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The Daily
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
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City of Seattle i, iy, June 2
Foil   Nonrii
Stute of California Friday, June '_
V0|, II,  NO. 121
Prince Rupert, B.C., Wednesday, May 31, 1911.
Price Five Cents
NG GEORG
BIG HYDRO-ELECTRIC COMPANY
WE EXPLOIT PRINCE RUPERT
Montreal Capitalists and Power Experts Form a Merger-���Will Take Over the Prince
Rupert Continental Power Company's Water Powers on Kahtada and Falls Rivers
and Start a $5,000,000  Company���-Propose  to Develop 1500 h.p. at
Once  and  15,000  h.p.  Later���-Also Instal  a Gas  Plant.
li nnadian Press Despatch)
Montreal, May 31.���A big amalgamation for thc purpose of
supplying the city of Prince Ruin i with hydro-electric power and
gas was announced today when
arrangements were completed resulting in a group of prominent
Montreal men securing control
of large water powers in the
vicinity of I'rince Rupert.
Who the Men Are
The local interests arc headed
by Charles H. Cahan, K.C, presi-
di-iii ol the Western Canada
Power company, and Mr. H. A.
Lovatt, who during the past year
has been identified with some of
thc largest financial deals carried
through in this province.
What the Project Is
The intention of the new com-
binat'on is to form a company
to be called the Prince Rupert
Hydro-Klcctric Company, Ltd.,
with a capital of 85,000,000., They
have acquired the right of tlie
Prince Rupert Continental Power
Company, and the water rights
on the Kahtada River, and Falls
River, both being branches of the
Skeena River.
Can Develop Energy
These powers are located about
DUNCAN ROSS SPEAKS
BEFORE KITSELAS CLUB
Addressed Big Liberal Meeting There Last Night, with
Reciprocity as His Theme   New Political
Association is Growing Fast
'(' ui.idiaii Press Despatch)
Kitselas, May 81.���A large and
enthusiastic audience composed of
i.ilivc citizens of this vi-
dnity attended a meeting held
Wider tin- auspices of the Kitselas
Liberal Association in the church
Unl lure last night and listened
��iih intense interest to an ad-
dri>- delivered by Mr. Duncan
Rosscx-M.P.
Praised Reciprocity
'n Iii- well   known   clear  and
forcible manner,  Mr.  Ross dealt
*iili tin- subject of reciprocity)
���hawing   how   it   would   benefit
���   people of Canada and
'1��   I niied   States   by   reducing
,!i' a  ; ..| living, and give a great
unpclus   to   the  development   of
Northern   British   Columbia   by
'In- market  for fish and
fi��li products.
Tribute to Laurier
-���iii tin- reciprocity move
ment was the crowning act of
Sir Wilfrid Laurier's career, a
desideratum that Conservative statesmen for generations had been
trying without success to achieve.
A Great Meeting
The meeting was called to order
by Frank Angers who in a few-
brief remarks referred to the excellent and unblemished record
made by Mr. Ross as politician
and as a member of Parliament.
R. C. Bean elected as chairman
of the meeting also eulogized Mr.
Ross's career and in a short
address ^called attention to thc
opportunities offered lhe Canadian
people to study the problems
requiring solution by the nation.
Growing in Strength
Kitselas Liberal Association is
in an exceedingly prosperous condition, gaining rapidly in Influence,
and iii numerical strength.
forty-two miles from the city of
Prince Rupert, and are capable
of developing at a conservative
estimate from 25,000 to 30,000
horse power of electrical energy.
It is the intention of the company
to develop about 1,500 horse power
by means of a provisional plant
to supply die immediate needs
of Prince Rupert, and later on to
proceed with the installation of a
permanent plant, capable <>f supplying 15,000 horse power. The
permanent plant will be. ready by
the time the (irand Trunk Pacipc
is running into Prince Rupert
Will Produce Gas Also
The company will also control
a gas works in the city of Prince
Rupert, and will instal a gas
producing plant capable of supplying 75,000,000 cubic feet of
gas per annum for domestic purposes.
The Prince Rupert Continental
Power company which has the
power rights of thc Falls River
is the power company in which
A. W. Agnew, and J. Fred Ritchie
arc interested. The Falls River
is a tributary of the Ocslaw River
which Hows into the Skeena estuary, and is the most commercially considerable power within
fifty miles of the city. Thc Tsimpsean Power (Company's principal
power, the Kahtahda River, is
situated   farther  up   the  Skeena.
The Falls River power was located,
and guaged by A. W. Agnew who
has especialised in water-works,
and Hydro-electric engineering in
these districts during his stay here.
One of the principal difficulties
in connection with the adaptation
of a water power to commercial
purposes here is the problem of
the storing up of the head of water
for the dry dscason which in this
country is the winter. A. W.
Agnew has gone very thoroughly
into this, and it is probable thai
the first hydro-electric lights for
Prince Rupert will be lit by
power from Falls River.
Last fall the ciiy council went
into the question of utilising the
Falls River power in terms of a
proposition made the cily by
Messrs. Ritchie and Agnew on
behalf of their company. It was
agreed then, thai the power was
sufficient and suitable, but the
city could not entertain the question of cost of bringing the light
in. This it was thought would
come to about half a million. Engineer Brutinel has stated that it
will cost a million to bring in
power from thc. Kahtadha River.
The statement that the ncw
company will control the gas supply is an indication that the
Tsimpsean Power company is a
party to the new combination, and
that the power will be brought
into the city under their charter.
BASEBALL SCORES
Northwestern League
Vancouver 2, Spokane 5;  morn
ing.
Vancouver 1, Sopkane 2;  afternoon.
Victoria 2, Seattle 3; morning.
Victoria 3, Seattle 8; afternoon
Portland G, Tacoma 8.
American League
Boston G, Washington 5.
Philadelphia 3, Ncw York 0.
Chicago 1, St. Louis 4.
Detroit 3, Cleveland 2.
National League
Pittsburg 4, Chicago 1.
New York 3, Brooklyn 0..
Philadelphia 3, Boston 0.
Cincinnati 2, St. Louis 4.
Pacific Coast League
Los Angeles 4, San Francisco 3.
Portland 5, (lakland 3.
Vernon 4, Sacramento 1.
WINNER OF
THE DERBY
Sunstar First, and Stedfast Second in Classic Event- Finished in Same Order for the
Thousand Guineas.
London, May 31.���At the great
Epsom meeting this morning Sun-
star carried off the Derby, with
Stedfast second and Royal Tender
third. There were twenty-six starters in the event.
By an unusual coincidence, Sun-
star and Stedfast also finished
first and second earlier in the
year in the race for the Two
Thousand Guineas.
Last night the C. P. R. S.S.
Princess Ena arrived wilh freight
principally for the Digby Island
Government Buoy Station, amounting to over a thousand tons.
MINING MAN MET
A HERO'S DEATH
Stewart MacLelland, Well Kno-
*n in Mining Camps, Died in
Tr>i"g to Save Another.
(Canadian Press Despatch;
South 1
Siwv
itl
orcupine, Ont, May 31-
MacLellandi   a   mining
who is well known in most
ol il,,.
mining camps of the con-
Jncnt�� ���"<����� I'is death here yeater
'>' in irying to rescue Lee Dore
'"" drowning  in   porky  Creek.
'1,
bt
��l men met their deaths.
NOT THE ONLY ONE
P'ince   Rupert   Has   at   Least
Two Tennis Courts
THE COMMITTEE
THAT COULD N'T
Mystery of the McMordie Contracts Baffles Aldermen
Inadvertently,
'"'I. done
tin- s������
to
an injustice  has
I'rince  Rupert by
8��on   made   the   other
>   ����l   Bishop   DuVernefs   is
I ���'! '* " ""is court in the city.
',    '""���   """is   COUrt   exists   at
J;1".""1"' Mrs, W.K.Williams
iu-,i'',;���"," "!,l,'l,, Kail. Play*.
J>"  tennis court at the Wil-
' "Wence claims the honor
ol
*n| the pioneer one>
______t_m
No explanation could bc found
by the committee appointed to go
into thc matter o the McMordie
Contracts by thc council. In their
report on this the committee say
that for the section contract in
question S. P. McMordie bid
$2.10 for rock, and 81 for earth,
or a lump sum of $29,718. R. A.
McMordie bid $1.00 for rock, and
80 cents for earth or a lump
sum of $20,973. Judging by thc
lump sum S. P.'s was the lowest
lender, but his figuring was on a
yardage estimate of his own while
R. A.'s was on the Engineer's
estimate. It appears that S. P.
figured on less rock than R. A.
expected, and R. A.'s was really
the lowest tender. The committee calculated that altogether
R. A.'s tender was lower than
S. P.'s by about 15,044, and it
would have been to the city's
advantage to have accepted it.
They also State that he was
awarded the contract, but did
nbt accept it, and his cheque was
WEALTHY MEN VISITING RUPERT IN YACHT
La Viajara Docked Here Last Night���Came From Seattle���Her Company of Four
Have Interest in the Queen Charlotte Islands
Seven weeks ago the two-masted
schooner rigged gasoline yacht La
Viagara sailed out of Seattle harbor on a summer tour extending
over four or five months up and
along the Northern Pacific coast
with a company of four gentlemen
and a Chinese cook and lasl night
this yacht crept through the entrance to Prince Rupert harbor
under cover of the almost opaque
haze, and decked at Seal Cove.
She is the trimmest yacht that
has ever entered this harbor, and
her owners, the four gentlemen
Captain James Sword, Arthur Rid-
sdalc, T. Crosam and Captain
Richard Dodge. The quartette
are knight crrants first and then
prospectors for minerals and other
thing.
Came to See Old Friend
They came here to sec their
old friend Mr. George H. Collins
of the Atlin Construction company,
and to take in supplies. After
staying here for three or four
days they will leave for Queen
Charlolte Islands, where they have
big interests in limber and mineral
and from there ihey will go to
other points along the coast and
to Alaska. When ihey have visited
points north of thc fifty-third
degree they are not certain where
they will cruise. It is likely that
they will jusl go where fancy
leads them; maybe to Honolulu
for their craft is quite capable of
taking heavy seas. She is a seagoing boat and a good one at that.
They have not been in the city
yet, but what they have seen of
the harbor they think it is a
dandy.
A fine time they are having.
This morning when the News
man called on them aboard their
yacht at Seal Cove Mr. Corsam.
said, by his friends, to be more
than an ordinarily wealthy man,
like his companions was rigged
out like a halibut fisherman washing the decks. His companions
had been up laic and were in their
bunks and while there, they were
visited.
