
i thonea wwt SU cliains, thunco north SO ohalu
Dated Murch 17f 11)11. tiLu. \V. ARNOTT
Tub. April 21!. Numu Deraen, A^,
Cout Hangu 5 Lund District
Tuko   notico   tlmt  I,  John   Hepburn of  Kit
���umkalum, occupation termer, Intend to an��
for permUalon to purehau the follow uk ii'Wiwii
landai l*
Commencini: nt a post planted at thu BttUnu
cornor ol Lot &9B8. thenco uuat SQ ehalai Urn***
iouth  40 ohains,  tlience  woat B0 ehuiw,' thene*
north 40 ehaina to place oi oommenoamant
Dnted March 18, 1911. JulIN HEPBURN
I'ub April 16. U'N
Skeenu Lund Dlitrict���Diatrict of Coaal Bun I
Tuku  notico that  Henry  Mucurim-y uf l'rUl��.
Kujwrt, li. C, occupation miner, intends to iiiply
for pennteeton to uurchaau the tollowing d��cnb��d
lamia:
Commencing nt a |>oit plunted on the iouth
lido of Kxchumaika Kiver, ubout i l*% mUu (rum
its conlluenco with the Skeenu River aad itbuui
l-il miles west (rum Kxchumsika rapid*, tlicncv oo
cliuins nurth, thenco 40 chuina east, thenci lu
chains south, thunco 40 chuina west to point 0
commoncomont, containing iiO acros niuru or
luis. Poet murked "U.M. S.W. cor."
Dated April 88, 1911. lltiNUY MACARTNEY
i'ub. Auril 88.
Skcaiiu Land Diitrict���Dlitrict o( Cussiur
Tnko  notico that  1,  Mary Curin  of BtBWUL
li. C, occupntion marriod woman, Intend tu app|y
for permisiion to purcbaM tbo fullowing d<ocni*d
Commencing at a poat plunted twu [i) n,^
south aud .-) two milos woat uf thu brin uf tu
White and Mst rivers, thenco so chums north,
thonoe SO chaini west, thunco SO cliiin.i sujth
thencu SO chaini eaat.
Dated April 80, 1011. MAKY CABIN
I'ub. May 13. Frnncii S. 1'rurton, Agmt
SkeeU Laml District���Dutnct of tiuwn CharlotU
Take notioe that Catherine Harrison, of Calgary
Alberta, occupation iplnstcr, intends tu apply,
fur permission to purcliaau the following described
lnnds:
Commencing nt a poit planted about ti I-:
milos wost and half a mile nouth from tbe mouth
of Stanley Creek, where It empties Into N^j.a
tlarbor, liraham Uland, thenc* 4U chains *wxlt
thencu 40 chains vast, thencu 40 chain* nortn,
thenoa 40 chaina west to point of cuinmuncvmeni
and containing lt>0 acrei umru or less.
Dated March 17, Kill.
GATHEBDOB HARROW
Tub Apr. 7* N umn Demurs, Agent
Skeenn Lnnd Diitrict���DUtrict of Cealn
Take notice that l, Alico M. u ���... .-    of I'ncrf
Kupert, n. C, occupntion mnrried woman, ir.teni
to npply for permission to purchaso (lie (ullo��itg
described lands:
Commencing nt a post nlantod about two mika
Miuth and two mllus wust of the lurks of \U.iit
and Flat rivers, thencc nurth bO eheine, tbM
enat ttU chains, thonce south t>0 chains, thrnee
west bO chains.
Hated April yo, 1911. AL1CK It KN01 G8
Tub. May IU. Francis S. 1'restun, Agc&t
Skeena Land District���District ul Coast Hange S
Take not cu that 1, John Ivan Potato ol I'mxe,
Kupert, It. C, occupat un clerk, int. i.d tn *\*y.)
for permission to purchase thu (ollo��ii.g deKr^cd
ands:
Commencing at a post planted about thrte is
ouo-half miles distant n a aouth WOBlorb d tPct oo
frum a blind slough Irom Utwervatory inkt fetal
the same touches thu Indian Ke��-rw, thence
wwt Ml chains, thencu noith Ml ohaleo, IhNOI
east mi chains, thence south SO chnn.�� tn petal o
commencement, containing tilO acrm note ur \m
Dated April 14, 1011. JUHN  IVAN I'LTEIU
Tub. Muy 13.
Stikine Lund District    1 Unci of Cassiar
Take notice that Sydney liodgkinson ol IV>
graph Creek, li. C, occupalion clerk, intendi to
apply  for  permission   lo  purchase the luUosittf
described land:
Commencing at a post planteil aboul n uuirta
mile north coal from tl lacier Kitlle and on the ���**
bank ol Stikine Itiver, thenee east 20 cbsiu
thencu north 40 chnini, ihence west 'iO cl.siu
thenca south 40 chains to pofnt ol commantvtneri
and conuining t*0 acraa more or leas.
Dated Feb. 11, mi.
SYDNEY HODOMNS0N
Tub. AprU 7. CA. XtTOb Ag*:.i
Stiktnc Und Diitrict- District ol Caatiir
Take notice ibai Christian A. l.r> ��� 11
1*  C, occupation customs oilicer. intends toaprb
lor pvrmisiion lo purchase the following dwentied
land:
Commencing at a post pUnn-d about thfi��
quarters of a mile north eosl from (Jlaciet Ki!w
und on the east bank ol Slikine Ki\cr snd en th*
south side of the muuth ot a little crvek, teeaM
oosl 40 chains, thence north 40 chains, thence
wwt 40 chaina, thence aouth 40 chains to \*\.:,i
til commencement and containing 1����0 acrei mete
Detedfeb. io, lvu.    CHRISTIAN A. BRW
I'n!.. April 7.
Skeena Und Dlitrict���DUtrict ol Queen CharlolU
Islands , ..
Take noliee that J. ll. Murphy.nf 1 n-urtf,
H. C, occupation commercial travrll 9t utendi
to apply for p*rmlaiion to purchase tbe I ��.i'i����l
dcwcnlMMl lands:
Commencing  at   a  poit  planted  about   *tei
milm wtat and one milo roulh from the mojia
ol Stanly Creek, Nad*��n Harbor, then-
chaini, thenca weat 40 chains, thencs ��>Jlh M
chains, thence oast 40 c    Ina.  ���..
Datod March 17, 1911. ""J.SII. Ml ���-��� li\
Tub. Aprd 22. Numa Demurs, Sttw
���teen Und District-District "' j
Take  nutice  that   I.   William   ImVW   ("r'f>,
u(   Toronto,   Ontario,   occupalion   ch-rk.   r.ui��
to api.ly for (HTmisslon to purchav the I*-.\*****t
descril��ed lands: ^^
Cotamandne at a post planted at tee fwrtb*'T
e >rner t>f Lot .IO.16  Ka.ig   fi, Coasl District, thri
1 ait 60 chaim, ihence north 40 chim*. theoei ��������
'.0  chains  to   Hell's  (tate  slough,   r
hIourIi southerly to (M>int of commencement, coa-
taining lt>0 acres more or lees.
Dated April 6, lttll, ,   .  .,.,...
William   mklvillk ioulm
Do away with this.    Patronise a white
laundry.   Whltejlabor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
for sale
5-room House on gth
Avenue nnd McBride.
$700 eaBli, easy terms.
JOHN DYBHAVN
ExclmiiRc Block Prinee Uupert
The Insurance People
EVKIIV OUa OP IN.II'RANrf:.    io:t a,| | n/,r,.���
The Mack Really and Insurance Co.
Thinl A
vi->iim"iiiiI l-i,|t������Sl
S. O. E. B. S.
Tho   i'rinca  Rupert Liiiliro.  N���   11.   o������      ,
Bnriknd.mMt.th.flnt nn.l thlrt   -*',,_n' ','<
met, ninntli In thr Cnrpcnler, M,,||. ���,' "vm
f. V. CI.AllK, S..,-
P.O.Uox812.1'r|n��KllI)(]rt
I'uh. April 29.
Skwna Uml Di.irict-l)l<lrict tt C
Tnko  mitirr  that   1,   Ch��rl��  A.   I"*"''!
I'rincr Unpin, II. C. o��u|i��ihiii morel ���
111 ��|iply Inr iHTmiminn lo |iurchaw IMI
ilimcriU'il UntU: .        ,,
Commenring at ��� nrnt pl.nleil on tl'
liink ol Kulium.lka Itiver and alwm ******
Irnm Ita conllueiicu with the Skeena Hi*". "' "
���Ml chalna ea.t, thence SO chaina north. ihMii* **
chain-. w.-it. thence Stl chain, .oulli I
commencement, coniaininit 610 acrw nn" 'p '" v
Daileil April 21, IUll CIIARI.KS A. VAI *���""
I'uh. April Mi
Sknena l.anal Diatrlcl-Biutrii-t tt ���
lnke n.itlr.. thnt I. Mra. .lohn OnthJ  ������'.''"""
lluiii-rt. ll.C..orcii|inllon ninrrii-l wi'inan- ant
In npply for tiermianlon to purchase the f"ll"���� ���
d-mcrilnd Und.i ���,,
l aaininencinir nt 11 poll planl-ed **' chaiis
1t.1l I2ai chnina w.uth from the aouthwi' '
l"i 17.1, Const Dlalrict. Kanirefi, thenn
ilinin., Ihence en.t 411 chnln.. thenc.' m'l"
'���hniiii.. thenco weat 411 chain, iii'in"" ''
I'oint  of  commencement, containinK ���***    '
mure or lesa. ,,, , .
MltS. JOHN ll.nttii'1 COHI-lI"
Unto .Mnr. 211. lull
I'uli. Apr. 4. 1911
LAND  LKASE NOTICE
Skenna Und Diatrict-Dlatrict tt * **"',.a
��ke notire that William Munlord       n'"JT
ort,   11.   0,   occupalion   nrospectw    "������
- A,,_,\y  (nr  i��.nnisaion  to loam the t*-**"*
deacrihiid landa: in.i.k.i"i
"ommendni al a pool planted aboul 1W JWC
lh nl Ilie Inillan Keaervo nn tl  '
'���e llay and on tho eaat aide ol tin  1
nre smith 80 chalna lion. .hora. tln-i"J
-hains to tiooao llay, thence north al.ang s.
.ains, Ihencn wmt 40 chains mnre '" ""���
linsl, rnntnlnlni .120 acroa more or M.ftNKlRD
iist.sl March 8. 1011.      WILMAM M1 -**'""
I'uh. April 16.
_ Skeona Und Diatrict-Dlatrict tt (';'"j!fi���(.
Take notico that Hume llahlngton "* *'"/_,
"Peri, II. C-, occupation master mnni-
S'llll
U_
the...
40 ch
Nil cl
post
llu|n
apply  lor' permiaaion
���scrllieil land
-riln'il lands: lfll -hsin*
nmmenelng at a post planlwl .hnut ";',,., ���|
soulh ol thn Indian Itowrvn nn the ea-t '������
USOM liny on the eastslde of the ���'���ninmil" <" .
north 100 ehalns along ahore to the It'?'''"
e llw.
*"h
...   ...   _,.-.,,m  a.una   ean.1^-   ."   *������   - .,
.���nee west 00 chains more or leaa to i"
innce  loo  chalna  along ahore,  then"- '"  ���,
mln. more nr leaa to pmt, containing "<" ���
010 or lesa. mm___*T__\
Dated March 8, 1911. HUME IIAIUM'1"
I'ub. AprU If.. THE   DAILY    NEWS
'FRISCO MAYOR
SCHMITZ, BROKE
Once Famous Character Down
on His Uppers
The Besl
Procurable.
Absolutely pure*
Royal Bank of Canada
Hkaii OFPIca: MONTREAL.
" Capital, $6,200,000
Surplua, $7,200,000
Total Aiteta. $92,500,000
Established 1869.
Saving! Bank Department, $1 will open an account
iir���n.-liHi throughout Canada and Banking Connections with all parts of the
lr        ' United States.
Agents throughout the world.
H. P. WILSON, Manager. Prince Rupert Branch.
GET IN NOW AND GET IN RIGHT
The following properties will be sold en block, or separately
and on easy terms.
Block
10
ll
II
12
18
18
BECTION ONK SKCTION ONK                         SECTION ONE
UU Block                        .Lots 27                            42-43
...               SECTION FIVE
6-7-9W JJ                            "  Block                      Lots
14*4-6-6 19                        16-^   9                             22
MO 2��                        ���� 18                         22-23
22 3-1
21-22 84
1-2
27
3-4
15-16
19-20
37-38
42
9-10
For prices, terms and particulars, apply to
W. S. BENSON,
Second Avenue
AGENT
Atlantic Realty tt Improvement Co., Ltd.
Phone 214
The Christiansen-Brandt Co.
Real Estate and Insurance
We have some good buys in City Property.
Our Farm Lands proposition along the G. T. P. are worth
investigating.
Come and see us or write us before buying elsewhere.
MUSSALLEM & COMPANY
 Good   Fresh   Groceries  at   City Prices	
Wc have just received a new line of
Shirtwaists, Underskirts, Shawls and
Neckties which we will sell nt cut
prices for a few days only. .   :     :     :
)    To  Residents of Sections S, 6,  7 and   B--W. deliver promptly,
our Roods are fresh, at prices not to be beaten in the city   I   t
***��.. ��>**��� MUSSALLEM & CO. s*^--***
>- - o
^^.Z* The "Frisco Standard"
Cut t*m**m**_t llitmm*
r>llml��r type "Frlat"
Standard" Oaaollnn
Kn��im\ lliw 8* h.p. lo
lift h.p.       :      :       I
gulck dellvrnr of all
tltn Ir��m * h.p. almle
tyllndor upwards.
AIIKNTS-
Rupert Marine Ironworks & Supply Co
0
"ir,,-* Pbaa�� nino ��� p.o. Bo* Bin
'III   I HI imt, SKPAIR sil..1-
Worka cm Wharf: Phon* .113
Acnawowra camuki.
