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Array THE   WEATHER
Twenty-four hours  ending ii   a. m.,
May 18,
mav   TfiUP. MIN. TBMP. HAH.        IN. RAIN
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The Daily
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
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City of Seattle Wednej     .;. May 17
VOL.
II,  NO. 107
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Saturday, May 13, 1911.
Price Five Cents
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A BAHLE IN MID-AIR
FOUGHT OVER LONDON
Wonderful Demonstration Made in  Presence of Army
Council and Lords of the Admiralty���Fleet of
Aeroplanes Armed With Machine Guns
Attacked the Army Dirigible
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London, May 13. Tim most
remarkable exhibition nf aviation
ever Riven was presented this
morning .it Henden outside Lon-
doi ilcr the auspices ni the
Parliamentary Aerial Defence League, li demonstrated thai Greai
Britain i^ alive to the importance
n( me new means nf attack and
defence.
Fourteen   Aviators
Fourteen nf the leading air-men
ol i: i- world were mi the programme, including several French aviators. Their feats were all fnr the
purpose nf showing the utility
nf the aeroplane as an instrument
ofwar. Their tests included bomb-
r.: iwii 's. scouting and despatch
carryii;...
Grand Stand"
I ���:> wire present Premier As-
\\,n Minister Haldane,
Home Secretary Churchill, Mr.
UoyiMieorge, twu Imi dred members "i I'alii.'.men l, and a great
rnimhcr of officials from the army
. ���! admit .11\ .   Thoy were
greatly impressed by what they
saw.
Some of the  Feats
Graham-White who led in most
ol   the  feats  showed   how   bombs
could  be placed  by an  aeroplane
flying high in the air. He dropped
a number of golf-balls on objects
which it was supposed it would
be advisable in war to destroy.
Finally he look a blank missile
weighing one hundred pounds, and
flying high in lhe air drop
into   an   imaginary   fortification.
While this was going on, other
aviators flew to Aldcrehol and back
wilh messages and for scout reports of the troops,
Battle in the Air
For a .grand finale a battle in
the  air  was  shown,   in  which  a
fleet   of   aeroplanes   fought   with
thoarmy dirigible. The aeroplanes
had little machine guns mounted
on th' Flying like a swarm o
moaquii     ihey discharged volley
after volley of rapid shots at the
dirigible which though it retaliated,
seemed to be at the mercy of the
aeroplanes.
LANG WINS BIG  FIGHT
Lester Met with Injury. Young
Wagner Held Jim Kennedy
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Sydney, Australia, May 13.���In
tho heavyweight fight last night,
Lang not the decision over Lester
in the sixth round. Lester broke
his wrist and had to quit.
New York.���Young Wagner had
all the besl of the ten round about
with Jimmy Kennedy lasl night
Kennedy lavs claim to tl.e Ei glish
bantam-weight championship title.
For row boats and launches
telephone 320 green. Davis'
Boat House.
t|ii'^��r��ul^n^ll^i��^i'-��-ti-vm>...'Xjf^ii^aJi
j BASEBALL SCORES |
+ +
Northwestern League
Vancouver 11, Portland 1.
Other games jx Spoiled, rain.
National League
Chicago 2, New Vork (i.
Pittsburg 5, Philadelphia!!.
American League
Chicago ">, Washington li.
Philadelphia 17, Si. Louis 13.
New York 5, Detroit li.
Cleveland 2, Boston ii.
Coast League
Vernon 7, Sacramento 9.
Los Angeles 0, Oakland 12.
Portland ii, San Francisco 1.
WAR   SECRETARY   RESIGNS
Henry L. Stinson Succeeds Dic-
kison in Taft's Cabinet
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Washington, May 13.���Secreta-
ri of War Dickinson, a Democratic member of the President's
cabinet has resigned, Henry L.
Stinson, of New York who was
recently defeated as a candidate
for governor in that state has
been given lhe portfolio. Private
affairs are the reason given for the
resignation,
Everything at Reilly's is home
made.    When you want something pood to eat po to Reilly's
I in the Empress basement.
EXPLOSION ON FIRST AVE.
INJURES THREE WORKMEN
Gubano Bartoldi, Joseph Obano and Bronca Leoni Rushed to the
Hospital���Bartoldi Terribly Mangled---0ther Two May
Lose Their Sight---Accident Caused by Putting
Powder in Hot Hole in Rock Cut
As the resiili of a premature I juriee about  the face and body, not completed his examination.
explosion   on   Salvatore  Cainosi'sl Oliario and Leoni are injured about |      Cause of the Accident
UP TO GOVERNMENT TO
PAY STRIKERS' EXPENSES
Deputy Attorney General's Wire Does Not Apparently
Include All Witn .sses, But for Fair Trial All
Must be Present���Some are in Alaska
While Some are Up River
Probably     the       Government Men are Mostly Broke
will eventually have to bear thei Since the men concerned were
���Xpense of taking all the witnesses.11" pretty well broke at the time
in the Prince Rupert strike case!"' tile 'rouble it st.mds to reason
lo Victoria for the trial al the I that they are not very likely to
assizes on June 16th. In thej be in a position to pay their own
telegram from Deputy Attorney expenses even by June. Therefore
General J. C. McLeod, it is stated\-- l����ks as though the payment
thai the Government Agent will must rest with flie government,
be instructed to pay the expenses The case ol Nick Vasovitch a
of those witnesses who testified J Striker, who was to have appeared
for the defence at the preliminary
hearing.
For a Fiar Trial
Hut there .ne more witnesses
for the defence to call than those
who testified at the preliminary
hearing, and il is certain that the
government if it pays the expenses of one witness must pay for
all in order that the cases may
be   fairly   tried.     Unless  all   the
before Judge Young for election
yesterday was not gone on with
on account of objections by the
Crown Prosecutor. As Judge
Young is going up river, the case
has now been adjourned until the
Judge return.;.
Will Know on the 20th
"At present I have nothing to
say about the application I made
to the Supreme Court in Van-
witnesses for the defence are there'couver to compel the license com-
it cannot be a fair trial. mission ers of  this city  to grant
a cosily matter to
.ill   these   witnesses
SCHOOL   INSPECTOR   HERE
Came on Official   Inspection
Praises the Staff
inn h.ive a good school here
and .ui efficient staff of teachers,"
w.i- the enconium handed out
this morning by Mr. T. Lcith,
Government Inspector of Public
anil High Schools for the coasl
section cf Hriiish Columbia. Mr.
I.i-ith arrived here on the S. S.
Prince George and after he has
inspected the public schools in
this citj he will go on to Stewart
''"'1 other places along the coast
before he returns to his home in
V
THEY WANT
NO RACE MEET
. .iim-i itiver.
POPULAR PASTOR BACK
Re
VV.   Kerr   came   back
da) |a\   ii|(. I'rince George from
!:'  Presbyterian  Synod  meeting
il Vai rouver,
'*<* tho work of the Synod
Kerr spoke strongly in the cause
"' temper i ce, and was reported
ln 'In- Vancouver press as having
poll la-.] ,,iii in ;l vigorous anddress,
llu' difficulties which have beset
fighters for temperance in
Kupert.
Victoria City Solicitor Applies
for An   Injunction
TO PREVENT RACING
Seven Day Meet Scheduled to
Start on May 29th May Be
Postponed Hearing is Adjourned to Thursday.
contract on first avenue op|H>sitc' the   hands   and
the Sl. John Hotel, three Italians,; feared   that  owing
Guliano Bartholdi, Joseph Oliario|injuries to their
and Bronca Leoni were terribly
injured ihis afternoon shortly before two o'clock.
Battholdi is injured more seriously than the oilier iwo |��Mir
fellows. He has a broken leg.
lingers blown  olT and  serious in-
>c   and   il   is
lo   l lie   severe
eyes  they will
lose their sight,
Dr. Tremayne was called immediately after the accident and
after rendering first aid had the
men rushed to the General Hospital where up lo the lime of going
io press he did not know the exact
resull   of   lhe  injuries  as  he  had
11 may bi
gei together
Some of them .ire in Prince Rupert, si ime are up river, some arias far away as Dawson aad other
As far as can be learned the
result of the accident was putting! points in Alaska.
in the dynamite iu a hole before I a
the hole had got thoroughly cold
after drilling Bartoldi was putting lhe powder iu and (he two
other men were standing near by
when lhe explosion happened, A
shower of rocks shot up wilh
terrific force and knowked lhe men
down.
me a license," said Mi. Prudhomme, proprietor of the Savoy
Hotel, to the News this morning
when he relumed from Vancouver
"The case will con", up on May
20th."
CITIZENS'
RIFLE CLUB
Effective Revival for This Summer
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Victoria, May 18.���City Solicitor McDiarmid on behalf of
the incorporation of Victoria applied today for an injunction to
restrain the Victoria Country Club
from holding a seven-day race
meet which is scheduled lo commence here on May 29th. Justice
Clement    adjourned    lhe hearing
ihe   application   until   Thursday
While laking pail a next  al  Yancouvir. as no judge
f   the  Synod   Mr. |of the Supreme Court will be he.e
nexI  week.
DR. McINTYRE RETURNS     TIIEY   MADF
_ GOOD FIGHT
Intends Staying Here This Sum
mer,  Will   Probably  Build
Fresh from San Diego where he Rival   Clubs   Met   in   Billiard
has   been    speeding    the   winter' Match Last Night
Dr. Mclntyre returned today to
Prince Rupert    He was .uroin-1       PRINCE RUPERTS WON
paniod   by   Mrs.   Mclntyre,   and
I'm,
ll mighl be worth a GREAT
DEAL to you to "know real
estate values" in this town but
you'll never learn unless The Daily
New's real estate ads interest you.
il ,
TWO STEAMERS LOST
BY COLLISIONS AT SEA
Steamer Debays   Sank Off   Goodwin Sands   Captain
and Four Others Drowned���Steamer Merida
Founders in Collision   Three Hundred Passengers Escape
averted olT this coasl foil morning,
when the ship Merid.i, bound
from Havana to New Vork wilh
311) souls on board was rammed
by the steamer Admiral Parragiit.
The accident occurred a.r> miles
northeast of Cape Charles, and the
vessel    sank    in    38    fathoms
water.
After exciting scenes among
panic-Striclten passengers, all Wei ���
rescued and brough to port
the struggles which took place a
number were injured and an
being treated in the hospitals.
"'��� diao Press Despatch)
Dnvci
Wit',,,
England, May 18.
sight   of   shore,   off   the
utxxhv'
l'"i hinds, the Spanish steam-
��ini��   today,   as   the
���""  sank
terrible impact with the
(earner     Westmoreland
Briiisl
which
'hief (ilia, a
"""  and  four ol   the crew
"' *c Del
into her.    The captain
Shi
befo
'ayo were drowned with
Milk within two minutes
1 lance could reach her.
.Xrw ^'ork, May 18.-   A terrible
*''I\!.IH V I
> oi  the sea was narrowly
Mr. Maurice Bonde.ui. Dr. Mclntyre has been quite doSO to lhc
turbulent scenes in Mexico, saw
the U. S. troops leave to restrain
lhe menacing advance of the in-
surreclos, and saw the Hriiish
ships of war steam into harbor
after taking part in the work of
preserving order and the safety "f
non-combatants.
During the summer Dr. Mclntyre will remain in Prince Rupert. "This is my home of course."
he said, "and I intend to develop
and improve my properly here this
se.ison. If tilings are as good as
their promises indicate al present,
I shall go in for some more building."
of
the
Irt
In
Another Wrong Idea
It has been reported thai Reilly's Bakery Lunch in the Empress
Theatre basement would not servo
lunches in the morning in future.
To the contrary that place will
lie, commencing Monday, May
16, open from 7 a.m. until 1 a.m.
daily except Sunday when il will
open al S..30 a.m. If you waul
a good quick morning lunch iu a
Clean place go to Reilly's.    107-108
Provincial Police Note
Provincial Constable II. L. Gay
has gone tO Port Kssington lo
assist Constable Forsyth. Constable John Mason Hilcliings has
gone to take up duly al Stewart
for the Provincial Police. Chief
Owen arranged these appointments
yesterday.
After a Hard Tussle They Managed to Defeat the Wanderers
by 42 Points Each Side Won
Three Games.
The rivalry which exists between
the artists of lhe cue in the Prince
Ruperl   and   Wanderers Club  led
up io another match last night,
one of the best of the series. After
a close match in which each side
won three games, the decision wvs
arrived al by counting points,
when the Prime Ruperts gained
the veridct by 13ii(l points to
I3(IS.
The teams and invidivual scores
were as follows:
Prince Ruperl Club���
J. II. McMullin        260
G. R. Naden    250
A. Carss    280
II. P. Wilson    170
W.S. Benson     200
A. T. Brodrick   230
Total  1350
Wanderers   Colub
A.Oakley   222
W. A. Pelligrew      218
W. A. Casey        us
F. P. Bratt  260
II. Simpson  250
S. P. McMordie  260
tanglefoot  yesterday afternoon.
Constable Mansell acted as usher
on the occasion of his triumphal
entry into the Civic Apartment
House.
OFF TO CORONATION
Capt. Fred Stork and Family
Leave on Sunday
Tomorrow morning Capt. Fred
Stork wilh his wife and family
leave Rupert by ihe Camosun <m
iheir way to England for the
Coronation, and Europe aftcrwar-
ds. Captain and Mrs. Stork will
cross the Atlantic iu the S. S. Campania sailing from New York.
They will nol be accompanied
by the children, who are to remain
for a holiday wilh Capt. Stork's
people iii Bolton, Ontario. The
trip will extend to several montlis.
Tola!
I30S
George Clayton in Town
George L. Clayton of the Prince
Rupert   Cold   Storage   Company,
arrived by lhe Prince (ieorge this
morning.     lie   was   down   below
attending  to   matters connected
with lhe advancement of the construction work of the plant which
is making strides in this excellent
weather.
Real Estate up River
Real estate attractions up river
have drawn many live real estate
men towards Hazelton recently.
This morning Capt. Mcl'halta of
Vancouver travelled ny the Hazelton which left al ten a.m.
The Mystic Seven
Seven dollars, that is live and
costs, was the magic sum which
this morning secured libcrlv for
John   Hill,   who   failed   to   resist
Rifle Went Amissing
A complaint was received from
one of lhe passengers on the Prince
TO SHARE RANGES
Membership Increases and Office-bearers are Appointed at
Meeting Last Night.    Shoot-
being talked of between Earl Grey's
Rifles and the rifle association as
soon as lhe large matters are got
in shape.
All young men iu the city who
are interested in rifle shooting are
welcomed to the membership <>f
the association. The subscription
is S4 and present members <>r any
of the office-bearers or members oi
committee will introduce new members.
Ollice bearers elected lasl nighl:
ing Match  with  Earl  Grey's | President   R.  Cameron,  Secretary
Rifles   Will   Shortly  Take
Place.
Prince Rupert Citizen's Rifle
Association has taken a new lease
of life for ihis season. ln lhe
court house last night a meeting
of members of the Citizens' Rifle
Assoication and all interested was
held lo discuss the re-organisalion
of the Association.
Aii arrangement is being planned
by which the Citizens' Rifle Association and Earl ('.rev's Rifles
will have the joint use of the
ranges across the harbor now used
by Earl Grey's Rifles alone. Regular practice will proceed this
summer, and a match is already
Treasurer Arthur Cuthbert, Committee J. R. Beattie, Guy Tooker,
I. Cameron, J Brown, C E Woods
and J W Poifer
Daly Graham is not welcomed
very cordially in cities on thc
Pacific Coasl, al least nol by the
Police. Ile is frequently requested
to movi on and today it was up
io him to move again, lie led for
Hazelton for a brief sojourn.
A man named Sweeny, who is
said to answer also lo the name 0
Pat promised Chief Vickcrs the
morning that he would be good
.md get work at once. Chief
Vickers relented a little and let
him go under supervision.
LABORERS FIND NUGGET
ON MOOSE JAW STREETS
Were Digging for a Track Bed for Street Railway when
a Rich Gold Sample Was Found   There is
Now a Still Hunt for Spot that
Earth Came From
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Moose   Jaw,   May   13.���-Whih
of  the  tracklaying  lias had a lot
of mining experience, and he de-
ft-glclares that  tlie nugget is a very
tj.i,lrich  sample.    The  soil  in which
it was found had been carted from
preparing   the   track  bed   for
new sireel railway a laborer
morning found a good sized nug-,
get   of  gold.    Tl.e discovery  ,liX!,I neighboring bills to fill in a ravine,
caused   a   great    sensation,    aud|;uul wcr>' dT,,n l.s bdn* m;uk to
trace the soil to its source.    It is
expected  that  more  nuggets   are
to be found where the first came
great
raised hopes that Moose Jaw may
become the scene of a gold   strike
George   today   that   a   title   had  Men   are  already   prospecting   in
disappeared   from   his  baggage.      the. districl where the earth came
from.
Chief   Owen   of    the    Provincial  from.
Police  Force  has  the  matter  in|
hand,   and   will    trace   the   lost |
A Good Specimen
0. M. Helgerson, Limited,have
I several   house3   with bath  for
the   attractions  of   the   insidious property.
Supt. Mcl'hce who is in charge I rent.   Phone 96.
106-tf THE    DAILY   NEW?
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Formerlx; The 'Pnnce Rupert Optimiit
Published by the Prince Rupert Publnhing Company, Limited
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BRANCH OFFICES AND A 1ENCIES
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BlATTLl    1    .-  '   - Nl     ���
London, England ..--.- -..- . Building, Trafalgar
S | tare.
FARM LANDS
Bulkley Valley
Hot<     Store a
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Skeena River
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Porcher Island
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
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JUDGE yOUNG BACK.	
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Buyi 160 ��� r -
ar.'i Vegeta
Half mile from R
included.
Second A\e ���
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$1875 !
"TJm ������            -  with the law, aboold ai ���-- ������-'���  onoeent
until                                   Im thi   frii enemy of the
lefei ler,  not the invader I  private Ufa and
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-vlic comcience."-Her.rv Wa". .-���
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
Engl il
land   at   K U
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Daily Edition.
.Saturday. May 13
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Finds   Rupert   Weather   Much
Better     Than    In     Vancouver
(udge  V     - returned  by
e R tperi on Wed-
..        - ��� ��� Hazelton by
g. :��� g up riv*.   A
eld ,ai Hazel-
. .. .    v       ;       Mrs.   ���'! Iss
Voung 'y    RuPert;
_     .. I :,-;-,-.l to find
��� prevalent here.
H ���  ':" x -<"uv''r
rienced ;t;-: before
s   tin      "- --   worse   than
,        seen for months,
Skeena Land District -District of C
Take notice that 1, J.ahn  HcDona
Rupert. B.C.. uccupation ha.telkee,.
apply f'ar permission  tu  purchaaa.-    ���
decribed landi: : I
Commencinir at a pawt planteal  thr..
haif miles in an easterly directi.,n fr       ,    '"
aan Nans River where the Lava Lake ���
and one mile in a  northerly dlrectloi   ���
��� md Lava Lake trail, thence south ......
thence west ia chains,  thenci- nortl
thence east-a. chains to point of commei
c-antflininn t^o acrei.
Date Keb. 3. 1911.
I'ub. March 1".
Skeena I.nnd District-District of (',
TaKe n-atioe thut I Andrew Cumminf
couver. U.C.. occupation eoolc, intends to _,���l
la.r permissi.an to purchase the followini ducrih.
ed landa:
Commencintr at a p-ast planted thr-..
half miles in an easterly direction fr. ���   ���'.
am Naas Kiver where the Lava Lake tr,,|  |J'
near the trail, thence west-'chair.. ta....
wi chains, thence east ni chains,   thenci
-hains to paaint of commencement. eonUfn
JOHN M  DOKA] Ii
Jo��phB.lww.Agen,
acres.
UateFeb.il. 1911.
I'ub. Mar. In.
AHDREWCUMMIN
Joseph Belwa,.   -,.
WHAT KIND OF  PRINCE RUPERT  SHALL WE  MAKE
Windsor Hotel
Newly  Furnished and
Steam Heated Rooms
A   >.;.-:    CLASS  BAi.    !>
'���I    IN    a   a.'.'.}   .
KATKS   " >ND IP
HATH.-   FREE   I      31 EST!
ROBT. ASHLAND
P 0. BOX
ii
New
Knox
Hotel
Proprietors
���
"What kind of Prince  Ru; ike?" It is a   quesl
in u:.<i women who inte   Is I   live their life here i   .
well Like time to ponder over.     (.-. ill the population si .;���
- ���        ir     over the week e ntemplate on the questi
it ��������������� - '..   So mi re - i will be pr'.;.-   .-
in the       -    es    To build ag ... le city here aii'i now, i-
am. t thing than I .i.out admi--;- n I    I '"������'���
Jer    . -il'ter we are fi^'J.
wrote      -��� .: . with mosi iss in    ���  i
the New Jerusalen . pii tured it saying, "And I beheii    t   ity���."   It
w is ���     im ��� ity.
.-���   .:;. gray matter in ring \     ther Prince
ku;.- . or a big cit)     '���'. il dn ait like .:
big v th the tradi      the East and the \\ esi i
I .--  Jong I  ���  lil de    - steel that coi    - I    i stoj        the
a :   I    les I loul '  .- '    the great   ommercial future
Rpert   I doubt bui ���   il ���-. rj i.. i.
