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Array The Prince Rupert Optimist
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DAILY  EDITION
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Prince Rupert, B.C.. Saturday, April 22. 1911.
Mice Five Cents
1UCT0H
ICENES IN CANADIAN HOUSE
STIRRING MEETING IN CITY
ews Reached Ottawa Just As Conservative Member Finished Dull Six-Hour Obstruction Speech���Mr. Duncan Ross at Same Hour Was Delivering Masterly
Speech in Prince Ruper, Showing How Reciprocity Will Help Prince Rupert
- Crowded Audience in Empress Theatre���Mr. Ross' Speech in Full.
(Special to the Optimist)
Washington,   April   22.    By   a
ijority of 2(i.r) to 89 the Canadian
iprocity bill passed the House
Representatives last night.    It
supported by all but a handful
Ithe Democrats and by a ma-
itv of the Republicans who are
a   hopeless   minority   in   the
jscut   Congress.     It   will   now
passetl  on  to  the Senate for
ilication.
[he bill was passed without amendments to it. It is almost
.ideal with the McCall bill
,^_ich passetl the last session of
the House, but was stilled ir the
Senate. The adoption of the
measure by such a large majority
was the occasion for much enthusiasm among the Democrats, and
the low-iarifl insurgent Republicans
The Liberal members stood on the
chairs and cheered the result.
(.Special to the Optimist)
ptiawa, April 22.���The news of
adoption of the reciprocity
���cement by the United States
luse of Rrepesentatives by a
lineniloiis majority reached the
pise at a dramatic moment,
fue to their policy tt. use blocad-
tactics, the Conservatives had
en prolonging the debate.    \\ rill I, Conservative member for one
the   New   Ontario   seats,   had
ukcai for six hours telling why-
was opposed   to reciprocity.
tedious speech  had  bored  a
Ind House.
at Sir Wilfrid Laurier rose, and
announced  that  he had just  re-
-cived word that the bill had got
|hrough the lower House at Wash-
igton by a majority of 205 to Hii.
Coming   as   an   anti-climax   to
lie   loi'gwindetl   speech   of   Mr.
IVright, the effect was electrifying.
Nearer and nearer looms the
crisis, the coming battle which
must decide for the Dominion of
Canada the great Reciprocity issue. Live business men in live
cities are awake to its every
minutest detail, aiid last night
one of these, Mr. Duncan Ross,
in a great speech sounded for the
citizens of Prince Rupert lhe warning note "Be ready."
Deep thronged in the Km press
Theatre, one of the largest au-
idences ever assembled in Prince
Rupert heard the speech and the
warning, and cheered to the echo.
One the stage prominent men of
the Young Liberals' Association
were gathered. Ladies alive to
the importance of the subjet I
occupied thc front rows. Dr. W. S.
Hall presided.
In an opening speech delivered
with convincing force Mr. J. S.
Cowper who has already spoken
strongly in I'rince Rupert on the
economic issues of the Reciprocity
question, introduced the subject.
Mr. Cowper's speech was received      with    applause,     after
language, be made out a strong
and convincing case.
Particularly enthusiastic was the
applause at Mr. Ross's references
to lhe great lish industry that
belongs to Prince Rupert, and
which under reciprocity will come
to its rightful range and prosperity.
And that strong final appeal
lo the young Liberals of the city,
and tbe young men who may not
be young Liberals but who have
the best interests of Prince Ru-
pert at heart, to be ready when
the time comes to act for the
furtherance of those interests by
supporting Sir Wilfrid Laurier and
his great National measure.
As the storm of applause which
greeted the concluding words dietl
dow.i, Cy Peck rose to move a
vole of thanks to thc speaker
of the evening. Standing in his
place, Mr. Peck, lhe well-known
business man, well known by-
all In're to have lhe interests of
Prince Ruperl at heart, ami his
own bound up iii them, delivered
a sincere appreciation of Mr.
Ross's address
Mr. Alex MmmM*"1 proinircnt
in the work of, and enthusiastic
for the Young Liberals' Association, seconded Mr. Peck's motion,
BASEBALL SCORES
(Special to the (J)it imist)
The following arc the results of principal baseball
matches yesterday in the
North Western League:���
Al Seattle-
Vancouver
Seattle
Batteries���Collin
Skele, Shea.
At Spokane���
Spokane
Portland      -  i
Batteries���Strand and Hasty
Frick, Hollis and Harris.
At Tacoma���
Victoria       -     1
Tacoma        -     3
Batteries��� Siarkle,
wooil; Hall, Devogi
1     3
Lewi
10
5
KILLED ON RAILWAY
Nicholas Schmidt Meets Death
Near Nelson
(Special to the Optimist)
Nelson, April 22.���While walking along the line about a mile
from here, Nicholas Schmidt, a
German employed at the Central
Star mine was run over by the
train from Rossland. His body
was almost cut in two by the
wheels, and death was immediate.
ll is supposed it was an accident
as the train was rounding a curve
at the time.
TRAGEDY AT NELSON
John Baily Found Dead Behind
a Shack
PEST HOUSE
IN FLAMES
Exciting Scenes at New Westminster  Fire
EARLY  THIS  MORNING
Isolation Hospital Completely
Destroyed--Twenty Inmates
Suffering from Contagious
Diseases Safely Removed.
(Special to the Optimist)
Nelson, April 22.���The body of
John Baily, a young fellow who
last fall was employed by the
Bowman Saw Mill Co., was found
this morning behind an empty
shack alongside the C. P. R.
track, four miles soulh of Revel-
stoke. He was lying face downwards with blood issuing from
his mouih and ears. The police
are investigating.
GOLD FEVER GETS MEN
OVER STARTLING STRIKE
Wildest Excitement Reigns at Kenora Where Ophir
Mine Workings Reveal Three-Foot Streak Assaying Upwards of $500 Per Ton.
(Special lu the Optimist)
Kenora, April 22.���Excitement
is running high here over the
surprisingly rich results of development work on lhe Ophir
Mine. Mining men of experience
predict lhat this is to lie the
richest gold mine on the whole
American continent.
Rich Pay Streak
At the depth of one hundred
feet in a vein twelve feet wide
excavation has brought to light
an enormously rich streak three
feet wide.   All through the twelve
fool vein there is visible gold, but
the three fool vein gives almost
fabulously rich samples.
Solid Gold in Masses
Specimens taken from this streak
show solid gold in nuggets, leaves,
and wires distributed through the
quartz  which  gives values said
to range upwards from al least
i*")()l) per ton. Miners are in great
excitement about the find, and
all sorts of rumors are current
in the districl about oilier discoveries and possibilities of discovery.
FORM NEW UNION
Civic Employees Make a New
Move
ceived      with    applause,     aueri	
which   thc   speaker of thc evening and appealed well and with  ex
-I reliant   snirit   for   a   broad   firn
was introduced by the Chairman
ami stepped forward amidst renew etl applause. Mr. Ross delivered a splendid speech. Its
tedious speem uau ��.��. _ ini|)ortance is so marked that it
1 House.   As he resumed his is reproduced in full on another
page of this issue.
In quiet firm business style
Mr. Ross delivered his address.
He did nol attempt to carry his
hearers away with mere rhetoric,
but by facts, figures and telling
arguments couched in the clearest
ami  most   thoroughly  interesting
ccllcnt spirit for a broad firm
altitude on the part of the people
all over Canada towards the reciprocity issue. "Let us act for lhe
interests of thc Dominion as a
whole, not merely for our own little
section of it," be said, ami the
sentiment was magnificently responded lo by lhe audience, who
rose then to ring out vigorously
a rousing vote of thanks to Mr-
Duiican Ross.
With the singing of "God Save
the King," the audience dispersed.
(Special to lhe Optimist)
New Westminster, April 22-
Thc pest house at thc Isolation
hospital here was completely destroyed by fire, which broke out
at two o'clock this morning. Exciting scenes were witnessed over
the rescuing of the fever stricken
patients.
Wrapping rugs round Uiem the
nurses ai.d hosiptal staff carried
the twenty patients out of the
burning building to safety, depsite
thc fact that all are suffering
from contagious diseases. Then
they tumed in to help tbe firemen
quell ihe flames.
The fire startetl in lhe fumigating room of the hospital.
Vancouver, April 22���At a meeting of city laborers last night
it was decitled to start a new
union, to be called the Civic
Kmployee's Union. Any wage
earner employed by the city is
eligible for membership. About
500 have joined already, mostly
city laborers.
ABOUT SOCIALISM
Rev. F. W. Kerr to Commence
Series of Special Sermons
Rev. F. W. Kerr begins a series
of Sunday evening addresses on
Socialism on Sunday evening iu
the Kmpress Theatre. The first
address will treat of the general
principles of Socialism. Later addresses will deal with its relation
to personal character, social morality and the Christian religion.
Mr. W.H. Morrison, Y.M.C. A.
Secretary, well-known for his work
among the men on Ca. T, P. construction up the Skeena, will preach
at the morning service.
YOU CAN'T
BUY A GUN
In   Ontario  Without   Government  Permission
TOO   MUCH   SHOOTING
Owing to Reckless Use of Weapons Chiefly by Foreigners in
Province Restrictive Measures
are Necessary and Even Prohibition.
(Special to the Opiimist)
Toronto, April 22.-   Today slops
lhe unrestricted sale in the cities
TO BENEFIT
RAILROADS
Government Decides to Waive
Restrictions for a Time
DR. REDDIE INSTRUCTED
Here's a Sad Case
Suffering from an hallucination
that a young man 24 years oltl
wants to murder ber Mrs. Cass,
who lives in the old Shamrock
Hotel on the Rupert road and who
was a prospector in the Klondike
during lhe gold rush of '9" is
causing lhe police some anxiety
by her wanderings. The other
evening she rushed from her place
but by kind treatment lhe police
pacified her.
'ILL BUILD BIG BREWERY
IN RUPERT THIS SUMMER
|Robert Kelly of Vancouver Behind Enterprise Object
to Cut In On English Trade With Orient Water
Here is Good for Malting Beer.
SHOT DEAD
ON TRAIN
Armed     Marauders    Commit
Murder near Tacoma
Let Milwaukee look to her
i.mills for Prince Rupert is about
io enter ihe field as a rival. I"
��� 'ther winds this city is to have
a brewery. Mr. Robert Kelly
ol Kelly, Douglas & Co., of Van-
rouvcr, is going to erect an establishment for the manufacture
of the luff lhat made Milwaukee
famous, as soon as he can secure
a Miil.il ile site.
