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 THE  WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending 6 ,a. m.,
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Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
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VOL. II, NO. 130
Prince Rupert, B.C., Saturday, June 10. 1911.
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GERMAN AVIATORS FALL
SIX THOUSAND FEET
Herr Schendal Had Just Broken German Record  for
Altitude When He Lost Control of Monoplane
���Swiss Aviator Falls, but Escapes
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Jnhuwicsthal, Germany, June
10.���Before the bonified gaze of
thousands nf sightseers, two aviators, Herr Schendal and his mechanic Herr Moss, fell from the
clouds a distance of nearly seven
thousand feet and were dashed
into almost unrecognisable pulp,
last night.
An Altitude Record
Hirr Schendal on Tuesday last
won fame by breaking the German
record (or altitude. In his niono-
planc hf rose to a height of 0,594
dit. Last evening lie set out to
pi even higher. His machine
me in the air and circled ubout
rising higher .-.nil higher, until
th ��� s'icntilie observers proclaimed
ihat their instruments showed he
had liriikcn liis previous record.
In Moment of Victory
Still higher the tiny machine
rlimlicd the clouds. As the watch -
it> icnse with excitement looked,
lluv siw the little machine flutter,
���md turn over.    Its tail sink till
C. M. HAYS SIGNS
THE AGREEMENT
Final Discussion Was Held in
Citv Hall. City Seal Attached. Grand Trunk Co.'s Seal
to be Affixed at Montreal.
Will satisfied with thc settlement of the great G. T. P. assessment problem, thc city council
nut later to ratify thc agreement. Each alderman was supplied with a copy of thc terms and
��itli Mr. D'Arcy Tate representing
tlu company the dtails were gone
carefully over.
I'm ing the discussion it was
mnounced by 'phone that Mr.
H��yi Mid Mr. Chamberlin would
Ktend (or final iliscussion and
inangements. On their arrival
Kveral pointa were brought up
111 'Mini, and thc signing of
we agreement was then carried
'""��� Tlif dty Seal was affixed
���* "ight but the seal of thc
'������ T, I'. cannot Ih- attached until
Mr, Hays readies Montreal.
though signed and sealed, tbe
tlie machine  took a verticle position, and then it started to fall.
Thc machine had reached an
altitude of 6,050 when it started
to fall. Once it started, the
aviators lost control, and the
machine and men came hurtling
to thc earth. The bodies of the
men were frightfullgy manlcd, while
the frame of the machine was
buried in the earth with the
great velocity of the fall.
Had Better Luck
Geneva, June 9.���Thc Swiss
aviator Ladeoli fell 2000 feet in
a monoplane today. The nachine
turned several complete somersaults, each time unseating I-adeoli,
but he managed to climb back
and regain control of it. When
wjthin U00 feet of thc earth the
motor stopped and thc machine
began to fall. Ladeoli hung on
by his hands until within ten feet
of the ground. Then he dropped
and landed unhurt. The machine
[Missed beyond him and was wrecked.
agreement lias yet to be approved
by the citizens of I'rince Rupert
and ratified by thc Legislature.
It is set down that the improvements proposed are not to start
until three months after the next
session of the Legislature, but
thc aldermen believe from verbal statements made by Mr. Hays
and Mr. Chamberlin that the
the work is to go on at once. The
dry dock must go on in terms
of agreement with thc Government.
Make a Change
If you have tried wearing the
various brands of ready made
c othing, try wearing a custom
made suit, cut to the atest fashion
with snap to it and guaranteed to
fit. A we -fitting suit adds materia y to a man's appearance;
and ap|>earaiice docs count these
days.
C othes made by Rudnick and
Swcdcr are made on the premises
by hand in their store, He gerson
B ock, Basement, 'Phone 38.
Pantorlum Pionrer Cleaners. 'Phone 4
HILL GETS CHARTER
FOR PRAIIOAILROAD
G'ves $250,000.00 for Charter of Proposed Line from
Pincher Creek to Red Deer-Will Use it as a
Feeder for his Transcontinental
Canadian Press Despatch)
in.i.,HK, June   10,-James  J.
"II will in,w invade Canada by
""""r route. Today it was
''"""timed that the Great Northern
�������te ha��| purchased the char
(r   ,,r  the  propossd   line  from
���*�� ('r,,,'k  l" the  Bmseati
<" """-sbywayof Red Deer.
W|   f��d Transcontinental
���"nc, Mr. inn Win U8C a8
, **r  or his Transcontinental
Ul" Winnipeg and Vancouver
J*����k fourth line which he has
1,1,1 w'"' that object in view.
G��ve $250,000
,!,''" ',l""-'' was obtained some
"Ipeg L r 1 ",mpBny of Win'
Wl,,,   li *lry    l,l,Si'U'S8   mC">
"""'K'"  Of opening  up  thc
line. They havc done no ran-
struction work. Mr. Hill gave
them $250,000 for the charter.
Mexico City, June 9.���(Social)
���Thc total dead as the result of
yesterday's earthquake now te dies a total of 150.
POLICE CHIEF RESIGNS
Chief McRae of Winnipeg Will
Retire on a Pension of $2485
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Winnipeg, June 10���Chief of
Police McRae resigned last night
after thirty years of service he
having joined the force at the age
of twenty-two. He retires on a
jiciision of $2,485 a year.
CANADA'S BOYS
REACH ENGLAND
Coronation Detachment Was
Given a Great Reception on
Arrival at Liverpool.
^(Canadian Press Despatch)
London, June 10.���Thc Canadian contingent of soldiers for
the Coronation arrived at Liverpool today and wire received
with an enthusiastic reception.
The Lord Mayor and City Council
of Liverpool met the Canadians
at the landing stage. The streets
through which they marched}were
thronged with citize; s who gave
a great welcome to tie Canadians.
In the police court this morning
Nick Veukitch was fined .<10 and
costs for being drunk and disorderly.
] BASEBALL SCORES [
Northwestern League
Vancouver 5, Pint land 4.
Tacoma 8, Victoria 2.
Spokane   3,   Seattle   1;    eleven
innings.
National League
St. Louis 2, Boston 1.
Chicago 1, Brooklyn 4.
Philadelphia 4, Cincinnati 1.
Pittsburg 3, New York ti.
American League
Chicago 2, New York 9.
Detroit 4, Philadelphia 5.
Boston 4, St. Louis 5
Washington 2, Cleveland 1.
Pacific Coast League
Los Angeles 6, Portland 0.
.Sacramento 0, 'Frisco 1.
Vernon 0, Oakland 3.
TO BE CHARGED
WITH MURDER
Alleged    Wife-murderer    from
New Westminster is Captured
(Canadian Press Despatch)
New Westminster, June 10.���
Henry Jobes whom a coroner's
jury has charged with the murder
of his wife last Friday, was captured yesterday afternoon on a tug
in the Fraser river near thc St.
Mungo Cftnery,
$2,000,000 CITY HALL
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Winnipeg, June 10.���The City
Council last night ordered plana
to be prepared for a new city hall
to cost two million dollars. It
will lie built on the present site
extending back to Princess street.
BAD SHOOTING AFFRAY
AT COLD STORAGE WORKS
Homer Wood, while Crazed with Drink, used a Gun on Alexander
Mathieson���When He Saw Mathieson Fall, He Tried To Blow
His Own Brains out���Mathieson Escaped Volley, but Wood is
Seriously Injured���Will Be Charged With Attempted Murder
With a desperate bullet wound
in his head from the right car to
below his eye, Homer Wood, a
plumber, late of the firm of Mathieson & Wood, is lying in thc
hospital in a serious condition,
after attempting to commit suicide.
If hc recovers hc will lie charged
with attempting to murder Alexander Mathieson, a brother of his
former partner. The engine house
of the Atlin Construction Co., at
the Cold Storage plant is riddled
with bullets, telling their talc of
the man's desperate attempts.
Thc tragic affair happened at
noon today, just as the men were
about to quit work. Alex Mathieson was working as fireman on
thc hoist. Wood, who is said to
havc been drinking heavily, and
to have had a private grudge
against Mathieson came up to
him as he worked.
"Arc you going up town tonight,
Alick?" he asked.
"Yes," replied Mathieson, unsuspecting.
Drew a Revolver
Suddenly pulling out a revolver,
Wood said, "I'll shoot you, you���"
He pulled the trigger three or
four times at Mathieson who was
quite unarmed and turned to run
for safety. In running away,
Mathieson tripped over a piece
of machinery, and lay stunned
for a few seconds.
Tried to Kill Himself
Thinking he had killed Mathieson, tlie crazed man suddenly
turned the weapon on himself.
He was seen by Engineer Ralph
Fisher to place the gun to his ear
and pull the trigger. As he
fell Fisher ran to him and saved
him from falling from the platform
of the hoist.
Wound Not Serious
It was found that the bullet
instead of entering the brain had
come out   through   the   forehead.
Dr. Tremayne was at once telephoned for antl came in his launch,
along with Chief Vickcrs. The
doctor attended to the man's
injuries, and conveyed him in
custody of the police to the wharf
Mathieson, except for the fall is
unhurt.
Will be Charged
If he recovers as is very likely,
Wood will be charged by the
police, says Chief Vickers, with
attempting to murder Mathieson,
and also with attempted suicide.
There is no doubt that drink
played a strong part in the crime.
Not only was Mr. Wood partially
intoxicated at the time, but he
was brandishing a bottle of whisky
a minute or two before the shooting
started.
The affair caused a great deal
of excitement among the hundred
or more men at the works, who
were just leaving work whin thi
shooting affray began.
WILL START A FUND TO
PURCHASE AMBULANCE
Dr. Eggert Hands Over to Hospital Board the Grand
Trunk Co's $500 Cheque���Cost of Auto
Ambulance Considered
Agreeing that an ambulance
is most certainly necessary now
to perfect the efficiency of Prince
Rupert's General Hospital, the
Hospital Board last nighl decided
to refer tlie matter to thc Executive Committee who will consider the cost of thc vehicle, and
upkeep. Mcahwhilc the cheque
for S500 donated by the G. T. P.
Railway Co. has lieen handed
over by Dr. Fggert, and it is now
up to tiie citizens to subscribe the
further amount necessary, about
$500.
Auto-ambulance Favored
President D. (',. Stewart is inclined to favor the purchase of an
auto-ambulance. Mayor Manson
has lieen considering a system by
which thc city will employ an
understudy for the fire department's chauffeur, who will be
available for ambulance service
al any time. Probably the auto-
ambulance will Im- housed beside
the fire brigade auto.
Some little time has elapsed
since Mr. Arthur Cuthbert tendered his resignation as Secretary
of the Hospital Association. Formal acceptance of the resignation
was recorded last night, and Mr.
William Wright, Assistant Secretary was appointed Managing Secretary under the new By-laws.
Hon. President's Powers
Nothing further was done in
connection with the idea that
voting power should be given the
Honorary President. While it has
been felt by the Board that Mr.
Manson who has taken great interest in the Hospital, m ghl fitly
have voting power, it was not
thought advisable to make voting
power a prerogative of ull Hon
Presidents of the Board.
A cheque for SK), the balance
of the Laurier Fund was handed
over lo the Board by T. D. Pattullo, and amongst other minor
matters the pricing and purchase
of a Taylor Side was left in the
hands of the House Committee.
ORDER ARRIVES TO RENEW SAVOY UCENSE
By this morning's mail there
arrived the judgment of the court
and the mandamus to the License
Commissioners instructing them
to issue to Mr. A. J. Prudhomme
a renewal of the license for the
Savoy Hotel, and to report to the
Supreme Court that they have
olicyed thc order.
The mandamus reads as follows:
To William Manson, Vernor W.
Smith and Joseph F. Merryfield,
of thc Board of License Commissioners in and for thc City
of Prince Rupert in thc Province
of British Columbia, and every of
them, greeting:
Whereas this Honourable Court
has  been  given to understand
and is informed upon thc complaint of Alexander James Prudhomme, licensed hotel-keeper of
the City of Prince Rupert aforesaid, that he, a person claiming
to be entitled tinder and by
virtue of the "Municipal Clauses
Act" and thc By-laws of thc
City of Prince Rupert lo have
granted to him a renewal of the
liquor license held by him for thc
Savoy Hotel from the 17th day
of   October   1910   until midnight
of the 16th day of January 1011,
did apply at a general meeting
of the Board of License Commissioner! in and for thc laid
City of Prince Rupert, to such
of you, the laid Commissioners,
as were then and there assembled,
to hear an application by him
for a renewal grant of such license
in respect of siid premises at
Prince Rupert aforesaid, and to
determine the said application according to law, but that you, the
said Board of License Commissioners in and for the said City
of Prince Rupert, well knowing
the premises, but not regarding
your duty in that behalf, then and
there wholly neglected and refused to grant said renewal of
said license, without cause for so
refusing, to the great damage
and grievance of the said Alexander James Prudhomme, as wc
have been informed by his complaint made to us; Whereupon
we, being willing that due and
speedy justice should be done
in the premises, as is reasonable,
do peremptorily command you,
the said Board of License Commissioners   in   and   for   thc   said
City of Prince Rupert, and every
of you, to grant said Alexander
James Prudhomme for the said
Savoy Hotel, a license to sill
���piritUOUS and fermented liquors
in renewal of the license previously
held by said Prudhomme for the
���aid Savoy Hotel, between the
17th day of October 1910 and the
loth day of January 1911, without
the insertion in such license of
any condition, lest by your default
the siim-s complaint should be
repeated to us; And how you
shall have executed this Our Writ
make known to us in our said
Court at the City of Vancouver
forthwith, then return to us this
Our laid Writ, and this you arc
not to omit.