. ���.    igh.will make a turn-ovei - - profits
t'a ;.:    '
But the fad     - got to be i city may xr'.w to be a \.i.
a   worldly   sense be a gi
-;iiilii\ for a handful of people to
thrust on I respoi -iijility for making or rn irrir.K that side
.-������ which in a mai   responds t'i what we call charai I
.\:.'i ���      arai ters, just   . d       Ke    Vork   Chii ..
Boston   London, Manchester, P.tri-. Glasgow,   often thej   varj  as BESNER A BESNER
much in their characters as d-i the men of one family, who in featur t-- ���.���- k     h
r< ���     le ea
It i- ���".���  ���   il Prince Rupert started off with a hati':: - FIRS! AVENUE, PRINCE iiTPEP.T
poration,   After we had .ill decided, a? ii wer<
kind of .i were       . l    try to live up t<   I   il      .-. ter
was very different from the oni
was forced on us    I tracts of which we knew nol
and wanted nol ng about our necks.   .'-. .
v.ul^ were di- i        indicap,   And il is a hai .
the hopes we h it we would sh Pati    -
him- thing of what ' .--
But just as the man who throws awa; ----.-.
him in
from its ideals.   At every crisis il .-      '.'.
are you goii ��� I        - ��� isks
Since the i ity w is incorp ratcd.it has    .    . m    ���      -   - _
i-.-r. Party ;* ������ ��� i
l-ew i-.a ape it.    It i- an inl in till
��� ���
Now well out of our blood
come for . . .
and Labor, to face I
to in i.    ���' . ty shall we make?
T.ik-
will ^e,i, tsk thc      /���:-.
of thi   I   mpscan I
an el< . On any one of the pi
ositioni itisthi crelemcni {factor    '.'.
wati rworl works, wi
need        eet i 01 their destrabi
The - over whal
.1 \ . be bcstowi ihe guise ol
day's labor, or a bona fide piece of civil enterprise      ��� ��� e\-ery man
in rel . ���   will d i an i. ��� ��� - ���: where his
liabilit) ; ai  'gcrvii es rendered" i
- ight.
So too, with thc Tsimpsean Power Con projects   thi
material enough to prove both thai civil owni ucccss and
thai it i- .i failure.        I  ���-     determining    q ii 'Are we
K'*.d enough and hones) enough to run these enterprises for the p
bencfil alone, or mu i wc gel a privi tc i impany to cine in and ai t as
trustee inr the public, in return for the profil it can make?"   The
question of "Can wc raise the funds?" takes second place n. that
The question ol "Whal kindol city arc wcgoii g to make?" depends
upon thc kind of citizen each man and woman proposes to be. To
the discussion of tin- question "How best to make Prince Ruperl a
good dty" we invite the assistance ol .ill who arc interested. Were
it nol thai any prize we could offer would be wholly incommensurate
to the benefits someone mighl confer on the community, we would
feel like offering a prize for thc besl contribution,
How do you propose t" answer the problem?
Euys Iton a-    :i   ���-���
main street tt >.   ���
Buys   Furr..-
wo year-    I
ToUat ar.ai bat
Cash    tint
200 Rooming
Z ft        ar.d  basement      : I
-   0 monthly.
(79 C   Buys Furr..-
*P I LO    .. , f    J;
���   n 1.    Rent $-!"!���
"ASK UNCLE JERRV
���
- . ..
ANNIL Ul'SSALLEM
\..,..  -   |a;   ;.. more Geoige5
evei   with  numerou
r  a   sl are   in   Prince
,  . ittoi   - H tribution
ti a- Kii g.
$1900
: .- - -   :���-��������� ���   '. I -- tm
���.-   :.   '.:  -..���   UeMwkii
- . a cc-;*'.ior. . ��� rt
���: .-.ton   to  purcUM   the   I
--",-.-."-1 ��: �� |o��! piaated ��bou-. t��
.......       rivti
���     .:.,_..  -.r.rr.ce  .��'.   -
-
-  I -..       .i   ���:���'��� ��������� '���:
r :����� c... *t. i tl -
...  -������. I     I----: -���       I +mi_r
.- .. ��� :.:..��� .-
.-. pro.f*Ktor. .:.'.��� * .
I _*���%tm th* 1...+ .--
.  .   _ ���-*>,: (.laoteJ ���    .
I '.be forks ol '
.    ���     ��� itS I
���       .
- Rifle A-.-' iation
5 tonij ���' e C< url R n.
re ii vited toattend.
- : will preside.   'I he
(tied  to dia uss im-
-   is tion matters.
. \;r_-
CHAKLK
Irxr.tA ���
5kma Ia**.c I) j'.nct���Uair.c*. a..'' -
I thU I I :.:*. .-��� I :���-
��r ft   P^r Acre.    1"' 1 ;   ��� .        . o����u^��!��)n prosj*cu:
���POO   buildings inel ** *ym*****
riig. Landing, (mite (
$   mm    *,..*_-.       1
I n   i tr Acre.     ...
-  *J     trnil      ���-   '.-.:������
dollar of his income
- ge m in  must render a
, juivalei t of service.
dollar  spent  the ad-
isewifc will Becure full*
ilue.
$50 :
Per Acre.   J
.-������-.
IKANl IS
.       ������ - ���
... :   a
t...
farm buildings include- .     ���   ��� *        .-,.
l*t mie irom raiiwa;.. r
" l omasficir-s* *'. * post plutl ���
.   .   .   ' -    " . -    -
��� ���
��� *.*���
HKENTON JOK:
five ;.   at* .��� .������ ��� .  * .!���
in one an<i two year-.
'ASK UNCLE JERRY"
$17,500
���:.
��� ��� u
$2500
l of payment can Ia- ar:    .
^finoo
fVVV   HoUS( ���    cr��j;s. it..rn..
$5500
PRINCE RUPERT \E
ANNEX
- .
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Excellently     I
it, i
'   ��� ��� ���       " .-
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Rales: Sl to S3.50 per day.
G. A. Sweet, Manager.
,    wj tern . ._,,,._���,��� ���
. .- -
chains.
I
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Buys Mr.-   P.o. -
witl ���   ..- . *.~*..a- ::���..���
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prion
30 1 OU
ith. si1 i -      - ���..,,,,.
MftA "*>
OJUU   i
I*., r.u'.ic- ir.��; I. Joan I., lilt!
-'"nd lo
.*��;a.n   lo   pAtch-m  thr   !��� .
I at ��� |a..;   |alsilH sboul
lorka ol
.. i ..::.���:-. ��� ���    chsins
chains.
tr.��-r.e* *���
���      ���   . -.. J.iilN I.   '.!..a II,.1.1.
room House in sec-  Nb.Ua rnacbS.Pratra.AfMi
Mi.de rn conven-
rlct ol i aawisr
',... r.ui.r.      . .  Irr-ltrack Cameron
ii - ' ' '"   (���-������������
"     tl  ���       ��� io a|>pl> for i*nr.union to |,urci..
." ���    ��� .  .���
utociai st   a  |��a.i   |,iar,',��J  alaa.ji tnr����
���   ii  .VK-font   ' ���*������:* ann Hat
tha?nc* souu.   N  cl.sir...   tl.^nc*    ���
t* A-* ������  aorta  "u chair., n.rnc.   east su
eba - *
'���ASK UNCLE JERRY"
lat. Ma> It. I rar.ci. .-. I'reslon. A|en(
C Ifi fl                          We are 'itT. r   ���
11UU   ��� 	
;.  - -nr*.
"ASK UNCLE JERRY"
$2700
14 7    "
��r. 5.     M'
_\m*J*m_h
��� *���    .. : :*���     * " ��� ���    '.'. <:* T>\_ZTlf-
.*������*��� (or I OaQdinffi Grtnd
���   ." vm bt no lw d il *���' I   i:' Ct until 4
Ui '���**���-���_.   M��>   IS.   1911,  for thc con-
:   of a Public Ouildir.g at  (irind Fork*
;*cirication ind (orm of contract can be
.   i (orm�� o( ter.dt-r ol tairttj  kt  thf oilier
"���   Wm. Hcndcrwn. rca��trl arcbtttd, Vic
��   ;  .C^tt tbt pott        ���   ' n   1 Korku, and at
��� lanment.
I'ffwM   trr.dfrinj   an    notift      thai   it&dan
-  ���    . eoatldtrtd ���*.   ���  - on thi-Jprinted
forma   rapftlM    tad   ���.-.<:   witl   ibtir  actual
and places o(
ct.    In tht ca�� "f rr--. tba actual M(t*
naturv. the nature of tti- i-ccuj a:ion, and place of
n o( each nu nbtj "f tJ *��� t;rm mut bo
���
Baaa !��' aeeompanW hy an ac*
crpted ebt^ut <n a cfaaittrtd bank, payabla to
-    ��� ���   UtalatM of Public
.     . ���   ���.���;.*(��������  :" i r. . f tba amount
r.f the  ��� ��� rorfthad if tba panoa
��� *��� r .j ������   a ti ��� 'r.o't whan
��� .   ���.. oomplaia ti i work
������   ��� ���   .. r ba sot a
��� - .rr��^J.
���    ��� ���!  bind it^lf to acci-pt
tbe lo-*        *        ��� ndar.
i      - i -
R, < . DESROCHERS.
Sterttarjr.
I��epanrr.ent - *  i
OtU   ..
Xtwi aid f< r tl.i* advert be-
������   ���   ������-���:���     mm the
Dapaita 2
LANI) : URCHASE NOTICE
Skeena Land Dbtrict���Districl of Coaat I
Take   notice   that   Kdith   Alice   I -   .
Ikkg,    Yorkshire,   Kngland,   oeeupatlon   -
intends to apply for permisaion to pure
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at th�� -   itl .  -
corner of surveyed lot 39&1, Rjtnga .',, i    , ���    . .',
trict, thence north along the easterly Umii
said lot 35 chains more or l(*s to tb   -
limit of Lot88S6, Rant* o, cr*an dlltriet.
eist along the eoutheriy limit of the last mentioned
lot  60  chains  to   a   point,   ther.ce la    I
erly direction 33    chaina    parallel   to   I
easterly   limit   of    lot   3991,   ther.ce   ir. I
erly     direction   60   ehains   more    or    h
the point of commencement containing gj    una
more or lesa.
EDITH  ALICE CRUWTHFK
Dated March 8, 1911.
Pub. March 26.
Skeena Land District ���Dutrict of Caiaur
Take r.otice that  I,  Perry  Quaaoan *i  Prioea
Rupert.  B. ('.. oceupation prospector,   ���
apply   Wf   permi.��sion  to  purchase  the foil  -.-,.
if-cri: e 1 lanls:
Commencing at a post plant*.--! in the vidniur
of Coo* Hay, about three-eights of a n.
of the  mouth  of the bonanza Cr��ek,  a:
on  the  aaatariy  boundary  of  Tin-.U-r  Limit .No.
, v>l Of Na S5880, thence south 40 chair.i alor.j
the easterly limit of said Timber Limit St
, r No B6280 -JO chains, thence ea.��t to the shore of
Gorwe Bay. a dUtance of 40 chains more i.* ;,!..,
thence northerly  along the shore of t;.. -   | ,
40 chains more or leas, thence westerly i
I more or less to point of commencement, cor.tai'ing
' 160 acr��*s mote or less.
Dated .March 7, 1911. PERRY QUEEN'AN
Pub. April ".
Skeena Land District���DUtrict of Coait Range 5
Take notice that William Franklin Carpenter
of Prince Rupert, R. c., occupation restaurant
keeper, intenda to apply for permission to purchase
the f lUoarIng described land :
Commencing at a post planted at the south east
corner of surveyed Lot   1712, therce B0 chair.i
south, thence about 35 chains west to I   -
thence 20 cbains r.mh.  thence 45 chair.s  west
thenee about 25 chains north to Lot 8068. thence
about 30 chaini east to snuth east corner of Lot
���\Q*a**, thence about 35 chaina north to Lot 1711,
thence about 55 chains east to point cf eonu
ment; containing 180 acres, more or less.
Dated Keh, 16, 1911.
Pub March 4.
WILLIAM FRANKLIN CARPENTER
Ska na Land District���DUtrict of Coast It-nij 5
Takt nottct that Banjamin Ruaasl Rice J
I'rince Rupert, B. C, occupation waiter, (standi
to apply for permission to purchase tht fallewtaf
describtJ lands:
Commancing at a post plantad 65 chains south
from tha south east corne of Lot 3060, thanea tfl
chains west, thence 65 chains north, thence TO
chain* east, thence 65 chains aouth to point U
commencement: containing 455 acres, more or
Ie�� Post marked B R. R.. S. B. Cor.
Dated Feb. 13, 1911.
Pub March 4. BENJAMIN RUSSEL RICE
S3000
S2625
S50
r rant ���   r.e Ston on S.-c
���. _a x 47.
7a���� Mtia I r.   ������   -I PriBM Itu-
in.   to
-:.usK.n  Ut  purct-.as.  th*  fulluains
S1000 w'ou"                    **********
vauuv mm*.                                                                     "I tlw Uhlt* and H��i
- - ���     , .                                                        "r" *****, Itmt.et *tt cl.air..
COT1 r-ntt   Store and ����st. tur.w ���                 itk, iiinn so chairj.
��� ������    I'.ankinit District  *'"*������ y*
"ASK UNCLE JERRY"
$800
��� :r MCtion 1.
for lialanc.
1
Priea
/
Royal Hotel | $840
$550
$600
THE
Cor. Third Avenue and Slx.h St.
I        '        |       ���   ���
: ��� ���  ��� ��� ���
anai iuan
H'atanil ra.l.l uth��.
raofa ami
rPnU'irant
M.na.n kvii.
���������a.   I..'    It) aal   I    S.-IST
.- .. j   t.r. I.  b��l  I srrj ul I'fir.cv
Kup*r-. li. i .    , ������ ,,,|,|j
rmmm It.. t.,*.Ut.,_. 4ncril>.-'l
ir.andm at a |K.��t  (ilantvl   I   t.
and   II
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It.*,��� ���._��:  ... cr.s r...
I'St^l     'a     ��� Jl.HS     HllllMlT    l\.   |    ,
Pab. Ma. ; frsr.c ��� 1  it. nt, A��.nt
lak*  r..,t tr   tl.at   I.   Mar- ,,   ..
llu|HTt. II. ( .. ocru|.ai nr, n��r:,.i Maw
���'  apply lor p��rrr.Us.or t.. pvnbaa. it* Mluainii
i lar.d.:
��� -i,encini( st a p<��t plar.tH ahout thrtran.l
"t 111 scLtion 6.     price  S��**__*!* ***V*J* ������"������������"���ulir dlfwtlgn
_.     .      ..... .    , <***"*, �� >'l��'d -I'.-ail-l. Ir.air, ia
���Mirj.i.   (h,ih1 terms on lial.      tr* mm* loud" tr.. ladaa Hmxi.t    i,i,c*.a.i
I'm--  lnt I.        ���.! .��� Ii- '" rtmirm_   ���*"'"' ���*""''   ""  CU '���������  tla.rr..  �����t   ��
BUyi lot in M'Ctlon it.     Price   ekalna, ihiaic-a nortli N than, la potal ..i ma-
Price itlRtl ' '".''"'��� *-""" '��� " '"' ***-* *-**>"��� "r !"������
rle-a-                                        I'.^IA,,,   I4.ii.li. MAK1IIA U.l.h
Puh. Ma>  It.
���ji,:��
lot in section  5.
is a snap f.ir ca��'i.
I-    I two lota  in  section.").
Bu;   terms.
WHY TAKE CHANCES   SEE
I PATTULLO & RADFORD
WORKINt.MANS HOME
Spring Btdi, clean WhlU Bboeti 25c
Rooms 50c
BEST   IN   TOWN   FOR   THE   MONE}
J. GOODMAN. Proprietor
SECOND  AVENUE,  POR
SAFE
DEPOSIT
///</���: INSURANCE
REAL ESTATE
BOXES S
��� ��� '^^i, vm*** vm ��� i&��m immm
; once it* WC li.-u .��� manv demands by mail   5 rh" "',' ,h,'"w' '""h '" "*"'' '��� ""���*���"��� '�����"''
r* in       i   i,r'"n ���***���*���Kh" dw��" "> ���������"�� quart- ^"^n^n^i;::,^^',;;,,^^."''"-
..varand Hotel..""l,y""'"'""""���irriv" ,,"r"'     Rb^ur'mh        w��c��
I   AM daily asked my opinion as to tin'   sk.aroa l.an.1 lii.trirt    Dl.triM .,1 f.���.t n.ti.r I
1   permanent Valuat   ,f n al   . state   In   n t'"." "I.1? **"' [' J **""*'* ********* ���>' Mac
I, ; ��� ., <stau    ill    |lU|..rt.  II. ( .. mrupatnn  I'lackum th, Intm.l tu
I mice Kupert for ii -, ntffitnt     To all V^JS BH*** '" t*t*m��m thp Mkrwlai
raeh .nqulrlM I hom tly lUt.that any jBaHMgrai ���i.n,...i ���,������, Uf����d
I rince Kupert  prop. rtl��,   ���  ���r���S(,nt t^WVll'SSSSlS^
Valuation*,   are   a   t.0,���l    Inveitmenl *__* JLT *m*S*tSm lad aiiRtairnfthMn^��S
butladvta.mycll.ntawho are da.lr- SJ^^^TioWl'a _\*lT**ttmS.
OUI of taking ad Van I jn nf "snaiis" tr,   ?'���'"".'"'���'>'���, "'"'"'"'"K **m ��rn- mnr.. or 1���,
invaat only when- .������. Sng, nr��� ���!,���,��� J "-" ��' "��� "'"���    J- �������*"*���*��� ��&an
much below pm.ni ,���arke, ,���,,,.ati,,,,,.; i[T.h:k^^:iri:'^���^-'^,;m'--rrinw
WK nri' llllle to pi, .   ,,,, forourcllonta   t,,iT."i'   r   '  ' S��P��U"> marri.il .om.r,, inl.nil
��h0 h.V. ri',-'   Sfc  �� SZl  ;;;""l;1-1 ^"""""n '" "" "���"""'Wln��
> ments rood proptrll,   ,tfrom ��) to 10 ...i/h^M m^TJttti\XT^
��   percent. I.elow tha ,, arkct by  careful   �� V," \!Z'.7' ESS   5 **i *SSa��
* watching of fluctuation, and ah.��� *** t_SSS__ ,hPn"- ~u,h �� *** ���***"
Hotel Central
Cor. Fir.t Ayp.
nnd  7th Strest
Bumpttn nnal Aiai.Tia-Hn plan, itaani
iiiaaita 'I. morlet -a RinvenlaneM. Hntr.
11410 to tt.K> ftt das. |
Ppt��r Blaak
Propriplor
Districl < I' a-aiar
Tak�� none, that Chriatian A. Iprv. A Stikine.
��� TC-j|aation i .���'..!!.. ia:' or. ir.'pr ts to appl.
for perfusion to | urchase the (olios.n.' 'ie^-nla^'l
a pnring   at   a  port   planted   alwut   three-
��� ������ nl a mila   north ea��t Iron (ilarier Kiffle
���he eart hat.k A >t:kir.,- RJ ir and on the
south sid. of the mo-.ith of a UtU. a-reek, thenw
.    crAir...  thence  north  **) i-l ains.  thenre
aest   4e chair,-. .'a.   In phsins to point
ol eommeneement and cnntair.ini ICO acres more
Dated F.h. 10,1911.    CRR13TIAM A. TBRVO
Pub. A;.,ai ?
���MM I^nd Ii|��lnct    H..trict of yueen Charlotte
Ulat us
1 ��� ��� " si i .i Uorpky(ol V___t_*tte,
II. C. oceupation eomnmdal traveller, Intends
to appl} for prrmtssii t . | rchaae the folloaing
ale��cril��e.i lar.ds:
Commencinf at a po��l planted about seven
miles ��wt and one mile routh from the mouth
of -tar.l;. ( ri-ek. Naden Harbor, thence north Ml
clains. ti..- pp -*.-.t 40 chains, Ihence south 10
Pt.ai-.., tlj.ai p.' paa��t 10 c ina.
Dated March IT. 11,11. J. II. Ml KI'IIV
I'ul.   tprlatf, Numa Iiemini. Afent
>keer.a Land lii.irict     lli.trict Bl Cassiar
Take r.aa'i,..  11 at   I.  Mar.v  ( arin  of  Stpaart.
��� a-pupatia.n n-.arri.-d woman, intend to apply
M ��� ��������� iMion to |.urcha��a the folloainit d.ssrr,l>e<l
land.
-encinf at a po.t plant.il tan J. nulii
south and   fl  tan miles a.iat of tl-e li.rks of thv
���>   ������   n-.| lial  rivm, ti.inr.   'ii chains north,
llns ��.��t. Ihence su chains south,
���h. r.pp hi chain, .-a-t.
IMI. MAIM   I AKIN
'������ I*. Francs S. Preston. Afent
Manna Land lli.trict     llistrirl ol Cassiar
...""''"'  ,h*'   '���  lv*">   t'nain   of   I'rinn-
HUpnt II   i      ippu|.atlon lali.n-r. Intend lo apply
"r [.rani-sion to |mrpha.e the lollaiair,,; .1,-critHil
' ��� m-nennni! at a po�� ialant.il about -J t�����
outh ol the forks of th,. White ami Flat
rima, tbenc. south Mi rhains. thenre east Mi
chains, tl. an north Ml ch.ins. th.-n.i- v��...t M
el a i r. *.
tall I  Vi.nl II, HUI. J,,||S  fNWIN
raa.Mai II. FNarias. .tmtttm, Anal
inrnu Und Dlrtrict���District of Caasiar
Take notice that I. Alfnd llptr>man Williams
".   I'riinia   Kutiprt,   II.  < .. occuiiation  merchant
intend  to apply lor permission  to purchase the
(���allowing daMTIMd lands-
Commencinf at a post planted about i2) two
nn:.i s.iuth nl the forks of the Whits' and Flat
rivers, UMBO. SU chains aouth, Ihence BQ ebaJni
west, thence SU ihains north, thene.' SO chains
<a.t.