Mr. Kelly has hail a test made
of the water in the city antl finds
thai ii is particularly well suited
for Imi- making. He has already
so imi ,, licenM giving him power
'" carry on the business here. It
" likely thai work on the building
"��� the plant will be commenced
shortly,
Ilic ureal significance of a brew -
(i\ fur ihis city is not in supplying
the local market as it is to cut
""" die bottled beer trade in
' Mna, Japaj, and India which is'
n��*  controlled  by  the  English
brewers.     To   get   some   of   this
business would mean ihe establishment of a tremendous plant
here and give work  to hundreds
"( men in all branches of business.
"   '���"ii   are   looking   for   poor
cooking don'1 go to Reilly's.
Strikers Committed
Magistrate Carss committed for
trial thirteen of the fifteen strikers
who appearetl before him yesterday on charges of inciting to riot
for trial yesterday afternoon. The
two released are Jim Pastullo and
Abe Sartori. The thirteen committed are Nick llich, Mike Sick-
avich, Nick Dolovich, Antoine
Scvich, Mike Burich, Nick Rcso-
vich, Chris Woods, Max Derovich,
J nro Jolovich and Mike Savich.
To Vickers Hotel
Five dollars and costs or ten
days in the Vickcrs' Hotel, was the
whack Magistrate Carss gave Hill
Stewart   this   morning   for   wine
bibbing yesterday.   Rill took the
hotel tlose.
RUFFIANS AT LARGE
Sheriff's Posse Sent out to Scour
District for Them. Three
Men Held up. Two Locked in
Car One Killed.
(Special to lhe t Iptimist)
Seattle,   April   22.    Two  highwaymen lasl night boarded a local
freight traiii running from Lester
to Tacoma and shot dead another
man who was riding in one of the
cars with two companions.    The
other men were not hurl, but the
outlaws   threatening   them   with
death if  they moved or made a
sound, locked  them into the car
and made their escape.   Not until
the traiii reached Auburn was the
car   Opened   and   the   men   discovered.    Then  a  sheriff's  posse
set  out   to scour lhe district  for
the two marauders who are still at
large.
Entertainment and Social
'1 he local Salvation Army officers
will give 'mother entertainment
next Thursday night. A splendid
programme has been prepared after
which coffee, sandwiches and home
made lemon pie will be served as
refreshments. All invited. Admission 28 and 5(1 cents.
Mr. C. Rowe will preach in the
S. A. Citadel tonight. Special
singing by Mrs. Hoy and others.
All welcome.
TO EXTEND
RAILWAY
Gangs of Men from U. S. and
Northern Europe will be Allowed to Land in Canada
Providing Going to Railroad
Work.
N'o jokes can be made about
a young bride's cooking when she
irades al Reilly's.
and throtlghoul the whole Province
of   Ontario  of   revolvers,   stilctios
and other offensive weapons <>( all
kinds.
Sale of this class of hardware
is going to be well restricted and
in some cases prohibited altogether. Such toys are dangerous,
and have been causing trouble.
Owing to the continued increase
of stabbing, and shooting outrages
amongst the foreigners who throng
the cities and some of the country
districts of the province, the Provincial Government has decided
on the adoption of restrictive
legislation as regards lethal weapons.
Howe Sound Ry. Wants a Federal Charter
TO LINK FORT GEORGE
Branch Line will be Quilt from
Parsnip River to Peace River
Landing and South to Vancouver.
The S. S. Princess May arrived
this morning from lhc "'"'th ',n'1
left for Vancouver at eight o'clock.
she was delayed by a heavy
mow storm off Juneau.
There was a mass meeting of
the P. R. 1- A. last night Several
.peeches were made b> members
���f the order urging the advantages
of unionism.
New Police Chief
To   BUOCeed    Provincial    Chief
Constable Wynn Mr. Walter Owen
arrived this morning from Atlin.
He will take up his new duties
hereal ome. Mr. Owen has been
chief constable at Atlin.
Chief Wynn goes to Hazelton
as chief constable of tlmt rapidly
growing district.
(Special to the Optimist)
Ottawa,  April  22.���The  Howe
Sound & Northern Railway which
was recently Incorporated by the
British   Columbia   Legislature,   is
applying to tlie Federal Government for a federal charier. They
Bfe also asking for the necessary
authority to extend their proposed
line from Lillooet to Fort George,
The proposed line will cross the
Parsnip River at the junction
with Peace River, thencc on to
Peace River Landing. A branch
line will be built from Newport
soulh lo Norlh Vancouver, and
tbence on to Vancouver.
Dr. J. o. Reddle, immigration
officer,- has  received orders from
the Dominion Government!  thai
from May 16 to Dec. 30 of this
year he will be allowed to permit
the   Importing   Into   the   country
of gangs of men from the United
States who  have hail  experience
iu   railroad   construction.     They
will have lo be naturalized citizens
of    the   States   or  'of    Northern
Europe, no laborers from the south
of Europe being allowed entrance.
They  will  also have   to  produce
evidence that they have work to
go to and that such work is railway constructing, no laborers being
permitted to enter except for this
class of labor.
The reason that Privy Council
order 020 will be suspended during
the time statetl is in order to permit
the railroad contractors to obtain
men for the building of tbe new
lines through this province and
in other parts of the country.
The order in question read that
no Immigrant Would be allowed
entrance to the country unless In
RALPH CONNOR APPOINTED
IN STRIKE CONCILIATION
Minister of Labor Appoints Rfcv. Dr. Gordon, Winnipeg,
Chairman of Coal Strike Conciliation Board First
Clergyman to Preside in Labor Dispute.
(Special to the Optimist) 'of the coal district  Judge Winter
Ottawa, April 22.    I'or lhe lirst  of   the   local   district   conn,   was
time   in   the   history   of   Labor especially Favored i<" ihe position
disputes   in   Canada,   a   minister of  Chairman  of   lhe  Conciliation
of religion has been nominated-Board,  The miners felt that Judge
as Chairman of the Conciliation I Winter was familiar wilh local
Hoard.      The    parlies   concerned  conditions,   and    Irom    his   work
in the existing dispute affecting Ion the bench he could understand
the coal-fields of Hritish Columbia complaints better than an) other
and   Alberta  agreed   io  request available man.  They agreed, how*
that the Hon. W. Mackenzie King  ever, to refer lhe appointment  to
should   name   tbe   Chiarman   ofr the Hon. W. Mackenzie King.
the Conciliation Board. Visit Each Mining Camp
"Ralph Connor" Appointed,     It is the intention of the miners
To ihis the Minister of Labor to make every effort to persuade
at once agreed, ami he wired tol the Conciliation Hoard members
Winnipeg to the Rev
lie wirco   to   ������
Dr. Gordon to visit  personally each oi the
there asking him if he would acccpl
the  appointment,    Dr.   Gordon
replied in the affirmative, and was
accordingly appointed, Popularly
known as "Ralph Connor," Rev
mining camps in the whole district
in ortler  that   they  may  see  the
actual   conditions   there   Military
and other, which  enter into  lhc
men's series of complaints.   This
known as "Kaipn Connor,    iwv.i	
*.-������..  .  .. Dr. Gordon lias endeared himself desire of  tbe men's will possibly
came direct from thc laml of his to thousands of readers through-1'"' complied with,
birth or naturalization.   Last year out  the Dominion, and over the!
this was fell to be a hardship to world by his novels of Canadian 1   . Try Strikers Here
thc contractors for railway work, life. His work as a minister isl It Is Understood that Mr. \V. E,
as they were unable to obtain Uo less effective, and be will 1 Williams, counsel for the defence
sufficient labor. The order WSS I beyond doubt make good in the of the strikers committed for trial,
accordingly suspended for three I capacity of Chairman of the Con-1 has consented to allow the case
months. j filiation Board. I to  go before  a  local  jury  if  an
assize   court   can   be   held   here.
Prosecuting Attorney Fisher has
wired this information to Victoria
A concert will be given in thc I
Salvation Army barracks next Fri-
day night and a good programme]
is promised.
Miners Favored Judge
Lethbridge, April 22.  -Amongst  also asking for an assize court here,
the members of thc Miners' Union I He bats not yet received a reply. T II
E   PRINCE   RUPERT   OPTIMIST
The Prince Rupert Optimist
DAILY AND WEEKLY
THE OPTIMIST is the leading newspaper of Northern British Columbiu.
haa grown up with the eity.
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Fruit   :   Produce   :
WHOLESALE
it H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave.
CARTAGE and
STORAGE
Feed PRINCE RUPERT WAREHOUSING AND IIMflC A V'Q
FORWARDING COMPANY LilWJftl J
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Onion promptly Ml��d.   PrlC��l reannnuhle.
..Grand Hotel..
25c
Daily Edition.
Saturday, April
PRINCE RUPERT WANTS  RECIPROCITY
The magnificent meeting held under the auspices of the Young
Liberals' Association lasl nighl made clear the keen interesi fell li)
the I'rince Rupert people in the subject of reciprocal trade relations,
The manner in which they received the masterly address ol Mi I luncan
Ross placed ii beyond doubt where their sympathies are in the matter,
It ua> an excellent reinforcement ol the opinion expressed at the
public meeting two tmmth> ago. and sliowed that puhlic opinion in
Prince Rupert i> even more solidly crystallised in favor of reciprocity.
h would be unthinkable to suppose that uny audience of consumers
would act otherwise, save under grave misconception of whai reciprocity mean--. No issue within the memory ol this generation has
more clearly marked the line between the classes and the masses, the
interests of predatory wealth on the one hand and the interesi ol
the consumer on the other. Thai any Inn the privileged few can profit
by a system that imposes a tax on the lucid and butter of the poor
is quite apparent, It is also clearly apparent that the profits thus
exacted are wrested from the grip of the man who toils.
In falling hack upon the so-called appeal to loyalty, the opponents
of reciprocity betray their inability io meet ilu- issue on economic
Do You Want to Invest in the
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For $55.00
Payable $13.75 Cash
B'tl taacr 3. 6 and 9 Month.
Assays of the ore run from $86.00 i"
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Storage of Baggage and Household Goods a Specialty.
