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 THE  WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending 6   a. m.,
Mnv 10.
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The Daily News
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
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,11,   NO. 104
Prince Rupert, B.C., Wednesday, May 10. 1911.
Price Five Cents
RECTOi DAY TOMORROW
FISHING BOAT "FISH MAID"
TURNS TURTLE IN STORM
Capsized Last Night in Deep Water Four Miles from Dundas
Island---Capt. Chris. Johnson and His Crew of Five Men
Were Saved by the Fishtug "Muirneag" of Claxton---Were
Clinging to the Keel When Rescued by Capt. Macdonald.
While fishing off the hanks four
miles ..ui from Dundaa Island
lasl nighl the gasoline fiahingboat
Hd Maid turned turtle, throwing
her crew into thc water. After
Hi exciting rime, during whieh the
unfortunate men only saved tiiem-
deves hy clinging onto keel nf the
upturned boat, the crew were
s i.-i i,\ the gasoline fish-tun
Muirneag 6f Claxton whieh was
i by.   The men, suffer-
nm exhaustion and exposure
tn ilie icy sms, were cared for
brought   into  the  |*��rt   this
uon.
Had Heavy Cargo
lhe Fish Maid was a boat of
aboul fort)  feet in length, long
Jim  of  build���not  a  very
natd i.'.tl  in  bail  weather.    She
harbor,   whieh   she   often   visited
with cargoes of lish. At the time
of the disaster she had a cargo of
seven thousand pounds of lish
in her holds, and was on her way
home from the hanks. The weather was threatening, and tlie sea
heavy. Captain Chris Johnson
then had his boat a mile or so
ahead oi ihe Muirneag, which
was t.i follow her on her way
home before the Storm broke.
Squall Struck Her
Captain Donald Mattlouald of
the Muirneag was watching her,
when hc saw a aquall strike her
broadside, and the little craft
with her cargo lay tlown among
the seas and disappeared from
sight.   Leaving his nets he made
all  haste to  the scene, and  there
liiJ^KllSELAS MEN START A
Northwestern League
Spokane (i, Victoria '.i.
Tacoma I, Seattle 0,
Vancouver and Portland; rain
National League
New York 5, Chicago 3.
Pittsburgh; Philadelphia I.
Cincinnati (i, Boston 3.
St. Louis 2, Brooklyn 0.
American League
Detroit, 10, New York (I.
!1 known in Prince RupertIdiscovered Captain Chris Johnson,
TINY GASOLINE LAUNCH
MAKES VERY LONG TRIPS
Engineer Charlie Landry and four
other men from tlie Fish Maid
struggling in the waves. At great
risk to his own boat lie brought
her alongside the wreck and got
the men off. The vessel he had
to leave, for in tlie height of the
storm that broke it was dangerous
to stay there.
The Vessel
The Fish Maid v. as a two masted park
ketch built in Vancouver. She
came to Rupert a year ago, as
the property of McKay and Butterfield, owners of a line of fishing
boats, whose names all end in
"Maid." She was al the wharf
in Prince Rupert only the day
before yesterday, before leaving
for the halibut banks.
A Narrow Escape
The rescued men are all grateful
for their rescue. They had no
time to prepare for the disaster
it came so suddenly. Their vessel
bed two tlories but they had been'
battened tlown to the decks in I
preparation for the bad weather.
When the Fish Maid turned turtle
the   crew   onlv   saved   themselves
Boston 5, Cleveland I.
BIGGER  NATIONAL PARK
LIBERAL ASSOCIATION
Satisfied That Reciprocity is a Good Thing, and as a Protest to
the Provincial Government's Treatment of the Settler They
Organize for Action---Had Some Kind Words to Say About
The Daily News for Espousing the Cause of the Settler
Bill Introduced by Hon. Frank
Oliver
Ottawa, May 1(1. I'nder a bill
introduced by the Hon. Frank
Oliver thc areas of the national
md reserves on the eastern
slope of the Rockies are to be
increased to 16,760,640 acres.
TORONTO BISHOP DEAD
Archbishop McEvoy Died Early
This Morning
(Canadian Press Dispatch)
Toronto, May 10.���Archbishop
McEvoy of the Roman Catholic
church died at 12.1") this morning.
(Special Correspondence)
Kitselas, May L���An organisation to be known as the Kitselas
Liberal Association was formed
here last night at a meeting of
settlers and business men. There
was a large attendance, and before
the evening was over there were
thirty-one fully paid up members
enrolled.     Much  earnestness antl
enthusiasm was evinced, and the
association   expects   to   liecome  a
strong force in the district.
List of Officers
The following officers were elected:
Hon. Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Hon.
President.
Mr.   R.   C.   Macdonald,   Vice
President.
Mr. J. I). Wells, Secretary and
Treasurer,
Mr. Frank R. Angers. Mr. W.
Mam E. Cannon, Mr. L. II. Kenny;
Organizer Fxccutive.
Favor   Reciprocity
Speeches were delivered by several of those present in appreciation of Sir Wilfritl Lauder's work
for the country, and of the benefit- to be derived throughout the
entire Dominion by thc passage
of the reciprocity bill.
THE   DYNAMITE   TRIAL
A. F
Denounced Land Policy
Emphatic protests were made
igainst the administration of the
Hon. William Templeman, Hon.Inatural resources of British Col-
Vice President | uinbia under thc Conservative re-1 fulness   for    the
Mr. J. F. McFwcn, President.     Iginic,   more   especially   in   lands, I Kitselas district.
timber, petroleum and coal. A
number of settlers who bad hitherto been Conservatives, joined the
association, and voiced their protest against the bitter partiality
and discrimination that had been
used to coerce voters.
Words of Praise
The secretary was instructed
to express the thanks ol the
association to the Prince Rupert
Daily News for its help in voicing
the feeling of the settlers, for its
fight to have the public lands
administered in the interest of
the bona fide settler, and to
secure fair government.
The meeting closed with the
singing of "God Save the King,"
|and with a feeling of great hope-
future    of    the
> bv crawling out of the windows
J. W. Strombeck Starts This Morning on   Prospecting 0, llu,ir ,HW| M shl. |ay floadngon
Trip After Having Navigated These Coasts from
Cape Mudge to Stewart in an 18 ft. Open
Boat With a 1 1-2 h. p. Motor
this morning J. W. Strom-
I his brother Charles (i.
��� 1> left  Prince Rupert for
\  ���  \un mi a prospecting tour.
The) are travelling in one of thc
niaa-t   interesting   gasoline   boats
' ever  visited  Prince  Rupert.
I mi    i-   an   eighteen    foot
\mlj   Linton" .") ft. S lu. beam.
mhlc ended, and  fitted with a
1 -'   II.   P.   Palmer   gasoline
In it J. W. Strombcrg
journeyed from Prince Ruperl
��� ���      il "II River only about 100
i    Vancouver, to within
' !�������� miles of Stewart, and all
i '].i se coasts.
Snugly  Equipped
1 se, he has devised  n
-   lighl   curved   covering   of
����� strips arched, and thin plank-
'umnd.    Within, the
i- must compactly fitted.  All
���������ri - .ire snugged away
lockers and racks along
"i the boat.   At bow and
there i-- room for any amount
Die boat carries gasoline
�� B 000 mile run.   Under
tor's licence Mr. Strom*
entitled lo shoo) for food
-"i - and thus he need
irry  a   great   store  of   pro-
but ihe boat is provisioned
ordinary needs.
Can Face Rough Weather
who  know   these  waters
pretty well, realise that Mr. Strom-
bock must have a wonderful knowledge of the tides and coast
conditions to enable him to run
bis tiny craft so successfully. The
boat is a line little sea-boat, and
has   faced    very   severe   weather
safely in the course of her journey-
ings. Her "skipper" carries charts
ami all the equipment needed for
navigation. Ile sleeps aboard his
boat, running her into the sheltered
nooks be knows of better than
most people along the coast. Wilh
bis little stove going, anil his
craft dry a- a bone inside, he tan
defy the worst weather. Should
bis gasoline give out, he can make
sail and get along almost as
merrily  in   a   breeze as  he  could
under engine-power. An ingenious
sliding mast is titled lo the boat,
antl she carries the usual sprit
siil Common on these coasts.
Mr. Strombeck anil his brother
are lo make a cruise extending to
several months in the Alice Arm
neighborhood, In their calling as
prospectors they have located several likely properties. The brothers
came originally from Finland, and
finding the life of the cities a poor
investment as regards health, J. \\ .
Stfombeck gave it up, and look
to bis boating life, lie has never
had cause to regret it.
her side.
By wirclass at '.i p.m.
Sir. Humboldt sight id capsized
Fishmaid 10.33 last nighl, a mile
from Tree Point and righted her.
Sea too heavy to low, let her drift.
Message from Baiighman,  master.
American Steamers Due
This afternoon the S. S. City of
Seattle will call here on her way
L. Has Called on Unions i south,   and   will   carry   mail   for
'""r *^"' Vancouver   and   southern   ports.
The S. S. State of California is
due here from the south on Friday.
The CamOSUn as Usual ihis week
on Friday.
(Canadian Press Dispatch)
Washington, May 10.   The Am
M
TO MANAGE FISH PLANT
r. Job Rideout Goes to Queen
Charlotte Co.
ic announcement is math- by
'.'"""" Charlotte Cold Storage
''""���*'  tnd   Fishing Company,
"il'1   d��l   Mr. Job Rideout
"roi appointed superintendent
lidooui is a Newfoundlander,
(he actual operations of the company at Queen Charlotte will now
proceed without delay. Tbe buildings .ire erected, the boats secured,
the fishing banks selected and
now with a capable and trustworthy superintendent, everything
seems destined to proceed smoothly
and profitably.
'Iial  il  is
at   In
unnecessary   lo say
hull
knows   something   about
a|'l>oiniincnt   means   thai
Seven Dollar s Worth
John Larsen, a Swede, paid the
usual $5 and costs this morning
for having been drunk and dis
orderly last night.
erican Federation of Labor now
asks organized workmen everywhere to aitl ill the defence of
McNamara and has appealed to
all unions for ��500,000. It is
believed now that the trial of the
accused will not take place before
September.
The Busy Committee
This afternoon  there will  bc a
meeting of the Streets Committee,
the committee which claims credit
for being the busiest bunch of all.
WILL REPRESENT US AT THE CORONATION
Col.-Sergt. Geo. Leek of the Earl Grey's Rifles Will Leave  Prince  Rupert  in  the
Morning for London - Sketch of His Career -First Trip to His Old
Home in Twenty Years   A Popular Representative
j Dysentery and fever drove him
i OUt of there, so he went to Everett.
DID THE PASTOR LIE TO
GET THE COAL OPTION?
Particulars are Given of the Sensational Charge Which
Mr. Z. M. Hamilton is Bringing Against R.v.