M.FHKD   HKUKVMAN   WILLIAMS
Dated April Is. IK11.      F"rancis S. Preston. Afent
I'uh. Ma.i  If.
Skeena Land District     District nf Cassiar
Take  notice  that   I.   Isaac  D'llrien   Forbes  nl
1'rinp.a Kupert. II. C. occupation carpenter. Intend
to apply (or pprmission to purchaxa the followinir
ikMriMd lands: *
ComiMOttag at n post planted alinul ti\ mili-.e
south and one mile west ol the lorks ol thpWhite
���nol  Flat  ri.ers, thence north  Ml chnit.-.  a	
west   SO chains,  thence south  SO chain*,  thence
������a.t SU chains.
Datnl April IS. 1911.  ISAAC uilKU.v FdKIIFS
I'ub. May III. Francis S. 1're.ton. A|ni
Skcna Land District I��i��triot ol Cam.t Kanfe !i
Take nut ee lhat I. John I nn Pttmol I'rlnrr
llii|aprt. D. ('.. occupat on clerk, intend to loot*
lor iiermission to purchase the lollowing dwr.bed
lamls:
I Commencinf at a posl planted ��l������,t Ulna ���n
one-hall miles distant n a south WMterty il rict ',,.,
(mm a lallnd sloufh Irom tlloervntorv Inlet .!,._.
tke same touches the Indian He.,,,,,. ,l"Z
will SU rhains. thence north Ml rhain,' ihonp,.
ea��l so ehaina, Ihence aoulh sn chaini to Mini ,,
commencement, conlalnl.if Dili aere. ,,,,,���.,���!,"
I'ai'p'l April II, 1911. JOHN |\ XN ,,, .'".**
I'ub. May 13. "���"'
Skeenn ljind District-District of C  I
Take notice that I. Leslie E, Walter, of Vancouver. H.C.  aK-cupntion prospector, intends to apply for permission t,i purchase til. fottowiB!    ��� ������
crilaii lands:
Commencing nt a post  plantcl an.l n: a
B, W'.'s S.K. cairner and  immediately aai.
P-ist mnrknl \V.A.*s N.W. corner; ther.f':   rtl
chains,  thencv west N' chains,  tl ��� ���   I
chnins. thence east ni ehaina,  t-. pi
mencement. eontaininf S.i acres, maatp or Imi
LF-SLIE E. WALTER.
Dated 1st Feb.. 1911 Charle. H. All.* .A      ���
I'ub. Feb. 25.
Skeena Land Diitrict���Diatrict ol Coait
Take noticv that  Mn.  L.  C.  Putn.m    I --.
Taut,    Minnesota,   occupation   married   woman
intends to apply lor permUalon to pure: H
(ollowinf described landa:
Commvncing at i post planted at the loutiiwajl
corner ol Lot No. IM] markvd Mrs. L. C. 1'utnwii
northeast corner, thencv west 40 chains, the.-.c.
south 80 chaini thencv vast 40 chair... '
north 80 ehaina to poat ot commencement, con
tatolaf '���,-*) acre, morv or Ivm.
Dated MairchSO 1911. MKS. L. C. I'l'TNAM
I'ub. ADril 15. Gvo. R. I'utnam  Aeon
Skwna Land District -Distnct of Coast Raof*
Take notice that Gvorfo Levick of I'rince Kui1*
11. Oh occupation clvrfc, ir.t ndi to ap|il> ���
pvrmission to purchase the foUowinf d'*cri:
land.:
Commencinf at a post plantvd on sl. r
Lakel*e Lake about 60 chains north vast from oj'
of aaid lakv iLakelae River, thenee H
north, thenee about GO chains east to Laka
Lake.''..--.j-e meanderinf said lak. shof. in a �����
wly dirwtion to point of eomm.nc.ii.nt: ea:
taininf 80 acre, mor. or Im.   Post n-...-kvi Q
S. W. Corner. 	
Dat. I F.b. 14, 1911. GEORGE LK\ It
Pub. March 4.
Sk.s-nn Land Dirtrict- Districl ol Colrt Karv I
Takv notice that Italy Ronton OQdarn*
Victoria.  II. C, occupation  hciisekevpvr.     '
to apply for permission to purchase tne tollowlo.
alt-eril-al land.:
Commencinf at a poit planted at the mutl
corner ol Lot !".��. Kanfe 5, Coasl Dlrtrict
N t-l.iiini. south thencv 40 chains   east, thei
chains north, thence 40 chains west  t" ;���
commenement, eontaininf ll'JO acres mon-'r ���' V;
MARY BBATON GII.DKKSI.il w
Dat.il April 17. 1911.
I ub. May 6.
Skeena Un.l District ���DUtrict ol Coasl I
Take notice thai Alesamler HdntOW ol ��'
eou\er,   II    C.   oecupatlon   real   estate
intends to apply for permUsion to purclioi' t-
foUowinf di-scrilaed lands:
Commencinf at a post plant.il 40 chaa-
from Ihe southwest corner ol Lot 995, thvl
chaini louth,  thence 40  chnini weit. Utw
ehalns north, thence 40 chains vast  to point "I
commenement containlnf ll'-O acres more or m*
Dated April 17. 1911.
ALKXANDKK MciNTil-li
I'ub. May 6
Skeena Laml DUtrict ��� Diitrict ol Coast Kanfe ���
Take notice thai I, Lauchlan John Shsnalmf 01
Victoria,   il.   ('.,  occupation   teacher,   u  ���
apply  lor  permission   lo  purchase the billow.in;
described lands:
Commencinf at a port plantod Hi* chains ��nil��
Iron, the southeast corner o( Lot HOCO, thenc "
ehains south, thenee III chnins wwt. thence It
chaini north, thence 40 chaini eart to point ol
commencement, containing 160 acres mon'
or !��� -
' "ia' .aaaiia.k     ����V    ��.avn   ���������"���--,,,.
...MCIILAN  JOHN  SIIANAHAN
Datnl April 17, 1911.
I'ub. May 6.
Skeena Land Distrirt-District of Coast Hum'
Take notice thin Leltie .McTavish of Vancouo-r,
"��� ���'., occupation married woman. Inlend' '"
���pply for permission lo purchase the lollowmr.
descrihrsl lands:
[fyouhat. cMhfor ]*. KSM^-"'"��'
MM  sn chains.
' \prll II
av 11.
Read The Daily News
����,. t,k
FOR   SALE
""�� Hull Alley,.
"I eountar, rhni
mat ta
t. ALU K M. KNOUOS
"."���I "-   rreoora.  \,aer���
11 '*_   lotwi   Wall
""���'I tiilil.... pt,.
I"lek sale.   Apply
H. |  Rn,,   ..    ""���" ***** Apply
ni~t~t\*ttZn **___*���* '
*_*+\_rs_mm_St^m. ~ "ttm   t-f >.f.. r f
K oi nuBCUatiODJ antl chances
by our staff. If you nave casli f.,r in-
vestment nml nre lool inir fur real hue
Jeremiah   H    _t__*\_*, 5s ?��S 'h""r * J"":::: Z!Z
Jeremiah   H.   Ugtor B0p�� ^g^gg^
Skepna Land District    District ol l���a���  |i,��������� . j
T.ke no-���.,(,��� Murdock Men,. ���l\ a  e^v,.;'I
II    -   ,   ..caiipalton real estate broker, Intend,To
,l'-erll.,.;r|s'nT      '"   '     V""'''""   ""  '"���,"*'*''
"ouin. tnence hll chains east,  thence no eiie��-
nonh, thence 40 chains west, ihence HU clnn
south, thenee HI chains west to poit of commin-
ei'inent, eontaininf 40U acres more or less.        ._.,
Dated Mit- _, 1911. LKTT1K MeTAMS"
I'ub. May IS. Fred W. Ilnhler. Agonl
���km. Land District    District ol Const lUngi
lake notie,. that Grace McTavish, ol Vancouver.
B, ('., occupation mnrried woman, Intendi to JPPo
[or permission In purchase the (ollowinf deseril''-
lands:
Coinmencinf nt a posl planteil nt Ihe siaii-1""
e.ariier  lull chains onit  and  20 chains north i"
UM noiUMUl corner ol Lot tilt, llarvey'i Surve. ���
I unsl   liiaalrlet.  Kanfe  I.  Ihence -10 ehninl ea-.
Ihenre Ml  chnini  north,  thence  40 chnlii"  **
-lienr,. gg chains south to post ol comnienci'meni
eontalnllii! NO ncrea more or lew. ���, ,,..,.���
Ilat.il May 2, |.,||. CRACK  McTAJIs'
rub. May ll. Krc.1 W. Uohler, Afi '���'
Commenplnf at  a BMI  ti|H���t,.,|    ���  ,,, .
bank ..I Kx.hiimslk. river tbeUI Dv�� , i,
, it. e.,n-lue,,ee will, lhe .-keen, r,V,,r ' .
: chain,  we.,,  Ihenee 20 ch.ln.  north   ,,,''
Chan,   wesl,   Ihence   40  chain,   nonh    . ,      !
Chan.   ea...   thence  20   chain.   .,���.��� ' "
chains east, thence 40 chain, s,������h ,,   ,, ���    *.
eommeneenien,, containlne 820 ncr.a, ���,������'. ,'",''' ,  ...,.,n to post oi vo, .-	
���?l.   M.';'' . ''""'��� M'  l'D''CK   \|,|tu     *,"���"","I'-f 1160 acri's more o   l���s. ���.,-,���
lub. May U. '"\l.   Dated May 2, 191).     WILLIAM A. McTAN IS"
'lit,       llMI    ��� *. a     ... s .     .    I  \ .'.   ' I I
Skii'im Land District    Dislrici nl Coasl
MM nilice thnl William McTavish ol >����<���"";
;-r. II. I . nccupatiun phvilcian, Intends lo ��P!">
"r |.er���i|.,l������ ,��� purrhas'e Ihe lollowlnf imm*m
Inniii:
Ciinimeii,-ir,8 al a posl planted al the souiji"''
eorner.  Ill ehalni north and 40 chBini easl ol n��
northMUl   crner ol  Lot   1116,   llnrvev's Survet.
"ii.i   llistrirl.   Uanfe B,  thenco 60 chnini ����
hence 1,0 chains  north,  Ihence CO chains *_***
I  aeaaa...   Oil   nl..a..    .     .' .       . ���iaa>aa'llt
lenre i.ii chain, north, thence CO chnltil ��'""'
llience Ml chnins south lo port ol eommeneenien'
coiilaitiintr :ll.n ���,..,.. m,,.�� ���. I.-*
���..... ���,���.  <
I ub. May 0.
I 1.1.1 A.M    A.   ftlC.'.' ������    .
Fred W. Uohler, Afent THE    DAILY    NEWS
\-
ND I'1
RCHASE NOTICK
, District-District of Coast
Range 5
,irli [   Fred Garton, oi
'",",',!;,!,-,. B.C., occupation far-
ki
;e   It'll
ill
ins
nini'
i cast
, i tii'inlilv for permission tu
ITe following described lands:
1 ������. -u ;i post p anted at the
"SfSnir oi surveyed lot 1987,
' - ',.,i i district, thence north bu
/";,.; slough; thence weat 28
l! ,',���.,. south 60 chains! thence
% clmina to the point of com-
*i"ent' FRED. tlAUTON
ted February 26th. 1911
��l
Bertion Mar. U
r none
I, HI
im.--
Dlstricl ol Com! Rann i*
I, lira   Miienrlni'.v  "I  I'rinee
Ion miner, Intondl to apply
,������,.,. ll.e lollowini ilescrilli'd
, pou plnnted on tho wuth
Itivor al""'1 8 '-- mill's '"""
M' ,, liver   .ml aliout
I .chuniilki rapid., ihenc- sn
Id chaini out, thonoo <)
.i ihenn   i" chnini weat to point o
a"   a'.',,.   . ai   lining   MO   acraa   more   or
utunenl.     ���       , ��&w  m��
.    J iiknkv MACARTNEY
lp.-il ���'���
.    i Diitricl   Dlitrict ol Coait
<"','     '       |    William   Melville  Corley
 tupatlon  '���lerk.  Intend
;, ,��� iinrelinse lhe lollowinK
planted al tha northweat
; ,., , s, Cout DUtrict, thencc
rth in ehalni, thonco wwt
Gat. ilounh, tlience don.
ol commencement, Conor Ion.
. i.\M   MELVILLE CORLEY
, i and UUttlcl    Diatrict ol Cout  Rnnise B
���u�� ihi   I. ''I""*"* A-   Vuui!lm"  "
,     ccupitlon merchant, intend
,  to purehau tha lollowlnj
; , port planted on tha nuth
,'.,,., :���,! .bout (our milea.
 th the Skeenu Kiver, tlience
��� ii chain nortli, llience so
SO  chlllU south  lo  point   ol
linina i.lu ncres mora or less.
"ll   tiiAKLKS A. VAUQHAN
I
J ! a;    .. a    In iriel ol Const Kunue It
I, Frank llicka ol I'ort  K��-
,   merchant,   inlend   to   upply
. ,   the following de.-crilie.l
.... .a pwi plantad on tha south
Rivor  und uboul  lour
ll ivnco with the Skwna Kiver,
. thenco BO ehaina north,
Ihonco souih su ehuinii
mi i.i. coatalnlag BiO ucres
I, 1911. FRANK HICKS
Apr! -���
i trial   Histnct ol Cout Rann 5
II try Murai'n-t Uillii ol Vic-
II. t'.. uccuii.itimi bouaakaaptr. intendi to
Lr p-niii".    to purchaaa tho loilowinit
:
ii;,iit<'j| ut the north eait
lh. :.ca- 21) chuins west, thonce
a. -j., clmina wmt to T. L
���    .a a-laaiiiis north to Lakelae
.: nld river up ilroum in
Ion to l^lkeln' Luke, Ihciico
. ��� t-a paaint ol cominencoment
1 a m, i""re or le��o.
(narked V.  M. '!., N   K. Corner.
I Feb 11, I'.'ll.
'.
UARY MARGARET (ULLIS
tUal Daniel    '-istrici of Qupiii Charlotte
Qoorga   Friwell   ol   I'rince
r I i aitelier. intendi lo upply
��� a a' tba followiliK d.-aiCribeal
a   i .a,   plunteil   about   aeven
: < - BOUth at the moulh ul
i:    einpties      into    N.i.len
I   ind, thaafio SO chains aouth,
.j  I,  ilta'M'e  SII chuinH  Berth,
;a.a,|lt    ail   CUintUUItCVttU'nl
II.era- aarles,.
lull        GEORGE IUI//.KLI.
Numa Demera, Auent
I landi Laul DUtrict���Diitricl ul i
skii-nu
II   G   .McNab ol I'rince Itu-
I'-   .' Ha    ,i:a-||t,    intend     lO    a|-pl>   '
IQ   | Tai  (aar!    par    CaVll   atlli   J..'tr. i.-l.lll   '
i landi:
, 0 t plantod nt the au   h-o��ll a
i<>.' lh [��� '*   tiruham Uland.
J   -..   MrN..   i  B.   Comar.  thence
north  SO chums,  thencv
J    sil  cIlU'tlH  lO  I'Uilll   III
LAND  PURCHASE  NOTICE
Sltoonu Land Districl���Diatrict ol Quuun Churlotto
IhIuihIh
Taka noiico that Goorit" w. Arnott oi i'rinco
Kupert,   U.   (.'.,  oecupatlon   reul   estule   broker,
Intanda to upply lor permlulon to purohua tbo
[ollovvinii dworlbed lundi:
Commonolns at a post plunted about  ..van
miles ntul unu-ltulf lililu wost und uno inile BOUth
Irom the muuth ol Stunly   Crook, Nation llurbor,
llli'iiee   west   -SO clmina,   llience  Hollth   SO   chuins,
thunce oust 80 chuina. tlionco nortli Su chuina.
Dnted Murch 17, l'Jll. OBO, W. ARNOTT
I'ub. April 22. Nuinu Dinners. Agent
Skeenu Ijintl Diatrict-Dlatrict ol Coust Range 6
Taltu notice that Annus Heulon ol I'rinco Ruperl,
II. C, uccupution miner, Intanda to npply Inr permission to purohaaa tbu following descrilied landai
Commencing at n poat planted ut the south
euat corner of Lol 'Mil", thonco   HI chuina weat,
thencu -io chains south, thenw about no ehuins
euat tn LakolM Luko, thence meandering siiiai luko
.laina- in an northerly direction to point of com-
inelieoniont;   containing  170 ucres.  more or less.
I'oat mnrked A. B��� N. K. Corner.
Dined Pab, 11, mil. ANGUS BBATON
I'ub. March 1.
Bkeana Lund Dlitrict���Dlitrict of Coait
Tuke notice that l.John Miller, of Vancouver,
B.C..  oooupatlon butcher. Intanda t" upply for
permlulon to purohaaa tbo followina deacribed
landa I
Commencina ut u post ptuntist about l ohaln
from tidewuter nt the head ut' l.tiaeolllbe Huy, nml
marked J.M.'s N.E,oorner, thence west BOohalna.
thonce aoutb so chalna. thence oust so cbulua.
thanco north BOchalm, to puint of eomtnanoa-
inolit. contnininK tall- neies more or less.
JOHN Mil.I .Kit,
Dnted 1st l'Vb., Hill Chnrles 11. Stillk. Ak'i'nl
I'ub. Pab. 25
Stikine Lnnd District  -Dstrict ol Cussiur
Take notice thut  Sydney   Hoilnkinsoii of Tele-
Urupb Creek.  B. C, oooupatlon clerk, iiitotnls to
apply   lor   permission  to   purchuse  the  following
deacrilieil lund:
Commancing nt u pust planted ubout u quartaf
mile norlh oust Irom Glneier Rillle and on Ihu eust
bunk ol Stikino River, Ihence eusl 20 ehuins
thencc nortli III chuins, thence west 20 chuins,
thence south -III cliuins tu poinl ol commencement
und contuiniiiK Ml acres more or less.
Duled Keb. II, lull.
SYDNEY IIODGKINSIIN
i'ub. April 7. CA. Tervo, Aitont
Slikine Lund Dialrici    Diitricl ol Cussiur
Tuke nottce tlmt Chrliliuu A. Tervu ul Stikino
It C . occuputiun cuaioma ulbcer, Intemls ,.�� nppiy
for iit-riui.sion lo purchuse lliu lollowinK llMllnnen
lunds:
Comtiiencini; ul n post planted ubout IS chuina
north waat ol the cusiunu. ���....���...... ,��� nt Sukine,
R. 0*. thencu west 20 chuina. llumee louti 20
chaint. tbence eust 20 chuina. thenc nurth 20
chuins lu point uf commencement und contalnum
10 ucrea mon' or les..
limed Keb. Ill, lilll. CHRISTIAN A. TERVO
I'ub At.rl 7
LAND  PURCHASE NOTICE
LAND  LEASE  NOTICE
Const Laml District District of Skeenn
Tnke notice that I. I'uiii Brendler, of
Porcher [aland, occupation farmer, tn-
tenil to apply for permission to louse
the followini; foreshore: Commencing
nt ii post plnntcil ulioiit 12 feet from lit..'
location post of lot I'M on Porcher Islaiul. thenoe in a southerly direction
tollowing hi|(li water murk 1200 feat;
tlience west to low wuter mark; thenco
northerly followini; low water mark
1200 foot; thonco oast to point of commencement,
PAUL BRENDLER,
Dntotl March T. l'.ill.
Kirst insertion Murch 11
Bkaana I-und Diitrict -Dlalrict of Const Ranire -
Tuke nutice Hint I Seve.ln A. Tallander of I'or.
eher Island, occupation ihlp master. Intend to ap.
ply for permission 1,1 lease the followinK de
acribel forvlhoro:
Guaunondna al a posi planted ut the N.W. oorner of liil l'.t~l. thence weit to low water mark.
thonea south tilainit low water murk 2o chaini
inaare ,ir l.v.s. Ihenee c.n��t lo S.W. .-..iiit-i .af l.>t
I:tu2. tbence north nlontf hluh water mark ihelna
the worlerly U.unilnry of lot MOD ���_:. ehllu niaa,,-
or leu to point of ciimmeneement aad eonlninlna
ull fuieshore In fr,mt of lot lurj.
SKVKRIN ALKXANDKK TAI.LKNDKK
Dnt.slMureh '.-. lull.
I'ub.  Murch Is.
Bkaana Uml Dutrict    Diitrict of Coaat
Take  notice thai   William   Munlor.1 I     I'ri-ie.