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F. W. HART
UNUKKTAKKlt * KMBALMER
IITOa*K   a-,,Ml l 1 1 1
Reilly's Bakery Lunch
Empress Theatre Basement
WORKWOMAN'S HOME
Spring Heels, clean White Sheets
Rooms 50c
BEST IN  TOWN   FOR  THE   MONEY
J. GOODMAN. Paopria'lor
Cor. 2nd Ave. and 6th Street
Prince Rupert Lodge, IMF.
,  ��� ' NO.   63
FRANK D. KEELEY MeeU In the Helgeraon BloC
wholbsai ��� vm. ROTAiL DBUQOiOT        Every Tuesday Evening
Phone No. 800 P, 0. Hex 680 All memben of the order In the city
..Easter Flowers.,
Franh Cait Bloom, from Victoriu
ARTIC    ���    STUDIO
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English nnd American Billiards
Twelve Tallies SECOND ftvj
PRINCE RUPERT,
are requested to visit the lodge,
Little's NEWS Agency ? W. J. McCUTCHEON t
Magazines :: Periodicals :: Newspaper!
CIGARS   ::  TOBACCOS  ::   FRUIT."
G.T.I'. WHARF
i;. S, JOHNSTONE, N.(i
11. MORTON. Secretary,
i'i nio.oompl.ta Htm-k >>f Drugs.  S|���-a-inl
ittentlon paid to Alilng preMripnoat.
Thea:*e Block phoot no. ts Second Ave.
It will pay vou to investigate tins prop
oaition  at once,
E.   EBY   <&   Co.
UFA I.  ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM ��� B. C
FOR PROSPECTUS Al'I'l.Y
0. B. Bush & Company
ind Ave. Prince Kupert
i BOWLING,
*���                   .-.  _      B|LL|ARl)S ay
and POOL ?
grounds,   An appeal to passion is launched, only when an appeal J     Sto^ehmepoit. t_S&*wi ���*
to reason is not possible.   And in appealing to the loyalty of tlie people J     fSK^^Tsu. Bl��ck' ''"' I
of Canada, they are obliged to ignore the cold facts of history. They J "hmos���pm. th*iiat*-*M*u*i Manager *
must make the offensive inference thai the loyalt) i f the people the) i**************************-***'.'
appeal tn,i> of the kind that can be bought and sold in the market'
plate.
FREE
EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE     I
ROGERS & BLACK The westyme Lumber Co.
For all kinds of help, cooks,
waiters, dishwashers, hotel porters, nil kinds of laliui'iTS or im1-
chanics, call up
Phone No. 178
or call nt the
Grand Hotel Free Employment Office  j
Headquarters for cooks a waiters  j
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WHOLESALE   DEALERS   IN-
r.inlilini:  Material,   Cement,   Lime,
Hair-fibre Piaster, Coke, Blackamith
Cocl,   Common Brick.
Presoed Brick
Shingle*, Lath, New Wellington Co.'l
Ai.l. ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED
Phone No. 116
LIMITED
WE HANDLE ALL KINDS OK-
BUILDING SUPPLIES
Firat Avenue Telephone If6
Swift's Premium Hams and Bacon with
Cowichan Kkk�� 86c, at
QUEEN'S RESTAURANT
J. \V. Williams        -: Proprietor
loEALED TENDERS addrausd to lho
' O 'ftignod, ��n-l endornd Tandar f"r Exan
Wnrehouie, Vii.ia.-aiva.a-,   ll.C,"  will bo  ..  .
I ,,ii 11��' im"���"" Mondaa Ai.ni ���������th, mil, �� |
,1.,  construction "f an bxaimnuiK Warohi
Vancouvor, B. C
Plani ipo mention and inrin nr ountraei i-m b, I
 ���',������'l formt ot tondor obtained ut tha-       . ,1
Mr 1 F Or. Superintendent ot Public li
\_.��� tor Manitoba, Poat Oill.-r- Building, u ,
: ,���._��� Man., Mr. Wm. Hondaraon, Ketldent Ate
, J,.,.,' victoria, B.C., at tha- Poat Office, Vm,, ..
nnd at thlt Department
Peraoni tondorlng aro notiila-al thnt la-Mon i
,���,, i... ruii.iii-r.ai unleai mads pn tho prinul
formt luppllod, ond sinnaHl wuh their actual .;
lanturi1*. atatinit tliaalr iwcunatlona anal i-li	
roildence. Inthoeaaoof lirnas.thoaotual - ������
ture ilu- nature of the oeeuoatlon nml p .,.
reildenco of each membor of the lirm m , ���
Each tender must I* na-coni|innleil by ai i
eoptod cheque on a rluirtercal bank, payabU
ih,- order of tho Honourable tho Mtniatar of ���
He Worka. equal to tan par eant (10 p.c.i of i
1 amount of tho tender, which will l��> forfeiti I
the peraon tendering decline to enter into ;i t
tract when called upon to do **>. or fail to
plete tho work eontractad tor, If tha- tend i
nol accepted the cheque will bo ratumod.
The Department dooa not Wad itself t.. a ,;
theloweat or an* ta-mlor.
By orala-r.
R. C. DESROCHKI'.S
Department "f Public Worka. Bocrouijl
Ottawa, March Und, l'Jll.
Newapapera will not U' tuaiil for this tdvei
ment if they insert it without auih. ritj- from tbt
Department. 1t.1t
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People sometimes wonder if the toilsome and nol i.iexpensivc jjs (!)
t.ok of compiling the pages of ll.in.sinl i.- worth the trouble and time, jk
If they could appreciate the humor of Hon. George E. Foster and Sir
Charles Hibberl Tupper having to make a daily meal of their former
recorded utterance.- of twenty years ago, they would realise lhat ii
only as a contribution inwards the gaiety of nations and nol -is
a part of the national records I lar.si rd quite justifii - it-1 sepi. ditur b,
The confronting of these eminent oppor.ci ts of reciprocity with
their statements of twenty years ago was nol the least appreciated
feature of lasi night's meeting, There can be m> doubt thai Prirci
Rupert wants reciprocity, and wants ii quick.
H. F. McRae
P. K. C. Brown
CABLE address:
"Raemac Prince Rupert'
H. F. McRAE & CO.
Financial Agents
HEAD OFFICE, PRINCE RUPERT, B.C.
BRANCH OFFICE,  VANCOUVER,  B.C.
Three years experience of Prinre Rupert has (riven us tlie experience
anil facilities for handling the  business  of  a   Inrjre  and  increasing
number of out-of-town clients for wlmm  we  invest  anil  re-invest.
Let us hatnlle your business.
References -Royal  Bank  of Canada,   Messrs,   R.  G,   Dun  &  Co.
SIS
Repairs. Carbons
Ribbons
Etc.
Th<
Underwood
Typewriter
C H. HANDASYDE, Jr., Dealer
P.O. Box 496       Princi Rri'ERT
Also dealer for the Standard Folding Typewriter
WE  HAVE   BUYERS   FOR   LOTS IN
STEWART
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers, Prince Rupert and Stewart, B. C.
Agentt for Stewart Lund Company,   Limited
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ar"  tha-  leaders  in   New-
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arc the very acme of perfection.    Coats cut in the
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suit guaranteed to give
satisfaction.    We are the
aifents.
Perhaps you never
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just the right collar���
the collar that stayed right-
that did not shrink or lose its
shape���
or tear out at the buttonholes.
Arrow Collars, being made in
X sizes of Clupeco Shrunk
fabrics, are sure to please you.
Laundrymen say they are the
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That means they'll last you
longer than ordinary collars.
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oi the uery newest
Century Brand
we are agents.
20th
models.
We have a dozen .ther styles for you to choose from.
Heady or tailored to your special
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WI Text of the Proposals of the Tsimpsean Power Company to the City
\i the request of Mr, Brutinel
the Tsimpsean Light and Power
wc are publishing in full the
liitative agreements he offers to
city.
Mr. R. Brutinel wishes that
Ierybody interested in the welfare
i he city should have a complete
|i,|i'iM.Hiding of the agreements.
��� believes in keeping the people
U posted and perfectly converts in the matters under diseus-
I��i.
wry one ought  to make his
ii original opinion on the merits
ithe different propositions.
[The agreements are not a mass
legal underbrush, They are
>,in cut business propositions
in leave no room for ambigious
terpretation. And if in the
(urse of the negotiations they are
|t obscured, every ratepayer will
all times know what are the
(Ills antl duties of tlie parties
hcerned.
TENTATIVE AGREEMENT
FOR GAS WORKS
Between
IE CITY OF PRINCE RUPERT, of the First Part, hereinafter called "The Corporation."
And
BRUTINEL, of The Tsimpsean Light and Power Company,   of   the   Second   Part,
hereinafter called "The Com-
sny."
HKRPAS tlie Company  are
iiis of installing, building and
ling  a  gas  plant with   the
ary  distribution  pipes,  (or
the purpose of supplying the in-
tants of  the  City  of  Prince
xi with gas for heating anil
,er uses.
NU WHEREAS die Corporation  deem   it  expedient   lo  grant
the I'owers, Rights and Privileges
arfecssary tor building, and operating  ,;   i ins   l'l.ml   and   the  distribution nl K'i> i" ihe inhabitant!.
j| the City of Prince Rupert, they
(en-fore enact as follows:
ghts,  Powers and Privileges
The Tsimpsean Light and Pow-
Company subject lo the con-
tions  hereinafter  mentioned  is
reby  empowered   to  construct,
ainlain and operate gas works,
pe lines antl necessary appliances
id to manufacture and supply
is to consumers within the Cily
Prince Rupert.
Laying Pipes
The Company shall have the
ight, liberty and privilege of
lying down, relaying, connecting
isconneciing and repairing all
a- pipes along and through, under
ml all over street, alley, lanes
nd throughlarcs in the City of
'rince Rupert that may be req-
lisile or convenient for supplying
is to consumers.
Repair of Streets
The Company having made the
excavations and laid down the
pipes and other apparatus belonging to the gas works, shall remove
���ill lhe surplus of grounds anil
other material arising (rom said
excavation and reconstruct, repair
"i replace the street in the same
condition as it was at the lime
die excavation was made, using
i"i  paving the part of the street
so excavated at the time such
excavation was made, the said
work shall be carried with all
necessary speed avoiding un-neces
sary delay and the City shall
have the right to reconstruct at
the expenses of the Company that
pan of the street wherein the
1 "inpan ' thall have made excavations for the laying ol the
���aid gas pipes if, in the opinion
"f the Cily Council, the work
"f reconstruction is not carried
"ii with sufficient rapidity.