Dimensions of Yacht
The La Viajara is 74 feel long
with a 17 foot six-inch beam,
draws nine feet six inches of
water and can steam seven knots
an hour. She has a 25 horse
power engine. She was built
for the commodore of the San
Francisco Yacht Club aud il can
be guessed she is fitted up like
an ocean going boat with every
convenience.
With the exception of Mr. Rid-
sdale, who is from Victoria, the
other gentlemen are from Seattle.
FIVE VICTIMS OF FIRE
AT TOWN OF S1LVERT0N
Midnight Blaze  From  Mysterious Source Enveloped
Two Hotels���Occupants Had to Jump for Their
Lives���Five Men Perished in Their Beds-
Many Others Injured.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Silverlon, B. C, May 81.���
Five people were burned to death
and loss to property exceeding
$25,000 was done here early this
morning by a lire which broke out
in a main business block.
Names of Dead
The vistims of thc lire are:
Robert McTaggert.
Robert Fairgrieve.
F. L. Fairgrieve.
Two   unknown   Finlanders
from Phoenix.
Fire a Mystery
The origin of the fire is a mystery. When it was discovered
the block was ablaze, and the
Bames quickly spread to the Victoria and Windsor hotels. An
alarm was raised ami most of the
guests escaped.    The unfortunate
men perished in their sleep. Both
of the hotels and two houses in
between are completely destroyed.
Many are Injured
In addition to the men who
lost their lives, many were injured by having to jump from
windows, and some from burns
they received. There will be held
a searching investigation to discover if possible the cause of the
fire.|
Three Lucky Ones
The news of the success of
Sunstar in the Derby brought
joy to Dr. Quiiilun who held thc
lucky card on a local sweepstake.
Mr. S. R. Dwen drew Stedfast,
and Mr. T. ('. Chalmers Royal
Pender. Between them the three
lucky winners will divide about
tour hundred dollars.
P. R. I. A. DISCLAIMS THE
OPINIONS OF DOYLE 322'
Are Indignant at the Scurrilous  and  Disloyal  Statements Published in Spokane Paper, and Shown
Up by Daily News���Morse Makes Disclaimer
"On behalf of the Prince
Rupert Industrial Association, 1
should like to say that we know-
nothing whatever of thc author
of the matter by "Doyle 322"
quoted from a Spokane paper,
and publrsdcd in yesterday's
Daily News in reference to
(ieorge Leek and other citizens
of Prince Rupert. There was a
man named Doyle associated
with the P. R. I. A., bill his
number was not 322, and I
have no reason to beileve that
hc would write such matter.
Regarding the insults to the
Evmg, I would like to say that
the Prince Ruperl Industrial
Association is as loyal a body
as any other organisation of
labor in the land."
A. (). MORSE
Secretary, P. R. I. A.
Shown Up by "News"
Above is the expression of  the
opinion of the Prince Rupert Industrial Association through their
returned to him. This the committee say they have not been
able to fathom, but they found
that S. P. McMordie's contracts
for three sections, arc all under
one penalty clause of $25 per day,
because specific instructions were
not given thc city solicitors to
draw up the agreement as three
contracts. Aldermen Hilditch, Mo
rrisscy, Clayton, Kerr, and Douglas formed the committee investigating this matter.
Miss L. Holmes, niece of Captain Smith of thc police department, has left the city and is
journeying east to her home.
~~__________w__r
PRISONER MAKES
A BOLD ESCAPE
Italian Jumps from Fast Train
Near Goat Canyon on the
Crow's Nest Line and Gets
Away.
CALGARY MAN DIES
R. R. Jamieson, an ex-Mayor of
Calgary, Dead at Vancouver
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Nelson, May 31.���While a train
on the Crow's Nest line was running fast to make up time, an
Italian prisoner being taken from
Wardner to Nelson to serve a
term, jumped from thc railway
coach near Goat Creek and got
clear away,
I
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, May 31.���Mr. R. R.
Jamieson, once mayor of Calgary
and a well known Westerner, died
al Vancouver this morning.
ENTHUSIASTIC
* FOR TENNIS
Boys and Girls Who Like the
Graceful Game Turn Out
secretary in regard to the disloyal
and scurrilous effusion published
in a Spokane paper, and purporting to come from a member
of the P. R. 1. A. Space given
lo this matter in yesterday's Daily
News for thc purpose of showing
the people of Prince Rupert how-
jaundiced a view of the situation
exists in some quarters, had the
effect of bringing Mr. Morse to
thc office this morning most anxious to disclaim lhe writer of the
disloyal matter as a member of
the P. R. LA.
Citizens Indignant
Laboring men, and business men
of the city are alike indignant
that any Prince Rupert body of
men should be charged wilh the
expression of such traitorous opinions and the opportunity given
by the Daily N'ews to drive home
thc indignant denial of the existence in the city of even one disloyal
Doyle is eagerly taken advantage
of.
Where to Go
'EMPRESS THEATRE, Second Ave.;
Pictures and music, 7.30 p.m.
MAJESTIC THEATRE, Third Ave;
Pictures ond songs, 7.30 p.m.
PHENIX THEATRE, Second Aveuue;
Pictures Hnd music, 7.30 p.m.
AUDITORIUM, Sixth Avenue; Roller
Skating, 8 p.m.
DANCE, Mclntyre Hall, tonight, 9.
MUSICIANS' MEETING, Empress
Theatre basement, tonight, 6.30 p.m.
OLD PRESBYTERIAN Communicants
Class, tonight 8 p.m.
Banks Island Copper
W. Lorimer, of Victoria, after
a short stay in Prince Rupert,
left by launch for Hanks Island
where hc is looking into some
copper properties in thc interests
of Victoria owners.
Thus summer Prince Rupert is
determined to have a good live
tennis club. There is every promise of tempting tennis weather, and
it will not be difficult to get a
suitable court. Tennis enthusiasts
in the city are assured of this.
Last night a number of them
gathered in the Presbyterian church, and discussed preliminaries
deciding to enter on an active I "Tennis Teas" where the girls
campaign right now to get things ran g<* in a little tennis teasing
going   towards   the   desired   cnd.N'iU   be   realised   in   Rupert
Every   tennis  player  in  town  is
invited   to  attend   a   meeting   in
thc Prcsebyleiinn church on Thurs
day  at eight   p.m., and all  who
would like to vary thc pleasures
of  boating  and  other  games  on
realised in Rupert this
summer if energy and enthusiasm
can do it.
Island Oil Interests
Mr. Rutland Pariuill, who is
thc long, lighl summer evenings I interested in thc petroleum pros-
in Prince Rupert should certainly meets of the Queen Charlotte Is-
attend. Visions of handsome boys lands, has been staying at thc
and pretty girls holding delectable Premier Hotel.
_wm__h__)____tT~' THE    D AI L Y    NEWS
The Daily News
Formerly; The 'Prince Rupert Optimist
Published by the Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
DAILY  AND WEEKLY
SUBSCRIPTION RATES-DAILY, 50c per month. ��r M.W per year, in advance.
Weekly. Slue per year. Oitsipe Canada��� Daily. $8.00 peryear; Weakly,
$i.V. per year, strictly in advance.
TRANSIENT DISPLAY ADVERTISING-?-' Mntl pet Inch. Contract rates
on application.
HEAD OFFICE
Daily N\.v,- Ba Id  i, Third Av.-.. Prine* Rupart, B. C   Telephone 9S.
BRANCH OFFICES AND AGENCIES
New YoRK-Nat;    1  V v-paper Bureau. 219 Eut _-*_ St . New Y'ork City.
Seattle   Paget Sound News Co.
London, England-Ths Clougher Syndicate. Grand Trank Building. Trafalgar
Square.
"The newspaper, with the law, should aaanma the accused innocent
until proven guilty; should be thr frier..!. .-..; the enemy of the
_��� ��� ra! public: the defender, not the ir.va.it-r of private life ar.d
ths ISM lant of persona! character. It ll tM 1-e. as it were, a
keeper of the public conscience. "-Henr. Watterson.
Daily Edition.
Wednesday. May 31
THE GRAND TRUNK ASSESSMENT
Owing " near appr a the time when the citizens will
died vou   :i th< ������ soon to bind the city -
..-������������ .   .       - :..-..��� wing alsi        tl ���
evident 1 - iters 1   dis  iss tht   .   ji
- the Daily News wi t a series     edit rial
5 aspects of 1 -
In so doing -       I - 1   1   swaj - 1 lect r?
-    r for or against 1     propos     settle   nt   The aim will
���-.... ratkn
.        ssuesbed  irl;  seen, and a
ing the facts to ma 1 peal t   the individual mind    Out
- ���  ��� whi ie <    tors will vott     it that the
1 rs may know what it is the) an -.  cu f for or   gainst
May 3rd Mr. E. J. Chamberlin. Vice-President and General Manag
of the company, visited Prince Rupert, and to a newspaper interviewer, as quoted in the Optimist of that date, in answer to thi    ' ��� -
"What have you to Bay as to the first city assessment?" replied:
��� I !uve nothing to say except that you've got it low enough.
After the court  of revision was over, and afar man)
citizens ha I paid their tax bills, the company raised objections to their
ass ssment, taking the matter up, with Premier McBrid
gentleman's words in a "considerable correspondence,"
The original tax bill calculated at 15 mills on $7,291 500 came
1101,4 17 50    The Board of Tr.uk- acting as a mediator sugg - ''.', ["*_   *
- ..      1 should be reduced to $1,726,800, which would mean; nig
tht tax-bill to $25,897,150.   On November 1th
Havs the >i'.y S5.U00 a year for twenty years.
On December H>th, the old council with Mr. D'Arcy Tate - h*
l  ; railway company held a long discussion, with the
.   \\:   [.,:���  agreed to submit to his company a pr p -
��� ������,_    |js| -.:-..   '; > reducing the .assessment to a fixed sum ��� I v-
��� -  . I ten years.   At a 15 mill rate this wou'.il - --N
-   1,000 yearly.
A:-.it the last municipal election, Mr. D'Arcy Tate rei
Prince Rupert and resumed negotiations with thc- present
with th   - suit that he left on March 16th of this year with     1  "
- I mit to his-company that Uiey should pay $15.00
v - I - a period of ten years.   This at a 15 mil! rate is
- to an assessment of $1,000,000.
.���. are the main lir.c-s- of the assessment dispute I  ween the
in    :' Prince Rupert and the Grand Trunk Pacific, which it is necessary' :" bear in mind to preserve a correct men:..   pers|
��� r I lem.   Having thus got a view of the whole questi :.. ��
-.    Iy proceed to the more interesting work of examining the detai -
:' the questi. ���:. at d se range.
VANCOUVER JS
ALARMED NOW
Prospect of General Strike Arouses the City Council to
Offer Services as Mediator.