Newell  Dwight  Hillis   Preacher Was
Trading in Coal Land Options
Charges Fraud
With eighteen years military
service behind him Color Sergeant
George Leek, of Earl drey's Rifles,
will   leave   on    the   S.   S.    Prince
Ruperi   on   Friday   morning   to
officially represent the regiment
antl the city at the coronation of
King George V. in London, England, On June 22.
No better type of a man will
statu) in that long various colored
uniformed line of soldiers of all
nations that will stretch from
the gates of Buckingham Palace
up and along the broad avenues
and streets to ancient Westminster
Abbey that has stood since the
fourteenth century on the banks
of tht; Thames and now in the
shadow of the British Houses of
Parliament, where the placing of
the crown on the head of His
Majesty,   by   the   Archbishop   of
Canterbury, will take place.
No one would think lo look at
Color Sergeant George Leek lhat
bc once was a dry goods' clerk.
It's true though. He started his
business behind the counter in an
English city and wielded the yardstick until he was 10 years of age.
Red blood COUraed through bis
veins, as it does through the
veins of all healthy boys���it's a
thousand per cent better than
blue blood- -anti he pined to wear
a red coal. In March 1800 be
joined the famous crack regiment
the Grenadier Guards and though
he was only in the regiment four
Vancouver, May 10.���Full par
titulars of the charge of fraud
against Rev. Newell Dwight Hillis,
in regartl to coal lands on the
Oueen Charlolle Islands, valued
at 120,000,000 were given out this
morning. The properties in tpics-
tion are 20,000 acres of coal
lantls known as the Robertson antl
Wilson tracts on (iraham Islaiul.
Says Pastor Came
Mi. '/.. M. Ilaimiltoii of Victoria,
Mr. Hamilton charges that these
representations of Rev. Dr. Hillis
were fraudulent, ami be is asking
the courts to revoke thc contract
of sale entered into, on the grounds
that it was obtained by misrepresentation. As the ultimate
purchasers, the Western Steel Corporation are said to purpose float-
ing bonds on the security of the
property, Mr. Hamilton and his
associates have secured a lis pell-
den-, lieing up tht- property until
their action is disposed of.
Has Had Trouble Before
This is the second suit  brought
Col.-Sergt. George Leek who leaves
in the morning to attend tho Coronation. While away Sergt. Leek
will contribute a dories of letters
exclusively for readers of Tho
Daily News.
character  and  with   a   sergeant's
rank.
Then be joined the Worcestershire constabulary and helped to
keep the peace in a portion of
the county  until   1898,  when  he
joined the Birmingham City Police.
In 1801 he found himself in
Rochester, New York. There he
fell back to his old business for
a lime as dry goods clerk. Ile
stayed with it for twelve months
and then transferred to El Paso,
the original owner of the properties, alleges thai Rev. Dr. Hillis
Washington. Alaska gets most fame to him siyiug that he was
of ihe sightseers antl roamers the representative of Mr. Leigh
some time or other, so in time ii s- J- llu1"' die noted capitalist,
gol George Leek. Ile was in a"d 'bat any contract made with j against Dr. Hillis in British Col-
business as a real estate artist  in  him had etpial  force as wilh  Mr.  uinbia   courts  as  a   result   of   his
Seward. Hunt, he being Mr Hunt's agent, transactions   in   Graham   Island
The sieht of Canada made him l'n ,'u' representation made Ham-1 coal lantls. F.irly lasl month
feel a longing for the old Hag. so!'1'"11 ���lll<l ���"���*""iates gave an option suit was filed in ihe Vancouver
Vancouver was his  next   home  on ,'lc l"'1' 'a,"'s valued at 120,- court in behalf of Mr.  Edward
There he put'in some time with (,,,,U,0,) '" R,;v- Hillis- who after-; Hodgson, an engineer, who asked
the Uth regiment which he joined. | war,ls ��,d ,liw" ," Mr' J' A. for 180,000 Stock in the Western
Three years ago he came to Prince. Mooro' f,,r ,lu; W,'s,,!r" S"'''1, *Wi* Corporation and $10,000 sal-
Rupert and joined the Provincial Corporation of Seattle, which valu-1 ary, alleging that Dr. li, ��.-,i
Police. When Earl Grey's Rifles " ""' coal lt\ad�� '" "s i"iM'"' '"
were Ininied here las. April, but j ^"'"OO.OtM); iu fad, the lantls art-
there, you know  the rest. "tated  M  tho chlof il>s,',;- ��f  th��
,. ,     _��� . ,. ,     ,     ... I corporation.
I olor Sergeant (ieorge Leek will        '	
join   the   members  of   the   0th [
regimen I  al   Vancouver and start    A    Qf* ARP    AX
him for ihis work in developing
the coal lantls and negotiating the
sale of the properly to the Western
Steel Corporation.
Texas,   where   he   bung   out   hi*-
years  he  left  with   an   excellent| shingle   as   a   real   estate  dealer,
across lhe continent wilh them
next Sunday. On the way across,
contingents of other regiments will
be picked up and the whole
Canadian body of soldiers antl
police that is going to the big
show will sail from Montreal at the
entl of this month.
The trip will not be all hone).
There will  be  sonic  still  drilling
to put in, but after the work is
|done, George and the other boys,
will be free to visit  their friends
before they return.    'This will lathe first  trip lo tbe old land for
(ieorge   Leek   since   be   came   to
ihis  side  of   the   globe 'in   1801.
lie will, of course, visit the "old
folks'' who are looking forward to
seeing their son again.
ter.   Four boys have confessed lo
being   gliilly    lo   an    attempt    lo
emulate   the   perpetrators   of   the
I.os Angeles Times outrage.   Only
i through   the   fuse  becoming   dis-
Schoolboys   Plan   to   Blow   upj connected, was an explosion and
School with Dynamite        j wreck of the building averted.
VANCOUVER
PLAN WAS DISCOVERED
RUNNING FIGHT
Four Pupils  of South Vr-.cou-i Diamond   Robbers  Hunted  In
ver School Confess They Had Utah
Tried to Emulate the Perpetrators of the Times Outrage. (Canadian Press Dispatch)
Salt Lake Cily, May 10.���One
(Canadian Press Dispatch)      I man was killed ami two wounded
Vancouver, May 10. Two sticks in a running battle between a
of dynamite antl fuses attached posse of police and citizens and
were discovered in tbe basement two nu-n who robbed a tlown
of the Smith Vancouver school town pawnshop of diamonds valued
this morning by an assistant mas- at $000,
--���'-'- THE    D AI L V    NEWS
The Daily News
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
Publuhed by the Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
DAILY AND WEEKLY
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PHENIX THEATRE
TO-NIGHT
Complete   Change of Programme
Laltsi Pictures   ���   Btst Music
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Adults 15c
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DAILY NEWS
IS IN JAPAN
The Paper You are Readin? Tonight Goes to Tokio
FAR-REACHING POWER
Sent East and Westward the
Daily News is Now on the
Verge of Linkine Hands Right
Round the World.
with the law, th . the accused ii nocent
roven guilt i   wuy '>t the
ral public; th    lefi   lar, not the and
ut ol           .al character.    It a- It  arara,  a
idtnci
DAILY Edition.
PT*
Wednesday. May V>
A LESSON IN TOLERANCE FROM ENGLAND
New
Knox
Hotel
On the coming t-
md   the Orient g
   Rupert bases high
prosperity, and not
as all the world k
Buv
a  most   agnificac $70U An
certain dawn of thi* great
���: ide for Rupert is
interest taken in oui
tnese thcm��el\es and    :   ������ ���
- | ��� in men of busii    -
A   number   of    '.-.;���-     ���    -
- ril ers in  the ci
coonfl : "'r"" of Fruit '
OJZUU   .   I Vegetable land at Kit- j
���        from Railway.   Fine j
:���-:. 1
conn  Partner wanted to Pniit boa- '���
${.[)[)     ...      Third Ave. j
C1C7C  Buyi "5 1-8 acres of Fruit j
plO/0   land   at   Kitselas.      Half j ^
tbe Railway.
Rooming House on 3rd j
Nine furnished room?
A - 18] .
OUR SODA
.FOUNTAIN.
IS OPEN
FOR '11
i
- am
"Fixinn
with  all  the
j c.  H. ORME j
i ���  ill)  we think of ol     ��� - ' i'i:.   Jong the pal
pri greas   burdeni - ���   inder the ��� ���
'i ���     . thinl        is free fi
th<       ���   I  ������ hild is father to thi
.  ���
' .-������ ;��� Britaii  whii h of discovered i
.. ts that doctrine. She i
mor. er     ildri        . financier la Ic was
expl lining that 1 the Ll<
of the Brii g a lot of it 1 I     imbia
for ��� .��� ���       '���.
Before the British Hi the Sho|
Bill get little not
abroad, but which i tolerance to the lawm ikers
in thc I i's- S tyi
of the Lord's Day A egisla
our hats to the i ��� thc Shoj    Bil       I   ill
througl   to a Gi     I I e British !!���
In our ��� v- n Di keeper ha is bcii ��
��� for --iii: .   . - :
������������'������     previous ni(
ci day ��� ������
-. the I .-.*. ���!:. I gi
1'  :. 'ii" Sabl
was convicted al Toronto    I- I dealers for ��
ii e i re im, unless it is pari icccn nn
appetii  i- -ii.. and an ic��*-cr< potati es
appetite is lawful     Even ���'��� ������ ; irehav  ��� ��� a magazine to read o
Sui da ��� ������ Lord's I ������ -.;. Alliai ��� e hires
etectives -       - l evidence and establish
To !��� stamp is a crimi ��� .
- '
ili-i ided ;���.��� an appeal i ouri in Ontario
in thc pliarmacopacia ii folli di ..   B I to keq
the ti ee irom the tain) ol t rimi   thi      itomei
his Florfina *'T '���.-.- Panatella from a druj ��� . .-
dealer.
In thi  - B Britisl   Housi  proposes to throw over the
Ai t of l harles II, under which
iia km ��� parts of thc country, a ���
on   Sundi ��� ��� periodicals,   medicine,   milk,
refrcshmci ... es.   Thc _\\  \    ... \..
|<.: lativc propi    Is on the bn ���    ���
arisen ii   the   count;    thai        ��� omii   and industrial
interests, and arc neci to the social happiness and cducati<
large i the pc< pic.
I" rcpl) to a largi I ��� inisters who waited upon him
to urge thc prohibit -  ��da> papers, the Home Secretary, Mr.
<" 1111 r- i. i:: frank.     I would sooner leave Parliamcm
do sui ii a thinj       ���     id.
B;    ���-��� ovii     intolerant i ith   the necessities
pleasures ol ix-aceable citizci ircfer to spend Un-ir Sundays
as thej like, and        as ith diffcreni ideas would
like, thc Briti I Gi ernment *ill hest achieve it- end, which i- i"
limil .a- far as possible -ill Sundaj trailing that is nol i ��� ������ essary to the
happii' ��� e of thi I ireai Britain,
NOTES  DUE
When Mr. D'Arcj Tate lefl I'rin e Ruperl with the assessment
agreement in hi   pocket lie wl ihe t-ity thai a reply would bc
forthcominii by April 15th.   V..; ��� i th has passed since that date,
1      panics have a reputation to
I   BESNER, IPboprietobs
l.-ington  read  tl.    .' ��� ul}
'���'������������' -Ml �� ...
