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?he Prince Rupert
DAILY EDITION
)I, 11,  NO. 55
Prince Rupert, B.C., Wednesday. March 8. 1911.
Price Five Cents
'ORKERS TELL CLAYTON TO
MINDHISOWN BUSINESS
Iss Strongly Worded Resolution  Calling  the Alderman's Remarks Anent the Red Flag and Wages
"Uncalled-for and Impertinent"���The
Resolution as it Appears in Full
shipping reports WILL RENDER A SERVICE
kl ;i well intended meeting ot the
nv Rupert Industrial Association
I hist night, Aldermun Clayton
Alderman Smith came In for a good
I nf criticism, and the following
Dlu-.iim waa passed:
WHEREAS Certain members of
In. CitJ Council of I'rince Rupert,
riz��� Acting Mayoi Smith and more
Specially Alderman Clayton have
(splayed undue prejudice towards
.. A mciation, and presumed to
seed ihtir authority in assuming
jltlldiction over the disposition of
mridngmen'! wages or any part
hereof;
AND WHEREAS we as rate-
iuyrr- il i nol presume to exercise
jirbdictlon over the disposition o(
n.v pari "I the annual wages of
bur hundred dollars paid to Alderman
lyton inr hie services;
AND WHEREAS Alderman (lay
ton has further presumed to exceed
his authority and displayed Ignorance
of the British Const it ul ion which
guarantees to all men absolute freedom to display and carry Hags, emblems, etc.;
THEREFORE be it resolved
that this Association in regular meeting assembled deems it within ihe
rights of each and all of its members
lo subscribe whatever money they
can afford to any fund they see tit
and that we consider any interference
from Alderman Clayton as uncalled
for anil Impertinent.
AND be it fur!her resolved lhat
Aldermun Clayton be reminded that
this Association has so far conducted
its business in a peaceable and law-
abiding manner without any assistance
from him, and is prepared to do still
further.
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JMBER FLEET
IN HARD LUCK
1    STr.R OVERTAKES FIVE WELL
KNOWN VESSELS
garner  Beclcenham   ia   on   Fire  nt
Taamania, and Baric Oliveband nt
Mi *������.,     Two Other*  Are  Aahore
Diatant Porta.
Special to the Optimist)
Prattle, March 8.���There iB a hoodoo
"��� SeatUe lumber fleet ut present.
I ��i'll known vessels are in trouble
different parts of the world.
[Today news   wil  cabled  from  Tasini   thai   the   steamer   Beekeiilutm
mi the Bound with lumber, has put
1 '���'���.-mania with fire in her holds.
**t hai also arrived that the steumer
ttenham a sister ship of the Hccken-
1 i- ashore on the west coast of
edagaacar,
flie Olivebank ol the Weir licet is
" reported to be lying iii the hurbor
Guayamaa,   badly  damaged   us  the
"ll of lire.    The report  stutes thai
�����*'l in be um into the  Mexican
' end there scuttled in order to
'"'  Ibe Bamea.    Another vessel
Weir fleet*,  the Springbank is
tn   over tie liHt, being 214 days
,r' "> Si   llazaris to Sunm Rosalie.
���ii Salvador comes news that
���British hark Cailhnesshire is ashore
'''"   "nil's** aid comes before the
tt* *'���! iii there is little hope for her
'l'l.
'   "'--ils of the Watts line have
'     heon in trouble recently owing to
fO REDUCE THEATRE LICENCES
**���������>**. Will be Introduced by Aid.
Newton, $50 Reduction
By-law tn reduce the theatre licence
III,!'  i    '"' i",rotluce'l by Alderman
F" mil.    |i   waa proposed Inst night
Km    ��u     be re*lu,'e(1 (torn IMO to
l'l      Aldermun Hilditch thought lhat
���> would I
fv'"i" the i:
JO enough,    He said thut
>ar-room  and  the  theatre
there wus nowhere in I'rince Kupert
for a fellow to enjoy himself. Thc
theutres ought to be encouraged or
men would have to spend iheir evenings
ut home. Alderman Hilditch mentioned the idea as something uf a nightmare apparently.
To have the fees reduced to $75 would
huve pleased Alderman Newton quite
well, but Alderman Newton said thut in
view- of the criticism which might be
expected from a certain quarter, - he
would be content with the reduction
to $150. Accordingly he gave notice
of the introduction of the by-luw.
YOUNG BANDIT
AT REVELSTOKE
SURPRISED AT ROBBERY SHOOTS
CONSTABLE WITH REVOLVER
Richard Armatrong Waa Corrnlled by
the Staff While in Act of Robbing
the Dominion Exprcaa Office nnd
Captured.
(Special to the Optimist)
Rcvelstoke, March 7. -After a fierce
light ugainst numbers, a young bandit
named Richard Armstrong was captured
while robbing the Dominion Express
Co.'s oflice last night. News cf his
presence there was Hashed round and
the stall surrounded the building.
When Town Constable Ducks and
Mr. Ducks, an electrical engineer, entered a fierce light ensued. Mr. Duck
sprang on the man and bore him to thc
ground, ('hief Clerk Innes came running
up with a heavy scantling and struck
at Armstrong. The blow missed, und
struck Ducks on the head instead,
laying him out senseless.
Springing to his feet Armstrong aimed
a bullet at Constable Clelund, which
entered Clelands' head, but wus himself
hit with a built in the fleshy part of the
leg, and captured.
Armstrong, Constable Cleland and
Mr. Ducks are all in the hospital here
at present recovering from the effects
of the light. All of them arc seriously
injured.
From the Dominion Government  Wire-
lea* Station*
(At 8 A. M.)
Skidegate   Overcaat, calm, lighl swell.
Ikeda   Overcast. calm, sea smooth.
Triangle Drizzling, weal 1*1 miles
Sea moderate. Spoke steamer Prince
R pert at 9.15 p.m. off Egg Island
northbound.
Estevan Cloudy, north east. Li ht
swell. Spoke steamer Monteagle ut
10.40 p.m.. l.ai. 4920, Long. 127.20
wesl hound.
Tatoosh Light ru n, norlh west 4
miles. Sea moderate. In ste imcr
Maverick at 11.30 p.m.
Point Grey���Cloudy, south eas-., thick
seaward. Spoke Quadra 8.10 a.m. at
Port Atkinson. Spoke U. 3. Revenue
Cutter Rush ut 8.15 a.m. Arrived
I.adysmith 10 u.m.
Cape l.i.-/.      Cloudy, calm, sea smooth.
(At Noon)
Ikeda Cetriana southbound at 11.30
u.m.
Tatoosh-���Out fishing s;earner Comet
ut 10 u.m.   In schooner Andy Mahnney
10 a.m.    In schooner R. W. Bartlett at
11 a.m. In barque Albert in tow of
tug Tatoosh at 11.25 a.m. Ia barquen-
tine Qardnia City at 11.30. In hound
out steumer Ciiy of I'uebln und four
milted schooner. Out hound in, two
masted steam schooner.
Steamer Tees reported at Culhonse hy
wireless from Pachena.
MAMMOTH PLANT
FOR PORT MANN
SIXTY MILLION DOLLARS IS THE
FIGURE MENTIONED
Mr. A. P. Gibaon Say.-, That American
Cnr and Founlry Co. Have Decided to Locate Their Worka at
Port Mann.
iSpecial to the Optimiat)
Toronto, March 7. It is report ed
here that the American Car and Foundry
Co. huve decided to erect a -ffiO.OOO.OOO
plant at Port Mann. This announcement was made here this morning by-
Mr. A. P. Qibaon, a member of the
firm who is leaving for the const in
connection with the trunsuction next
week.
CIVIC   GRAVEYARD  TRIO
Were   Out   Looking   for   a   Site   for
(Prince Rupert'* Cemetery
On Monday afternoon, the inhabitants
of Seal Cove dislrici  were alarmed by
Helpful Talks to Business Men
Mr. Storekeeper
Do You Know?
That adequate advertising ��� frank, informing,
fact* ful, frequent���is part
of a modern store's service to the public. A
store that advertises well,
is necessarily u (food store
Consult The   Optimist
TO THE WHOLE EMPIRE
Sir Wilfrid Laurier Voices an Eloquent Plea for Reciprocity as a Means of Ensuring International
Peace���The First of His Speeches
Dealing With Great Topic
Ottawa,  March 8.   Sir Wilfrid Lau-I
tier spoke  for   the  first   time  on  the,
reciprocity  proposals  in  the  House of
Commons today,  in  a  speech  Hull  of'
sound reasoning und gems of eloquence.
He   defended   the   agreement    in    its!
eniierety, his views against annexation
and   for   establishing   good   relation*.
with the United States being especially
emphatic.
He predicted "that tho two peoples,
living  in  | eace und  harmony side by
side in nu  mil confidence, with no other j
rivalry   save   generous   emulation   in;
commerce and the nrts of peace would
be un object lesson to the whole world.
And   in   such  relations,   Canada  will
render   unto   England   and   the  whole!
British   Empire  a  service  unequalled j
in its immediate effect, and still mure
far-reaching in its conaequehcee."
"Let   us,"  he continued,   "disregard
all  freaks, and all unreasoning panics. |
All the present proposals ask is that the
Canadian who works hi the Iii Id be
allowed to obtain the bist possible
remuneration (or his labor."
Sir Wilfrid strongly denied that the
effect nf the agreement 'would be to
divert Canadian trade to United tates
channels. He closed n magnificent
speech with a strong plea for .. better
undent Anding and b tter feeling between
the manufacturer and the farmer.
MORE  IMMIGRANTS  FOR   B.   C.
len    Conches    Arrive    al    W'r.nipeg
From   the   F.aat
iS ei ..il to th   Optimiit
Winnipeg, March -. ��� C, P. R.
special arrived here laat tlight with ten
coaches of immigrants.   Moot ol them
are going through Ul the Coast.
the approach of three grave looking
men, armed with a shovel and n testing
rod. From spot to spot they went
digging he-e and there in the muskeg.
A rumor passed round ihat they were
pirates in search of n hidden hoard of
gold, .hut it transpired later that it was
a civic party composed of an editor-
alderman, the city engineer,,, and the
chairman of the property committee,
out looking for a site for a cemetery.
After remarking on the wetness ol
the ground und the dryness of the
job the Gruveyurd Trio wended their
wuy back to town.
KESTREL MAKES
A CAPTURE TOO
THREE MILES OF HALIBUT TACKLE AND SIX SETS OF TRAWLS
Veaael Which Owned the Taokla Got
a Good Start ond Fled Abandoning
Her Flahinu Tackle to the Little
Cutter.
The fishery cruiser Kestrel has made
u rupture us well us the Rainbow. A
duy or two ago she arrived at Quatsino
with six settings of halibut trawls which
she picked up close to Cape Cook
within the three-mile limit. At the
time the geur wus captured a schooner
was sighted ten miles off shore lravelling
under sail and gas, and she was probably
lhe boat which left tl.e gear behind in
her efforls not to be caught. The
capture included nearly three miles of
line with hooks. Some of ii was lakeii
up and the reel CUt adrift. There was S
lot of cod and halibut on the hooks so
that the officers and men of the Kestrel
hud abundance of fresh lish for a few
days.
The Kestrel was hugging the shore
well and the fishing schooner evidently
sighted the cruiser long before the
little fishing craft could he seen by the
officers of the  Kestrel.    The fishing
vessel then gathered in what geur she
COtlld together with lur dories and was
well outside the limit before the Dominion government vessel reached the
scene of the pouching.
SEVERAL OFFERS
FOR DEBENTURES
���
TENDERS OPENED AT MONDAY'S
CIY OJNCIL
Double Debenture tssua Amount ing
to $119,000.    Olfrra of $U3,00C ond
$116,000.   But G. T. P. Aeeeesment
Muat be Settled S-Uinfactorily.
Tenders for City Debentures were
opened ut Monday night's council.
The Debentures advertised were $79,660
ut ."> per cent in erest, to mature in l'.ilO,
und $10,000 al 1 1-8 per cent interest
to mature in 1(130.
Messrs. ('. II. Burgess & Co., Toronto,
offered $113(500 for both Issues on condition thnt thc Grand Trunk Aa-
aeanmenl difliculty i brought to a
mutually aatiafnetory -tettlemrnt.
This firm sates that they have M ii: e
for Prince Ruperl Debentures if there
is uny possibility of the (irand Trunk's
removing their terminus,
,    Mes.pi. (ieo. A. Btlmson A- Ci   *im
a blank tender bur did not wire their hid.
The Campbell Thomsi n Co., Toronto,
'bid $7T,lil and accrued  Interest  for
| lhe lir-l  is*ue, .md 180,040 and ai crued
Intra) for i he second.
The   Royal   h'inancii.i   Corporation,
Vancouver,   wired   98-1M   per   ce,      fur
l h. * lo.ooii brain lor twenty years-.
w. A. Mackenzie & Co., Toronto,
offered to take an option al M i��t cent
and accrued Interest on both issues,
Mana, Ernest No* n & Co., Ton nto,
thought thai the 179,660 issue wu not
very saleable as the time limit v;s m
shurt.
The American Hank Note Co., Winnipeg, want to print il.e Debenture
notes,  and  say  ileir  work  cannot   le
counterfeited.
The Whole mailer vent to the finance
committee.
Taft to \ i .. Seattle
Beattie, March B, (Special) it wu*
announced here toda) that Pra-idenl
Tuft will visit Seattle In September,
arriving on the tth and leaving oi the
Tth. T H E   PR 1 N i   I.    i: I  I  I  b '1     OPT I a 18'J
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SPRING
and this suggests some
articles
'-*f^/mtt*\*f*
and House Cleaning
Will  Soon  Be   Here
n_ii s-ji^h**-!! %iiJ*��iii'*m������ '   ��� ��� ���-   *
of the following*
THE COSY CORNER -
DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY   TO   THE   INTERESTS   OK   WOMEN
Old Dutch Cleanser.   ,,.10c
Sanatine Cleanser 10c
Lye, per tin 10c
i Chloride of Lime, tin. . .10c
i Lux, just the soap for
those fine flannels... .10c
Speaking of house clean-
! ing reminds us that during
i these trying days  the culinary    arrangements    are
somewhat disorganized nnd
, a quick und tasty lunch is
1 often desirable, for this we
1 recommend :
!
C. & B. Potted Meats..20c
Brace's Potted Meats.. 15c
Vnn  Camp's Macaroni and
Cheese 1BC
An excellent soup may he
made from   a jar of Armour's French Potage20c
A tin of condensed clams
or Campbell's soups at loc
will serve same purpose.
In cheese we have choice
Canadian, Swiss, Holland,
Vaset, also the celebrated
Edelweiss from the German Alps.
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This is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women.   Any and all of the ludies of Prince Rupert
i are invited to conlribute to its columns, and to take part in its   discussions.   Sug-
[ gestions and criticisms are invited by the editor.   The hope is expressed that "The
i Cosy Corner" will till a social need.