Canadian Press Despatch;
\ .     uver, May 30.���At a spec-
oi   the  council   last
_.ht  a   resolution   was   passed
i- ring  to act as an intermediary
tween the Unions and the un-
yers,  in  order  to  avoid  the
threatened strike, if either sidi -
aii-iris.
FREE
employment
orFICE_
cooks,
For all kinds of help,
waiters, dishwashers, hotel porters, all kinds of laborers or mechanics, eall up
Phone No. 178
or call at the
Grand Hotel Free Employment  Office  j
IK.a   : ....::��� r> iVrconks _ waiu-rs   5 ; ,
a.~~4 ll
New
Knox
Hotel
BESNER & BESNER,  Proprietors
The Now Knux Hotel l> ran��� -.'������ Eairone,.
il��n. Fim-clan Mn-ice. AU thc Ulm MoUrn
mprovements. -.-:��� IJK1 [���_>
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
FIRES   NEAR   VICTORIA
Seventy-five Men Busy Fighting
Forest Fires
ROGERS & BLACK
-WHOLESALE   DEALERS IS ���
Building  Material,   Cement,   Lime,
Hair-fibre Platter, Coke, Blacksmith
Coal,  Common Brick,
Pressed Brick
Shingle*, Lath, New Wellington Coal
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED
^Canadian Press Despatch)
Victoria, May 30.���Seventy-five
men are engaged fighting the
threatening forest liri-s in southern
and centra! Vancouver Island between Coldstream and Sooke Lake.
A considerable area of valuable
timber is threaten ed.
Windsor Hotel
FIRST AVENUE AT EIGHTH BTR1 I.T
1
Set Us fw Prices.
Phose No. 116
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST
Phor.e No. 200 P. O. Box BS0
PRINCE RUPERT. B. C.
THOUSAND TON CARGO     ���=���
Newly Furnished and
Steam Heated Roomi
A FIRST   CLASS BAR   AND   DIM
ROOM IN CONNECTION-
RATES 50 CENTS AND DP
BATHS   FR?E  TO  QUBSTS
ROOT. ASHLAND
P.O. BOX 37
TO   MEET   C   M.   HAYS
Bridge Tournament
Council   Makes   Arrangements  Wanderers Showed Prince Ru-
for All-important Discussion pert Club the Way
Article No. I.���What is the Assessment Problem?
B.:' . lorrect conclusions .;  i ai ;��� nl ject
it is i . I at a propei   list i      first
I.    To stand too dosi
���    i big -  ��� f the surest ways     not seeing it c rrectiy
; tter way is to view il r fin ��� rrecl
��� -    ���      -      - -      fori   coir.::. ���
nvestigat     . tails     Th-. *..*���:.*. _v       .is good in the world
is in tang
:gh to ob-... -        .  ���
quest: a it is i       - rj to go back I tht tinw when Prii     R..;.  n
1 ..-    ���   ;    . ���  .-:.:  :   : a .   ' -.  . ���    .       -        n Which 1      Gl
Tru:.-. : '...'. .;.      i - I a ten
A .-..:... . loC
buiklii ^      - '    form a subsidiary     -     -.-��� ���the De>
:-.r<. the land ir. the %ic:: -       t to
iraal     ts    The imma -     rices - the
land which a few months
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the terminus erf i       irand Trunk Pacific R
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LSSUI . '   '��� ���
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I ��� .   - for  freight
yards   sites foi              - -  .     - ; -. and thc ���������             the water-
with die a ��med by the Provincial Govern-
md remains vested t com-
. i to be ' ���: gi because ii
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- ������   ���       .    . - . ;���-.-::...- ��ti Tear.
- _���       I u in May 1009 --.-���- were taken to
:��� ty of Pi R ipert    In March of last year the
- . .��� ted.   I'nder that charter, thi '"irand
lc Pacific Ra thi   Devd ; m< nt   I   mpany
ng * her citizens, as owners
���
step was ���    : tax id n that each
> to pa; . I n ment   n thi n    i -
[which Mr. William Wansoi
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-   -��� ���   ��� Provincial Govi rn-
rfrontag 	
iny at 17,192,' tota
112.234.642.50.  That was in W        . 111.
A com n was held for a
-------- On
*    the arrival   fChas M.Hays, A live bridge i ui   menl
Mr   i.'. .:                .   . ��� .ny they played between t    Wai lerers   nd
will  be met b)   thi   May r ar.d Prince  Ru^>ert  dubs  lasl   i ght
irraagements will be The Prince Ru^-:-   dul - -
made for i        .;              isness .supporters playi    well,  but  the
meeting   at   which   the   various Wanderers won out<by 1162]
rdai   as   I die G. T. P. with the Of course there will be a returr
IV.:. dcally all of the thousand
tons of freight coming n rl
: the Princess  Ena will
at the wharf on Digby Island ������
>��r\i- the new Government i-
Station there.   Heavy machinery'
is .-.:v. r.gst the carjj .
t
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w. j. McCutcheon
C*m�� complete itoek of Pnirt.   Special
-,:���*.'���.   r, paid to fllting prMenpttoni.
Theatre Block phone Na U Second ht.
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an ��:..   .
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uch.
THE LORDS   VETO BILL
Inlander Went Up-river
Measure Passes Second Reading
in L'pper House
At r.oon yester lay th-.
ft  for   ���       51 -na  p
Iton.   She    rrii
nt of pas-   gen
Inlander
ints ..- :
full c m-
For Rent
Partly fumiihed Hoom on
3rd Ave. 7 roorr.s with
Uth.       Electric   .-.gated.
LINDSAY'S
CARTAGE and
STORAGE
I C, T. P. Trnnttrr Agents
Orltrt promptly ?.!'.,*_,   Prc^i r��tt*onftbl��.
OFFICE-H. B. R��h��t��T. OntnSt.    rhon* *.
Reilly's Bakery Lunch
G.   C.   EmmerSOn Empress Theatre Basement
���  Pres- De>;	
May      I.���With Kept Very Busy
I .---..             ~     .���; ���    ling T. D. P ttul    has returm
it    1 Prince Ru:.<-rt from the 1-^
i tonight, i                       .- H<. is kept exceedingly busy .    It-
.;��� ng       r the interests
i.i V down ixv -^,
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A Building Record
 ���  Van    iver. May 30.���(Special
INSERT YOUR LAND PURCHASE Bull Iii g pen its since the tirst
NOTICES IN THE year   total   over   $v">,H'."
NEWS This is a new record.
NADEN BLOCK
SECOND AVE.
Cor. 2nd Ave. and 6th Street
F. W. HART
UNDERTAKER It EV.tALMER
IKI   aTOMrLETI
Grand Hotel.
WORK1NCMANS HOME
Spring Beds, clean White Shestl 25c
Rooms 50c
BEST IN  TOWN   FOR  THI  MONET
J.'GOODMAN. Proprietor
little's NEWS Agency
Magazir.es :: Periodicals :: Newspaper?
CIGARS   ::  TOBACCOS  ::   FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
Rochester &
y     Monroe
Ladysmitm
���^Coal
V.    Phone iis
H. F. McRAE
F. R. C. BROWN
H. F. McRae & Co.
Financial Agents
Second Ave..
Prince P.ipert
Branch:
Vancouver
A  FEW  CHOICE  OFFERINGS   FROM   OUR   UST
Lou
23. 24
47
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9, 1"
31. 32
Block
U
1
12
2s
1
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1
6
6
6
Price
$15,500
���..-���--
1,575
900 each
5.2.5 e��ch
Cash
IS,000
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250
10)
We have ore ver.- choice buy ir. Section 1 which we cannot advertise-
absolnuly ce-tral���small cash.    Also several close-in lots at $.25 mor.th.
FOR SALE
Lots 5 ar.d 6. Block 2*.
Section 1.
H0OO, 25 per cent. cash.
balance 1. 2, 3 years.
7 f>er cent.
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REAL  ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KIT-'Hkli-V. ��� B. C
GEO. W. MORROW
1076 Nelson St., Vancouver. B.C.
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables
SECOM' Ml.
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BOWLING,
B1LUARDS
^^^^^^^        and POOL
4 AUeyt. 1 T��bl��.    A ***A tm***.
nm     A Cmtr. Iport.    L�� la-a-. ..try
���Item . r.      Na.a��-,i- Block. 1*.
tw��*r. In and '.it. Hit
tid MOSJU50?*.    Pr\'jr.#:- r i-*d Mtr.&r*r
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO.  63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  member* of the order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
G. S. JOHNSTONE. N.G.
ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
ELECTRIC WIRING
IN BOTH PRIVATE AND Bl'SIN! "f��� |
Work performed by exi i r:      >
A first class job is guara- ��� ��� I ><~*
every instance.
A large stock of Chandelier* and
Fitting* carried.
H. MORTON, Secretary.   'Third Ave.
H. W. Blakely - Electrican
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Uncle Jerry's New List
Carpenters are getting busy on resi-   i
dence.-    .     WI
. :,g activity it will be some time
t.; in '.'-.'.���   ierr.ar.d t-*t dwalling houses
and  a; arum DU   t .*.:  I ��� Q*_   ,(  it
aver .*>, beoaust "I the number of new
It   arriving   with-  the   object    uf
making haimes here.  My correspondence
upon this subject with parties now  on
the   outside   is    constantly    increasing
so 1 make an esfaeual appeal to tV.o��e
having apartments and house* to rent
'*,  t"r   Wa   |o   immediately   lilt   them
with Vncle Jerry.
RESIDENCES  FOR   RENT
*60 per mi.nth.    Seven furnished room*
with ��fre hi-i..��-.    A bargain.
$15 i*r month.    Two room house, unfurnished,   wiih   ha*ement.     Vlast-
ered.    Water.
$27.50 per month.    Five room cottage,
plastered,      Water.
$15 f��r mor.th.    Cabin, 18 x 12.    Stove
Jeremiah H. Kugler
$25 pal month.   Five room cottage, pi-
. astered.   Water.
$40 pet mor.th.    Fcur rooms, bath and
toilet.   Furnished $50 per month. %,
$15 \iT month.   Four    room    cottage
near McBride.   Running water.
$25 ptr miaiith.   Two story, four rooms.
Tartly furnished.
$25 jaer month.   Five   rooms.     Water
not   laid on.
$22.50 per month.   Four   rooms   in   a
double ha.'^sp.    Tapered  and well
finished.
$10 per month.    Two      story,      seven
rooms.    Hath   room  but   not   connected.
$20 ner month.    Three rooms.    Tartly
furnished.
$25 per month.   ^	
Partly furnished.    Garden
$35 per month,
$35 per mon'h
Two story, five rooms,
bed.    Garden.
Six rooms ard bath.
Seven rooms and bath.
$35 per mor.th.    Bungalow, four rooms.