... i-mce. ao tbt utMt %*.������������   .      forward   it   ���
'  land.   The paper!
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE KITERT
ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
ELECTRIC WIRING
IN BOTH PRIVATE AND BOSH
Work r*rf' rmed
A first class job is guaranti
ever}- instance.
A larife stock of Chandeliers *,:. :
Fiuir.irs can
H. W. Blakely - Electrican
Third Ave.
Near Sixth
Coast to Coast
OCEAN TO OCEAN
Tickets   To   All   Points
ROGERS' Steamship and
Railway Agency
Second Ave.        Phone 11*5
known in the cities
are looking alread)
Rupert, and from I
lay, '..ime in a -i.
. | rominent Englis     inking
to which the Dail -   ��� '
being regularly foi
Y**r some rime the I
in it- old form a-
has been reaching ill     e prii
u  ��� ountrie-
il the friendly i     spaper which
you o| en ever) ��� i Iy <i
little to go in its
West,   t'i join  hai Is with  i ���
j  ���   rom d   the   world.     Thu-
���'.'��� daily doings     it tell       the
ever ii i reasing vi ilitj  ol  Pi
l< | eri are sent in their ati
11.-.:!;.���  News  dres;   I -    gh   con-
ai d  over     eai   im
- : usii ess ' ei res to  ii�� il ei
keep ������:. the j world's
-��� in our ' ir
"ASK UaNCLE JERRY"
O 9 C fi  ���' ������'' ''"���''���' ar,t* House on *���*'
jCOv    :.aln street at Kitselas.
CCfifi   ^u-vs   furniture  and  Lease
oDUU  for two yeara of Ter. Room
Toilet and bath.
Caah- First payment on $4,-
200 Rooming House. 25x 100,
y  and  basement.     Balance pay
0 monthly.
C 7 9 C "u-'s Furn'turt aflff ������ '���- yeai
O I CD   ..;,...  of  Rooming Housa-ir
-   tion 1.   Rent $45 per month.
The Pioneer Drulgill
PHONE   :   ;   ;
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S.S.
INLANDER
LAND  PURCHASE NO'
.Sk^n* Lar.d Dtotriet^Dtat
Takr tttMm lhat I. Mr��. John I
Kup��rt. B.C., occupation marrv
I ��� ipply for permiiiion to purehui
dMeribM tandi:
t" ���M.rnfncinit at a MVt pUnUd   i
u IIS I'hainn f��uth frnm thf n   ith
lot 17.W, CtmVtt Uutrict. Rann ' U ��� ���
chaina.  thenc*1 east +1 chain*   tr.-
chains, thence WMt **' ehalni m n
;   :��� *   uf   commencement,   ootttali
toon or leiB.
MKS. JOHN   Lottk   i
Data Mar. Mi WU
i'ub. Apr. 4. l'Jll
$kt*.T\i Land Di��riet���DUtriet ol *
Take notice that Mary Il*'ll U-r.,
ver, U. C occupation iplattafi la
(ur permiuion to purehaae the foil..*,
landi:
Commencing  at  a  poit  planted  kr   ���
eait corner of Lol 'ibsQ, thence il
north to Lot ITS8. ihence so thaloa <m
39��2, thence about 30 chains ftoutfa I
thence -iii chaini eait, thenee '!���> el I
Lot 6s'J. thence 20 c.naini eait, the
r.orth, thenoe 20 chaini east  to poinl
mencement; curtaining 2-0 acr��M n ���
Post ma^ke"! II. H li., S.K. Corner
Dated Keb.U. MIL      MAKV BELL I
ub March 4
skeena Land .UUtrici��� Dwtrict o( Qu ���
Uaadi
Take notice that Geo. H. Laux nf 1-.
B. C., occ-jpation  barber,  ir.i. r b
tiermwion   to   purchase   th��.-   foltowii |
[and*;
(.'ommencing  at   a  post   plant.-!   al
milw ��^*t and one mile south (rorr ��� ���.
of Stanly   Creek. Naden Hart>or, tfaofl
chains, thence west 40 chains, tbmo
chains, thence east 40 chains.
Dated March IT. 1911. GEO. II. LAI X
Pub. April 22. N'uma I ������
...FOR...
HAZELTON
Saturday, May  13
thefaet lieht-draught steam-
. t 1: Iai der for Hazelton,
"ASK UNCLE JERRY"
$1900
H. B. Rochester   -    Agent
ash buys  2  story I.
_r House at Kitaelaa, i"
:���: T������.    A ""mrr.a-jates i*.' pa-ople.
& r A  Per Acre.   15o 1-4 acrea, with
$ *) "  buildings included at Brecken-
ridge Landing, (mile 85.)
Per Acre.     422  acrea in  the
famous Lakelse Va
Per Acre.    Just   ;i litl
farm of .�����) acres.     House ar.d
farm buildings included  in  acre | I
l-l miU- fron. railway.
$18
$50
"ASK UNCLE JERRY"
$17,500
MAY ALTER"    $600��
EARL GREYS $5500
New Color of Uniform  Supersedes Khaki
GERMANY S NEW SHADE
������������.���":������
Five year- leue. I    -
>?.r ���. balance li one an I two ;.'-ur��.
$o  r A A   Buy�� ���" r-.t.rr. House in
L J U "   ..    on ...   Eaa; tcrrr..-
iient can be arranged.
Buys li'iulal^ Apartment
H .- -��� '.i'an <*. Terms
Ei I.
Buya Nine Room House
with basement, li"t nr.d
and  modi ���   ..nces.
���:.��������� '-    --   ..   p   ..
I: ij - elegant eight room
Bungalow: four fire-places
'���aa- venienci -.
five  room   House on
W ANTED
A local representative ia wanted
f..r a territory tributary to Prince
P.upert to sell the hardy non-irrigated nursery stock grown by the
i ir-i.'":. Nur-.-ry Company. Oren-
co. Oregon. Liberal terms. Party
must  come   well   recommended.
Oregon Nursery Company
Orenco Oregon
i i��mjWVWAWW^^^AW+
Skeena Land District��� Diftr-'t ��� ���' ���'..
Take notice that I. J   H.  MA.
Rupert, occupation miner,  Intmai  to
permission tu purchase the following
lands:
Commencinu at a post plant"! ut th.  -
corner of lot 224^. thence mat *
. south *j chain*, thence west ���*������ chai!
Mrth I chains to point of ootnmen
taininir S' acre* more or less.
Date Feb. IS. IMI J. H. MA   GHl |
Pub. Feb. ^. li��ll. Andrew KtftM      Ai ai
Skeena Land Distriet-Diitrict ol I
Take notice that I Bolcur?. MI1 -
Rupert. B.C.. occupation laborer.  :���
uly for permission to purchase IM -
scribed lands:
I      -r-.encin��r at a pott ptante^l UlTM
half miles in an easterly directi-ir. f:  i
������n Naas River where the Lava I-ir-   ���   .
and one mile in a northerly direel   ���
said Lava Ijike trail,  thonco BOftl    ���
thence weit  10 chains,  thenct-  ���*   .���
thence east chains to point of eon
.���..nuininc^" acrea.
DatoFfcbhl.MIL BOL<<<M McDONALD
Pub. Mar. 10, Joseph Balwmy.Artal
$5180
Windsor Hotel
nRIT AVENUE ,\T KK.HTll .-TKKET
Newly Furnished and
Steam Heated Room.
A FIK.-T   CLAM KAK   AM)   DINING
BOOM IN CONNKCnON
RATES GO CENTS AMI UP
HATII.U   FEES  TO   QUESTS
KOBT. ASHLAND
CO. BOX 37
Slate Blue with a Little Green
in It is Llikey to be the New
Military      Invisible    Hue
Successful  Experiment  With
It.
$300;;
"ASK UNCLE JERRY"
Tu    B'.x Hall AIV>��.   B tm** W*
���.���^r. rhair,. card ubla-.. < ia
.���'������.a. ,. u,',.: Apply
H. E. ROSS. EnWNM II ��������� Pool ll^m
Thipl Ava-nue - Prince Ruprrt
LAND PURCHASE NOTICK
Skwna Land Di��trict-Di��trict
Take naatia-e thot I. William An-l.---
ca-uver.  B.C.. occupatiun claraa. Inta
faar permitaion lo purchaM the foil
eal land.:
Commencinir at a po��t plaiat.-! :.���
A. northwest corner, and al-iJl 1 naa ���
analer   Hu.-han    n��arthern U''inil:a-
aaauth -a' a-hain,. thence ea.t 10 i
r.a.rth H chain,, thsnee wa^t ** char ���  '
commencement, aianummar'-l   .1    ��� -
WIM.IAM ASl'H.-���'.
Dated 1ft Feb. 1911 Charle. B. Star!,. A
l>ub. Feb. 2S.
Skeena Land LHatnct ��� l>i��lric. "( Qui
Take notin that Frank I.������ .r��.
Oot.,  oeeupatlon  hookkea-j- ���
for r*rmu��ion to purchase the foUoainc im
land.'
t'ommrndnff  at   a   poat   planta-1   .
mila* aaent and two mile, .u'.ih A '
Stanley  I ra-ek   ��ha'r��  it  emptie,
Harlaor. tiraham Mand, th.-.<-   ���    c
:t.,T.c.j  -u chain* ea#t, thenee M d .
thenee so ehain. ��i��t to point ol c
and eontanir.n *Al* acre* morv or !'���**
liated Mareh IT. 1*11. FRANK 1.1
Pub. April 7. Nun.a
Skeena Land Dutrict-Dlitrict ol I
Take na.tlce that  I. Peter U.
B.C.. occupaliun team,ler, Irat.-r,.!-
permU.lon to purchaM the followllll   :��� ��� '  -
land.:
Caammencintf at a po.1 plante.1 ai
ll - S W. c.arner and immediat.'-y ad
marked J.M. , S.E. c, rner tod A i
ner. thence north l��i chain,, thenca ���
th'-n.-e south *'chains, therce a..-' ;
point of eaammencemeni. eontainii.
more or less. 1'ErhK 1.1
Date.11st Feb. 1*11 Charles H. Allen. An
Pub. Feb. 2i.
ka-cna Und DUtrict���Distriet ol Coast IU
Take notiee thai  Charltaa  P. OUOI
Kupert,   u.   *_   occupation  real  eaute  broker.   *_________T____* ������       r
e07Art    Uu. - 1 roOltl House in sec-   intends to apply (or permission to purchase the uesCTira*" isn.la.