Do not forged that in conjunction with our complete stock of staple
and funcy groceries we have lately received a shipment of choice
Yakima potatoes which are selling ac 2 3-4c per lb.
LYNCH BROS.
Departmental Stores Phone No. 2
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bocial Notes
Mr.  J.  E.  Gilmore was :;  passenger;
���irriving   by   the   Princess   Beatrice  on|
Monday night.   Mr. Gilmore has spent
the past month in Sourthen California.
Mr.  Everard Fletcher is B guest  at
1 the Prince Rupert Intl.
Miss Rochester leaves by the Prince
Rupert on Thursday for Vancouver.
The Monday Afternoon Bridge Club
will meet at Mrs. McLeod's home next
week.
Mr. G. R. Naden is at present a
patient.;. the Genera) Hospital.
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the General
Hospital im end giving a dunce the
first Tuesday after Easter.
Heaters. Stoves and Ranges
Graniteware, Hotel and Bar Supplies
Shelf  and   Heavy    Hardware
Paints, Oil and Glass
Prince Rupert Hardware & Supply Co.Ltd.
THOS. DUNN, Manager
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NFORMATION
���BUREAU
THE OPTIMIST will furnish correct information to all einpiirer.1 who desire to jret
in closer touch with Clinnda's youngest but
most nourishing city      :       :       :       :       :
There is no time like the present. Send us
your name und address, and mention the line
or lines of business you are particularly interested in. We will send you reply by return mail       :        ::::::
Optimist Information Bureau
A  Royal   Pilgrim
Grand Duchess Elisabeth, the Czarina's sister and widow of murdered
Grand Duke Sergiu:., is steadily lapsing
Irom religious cxi.lt ution into religious
mania. Thereby she confirms an ancient Russian proverb: "All the brains
of u fumily go wrong together." The
proverb applies, because il is essentially
tlie same nervous inuludy which afflict!
the Czarina Alexandra in Friedberg
castle, and her sister, Grand Duchess
EUssbetb, in her Moscow cell. The
expression alone differs, Alexandra Feo-
dorovna hus the mania for persecution,
and believes that nil the world is conspiring uguinsi her life.
Elizabeth Feodorovnu believes that
the heavens ure leagued against her,
und thut she can save her soul ulonc by
wrestling with her uecusing conscience,
by spending her days in holy works
und her nights in prayer. Thus destiny, with un irony even more thun
usually grim, afflicts with spiritual
gloom the two Anglo-German princesses,
und long ugo the Wildest, bravest und
merriest of the daughters of Europe's
courts.
At present lhe grund duchess is finishing u series of prolonged visits to
ull the most famous monasteries nnd
shrines iu the empire. Never did pilgrim travel with such royal state. In
the special traiii travel a whole host
of secretaries, uide-de-camps and high
ecclesiastics. The vast sums spent on
the pious journeys are, of course, a
heavy expense lo Sergius' widow. Rut
Serguis was the richest of all Ihe Ro-
maiiolf grand dukes, he lived on his
salary ils governor ol Moscow, hoar ed
his vast private income and added considerably lo his fori line by various roguish enterprises. Today the grand
duchess has command of at least $16,-
000,000, but she is doing her best to
make it less.
Naturally her lavish expenditure on
religious aims is regarded with disfavor by her relatives. The grand
duchess has no children of her own
and she is courted by hard-up and
greedy relatives, who wutch her dwindling subsiuncc with unfuvoring eyes.
you got on? Very well; put it down,
together with a change. You get up.
What do you do? Wash yourself.
What do you wash yourself with?
Soap. Put down soap. Go on till you
have finished. Then take your clothes.
Begin at your feel. What do you wear
on your feet? Boots, shoes, socks.
Put them down. Work up till you get
to your head. What do you want besides clothes?   Put down everything.
This is the plan the old gentleman
always pursued. The list made, he
would go over it carefully to see thut
he hud forgotten nothing. Then he
would go over it again and strike out
everything it was possible to dispense
with.   Then hi .could lose the list.
SS.
Sails for
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Thursdays, at 3.30 p.m.
.a. Prince  Albert for Stewart WW
daj*p,after arrival of Pi incetie I r_
Port Simpson. Naas, Masset andV��
by Island pun,is, iii.-ln.iitiK (.jtu-t-n Char
tone City, Paeon, It, , ({arbor, fc
Keflip-e Hay, every alternate Frid��a]
12 o'clock  noon, comnii ncing IHJtl,
The Grand Trunk Railway S'lla
connecting with trains from thePaeUe
coast operates a frequ I and .w.en.
ient service of luxurious trains owr iti
double track route between CMcap
Toronto, Montreal, t, .������... : . ;,,'
Portland. Boston, Net- York and Phils,
delphia. Information anil tickets obtainable from the office liiiv>in.'��)r-��.
tioned. Trans-Atlantic bookings by t|
lines arranged.
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AN1>   PASSENGER  ICEKT
A NEW  RECIPE
Rice and Tom ato Croquettes
Cook three cupfuls of canned tomatoes
with u small onion stuck with two cloves,
two slices of carrot, sprig of parsley,
one sprig of thyme, one-third of a
teaspoonful of peppercorns, one teaspoonful of salt, and one-eighth of a
teaspoonful of soda for thirty minutes,
then remove seasonings and rub through
a sieve. Bring lo boiling point, udd
one-half cupful of rice and steam until
rice is soft. Remove from runge, udd
one egg slightly beaten, one-third of n
cupful of grated cheese, und a few grains
of cayenne. Cool, shape, dip in crumbs,
egg and crumbs again, und fry in deep
fut and drain.
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Canadian PacllG
Railway Company
B.C. Coul S.S. Smki
"PRINCESS  BEATRICE"
Northbound Mar. 6-Soulhbound Mir. 10
Train for Chicago, Winnipeg, Toronto
leaves Vancouver D.00 a.m. ilaily.
Truin   for   Montreal   New,  York Bid
points Bast leaves VancoovsrIJ
p.m.  daily.
Through tickets to Europein Points
in connection with the finest  Allar.Dt
Steamers.
J. G. McNab
General Acs!
P.O. BOX 1545
PRINCE RUPERT. B.C.
Read The   Optimist
And Get All the News
Preparing for a Journey
Jerome K. Jerome recalled with reverence u hubit of his methodical uncle,
who, before packing for a journey, al-
wuys "mude a list." This wuh the
system which he followed, guthered
from his uncle's own lipm
Tuke u piece of paper und put down
on It everything you enn possibly require. Then go over it und see that
it contains nothing you cun possibly
do without.
Imagine yourself in bed.   What have
TODAY'S SMA LL SHOT
Pep per Pot Paragraphs Mostly From
the Council  Board
Registration of Births, Marriages,
and Deaths will be looked after in
terms of the Act in relation to this by
the authorities in Prince Rupert. The
births should keep them busy if recent
standards are maintained.
It cost $500 to huve the city uccounts
audited. At lust night's City council
the auditors' account was rendered, and
referred to the finance committee.
"Notice: This Road is Closed. Al
using same do so at their own Risk.'
Printed bills on linen to this effect wil
be exposed in I'rince Rupert in future
where necessary.
"Is there a Society for Prevention of
Cruelty to Animals in Prince Rupert?"
asketl Alderman Clayton at Monday's
city council. Me wus informed by
Bishop Du Vernet thut there was once,
and thut Major Gibson was elected its
president, but thut since the secretary
hud left town regular meetings hud not
been held. Aldermun Clayton wunts
the condition of Prince Rupert's horses
looked into by Major Gibson U president
of the Prince Rupert Society for the
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
John Thomson charged with being a
vagrant will uppear in the police court
tomorrow.
Ai**^t*h**��vfy**-********^\
We have the best
!
DOMESTIC
COAL
on the market   ���*���'���'" !,,r',,!,
delivered
'  The Union Transfer & Storage Co.
I.IMITI.I'
Phone 36     Office: Halftrt���� Bldl
Wc make a business of cleaning and
pressing clothes, and we know how.
French dry cleaning our specialty.
I'antiiriuin, Pioneer Cleaners, phone 4.
Guessing  Contest  at C. B. Warks.
$50.00 prize.   See adv. 52-69
TRY   THE  OPTIMIST  WANT
AD. WAY OF FINDING
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BOOTS
Strong & Garfield's
OIL   TANS
Tho   btft  wiit'il"""-"    '
market
Scott, Froud & Co.
Second Avenue p
" Boots and Shoes of Quality-
The Westholme Lumber Co.
LIMITED
-WE HANDLE AM* KIM* ''���"
BUILDING SUPPLIES
Flrat Arenue
Telephone iM
Read the Daily Optimist T ll B   P It 1 N C K   K U !' K K T   0 PT 1 M I 8 T
Windsor Hotel
first AVE
NOB AT KIGHTH STREET
Newly Furnished and
Sionm Heated Rooma
., nKST   CLASS BAR   AND   DINING
RO0M IN CONNECTION
KATES 60 CENTS AND UP
BATH8   KREE  TO   CHESTS
ROBT. ASHLr
P.O. BOX 37
New
Knox
Hotel
Al h & BESNER, Proprietors|
\'< ,  Knox ll'iti'l is run un tin* European
I i . erviea.   All the Lafeaat Muui-rn
I -�� HEDS 6UC Ul'
ll.ST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT i
IRAND HOTE
FORKING MAN'S HOME
|riiu; Beds, clean White Sheets 25c
Rooms 50c
ST IN TOWN   FOR  THE   MONEY
Labour  Bureau  in  connection
All kiiuls of positions
funiahe
FREE
RST AVE. AND SEVENTH STREET
J GOODMAN, Proprietor
Phuni* 178, Prince Rupert, B.C.
THE POSITION OF
STRIKE TODAY
BOTH  CONTRACTORS AND  MEN
ARE DETERMINED
Beatrice Brought up 15 Men Who
Joined the Strikers. Rumor That
Mclnnis Would Start Men at Old
Rate Today.
Still the strike situation remains
unchanged. Hy tin* 1'.eatrice Monday
there arrived about fifteen men sent
here by Vancouver agencies, They fur
the most part fell in with the sinkers
and some of them Joined the P. R. I. A
There was nn demonstration on the
ai rival oT the steamer, but the wharfs
nre always watched by the Striken when
boats arrive.
This morning it is said ihul two men
appeared on Mclnnis & Kelly's contract
ready to no to work. They were interviewed by a committee of the strikers
and did not start up. This afternoon
it was rumored that there might be
trouble On the same cut, as Mclnnis
had lifteen men ready to start at 1 p.m.
A body of the strikers attended them,
but apparently there was nothing lo
the rumor.
The men continue to occupy their
hall during the day, and are si ill quietly
determined. A well organised com
missariat department is looking after
the wains of the men who are broke.
There are not many of them.
Interviewed today, S. P. McMordie
maintained his attitude as at lirst.
He docs not consider the 45 cent rate
al all feasible or thc granting of it
advisable. "With so many men ready
in Vancouver and other coast cities
to work for less," he says, "it would
be ridiculous to pay 45 cents per hour
for unskilled labor here."
The other contractors standing out
voice the same opinion, but M. Gurvitch
will probably start tomorrow.
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THINK OF US
Plain Styles Prevail
The tiny for "rah rah!" clothes is done. Young fellows for the past two
yean demanded fancy culls anil Maps and all the "Hub-dubs" and "liinky-dinks"
that the tailor could put on their clothes. The reaction has set in as we all
knew it woultl. To-day plain styles prevail���no frills ami no millinery effects of
any kind of them.
But don't forget that correct styles for youiiR men are still very different
from those for elderly men. If vour tailor doesn't know the difference come to
us ami we'll be Kind to show you how the 20th Century Brand tailors distinguish
between smart clothes for young men ami genteel styles for older men.
WK ARK SOLE AGENTS
MINISTER IS
UNDER ARREST
REV.  Z.   B.  GRASS  IS CHARGED
WITH ARSON
Wns Found in thc Houae on Sunday
Evening While o Fire of Papera
and a Torch Flamed in the Attic.
Moncton, N. B��� March 6. Rev. Z
B. Grass, Reformed Baptist minister,
wits arraigned in tha police court yesterday afternoon charged with setting
lire to his residence last Sunday. It
appears from the evidence that he
was left alone in his house on Sunday
evening, thc other members of tin-
household going to thc Central Methodist Church, where thc accused appeared later. The (ire wits discovered
in the attic, where kindlings, partly
burned paper, and a torch were found.
Mr. Grass has not had any settled pastorale of late.
Beofre Magistrate Kay today, hc
wiih committed to stand trial at the
next sitting of the Supreme Court in
Dorchester.
Sloan & Company
Sixth Street - Alder Block
A Guarantaa of
Value   Received."
IUSSALLEM & CO.
<.ood Freah Groceriea
i     at City   Pricea      1
pi TABLE CLOTHS & TURKISH TOWELS
*���*" A SPECIAL  LINE WITH US.
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''���"'Ave., east of McBride
I'honc 228 Black
FIRE AT ST. JOHNS
$15,000   Blaze   Injurea   Proapecta  of
Little Quebec Town
(Special to thc Optimisti
St. Johns, Quebec, March 7. Several
business establishments were destroyed
by fire'here at an early hour this morning. The damage gas been valued at
$15,000. Most of the places touched
were gutted, in the absence of proper
fire protection.
Notice
The following are no longer member
of the Prince Rupert Real Estate ExJ
changei-Chas. M. Wilson, Rupert
City Realty and Information Bureau
Limited.    Prince Rupert  Real  Estate
Exchange.
52-55
Send to Birks...
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Architect
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STUART fi  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS -:- AUDITOR8
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Prince Rupert P.O. Boa 351
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Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
���t' ���-���    Rxchu l*- block, eorner Third t. * 11* nnd
Sixth itr-Mt Princa Kumu-t. 8
WM. S. HALL, I.. U.S., D. li S,
Dbntist.
Crown and Bridge Work s Specialty.
An lii'iitnl operatloni skilfully treated. tj:.s and
toeal iiniiNilit'iic: admlnlatarad for lha nalnlaai as*
traction of tooth.   Consultation free.   Officea: 19
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P. O. Box 436 - Office 3rd and f ulton
P.O H(iX IS PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
PUPIL OP WM.   HIXi'N,  KSi'.,   A.It.A.M,. I ON     IM.
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.0.0.F
NO.  63
Meets In the Helgerson Hlock
Every Tuesday Evening
All members of the order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
(J. S. JOIINSTONK. N.G.
H.  MORTON, Secretary.
To Lease
ON REASONABLE TERMS
HENRY BIRKS & SONS, Limited
Jewellery Mail Order House
GEO. E. TROREY, Managing Director Vancouver, B.C.
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LOTS
BLOCK
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GET IN NOW AND GET IN RIGHT
The followini* properties will bc sold en block, or separately
and on easy terms.