��� mm.-m-m-t w |    |.,U1
��ot ar.d cold water.
|     $1600 Cash
WHY PAY RENT7-BUY A HOME
$2,500 Buys five room house in Section 6. Easy terms of payment
can be arranged.
$6,000 Buys double apartment house
in Section 6. Terms can be arranged.
$5,500 Buys nine room house -.vith
bu-ement. Hot and cold water.
Modern conveniences. Time payments arranged.
$5,180   Buys elegant eight room hung-
alow.    Four fireplaces.   Bath.   All
modern conveniences.
$300   Buys five room house on Resorve.
$2,700    Buys four room house ir. Section 5.    Modern conveniences. Including bath.
$3,000    Buys   seven   room   house   in
Section 5.   Modern conveniences.
a  $2,625   Buy*  two  etory  house,  seven
rooms, in .Section 1.
$3,500 Buys house and shack in Section 1. Three rooms, kitchen, basement.
$3,000 Buy* two story nine room
house in Section 6. Bath. Telephone.    Trice $5,575.
$1,000 Buys two story.five room house
in Section 7.   Price $2,250.
$1,000 Buys two story", seven room
cottage in Section 5. Bath.f Price
$���3,000.
$1,000 Buys five room house on Seventh
Avenue.    Price $2,500.
$800 Buys well finished four roorti house
in Section 5. Bath, closets. Price
$2,700.
BUY A LOT AND GET RICH
$100   Buys two lots in Section 8.   Price
$600.
MOO   Buy* six lots at Seal Cove.
$1,200. ^^^^
MOO   Buys four lot* near .Seal  Cove.
Price $225 each.
Price
Btivt   Fl��nlnK    Mill
*r_\ Carpet) t*r Shop
I
" Ask Uncle Jerry
>��
$100   Buys two lots in Section 8
$500. M
$200   Buys two lots in Sertion 8. Pries
$475.
$800   Buy? lot in Section 1. easy terms
for balance.   Price $3,750.
$840   Buys lot in Section 6.   This is a
snap for cash.
$550   Buys two lots in Section 6.   Easy
terms for lmlar.ee.
$600   Buvs   lot   in   .Section   6.     Price
$1,025.
$400   Buys lot in Section 6.   Price MM
HOW ABOUT ROOMING HOU5.ES?
$500   Buys furniture and lease for t��.>
years of ten room house.   Toilet and
bath.
$800   CASH.    First payment on M.200
rooming house, 20 x 100, 2 story
and   basement.     Balance   payable
$100 monthly.
$725   Buy* furniture and 3 1-2 years'
lease of rooming house in Sertion
1.   Rent $45 per month.
IS42S     Ba" Two Lot, i��� 8*cti,>n   ..      I
*^-"' Tin. I. a Bl( Snip. |
Price ] $700 Buys rooming house on Third
Avenue. Nine furnished rooms.'all
rented. A snap.
$1,800 Huys large rooming house. Close
in. Finest place in city. Should
clear $100 to $150 per month.
Investigate this.
"ASK UNCLE JERRY"
We   have   also   a   hotel   proposition
Worthy of consideration, several business
-unities, stores to rent, boats for
f.ile and so forth.
There has been a surprising demand
recently for farm lands up the Skeena
."nd in the Bulkley valley. We have
I large amount of acreage, carefully
"elected, all the ��av from Kitselas to
Francis Lake, with full description!
of the character of the soil and so forth
Tbi price at present Is low, runntag
Won $ln an acre up. Some ol the land
is partly cleared and has farm bqWInf*
or, it. You should certainly look into
this.
^M~*S^^ TH'E   DAILY    NEWS
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LYNCH BROS.
I I     General Merchandise
Largest Stock
! !   Lowest Prices in Northern B. C.
8��� ���'
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WE - HAVE ��� FOR - SALE
(CROWN GRANTED)
Section 9
Township 1
Range
4 NECHACO VALLEY
PRICE:-$15.00 PER ACRE, EASY  TERMS
*
This is an excellent section and was one of the first to be
staked in the Valley.
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers and Financial Agents, Prince Rupert
I' Ill-till   i|lt(ltaHjHI|j(!l:t   :!:::!:
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NATURAL RESOURCES
SECURITY COMPANY, Ltd.
PAID UP CAPITAL $260,000
-OFFER  FOR SALE���
Townsites Farm and Fruit Lands
���JOINT OWNERS AND SOLE AGENTS OF���
Fort George Townsite        Massett Townsite
11EAD OFFICE:- 606 BOWER BUILDING, VANCOUVER, B.U
Local Office:
Alder Block
Sixth Street
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MUSSALLEM & COMPANY
 Good   Fresh   Groceries  at   City Prices	
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
FRESH SUPPLY OF RIDGWAY'S
TEAS     COFFEE     AND     COCOA.
j     To   Resident* of Sections S, 6,  7 and   8~W�� deliver promptly,
our goods are fresh, at prices not to be beaten in the city   i  i
<*������***   228 Bbck MUSSALLEM & CO. gu***jtt*
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$
Are worthy of your attention if you
desire to purchase appropriate and
distinctive wedding presents.    Ii    II
Our coronation supplement illustrates a splendid list of summer
goods, coronation souvenirs and
beautiful June bridal-Rifts. A post
card with your address will bring
this supplement to your home by
return mail. Write at once if you
would enjoy Birk's superior values
at moderate prices.    ::    ::    ::    ::
GOODS   PREPAID TO ALL
POINTS   IN   B. C.
a
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HENRY BIRKS & SONS, Limited
Jewellers and Silversmiths
GEO. E. TROREY, Managing Director Vancouver, B.C.
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DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY  TO  THE INTERESTS  OP  WOMEN     \
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This is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the lu<liun of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to Ita columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope ia expressed thut "The
Cosy Cerner" will fill a social need.
INCOMPATIBILITY
He wound his theories round the
world
And watched the fire burn,
She smiled  the while her fingers
twirled
And wound ;i ball of yarn.
Thc  wife   was   lost   in   twisting
threads,
Thc husband in Ceylon;
He thought of universal needs,
And she of pleasing John
The man exulted���men arc vain���
That man hail learned to fly;
The woman folded up her skein
And stilled Young Johnny's cry.
���Preston Buschlcn
NEW RIBBON ORNAMENTS
woman who passed, each showing
the one and only w.iy to keep on a
hat and protect the public al the
same time.
There was everything from ;i
halo to a horse rake. The halo
was something new, invented by
a young California woman, Ii
was a beautiful gold bane lilting
into the crown of the hat with
little gold tabs through which
hairpins were run. The hatpin
was eliminated altogether, and in
thc case of the hat blowing off
thc halo Would remain, a thing of
beauty, or it could be utilized for
a new kind of theatre cap.
Thc favorite device shown by
innumerable inventors was a natty
tip of #some kind to fit over the
exposed point of the hatpin.
Invented  by  a  Brilliant  Man
Milliner
The rondelay and the quatre
bow���sounds like poetry, doesn't
it? Well, these fashionable frills
are poetic in a sense. Ora Cnc���
yes, he spells his name just so���
is a man milliner of renoun who has
devised some astounding things in
ribbon manipulation. What he
calls thc rondelay bow has twenty-
six loops mounted on a circular
wire five inches in diameter. You
can use it either on a large Uht
or as a gown garniture. Thc
quatre bow is adaptable to many
uses.
STEAMED EGGS
One of the  Hundred Ways of
Cooking Hen Fruit
Butter six small custard cups,
and carefully break an egg in each
one. Place cups in a steamer, over
boiling water, cover closely so
the steam will not escape, and
cook for about ten minutes, or
until the whites are cooked to a
white jelly; sprinkle with salt
and pepper, and serve in thc little
stoneware cups, or if preferred the
eggs may be turned out carefully
on thin slices of toast, placed on
a hot platter garnished with parclsy
and served. Fresh eggs cooked
in this manner are especially nice,
and wholesome for invalids.
MOCHA TART
For the Hostess Who Excels in
Sweets
To make this cream a cupful of
butter with two cupfuls of sugar,
add a half-cupful of milk and
beat hard. Sift a quart of flour
with two level teaspoonfuls of baking powder, and beat the whites
of four eggs stiff. Stir the egg
whites into the batter alternately
with enough flour to make an
ordinary cake batter. Bake in
layer tins. When cold, put mocha
filling between the layers and
on top of the cake. To make the
filling work smooth two cupfuls
of sweet butter, thai is, butter
to which no sail has been added.
Work a cupful of powdered sugar
and a gill of strong black coffee,
or enough to give it the desired
flavor. Beat very smooth, and
keep in a cool place until needed
for the cake.
CORAL REIGNS
0-=
=o
th. tu* Engi���. f0r The ��Fri8CO Standard"
Norlh.rn B.C. water. I
Cut represents three-
cylinder type "Frisco
Sumlnrd" Gasoline
Engine, tUmtt���V. *���>
126 h.p.        ������       !        :
Quick delivery of ��H
llMI from I h.p. sln��le
cylinder upwards.
-AGENTS
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Hubert Marine Ironworks & Supply Lo.
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MjjS Phone: Blue 53
���VOmiD Br.PAiR aiiop
P.O. Box 6ir.
Work! on Whnrf I I'hone 318
ArC.KBBORlEa CARRIED
Feature Now of the Latest Paris
Hats
Coral is flaming and glowing
everywhere, in ribbons and in
velvet, on thc ncw Paris hats.
The color is so strong, however,
that the vogue is bound to wear
itself out in a few weeks at thc
most, for while a soupcon of this
charming color is most pleasing
when one meets it occasionally,
coral everywhere, at morning, at
evening and at nighl, soon be
comes wearisome.
DARK NECK BAND
Pretty Effect Seen in the New
Evening Gowns
A novel feature of thc newest
evening gowns is a band of some
striking dark color finishing the
decolletage at thc neck. Black or
dark brown tulle is used in this
manner on many of the pink and
blue and other lighter dinner dresses, while on one most effective
black evening bodice this band
was of cerise velvet. To soften
thc line against the throat a
filling of flesh-colored tulle may
be placed in a gown of any shade.
HATPIN PATENTS
o
Exhibition of Point Protectors
Held Lately
In a leading hotel recently,there
was an "anti-hatpin" exhibition
There was a large crew of life
savers present, hatpin protector.
propagandists, who filled an entire
corridor, waylaying every man or
ENGLISH CHESTER CAKE
Is   Quite   as   Nice   to   Eat   in
Canada
Take 10 oz, brown sugar, 0 oz
butter, creamed togther. Add 3
eggs, 1 1-4 lb. crumbs (cake or
bread), 1-4 oz. soda, 3-4 syrup,
1-4 pint water, 1-4 oz. cinnamon
Beal all together and spread on
a pan whiclr has been lined with
good pic crust. Bake in an oven
not too hot. When cold, cut in
squares, and cover with icing.