'V//IIII           '   .          ,,    ,                                   lolluminir ii,^mlae,l landa- Commencing at a pa��t pla
$LI*J\I   ,.���..:,.       Modem   conven-   mS��3_\��E2 _? ftmt  planted  about   .even corner ol surveyed lot aOHl.
iy April 15th.   Ni
Ihu  ii'i rcpl)   haa Iwen  n
maintain for breaking promisi
I ..��� '   ear thc private owners of lui-
in Prince Kuj��. rl had i" pa>
taxes tm W,7W),822.5(J This year they will have to pay taxes on
17,820,830 I h.ii i- u lil.i'i.il margin lur improvements, li is an
increase ol a fra< tion over i;��; |ier i enl on lasl year's assessed valui
ics.
Thc news thai the Dominion fiovcrnmcnl will carry
���mt improvements al Naden Harbor, further improvements to the Government
wharf al Stewart, and build a $75,000 fisheries cruiser for Lhe Pacil
coasl is good news. Money invested by thc fiovcrnmcnl on th
coa i is as sure ol gootl returns as is the money of the private investor
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English ami American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND Ave.
..Grand Hotel..
WORKWOMAN'S HOME
SprinK Beds, clean White .Sheets  25c
Rooms 50c
BEST  IN   TOWN   FOR   THE   MONEY
J. GOODMAN, Proprietor
' iermany ha- set  the
for a 1 ���:'.'.  arm>  servii ������ uniform.
Kh.iaki h ;- h id its innings. It w ts
������nl by the British arm) ��� nd
spread to prai ti i Hy all thc armies
ic world, Then it was discovered thai although tin; khaki
color was very suitable as ������. servii ������
dress tor soldiers in the dust)
plains of Africa and India, it \\a-
hardly efficient against the green
summer backgrounds and grey-
white winter coloring of .t European terrain,
A German officer wandering on
the Indian frontier had lii> at-
tention drawn to the peculiar
slate-colored body cloths affei ted
by Vaghistan Afridis, He was
told thai thc reason tlii^ color
u.i- -'. generally worn was thai
it disappeared rapidly on a rock-
iences including bath.
$3000 :
tion
Ave
$1000
fr o C   Per  mon
��P m 0   L|v|ng |{,
keena Land Distriet���District o( Queen Charlotte
Take notice th.t i;��ri^W. Arnotl ol Prince *_\*g*\J-��i    ��'"l'*"n"  !
Ruport,   B.   I'.,   occupation   real   e��Ute   broker. ****_ If. Ht"*^M  ** pu��>>��-
.   nted at tl	
ommencinj at   a  post  planteal   about   .even "J���" ?' ���TH���?."1*'S; "t���.      '
nulea and une-hall,milaa ��l��t and one mile soulh lr:��'  ,,hwl1f"\,n a   .. .^-, ,J   ���:'������
Irom the mouth ol Stanly   Creek, Naden Harbor, ��>utherlylIntit o  surae>e.Hot      ���.
room House in sec-   thence w��   ,0 chains, thence  souih   ��0  chain,. '^.ZlT^e ellX   M oK��,V.-..
,,    ,                               thence eaat 10 chains, thence nonh -aj chains. parallel to tne easia?ri> nania aaa sua>
Modern   conven-   Dated March 17. 1S1I.          QEO. W, ARNOTT *tiir~_ul w chains. more or ley I
Pub. April 2*.                         Numa Demera Auent I���'1"' * "mb*'r }m'\ ' ^�� ���'-'. .'.
40 chains more or leaas to a point In th.- ,.
,     . , .    .         ���         . southerly ol the easterly limi  "( ���
hl-iena Land District���Dwtrict ol i oast lunge S :^,|   thence in a northerly dir.v
Take notice thai Angus lleaton ol I'rince Kupert. projection ol ihe uid limit  arl   .
n. C, oceupation miner, intend, to apply lor per- (jtnlt 60 chains more or li-w to poll" "' "'r "'"
mjasion to purchaae the follova-ing descrilied lanals: ment  eontainlnu 210 acts* mora- it
Commencinu at a  post  planted  at  the .outh Dated March .��, 1911.        I'HAKI.K- I
east corner o(,Lot :li*''7. thence 40 chains aa-eat, j^t, March'Jj.
thence 40 chaina south, thence ahout 60 Chains
east to LaMsa- Lake, thence meandering .aid lake Coast Kange & Land Disirict
shore in an northerly direction to point ol com- Take   notice  thai   1,  John   Bopfa 111
mencement;   containing 170 acres, more or less, sumkalum,  occupation  lanwr.   InUnd   I
,                          _    ,         !'���� ���_"**"* A.B..S. K. Corner.             lor permiwlon to purchase the lolloang I.--
I'er month.    We areofferini?   DiM Kb. 14,11a              ANQOS BEATON landVi
f ....... ��� r,���. a.,.. .. a. .    Puh' M,rch '' Commencing at a post planteal at th. nor:''
hr rent a fine .Store on Sec- TOrni.r ���, QtWSS, thence ea-t ii" c
i'   ''ij X  I"                                                  Skeena Liand District-District olCauasl. saauth  40 ehains,  thenee asest  10 chai.s. "<
Take notice that I. John Miller, of Vancouver. ,110"h,4s,ch"|.',!J0,tf,,,ro "' """"".'""'".T'el
Buys   line   Storehouse   on   B.C  "acupation butcher, intenda to apply f��ar Dated March 1M9I1.
permissiam to purchase the followintr described u   "P"1 ****
lands:
Huys  two  story House, 7
i ms, in section one.
Per month will rent a on-foot
store on Second Avenue.
$2625
$50
"ASK UNCLE JERRY"
$100
JOHN     Uiii
Third Avenue.
_,,_.���    ssineo   ��� Commencing nt a paaaat plantisl about 1 chain   Skeena Land Dlslrict-
from tidewater at the hanad of Luscomlie llay. nnd       Take notice thai Alctsn.ler lleaton
-District of Coa*:
< Ifflc
% Koom on t'Ulton St. marKa-l J..M. s.N.K. corner, thenceaaest Nicliains.    ver, 11. C, occupaUon Carpenter, int.
Ulltico saaulh -aa chains, tha-nce east ni chains,   lor permission to purchase the lollowing
'. f'ar Kent in the Banking I)istrict    thenc naarlh Nichains.  topofot of   commenca-.   lands:
nia-nt. ci.ntaininir ��>4.l acres na'are aar less. Commencing at a poat planted SO cha"
JOilS MILI.KH. Irom tht south scat corner ol Lot 3"
Dateal l.t Feb., 1911 Charles II. Stark, Airent   marked A. B��� S. W. Corner, thenc    '
Pub. Keb. 25 MUth, thence SO chaina eaat,  thence   N
north, thenee SO chain, wnt to print
"ASK UNCLE JERRY"
TI I I" It V    - * *       A* \
lll'.l.h is an increasinK demand  for  guwn charlotte ,,,,���,,, Um| uistrict-Diatrici ol  rn���r.^?��?#.n'nf'i^To,Tu '
dwelling houses and apartments.     _, *_*** ])'_M.\_��i*i* ****���    ALE\ANDbii hi a-
... , , . Take notice that I, John McLeoal ol Vancouver.   'ub' XUrrh '���
for rent to be vacant at any time in the
near future should list them with us at
once as we have many demands by mail
from parties who desire to secure quart-
bound   hillside,  even   in   a  blazing   ers hy the time they arrive here.
Min, and became invisible al a few
Anyone having houses and   apartments | occupation broker,' inlend to apply lor permisaion
to proMNOt fair coal and lietroleum on the following .^eena Lanal District-District of Cai
descrilied lands: Take notice that 1 Arthur James W.'a-I.
; Lot 13, BL 11, Sec. 5
only one left at
Bui there is one thing the Dominion Govcrnmcnl mighl have done
|,ri""- Rupert, ii mighl have voted 860,000 to build us a wharf.
' iovcrntnenl were to build i
for
Wc need it,   un ci ough, II thc Dotninio
"���  l '"'"1   "'' tontial   teel nnd concrete wharf, il would probably
''l"' ""' """1 ,l,,: "lll"r r,"vcr .-in wharl is read)    the one tli.it was I w�� hav�� **>���*��� the 8 adjoining loU with
started two years ago, and ol which the firsl pile is nol ycl driven, '",k'lust wt'',k' l" 1,,cal tiuy*���
$1000
feel liistant in the night, and that
h was used by the Afridis as an
artificial protection in th��-ir blood
feuds by day and thieving expeditions liy night, He returned
to Berlin with a report that set
the army clothing experts thinking,
As a result of exhaustive tests
the German general staff hit upon
a   blue-green-grey   mixture   that
I AM daily asked my opinion as to the
* permanent values of real estate in
Prince Rupert for investment. To all
such enquiries I honestly state that any
I'rince Rupert properties, at oresent
valuations, are a good investment.
but I advise my clients who are desirous of taking advantage of "snaps" to
invest only where offerings are made at
much helow present market quotations.
WE are able to pick up for our clients
who have ready cash   for  investments goo.l properties at from 20 to <io
per cent, helow the market hy  careful
blended wuh the summer green watching of fluctuations anil chances
and tlie blue-grey winter shadows by our stall'. If you have cash for in-
of European BCCIiery.    Trials have  vestment and are looking for real bar-
given entire satisfaction, so much galn8 cal1 ln and tallc il over'    ' can
i show you how to make quick profits.
The lirsi number
"11
���I   i new  miigur.ini
published In Scuttle, comes to hand
ol Alaska, thc Norlh, and Brill I, (
::;:;:'w:.:i:;i-::.1;::,;::;-;;;:;--;;-���:"'': ss.
I;;::,:;:.:;;:1::.,;:;" - "���SS.'S-A.
We  are  iiKents  fnr  the (ilil roliabli
I'i' 'i Magazim
���   It  IS Cramful ol  excellent  sl uric/'''""-'"'*'    I'iv'orpOOl   and    London   and
a,liiiiil,i, nasal ��. a.'    ' IIoIm'mid Hiit ish A mericii l''ire   Insiir-
Diumiiin .mil announces its policy ance Companies.
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
_    Second Ave.,
Read The Daily News
s" much nf life
ih
ads have a
sn  that  bodies of hussars when
wearing   the   new   uniform   were
mistaken for parties of led horse
France has now decided to adi
a similar color, and  the  Ministry
of War has selected a Unlit grey-
green for ihe kit that is to supersede the blue great coal and tho
red   trousers  thai   French  soldiers
have worn  in  victory and defeat
for half a century.   Two battalions
taking part in ihis year's French
revolves around I manoeuvres will be supplied with
"Jeremiah   H.  Kugler
Limited.
Prince Rupert, B.C
'
��' "I things" thot thostore
increasing intcrset.
uniforms made from the
tcrlal,
Commencinu at a post planted at the mouth ol couver. as-euiaation liraalaer, intemls t"
the TU'I Kiver and marked J.  McL. 8. B. t'orner. I��'rmi.aia,n i��� purchase the followinir-I"
No    1, thencc north  sn chains, thence west HO lanals:
chains,  thence south   *D  chains,  thence east  (all I''���anmenrinir nt a piasl planteal  three .a-
chains   to   point   ol    commencement1    containing half miles in an easti'rly direction fra'in I' ���
lilO acres, more or leas. on Naa" lllver where the Idivn  l.a!.'' (I
Dated Keh. 21, lilll.                      JOHN' Mcl.KOI) inencaa anar the trail, thenee ea.t a'larh;.