SUCTION (INK
Block
10
11
11
12
13
18
Lots
6-7-9*10
1-2-3-4-5-6
9-10
22
21-22
1-2
SECTION ONE
Hlock I-otH  27
SECTION ONE
42-43
19
19
20
34
84
27
3-4
15-16
19-20
8647*88
42
9-10
SECTION  FIVE
Block
is
Lots
22-23
22-23
SECTION  SIX
7-8-9-10
For prices, terms and particulars, apply to
W. S. BENSON,
Second Avenue
AGENT
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Phone 214
FIRE INSURANCE AND RENTALS
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
' Second Ave., Prince Rupert, B.C.
PRINCE RUPERT WAREHOUSING AND
FORWARDING COMPANY
Fin* A��e.
Ne*. M   l-.i.le,
Forwarding,  Distributing imd
Shipping Agents.
Storage of Baggage and House
hold Goods a Specialty.
-AT  LOWE8T  RATES
Douglas Sutherland, Mgr.
P. O. Box 907 Phone 262 THE    PRINCE    P. UPEKT   OPTIMIST
The Prince Rupert Optimist
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has grown up with the city.
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Letters to the Editor
Daily Edition.
Wednesday, March 8
Well Done, Alderman Newton
Upon many recent occasions it haa been our duty to adversely criticise the
conduct of Alderman Newton. For this reason it is an added pleasure to be able
to commend his public conduct in light ing single-handed against his colleagues
in the council over lhe question of hotel hours.
His conduct at Monday evening's council meeting was deserving of the highest
praise. His stand in support of the plebiscite ns a fair method of settling the question of hotel hours, showed on this question at least, that Alderman Newton is
prepared to put lhe interests of the electors before the demands of the machine.
We would not be stinting in our commendation of his action.
The public has not wakened up yet to the significance of the new license bylaw - liich wa.** rushed through the council on Monday night. The hotelmen���
mini) '.f whom were behind the demand for it���have not all realised yet that it
is a whip wherewith to scourge their bucks, a chain wherewith they may be shackled
to the machine.
But when the public and the Imtelmen waken up to know whut manner of
by-law this is, they will not feel very grateful to he council who forced it on the
public.
Alderman Newton was quite correct in his claim that the clause in the nev
by-law which provides for the keeping open of bars till midnight, should be sub
mitted to the people for their pronouncement.
By their action in forcing the extension of hours through without permitting
a plebiscite the council showed that they feured the people's will.
For his outspoken stand against such arbitrary treatment of the citizens,
Alderman Newton has earned the thanks of all who believe in government by thc
people.
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FOR SALE-Winchester 40-82 cal.. Savage 808
and 25-20 cal.. cheap.     Address M. X.. Optimist. M-56
WANTED-Room uml board In private family
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WANTED-Positlon by woman to do cooking or
general housework.   Apply to Mrs. Hupk,
Royal Hotel. ****
Take Nonce
All accounts not settled by the loth, service will
he discontinued.
City Scavenging Company
Warning
The public are warned to keep away from this
works while bkists are being fired. Persons persisting in approaching lifter being warned do bo
at their own risk.
S. P. McMORDlE & Co.
201-tf Contractors
S. O. E. B. S.
Tho Sons of England open their new Lodge. No.
.118, on Tuesday. March Tth. at 8 p.m., in the
Carpenter's Hull. All members arc requested to
to be present ns there is most important business.
Appllentions for membership will nlso be taken.
52-66 K. V. CLARK. Acting-Sec.
For Sale
For sale or trade for land in or near Prince Rupert, an orchard of ti B0>100 acres in ten year old
cherry and peach trees; also house with five
rooms and bath, and stable for five or six horaes.
Furthc. particulars furnished pn application to
B. T. SCHEVMERHORN.
54-57 Clarkslnn, Washington
Nonce
The Old By-Law and the New
One of the last acts of the old council wus to frame and pass a by-law to regulute
hotel burs.
One of the first acts of the new council is to pass a new by-law to regulate
hotel bars.
At first sight the two by-laws seem identical. Clause after clause for nearly
fifty clauses the new by-law was copied from the old one.
In only two cluuses do they differ. The first is thai the old by-law insisted
on bar*, closing ul 11 p.m.; thc new by-law permits them to remain open till 12
midnight. Th it is a chunge which is readily understood and upon which citizens,
according to their convictions will have clear-cut differences. There is nothing
sinister ubout it.
With the other clause- clause 47 in the old by-law���it is different. In the
hub bub about extending the hours on which the bars may keep open it wus almost
lost sight of. Yet il is by fur lhe most important item in the chunge. Its absence
from the new by-law has a decidedly sinister suggestion.
Clause 47 or the "square deal clause" wus u unique cluuse, in British Columbia,
It was designed by lhe lata council to prevent the liquor truffle of I'rince Ruperl
from ever being lie.l to the wheels of any polilicul machine. It provided ihul
no license bidder could have his license luken awuy from him, so long us he conducted his hole! v.iihotu misdemeanor.
"Absolutely ititro ririn, and a mom salulory clause to insert in uny license
law" was tha opinion of one of the most prominent King's Counsellors in British
Columbia lo whom the clause was submitted. Polities did not enter into his judgment, (or the counsel in question is a very well-known Conservulive.
The need of such u clause is well shown by such it combination of circumstance*, as we have at the present moment in i'rince Rupert. Theoreticully, the
citizens liavc two represent at ives, and the Province one, on the License Com-
ii.iv.ion.
But dill ll how ii works out in fact. Mr William Munson us member for
Bkaana iinminiiti-s OIM private dtiian and one aldermun as commissioners. Then
Mr. William Man-nin as Mayor of Prince Rupert becomes the third member of
tha board hlmaalf,  Cotnmanl is Huperiiuous.
The ''���quart deal clause" was the only safeguard u license-holder hud thut his
living did not depend upon the caprice of a board of license commissioners who
might be all members of one political parly and pledged to the principle of "to
the victors, belong the spoils." It wus the license-holders Mugnu ("hnrta; the
one tiling which was capable of keeping the licensed trude in I'rince Rupert safe
from spoliation at the hands of machine politicians.
There was only one way of gelling rid of thc square deal clause which the
fust council of I'rince Rupert embodied in lhe city by-laws, that was by bringing
in an entirely new by-law- nd a new by-law with the square deal clause cut out
has been brought in.
Was the licensed trude of Prince Rupert lulled into security by thc promise
of another hour's extension?   Is this the meaning of the new license by-law?
The undersigned invite tenders for the purchase
of the Phenix Theatre, situate upon lots seven (71
und eight (s). block twenty-four (24). section one
(1). Prince Rupert. A lease of the said lots can
be given on very favorable terms. Tenders will
be received until 12 o'clock noon on Saturday the
Uth dny of March, 1S11. No tender necessarily
accepted.
GEORGE D. TITE,
Assignee of Arthur Heiney
CARSS 4 BENNETT.
Solicitors for Assignee
Dated this 6th day of March. 1911. 64-6S
Alderman Clayton and the Red Flags
Sir,���At a meeting of the city council
on Monday night Alderman Clayton
inquired whether it was true that the
Industrial Workers were demanding
from the city employees 60 cents per
day each man. For Aldermun Clayton's
benefit I would say that the Indussriul
Workers have made no demand for
money from any man. But the single
men have volunteered to subscribe 60
cents per day toward the strike fund,
which is pretty healthy, and we want
no assistance from married men. You
have got to be a British Subject, a
married man, a white man, a resident,
and a taxpayer to work for the city at
present. And now it seems as if some
of the aldermen would want to make
us spend our money ns they sec fit. I
think that when a man works knee
deep in muskeg he should be uble to
do with his money us he pleases. Per-
hups they would ruther see that 60
cents spent between the hours of 11
and 12 p.m., the extension of time
they have given the hotel keepers*
But this time the workers are going
to fool them instead of buying white
shirts and plug hats for saloon keepers
they ure going to buy grub for the
strikers instead of sore heads they will
have full stomachs. It seems us if
some people are sore because this
strike is being carried on in a quiet
and peaceful manner. In regard to
the Red Fla- incident, if Aldermun
Clayton had put on his glasses while
looking ut that parude he would have
seen that the workers had three banners, not flags, and that although there
was a predominence of red there was
also white and blue, the three colors
that go to make up the Union Jack.
Yours truly,
P. D .CARROLL
Guessing
Contest
To tho person giiMsm, nwirc��� ^
length of time tho
Eight   Day   Library! Clock
now showing in our window will *-
with nni* winding,
we will
give..
FREE
ikr.:
GRUBSTAKE WANTED
By an experienced prospector
to proepect in certain places.
-ADDRBSS-
Prospector, P. O. Box 339, City
w. j. McCutcheon ?
Carries complete stock of Drugs.   Special
attention paid to filling prescriptions.
Theatre Block Pwera no. 79 Second Ave.
****-*************+*********
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOI.KSAI.K AND ItKTAII. DRUGGIST
Phone No. 200 P. 0. Box 580
PRINCE RUPERT. B.C.
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Toilet Set r.,���,
Silver Mesh Bai .  .   50(��
Ladles' Solid 1 tkt. Gold
Wutch nml Guard    -,n���
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Watch G0.H0
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Plumbing   : Steamfittinj
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Over B.C. Bakery PRINCE RUI'EHT.M
Don't forget the Hard Time and
Masquerade Ball on Wednesday night
in the Mclntyre Hall. Dress and advertise any old thing. Prizes worth
competing for on exhibition in Gray's
Jewellry window.   Gray's Orchestra.
$60.00 prize to be given away now
displayed in C. B. Wark's display
window.    See adv. 52-59
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ICOAL
! FOB HOUSEHOLD t'SE
To those desiring n rhraiwr fuel *
offer the screenings st
$7.50 per ton, Delivered
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AFTER THE BAGGAGE SMASHER
Bill  ia   Introduced   in  the  Houae  of
Commons
Ottawa, March 6.-In tho House
today Mr. E. N. Lewis introduced "an
act  respecting  h��|****gH*"iniWng|"  by
which he hopes to cope with the inconvenience and loss sustained hy passengers through the careless and reckless
handling of their trunks and valises.
The measure proposes to place a fine,
not exceeding $50, on the man guilty
of doing the damage, and to hold the
railway responsible under a decision
of a magistrate for the loss sustained.
Hon. Mr. Graham approved the first
reading of the bill. Thc railway act,
the Minister pointed out, gave certain
powers in this matter, but the whole
subject would be looked into.
THE  WEATHER
Twenty-four hours  ending 5   a. m..
March 8.
MAX.Tr.nr.      m*t.Tr.*tr.       BA���.     m. rain
38.0 31.0
Snow���1 inch
29.574
WANTED
50 Houses
3, 4, 5 and 6 Rooms Each
I Will Rent 50 Houses; Will Take 10 Each Month
Guarantee to lease them at a price
that will net 12 1-2 per cent, on the
investment. Am ready and willing to
deposit cash in any bank in Prince
Rupert to protect anyone who will undertake to deliver to me 10 houses
per month.
Uncle Jerry THE   PRINCE    RU
OPTIMIST
, ,    ���������,. -stands Land Dlstrict-DUtricl ol \
Skeena
fc ���_ ,|���,i I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
tr,rl"|C|-inils- L i. aat       CommencinK al a poat plantcnl abuut two mile
r .,7. il. at ��� DOtt planted at the mouth ol 1 m***^ and two mHw wugt o( the mmUh of lh
IrffklrtS ami marked J. McL. N. L. Cor- ��� TU| tt*ver and mar|.cd j. McL. N. K. Cornel
I ���'.'" ��2 *i ��� ....itii HO chainB, thonce went I m���   7). theneo Houth SO chninn. thnnci> wont, k
Queen C harlotUiUltudl Land DUtriot������DUtrict of
Skeena
Take notice that I, John McLeod of Vancouver
  occupalion hroker, intend to apply for permiaaion
n l-niki-r  intend to apply forl permission 1 to prMpGet *or Coal and petroleum on the following
*���. .A for coul und petroleum on tho following ��� de8Cribed landa:
'"���"" ��� ��� ** poat planted about two milea
the
thence M)ufh~80~chain��. thonce west I ^772,"'thenco aouth"80' chaVnsrthcnceVnt 80
�� ia' tWea north o0 c*1****1*8' th��nce ?*Htf 18 * chfl*n8'  thenco  north  80  chaina,  thenct- eaat  80 ���
.'   |ht ul commencement; containing b��0   cnams   t0  point  of   commencement;    conuining!
1 :,. lir i.��a. ..  , ���,,,-.      I CIO acrea, more or lesa.
'/       8 mi JOHN McLKOD       I)Bl0(l St, 22, 1911. JOHN MeLEOD |
Keb. 83. UaUe K" Walter* AK��nt- ] Pub. Fob. 24. Clarence McDowell, Agent j
Queen Charlolle lalanda Land Diatrict-District of
Skeena
Take notice lhat 1, John McLeod of Vancouver, ,
occupalion broker, intend to apply for permiaaion
to   proapect for coal and petroleum on the following
described landa:
Commencing at u post planted abuut two milea *
aouth and two milea WMt of the mouth of lhe
TiYl Uiver and marked J. Mc.L. S. B. Corner,
No. 48, thence north KO chaina. thence weat 80
chains, thenn* aouth 80 chains, thsUM eaat 80 ;
chaina to point of commt'ncvmenl* contuining 640
acres, moro or leaa.
Dated Fob. 22, l'Jll JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 24. Leslie E. Walter, Agent
QUOon C Wil t * lalanda land Dis'rid - DltrlQt of
Ske-  11
Taks notice thai 1. John MeL eod of Vanmuver
occupation broker, inlend to apply for permiasion
to pro peet for coal and pet role un on thn following
dewribe I lands:
Ommenci �� at a pnst plant, d about aix miloa
aouth and twu miea weet ol the muuth ol the
Tl-el River and marked j. MeL. N K. Cornet
No. 43 thene south so chains, thenee west 80
c aina, thenee north K0 chains, thun i- nit 80
chaina to point of commencement; containing 040
acrea, more or leas.
Dat6dFab.S8.l9U. JOHN M'LEOD
Pub. Feb. 25. Clarance McDowell, Agent
BILL LYNCH
ON THE STRIKE
HE   PREDICTS   ADVERSELY
THE STRIKERS
FOR
Oar-MIl Island. I**.-*" Diatrict���UlBtrict ol
Skvona
���.fa notice that 1, John McLood ol Vancouver.
�����'������ intend to .pply tor permission
P", tewl md'i��t"roleSm'on the LUowlns
fEdr* ��t �� t** P1��ntcd **bout !.w0 mi!S
TTZ niiuth of tKo'-U-ol lllver and markod
S
thi-nci
W  turner, No. 19, thonce south 80
aaat 80 chains, thonco north  8d
,,. west 80 chaina to point of com
(������.���,:'���; containing 040 acres, more or Jos..
isl Keb,
. tth
11, l'Jll
JOHN McLKOD
Clarcnca McDowell, Agent
m Charlotte Inlands Und District-District ol
Skiene
,lr BOllM that 1. John McUod ol Vancouver,
mon broker, intend 10 apply lor permission
pact i���r cual and potroleum on the lollowing
Gauattlnt St a post planted about two mllee
Cul 1 ' nou'h 0/ the Tl-el Kiver and marked
PMcl S. B. Corner. No. 49, Ihence south 80
thane. Mtt 80 ch.ins. thenco north 80
an ilinic cast 80 ch.ina to point ol com-
-BSrtntl cintaining WO ��ros, more mUm.