Pending the grading and construction o( lhe street lhe Company
wall have the power lo lay down
temporary pipe lines along such
street, alleys or lanes as may be
Convenient provided that:
Temporary Location
' ��� I he said pipes shall in no
way interfere wilh the traffic nor
constitute a danger or Inconvenience to the public.
'���    lhat <where  (hey  will  not
���'*'  burled   under  ground   these
I'M"'- shall be cased in lumber
' Wng,  lhe depth of  such casing
"hall noi be ioss than lwj,.(, ,|���,
diameter  of   ihe  pipe  enclosed
therein, and shall be tilled up with
dnm ���r ���ii���.r convenient ma-
or portion of a street shall be
gratled the Company shall then
place their pipes in iheir perma.ient
location at a depth of not less than
two feet from the surface or top
of pavement.
Service Pipes and Meters
The Company shall subject to
the provisions hereinafter contained
introduce into and through the
walls or inclosures of the hous-.s,
shop, establishment or residence
of any person requiring the same
a proper service pipe, with stop
cock, the service pipe ai 1 the
cost of laying lhe same under
the street and sidewalk to the
boundary of the property shall
bc paid by the Company, and
within the boundary by the petitioner. If so required a Cas
Meter for accurately measuring
the supply of gas to the person
requiring same shall be supplied
by the Company on terms to be
agreed upon by the Company and
consumer, provided that the Company shall not bc compelled to
connect any house, shop, cstab-
liashment or residence dislnt more
than Seventy (70) feet from any
mains.
The Company shall, before opening or breaking up any street,
lane, alley, bridge, sewer, .dray
or tunnel, give to the City Council
notice in writing of their intention
io open or brea up lhe same, not
less than  three claer days before
Notice
beginning such wairk, except in
case of emergency, arising from
defects in any of the pipes or other
works and then as soon as possible after the beginning of the
work or the necessity for lhe same
shall have arisen.
Price
The rates for gas to be charged
by ihe Company shall be subject
to the approval of the Lieutenant
Governor in Council as provided
by other Legislation, but the Company do hereby agree thai in no
case the said rates shall exceed
Sl .50 for one thousand cubic feet
of gas for heating and cooking ar.d
11.78 per thousand cubic (eel for
lighting. PROVIDED also that
should ihe Corporation require
gas for the lighting of streets,
alleys or lanes the Company do
hereby undertake to supply whatever amount of gas will be required
for the lighting of said street,
alley, lanes or other public places,
not lieing buildings, at a rate nol
exceeding 81.'2') per thousand cubic
feet.
Contract
The Company may from time
to time enter into any contract
wilh any jK-rson or Corporation for
lighting or heating or supplying
gas for any purpose whatsoever
within the City of Prince Rupert,
or for providing any person with
pipes, burners, meters, stoves and
heaters and for repairs ihereof
and lhe Company may as hereinbefore mentioned lei (or hire any
meter lor ascertaining lhe quantity |
of gas consumed or supplied, and
any linings within any buildings
for gas for such remuneration i"
money as shall be agreed upon
between lhe Company and any
IH-rson or Corporation lo whom
the same may be let.
Inspection
The  Clerk,   Engineer  or  oilier:
Officer duly  appointed  (or  the
purpose by the Company may al i
all    reasonable   time   enter   anyj
building  or  place  supplied  wilh
gas by the Company in order to,
inspect   the   meter,   fittings   and
works for regulating lhe supply <>fi
gas consumed or supplied, provided
thai the Company shall publicly
exhibit and keep exhibited in their
office   the  names  of  all  persons
appointed to enter and inspect as
aforesaid.
Collection
If any |ierson supplied with
gas neglects lo pay the charges
due (or the same to the Company,
lhe Company shall have the power
to stop the gas (rom entering the
premises of such persons, by culling off the service pipe or by lUCh
means as the Company shall think
lit and recover the charges due
(rom such person either by lawful
procedure or by applying lhe
guarantee deposit or any portion
thereof to the payment of such
tharges. The Company, iheir agents or workmen alter giving twenty-four hours previous nolice to
the occupier, may enter into such
house,   building   or  premises  Inl
and remove antl carry away any
pipe, meter, fittings or other works,
the property of the Company.
Not  Exclusive   Right   to  Take
Over
The power, rights and privileges granted to the Company
shall nol be exclusive and the
City reserves the right at the
expiration of forty years and upon
giving one year's notice and at the
expiration of every periocf of five
years thereafter to take over the
gas works of the Company and the
basis of the tompcnsalion shall
be arrived at in lhe manner ami
procedure provided by lhe Section
284, Chap. IK, Statutes of British
Columbia(1009), and no other.
Starting Work
The Company shall Immediately
after the acceptance of the terms
of this franchise by the Rale-
payers proceed with due digilence
to build and establish their gas
works and they shall be in position
to supply gas io consumers within
a year from lhe dale of this
Franchise.
Failing to comply with this
provision the said Franchise shall
at the option of lhe Cily Council
cease and determine.
Ratification
The Corporation shall have the
right to obtain ratification of this
Franchise by the Legislature of
the Province of British Columbia
and the Company tloes by the
acceptance of this Franchise waive
absolutely and without any reservation whatsoever any special rights and privileges granted lo theni
by their Act of Incorporation, being
Chapter 60, S.B.C. 1907, having
reference only end solely to the
establishment of gas works in tie
Northern pari of Kaien  Island.
TENTATIVE AGREEMENT
FOR ELECTRIC POWER
Between
THE CITY OF PRINCE RUPERT,   of   the   First   Part,
hereinafter Called The CORPORATION.
And
R. BRUTINEL, of the Tsimpsean Light and Power Company of the Second Part,
hereinafter Called THE COMPANY.
WHEREAS   thc  Company  ial
now developing llydro-Klcetric Power to be delivered in the vicinity
of Prince Rupert and is desirous
of entering the City of Prince.
Rli|K'rt for the purpose of supplying various industries and the
inhabitants with electricity for
heat and power purposes.
AM) WHEREAS, the Corporation deem it to be in the best
interest of the City that a plentiful
supply of cheap electrical energy
be made available to the citizens1
and lhe industries located in the
Cily of Prince Ruperl, they there-!
fore enact as follows:'
The Company subject to the
conditions hereinafter mentioned
is hereby empowered lo establish,
set up, maintain and operate
Pole lines, w ire lines, siib-slalions
and all appliances necessary fori
the manufacture and regulation
of Electricity ami (or lhe sale
of the same to consumers wilhin
the City of Prince Rupert.
Duplicate Line
To avoid the duplication of
Pole lines the Company shall
wherever il is possible to do so,
carry their wires on lhe Pole
line of the Municipal distribution system, and if the Company established their lines in
certain portions of the Cily
not yet reached by the Corporation system, the Corporation shall have lhc right to make
use of the Company's pole line.
and the Company shall pay to
the Corporation or the Corporation to the Company as
the case may be, a rental based
on the rate of 25 cents per
annum per cross arm for each
pole used and each occupanl
of lhe pole will look after lhe
upkeep and maintenance of iheir
lines and cross arms, lhe upkeep
and maintenance of the pole
resting with the owner.
Underground Lines
Whenever the Corporation will
decide to carry their own lines
in  underground conduits  the
Company agrees to place their
lines underground simultaneously without any compensation
whatever.
I lokt and Small Power
lhe right to sell electricity for
direct lighting, nor for power
in units of five Horse Power or
less standard rating, wilhin the
limits of the Cily of I'rince
Rupert Ihe Corporation reserving the exclusive right lo supply
current for light and power to
consumers using live 11. 1'. or
less.
All Demand
The Company shall use their
best efforts to meet all demands
for power at all times i nd the
prices charged for power shall
be according In the lollowing
scale of prices:
Prom 10 to ,r)() 11. P. not exceeding
146 per 11. P. per year.
From 50 to 100 11.1'. nol exceeding
��40 per 11. 1'. per year.
From 100 to 200 11. 1'. not exceeding ��38 per 11.1'. peryear.
From 200 to 300 11. I', not exceeding S30 per H. P. per year.
From 300 to 500 H. p. not exceeding $34 per 11. 1'. per year.
From .500 to 1000 11. P, not exceeding $32 per 11. P. per year.
Over a 1000 H. P. not exceeding
��30 per H. P. per year.
Corporation
Thi Corporation shall purchase Irom the Company all the
electric energy required for the
lighting of the streets, houses,
shops, establishments of the inhabitants of Prince Rupert and
also for the supply of energy
to all consumers using live H. P.
or less and the Company shall
sell to ihe Corporation all the
electricity required for lighting
and small power use as hereinbefore specified. And lhe Company shall reserve (or lhc use
of ihe Corporation ar.d the Corporation shall huy from the
Company power on the minimum basis of 30 K. \Y. per
annum per each thousand inhabitants residing in the Cily
of Prince Rupert, and the Corporation agrees io purchase and
the Company agrees to sell
such electrical energy according
to the scale of prices slated.
Measure
The power shall be delivered
antl measured at the City limits
or at the sub-station to be
provided by the City at some
convenient place antl thc measure of power Bupplled shall be
based on the maximum load to
be registered by meters supplied
respectively one by the Corporation and one by the Company.
Time
The Company shall proceed
lo lhe development work with
all due diligence and be in
position lo supply electricity
to the Corporation and other
power consumers within nine
months from tlate, when the
Corporation will enter into a
contract (or thc minimum of
200 E. 11. P. at prices as hereinbefore mentioned.
Section 84 of chapter 48 Statutes of British Columbia, 1909,
shall be deemed to be part of
this agreement.
Not Exclusive
'lhe powers, rights anil privileges granted to the Company
by this agreement shall not be
exclusive and lhe City reserves
lhe right at the expiration of
forty years after giving one
year's notice antl al the expiration of every period of five
years thereafter to take over
the. pole lines, sub-stations or
power plants the Company may
have within the City limits and
the basis of thc Compensation
shall be arrived al iu the manner
and procedure provided by Section 284 of CLapter 48, Statutes
of British Columbia and no
other.