CHERRIES
The   First of  the   Season
We received a
shipment today.
Price reasonable.
Two steamers today brought us
Fresh   Fruits   and   Vegetables.
new C.ROCERIES-Your Goods are Good
Ideal Provision House
Third Ave., near Sixth St   Phone 190
The proposed trip of the champion Ottawa hockey team to Europe has been passed up. A
Rosenthal, while on a business
trip to Europe, made inquiries
as to the available ice-rinks in
London, Paris and Germany, but
did not learn anything to encourage
him. In Paris the rink is too
small, while in London he could
not locate one. In Berlin, lhe id-
area is but 5(1 x 1(H) and too small
for a fast team.
��� ��� ���
11 is announced that Billy Papke
the American middleweight, .md
Jim Sullivan, the English champion, have signed articles in London for their twenty-round match
for the world's championship on
June 0. The papers provide thai
the fighl is to be for 110)000 and
a side bet. Kugcne Cony will be
referee.
Robin Hood
The Great Elour
of
Greater Canada
Your Dealer Has It
To Lease
Lots
Hlock
Section
22, 23, 24, 25
8
1
17
18
1
24
31
1
14
35
1
7,8
14
6
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
Second Ave.. Prince Rupert, B.C.
t^MM^<v^��^^^M/^At
WANTED
A local representative is wanted
for a territory tributary to Prince
Uupert t'o sell the hardy non-irrigated nursery stock grown by the
Oregon Nursery Company, Oren-
co, Oregon. Liberal terms. Party
must come   well  recommended.
.-��..^.._.-~. vddkess.���.~.^..^.
Oregon Nursery Company
Orenco - Oregon
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TEMS  OF
���Mile
| S P 6 R TI
Jiggs Donahue, the Chicago Am-
erican   first   baseman,   has   been
engaged to manage the Cralveston
Baseball Club of the Texas League.
+ + +
"Big Chief" Bender has been
the main-stay of the Athletics'
pitching Btaff for years, and today
is sawing tip the "benders" in tlie
s.uin- manner that gave him a
world wide reputation. Bender
showed his real class when along
with Jack Coombs they took the
Cubs into camp last fall. Both
twirlers had a strenuous season
keeping their club on the top rung,
but they went through the World's
Belies with Hying colors. This
spring Bender has not been going
just right, but the wily Conie
knows that he ean "come back."
��� ������ ���
Lelivelt, the youngster that is
holding down first base for Washington in the games is making a
decidedly good impression wilh
the bat and in the way he is
handling everything that comes his
way in the fielding line. Hc has
many of ilu- fine points to learn
still, bin he has shown lhat he is
ready and willing to learn and
McAleer is going to let him stay
there.
+ + +
For S5000, Paul Strand, the 17-
year-old pitching phenom of Spokane, has been sold to thc Boston
Ameridans, Joseph I'. Colin, Spokane manager, has telegraphed
verification of the deal in these
words: "Sold Paul Strand lo
Boston Americans, largest juice
ever paid in Northwestern League
for player. He is to finish season
with Spokane."
+ + +
Mushroom, the City, and Suburban Handicap winner, is said
to be about the best three-year-old
in England, but he is not in the
Derby. As a yearling he was not
_*_ | expected to aspire to classic honors,
SmI h.iving been bought by Butters for
iKXKWnatUXXKXIOOOaOtKMKUKttt I + + +
i ������^ jockey Danny Maher nowadays
cannot ride below 117 or 118
pounds, but he maintains a wond-
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The Digby Rooms
Loc*Ud oa Si&th Ave., nvar Fulton
ThrwtoflveminulM fromron-
tn> nf buiincy* JUtncL, Nine-
i'-. ii newly furniahml r.- m-.
H"! nnd cold watrr, bath nnd
tctrtihonc. Newly furnished.
Und��r new minkittmrnt.
!
Double Weekly Service
S.S. PRINCE RUPERT and S.S. PRINCE GEORGE
For Stewart, Sundays, 8.00 a.m.
VTBSSM
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Mondays and Fridays at 8 a.m.
ss. Prince Albert sails for Port   Simpson, Naas Kiver Points, Masset,
NadiMi Harbor,  every  Wednesday, 1,00 p.m.
and f��r!
Refuge Bay,   Skidegate,   Queen
Charlotte City,   Lockeport,   Pa-
rofi, Jedway,   Ikeda Bay,   Rose
Harbor  and  return  via  Queen
Charlotte City every  Saturday,
1.00 p.m.
The  Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains over ita
double' track route  between  Chicago,
Toronto,   Montreal,   Quebec,   Halifax,
Portland, Boston, New York and Philadelphia.    Information  and tickets  obtainable from the office hereunder mentioned.   Trans-Atlantic bookings by all
lines arranged.
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND   PASSENGER   AGENT
Canadian Pacific Railway
B.C. Coast Service
Famous Princess Line
s.s. Princess May
���salts for���
Vascouvcr, Victoria  ind   Seattle
Friday, June 2nd at 9 a.m.
J. G. McNab - General Agent
Coast to Coast
OCEAN TO OCEAN
Tickets  To   All   Point*
ROGERS' Steamship and
Railway Agency
Second Ave.        Phone 116
inspection
INVITED
FRED. STORK
-General Hardware -
1
Builders' Hardware
Valves & Pipes     Oxford Stoves
Graniteware      Tinware
SECOND - AVENUE
H. B. Rochester
U
QIOOOOUUOOOOPCCXaOOOBOOOOCtt
Does Your Watch
Keep Correct Time 7
******
If not, get a standard
RAILROAD WATCH
movement fitted in any style of
case you desire.
.      LADIES   WATCHES
in gold filled and solid gold cases.
R. W. Cameron & Co.
I Hii. nil Watch Inspectors
for thc G.T.P.
Cor. Gth St. and Second Avenue.
nioNK 82
I
TRY   THE   "NEWS"   WANT
AD. WAY OF FINDING
WebsterS
New
International1
Dictionary
THE MERRIAM WEBSTER?
lUratiu it Is a NEW CBEA-
p"JU,g TION, covering every
field ot the world's thought,
action and culture. Tho only
new unabridged dictionary in
many years.
Rrraute " defines over 400,000
""*"" *1fOt--l more than over
betnro appeared   between two
Covers.   jr"o l'aget.   6000 ll*
lustration*
Rerun* '*��� '" ths only dictionary
*****__ with the now divided
page. A " stroke ot Osnius."    |
n,,.m. It Is an oncyolopodift In
PIC"1- a single volume.
Rerante " '" sooopted by the
���- Courts.  Bchoole  and
Ptpm as Hie one supreme *"-
thotlty.
Rrramr ,10 wh" knows Win*
Sneers*.   Let us tell
you about this new work.
ALFRED CARSS,
of llnti-!. Columbia
and Manna.!*. Bars.
1 crful average through the season,
lie has ridden three Derby winners,
and has also carried olT most of
the other great races, while he
scored over hurdles at his only
a I tempt. Lord Rosebery and Mr.
Leopold de Rothschild are, at present, his chief employers.
��� ��� +
Knockout Brown and Ad Wolgast may meet in  a  twenty-live
round   bout  after   the   Wolgast-
Moran muss.
+ ��� +
"One Round" Hogan has decided
to stick in the game and is looking
for bouts.
+ + +
Hugo   Kelly   and   "Cyclone"
Thompson   will   perhaps  meet   in
another tangle in the near future.
+ + ���
Jack Johnson, heavyweight champion, has received an offer from
t'ass Walsh, promoter of the Umpire A. ('. of Kansas City, to box
Fireman  Jim  Flynn,  the boxer
who knocked out Al Kaufmann
in the tenth round recently, before
June I. Jack said he will accept
the offer if he is guaranteed $10,-
000, win, lose or draw.
��� ��� +
Ivan 1'ox, the Philadelphia hunting man, who bought Dlnna Ken
last year for 8500, and made a
winning steeplechaser oul of a
stake-winner on the flat, has sold
thc horse to Win. Lanalian of
Baltimore, for 85000 and half
of his winnings this year.    Dlnna
Ken will be trained for the remainder of the season by Sam
llildreth.
+ ��� ���
I ieorge Stem, who rode Sunstar,
the winner of the Two Thousitid,
was brought over from France
for that race. Prank Woot ton
was on the second horde, Stedfast,
while the third from the same
Stable .is  the winner, was ridden
by E. Shaw , who had just returned
from   India,     The   Disguise   ri>lt,l giXTH  STREET
Iron Mask, was sixth, jusl behind
the Volter Colt, Kunnymede.   Iron
S.S. INLANDER
...FOR...
HAZELTON
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
Agent
*>  W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second avenue and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros." Office.
MUNRO  &  LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS -:- AUDITORS
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 361
C. V. BENNETT, B.A.
nf ll.C. Ontario, Saskatchewan and Alberta Rare.
CARSS & BENNETT'
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Offlce-Exchantre block, corner Third avenue and
Sixth street. Princo RuDcrt. 8
WM. s: HALL, L. D.S., D.D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All tlcnUI operations skilfully trcntod.  Gat and
local nnaiithellcfi administered for the painless extraction of teeth.      Consultation free.     Offices:
Helirerson Block. Prince Rupert. 11-12
HANDASYDE   Ct.  HURT
AORNTS   FOR   KTBEI-.    v*i INNKI1V
...��ND    CONTIIACTORS    srm.irH...
P. O. Box 436 - Office 3rd and Fulton
P. O. BOX 2.1
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
mriL or wm. foxon, f.bq., a.it.a.m. "lon., f.no.
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
PRINCE RUPERT
WR1TK tor ��[���*��� .m.n of n��w AlrlA.A f*���.
G.�� C. MIMIIAMI n . P.ku.l..... Spri.tli.U. M.S..
Mention __-_-*_m^m*_**Wt__l * sot of pock.* m.pt.
Mask w.is,i .V.\ to 1 chance.
For row boats and launches
| telephone 320 green. Davis'
I Boat House.
1 Fruit   :   Produce   :   Feed
WHOLESALE
H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave. THE    DAILJY   NEWS
1
1
i
OUR SODA
.FOUNTAIN.
IS OPEN
FOR '11
Pom lee Cream with all 'the
"Kixins"
C.   H. ORME
The Pioneer Druggist
PHO.XE    :    ;    ;    82
'M 0=
DIRECT from DUBLIN
������   ��� :���' 9
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���
Pirns Real Irish
poplin
TIES
o UNION S.S. CO.