Rupert,   lt.   C,   aeeupation   proipeetat.   inten.li
to  upply  (or  iM'rmiminn  to loan,  the'Mowing
daeenUaa lands:
t-,inimencintt at a p-m pUnt.sl alatut 100 chain-
south ol the Indian R, -<-r.,- on tlu* eait Mile ol
Go��im> llay and un the isul nide id the pen insula.
thenee aoulh so chaini along ihitrr, litems' we-t
���  11. J. G   McNAIt
Wilson Gowinit. Agent
Diatrict of i aa.it Rang.' V
ll   Jack   lli-allor.l   ol   Rouble;..
uccupation   over-looker,   lit-
!��� r-Jai.iaan    to   purchi   ���     ill-
|l   ...��.-.I ail   a tn.il.l    ., the
- r limn BaU8 and in
n . "I lol  ������**���.  I.nut'' ������   i ".-I
il i llmlta Internet, Iheew
ll    i.i   lot    .I'.IMI .   .ii I
> rvol in an aaatariy d, -ctlun
Haa-    Wl-.lerly    lit.   t   Ot
��� ���lace in a wutbarl} dite.ilon
aa'a'al     lillllt      11     cllUltl.    n.l-r.*
rl) limit ol timlier limit 3077.*.,
lilectlon uloug the last men-
inaire .ar le^. ta, 0,0 fU'tcrly
- ���-'-. thenee in u iiortheriy
moca or leas to lhe point o.
10 chains to Giane Hay, thene.* north along shore
so ebaina. thence wmt 40 ehalni more or la
posi, containing :I20 acre* mt*tv or !.�������.
-. 11-11.
JACK BEDFORD
la.
������ 'net ol Coaal Range 6
I. i lan May Utile ol I'rince
���i.iti..ii  -pilaster,  Intend   lo
'   lo purchase thu  lollowini!
'   '   I   plaatad  at  the nnrth
��� . an;.. .. Coait Di-trict
i   .  thenca north 2."i chulm
in' thanea north 20 chaim
llience ...nil   U chaini tu
-ii.   c.aiu.iiiiing   112   ucrci
���
CLARA MAY LITTLK
���Disirict olfeait K.w- 6
"1 lilun S. IH'tnller ul llorliii,
��� 'I'i.   inleiidi  to   uppl.   lor
'  '     tl'.'    lolloalllg    .Icerila.sl
���  I Mai plaatad ui the aouth'
��� '--,   llience  eust   00 chain!
ith 16 ebaina more or lew.
��� ra or len, thence north
Uolnl   Ol CalllllOial aaa.,I
 re or lew..
'II    l.l.DtlN S. DHTWll.KK
John CanpboQ, Agent
I   net    Disirict ol Coait
'I'lin McArthur d Vancouver
'   -I   Mill agent  Intendi tu
i-ion  to purchase tho lolluwing
l"-l planled 40 chaim w7it
"I' ol the aouthweit corner ol
I Glenn McArthuri n-eth-
'j'lli   lu chuins, thencc ewt
'   north   III chains,  ihence  weat
.'a     \,
���11
is'inmcncemeiit, culitaining
GI.KNN  McARTIIllR
T. D. Lidrd, Agent
lii-tiiet ..I Cunt KnnKc S
.
itai ,.      ',','���'*' "'"liVt
I Wnt, Leslie of Snpperton. ll.C.
"""I Giiiinl. Intendi t.i upplv
>*'���'' Hie following i|,,M,|||k
'I"- i planted 40 ehaina wall
''l'"f the Wost corner of hat N.i
"'-i-nt. mnrked Wm. Leilie
'  tn p ohalni  thanca enst
'   "' W chalna, thenca west s,,
' Il'-iieniienl. e.illtullllngMll
r
���' I'll
WM. I.LSLIK
ID. Liiiid, Agent
l'.-r,.-t.,ll(,,,,.���(-|,ar|���������
,    ' "i'ii.... llnrrison. elCulgary
 '   -I'l'-U'T.    Hue    ,���   ,pp|y
'" piirclins.. the lollowing de,crilK.,i
' l'"-i plumed about 6 1-2
11 �� '"ile south Irom lhe moulh
, y1";'' ','  -n-l'li."   into Nid.m
I        ,,'lt ll m..      ,11     -I.-I .1
'
1   ''"l. !l..Mict> 40 phltni ^nith
;" '��� '��"���""��� 10 chains nurth,
' ' '" POlnl til nininiHiwrnrM
/,;���    'iHir,..trlrM.
CATHBR1NI HAUiuson
Numa l'"ir,r,   \i;..,,t
.   ' .'��� WHIInm John Cwte <���(
,'     ��� woupttlon runchiT, Inund
 '" purcimn,. thc lolkrwlng
.    ,'"' PJtntedftttiNMtthww
'whWB.CoMl Dlftrlet,thrnea
.!,,'(l'   W��t    10 chninrt, thenn.
.   ,   '   "   *WI   10 chains in point
��� KH>UIMH| HO ncni.,  mm nr
18,1    WILLIAM JOHN CORUW
in-. I .March * I'M i        WILLIAM MINKOKD
I'ub. Arril 1 ���
Smm Land DktiM   i>��*iHct o( ComI
Takv ttixire thai (Hi* '. It��rmin of Trincf
itupMt, I' Ci nccupaiton pr^-ix-ctor, tlUandi tr
tpplj foi iHTml-cdon tolraw tha l ttlt����n a* ilr��cnlnN|
lan-U
Conuntndnn at a post j lanir-| aUtti* a iMtuftir
���if a mile from thr mtfiti ��<*���< cocww ���' GUmn
|oiaiii| iii> UM    ��� I QttNHHI Nan'', thrnn- MNltll 10
:l-nn- ��'4��'   '.���tt  i*Mm��.   thrnc ni'tlh  40
chaint.   UtMOl   VM   10   thftiu   10   polnl   ofiOQH
menCi��'iiint. fimtiinmit *0 nctvm nt_\tt*m Ip���� .
OTLS J.  HfcSS.lX
Dated sSUiUtr eh. 1911
BkMM Uml hutrtci    l������trict ti t'owt
Taki*   noiicv that   llumr   ItadtnKtnn  uf  PHnn*
ltu|N>rt. It. i ., occupation martrr marn.*-r. inii-mt*
to  apply  for  prrntiMion  to  U**.**-  thr  Mlowinn
lit-trilHil  lutiil-
ConOMMUII at a |HMt plartiil almul 100 ohains
miuth of thv Indian Ilrwrvi' mi ttw *-*-*X *Mv nf
t Unt-A* Hay nn thr rant ndi of thi< lVnin*wla thrncr
north lOO chains atimit phorr to thv Ut-acrw linr,
thenn- wi>i>t i><) rliain* morv or lit* tn limm* Hay.
tbWMI lot* chains alont: ���hom. thvnw va*l ftO
chalna mon' or lesa to poal, containinu *>I0 terra
mon ur IvNi.
lui'.-i March \ I'.'ll. Ill MK DABINQTON
Tub. April 15.
Water Notice
Notie* i?* hertby Ktvtll that Ul amplication will be mmir under Part V. of
the ������ Winer Act, I90B/1 '*��� obtain a
Ueenee In the Queen Charlotte Division
of Hkeeni plstrlct
(a)   The name, eddraee end oceupation
of the applicant it* Qeorge xoung,
Victoria, UA'.
(If for mining purpoees)   Free Min-
er'e Certlflcale No	
(h)   The name of the lake, itroatn or
���ource (if unnamed, the description
is) Ain Lake and Ain Hivrr.
(C)    The pnint nf diversion at   nr  tK��ar
Ain Lake*
(d) Tho quantity ��>f water spoiled for
(in cubic ffft per second) WOO.
(e) The character <��f the propoeed
works, dam, flume, pipe-line, power
onjrlnes, plant, etc.
(f) The premises on which ths water
in to li? u��t*d [describe tame) at <��r
near mouth Ain Wivi'r.MasM-t Inlet.
(k) The purposes for which thi water
ia to be uned in for power development nnd mill operations.
(10 If for Irrigation, describe the
laud tti be Irrigated, giving acreage.
(i) If the water ia to be used fl r power or mininir purposes, descrlbi  tbe
place When tin* water is tO be returned to Home natural channel and
the difference In altitude betwei n the
point of diversion and point of return
At or near month of Ain EUv*r,about
I5() feet Itelow lake level,
(j)    Aren of Crown land Intended to be
occupied by the proposed works....
(k)    Thia   notice   waa   poated   on   the
fethdsg of April, INI. snd application will be maoe to the Commissioner
on the 20th day of Mny. 101L
(I)   (live the namea ami  eddroilW of
any riparian proprletori or llcenseee
who or Whose landa are likely   t����   DC
affected bjf the propoeed worKs,��thi t
ulwve or below the outlet.    None.
0B0R0B YOUNG.
H. BdenshaWi Agent
P.O. Hox 285, Prince Kupert, B.C.
Noti���One ouUe foot per eecond is
equivalent t<��:v��.7l mineri inch'-1.
^ub. April 89, 1911. **
Bkeena Land Dlitrtot -Dlitrtot of Coait
Taka notloe that i. Mn, John Corley of Prlnoe
Rupert. B.O.i occupation married woman* Intondi
to apply for permlulon to purohaie the followinK
described lumis:
Commenolng at �� poit plnnted 40 ohalni eait
iti.ii i2ii ohalni wuth from Uia louthweit oorner of
lot n;t;i. Coait Dlitrict. Range B, thenoe louth ho
chuinn, thonce oust 40 ohalni. thenoe muth km
ohalni* thonoe weit 40 ohalm more or h-ss to the
point   of   I'timniKni'vnu'nt,   i-ontiiininK  320 ucrt'H
more or \*-^��.
MRS, JOHN (Lottie) CORLE3Y
Ditto Mur. 2D, Hill
Pub. Apr. I. 1911
skit'im Land District��� Dlltriet of Coait Range ���
Tuiu> notloe that Mary Boll Beaton ��>f Vancou
' v��r, B. i'.. oeoupation iplnitor. Intandi to apply
i fur i'ii iihuIou to purehaae the following detoriDU
IuikU;
] Commencing at n post plantod at the north
eaat corner <>f Lot MtiQ, thonce about :io chains
1 north nt Lot 1788, thonoo BO chaini west u Lot
BOSS, thence aboul SO ohalm south to l��.t 8981,
thenee 10 chaim wut, thenee -ii ohalm nouth to
i lx��t 6^-  thoneo 80 ohalni out. thanee 80 chains
' north, thenoe 80 ehalm owl to point of eom*
meneementi oontol ilng 8��o lerei mon-oriufw
Post ma>*ked M. It it, S.B, Cornar,
Dated Feb. 14,1811.     MAltv  BELL BBATON
ub. \lur..li I
Bkeena Land WUtrlol  -DUtrlol ol Queen Chariotte
Islaiul-
Taka notloo thai i'*f<*. ll. i .ui ol Prince Rupert,
ll. v., oeeui ition barber, Intendi to apply for
tHTiiiiwuii  io purehaw  the  following  oeierlbed
fun I Is:
Con nanelng ai i poet plet nd ibout Mven
miles aeal untl i ie mile mth trom the mouih
ofStanlj Creok, Nalen Itarbor, thenco muth 80
cimins, thonoe ti 10 ehalm, thenoe north ao
chuins thenee ���'.�� io cl aina,
Dated March 17, 1011. QEO. II.  I.ATX
I'uh. Anril 22, N'uniit Demera, Agont
Bkeena Laml District    District of Coait,
Take notiee that I. J II. McAuphey of Princo
Rupert, oeoupation miner, intemls to apply for
permiaaion to purchaaa the following oeierlbed
lumis:
Commencina ut a poat planted at the louthwoat
oorner of lot 8849, thence enat 40 chalna, thenco
nouth ti chains, thence west |n chains, theneo
north 6 chaini to point of eommeneement, con*
minimi 2ti acres more or leaa,
Date Feb. 16, ntn J. II. UeAUOHBV
Pub. Peb, tt, inn.        Andrew Kennedy. Avent
Skeena IJttuI District -Dintrict of Cansiur
Take notice thut I Bolcom McDonald <>f Prlnoe
Itopctt. ll.C. occupution luUtror. intends to up
ply for iterini'-'-ion to puichiisf the following '!���'
��crilM>il Inutls:
Oommenelna at a post plantad three and one��
half mile- in an MUtorly direction from the p"int
on Haaa River where the Lave Lake trail '������ '������
uml "io- mile in �� northerly direction from the
rnhtl Lava I -ke ttuil. thence north ���*- chuins,
thence weet v ehaina, thenee eouth 80 ehaina,
th.nce eaat chain* lo point of eommeneement,
containing lit" ucn��*.
Date pub. 8, mu. uom'om McDonald
Puli. Mnr. 1��. JuH'iih Helwny. Auent
.Skevna I*aml Dlstrlcl-Dislrict of Coast
Tuko notice that I. William Amlorton. of Vnn-
OOQeer,   H.C,  iH-cupatitm clerk. Intemls to apply
for permiioonn to purchase the follow inir <l<  . i il.-
vt\ la nils;
Ciminenclnir ul u pont plunteil uml mark.il W.
A. northweat cun. r,and abuut l milo from Aie\-
uixler Kuehun northern Itoumlury lino; thencc
wmlh Ml chains, thence east ni chains thenre
north ki chuins, thence went fti rhnin*. to point of
rommencement. contuininu BIO acren more or lens.
WILLIAM ANDERSON.
D..t. -i 1st Keh. I'll Charles It. Stark. Auent
Pub. KeU 25.
Skeenu Ijiml DbtlM Di-trict of Queen Charlotte
Take nolice that Frank l^-vick of Woo<|ntocK,
Ont., occupation lHMikkeei*>r, intends to upplv
for |n*rmliwiun to purchase the lollowing <le*cnl>c*|
lands:
Commencing at a t*o*A planle.1 alMiut peven
mllea w.-.t and l��o mile* nuuih of the mcuth of
Stanley Creak vtan it emptlea into Nidsn
Harbor, (iraham Nantl, thenc HO chains aoulh.
thence MO chains eatt, thence MO chainn north.
ihenc- 80 chains weat to (K)|nt <rf commencement
and cmtaning tlio acn-* more or lew.
Date.1 March IT, IUll. FRANK I.KVICk
Piii' April ". Numa DeoMia, Agen
Skeena Utml Di-lrirl - Dintilrl ���f Coast
Take Mtlea that I, Peter Iteld, ofVUMOOVer,
nr., nooiipaHon taamater, IntMida to apply fur
] penmaakntO purchnne the foll>minu ��le.ctilicl
lamls
OmnanetaS nt a i����t plantcl ami marketl IV
It 'a S.W. corner ami immnliately ailjoinlnu pOBtl
BMfked J M. �� N.K. rnrwr ami A.H.'s S K cornel . ihence mirth -> chains, ihence mst I ��� chnins.
thenee *.mihi*ichains, ih-nce we��t io chains, lo
jHiint   of    c-nnmenc.*n��'nl.   cntnltuntt  '.tl��   acc-s
more a laaa I'KTKU Hkid.
U.it. I Ut Feb. lull Cn.itl. ��� II. Allen. Auent
Pub   led. Wkt
kcena laml Out net ��� District of Coasl  Itange V
Take  notice that   Charles   I',  inter  of   I'm.��
Kupert.  H.  C._ occupalion  surveyor,  intemls to
apply   for   \* rnm*mn  to purchaae  the  fulluwlnn ;
<h-cril>H lamls:
CommendnR at a post plantcl at lhe nnrth east
cnrner of mrveyed lot MM, llanite ���>, Ciia��t Di.trict.   Ihenc in  an eaMerly  ilin<ctii>n  along the
���Mtaeriy limit ol tuivajed '"' i"'*- ���n,t xhr i,ti**
feclion thereol 40 chains to a i>oint. thenr.- ���<��>ith
parallel io lhe ea��ierly limit ol mrvved l��t MM
afore*anl ��ai chain* motv ��t \v*n to the hortheriv
limit ol a limber limit No. 1SM8), thencc *****x
40 chains more or leas to a iHiint In the pro ectlon
south.*rly of the easterly limit of MrVWed lot
���l:iM. thence in a north��-rl.v dtreethm along lhe
pnaactloB of tlx> Mtd limit and along the sii.l
limit Bit chains more or less to point ol commencement, coniaininit 210 acre* more or less.
Date-l March \ mil. CHARLES P, oTTKll
Pub. March 88.
Coast Itange & Laml  lh.trict
Take  nolle   lhat   I,   John   Hepburn   ot   Kit*
sumkalum,   occupation  farmer,   Inteml  to  apply
for permission io purchaa the followng d.^cnbe^l
lamls: ���
Commencing at a p.*t t4ant.il at the northeart
corner ol I^t   I'.'M. thence easl 20 chains, Ihenca
south   10 chain",  llience  *\**rl  20 chans,  thencc
north 40 chains to place ol eommencemenl.
Dale.1 March l\ ��1L JOHN IIKPDL'UN
I'ub April !���'-
Skevna Und Di-irict -DiMrict ol Coast llar.ge 6
Take notic lhat Atawler Healon of Vancni-
ver, II. C.. occupit'on cart^oter. intcrnl* io apply
(or : rrniiwon in purchav the lollowing ileacrilsml
lanaa:
Commencing at a poM |4ante��l **0 chains muth
Irom th. south ��est r rwr of Lot 3tW-�� I'oai
marketl A H.. N. W. <'orner, thenc -IO chains
aouth, thenc m0 chains eaat, thenc tt) chaina
north. ihe<ic MO chain* west to |wlnl ol com-
mencnient; Conlairilng -*o*> acr*-*. mofc o* '�� ������
Dat.il Feb 18.1811. Al.F.WNDI.K U MUN
Fub. March I.
Ilheaiii Land Dietflet   Dtotrtel of Caaaiar
Take m-tli-e that I Arthur J.inte* W.l��h ��� f Van-
euuver��occupation bicker. Intemlo to appb fm
Iermlielon to pumliaw  the WlewlnaT oeeeHoed
and*:
Cuamwndna at a pool p'int**l tinee nml me-
half miles in un eaatirrti direetiun fmm Um- polnl
nn Naas lliv��'f wh��ie lhe   Ijiva   Like tfBl
meMM nt-nt tlo tisti. tiiemeeasl Hjrht) rnalne.
thenee eouth n chalnia thence erest ���*>* rhains.
thenre noith *st ehalm t" p >int -'f mmmrm emenl
rontuininvr t��|o ncres m H**t "r ********
DnteFrb .!. I'.HI       ARTHUH JAMK8WF-LCH
Tub. Mar. Ifl Joseph Itelway. Airent
Skerna L-in-l Distrirt   DtatHd afOoHl
Take    noticr    lhal    I.   Alexnulrr    Huehun.   of
Vancouver, ll.C. oeeupetion butcher*Intendi u
uppi) forpermlaatun to pnrehaee ti*- foi
ilesrrllpnl lamls:
C-immenrina a poet plnnte.1  ami markeil A  1.
sk corner, ami adjoining peu marked J M
s i: earner and P-R>'i s.f,. corm . ***h*r\
Hi chains,   Ihenre north 80 rhnin*.  ihenre eoal 81
ehaino, tbence eouth lOehalm i" point >���! com*
toencemenl. containinu ������I" nere�� more or le����.
\l I \ \ND1 H   Uf H W
Dalcl Ist Feb. lyll Charles ||. Allan,  MOfll
PA !���'
Skeena Uml  DiMrirt     I'i-trot  of Toast
Take  notic  that   Fml   W,   Uohler ol   Kits im-
kaium, atenparioa isrmrr, Intandi i" applj  w
iwrmiasion   to   purchase   the   fo||�����ing   ilescril>cl
Commenring al  a post  plantcl at the nortli
east crner of    A. MeLeod i preemption, tl
iltl chain" south, Ihenc 10 chnins ra.-t, ll.rnc 80
chain* north, Ihenc 1<> chains west io piwt of
rom menement enntaining 20 ace- more or le*s.
ennui i i .     ..,,,.-,,,,!,-,a  ,i     tuiittL'
An Important Label Infringement Case
Decided in Favor of the
ANHEUSER-BUSCH  BREWING ASS'N
OF   SAINT   LOUIS, U. S.A.
By the Supreme Court of Alberta,
PAUL BAKEWELL
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Specialties a Patent, trade Mark and copvricmt causes
LaSalle Building
ANHEUSER-BUSCH BREWING ASSOCIATION,
St. Louis, Mo.
Gentlemen:
St. Louis, Mo.. March 11, 1911.
Herewith I hand you a true and exact copy, made from a certified copy, of thc final
decree or judgment of the Supreme Court of Albcrtn, Judicial District of Edmonton, Canada,
which was entered in your favor hy that court en February 24, 1911, in the suit in whieh you
were  complainant und the Edmonton Brewing & Malting Company was thc defendant.
At the foot of the copy of this judgment cc decree I have attached copies of the defendant's infringing body label  and of your own Budweiser body label.
Yours very  truly,
PAUL BAKEWELL.
IN     THE     SUPREME     COURT     OF    ALBERTA.
JUDICIAL DISTRICT  OF EDMONTON.
THE HONORABLE MR.   JUSTICE  STU..RT,   EDMONTON.
Saturday,   the   11th day  of February,   1911.
Between
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Association,
--and--
Plaintiff,
Edmonton Brewing & Malting Co.,   Limited,
Defendant.