Ratification
The Corporation shall have
the right to obtain ratification
of this agreement by the Leg-,
islature of the Province ami the
Company does by thc acceptance
of this Franchise waive absolutely and without any reservation whatsoever any special
rights and privileges which may
have been granted to them by
the Act of Incorporation being
Chapter 80, Statutes of British
Columbia, 1007, having reference only and solely to the
manufacture and distribution of
electric   energy   (or   light   and
TENTATIVE AGREEMENT
FOR STREET RAILWAYS
Between
THE CITY OF PRINCE RUPERT, of the First Part hereinafter Called THE CORPORATION.
And
R. BRUTINEL, of The Tsimpsean Light and Power Company, of the Second Part,
hereinafter Called THE COMPANY.
Powers
1. The (Company shall have lhe
power to establish and operate,
subject to lhe conditions hereinafter mentioned, lines of railway
for the conveyance of passengers
in the City of Prince Rupert by
means of cars propelled by electricity, upon, along and across lhe
streets which may be determined
jointly by lhe Council and the
Company.
2. The Company shall enjoy
all licenses, rights and privileges
necessary to operate their cars
in the manner successfully in use
elsewhere, including lhe right to
open saitl streets for the purpose
of constructing, laying down and
maintaining railway tracts, lines
and poles, and do all things incidental lo the building, operation
and maintenance of a Street Railway System; PROVIDED thai
the Corporation be not bound to
supply any land, water or other
property whatsoever.
3. All the works necessary for
constructing and laying down the
said several railway tracts, including the location of the Iracks
and rails in the streets, shall be
made with care and according to
the rules of the Act under the
supervision of competent engineers.
Gauge
4. The gauge of lhe said railway shall be four feet eight and
one-half inches.
Rails
5. The pattern of rails lo be
used by the Company shall be of
an approved type.
City Grades
0. The Company in the construction of the said railway tracks,
shall conform to the grades of the
various streets through which the
said tracks will run as furnished
by the City Kngincer, .ind shall
not in any way alter the same.
Paving Repairs
7. The Company shall al their
sole expense pave, maintain and
keep in good stale of repair that
portion of the street lying between
the two rails in the case of a
single track ami also a strip not
exceeding 12 inches in width outside of the said rails. Ami in
case of a double track lhal portion
of the street lying between the two
tracks, but nol including a strip
of twelve (12) inches outside of
the two inside rails of lhe saitl
double track shall be paved and
kepi in good slate of repair at
joint expenses by lhe Corporation
and the Company, the Corporation
paying one-half of said cosl, antl
the Company paying the other
half.
Repairs
8. In the construction of said
railway, Ihe Company after having
made the excavations and laid
down lhe rails aid oilier apparatus belonging to the road,
shall remove all the surplus of
grounds and other material arising
from said excavations, and reconstruct the street without unnecessary delay and the City
shall have the right to reconstruct
at the expense of the Company
thai part of the street wherein
thc Company shall have made
excavations (or the construction
of said railway in order to place
die same in  the same condition
as it was at the time the excavation was made,
0.    Material used by the Company   for   paving   between   iheir
rails shall be of the same kind as
that already used for paving the
part of  the street  excavated for
lhe purpose of  laying  lhe  track
or appurtenances thereof, or ot
any other material satisfactory to
the Ciiy Engineer.   Bui the Company shall not be required to pave
Oieir portion of the street if the
slreel   has   nol   yet   been   paved
or is nol being paved by lhe Corporation.   Bui upon receiving from
the Corporation a written notice
that the paving of lhe street will
be proceeded with by (he Corporation, the Company shall make all
power within thc limits of the I necessary preparation to pave their
 m.im
with the Corporation, hailing
which, the Corporation shall have
the right to pave that portion of
the street incumbent on the Company at the sole expense of the
Company,
10. The Corporation shall have
the right to lake possession of
and use any of the streets traversed
by the rails of the Company, or
any section thereof that may be
required, for constructing or repairing drains, or for laying down
or repairing water or gas pipes,
or for other purposes wilhin the
province and privileges ot the
Corporation, without the Company
being entitled to claim any compensation or damage therefor; the
Iracks in such cases to be relaid
by and at the expense of the City,
Speed
11. The speed of the ears shall
not be more than ten (10) miles
an hour, nor more than six (0)
miles an hour when nulling street
comers, and at the intersecting
lines of the route on which the
Company may establish and op-
crate its passenger electric railway.
When a car is to slop at an intersecting street, the said car shall
be stopped before crossing the said
intersecting street.
Stops
12. The cars shall be slopped
at crosswalks and not in from
of any intersecting street, except
to avoid collisions or accidents.
Fares
13. The Company shall not
be entitled to charge any rate
exceeding five (5) cents for the
conveyance of a passenger from
one point to another (either going
or returning). A passenger on
paying his fare, shall be entitled
to a transfer without further charge
from any one of the Company's
cars lo another, ;-.l a point where
routes connect or intersect, 80 as
to enable him to make one continuous trip from one point to
another; children carried on their
parent's knees shall be conveyed
free of charge.
Tickets and Rebates
14. The Company shall also
be held to sell tickets iv all their
offices and cars, at the rate of
six for twenty-five cents t'25) ami
twenty-five (25) (or One Dollar
($1.00), and lo provide ticket
(or school children al tht rate of
eight (8) for twenty-five (25) cents,
and the Company shall also sell
eight (8) tickets for twenty-five
(25) cents available between the
hours of six and eight o'clock in
thc morning and between the
hours of ,~\\i- and seven o'clock in
the evening, on all week days.
Running Time
15. The time for running the
cars shall be from six a.m. to twelve
p.m. on all the lines, with the
privilege of running lo (i a.m. After 12 p.m. lhe Company shall have
the right to charge ten (10) cents
(or each passenger, without transfer.
Hi. Cars shall run ai intervals
as may be agreed upon from time
lo time by the Company and the
Corporation.
Damages
17. The Company shall be liable for all damages which may be
Occasioned to any person by reason
of the construction, maintenance,
repairs, or operation of the railway.
Time of Building
18. The Company shall sub
mil to the City Council for their
approval a plan showing the line
ihey propose to build, and the
Corporation shall have the right
lo ask for the immediate building
of the lines upon the approved
route whenever the said streets
shall be graded.
10. When die Company shall
begin work in any stivct. they shall
be held lo pursue the s.une diligently and without any inter
ruplion.
Clearing of Track
20,   The Company shall under
instruction   from   lhe   Cily   keep
their track free from ice and snow ,
antl the City may at its option!
remove   lhe whole or  such   part!
of   ice   and   snow   from   curb   lo'
curb as it may see lit  from any!
street or part of street  in which I
cars  arc   running,   including   lhe]
snow  from   the roofs of  houses,'
thrown or falling into the streets,
and lhal removed from the sidewalks into  the streets with   the
consent of the Cily, and the Company shall be held lo pay one-half
of the cost thereof.
Right of Way
while iii operation on the said
railways shall have the righl to
use i ic said railways as against
all other vehicles whatsoever, and
all other such vehicles using the
railways whether meeting or proceeding in the same direction as
the said cars or carriages, shall
turn om ol  the said track ol  lhe
railways,   and   permit   tlie   said
cars and carriages to pass, and . hall
in no case and under no pretence
whatever obstruct or hinder the
passage thereof, and lhe tree use
of the said railways by the said
cars of the ('onipany.
22. 'lhe Company shall pay-
to tin- Corporation in lieu ol
taxes and other charges a percentage ol their gross earnings
arising from the operation of
said street railway within the
City of Prinee Kupert. and the
said percentage shall be on a
sliding siale as provided hereunder;
3 per cent of the gross earnings up
to 1600,000 or any portion
thereof.
I per < cut on the next $400,000 or
any portion thereof.
5 per cent on the next $600,000 or
any portion ihereof.
II per ecu I on the next ��500,000 or
any portion ihereof.
7 per cent on the next $500,000 or
nay portion thereof.
8 per cent on the next ��500,000 or
any   portion   there* I.
0 per cent on the ncxi ��500,000 or
any   portion    ihereof.
10 per cent on the next ��500,000 or
any portion thereof.
Statements
23. The said Company shall
render quarterly a true ami just
account and statement in writing
of the whole of their gross earnings, and allow  proper inspection
of all books, accounts, returns
and vouchers for the purpose of
checking and verifying such accounts by die City Treasurer,
Ciiy Auditor or other accountant
appointed by the City Council,
such accounts to be rendered antl
lo date from the , and
to take place every ihree months
on the ami
in each
Buceeding year.
24. The statements rendered
by the Company of their gross
earnings shall be sn rendered accompanied by a Statutory Declaration lo be made by the President, Vice-President, Treasurer or
other authorized Officer of  ihe
Company verifying lhe correctness
thereof.
Not Exclusive
25. Tlie   powers,    rights   and
privileges granted to the Company
by this agreement shall not be
exclusive, aad the tin  reserves
the right at the expiration of forty-
years after giving one year's nolice.   and   ai   the   expiration   of
every period of live years thereafter I.i take over lhe Streei Railway   System   and   appurtenances
thereto  thai   the  Company  may
have within the City limits, and
the   basis   of   the   compensation
shall be arrived al in ihe manner
shall be arrived at in the in.inner
and  following  the procedure provided by Section W4, ( haptci is.
Edition 1009, Statute* ol British
Columbia and no other.
Ratification
20.    The Corporation shall have
the right to obtain ratification of
thil agreement bv lhe legislature,
and   lhc  Company   shall   b)    lhe
acceptance of this agreement waive
absolutely and without any reservation whatsoever any special
rights or privileges which may
have been granted lo them by
their Act ol Incorporation, being
Chapter lit), Statutes of British
Columbia, 1907,having reference
only and solely lo the building,
Operating and maintaining an Electric Railway within the limits of
Prince Ruperl.
I
Rochester u
p     Monroe
Ladysmith
' ��* Coal
L PHONEII5
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE   AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND RK.I'OHTS
'������*-.**���'.,*.���*: .-.��� .  .    . -   . mm���-:������**���,-���
*m*m*^tmmaut_t_________\ It's Not Fact
That "there's nothing new tnuli-r tin'
sun," ami it is a
fact that almoat every
boat that cornea here
brings        :       :       :
Something New
fnr our itore,    :    :
Sai many na-w  thing!
have arrived lately
thai we haven't ipace
to mention them all
here, The newest
is a line nf        :        :
Waterproof Hats
fnr lailies. They are
as stylish and smart
looking as the "fun-
and-feathers" kind,
and are just the thing
for this climate. We
have a wide range
of designs and the
prices run from $.'i.fa(>
to  $(!.00.        :        :
H. S. Wallace Co'y. Ltd.
Dry Good., Chiiaaawarc, Etc.