CHANGES HANDS
J. E. Welsford, Big English Ship
Owner Purchases Controlling
Interest in the Company.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, M.iy 30.���The Union Steamship Company with headquarters here practically changed
lownserhip today when J. I-;. Wels-
ford, member of a big British
shipping concern and owners of
many vessels operating under several lines, purchased a controlling
interest in the company. Former
Manager I.egg retires, but Messrs.
Carber, Cotton and Wrighley retain their interests. The price
paid w.is not given out.
LADIES'
HAND BAGS
r^H^Jgl ^..^.
We have just received a
shipment of the newest
���tylM and latest designs
i�� ladies' Velvet aiui leather Hand I>;il's. We es-
lally Invite ymi to call
and let uo show you our
new goods	
C. B. WARK
Jeweller
A big shipment came yesterday. They are the
niftiest and most dressy
goods ii. the city.���Assorted colors and stvles.
AN INGENIOUS
GOLD ROBBERY
Classified  -   -  Advertisements
..n notvuminer cives the public is in the classified udvertisonu"
One^of the best services the mod��n MWSpaper^ves u ^. ^^   ^ R[wstof Mwys mo;.t
nt columns
on com-
There'buyerand'seller, ^ftXnZmlenM"inw"aeh S^V.VonVthS  New,   will   reduce  its
mon ground.     To put this modern com wnen��� .      UmMm     Minimllm charge of 25 cents.
rate to  a nominal price 01 a "   l '. ,.'���i���m���
Here is our Claulfled Advertising
Column  for  today.     Watch   it   grow.
AUSTRALIA WILL
FIGHT FIRST
V   Lort and Found       | !Ex.  S. S.   TEUCER
.1
r'-inch Steel Car Wheels
Axels and Roller Bearings
���LARGE STOCK���
Member of Commonwealth Go
vernment Goes into Heroics i>;}^;^l^���^^h^
( For Rent j
(Canadian Press Despatch;        I l
roUND-Eursks Cleaning and Proailng Com-,
,,.,���,. Mvn'B oulti cleaned and proaaed ll.UO. i
I nd'iei' 'Uits prcaaed and cleane.1.    I>ry |<reu-1 , e Wnrlrtt
S?i"pSS2��. Rood u we.tenhaver ni..ck, Rupert Marine Iron worKS
phone red 68. *-***** r
Some  Soused
Able to howl al the pitch of his
voice, but far too drunk to remem.
ber his name, a stalwart of massive
proportions was gathered in by
the police from the perilous paths
of the erring last night. He remains in the care of Captain
Smith until his jag wears off,
on the Oriental Question.
Four-in-hands, each $1.50
Hat's Wing Bows, each 75
Narrow String Derbys, ea... 75
Fifty Thousand Dollars Worth
Stolen at Nome
They're Irish and that
means   they're    good.
SEE   OCR   WINDOW   DISPLAY
Sloan & Co'y.
Clothiers, Gent's Furnishers
Sixth Sireel Phone 297
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Nome, Alaska, MaY 31.���Gold
robbers here have contrived the
; daring theft of gold to the value
"I S.ll 1,(1(10 iii ,t must ingenious
way. They got at .1 dump thrown
up about three years ago, and
carefully sinking a small hole
in it contrived to sluice out the
whole of the inside leaving the
lu'How shell standing. The robbery has only just been discovered,
by the caving in of part of the
shell. Efforts .ire being made to
tr.ue the gang responsble.
Melbourne, May 111.���William
Hughes, acting as a member ol the
Commonwealth government h.is
contributed a remarkable article
tn the Sydney Telegraph which
is arousing much comment. Mr.
Hughes declares
will never agree to admit Japanese
immigrants except at the sword S
point, even should such a refusal
mean that Australia would .separate from the mother country.
Neatly Furnished Rooma;  gentlemen preferred.
Apply Mra. Mullin, over Majeitlc Theatre.
llH-lm
C.'��v furnished rooma. Mra. Bower, Someraot |
Rooms, Thinl Avenue, between Seventh and j
Eighth. o"-"
Ni.-e Furnished Rooma.   Apply Mra. Klrby. Alder
Hlock. upstaira entrance, Third Ave.        117-11:1
,: \ii,iri .li i   Several ga����l 5 and 6 room houaea with hath. W>
tll.lt    rtUSinaim      ,,���rmo���,h.   O. M. Helgeraon, Limited., phone
lid. .Ua-tf
New 7-room houae on Ambrooe Ave., partly fur
nished.rent 125.    Apply on premlaea or Box -71.
11..- Hi-.
.We. clean, bright outalde rooma. Bulkley Bloek
a'.th Ave., near Fulton. Krj-lm
Nioe furnished rooma alngleor for houaekeeping.
Applv Drexel Rooming Houae. 2nd Ave., near
McBride. Mayll-lmo
DANCE
TO -
BV   (IRA
NIGHT
i"S   ORCHESTRA
McINTYRE HALL
Admission 51.00
Ladies Fret
SPLENDID BELL
FOR HAZELTON
Presented to Rev. Father Coocla
O.M.I.
ON MAIDEN TRIP
New Gasoline Launch Lakanian
Left Early Today
Help Wanted
1
TIGERS MET
CRESCENTS
rl to do table and chamber worfc ot Port Es-
-Initton Hotel. Waiira Hi to ttn a month with
lioard and room. Apply Mra. Black. Central
Ha.tel. City. ami
Mrs. M.
Stre. l
and 2nd Ave. 11--121
District Manager for drat claaa Health and Accident Inaurance Company,     Splendid Indu.-e-
i   e.    ., , ,.���)., ...   I    menu.   Special aalary and liberal commlaai.'n.
lelt    the   Whail    at    .ibOtlt   .1   a.m.1    Apply to J. L. McComb. Health an.l A..
, \\".,    .      i ,Um.-A   a    Department. Empire Life Inaurance Company,
today.     With   twelve men aboard, |    6li Winch liulldlnir. Vancouver. U.C.   Ill-i:
Bound  for Goose  Bay with
tviriv  i.f   Maaera    Rla. laiY   ,rnl    Ve-   Experienced sewer for ladlea clothes.   !
partj   Ol   .Messrs.   KlUlm   ana ng       G. Hebhonli.   Weatenhaver Bloek. rth
new's surveyors on Mineral Claim
work,  the new  launch   Lakanian
nu men to uke coay rooma In the
lvv-lm
and provisions and equipment f<>r | Nl
several weeks,  the  Lakanian by
1,   .. l���, ._ i    ,       i-        . ......   i Wanted���An   A-l   aollcltor for the   most liberal
hel   bUOyanCy and Steadiness prOV-|    Fraternal Ordera in Jhe world.   Coll r.��im -
aineteen yo
Bulkley Block, near Fulton.
o
o BAPTISTS HAD A
MERRY EVENING
|handasyde&hurt]
CanwUan Kami Co'fc rrnducU
Mitn-.it Machinery and
tneton   BappUaa
.l*-ad HuiUinir an<) OoDCrvt* Machinery
literal.  Farm and  Dairy Supplies
I -   ap Car�� ��M Wm ������ -
Gatolinf Er.nin��*��. MM    V��hh ��� -. Truck?
%*-~m-     mm . ��� -mm
| OFFICE:
THIRD and FULTON
af   P.O Boa 436
Rupert   i
 ���
HERE IS
Your Chance!
On- -���   ���        : laml on Bank's
Isl.-i il'-   ut  it
Ver.
For fur:' ��� r partieulari apply to
JOHN DYBHAVN
-,jf�� Exchange. Block
The Insurance People
���
The Mack Really and Insurance Co.
I*.��� ��� -.       \ ������.- j i    ���
"It ain*t no use to grumble
and complain;
It's jest as cheap and easy
to rejoice.
If God sorts out the weather
and sends rain,
Then rain's my choice.
+	
WHEN it ruins are you
provided with the
proper equipment so that
you don't have to stay In
the house? . . . We have
imported fr'.m England a
splendid rangf of Ladies'
Rain Coats and Kain
Hats. They come in rubber-lined cashmeres, jtab-
anu-ttes, etc., and, while
Wf have the semi-titting
���:. In, the most of them
are in the "raglan" cut
which is now considered
the correct thing in ladies
storm Coats. We also
have a big assortment of
ladies Kain Hats in
tWMdl and in oiled cloth
arid rubber coverings, in
smart up-to-date styles.
Girl's uinl Boy's Huin
Coats���age." I years   up.
Young Men of the Brotherhood
Showed the Ladies How Well
They can Play the Host.
+���
j!	
STOKES'
ICE CREAM
is the purest and best made In Bsttttl*.
This cream is used solely in
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
Second Ave. m-xt to Optimist old office
TRY IT
Kruit ami Candy, wholesale   and   n tail
Sam Gowen, Prop.     Phone 350
H. S. Wallace Co'y. Ltd.
Dry Good., Chinaware, F.t..
Fulton Street nnd Third Avenue
The young men of the Baptist
Brotherhood held ;i very successful
social evening Monday, the ladies
Ining ihuir .guests for the occasion.
Round games and laughter provoking contests were indulged in
till a hue hour when the refreshments appeared. Rumor has it
that even the excellent ice cream
served, waa made by the brotherhood chefs, who showed the ladies
how nicely they could do things.
In a spelling contest  tin
ed herself eminently suited to the
work   for   which   she   has   been
designed.
TWO KILLED M
AN AUTO WRECK
Accident Marred the Day's Celebrations   at   Indianapolis--.
Tires   Blew   up  and   Caused
Smash.
Empreia Hotel.   I. F. Madlrtn.
1US-114
Live Basketball Game Played at
the Auditorium Last Night
Basketball enthusiasts gathered
at the Auditorium last night where
thc Tigerwnet the Baptist Brotherhood Crescents in a live game.
The honors were claimed by the
Crescents this time, the score
reading 8 to 12 in their favor.
Crescents were represented by
Captain   Johnstone,   antl   Mer-?-^.
Daggett, Gray, Siddell and Ives.
Tigers playing were Captain
Mobley,  leading Iiezleti, Green,
On   the wharf  awaiting  transportation up river is a fine church
bell.   It bears the inscription:
MARIA MAGDALENA
Hagwilget Church
Hazelton B. C.
A. D. 1910
Presented to Rev. Father Coccola
O. M. I.
The  bell   is a  ponderous one,
bigger than anything of the kind
in Prince Rupert at present, and
raises the question "When is Prince
Rupert to have a fine bell or peal
of bells?"    In a city so beautiful,
with far heard echoes across the
waters of the harbor sweet toned
bells should certainly have a place,
Wanted-SOO irocd men tn join the Onler of Owl-
Call room _r. Emprenn Hotel.   I. P. Madlrtn
!��� s-lll
+.^..^.^..^..^..^..^..���..^..~..~-.-~+ I ..in.ui and Kent
1        fs��� i~at.__.m__...        11   Alter the game teems and
L
Fire Insurance
spec-
jji.nors enjoyed  a   pleasant   rime
on ihe rollers.