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The Daily News
DELIVERED TO ANY ADDRESS IN SECTIONS 1, 6
AND 6  EVERY DAY FOR
50c PER MONTH
Former Minor Schmitz, \\l<>
escaped going to San Quentin
prison with former Boss Abe Rw.'f
by the slenderest legal technicality,
and who is now at liberty on
heavy bonds, has lost all his
fortune. Scl niitz is said to be
dead broke, all I.is business ventures havii u got e wrong. He was
pi or when elected mayor, but is
sHil to hi ve qi,it very wer.lt! y.
When Schmitz was trying to
get out of jail on bail he obtaii ed
the assistance of William |. Dingee,
an Oakland capitalist. In turn
Dingee induced Schmitz to invest
money iu a large cement factory
near Santa Cruz, This company
was dragged down into ruin when
Dingee failed last year, and Schmitz lost every cent he hud invested in it. Then the mine
which Schmitz put considerable
money into at Oroville, in Butte
county, pinched out after showing
some very rich ore.
ln despair, Siliinilz then started
for Sinaloa, Mexico, where his
brother is interested in some mines.
but a letter was received by
one of his old friends saying the
mine is worthless and Schmitz
is stranded and needs money
to get out of the country and
reach home. It is estimated that
Schmitz made half a million dollars, but the only thing that
remains is a home which is in
his wife's name. All the other
property has taken wings.
ABOUT OTHER
FAMOUS CANALS
Approaching Marriage  of Inter���est' F. M. DAVIS mat
DAVIS'
HOUSE
General Machine Shop and Ship's
Carpentering, Also agents for Fairbanks-Morse and Knox Gasoline
Engines, Gasoline Engines and Accessories carried In stock.
uncli.-i und Boat, for Him   N.E. end of Wharf
HAMAU GREENWOOD, M.  P.
An energetic Canadian who has made a
name for  liimsi'lf in British polities.
MISS MARJORIE SPENCER
One of England'8 most beautiful  women, who is to become the bride
of  Hamar Greenwood, M.I'.
(Colonial Press Despatch)
June 3.���A marriage to take
place this week which is of especial
interest to Canadians is that of
Mr. Hamar Greenwood, M. I',
for Sunderland and Miss Mar-
jorie Spencer of Townhope Court.
Herefordshire, England. Mr.
Greenwood was born at Whitby,
Ontario, 1870, and comesof United
Empire Loyalist stock.
Mr. Greenwood's engagement
to Miss Spencer has its romantic
side. They first met, quite by
chance, at Kingston, Jamaica, four
years ago. Miss Spencer was
visiting the island wilh her uncle
and aunt, Major and Mrs.  Mc
Gillicuddy of Kerry, while Mr.
Greenwood was visiting Jamaica
as the guest of the l.ite Sir Alfred
Jones.   Major McGillicuddy met
him in Kingston aud asked him
to lunch, and it was then thai the
engaged couple first met. It was
a momentous occasion in a double
sense, for at the conclusion of the
lunch the first shock of an earthquake w.is fell. The whole hotel
while the party had lunched was
sh.'ken   down,   and    they   woultl
probably have all been killed if
they had not fortunately already
UU the hotel. As ii was. all came
through the earthquake unhurt.
The marriage will lake plate nt
St. Margaret's, Westminster.
S.S. COMPANY OF B. C.f Ltd
'I be new sti'i'l Passenger Steamer
"Camosun"
leaves
Prince Rupert every Sunday
at !) u.m. for Vancouver,
arriving Monday afternoon,
For Stewart City on arrival
from Vancouver Friday
night.
Northbound, leaves Vancouver Wednesdays at 9 p.m.
Steerage Fare
$5.00
The "Camosun" is the only steame
on the run having water-tight bulkheads mul double bottom, thus en
surinK safety of passengers in case
of collision or wreck.
J. H. Rogers, Ticket Agent.
Facts about the World's Leading Waterways Giant Enterprises which Cost Fabulous Sums.
The interest in the Panama
Canal aroused by Mr. Magic's
lecture last night, makes comparisons interesting. The Panama
Canal with its length of fifty
miles, width nf three hundred feet
and depth of forty-one feet had
cost up to the end of last year a
sum of 1812,000,000.
The famous Krie canal was
opened in 1825, has a length of
'.V\'.i miles, a width of seventy feet
and a depth of seven feet, and
cost about $50,000,000. The Illinois and Michigan canal was
opened in 1SJ8; it is ninety-six
miles long and cosl about SO-
000,000. The Chesapeake and Ohio
canal is 1S5 miles in length and
cost about $.12,000,000. The Wabash and Erie is 274 miles in
length.
The Suez canal was opened in
1800, and is ninety-nine miles
long, -120 feet wide at its surface,
and thirty-one feet deep. Its
cost was about 1100,000,000. The
Manchester canal, 1804, is about
thirty-six miles iu length, 300 feet
wide   and   twenty-six   feet   deep.
Its cost was about 875,000,000.
The North Sea and Baltic is sixty-
one miles long and 220 feci wide
and cost SHO.OOO.OOO.
PLACER CHANCES
ON THE NAAS
difficulty has tn be overcome. A
party has been .is long as live days
in covering this eighteen miles.
Mere one must tamp in the snow
and ice and, comparatively short
as the distance is, many strenuous
experiences have to be recorded.
Mr. Wright constructed the ferry
cable near the outlet of the Naas.
AL.   LARWILL   IS   DEAD
Grand  Old   Man   of  Amateur
Sport Passes Away
THREW STONES
AT BRITISH JUDGE
Riotous Scenes Following the
Unseating of Sir Henry King
at Hill, England.
Vancouver, June 2.���Al. Lar-
will," a pioneer resident and the
Grand Old Man of Amateur sports,
died at six this Friday morning at
his home in this city.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London.   June   2. - Sir   Henry
King    for    the    past    iwenty-live
years the Unionist representative
for the city of Hull, was unseated
today for treating.
The judges were hootiil as they
left for the City Hall and a lump
of coal thrown hit one of the
judges. The fracas caused much
indignation.
Owiietl ami operated by the
Grand Tcunk Pacific Railway on
tin- American ami European plan,
Excellently furnished, with
Bteam heat, electric light, anil ull
modem conveniences, being absolutely first-class in every respect.
Tlie appointments ami service
are equal tu any hotel on tlu
coast.
Rates: $1 to $3.50 per day.
G. A. Sweet, Manager.
lTHERoyal Hotel
Cor. Third Avenue snd Slxih St.
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Hoi ami colli lathi.
Ilium,:    room   and
restaurant     :      :
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New
Knox
Hotel
BESNER &  BESNER,  Proprietors
It-- Now Knnx ll- ������' f�� run on thp European
plan. Flr>l-��laal .��rvtci,. All the Latp��t MikI-itt,
lmim>v*mpnl��. -:--.- HEDS SOc UP
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
Valuable Hint to Would-be Prospectors from Prince Rupert
Thc placer ground on tlie Naas
where the April strike was made,
according to Mr. F. \V. Wright,
one of the pioneer prospectors of
the Naas river valley, shows colors
all the way down, but nowhere
on the forty claims slaked has
bedfOCk been reached, Tho prospect is so good that men have
returned, packing in supplies, which
include pumping gear. In addition to the snow difficulty, surface
water interferes with the mining
operations beyond a certain depth,
and to obviate this, pumping gear
has   been    packed    in    over    the
g'ader.
All intending prospectors along
the Naas should note that between
Stewart and the seem- of thc
strike a glacier field of eighteen
miles has to be traversed. Nn
wood for fuel to make a lire can
be obtained, and on account of
this and the drifting snow much
Windsor Hotel
KIKST AVEM'K AT KIC.IITII STIIKKT
Newljr Furniihe-d and
Strum Heated Rooma
A MUST   CLASS DAR   AND  DINING
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATES 50 CENTS AND UP
BATHS   KREE   TO   GUESTS
ROBT. ASHLAND
P.O. BOX 37
Hotel Central ��g���&���$*.��
V ��� ��� !������ -Ai- ami American plan. steam
li.-at.-l. modern convenience*. Kates
$1.00 lo 12.50 per day.       :      :       :
Pater Black
Proprietor
The Heights at the Top
are always commanded by those who produce the best. Over fifty
years of continued Quality and Purity made
"The Old Reliable"
Budweiser
the unchallenged King of All Bottled Beers. Its worldwide reputation is due to its mild and exquisite flavor
which helped to win its Popularity Everywhere,
.Grand Hotel..
WORKINGMAN'.S HOME
Spring ll.-aK clean White Sheeta  25c
Rooms 50c
BEST  IN  TOWN   FOR  THE   MONEY
J. GOODMAN. Propri.lor
VICTORIA   CAFE
I.unrhanil Meals at all hour*. Lunch  iv.
Meal* 2fic up-Come and See
YOU CAN OCT A     ��� _    *,*<\   MRAL ANT TIMR.
Georgetown
Sawmill Co. Ltd.
Lumber
and ���
Mouldings
liottled only {with Cork* or Crown Cap*)
at the
Anheuser-Busch Brewery
St Louis, Mo.
The North British Columbia
Liquor Co., Limited
Distributors        Prince Rupert, B.C
K large stock of dry fintah-
inn lumber on hand. Boat
lumber a apecialty. Delivery
made al ahort notice.
Our prices are an low uany.
Call on ua before ordering.
OFFICE:
Cor Centre St. and First Ave. THE    DAILY   NEWS
FREE
EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE    :     :
For nil kinds of help, cooks,
waiters, dishwashers, hotel porters, all kinds of laborers or mechanics, cull up
Phone No. 178
or call at the
Grand Hotel Free Employment  Office
Headquarters for cooks .t waiters
Mt^ " *���-. " *���������-*.' -^ .> ^ ��� .--aaa. 1.^ i.-^.-^l. .aaa... ^..^
11 KING'S CORONATION STONE
HAS AJTRANGE HISTORY
It is Said to be the Original Stone on Which Jacob Pillowed
His Head at Luz -For Generations the Kings of
England, Scotland and Ireland Have
Been Crowned on It.
LAND  PURCHASE  NOTICE
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
ROGERS & BLACK
WHOLESALE   DEALERS I.N-
Building Material,   Cement,   Lime,
Hair-fibre Plaster, Coke, Blackemith
Coal,   Common Brick,
Pressed Brick
Shingles, Lath, New Wellington Coal
ALL ORDERS  PROMPTLY FILLED
BkMM Und Ditriot-DUtrltt ol Qunn Ohulottj
Tako   noiico   thst   George   Frlmill   ol   I'rinco
* ******      "'    "~  .1 ...   .i      I ,,   ���   in   iiin,   i'
I Skuena Land Dlatrlot���Dialrici ol Const Rungo l> ,.,������	
T.ko noiico that I, Hull Hull  Kunn.'y ol  1 ur-   ., 1( v   ,,Ccu|iullori butcher, intends to upply
muuth, Nova Scotlu. occupation iniirrii-ai woman,   a,,...,,,.,'.,,,��a,ia, iu purchase thu fullowing described
intond to apply lor permission tu purcliuse thu      ' I '
tollowing dworibud lands:
Commencing at a poat planted at nurth i'i
cornur ul T. L Lot 38628, thenco run nln| WOIt
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
See Us for Prices.
Phone No. 116
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST
Phone No. 200 P. 0. Box 5S0
PRINCE RUPERT. B.C.
|>+++++++++'M"H.++++++++++*t
w. j. McCutcheon j
Carries complete itock of Drutri.   Special   +
attention paid to tilling prescriptions.       ��L
Theatre Block phonk No. n Second Ave   X
\ Rochester *_%
t,p   ��� Monroe
'���' Ladysmith
j--".'   .t Coal
\;_   Phone ii s
It is ,i Btrangely interesting
.story, the Btory of the chair in
which King George V. will be
crowned .it Westminster Abbey
mi ilu- 22nd "i this month. Its
authentic history carries us back
tu the time when Scotland hail her
own kings, and Scone was at once
the Windsor and the coronation
Westminster Abbey of the country.
The really authentic history of
the stone would not be admitted
by serious and questioning antiquaries to yo back further than
the dale, about 834 A. P., when
it was lirst found at Stone. Hut
a long persisting legend or tradition brings it down from early
Bible times. According to this
view, it was the veritable pillow
upon which the patriarch Jacob
rested his head at Luz when he
had his beautiful vision of the
ladder that reached to Heaven.
In this mythical account the stone
is next traced to the posse.-sion
of Gathelus, the son of Cerops,
King of Athens, who entered into
the service of one of the l'haraohs.
and married his daughter Scota,
from whom Scotland is said to
derive its name. Gatlulus brought
it from Syria to Egypt; and to
escape an impending plague, hc
is said to have sailed from the Nile,
by the advice of Moses, with his
wife and the precious stone, and
landed   on   the   coast   of   Spain.
Dalriadic Scots to the shores ol
Argyll, and having  brought  the
stone  wilh   him   it   wa.-.  used   for
liis coronation at Dunstaffnage,
Here, a- we read, ii remained
till about a^'l \- I'���. w li ei i Kenneth
Macalpine brought ii to "Unroyal city of Scone," having fixed
on Scone as his capital, because in
the neighborhood he had just
fought and won the last decisive
battle witli the ancient PictS.
All this is open to more or less
doubt But the stone w.is at
least found 81 Scone, and it .gave
a sort of royal grandeur to Scone,
and led all the Scottish princes
to rep.iir thither to be crowned
on it. This is actual, sober fact.
However, we may explain the circumstance, it had acquired a Bacred
character as influencing the destinies of the Scottish nation. One
rhyme ran:
Unless the fates are faithless grown,
And prophet's voice bc vain,
Where'er is found ihis ancient stone
The Scottish race shall reign.