Fulton Street and Third Avenue
'he Value fo Friendship" wi
lie the suuject of Rev, W. H.
Mcl.cod's sermon al the Baptist
church tomorrow evening at 7.30.
Regular nu ruing service al 11 a.m,
Bible School anil Brotherhood Bar-
aca Bible Class at 2.30 p.m. You
are cordially invited to attend
these services, Church situated
at Sixth and Frazer streets.
For Sale
Lot, 6, block 10, section 7, (it..   ^       (  (    ( _ , n |n,	
A vi>    $400       Lot   11,   block   20,     tha louroFtha irtTole you've tound-an inn
nv>"' ' .      j,OOE      Da nan,   dilution ol mutual ImporUnoe,
section 7, price $3-o.   1 none i_i-\ K0UNU_A bunch uf KByh ���n Ring, Ani'vi
or see M. M.  Stephens & Com--    ":��� '""���������
pany, Limited, 89-92
LOOK!
At   These
Frank Shugart, former shortstop
for the Chicago Americans, is under
���i in Chicago for shooting ���'
unuki'ipcr iii the arm.
88.
arrei
Pantorlum Pioneer Cleaners, 'I'lmneJ
Lot
each.
Lots IS,
price 1126 ei
Lots 7. 8,
$1,600 pair,
FOB
84, block -. section  8;  $3.r>0
block   8,   section   7,
Help Wanted
AUK VOU IN NKKDOK HELP! Do >���i ��;��������(
t��� buy, or Ma, nr hire, ur loan? Try mi
Ootlmlit Condsnsad A,l. rout*.
HOY WANTED-To ata-llvor parcel, and <"��\''
llllll.a-lf Ita-lia-mlly U.oful.    WuM IM �� "><
U, itart wilh.   II. 8, Wulliii'i' & I'1
. Ldl
~-.lt
Houses Wanted
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Ska-.-naa Lind Hi-ln.-l     lintricl ai( Quton Chariotta i
Ulandi
Take notlc thtl Qoorm \v. Am I Pi	
itupt-n. ll. ('., occupation ri-ai aetata brokor, ���
iiiH-iitlH in spply for parmoialon to purohaaa tho
followini dnerlbod lainataa:
Caroraandni m ���* posl  plunii-l ahum  HVon
mile, ami uui-linlf mil,- w,->l .n.i ono mils soulh I
(rum ilu- mouth Of Stiinly   a"r.-.-k. Nadea lltarliair,
thsnee wesl BQ ahalne. ili.-nca- Muth W ehslns,
thenes nisi B0 ehslns, thenoe nunh Boehslni. i
Uaala-il Mnrrli 17, lull. OBO. W,  ARNOTl
I'ub. April 88. Numa Daman, An	
Sksens Lsnd District   Distriet of Quesn Chsrlotts
thiamin
'    Tiaka- notles thsl J. 11. Uurphy of Vaaoouvef,
1 H. i'., oceupstlon oonunsralsl trsvollsr, Intsndi
| to up|,i> for perWIslon tu purclm*- tha- followini
deKriood lamls:
Commencini m a pawl planii-,1 uhmit seven
mil,-* well ami one mila- nouth from (In- nwuth
u( stsnly Creek, Naden Uarimr. thsnes mirth so
ahalne, thenoe wesl I" ehslns, thence Miuth B0
el i thenoa aaai in ehslns,
Dated Msrch 17. I'.'ll. J. II. MUU'lla
Pub, April L'-. Numa Domere, Agenl
Skosns Lsnd Ui.��trn-t   District ,>( Queen Chsrlotte
Inlands
Tsks notics ihut Goo, II. l-nux nl Prinee Rupert,
ll. i ., oecupstion harbi-r. Intsndi i" apply l"r
permusion tn purchsss tha- followini Mscribsd
made:
t'omiiiini-inn at a piwt planlisl utaiut st-va-l,
I mila* met anil una- mil,- saiulti Ir un the moulh
of Stanly Cra-nk, Nation llarlmr. Ihence ...Lath BO
ehslns, thsnes a����.t io chain-, thsnee north BO
ehslns, tbsnee -ast in chainn.
Dstsd March 17, lilll. OBO. II   LAI X
i'ul,. April 88, Numa U-ina-r-. A��a-iit
320 ner
11. 16
lach.
block 86,  section 7
\ KBW DAVS ONLY
SPECIAL
,1 nf choice  land in
Bulkley Valley.
price
the
HOUSES WAN'I'Bl) -Furnished "'  ��nfurnUh;
a-,1, L' In ti riKima.     If location   end   I'"1''' ""]'
me I will rom iliom myself und pay rent In  '���
vtini-i', imwaiting, no listlnti.     1-ln'iia' mi* toils)
Black Ml-Una-la: Jorry. '--'r
WANTBD-Houss, i nr f, rooms snd hath. f��-
nlshsd or unfurniihul, ul onse      Apply   sl
Ol.tililint. Uaax X. ("-"
WANTKD-Three, four or five room house, fur-
nishaHl, miMta-rn conya-nla-m-a-i,  eloss in.   } u*'
'phono III. M-tl
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Second Av
Limited.
Prince Rupert, B.C.
Board Wanted
WANTKD-Hoom und boSrd   In  private family.
X.M.. Ontlmlit Olllca-. U
ss, Prince Rupert
Saila for Slcwart, Thundnyi, 8 00 am.
mm.
Fire Insurance
\W
"HnrY~ 'tiffnaiar'
Watches
We carry a complete line of
Longine
Hamilton
Vanguard
Howard
WATCHES
Sizes to suit.   Styles to satisfy
Prices to please
Briefly, that's our argument
Don't Forget Big Ben
Finest alarm clock ever
He's in our window
sold.
Heintzman Pianos
C. B. WARK
Jeweller
���-
1
Abile
na
-*
i
i
!
���'
A Natural Cathartic
MINERAL   WATER
50c The Bottle
SOLI I.HTIlllil  lull I
. D.avii* iv. aVslkerrills, nm
TOR BaiLB B V
C   H. ORME
7 he Pioneer Druggist
PHONE   .*   ;   ;    82
i
PHONE PMORBBN P.O. BOX 700
A. L. WATKINS
Plumbing   :   Steamfitting
Th.nl Av.-
Ov..r B.C  U.ir.i
betwtan 7th and  ���
I'lllNCK RUPERT,
ll.C
To Boat and Gasoline Launch Owners
l hav��61oU for sate on new ir, foot
SSiAiS-*1 Crwk' ��" vary cheap
Mm to 9625; easy terms. Vit-w from
the entrance of the harbor almost to
lucks inlet. Ideal little sheltered cove
for boata outside the Krwii., uml easily
accessible,
BUY AN ACRE AT DEl.KATLAH
for your summer resort where tin- rain-
full is ono third thai of Prince Rupert,
tho soil perfect and the beach delightful.   Those on the spot  have eagerly
bought and it is the only townsite ever
two thirds sold In-fore   the   survey wuh
gazetted,
C. M. WiUon, Room 14, Alder Hlock
Phone 0!) Hlii", IV O. H-m 2. m ni C��'ntrnl llulrl
AI-'x.M.Mfini'jn H.A.,     W.K.Willijtmn.ti.A.,
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Uarristurs, Solicitors, etc.
Box 286
Sksens I-ami Dirtrlet   Dturiet of tout
I     Taki- noliw thai   Frwi  W.  Bohhr of Kit-tum-
kulum, occupation farmer. Intendi n> aj'ply for
' iwrmiitKion  to  purchaso   the   full<i*inK  'h^crilwU
lunds;
(."onimi'iiriiitj  at   a  post   plant.������l at   thu  north*
(���tiKt corniT of     A   NteLvod'i pri*��* nptmn, tbjSBSS
20 chums nuth. thsnos to chum esrt, thonct* ->'
,' chainn north, thencv ll) chaim wtwt to pint of
i conimcnet'ineni contuininc 80 BCfi - mon* or loaa.
Dsted April 10, li'i 1. PRIBDKICH w BOHLER
, Puh. April 22. Krv��l Hampton. A|SM
Bkertui Lnnd Dlstrlel -District ����f Cosm Kanm* .*i
Tnke notiee that I, Uonol Klntsle) ��i Vminm-
mt. B. t'.. ooeopnuon miner, Intend to appi>
for |M*roiis>iun to purcham* thi* following <ii-i*nl>--:
lands;
i oninioncintf at a post plant,-! m-.i: the snuth-
wort oorner u l."t BW, ftane<* '���. ��� ������*-��� Diatrict
thenoe wesl **��� flhslnt, tbsnee south ������" chelnn,
thoneo cout  ID chains, thonco north i.n chain-* to
point  of Conrnonci'innit.
Dsted Merck U, it'll.      LIONEL KINOSLICI
I'uh. April 82.
Skoena .Laml District -District uf Coaat ll.ni:> V
Take notion that Juck li..n.--i of Koighh-y.
Yorkhhiro, KimUin��l, occupation oviT-Unikor. in
ten<ln to apply for iMTtniwion to purcham* th.
following deeenbod lamln;
Comim-ticing at a poM planttnl al a point in t hs*
oortoriy bounenry ��t timber limit BOSS anel in
th.' >..utht*rl>' limit ul lot 3988, Rnnfs '���*. Cossl
Dlltriet. when lho mid limit* intt-r**cit thsi M
j alonn thc -touthcrly limit of lut 8088 efuieoelil
nnd tht* pn>]i*ctiun tl��*ntif in an eSStarij <iirt*cn >n
BQ ehsini more ur lww to tin* Norton) limit oi
timber limit 8S601* thsnos in a uetheriy itirrctior.
���long tho lut mentioned limit n chainn mon
or mi to thi' northerly limit of Umber limit 3CTT.V.
thsnee In ** erortorly olroetios alomt the la*t men-
tinned limit B0 rham- mnre or leel to th��* oaiitcrly
limit of timU-r limit B8S89, ihi-n-i* in a northerly
ilircction 11 chainn mon- or It** to Dm* point ol
eommenoomonts
DntodMnrehS, l'Jll. JACK HKDKoHD
I'll.. March'J'..
