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 THE  WEATHEB
Twenty-four hours  ending  5   a. m.,
May 80,
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The Daily News
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
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Statu of.''     . ,nia Friday, June 2
VOL. II. NO. 120
Prince Rupert, B.C., Tuesday, May 30. 1911.
Price Five Cents
MR. FIELDING DEPARTS
FOR GREAT BRITAIN
Unexpected Departure Arouses Great Speculation���Is
Thought that Laurier May Need Him to Allay
British Financial Prejudice Against
the Results of Reciprocity
Ottawa, May 30.���The uncx-
pected announcement was made
this morning that Hon. \Y. S.
Fielding would depart at once for
England, lias given rise to keen
���peculation .is to the reason for
tin- sudden change of programme.
Laurier's Need
It is generally accepted that Sir
Wilfrid Laurier found sentiment
in London strongly opposed to
reciprocity with the United Slates,
,i> likt-ly I" injure t'nada's financial
credit in Great Britain.
Fielding's Work
It i> expected that Fielding will
i- .ililr to allay any fears on that
ground, and persuade the financial
powers that reciprocity will not
affect Canada's trade with Great
Britain. The chief fear expressed
is lest in order to allay fears and
offset lhe concessions to the States,
that the British preference might
have to be increased.
Urgent Sewer Need
Residents of Thinl avenue be-
twen Fifth and Sixth streets want
a sewer badly, and asketl the city
council if they could have the use
of some old six inch pipe for the
purpose. Unfortunately there is
no old six inch pipe available, but
the cily will do its best for these
people.
HERE IS THIS MAN'S
OPINION OF THINGS
Article in Spokane Paper Written by a Prince Rupert
Man���Calls George Leek an Assassin and
Refers to King's Coronation as a
Gathering of Degenerates
Under the heading of "DKGEN-
IERATES GATHER," and the
sub-In,nl. "Prince Rii|>crt Assassin
t'nK> tn the Coronation of King
[George iii England," thc Industrial! Worker, a Spokane publication, publishes   the   following   in
I itt issue ol Thursday, May 28th:
'        ��� l.eek, the uniformed miir-
Idcrei who mi April 6th, 1911, dis-
ltioguishcd himself iu  the battle of
I K��ll\> Rock Cut on First avenue,
I'rim-e  Unpen,  for  his  gallantry
|��i tr\ii'K tn murder a lot of un-
Mined workingmen, has received
the honor (or should I sn- the
degradation) of going to England
at the expense of the public to
assist with his blood stained hands
in lifting a crown onto the head of
another mental prostitute. George
is color-sergeant in Karl Grey's
scouts or better known here as
Muskeg scouts. Hc boasts of
wearing thc garb of a murderer
for eighteen long years. He will
receive the Victoria Cross from
King Gcprge for shooting down
some of his subjects in Prince
Rupert.
Bill Lynch is jealous of George
Leek  because he  thinks  that  he
(Continued on Last Pago.)
INSPECTOR PRAISES THE
PRINCEJtUPERT SCHOOL
| Gives Excellent Report of His Recent Visit���Mr. W. D.
Vance of City Hall  Staff is Appointed to be
New Secretary of the School Board
���V. D, Vance has been appointed
l^'""-' 1" the School Board of
| ''"'���'   Ruperl  lo take the place
Jj "�� ���   ll. Sawle who is retiring.
the appointment was made at
Board's  meeting   yesterday
���men,,,,,, (),|u,rs wl)M al,pliui
'"r **!*��� position were James Rtis-
Jjj Frank A. Ellis, L. Bullock
w*��tw, Fred James, David Thorn
i*��.and David C. Stewart  The
I'''1'1""""   Of   Mr.   Vance   was
lv��rably considered chiefly be-
':"."" "> the fact that in his po-
s'""" '���"  the  permanent   staff
" "" City Hall he will be most
|""p'l'l'.U,ill times, and already
'  ll"   '"  do   with   the   school
finances,
inspector's Report
* ;">' creditable report  was
'7 �����" F. Leilh, Inspector of
I,   .' *'����� has jus.   ended  his
,;;i|"'"".ii.e,e. PBhdpalHunters
|(jrk *** commended, and  the
.|   ;  '"" '�����'-<ame in for marketl
.   "'���''��� Discipline is well main-
JT*'   "��'l   the   Inspector   had
> "few trifling criticisms to
m���iJ'"' ' ,inl-' warning about
1 ""Jj/nwrnc cases.