It was averred by the .indent
Scots that the stone gave forth
musical sounds when the rightful
ruler seated himself on it, but
remained mute when a usurper
was crowned. Much later, this
prediction was regarded as being
fulfilled when James VI. of Scotland ascended the throne as James
I. of  England.    At  the Abbey
of Scone the stone is understood
Commencing nt u port p'""^;1 ***""'* ""vo"
miles WMl  uml tWO mil��� -����uHl "I t_* moutn,01
stuiiliiv   Cri'i'k   win-re   il   lanipll���
bur, Graham islund, thonco SI) cliuins nuuth,
  , , - -    Into   Nadon
ch.ins,  thonco  north  BO  chuins,  ihonco (Ut ���   	
ch.ins, tboncu suuth SO chuins tu place ol o.ani- '.. c|mm< wost,  thonco SO chuins norlh,
moncoinont  cont.lulnii  320  ucros  moro  or   at*. SJjS so chiins oust to point ol conimenoemunt
My post la on nouth oust cornor ol luiaal applied ,,���,���,���,, t;io ucrus inoro orloss.
lor, marked lotion, S. E., .bout ono nnlo wosl ol '",',1 Murch 17, lull          GEORGE FRIW.ELL
Luke Ukelso, iwuth siilo of BkMM ii>'T DlWIOt '   .    .    ,. -                             Num. Demon, Altout
Ol Coast   Range  6. lull. April I.
Dttad[April 28, mil.     BBLL HALL KBNNEV 	
I'ub. Muy 13.                        Juhn liavcrly, Agent     ' Skefiin Uml District���Districl ol Cussiur
Tuko  nuiico  tbut  1.   lsu.c  U'llrion   Furbee ol
.Skoonu Lund District���llislrict ol Cussiur Prince Hiiport, 11. 0.. occupation carpontor, inlonil
Tako  notico that  1, Jam���  llunltip ol  1'riiu-i' u, apply (or ponuission to purchase tho lulluwing
lluport,   11.   C,   iiociipaliini   tounislcr,   Inloiaal   io described hinds:
upply   lor  permission  to  purclauso  lho  lolluwing Commi'iii'ing ul u post pluntod uboul IIv miloso
iloHcribud l.nda: 1011111 anal ono milu w���t ul tho (orka ol thuWhile
Cumiuunclng at a poat pl.ntoil about two mU�� aual  Flul  rivors, thonco norlh  SO chuins, Ihence
south ut th. furka ul tho White uml l-'hil rlWI, v,,.Ht  so chains, thonco aouth SO chuins, ihence
Ihoneo  nortli  SO chuina,  thonoo  weal   .-0 chums, ca.sl .-.0 chuins.
llienw south 80 ch.lns, thonco oust SO chains (lined April IS, 1911,  ISAAC O'BRIEN FORBES
Haled April IS, 1011.                  JAMKS DU-NL0P Pub. Mty 19.                    Francia S. rreston, Agonl
I'ub. May 13.                    Francis S. Pruatain, Agent
Skeon. Land Diatrict���District ul Curttl Skoona Land Diatrict-Dlatrict ol Coaal
Tako notico lhat I Francis S. Preston of I'rinco t     Tuke notice thut lilonn McArthur of Vuncouver,
Uupert,  11. C, occupulion  protpNtOT,  inloiaal to a 11,   c.,  occupulion  roal   estate agent  Intends tu I
upply   lur  pennlasion  to  purctauso  tho following I tpply  for jHirmiaslun  10  purchaso tho following'
doscribed lands: | described lands:
Commencinii   at   .   pout   planteal   tboul   thiol '     I'uniiiieiictig ut n post planted 40 chains w7sl I
mil��� south .nd two milts, wet of thu forks ul ( utuj  M) 1.1,.,,,,,. suuth of the southwest corner of
the White .lid Flat rivera. thonce south .-" clams , j>lt  Nu.   1733 marked  Glenn McArtbur'a nurth-
Ihence  eaat  SO  chains,   thence north  SO chuins, , W0Bt corner, thence aouth 40 chaina, thence oust i
thence weet SO chaina. 1 SO chains,  ihence  north  40 chains,  Ihonco  wosl
Dated April 20, lull.     FRANCIS S. PRESTON   a,o cliains 10 post ul commoncement, cunlainlntf
... . . t ,,l dust Itunge l> Skoonu l.ninl District -Diatrict ���[ (������,.���
Sko.n. Und Diatrict'   1-ricl "' C utlul ��1 R ,       .^  ,    wmi       ,����   I    out
Take notice tli.il I, Cl��� S   > '���'** ,  tl) prfnoo Ruport, 11. O., occupulion rtnohor, l,,i,-i
lluport.   II.   C.i   occiipa tll *   H'^ lie  (ulluwlnil to apply fur pormissh,,, lu purchaso ll���. [ E
apply fur  pornnssiun  to iiurtoiu." desctltiod lunda: '"*
doscribed lunds:  1���,���1 ���, tbt north       Cominoncini; nl 11 post plumed ���t lb,, aomi,,,,.,
Commencing ut I f��M���*? OptrtDUttJOt COrMr flLot JlOliS, llaimo 5, OOWI Disirio,      I,,
of Lot l.i J'i. ��JJJ ���|,;���,rth  05  chains , south   20 cliuins,   thenco   oast   -10 chili,,
north  'ill. chnina
wost corner
Ihonco eust -10 chali
thence   wesl  91 ��***
'^.T'^i^^iT*-.!''*' ^ "- "'���'-��
''"���'".'-"s.iutir-irrcllllillB tn
point
moro or loss.
Duled April 4, 1911.
Tub. April 16.
ust District   cornor ol Lot :loliS, Range .
,  25  ohains , south   20 cliuins,   thenco   oust   -,u olltlna, I
north 80 chuina, thonoo weal III chuina |��� a,,','
ol cninmeucoiiu'llt, cunlaiuiiiK SO ucraa... moron,
loss.
CU
MIA MAV LITTLE
Dislrici nl Const llnnm' I
,.   lleaton lillilemllHivli Ol
liaaiisokooiaor. Inlondf
Skwna Land Dlslrli't
Tuko noiico 1 lml  M
Victoria,  ����� C., occiipulu
doscrllu'd hinds: nltBtod ll lho snulbwosl
OomiMnTiiittt^PWn^",^,,^
rumor of Lol B��8, HUM'.*��$��   ,.���.���, theniv so
west lu point  ol
to'Ilply li., eMSSM Piirol.use .1,0 following
od nt .-
oust Dislrlrl.lhoni''
.., .Iiulns ...ulli lh'-
chuins nonh. fi^j*_*_l_f_^__m\tmm' l"��-
ommenc.i.no.iCco..''m";1mi-1'1-N ^U)BaSUtBVB
Dttad AprU IT, WIL
I'ub  May 6.
FOR SALE
Lots .5 antl 6, Block 28,
Section 1.
$3000, 25 per cent, cash,
balance 1, 2, .1 years,
7 per cent.
GEO. W. MORROW
1076 Nelson St., Vancouver, B.C.
A****-.***-'**.***'****'***.*-**
| BOWLING, b1lipaorodls
m 4 Alleys. 7 Tables.    A guo.1 exer-
h else.   A clean spairt.   Ladies every
41 .fternas.n.     Nrwmnn  Uluck,  be-
# tween 'at h .nd 7th Sta.
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REAL  ESTATE
KitHUmkalum Land For Sale
UTttnuALtm -      B. C
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO.  63
Meets in the HtlgnSOB Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All   memliers  of   the  onler In thc city
are requested to visit the lodge.
G. S. JOHNSTONE, N.G.
H. MORTON. Secretary.
F. W. HART
ONDEKTAKEK ft KMIIALMKR
STOCK   COMPLETE
Little's NEWS Agency
UagtttaM :: PtriodiOftll :: NewHpapp��
G1GAHH  �� TOBACCOS ::  FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
Afterwards he suit the stone tolto have occupied .1 place in front
Inland undrr thc care of his son, of thc hi^'h altar,
who invaded thc islami, and by Thc stone had been carved,
whom it was set up on Tara Mil. gilded, and painted, but these
There it was used as thc Irish dec*trillions have entirely duap-
Coronation Stone for many ages. I pearcd. h\ modern coronations
From Ireland it is supposed tolit is always covered with ;< cloth
have been once more carried to of gold. It has been asserted
Spain (by Calhel, King of the that the stone is of meteoric
Scots, it is said); but thc tradition origin, but tins is incorrect. It
is that it was brought back toIU simply a block of red sandstone
Ireland by Simon Brech, leader!containing an unusual proportion
of a band of Scots, somewhere' of iron. Its dimensions are: 2
about   700   B.   (\     It   remained  ft. 2 in. long, 1 ft. 1 in. broad, and
undisturbed until Fergus Mor.
probably a descendant of Simon
Brech, was driven out of Ireland
in   503   B.   C.     Fergus   led   the
10 1-
n;
thick.   Some matter *>i
i'ub Mit* Ui
bkeena Land DUtrict���Diitrict of CoMt iUinjc u
Take note* that I, Joo Jack u( PrtOM Kipcrt.
B. Op occupation carponti-r, inii'ini to apply fur
permliaion to purchaae thu followinK MWIbid
landa:
CommencinE at a post planted uboul thnr.and
nin'-liiiU miloa distant In a south wiwteriy dirrciion
frotn a blind alough from Obu-nutury lottf wiiure
the same touchea tho Indian EUMTVfl thenci- ea��t
t*0 chans. thencu loith hi) chnins. thencu WMtw
chalna, thencu aouth HO chaiiiit lo point of com-
mencement, containinu -tilo acres more or leas.
Dated April 14, 1911. Jul. JACK
Tub. May 13.
Skeona Land DUtrict���District of QUMB Charlotta
Take notice that Frank Unck of Woodstock,
om.. occupation bookkeeper, intends to apply
lur permiaaion to purchaau ir ������ following described
lands:
Commencing at u post planted about seven
milea weat and two mUea *��������� .<u etl the mouth of
Sunlcy Creek where it vmptioa into Naden
Harbor, Graham Island, thence .mi chains aouth,
thence 60 chains east, thance bO chaina north,
thenca bO chains west to point of commencement
and contanlng ti tu acrus more or leaa
UliO acres more or loaa.
Dated Murch 20, 1911.
Tub. April IB.
GLENN McAKTIICU
T. D. Laird. Agent
Dat*d March 17, I'.M 1.
I'ub. April 7.
Skeena Land District���District of Coast KatiK<'
Coust District
Tnke nntiee that Wm. Lealie of Snppcrton, B.C. ��
occupation Government Guard, intends to apply
for permission to purchase tho following dcacrib- .
til lands:
Commencing at u post planted 40 chainH west
nnd l'Jll chaint* south of the southwest corner of lot |
No 17&1, MUlgt 5 eoasldistrict.murked Wm.l>i��lie.
N.W. coiner, thence south 40 chaina. thence MSt I
Sn chaina, thencc north 40 chains, thence west >*���
chains to post of commencement, containinK 880
acrej more or less.
WM. LESLIE
T. D. Lnird, AgtDt
Dnt.Hi March 20th. 1911
I'ub. April 29th, 1911
Skeena Land Afiatriet���DUtrict of (juccn Charlotte
Islands
Take notice that Geo. H. Laux of Prince Uupert,
B. C, occupatiun barber,  intends  to apply for
Iiermission   to  purchaao   tbe   following   doscribed
ui     ���,,  i��,���l  District-   District oi i ��u��i
&oTS'Wsr��i��,,,aiW,Jis&.	
SB* i��u��5SSS
i'ub April ^ tftmi Hamilton, Auimt
���^k.'ono Uml llHlricl-DKlrict ol ljuoon t"'"^1^1'0
Tak"   no �� thni   Hula-rt  O.  Crow  o    l>nncc
UuiK'rt   HI'. iKi'iipaiiiin ai!,'..t.  ntond. to upb
tonn&OBU |.arcli��. tho loUowlng Je.crib.sl
'"cVmmcnrins at   a poat  plantcl   about  C  1-2
���   " a mile aouth ol tho mouth ol
mil* weal and hall
manli'V I'rei-k Hn it wmymm ���������.������ ������������
SSSS, 0X�� l-h'"'l. ttoMi tM 40 rhaln..
thenco north 10 cha'ns, thence went 40 chain,,
thonce maiilh 10 chum, lo |��lnt ol eommencemenl
.nil containiim l1-1-) acrw moro w Iran.
Dilcd March 17, HIU. '" '
Pub. April 7.
the  lollowinK
that the stone was quarried in tin-
ncigliliorlincHl nf Scone.
APPARITION IN
AN AiRY ATTIRE
Austrian Apparently Almost Asphyxiated Attracted Attention.
Retiring to his room in Nick
Gurvitch's hotel the other night,
an Atislri.in guest of that cs-
i.ilili-liiiiiiu neglected to open tin-
window a little from the top.
Awakening in the small hours with
a feeling of dreadful oppression
owing   to  the lack  of  ventilation
the gentleman, who it is whispered,
i-- distantly connected with  his
national nobility, had an overpowering Inclination to cool his
fevered brow, and other portions
of his anatomy in the fresh breezes
of night. So he sillied forth
attireil with all the simplicity of
true nobility, in what the Scottish
Hard would Call a "cutty sark."
Refreshing breezes from harbor
and mountain flirted gracefully
with   tin- gossamer garment, as
the Aristocratic Austrian atlven-
turid forth upon the costly mosaic
surface of   Fraser  street,  and  on
towards McBride street. So exhilarating was the experience, that
the experimenter was tempted to
indulge   iu   a   few   light   f.int.islir
evolutions on tip-toes. It was
unfortunate that at this moment
one of the minions of the law,should
have approached and domain In I
an explanation. There being no
interpreter handy the explanation
had to be deferred until later.
Meanwhile the hero of the Incident
apply for permi,iion to j. ..-ch
deacrllaaoi land,:
Commencinu at a post (lamed in tin- vicinity
ol IjiMMp Bay, aboul throe-eighta ol a mile soutli
ol thc mouth ol the Itonanra Creek, and beinv:
on the easterly bounalary ol Timber Limit No.
.. :-l ur No. -i.aj-aa. thenoe aoulh 40 chaini alung
the easterly limil of said Timber Limit No. 352U1
or No a .J-"1 41) chains, thenoe east to the shore of
KlCt persons are lliclir.nl  to lielleve | Uoom Uaay, a distance ol 40 chains more or lets,
thence northerly along the shore of Goose Itay
40 ehains more or less, thence westerly 4H chains
more or less to point 11 commencement, containing
160 acres mote or less.