,,l reli "1   1911 JOHN McLOKU
. W'b. -J- Cl.roncc McDowell, Agent
L ti (.���harlotte Islanda Und DUtrict��� District ol
Skeena
-aid nolice th.l 1. John McLeod ol Vancouver,
riiistum broker, intend 10 apply lor permission
jttapKI lot coal and iH'lroleum on tho lollowing
���riUsl land.:
-niiiencuiR al . post planted about three mileo
ol Um mouth ol lho Tl-el    River m.rked
Mrl..  S. K. Corner, No. 70, tbence aouth 80
thence wiit 80 ch.ina, Ihence north 80
thence east  80 Ch.ln. to point  ol  corn-
rent; containing 840 acres, more or loaa.
Vied lib. II, 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
lb. lib.ll1! Clarence McDowell, Agenl
hem Charlotte lalanda Land DUtriet���DUtriet ol
Skeen.
Tiki MUe. that 1. John McUod ol Vancouvor,
���utmion broker, Inlend to apply lor permission
pnapaM lor coal .nd petroleum on the lollowing
tents.! land.:
lommenring at . poat planted three miles weat
mouth ot thc Tl-el Kiver .nd marked J.
s K. Corner, No. 29, Ihence north 80
litis, tl.ence weat 80 chain., thence aoulh 80
thonce east 80 chains lo point ol com-
,,,ntaining ��40 acres, more or leaa.
kted Feh. 21. 1911. JOHN McLKOD
|ttb. IM. IS. Clarence McDowell, Agenl
-fajllmis Mauds Und District -DUtrict ol
Skeen.
1*1.1. 1.: n- that I, John McLeod ol Vancouvor,
Sru'siisiii hroker. intend to apply lor permission
1 pr*i**s*vi lor coal nnd pelroleum on the lollowing
Jested lar.da:
ICommi-nnng al a poal planted about live mile.
prtli .ixl mm* mile west ot the mouth  o    the
���il Itivrr and marked J. McL. N. K. (Corner.
:.. 1  'lire nouth 80 chains,    thenee srtwl 80
is. In* nee north 80 ehalns. theneo cast 80
ut.. to point ot commencement; eonlaining 810
ns. n nr,* nr leas.
11. I I.I. Jo, 19*11. JOHN  Mci KOI)
ul. I*: Clarence McDowoll, Agent
r*��n ll,.ilntte Islands Und DUtrict -District ol
Skeena
iT.ki* ni'Uce lhat I, John Mcleod ol Vancouver.
Knpainn broker. Intend to apply lor iiermission
I PI i"<-i Inr co.l nnd lietroleum on the (nllnwing
rWnisd i.mls*
twins .' . poin planted aboul tour mites
>rt|i .*,,t three mtlea weal ot thc mouth ot the
Pel Ui-ir and marked J. McU, N. W. Corner.
1 "Mice south 80 chain:, thence eaat F0
it."nt* north 80 chain., Ihence west hO
'��� i".int ol commeneement: eonlaining 610
jn'-. room or h-as.
'���'< 1 l'l' IS, 1911. JOHN McLKOD
Cl.renee Me.-owell. Agenl
{SMS ' 1.rlniie Island. Und District -DUtrlctol
Skeena
1 mtitv lhat I, John McLeod ol Vancouver,
roker, intend to apply tor   permia��ion
re |s-1 |,,r p,,.| Rn<| rieiroleum on the tollowing
ind.:
''���' 111 at . post planted aliout tour mile.
' line nnli�� west ol the month nl the
l.i'*- and marked J. McL., S. VV. Corner,
HU* I .nl   80 chains   Ihence east  HO
'   '   '  ""   south  80 i*'.ins.   thence  weat  80
' 'I cu.mi in*,' lent;   containing filll
'i leaa.
>' 1911. JOHN McLKOD
Clarance McDowell. Agen
f ���������lie Ul.ml. Und Dtolrtet -Dlstricl ol
Skeena
'   -that I, John Mcl.end ot V.ncouver.
'���inker, intend to .pply tor permission
* H Inr coal and petroleum on the tollnwiog
Queen Charlotle Islands Und Disirict -District ol
Skeena
Take notice that I.   ohn McIx*od ol Vancouver,
occupation br ker. intend to apply lor |n>rmitision
to prospect for coal and petroleum on tin- following   jt_'-'
described land:
Commencing; at a post plumed about six miles
south and Iwo miles wi*st ol thi* Tl-el Uiver and
marked J.  Mel..  S.   K.  Corner,  No.  44,  thence
norlh 8(1 chains, tbence west SO  liiiins thenci'south I KupiTt
Ml chains  tlit'lii'i* oust 80 chains to point ol   com- '
encemenl;  rtintaininii li 10 acres, more or less.
Datad Fib.S3,1011 JOHN M'LKOD
I'ub. Keb. 'ir,. Clarance McDowell, Agent
Says End ia Certain to Go Against
Men. Demand for 45 Cent ia Exorbitant, and Plenty of Labor
Available for Leas,
"What  (Iocs Bill Lynch think about
Quite a number ol people interested
in the present labor difficulty in Prince
ive brough that question into
their conversation duriiiK the past few
days. Wherever Bill Lynch has been
seen engrossed in deep discussion with
a friend or two on the street someone
passing has been sure 10 suy "There's
an Interesting conversation going on.'
For Hill Lynch has been in this country
froir,   its earliest days.   He has worked
Queen Charlotto Islands Und District-District ot ; ^_lv_ t-,ulr,���tu. ������.������,., Umi |)iB,rict -DUtriet ot
Skwna ^ Skeenn
Take notice that I, John McUod ol Vancouver. , Tj>k(, ������������. thl(l , john Mc,^,d , v.ncouver,
oecupatlon broker intend to apply Im permission , lmu.Mmn \,W\.,.T. inlend to applv 'or permission
to prosiiect for cool and petroleum on the tollowing ,��� ,)rus|���,,.t (���r cou| ttnil pi.tr���i���urn ���n the (ollowing
described lands: *l��,erilied taints-
Commencing nt u posl planted about two miles ' ,���������,���.,���.;���������, ��� ,,ost ,,.���,,��������� ���|���,ui ,lx nli|w
nuth Ud two mile, west ot tho mouth 11I the 1 h un,, ,w() wm, o( ,h(. maa__ (), th��� .,,.,,
Tl-el River and marked   J   Mc.L. N. E. ( orniT     ,, ,v,ralll, ���mrK���(1 j. ____��� N, W, (���rn(,ri No, ;���_
___��\^S-*& �� ehS thence Stt M ftS" u,,h aa�� S^.J*S," 2**ml,*i��ftS,!!l\tmAu pioneer conditions, and has been
cnains,  tlence norii. <. .n     u��r.n mm aw 1 t|u.nce north 80 chains, thenw west so chains to r '
  point ol  commenwment;   containing  640  acros.   a   contractor   here.      Ills   Knowledge   of
SSad0r-ib.S8.1Bll, Jons M'l.K.o**: ! labor  matters   is  extensive.     And   Hill
I'ub. Keb. 28. Clarance McDowell, Agent \__y__tf_ has a reputation for Rood horse
Quwn Charlotto Islands Un.l District���District ol ; sense and  foresinllt.
Take notice th.t l. jStnMeUod ol Vnncouver,      What does he say about the strike?
occupation broker, intend toapply lor permission | t^j^, s]lys i]ijiS*
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chain, to point ol commencement; containin); 010
acres, moro or less.
Dated Keb SS, Ull. 'OHN MeLEOD
Pub. Feb. 21 Clan-nee McDowell. Agant
Queon Charlotte Island. L��nd Dislrici���District ot
Skeena
Tako notice lhal 1, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to upply (or permission
to prospect (or coal and petroleum on the followinK | to prospect tor coal and petruleum on tbe following
described land.:
CommonclniE .1 u post planted .bout two
milos soulh and two miles vest ol the mouth ol
the Tl-el Hiver. tiraham Island, and marketl
J. Mc.L. N. W. Corner, No. 31, thenci* south so
chains, thence east SO chain., thencc north SO
ehaina, ihence weet 80 chain, lo point o( commencement; containing 640 acres, more or leas. acres, more or less.
Dai.sl Feb ���_���_. P.HI. JOHN MeLEOD Dated Feb. 23, 1911
I'ub. Feb. 21.                Clarence McDowell, Auent   pu|,. Feb
Quaen Chorlotta Islands Land District -Diatrict ol
Skeena
Take notice that 1. John McLeod o[ Vancouver
occupation broker, inti nd to .pply tor permission
to prospect lor coal and pelroleum on the lollowinK
described l.nda;
Commencing .1 . po.1 planus! aboul two milea
aoulh and two milos wesl ol the mouth ol thc Tl-ol
Kiver .nd marked J. McL, S. \V. Corner, No. S3,
Ihence nonh SO chains, thenco eul ho chiins,
thence aoulh 80 chains, thencc west 80 chalna to
point ot commencement; containing 610 acres,
mon* or lea..
D.ted Feb. 22. 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Keb. 24. Clarence McDowell. Agenl
Queen Charlotto Islands Land District- DUlrict of
Skeen.
Tako notice that I, John McLeod ol Vancouver
occupation broker, intend to apply tor permission
to prospect for eoal and pelroleum on the tollowing
dci*crit*cd landa:
Commencing at a poet planted about Iwo mil���
wuth ot the Tl-el Kiver and marked John Mrl..
N. K Corner, No. 32. thenee south bO chains,
thence wnt SO ch.ins. thence north 80 ch.ina,
thence east 80 chaina to point ol commencement:
containing 640 acrea, more or leaa.
D.ted Feb 22. 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Feb. 21. Leslie E. Walter, Agent
Queen Chulottn Islands Land Diatrict -Dlstricl ot
Skis*iia
Take notice thai I, John McLeod ol Vancouver,
occupation broker. Intend to apply lor iiermission
to prospect tor coal and petroleum 00 lhe [ollowing
described lands:
Commencing at a post plantetl aboul two mllea
aouth ol the mouth ot the Tl-el Kiwr and marketl
J. McL S. E. Corner, No. 31, Ihenee west 80
chains, ihence norlh KO chains, thenci* rut 80
chains, thence aouth 80 chain. 10 polnl ot commenciment. containing 640 acres, more or loss.
D.ted Keb. 22, 1911. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Keb. 24. I-eslle E. Walter. Agenl
Queen Charlotte lshi.nl Und Dtotrlct-DUtriet ot
Ske n.
Take notic.* that I, Jo.m Mel* d ot Va couver,
o.-euoation broker, Inlend o aiply l"r p.*rmi.aion
to prns|iect for c al and iietroleam OS the lolluwing
ill**, nl" 1 lands;
Commencing ��l �� p-sl pl.nted aliout lour mlb*.
wuth snil two miles wnit ot Ihe mouth ol the
Tl^l Kiver snd msrkesl J. McL. N. K Corner,
No. At,, thencs* outh HO chsins, thence weat Ml
chains. Ihenc north Hll chsins. thenre east Hll
ehains lo poi t ut commencement:    ontainlng GIO
BKJia:8.iRt      j. un MLK..1.
I'ub  Feb. 2t>. Cl.rsnce McDowell, Agent
says
"There
���an be only one ending for it.
described land:
Commencing at a post planted about six miles . ���.,. . . ....
south and two miles wesi ol the mouth ol the 11 he strikers must lose.    These men are
?)** $***t.^*'it*L*:J&*'*.?���.-*��� -gyg making an exorbitant  demand.    It  is
No. 37 Ihence norlh 80 chains, thence east  HO 1 R
chains, thenci* south 80 chains, thence west 80 . a demand which no one will stand lor
ch.ins to point ot commencement;  containing 610 \ .       .     .
in the long run.
JOHN M'LEOD
t'l.iranc* McDowell, Agent
-DUlirct ol
Queen Charlotte Islands Land DUtrict
Skeetia
Take notice lhat 1, John McLeod ol V.ncouver,
occupation broker, Intend to .pply lor permission
to proapect tor eosl and petroleum on he following
doscriUsl l.nds:
Commencing al . poot plsnted sboul six miles
south .nil three miles weet ot the moulh ot the
Tl-el Kiver .nd marked J. McL. N. SL Corner,
No. 76, thenee soulh 80 chaiiu, thence west 80
chains. Ihenee north 80 chains, thence easl 80
chaina to point ot commencement; containing
640 acres, more or less.
DaU-d Keb. 23. 1911. JOHN M'LEOD
I'ub. Feb. 25. Clarance McDowell. Agent
Queen CharlotU' Islanda Und D strict - District of
Skis*ns
Tske notice th.t I, John McLeod ol Vsneouver,
occup.tion broker, Inlend to .pply lor permission
to prospecl tor coal antl lietroleum on tbe (ollowing
descrihed lands:
Commencing sl a post plantod sh mile, south
and three miles wis-l ol the mouth of the TM
Kiver and marked J. McL S. E. Corner, No. 75,
tnence north 80 chsins, thonce we.1 80 chsins,
thence south HO chain., Ihence eaat HO chain, to
point of eommencemenl; containing 640 acres,
more or len.
D.ted Keb. 23, 1911. JOHN  M I bull
Pub. Feb. 26. Clsrnce McDowell. Agent
Queen Chsrlolte Island. Land DUtriet -DUtrict ���>!
Skeen.
Tske notice th.t I, John McLeod ol Vancou>"cr
oecupstion broker, intend to apply tor permission
lo prospect (or coal and petroleum on the lollowing
described l.nd:
Commencing at n post plsnted eight miles south
and two west of the mouth ot 11 ��� I Kiver snd
marketl J. McU, S. W. Corner, No. .19, thence
norlh 80 ch.lns thence rut 80 chains, thenco
south 80 chsini-, Ihenee west HO ch.lns to point ot
commencement; contsining 640 seres, more or
bus.
Dsted Keb. 21, 1911. JOHN  MeLEOD
I-ub. Feb. 27. C. McDowell, Agent
Queen Chsrlotto Islsnds Und District���DUlrict ot
Skeen.