'��^e Recommendations
���'11111,11!     ll,,
:���i....      L "^commendations
"ne or two regarding
lll.lll,
Were
equipment. There arc defects in
the roof which require attention
to prevent leaking. A gong is
suggested to help in the Fire Drill,
also a clock for thc headmaster's
room. These suggestions arc being
acted Upon. As regards the state
of the roof, a leiter was read from
J. E. Griffiths, Public Works Kn-
gineer at Victoria, stating that
the building has not yet been
taken over by the Government,
and that Mr. McMullin has been
requested to see that the contractor makes good any defects.
A copy of the Inspector's report
regarding thc roof-defects will be
sent to him.
Estimates Approved
Estimates totalling 116,000 for
school purposes during the current
year revised at last Board meeting
were approved, and the Mayor
will bc informed of this. The
estimates are as follows: Salaries
110,000, Insurance $1100, Light,
Water, Fuel $1,200, School Supplies $.r)<K), High School Supplies
$150, Scavenging 1150, Gymnasium, Playgrounds $1,500, Scats,
etc.,   for   three  new   rooms  $500,
Plank Roatls $500, Contingencies
$1,000.
Amongst minor business dealt
THE EDRIE IS
CONFISCATED
Marine Court Orders Confiscation of the Yankee Fishing
Schooner Edrie.
Victoria, May 30.���Thc gasoline
fishing schooner Edrie of Seattle,
was condemned and confiscated
as a prize by Chief Justice Hunter
this morning for fishing within thc
three mile limit at the northwest
end of Vancouver Island. The
Edrie was seizciHiy the Canadian
cruiser Rainbow in February.
That basketball game in the
Auditorium will be a peach tonight, so will that lunch at Reilly's
after the game.
Northwestern League
Vancouver 1, Spokane 0.
Tacoma 4, Portland 0.
Seattle 3, Victoria 2.
American League
Philadelphia 4, Chicago 3
New York 1, St. Louis 0.
Cleveland 7, Boston 12.
Detroit G, Washington 5.
National League
Chicago 4, Boston I.
Pittsburg 1, Brooklyn 1.
Philadelphia C, St. Louis 7.
New York 4, Cin iunati (i.
Mrs. W. M. Ward will leave on
Friday on a three months' visit
to her home in West Virginia.
PREMIER FISHER
MAY LECTURE
Australia's Labor Premier Is to
be Invited to Address a Series
of Meetings in Canada.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, May 30.���As part of
a propaganda they are about "to
begin to encourage the entry of
workingmen into public life in
Canada, the executive of the 'Praties and Labor Congress which met
today, dedded to invite Premier
Fisher, of the Australian Coniniioii-
wealtli, who is now in London to
make a lour of Canada, delivering
lectures in all the principal cities
on the practical application of
labor policies to politics.
WRANGLED ALL NIGHT
ACCOMPLISHED NOTHING
City Council Held Abortive Debate About the Engineer's Department���Aid. Newton Declared That Nearly Everything It Has
Done is Wrong���Newton and Clayton Indulge in a War of
Words���Mayor Left Room During Aid. Newton's Speech.
ROWING TO THEIR DEATH
RESCUED JUST IN TIME
Four Men of the Schooner Toza Maru Lost Their Vessel in Fog   Picked Up Exhausted Forty Miles
from Land and Drifting Seaward��� Are
Recovering at Jedway Today
(Special Wireless Despatch to the
Daily News)
Ikeda,   May  30.���Bewildered,
hungry, and all but exhausted, four
Japanese lisherineil were saved
from a miserable lingering death
yesterday morning by the schooner
Princess Victoria which picked
theni up forty miles west of
Tunget Island, adrift in their
small open boat, antl heading for
the open  Pacific.
The men belong to the schooner
To/a Main. They had been fishing, and lo>t their bearings iu the
fog. Unable t" locale the Toza
Main after hours of toil without
footl,  they were feebly rowing  to
certain   death   in   the   open   sea
when the Princess Victoria chanced
on them at 8 a.m. yesterday.
Nearly All In
When the Princess Victoria's
crew hauled them aboard, they
collapsed on the deck utterly
exhausted.    Without   delay   the
skipper headed his vessel for Jedway, where hc landed the rescued
men, and put theni in charge of
the Provincial Government Agent
who is caring for them. They
arc gradually recovering. Thc
Japanese Consul has been notified
of the rescue, and will arrange
for the men's return to their
vessel.