Pub. Keh. 23.                  ("laranci' McDowell, ARent Uttnet wutll ^' chains,   thence   avest   -
I thencaa na.ith *si chains to point of 0OOU ���
yueen Charlotte Islands Land District���District ol cantalninia 840 acres more ur less.
Skeena Dat* Fab. 8, ltll        ARTHUR JAMKS Wl
lake notice that I, John McUoil ol Vancouver, Pub. .Mar. 10                         Joseph Hclwnv   *'
occupation broker, Intend to apply lor permission
to prospect lor coal and petroleum on the following ���,                                                       r r.     .
descrilied land.: Skeena Land Di.trlct-Dlstrlct of <   ���'
CommencinK at a post planted aliout two miles Tnke   notice   that    I.  Alexanaler   Bed   '
south and  two milea west ol the mouth ol the Vancouver. II C    occupation butchot. int."
ll-el Ijivcr and markeal   J. Mc.L. N. B, CortW, apply for permission to purchase the bl
No, 4,, thence south 80 chains, thenc west 80 dttenbed lanals-
chains,  tlence  north   80  chains   tlience  east   Ml Commencinii' a post planteal and mark.a.1 \.\
chains to point ol commencement| containinu 0lo S.K. carna-r. and adjoininii posts mark.-i    v
acres,  moro or leas. N.K  corner ,,,.) P It '���  aa a.-    ,,..,,,..   thelia a   ���
Daied Kel, 22, ,91,. 'OI1N McLKOI .Jin.'." \_^*_\   ','a h'o'chain"   ihen.'.'. ���
I'ub. Feb. 24                    Clarence McDowell, Agent chain,, thence south 8" chains to point <*
_,,          ,      ,,���.,.,���.,.,,                            ; "lencement. containinu Ull acres more";  ��� >
Skeena Land District���District ol Queen Chariot!   ' ALKXANDKR Bt'CIIA"--
t,        .      ,u .   ,l8w""J'.      .       . ��� Dnteal 1st Feb., 1911         Charles 11. Allen. A
Take notico that J. 11. Murphy ol Vancouver Pub. Feb. 21
II.  C,  occupatiun  commercial  traveler,   InUndl
to apply lor porWIaion to purchase the lollowini! Skeena ljind District-I)l,lriet ol t'o.i
described lands:, Take nolice that  Freal  W. Itohlar ol Kr
Commencing  at   a  post   plantnl   about   seven kulum, occupation  larmer, intends to api
milea west and one mile south  Irom  the  mouth |��''mlsslon   to   purchase   tho   lollowing  **
ol Stanly (.reck, Nnden Harbor, thencaa north SO lands:
choins, thenco w���t   10 chains, thence south  su Commencing at a post  plantisl al  Unchains, thencc eaat 40 c    ina. ea.t corner nl     A   McLeod's pre-emption. '���
Dated March 17, 1911.                  J, g. MURPHY -�� ehains south, 'hence 10 chains east, th'��� ���
I uli. April 22.                        Numa Demera, Agent cl|alns north, then.*  10 chains wesl   to i ���*���
commencement containing 20 acres mon- "r ' j
Commencing  at  n  post  plonle.1  on  sl,,,...  ���a UT'. "' Sn '"���**"���*���"'"���*  miner,  Intenil   I" ���;
Ukelse Ijike about (10 chains north .';,.    r���,       ,1, ,Z "'""'""""' '" I""'*""* *��� '"H"*1"" *"
ol  uid   lake (Lakelae   Ilivcr-,   lli������,.��� 5' "' '.��� '*.'!'���                                    .                     ,.
north,   thence  about  f.O  chili,  ea"" u    ,X,\ _.,'"""���'"���"���"if ,��' ��� l��.st planteil near   he
l  a-     in wesl eorner ol |,ot Hi, Kange S, Coa-l    H'-
thence  MM   III  ehalns,   thencc  soulh  tt
Lake, thence meandering snbi lakesh'nri 'in *���**_*_\
erly direction to point ol coiiiinencaiii��a,i.   .~.' at
mining 80 acres, more or less,    pZ" ____l ,!*"''* *H" ***   I" chains, thenee north 60 chs.-
S. W   Corner maiaeai ti. _,. mini ol commencement. .,    .
Dato.! Feb. 14, toil. OBOROB I Fvii-ir .,*.le'l.M!'rSl5 ". 1����.      LIONKL KIM.>I ���*
Pub. March 4. ������UB LbV 1CK ' 1 ub. April 22.
Skoona Lanal Disirict District nl l'��� .a ^J.1"!" Uml tlistriet -District ol Oueen <'h,';,"';'',
Take notlcc that Mrs. I..  (���    a.,,,' '���'"", - ,,^<**i*'  nollra. lhat   Hubert   O.   < rew  ol   I
Paul,    Minnesota,   occupat I,,,,   morrleil   ��, _. Jl"l"'r|. " ��� C., occupalion agenl. Inlend. t" <"'
Intend, to apply lor Mmlalon to nusehi.   ,"i" ,     P��Sll"0S 10 purchase Ihe lollowing 11
lollowing ak'Bcrlbod land.: I"ucnase the lands: , ,
Commencing an pnst p|i,ni,���| ���, ...        . J omniencing  nl   n  post   planted   about
cornor ot Lot hlo. 17113 tniirkeal Mrs. |. (-    .,*,,"!	
northeaal  corner   al,nn���    I,.  .':   .- Iu '
aouth
mies we,| anal hall a mile soulh ot the HOW
aaai  corner, thence mal   io eiaiii',^ "i'i'."""   ?!**.''*'   '"���*������<   where   It   empties     Inl"   N
80 chalna   thence ,.������  In !___��� """',!   l[��bor. (Iraham  Island, thencc a-asl   40 IJ
north 80 chains to po,t ,,1 HimwM.nn.t5s?   ! "'nrP  n"r"'   '" <,,l"ln"'  ""���""'  ���''"   "' *
talnlng 320 acre, more or less. n"'nant, con    Ihence soul h 10 chain, to point nl commenn""
Datod March 20 1911
Pub, April 16.
MRS, L. C   i'UTMAM   ?,    ""I'lbilng 1110 a.-re.. more or less. ,.���,.,,
Oeo 111       ,i   ,M    ,1""''1 M��reh 17, IPII. HUHKHT O. (  "'"
0    "' ' utn��m  Agon     >ub. April 7. N,m. Demera, Agent THE DAILY NEWS
WE  HAVE   BUYERS   FOR   LOTS IN
STEWART
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Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers, Prince Rupert and Stewart, B. C.
Agent, for Stewart Land Company,   Limited
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(n'licral Merchandise
Largest Stock
Lowest Prices  in  Northern B. C.
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Thia is a little section of the paper, which from day to diiy will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladlea of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
Stunning Linen Gown
MUSSALLEM & COMPANY
 Good   Fresh   Groceries  at   City Prices	
LET US HAVE YOUR NEXT ORDER
WE HANDLE ONLY THE BEST.
WE   SAVE   YOU   MONEY.      TRY
l!S ANI) SEE  WHY.      -:      -:      -:
)     To   Rcaidenta of Section! 5, 6,   7 and   8���We deliver  promptly,
\     our tioodt are Inula, at pricea  not to be beaten in the city   :
.wur   228 nw MUSSALLEM & CO. ��_.����. ***** - ���**
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Our Mail  Order  Catalogue
This shippers' guide should be in every British Columbia home. It tells how we send Roods by rail and
Steamship, stage antl dog train tti every town and
Village antl every outlaying point of this groat western
laud. Through our mail system you obtain aubatantial
values,   while   our   pricea   are  decidedly   moderate.
HENRY BIRKS & SONS, Limited
Jewellers and Silversmiths
GEO. E. TROREY, Managing Director Vancouver, B.C.
Then this little toe gol a terrible
scare,
I'or he thought in tlie dark of a bin
grizzly boar,
And tliis little toe said:   "Nurse
must be rinlit
That goblins and witches arc living
at nighl."
And  this little toe said:   "A fox
may be hid
In the hat-rack box right under the
lid,"
And this little toe cried:   "Dearie
me, oh!
Lions and tigers is coming, 1 know'
Then Mama came with the beautiful light
Caught ten robber Iocs all ready
for flight,
Yes,   she   caught   and   she   kissed
those ten robber toes,
Till redder ihey were than any red
rose.
���l.illie K. Barr
Plain and embroidered linen are
put together in a manner shown
in our sketch which introduces the
short waisl line and surplice collar
on bodice. The latter when becoming is most effective, but one
must be sure of one's figure to
wear it satisfactorily. The tunic
arrangement of embroidered linen
is new and opens over the plain
linen in panel effect.
The hat worn with this frock is
allover embroidery, trimmed with
rose leaves.   .
ECONOMY IN HONEYMOONS
Unintentional Coquetry of Milliner Supplants Another
William Christian l.angenau, described by most of the ship's com
pany of the Hamburg-American
liner Cleveland as a ("level.uid
millionaire, has returned to New
York after spending bis honeymoon in the Mediterranean. Mrs
Langenau, who was a milliner ol
Chicago when she became the
bride of Mr. l.angenau, admitted
that it was true she had become acquainted with het husband when he
went into her store last November
and asked her fur lhe finest and
dearest hat she hatl.
He confided to her that the hat
was for the woman lie was going
to marry ami thin in- IntcnoBd ,**
Double Weekly Service
S.S. PRINCE HIII'KKI and S.S. PRINCE GEORGE
For Stewart, Sundays,  8.00 a m.
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
TBB8&
Mondays and Fridays at 8 a.m.
ma. Prince Albert sails for I'ort Simpaon, Naas Kiver Points, Maasct,
Naden Harbor, every Weiliies-
tlny, 1.00 p.m.
and for:
Refuge liny, Skidegate, Queen
Charlotte City, Liookeport,  Pa-
coli, Jetlway,   Ikeda Hay.   Rose
Harbor  ana  return  via  Queen
Charlotte City every  Saturday,
1.00 p.m.
The   Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting With traina from the Pacific
coaat operates a frequent and convenient service of luxurious traina over its
double  track route  between  Chicago,
Toronto,   Montreal,   Quebec,   Halifax,
Portland, Huston, New York and Philadelphia,    information  ard tickets  obtainable from the ollice hereunder mentioned.   Trans-Atlantic bookings by all
lines arranged.