Tske notice that 1, John McLeod ot Vancouver,
oecupstion broker, Intend to apply to.- permission
to prospect tor coal and petroloum nn the (ollowing
described lsnd:
Commencing .1 . post plsnted eight miles south
snd two west ol the mouth ot Tl-el Itiver snd
marked J. McU. N. VY. Corner, No. 41, ihence
soulh HO chains, theSte west 80 chsins, tbence
north HO chains, ihenee east 80 ehsins to point
ol commeneement;  containing bill ncres, more or
Dated Feb 24, 1911. JOHN  MeLEOD
I'ub. Keb. 27. C. McDowell. Agent
I1
Queen Charlotte Islands I snd District���DUtriet ol
I Sk ens
Tske nolle Ihst I, John Mcl-cod ol Vsnisnu\er,
omipstio    broker, inlend 10 sppl   lor |��*rmissinii
I. I to pros|-ert lor cosl snd petroleum on ihe hill,
���I 1 i-ost plsnted shoot three miles ; deser b d isnds:
* mil*, west ol the mouth til the 11 el ,     Cominro-lng st s post planted lour ml'es ���nuth
I "i.tseI J  Md., H. E. Corner, No. 25,   and Iwo west ol the in uth 111 t ������   Il-el K"cr and 1 _ ,*,���,..   bla
nj 10 ehsm., thene. wmt HO ch.lns,    nilM J. McL. S. E Corner. No. HI. thence n rth   m.rkeil1 J��� ^U-. ��.K*i^t   S*i. *.. thenc.
1 I���l.a,,,.. thenc east K0 chain, to   8   c sin*. tl*enc ��� west 80 ch.ln.. the ce soulh HO ! norll
vsmcnl;   containing ��I0 acres,   c sins, 1 ence aM    0 eh.l     I    polnl ot com*
1 men emml:  tor.tslning 640 sen*., more aril -
D���od Keb    3.  Ull.      ��� JOHN M,Y'-n,
Pub. Feb. 25. Clsrsnce McDowell, Agent
1 Qui en Charlotte lalanda Und DUtrict - DUtrict rd
Skeena
Take notice thai I, John Melxsid ol V.ncouver,
occii|iulion broker, intend to apply (or iiermission
wing ! I" |iros|s*ci lor eusl ami petroleum on the lollowing
ilescnlssd land:
Commencing al s post plsn'tsl eighf mil,* soulh
snd two west ot the mouth ol the 11 el Kiver snd
And the strikers cannot maintain it. The end will be that
the work will be carried on at the usual
scale of wanes. There is abundance
of labor available and plenty of men
would be glad enough to work at the
wane offered.
"No, there will not be any serious,
trouble 1 think. Possibly one or.two
perhaps half a dozen, hot headed fellows
may be sent to cool off in the cells, but
with them as an example the others
will submit to the inevitable. The
strike will end adversely for the s.rikers
and those who have been supporting
it will b ��� thrown down mungsi thc
wreckage."
That's whut Bill Lynch ���rvnk-' about
it.
F. W. HART
UNDEKTAKEK & EMKA1.MEK
STOCK OOMFLSTS
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FOUR HUNDRED MILES OF GRADING ON THE BRANCH LINES
Kootenay   Central   Alao   Le     Fifty-
g four Milea Contract  near Golden
to the McDonald Co.    f Ca gary.
iS'iecial to he Optimist;
4 Winn peg, March ti. Contracts trailing four hundred miles of line w re
let her* today tO ari ui conl.actors.
The work is u I on branch lines w ��� of
hen*. A contract as tltt le to uild
a hue from the Kootemy Centr. I
tOUth fifty-four milea Io (ioltlen. Tie
contract was awarded to McDonald &
Co. of Calgary.
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Builder and Contractor
Plans nnd specifications prepared
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',    '    ��� km.
''���'"I I.'    .. un
1
JOHN MeLEOD
Clarenca McDowell, Agsnt
|��hcn 1 -harlntte Islands Und District-District ol
T.. Ssis-na
'    '.si I. Joh    M.I."..I nt \ ancouver,
soulh HO chsins. thenee east  bO ehslns tn |tolnl
of commencement;   contsining tilll seres, mon* av
Ds't'etl F��b. 24, 1SII. JOHN MeLEOD
I'ub. Peb. 27. C. McDowell, Agent
���nCharlolta Islands Land District���DUtriet ol   gui*��n Chariotte Islanda Und Di-trict-District ot
Skis ns Sk.sna
Tak" notice that I, John Mcl-cod ol Vancouver, I    Tik(, n01ic<, ,hll, Jl|hn Mr|,c.,| nl Vsncouver.
.roker, intend lo s|i|d>- lor |iermi-'-
eliin
*"��� ���!��� ' w stoker, i'liienii m***G lor naSSfia ! ��e.u|siiun . roker.intend to apply [�� PT" '*��!''���'   oecupslion hroker. Intend to s|i|il> lor permission
' b.r co.1 sn,l , etrolr-urr, on thi lollowing   to |. "-I } '"' e sl snd ,*ctrolcum on Ih   lollowing   ,��� |)nl<|HT, (ot ������,, ,���,, ���*���,,,,������, ���n lh,. -���||,mi���g
i*fil...*lm_-i-- " *       .*...   *.lu��,l1ai.,fla* I  _m_ _^im__u|    t ��� _.A.
Isntlk.
��� "" ii g .1 a post plantsd about four miles
1 'I three miles west of the moulh ot the 1 =:-,',,-, ,       ,.,,,,
marked J. MeL.. N. K Comer, I T&* Kiver snd msrke.1 J
des nlied lands:
Comm ncing at a post planted sboul I ur miles
-oulh snd two miles wet ol the mouth  ol  the
l-el Kiver snd msrked J. McL. N. \V. Corner.
.     M   I-��� ** mm-*      mnTt*   lit   \***' . _        ���  I
IV       ���   I threw
IJI -I Ilivcr and
I   .     ' ���''   lh 'I et* ,
I'
ll,-
I I
���  "r lt��s.
,'"' -M'UI.
JOHN  MeLEOD
Cl.renee McDwwell, Agent
I Qiiess f Ksriotm Islands Und District-District ol
I    T.i... .. Skeena
I Keen,,,, .',',"',"��� V"1 ,'��� lnhn McLeod of Vancouver,
I , "; 'roker intend to apply lor permission
WrM-Hl B rr���''"", peL-oleum on the following
nisfi isn.ls:
I tmrTHZ'l"}!* ** �� e0"1 Planted about tour miles
111 el ii'.L , mil" ****��� of the mouth of the
I \.,  ,���"���,*;��� "n'1 m��rke,l J. McL., S. E. Corner
If.  "���*��� north HO chains, thenee weUHO
1 . t, -a*, "i""11-  w tmmt*.  thence e��,t  SO
"���mi 'it ri-nitencnent;  containing 810
I 1 ���  '" l.'ti
1 :..'���:;;'���.,:r'- ������"�����       m_*_ \_wnp
"��� ���* Cl.renee McDowell. Agent
acres, more or lei
D.ted Keh. 2.1, WI.
I'ub. Feb 2!'.
JOHN M'LEOD
Clarence McDowell, Agent
Oueen Ch. lolte Ma** Und District-District ot
M Skeen.
Tske notice th.: I. John M<1, .-tl tit Van ouver,
occup.tion broker, Intend to apply tor permiss on
to pro pect or c oil . d ,.eir..leum on ., lollowing
d scrilied I nds: ,        ....    . _i,_
Commencing .1 . P ��t |l��nt d .bo t o r miles
oulh .nd two mile, wet ol lh    mmg*im\
f** Kvft snd ���..����! J. M L.   ���_ W. <��"w.
No. S5. thenee norlh HO eh.lns. ihenc    ea.   JO ,
chains.  Ihence siut      0 chsns,  the M west   S0|
"sins  0 P lot ol eommeneement;      ntainlng "40
"ubT Feb ioi, Cl��nce McDowell. Agent
.I. mi.1 1 land
Commencing .t a posl planted about eight
miles south and lour tsrst ol the mouth ol Ti-el
Kiver snd msrked J. McL. .1. W. Come . No. 77,
tnence north KO chsins, thence easl HO chains,
t ence soulh K0 ch.ins, Ihence w st HO ehsins to
poinl ol commeneement; contsining filO seres
more or less.
listed Feb. 21, I 11. JOHN MeLEOD
I'ub. Feb. 27. C. McDowell. Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Und District. DLstrlct o>
Skeena
Tske notiee that I, John McU*d ol Vsncouver,
oceupstlon hroker. Intend to apply or permission
lo prospecl tor eosl and petroleum ��� n the following
descrilied land:
Commencing sl . posl pl.nted about eight miles
south snd tour west ol the mouth ol Tl-el Kiver
and marked J. McL., N. W. Corner, No 7s, Ihence
soulh HO ehains, thence east HO chains, thence
nonh HO chains, thence m st HO 1 hains to poi 1 nl
commeneement;    containing  BIO  sen*,  more  or
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People of Chatham Are Excited Over
Its Appearance
iSpet-iid 10 lhe Optimisti
Chatham, March 8.- A mysierinus.
air craft which has heen Moating ahout.
in the uir for several days past has
given rise to all sons of excitement;
here. It ha* bMI seen several times |
hy different people at different place-i.
All agree that lhe mysterious craft is of
enormous proportions.
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I'li'.l Feb. 24,1011.
I'ub F.���!���. 27.
JOHN  Mcl.EOD
C McDowell, Agent
Queen Chsrlotte Islands Land District-District
of Hkeena
Take notice that I, John Mt-U'sl. of Vancouver,
H.C, occupalion broker, Inlend to apply for par.
mission to prospeet ftir coal and petroleum on the
following dfscrilied lsnds,
1. Commencing st s post planted nt tbe south*
east corner of e.,*il licenee No. :t*t2!��. marked .1 M.,
N.W. corner; Ihenre south Ml chains, thenre east
Hll chsins, Ihence north HO chains, tbence west HO
chains to point of commencement.
JOHN McLKOD.
Dnto.1 Feb. I, 1911 Wilson (iowing. Agent.
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'*���"-"���" Clwrl '���"������   ".M,���TO.bl      .
Take notloe thst I, .1.,,.. \,, ,.,,,.       i
occupation |,r���k���r . ���   no \���m a
to prospecl lor coal and petrol���      "lv:E*
ilescrils'i! jandl
..(I
Commencini, at ���   .���,.. .
rth und on.
tver and murked .1. \M.   ��� ','''":'"' tte.TM
innss  S...11I.   *..   ... .'.     *��� \. ���
n.nl
Klv
.  : '__M
thence nortli   1  i*l, , ��*��
thenci* south    I
jrth SO ch . ,
\'Zl :;!i:rr .
..inri' or lews.
Daied Fob, tl, 1911
Pub. March I.
JUIIX ��� 1.1, . I
���   I  I
-'���'���-������ ��-'������-, ij_\\
occupution broker, im ':-'���-"��, I
. ��� ia I
Queen churl..,., u, .���    1
Ss   , *'
lake notii*,. that I i^t*....   :
oocupation broker, itn . ."***��..
to prospect Inr cal u, :',-;����l
dweribed land.: *v|
Commonclnc ui a 1 1
north and nno 1111 .���. ,**>** I
Rlvar and marked J , ::'���*!
thenco norU .'.  �� 1
thance south 811 chi
poin ...,., '
mnre or lass.
Dnted Fab.27, 1911,
I'ub. Murch 1.
Queen Charlotte Islai .���  b___a
Tnke notice that I, Johl Mdrodol \____,
-jcunuiion broki
to pRxpact i.> 1.
ill seril., tl landi
Commenclt.il m   ��� ,
miles north and one J
Tl-el Kiwr an.l nu *\
No.  15, thenc J?*j I
chain . thence 1,1 rtl ..,-. ,w JJ
chains lo point ol ct 11 .'.^ I
uervs, mon or I..**.
lia'.j.ll.-b ::���.. i:.il. KI1N MrJJEXW]
Pllb, Murch 1. li, ,. ,,a I
Quaan Chariotte labttul -ii-rcai I
Take notice 1 liui I   '��� ... '\.-_���. 1
occiipiiiion broker, . ��� ;.rx_m I
to prospect (ur cnal ;. < .... I
iii*i.crilii-tl land.:
Cnninienciiiit ut a pi -: ii. tela) I
north   and  one  mile  .1. ;  ,:        **. utt at rat I
Tl-el Uiver ard markeil J   McL. ."��� IV. C-ne I
No. lit, thenct* north .>i*itfl
chuins, thenct* south  Mi chsii    irencrsstM
chains to point ni con ��� .'.:|W I
acres, mnre or less. 1
Datisl Keb. 27. 1911. JiHiN McIXOD l
l'ubst.Murch I. I. ���.' 1  VVilttr.A|at I
Queen Chariotta lalam ii^nti<|
Take relic that I. .' ',, *.., I
tHfupatioii broker. Intend to appl) l.r i.rsssi I
to prosiHTt lor ttm and pi In teui *.:. tr-eleMs..!
lii'siTils-il Isntis:
Commencini'   at    1   poll
miles norlh and one  nt ���   .ii.ttml
���1 l-.-l Kiver uml marked  1 Md   N.E.final
No. IS, thenci' south    '   1 '���:..��� sotll
chains.  Ihet.ee  north     ������   . .otHl
cnsins tu point ul commei ci r.isiribt * I
acres, more or less. I
Datisl Feb. 27,  It'll h'HN M-L'H I
l'lil..   Mal.-I. I
Queen Charlotle bland Land District In-wi |
gkeen. f
Take notice thai I, John McUi lot YUM
occupation lirok.r in- .    :'��� '.'".m I
to pros|H*ct lor coal anti 1 * u. 1 in tMhioasajj
described lands:
CommencinK map ��l "���'_**
norlh and oi.e mil. �������� I '��� "��� '������ " "1
Tl-el lllver and marked J McL v 1. IM*
No. 2:1, thence 1 ..ri I   - ������"���*���
chains, thence nuth    *      ''*'��� ** '<**
ehains to point ul cuninu -'���"��� I*?
acn-s, more er lass. ,,.,rtn
Datetl FSb.87.1811 J"HS Mt���
Pub. March. I. '���    ' '   �� alter. I**
Queen Charlolle bland Und DUlrici DKM
Sksei..
T.ke notice ihui I.J  McLeod of \*_____\
occupalion broker. Intand lo ippl) tmimmm
to prospecl lor ooal and petroleum01 tneMa-aaj
described lands: u
Commencinit ul 11 po I ; III led *m_\ * *��
north antl three miles ��aal ol the I _'
Tl-el Hiver and marked J. Mel... V '������ l_"*i
No.  65, tlience wulli    " ' '    " '".'J
chiins, thence nortli 90 chains, 'i..'c ��;**"
chsins to poinl of oornmaneernenti c"|:hiti��*-
scres, more or ll s. \IASM
Datod Feb. 27, lull. .        ' ''/  , iS
I'ub. March 1.
Bkaini ,,   ___.