Dated March 7, mil. I'l.KKV 1)1 LLNAN
Pub. AprU 1.
Skeena Land District -Ilirtrict ol Coaast Range b
Take notice that I, J. Harold McKean ol I'rince
Uupert, 11. C, oceupat on blacksm th. Intend to
apply for perm sslon to purchase the (ollowing
descr bed lands:
Commencini; at a po.t planted about three and
one-hall miles d slant in a south westerly direction
from a blind slough from observatory Inlet where
the same touches tlae linian Ki-serve, thence west
Mi chains, thence south *. cha ns, thenee east HO
chains, thence north Ml cha ns to po nt ol commencement, caintaining tito acrea more or leas.
Dated Apr I It, lull.       J. IIAItOLD McKKAN
Skeena Land District ���Disirict ol Cassiar
Take   notice   thai   I,   Thomas   Macgovern   of
Stewart, II. C, occupation mlner.inlcnir to apply
(or permisaion to purchaso the following described
lands:
Commencini; at a paast planted on the right
bank nl the Naas river ahout four miles above the
forks ol the Naas river, thencc south M0 chains,
.    Ihenc.-   west    -n   ri.-aia .,   - h..-,jc-.'   liaarlh   K0   chniii*.
&����%QVi !on.'^   ag    gSUPA-mmtmll.S^' ~'
i nwttu-ncv.    In  the caae of tirmn, thc actual TllllMlc
PRANK LEVICK   landn:
Numa iJfnuT*. Anen       Commencins  at  a  poat   planted   ahout  seven
miloa went and one mile aouth from thc mouth
Skeena Land Diatrict���Diatrict of Coaat itange I   of Stanly   Creek, Nadon Harbor, thencu nouth BO
Taka  notice  that  Annie  MutiaaUem  ol  Prince   chainn,  ihence  weat 40 chains,  thonce  north  HO
Itupert, U. C, occupation mitrned woman, intends   ctuins, thsnee c��st 40 chains,
to apply for permission to purchase the following    Dutod March 17, 1911. GEO. II. LAI X
deacribed Unda: l'ni>. Annl -J.. Numa Demers, Agent
Commencng at a pust planted at a post at the
aouthweat corner, 6u chaina east frcti N. EB�� corner
of   1-ot   111'.,   Ilarvey'a  Survey,  Coast   Diatrict, Skeena Land District���District of Cusaiar
Itange !>, thence east 20 chains, thence north 4U Take notice that 1, Brenton Jordon Moore of
chaina, thence woat 40 chains, thence south 20 Prince Kutiert, U. C, occupttion contractor, intend
chaina, thence east Jit chainn, tlience south _" to apply for permission lo purchase the following
Rhaina to point of commencement, containing ViO   daeeribed landa:
acrva more or leaa. CommencinK ;i' * poit planted nbout i3) thret
Dated May H, 1911. AN Ml. Ml SSALLKM    miliv suuth and (2) two milea wt-M of the forks
Pub. May Ui. ��� of White and Klat rivers, thencc bO chaina aouth
, thence 80 chuina west,  thence  >**  chuins  north,
Skeena ^nd Dintrict���District of Cassiar thence 80 chains east.
Take   notice   that   I,   Thotnaa   McMeekin   of UULNTON JUKDUN  .MUDHK
Prince Rupert, H. C, occupation clerk, intond to   Dated April 20, 1911.      Francis S. Prist on, AfBDl
apply   for  permiaaion  to  purciiase  the  following   Pub. .May 13.
��� :. .-:i! ������: lands:
Commencing at a pi.-t planted about two miloa
south of the Turks ul the White and Flat rivers, Skeona Land DUtrict -District of Cassiar
thencv north hO chaina, thence east 80 chains, Take notice that I, Churlcu M. Knousc o
thence south 80 chains, thence west aO chains. Prince  Kupert,   II.  C,  occupation  funner,  intend
Dated April 18, 1911. THuMAS Mc.MKKKIN to apply for pt-rmUsiuu to purchase the following
Pub. Ma** 12. Francis S. Preaton. Agent . deacribed lands:
i     Commencing at a pont planled about (3) three
Skwna Land Districl���Dutrict of Cassiar ! milea aouth and (2 )twu mtlea west of the furks of
Take notice that 1, * hurl-    L. Delgrove of Stew-   While river and Flat river, thencc south 80 chains,
ait I-   C, occupalion prospector, intend to apply   thonce  weat  80 chaina,  thence  north  80 chains,
fur permission lo purchaae tl.e following described   thencc cast 80 chains,
lands: Dated April20, 1911.      CHARLKS M. KKOUSE
Commencing at a poat planted about six miles i Pub. May 13. Francia S. Preaton, Agent
south and one mile wust of Um forks of the White
and  Flat rivera, thenee aouth 80 chaina, thence
eaat 80 chains, thencv north M chainn, llience weat ��� Skeena Land District���District of Cassiar
>0 chains. Take notice that  1, James Webster Ksplin of
Dated April 20, 1911. CHARLKS DBLOEOVE Stewart, H.C, occupation auctioneer, intend to
Pub. May 13. Francis S. Preaton, Agent j apply for perminaion to   purchuMi   the   following
deacribed lands:
Sketna Land District- Dwtrict of Caasiar '    Commencing at a  post  planted on  the  right
Take  notice that  1,  Ptvr>   ijuocnan uf  Prinoa ' bank of the Naas nver aluiui  nine milea above
Rupert,  H.  C, occupation  prospector,  intend to   the forks of the Naas river, thencc nouth 80 chuinn,
Sealtnl lenders addrvasrd to lhe BttdMH|BM
and endnned -Tender.(or Public Building, Cran-
brook, it. C. will tie receivpd until 4 p.m., on
Monday, June 12, 1911, for the construction
of a Public Building, Cranlirook, tl. C.
Plans, specification and form of contract can
If seen and forma of tender obtained at thv offices
of Mr. Wm. Hendenon, Resident Architect.
Victoria, B. <'., at the poat office, C ran brook, and
at thia department.
Pereons   tendering   are   notified   that   tenders
not be eonaidered unlean made on thi* printed
signaiure, thr nature of the occupation and plan
of roaidencv of each member of the firm must
be given.
. I,*-1 ������������*. r muat be accompanied by an
accpuivd cheque on a chartered bank, payable
lo thf nr-ier of the Honourable thc Minister of
Public Wirk��, equal to ten per cent (10 p.c.) of
the amount of the tender, which will be forfeited
if the jwrson tendering decline to enter into a
contract when called upon to do so, or fail to
complt-t" the work contracted fur. If tbe tender
he not MMptad the cheque will be returned.
Tbe (apartment doaa not bind itaelf lo accept
the lowest or sny tender.
By order.
R. C. DESROCIIKIIS,
Secretary.
Department nf Public Worka,
Ottawa.  May 13,  1911.
Newspaper* will not he paid for this advertisement If they bmft It without authority from the
I>epanment. 2l
LAM) PURCHASE NOT1CE.S
Dated March .
Pub. May 17.
T1U >mAS UACQOVERN
1911.  Sidney Frank Wright, Agt
Water Notice
thencv west  80 chains, thence north  80 chain
thenoe east 80 chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less.
JAMKS WEBSTER KSPLIN
Duted March 24, 1911. Frank Sidney Wright, Agt
Pub. May 17.
Skeena Land District ���District of Canniar
Take notice thut I, Sydney Fitzgerald of Stewart,
R. C, occupution cook, inlend to applv lor permUsion to [lUfcii.i..- the following described lands
Commencing at a post planted ubout live mile
south and one mile of the forka of White
and Flat rivers, thence aouth 80 chains, thence
weat 80 chains, thence norlh 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains.
Dated April 18, 1911. SYDNEY FITZGERALD
Pub. May 13. Francis S. Pruston, Agent
Skeena Land District ���District o< Coast Range .*.
Take nol ce that Murdock McRae of Vancouver
I R. C, occupalion real estate broker, Intends to
apply for permission il purchaau the fallowing
described lands:
Commencing at a omt planted in the vou.h
bank of Kxrhumsikn river about five mile* from
tts conlluenee wilh the Skeena river, thence 40
chaina west, thence 20 chains north, thence 40
chains went, thence 40 chaina north, thence **
chaini east, thencc 20 chains south, thence 40
chafna east, thence 40 chains south to pnint of
commencement, containing 320 acrea more or leas
Dated April 21, 1911. MURDOCK McRAE
Pub. May 13.
Skeena Land District    District of Cassiar
Take notice that 1, John Robert Pacey of Prince
Rupert, 11. C, occupation cook, intend lu apply
for pi r-:.--inn to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a poBt planted (2) two miles
soulh und 2} two mllea went of the forka of the
While and Flat rivers, ihence aouth 80 chains
thenco eoat 80 chains, thence north 80 chains,
thence weat 80 cha na.
Duted Aprl 20, 1911     JOHN  ROBERT PACKY
I'ub. Mai' 13. Franc s S. Preston. Agen
eeupa
of the  applicant  is GvorRu  Young,
Noticv ia hereby tfiven that an application will be made uniler Part V. of
the "Water Act, KM," to obtain a
license in the Queen Charlotte Diviaion
of Skeena District
(a) The name, address and oceupation
of tht*  BppUci
Victoria, H.C.
(If for mining purposes)   Free   Miner's Certificate No	
(b) The name of the lake, stream or
source (if unnamed, the description
is) Ain Lake and Ain Hiver.
<! (c)   The point of diversion at or near
Tnki- nolica ,h,t |,  I'-rrcy  Krancla  I. a.r.,' la        "'" ���mil*.
ol Stow��rt, li. c. rnxupxinn im.rii.lijt intend io   (,|)    Thr quantity nf water applied for
Ion    In   iiorrhnw>   lhi��   fiilluu hilt      '    ;. i ��� '  *      .    * ,,   .',.;.���
(in cubic feet per second) 1000.
apply   for  permiasion   to  purchase  the  following
described lands:
Commencina at a post planted on the righl
bank of thc Naas river about aeven miles above
the forks of the Naaa river, thence south 80 chains,
thence weat 80 chains, thence north 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains to point of commencement,
containing ���> i" acres more or lens.
PERCY FRANCIS 0ODBNRATH
Dated Marc 25,1911. Frank Sidney Wright, Agt
Pub. May IT,
Skeena Und Disirict���Dintrict of Cassiar
Take notice that I, Jamm Millar Johnston of
Stewart, 1). 0*i occupation storekeeper, Intend to
apply   for  permlwlon   to  purchane the  following
deacrilKvl landi:
Commencing at a poat planled about one mile
north from the Naas river and about nine miles
above the forks nf the Naas river, thence norlh 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, Ihence south 80
chaina, thence east HO chains to poinl of commencement , containing ������'���** acres more or less.
JAMKS MILLAR JOHNSTON
Dated March 24, 1911.  Frank Sidney Wright, Agt
Pub. May 17.
Skeena Land District���District of Coast Range 5
ww*x_       n    . lias perforce changed ins hotel to    T��kn n^,w lhit'. u*>y Dsjw ���>��� vancou-
..TlUnCS   l OrtUMlQ   CciHCnt.t��r^at nm *,y Chid Vickers. |^EsnsuisBtBpSSsniEeMEmsfdmnM
lsn.ii
G. C. EMMERSON
MiKNT
TRY
Commencing at a p����t planted near the south-
'  enrnpr of Lot 1MI2, Range **, Coast    District
_-r'fcoi^ 125       Niilen Block       Second foi	
THK     "NEWS WANTl't""��� w���t 40 **$*,  tlifn-t, Kiuth  B0 ch��ln��,
AD.   WAY   OF   FINDINfl i P"lnt ol tommmnmirat.
I >��t��d Murch 24, 1911.        UONEL KINOSLKY
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Hillianln
Twelve Tables Second Ave
FOR   SALE
Two 11���, i������ A||,yI   m f(wl lol)    .   W||11
SnS3SL?TtSMr-rh"'"' ���**-"* *V**h *"������
*""* *������* outnt for quick MM. Afiply
i I'ub. AbtII 22-
Ha E ROSS, K.
Third  A v.aaaar
".IT...  Motel   I'aK.l   ll.walia
Print.   Haapa-,,
LINDSAY'S *______?
G. T. P. Tramler Agcntt
Ordm. oromritly niM.    MMI rnmm.blt..
OFFICE- H. B. RochMUir. Cntrc Ht,    Phon. r*. ' I'ul). April 29, 1911
(c) The flinraetiT of tlie proposed
works, iliim, flume, ��� pipe-line, power
enifines, plant, etc.
(f) The premises on which the water
is to be used (describe same) at or
near mouth Ain Hiver,Masset Inlet.
(g) The purposes for which thc water
is to be used is for power development and mill operations.
(h) If for irrigation, describe the
land to he irrigated, giving acreage.
(i) If the water is to be used for power or mining purposes, describt the
place where the water is to be returned to some natural channel, and
the difference in altitude between the
point of diversion and point of return
At or near mouth of Ain River.about
160 feet below lake level.
(j) Area of Crown land intended to he
occupied by the proposed works....
(k) This notice was posted on thu
��itli day of April, 1911, and application will he made to the Commissioner
on the 20th day of May, 1911.
(I) Give the names and addresses of
any riparian proprietors or licensees
who or whose h.mls are likely to be
airected by the proposed works.either
above or below the outlet.    None.
OKORGE YOUNG,
H. Edenshaw, Airent
P.O. Uox 285, I'rince Kupert, B.C.
Notf,-One cubic foot per  second  is
equivalent to .'(5.71 miner's inches
Sko-mia Land Diatrict-District ol Count lUnge .'a
Take nol cu that 1. Martha Look, ol Fruici'
Ituprrl, 11. C, occupat on marr .-.I woman iuton i
to upply for permlulon to purcliaiw the [ullowiiin
ia  .-ri,..-��� I lamli:
CommencinK at a pwt planli-il about throe anil
one-half mile ilUlant In a aouthwuitfrly direction
Irom a Mind ilouitb from Obaervatory Inlet -abt're
the same touches the Ind an 1-Uwrvo, thence eoat
HU chaint. thence south Ml chans. thenee west h
cbains, thence north hi) Chans lo point ol commencement, eonta n nK 'ill) ucres more or less.