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   ANI)   PASSENGER   AGENT
FAMOUS PRINCESS LINE
Canadian Pacific Riilway   -   B.C. Cusl Sltimship Sa-niir
Princess May
ctorift
yL^^dmmi___m____M ""'' Seattle
vT llW FRIDAY, MAY 12th, at noon
^Kf^___j__^m Train fnr Winriipt'K nml Titmn-
vjl    lir to h'uvi-H Vancouver at
^H^^^ '.'.i-;ii   .hiily
^^^ Imperial Limited fur Oitcaw*.
Montreal ami New York. Hent train acrt>** the
continent, leaves Vaneouuer ilnily at ������ * ��� i' '"
Carries compartment oWrvnlion car*, the tineit
ear on any runil anywhere.
Airent for all Atlantic Slenmnhip linen. Tickets
to antl from Kuropean points.
J. G. McNab
T
ITEMS   OF
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IS P 6 R T!
Old  Land  Baseball
Charles ('. Spink of St. Louis,
will sail for England on Wednesday
in organize a baseball league for
the Britons. It is saitl there arc
enough Americans in England to
Bupporl a small league. A few
teams already have been formed,
but there is no organization. Spink
will look over tlie situation and
il the prospects are at all encouraging lie hopes to establish a
six-club league and get a number of
his players from America.
Strengthen Portland
The Portland team is to be
strengthened. Judge McCrediehas
already decided to turn over to
Nick Williams Outfielder (jough,
who is a hard hitter. Gough
was originally a pitcher. Jack
Barry, who played outfield for
Milwaukee lasl year and batted
about .'.'.'ill in the American Association, is slated for Williams'
team. Archer, a swell left-hand
pitcher, is also mi the list and if
the judge can gel waivers on
Fullerton, who has been doing line
work for Portland in the Coasl
league, he will transfer him.
Jack Johnson at It
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1   T7TJT7T7      EMPLOYMENT (
I   JL i\��j��i     OFFICE     :      : f
|      Kor  all  kinds  of help,  cooks, 3
j   winters, dishwashers, hotel pur- j
(   ters. nil kinils of laborers or mc- '
j   chunk's, call up }
Phone No. 178 I
I or call ut the (
i  Grand Hotel Free  Employment  Office ���
j  Headquarters for cooks & waiters j
ROGERS & BLACK
WHOLESALE   DEALERS IN ���
Building Material,   Cement,   Lime,
Hair-fibre Plaster, Coke, Blacksmith
Coal,   Common Brick,
Pressed Brick
Shingles, Lath, New Wellington Coal
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY PILLED
See Us for Prices.
Phone No. 116
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE ANli RETAIL DRUGOIST
Phone No. 200 P. O. Box 580
PRINCE RUPERT, B.C.
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ii w. j. McCutcheon
CnrHrfi romplctc stock nf I->ruK��.   Special
attention piiil to IUlinn |inscriptions.
!! Theatre Block phoki n<>. ts Second Ave.
Genenl Agent
FOR SALE
*C CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Agents
Ottlari tiromptly IllM.   Pricei raaasnnnble.
OFFICE-H. B. Rochester. Centre St.    I'hone ��.
I ...is :. uml ti, Block 28.
Section 1.
$3000, 2.1 per cent, cnsli,
balance 1, 2, ii years,
7 per cent.
GEO. W. MORROW
1076 Nelson St., Vancouver, B.C.
Jack Johnson, negro champion)
has returned from his two months,
trip, and ilu- lirst thing ho did was
ti enter into a tentative agreement i<> linx "Confessor Jack
O'Brien before the latter's club in
Quakerburg. No date lias been
set, Imt il will lie during the tirst
week in June. O'Brien guarantees! Reilly's Bakery Llinch
Johnson a lump sum of 110,000. 	
Empress Theatre Basement
Can He Come Back? 	
Rumors are current in I��>xiuu Cor. 2nd Ave. and 6th Street
circles that Abe At tell, feather-1
weight champion, may be compelled to retire from the ring. Audi's
physicians say ihat the champion
can mu Imix again for at least
one year because of ilie broken
bone in his left arm in his recent
bout will) I'raukie Hums.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Mrs. (.*. F. Robinson of Seventh
Avenue will not receive on Thursday of this week.
Mrs. Geo. Tite will not receive
tomorrow nor again this season.
When
You Think of Real Estate
THINK OF US
' A Guarantee of
Value   Received."
Mr.
Non-Resident:
t{rc2i!}!t4i(}i$ji$$i
Write ua regarding your Prince
Kupert holdings. We will bc
pU'iised ut all times to keep you
posted as to the Realty market
here.
Why not have us look after
your important property?
t$$)gl!$l$l$lt&lj!
KI AL ESTATE RENTALS
O. M. Helgerson, Ltd.
Iltl-GERSON BLOCK PRINCE RUPERT
Wick *m*u* Flame
Oil Cook Stove
WU.Y HI'KIIATKU ECONOMICAL KASII.Y cleaned
NEW PERFECTION
An Ideal Summer Stove
FOR   SALE     HY
|     The Thompson Hardware Company
i    s' "'aid Avaaaaue. Tcla-ph.no 101
TEN ROBBER TOES
There is a story thai I have lieen
told.
And it's just as old as babies arc-
old.
For Sweet Mother Eve, as everyone
knows,
Told her babies the tale of the toes.
Told to her babies how ten little
toes,
Each one as pink as the pinkest
pink rose,
Once oh a time were naughty and
bad;
Ami sorrow and trouble in consequence had.
How this big toe wanted butter and
bread,
After his mamma had put him to
bed;
And this lying next said:  "S'posen
we go
Down to the pantry and get it, you
know."
And this wicked toe cried, "Come.
along quick;
Let's   sugar   the   butter   ever   so
thick."
And this naughty toe cried:  "Jelly
for me
Top of the butter and bread, you
sec.
And this little toe cried:   "Goody
let's go,
We'll Blip down the stair so  quiet
and slow."
So ten robber toes, all tipped with
red,
Stole silently OUt of their snowy
white bed.
While this wicked toe, so jolly and
fat,
Helped nine naughty toes to pitty-
pat-pat
Along the big hall, with pillars of
white,
And down the back stairs devoid of
light.
take her out on a honeymoon that
would not cost him less than
1100,000. She said that she looked
upon that as rather a too gorgeous
expenditure even for a sixty-ye.ir-
old widower, lie asked her whal
her idea was about the expense
of a honeymoon, and she saitl she
thought she could have the time
of her life on ��50,000, or even less.
Then he proposed and she accepted
him, and, selling oul her store, she
went to Cleveland antl they were
married.
Mrs. Langenau saitl il was irue
that the bridegroom had popped
the question in the manner related,
and that she knew lhe name of the
oilier lady but woultl not tell it.
Northern Produce Co'y. ! LEFT IT TO
WHOLESALE PROVISIONS,
FRUITS and VEGETABLES
Send for our Weekly Price  Lint
PROMPT   ATTKNTIOS GIVEN
.-1II1TIM. ORIlKRS
i       MONTREAL
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I.   Generous Englishman Remembers the Poor in  His Will
LEGACY OF $105,000
Phone 151
Phc
151
Fruit   :   Produce   :
WHOLESALE
Feed
Gustave Mertin Wants It to be
Used for the Benefit of the
Montreal Poor News Received by Mayor Guerin This
Morning.
y, Rochester &
. ;r   * Monroe
Ladysmitm
Li      '^COAL
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\.   Phone us
_  -E.   EBY   a   Co.
REAL   ESTATE
Kiuumkalum Lnnd Kor Sale
KIlSCMh M I   M ��� B.   C.
THREE GOOD RECIPES
Devil Cake
1 cupful of sugar, half a CU|
of butter, 1 cupful of milk, 2 c
well beaten, I level teaspoonful
soda. When this is mixed h
ready 1 cupful of grated choool
boiled with one cup of milk
stir in while hot. White ic
sliglilly acid is nice between
layers.
iful
'gK*
lof
live
late
md
ing
I In-
Spanish Steak
One pound of sleak, one large
Spanish onion, four tomatoes, three
ounces of macaroni, one ounce of
Hour, one ounce of butler, one pint
of stock or water, sail and pepper
to taste. I'ul the butter iu a
saucepan antl lei it cook one hour
Dish up with meal in the centre.
macaroni and tomato around. Poui"|
the gravy over.
Nut Bread
For nut bread, take I cups flour,
1 cup sugar, 2 cups milk, *i tea-
spoonfuls baking powder, 1-2 teaspoonful salt, i egg, l cup chopped
walnuts. Mix dry Ingredients, add
milk, eggs, anil nuts. Allow to
stand 20 minutes, then bake in
greased tin ir niiideraleoven.
H. H. Morton
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second aveiuc and Thinl street
Over Wentenhaver Bros,
MUNRO  *   LA1LEY
Architect*.
Stork Building, Seconal Avenue.
I Canadian I'rt������ Dispatch)
3rd Ave. Montreal. May 0. -Mayor Gue-
^^__^__ rin was thc recipient of news ihis
morning, lo the effect thai Gustave
Merlin, an Ktiglisliniaii, who had
lived in Montreal had died ill
London, and lefl property in London ami Paris valued al 1105,000
for the benefit <��f die i������r of
Montreal. The news was conveyed b> Merlin's London solicitors.
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO.  63
Meets in Ihe Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  memliers  of  the order in the city
are requested to visit thc lodge.
Office.
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:- At'llllORfl
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
I'rince Rupert P.O. Box 361
All Complete Anglers
This   morning   Hill   Casey   lefl
with  a   party  of   friends  in   the
launch Wolverine  on   a   fishing
excursion   lo   Denis   Arm,   Alpli.i
Hay, and  Pill  Island.    The part)
w.is furnlahed with supplies for a
flill-lledgcd fishing trip, and looked
Offlc*-Exrh��nira.|alaaa-la. raarnar Thlnl it-naaia-and    .-a      a     ..:,.,   ,.,,-,,,,   limn of 11
Sluth latrraaL l'rinav Rlilaaart. S        like ll,lMI!g .1 gH .11   llllll   OI  ll.
CHESTER    CUP    HANDICAP
ALKIIED CARSS, C. V.  HKNNKTT. B.A.
ol llrltliah Cailaamti(�� aal IIC OaaUriaa, H��-
ataal Maaiiil.al.., Buna. kaatrla��wflta   Mad   Al-
I- ita llaaraa.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
G. S. JOHNSTONE. N.G.
H. MORTON, Secretary.
F. W. HART
UNDERTAKER �� F.MHAI.MER
STiaCK   raiMH.KTK
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S.. U D.8.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All di-aitail aaparntlonia .VillailK larnt��| (la* and
laacal anaiathptlm ndnainlBtPtral fnr tha. painlt-a.- a>ja-
trsrtlain of teeth. Cnnmltiitfroa fire. Offira^:
lla-lucmon Block. Prlnca- ItUIMl ll-lt
Hints to Investors No. 4
After   INVESTIGATING   the
real estate offers advertised covering a reasonable period you
may buy real estate INTELLIGENTLY.    Not otherwise.
Read The Daily News
Big English Race Won by C. E.