WITNESS the Honourable Cordon Hunter, Chief Justice, at Vancouver,   B.   C,   the  8ih   day  of
June, A. D. 1911.
"W.H.P.C."   J.
(SUPREME COURT SFAI.)
VANCOUVER REGISTRY
June 8th, 1911.
TRIP AROUND
THE HARBOR
S.S. Prince Rupert Made a Special Tour With President
Hays's Party.
After leaving the wharf yesterday instead of proceeding directly oul of the harbor on her way
south, the Prince Rupert made a
special round trip through the
harbor to give Mr. Hays and his
party the opportunity of seeing
the progress made along the water-
frontage, and the situation of the
dry dock, etc., from the water.
The steamer went as far as hc
Cold Storage Plant at Seal Cove
keeping close in shore, and turning
there proceeded south.
Two bright interesting Presbyterian services arc promised in
the Fmpress Theatre tomorrow.
Kev. P. \��T Kerr will preach at
both services, and will conduct
a Bible class for young jicople in
the afternoon. All ure welcome
Sfld   the   pastor   invites  strangers
to meet him after each service.
RE-OPEN GRANBY SMELTER
Have   Got  a   Supply   of   Coke
from Pennsylvania on its Way
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Nelson, June 10.���The first traiii
load of eight car-loads of Pennsylvania coke was received st the
Granby Smelter this afternoon.
Prc|)arations arc lieing made to
blow in a few furnaces at the
first of thc week. 150 cars of
eastern coke are now on their way
here.
Thc smelters havc been idle
for seven] weeks owing -to the
miners' strike, throwing six hundred men out of employment.
End of Season Sale
For three days we will offe,-
whst is left of our Spring Mill-
goods at ridiculously small prices
to clear. We aim to have all new
goods for each season. For prices
see our window. -Hamlin & Co.,
F.xchange Block.
Mrs. L. W. Patmore will receive
again the second Wednesday in
each month.
COLONIAL CONFERENCE
DISCUSSES IMMIGRATION
They Re-affirm Resolution of Four Years Ago, Whereby the Home Authorities Pledge Themselves
to Aid in Selecting Suitable Persons
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London, June  10--At the  Imperial Conference today Premier
Fisher moved for lhe reaffirmation
of the resolution of 1907 pointing
out the desirability of encouraging
British emigrants to proceed to
British Colonies rather than lo
foreign   countries   and   that   the
Imperial Government co-operate
with any colonies desiring emigrants, to assist in selecting suitable
to all countries would amount
lo 300,000 of whom eighty per
cent would go to different   parts
of the Empire,
Sir Wilfrid Laurier said that
Mr. Burni'l statement appeared
to him to be quite satisfactory.
The resolution slightly amended,
unanimously passed the Conference
Where to Go
person 9.
John  Burns laid that since thelEMPRESg THEATRE, Second  Ave.
last conference the object  of  thej    Pictures and Music, *,30 p.m.
resolution   had   been   to   a   great I MAJESTIC  THEATRE,   TWrd   Ave;
extent   secured,     lf   the   rat"   fori    Pictures snd son**, 7.30 p.m.
Farl C.rey's Rifles will shoot at I the    first    four   montlis   of    IftH   THEN1X THEATRE, Second Aveuue;
,, ���. .  ,       ,        ,   , ., Pictures and music, 7.30 p.m.
the   range   tomorrow   meeting  at continued for the whole year the  AUDITORIUM .Sixth Avenue; Roller
the usual time.
total emigrants from (jtrea Britain |   Skating, 8 p.m. THE    DAILY   NEWS
The Daily News
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
Published by tha Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
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Square.
LIVE DOINGS ON
THE WATERFRONT
Rush of Passenger Traffic from
Three Steamers, Special Train. Rupert, City of Seattle,
Princess May and Vadso.
FREE
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Daily Edition.
Saturday. June 10
Who is to Blame for the Waterfront Fiasco?
There is one las: question which might \*e .vki-d in connection
with the assessment problem, "\\liu i? to blame for the waterfront
fiasco?"
Although none of the negotiator!-. a.".ii few of the citizens perceive
it vn ry clearly as yet, the whole fight in the assessment dispute raged
round the question of the waterfn nt. If the railway company could
hold it idle until after the line is built, its leases will be worth many
times over what they would bring today. If equitable taxation were
exacted, then it would have forced the railway company to sell or
lease a little of it to earn' the remainder, and the city would have
had a permanent payroll from I u t ri- - ... d mills on the waterfront.
By having the city's representath - agi to a lump tax of 115,000
a year, and making this tax i ver properties of the development
company already assessed :������; ..y .ver S'.'.VOO taws, the company manages to retain its grip on the waterfri nt I r a paltry So,000 ., year. It
is safe to say that no leases will be give:, until after the line is completed.
How little some of the negotiators Were qualified for their work
has been shown not i nly in their agreement, which is riddled with
loopholes, but al>o in their comments since the agreement was made.
Even an alderman who recently ifought the council to its kr. -
his thre.it of I ing er means to make himself heard, never used
those other means to enlighten the public about the economics of
the dispute. His only published reference on the matter, apart even
from itt pitiful childishness of tone, betrays the incompetence and
_ :'the writer.  There was only one man on the council whose
Lbility fitted him to qualify as a nej   .     r, and from
ints he was content to sit ':���.:<.* and let his colleagues go ahead.
Whether it was because C, M.
Hays w.is lure or not the scene
at the waterfront Thursday night
was quiti the busiest ever in
Ruptrt this Mason. There was
the Prince Rupert there of course,
ar.d ! eside her lay the City of
Seattl itl a throi - of northbound passengers who streamed
..-.; on for .. >;>cll "to si e the
rig - Centre street was already crowded with passengers
to and fro when the C, P. R- S.S.
Princess May arrived with a big
crowd for Prince Rup.rt, and full
list  for  the   Nonh.    Three  big
--   jer steamers occupied berths
-- I y one another at the wharf.
but while the traffic was busiest
\   Iso also steamed into the
nd I * rthed 1 y the other
its
Just at the height of this festival
of waterfront, liveliness in steamed
Pri side:.t Hays's special train from
up river ;\issi."a�� over 'the  busy
Crossing    at     Centre    street
with clanging bell, and pulling
up in metropolitan style a -
��� ���r two from thi City of Seattle.
If the merry ;.idies and gentlemen
from the States were not duly
impressed by the stir and bustle
revealed to them by their visit
to R'.:;.��.-rt they must l>e classed
with the dumb emoti less green
stuff that    -      mes from S  ittle.
CLEAR THE RESERVE
Orders Given to have the Whole
Space Vacated in a Week or so
For  all  kinds  of help, cooks, j
waiters,  dishwasher--, hotel por- j
ters, all kinds of laborer.- a>r me* *
chanics, eall up j
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ROGERS & BLACK
���WHOLESALE   DEALERS   IN"
Building  Material,    Cement,   Lime,
H��ir-6bre Platter, Coke, BUcktmltfa
Coal,   Common Brick.
Pressed  Brick
Shingle*, Lath, New Wellington Coal
ALL ORDERS  PROMPTLY FILLED
Set Us fer Prices.
Phone No. 116
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST
Phone No. 200 P. 0. Box 580
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i mt. Aprt --. Niraa Demers, Afieit
Siivr.aLati Distnct���DUtrict of Caasisr
Take r.ouce tr.at I, AUet M. KSOMM  o( Pnnce
Rupart, i>. ^'-. occupation roarne^l n^mar.. i:.'.er.i
'j,;.>  'or r��rcn��ion to purcaaaa the (ollowing
:r��cr;c^i iaaoi:
<. I ;:;rr:enaxig it �� post pUnted abou;t'*o n,..*-*
.fOVtk ar.i t��y bbBh ������t of the forka ot WhtU
a.-.L I lit litmn. tnec�� aonh to cnains. ttwrti
tisi z*j chains, tbence south t>0 chatr-a. thnM
wtttm N chains. .   ���_ _
Daied Apnl :o, lyll. ALICE M. KNOUS L
I'ub. Ma> U. Francu S. Prwior., AftBt
SfcHOI Lani District ���Disirict of Coast Range ��
lake not ce taat 1, Jona Ifta Peters of Pnnet
;._p*r:. B. C, c-ccupai on clerk, intend to a;; -
ttt pern-isaion to purctaa* tbe 'o!lo��ing iw>:t^-
inds-
CoaaMMlag ai a poat planted about three ar.
. _���:._*.: Ommtt uL.:ant a a south ��eaterly d reet en
tmtt a blind alough Irom Ubaervatory inlet **L*ti**
.... same toucnea tbe Indian Reserve, thence
mt M chai .-j. thence north t*j cnains, thence
lid*. ^ chaina, thence souib &0 chains to point 0
��� i.cement, containing 64u acrea more or it*
Dated April U, WU. JOHN IVAN PETERS
Pttb. May 13.
���J^-__tm_ B   '*    c*:*^--::- cr..
_*"T?__-'VL  (�����  * '*��!1J tm tt-tm*.
ES^Ju ST ��� - ���" ** **".___,__*>���*���
chain   thonce DOrtfa BO ,-
Ihence wwt lu eh��ini, thenc. ��outh it, chii't.,'
poinl   of   commencement,   containing   lr��  __
more or let*.
D.ted ApriM, UU.
Pub. April 15.
t'LAKA MAV UTTLE
,fc��n�� -tt**  ---
- a     a      - '
D*Md A,:- Ml ���������-
Vi.. *_-. '.-���
Skeen. LMd Dutrict���Dutrict cl Cout *___,
T.k* notion th��t M.r>- lliuitor. i,..:���-... ['.
Victori., II. C, occupation boua*,;.-
to apply (or p��rmiiaiou to \>_;_._-
j ;.-.-.:-���: land.:
.i nla-'i-d .U>u�� t��o milw       Commencing .t . port planted at I i
���  i corner ol Ut ai��6. K.r.ge i, e���aat :     .-
>u chain* south thence *u ehairj   ea.-.. ���.
chaina nonh, thence 4u chaina
���-e.--i.-e *e.t 3V chaini.
faoMAS UdlEEKIN
1 rar.cu S. rrwton, Agenl
���-��� Lar.J DWlht���Dtmttm Ol l. "liar
Taa. n^.�� '.: I. ��� har.w U MflOJ ol BMW-
_r tit %.:-������ : pr.��;-��tor, inlenu to .pply
_��� p_mm_*T*X . ������.*������ ������'���*������ l-^"*-i d��crio��
"i���,,,,. ,; a I Jit planted about iii milw
��SK3P��2 :.,*.:-A iu.\\l,,l*
���-."....���..    ���.. K* . -'.'-   ���-  *-****,  'hence
;.   . mtt H chaim, IMnce wwi
&&&I ���*������ ������������������      CEARtSS. DLWUUVE
Pub. May 1j.
Francu S. Prtaton. Agent
o.-nmencement, containing S_tt aere. ���    -.    -
MARY HbA'i'uS GILDLH:
Dated AprU IT, ""'
Pub. May 6.
, UU,
iaeena Ur.l I'if.nr. -DUtrict ol Cout R.r.ge S
?���.*, l-:.x ���������-.-1- J- ��"���" M��K��a ��i _*_*m
_____   ii   C , a-acc-i-it on biacaim lh, inlend to
lr"p.y"for jranoi  to  purch.ie  th.  (oUowlng
\lt-___T   ivd     ml*. At'.
I ��� tl .'.���; a: a ;J�� plant-ed .liout three .nd
.,.' n.:... J .:ar.-. .n . wuth weiu.-ly dir.-cuor.
IroT. a b.ia : ikWfk 'ton, Ubiervalory lr..et where
���r.e lame lo.cnw the lad ��n lteeerve. tr.er.ee wwt
. . _.ct ^..:n aO en. n*. thence ���� so
chaini, thBie. r.or..-. ao ena ni to po nt ol com
r .��� are--er.-. ca.a:itlirj.-.J 6tJ acrw more or lew.