��b.thatl,JohnMelss.loAm**
1 liroker. inten.l  I I I* ������**
t i���r coul .ml petroleuri ni 1 ��la*sm
Queen Charlotte Islands Un.l Dbtrld   I'm*'
Skis'. J
Take nntl.
oecupstion I
to prospect lor coul slid |s
descrilied lands:
Commcncine. ,1 .1 posl pl..n ��� ������ si " ����j#
north .ml ihree miles ��.'. jj tb. m ���" ^
Tl-ei Kiver and MtM I McL " , a
No. 36, thence mini.  W 2?Si
chains/thence sooth N cha   .. "j^Sl'l
chainstopoiniiilc.'i"" "
acres, more or less. ....  udJCl
tsys?'m1, -��� ���.��"-*-'
Qu��n Chirlotte l.k.i .1. Und I    *   I"-"'*"1
*mmm*M____l}.*^i^t'Sm\\
oecupslion Imiker. Intand to     =       'kJtoKS
to prospect lor colli Mid petrok
descrils'd lnnds: ���i.���,,,i sl��>ul ���'���*��� ���*?
CommencinK si  I      ' ,. ,",(,-�� *
north ind thn. mil- ��'���.,,   . i; tm*
Tl-el  Kiver .nd m.irki .1   ' ' ....,,.���,��
No. 58, thenc north  " ...������<��<"
"hsins,  thence   souih   *"  ' ., .Zl��*t*��
chains to point ol comment*. ���
seres, mor,* or less. ,,,.*j* MtUXi"
Dated Feb. 27. I'"'-          , 1   \v,'trr..U*
I'ub. March 1.
Queen (*h.rlo,leW.nd.L..,li-^^   1��<��*'
W^l '   ��� I..' V��iw��*
Tike notice that I, I"!"1   '    .     (ll. ,��rmis**
occupation broker, int.'...!'"        ,., lhPlI*r*l
to pros|iect lor coal and I" ' '
distcrilnsl lands: ,.i���,t,.l ibettl "*,"_[
CommencinK It I I'""' I'''.'���   ,'.   m���uih ol * ,
north and thn-e miles ��< ��.}2    s. _. (on*
Tl^.1  Kiver and Mi��rk.-I   '     "'   ,���,,���, .-A *
No. 59, thence south 90 *       ��� **_
chtllns,   thence  norlh_M_C ,���imT.|W
IOHSJWjSS
K. Wslter. .�����
evt*
rnitiii".   .. ��� ; st; cuittiniil
ch.ins to point ol ctimnienc	
acres, more or less.
Datetl Keb. 27, 1911.
I'ub. March 1.
Uf.ll
iii'tri-***
Qu��n Chsrlotte Islands I.;m;''';
"""  '       Skoin.   .     ..(vsnteuv*
, notice that jI. John   1 tott*____\
tion broker, iiilfii'l;    '���������,(,.!������
Ski.".'i
Tike notice that I, John >
occupalion broker. inH'ml' ,,ri,|,,.Wl
to prospect for coil und pel r'
described lands: ,,,.,������������ ��� 1   ''""'nfkll
Commencing   at   I   I"*' I tM ��"H*
miles north an.l thns- mil.    ��    ,   nM;.'*^
tho "I l-el Kiver .nd n"*".^,*',   ,l,,:.cc ��J ���
No.  57,  thence south  M      ���;       * ***J
ehllns,  thence  norlh  SO < .......tininl***
ch.ins to iwint of enmmenci noni
joHS.m**S3
acres, more or loss.
Dated Feb. 27, lflll*
I'ub. March 1.
|,    .1;. Walter.
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Distributors for Northern British Columbia
Open Evenings       Alder Block       SIXTH ST.
ORT MANN
(Subdivision of Sec. il) about 200 yards from waterfront
1'      ^iilidivision   ia   the   only   inside   subdivision   not  ownnd
by  the  Railroad  Company.
Lots from $700;   Very Easy Terms
-NORTHERN  ACENTS-
���amuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers, Prince Rupert and Stewart, B. C.
Agenta for Stewart Land Company,  Limited
I CHIPS FROM THE j
[HUMORISTS J
One fact ahout the harem skirl
I haven't learned,
On rainy daya, pray will il he
Held up or turned?
"How tlo you like your new- neighbors?'
"Very well.   They never come to use
our telephone during meal hours."
"We'll have little peace fn the hone
from now on."
"What's the matter?"
"Pa's starled to talk baseball again."
The little boy was stroking his moth
it's silk dress, as she was expensively
ready for her dinner party. "What a
beautiful dress, mother " he said. "Yes,"
said the mother, instructively, "and
do you know it all conies from a worm?'
"A worm " The little boy looked up,
puzzled for a moment. Then, "Uh,
yes" he cried, with a sudden understanding, "Father "
Visitor (at Navy Yard} Why such
extreme haste in the building of lhat
dreadnought? There is no prospecl of
war, is there?"
Naval Officer (Construction Department) Oh, no; we're simply trying to
get her done and launched before she
becomes obsolete
MAY LEAVE LEGISLATURE
Hawthornthwaite Said  to Aspire to
Ottawa
Victoriu, March 2.���-Before the Legislature prorogued Mr. Hawthornthwaite
treated the House to what may prove
to be his swan song, so far as the Legislature of British Columbia is concerned.
In moving the second reading of the bill
to prevent discrimination against members of trades unions, he rcmarketl that
this woultl probably be the last speech
he woultl make as a representative
in the provincial legislature. It is
well known that Mr. Hawihornlhwiiite
has ambitions to move to a larger field
and intends to be a candidate for the
Dominion parliament at the next elections. Evidently he figures that the
Dominion elections will be pulled off
before another year has elapsed. Mr.
Hawthornthwaite has been in the Provincial House since 1901.
His   bill   ubout   trades  unions   was
i bowled out with scant ceremony. Premier   McBride   merely   remarked   thai
| interferences   between   employers   and
I employees should not  be undertaken
without great care. Then the second
i reading was voted down, this being
- the last vote of the session.
"A LOT OF LOAFERS"
Thua Does an Ontario M. P. P. De-
acribe Hia Colleague!
Toronto, March 7. Allan Studholme,
Labor  member  for   Kitst   Hamilton  in
I the legislature, speaking al a muss
meet ing  of  meniheis of  the  Federated
I Building Trades at the Labor Temple
last night, described his colleagues in
lhe legislature as a lot of loafers who
never earn their salary. They did nut
work more thun live tlays a week antl
often not more than two hours u day.
And il hatl been decided lo increase the
pay of these "precious loafers" from
$1000 to $400 for the three months
they spend in Goronto.
COAL NOTICE
LAND  I'URCHASK  NOTICE
JULIUS LEVY
fobber of High-grade Havana Cigars
Tobaccos Wholesale and Retail
REPORT ON THE TARIFF
U   Issued   at   the   Request  of   Hon.
Joseph Chamberlain
{Special to the Optimwt)
London, March 7.���At the request
of Hon. Joseph Chamberlain, a report
on the Canada-United States reciprocity
agreement has been is ���**led by the
Tariff Reform Association-. It is R
voluminous affair.
��� jui . ii Chsrlotts islands Lumi District-District <>���*
Skeenu
Tuke notire Unit I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupution broker, inteml to Spply (or permission '
to pru>pect for ciml uml petroleum tin tlie following |
described lands.
( nmiiiencing ut a post plunteil about, eight !
miles nurth and three milea west uf the mnuth of '
the Tl-el Itiver and murked J. Mel.. S. K. Corner,
No. til. thence north Ml chuins, ihence west t*0
ehuins, thence south SU chain*', thenn* QSSt SU l
chuins to poinl of commencement, contuininK 010
acres, more or less.
Dstsd Kelt. 21, l'tll. JOHN MeLEOD \
['ul��. uMrvh 1. Leslie K. Waller, Agent
Queen Churlotte Islands LtSttd District    District of
Bkssns
Tuke notice that 1. John Mclxmd ol Vuncouver,
Occupation broker, intend to upply fur permission
to prospect for coal and petroleum on the [ollowing
described lands:
Commencing ut u post plumed about eight I
miles north und one mile east of the mouth of the -
Tl-el Uiver and marked J..McL., N. K. Corner, j
No. 9, thenes south B0 chuins, thence went HU \
chums, ihenn* north t*0 ehuitiK, thenn* eust SU '���
chains to point of commencement; containing tilO
seres, more or lesa.
Dated Pob. 28, WU. JOHN UeLBOD !
Pub. Murch 8. 0. McDowell,   .gent
Quaan Chariotte Islands Land Distriet���District of
Bkssns
Take notice thut 1, John McLeod of Vuncouver,!
occupution broker, intend to apply for permistdon ',
to prospect for coal und petroleum on the fullowing
dasdrbed lunds-
Commencing at u post plunted uboQt eight
mUM north and one mile oust of the muuth ������( the
Tl-el Uiver und marked J. McL.. S. K. Corner,
Nu. 10, thencv north SO chuinti, thenci* WCSt SO
chain*, ihence siuth Ml chains, ihence east 80
chuiiiH to point of commencement; containing 640
acres, more or leu*.
Dated Keb. 2S, IU1L JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Murch A, Clarence McDuwell. Agent
(jueon Charlotte Islands L.u.d DUtrict -DUtrict of
Skeenu
Take notice thut I, John McLeod of Vuncouver.
occupation broker, intend to apply for permission
to pr*' jMi-t for coal und pel roleum on the (olluwlng
ih   i*: :t- .1 I.i. ���!
Commencing ut a p��**��t planted ubout nine miles
north and one mile east ul the mouth uf the Tl-vl
EUver and marked J. McL., ;'-. B, turner. No. 11,
thence nurth so chain**, thence west hi) chains,
thsnes louthwchains, tames ��u.*t bO chaim to
point uf commencement, containing 610 ucres,
mon- or le*.-*.
Dated Feb. 88, 1011.     . . JOHN McLKOD
i'ub. March a. **--"Jencc McDowell, ARent
Quevn Charlotte Islands I-anil Di.trict    District of
Bkssns
Take notice that I, John McU-od of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to appl> for permission
to prospect for coal and petroleum on the fullowiiiK
descrilied land:
CommencinK at a post planted aliout nine mile a
north and one mile wen of the muuth of the
'll-el Uiver and marked J. McL.. S. \V. Corner,
No. 12, thence nnrth so chaina, thvnce oaat so
chains, thuncv south SO chaina, thence weat SO
chains to point uf commuiicvmunt; containinu i* 10
acre*, more ur less.
Dated Keb. 2S. ML JOB N McLOKD
I'ub. March A. Claruncu McDuwull, Agent
Queen Charlottv Mand* Und DUtrict���Diatrict of
Bkssns
Taken notico that I. Juhn McLvod uf Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend lo apply for permission
to prospoct for cualaml ptttruulvm on tnv following
.I.  i -ii ni land:
Commencing at a post planted about nine miloa
north and one milu west uf the mouth of thu Tl-vl
Uiver and marked J. M.I. . N. \V. Cornor, No. 13,
Ihvncv south so chalna, thvnev cast sU chains,
thence north SU chains, thencv weat SO chaina
lu point of commvncumvnt: containing ti 10 acres,
morv or leas.
Datvd Keb.'JS. PJll. JOHN McLKOD
I'ub. March A. Clarence McDowell, A Kent
Queen Charlottv Inlands Und Dutrict -District ol
Bkaana
Takv noticv that 1, John Mcl-cod uf Vancouver,
occupalion broker, inlend lu apply for permisaion
to prospvel fur coal and petruleum un the foUsGGG
io I-. <> i- ft for cual and [a-truleum on thu folluwlng
dvscrilivd land:
CommencinK ut a post plantnl ulsnit seven
miles north and ono milu wost of thv mouth of the
Tl-vl Kiver and markvd J. McL., S. VY. Corner,
No. ii, thuncv nurth SO chains, tbunco uast ���-������
chains, thence south Su chains, thance west su
chains tu |M>inl of commencomunt; containing MO
aires, more or lew*.
Datnl Keb. IS, IHU, JOHN McLKOD
I'ub. March a. Clarence McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlutte Islands Und District��� District of
Bkssns
Tuke notice that I, John Mr I.. - I ef Vancouver,
occupution broker, intond to apply for |H*rmis*iuh
lo pro>|>vcl for coal uml lailroleum on the followinR
��� le erlbsd land:
Co i.mencing at it post planted about nine miles
north and one mile wi**t of the mouth of thv,
'11 el Rivsr and murked J. McL.. S. K. Corner. No.
10, thenn* north ho chains, thenn? west SO chaina
thence south W chain*, (hence vast SU chains to
point uf commenevmunt; continuing Olu acres,
mon* ur leas.
Datnl Keb, 2f*. 1911. JoIlN MeLEOD
Tub. March a. CUrenco McDowell. \g ml
Queen Charlotte Islands Und District    Diatrict ol
Skena
Take nolice that I, John McUtod nf Vancouver,
occupution broke?,, inlend to apply for permiaaion
to ptOSpSCl for coul and petroleum on the following
described land:
'ommeiicitig at a poit plunted about nine
miles north and one mile west of the muuth of the
TIhI Uiver and marked V. McL., N. K . Corner,
Nu. 20, thnnce south Hfl chains, thenn- ���*�����-! mi
chains, thence north SO ,;( an,-, therce ea.t K0
chainn tn [mint of mm men cement; containing fi 10
acrea. more or leaa.
Dated Keb. 2S, K.M I. JOHN  MW.l.nD
Pub, March ft. Clarence McDuwell. ARent
Quevn Churlnttu Islands Und District���DUtriet uf
Skeena
Take notln> that I, Juhn McLood of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend lo apply foT permission
to prospect tot coal and potroleum on the following
described land:
Commencing at a poat planted about aeven
mllea north and unn mile weat of thc mouth of the
Tl-el Uiver and marked J. McL., H. K. Cornvr,
No. 21, thenco north 80 cnains, thenco west SO
Chains, thencc south 80 chuins, thenco eust 80
chalna to puint of commencement; containing
610 acrea, more or lew.
Dated Feb. 28, 1011. JOHN McLKOD
I'ub. March3. Clarance McDowell, Agent
Queen ('harlot le lalanda Und DUtrict���District of
Skeena
Take notice that I, John McUod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, Intend to apply for pcrmlsa'on
to prns|iect for roal and petroleum on the fullowing
described land:
Commencing at a post planted alwut eight
miles norlh und threo miles west of the mouth of
the Tl-el Uiver snd markvd J. McL., N. W. Corner,
No. 00, thence south 80 chains, thence east 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, thenco west 80
chains to point of commencement; containing
fi in urn-', mor or leaa.
Doled Keb. 28, 11*11. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. March 3. Clarence McDowell, Agent
Bkeena Lund Distriet- Distnct of Cutis t.
Take notice thst 1. J IL McAushoy of Prince
Etunart. occupation miner, Intendi to apply for
permission   to purchase  the   followini; described
lands:
Commeneini.* ut a post plunted ut tin* southwest
oorner of lot m0, thence sast 40 chains, thenoe
south li chains, theneo west 40 ehains, thenco
north fi chuins io point of eommeneement, contuininK UO ucres more er less.