Howard's Willonyx
Chester, England.- The Chester Cup Handicap Of 2000 sovereigns over a course of .ilwuil Iwo
miles  and   a   quarter,   was   won
by C.  Ea  Howard's four-year-old
P.O. Bo* 436 - Offic. 3rd snd Fullon i\Yil|..���y\:   iff,  Raphaels   Tiiyslmp
m ��� ���  was   second,   and   Ca.    Edward's
P.O.BOX��� prince rupert  Anc!i(H.i third
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF S1NC.1N0
rem. or ttm. roSOH, Esq., A.s.��.M..'i.am., smi.
Little's NEWS Agency
Magazina'ii :: Periodicals :: Newspapers
CIGARS   ::  TOBACCOS  ::   FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
PRINCE RUPERT WAREHOUSING AND
FORWARDING COMPANY
Flnl A��e. Near McBrld*
HANDASYDE   C__  HURT
aa.i'.l--   nm   KTKRI..    MAIItlNr.ltT
...AND    ralNTIIACT(H.1    SQffUMm
Forwarding,   llin'.riliuting  and
Shipping  Agents.
Storage of Baggage and Household Goods a Specialty.
AT   LOWEST   RATES-
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GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE    ACENCY
COLLECTIONS  ANII  REPORTS
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Be There First
The    "store    news"     that
draws you tO the store will
draw others   so don't delay
the   order    of   your   going'.
SIXTH  STREET
I'RINCE RUPERT
*������**���*���������********
Douglas Sutherland, Mgr.
P. O. Box 907 Pl"ine 262
* BOWLING, B:^oRSLs
I AIW��. ~ Tiiltlr*.     A   (tcwkI tWU*
ctw.   A wu gpoiti  l.ttiiir�� trtry
Mternnon.     Nrwrnnn Hlwk, be-
t-.vopn fith nn��l Tth 8t*.
tfi> HOHMMHi    I'roprirtnv nml ItSMflSf
(44444* THE    DAILY   NEWS
THE
"What Shall It Be"
Question
This store is prepared lo answer it
The occasion way be what
it will; it ll our duty to be
ready to supply you,  and  we
can do it too.
With ]a]a-;i,-!i'v to you ba-
ci,-. of the -. ������ of display:
with profit to you beca im of
our ability to sell
When the rifl n itl :; presents itself let us (how you
bow easily we can match your
ideas.
. JJ	
Heintzman Pianos
EASY TBRH8
C. B. WARK
Jeweller
CROSSING
OF JORDAN
Classified
Advertisements
One of the best services th,- modern newspaper gives the public is in the e'^'fl^'^^'"JJ* 00��^���"''
FOR   RENT
Otha'a; Itoonis facing Sixth St.--   I
-��� A-.a-   ;���   W.-'j-:..-.. ��� ��� 1;
1     ���   -. Dank  of
Commerce, Tl.ir.i Stn -
Cosy l-room Cottage on lot 11, block
36, sect;..' .'.. J20.0U t.��-r moi I
Other
nishnl ami unfur:.;- ���
Two goi 1 house pi     lit!    -
FOR   SALE
Lot 24, bl ���
cu-;. terms.
Lots 15 and 16,   block  '.'.  seat;..
}'J|,MI.
Lot 12, I 900 on j
easy n.- nt
Liot- _- I, section 7;
$840.
Jill I      -ance.
Westenhaver  Bros.
For Rent
Resulted in Assault Charge by
Gustave Gervais
PROVINCIAL POLICE CASE
Little Breeze on the Skeena During Voyage of S. S. Port
Simpson. Case was Dismissed by Magistrate McMullin.
V        ou, my ile.ir < lustave,"
v...- est Jordan, mate ol
the S. S   Port Simpson did not
��aj yesterday when Gustave Gervais had . little misunderstanding
with him on the boat.  All the same
Gervais   who   is   a   Frenchman,
came to the 1 onclusion thai Jordan
w.i~ after him, for he charged the
: .-��� ��� ighl \\ ith assault.   Mag-
:-���  .-��� McMullin investigated the
matter with  the result that  the
_������  was   dismissed.     It   was
��� le irlj   a   misunderstanding.     In
attending to his own business 01
1 lervais   unfortunati
I the . rossing of Jordan, bui
was not  very cr"���. u
������ relations have been restored.
There huver and seller, employer anu worKer, landlord anu tenant, tan'j a. .....       r.ino  its
mon ground,    To put this modern convenience ln reach of everyone the - .   s     Voi���^
rate to a nominal price of a cent a word per insertion.   Minimum charge 01 ��o cenm.
Here  is our Classified  Advertising Column  for today.
Watch  it  grow.
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THE BEAR
WAS A PIG
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Lost and Found
FRED. STORK Iii-
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EXAMINED SIDEWALK
Graham    Island    Settler    Had
Some Fun With a Gun
TOOK NO CHANCES
	
He Fired into the Bush at a Big
Black Bear, and Down Fell a
Dead Pit' A Case of Mistaken  Identity.
S      il 1 Correspondence
Massett, May 111.���The setUers
Massett   arc quietly  rest a story at the expei se of
one 1   tl eir number, who shall be
ess,     He   had   been   very
��� ! -111< I a hear, and visions
ear r.tcik-. and a beau-
black  fur  robe rose before
ivhen he heard a scramblii g in
the thicket a few days ago,
Carefully loading I is gi 1    and
. "tit into the bush he went
to  get   Mr.   Bruin.    Cautiously
��� General Hardware -
Builders' Hardware
Valves & Pipes      I Ixfor I Sti ves
Graniteware      Tinwari
FOUND-On wharf. Saturday, May wh.
aaava.v/.   tlwna'r a'lall ha\o yamaa   by   apiilyinK  to
Daily Newt OIBoe Md giving siatlBfucUary  tmr-
luy-tf
I ill NP-A small suni aaf niaJna'V aan  Hiul   Avaanur.
Apply SlcRaa, ahoemaker. Fulton St.       Bft-IOD
SECOND -
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AVENUE ,
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For Rent
Party-
Dresses
.*. ���:; Ilka �� new houM elou in, phont 806.
H   F, y. RM�� Co. K'3-tf
Furnished House to Rent in MCttotl t> for OH6
m May 15th-*30.
.   ���  v.       .������<. Bnd Ave.
Applv Prince Ru-
101-107
Net' farniihed rooms for rent.     Apply Drexel
Roomi
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btthi
v Hi use. '2rui Ave., near McBride.
May ;Mmo
���!v furnished rooms, one front room, hut
Tht- Roland. Third avenue. 108*6,
Help Wanted
Icreepiri: rnuiHl tree -tumpi- I  I
Mayor and Deputation Inspect   nearer and m'-lr"r l" *e *'u,uU
Second Avenue
Then  he rose ritlc in hand just .
  great big  black  l"ur about  th
The conditions on Second ave-fsiz0 of tho ea8t *vai- <>f a hous
tween Seventh and Eighth
streets which make it impossible
for the fire brigade t" reach thai
point without great difficulty, ar.-
t" I"' improved bj a temporary
sidewalk t" do until the street i�� in
shape for vehii ��� -
Vesterd j afternoon the M.t\"r.
Alderman Morrissey, and several
members of the -.r. .;��� of citizens
who petitioned for a sidewalk at
this point, paid .: visit i" the plat e
rose .it him.
Hi- t.R,k n.i chances,   Briigii g
gun into play he let fly right
i- to the heart of the mass.   When
the sounds ������:' the Dying animal's
squeals and groans had subsided,
ai d lu k; aw the animal was
he went up to examine liis prize,
and  found���a  neighbor's'  pig
There is mourning in the neigl
l">ri;tg   ::^   st)     now,  and  Bub-
''.tifl  laughter  wherever  two  or
lt wks arranged that the eity' shall three of *e settlers ar'  -
assist the petitioners in the con- '"��ether.
sanction of temporary m<   ns ol 	
gel over the present difficulty.
Chance to Join
Partly famished House on
3rd Av.-. 7 r-.orr.it with
bath.       Eleetric   llgl
G. C. Emmerson
AUKS   HI." K s;i  AM..
On Friday evening the Prince
Rupert Civilians' Rifle Am cia-
There may  be  nothing  new tion will hold their annual r     -
under the sun. but  there  are ing.     Voung men  de;;r  :-
some  improvements.      Reiily's ;i.ining the associa- invit-
Bakery Lunch is an improvement ed to be present    A;       I     -
over all other lunch rooms  in,a to Robert
Prince Rupert. 104-105       at the Government Offic*
A shipmenthas. ist read -
us containin;? several  very
pretty Party D:-<-a*.
They are  in  pi: -..
pale blue and v.   te, made
of  mercerized      ill   trimmed with lace t     ml n
ery, some with    inel fr nt
In applique, oth   - ���-....:,> up
of all-over emt.    :��� ry   ar.d
all   of   them     th three-
quarter    lengt:    Is Im     ���
sleeves.   Price?  run   :': ���-.
$8.00 to $15.0.  ea h.
The same shipir.���:.'.'. brought
us a nice variety   :' --.-   ���
and    checked    jir.fia m
waists, also sor.c in
figured  vesting-,   a   ll
lot of pretty ho-se ircsses.
H. S. Wallace Co'y. Ltd.
Dry '-���������**   Chiaawairc. Etc.
Fulton Street and Third Avenue
B : usttl in oAm at PierCy Murris & Co.,
First Ave. M-liHi
Waltreu  for  Reilly's   Bakery   Lunch.      Apply
. -   Lunch   Ruoms.    basement    EuprW
UH-tf
a h man to do houte work; alto ^rlt for laundry
>  rt     Apply Pioneer Laundry. 103-105
A- .-'\: "rienifd Stenographer at once. Apply to
'.' . -. iit'.i'ty and Insurance Company.     UB*106
A M thi r* Help. One who can do children? sew*
���.- tither maid kept. Apply Mrs. Pfclmer.
4:r. Ave. and Hays Cove Circle, phone Joy.   U'l-tf
WaiUT wanted at Central Hotel. 100-tf
B :��� Wanted.   Apply at Optimist Otliee.        M-tf
Wanted immediately, irirl for litrht house work.
Apply to Mrs. M. B. Cohen. Fraser street or
Phone 32. l.M-t.f.
Houses Wanted
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FRESH FLOWERS
on the Prince Kupert thia afternoon
THE  ARCTIC  STUDIO
THE HISTORY OF A FIRE
Prompt and Satisfactory Settlement of Claim
Dwellers in tlie old established
countries are often guided by tho
axiom "slow but Bure." This is
unl always imo of this western
country and an instanco of promptitude in settling .i claim lor lire
loss has jusl come t<> notice.
The fire which made a total
loss of thc premises and stock
nf Messrs, Stalker a* Wells at
thuir Hays Cove Circle Branch, is
still fresh in tho mind <>f the
reader. The policy of insurance
written with The Western Canada Fire Insurance Co. by The
Mack Realty \ Insurance Co.
covering Messrs. Stalker & Wells'
stuck carried with it a certainty
"f prompt settlement which is a
verj important feature when a
policy liivomes a claim, particularly to a business linn.