.      .i.lill.       J. HAROLD McKEAN
w. j. McCutcheon
+
+
+
Carnes complete stock   (Drttfi     8p<     ���     +
attention paid to Allinc pre��'r;i;.r.i.       4
Tbcatre Block pmmi h   -.Second Ave. +
f
<ke��r.i L^r.i Diitrict���Diitrict of Caaaiar
Take   BOCtM   tha:   1,   Thomaa   Macgovern   of
Stvwait, H. Ct occupalion miner.intend to apply
tm perniijaioa to purchase tbe following deacribed
CninTTTfUlrtm at ��� P��n plaated on tbe right
bank of tne Naaa ritw about four mi-U* above tbe
forks of tne Naas nver, thlM louta eO chains,
:Ler.ce w��t  *\> chair.s,  theac*  north  60 chains,
K ttUt 10 cha:r.�� to point of commeneerr.ent,
re j containing MO acres ��g^]��UACGOVBBN
; ��t��d March 25, llll. Sidney Frank Wright, Agt
, pub. May 17.
:t.-.-.T-\ Land Dutrict���Diatrict of Cout Range 5
Take  notice  that   I,   Charlee   A.   VM(hai   W
i *.r.ce Rupert, R. C, occupation merchan:.
.> (ur f^rmisaion to purcaa^e tne tot!  -���������*.
itarnhrl la nas;
(.ommencing at a post  planted on tbi  -
nr.-. uf txcr.umsika River and ab^ut four rr.i.w
:*j cnains east, tnence ��u cbains Mftb* tbt
chains west, tnence fiO chaina south to p
commencement, containing 640 acres more 0: .e��
Dai^iApri.21. ltfU    CHARLts A. VAUOHAN
Pud. April 2^.
Skeena Land DUtrict���District cf Caaslar
Take notice that  1, Swan Ualien cf BttWti
B.   C.   occupation   carpenter,   intend   to   appi)
for penr.iasicn to purenase the (ollowing deacrilied
Landa:
Commendng at a post plaated UMMt [6   BUta
south aad tr.e, l) mile weat ofthe forks of tbe WUU
aad I -mi rr-ers, tbence eo chaina south, tbence
ebaina eaat, tbence  bO chains north, theaee
cnains wwt.
\ Rochester t*.
\.T   x Monroe
*: Ladysmitm
k     ;��v Coal
\,i   Phomems
D.ted April la. mi.
Pub. M.y U.
SWAN  HAIXKN 1 Pub. _U*_ 13.
Fnncu S. Prwton, Age.-.:
SkMC. Lar.d DUtrict���Diitrict ol Caaaiar
Taa. notice that  Wilii.m  Frederick  Cm.ron
c.1 Princ.  Kua?ert,  B. C,  occupation cuT*nier,
mead, to .pply for pwmlMion to purehu. the
laOswiai dwc-ib*! Unda:
comm.nemg at a poit puuit*i .bout thr*.
milw Kautn ol th. lorka ol tn. White .nd Kl.i
river., th.nce wuth 60 ehun^ thene. wwt bO
chaini, thene. north SO c -air_>. thenc. eut bu
c.-.airu.
WILLIAM FREDERICK CAMERON
Dated April la. lull.
Francia B, Preaton, Agenl
There is no suggestion of blame intended to apply to the members
of the council.   They were the people's choice-.   Tlie w. rk was I i
on them.    There was no strong and enlightened public sentiment
to back them up.   Undoubtedly they did the best they could.   And \
they were sincerely of the opinion that the settlement they madc|
was a good one for the dty.
It was a hopeless task to take any heterogeneous body of men���]
a capable carrx-nter. a qualified dentist, a country edi- . elleni
haberdasher, a good butcher���and set them u;    ig .; - mpany
of clever railroad chief? and corporation lawyers, to del ate a r,    -
of economics.   The blame neither now nor in the future, car. :'..irh
be laid to them.
And even the most splendid leadership would have been handicapped unless it had strong and united backing from the citizens.
Squatter*   on   the   G.   T.   P.
reserve will have  t<   find  other
quarters.     President    Hays   told
Aldermar.   Morrissey   last   night
���;-..u    rders 1 ave been given for
���' ���   - - rve  t"  be  clean      and
that it will he- entirely unoo.' |
in a*    ��� .. -    -.    The hi us -  .-
as t    :
theii        ngings it ol
them.
EXTEND WATER SUPPLY
FOR SALE
Skeen. Und DUtrict���Diitrict ot Coait Kange ��
Take notice tb.t I. Lionel Qagst*y ol V.  .
ver,   B.  C.  occupaUon   miav,  iv.eni   to  apr-.-
(or persuaiion to purchue the foUowing .merit*-.
..-. 1��:
Commencing at . ���>��: paHW-.1 vm* th. -
���*�����-. cwrr.-er oi Lo: is*. Rang? 5, C**m   Dtetnel
tnence .eat **J chaina,  ther.ce aoutn  60 Chair-,,
thence eut 40 fhami. thence nortn 60 chaini to
pa.;--, ci commencement.
Da-.��i March 21, lull.       LIONEL K1NGSLEY
. Pub. April ii.
Skun. Luid Diitrict���Diitrict ci Ccut i.a:..- 6
laat notic. that Eldon S. D.t��i.er ol btthn,
���   unt.' occupation   doctor,  intenui  to   apply   (or
permiaaion to purehu* tb. (oiloalng dwcrib��l
rnmtttt
Commencing ��t . poat pl.r,ied .t tbe aouth-
aeat corner ol Laot _*%*, ttMT.ee .ut 3u chaina
mor* or lua, thene. aouth *' ebaina mor. or 1<
I.'     tl     D     'A*.,!     6.     i>!'jCK     -*.
JvCtla. .    :.
;  ���  . .'   ������.-  .  -..   .���..-.'..
balance 1. 2. 8 years,
t. The blame goes much further back than January Hth. 1911.
It antedates incorporation. It g<<s back to the time when the original
plan oi the townsite of Prince- Rupert was riled with the Provincial
Government at Victoria: before most of us ever knew for a fact that
the '*>. T. P. terminal was to be located on Kai* I  I-
Though none of us were citizens of Prince Rupert then, the
Provincial Government had a sacred trust to protect the inter* -i-
of the future citizens of the town whose | -hen in preparation.
1'��� ��� of those duties was ti  -������ ;hat the citizens ��a *. \ -.-uated,
that they would become the pre) ���:��� > and mono]  lists,
How well they kept that trust is seen by the fact that the
Provincial Government and  the Grand Trunk  Pacific divided
up the whole of Prince Rupert s waterfront between thim.   As
���   ���   '   i stick   : titnl ��� r. i  r a sack ol p ������.'- -. nor a
an cuter I'm     !���  pert without paying tribute to the
< ir.jn! Tr'..:.k !'.   ifii     Wil .: g timlier all round us. with ��� ���
thin?, even to our streets ��� :. and with a need
for . payroll in th<    ty, we an      iged to impi rt evi r>
���  and pay tri Grsi     rnmk for bringing it
-������r thi Ir water*!     I ..
- for mill! : ���    ��� lut       ���: .��� ���-.uid havi
hundreds of  men.
hav��       n sent i,   I    P.���to   the   mill-   ��� :
Washington, I   5. A. Wh; .    mill on the waterfi
G. T. P. Engineer will See about
Morse Creek  Dams for City
Asked by thi   Maj  r last night;
....... tensioi
Mi .--��� Creek Dams i;'. order I
-���her suppl;.    I wati r :*������ j
ed for the- dty Mr.  Hays
said that he would be very .
to allow  penr.i-- -  this, but
the matter must pass through
the hands c f the company*- ��� -
gineer who will  advise   the city
��� it "n his arriv.il in a wt  k
-
GEO. W. MORROW
1076 Nelson St , Vancouver, B.C.
<.y>>rr>>rt-*-y>r>rt'*>t-'*-w-*'-t
- BILLIARDS    ��
t BOWLING,
��nd POOL
i .\  ��� A tT'"'. *.x��r* f
c:��*.    At.fa-.��; .rt.    L4-i,-*��v*ry _t
tSmmtm ��� ���       N-nrm&n  Block, be- *$
t*t-*m i su. V
pfM  : ar.i Msr.ft��*r   S|
��4444444444444444444444444
^=E.   EBY   A.   Co.
REAL   ESTATE
Kiuumkalurr. Land For Sale
KtTSUMKAU -        B. C.
Pa     ��� nothing coi the elm i
ditputl     .; '1  i:.  Ot] . -. ���      ��� , h  will
nrlte, ���   taking tway ol th<   rdni   I mi;:i<ipal kovtm
out of politic* and out of the hands of ihe butcher, the baker and
th- candlettick*maker, and vesting that authority in tlie hand- of
a conuniaskn of aldlled municipal expert*. A o mmiaion, comp sed
of a skilled engineer with ample authority, an expert financier, . nd
an expert business organiser, would hav laved th< city thousands
of dollars and murh l.i< k* ril g< It was the same Provincial Government that ran its pen through the city's demand for power
to create a civic commission.
"It Is unusual, and a new thing/1 said Mr. Bowser, as he murdered
the people's charti r.
It was tin sun* Provincial Government that denied to Prince
Rupert citizens the right of the Initiative, the Referendum and the
Recall.
"The Gaiety of Faith" will be
ect of  Rev. Warren  H.
M�� L d's sermon    I  the Baptist
morrow evening    5��
ces at 7.30 p.m,   You an
ially  invited hear   !<��� \.      , ~ ..
McL   i discuss:* i t ti is        Prince Rupert Lodge, LO.O.r.
Mr.   Johj E.   Davey,
ind choin '
��� - .tr < on i r of Sixth and
l    .- r streets.
>*.**:.-. L*nd Dutnct���Dutrict of Cout Kar.ge !>
. a*f notice ir.*; i. L��uclUh Jchn sttr.ti.aa ot
Victori*. B. C. occupation tMcL*r. intend to
���pply for pennusion to purcbut Uv loliowinj
d��cru*J lands:
Conunencinc at a pott plutM U chaina u utl
troir. the toutLeut corner of Lot j'Xv. tLcnc* 40
chains toutb, ttence to chaina wtvt, thenn 40
chains north, thence 4v chains ea*t to point of
ft;T.^.t-nce.*r.ent, containing 16o acres more or lew-
LAL'l'HIJVN John suasahas
I>ated AprU IT, 1911.
Pub. Ma>- 6.
BkMM Und District���District cf Cusiax
Take notice that I, i*.un L. Mitchell ot i'rince
Rupert, tl. C. ^ee-ipauon bookkeeper, intend to
apply  for  permission to  purer.as*  the  followins
acaenbed lands.
Commer.etnc at a poet planted about (5) five
tr.ilea south and tl) one mile *ett of the forka ot
UM Unite and Klat mtra, tbence north KI cnains
tbence �������; 10 chaina mot* or less, thenoe nortn , ltrRC�� maX s0 ctMTtt   lheaw ^t,  S0 chains.
ii cnains mor* or leaa to point of commencement > thfnce ��nt *u chains
ccntaimng Uuacrta mere or less.       _____ r_    Dated April Is, 1*11.        JOHN L. MITCHELL
Da-^iMsjrch 31,1*11    LLDuN fe. DLTWIUR   i^b. Ma> U Francis a. iWrn, A��nt
I ub. AprU 15 John CampbeJ. Agent
si.w:.a Land Dutnct���Distnct ol C
Take r.wtice ti.at 1 Irai.cu .s. 1'rnton of Prince
Uupert,  b. C, occupation prvspecter,  intend  U
apply  for  permission to  purchase  tne  foUo*in|
deacribed lands:
Commencing at a poat planted about three
miles aouth and t*o mtlea ��f*t of tbe forka ol
the White and Flat rivers, ttence south *o cbains
thenc* east bu chains, thence north eu chains,
thence wt*t cu chains.
Dated April 20. Ull.     FRANCIS S. TRESTON
i'ub If��y u
skeena Land District���District of Coast Range I
Taae not c* that 1. Jo* Jack of Fr.rce K- p;rt.
It. C occupation carpentvr, intend to apply for
permission to purchase tb* foUowing daeeribed
lands;
Commencing at a post planted about tbrec^and
one-half miles diatut in a ��outb weaterly dirvctior,
(rom a bUnd aluugb from Obsarvatory inlet wbere
tbe same touches the Indian Reserve thence ea*.
f0 chans. thence ">itb so chains, thenc* ��wtM
chains, tbence south so chains to point of com*
mencement, containing 64o acrea more or leaa.
Dated April U, Ull. JoK JACK
Pub. May IS.