Skssns Laml DbUlet   Dletrhfl vi Cossl ltangf V
Takt* notin* lhat Charles I'. titter "f I'rinci*
Kuport, II. I.'., occupation nurvp>or, intend* tu
apply fur pt*rmi>niun to purchase the fulloKi.iR
tleicnUsI landi*:
CommenoUll at a pusl plantnl at the nonh ra-t
corner of lurnyod liii 89B4| Hantif .">, Coa��t __*__*>
trict, thence in an emtorly direction Bl0B| ths
Miuthi>rl> limit of surveytsl lot :\\i'>\ ant) the pn��>
loetlon tlnreef   111 chainn to a IKiint, thi*nc��* BOOth
parallel to the i*asterly limit of lurrsiod lot S8M
aforesai'f Ml rhainn more or low to the northerly
limit uf a timhor limit No. 18668), tbonos SIM
in chaini mure or l��-sn to a point in the proeciion
���OUtheriy of the easterly limit of num-yed Im
;r'-i. thence in a northerly direction along the
projection of thi' saitl limit and along the naid
limit tin chain* more or les* to point of enmmeno-
menl, containing -In acre*, more or lev.
Dated March H, 1911. CIIAHI.KS I'. (ITTKK
I'uh. March B&
Sk.*-na Und Dhtrltf -Di*trict of Coant Uange V
Take notice that Kdiih Alice CroWther ol
Ikleg. Yorkshire, Kngland. orcupation npiruiter.
Intenda to apply for permi.*mon to purchase the
following deembod landn:
Commencing at a pOOl planted at the nouth ea*t
corner of nirvoyod l>.t 89vl, Rsnfs \ CoojM Dfs>
tnet, thence north along the ea*ierly limit of ths
saiil lot :i.'i chain- more or les* to the ���oatborly
limit of LotSBss. Rnnfeo, eoul dirtriet* thonoe
on elonl tho southerly limit of thstast mentioned
lot   tin  enslm   t>��   a   point,   thenci* m    a n-.uth-
eriy dlrsetinn BB chnins parallel to th*- mid
oortoriy limn ..f lot ��i��91, ihence In a ****-i*
erly      direction    B0    ehsini   mon'    or     lew    to
du* point of eonuneoesmoni eontslnlni 'Jin arr��
mon* or haa.
EDITH ALICE ('ItiiWTHi.K
Dated March B, 1!ML
Pub. March 88.
Skeenn Lain! Ihslriet    |)i��tr��-t ..f C.st-i
Tnke notice that I. J II HeAuonev of Prinee
Ruocrt, oceopntion minor, mond* to apply Tor
pnrml  to porehaso tho following deocribed
I..ill* :
Commencii    ti > pn i plsntod m Ihs Huthw -i
comer of lot M 18  thei net to chninn. thenre
6 cl tin    it  wool i" ehslna  '������< m e
north 6 cha i    | . umtiM nconwnt�� eon*
������*��������� r*m i -. 1911 .1. ll. UeAUOHKV
Pub   leh to, 191), Andrew Kennedy. Agent
Bkoenn Lsnd Mstrlel   Dintrict of c����nt
Tak.' notice  tlmt   I. PotOI RoM, ofVaneouver.
B.l . occupntion lonmetor, Intondl to apply for
pormlaelcnto purehnee the folkm-ln* ��i ni��si
, lnnds:
CommonelnrntS   pOOt   planteil and markesl |*.
It i s.W. oorner snd Immedlntely mljoininir poote
mnrked J.M.'i N.i: eurnor and A.H.'s S.K eorner. theme in--th H Chnins, thence eimt 4tlrhnin��.
thonce aouth I 'chnina, thence went tu chninn, to
point of eommeneemenL t-onuinlnn 3a�� arn-n
more or leaa PETER HKID.
Dntodlit Pob. 1911 Chsrlss 11. Allen. Agent
, Pub. Fob..:.'.
Skeena Land I MM net-  District of Coast
Tsk tin thsl I. Wlllism Anderson, cd V��n*
couver, B.C,  lupntlon elorit. Intends to apply
for pertnlulon to purehaae the followlnit deaerlb-
, et] hinds:
Commencing si s pool plsnted and markeil w.
A. northweal comer, snd sbout I mile from Alex-
! under  Hi han   northern bounders Une) thenee
I Hutn BO i hslne, thencs east so chnins   thence
north 80 chsina, thene.��� eresl n ehslns, to point of
commencement, contnlnlno640 screa more or loos,
WILLIAM ANHKItSON.
; Dsted im Feb. mil Chorloa li. Btark. Airent
; Pub. Keh. 86
BkeensLsnd Dlatrid   Dlatrlel of Oosst
lake notice that I. Leslie B. Walter, of Vnncoii-
I ver, B.C., oecupstion proepeetor, Intondl tosp*
i i-iy for permiaaion ta purchaae ihe fdlowlnvdes*
erlbed lnnds:
'���on.T.ier1(i,HMit a posl plsntod snd marked t,
E. w.a S.B. corner nnd Immediately adjofnlnff
P l msrked W.A.'i N.W. eorner; tbonos north tn
ennlna, thence weal m chnina, thence south 4��
ennlna, thence *<n��\ m chsins, to polnl of commencement, containing 880 acrea, more or leoo
*������*>..Ma....... ^.irasfju,
uii,;-at. ii.i .. ,���.,.,���,���,i,.��� i���i,������  ,������.,���,,',,;'";;
,, 'i';'',','")""" ��"""' Rtantsd ihtm sisj ���iao.
hsll milm n ,���, ,.������,.t|v ,iir,.r,���,n f      .r" ��**
Sail, for
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Fridays, at 8.00 a.m.
... Prince Albert sails fur I'ort   Simpson, Nnus Rlvar l'oints. Mussit.
NaiU'ii Hubor. every Wednee-
iluy, 1.00 p.m.
and for:
Refuse Hnv, Skidegate, Queen
Charlotle City, Lockeport, Pa-
I'uii, Jedway, Ikeda Bay, Roaa
Harbor unit return via Queen
Chariotte City every Saturday,
l.oo p.m.
The  Crsnd Trunk Railwsy Sy.trm
connecting with trains from the I'acilh
coaat operatse a frequent and convenient siTviri' uf liixnrii'iis trains nvi-r its
double track ri'iita- hotwoi'ii riiii'aKo.
Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Halifax.
I'nrllanil. Iloslam. Na-w Voik and I'hiln-
ili-lphia. liifiirmaliiin and tickets oh
tainabla from the office hereunder mentioned. Trans-Atlantic bookings hy all
lines arran,;i-al.
OUR SI'KrlALTY-Klre Inniiiiiii.i'. Wsrspre-
sa-tit a-la-va-n iiirainir Fin- Itihtiriuu'o CMnpsnlw,
Wa- want   your   laii.iiaa-fia.     Iia-v' Snd   PJnsll.
l.a-t u. quola-yuu rate..   Thi- Mn,-k Ka-ultv snd
llliaiiriaiH-oCaini|,llliy. a-iarllral Aaa-  lllltl i-'llllt'llSl
in: British llni'in .mil Nialioniil
('..inlniliy nf l,..nil..ii. Knitlllta.l
.,f ft800.0llO.00,    Saw u. fur nil
I(,-nll\ anil ln-.it.in. r i;,.,.;..- ���
1'iri-   ItiMirnii..'
widi   espltsl
...     Tin- Mu.-I,
7.i-tf
Real Estate
A cluaairlcd advertixement In a real SStSte ssjes*
mun. aii'l does not often fount enough "to
oottnt*' in the net result.
WANTBU-^TopUrohSBS lots in Seal GOVS Din-
tin-: aoetton 7 or i*. anmil payment down and
monthly terma.   Apnly KO. Boa 880,      *''-!fJ
Situations Wanted
A   ilji--iii< 'I   adveriiiteiiient   ll n ttltdsss work-
hunter-and ���elilntn fnll*.
Stenotrraiiher nml Office AmUtont.   tySSTSSS*
poriooeo.  WssC.c-oOptimistOflloo,
Brin
Furniture
Coys
InMSBUlC
'iiSVi ���
ASSIGNMENT
Sale
Is Still Going on
1
;'��
I"
I
s-:
Ml
Some Good Buys)
for $26,000.00,
Wo offer for sale
A vi-. iiml 7tl1 yt" ,
double corners in the city.
I',.I- n lot on 3rd Ava'.
cash takes I In
.1    3-24. block 28, section  1,  corner 3rd
This  is ont'  of  the  best
35,   on  the  sewer foi
2nd Ave.
for  $2500.     Thin
l'l   section (i,  on  Hth  Ave.
and the balance in (i-12-18-24-30 and
hlock
We offer a lot	
$1600.   $1200 c
A goon lot, below grade, c
ho bundled for $1000 cash,
'$826.00 cash handle;ilotU, bloc
Total  price  is $1825.00,
;iti months.
We hnve a I'm", level iorner Otl 6th
$1060    $600 easl. will handle tins.
.,.   ...      .,,,,1 nn to-date apartments In the building
roE"K^^^*^",Dttl,,,4,,,,B*ll,""
now be rented at this ollice.
FARM LANDS   We offer farm lam
Land In the Ootsa and Francois I
Ave.,   in  section  7,   for
along the line of the G. T.
ike country, and Bulkley
and Lakelse Valleys a specialty,
M
NO REASONABLE
OFFER REFUSED
* * * *
IN THE
Pool Block,    3rd Ave.
Between 7th and 8th
C. B. Lockhart, Assignee
I.-IHH AND i-H-'K WI
:CAFFERY & GIBBONS
:-��� \.r^}U\:*^'^'-^
lURANCE
;;^r-
Third Av .   I
Wmgjk\M~\  I
tai
Frank D.  Keeley
Prince Rupert's...
Leading Druggist
"Nufi Sed"
Boarders Wanted
A rlaaMlllaf I lulva-rtlna-ment will lirilaar taa you nia|ili-
t-.ilal. f.C lhat ancialat raaaalai. or f���r tlalat aiarlanl
rl i.-.' ni yaiur l.-allr
H.-tiia- r...l,a-,l naa-ail. -anal nia-alv furiii.lii-,1 r.H.an^
f..i Ilu,-,- |H-rwania. Ai'i.K Mr.. Jama-.. Sr��-(t
lllaln.. ;i.l Aaa-.. iN-twra-n hill ataa) '-ill St..   Ht.lt
I'rlxiala* I: n.i lay tha- wrrla ���r Tannlh. ll.iar.o
r..,l>itiy a ��|aa-a-iaally Ml." B, M. GlaMOOa IH
Ave. laa'twawn 7lh antl Hth Si... pboM 171. 61��-lf
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A. E. McMASTER
nUnOHT   AM'   PAS8KN0BR   \(1KNT
FAMOUS PRINCESS LINE
For Sale
A rln-��l(la^l n,lvrr(t.a-ttia.aal. |, r.j.|a*nlly |irital,al.
will ��aall aanythini* ���f vnlua-
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Canadian Pacific
Railway Company
N^T B. C. Caaaa.t SH. Smlt.