This claim was settled by wire
in >ix days.
You can he certain of the same
prompt treatment by taking out
a policy with The Western Canada Fire Insurance Co.
Sec The Mack Realty and Insurance Co. about it.
Hotel Central S&jfriA*.
��nd 7th bin,!
BliropMn tanal Ama-rli-tin plan  _*_...
lioiltanl, maxla'm Oonvmlanoei ' Iiin,.'
11,00 to tt.B0ptr day, '
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HOUSES WAXTEP-FurnUhed or unfurnijh-
aai. - to ��� roona. If K-acatiaan and Price suit
rr.e I wiil r*nt them myself anal I'tiy rent in nal-
vanee. no aa-aitintf. no listing. Ph-ane me today.
Black SS-l"ncle Jerry. Ti-tf
\'ote   for   Alder   to-morrow.
May 11th, at the City Hall.
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners, 'Phone 4
Board Wanted
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'���VAS'TEP-Ra.'m and taaard  in priaata' family.
X.M.. Or tiir.nt Office. 14
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Poorly filling
Collars
are very annoying.   Especi;
this ������ ��������� '.,���������     -are
having.    W.'air an ARROW ���'������liar.
which can be fitted to thc shirt   il-J
���   ��� and your troubles will ���
3 for 50 Cents
5,
ummer
Underwear
in Balbriffgan, hVht wool and silk and
wool are strong features with us in
prices to suit any purse. H" comfortable and you can work much better.
All Prices
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American cut
Shirts
Wc have jusl arriving to-day another
shipment of beautiful patterns In
American Cut Shirts,   The beauty of
these can inure readily be appreciated
by seeing them. Come in and examine for yourself Our line of Knir-
lish Flannel Shirts is also very tine
AU Prices
Price: Quality
A few large tailoring concerns sre able to pay
much iarK��'T salaries i" expert designers thun
i- i Ibis for the small concern to stand, and
being able to do thi< they very naturally get
better men.   Price i- ��� consideration with
��� ���'   ; a r Cent "f niaii.    On this the sinall
tailor I   sbsolutelf without argument   He
..'Is In .-amidl cuts nnd frnm a
|obber WOT is alanut llira -a- or   fair  times   rati..m the Krarce of the material, Thai
per cent profit every time the
geoda change hands,   Figure the difference
in enat in against the purchase i>y '.loiii Century tHai'ir" iiiriM'i from the mills In necessarily cr, i.i quantities,   'iiii- same rule npnlii's
ia. ��� verytnlna else used In Jlhe mske-up of n
rarment   TnUinit into consideration these
two fcataira'!.. dote it nut appeal t" yon ,*���*
reaaonable timi wa nn' better ulila' ta, supply
your needs 1   If so, give us h trial, snd wen
you will become una. more In the long line of
"well pleased.
Corduroy
Pants
are bein? worn more as people realize
their durability. For the man who
gives his clothes hard usage they are
just the thing.   All sizes in stock.
$4 Per Pair
j Fire  Insurance ;
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":���: SPECIALTY-F1�� Insurance. We rapf*
-���-������ rrto Itl r.k* Fire In��urnnce Companies.
W�� want iroor buiine<��. larfft ami small.
L��: n�� qnoU you rate*. The Mack Realty nnd
>--rar.ee Company, cor 3rd Ave. and Fulton St.
THE BritUta Unl m and KaUonal Fire  Insuranci-
:"  I.- d i n.  Er.ffland.   with    capital
-'-���������   ���      Sc��ui for rates,     The Mack
:.-.-���        : ;���.- .-..���.,*��� r  ���  ; .,*... T"-tf
Situations Wanted      ;
A clas^irted advertisement ts a tirelet* Worit*
hunter-and seldom failt.
Bj ��� vptrienced man and wife as cook and helper
in mining camp or country hotel. Apply H. L.
T.. Optimist. .���:������:���:
* ��� ion by Japanese ��*ouk in family or l>oardintr
house.   P.O. U-\ WH. 10M
^s^****_tm^m*m^t****A*^***mt*m>*%
j       Boarders Wanted
H--me cooked meals antl nicely furnisheil rooms
ft.r three persons. Apply Mrs. James, Scott
Bid*., ird Ave., between "th and 9th Sta.    85-tf
Private Board by the week or month. Home
coykint? a specialty, Mm* K. M. Gleeson, 3rd
Ave., between Tth and Mh Sts.. phone 171. MMf
Money to Loan
-I
EDINBURGH THEATRE FIRE
Edinburgh, Scotland, May 10. -
Toward the close of the performance    in   the   Empire   Palace
Theatre here last night lire broke
out on the st.ige. The house was
emptied without mishap to the
audience hut it is believed thai a
number of artists have lieen burned
to death. Search of the ruins
today revealed seven charred remains near the stage. One body
lias lieen partly identified as that
ol Lafayette who was performing
when the lire brokeOUt
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1 Ith Ave. un.l lli-l,,,, St.
$100-Cash   will   handle   u,
lot in sec.  S.    The full
price is only  |800,   Vou
cbii muke n quick turn ,
a small Investment.
$$$$ will be made by the
fortunate investor In a lot
we are offering in Bectloi
6. $500 cash will handle
it and we t-an prove that
it is a anap.
Nasaar Sth Ave. nml Ettamea-fton Plat,,.
|800���Cain handles one of tin
best buys in the cit\,
right on the hill where
nearly all of the besl
residences have been
built, a pretty site ami
very cheap, $11011.
5th Ave., Nam lanaanuvl Place
$183. i5���Down on a $81E lol
near Seal Cove, splcml
id investment well !"���
cated.
Cor. 5th Ave. and lananuel Place
$500 -Cash handles thil double
corner.   The Cold Stor-
age Plant has mud,'
corner one of the beet
buys in town, as an investment it is gilt-
edge, hii.I $100 bi-lnw
market, $!HIU.
Cheap Rent Buiineaa Qaiaarler.
$25 Per Month will rent a
building25x40 near ;:r,l
and (Hii Sts., suitnhl,
for warehouse, earpen
ter shop, plumbing nr
tinsmith.
Houston i�� the Place for You
$50 to $400 a lot will place ymi
in on this new Grand Triink
townsite located in the
centre of Pleasant Vail, \.
which is the cream of tin
Hulkley Valley.
Law-Butler Co.
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UP   THE   RIVER
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That  is  where  thc  people  are  going.        You  can  get
GOOD FRUIT LANDS FOR $14.00 PER ACRE
in the famous Lakelse District.     In a few years this will
be selling in small plots for $50 per acie.    We  have sev
eral  quarter sections  for sale.
Call  or  write.
Thos. McClymont   -   P.O. Box 806
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.Iw^Aw^^yM^yNa^t^/^. Q
Real Estate
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A a-laafiiieat ailv-crti,a'ma*nt will llnil ya,u thc mon-
a-y aa'ith which tn put yaaur tilian int., Plta-a'l.
��� f|
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A elltttfltd Riha-rllsemi-nl  i- ft ra-al rttate sftlos-
,    raann.  nnrl 'laat',  nait nlta-aa camnt  cnuuirh   "to
t-aaurit" In the net result.
Wa- have it afaaaa,! laaiilalinar 1.��t within I l.l.M-k i*( Mc-
IlrialeStravt fnr ISn cash.    II. P. M.-Kaa' & Co.,
.-���a-   ,1.   I   AY,'. l'kl-tf
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$3.00
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or young
Boy.
Don't forget the boys like to look nice
on Sundays, the same as you older
people. Teach him to be particular
about his person. It will he a big asset in his favor when he grows up.
See the latest in "Split Hip" Knicker
Suits. They will make your boy have
more confidence among his elders.
I.
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For Sale
��� **...*-*.._},
A fir��t-r:itP propOBtiOB which will kivp n Tttt-miy
monthly irionine. fSOO cttnh handles* it. II. K,
MaRM ft Co.. Second Ave. HM-tf
Household Qoodl. Roomi to bt H. Apply Mr^.
Kvjen. Tth Ave, and Taylur St. nenr Summit, yfi
Beautiful
Hose
A thing of beauty is a joy to everyone. Beautiful hose, even on a man,
are pleasing to ladies as well as to the
wearer.    Silk lustie and
mere are  most suitable
mate, and they wear well
many beautiful colors.
fine cash-
tor this cli-
We have
OFice Wanted
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Wanted   tu  hire, small spare in office.    Apply  to
P.O. Hox 767, yy-Hu
S. O. E. B. S.
The   Prinee   Kupert  Lod^e,   No.  Ills,  Son*  of
England) nMti tho first ind third TuMdsjri In
each month in the Cftfpintm Hall, at H p.m.
F. V. CI,AKK. .See.,
V. O. Hox MH. Prinre Kupert
Correct Styles
in Men's Hats
^ For Spring...
$5.00
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Correct Styles
in Men's Hats
For Spring...
All the styles that are right, all the colors that are liked and all the
}    grades that are iwpul^arejiow^ ready for your approval at $3 and $6
Martin O'Reilly       .       2nd Ave.
Corporation of the City of
Prince Rupert
plaints against th. AiManmti M mada fnr tha-
ji-iaiinii.
,\iiy Mraon daalrlng to mnlaa* eomptailnt against
Ull' Hlllll Aaaaal'iaailllalltaa laill,t IflVf lllllll'l' ill    WrilillK
Htialinlt   rniiaai' nf  rniii|iliaiiit   In  till'  Aiaiaa'��aiaar  alt
Innaal l.'ll iIjij     |iii'vinim tn till' fllttillK   nf   tha'   (alllll
Court
I J. C. Mrl.KNNAN. Aiaiaa-aiaor
Dated nt Princ. Rupart, B.C., May lit, lull.
SLOAN & COMPiTlii^^eT^
Election Notice
T'tki. niatiria thnt I ranulM aa,..
��� (".�� nf W���r,l ���_. ("iv    fpffilj?_***__* "' *���
'ity lli.ll. Tl,���r���l���y. M��y ' ., l"!'",rl' "' tt*'
hniira nf ll a,.,,,. a,���| 7 .,' "'. "'*i I'lwwn thr
aih'i'llinaiai, Alalrrmiin lot _.!_-, ",' l'"n'n��t! nf
Steal Cnuni'll. r "��� *mt In thn Mtinl-
���.>��-, ���t,'ai������..,t,;������;;'^-hiiny(|fMny>
104-10r, KKNICSI- A. WOflDS,
RatUrelBg OIHcor
Clarmont  Rooms
Located on Sixlh Av�����ue Near Fulton  S^t
I 'ire,. t��� fiv,- RllnutM from centre of builnstl district. Nine-
*''*'" newly furnished rooms.
Hot   and   cold   water.       Hath.
$4.00, $5.00 and $6.00 per week

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