Ilaleil Apr I 11, lilll. MAKTIIA LEEK
I'ub. May 13,
Skeena ljind District���District ol Cassiar
Take   notice   that   I,   John   I'nwln   ol   I'rince
Kupert li. C, oceupation laborer, intend to apply
lor iiermission to purchase tho lollowina described
lands:
Commencina at a post planted about ['_) two
miles south of tho forks of the White and Flut
rivers, thencc south HO chains, thenco eust 80
chains, Ihence north SO chains, thence wesl 80
chains.
Dated April 18, 1911. JOHN UNWIN
I ub. May 13. Francis S. Preston, Ajenl
Skeena Land District���Disirict ol Cnaslor
Take notice thot I, Alfred Ilcrryman Williams
ol  I'rinco  Kupert,   li.  C, occupation  merchant
in end  to apply lor permission to purchaso the
.^Hewing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about (2) two
miles south ol tho lorks ol the White and Flat
riven, thenco 80 chnins aouth, thenco 80 chuina
weat, thencc 80 chains north, thence 80 chains
cast.
i, , , a rffiW! "EKRVMAN WILLIAMS
Iln cd April 18, 1011. Francis S. Preston, Agont
I'ub. May 13. *
Skeenn Land District -District ol Cnsaiar
I uko notico that I, Charlos Frederick Metcul
ol Stowart, H. C, occupntion Iroighter, Intond to
apply  lor permission to  purchaso tho  following
described landa:
Commencing at a post planled on the right
hank ol the Naas river about six miles above the
lorks of the Naas river, Ihonco south 80 chains,
Ihonco west 80 chains, Ihence north 80 chains,
ence east 80 chains to point ol eommoncoment'
C'tiilnining lilo ncres moro or less.
Dated March 25, 1011, CHARLES F. METCALF
I'ub. May 17.      Frank Sidney Wright, Agent
4w
Skoona Land District -District ol Cassiar
Take notlcc that I,   Ucrtlo   Edwin   Hnilger   ol
Stewart,   1).  Oi,  occupntion   plumber,   inlend   to
apply  (or  permission  to  purchaso  tho  following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about ono mile
north ol tho Nans river and about soven miles
obovo tho forks ol tho Naaa lllver upatrcam,
thonco north 80 chains, thonco east 80 choins,
****** south 80 chains, thonco west 80 chains to
point ol commencement, containing OdO acros
more or loss.
r. .   . ,,     , BEIITIE EDWIN BADGER
n��12&$. '1BU-Kr,nltSWnoy Wrl��ht'���**���
.1UI1EKT O. CREW
Numa Demon. Agent
BkMM Und District-District of Coast Hung
Take notice thtt  I.  Frank  Hick, of Port Ea-
sliiglon,   occupalion   merchant,   intend   to   npply
lor i)ormiK��ion . o purchase the lollowing dracribo.1
'"commencing nt a post planled on tho south
bank ol lho Enchumaiks River and about lour
milos from Ils conlluenee wilh the skeena Itiver,
llience 80 chains wo��l, thence 80 chains norlh,
Ihence 80 chains east, thonco south 80 chains
IS point ol commencement, containing 610 lien's
moro or loss. ���_._,_��� ���,r.t*.
Daied April 21, 1911. FRANK HlCkS
I'ub. April 20.
Skeenu Land District���District of Coast
Take notice lhat William McTaviah ol Vancouver. II   C. occupation physician, inlenila to apply
lor iiermission to purchase tho lollowing descrbed
Commencing at a post planted at the southwes
corner, 40 chains norlh und 40 chalna eaat ol the
northeast comer ot Lot 1110, Harvey's Survey,
Coast District. Range li. thence GO chains eust
thence 60 chuins north, thonce 60 chuins wont,
thence 60 chuina south to post ol commencement
containing 360 acre, more or loss. .._.,���.,,
Dated Muy 2, 1011. WILLIAM A. McTAVlSH
Pub. May 6. Fro.1 W. Uohler, Agont
Skeenu Lund Disirict���Districl ol Coast Range 5
Tuke notice that Leilie McTaviah of Vancouver,
B. C-, occupation married womuti. intenda lo
upply lor permission to purchase the lollowing
described lands:
Commencing at a poat planted at the northwest corner 100 chains easl nnd 20 ehuins north
from the northeast corner ol I.ot 1116, Hnrvey's
Survey, Coust Districl,Range 5,thenee 20 chnini
south, thencc 80 chains east, theneo 80 chains
north, thence 40 chnins west, thence 60 chains
south, thenco 40 chnina wost lo poat ol commencement, containing 400 acres mnre or h��.
Dated Miy 2, 1911. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
Pub. May 6. Fred W. Uohler. Agent
Stikine Und Diatrict- Dlitrict nt Caaaiar
Take notice that Christian A. TVrvo ol Stlkin.
II. C . occupation customs officer. Intends to apply
lor permUsion to purchuse tha lollowing dweribed
iunds:
Commencing at a po-i planted about 18 chains
nnrth west of tbe customs warehouse at Stikine.
11.  C., thence west 20 chains,  ihence south  20
chaina,   thence east  20  chains,   thence  north   20
chains to point of commencement ami -containing
40 acros more nr less.
Dated Feb. 13, 1011.       CHRISTIAN A. TERVO
Pub. Atari 7
Skeena Land District ���Districl ol Coast Range 6
Tuke notice that tiruco McTaviah, ol Vancouver.
II. C. occuiiation married woman, intends lo npply
for permission to purchaaa the following descrilied
lands:
l'ommencing at a post planted at the southwosa
-corner 1H0 chains eust and 20 chains north ol
the northeast corner of Ia,i 1116, Harvey's Survey,
Coast District, Range 5, thence 40 chuina east,
theaee 80 chnina north, thence 40 chaina west,
thence 80 chnins south lo |iost ol commencement
containing 320 acrea moro or less.
Doted May 2, 1911. GRACE McTAVlSH
Pub. Mav 6. Fred W. Uohler. Agenl
Skaena Land District - District of Coast Range B
Take nolice that 1. Lauchlan John Shanahan of
Victoria, H. Om occupation teacher, inlend to
apply for permission to purchase lhe following
described landa:
Commencing at a post planted ' chains south
Irom the southeast corner of Lol 3000, thence 40
chains south, thenco 10 chains west, thence 40
cliains north, thenco 40 chains east to point ol
commencement, containing 160 acres more or less.
LAUCHLAN JOHN SHANAHAN
Dated April 17,1911.
Pub. May 6.
Skeena Und District ���District ol Cawlar
Take notice that I, John L. Mitchell ol I'rince
Rupert, II. C, occupation bookkeeper, intond to
apply  lor permission  to   purchaso  tho  tollowing
described landa:
Cummencing at a post planted about (G) five
miles south and (11 one mile west of tho forks of
the White and Flat rivers, thence nnrth 80 chaina
Ihence east 80 chains, tbence soulh 80 chains,
thonco west 80 chnins.
Duted April 18, 1911. JOHN L. MITCHELL
Pub. May 13. Francia S. Preston, Agent
Skoena Und District���Diatrict ol Caasiar
Tako notico that   William  Frederick  Cameron
ol  Princo Rupert,  H.  C,  occupaliun  carpenter,
ntends to opply lor permission to purchsae the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about three
milea iouth of the forks ol the White and Flat
rivers, thenco south 80 chaini, thonco west 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, Ihence east 80
cbalna.
WILLIAM  FREDERICK CAMERON
Dated April 18, 1911.
I'ub. Mny 13. Francis S. Preiton, Agent
Skeena Und Dlitrict���Diatrict of Coait Range T,
Take notico that Mri. L. C. Putnam ol St
Paul, Minnesota, occupation married woman
intendi to apply lor permission to purchase tho
(ollowing deacribed lands:
Commencing att post planted at the southwest
corner of 1/it No. 1733 marked Mn. L. C. Putnam's
northeast eorner, thenco west 40 chains, thunce
south 80 chaini thence east 40 chains, thence
north 80 chaini to post ol commencement, con
mining 320 acres more or less.
Doted March 20 1911. MRS. L. C. PUTNAM
Pub. April 16. Geo. R. Putnam  Agon
Skeena Land Diatrict���District ol Casslor
Tako notico that I, Alfred Kyte of Prince Rupert,   II.   C.,   occupation   electrician,   intend   to
apply  for permission  to  purchase  the  [ollowing
doscribed landa:
Commencing at a post planteil about (3) three
miles ooutb ol the lorks ol the White and Flut
riven, thence 80 chains south, thence 80 chnins
east,  thence 80 chaini  north, thence  80 chalna
Dated April 18, 1911. ALFRED KYTE
Pub. May 13. Francis S. Preaton. Agent
Skeena Und Diatrict���Dlalrict ol Caasiar
Tako notice that  1, Swan  Hallen oC- Stewart,
B.   C,   occupation   carpenter,   intend   to   apply
for permlulon to purchase tho following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted about (6) milos
south and onefl) mile west ol the forks of the White
and Flat rlvon, thonce 80 chaini south, thonco 80
chains eait, thence 80 chalna north, thonco 80
cbains west.
Dated April 18, 1911. SWAN HALLEN
Pub. May 13. Francia S. l'roston, Agont
Skeena Und Disirict���Dlitrict ot Oast Range 5
Take notice that Eldon S. Dotwilor of Merlin
Ont.' occupation doctor, Intends to apply for
pormisiion to purchaae tho tollowing UNribM
lands:
Commoncing at a post plantod nt the south,
west corner of l/>i 1028, thonce east 30 cliuins
more or less, ihence nouth 4f> choins mure or less
thenco weat 30 chaini moro or loss, thonco nortli
4G chains more or lesa to point ol commencement
containing 140 acrei moro or loss.
Dated March 81, 1911 ELDON S. DETWILER
Pub. April 16- John Campbell. Agont
Skeena Land District���District ol Coast Range .
Tako nolice that Alexander Mcintosh nl Van
couver, II C. occupation reol esloto broker
In ends to apply lor permission lo purchue the
following described londo:
Commencing at a post planted 40 chains aoulh
Irom tho aouthweat corner ol Lot 00V tin nro Mil
chu ns south, thence 40 chains woat, thence so
chalna north, thonce 40 chalna east to point ol i
D=Tper,ST7t,Cl��9,il,;",,nB "2�� "Cm mm�� r���
Pub. May 6 "MANDBR MoINTOSH
Dated Aprils, 1011.    WILLIAM JOHN I lilll IV
I'ub. April 20. "'"'*���'
Skoonu Lund District -District of Quwn I'll ri(lL.���
lulunals
Tuko notico thut Gourgai \V. Arnnu ul **__._.
Ru|htI, H. C, occuiiation roul esim,, i,,,,^,,.
Intond* to apply for |H)rmi*��iiin lu purcliuse u,,',
billowing do-icrihi!.! laml*:
Cnmmoncitig ul n po.it pluol.-.l Kbom . .,
milo* ntul oni'-liulf milo vve.l uui| one aim, ,,',,)
Irom thu mouth ol Sluiily Crook, Nabau || , ,' l
tlnanco WMt BO ciuunai, Ihuiloa' HuntI, mi ehalns'
thenc aJiiat HO chuins, thence nurlli .so ei,,.! ,,
Dnteil Murch 17, 1011. GEO. W. AK\ii| a
I'ub. April 22. Numu DtRMn, Agenl
Const Range (t Lnnd  District
Take   notice   thai   1,   John   llopbuni   i,(   Kit.
siiinkultim,   occupation   dinner,   intend   iu  niai.l ���
lur permission tu purchusu lho luliuwng U-OKrloed
luii'ia:
Commencing ut u pust plullliil ul thu nurllni
cornor of Lot 3083, thencu east 211 chain., thanco
south  -10 chuins,  thunco west 20 ahlni, Lha
north 40 chuins to pluco ol commoncomcnl
Duled Murch 18, 1011. JOHN  Hi
Pub April 16.
Skoonu Und District ���Dlstricl ol Coust Itinn B
Tuku notico ihul Honry Mucurtnoy nl 1'n'u,.
Ruporl, 11. 0., uccupuliun miner, inteml* lu uianlv
fur permission tu purchaso tho lollowing tmmatn
lumis:
Commoncing ut a post planted on the south
aido ol Escliumsiks River, about 2 1-2 mill's (rami
its eunlluencu wilh lho Skoona River .mi uhuui
1-2 milos west Irom Exchumsik* rupiah, I h.-ti-cu -hO
chaim  nurth,  thunco -10 chuins oust, thutot tu
chuins south, thonco 40 chain* west lo i ,i ���
coiniuoncuiiiunl,   cuiitiiiniug   320   ucnu   mure or
li-*-.    Pust inurkod "II.M. S.W. cor."
Dutod April 22, 1911.      HENRY  MACARTNEY
Pub. AprU 29.
Skeona Und Diatrict���DUtrict of Cassiar
Tako notice that  I.  Mary Carin ol  Stewart,
B. C.t uccupaliuu married soman, intend lo uiiialy
(or iieriuiailon lu purchaao tbo fullowing desrrilaad
land:
Commencing at a post plunted two (2) mila.,
south und (2) two milui west ol tho furks ul Hi.
Wbito und Flat rlvon, tbence 80 chuina norlh,
thonco 80 chains west, thenco 80 chain* south'
thencu 80 chains eait.
DaUid April 20. 1911. MARY CARIN
Pub. May 13. Francis -S. Preston, Ag. ,.t
Skeena Und District ���District uf Queen Charlotte
Taku notice Ihut Catherine Hurnson, of Calgary
Alberta, occupatiun spinster, llitunds to apply,
lor tiermisalun tu purchaso the lulluwing ilcscrilMsl
landi:
Commencing at a post planted abuut ii 14
miles west and hull a milo south Irom the am,utii
ol Stanley Creek, where it empties u.tu NjI,ji
Harbor, Graham Island, tbence 40 chains south
thence 40 chains east, thonce 40 chain, mirth,
ibouoa 40 chaini west lo point ot colnin.'licetnci.t
and containing 160 acres moro or loss.