Skeena Land District���District of Coast Range &
Take notice that I. UtU Hsll Kenney of Var-
moutn. Nova Scotia, occupation married woman.
intend to apply for permission to purchase the
following deacribed lands:
Commencing at a pott planted at north east
corner of T. L Lot IftSt, thenoe raining weet 4l<
cnaim, thenc* north 10 cnains, tr.eno* eaat 4o
cbains, thenc* south w> chains to place of commencement containing BtS acree more or lesa.
My poet ia on south east corner of land applit-d
for, marked letters S. K., about one mile waat ot
Lake Lakelse, south side of Skeena nver Di'tnct
of Coaat Kange 6.
Dsted AprU -��, Ull.     BKLL HALL KBKNBY
PBb. Mti 13. John ii�� . :t;.. Agent
Skeena Land Dutnct���District ol
Ta** notioe that i-red  W. li.ri.-;: <A tut*.'
kalum, occupaUon farmer, inter, li  to gpi .
permission  to   purcbw   tne   fo.. ���*. .,_   ���
ItndM
Commencing at a p*u. plantel  a*.  I
east turner of     A. McL��j1's pr*-ompti
ii) chains south, tnence lu ahll&l Mit, *
cnains north, tnenoe 10 cnaitu ww.
commeneement conuining JO acre* *r.
Dated Apnl 10,1311. PRIBDR1CH W,
Pub. Apnl i'i. Fred Ham;:
Skeena Land Dutrict���Distnct of Cout Karg�� j
Take notic* thu 1, Frank Hicks ti Port m"
tington,   occupation   merchant,   intend  to   ��; ���
(or permission; o purchase tbe toaOWittf iteatow
ianda:
Commencing at a post planud en thi -
bank of tbe Escbumsi^a River and about I .-
miles from its comlui-nce with the SkMDt ..,���������'
tnence bo chains west, thence &0 cnsiM
tnence bO cnains east, thence south IQ c:._.__
to point of commencement, containing Ci. sen*
morv or leea.
Dated AprU 21, Ull. FRANK HICKS
Pub. April 2��.
Skeena Land Dutrict���District of Coast
Take notice that WUliam MeTavuh of VlM��
var, B  C. occupation phyaicuut, intends to *;;.,.
(or permission to purchase th* foUowing detent
lands:
Commencing at a poat planted at the Mttthim
corner, 40 chains nonb and 40 chains Mil ���
northeast corner ol Lot lilt), Harvey, bum/,
Coast District, lUnge 5. thance ��jo c:.��.\- tux
tbence GO chalna north, tbence bu chs:ru ����t,
tbence 60 chains south to poat of commercestat
containing 36U acres more or leas.
Dated May i, Ull. WILLIAM A. MtfTAVlSB
Pub. May 6. Fred VV. HohWr, Ageot
Skeena Land Dutrict���District of Coast Range 6
Take notice that Lettie MeTavuh of VtMl IMT(
U. C, occupation married woman, Inuroi to
apply for permission to purcbare the M |
deeenbed lanls:
Commencing at a post planted at th-
waat comer 100 cbalna east and 2o chaint r.ortn
(rum tba northeast corner of Lot UK, lUr.<; i
Survey, Coaat Distnct,Rang* 5,tbenee 10 cna:-i
aouth, thenc* SO cbains east, thence SO ebair.i
north, thenc* 40 chains weit, thence 60 cbatu
���outh, tbence 40 chains wost to poet of comma*
cement, containing 4vu acrea more or l��s.
Dated May 8. UU. LOTTIE MeTAVI.-H
I'ub. May 6. Fred W. Boh.er. AgMt
bkeena Land Dis trict���Diatrict of Coaat Range S
. - ��� notice tnat Mn. L. C. Putnam of ��t
Paul, MinneaoU, occupation earned woman
intend* to apply for permission to purchase the
following caaaiDed land*:
Commencing at* post planted at the southwest
corner cf Lot No. I'.i marked Mrs. L. C. Putnam's
nortneaa; corner, thence west 40 cnains, thence
south Su chains thenc* east 40 chains, thence
nctth bO chains to post of commencement, con
'.A.nmg HQ scree more or leM.
Date: Marcn 20 Ull. MRS, U C. PUTNAM
Pub. Apnl IS. Geo. R. Putnam Agen
Skeena Land Dirtrict���District of Caasiar
Take notice that 1, Alfred Kyle ot Princ* Rupert,   B.   C,   occupation   electrician,   intend   to
-���._.*.*   (or permission  to  purchase the  following
ceacr.L-ed lands:
( ommencing at a post p.anted about >3, three
n.uea aoutn of tbe forks of the Whiu and Flat
riven, thence su cnains south, thenee to chains
east, thence 90 chains north, thenc* 60 chains
waat.
uated April IS, Ull. ALFRED KYTE
I Pun. Mu* 13. Francis S. Preaton, Agent
Bkoi Bl Lar.j DUtrict���Dutnct of Caaaiar
. _____ notice tnat 1, James Miliar Johnston o!
Su -*-r:. B. C.. occupation storekeeper, inUnd to
apply  for  permiasion   to  purchase  the   foUowing
aesenber. lands:
1     r.Tvencir.g at a port  planted about one mue
I   rU Irom the   Naas nver and about nine tnQtt
;.<��� forks of the Naas nver, thence north w
���*.'��,  tnence west 60 chains, thenoe south bo \
chains, thence eas: so chains to point of commencement, containing ��.tu acres more or leas.
JAMES MILLAR JOHNSTON
Dated March 24, Ull.  Frank Sidney Wright, Agt
I'-���- May 17.
Skeena Land District -Dutnct of Caavlar
Ta�� notice tnat 1,   Bertie   Edwin   Badger
Stewart,  B.  C, occupation  plumber,  inund
of MtMna Land Dutrict -District ol Caasiar
.,,       Take notice that  I, Jsmai  Dunlop of  I'rince
.j   tor permission  to  purchase  the  following! R��P��t.   B.   C,  occupation  teamster,   intend   to
learnbed lands: ! *t-P'>   tor permiuiun to  purchase  the  following
'.ommencing at a post planted about o.-.e mi* t dMcnb��d lands:
nonh ot th* Naa* river and about Mven milei! Commencing at a poit planted about two mU��
*'K,.e tbe forks of the  Nau  Ri\*r  upitream. . ���oulh u* the funis of tie \V hite and Hat rivers,
T.enee  north   su  chains,  thenee east   SO ehaifiS,   thence  north  iy) chains, thenc* wmi  bu chains
IhoMt south oO chaius. thencc west -0 chains to ��� ^eno* aouth su chains, thence ea��t *o cnaina.
NO.  63
Utttl In thi  Helgen>on Block
Every Tuesday Evening
F. M. DAVIS VoiK
Oanaral Uiwhlnt Shop and Shlp'i
f'arp''-,���������:;��� i:. A.-,, aifi-rt! fur Fair-
tianlts-Morse a-,.! Knox QatotllM
Engine?. Otaolina Engines and Ac-
ce��sorie�� carri-d in stock.
Uu.cl.n .nd Bo.I. In, H.r.   N.E. end of Wh.rf
All   n-aemi'i-rs  of   the  order in the city
are r* (jU-Mtl ; *o visit the lodge.
G. S. JOHNSTONE. N. G.
H   MnRTON. SaeraUurv,
of   c-irnmenc.-r.tnt.   contftir.ing   bio   icm
BIRTH ROWIM aBaUKJBR
lJ.te<i M.rth 23. 1!>U .   Kr.nk silr..> Wrwr.1, Am
f'ajb M.y 17.
Sk-een. L.ad DUtrict ��� iJUtrfct of Co.it IUn.e ���
T.ke notice tn.t A'.pj.nler Mclnto.h of \.n
couver, li C. occjp.tion re.l eit.'.e broker
intend, to .ppi>- for permiMion to purchaue tbe
fcUo.ir.g dwenbed l.ndi:
Corameradnf .t . [.-.,: planted to chain, Kauth
from th, ..-;.��-.- corner of Lot Mb, thence N
cn.lrj south, thenc. 4'J chain, wnt, thenc *i0
ch.ini north, thence 40 chain, tut to point of
commencement eontaininf s.'j acre, more or It**.
Dated AprU 1". 1S.11.
ALKXANDKK McINTUSH
Pub. May 6
Daud AprU li, MIL
"ub. hltA    .
JAM!..-  DL.NLtir
Francia S. 1're.ton. Aaent
C-out lUnf. 6 Luid Dutrict
i.'.e DutlC. Ua.t 1, Juhn 11.; I an. ot Kit-
.. ai- ... ..;._ occupation farmer, intend to apply
for permlalon to pitfchaj. the loltowna aleacribel
l.nda:
Commwcir.g at . poet planted at tb. northed
corner of Lot yjoA. thenc. eaat 2u chain., thenca
���outh  *u chain., lh.r,c  wat -u ch.ne,  th��ncc
north 40 chain, to place o, coinmencem.nt-
Dated March 18, lift 1. JUHN  Ml.Mill,?.
I'ub April 16.
As tiie -..taw of the city'* troubles, the Provincial Government
o( hriti-ii Columbia, ihould not In- overlooked.
SAVOY : HOTEL
PRASBR AND FIFTH STREET
THP. ONLY   ^��������inWm(ottwm,   ���   ROf)MH
BoomS 5��>c rv;,RN,8H,", Ho,:;r,0NNnw vANr<,uvFR
rHqWt   ����� P. O.  BOX  126
Prudhomme & Ft.W        -    T"     Proprietor.
Church Services
F1KST PRE.SBYTKI.IAN Cllt'RCH
<.*���.*,... e,er> Sunday In the
1 ���  I rf.. Theatrf. 11 a.m.  anai
i "      9 in !ji>   Bi i-a-al and
HIM�� Clan at IM p. m.
KEV  1. W. KKKR. M A Pastor
THE   FIRST   RAPT1ST   CHURCH
���IAD a I a BMTM it.
Service, ev. ry Sinday nt 11
..m. and IM |-m. I inday
Schrva]   2.3fi   p. m. Ilaraia
Hlbfc Cla>. '! p.m.
REV  W  II  McLEOI) II.AS.D.    1'AJTOR
TIIE FIRST UBTHOD1BT CRUKCfl
IIITWF.CN 'F.KTIir. ��T. AMI Un.l AW.
S-aarvir.a.  .vrry  Sunda)-  at   11
�� m    and ; ,��i p.m.     Sunday
8ch.nl at *_:ti p.m,
REV.C. R. SING. B.D. 1'A.ToR
SALVATION   ARMY CITADEL
T"P op .urn  htkii t
Sunalay Service. 11
��. m.. 3 p. m., s p.m
Sunday School 1 n la
m. Public S...i,,.
Monday,    Wcin^awiHj-,
Thursday. Satam|ay at
" P.m. KverylKKly welcome.
ENSKiN JOHNSTONE, c. m i.ii orn.p.a
F. W. HART
OMSBRTAKSR 4-  E.MBAI.MER
.STOCK   COMPLETE
I skeer.a Land DUtrict-Diatrict ol Cout lUni[> I
| Take noiico that ller^y Macartney of Prince
I Rufa-n, li. c* occupation miner, intend, to apply
i for ptariniaiiun to purchaaa tbe following d-wenbeai
land, a
Commencing at  a poet  planted on thc iouth
I sii. ot tichumalkj Kiver, about ii 1-il mile, from
Take notice tna;  I.  Percy  Francia  Godenrath I lu confluence with the Skeena River and aboul
,>*.,rt' ���' occul'��tion jourr.aliit   intend to [ 1-2 ��.,!���� weat from fcachumaika rapid., thence hu
'  |[2r, permiaaion  to purchaa.  the foUowing | ehairj  north,  th��nce 40 chum .ut,  thence HO
___M agum. therm (o chaina weat lo point o.
Skeena Land Diitrict���Diatrict of Caasiar
skeana Land Diatrict���Diatrict oi Cout Ran,-, i
"Ttk* notio. thtt Grace klcTavuh. of Var.eoa,.r.
B.C.. occupation marrwd wom.n, inter, la ta .;,...
for pvuibwloa to purehau tb. foUo.iag <_*-_-.���_.
land.:
Commencinf .t . poat planud at th* MatnNMt
cornw 100 chain. ���-.�� uid M chaina r.or.r. ot
lb. Dorthuat corner of Lot HI'S, Uanas ' *-*t*f,
Cout Duutct, Ring. :���. tlwne. 40 chaina ,ut,
thrac. SO cnaina nor.h. th.nc 40 *___* >������'..
ther.ce M) chun. Muth to poat of commummKi
containing J-0 acre. mor. or Imt*.