Date Keb. 15.1911 J. H. MeAUGHEY
Pub. Keb. 25. lull. Andrew Kennedy. Auent
Skeenu Und District ���Diatrict of Coast
Take  notice thai  I, Peter Raid, of Vancouver,
H.C,  occupation   teamster,   intends  to apply for
permission to purchase the following described
Sands:
CommencinK ut u post planted and marked P.
K.'s S.W. corner and immediately iidjuintnii posts
marked J.M.'s N.K. comer und A.It. 'a S.K. eorner; thence north So chains, tlence eust 40 I hains,
thence south W chains, thenee west ao chstns, to
point of eommeneement, containing 320 acres
more or less. PETER REID,
Dated 1st Keb. u��il        Charles ll. Allen. Auent
Pub. Keb. gg.
Skeenu Und District-District of Const
Take notice thut  1, William Anderson, of Van-
eouver, B.C. occupation clerk, intends to upply
for permission lo purchase the Following desortb-
ed lands:
Commencing at a post planted uml marked W.
A. nmrthwostcorner, and ui��uut l mile from Alexander Huehun northern boundary line; thence
south SO chains, thenco east -ii chains thence
north SO chains, thencv wesl Nl chains, to point of
commencement, ContnininK 610 ���ores mote or lesa.
WILLIAM ANDERSON,
Dnted 1st Keb. 1011 Charles Q. Stnik. AKent
Pub. Keb. 'ih.
Bkoeni Land District - Duti tct of Cunst
Take   notice   thut   1.  Alexander   Huehun,  of
Vancouver, M.C., occupation butcher, intends to
apply for permission to purchaas the following
described lands:
CommencinK a post planted and marked A.H.'a
S.K. curner, and adjoininK posts merited J.M.'a
N.K. corner und P.K.'a S.K. coiner; thence weat
h. chains, thence north St chains, ihence eust HO
chuins, tnence south BOchalns to poinl of COnV
menesment, containin:t mo sores more or less,
ALEXANDER BUCHAN,
Dateil 1st Keb., 1UU Charles 11. Allen, Ak'ent
i'ub. Feb. ���:;
Skeena Land Diatrict���District of Coast.
Tuke notice that I, John Miller, of Vancouver,
H.i' . occupaliun butcher, intends to npply fur
permission to pi shass the following <!��� . iil-'d
landa:
Commencing nt n post planted about 1 chain
from tidewater al the head ot Luscombs Hay, and
markod J.M.'a N.K. oorner* tnence west BOenalnaj
thencv south mi ehains.  thenee east  BO chaina,
thvnev north n chains, tu point of commenoa*
ment, contiiininK 640 acres more or less.
JOHN MILLER,
Datad 1st Feb.. lUll Charles ll. Btark, Auent
Pub. Feb. 2G.
Skeenn Lnnd District -District of Const.
Take notice that I. Leslie K. Wulter. of Vancouver, ll.C, occuputiun prospector, intends to up.
ply fur permissiun to purchase the follow ink dea-
crita-d lands:
CommencinK at a posl plantetl und marked L,
E. W'.'a S.K. corner and immediately udjoininR*
post markvd W.A.'a N.W. corner; thence north 40
chains, thence west HO chuina, theme south 40
chains, thencv enst 80 chain*, to point uf com-
mencemenl. contuininK 32o acres, more or less.
LESLIES. WALTER,
Dated 1st Feb., l:-i 1 Charles 11   Allrn, Auent
Pub. Feb. 25.
COAL NOTICK
\ Queen Charlolte Islands Und District    District of
BIbmm
!     Take noticv that I, John McUod of Vancouver,
j occupation broker, intend lo apply fur p*.*rmij*.**ion
' to prospect for cual and petroleum on the following
i th-scrihid Isndi
I     Commencina  at   a  poit  plunt<*d   about  eight
milea north and thnt* miles cnsl of ths mouti of
[ the Tl-vl Hiver and marked J. ,\ rL, S.W. turner,
; No. til, thence north 80 chains, tnsnes east K0
i chains, thence south HO chaini-. thenci' west  HO
chains to point of commencement'    containing
*> 10 acros, more or lesa.
Dated Keb. W, lull. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. March A. Clarence McDowell, Agent
Quoen Churlotte Islands Und District - District of
Skeena
Take notice that 1, John McLeod of Vuncouver,
occuputiun broker. Intend to apptjfor peru-ission
to pro ..p. et for coal and petroleum on the following
dssertbsd land:
Commencing *t ��� post plaatad about nine nulea
north and thn-v miles vest of the month of the
Tl-el Hiver and marked J. McL., S. W. ( orner.
No. 6*.l, thence north HO chains, thence eust hO
chains, tnence south HO chains, thence ws I -"
chuins to point of commencement; conluinimi
610 acre*, mon* or lesa.
Dateil rab.fl. MIL JOHN McLKOD
Pub. March A. <'��� McDowell. Agent
Queen Chsrlotte Islands Und District-District of
Skeena
Take notire that I, John Mi-1.- ���> I of Vancouver,
occupalion broker, intend tn apply for |a>rrnias|nn
to p. ii p�� ��� ��� fur cnal and petrolcjm on the following
desritla-d land'
Commencing at a posl plantetl annul nine milea
north and (hni> milm went of the mouth of the
Tl-el Uiver and marknl J. McL., S. K. Corner,
No. 6.1, thenco north HO chall.s. thence wast HO
chains, thenrv aouth KO cha ns, thenre oast KO
chains to point of commonco-neni; containing
(ill) acres, more or leva.
Dated Keb. gg, loll. JOHN  McLKOD
Pub. March A. Clarence McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlutte Islandi Und District���Diatrict of
Skeena
Take notice that 1, Jnhn HcLaod of Vancouver,
n. ('., occupation broker, intend tn apply fur |>cr-
idsaion to pros|>ect for coal and DetfcBsUm on lho
following descrilKsl landa:
3,���Commencins al a |wl planted one milo
north of tie DOru ��S8t corner of I ot 171, marked
I. McL. N.W. Corner, being thenorth-we t corner,
theneo eaat H0 chaini, thence aouth HO chaina,
thenco weat 80 chains, thenee north HO chaina to
���mint of commencement.
Datod Dec. 24, 1310. JOHN M'LKOD
Pob. Jan.21. W, Daas, Agent
-Juevn Chariott* lalands Und Diatrict���Diatrict ol
Skeena
Take notice that I, Thim. II. Davey of Queen
Charlotte, occupation notary public, intend to
���pply for permisaion to proapWt for coal and
.H'troleum on the following described land:
Commencing at a past planteil nine miles north
ind two miles eaat of Section 13, Township 7,
iraham laland and marked No. 41, T. It. D., S. K.
eorner, thence weat HO chalna, theneo north HO
'iiains, thence eaat 80 chains, thence aouth H0
���hains Ui pnlnt of rommencement, eonlaining 640
aerea more or lens.
Dated Nov 6, 1910. THOS. II. DAVKY
Pub. Dec. 8. Wilaon (iowing, Agent THE   PRINCE   K'Jl'liRT   OPTIMIST
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
COAL NOTICE
Skeena Land Uisti let��� DUtrict of Coast
Take nutice that Henry  Macartney of  Prince
Rupert, H.C, occupation miner, intends to apply
for pet misHi'-n to purchase the following described lands,
CommencinK al a pust planted on left bunk of
Ex-ehuni-sik Kiver almut two and a half nulM
from its mouth and about one half milenbme
rapids, thence north BQ chnins, thence east 40
chains, thence south Ml chains more less to river
bank, thence wot-in chains muie or less along
river bunk to puint of commencement, containing
320 acres, more or leps.
Date Dee. lo, 1910,
Pub. Jan. 7. int HENRY MACARTNEY
Skeena Land IHsUicl - District of Coast liange >>
Take notice that Annus Hetiton of Prince Rupart,
H. C, occupatinn miner, intends to apply for permission to purchaaa th�� following described lands:
CommencinK at a post planted at the south
east corner of Lot Bag?, thence 10 chnins waat
thence 40 chains Miuth, thanca about 60 chains
east to Lakelse Lnkc, thence meandering said lake
ahore in an northerly direction to point of eommeneement: containing 170 ucres, mon' or less.
Post marked A. IL, N. K. Corner.
Dated Feb. 14. 1911. ANGUS BEATON
Pub. March I.
Skeena Land District-Distriet of Coast  Range 5
Take notice that George I.eviclc of Prince Rupert
B.  Cm orcupation .  Intendi t"  apply  fo
f>ermission   to   purchase  the  following  d-sril-edr]
ands: j
CommencinR   at   a  post   planted   on   shore  of ���
Lakelse ljike about t>0 ehains north east from outlet
of  odd   lake  .Lakelae   Kiver,   tbence  --.'O  chains'
north,  thence  ab-ut   00  chains  east   to   Luki tat
Lake, thence meandering >afd lnke   ������ ��� re in a Mf>
arly direction to point of comn.encen-.e'it:   containinK 80 arret, more or lews.   Post matked ti. L. ;
S. \V. (oner.
Date! lab. 11, 1911.'; GKOK-UE LLVlt K
Pub. March 4.
Quoen Charlotte Islands Land Disirict    District of
Skeena
Take notice that I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for permufjon
to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following
desert bid land:
Commencing at a post planted ahout eight
miles north and three miles west of the mouth of
the Tl-el Hiver and murked J. McL* S.W. Corner,
No. 61, thenco north M) chuins, thanea east 80
cimins, thence south KO chains, thence west 80
chains to point of commencement; containing
610 acres, more or less.
Duted Feb.28.1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. March A. Clarence McDowell, Agent
Queen Churlotte Islands Land District  -Distriet of
Skeena
Take notice that I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to appljfor permission
to prospect for eoul and petroleum on the following
descrilKtl land:
Commencing ut a post planted about nine miles
north and three miles -mat of the mouth of the
Tl-el Kiver and murked J. McL., B. \V. Corner,
No. 62, thence north i��0 chains, thence east SO
chains, thence souih hi) chains, thenre anal BO
chains to point of commencement; containing
t. lu acres, mon* or lesa.
Datod fib. 88. 1911. JOHN UeLBOD
Pub. .March A. C. McDowell. Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands l-and District���Diatrict of
Bkaana
Take notice that 1. John McU-od of Var couver.
occupation broker, ii.tend to apply for permission
to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following
��� it  t\:bi>* land:
Commencing at a post planted anout nine milea
north and three mile.*, west nf the mouth of thc
Tl-el River and marked J. McL.. S. E. Corner,
No. 63. thence north SO chains, their.��� \\�� t Mi
chidns, thence souih 80 chnins. ihenre east SO
chains to point of commencement: containing
610 acres, more or ler**,.
Datod Keb. 88, 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Marchll. Clarence McDowell, Agent
COAL NOTICE
IRISH MEMBERS
REFUSE SALARY
CONVICT HANCS HIMSELF
Had Servei' Fourteen Y
Sentence f0l* Bad'Of*!,'     "���
Hence
(Special to ihe Qpti
Queen Charlotte Islsnils Uml District���District ol
Skts'iiu
Tlla tlOtlot thai I, John MolrSOd ol VancouviT,
occuputiun lirokor, Intuit) to apply lor permission
to prospect lur cuul anil pel ruleum on the lollowini;
I^Su&netaa'it �� port Planted about eight i INTERESTING SITUATION ARISES I
I mill*** nunh and throe mile, west ol the mouth ol | IfJ DD,Tli:u umicc
| the Tl-el Itiver and niarkivl J. Mel.. fc E. Corner, , IN B**-! I ISM HUUSt ,..,..���., ,��� [ne ������.
I No.  Iii. thence north  BO chuins, thenee west 80;   Kiiuiutni,      \l      i
chsins.   thence  south   SO  chuins,   thence  east   SO , ,     .. n-in-JBlon,     Match    8,    .\f;,.r   -  ,   .
j chains to point ul commencement,  cuntinninr; 010   Irish   Members   Advise   Government | [OUTteen   Vrar*-   ol   n  lu.   . 'II
. acres   mure ur less. ' I'*1 li'\-0[\i. yu> I
Dated Feb. 27, MU. JOHN MeLEOD      to Spend Money on Some Useful   sentence, Charlea Goldsmith  ,        I
Pol. uMrch l. LeslieE. Walter. Agent L*.   .1, "u" �� wiivgl
i ,      Public Purpose in Ireland Instead.  at   tho    Penitentiary here, corirniiiia
tjucn Churlotte Islands Un.l District -Disirict ot   I Suicide  dlirini,' the ntoril     U "
Skeenn l , .      ,, i"a"t.    HP
Tuke noiice thst I, John McLeod of. Vsneouver, Dublin      March    7 An IntnmaHntr \*m "hilt into strips and hanmr
iH'cupiuiun bruker. imen.l tn apply lor permission L-UlUin,     lUdrcn     I.     All interesting | ���       "U nwijd
to proapeet lor eosl snd petroleum on the following  comment on (he    grasping and dollar-1 lr*   a* was senter.
d<SSSrtlSj!sl s ,.,,��, planted ahout eight  fed" characteristics of the Irish party  mu��<'*-���--*  "-wsaull  on it won
!:V1'Tl;\'r,h;iVVn,��r'Ka?s\i\VlV1'l"t''(-?,'r,!.!',1'  '���*��� Provided by u resolution the Nation    Lo'-(1��''*
J l-i*l   Klvir ti'iu   iiinrivl'U J.   .'it I*-.   ��� > ���   Tj.  v. ori.i it i b*b^	
ali.-*ts  have just   passed  concerning  the
impending payment of members in the
,,,,,,.���*.���.,.,;,,01 British Houae of Commons.
Pub. Murch 8. C. McDowell, Auent       [jj the matter of payment  of  mem-
Queen charlotte islands Land Distriet -District of j bers,  runs  the  gist  of  the  resolution,
Take notice th.t [.J&nMeUod ���f Vancouver, 'the Irish party wishes to stand apart  ��� .
occupation broker, intend tu upply lor permission   fr< m ���]._. other members of the  House IN BOTH PRIVATE AND Bmnnm
tu prospect ler eoul lind petroleum on the following         ,    ,                ,         ,             ,                 ,.    .  ��� * "*"*' we-aBB
ih.s.iri��'ti lands and  forego  the share  that   would   fall!
Coinmeiicing  ut  a  post  plsntad   about   eight   .       ,. mt      nr���0������_���   ���f   ,*,.   Mali '
miles nunh and one mile eost oi tl.e moutii el the  t��   thorn,     l r.e   presence  ol   tile   Iril-ll
���ll.i Hiu*r und ni.rked J. .\lcl... s. k. Corner,  .mrty   *n   the   British    Parliament    is
Nu.   In, tl.ence nurth Mi ci.aihs, tlence west Ml   '
chsins. thence south 80 chains, thence east SO   forced on them against their will:   they
No. 8, thenee suuiii BO ehslna, tlience wesl BO
chains, thenee north si) ehslna, thenee east so
chains lo point ul cointivnce'ilent:  DOntslning 040
scree, note i r less.