Dai.'.! March 17, 1911.
CATHERINE HARRISON
Pub Apr. 7. Numa Dotucr*. Ap,,t
Skeena Und District -District of Csssiar
Tuke notico ihul 1, Alice M. Knousc ul I'rince
Rupert, 11. C, occupatiun married wuniBi,i':>   i
tu apply fur mrrinuajiiun tu purchase thnuQBirlal
described lands:
Cummencing at a posl planted abuut twu mika
south and two miles weal ol the lurks ul Wlutr
und Flut riven, llience nurth 80 chains, lli��-tire
east 80 chuins, thctico south 80 chains, llu'ucv
wtat 80 chains.
Duted April 20, 1911. ALICE M. KNill QI
I-ub. May 13. Francia S. Pruslun. kpm
Skeena Und District���Disirict ul Cuusl Rl
Take not ce thut 1, John I.an lvier-suf Prince
Ruperl, It. C. occupat on clerk. Intend tu inth
for permission to purchase the lolluwing describ-wl
ands:
Commencing at a post planted about three sn
aaia,- i...iI miles distant n a south westerly d reel en
Irom a blind slough from Observatury Inlet *__*
the eamo touches tho Indian Re a--..
w jst 80 chains, thenco nunh 80 chains, llience
east 80 ��hains, tbence aouth 80 chains to paaiai o
commeneement, containing 610 acres more er la-.w
Dated April 11, 1911. JOHN IVAN PRTBR1
Pub. May 13.
Stikine Und District���Dstrict ol Cassiar
Take nolice that Sydney Hodgkinson aal Telegraph Crock. 11. C., occupation clerk, u.ia ���-1. lu
apply  for  permission  to purchase the lulloaing
described land:
Commencing at a post planted aboul a MMtfl
mile north eaat from Glacier llillle unal un ti.e I Ml
liank ol Stikino River, tboncu east 20 choins
thenco north 40 chains, thenco west 20 clasirj
thence south 40 chains lo point ol conimencvnitnai
and containing 80 acres more or loss.
Dated Feb. 11, 1911.
SYDNEY HODOUMON
Pub. April 7. CA. Tervo, Agent
Stikine Und District���District ol Cassiar
Take notice thai Chriatian A. Tervo of Slikine.
B C, occupation customs ollict-r. inlemls lo sp|-!>
for permission to purchase the following dcrm-el
land' .
Commencins al a post planted about three-
quarters ol a mite north east trom Glocier Kt.1V
and on the easl bank til Slikine River anai on the
south side ol the mouth ol a Utile creek. Ihence
eaat 40 chains, Ihcnco north 40 chains, nut-"
wosl 40 chains, thonce aouth 40 chains lo ;��� W
ol commencement and cuntaining 160 acres more
or lees.
Dated Fob. 10, 1911.     CHRISTIAN A.  1'tlUO
Puli. April 7.
Skeena Und District -Dlitrict ol Uucon ChorlotU
Islands , .,
Tako notice that J. II. .\lurphy.uf VUMMnf,
B.  C, occupation commercial traveller, inta-rel.
to apply (or [lermlosion to purchase the following
ila   'l-Ill'a .1    Llll'! -
Commencing at a post planteil about .evei
milm wost and one mile south Irom tha' miull
of Stanly Creek, Naden Harbor, ihonco norm ���">
chuins, ihence weat 40 chains, thonco south *f
chains, thenco east'10 c Ina.
Dated March 17, 1911. J.|H. Ml III 111
Pub. April 22. Numa Demon, Agent
Skeenn Und Disirict���District ol i
Take   nolice  thni   I.   William   Melvil!.-  '
of   Toronto,   Ontario,   occupation   clerl.,
lo apply lur iiermission lo purchase the following
descrilMtl lunds:
Commencing at a (lost plantetl al tho nortli*'-'
c imer aal Lul 30>.'i llu.ig f,, Coast Districl. llaa---
tost 60 chains, Ihence noith 10 chains, lha -nr.- aa' -
'.II chuina lu Hell's Gate slough, Ihvnce *****
slough southerly to point ol eommeneement, containing 160 acres moro or less.
Dated April 6, 1911.	
(VILLIAM    MELVILLE COlll.M
Pub. April 29.
Skeena Und Districl -District ul Coast _*
Take   notice   that   I,   Chnrles   A.   \auglian ei
Prinee Rupert, II. ft. occupation merchaii-
to npply fur permisaion to purchase the loBOWWI
iltv-criiiod lunda: , .
Commencing nt n post  planted on the *���
bank ul Excliiimslka lllver and nboul tour   '���
from Ila conlluenee with lhe Skeeno River, l'*'"'
Hll chains cimi, thence 80 chaino north, thenc
chains WOot, thenct* HO chnins south to pun. '
commencement, containing 610 ncres more or '""���
Dttad April 21, 1911    CHARLES A. \AtGlU*
Pub. April 29.
Skoonu Land District-District of Const
Tnke nutice that I. Mrs. John Corley Of I rince
Rupert. B.C..occupation married woman, jot'"",
lu npply for permission tu purchase the followina
desrrilieil lumis: . ,
Commencing nt a post plnnted   II) chnin- ��� J
0I..11211 chnins suuth from the southwest cnu I ' '
lol I7:,:l, Coast District. Ranire 6. thence suuin
chnina,  thenco east 40 chains,  thenco n.ailli
chnins, thence west 40 chnins inure or less to
point  uf  ciimmenceinent, containing 3*1 ��cr���
more or leaa.  ... ....
MRS. JOHN (Lottie) COHLE1
Date Mar. 2(1, lull
Pub. Apr. 4. IUll
LAND  LEASE  NOTICK
Skeona Und Dlitrlct-Dlitrlct of toas
Take notico that William Munford l�� J_���Z
Rupert,   11.   ft,   occupation   prospector    mt""'"
to  apply   lor   Iiermission  to  leaoo  tho  H'lowii'o
described lands: ,  ��� ,
Commencing nt a post planted about 100 ena"
south of the Indian Reeervo on tho east slili "'
Goose llsy nnd on tho eost side of tho penu.-�� ��
thenco south HO chains along ihore, Ihenre *****
40 chnins tn G11030 Boy, thenco north along anon
80 chnins, thenee wnt 40 chalna moro or II "
post, contuining 320 nerei moro or less. ..,,1,1,
Dutod March 8, 1911. WILLIAM MUNKIUO
I'ul). April 16.
_ Skeena Land Diatrict���District ol Cooat
lnko  nolice thnt  Hume  Bablngton ol  inn-
Rupert  11. ft, occupation muter mariner, inieno.
to  apply  lor  pcrmlaolon  to  leoito  tho lOUOWiw
described lnnds: ,  1.,
Commencing at a post plantetl about IM WJ"?
south of tho Indian Rtstorvo on tho cast anlc "
Goose Hny on tho caataldo of tho IVnlnaula It"1"
nurth 100 chains nlong shoro tu thc    _*****'���
thenco west 60 chaino more or Ion to 00011  '��. '
thonco  100  chains  along ihore,   thonco en-'
chnins mure or Ion to poit, containing *** "���'
more or less. .�����a���M
Doted March 8, 1911. HUME BABINGTO.-n
Pub. April 16. THE   DAILY    NEWS
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(CROWN GRANTED)
Section 9
Township 1
Range 4
NECHACO VALLEY
PRICE:   $15.00 PER ACRE, EASY   TERMS
This is un excellent section antl waa one of tlie first to be
staked in the Valley.
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers and Financial Agents, Prince Rupert
COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF HOUSEHOLD
LINENS DIRECT FROM THE LOOMS	
$150
Knur Fine Double Damask Clotlis, 2 by
2 1-2 yarda (liund woven)
Twu Kuu- Double 1 lama-k Cloths, 2 1-2
by 3 yanls tliaiul woven)
Um- Kine Double Dumusk Cloth,   2   1-2
ky 3 1-2 yards (hand woven)
iwui'iii/.. tine Double Dumask Napkins,
���_-, by 27 in. (hand woven)
Twelve Dumask Fish or 1'astry Napkins
M\ Dumask Carving Napkins or  Tray
Cloths.
Two Damask   (or hemstitched  Linen)
Sideboard Cloths.
Three Kitchen Table Cloths, 2 by 2 yds.
Two dilhlng up Cloths, 1 1-4 by yds.
Three  pair   line   Linen   Sheeels,   for
double bed, 2 3-4 by 3 1-2 yards.
4 pair Inn Linen Sheets, for single bed,
2 by 3 1-2 yards.
2 Kuu- Linen i'illow Covers.
1 pair  Servants'   Cotton    Sheets,    2
���>     by 3 yards.
8 Servants' Cotton Pillow Covers.
12 Linen Huckaback Bedroom Towels.
Une dozen Linen Diaper Bedroom Towels (hemstitched)
ti pair Servants' Cotton Sheets, 2
by 3 yards.
Nine Strong Linen Bedroom Towels
(Servants')
6 Large White Turkish Bath Towels.
Nine Housemaids' (Basin) Cloths.
Une dozen Strong kitchen Rubbers.
Six Linen Roller Towels.
Three Pudding Cloths.
Six Knife Cloths.
Two Hearthrug Covers.
1 dozen Sponge Cloths, for Lumps.
2 Large White Turkish Bath Sheets.
Une dozen Glass Cloths.
Une dozen Tea and China Cloths.
Une dozen Check Linen Dusters.
Une dozen Soft Polishing Dusters.
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LAND PURCHASE NUTICE
1 BMI Land District -District of Skeena
Take notice that I, I'aul Brendlcr, of
lorthiT Island, occupation farmer, in-
��� nil to apply for permission to lease
".' lulluwing foreshore: Commencing
f* J POtt planted about 12 feet from the
oi'ation |H)st of lot 1301 on Porcher Is-
land, thanea in a southerly direction
���wowing ingi, water mark 1200 fett.
���'' "' west to low wuter mark; thence
'.���"'.ii'-rly following low water mark
���- ' I'd; thence east to |>oint of com-
mtneement,
PAUL BKENDLER.
Dutiil Murch 7, l'Jll.
rirst insertion March 11
haa Un) OtMm-ptmmm oi co��t Kan��� v
���Phi i,�� _S___S_t'��*l '""oyor,  Intend, to
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BUILDINGS FOR
MONTH $25,000
This Week's Permits Represent
Value of $8,100
At the entl of this week new
building! to the value of $8,100
lire under construction, permits
for that amount of work having
been issued by Building Inspector
Melnnis. For tlie month ending
May 31st the building Inspector
reports that the building permits
issued covered work to the value
of 126,100, This week's permits
tre as follows:
Piter Piomba, L. 23, B. 15. S.5,
corner Kulton and Sixth streets,
24 x 40 two-storey boarding house,
cost 81,000.
Henry Conant, residence L.8,
B. 35, S. 5., Eighth avenue, 22 x 20
one-Storey seven rooms, cost $080.
McCafferydk Gibbons, alteration
and additions to oflice I.. 9, B. 33,
S. 1., Third avenue, cost $1,000.
K. Harrison, L. 17318, B. 8, S. 1,
Ninth street, residence, cost $2,000.
Alfred Carss, residence. L. 1.
and 2, B. 15, S. 5, Sixth avenue and
Taylor street, cost 18,500.
aTiJSJ*1*! limit;
, !*S ��' �� l'">i Pl.nted ���t . ,
."te,<" timber limit 'l_.
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Snonencemont m��ro " lus" '�� 'ho point ol
W, Mtmh 25.  m' JACK DEDFOIID
STOKES'
ICE CREAM
is the purest antl best miule in Soatttlc.
This cream is useil solely in
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
Second Ave. next to Optimist old office
TRY IT
Fruit and Candy, wholesale  and  retail
Sam Gowen, Prop.     Phone 350
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| = THE COSY CORNER =
DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY   TO  THE  INTERESTS  OP   WOMEN
Thia is 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 ladlea of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discuuionB. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a Bocial need.
CHARMING SUMMER
BLOUSE
Above cut suggests a charming
design for a blouse w hich may he
carried out in hand embroidery
or one of the lovely liordurt materials so popular this season.
If the latter is selected it is readily
and easily put together, as the
kimono patterns are very simple.
If hand embroidery is decided
upon, much more time will lie
required, but the result will amply
repay one's time and work. Splendid ideas on these lines may be
obtained as to combinations of
colors and patterns by examining
the numberless models displayed
in the shops. In this ease the
bodice was blue chiffon embroidered in a wonderful combination
of bright colors, including black
beads.
BRIDGE TEA A SUCCESS
Large  Number Attended Pleasant Entertainment Arranged
by Mrs. G. R. Naden.
A very pretty social event of
this week was the Bridge Tea on
Thursday given by Mrs. (i. R.
Naden. The rooms were gaily
decorated with flags and roses
in honor of the coronation month
and presented a gala appearance.
The hostess received iu a soft
white mull gown, and was assisted
by Miss DuVernet, Miss MacDonald, Miss Martin and Mi.ss
t'raig. Mrs. Christie was the
winner of the star pti/.e, a hand
some crown-shaped brooch of amethysts and pearls. A lovely coronation spoon went to Mrs. Brandt
as second prize, ami a dainty
spoon-shaped pin went t" Mrs.
McNeill who made the smallest
score. The following is a list of
the players: Mrs. Christie, Mrs.
Spain, Mrs. Angus Stewart, Mrs.
D. G. Stewart, Mrs. Lamont, Mrs.
F. G. Dawson, Mrs. P. W. Anderson, Mrs. A. M. Manson, Mrs.
Reddie, Mrs. D. MacLeod, Mrs.
Tremayne, Mrs. Cade, Mrs. McNeill, Mrs. Burritt, Mrs. Palmer,
Mrs. Ward. Mrs. Mortimer, Mrs.
11. L. Johnston, Mrs. V. W.
Smith, Mrs. fi. A. Sweet, Mrs.