D.ted M.y 2. 1911. GRACE McTAVlSH
Pub. Maw G. Fred W. Bohlw. Agest
Skeea. L��nd Diatrict���Dialrici of Caai.ar
T.k.  nouot  tb.t   I,  Chariu   M.  Kr-ouae o
Pnnce Rupert. B. C, occupation farmer, *****
lo apply tor pwmiuion to purchue tr.e la.. -. .-
alMcnt.d lar.aia:
Commencing .t . [Mat planted about I lani
mii�� afauth and i'i) two nulea wet ol '.:*-!> ra if
Whit, rival and Flat rii.r, th.se. aou'.h U chama.
tbuic. ��ct t>" ch.uii. thenc. north ,0 ehaltt
::.*nc eut eO chain..
Daud April ^il. Ull. CHARLES M. KM
I'ub. M.y 13. Francia B. Praaton, Agent
Skteh. Land Diatrict��� Dlatnr. o. Cout Range i
Take not c. th.t Murdock McUae of Vancoum
B. C, occupalion raal wau broker, lataadi to
���pply for pavmiaaion t: purehu. th. toUowtn,
deacribed l.nda:
Commer.cing .1 . oet plaDtel vc ihe Ku.h
b.nk of Eatbumaik. river .bcut t*t BUM from
,ti cuhduenar. with th. SkMn. nvar, ittr.e. 40
cb.ina wut, thenc. 20 chuna north. **_*** 40
chuna *��t, tbanc. 40 chain, north, thencv 40
ch.ina cut, thsne. 20 chun. aouth, ttence 40
ch.ina eut, thane. 40 ch.ina aouth to poin
commencement, containing 320 ac* v
D.ud April 21. Ull. MUBDOCK HaBAI
Pub. M.y U.
Sknn. Land Diatriet���Distriet of Curia
T.k. notio. that  I.  laaae O'Bner.  1  : ..    '
Princ. Rupert, B. C, occupation OBfpMMI
to .pply for perniiaaior. lo purch-au lh. '.... *.t4
decribed l.nda:
Commencing .1 . poat planted .bout Bl R mm
aouth .nd on. mile weat of lh. forka 11 t.-e'Afcjt��
aud Flat river,, thenc. north 80 cha:r.i.
wut  so chaina, tbence aouth (o cr....-���. ���-<:"
eut SO ehaina. _  . .
D.ted April IS. nil. ISAAC O'URILS lOKBLJ
Pub. Mu 13. Frencu S. Traatoa. Ag��:t
.-keen. Und DUtriet���Distriet >< (  _*
T.k. notic that Gl.nn McArthur .< ** -
B. tm, oceupation rwd  eat.t. ager.t
apply  for {a-ermiaaloa  to  purchaa. lb. M       I
decribed l.nda:
Commencng .t a poet plantad 40 eaa m wig
Ud hO chalna aouth A th. aou'.l.w,,-. I BB ���
Lot No. I"W mwked Glenn UaAltl -: ��� '***���*���
a.al ca��rn.r. th*nc* wuth 40 cta-n. *.:A-*t tmfl
.0 chains, ihence north to chun.. lata* *������
.0 chuns to post ol comm.nc.me:-t. eotta^cg
320 acraa mora or '.-mt. _   ....,_
D.t-sd Much 20, l��ll.       GLENN MeABiHllJ
Pub. AprU 1 i. T. O. Uiti. ittr
Skeen. Land Oltirict-Pistrlct of Ca,-. . -
Cout Dialrici .
Take notloe that Wm Le.hr .f 3
occupation Gov.rnment Guard, ll D
f->r p_r____*_ to purehu. lh. lollowing 3eKn^
e.1 l.nd.. .
C-amrnencina -t a \.mt plante.1 4"
and li' chain, aouth of the kiuthwe-
NolTil. ran*. I c.iaitali.lri.-t.n.-.r.-
N tt a-a>ncr. thence aoulh 4��'cha-: ���
���<i chains, thence n.rtli 4" chain., lh'
chaina to post of commencement.
acrea mi are aar lesa.
WM. LESLIE
T. D. Laird.   *M*
Dju.al March .'.th. UU
Puh. April Uth. 1D11
Skeena Und .Uistriet-District of Queen  >.artoU��
laiands
Tak. notioe that G��>. II. L��ui ol Pita*   ���
B. C, occup.tion barber, inunl. to ���
permiaaion   to   purchaa.  th.   follo.mi
lan-is:
Utile's NEWS Agency
Magazine-! :: I'erinJicala :: Newspaper*
CIGARS   ::  TOBACCOS ::  FRUITS
G.T.r. WHARF
>C CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Agents
Orderi promptly filled.   Prices reasonable.
OFF1CE-H. B. RochMtCT. Centre St.     Phon. 6B.
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
1        EnRlinh and American BtUUrftfl
Twelve Tables Second Ave,
< dueribed tandj:
' Commencing at a post pUr,ted on the n*M I
I bank of the Nau nver about seven mUes above
, lhe forks of the Naas river, tfct-nee aouth W chains,
ther.ce weit HO chains, thence north tu chains
i thence east 80 chains to puint of commencement! i
I containing 640 aerw more or less.
I'LKCY FRANCIS GODLNRATH
Dated Mare   25, mi.  Frank Sidney Wright, Art ;
I'ub. May IT.
LAND LEASE NOTICE
commencement,   ,-*.--..:i:,g   >_>>   acre,   more
law.    Poat marked   'U.M. LW. cor."
Daud April SGI, ��U.     HSNBY MACARTNEY
Pub. Awil Hi.
.Skeena Land Diatrict ���Dutrict of'. aaaiar
Take  notioe  that  1.  Mary  Carta  of     uawart,
B. C, -occuayalion toarned wouaan, intend to apply
lor uern.iaaiou to purcbaw tli. loUowing da��erlb��|
land:
Commeneing at  a  poat  planteal  tao   Z)  milea
aouth and it/ two miles wart of the forks of the
nclng .1 s post plsnted *******   ����
i souw mKim '"ues mm, oi u.e lorks ol the   mile, aouth .nd (2) two mile, wwt "I   \' '","
I White .nd  Flat  n.era, tbence N ch.ini north,   ���f White and Flat rl.-er,. thenc M chsina soil"
thence  M chain, wwt, tbence M chains south. ' ihence ��u chains we��t,  thsne. ��0 chsin. nc
st  .  poat  pl.nt��d  tooitl ����������
and on. mile MaU from th
mile,
of Sunly Cr��k, Naien Harbor, thence > -
chains, thenc weat 40 chains, thence Mn
chain... thance east 4d ch.ins. ,   , ..\
Kat��l Mveh IT. 1911. ���     OEO.lt   ..UJ
Pub. Aortl 22. Numa Demer-. *_**
Skeena Land District���District of I ������� "     ,
Take notlc. Ih.t  I, Urenton Jordor. Mool.   ,
Princ. Rupert, U. C, occup.tion eontrsc        -'  ���
to .pply for pwmlsaion to purchue ����� <*-
dwrltxid l.nd.:
Comme
thenoe rm chain, east
D.ted April I , .ill
Pub. May lo.
thenc. 80 chains cast.
MARY CABIN    |���~""-���-t8ta��W MBDOH MO^j
Skeen. Und Diatrict-District of Cout """ "" " '"cU b' 1're*t<,n' A�����t ' ��������<��> Apr" 20. 1911.      Francis S. Ittu*. A!
Tske notice that William MurJord .    Princ I : ''ub- M��' ,3-
Rupert,   U.   C,   occupation   proepeetor    inUnda !        okwna Land DUtrict-District ol Coaat
to  apply  for  permission  to  leaa,  the 'folowl.g |     T.ke   notice  that   1.   WUUaa   Mei-.ilie  Coriey ' ,.-   ....
doscribed lands: I ol   ToroUO,   Ontar.'.,   occupatio-.   wlk,   mundl        Skeen. Und Dtatrict���t"stric|lei ' *   *���-tol
Commer.cing st a post planted about 100 chain. I fJ .-.-l-ly lor permission lo pa^clia-re the lolloaing i     Tak. notlc. th.t  I, Jam..  Webster '-,>'_ ,",���
aouth of the Indian liwr.n on tbe eaat side ol l deacnt*! Isi.ala. *   Suwan, ll.C, occupation    auctioneer, liner    ���
Uooase Hay and on the east side ol th. peninsula |     Commsncing .1 *l*m Klanud .t the northwwt ! "Pply for inrmWra to   purch.se   the   ion"
alawcribed lamls: .        ,.. ...hi
Commencing  at  a  post  pUnted on tne ,m
b.nk ol the Naaa nver about nine miW "'   ^
the lorka of th. Naas river, thenre south      r-���
thenco wert  PO chains, thene. north "'.'.-.,
Dsud AprU OJ��k.u    ���_, ,., th.nc. .an 80 ch.ln. to point of commence-rr
V. ILL 1 AM    MELVILLE CoRLEV
Pub. April 29. ���".**.*
...... occup.tion
Commencing st a -*M planud at the northweat ' apply tor permission to   purcha
thencc south so chains along shore, thenc. weet | 0'rr.er ol Lol aOji Ua-ig   '. coa.t Dutrict, thence , 'li��crtb-ed lamls:
40 chaina to Go-ose Ray, thenc. north along ahor.   taat W cbains, tbence north 4'i cf-.i:.,. tl,��r.ce west '     Commeneing  at  a  post  planted
b'-l chains, thence west 40 chains more or 1	
port, contsining 320 acre, more or lam
, Dated March 8. 1911.       WILLIAM MLNEORD
Pub. April 15.
Al chalna to Hell. GaU .l'u_,,, u,.tl_m along
alough aoutherly to point of commencement con
uining lf>0 acres more or baas.
Skeena Land Dlstricl���Diatriet of Co��t
Tak.  notice that   Hume  Uablngton  of  Prince
Rupert. U.C., occupation maaur mariner, intends   Skwna Und District���District of Ouean Chariotu
to  apply  for  iiermission  to  leas.   th.  following Island, "...nott.
dcscrilMxl lands: Take notio. that  J. II. Murphy/,! V,neou��.,
Commencing at a po�� planted about 100 chains I 11.  O.  occupation  commercial  trav,;',.    _______
.outh of thc Indian Rewrve on th. eut aid. of   to apply for pwmlssion to purchaa tne'|j||���win.
(""T ft* on lhe <Mt 'I-*" "' *��� "enlnsula thence   aiewrilwl lands:
north 100 chains along shore to the Reserve line,
thence weat 60 chains more or lew tn Ooow llay
thence   100  ehalns   along  shore,   thenee  eaal  -So
, m���;*0J',1ore * ***--��� *o Post, contsining 640 aerw
G^lsSm 8. WIL HUME BABINGTON
thenee ��ast 80 eh.in. lo I
containing G10 acres more or less. -.nt \*i
JAMES ?WWMgJh . jut
Iwl March 24, 1911
I'ub. M.y IT.
Frank Sidney Witt*
I.Alt
1 Pub- April 16.
Commencing  at   a  poat   plantM   .bout   aeven
miloa wMt and one mil. .outh Irom  the  muuth
of Sunly Creak. Naden Harbor, thenc. north hii   "'j'"fT"." ","" ""*"_
chair* thenc. wwt  10 chains,  then-  wnth  *n    ,ml  hJ^1  '_���������*��� '*"""' '""..   _\ _____ I*"*"*
chains, ihenc. e��st 40 c    ina lh  *"    ����"<  M '*>*l**:  th.nc. north  80 chstns.
fSkeen. Und Dlstricl -Disirict iJ      ;���,���,
Tak. nolle, lhat I, Sydney Fltsger.lal   I    *
II. C, occupation cook, Inlend to ��ppl>  ' ','^,
mission lo purehu. th. following <*^"<"!.��� m[H
Commencing al a post planteal .iioui      w|]it,
souih and on. mile ol the gJJJ thpnc��
Dated March IT, 1911.
Pub. April 22.
eut 80 chains.
J       I,        ata     ..,.,,..    '   **m*    "O    CliaillS.
Num. I.' Ri '"  i "***6 A'"" ����. WH
"""" -*mm_ Ag.nt I Pub. May 18.
SYDNEY mWmSl
FrancU S. Preston, Ar T H E i'D A I L Y    NEWS
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(CROWN GRANTED)
Section  9
Township 1
Range 4
NECHACO VALLEY
PRICE:-$15.00 PER ACRE,  EASY   TERMS
This is an excellent section and was one of the first to be
staked in the Valley.
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers and Financial Agents, Prince Rupert
Royal Bank of Canada
Head Office: MONTREAL. Established 1869.
Capital, $6,200,000
Surplua, $7,200,000
Total Aaaeta, $92,500,000
Savings Bank Department, $1 will open an tccount.