"This action having come on  for trial before  this  Court  sitting without a
jury,   on the  14th and 15th days  of November,   1910,   in presence of counsel  for
all parties,   upon hearing read the pleadings and proceoliasj had ani taken herein,
and upon hearing the evidence adduced at  the trial as well  for the  plaintiff as
for the defendant,   and upon hearing what  was alleged by counsel  aforesaid and
judgment  having been  reserved until  this  day,   and  the  samo  coming on this  day
for judgment,
"THIS COURT DOTH ORDER AND ADJUDGE that  the  defendant,   its  officers,
attorneys,   agents,   servants  and workmen,   be perpetually enjoined and restrained
from miking,   using,   selling or  offering  for  sale,   or causing to be made,   used,
sold or offered for sale,  beer (not being baer manufactured for or by tho plaintiff)
in tootles boaring on the  same  or anywhere   in connection  therewith body  label3  or
any body label of the form of any of the body  labels markel as  exhibits  10 to 25
inclusive at  the  trial hereof,   or body  labels  or any body  label  in any form in
simulation of or only colorably differing from the body  label of tho plaintiff
marked as  exhibits  1,  3,   4,   5,  and 6 on the  trial hereof and described  in the
statement of claim herein,   or body labels or any body label bearing upon the
eame or any  of them the  characteristics  of the  said body  label  of  the  plaintiff,
or any body  label  in any form calculated or intended to pass off or enable others
to  pass off such beer as  or  for the beer of the plaintiff.
"AND THIS COURT DOTH FURTHER ORDER AND DIRECT that the defendant  do  deliver
up to the plaintiff to be cancelled and destroyed all  labels,  whether affixed to
Dottles or otherwise,   in the possession of or under the control of the defendant,
its  servants,  agents or workmen,   in simulation of or only colorably different.from
the body  label of the plaintiff as hereinbefore described,  which said body  labels
of the defendant  are complained of  in this action,   together with all dies,   plates,
tools or  instruments  intended for use  in the making or reproduction of further
quantities  of the said body  label  of the defendant  so complained of,
"AND THIS COURT DOTH FURTHER ORDER that  the defendant  do pay to  the  plaintiff
the costs of this action  to be taxed.
ALEX. TAYLOR,
C.J.S.C.
Entered February 24,   1911.
Alex.
Taylor,
C.S.C."
Here I* reproduced, except a* to color*. Defendant'* Infringing body
label like Exhibit* 18 to 2.1 referred to In the above judgment:
Here Is reproduced, except aa to color*. Complainant'** body label
like Exhibit* I to 6 referred lo In thc nlnn ,��� judgment:
raaaiallaal laaaaa M   '^aaa a Al a a a .   ^'- a.. ���������    aaa.-r.   ������,   ��� --
U*i*A ApS **% ��' '��� nUKDRICM W. DUllMSR    _
I'uli. April 22 t'"** N.mp'on. aV^nl
SkWE lamt lli-lripl   ���OWfM of C.mvl Harifr fi
Takr noticr Ihmt I, LionH Kinf.liay ol V.ncouver.   D.   ''���.  aaccup.lion   miner,  intcn'l   lo  BpH)
for'lwrmiwion lo purchaa the followinn il**cntiml I
OOMMHhf at " t***-* nlatitfH noar lhc .outh-
wet cornet ol l/rf mi. Il.np- '���. <'������� DMriet
Ihencv wt.1 HI chain,. Ihence waulh r,0 chain,.
thence ea,t I" eh.in,. ihence north fifl chama, 1����
tioinl   of commencement.
Kiel M��rrh -\, IUI.        UOMIL KINGSI.KY !
r.iK April 22.
ikwnn l*nd DMlM -PiMrict o| QMM Ch��rlotle
Tftki nmlrr th��( llul>rrt 0. CrtH ol I'riwp
Kiifwri. B. U. MOttpatioa numt. inicml* lo *|'pl>
for I*T" I-*'"" '" I'urrh*"" the lolliming ilfvcrtlffM
Un��H: , , m   . -
CnmmrnrinK *l �� port planird ��l��r��ut �� 1-2
mUm mr**- **���'��� '"*" " m"p *'nt-*t "( ���**������ mouth of
SUnlpy < rwV mihftr* it prnptipo imo Nadpn
Harbor, 'imhiini Uland. Ihenre ra.��t If1 rhnin...
llWMt Mirth I'1 cha;na. thenr*- *\-*p*A III rhaina.
thrnrr aoulh I" rhainn to jw.int of pommi>norment
and containinu l'��0 arrw more "T loaa.
Dtle.1 Murrh 17, 1911. IllIBKRT t). < HKW
I'ub. April 7* N'ima Derncrt, Afent ,
Have   You  Ever Tried a News   Want  Ad.)
LAND PURCHASE NOTICK
LAND PURCHASE  NOTICK
LAND PURCHAKK NOTICES
Sknrni Land Dlalrict District of Cout linn."- U
T��kp notice thtt Davhl Mclennan of I'rinco
llnprrt. n C , orcupation clorlt, Intcmla to apply
(-if ixTiniMion lo purchaao tho fnllowlns iloacrihvd
lamia:
Commoncinn at a (mat pltntod 10 chains aovth
from thp aoulh wwt cornor ol l.ot 9*nt thonc*. 10
chaina oaat. thonco ill chaina north, thonco 10
chain.-. w***\, thonc*�� in chaina atnilh to [mint uf
cnnimonrommt; containing 100 acrea, irttt or
loaa. Port markod I). M.. S. \V. Coi
Dato.lfV-.il  UHl DAVID McLlK    AN
Pub. March 4.
BkMM Lind Diitricl ��Dlltriet of CuaMnr
Tako notlM that I Huffh D. (Jlllla of I'linco Itn-
(���ctt. oiTupHtion lulairor, Intondl to npply for
bormliilofl to pun-hnao tho following dHulbod
landn
Oommtnolng it��� port punted throo nml ono>
Imlf miloa In nn onatoriy dlltOtfon from tho point
on Nana Kivor whoio tin* l,nvn Ltkl trnil IWflni
���nd OM milo In r northorly illrortion from tho
���niil l,nvn Lnki- trnil. thonoo north wi rhnina.
tbtnri oust wt chnina, thonco MUtb   ho  chnina.
tnonM wool R) oralm to point of oonnntnountnti
eontninintr nto m-roa.
Dato Kob. B, lull. 111 ��.11 1). ' .M -1 .IS
I'ub. Mar. 10. Joseph Uolway, Agent
BkttM Lnnd Dlltriet���DI I trie I of Cnaainr
Tnko nottoo thtt 1 JoMph Bolwty of V.in.'ouver
H.C. ocoupntion proiptotori Intendi to npply f"r
pormlnlon bo parehMt tho followini dnonbid
Innda:
Oomntoncini nt n post planted two nnd ont-hwf
miioH in an outnly dlroetlon from tho point
Niuih Kivor  whoro tho  |,nvii  l.iiko  trnil  liotflna.
thonco  woat   Kit chinnv  thonco aoulh  Wi rhnina.
thonoo Mil BQ chuins. uienOi north BO chnina
point   of   comnuMiooini.Mil,   coiitninintt   B4Q    ucr
moro or loaa.
Date pob. ;i. MU J08BPH uklway
Pub. Mar. LO
UAND PURCHASE NOTICK
Bkttna Land Dlalrlot-Diatrict of Caaaiar
Tai a notloa thnt 1 CharWl Morrla of I'rinco \{\i-
port. H.C, oocupntion Inlmror, Intonda to npply
for porniiaalun lo purchase lho followina doacrib-
nl Innda:
Comtnondni ��t n pOlt bUBted throo and ono-
hnlf mlloi In nn onalorly diroction from tho point
.. Nima Ulvor whoro tho l,nvn l.ako trnil l��*��tfina
nnd ono milo in n northerly diroction from tho
MM l.nvn LUtl trnil, vbonoo anuth Wi ohaina.
thonco onat Mt) uhitlna. ihonco north Wi chnina,
thonco woat W> chalna to point of rommoncotnont.
contnininK IVIO aoroa.
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Mead Office: MONTREAL.
Capital, $6,200,000
Surplu.. $7,200,000
Total A����t��. $92,500,000
E?'TA.BL1SHEL   1888,
W. D. Earngey Goes to Penitentiary for Three Years
Sav ��� gs Bank Departs ��� ���: tl will opei ar teeount.
BnoebM throughout Canada ai   Banl   .��� ���   nnectiona with all parta of thi
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Agents tl rouj        tht  world
H. P. w:;.-    .. tit, \gtr, Prince Eupert Brai
Clarmont  Rooms
Located on Sixth Avenue Near F
ulton   Street
TORONTO LAWYER   JAILED    QgorffetOWtl
Sawmill Co. Ltd.
Lumber
und
Mouldings
1836
1911
GET IN NOW AND GET IN RIGHT
The ���      ���.���;���-������ bloek, oreej erataly
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BECTION ONE
Lots  Elock
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L:ats 27
SECTION ONE
T.'.ree to Bt. rr.ir.utcs from  . ���
tr. (af buafaiaei district.     Nine-
D.l |y    furnished    NOW
Hot   and   eoM   water.      Bat:
$4.00. $5.00 and $6.00 per week
15-16
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Block
SECTION FIVE
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,:   rpr ��� -. tern ���        partict an, apply to
W. S. BENSON
Second Avenue
AGENT
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Phort
The Christiansen-Brandt Co.
Real Estate and Insurance
We have some good buys in City Property.
Our Farm Lands proposition along the G. T. P. are worth
investigating.
Come and see us or write us before buying elsewhere.
UP    THE    RIVER
Tht:   - the people an going.       V
GOOD FRUIT LANDS  FOR $14.00 PER ACRE
' '���'��� ������ Diltr  I      Ir a fa*
' ������     -   " '       P'ota for $50 per acta.   t�� i   ���
fra.      ..���:��� ���   ...        -   f -  sb\e. C'a'l  di        ������
Thos. McClymont   -   P.O. Box 806
!  ��� ��� to, May 12.���. I��. Earn-
_���.'..  .. well-known  Toroi I    bai
...      . ���...    .   tenced
in ��� gst<    peniteni
rj   . eck   for  $1,000   ���
rginj    ���   false   m< rtg .        He
.. lilty whe a arraij
.   Denton.   Frie
��� . led for lenii i
Earngey had give     ���;��� i
���.  . ring thi ��� tsi ;���
u . ������ ti he I . realis
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In   passing   sen tenet
.��� 1 tanton said dial
.   ist   :��� ii \\!...; he 1
.   g the   an ���   f the regis
: titles to die m rtg .-���
tted one of the mosi sen    -
- rgerv.
.', stock
jiilf lumber
nf tlry finish'
,���    hand.     Hunt
:., Blty.    Delivery
Bt ihort notice.
i..,- prices are as low us uny.
.- ia, fort ordering.
OFFICE:
Cor Centre St. and First Ave.
REMEMBER    SATURDAY
NIGHT
Meeting   for  All   Interested  i
Empire Day Athletics
NEW PERFECTION ?��2r"j
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EASILY CIZASB)
An Ideal Summer Stove
-FOR   BALE    BY-
The Thompson Hardware Company
T*l��pb��n*  101
Advertise  in The Daily News
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C.H.HAXDASYDE, Jr.. Dealer
P.O. i:u-        Prince Ripert
���-��� *    ������������������ I ��� ������ Sta   u  ;      .-.
Y I : g men ii. I
.:   ..     tereste I in at
���   -     ess of  dit   I ���
should ��� ��� t fail i   i
..   ������
eig  ���   o'clock
Hoi se    Mr. \\ 	
u   ng     fordit     se of the 1
in
��� ���tin
F. M. DAVIS ��
Machine Shop und Ship's
tering. Also agents for Fair-
- Morse  and  Knox  Gasoline
-   Gasoline Engines und Ac-
 rit b carried in stock,
Laiunclief and BoaU for Hire   N.E. end of Wharf
S.S. COMPANY OF B.C., Ltd:
1 hi' new steel Passenger Steamer
"Camosun"
The Bank ol
British North Amerfo
'5 Vein In Bn.in,,,
Capital .nd  Re..rv. 0,��� ,7i300w
A Complete
Banking Service
Collections made In any -
I of Canada.   Negotiable papttJ
counted.    Money advanced]
reasonable terms to f.naiice yon
business.    Local   and  foreiEt
Drafts bought and sold.   Mon
( transmitted by  Money Order!
j Telegraph Transfer.   Letten]
| Credit issued payable in __\I
: leading cities of the world.
:      We invite your account,
Prince Rupert Branch-
F. S. LONG, U
���"���lo.
MOORE LIGH1
The Light that Rivals the Sun
Local business mt'ii recommeijfil
This well-known gasoline light is ..
exclusively I
leaves
Prince Rupert every Sunday
at 9 a.m. for Vancouver,
arrivingMonday afternoon.
For Stewart City on arrival
from Vancouver .Friday
nisrht
Rcom and the Ma;
All die 1 ��al "rt
f   thi             a tho
met: ��� .           promised i ttend.
ttees   ��"ill   1 to
t..ke ' li-  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ts of athletics at  the Empjre Northbound, leave , Vancouver Wednesdays at 9 p.m.
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Section 1, Lot 21. Block 11.
Section 5, Lot 3. Block 1*
Hulbert,
Vancouver,
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Alread}    t   number  t     young
g foi   the
running events somt   can ��
isbeei gress,   Thc
-  ���      ave w.Ai-r ..*. il land
ts in as lh    ti d lively forms
.- the you 1   ��� : I e youi gest and
.     ���  i ��� ��� inion
.
Steerage Fare
$5.00
The "Camo��nn" is the only  steanie
on the run having water-tight bulkheads and double bottom, Urns en
t safety of passengers in caae
f i olliaion it wreck.
J. H. Rogers. Ticket Agent.
ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
ELECTRIC WIRING
IN BOTH PRIVATE AND BUSINESS BOH
Work performed by experts *_.
A first class job is ituarautftda
every instance.
A large stock of Chandellen and
Fittings carrlt
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thy the  -news- want H. W. Blakely - Electrical
sittothesnuth. AD. WAY OF FINDING
Third Ave.
Near Sil
Sasra^
For reservations of Lots
in Ellison, write or wire
Land Commissioner. G. T.
P. Railway Company. Winnipeg: A. W. Bridgeman,
Victoria. B. C, or Jcrtmiah
H. Kugler,   Prince  Rupert.
GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC
���Townsite
For reservation!. of Loll
in Ellimn, write or wire
Land Commissioner, G. T,
P. Rnilway Company, Winnipeg; A. W. Bridgeman
Victoria, B. C, or Jeremiah
H.   Kugler,    Prince   Ruper'.
The only Ma
Townsite in
Columbia   in
the    Grand
Pacific  Railway Co..
has   announced
joint ownership
n Line
British
which
Trunk
Us
Lots in Ellison
Towi site aud
Rogers Addition For Sale.
SEE THE OFFICIAL MAP
Tht first glai  ��� wi   ibow you that ELLIS
it tht    .-  ���   a of the Sket      '.   er at    tht   I
��� . '.... ��� ���;.    'I I ������ ���, . ��� I Trui ��� Pa       hai meed thai
i     ������������..������.    f E
������ ���   It si reader, you must remember thai   : ������   latt   tl i
Grai . 'J r u k Ps       ��� .-     t am    need :i.at it baa
teres!  ��� anj other mail line I        ������ in IJritish Columbia.   iJ'a. - thai start you thinking?
STUDY THE MAP ai find that Ei. son la
ere the n   ������  ;. tracks laavt        .   tion.    That fact is
a verj ne for conaervativt   nvestoi   I    think
the Hazelton diitricl       ��� -���  .-.
ten         n extent in every dii	
If from the townsite of E
menl - ...     ���. lorti of
tions starting u|      I      rich i
.   amei ;. HUB ������ ��� ��� ������    .���������������
���   figure out any
' the hub ol   the  irn-nt  c tm-
tricl ���      ntereating
to the Gri Pi ;���      . -    .. rn  as
tho igh ���   ,;        . aftt ���    ��� . ���   ���     of I   .--tiKa-
��ere
���   ��� engineering I     hat the)
tig when I ��� ��� ��� n Ellison.
STUDY THAT MAP   I lesin to say to all parties
re talking t ��� ���;. ������:" Ski ��� 11 hiver
that there will no d   ��� ���  ��� ���   -���  tral
-������ I    towns, just tl | min-
itrict   There *    be towns in I     ������    ��� Ity of El-
along bi .     towns at tl
brai       ��� ��� - ���  ei and the coi,
but it itory repeating   tsi t       regard to the
��� ���  ���     metro]      a   Ellison has evi ry nat-
Ivantagi earmark ������'.  being the futura
and financial centre of tbi     ������   . River mln-
ngdtsti   ta    the an)      tto the Bulkley Valley.
STUDY THAI MAP will find that all of
the mining ��� round ther- just
beginning to ba talkt I ��� feeden U   dtj
port of ELLISON.   Tha Grand Trunk Pacific I
atami oi I   laon.   Ii" jro i believe thi
- owned by individual* as ft
will for one in which ita stockholders are joint ow
If yo . ��� bl y any luts ir Ellison.    If you de
��� :i i ermanent Investment, nr merely to make.
���. money, ynu rmi,��t ileciile   fnr  ynurself  t\\i\,'
m.
a'     tO
attlf
' OW.
Do you profxjse to follow the individual townsite prcmot-
ers or the 'jrand Trunk Pacific Railway Company,
STUDY THAT MAP-If you dasira to put your
money into a real estate promoter's townsite you will
have ma' y. ma* y opportunities thi.- lumn er. 'I he average promoter i.- full of hurrah and red tire. Hi muat
enthuse Investors of the mail-order ria.-aa with his '.viares.
ELLISON is in the Missouri cias��. Therefore, I nm not
tellinc any fairy tales aimut it. I am making statements
that can 6s readily verified.
STUDY THAT MAP.-If ynu want to join that
irreat army of lnvestors-at-long>range, then you ihould
imt your money into promoter? townsites. Ii' you want
it perfectly safe and sound inuestnieiit. certain to bring
vou large profits, then nut your money where the Grand
Trunk Pacific, after years of careful Investigation, have
put their money.
STUDY THAT MAP.���II ll not likely the Grand
Trunk Pacific will have any other townsite in Hritish Columbia for sale thlt year, The Officials of the company
state that the company is mt Interested in any townsite
in the Hazeltnn dlitrict except ELLISON.
EI.UPON is on the hank of the Skeena nt its con-
with tli" Hulkley.      Y(
oa may change railway
not'ehCe'ili .<'!,i"U;" V'" '7a,i'm "f tow����i ^t vou can-
he ratom   i   ���������������*%*���**>��� of the country through which
the haa I of nairtiration but fi, T" VU not "nl-v bl' at
wonderful in \.rZ ;. ,V ,.Jf ,S" Le ��';! ���lnln�� *����������
and fnr which EMIion wil h  .1 .be,n* 0l1,,m'cl U.P'
rail and water 1 fffi f_ J" ,""!''" "* '",in! both b-v
Bines UD   n,-,l,,u��� ��� ,a"lil   n,il5'   eiBiifje  en-
S Eiii"!:��� Soe^t":, ;:;;,';in^ ;;.^lrr;Vli,f ,own
tnwn whe,, ��n,.i, ,.1.,. snucKi ���, building up a
wKF.'iSt&'&Z eZl*^ **���*���* a townWted
plan of EllLffi & ^ ^\',' "n-"'V ��"riA
reserved for future K��    '- nwns.te has boen
on ,i,e maVketr1^ ^,^^;;:;v';':;;!--i-,y f,.w ,,,,s
jROGBife'  ADDITION  to
blocks of tiic siten'f",,|1,!,'','.','i ' ""'��� "���� within eight
are being offered      em . ;llwi,y ,tBt!?n-    Lota in this
ers   Addition   In s   l.%^TrKrr-',"]r^ t0 **l *��*
cornera. Terms -10 per cent rfiil!. , '?ts nml $-50 for
par eent down and thWa^^Vm.'
STUDY   THAT" MAP.
Kllison. only n imall nan
ash,  or  10
no interest.
For Reservation of lots in Ellison, write or wire A   W  R  j ,����, ���
Land Commissioner Q T P Rai,        w ��� ^ ���7 G��Vernment Slreet> Victoria, B.C.
  ^^^*II��     Wah H. K���g.er, Second Ave., Prince Rupert
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^Jioioiaoioujjoiojaoiai^^i^ THE DAILY NEWS
WE  HAVE   BUYERS   FOR   LOTS IN
STEWART
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers, Prince Rupert and Stewart, B. C.
Agents for Stewart Land Company,   Limited
I - THE COSY CORNER
DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY   TO   THE  INTERESTS   OF   WOMEN     j
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Thia 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 ladies 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.
LINEN AND LACE
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General Merchandise        ��� -        Largest Slock      j   (I
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Lowest  Prices  in  Northern  B. C.    \ \   ���
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a-r^-Jfy.
Ilie Leading Linen Manufacturers of The World
DIRECT   PROM   THE   LOOM   TO  THE   PURCHASER
Hand Woven lri.h Damaiki   2x 2 ynis   $3.18   2 X 2 1-2 $-1.00   2
II. ni<un In il Damatk
Tea Cloih. 33x33 inch.    .111! 3(> x    3rt     .155 50
Dunilk Tray Clolhi  16x24 inch.    .24 IS x    27     .28 26
each
3   $4.80
50
45
Hemmed Linen Sheet!.
2x 8 yrds   2.'.)0 2 l-2x
.30 22    x
3 3.78 2 1-2x3 1-2
30 .35 2/ x 27
37   1.80 27
x    27
X   100
1.52
.52
pair
4.40
each
.40
1.86
6.115
45
45
3.00
1.92
Pure Linen Pillow Covert.. 20x30 inch.