ELECTRIC 1
Work performed by expert, only.
chains to point of commenceilienl;  culiluinitii* lilt!    .
acres, mor,* or less. urc tlu're to give voice to certain griev-
Dut.sii'eb ���'���*. ion. john mclkod .������.,,. which this parliament is support-
Pub, March 8, Clarence McUowt 11, Auent   , ,    ,      ,
ing in  Ireland.    So they wish no pay
. Quis'ii Charlotte Islands 1 uM Disirict    Disirict ol I      ..       ., ���      ..  __ .  ..    .. .
I, skims save   the   voluntary contributions   oi
Ske na Land Disirict District ol Cosst Kant; 5
Take notice that l'eniamin I.usual Itice ol
I'rince Kupert. 11. C. occupaliun wulter. Intends
to apply lur permission to purchase the followini;
described lands:
lh Commencini; at u post planted fi.'i chiins south
from thc south ea*t corner ul Lot 8080, thence 70
chiins west, tlience 05 chiins north, thence 70
chiins east, thenee 05 chiins south lo puint nf
commencement; containing 155 seres, niore or
less. Post mirked ll. It. It.. S. K. Cor.
Iiontl lib. 18, 1911.
Tub. March I. BENJAMIN RU8SEL RICK
Queen Chsrlutte Islands IjhhI District���District cl
Skcna
Take notice t) st I, John Mcl.eod ot Vancouver,
B. C, occupation broker, intend to apply lor permission to prospecl for coal and petroleum on the
following described Isnds:
3.���Commencing st a post plsnted one mile
north ol lhe r.ortl.wist corner ol I ot 171, msrkeil
J. McL. N.W. Corner, being thenorth-we t corner
thence essl HO chiins, tbence south SO ehslns,
tbence west NO cbslns, thence north 80 chains to
Biint ol commencement,
ited Dec. 24.1910. JOHN M'LKOD
Pub. Jin. It. W. Diss, Agent
Skeeni ljind Dislrici -District .1 Cos*.! Itange 5
Tike notice thil William Knnklin firp-'Mcr
ol Prince Huts rt. 11. C, occupation restaurant
kts per. intends tu spply lur permission tn purchase
thc lollowini: deseril etf land :
Commencing at s pust planlisl at the soulh east
corner ol surveyed Lot 171-1. ihence SO chsins
aouth, thenee about :|.\ chiins west lo Lot 1686,
thene,* "JO ch.ins north. Ihence   I*. chains west
thencc ahout 25 chains north to I*.i 30GS, theiict's)
aboul '10 chains eul to suuth east enrner of Lot
3068, ihence aboul 35 chsins nnrth lo Lot 1711,
thence sbout 88 chsins esst to point of commencement: contslninK 180 seres, more or less.
Dsted Feb. 16, 1911.
I'uh. Msrch 4.
WILLIAM FRANKLIN CARPENTBR
Skeenu IjiimI District -District of Coast Itange ..
lake notice thst Mary Mars-grot (iillls ol vie-.
toria, 11. C. occupation houM*kee|��er. intends to
apply (or permission to purchsse the following
described lands:
Commencing al a post planled st the north essl
corntr t,l Lot 3987. thence 20 chains west, thence .
20 chsins south, thencs* 20 chsins wesl In T.  I*. !
82597. thenci* almut so chains north to lakelse '
Ilivcr. thence meandering said river up slresm In
a southeasterly direction to I .'..'��������� I..!.<���. thence
meandering said lske to point ol commencement:
contsining 100 seres, more or less.
I Post markeil If. M. tl.. N. K. Corner.
Dsled 1.1.  II, III!I.
Pub. Msrch 4.
MAKY MAKUAKKT till.LIS
Queen Chsrlolte Islands I .ind District���Dutrict ol
Skeena
T.ke notice that I, Thos. II. D.vey ol Queen
Charlotte, occupation notary public, intend to
.pply lor permission tn prospect for coal and
petroleum un the following described land:
Commencing it i post plsnted nine miles north
.nd two miles eut ol Sectinn 13. Township 7,
Urahsm Islsnd and marked No. 41. T. It. I)., S. G.
comer, thence west 80 chiins, Ihence nonh 80
rhsins. thence eut 80 cbslns. Ihence south 80
chiins to point of commencement, conlolnlng 640
icres more or lew.
Dsted Nov 5.1910. THOS. K. DAVEY
Pub. Dec. 3. Wilson flowing, Agent
LAND  PIKCIIASK  NOTRE
Skeena Land Distrirt-District of Coast.
Take nolice thlt I. J H. McAu-rhcv of I'rince
Kuii'Tt. occupalion miner. Intends t.. apply for
Iiermission lo purchase thc followinK descrilied
lands:
Cummencinir at a post plant, .1 at lhe southwest
corner i.f lotSM**. ihenee east 40 ehains. thence
suuth i, chains, Ihence west 40 chains. Ihence
north ll chains lo puint "f cumiiiencement. cun-
lalninit .'.' acres mure or less.
Dsle Keb. 15. lull J. It. McAI'I'IIKY
Pub. Feb. 25. 1911. Andrew Kennedy. Agent
j    Take notice that 1, John Mclssid ol Vancouver,   .\^-.\r own nice
occupation broker, intend in apply lor permission '
j to prwpoci lur cual and petroleum on the tollowing       Instead,     the     resolution    concludes,
' de.-crils-d lands: i.i   ..      j   :        .i ,.,        ,
i'oinmencing ��t . post planted about nine miles ; "'ey advise tile government to de-
north and one mile easl ..I tl.e ni.iiuli "I the Tl-el ..���(��� ,|le mn-naru which would lip npces-
Klverind mirked J. Mel... S. K. Corner. No. 11, Nule lne "RI1L> wn,cn v*oula "e "ect-s
���honco north so chiins. thenci* west so chains, i gury   to   provide   payment    for    Irish  Third Ave.
Ihenee south SO chains,   tlil.ee latt  Ml cl'lir.s to _, ,  ,        ...
pumi   ���|  cunimenecmcnt;   containing 010 seres,   members to some useful public purpose ;
more or let.*. In   I,.,,!.,,..I ** .    .
listed Feb. 88,1911.     ,, JOHN McLKOD. "*  ���mall(1- 'Iss, .-��
Fub. March :l. ����� ""���ei McDowell, Agent |  , f^
Quwn Chirluiie Islands Und Disirict    Districtofl         THE CURFEW IS IN FORCE
Skwna 	
Tike notice thil I, Juhn M.-l. "I ol Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply tor permission   Vancouver Children Must  be in OR
tu pruspect fur coll md pelroleum oil the following ! ..      _.        .     ,      ,.
di oil t I lind: tne Streets by 9 p.m.
Commencing at a post planled ah mt ninu milo ��� {
north and  one mile >esi   ul the  mouth  of  the
"li-vl lti\er and marked J. Mci... s. w. Corner,.     Vancouver, March G.    Announcement
NO.  12. thenci' norlh SO chains, Ihence ��ast SO. , .      ���..     ....    . .
cimins, lho nee soulh 80 chains, thence west so   was made ut the ( Hy Hall tills morillliK \
acre,'" nmrorli'iLrmm��"rem0nl: c**nuining *"0  that the curfew bylaw would be Strictly I
natei i.i.. .s. ion. john Mci.okd enforced in the future.   Orders to this
; I'ub March :i. Clsrence McDuwell, Agent I    ���    .  . , . .i      vu.hl
] ellect have been given the chiefs of the
; Quen Charlotte Island. Land District-District of   firp am, polil,e department* statillR that
Tiken notice thut, John McLeod of Vancouver,    the new line of policy is to RO into ef-I
: occupation broker. Intend lo apply for permission    ,    . ...       , /,,,,.,      -
' m pmiwct for coalaml poiniilom on the lolluwing ; WCt tolllRht, vxlieil the bells of the fire
*SSS!^!5��$... r-Trt pUn-sH t-ymn nint mnt. dqiartmeni will ri.iK at 9 p.m. .is ���
, north and one mile west ol the mouth ol the Tl-el; warniliK to children antl iheir parents.
i Kiver snd ni.rked J. McL. N. \V. Corner, No. 13,        -. ,        ,    , ,        ,
. thenc south Ko chains, thenee aast 80 chains, I      1 ne  curlew   bylaw  has  been   u  civic
:,!r^7LI.���^ for  a  long  time,  but   it   has
i K." l��Feb^8. ,911. JOHN MeLEOD    ! ]\T* -"^f^ ��, d"��i ,'1" *? {��\ JJ��
j I'ub. March 3. Clarence McDowell, Agent   I ne   provisions   demand   lhat   children
   under the age of l(i years must  not
A lirst class Jul. is guaranteed in
every instance.
A large stock of Chandelier* and
Fittings carried.
H. W. Blakely - Electrical
Sur Slnl
DISPENSING
PRESCRIPTIONS
a specialty
at
ORME'S
Drug Store
TRY THE OPTIMIST
WANT AD. WAY
of FINDING BUYERS
be found on the streets after 9 p.m.,
unless accompanied by thetr parents
or rruurdians or have been despatched
by the parent! or guardians on a le--it i-
mnte errand.
READ THE OPTIMIST
C  H. 0RME)\
The Pioneer Dniggilt
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This advertisement clipped from the
Boston Post (xives the story, of the
wonderful development now -{oing on
in Cunada. Look out for British Columbia. The prolits to investors in
Town lotn in all Grand Trunk Divisional
and Terminal Points will astound thc
world. Buy now. Agk Uncle Jerry
for price lists and full information.
LAST YEAR
KF.AI.  F.STATF. OWNF.RS  IN
Western Canada
$100,000,000
From the most accurate tiKures obtainable, over One Hundred Million
Dollars was made by real estate owners in growing citicR and towng of
Western Canada last year. This vast
wealth was exclusive of improvements
antl represented actunl increase in lnnd
values alone.
Original records (fathered by the
Winnipeg Free Press prove that in
eight western Canadian Cities the value of hin.I alone ���not counting improvements���increased 562 per cent, for the
last five years-an annual increase of
112 per cent, for each city during the
laBt live years. These figures indicate
that investment! In live, growing cities
in Western Canada are as safe and
sure as an investment can be, and that
100 per cent profit each year is almost
a certainty.
THIS YEAR
THKY will tmDOOBTIDLT mark $100.-
000,000   MORE
You have an opportunity now to
participate in these immense profits by
being one of the original purchasers of
town lots iii the Grand Trunk Pacific
addition to the fnst growing Western
Canadian cities, otherwise known an
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Division Points
WATROfS.  MF.LVILI.r-, WAINVt-RIC-IIT,
BIOOAB
The Grand Trunk Pacific olTers in
these splendidly located, fast growing
Division Points and in the townsite of
Tofieltl an opportunity for the investor
to share in the large profits that are
sure to accrue as u result of the rapid
and substantial growth that chaiacter-
izes Grand Trunk Pacific Division
Points antl well located cities antl
towns in Western Canada.
The Grand Trunk Pacific does not offer townsites or additions so located as
to make investments in them of questionable value. The object in Selling
these lots at the low prices at which
they are offered is to encourage the tip-
huilding of these cities from which the
(irand Trunk Pacific will derive vastly-
more benefit th tn from the sale of lots.
Now is the time to buy. Choice lots
range from MOO upwards on easy payments of 10 per cent, cash and 10 per
cent, a month. You make your purchase direct and secure title from the
Grand Trunk Pacific liailway Company.
Write for literature and. make your
selection while the prices are extremely low nnd tin- possibilities unlimited.
Address
Land Commissioner
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Co.
Daily Messages From LL IT    1    I UNCLE JERRI
"UNCLE   JERRY"       A0IV  UUUC  JCU J   B�� a Ni Information ��H
UNCLE JERRY
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Has a Free Information Dajw
for strangers in the City anil foi
residents by eorrMpondsnca,
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Jeremiah il. Kugler, "Uncle Jerry,"
Agent for Grand Trunk Pacific Lots on
Main Lint. Prices are fixed by the
I,antl Commissioner antl our best services are at vour command. ���Ask Uncle
Jerry, P.O.' Box !KM>. Prince Rupert.
No. a
Don't get discouraged or lose patience iust because you are not becoming rich quick. It will all come in good
time nnd the gootl times are coming.
1, personally, can't make you rich
quick, but I can help. I can bring you
and Ihe investor together. I know
where the investor is and now ] want
to know what to offer him. Don't hesitate to list your property with mc be-
I'ltnsi' yon think 1 have too much. I
can handle all I have and then some.
I can't guarantee you immediate results, but I can show you the results in
sight. Come over ami let me show
yOU. I'll handle the outside end if you
will help me handle this. I am doing
the outside advertising ami publicity,
DUl the inquiries are coming in so fast
thai I m,���,t |,r*ve something good to
offer to everyone. That's up to you.
If you have a proposition that will interest outside capital, nee me. Let'B
talk it over.
ASK UNCLE JERRY
JBREMIAII H.  KIJOLER
On January 15th and 22nd. Eastern
papers on Jan. 15th, Western papers
on Jan. 22nd, our Prince Kupert Opportunity advertisement appeared in
papers in New York. Boston, Providence, Kansas City, Denver, San Francisco, I.os Angeles, St. Paul and K7
Sunday issues of big U.S. daily newspapers in all. On Fob. 25th our Prince
Kupert advertisement appeared in 26
Canadian daily newspapers.
"ASK UNCLE JERRY"
lie has I.ijm - I" ���{���'^,���
He Buys Leases       II.t Bays ��''��
HeBuvsLoi- HsBayiConW"
He has Btorea lo i*''1
He Buys Lands In Sksena aoai^
Kiver Valleys.
"NOW"
YOU PRINCE RUPERT
PROPERTY OWNERS
please take notice and list your property with a good live broker, if from the
above you think our equipment should
produce the best results, you should
come in at once.
We advise everyone to get in the
market this spring antl summer. Sell
when you have a profit; buy again.
That's the way to make money. You
can make many times as much money
if you will buy and sell and not hold on
so long to property. All of you put
your shoulder to the wheel nnd boost-
keep on boosting-that's the way we
will make a big city.
WHEN YOU WANT TO HUY, SELL OR
RENT REAL E8TATE
ASK UNCLE JERRY
"ASK  UNCLE  JF.RRV
He wants 60 Houses to B**^
He Sells Leases        H����*gS
He Sells Lots ��������****
He wants BtorestoR*.
He Sells  Lands up tht ���***��������
"ASK UNCLE JERRY"
He will build you tdwUh***
payment plan.
. iicoualoton**
He will lease or Ml    "   ' ,
terms for you to Innl.l 8 t*
8torl' ��"' ��� lot tm
*rM***r**^J*,_x��
you can pay on montlil) \*t      ^ ^
He will tnke a IMM 08 yoW   ��
make your investni'iit  l"1'  ���
per cent. 	
ASK UNCLE
JERRY

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