BtuebM throughout Canada and Banking Connections with all parts of the
United States.
Agente throughout thc 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 eaay terms.
SKCTION ONE
Hlock
10
11
11
12
18
18
Lote Block
6-7-9-10    19
1-2-3-4-5-6    19
9-10    20
22    34
21-22    34
SECTION ONE SECTION ONE
Lota  27 42-43
SECTION FIVE
1-2
27
3-4
15-16
19-20
37-38
42
9-10
Block
9
18
Lote
22
22-23
For prices, terms and particulars, apply to
W. S. BENSON,
Second Avenue
AGENT
Atlantic Realty & 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.
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^o
Cut laill-SSSBtS three-
cylinder type " Frisco
Standard" Gasoline
Enal... sizes 26 h.p. lo
126 h.p.       :       :       :
Quick delivery of .11
���Ilea from 4 h.p. alnal.
cylinder upward..
-AGENTS
��-. -Aiicnio-
Kupert Marine Ironworks & Supply Co.
Dllloe Phone: Blue r.-1 P.O. Box 616 Work, on Wharf: Phon. 811
"au, squirm in ram shop accemoriks iahwki.
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MUSSALLEM & COMPANY
���Good   Fresh   Groceries  at   City Prices.
We have just received a new line of
Shirtwaists, Underskirts, Shawls and
Neckties which we will sell at cut
prices for a few days only.     :     :     :
r��   Ke'idcnt. of Sections S, 6,  7 and   8--We deliver promptly,
**    "*>* Rood, are fresh, at prices not to be beaten In the city   i   i
lilipW
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i - THE COSY CORNER =
j     DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY  TO   THE  INTERESTS  OF  WOMEN     j
1 I
This is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the Indies of Prinee Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed thut "The
Cosy Cerner" will fill a social need.
A CHARMING DANCE
Entertainment in Honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Nelson was a Great
Success.
Mclntyre Hall was the Bcene
cf a brilliant assemblage last night
upon the occasion of the complimentary dance tendered to Mr.
and Mrs. Nelson by a number of
gentlemen, The hall was prettily
decorated with lla^s and streamers,
the floor in perfect condition and
the music by Gray's orchestra
quite up to the usual standard.
Delicioi.s refreshments were served
at midnight, after which dancing
was continued until a late hour.
Some very handsome costumes
were notices, of which a few of
the most striking wire: Mrs.
Nelson in a beautiful gown of
old gold Chiffon over taffeta, heavily embroidered with blue and
silver and touched with gold sequins, with diamond and sapphire
ornaments; Mrs. McMaster wore
her wedding gown of ivory satin
en traiii with amethyst and pearl
ornaments; Mrs. Tremayne was
much admired in hyilerangea pink
chiffon and white lace with pearl
ornaments; Mrs. Pillsbury looked
extremely well in Nile green satin,
with bodice garniture of French
bead work in Opalsecent shades;
Mrs. Vernor Smith had a smart
imported gown of old gold satin,
with exquisite bolero ornamentation of Persian embroidery; Mrs.
Christie had a lovely gown of
apricot satin with bertha of steel
sequins; Mrs. F. McB. Young
was much admired in white voile
and Irish lace; Mrs. Bullock-
Webster made a pretty appearance
in a dainty Empire gown of shell
pink and chiffon; Mrs. Lamont
had a prjtty gown of black net
relieved with touches of pink;
Mrs. Roberson had a sweet frock
of pink chiffon; Mrs. McLennan
wore a very handsome gown of
black net and lace; Mrs. Naden
looked well, in a pretty flowered
organdie gown, with emerald and
diamond ornaments; Mrs. Ward
looked charming in a lovely gown
of ivory satin and chiffon; Mrs
Craig had a smart gown of white
crepe de chine, with French over-
jacket of handsome lace; Mrs.
McNeill had a striking gown of
black sequins, combined with black
velvet with bertha of cream lace,
ornamented with pale pink ribbon
embroidery; Mrs. Morris had a
dashing costume of pale blue satin
with heavily embroidered bodice
garniture; Mrs. Palmer was a
dainty figure in pale blue satin
and lace; Mrs. Bondeau looked
extremely well in |>earl gray chiffon;
Mrs. Mcintosh wore a handsome
combination of black net and silk;
Others present were Mrs. Patmore, Miss McMaster, Miss Brown
Miss Craig. Miss Martin, Miss
Kllot, Miss Dunn, Miss Dlldsie
Dunn, Miss Brodie Dunn, Miss
Blackburn, Miss Thomson, Miss
Monica Creen(Victoria), Miss Mil-
ligan, Miss Johnstone, Miss Drummond, Miss Pinder, Mr. Pillsbury,
Mr. Crippen, Mr. Fmmerson, Mr.
Pitcain, Mr. Cambie, Mr. Warton,
Mr.   Reitchel,   Mr.   F.   Reitchel,
A HANDSOME BLOUSE
The semi-nuule kimona blouse
is a boon to the woman who
desires handsome effects but cannot afford the finished garments.
All-over lace is one of the favorite
materials for the separate blouse
as well as chiffon, and an unusually dainty design which brings
out the beauty of the lace is shown
in thc sketch. The bolero effect is
very smart and the arrangement
of the band trimmings new and
effective.
Dr. Tremayne, Dr. McNeill, Mr.
Vernor Smith. Mr. Nelson, Mr.
McMaster, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Harrison, Mr. (iambic, Mr. Ward,
Mr. Titus, Mr. Karl Dunn, Mr.
Edwards, Mr. Ferguson, Mr. Christie, Mr. Newcombe, Judge Young,
Mr. McLennan, Mr. Craig, Major
Gibson.
Miss Monica Green of Victoria,
is the guest of her sister Mrs.
Ward.
EARL   GREY   NOT   COMING
Has Announced to Lieut. Go.v
Paterson  His   Inability  to
Come.
^Victoria, June 9.���Earl Grey
has advised Lieutenant Governor
Paterson that hc cannot visit
British Columbia prior to his
departure from Canada.   -
New Blouses
-IN-
Chiffons, Silks
..and   Satins..
IN ALL THE LEADING SHADES
These    are   goods   just   received
from the centres of fashion together with
HANDSOME SILK DRESSES, MUSLINS, WHITEWEAR, ETC.
MRS. S. FRIZZELL
Sixth Sin-*l
Phon* Black  184
1 YOU CAN SAVE MONEY B
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EVERYTHING  YOU  NEED IN
GROCERIES    AND    PROVISIONS
FROM US
P
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We have just received new
shipments of all lines. Over
100 kinds of Table Biscuits
carried  in  stock. :
D
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h Stalker & Wells m=___ ��
Corner 2nd Ave. & McBride
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Phone 187      $
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Robin Hood
The Great Flour
of
Greater Canada
Your Dealer Hat ll
To Lease
Lots
22, 23, 24, 25
17
24
14
7, 8
Hlock
8
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35
14
Section
1
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6
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Second Ave,
Limited.
Prince Rupart, B.C.
*,.*m.**\.*K.**.***..0*.**..*\.*\.**..**..**..*
p:u:u:u:��:u:;;:��:u:u:u:u:;
The Digby Rooms |?
Located on Sixth Ave., near Fulton      g*\
i
ThlN to five in i n ni ft* from centre of buiineti dintrict. Nine-
teen newly furniohecl roornn.
Hot and cold water, bath and
telephone. Newly furnlihed.
Under new management.
1NVITKD
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tFRED. STORK!
���General Hardware ���
Builders' Hardware
��   Valves & Pipes
4 Graniteware
ll
Oxford Stoves
Tinware
SECOND - AVENUE
il
������oeaBcwaoa���oooooQcc
OPTICAL GOODS
We have a complete lint of
Lenses, Field Glasses, Mineral Glasses, Compasses
and   Aneroid  Barometers.
R. W. Cameron & Co.
Official Watch Inspectors
for the G.T.P.
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue.
PHONG 82
B���wbb���awawacwpcw
PRINCE RUPERT INN
AND
ANNEX
Owned ami operated by tlie
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway on
the American and European plan.
Excellently furnished, with
steam heat, electric light, and all
modern conveniences, being absolutely first-class in every respect.
The appointment! and service
are  equal   to  nny   hotel  on   the
coast.
Rates: $1 to $3.50 per day.
G. A. Sweet, Manager.
f t:
sERoyal Hotel
Cor. Third Avenue and Sixth St.
The Finest Roomi.
The best equipped
ntxl stenm heated.
Hot ami cold tutths.
Dinlnir room and
restaurant  '  :       :
IZ
Corley & Burgess, Props
Double Weekly Service
S.S. PRINCE GEORGE
For Stewart, Sundays,  8.00 a.m.
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Mondays, at 8 a.m.
' ia. Prince Albert sails for I'ort   Simpson, Naas River l'oints, Masset,
Naden Harbor,   every   Wednesday, 1.00 p.m.
and fvr:
RefQge Hay,   Skidegate,   -Queen
Charlotte City,   Lockeport,   I'a-
coli, Jedway,   Ikeda Bay,   Rose
Harbor  and  return  via   Queen
('harlotte City every  Saturday,
1.00 p.m.
The  Grand Trunk Railway System
Connecting with trainB from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains over its
double   track  route  between  Chicago,
Toronto,   Montreal,   Quebec,   Halifax,
Portland, Koston, New York and Philadelphia.    Information  and tickets  obtainable from the oflice hereunder mentioned.   Trans-Atlantic bookings by all
lilies arranged.
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT ANU PASSENGER AGENT
New
Knox
Hotel
BESNER & BESNER,  Proprietors
The New Knox Hotel is run on the European
plan. Ftrst>claM service. All the Latest Mwlerti
improvements. -:-:- BEDS 60c UF
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
Windsor Hotel
FIRST AVENUE AT EIGHTH STREET
Newly Furnished and
Steam Heated Rooms
A  I'lltST   CLASS BAR   AND   DINING
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATES 60 CENTS AND UP
BATHS   FREE   TO   CUEST8
ROBT. ASHLAND
P.O. BOX 37
1836 1911
The Bank of
British North America
A Strong British Bank, wills
Connections Throughout the
World.
Foreign Drafts
Agents in Canada for the Colonial Bank, London and West
Indies. We havesjiccial facilities
for handling business with Great
Britain and foreign countries.
Drafts on France, Germany,
South Africa, Australia, Nc.v
Zealand, India, China, Japan an I
West Indies bought and bold.
Maca Rupert Breach���
r. ���. LONG.   Manager.
������
Grand Hotel..
WORKWOMAN'S HOME
Spring Hiils. dean White Sheets  25c
Rooms  50c
BEST  IN   TOWN   FOR   THE   MONEY
J. GOODMAN. Proprietor
Georgetown
Sawmill Co. Ltd.
Lumber
and
Mouldings
A large stock of dry finish-
ing lumbnr on hand. Uoat
lumber a specialty. Delivery
made at short notice.
Our priceB are as low as any.
Call on us before ordering.
OFFICE:
Cor Centre St. and First Ave.
S.S. COMPANY OF 8. C. Ltd
The new steel Passenger Steamer
"Camosun"
Canadian Pacific Railway
B.C. Coast Service
t  Famous  Princess  Line
5.3. Princess May
���satis for���
ViKouvtr, Vklnis   ind   Seattle
Monday, June 12, at 9 a.m.
J. G. McNab - General Agent
Coast to Coast
OCEAN TO OCEAN
Tickets   To   All   Points
ROGERS' Steamship and
Railway Agency
Second Ave.
Phone 116
SjJjNLANgER
... FOR...
HAZELTON
SUNDAY, JUNE 11th
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester   -   Agent
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second avenje and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
MUNRO   &   LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS -:-  AUD110R8
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 28��
Prince Kupert P.O. Box 351
AM 111 11 CARSS, C. V. BKNNKTT, B.A.
<il British Columbia of B.C.. Ontario, 8as-
Rlaal   Mural!-al. ,  |l;,|-f kStctlPWRn     ftllll    Al
berta Hnrs.
CARSS A BENNETT!
BARRISTERS,  NOTARIES,  ETC.
OHW    I'ti laaaa ,-.��� block, cnrner Third avenue snd
Sixth street. Prince RunerL. 8
WM. S. HALL, L. U.S., U. D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All ala-aatll! operation* .kllfallla   lrnilta-1.     (111. Hltll
locul anasthstlr* administered fnr the painless extraction of t,a<a|h. ilnnsuluttnn free. OHIcm:
Helfterson Block. Pnnce Rupert. 11-12
leaves
Prince Rupert every Sunday
at 9 a.m. for Vancouver,
arriving Monday afternoon.
For Stewart City on arrival
from Vancouver Friday
night.
Northbound, leaves Vancou-1
ver Wednesdays at 9 p.m.