Canadian I'ress Despatch)
Indianapolis, Maj 31.��� The great Memorial Day celebration was
marred lure this morning by the
death of S. P. Dickson, mechanician on Arthur Greeners' racing
car which was wrecked in the
great race this morning. The car
had travelled thirty miles when
pjizes ,1,,. ,jrc |,]lAV Up cau>i,jg t|K. car
wen- won by Miss Kirkpatrick]t0 leave the track. Dickson was
and W. Godson. The evening|instantlykilied and Greener badly
was so successful that another may
be arranged later in the summer.
SAYS CHARGES
ARE UNTRUE
Commander Roper Denies that
the Men are Underfed on the
Canadian Cruiser Rainbow.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, May 30. ��� Commander
Roper, nr the R. N. Navy Department seen regarding the charges made by Francis fanny in
the Toronto papers to the pffecl
thai men in the Navy are underfed,
asa result of which thirty men had
deserted and a mutiny taken place
on the Rainbow, denied the charge
after stating what the men had.
injured
ADVERTISE  IN THE
NEWS
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
THE BHtiah Union and National Fire  In��uranr<<
Company of London, England,   with    ..-��, a
<>f rJ.50O.Hm.iw,    See ua for rate*.     The Mai..
Kealtv and lniurmnccC.ami>anv. 70-tf
;      Situations Wanted      j
fii ihiiw miiimmtaiaoal^aw i��iii��niw *
A elaaaifled advertisement i�� a lireleM work.
hunter���and seldom faile.
Chambermaid requirea work In Prinee Rupert In
llrat r!n>. hotel or rooming houae. Appl)- Daily
New. Oflic*. I:;. i .���-,
By experienced man and w ife aa cook an-l helper
in mining camp or country hotel.   Apply H. I
T.. Optimiat. ���.������-:���:
Boarders Wanted
~4
Home cooked mrali and nicrljr furnfshrd room*
for three pertom. Apply .Mr*. Jiimrt, Scott
Bltlff., 3rd Ave, between cth and Itth SU.   8&>tf
Private Board l.y the week or month. Ibmr
cookins a specialty. Mm* K. M. UleeM.n. 3rd
Ave., between Tth and -th St*., phone 1*1. .*:**if
Real Estate
���.
**m*Mt*m*Ult-*^t**\
A clntslflnl advertisement i�� a real ratate anlet-
man, and d<��i not often count enoiwh "to
oount" in the not reiult.
Nineteen ymnjr mrn want���! to rrnt coty furniah-
nd in thc IlulkU-y Koom*. fith Ave., near Kulton.
lf.'-lni
r
For Sale
1
Skeona Land IHitrlct���Dintrict of Coait Range 5 i i
Tako  notice thu   I,   Krank   Hlcka  of   I'ort   K-    *h*****-*****���**-***-**>���.^*-r-^.^..-*^.^..-��.��-^.+
��� n./ti'ti,   uccupation   merchant,  intend   lo  apply ���
for permissiun   o purchue the folluwlng deacribotl   Smith-Premier Typewriter tn  \>*-tt*-> t  condition.
la mu:
Commencing at a y* ��� planUxl on the nouth
hank of lho Kxchunuika Kiver and about four
milen from Ita conlluenee with tho Skeena Itiver,
thence ���-" chaina we.t, thenco 80 chaint north,
thence HO chaina ea.it, thanco louth 80 chaini
tu point of cornmencurn<-nt, containing t>40 acrea
mure ur lifia.
Dated April 21, 1811. FRANK HICKS
Puh. April 2U.
Apply P.O. Box ;i2��.
1IK-124
All kimUuf aectmd hand ffondi bought and aold.
K. M. Crosby, Thinl Ave., between 7th and Mh
streetH. li;-tf
No. K .Sur Cook Stuve in perfect condition, pipe
enoutth fur 2 ilove*; all for fin. Apply at
Room 2.1, Fraaer and Tth Streets, aeven to etuhl
in evening. Il7-wl
Over-Seas Club
A special meeting of the memlier* of the Overseas Club will lie heltl nt the Westholme Lumber
Company'* Hall on Wedneaday next the ;il  Inat
EIGHTY CENTS
IS MINIMUM
Price Fixed by Ketchikan Fishermen for Red Spring Salmon
A resolution h;is been adopted
which  fixes  the minimum  price
���.      for  spring   salmon   al   80  cents
"'fes-l&^'jt   |j��l^ fc"'    ",l   i'll'l    '������**   ri'llls   fm    white
fish, and tli;it if such prices can
not In- obtained, the fisherman
represented will leave the town ol
Ketchikan or seek other employ.
menl .it once.
.\ committee consisting ol Lam
Lokke,   Hans  Olson   and   Henry
Haldane,   the   latter   one   .,f   t|u
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118 _"'"rs "'
ll" liwuy with this,
launtlry.    Wint
PttronlH n white
liilmr only ut
leaders ol  the Indian  fishermen,   , , ' "'":  w,u
with Instructions to communicate      .       ,ly'   "
S. O. E. B. S.
Th.   Prill'*,   ll'tltrrl   I/.Iv*.   N-a    M-.  Boni "f    I lie   ,        a
bSod/mwl* thtl"rat and third Tuaadan In I ���>���  reieTBCn 01   laeoma, wl
____ month In th.a Carncntrr. Hall, am |. m. : w.is    eleeled    In    i,r,.s���l,.    (,,,,r
F. V. CI.AItK. Se.-., ! .    ,,���_,���,, , '.        .
I', o. Uux nu. 1'rlnc* KuDfrt  lislierinen s organization.
Hie ultimatum ol   thc  fishermen
to the buyers, was appointed l.\
1    Petersen ol Tai
tl
GRAND TRUNK'S
NEW OFFICES
Handsome   Building   Planned
for the Company in Victoria
The < '.rand Trunk Pacific company will shortly commence the
construction of a building to cost
1800,000,    three   or   four   storeys
in   height,   with   a   frontage  of
300 feel on Wharf street, Victoria, on the site excavated some
time ago, fronting which are the
two  large  piers of   the company.
The new building will be a modern
Structure, With warehouses below
the street line, stores on the street
level    and   offices   on    lhe   upper
floors,   It will be !)(i feet deep, and
will incorporate lhc small building
now used as a ticket ollice on
Wharf street. Plans for lhe new
**   T.   P,  building are  now being
made  at   Vancouver,  and   if   is
expected    tenders   will    be    called
meed thai
WOrk   is  expelled   In   be  coin-
wlthln a year.    The stores
! arranged by the builders
tenants,
Skerna l.anil Diatrict -Diatrlrt nl Coaat
Tako iiuticia thai William McTaviah ol Vancouver, II- C. occupation phyaician, Intenila to apply
flir   ;.a raa,i     l- :     (U   | lina.a   a'   the   lolloping   a|a   a alia ���!
lamia:
a uj'.ja ��� ���.i'i: a: at a pont planted at thc anuthwe*
corni'r, 40 chainn norlh and 40 chaina eaat of the   at a o clock when u,.,,.!.,. are nsiue.trd to rr
nortlaiiaat corner of  Lot   1116,  Ilarvey'a Survey, ' turn ���'' una.il.1 concert llckata anil  lo make pay
Coa.t   DUlrict,  Uanuta fa, thence fill chain, ru.t    ment for Ihtnt* iliipoaed of.
thence CO chaina  north,  thence 60 chalna  weat, | IIAIlltY M. IllltCII.
thence 1,0 chainn louth to poat of commencement       119-122 Aaat.-Sec.
contuininu :il'.u acrea mnre or leaa. ��� . _
Dated May 2, 1011.     WILLIAM A. McTAVlSH
KING HONORS
LABOR MOVEMENT
Has Invited Two Representatives of British Trades Unions
to   Attend    the   Coronation
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London, May 31.���King (ieorge
lulu |��aitl an unprecedented honor
to thc labor movement by issuing
a "command" invitation to two
of the repn sentativea of the British
Trades Unions to attend at the
Coronation ceremonies.
Wanted Back Immediately
If the party whose identity is
known does not want trouble, he
will inmmedlatdy return that idea
which he pilfered from Reilly's
Bakery Lunch. ReUly needs it
for his ad. tomorrow.
Advertise in
The Daily News
LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL
B
B   We Will Not Spend Money Advertising anything but.
Real Bargains
I'uh. May 6.
Fred W. Uohler, Auent
Notice
Skeena Land Diatrict-Dlatrict of Coaal Range .'. Take notice that John K. Malhelaon of the Cily
lake RMMttMt little McTaviah of \ancouver, of prince Kupert In the Province of Hrlllah Cof-
B. (...occupation married woman, Intenda to I umlila haa retired from the firm of Malhelaon
apply for permiaalon to purchaae the following I Woa��l ft Company, plumbera and .leamflttera of
ileMcnlnil lanala: '
Commencinu at a post planted at tho northweat corner 100 chalna eaat and 20 chaina north
lhc
i >l<i i
will  bill'   sllil
Puntorium Piontor Clcanom, 'Phone 4  Pub. May 6
from the northeaat cnrner ol Ixit 1110, Ilarvey'a
Survey, Coaat Diatrict,tUa|t 6,thence 20 chaini
aoulh, thencc HO chalna eaat, thonce 80 chalna
nnrth, Ihence 40 chain* weat, thence 60 chaina
aoulh, thence 40 chain1! weat to poat of eommencemenl, containing 400 acrea more or leaa.
Daleal May 2, 1911. LOTTIK McTAVlSH
Puh. May 0. Frod W. Bohler. Agent
Stikine Land Diatrict���Dlitrict of Caaaiar
Take notico that Chriatian A. Torvo of Stlklna
11  C , occupation cualnuin ofheer, Intenda to apply
for permlnalon to purchase the followinR deacrihed
landa:
Commencing at a i���<. ��� planted aliout 18 chalna
north west of the euatmna warehouae at Stikine.
II.  <:.,  thence woat  20 chalna,   Ihence aoutb  20
chaina,  tlience enat  80 chalna,  thence north 20
chalna In point of commencement and containing
40 ucre.* mnre or lesa.