Embroidered Linen
Pillow Covert 20x30 inch.   1.68 22    x
Hand Embroidered
Linen Bed Spreadt 80xiH) inch.   5.40 SO     x   100   6.12 90
Linen Nighldreu Caiei Hemstitched M Embroidered   .66
Hetmlitrhed Linen
Towel!, per doz. 26x36 inch.    1.7b 26     x    40   2.00 26
fringed Bedroom Toweli, doz., Cold, ends     22     X     42   1.40 22
24    x    42  2.73
Walpoles'
IRISH LINENS
44F Bedford Street, BELFAST, IRELAND
Illustrated Catalogue on receipt of postcard to Walpoles, 173 Huron St. Toronto
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Mure is a modish design for a
linen   coat  suit,  which   may  be
developed in one's favorite shade
, by having the lace dyed to match
! the   linen,   which   was   done   for
the original Of our model.   A lovely
shade of violet linen was elected,
and the heavy linen lace then was
��� colored to match.
The coat is exceedingly unique
with its stole arrangement of lace
. and the broad hand of lace around
] skirl of coat   Kimono sleeves are
j employed,   and   these,   too,   are
banded with lace, and  the front
of skin has a pointed tab corresponding to the stole on coal, the
, former running a trifle lower than
j the stole.
HARBORS AND DEEP
State of Califronia for Alaska.
Mrs. J. \V. Austin has removed
to Sixth avenue for a shorl time,
prior to taking up her residence in
Vancouver.
Mrs. McMullin, with her children leaves next week to spend the
summer in the Okanagan,
Mr. and Mrs. Clements leave
next week to spend ,i few weeks
under canvas on the banks of the
Skeena.
Mrs. Alder entertained some of
the ladies of thc First Baptist
church on Wednesday afternoon
in honor of Mrs. Birnie who is
leaving Prince Rupert. The following ladies were present: Mrs.
Birnie, Mrs. Payton, Mrs. Derry,
Mis. E. A. Woods Mrs. Laux,
Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. J, Hampton,
Mrs. \V. J. Kirkpatrick, Mrs.
Dowling, and Mis> Wark.
Needle Note
In making all-over embroidery
or other corset covers having
draw-strings at the top asnd wait-
Iii e, stitch the shoulder straps
to the upper edge of the back.
In the front fasten these to the
garment on the underside with a
small safety pin, or a button and
buttonhole. This is to be undone
when laundering and the covers
opens out tlal and is as easily
ironed as a handkerchief.
Messrs. \V. Morrison and W.
Mun ford of Seatile have gone to
Alice Arm to look up a n ining
prospecl  there.
MUSSALLEM & COMPANY
 Good   Fresh   Groceries   at   City Prices..^.
LET US HAVI: VOUR NEXT ORDER
WE HANDLE ONLY THE BEST.
WE SAVE YOU MONEY. TRY
US AND SEE WHY.      -:      -:      ���:
>    To   Reiidenti of Section* 5. 6,   7 and   8--We deliver  promptly,
our ^oodt are freih. at price! not to be beaten in the city   t   I
lilrphni
mti** MUSSALLEM & CO. sua..^m
TH E
House of Good Values
���NEW CONSIGNMENTS OF���
Ladies' Summer Walking Skirts
In all shades, from $5.00 to $7.50
Ladies* and Misses' Wash Suits at Various Prices
,M "17"K ''."y "'"'"Id he rigKi'd out in nomi-thing cheap, good antl wash-
�����>ii these dnya     Here are the goods.    We've just received   them:
Boy's Summer Suits from $1.50 to $7.50
" Wl' llllVl' everything for ladies and gentlemen in  Clothing and  Shoes
The House of Good Values
JABOUR BROS.   -    Third Ave.
The ships now in  the harbor lie
asleep
And   have forgot   how   the stv-
wind  puffs (he Bails
There cast upon the decks. Yonder
lhe deep
Lies brooding and the lost gull
weakly tlails
The clam with listless wing, that
fain would lie
Wet wilh the spindrift of a scudding prow.
He sickens, pale Odysseus of the
sea
Shaped for the storm, o'er windless waters now.
So  have  I   fallen   in   thine arms
asleep,
And my soul sickens and I restless lie
Adventure-Struck and hungry  for
thc sweep
Of rhylhmelic oars and islands
drifting by.
I waken, let me go!   It is nol pride;
Bright Lucifer into the darkness
hurled
Was   happier   than   angels   quiet-
eyed.
God in me urges;  yonder glooms
the world.
The sailor seeks the haven but a
day,
His life spills on  the sea;   then
sweeter sleep,
And dearer thou for yearnings far
away;
They   know   not   harbors   who
know not the deep.
Christian Gauss, in the May
Scribncr.
FOR    RENT
Ollice Rooms facing Sixth Street antl
Second Ave. in Westenhaver Block.
Ollice Rooms over Canadian Bank of
Commerce, Third Street.
Cosy 4-room Cottage on lot 11, hlock
36, section 5. $20.00 per month.
Other cottages, tlats nnd cabins, furnished and unfurnished.
Two good rooming house propositions
FOR   SALE
I .nt 24, block 86. section 1 ; $11175 on
easy terms.
LoU 15 and US, block 9, section 5;
$2000.
Lot 12, block 21, section 7: $600 on
easy monthly payments.
LoU 2H and 29, hlock 19, section 7;
$640.
Fire, Life and 1'late Glass Insurance.
Westenhaver   Bros.
PHONI  100
Double Weekly Service
S.S. PRINCE RUPERT and S.S. PRINCE GEORGE
For Stewart, Sundays,  8.00 am.
"*.**
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Mondays and Fridays at 8 a.m.
���i. Prince Albert sails for Port   Simpson, Naas River Points, Masset,
Naden Harbor,   every   Wednesday, 1.00 p.m.
and for:
Refuge Bay,   Skidegate,   Queen
Charlotte City,   Lockeport,   Pa-
coli, Jedway,   Ikeda Bay,   Rose
Harbor   and   return   via   Queen
('harlotte City every  Saturday,
1.00 p.m.
The  Grand Trunk Railway Syttem
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains over its
double   track  route   between   Chicago,
Toronto,   Montreal,   Quebec,   Halifax,
Portland, Boston, New York and Philadelphia.    Information  and tickets  obtainable from the oflice hereunder mentioned.   Trans-Atlantic bookings by all
lines arranged.
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND    PA8BBNOBR    AGENT
FAMOUS PRINCESS LINE
Canadian Pacific Railway - B.C. Coasl Slcamihip Service
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iR^^^^^^^W        For Vancouver, Viclorin
VUmmWMP^B "'"' Gentile
\H 1\*W    FRIDAY. MAY 12th. at noon
viJBjffl^       I'liiin for Winnip-'i- nnil Turun-
wl    |V to Iwvm Vancouver at
^1^^ !��� u.m. tlaily
^^^ Imperial Limited f����r Chicntro.
Montreal ami New York. Best train across the
continent, leaves Vanrouuer daily at 3.4ft p.m.
Carries compartment observation cars, the linewt
car on any roati anywhere.
AKent for ail Atlantic Steamship lines. Tickets
to anil from Kuropean points.
J. G. McNab - General Agent
Princess May
Coast to Coast
OCEAN TO OCEAN
Tickets   To   AH   Points
ROGERS' Steamship and
Railway Agency
Second Ave. Plume 116
MUSINGS
BY   MACK=-=
In the rich life-giving Canadian
sunshine yesterday afternoon I
chanced mi a tiny girl with pretty
flaxen curls, big dark, enquiring
eyes, ami a dainty baby mouth
wilh a whole lol nf coming feminine character in its dainty little
curves. She was watching hoi
daddy building a boat. His was
perhaps the most interesting occupation in the whole world for
a man. Hers was surely one "I
the most interesting of the million
and une occupations there are for
babies, which we absurdly serimis
grown-ups so foolishly forget. The
glory nl the afternoon Bunshine
fell richly upon lhe wee lassie.
With her chubby little hands she
busied herself picking up red-gold
shavings, to her BO infinitely more
valuable than the grimy old dollar
bills half nf us are wasting our
lives after.
I watched the wee hands with
their tiny pink fingers winking
away busily iu tlie sunshine wilh
those delightfully curly shavings.
Only once or twice did the big
dark baby eyes peep up wontler-
ingly in my direction. The little
lady had much more use Inr
fragrant red-gold shavings than
she had fair a clumsy man-creature.
How much wiser baby girls are
than gills a little older. Uid
you ever think about it? There
in the warm sun-glow, beside her
daddy, wiih her childhood's gifi
of health, and her childhood's
wealth of shavings, she was absolutely glad, Nothing in the
world worried her, except perhaps
tlie sensible Irish terrier who came
and kissed her because he was
Irish ami gallant, and she looked
good t<> him.
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EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE     :     :
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j waiters,  dishwashers, hotel  por-
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i Giand Hold Free  Employment  Office  I
i Headquarters for cooks A waiters   j
ROGERS & BLACK
WHOLESALE   DEALERS  IN-
Buildlng  Material,   Cement,   Lime,
Hair-fibre Plaster, Coke, Blacksmith
Coal,   Common Brick.
Pressed Brick
Shingles, Lath. New Wellington Coal
Ai.l. tlltllKHS  I'HUMI'TI.Y FILLED
See Us for Prices.
Phone No. 116
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE ANIi RETAIL DRUOGIST
Phone No. 200 V. O. Box 580
PRINCE RUPERT. B.C.
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Curries OOmptotS -la,,*k <af Druirs.   S|ie,-lul   X
iiit.'ntnan paid tn tiilinir prescrlptlent.      X
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>Q CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Agents
Orders taramaj'tIv fllled.    Trices ressonnblfl.
OFFICE-H. B. ItKhmter. Centre Se    Phone 0*.
Reilly's Bakery Lunch
Empress Theatre Basement
S.S.  INLANDER
...FOR...
HAZELTON
Saturday, May  13
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester   -   Agent
Fruit   :   Produce    :    Feed
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SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
The   Ladies'   Auxiliary  nl   the
General   Hotpiatl   has   arranged
foi a lea at lhe residence of Mrs.
II. I.. Johnston, Fifth avenue, on
Thursday next from 3 to 0, in aid
of the hospital.
Mr. James Bcveridge oi Vancouver is a guest at the Prince
Ruperl  Inn.
Mrs. Thomas and Miss Wood
who have been guests for the past
two weeks at thc Prince Ruperl
Inn Annex left Thursdav   on tlu
I Ith Avr.anrf Brisn Sl.
1100-l'ash will handle thin
lot in bcc. 8. Thc full
price is only $200. You
can make a quick turn on
a small investment.
Sift will lie made hy the
fortunate investor in a lot
we arc odering in suction
ii. $500 cash will handle
it antl we can prove that
It ia a snap.
Near Sth Ave. and Emmerson Place
$1100- Cash handles one of the
bolt huys in the city,
right on the hill where
nearly all of the best
resiliences have heen
built, a pretty site and
very cheap, $1100.
5th Ave., N��ar Imanuel Place
$183. tb- Down on a $315 lot
near Seal Cove, splendid investment well located.
Cor. Sth Ave. and Imanuel Place
$600-Cash handles this double
corner. The Cold Storage Plant has made
corner one of tbe best
buys in town, as an investment it is gilt-
edge, and $100 hclnw
market. $900.
Cheap Rent Business Quarters
$25 Per Month will rent a
building 25x40 near :irtl
and Oth Sts., suitable
for warehouse, carpenter shop, plumbing or
tinsmith.
Houilon i. Ihe Place lor You
$.50 to $400 a lot will place you
in on this new Grant! Trunk
townsite located in lhe
centre of Pleasant Valley.
which is the cream of the
llulkley Valley.
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3rd Ave.
W. h. BARKER
Architect
Second aveiue and Third street
Over Westenhaver Hros.' Office.
MUNRO   &   I.AILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART & STKWAKT
ACCOUNTANTS -:-  AUDITORS
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 351
All over the world wherever the
afternoon sun shines warmly., wherever there .ire kindly, busy daddies
building boats or mending lumis
there nre small girls with chubb)
baby fingers toying wiih priceless
baby treasures of shavings, or
rose-leaves or buttons and siring.
In ihe alleys and squares of old-
world capitals, iu tne gardens anil
grass-plots of rising Canadian cities, in Europe, Asia, Africa and
America as you are reading this
Very line, there are baby linger>
cuddling worthless trifles of in-
estimable value in big wondering
baby eyes. Surely the sunshine
loves to linger on the lionnie wee
people as it   turns  their shavings
to leaf-gold, and their flower petals
to fairy dresses. Surely liahy-girls
who play in the sunshine, store
tip lots of il in their hearts thai will
shine out afterwards in their lives
if Mime blunderbus man doesn't
manage to roll them of il. One
of   those sad-eyed,  robbed  ones
��� I nn ' once told me thai her favorite
color was "the color of sunshine."
There i* more  than  merely  hope
! for that girl's happiness yet. While
there is Mill the t hild-love in her
hear) for "the color of sunshine,"
there is help, lhe help of lhe Still*
i shine, the help, perhaps of love.
Cor. 2nd Ave. and 6th Street
t, Rochester &
f.,p   ��� Monroe
La6ysmith
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RKAI.   ESTATE
Kiisumkiiliiin Land Kor Sale
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Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
Meets in the Helgerson Bloek
Every Tuesday Evening
All  memliers of the order in the eity
are requested to visit the lodge.
fi. S. JOHNSTONE. N.G.
H.  MORTON. Secretary.
ALFRKI) CAKS8, C  V. IIKNNKTT, B.A.
of III it it.li I ',.1,11111,111 nf ll.C. I li.laii a... Sii-
anal Manitoba Bara. kntrhewan   and  Al
berta Bn -n.
CARSS & BENNETT
Hahristers, Notaries, Etc.
Olllee���Exchange hlock, rnriipr Thfrtl avenue and
Sixth atreet. Prince RbuerL fl
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., U. D. S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operations skilfully treated. Can and
local annnthetlcn administered for tbe iintnlcx extraction of teeth. Consultation free. Ofllces:
lleltrerson Block. Prince Runert. 11-12
PHENIX THEATRE
(Under Nrw Mnnatfomrnti
TO-NIGHT
Complete   Change of Programme
Latest Pictures   -   Best Music
GET THE HABIT
EVERYBODY COME
Adults 15c
Children 10c
F. W. HART
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Little's NEWS Agency
.MaKazinea :: Periodicals :: N-wnpaper*
CIOARS   ::  TOBACCOS  ::   FRUITS
CT I'. WHAKK
FOR SALE
HANDASYDE   C__  HURT
Liquor Act, 1910
(Section 35)
Notice is liereliy  gfrltl  that  on  the
Office 3rd and Fulton I'24th day of May next, application   Willi
he made to the Superintendent of   Pro-'
���������    vincial Police for the Krant of it lirense
I'.o. BOX V, PRINCE RUPERT  for th�� ���w^ of litpiour Ity reti.il  in  an.l
upon the premises known as Kitsumkalum Hotel, situate at Kitstimkahini, lt.
C, Skeena tlistriet, upon the lantls tle-
Bcrihed as lot :i(i.r>.
Dated Ihis 21th day of April, l'.ill.
Apr. 25-1 mo.      HARRY BKRRYMAN
AI1KNTS    FOR   HTKKI..    MAI'IIINKIIY
...ANII    CONTRACTORS    Sl'ITlalKS...
P. O. Boa 436
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OP SINfilNG
rtiril. OF WM.  FOXON, F.HH., A.R.A.M-.'l.ON., ENU
LoU 6 sm i*. Block 2K,
Section 1.
$3(10(1, 2Ti per cent, cash,
balance I. 2. B years.
", per cent.
GEO. W. MORROW
1076 Nelson St , Vancouver, B.C.
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WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C.
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Head Office: MONTREAL.
Capital, $6,200,000
Surplus, $7,200,000
Total Assets, $92,500,000
Established 186!).
Savings Bank Department, $1 will open an secount.
Branches throughout Canada and Hanking Connections with all party of the
United States.
Agents throughout the worltl.
II.  P, WILSON, .Manager. Prince Kupert Branch.
GET IN NOW AND GET IN RIGHT
The following properties will bd Bold en hlock, or separately
and on easy terms.
SECTION ONE SECTION ONE SECTION ONE
Block Lots  Block Lots 27 42-43
Clarmont  Rooms
Located on Sixth Avenue Near Fulton  Streel
Three to five minutes from centre of business district. Nineteen newly furnished rooms.
Hot   antl   cold   water.       Bath.
$4.00, $5.00 and $6.00 per week
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Lots
For prices, terms and particulars, apply to
W. S. BENSON,
Second Avenue
AGENT
Atlantic Realty ck Improvement Co.. Ltd.
Phone 214
A-sS-.lt
The Christiansen-Brandt Co.
Real Estate and Insurance
We have some good buys in City Property.
Our Farm Lands proposition along the G. T. P. are worth
investigating.
Come and see us or write us before buying elsewhere.
UP   THE   RIVER
That  is  where  the  people  are going.        You  can  get
GOOD FRUIT LANDS FOR $14.00 PER ACRE
in the famous l.akelse District ln a few years this will
be selling in small plots for (60 per acie. We have several  quarter  sections   for  sale. Call   or  write. . . .
Thos. McClymont   -   P.O. Box 806
TORONTO LAWYER JAILED
W, D. Earngey Goes to Penitentiary for Three Years
Toronto, May 12.���. D, Earngey, a well-known Toronto barrister, lias been sentenced t" three
years in Kingston penitentiary for
forging .i check for $1,000 antl
forging a false mortgage, Hc
pleaded g'til'y when arraigi ed before Judge Denton. Friends of the
prisoner pleaded lor leniency, say
ing that Earngey had given w.iy to
think during the p.ist year i>r two,
and ili.it lie had not realised the
Bcriousncss ol his action in consequence.
In passing sentence on him,
Judge Denton saitl that think w.is
no excuse for what he hail done.
In forging the name of tlie registrar
nf titles to the mortgage he hatl
committed one of the most serious
kinils of forgery.
Georgetown
Sawmill Co. Ltd.
Lumber
and
Mouldings
A large stock of 11 ry finishing lumber on hand, Iioat
lumber a specialty, Delivery
made al short notice.
Our pricea are as low at any,
Call on us before ordering,
OFFICE!
Cor Centre St. and First Ave.
191
F. M. DAVIS
REMEMBER    SATURDAY
NIGHT
Meeting  for  All   Interested  in
Empire Day Athletics
AT   DAVIS'
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General Machine Shop and Ship's
Carpentering. Also agents for Fair-
banks-Morse and Knox Gasoline
Engines, Gasoline Engines and Accessories carried in stock.
Latlnchw and Hai.at. for Hirt>   N.E, end of Wlaaarf
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EASILY OPKRATKD ECONOMICAL EASI1.V CLEANED
NEW PERFECTION "i
An Ideal Summer Stove
-FOR   BALE    BY-
The Thompson Hardware Company
ond Av*nm- Telrphanr   101
Second Avanin-
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Repairs, Carbons
Ribbons
Etc.
Tht
Underwood
Typewriter
C H. HANDASYDE, Jr., Dealer
I'.O. Box 488 I'RINCE RlTERT
Also dealer for the Standard Folding Typewriter
"Camosun"
leaves
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at 9 a.m. for Vancouver,
arriving Monday afternoon.
For Stewart City on arrival
1 he new steel I'assenger Steamer
Young men in the cily who arc
,il all interested in athletics and
'Ithe success nf the Empire L)a\
celebration shoultl not fail ti attend
the meeting on Saturda) nighl
at eight o'clock in tin ('nut
[House,   Mr. William Godson lmsj
arranged forthe use of the Coiiri Prince Rupert every Sunday
Room .md the Mayor will preside,    at 9 a.m. for Vancouver
All the local "red-bloods" who arc|   arriving Mondayaiternoon
aware   of   the   purpose   11    tin
meeting have promised to attcnt
Committees  will   be   formed   t"
take charge of thc differmi branch-      lll5
is of athletics at the Empire Northbound, leaves Vancou
Day display. ;  ver Wednesdays at 9 p.m.
Already   a   number  ol   young
men have been  training im  tin- Steerage Fare       -       $5.00
running eve.its, and some can ic
practit. has been in progress.   The  T,u' "<;'<h��<w��>" i�� the only  steame
1    * on the run having water-tight bulk-1
idea  is  to have water and land       heads and double bottom, thus en I
spurts in as live and lively forms        suringsafety of passengers in case
���I collision or wreck.
a> the youth ol the youngest and l
livest city in tite whole Dominion j( H   Rogers,  Ticket Agent.
cm develop.
from   Vancouver
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The Bank ol
British North AmerlJ
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A Complete
Banking Service
Collections made i��� a���,, to
of Canada Negotiable pa^
counted. Money - Ivancd
reasonable terms to finance ��I
business. Local ;������, *m
Drafts bought and gold, yJ
transmitted by Money Order��
Telegraph Transfer. Utteti��
Credit issued payable in ,11 u,
leading cities of the world.
We invite your account.
Prince Rupert Branch-
F. S. LONG. M.���,n
MOORE LIGHT
The Light that Kivnls the Son
Local business men recommend it
ThiB well-known gasoline light ��� |
exclusively by
A. T. PARKIN & I
FOR   SALE
Section  1,  Lot 21.  Block 11.
Section  S,   Lut 3,   Murk l;a.
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Work performed hy expert! onlj.
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every instance.
A large stock of Chandellen ml
Fittings carried.
Dr. and  Mrs.   Eggerl  an
iu town after .i visit to the -
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For reservations of Lots
In Ellison, write or wire
Land Commissioner, G. T.