Alcx.M.Manson B.A-     W E Willl,.m..ii ... 1.1-11
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
I'rince Rupert, B.C
p. o. BOX 2.1
I'RINCE RUTERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OP SINGING
FUril.  OF   WM.   I aaXaa-,.   |   ....  �� .__. �� , M . ,"| I IN  . F.NIJ
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE    AOENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Steerage Fare
$5.00
SIXTH  STREET
PRINCE RUPERT
The "Camosun" is the only  steame
on the run having water-tight hulk-
heads and double bottom, thus en
soring safety of passengers in case
of collision or wreck.
J. H. Rogers, Ticket Agent.
I Fruit   :   Produce   :   Feed
WHOLESALE
H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave. THE    DA1L.Y    SEWS
FINE RESIDENCE TO GRACE FOURTH AVENUE Classified
���  Advertisements
Designed for Frank Mobley and to be Erected Immediately on Site Near Young
St.���Interesting New Features Planned���House Will Cost $8,000
.Another beautiful resdence ii ��� B this lead the entrances the bas ment to the kitcher. runs
to be added to Prince Rupert's I i row '-ing t*jot*-. ard a - ���-" and ..:���: sl ��� - are
already excellent Htt of fine homes, de rainscotted, and with provi the fireplaces. M lem
F. M( He) i- to build immediately '���- i . . g-room is a head - apparatus ii base-
on Fourth avei 'i nglhandsoi The tireplace ir. men) ���*��� ��� mfort
street. l'k;r.s for tl ������ ' :��� tin signed of specially of tl se u weather
W. I. Bark r pi for a hand- fir bricks of rich rough surface, her-, i
somi-   n rid               '        -��� -   -   .            pies   . ��� i '.;��� ���  rner *.* - laundrj         trying i    nu
.���ing room is planned Tv.   stairways lead tc die upper
: :     mfort a          iting appear- ���'.    -        his lesigned I - *\ .cious
--"'-   aj d a prett)   -��� wing
__. _ v.. , room.   Oi     stairway leads from
Convenient Kitchen .... , ,'       . ,
���  ��� r  fr rr.  the
A   Dui hen   planned  for recepti . Most modern is
--:':���-   ��� ��� r.venie-r.o: I      fitting planned for the bath-
k is a  feature of  the -    i is on the upper rlat.
-���-:   .        Ever     ii - required ir     Bale nies   and   va -   are
Or.e of the best =
There buyer ar-.
mor. jjrour..:.
rate to  a
Herr
seller, -���-.;
-. ��� .��� thi
nominal ���' '������
ii   .
tr* c.&j* r.e-i *-.'>-
ar] a BOtt X MMn
--���. r.i*x*-A*.*ir g-'.*' '���'* P'--"-   ��
:.* A-.i v-.Tur  A--.:*'- a"i tc-.a-..
_"'...- ;onT��fli��nee in roach or .t*ttf*-*tt* tm Mows wiw
'"-, -i-'* -_ word por :-.!*r-j.ir.    Ifinimaa eharg* .-
Cohuan for today.     Watch  i:   |T��
.-��� .- **..
r*duc* iu
Pacific   Northern
Emporium
with it of which
will not bc ^* "*������
Richly Designed
Ln exterioi      ���   i ��� ce the hous*
will '������   rather        n   I  fi m the
-  and
bale nies at i richtd in
nner   with   heavy
C.s-'-a: Ai.ir.A-g
Lost and Found
i
p ���-.,--Sorefca *:**-.*: *zi   Press:::;
mm     iter.,  l-'li  cleaned  _z���  ; re��-wi I'.   '
[a.: ti  t.'A irtttmi a.->i  CA.e.mi.    Itt : .,-���
��� ir,jA:.    ?_<__ li Wtmmtkm-m B-.<.
saaradfl ---���*"
CHINESE LABOR
Ceetrscten **i Latlstasat Aftsci im i- ...,.
Ot;
SOME GOOD
BUYS
Agent is getting all kinds of good
strong laboring men suitable for: '
Fish Canneries, Saw Mills, Railroads
Skidding Roads, Mining Ort S -��� :.
Coal Mining. Laborers. Far:: _
ening. Land and Lot Clearer!. Loggine'
Wood Cutting, Packers for I'-
: ���     . . *_?*_.        Cm- r       k,,"6
.'SD-Z-it-z*.
*t 3xt.
=����T
t-mm.
*��� r-1
-.;- A***. a��*f F - -
For Rent ;
Parties, Etc., Etc.
First Q��ss Cooks ind Dish Wishers For:
timber ard nd  mouldings, the '���:. sill be within reach well
B        fr ::.   ;��i'k   ;-.r.d   front   tht
���rati ���"-   of   trouble,  this      -"  --.' li   mmand thc finest
Do away with this.    PatrooiM �� whit*
laur.iry.    WHWJab I      .  *t
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
Notice
v.:!! i'^ok attractive, and the
���   - to be specially -o.
From the main er.trar.ee opei -
a   spacious   reception   hall   with  its
led presses and cabinets are views f r which residences in Prir.ce
InessIRupert are famed.    Mr. Mi :
-��� ve is working I   pes i     ccupy :.is :  �� homi
is   assured   bv   the the foil.  Contracts for its erecrJ r
polished   timbering   and   cei'.ir.,; vent rrai jed  for.     Fr m   ir ing let.
Taie nctiee that Jait- F. Vi-..-.�� i-:-   '��� "-" - ?
:f P7-.r.ee Rupert in the Pre-.-.:*   ���'.   ?" ' *
.-:��r.it l**kml ina _., -��� I lUUsiMC-
*'��: k C-.tr.pair- pl^Bbtn ��-: *_**_*ixmt* ������
-..-.* -mmi a-.y.
Z.:t*i at Pr-.tM Rpp��rt. B C   Ik * '���*: **' '������
SUr. ISU.
r.J.aUTHEBOM
H. WO ..'
Y.~_ ,*.t. ���.:���.-, -��� s:s.-..-.��-t _y.m. :-���-<������'
: i;; ... -:.rj. 2=c A����- t_m_ VcB.-d*. Ap-
-.7 :-. ;?.-..���*, :*:i��t cm* __& Itrmm p.a.
TT>.-:cr:*dC��lx;oeFoani Ats.om-- V;?r;<
A;;r J IMS ttK't _*u*-__-Btm*m,tri
.*.-t. ttt-mtt
?.*-:������?* '. ���A.rmm*-ry__ Sst. Azi-y ?. ���- '.'.
W��-��-:.��Ttr Six*. eat~rris�� Av*. ar:  -    It
itr.-v: :-��� '- *
S:��ir r^rsiib*i Fr��t Room i: mw SssM.   A;-
; j Slrt. S��r>  F:'jnli A���.. :����.��� McBrii*
LT-1J!
Lot 12. Mo -. i ������ ������-��������� i* f,ric>;f'^:''
, haMe ������� In e. !2, and
Hotels, Restaurants. Pnvat..- }_������
taction 5.   price Boarding   Houses. Steamshifs. Mil    _
**.:.,        ; .third  cash  and  the Camps and general   Hou^  _:.-.
��     .     ���       .   .rrirs Cleaning work.   Office Boys. BeU i.   .
���-*���������        ' ^-��tion5 nrice Waiters. Porters, and all sort. r,f ...  ..
1, -.^ ���' K it        --*��� 15. --��,!0n 5' Pnce Job Workers. Etc.. Etc.
.-���-,,      ...   .    ... -  action 6  Drice    ,��hen yon need any of them  to help
Lots 24 II : -      ���� .. section **, pnce y-   ftre 8ure  to ^^  aJ1  ^.^
IM     c;,':- .     ,,.,. and no trouble to vou at all.
i /,�� o  : -  .-tior.  6.   pnce S1S25;
^ cir.: Wane, in 6. 12, 18, 84, 30, 	
_. ._ .,. m  ���-.:... PLEASE WRITE OR PHONE TO THE
���."-.   "   ari  __,   block  31,  section 6, . A_
f !^thfh Agents Office   -   7th Ave.
CONNECTED WITH KING TAI _ CO
P.O. Box 5S   Phone 197 Black
;-. rr, tr. i ..' m, !}r r��t.    AppIt Dr. SI:ir.-.>-r��.
!-.-:A-��   ;'-. M arr-����n SS. rtl tt
:  : P.<=t-iljai#r= Hy.*m. clem* :r.
E TAl-S-tk Co.
Cis =:-.:r.
The Insurance People
Tht Mack ReaJtr and Insurance Co.
Notice
Tli e Besl
Procurable.
Absolutely pure*
VUCKAVITCH IS      Palace Ice Cream Parlor
NOT GUILTY  -    ,*	
STOKES' ICE CREAM
Jury at Victoria Find Him Not  :.". ,
Guilty of Charge of Shooting  -*** BOWm :-
with   Intent   at   the   Kelly l  	
Cut Incident,
�����������*���.*.>    T*-.: *.*���*. Caadr. ��hcla
Vtom i.r ?tA*. t i" US
Tenders for Excavating
Vuckavitch
not guilty by jury
more victorie*
is    pronounced     ********tw*_t_m_t__t-ton 1 m*A *��� taloekll.
.. ���     '. ������    -. rw. ..-. .*. :  . .-- ,
m n u i
Hope   for   *.���������������.'������ .-. &��onsar..r aceapt^.    F.rtsr: :-
.A_t app } v.
W L BENSON.
, Sa��iotid Ars..capp����.t�� Tr. -rtsc^ Hariwan Os.
.ram   received
from   Mr.   W    E.	
Williams of Williams & Mu - i
counsel   for   the  defence of  the|
S. O. E. B. S.
���**���* r��� - ��� :-..:-- :,.-.������  N ;-.as of
striker^ ':.  trial *-�� _.���**_, .r. t>.�� ca.->nt^. h.   .
r"  ���'���������-' '     -   MilanVuck r \ _Lthz-'-j*pr-.'*R.pmn
avitch. the man referred to   ���*���-.- ���
charged with ��
fa kill.   His wa I the more'
seri''' -   ..    -
on   the   <: ckel   for   thi    !'���
Rupir- cai -
LADIES'
HAND BAGS
 jj���
We have just rec-
ihipoeat    '.  I ������  rawest
:    ItMt       - gl -
:t. .*.:-.**' ".'- .   ���
er Hand   Bags    '���'���
illy ii ���-���- ;.  i to call
and let us show ;���   .
dow goods	
C. B. WARK
Jeweller
:j- mkmtt
-   ���-.
Taadtn _rm ir-.-*-.*A*i tor th* r*\
x-Ai.-A*---. B C -..-.�� t^r '.
: .A.r. taae.r.ir ftndaUa fcr -
���*i_r!. Ev::��.-�� Sakoold ci--:.. :������ sxaaiM ibs
rr-.r.i. s=c itstae :r. data:, t- ��x>r-. .ir*-.rt
����� �����-.;. .r.-j��r^ia* i.r ths: sa sal All | ss
- .��'. zm. *..m.r e.r.-.*r..   T��- -   -*a^:^M
at-..-.�� :r:sr. OSc��. Motiau. i B C.   -; '���    ������*
������   :.-::. a.v: ih:-.-: t* ac: ���; .- -.-'" -   ���'-
��� ���*������*.     --. --   '.  ���    ���*   ��� .-���--���
si Bin t�� racf-sstad :r. -.-. mal ;����:.-���
-T\m*_ cf t��L4cr. No tacdtr r^:t tti *���- DM**.
mt i ba ace#pt*d.
charle.; : pe:-..:-v
J::air A^r:
HdMath, s.c. J.r.��:th.:.-::
TEETHING OTLDKH
priee S"00 each, terms of
nd l>alaaeo In 6, 1- and " months.
Lot�� T and -. bloek 13. section 7, price
|400 each, ISS oash.
Lots 18 snd li*. block 11. section?, price  prince Rupert
(10601       ������     >-'ash-
Good lo����l lots in section s for $25 cash   	
ar.d terms of t\0 per month.
Farm Lands and Acreage
Far.r. lands in the NVchaco, bulkley.
Lakelse and Kitsumkalum Valleys. We
���ar. aiciiver lar.d in  the  Nechaco and
.*-  Bulkley Valley ir. blocks of one thous-
: to twenty thousand acres.    Maps.
a :<r  Uue-prinU, reforts and all necessary
��� :*������'-*   -formation furnished on application.
B;:.*> B-<.     We  have  several  desirable quarter
���. -^i=     , actions in the Lakelse Valley  in  both
_ sin��l�� or for bvumt**; -.*    T.r roved and unimproved  property  at
Ap;:r Dr��i��: Bo___*t H>_*t. trA a- . ���<��-���   ;>, m fc to $15 per acre, on easy terms.