Helmers, Mrs. Pillsbury, Mrs. Sawle, Mrs. Mclntyre, Mrs. Bondeaux,
Mrs. I.ockhart, Mrs. Morris, Mrs.
Brandt, Mrs. Craig, Mrs. Borrows, Mrs. Wark, Mrs. Nelson,
Mrs. Arnold, Mrs. Hayes, Mrs.
McMaster, Mrs. Patmore. Those
coming in to tea were: Mrs.
Bullock-Webster, Mrs. Cowper,
Mrs. Holtby, Mrs. Bennett. Mrs.
Williams, Mrs. McRae, Mrs. James, Mrs. F. McB. Young, Miss
DesBarres, Miss Easson, Mrs. McClymont, Mrs. Kergin. Mrs. Kirkpatrick, Mrs. Mobley, Mrs. Roberson, Mrs. Law, Mrs. Fisher.
Mrs. Benson, Mrs. Eggert, Mrs.
Bcckwith.
Mr. and Mrs. Jolm Piercy have
leased a furnished house on Fulton
street and will occupy it during
the summer months.
Miss Mebius i- spending ;i few
days as the guesl of Mrs. Perry at
Metlakatla.
Mrs. Manson entertained a few
ladies very Informally al the tea
hour on Wednesday afternoon.
DODGES OF THE
CLEVER GIRL
How   She   Made   a   Wardrobe
Trunk
Every girl who has seen a wardrobe thrtink instantly appreciates
the advantage of having one of
them, but as such pieces nf luggage
are so expensive as to be beyond
the reach of most of their admirers
the best course is to try to provide
a substitute with the aid of an
ordinary trunk and the exercise
of some ingenuity.
One girl partially solved this
difficulty by having the tray of
her square trunk cut in half and
one section of it nailed permanently in position after dividing it
into compartments for lingerie and
shoes. The space below the tray
was then equipped with three hat
holders tacked against the sitle
of the trunk, and into thc adjoining lloor space was fitted a
large flat box with a hasp fastening,
which was divided to hold handkerchiefs, gloves, veils and neckwear.
The half of the trunk lid which
did not collide with the remaining
portion of the divided tray was
then equipped with hooks for a
dozen garments hanger antl made
a satisfactory wardrobe for gowns
and frocks of thin or medium
weight texture, as they did not
crowtl one another unduly.
MADE HERSELF
ONION QUEEN
Money Making Enterprise of a
Texas Widow
Mrs. Edward C. Dodd, of Laredo, who is known as the "onion
queen'.' will receive 1100,000 for
her crop of 225 acres this year
In her young womanhood Mrs
Dodd was a school teacher at
Tyler, Tex. Some years after her
marriage with E. C. Dodd the
husband died. He left her a
tract of land bordering on the Rio
Grande near Laredo.   In addition
to being covered with cactus and
mesquitc, this I,md carried a heavy
load of mortgages. At this time
it was thought to be fit only for
grazing land for goats.
Mrs. Dodtl, however, concluded
lo improve it lor an onion farm,
and with the determination of a
woman who means to succeed, she
set about having it cleared antl
put under cultivation, Her success has been most remarkable
and for the last three or four
years she has been a leader in the
production of onions ill thc great
onion bell of   Texas.    On account
Robin Hood
The Great Flour
Greater Canada
Your Dealer Has It
To Lease
Lots
Hlock
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G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
Second Ave., Prince Rupert, B.C.
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The Digby Rooms
Located on Sixth Ave., nesr  Fulton
Three to live minuted from centre of buninet-iR district. Nino-
teen newly furnlnhed rooms.
Hot nnd culd wnter, hnth and
telephone. Newly furnished*
Under new mnnntcetnent.
-      INVITED
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tFRED. STORK
-General Hardware
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-YOU GET���
What You Ask For
If we have it in Fruit and
Groccrieii, and we hnve it
almost unfailingly.   :   :   :
Have You Eaten Cherry Pie This Season ?
We have the Cherries and
everything elge to make
the  pie.     :     :     :     :     :
YOU GET GOOD GROCERIES   AND    FRUIT
��� AT
Ideal Provision House
Third Ave., near Sixth St.    I'hone 190
Builders' Hardware
Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves
Granitt-ware       Tinware
SECOND - AVENUE
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" OPTICAL GOODS
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We have a complete line of
Lenses, Field Glasses. Mineral Glasses, Compasses
and   Anerord   Barometers.
* R. W. Cameron & Co.
Official Watch Inspectors
for the G.T.R
Cor. Gth St. and Second Avenue.
PHONE 82
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is her custom to take personal
supervision of the farm and tlirci-i
it in every detail, looking after
shipments and keeping posted in
markets as carefully as the more
successful men in that locality.
She is reckoned among the most
successful women in Texas.
GOOD  CLEANING   METHOD
Whiting Brightens Mirrors and
Plate Glass
To clean windows nnd mirrors
tie up some finely |��)wderetl whit-
inn *���* '���* small piece "f muslin antl
dab it over the n'-lss thoroughly.
The dirtier the glass is the more
whiting it will take up. Now
smear it smoothly with a damp
rag and when perfectly dry nil)
it oft with a lather. If alcohol is
iisetl instead of water the whiting
will dry in much less time and the
glass receive a higher polish. The
corners of the panes should receive
particular attention. They are
often left dirty, spoiling the whole
appearance of the window.
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ITEMS  OF . . I
jSPORTj
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of her success and the great crops
produced she has become known
in all the centres of this country
as the "Bermuda Onion Queen."
It is said of her that few men
engaged in the business know
more about the production of
Bermuda   onions   than   she.     It
SUNDAY EVENING ADDRESS
Rev. F. W. Kerr to Give Third
Address on Socialism in Empress Theatre.
At thc regular Presbyterian services tomorrow, the subject for the
evening sermon is "The Personal
Side of Socialism."   Rev. F. W,
Kerr  has already  given   two  sermons,   dealing   with   the   essence,
the methods and achievements of
Socialism. Tomorrow evening lii-
will speak of its effects on character, its business code, and its
attitude to religion. The melting
begins at 7.80 p.m., and everybody is cordially welcome.
Ted Sullivan, SCOUt for the Chicago White Sox, has been spending
a    few    days    looking    over    the
Brandon players.   11 is understood
he   look   considerable   liking   to
Marshall,   the   giant   Soth   I'aw
secured by Brandon a short  lime
ago,
+ + +
M.itI  Wells,   the  English  lightweight  championi   will   return   lo
New Vork lo look over the field
nf aspiring champions. He expects
to try out some of the New Yock
lightweights in six round bouts
and thru go West for sessions
with any of the near champions
who ean be persuaded to meet him.
+ + +
The Genevieve, the new yacht
to Hy the colors of the Everett
club, wns safely launched precisely at 12 o'clock last night. The
launching was performed without
the slightest hitch. The ceremony
was witnessed by fifty interested
yachtsmen. The fine craft was
christened by Genevieve McAdain,
daughter of the designer and part
owner of the racer.
+ + +
"Jack" McKenzie and "Bert"
Green of the Tecumsehs, are two
players who were let go by the
Torontos. They are two of the
mainstays of the Indian defence,
and would like nothing better than
to take a fall out of Toronto today.
+ + +
The Shamrock defence will be
one of the strongest in the league
with Muir, Barry, Kavenagh, Dillon, MclIwaine antl Rockford, and
it will take some .sensational
playing on tht part of the opposing
homes to beat them out.
��� + +
A world's record of 141 feet 4
H-S inches for throwing the discus
w.is established last week by Martin J. Sheridan, of tlie Irish-
American Athletic club at Celtic
park. The previous record was I
set by him two years ago at 139
feet 10 1-2 inches.
+ + +
Tim O'Rourke has been representing the Chicago White Sox
in thc negotiations for Pitcher
Thomas. Victoria wanted as high
as &KM) cash for u first payment,
but it is safe to sty that Chicago
will not come through with any
such amount. Thomas is a promising youngster, but he has a lot
to learn before he is in the same
class with others who have had
trouble holding their jobs in the
big brush.
��� ������
A well-known old country Rugby
football player has just arrived
in the West in the person of Mr.
J. H. Caddell, the inside half who
partnered Saint, who played for
the North of England fifteen last
year,   Mr. "Caddell, who is only
20 years of age, is a native of
Carlisle and played as a member
of the Cumberland County fool-
ball team.
+ ��� +
The days of Long John Kading
as first sicker of the Giants apparently are numbered,  Presidenl
Dugdalc of the Seattle Club announces lhal he has a ileal on with
Judge McCredic for the purchase
of Ceorge Ort, the speedy young
fellow who is now playing in the
outfield for the Portland Nicks.
Dugdalc was after Ort last year
for first base to succeed lei-
Magee, but failed to land him.
With Williams on first base then-
is no place on the Portland team
for Ort, where he shines the
brightest���at first base. Failing
to get Ort, Dugdalc may connect
with Julie Strieb of Vancouver
who has been forced oil first bate
by Brashear. Manager Tight' also
is dickering for another pitcher.
Double Weekly Service
S.S. PRINCE RUPERT and S.S. PRINCE GEORGE
For Stewart, Sundays,  8.00 a.m.
mm
\*mm
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Mondays and Fridays at 8 a.m.
������. Prince Albert sails fnr Port   Simp
Hon, Nuas Rlvar Points, Musset,
Niuli'ii Harbor,   every   Weilnon-
tlay, 1.00 p.m.
nml f'>r:
Kefuge Hay,   Skidegato,   Queen
Chariotte city, Lockeport, Pa-
nili, .loilwav,   lkeilu Hay,   Koae
Harbor anil return via Quesn
Charlotte City every Saturday,
1.00 p.m.
The  Grand Trunk Railway Syitem
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent and convenient service of luxurious trHins over its
iloulile  track  route  between  Chicago,
Toronto. Montreal, Quebec,   Halifax,
Portland, Huston, New York and Philadelphia.   Information ami tickets ob-
tainable from the office hereunder mentioned.   Trans-Atlantic bookings by all
lines arranged.
A. E. McMASTER
FKEKiHT ANU PASSENGER AGENT
Canadian Pacific Railway
B.C. Coast Service
Famous  Princess
m
Line
s.s. Princess May
-��atU for-
Vaiiu-outri. Viclurii   ind   Seattle
Friday, June 2nd at 9 a.m.
, G. McNab - General Agent
Coast to Coast
OCEAN TO OCEAN
Tickets   To   All   Points
ROGERS' Steamship and
Railway Agency
Second Ave.        Phone 116
S.S.  INLANDER
...FOR...
HAZELTON
SATURDAY, JUNE 3rd
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester   -    Agent
W. U BARKER
Architect
Second avenje and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
MUNRO   &   LA1LEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:- AUOllORS
I.aw-Butler Building      Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 351
ALFRED t'AKSS, C. V. BENNETT, B.A.
or Brltloh Columbia of IIC Ontario. Saa-
an<l Manllotm ilara. katrhtwan   and  Al-
I- -1 a liars.
CARSS A B.ENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
OfflaM'-Ea,rhnn,n�� hlrx-k. wiwt Thinl avpnu* and
Sixth ("liT-eL Princ* Rupert. 8
WM. S. HALL, L. D. S., U. U.S.
Dentist.
Crowr. and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All denial .i-. ..i*.,:,. skilfully trrat-rd. Gnu and
local nnantipllci. administer.-,! for the painless extraction of t��eth. Consullatia.n tr���*. Offlees:
lleiiterson Hlock. Pnnce Rupert. H-12
Alex.M.Msnson B.A..     W.E. Wllllams.B.A.. L.L.D*
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
P. o. BOX 2S
PRINCE RUPERT
Baptist Church Sunday
Rev. Warren H. McLeod will
conduct services at the Baptist
Church tomorrow at 11 a.m. and
7.30 p.m.  Bible School and Bro��
thrrhood   Baraca   (lass   at   2.80
p.m.   "The Awakening of Non-llix.u   ���u:\-\-.y
Cliristi.ui   Nations,"   will   bc   thej
subject nf Rev. Mcl.tod's evening|
���ermon. You arc cordially invited to attend these services-
Mr. John I.. Davey, organist and
choirmaster.   Church situated near
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
rum. nr wm. roxim, rj��j., a h a.m ."min.. bnh
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AN�� REPORTS
PRINCE RUPERT
Fruit   :   Produce   :
WHOLESALE
Feed
comer of Sixth and Fraser streets. H. H. Morton    -    3rd Ave. THE    DArflLY   NEWS
JOLTED OVER GRADE WITH FRACTURED LEG Classified
TRAIT WRECK
NEAR DETROIT
Five Cars Catch Fire nnd Many
Passengers Perish in the
Wreck.
Harry O'Neill Seriously Injured by Fall of Rock on Contractor Watson's Cut���
With Smashed Bone and Lacerated Flesh Unfortunate Man
is Hauled to the Hospital in Rig
By the fall of a heavy mass of
rock   Hairy   O'Neill   had   liis   leu
badly fractured on Thursday night.
The accident happened at about
8.'Iii   [i.ni.  on  Watson's contract,
Second avenue, beyond Lynch's
store. The injury is a compound
fracture caused by the jagged
edges of tlie mass of rock crushing
the leg.   Dr. Cade was summoned central lliMn,t "f ��� dty when
Detroit, June 3.���Minneapolis,
St. Paul and Sault Ste. Marie passenger traiii north-hound was wrecked at midnight near here. Five
cars are burning, while several
passengers are killed and main-
injured.
As the telegraph wires are reported down details of the tlisaster
arc very meagre.
PAPER HAS TO PAY
Montreal Star Got Stung Over
Crippen Case
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London, June 3.���The Montreal
Star has apologized to Inspector
Drew for statements made in
connection with 'he Crippen case.
The paper paid costs and $3,001)
and the case has been dropped.