P. Railway Company, Winnipeg: A. W. Brldgeman,
Victoria, ll C, or Jeremiah
H. Kugler,  Prince  Rupert.
GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC
���Townsite���
For reservationi of LoU
in Elliton. write or wire
Land Commissioner, G. T,
P. Railway Company, Winnipeg; A. W. Bridgeman
Victoria, B. C, or Jeremiah
H.   Kugler,    Prince   Ruper*.
The only Main Line
Townsite in British
Columbia in which
the Grand Trunk
Pacific Railway Co.,
has announced
joint ownership
its
Lots in Ellison
Townsite and
Rogers Addition For Sale.
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SEE THE OFFICIAL MAP
I'he tirst glance will show yon that   ELLISON   is In-
1'iilial ni ihe junction of the Skeenn Itiver ami the   Hulk-
ley Valley.   The Grand Trunk Pacific has announced that
they are joint owners in the townsite  of   Kllison.    Now,
my dear reader, ymi must remember that up to date the
(irand Trunk Pacific has not announced that it hits any
interest in any other main line townsite in British Coluffl-
i'i t.   Does that start you thinking?
STUDY Till': MAP anil ynu will lintl that  Ellison   is
where tlie railway tracks leave navigation.      That fart is
a very important one for conservative investor! to think
over, What is known as the lliizilliin district COVen ii
territory many mil'"- in extent in .very direction radiating from the townsite of Ellison.   Mining machinery, ore
shipments, smellers, reduction   plants   ami   all   sorts  of
mining operations starting up in this rich mineral region,
in.,-i a ecessarily have a metropolis, a lit" H. a headquart-
ers.   If any  ine, iservatlve man can future out any
er spot except Ellison for the huh of the great com-
��� a.f tin-, district, his plan should be very Interesting
i Grand Trunk Pacific officials,    It does seem as
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La   Iha
though thn�� officials
aflt
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nf Investiga
tion ami engineering, WOOld know just what they Were
doing when they put Iheir ollicial stamp on Kllison.
8TUDY THAT MAP  I desire to say to all partial
who are talking townsites in the vicinity of Skeena kiver
anil llulkley Valley that there will no ilotiht he several
small towns, just the SUM IS one always limls in a mining tlistriet.    There will he towns in thi'   vicinity  of   El-
llsofl along branch railways, probably towns at the ends
of hralich lines made to serve the mines ami the collieries.
hut it will he history repeating itself in r>-irnri| to the
building up of every metropolis, Kllison has every natural advantage, has every earmark of lieing the future
mercantile ami linancial centre of Ihe .Skeena Hiver mining tlistriet ami the entrance to the Hulkley Valley.
STUDY THAT MAP ami yon will   limi  that  all  of
tin- mining towns anil railroad towns   around   there  just
beginning to he talked aliout will only lie feeders to eity
am] |aort of ELLISON, The tiraiid Trunk Padflc hai put
its omclaJ stamp on Ellison.   Do you believe thc company
will ilo as much for townsites owned l,y Individuals  its   ft
will for one in which Its stockholders are joint owners T
If ynu ilo. ilon'l bus any lot" ie Ellison,    I* ynu de    e to
make a permanent Investment, or merely to make n little
quick money, you must  decide   for  yourself  right   now.
Do you propose to follow the iiuliviiiual townsite promoter! or the (irami Trunk l'acilic Railway Company.
STUDY THAT MAI'- If you desire to put your
money into a real estate promoter's townsite you will
have many, many opportunities this summer. 'lhe average promoter is full of hurrah anil retl tire. He must
enthuse investors of the mail-order class with his wares.
KLLISON is in the Missouri class. Therefore, I am not
telling any fairy tales aliout it. I am making statements
that can lie readily verified.
STUDY THAT MAP.-If you want to join that
groat army of hivca-tors at long-range, then you shoultl
put ynur money into promoters' townsites. li' you want
a perfectly safe antl sound inuestment, certain to Ining
you large prolits, then nut your money where Hie (Irand
Trunk l'acilic. after years nf careful investigation, have
put their money.
STUDY Til AT MAP. It is not likely the Grand
Trunk l'acilic will have any other townsite in British (o-
lumliia for sale this year. The officials of the company
state that the company is not interested in any townsite
in the llnzeltoti ili-atrir't except KLLISON.
KLLISON is on the lunik of the Skeena nt its con-
nUence with the Hulkley.     You may change railway siir-
not'chaSWetel 8" "?*[}"" "f ,<,WIIS. *���"*��� I* ��">���
tin' r\Z% *r'���;& ,,'hf '������'"""���J'.tl.rougl. which
means an rmnortani t,    , ��L?8V,*a#.on   ���>����"""?
Hi" head of i, , ,in\"s'l,,1' B|H*>n will not only be at
won orfu  in iu .h    !!'    " l,l"\''"!'"'-' ��>�� B mining district
Wil and water     The '?h J" ��__>_ ",r '"""f   l,oth   *
gineaup or down the line or In t_T__\ "V'1' <J'","Kt' 6n"
��f Ellis!,,,:,!,,,,, n,,l m , , t ��� s ; ,';''bUrb? ?i,th" t0W"
lown when such ���i,.��� 1 shucks   in   building  up  a
w'-' ���i".andhntetiorne ^T''"1 ">lh a ^Wtad
reserved fo,- future salesfthi, same a*&?**'_, ,,ns *.*"
��� one witii certain sections of PrinSf o   company has
There are, therefore   at this tlm Kupert   townsite.
on the markat   You n ,    i",   l \,f����i>iirntiv��.|y few lots
STUDY   THAT   M   ,i    i '  '.���v'"1 want one.
Elilsoi    only  a  ^nitll   ,'., ���,,U' <; :i<fj'   ADDITION   to
blocks of the site o'  J"'..  '"   l!;111.. Itai within eight
'"'' bains offered.        , ���,''   "y stat!!,n-    L<>t* In this
ers Addition lots al Jl r iK- \"LC]ltn_* to bu�� K"K"
coiners.    Terms    K, ,���.,.',.,,, "r,-",H,,k'   lot��   ""'I 1260 for
percent down and tl leb. i,    d,Mount
.$26
for  ciiBh,   or  10
ance on easy terms, no Interest
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WE  HAVE   BUYERS  FOR  LOTS IN
STEWART
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers, Prince Rupert and Stewart, B. C.
Agents for Stewart Land Company,   Limited
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- THE COSY CORNER
DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY   TO   THE  INTERESTS   OP   WOMEN     j
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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 ull of the ladies of I'rince Rupert
aro invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions, Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed thut "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
LINEN AND LACE
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Largest Stock
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The Leading Linen Manufacturers ol The World
UIKECT   FROM   THE   LOOM   TO THE   PURCHASER
Hand Woven Irish Damasks   ix 2 yrds $3.18   2 X 2 1-2 $4.00   2     X
Ila in.nt. li. ai Damask
Tea Cloths 88x88 inch.     .Mi :tti X     3t>     .05 50     x     50
Dam��k Tray  Cloths  16x24 inch.    .8418 x    27     .28 26     x    45
Htmmcd Linen Sheets    2x It yrds   2.110 2 l-2x      3   3.78 2 1-2x3 1-2
30 22 x
30    .35 21    x    27
37   1.80 27    x    27
each
$4.80
1.52
.52
pair
4.40
each
.40
1.86
6.05
Pure Linen Pillow Covers.. 80(80 inch
Embroidered Linen
Pillow Covers 20x311 inch.    1.68 22     X
Hand Embroidered
Linen Bed Spreads KOx'.IO inch.   5.40 80     x   100   6.12 90     11   100
Linen Nightdress Cases Hemstitched .-18 Embroidered   .66
liemtlitched Linen
Towels, per doz. 28x88 inch.    1.7ii 2d     x    40   2.00 26     .:    46      3,00
Fringed Bedroom Towels, doz., Cold, ends     22     X     42   1.40 22      X     45       192
84    x    42  2.73
Walpoles'
IRISH LINENS
44F Bedford Street, BELFAST, IRELAND
Illustrated Catalogue on receipt of postcard to Walpoles, 173 Huron St. Toronto
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Here is a modish design for a
inen coat suit, which may be
developed in one's favorite shade
by having the lace dyed to match
the linen, which was done for
the original of our model. A lovely
shade of violet linen was elected,
and the heavy linen lace then was
colored to match.
The coat is exceedingly unique
with its stole arrangement of lace
and the broad band of lace around
skirt of coat. Kimono sleeves are
employed, and these, too, are
banded with lace, and the front
of skirt has a pointed tab corresponding to the sltile on coal, the
former running a trille lower than
the stole.
State of Califronia for Alaska.
Mrs. J. \V. Austin lias removed
to Sixth avenue for ,1 shorl time,
prior to taking up her residence in
Vancouver.
Mrs. McMullin, with her children leaves next week to spend the
summer in the Okanagan.
Mr. and Mrs. Clements leave
next week to spend a few weeks
under canvas on the b.inks of the
Skeena.
HARBORS AND DEEP
MUSSALLEM & COMPANY
 Good   Fresh   Groceries  at   City Prices	
LET US HAVE YOUR NEXT ORDER
WE   HANDLE  ONLY  THE   BEST.
( WE   SAVE   YOU   MONEY.      TRY
j US AND SEE WHY.      -:     -:     -:
/    To   Residents of Section! 5, 6,   7 and   8-We deliver  promptly,
our qoodt are fresh, at pricea not to be beaten in the city   I   t
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House of Good Values
���NEW CONSIGNMENTS OF���
Ladies' Summer Walking Skirts
In all shades, from $5.00 to $7.50
Udies' and Misses' Wash Suits at Various Prices
Thai
(rood mill wash'
'"  Wei,
Rawing hoy should he riggad out In somsthlng cheap, k"<
"'these days     Here are the Roods.    We've just received   them:
Boy's Summer Suits from $1.50 to $7.50
ave everything for ladies ant] Rontlemen in  ClothiiiK  antl  Shoes
The House of Good Values
JABOUR BROS.   -    Third Ave.
The ships now  in   the harbor lie
asleep
And have forgot  how  the sea-
wind puffs the Bails
There cast upon the decks. Yonder
die deep
Lies brooding and the lost gull
weakly (lails
'The clam with listless wing, that
lain would lie
Wei with the spindrift <>f a scud-
ding prow.
He sickens, pale Odysseus of the
sea
Shaped for lhe storm, o'er windless waters now.
So  have   I   fallen   in   thine  arms
asleep,
And my soul sickens and I restless lie
Adventure-struck and hungry for
the sweep
Of rhythmctic oars and islands
drifting by.
I waken, let me go!   It is not pride;
Bright Lucifer Into the darkness
hurled
Was   happier   than   angels   quiet*
eyed.
God in me urges;  yonder glooms
thu world.
The sailor seeks the haven but a
day,
His life spills on thc sea;   then
sweeter sleep,
And dearer thou for yearnings far
away;
They   know   not   harbors   who
know not the deep.
���Christian Gauss, in the May
Scrlbner.
Mrs. Alder entertained some of
the ladies of tin First Baptist
church on Wednesday afternoon
in honor of Mrs. Birnie who is
leaving Prince Rupert. The following ladies were present: Mrs.
Birnie, Mrs. Payton, Mrs. Derry,
Mis. E. A. Woods, Mrs. I.atix.
Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. J, Hampton,
Mrs. W. J. Kirkpatrick, Mrs.
Dowling, and Mis> Wark.
Needle Note
In making all-over embroidery
or other corset covers having
draw-strings at lhe top asnd wait-
Ill e, stitch the shoulder slraps
to the upper edge of the back.
In the front fasten these to the
garment on the underside with a
small safety pin, ur a button and
buttonhole. This is tu be undone
when laundering and the covers
opens out flat ami is as easily
ironed as a handkerchief.
Messrs.  W.  Morrison  and  W.
Munford of Seattle have gone lo
Alice Arm tu look up a mining
prospect  there.
FOR    RENT
Office Rooms facing Sixth Street and
Second Ave. in Westenhaver Block.
Office Rooms over Canadian Bank of
Commerce. Third Street
Cosy 4-room Cottage on lot 11, hlock
36, section B, $20.00 per month.
Other COttagea, Hats and cabins, furnished and unfurnished.
Two good rooming house propositions
FOR   SALE
Lot 24, block 35. section 1 ; $1975 on
easy terms.
Lots 15 and Hi, block 9, section 5;
$2000.
Lot 12, block 21, section 7: $600 on
easy monthly payments.
Lots 28 and 29, block 19, section 7 ;
$640.
Fire, Life and Plate Glass insurance.
Westenhaver  Bros.
PHONE   100
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SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Thc Ladies' Auxiliary of the
General Hoiplatl has arranged
foi a tea at the residence of Mrs.
II. L. Johnston, Fifth avenue, on
Thursday next from 3 to 0, in aid
uf the hospital.
Mr. James Beveridge of Vancouver is a guest at thc Prince
Rupert  Inn.
Mrs. Thomas and  Miss Wood
1 who have been guests for the past
two weeks at the Prince Rupert
Inn Annex left Thursdav   on thc
Uth Ave. and Brian St.
$liio Cash will handle this
lot in sec. 8. The full
price is only $200. You
can make a quick turn on
a small investment.
$$$$ will be made by the
fortunate investor in a lot
we are ollering in section
6. $500 cash will handle
it and we can prove that
it iB a snap.
Near Sth Ave. and Emmerion Place
$300���Cash handles one of the
best buys in the city,
right on the hill where
nearly all of the best
residences have been
built, B pretty site and
very cheap, $1100.
Sth Ave., Near Imanuel Place
$183. l5-Down on a $315 lot
near Seal Cove, splendid investment well located.
Cor. Sth Ave. and Imanuel Place
$500���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, $900.
Cheap Rent Butine.it Quarters
$25 Per Month will rent a
building 25x40 near 3rd
and 6th Sts., suitable
for warehouse, carpenter shop, plumbing or
tinsmith.
Houston u the Place for You
$50 to $400 a lot will place you
in on this new Grand Trunk
townsite located in the
centre of Pleasant Valley,
which is the cream of the
Bulkley Valley.
Double Weekly Service
S.S. PRINCE RUPERT and S.S. PRINCE GEORGE
For Stewart, Sundays, 8.00 a m.
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Mondays and Fridays at 8 a.m.
���i. Prince Albert sails for Port Simpson, Naas Hiver Points, Masset,
Naden Harbor, every Wednesday, 1.00 p.m.
and fort
Refuge Hav,   Skidegate,   Queen
Charlotle City,  Lockeport,  Pa-
con, Jedway,  Ikeda Hay,  Rose
Harbor   ana   return   via   Queen
Charlotte City every   Saturday,
1.00 p.m.
The   Grand Trunk Railway Syitem
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains over its
double   track route  between  Chicago,
Toronto,   Montreal,   Quebec,   Halifax,
Portland, Boston, New York and Philadelphia.    Information   ard  tickets  obtainable from the office hereunder mentioned.   Trans-Atlantic bookings by all
lines arranged.
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT    AND    PA88BNQER   AGENT
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MUSINGS
BY   MACK
In thc rich life-giving Canadian
sunshine yesterday afternoon I
chanced on a tiny girl with pretty
llaxen curls, big dark, enquiring
eyes, and a dainty baby mouth
with a whole l"i nl coining feminine character in its dainty little
curves, sin- was watching hoi
daddy building .i boat, His was
] perhaps the must interesting occupation in the whole world for
a in.in. Hers was surely ono ol
the mosl interesting of the million
I and one occupations there are for
babies, which we absurdly Berious
grown-ups su foolishly forget. The
glory ul the afternoon sunshine
lell richly upon the wee lassie.
With her chubby little hands she
liusietl herself picking up red-gold
shavings, lu her BO infinitely more
valuable than the grimy old dollar
bills half of us are wasting our
lives after.
FREE
EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE     :      :
For all kindf of help, cooks,
waiters, dishwashers, hotel porters, all kinds of laborers or mechanics, call up
Phone No. 178
nl' Mil .'It   lhe
Giand Hotel lice  Employment  Office
Headquarters for cooka ��� waiters
ROGERS & BLACK
until.ESAI.K   DEALERS IN
Building   Material,    Cement,   Lime,
Hair-fibre Plaiter, Colce, Blackimith
Coal,   Common Brick,
Pre����ed Brick
Shingles, Lath, New Wellington Coal
Ai.l. ORDERS PROMPTLY KILLED
See Us for Prices.
Phone No. 116
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST
Phone No. 200 P. 0. Hox 5K0
I'KINCK RUPERT. ll.C.
FAMOUS PRINCESS LINE
Citudiin Pacific Railway   ���   B.C. Coast Steamship Strvke
Princess May
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For Vancouver, Victoria
and Seattle
FRIDAY, MAY 12th, at noon
Trnin fur Winnipeg nrul Toronto leaves Vancouver at
  it u.m. daily
"^^^ Emporia! Limited for Chlouo,
Montreal ami New York. Boat train MTOM the
continent, leaves Vunroutier daily at 8.46 p.m.
Carries compartment observation cars, the finest
car on any road anywhere.
Agent for all Atlantic Steumship lines. Tickets
to and from European pointa.
J. G. McNab - General Agent
Coast to Coast
OCEAN TO OCEAN
Tickets   To   All   Points
ROGERS' Steamship and
Railway Agency
Second Ave. Phone 116
I watched the wee hands with
their tiny pink fingers working
away busily in tlie sunshine with
those delightfully curly Bhavings.
Only once or  twice did   the hig
���rk   baby eyes  peep  up wot'der-
ingly in my direction. The little
lady had much more use for
fragrant red-gold Bhavings than
she had for a clumsy inan-crcaturc.
How much wiser liaby nirls are
than ki'Is a little older. Did
you ever think aliout it? There
in the warm BUn-glow, Inside her
daddy, with her childhood's aid
of health, .iiitl her childhood's
wealth of shavings, she was absolutely   ukul.     Nothing   in    the
woriti worried her. except perhapsIReilly's Bakery Lunch
the sensible Irish terrier wlin came 	
and   kissed   her   because   he   was i
Irish and gallant, ami she looketl
good io him.
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GaliItacomplota "tan-It nf Oruir*.   Sia,-,-inl
ulL-ntiun paitl to Ittlinic I��r,*scrl|iti.ns.
Theatre Block Pbohs No. n Second Ave.
>C CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Agent.
i ia .1.1 - pramiatly IIU,*..   trie** reasonable.
OFFICE- II. U. KwhoaUT. Centrr St    Phonr l*.
Empress Theatre Basement
Cor. 2nd Ave. and 6th Street
S.S.  INLANDER
...FOR . ..
HAZELTON
Saturday, May  13
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester   -   Agent
Fruit   :   Produce   :   Feed
WHOLESALE
H. H. Morton
3rd Ave.
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second aveiue and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
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MUNRO  &   I.AILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
All over the world wherever the
afternoon sun shim s w.irmly, wherever there are kindly, busy dadtlies
building boats t>r mending boots
there are sin.ill girls with thubby
baby lingers toying with priceless
baby treasures of shavings, or
rose-leaves or buttons and siring.
In the alleys and squares of old-
world capitals, in tlie gardens and
grass-plots of rising Canadian cities, iu Europe, Asia, Africa and
America as you are reading this
very line, there are baby lingers
cuddling worthless trilles of inestimable value in big wondering
baby eyes. Surely the sunshine
loves tn linger on thc bonnie wee
people as  it   turns  their shavings
a to leaf-gold, and their (lower petals
to fairy dresses. Surely baby-girls
who play in the sunshine, store
up lots of it in their hearts that will
shine out afterwards in their lives
I if some blundcrbus man doesn't
manage to rob  them of it.    One
pf those Bad-eyed, robbed ones
I met once told me that her favorite
color was "the color of sunshine."
There is more than merely hope
for thai girl's happiness yet. While
there is still the child-love in her
heart for "the color of sunshine,"
there is help, the help of the sunshine, the help, perhaps of love.
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p   ��� Monroe
Ladysmith
l.      '���* Coal
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REAL   ESTATE
Kit.-iiinkiiliiii. Land Kor Sale
KITSUMKALUM - B. C.
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO.  63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All   members of  the  order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
0. S. JOHNSTONE. N.G.
II. MORTON, Secretary.
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS -1-  AUDI! (IKS
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 351
ALFRED  CARSS, C.  V.  BENNETT, B.A.
of British Columbia of B.C., Ontario, Siu-
anai Manitoba Bars. katrhewan   and  Al
berta Ha tt,
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc
Office���Exchange block, corner Third avenue and
Sixth street. Prince Rlioert. 8
WM. S. HALL, L. D. S., D.D.8.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operations skilfully treated. Gas and
local anasthetics administered for the painless extraction of teeth. Consultation free. Offices:
IlelRcrson Block. Prince Rupert. 11-12
PHENIX THEATRE
(Under Now Kantftnwnt)
AMfcM
TO-NIGHT
Complete   Change of Programme
Latest Pictures   -   Besl Music
GET THE HABIT
EVERYBODY COME
Adults 15c     -     Children 10c
F. W. HART
UNIIKRTAKKH A  EMMAI.MKR
HTI'fK   COMI'I.KTK
Little's NEWS Agency
Matfazines :: Periodicals :: Newspapers
CIGARS   ::   TOBACCOS   ::   FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARE
FOR SALE
HANDASYDE   C__  HURT
AGKNTS   I'OR   HTKK1,.    MACII1NKKY
...AND    CONTHACTORH    BUFPLIM...