HeHrfdO, May .-:- ,.., ^___ ���jj.:���:n��� Tav1r.r ar
B.C.
Nsatj- T-rrniht. Rooeat:  r��titl��ta��= vr.ierrmi
A;;It Mrs M;:i!n. <rr��r Ma.-��i::c Ti*��t--��.
US-lB
it ;..���j,:-��i r-A*e__     Mrs.   Bai����r. Btmmrm*
:..-.. 7; ri Antx !>��tws��; QaiauU
I .--.a. m*
'.It T^mtr.ri %x*__   Acp'-> Sirs. K
-pstairt ��ttr*s.e*. Tr. r: A .���
KiM :>an, krfht CQUida me-t.
������_-. A-.��.. p<*r Fultoo.
.'.' :* ,'..-=:it*i
Help Wanted
-~T
We offer acreage adjoining Taylor at
j from $20 to $rX) per acre.
\ -  >--  .     -.---���    :a.w   -,.:���-���    --���--������
Ba!kl��r Btodt ������.��� Fjltoo. '. ���--!-.
Wantad���M txd man to iar. ths Oritr :i Owl*.
Callrj.rair    E^.jr��!   Hits:     t.   F    Mii.��-
���INSURANCE���
McCaffery & Gibbons
Prince Rupert
and
Hazelton
+ -
j
|
+ -
Fire Insurance
1 STRAWBERRIES
THE Br:
C'to-.p*-.     ' L "
I f. '	
alMltl H  .:--.-
-r.rurs-   *
.*.-.    ei: ���-��.
Th�� Slack
Dbad from Hood Rirer. Oregon.
-Reeeired Today ���
BEST   BERRIES   GROWN
GREENERS
"British Empire"
GUN
Here"s the worlds
best eun-aGreen-
t-r Hammerless���
at a price within
the reach of all
sportsmen; its got
all the Greener
features, hard
hitting, far shooting, lasting wear;
there's nothing better;   price
$63
Catalog P"5
FREE
W. W. GREENER
63-65 fci.tr Hsil Hili Kastrti   P'.'
Boarders Wanted
-4
KLt�� Trt�� CLM��-THt PAIN IS GONE
"'      .������.���.-������.'-.���.*.._.    '. ...T. w�� w:'.; na:.
. s *. -   '. ��� t - | _    t ttt ttmu
J. 1_ MATHIEL' Co . Prop...Sb^brook��. P.Q
BUf
Pnvate home, by the ws��k or month. Home
**___m**t**d*i~T. Mu E M 0:<eson. Ird
Ave., betseen Tth *rA Sth Sta.. phor.�� in. ����-tf
_ r.ea.j ar,2 r.-.-e.y f^rr.uhed rooms
p.rscr.1. Applr -Mrs. James. Scott
Are., betw-ter. tth aad sth Sts.   *'-:i
Cherries, Fruits and Other
Freih Vegetable*
All kinds just in
Groceries Proviiions
.Whites Portland Cement...
G. C.
EMMERSON
AGENT
JAP KILLING
CASE TODAY
Balmoral Cannery Affair Being
Investigated in Police Court
Phone 125       Naden Block       Second Ave
I
)
Real Estate
11deal Provision House
���+
Ave., near Sixth St.    Phor.e
Investigati      was  made  today
A .-\*%:f***i t*...*T*.:mt~T.*T._  :.   ft  **���-���'. ��U*.e m.**-
*?____,.  ��>i dott  Ml often count tnough   "to
oooct" tn tfc�� n��t rtwUt
NiMtMn ro��ir.r rn��n wi-t��d to rent �����>��� flUUilh
���d :z. th�� B;.ik>r Koccni. 4th Ave., near F��ltM.
HANDASYDE & HURT
Canadian   Rand   Company's    Products,
A Mirror
-YOU WILL NEED A-
Trunk
Suit Case
or
Handbag
.'��� . .��� ��ve for your
B irainai Bobdayi
Perhaps   fOU  Irill  need   all   the
three articles.
If s-o, we have the;n.
We've just receivwJ   a  big new
shipment of
Travelling and Steamer Trunks
Strong Leather Suit Cases
Brown & Black Leather Hand Bags
The Pricea are Right Too
SOLIDHEAD EYELET PUNCH
a  ��� -.. ihfr. i im*:  *������*.-���'    .   . ���-����������    r- Worki
.'..ckel plated. I -   I   *. ���   _.       ?.>��leta, p*r 1> * ��� ? ���
McRae Bros. Limited
l.
���
STATIONERY
OFFICE FUBNITUKI
I    -   J .:      -    ��� uned   Kurimata
by another r.:r:-..:d  I&~hi at  Balmoral Canner)    n Tuesday.   Tl ���
<:: . thia afternoon.
H. F McRaa 4 Co.
UVti
,,   Foe Sale-Two =hole�� trarts Uksls* Vall��r:��irht   .Mining Machinery and Contractor's Sup-
WCMU dUiars an acr..   H. F. McEa�� t Co. liv-tf ,.       ���      . D   .,.. .-
plies. Koad Building and Concrete
Machinery.     Agricultural.    Farm
and   Dairy   Supplies,   Dump   Cars   and
Wagons,  Gasoline   Engines, Motor Ve
hides and Trucks
'^g??    the    circtimsU: ������-    ���:    the    killing   F^Sale-Bya^tifalHvniesita on Park; U-W cash.
(i
V
For Sale
Special Bargains
i   r   Saturdaj    r.ight   ar.d   a'
M ��� lay F. W. Hart will offer
A clasiif-sd ^vs.-.iiaeTr.ent. i-��rsistentlr pnntsd.
wi.; **.'. .r,TXr.:r.s of value.
Before t-pnir rour Store or Range see A. J.
f*i*.'_.r.*.. McBrvJe and Fifth Ave. Cook stores
from IK. L��-lm
i bargain- in  the ram*. Appir c. b. wark * Co.. 3rd Ave.
-' -���    re departments, :""; '
Man>    '     ��� V offered will \ ���M^^1K.t^h;!^.dt
������-'���:       '   ;.'���   :.ria       [:���    Iii,      '������"'
Furnitun   5t        second
and Centn  street,
real 'I hi i tre.
OFFICE: Third and Fulton.
P.O. Bos 44��
Princ* Rupert
I
Skandinaver
'�����
,--.%��� i ��� ���
oppoaite Emp-
Notice to Mariners
ADVERTISE   IN
NEWS
THE
T>.e h .<.-,, srad Beacor.s pisesd in Hecate Straat
far Hy^roa-raphic S~rveyiag parr'.see ha.e - ,
-'��� ferer.ee t<. r,s--:irs'.i .n.
p <: MUSCRAVE.
Olficer-CommanderC.O.S. Lillinet
Jeg vildt- sette pri*
paa at faa bistaa eder
med agode raad ved investment*. Afleg mig
en visit.
Thatimay be^afely
"packed" on a trip
is much in demand.
We have them in different sizes.
WATCH   THE   WINDOW
C.  H ORME
The Pioneer Drug/ill
PHO.\E   :   ;   ;   82
JOHN DYBHAVN
Oper. Evenings        Exchange Block
LAM)  t'URCHASE NOTICE
^^v^M��^Mi/^y--^-.^WM^^Wt
-YOCR FOOD WILL BE WELL COOKED ON A���
Crown Favorite Cooking Stove
Price from Ui, to IM. Other Stoves from il6.
WE   HAVE   ALL   YOf   NEED    IX    BUILDERS'    HARDWARE
THOMPSON HARDWARE COT
Second Annni- Telephone 10 __
ONLY TWO WEEKS MORE-
We must close out this stock of Furniture in two weeks time.    A chance
to buy first class Furniture at practically your   own   prices.    :   :   :
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NATURAL RESOURCES
SECURITY COMPANY, Ltd.
PAID UP CAPITAL -$260,000
Dining Room Chairs. Quartered oak, polished,
leather pad seat. 5 plain chairs and
$25
1 arm   chair,   worth  $-15.00,
only	
Dining Chairs, good designs, hardwood, oak finish, regular S1.35
now only, each	
Cl ifTonier   with  5  drawers,
Plate Mirror, Quarter sawed
Golden  Oak,   regular  value
$41.25. now only	
90c
English   Bevel
$28.50
Mahogany Dining Room Suite; 1 lound top
extension table, 5 plain chairs, 1 arm chair,
very handsome buffett; regular
value $181.50. Will sell this
suite for	
2  onlv   Brass   Beds,
$27.'5'l, to clear at
Buffet in quartered oak, Mission finish, regular value
$55.00. to clear at	
$125
regular  valui'    tf 1 Q
$37.50     |
-OFFER  FOR 8ALF.���
Townsites Farm and Fruit Unda
���JOINT OWNERS AND  MU AGENTS OK
Fort George Townsite Maitett Townaite
liKAi. dnicK. - 806BQWKU BUILDING, VAMCOt,IVBIt,Ta
W*\ Office: Aid., Bloek Sixth Street
Countless bargains in Beds, Bedding, Mattressess, Springs, Dressers,
Tables,  Carpets and all kinds   of   House   Furnishings.    :   :    :   :
S    No Reasonable Offer Refused
Estate of The Brin   Furniture Co.    =
|I C. B. LOCKHART
*tmM��reKHHK"����*K��>reKHMWUKMn*l��,t����UJuw��C>��U I
Assignee  i
tat Und District���Distrirt ol I'��"'   _ '
Tsks notl�� thst I, John Robm r-SM) ot ' ���'-"
llupert, 11. c, oceupstlon cook. lnt*r.-i   - *'..-*
lot permssion to purchss* the lollo��lnf Jsstnwo
Ur.ds ..
Lomm��ndn( st ��� post plsntsd it t*�� ***
south and 'Ji two miles west ol Ur '��� -��' ' ��� '.,
��hit�� and Ust riv.rs, thenc south N """J
thence east M chains, tlience north N '**""���
thence west hO chans. _ ,,.,-,-v
listeJ Aprl'JO, IHU JOHN ROUEKT 1 Al �����>
Tub. Ms, 1J. Franc s S. Prsstoa. VI"
i-keens Land DIstrlct-DUtriet d Coast R;rf��s
Take not os that I, Martha Leek, of Ina"
Kupert, B. C, <x����paton mart -d emu ' ���'���.
lo apply lor permission to purchsse the loi����i��
described lands: i
Commencinf st a post plsnted sbout tf"V,'
one-hsll milos distant In a soulheesteil) f,"**}"!
Irom a blind slough Irom Observslory 'r""*iit
the same touches the Ind an Keser��e. ttcnf"n
M chains, thence south N) cha ns, ther.ct ��ssi
chains, thence north SO eha ns to point f   "'
mencement, conu n nl 640 acrw more or ���**?���
Hated Aprl 14, IMI. MARTHA LhtK
I'ub. Mav 13.
Sksena Und District -District ol Cassis;
Take notice that I. John Lnwia ol innw
Uupert II. C- occupation laborer, Intend tojiiiiJJ
lor permisaion to purchaae the lollowini dsec.i-'
lands:
Commencinf st a post planted about a.   '*"
milw south ol tbe lorks ol Ibe White ��"" "J,
rivers,  thencs  south  60 chsins,  thsnee esii
chains, thence north SO ehalns, tbence **m
chaina. .,,. , .ju'IS
I .ated AprU 18, 1911. JO"*, ** -\��';,
I'ub. May 13. FrancU S. Treaton. Ar"
Skeena Und District-District ol Csssisr
Take notice that I, Alfred Uerryman Wg*
ol  I'rince   Rupert,   H.  C,  occupation  n'e"   ,V,
intend to apply lor permisaion to purchase
following deacribed lands: ,    -   t��o
Commeneini at a post planted about .���
milas south of the forks ol the White .'���*'' '
rivers, thence 8U ehaina south, thence w *'
weet, thence 80 ehslns north, thence SO cn��.
ALFRED BERRYMAS  *__**����_
Dsted April 18, 1911.     Francis S. Frsaton. mv
I'ub. May 13.
Skeena Und Dlstrirt-District ol C��J,i*,r,.(.,,
Take notice that I. Charles Frederick M'"
<af Stewsrt, II. C, oecupstion Irelghter, l"1'"^,
apply  lor  (.emission to  purchasse  the loam
'leecrilaed lands: .     riM
Commencing  at  a post  plantcl  on '"',),!
bank ol the Naas river about sU miles a wss
forks of the N'aaa river, thence south M ���
thence west  80 ehalns, thence north 8u e
thenee east 80 chains to poin> ��' eommsnceaa
contsining GIO aerea more or less. ...tiALI'
Ilste.1 Mareh 25, 1911. CHARLES F. Mb" *"
Pub. May 17.      Frank Sidney Wright, Agent

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