WALKER WINS
AT WINNIPEG
Vancouver Wrestler Walks Over
McDonald
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vano uiver, June 3.���(ieorge Walker thc local wrestler, won the
final contest at Winnipeg tonight
against McDonald of Kingston,
in the elimination bouts for tin-
Festival of Empire games. Walker will sail for Kngland in June
10th and participate in thc games
on June 20th.
a lumber wagon" is Dr, Cade's
opinion of the rig Bystem of
ambulance in vogue in Prince
Rupert. "There really ought to
be a proper ambulance provided
without delay," he remarked Inst
night. "Why there wasn't even
a hand stretcher available in the
and responded promptly. He hatl
tin- injured man conveyed to the
General Hospital, O'Neill is making good progress toward recovery
today.
Hauled  in   Rig
While the injury was serious
enough from the first, it can safely
be judged that a compound fracture was not anyway improved
by the jolting of the ordinary
rig used to convey the patient
to the Hospital. From Watson's
cut to tlie Hospital is a lung
stretch, and part <if the way is
extremely rough. Every lurch
of the conveyance must have
hurt O'Neill pretty badly.
Like a Lumber Wagon
"N'o better for a hurt man than
this accident happened."
Dr. Cade was glatl to be. able to
say that the fracture had not been
converted from a simple one tn
a compound by the jolting nf the
rig. The injury was a compound
fracture from the fust, but it
is by no means au unheard of
thing fur a simple fracture to bc
jolted into the more serious form
by a rough and ready conveyance.
Fxeept as far as speed is concerned even a hand or wheel
stretcher is safer and more comfortable for an injured man than
a rig. Hut it is very doubtful
if one man in a hundred in town,
knows where to find any sort of
stretcher at a moment's notice.
There is no recognised place for
keeping one.
-  Advertisements
cut columns
on oom-
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in ilutWmodsrn convenience In reach of.everyone,the News will reduce
'" '"   Clll.9"'u;  ��� , wordper insertion.    Minimum charge of 25 cents.
Column  for  today.     Watch   it   grow.
ii,,      i- ,i    i     . ,i    , ���,l,.rn npwsoanerVives the public is in the classified advcrtiscim
^&XSftffX *��[��? Ltllord andtenant'and 8-h08t��of ot - ---
mon ground.
rate to  a nominal price or a cent
Here  is  our  Classified   Advertising
LADIES'
HAND BAGS
-k���
We have just received a
shipment of the newest
styles and latest designs
in ladies' Velvet and leather Hand Bags. We especially invite you to call
and let us show you our
new  goods	
~~l(~'~
C. B. WARK
Jeweller
U
Lost and Found
KOUND-Euroko Cleaning oral Pressing Company. Men's suits {'leaned and pressed 11,00,
l.utl'ii'H' suits pressed anti cleaned. Ury elean-
Ing a specialty. Room 13 Westenhaver Hlnck.
phoM red DO, 121-1-17
POUND���Kl'g'tlt roomi! newly furnished. The
llulkley Hlock. lith Ave., near Fulton.    10ll-lm
i :
For Rent
Neatly Furnished Roomi;  (fflntlemen  preferred.
Apply Mri. Mullin, over Majestic Theatre.
119-lm
Cony furnished rooms* Mn. Bower, Somerset
Rooms, Third Avenue, between Seventh and
Eighth. 117-tf
Nire Furnished Roomi. Apply Mrs. Kirby, Alder
Blocki uplt&lM entrance, Third Ave,       117-124
Several good 5 nnd ti room houies with bath, |86
iter month.   O.  M.   Helgerson,  Limited,   phone
%. :in-tf
'-room house on Ambrose Ave., partly fur"
riyonnn
110-llti
New
nished.rent $25.     Apply on premises or Box BT4.
-���-.iU*
Nice, clean, bright outiido rooms,
tllh Ave., near Fulton.
Bulkley Block
li'lt-lm
Four-roomed House on Fraser Street, nenr Seventh. Apply H. Hoffman. The Mechanics
Store, 2nd Ave. ' 184*186
Nice furnished rooms ilnfrtc or for hou ie keep Ing.
Apply Drexel Rooming Houie, 2nd Ave., near
McBride. May 3-lmo
Help Wanted
SEE IT IN THE DAILY NEWS
CORONATION
BIG HOLIDAY
Royal Proclamation Given Out
at Ottawa Today
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, June 8.���By Royal Proclamation today, Coronation Day,
June 22nd, has been set apart to
be observed throughout Canada
along with the rest of the British
Empire, as a day of general thanksgiving and rejoicing. A general
holiday will be declared, and all
placet of business, and public
offices will be closed.
laylorville Acreage
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320 acres. $81.60 per acre; Rood  terms.
576 acres, $61.50 per acre.
Two sections at $40 per acre, easy terms
320 acres at $16.00 per acre.
Farm Lands
5000 acres Decker Lake
10.000 acres Nechaco Valley
16,000 acres Eraser Lake
20,000 acres Francois Lake
Four quarter sections of Lakelse Vallty
land at from $8 to $15 per acre.
The Prince Ruperl Building and
Investment   Company,   Limited.
To persons desiring a modern up-to-'
date residence by paying a small cash
payment and the balance in easy terms
this company appeals in particular.
Moi-k in this company at $10 per share j
afTords the small investor in Prince
Rupert real estate an opportunity to
invest in improved, income-producing
property.   Call at office for prospectus.
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NATURAL RESOURCES
SECURITY COMPANY, Ltd.
PAID UP CAPITAL $250,000
-OFFEK  KOR SALE���
Townsites Farm and Fruit Lands
���JOINT OWNERS AND SOLE AGENTS OF���
Fort George Townsite        Massett Townsite
HEAD OFFICE:- 606 BOWER BUILDING. VANCOUVER, B.C.
Local Office: Alder Block Sixth Street
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Girl to ,lo table nnd chamber work nt Pairt Es-
sinirton Hotel. Wagtl $35 to |40 a tniantli with
board nnd room. Apply Mri. Ulack. Coiitrul
Hotel, Cily. 120125
Experienced newer for ladies clothes. Mrs. M.
U. Uebhardt. Westenhaver Block, fith Street
und 2nd Ave. 118-121
District Manager for first class Health and Acri-.
dent Insurance Company, Splendid inducements. Special aalary and liberal commission.
Apply to J. L. Ma-f..aula. Health and Accident
Department, Empire Life Insurance Company,
611 Winch HuildlnK. Vancouver. B.C.   111-1211
Nineteen younir men to tako coly rooms in the
llulkley Block, near Fulton. K'J-lm
Wanted���An A-l solicitor for the maast liberal
Fraternal Orders in the world. Call naaini 2a-.
Empress Hotel.   I. F. Mnallom. lutt-114
Wanted-50(1 trood men to join the Order aaf Owls.
Call room 2**,  Empress  Hotel.   I.  F.  Madlem.
WH-1H
[ HANDASYDE& HURT j
CanHili.iiill.indlVs. l'ruducta
Mining Miii'lilnery und
Contractors    Supplies
Road lluildlm: ind OOBOM te J t��0l in ry
AKiiciiltiirnl.  l-'iiiiii mi'l  '""7_Supplies
Dump Curs mid WiiRonn
Gasoline Kimin.'S. Motor Vehicle.. Irllik.
7 OFFICE:   THIRD and FULTON I
; 436     -     Princo Rupert   I
I   P.O. Bos 436
,.	
Ex. S. S. TEUCER
12-inch Steel Car Wheels
Axels ami Roller Bearings
-LARGE STOCK���
Rupert Marine Iron Works
Scotch Knit
Underwear
Fire Insurance
���INSURANCE���
McCaffery & Gibbons
Prince Rupeit
���nd
Hazelton
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���YOUR FOOD WILL BE WELL COOKED ON A-
Crown Favorite Cooking Stove
Price from US to $58. other Stoves from $16.
WE   HAVE   ALL   YOU   NEED    IN    BUILDERS'    HARDWARE
THOMPSON HARDWARE COT
Second Avenue
Telephone 10
THK British Union and Nationnl Fire Insurance
Company of London, KnKland, with capital
of t2.500,00n.0��. Sw ua for rntpj*. Thn Mack
Itealtv and Insurance Cumpanv. ."-if
Situations Wanted
I A i'!:i-'-i::.',| ndvertispmrnt is a tireless work*
|     hunler-and seldom fails.
t Chambermaid requires work in Prince Rupert in
I lirst class hotel or rooming house. Apply Daily
i     News Ollice. 121-125
By experienced man and wife as cook and helper
in mining camp or country hotel. Auply H. I.
T., Optimist. W��.37
j       Boarders Wanted
t_..m m^ii ^i.^.i -a-a... �� ,.^ .. ��,..^.. ^..^.i^.aj.
Home cooked meal, and nlrely fornished rooms
for three persons. Apply Mrs. James, Scott
Bldg.. 3rd Ave., between Hth and 9th Sts.   86-tf
Private Board by the week or month. Home
cookind a specialty. Miss E. M. Illeeson, .'Ird
Ave., between "th and -Bth Sts.. phone 171. B!)-lf
Approve  Declaration
London, June :i.(���Spi-ciaO ���The
Imperial  Council  tliis afternoon
passed a resolution approving tin-
declaration of London.
M
en!
For Suits, Clothing. Boots and
Shoes, Halt, Etc.. with Quality
and Cheapness combined, go lo
I. GROSSMAN
Some surprisingly good values
can be had in suits, hats, boot!
shoes, and all gents' furnishing!
at  Hoffman's,  "The  Mechanics'
Store, Second avenue.
Second Ave.
Phone 310
The Daily News
The Hotchl-iss PAPER FASTENER
Ubos a singlo utrin on which there
IN 2h staple*. '1 hese staples are
automatically C-ii forward and
cut oir accurately and without
failure. A llngU blow thoroughly secures from 1 to 25 sheets of
paper. This is the neatest and
quickest stapling machine on the
market Pric,. (including BIK)
staples) $2.50. .Staples, per pox
of 500, 40c.
McRae  Bros.   Limited
Sixth St.-Phone Red 78
KVKIIYTIIINC, - H,R - THE - OFFICE
r
i
Real Estate
A classified advertisement is n .eal estate salesman, and does not often count enough "to
count''  In thc net result.
Nineteen young men wanted to rent cosy furnished In the Hulkley Kooms. IUll Ave., near Kullon.
lot-In
r
For Sale
MONEY ORDER
OFFICE UP RIVER
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1
centres there. It has lieen current
opinion in Rupert all the spring
that "There is money up river
this year" and the fact that Mr.
Fletcher has found it necessary
to set three new money order
offices in working order in that
direction on this trip may be
taken as proof that there really is.
New Money Order Offices
At Kitsumkalum the first of
these new money onler offices has
been established. There is another
getting going at Cedar Bay, and
the third is at Gitnagar. Already
there is evidence that the convenience offered wage-earners and
others through post ollice money
order offices is introduced none
too soon for the needs of the population up river. Most of the
money order business so far is
being done for railway employees,
but the fruit and green vegatable
growers will be turning in a
considerable business before long
through the money order branches.
Bulkley Valley Mails
Inspector Fletcher has arranged
for extensions and improvements
in the Bulkley Valley mail service.
Willi settlers pouring in daily
anxious not only to establish themselves in these fertile parts, but
also to send out news of themselves with encouragements to their
friends to follow them to their
Canaan, the business of the mail
carriers up there grows onerous.
Mr. Fletcher has intended routes
and divided labor by his reorganisation work for thc district.
Probably before the fall there will
bc slilll more work to be done
to extend the mail service as the
stream of settlers keeps on streaming.
u
Tho particular dresser will be delighted
with the elegant line
of Scotch Knit Grey
Wool anti Helio Mixed Underwear, just
arrived direct from
the knitters.     ::    ������
The Helio Mixed is
a very superior line
of soft, fleecy wool
for the summer
months here. All
sizes.    ::    ::    ::    ::
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The Grey Wool line
is in all sizes of two-
} piece suits and combinations, very soft
and pleasing to those
with tender skin that
1 is usually irritated
I     by wool underwear.
i
ALLOW US   TO   SHOW
YOU     THESE    LINES.
!
M����
Sloan & Co. ii
PHONE 297
Sixth Street Alder Block I!
L
I
Over-Seas Club
A special meeting of lho members of the Over-
Seas Club will be held at the Westholme Lumber
Company's Hall on Wednesday next the 31 inst.
at S o'clock when members are requested to return all untold -concert tickets and to make pay.
ment for those disposed of.
HARRY M. BIRCH.
119-122 As.t.-See.
Notice
Take notice thnt John t. Matheison of the City
of I'rince Rupert In the Province of British Col.
timbia has retired from the Arm of Matheison.
Wood -ft Company, plumbers and steamlitters of
the said City.
Dated nt I'rince Rppert, B.C. this 1st day of
May, 1911.
F. J. MATHEISON.
H. WOOD.
I
A Mirror
Smith-Tremler Typewriter In perfect condition
Apply P.O. Box :I28. 118-12-1
All kinds of second hand iroods taught and sold
_ M. Crosby, Thinl Ave., between 7th and Hth
******-. 117-tf
N'o. s Rtar Cook Stove in perfect condition, pipe ,
iKSFSa ft 2 "l"v*.'".; L"U fnr ""���   A"''1*' o* i rinking.
Room 2.1, | raser anil 7th Streets, seven to eluht '
incvcnlnit. 117-wi CO
Auditorium Baseball
Indoor baseball at the Auditorium is attracting a number of
the enthusiatss for the live game.
and they are engaging assiduously
In   practice  after  thc  afternoon
There  are  rumors of  a
ming match pretty soon
That may be safely
"packed" on a trip
is much in demand.
Wc have them in different sizes.   :   :     :
WATCH   THE   WINDOW      j
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Tht Pioneer Druultt
PHONE   :   ;   ;   82
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Specialties
Baby Buggies
Go-Carts
Perambulators
Specially Reduced
in Price
Surprising   Reductions
Furniture and Home Furnishinfis
W^Jj^d^gJImtoj^^ morinjj^io^^ being remoje,|ed
Specialties
All kinds of Glassware and Crockery
including a New
Shipment o f Cut
Glass from the leading factories of thc
world. Prices cut
to half.
F.
Broken Lines of Goods Almost Given Away
W.HART    -
First Come First Served
The MG FURNITURE Store
CORNER SIXTH STREET AND SECOND AVFNllF       Pwnjv/r <*-,
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