P. O. Box 436 - Office 3rd and Fulton
P. O. BOX 23
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OP SINGING
PUril. OF WM. POXONi ESti.. A.II.A.M.," LON.i F.Ntl.
b   Law-Butler Co.
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND  REPORTS
SIXTH  STREET
PRINCE RUPERT
Liquor Act, 1910
(Section 85)
Notice is hereby given that on the
24th day of May next, application will]
lie made to the Superintendent of Pro-
vincial Police for the grant of u license
for the sale of llquour hy retail in anil
upon the premises known as Kitsiimkn-
lum Hotel, situate at Kitsumkalum, B,
C., Skeena district, upon the lantls described as lot 866.
Dated this 84th dav of April, 1911.
Apr. 26-lmo.      HARRY BEUKYMAN
AIox.M.Manson n.a..     W.E.WUIInms,n.A.,I..t.l)
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C.
Lots ii ami li. Bloek 2H,
Section 1.
%'MHII), SB per cent, cash,
balance 1.2.;) years,
"t per cent.
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GEO. W. MORROW 1
1076 Nelson St., Vancouver, B.C.   ^
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BOWLING, *__$S_
4 Alley*. 1 Tabta    A gflbj BB>
clue.    A elenn uport,    LtdlMtVfn
afternoon.     Newman  Work,  Ite-
twecn (Uh and "th Sti.
TF,n HOMtttOMi     Proprietor anil Mnmwi
1444444444444444444444444^ THE    D Al L Y    NEWS
...THE...
"What Shall It Be"
Question
This store is prepared lo answer il
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The occasion mny be what
it will; it is our duty to be
ready to Supply you,  and  we
Can   00  it   taan.
With pleasure to you because nf tin slse nl display:
with profit to ynu because of
our nlaility I" sell close.
When the ififl question presents Itself let  us show you
how easily we ''im match yiaiir
Ideas,
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Heintzman Pianos
EASY TERMS
C. B. WARK
Jeweller
For Rent
Partly furnished House on
Srjl Ave. 7 mums with
bath.      Electric   lighted.
G. C. Emmerson
NADEN  BLOCK
SECOND AVE.
Scandinavian  Dance
The Scandinavian ladlM of I'rince Kuptrt
willffvt*daaa In .������������ K*ofp, Hall *_n
Saturday,   May   13th
at 8.30 p.m.
Our
Chinaware
Department
i- a,; to which we pay special at-
tentioi   ,���'. it is const tan tly being
i'i ;    ���  -h.il with new stuck.
Qualit]. ihape, dei oration, reputation of makers,  mean everything    cl    i and In crockery
und these are matters which we
stinly when buying.
On our shelves will be found
manj parities of china  brought
here from tome of the must fam-
tteries In the world.
* *.     English   Dlnnerware   is
a! to u- tlirect by all water
.'a  frnm the potteries iii  Enc-
to I'rinee Kupert; we Import
It al the lowest prices ami we sell
it as cheaply as it can be bought
anywhere In Canada.
We have on band ever, tl ���.
���i or crockery neede I
parlor, dining-room or kitchei
and, whether you huy or not, we
shall he Klail to   show   it   to  ymi
whenever you like, for chinaware
is a hobby with us and we like to
shew it ami to talk about it.
H. S. Wallace Co'y. Ltd.
Dry Goods. Chinaware, Etc.
Fulton Street  and Third  Avenue
a   1 ��� ��� ^j. J Coming Events Cast Their
-     Advertisements |   Shadows Before Them
Classified
Om of the best services the modern newspaper gives the public is In the classified ^*Xl>m^r_V..\7.
There buyer and seller, employer ami worker, landlord and tenant, and a host ol others nu    on   om
in,.ii ground,    To put this modern convenience In reach of everyone the News wilt ���"J"
rati to a nominal price of a cent a word per Insertion    Minimum charge or m cen��.
Here is our Classified Advertising Column for today.    Watch  it  grow,
modern newspaper give, the public I. In the classified riwUMiunt columns,
VICTORIA   CAFE
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\ entative is wanted
tributary tO I'rince
!;,, sell the hardy non-irri-
_���..-          ��� stock grown by the
Oi         ��� ry Company, Oren-
a Liberal terms. Party
ami well   recommended,
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Oregon Nursery Company
Orenco - Oregon
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FOUND   On wharf, Saturday, .Mio' 6th, roll ol
money,  Ownerean haveumi by itpi   ���
Dally Nt'UH oiliftaud slvtnji lad   Ml
lia'uliiin. I     tl
POUND���A unal! sun of money on Ind   tvt   ������
Apply MoRee, ���hoamaktr, I niton St.       *-li
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Laundry
Wanted- lome one to take homo smith waihlnsi.
Mrs. N. F- Helmerc, uornorSlxth Ave. anal Mo-
BrldeStraeti PhoneJM. 107-109
' WANTED h{      ForRen'
For Sale
INDIAN-BAND
CONCERT
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Apply Lau I   I ���
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lacr niunlli; laitck uf rink
Company,
If you would Ilkas new houiecloioIn, pi    * .'
ft. P. Mc Rao ft Co.
Furnish.1,!  House tn R,.nl  In  -'���"   ;      '        ''
maaiitli fromMoy lfalh-illn.     Apply Pi
ia,'it Agendee, Snd Ave.
Nleo furnlahad roomi for rant     Apl
Rooming limine, 2ml Ave., naar Mi p
May 11-ltnii
Twonlealy furtiinhp,l r,iom��. ona fl  ": ,l" '"��� '���'
baths.   Tha Roland. Thiol
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Help Wanted
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 af
\ flrit-rota proposition which will [rive a itoads
monthly Income.   SSOO cash hamlles it.    U.K.
\!  'i:.a.ift CO.    Sl'a-aallal   AVl'. |Ul-tf
Household Oooda,   Rooms to bo lot.    Apply Mn,
K\.at:. "lh Av,1. anal Tuylair St. ni'ar Summit. '.'���
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The most int.irestlng performance evei
held in British Columbia,   to
be held in the
Empress Theatre, Empire Day
MAY 24
i't miss this.        Contest at 2 p.m.
CUPS AND MEDALS
w at ���!. S, Gray & Snn's_ Jewely
Sixth St
\\;ilit,'ai   taa   hire,
p.o. HaixTj;.
Don't miss this-
Office Wanted
 + TICKETS   -   50c AND 75c
uimll apses In office.  Apply to on sale at theatre anil at Gray's store
ORDINATION   SERVICE
New Pastor Going to Hazelton
With His Bride
I
tilt
Mr.
on view at .1. S. Gray & - .
Store  Sixth St,    I'hone  NO,    to lilac.
Apply
09-108
FRED. STORK!
General  Hardware
Builders' Hardware
Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves
tlraniteware       Tinware
SECOND  -  AVENUE .
....    ....   *���*������
S. O. E. B. S.
tfev��^a>^*ev4>^i>'%jn.ii'<k,f>.i
A k'irl todoplain Nvtur.   Mrs. N- F. Hrimwt,
eor. Bth Ave. and MrKri<l> St., phom
107-It"
Boy to Quaint in oflice at Pierey UorrltA Cd
Phfit Ave.
A wnmnn todo house work. ���  rfrli foi
work.   Apply Pioneer Lt* in Iry.
A*i Bxparimotd Bttaagnpl ������ it one* Apply to
Mack (tfiilty tnd In��ur��r ��� *' nnp*ru
A Mother'* Help. One who ��'nn 'I" cooking.
Other maid kept. Apply Ut-% Pnlnwr,
4th Ave. ami Hays Covet     le, phono 80ft   lOX*ti
too-tf
i .
Money to Loan
���J Overseas - Club
In the Presbyterian churcl
press   theatre,   tomorrow   ,1
morning service Mt.  I>. r
Lean of Toronto will be ordained
Rev. J, S.  Henderson and  [\(n
I''. M. Kerr will conduct the scr.
vice.    After  his ordination   Mi
MeLean goes up river to Hazclum
with his N'tiimn bride t" Hazultun
where he the scene of his labm
Municipal Notice
Tenden will ln�� rMolvodi hindtd to thi
itfmodi up to Kp in., Momluv,  Mu.\   l.ttl,   i ir (hi
palnttnff of the naw Polios Building 01 merof
3rd Ave and 4th st.   Bpeolflcattoni t��� \ri, .,,;
City Hull.   Tendon must bo on form to It,   bl ill
cd from the undernitrnwl.
ERNEST A. WOODS
107-109 City Clerk,
. . ASK ME . . .
if you  want  to buy  or sell
REAL ESTATE
a oltulfled ftdvertteement will Rnd you th.
ey with which tti put your plan into effeot
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mon- I
EMPIRE  DAY
CONCERT
Waiter wanteil nt Central Hotel
ft .y Wanted.   Apply at Oj tlmllt Ofl C
Wanted immiHltately, (firl for light hou 1 worli
Apply to Mrs. M. H. t' ben, Prater street "
���phone ;u. 108-tf.
Houses Wanted
Thr Prinot Raptri Lodn, No,  H-. S
���-.t nn-l  tlunl  Tuaidajra In
.�����eh fiaaanth ita ti..- Oarpaatois Hall, at -1> nt
I. v CLARK, Sa��
I' it Ii"t ".: Print, Raparl
HOURBS   WANTEU-Ku-   i-h.-l    ar  iinfunii-li-
Salvation Army Entertainment
A splendid entertainment, consisting 'if 8 or 4 drills by the
children, also a number of musical selections, recitations,   vocal
selections by soma of the best
talent in the city, a comical dialogue entitled  Mrs.   Buttermilk
by Mrs. Johnstone, Mr.   Daggel
and Geo. Shaw, Jr., as well as a
, number of different parts by the
4 B.O.L. Children, will be held in
the   S. A.   Citadel  next  Friday
given  in
Theatre.
���-���i-tr
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The best performance ever
1I1,��� city,   Held In Empress
Moving Pictures at 7.80 p.m.
Concert at 8.00 p.m.  Sharp
Feature: Tug of War
between police, Fire Department and
Earl Grey's Ititles.
Also Amateur Competition for Children under 14 yours of age-
Silver Cup antl Prtsei on view at J. S.
dray's Jewelry Store, where tickets
can be hail for Concert at 50c, ",r>c, $1.,
slso from members of Club. (Iray's
phone 78 black.
. Il.ailltll
and Accitlent
INSURANCE
ArT'IDFNT   Inmironcr Car I.ula-
/\VA-,lLSC|i| * "ror. > Bptdalu
Low Premiums, Prompt Settlement
JOHN DYBHAVN
P.O. Box "b"    Ollice: Exchange Block
DANCE
n I I will rpn
verier, nu wmtinir. nu tint
Hliirk r��y-lnrUr Jerry
Phone it��' today,
TMf
Music by the Kaupfuam Orchestba
FOR RENT
$50 per month will rent tine.
newly built apartment house,
three st..ri>~ nigh, containinu
room- a,:, upper Boors. Reception, lauili and living moms on
firm,lul lloor. Must lie seen In
iv fullv appreciated. Special
opportunity for hotel or rooming bouse.
Co-Operative Real Estate Co.
"ASK  ISt'l.K JKRKY"
GET  A  GOOD   THING
WHEN BUYING SHOES
Scott, Froud & Company
t���
What better way to close the tlay than
by going to the Dance given  by J.  S.
dray at Mclntyre Hall after Concert.
B.O.L. until the commencement 10.80 to 2 a.m.
Hon. Mayor Tickets, Gents $1.00. Ladies Free
- - A,, . __,��� rua J.l��r���"ai    aar    a, 11 iu,,11.ii-         ���
t I tt ��� noon,    III    lUon and Priea suit   nvoninir   and will   tini<h    nn   tin
nttli.aiaim..    mdpaj rant In ��.l-   c\enill)f, dlltl Will   I1I1IM1    I
 .^.+ of school in the fa
/ Manson will he chairman,
OUR SODA
.FOUNTAIN.
IS OPEN
FOR'11
t'AKUV THK
Tin: BE
IS THE CHEAPES1
Get Wise
Strong & Garfield's Waterproof Boots are the thin*.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN MAH. ORDERS
P. 0. Box 342 RUPERTS SHOE HOUSE 3rd Avenue
Board Wanted
+    .���~.^..^.^.��w,^.^..^.^.CT^.^.+ a Tiekcts for sale now by an.\
WAM'KI) -lt.,m nnl buar.l   in privatn fninaly.    t|       1���.,���| ninmltui-o
\ m . 1 ii.umut ones. 11   "ie local memoers.
�� . *
������ Fire Insurance j
111(1  il
j splentlid time is assured to all.
Pantorium Pioneer Cleanen, 'I'i ��� -1
B:
uy Good Furniture Cheap
'ig New Stock to be Cleared
OUR SPKCIAlaTY-FIra ln>ur��nr��.    Warapra-
amtalavau -tr.anir Kin* ln��urati<-,' Com]
Wa  ��a,nt   y.aur    mUlnSBi      lB*-|re   anil    ia|ii:i'l
I.' t it^��.   Thf Mark  H..-..*-
In.urant.a Crfnimny. c��ir Brd t\*.. t,ti*l I'ult'aa: Bt
THE Hriti.ii Union and NaUonal Flra Inourann-
CorniMiny "f I^.i.il���n. Bnsland,   with   raultjil
,,f ���_; ���.........    g<* uo for ratao     Tba Had
Kciiltv anal ln.iiran.-r Cumuanv. Tii-tf
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BUSINESS MEN LOOK ROUND
C. D. Rand of Vancouver Here
with   Party   Interested
Prices Cut in Half
Come and See
J. F. MACDONALD
Seconal Ave., near Mc Bride St.
Tl
Among   tin-   passengers   ny   the
Prince  Cit-nruc   today   �� ire   Mr,
Situations Wanted      :  C. D. Rand of Vancouver, and half
f*��w��K.M<w��,^.nM,^^ adiizcn prominent men of business
a ria->inr.i admtiaaawnt ii a tir,-!,... ��,irk-  who are here on ,t visit of inspection and study ol conditions with
oca tion  of  branch
������ *    .m,  ��� m,,,   .  - .  ,
huntrr - ami ��rld���m fail*.
Man nnal ��ifn want. |a.��ition in rami, ,,r haat..|.    .
XtHrtly Urn claoo c��*a.    Apply Box T. U     tile    possible
Nf*'. laO-laa- . . ,
businesses here in the future.
The |).tri\  included Mr. J
It- axporiaaead man and wlfaai 000k and halpar
In mlntnir camp ur country h.atrl.   Auplv Il.l.
T.. Ontinii.t. Slar
j In family or l.Mialiiair
li.   B  ' -'!.
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OUR SPECIALS FOR TODAY -
I'ure Ice Cream with sil the     I
t
I
���Fi
I  C.   H. ORME i
Tht Phntu Ihui'i't ; t
PHONE    :    ;
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FRESH RIPE STRAWBERRIES
For your Sunday afternoon tea-partj Strawberries ud Cream
will make it a Hurt-,'*..
FRESH SPRING VEGETABLES
What is niter than Crisp Lettuce, Home Grown Tomatoes, with other
vegetables, with your lunch thi se days!
Roafol Woods, Lawson <K: Leggctt,
hardware mcrchatts of Vancouver,
.^..^.. ^1+ \\.   I..   Drake  of   the   MtClarey
Boarders Wanted       (Manufacturing Co., Charles Par-
 11-"11" "' Johnston, Bros., I.t.i.   A.
L , , ,  . H.   Walbridge   of   the   National
,m. r..,k��| mral. an.l nlwly furnUhtd n��.ni�� . "ouuttoi |
',',,. ""T* l"*""i*.     Apply Mr.. Jam���. Scott    (.isll      Kl-Ulntcr     t'o.,      laillesSfotl I
Bids.. Sid At*, hat a aaa sth sad Ith gta.   **���_* .  . j..m\ ������..,.���,,
Basid i,y the weak.or ennth.   Bona P 'Nat���. Ltd., Glasgow, and Mr.
A;iX^^;>���^,J;^...N!,,,;nriV;rv,:V! '������"���"W Tum��r �����!.����� is underatood
r�����-^.r*.,^.^.^.^..^.^..^,. ; t" be looking  up some likily  in-
Real F.-simtm. I  v,-s"'1'"'1'^ >n Prince Rupert prop-
+.^..^.,
fl'tv,
������***-^*^*..*m**AI*-*r*^.���**-_.,.**_..At
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All kimls of new Groceries for particular |h n|ilc at popular prices.
Ideal Provision House, J
THIRD AVENUE
rar 6th Street
PHONE 190
A ri��..in��i idraiUaauwel i�� a n-al pn��t<, ia|oi
man.   ami daa-o  n���l ,,fti-n ctint   , ii..h,tI,   "t��,
fount ' in tho not ro.nll.
Salvation Army
Services tonight at  8 o'clock
''��^la.,^;:'a^T',,:!���,^""^:a*:^!;";,h and tomorrow at 11 a.m.. 3 p. in.
^hV'C; 3^r%mZ&n* '-' antl 8 p.m.   All are cordially invited,   antl  a special   invitation  INSERT YOUR LAND PURCHASE
���Church Services
FIHST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Bervlooi every Sunday intlii*
Bmpreai Theatre, 11 u.m. anal
7 :���, p.m.    Bunday School and
ltililo CIji-h ni '_'.iin p. m. Sunday
Bvenlns Bnalga Johnatone, of Sni-
vntlun Ann,- will pr.-iich.
REV. V. W. KERR, M.A.. Pastor
THE   KlltST   BAPTIST   CHURCH
III.AH Ol' t'KSTHK ST.
Service, every Bunday   .1  11
a.m. nnal 7.:l<i p,m.      Suinlay
Bchool -.;i"   p. in.       baimoa
Hililp Clllto.  :t  p.m.
REV. W. II. MeLEOD B.A s iv    Pastoh
THK FIRST M Kll I.II HS T CHURCH
BRTWIBN i'K.ntki: BT. AND Sn I avk.
Bervleea every Sunday nt   11
u.m.   ami T :t,i p.m.    Sumltiy
Bchool nt _. ;a< ta.iu
REV.C.R.8IKU. H.D. 1am,.���
SALVATION   ARMY CITADEL
Top op sixth BTKBBT
Bunday Bervleei 11
a. m.. .'I p. m., B |a.m.
Sunday School 1.80 p.
m. I'uhlir Bervleei
Monday,   Wednesday,
Thiirmluy. Snturilnv nt
I p.m. Everybody welcome.
4uQu
ENSIGN JOHNSTONE, Cm
REAL ESTATE
AND FARM LAND
We offer two of the best double turners in the eity. Can be bought or
leased on gootl terms, and are an at-
tractive investment for any one ilesir-
injc good inside property.
$1800 buys lot-s J4 and 45, bloek IS,
seetiun ��. This is the eorner of Fifili
Avenue and Taylor St, antl can be
handled on pood terms.
S;i2"> Cash anil $-15 per month will
handle lot 8, block 10, Section G. on tith
Avenue. Total price $1S2."i.
$600 cash buys lots IK and 19, block 11,
section 7, a double corner on tith Av,.
This property lays well and the balance
of $450 can be made on good terms.
SlOtrbuys a mod building lot on Ambrose Avenue iii block 13.
|60 cash and $16 per month buys s
line level lot in Sec. 7, near roadway.
Farm Landa
20,000 acres en block in tbe Nochaccu
Valley.
K.000 aires in the Bulkley Valley.
2,000 in OotSB and Francois Laks
District nn easy terms.
Wc make a specialty of Lakelse \ alley land, and have several good ull'ir-
ings in both imliroved antl unimproved
property.
All onr laml offerings are in shape for
Immediate delivery. Maps, crui-a rs'
reports and all necessary Information
furnished on application.
We have opened a branch offlct Sl
Aazelton and are prepared to handle
property at all points in the interior.
Investments
We offer shares in the Prince R a
! pert Building and Investment Company
Limited, at $10 per share      This com-
i pany  offers  a  convenient medium fur
investment in improved property in the
city.   This Company offers three up-to-
date modern cottages for sale on esq
1 terms.    If you are looking for  a  mod
em home it will pay you to call at our
ollice for a prospectus, and get in touch
with the company.
KIRK AND LIKE INSURANl'K
McCaffery & Gibbons
PRINCE UUI'EKT ami   HAZELTON
SNAPS
in:..iil
We h��,e n md laiiMinr lot within a block -.1 Mr.
BrldeStnet f..i ISO caah.   II. P. MoRao A Oo.,
Seea.n'I.Avn. |0Vtf
extended to all strangers in the
citv.
NOTICES IN THE
NEWS
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SNAPS
Section fi
l.ot on Summit Ave.
$400.00
Section 7
2 Lots on itth Avenue
$250 each
John Dybhavn.
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OUR LEASE EXPIRES.
WE MUST MOVE OUR STOCK
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TO SAVE MOVING WE WILL SELL IT AT A BIG SACRIFICE.   HEADQUARTERS FOR THOSE THINGS YOU NEED FOR YOUR HOME
Grass Chairs, Settees, Wicker Goods, and all sorts of Summer Furniture.     We have a  big  stock of  Couches  lAr
Specials This Week:
CALL AND SEE THEM
Chairs and Upholstered Goods; also Stoves, Crockery, Glassware, Silverware, Cutlery, Linoleum, Etc. at Reduced Pric-
YOU KNOW THE STORY ABOUT THE EARLY BIRD
F. W. HART  -  The BIG FURNITURE STORE
CORNER SIXTH STREET AND SECOND AVENUE V/IVLi
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