"PRINCESS   MAY"
For Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle
Friday, April 21st at 9 a.m.
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la-la. 7(h Ava-
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Apply Mr-
���a-linir Alla-y atatl I'ta-al R.arataa rtaanltiniltlon;  mail
n.i n-ii i.nly ...n.i.iri.-.i     Sa-a HorrlaoiTa
oraw.raially. Jin! Ava-.. l^-lavra-ia 6th anal Tilt St��.
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Money to Loan
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ry wilh wlilrh t" l-ul yaaur lalain
il you tha-
nla.a-ITast
Laundry
J. G. McNab
General Agenl
I ii-.- , iit.ain�� laualrinl  l>>-  hand.
I    rale��.   l'hona-3ai|.
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-a.wi
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second aveiue and Third iitrcpt
Over Westenhaver Hnir,.' OHlec.
MUNBO A   I.A1I.KV
ArchitectK.
Stork HuildiiiK, .Seconal Avenue.
STUAKT & BTBWART
ACCOt'NTANT.S    :���   AI'IMloHS
Law Hniii-r Building     Phone No. awi
Prinee Rupert P.O. Uox :i5l
S. O. E. B. S.
The  Prim*   Rupert  l^.lur.  No. 31s. Sian. nf
Knulaan.l. naatt tM AM nnal third Tuesday. In
each in-i.ili In the Carpenter. Hall, at - p m.
V. V CLARK, Sec .
P.O. It..* '12. I'rlnei-Kupeil
WM.  S.
I1A1.I.,   I.. II.
DlNTUT.
S.. 1). D.S.
frown nnd HridRc Work a Specialty,
All dental oMratton.  ��.lf.i1l> tnatad. l.n.naiii
haea' t.nn>lha-lia-. ailtii,ni.t��-r,nl f���r the pinttl,... ....
tr:,etl,.ai..(  1,-a-lh.        C.-ii.tlltatlon fre.-.      (Illlrr.:
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ALKIIKIl CAMS. C.  V. IlKNNKTT. II.A.
,.f llrlll.li r.'mnMa A II C..l��ial��ri���.Saaa.
���ml ManiL.U lUraa. knla-hewan  an.l  Al-
ll.-tla liar..
CARSS A BENNETT
llAIIHISTKHS, NllTAHIKS,  Ktc.
Oiru-i-    b<haan btet, r..raaaT Thlral avenue an.l
Siath ���Irrel, l'rii'i-a-Kua^-rt. ���
HANDASYDE   C__  HURT
AilKNTl*   I,,11   KTI.II.    MAa*IIIM.RY
...ANIi   OONTMOnM   BHPrl.113.. .
P. (I. Boa 436 ��� Olnca 3rd and Fulton
p.a H"\ i punch ui'i'Kin
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OP SINGING
ri'l-ll. nl   WM.  iiixiin, 1   ., , AH A.M..  I.IIN.. RNI1
���I Superior Double Dunuk Clothe, 2
hy i. 1-2 yardi
2 Superior lloulile Uamaiik Clotlm, 21-2
hy '.i yiards.
Ir. Superior   llouhle   Damank Napkina,
27 Inehea square
i'i l)iiinn-<k Kish Napkins
���I lluinusk  Carvins  Napkins  nr  Trav
Clothe
2 Damatk   (or   Hanntitebed
Bideboara Cloths
:i Kitchen Table Cloths, l 12 by 2 yds.
���i Pair Double-Bed Pine Cotton Sheeta,
2 11-4 by �� 1-2 yards
I I'nir BlnRle-bed   l-'ine   Cotton Sheeta,
2 lay B 1-2
12 Linen I'illow Covers
I Pair Servants' Cotton Sheeta, 2 hy 3
yards
���> Servants' Cotton I'illow Covers
Supplied Direct From Our looms in Ireland
Linen)
1  I lo/.i-n   Linen   Huckaback   Hed-room
Towels
1 Doten Linen Diaper Bedroom Towels
(Hemstitched)
Half Dozen Linen   Huckaback  Towels
(Servants')
li Larue White Turkish Hath Towa-ls
2 Lar|-o White Turkish Bath Sheets
1 I >a./.. 11 Glass Cloths
1 Dozen Tea nr China Cloths
1 Dozen Btrong Kitchen Hubbers
1-2 Dozen Housemaids' Cloths (Unsin)
1 Dozen Check Dusters
1 Dozen Soft Polllhltlg Dusters
R Linen Roller Towels
3 Pudding Cloths
Half Dozen Knife Cloths
1 Hearth Rug Cover
1 Dozen Sponge Cloths for Lamps, et
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And a Ilium Came True Whrn
Vnii Read This
$11000  The handaomeet house
in the cily, cement basement, furnace, delightfully arranged, unobstructed view, ft noma
downstairs, 3 upstairs,
bath und all modern
improvements, in fact
you would be surprised
that you could buy ibis
lovely home and two
lots for the price.
If You Love Money
$12.00 per ucra- for 2000 acres
in Francois Lake country. Crown granted.
Best farming land to
be had in British Columbia. The govern*
ment has  nothing   left
tu compare with it.
5th Ave., Near lananuel Place
1188,16���Down on a $31ft lot
near Seal Cove, splendid investment well located.
Cor. 5th Ave. anal lananuel Tlace
$500-Caah bandies this double
eorner. Tlie Cold Storage  Plant lias  made
comer one of the best
buys in town, as an investment it is nilt-
edge, and $100 below
market, $900.
Sth Ave.. Neiir Cotlon St.
$S(K) -Cash handles this lot located on water und
sewer, perfectly level.
You can't beat it, this
price is $2ft0 under the
market, $1">IKI.
Near Stla Ave. and Grant Place
$3011 Cash handles one of the
best buys in the city,
right on lhe bill where
nearly all of the best
realdoncel have been
built, a prettv site und
'  very cheap, illlKI.
Bungalow  1   1.2 Stoat-
$:i(KMi Cash handles a pretty
ii room ami bath Bungalow, iinobstriictibli'
view, close in,   one  of
the must deal ruble ree-
Idoncei   in    the    city,
18600.
Cheap Rent Bu.ine.. Quarter.
$2ft Per Month will rent a
building26x40 near 3rd
and litb Sts., suitable
for warehouse, carpenter shop, plumbing or
tinsmith.
Section B���Level lots. We
have a gpod list to select from, 2 especially
line ones that are under the market.
Law-Butler Co.
Heal Batata and Insurance
Third Ave.
i"- mila in a northerly
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-in-, til. ll.-U���v, Ala, 1,1
Bkeena band Dl.trlan   h, tri�� ���t (-...,���.
r��ko notice thai 1 Chatle. MmhV,,' |."",'," I(���
V""- ,u "("."'������. laborer  i������- ���,. ,    '   '"
' l..r i���.rml����|������ t��� ��� ,r, l,������. n���.'f,,',,, .!':!
This complete paokage uf .thoroughly reliable goods  sent on  receipt of alio'
: Carriage Paid to Canadian Ocean I'ort, Montreal or Halifax. :-
ADUUKSS:
Walpoles'
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Fishing and outing pleasures
nre doubled for those havini: a
KODAK
Good results, small expense,
simple to operate. Daylight
all the way by the Kodak
method. Complete line of
photo supplies kept on hand
Send for Catalogue,
McRAE BROS., LIMITED
Everything for the Office
WE SPECIALIZE IN
/. Piercy, Morris & Co.
Wholesale  House  and   Men's   Furnishings
Stationery, Fancy Goods, Etc.
Prince Rupert, B.C.
Stanfield's Underwear
Asbestol Gloves, Mitts
Stetson Hats
Empire Brand Ties
Rupert Brand Top Shirts
Jumbo and Miner Overalls
Tower's Oiled Clothing
And Large range of Men's
goods suitable for Northern B.C.
LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL
FOR SALE
Lots 6 and (a, Hlock 2K,
Section 1.
$:i(KI(), 25 per cent, cash,
balance 1, 2, ,'t years,
7 per cent.
GEO. W. MORROW
1076 Nelson St., Vancouver, B.C.
��� *���*.*. ***.+
Northern Produce Co'
y*
Of] Un.!
"Winn  ��|fHrrlt��.
i,..irV -i "itl"    '.,M':1 !,,"",0,, ��'"" wd -m*
half miln In an autmls direction from ih.' pSn\
"�� Nwi RInr w\ tha Un Uk�� iinii bSrtni
and on�� mils In i northarli tllrertlon from tha
"imi  Lava Laka trail, thenca ��<mth wi
thonca mst ho ohalnt, thence north n
thanca aroii h<i en elm t-. point -��f sommtn
roiitainInK M" nt���rt't*.
Data Pab.8, 1911, CHARLU Moimm
hnin-".
*rn��*nl.
IRISH LINENS
mus,rau4d4,F. ^dford St|-eet, BELFAST, IRELAND
""���iraud catalortue on recclpi ol postcard to Walpolts, 173 Huron St.Toronto
WHOLESALE PROVISIONS,
FRUITS and VEGETABLES
Bond for our Weekly Price   List   j
PROMPT   ATTKNTION  OIVKN j
���HIPPING ORDBRR j
Phone 151   ���
_*-*_***.**.    __**.      Am* __._..
���The PRFSIDENT SUSPENDER
P.lmlpJ, ii l'.,t height ol I'eilccllon."'
If it s Quality you want, we have it
WE CARRY A COMPLETE! STOCK OF STA.I'LK
ANI)  FANCY
GROCERIES
BOLE AGENTS Koit:
Iowa's Pride, Hams, Bacon, *
L&r<l,  Canned Meats, Etc.
A Choice Stock of Fresh Fruit
s and Vegetables
Always on Hand.
PHONE 187
ASK PRICES

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