Daied Feb. 13, Mil,       CHRISTIAN A. TKRVO
Puh. Aprl 7,
Skeena Land District Diatrict of Coant Range 6
I ake MUM that (irnr.. McTaviah, ol Vancouver,
U. C, occupation marriaj 1 woman, Intenda In apply
for permiaaion to punhaM lho following doacrllied
lamln:
Commencing at a poal planted at thc anuihwM
comer 100 chalna eaal ������,| 20 chalna north of
ho imrihcaat corner of l,���i mo, Harvey'i Survey,
COM Dialrici,  leu.,-,   ;,, thence 40 chalna eaat,
theaee 80 chalna nonh. Ihonco 40 chalna waat,
��Sffnl..Hn!!! """"' '" I"'" "' commencement
containing .1^11 nrnn mure or lem
B__*\__it\t'1BU' CRACK McTAVlSH
Pub. Mav 0. Fred w  Hoh|erp A,ont
Skeena Land Dlalrict li|,ir|ct of Coaat Range -
lake nntice tlmt Alcimd.r Mclnloth ot <!.���
couver, 11 ( . occupation roal ealate broker
Inlenda In apply ,,r permMon to purchaao tha
(ollowing ileaerllaiJil lamia:
Comnienclng nl n potl plantnl 40 chalna .outh
from the iniithweM ciarner of Ixit 9115, tlaenc 80
chn na anulh, Ihenre In c(,alna weat, thence 80
chalna north, thenc  m rhaina eaat In pnlnt of
DotSTSaDirSn li',"l'i"l"lni! n2�� *"" ""'""" mm
ALEXANDER MclNTOSH
the paid City.
Iiim-.l  aI 1'nii.a- llpperl.   11 C.
Mny. 1911.
thia lat day of
F. .1. MATHKISON.
H. WOOD.
Notice
A meeting will be held in the
office of the Empress Theatre
(basement, next to Telegraph
office) Wednesday evening, May
31st, at 6.30 sharp to discuss the
formation of a branch of the
Musician's Mutual Protective
Union for Prince Rupert. All
musicians interested in this
movement are cordially invited
to attend.
J. S. GRAY
120-122 F. STEVENS
We Made Mistake
By an honest mistake, the
Daily News, on Saturday, said
the decorations in the Empress
Theatre were done by Mr. Chas.
Schley, employed by Ward Bros.
Mr. Schley did the beautiful
work, but his employers are
Seaman & Cole, decorators, of
this city. The miatake is regretted.
Sth Ava. Ar mi. from Hoipltal
$700��� HantlK'H a nplemiitl lot
One of tlie bptt in section 6.    I'rire $U00.
$175���Cash hiinilli - a fine lot*
on   10th  Ave., section
8, nKliI "in'.annul St.,
Price $350.
Near Sth Av#. and Emmeraon Place
$1100���Cash liantlleB one of the
best buys in the city,
right on thc hill where
nearly all of thc best
residences have been
built, a pretty site and
very cheap, $1100.
Sth Ave., N��.i Imanuel Place
$200.00-Down  on  a $400 lot
near Seal Cove, Bplend-
id   investment well located.
Cor. 8th Ave. and Imanuel Place
$.)00���Cash handles this double
corner. The Cold Storage Plant has made
corner one of the best
buys in town, as an investment it is gilt,
edge, and $100 below
market, $1(iixi.
We are not advertising to clean
and press suits for Sl just because
the G. T. P. is a little slow getting
into Prince Rupert, but we do
clean your clothes before pressing
them.���Pantorium Pioneer Clean-
era, 'phone 4.
LAND  PURCHASE NOTICK
Skeona Luil Diatrict���Diatrict ol Coaat 1.,: . - I
Toko nutlco thot 1, Clara May Little of 1'nr.cc
Kupert, It. C, occupotion apinator, intenil to
opply lor permiaoiun to purcuoao tho follnwing
doKrlbod Innda:
Commoncing ol o pool plantod ol tho n.irlh
weat cornor of Lot 1735, Kongo 5, Coaat Di.trict
thonco ooat 40 choina. thonco north 2' chaini
Ihonco weot 31 chain -thonco north 20 ch.uni
thenoe wml lo choina, thonoo aouth 45 chmi. tu
point o( commencement, containing 111! acn-a
moro or leoo.
Dated April 4,1911. CLARA MAY 1.1 ..   .
Pub. April lo.
Skeeno Land Diatrict���Diatrict of Coaat 11... I
Tako noiico Ibol .Mary lloolon uiiaia: ,. nl
Victoria, 11. C, occupotion houaekoeper, latndl
to apply for permiaaion to purchaae the foilo��itit
deacrilied landa:
Commencing at a poot planted at the eouthamt
corner of Lol HW. Kange 6, Coaat Diatrict.tlier.c (
00 choina aouth Ihonco 40 cbalna eoal, tbence 90
choina north, thence 40 ehaina weat lo point nf
ommencement, containing '.'ill acroa mora or lev-
MARY   I1KATON   OlLHI.l;.-!.!
Dated April 17, It'll.
i'ub. May 6.
Skeeno Und Diatrict���Dlotrict ol Caaaiar
Toko notico that I, John L. Mitchell of PrlM
Kupnrt, 11. ('., occupation bookkeeper, Intenal
-I'l'ly   for  permiaaion to  purchaae the following
deacribed Undo:
Commendng ot a poat planted about a ���*���   ���  a
milea aouth ond (II one mile weat of the fun., ul
lhe While ond Hal rivera, thonoe north HO chaini
Ihence ooat 80 choina,  thenco aouth  >0 a
thence wuat 00 chaina.
Dated April 10, l'Jll. JOHN  L. M1TCIIKLL
I'ub. Mi) 13. Krancia S. l'reat.n, Agent
.Skoona Und Diatrict���DUtrict of Caaaiar
Tako notice thai  William  Frederick Cam
ot  I'rinco  Kupert,  11. C, occupotion carpenta.'.
ntenda lo opply for permtaolon to purchaae lhe
follnwing deacribed Unda:
Commencing  al  a  poot   plonted   obout  !>..-<��
milea aouth of the (orka ol tho White ond 1 lat
rivera,  thonce aouth  SO  choino,  thence weal  no
choina,  thence north  00 choina,  tbence eail -0
choino.
WILLIAM FREDERICK CAMERON
Dated April IS, 1011.
I'ub. May 13. Francia S. Trcaton, V  '���
r        . Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Caaaiar
��� ake notico thai I, Alfred Kyle o( I'rince Uupert,   II.   C,   occupotion   electrician,   intend   '���'
apply for permiaaion to purehoae the louoral
deacribed landa:
Commencing ol o poat pUnted obout tt) lor*
milea aouth of tho forka of tho White and 1 *_
rivera, ihence eO choina oouth, thenco 00 cl-ai..
eaal,  thonoo  80  chaino  north,  thoneo  80 *****
Dated April 18, l'Jll.
I'ub. May 13.
ALFRED KYTK
Fronde S. I'rooton, AgOOl
Skeena Und Diatrict���DUtriet of Cooat Itaijr I
Take notice that I, UuchUn John Shanaliai I
Victoria, II. 0, occupation teacher, Inlenn to
opply lor permiaaion to purchaae the folloanl
deacrilied landa:
Commencing at o poal planted 66 chaina aouth
from the aoutheaat corner ot Lot 8060, thenc- :'
chalna aouth, thenco 40 choina weot, thence
chaini north, thenco 40 choina ooat to point nl
commencement, conlolnlng ICO acreo mora or In*-
LAUCHLAN JOHN SHANAIIAN
Dated April 17, Hll.
I'uh. May 6.
Skeona Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Cout Kani;'-1
Take notlco.that Mn. L. C. Putnam ol .-.
Paul, Minnesota, occupation married womv
intenda to opply tor permtaolon to purchaao il.a
following iloacribad lando:
Commencing at > poat plantod at the louthaial
corner of Lot No. 1733 morked Mra. L. C. Putnam ���
niirtboaat corner, thence weot 40 chalna, thenca
aouth 80 chaina thenco eoot 40 choina, thence
north 80 chalna to pool of commencement, con
lainlnii 1120 acreo moro or leoo. .   ,,
paled March 20 Kll.      MRS. L. C. PUTNAM
I'ub. April 16, ���        1,,-n. K. Putnam Agon
$2f)
Cheap Rent Ruiinen Quartan
Per Month- will rent a
building26x40 near llrd
and fith Sts., lultabl*
for warehouse, carpenter shot), plumbing ���r
tinsmith.
Houalon b lha Place for You
$M to $400 a lot Will pinna ynu
in on this ncw Grand Trunk
townsite located in the
centre of Pleasant Valley,
which is the cream of thn
Bulkley Valley.
Skeeno Und Diatrict-Dlatrict ol Coaalar
Take notiee that  1,  Swan   Hollen  of Stcaatl.
I <*���   C,   occupation   carpenter,   Inland   to   opi'IJ
D . fnr permiaaion lo purchaao the foUowing dcacnliil
** I landa:
D       Commencing ot a poot planted obout (BJtS*
aout h and one( 1) mile weot ol the forka ol tho �� MtJ
B I *_**. *���'*** 'Ivero, Ihence 80 chalna oouth, thenci-'
" . clo no eaat, thenco 80 chalna north, thenct- f"
D | choino weat,
J'aled April 18, Hll. SWAN 1IALLEN
3   I'uh. Moy 13. FroncU S. Preaton, At
B
B
B
_ Skeeno Und DUlrict���DUtrict of Coaat
Take notico thai  rrod W. Dohler ol Kluut'--
alum, oecupatlon larmer, Intenda to opi'l>  '���'[
in  tho  following  dcacril'i-l
��� ot o poat plantetl  at the nortli-
eaal corner of    A. McLeod'o pro-omptlon, tbimc-
20 chaina anuth, thoneo 10 chalna eoal, theno
chaini north, thenco 10 choina woat to P""1
I Permiaoion  to  purch
D   lando:
Commencing al a
B
B
i
commencement mntolning 20 acrea more or |e"��
">aled April 10, 1911. PHIRDKICH W. ROIILIj11
ub. April 22. Frod Hampton, Agent
b   Law-Butler Co.
B       Ileal Estate and Insurance
�� Third Ave.
LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL' f 11
mm*    __
B
B
B
B I ***m*m Und Dlatrlct-Dtotrlct of Quoon rhorlottJ
B Toko notice that Hubert O. Crow of M��"
1 Huiiert, 11. C, occupation ogont, Intondi to appil
Inr permlialon lo purchaae the following doacrilfi
landa: ���
Commencing al n poat planted obout �� *J
"'t",".*! and half o mile Bouth of tho mou It ��"
Slant.y Creek where It emptloo Into Nail"1'
HVbor, Oroham laland, thenco oaat 40 char ,
nonce nnrth 40 chalna, thence weot 40 '<"*"*_
enco aouth 40 chalna lo point of eommoncomeni
nd conuining 160 acroa more or leaa. rtaw���*
Dalod Mwch 17, 1011. HUBERT O. C RMV
Pub. April 7. Numo Domon, Agoni

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