In spite of thc copious outpourings of eloquence, and hours
of time devoted by thc cily
council to thc question of the
Engineering Department riaraiee
the situation totlay on the whole
business is "As you were."
There will be no raises for the
engineers until the whole department conditions arc investigated
again this time by a committee
consisting of Aldermen Douglas,
Kerr, Kirkpatrick and Newton, appointed by the Mayor.
They were the four who voted
against the adoption of the report
brought In by the council committee of the whole lhat raises
be granted according to Alderman
Morrissey \s scale, giving Mr. Lucas
r200 per month. The result was
leached after a wordy wrangle.
The vote taken resulted in a tie
and Mayor Manson cast in favor
of the amendment.
Reorganise Department
The motion was lhat the report
of council committee of the whole
bc adopted. Then Alderman Newton moved the amendment that
the whole thing wait until a reorganisation of the engineering
stall could be affected. Meanwhile the engineers' raises coultl
wait. His seconder was Alderman
Douglas who severely condemned
the engineering department saying
the public were complaining of it.
There was tlie distant rumbling
of a coming storm which Alderman
Kirkpalrick vainly tried to stay
with a suggestion that the first
report tif the City Engineer be
accepted. Nothing doing. Alderman Morrissey also endeavored
to stay tlie^lorrent with the
echo  of   warnings   he   had   heard
on   the  street   telling   lhc  counc
to go slow on expenditures.   He
said he hatl heard this from
responsible ratepayers not labor
agitators.
"I don't talk only with labor
agitators." interjected Alderman
Douglas.
Storm Broke
Now the storm mu Ut ring in
the distance really broke. Alderman Newton began to sp.-.ik. He
remarked that the question of
the engineer's raises of salary
might have been dealt with by
the finance committee if his good
friend Alderman Clayton had nol
suggested ii should be referred to
another committee.
"Sonic members of thc finance
committee   are   nol    capable   of
CONTINUED ON  I'ACE 4
REACHED RUPERT IN TIME
FOR BROTHER'S FUNERAL
Coming to Seek Missing Man Here, John McLeod Arrived Just as Wire Was Sent Telling Him
George McLeod Had Been
Killed by Fall
Just as Knsign Johnstone and
C. II. Collins of the Atlin construction company, were despatch*
ing a telegram to John Mcl.eod of
Phenix, B. C, to tell him that his
brother George had been found
deed at Port Essington, John
McLeod himself was stepping off
lhe Princess May at Prinee Rupert. Ile hatl come lo search for
his missing brother, and will be
in lime to be present al the
funeral.
Killed by Fall
George   Mcl.cod's   death   was
apparently caused  by a fall,  not
iy exposure, or drowning as hail
been reported. John Mclnnes,
who found the body says that he
first saw one of the dead man's
mittens which he recognised, lying
where the snow had melted. Then
he found the body at the bottom
of a fifty foot crag? McLeod hail
been walking on the trail above,
and hatl slipped.
Funeral Today
Knsign Johnstone is to conduct
thc funeral today. It will bc
attended by members of the staff
of the Atlin Construction Co.,and
of the Order of Foresters, as well
as many friends of deceased.
John Mcl.eod will be chief mourner
with were an application from
Victor Woodward, Principal of
the High School at Duncans, B. C,
for thc position of Headmaster
of the High School he understands
is to be erected in Prince Rupert.
Thc Secretary will write him that
thc Board has not yet decided to
erect a High School. Dr. Fagan,
of thc Health Department Victoria,
wrote enquiring whether a Health
Inspector has yet been appointed
for the school. Hc will be informed
that the Board have this under
consideration, and thc appointment will be made shortly. M. M.
Stephens wrote enclosing copies
of a lightning and an electric
motor clause to be added to the
Insurance Policy of thc school.
This will bc done. Various accounts were  passed,  antl  it was
NEW ASSISTANT
FIRE-CHIEF
Dan MacDonald, of Rossland,
Appointed Last Night
Mr. Dan MacDonald, at present
assistant fire-chief for Rossland,
B. C, was appointed assistant
��rc-chief here lasl nighl by die
city council at a sahiry of 8125
per month to take effect as soon
as he can get here.
This was a'recommendation of
the fire and water committee and
was adopted.
The committee was also supported in the recommendation of
making a change in the payment
of the call men of the fire department.    Four men, instead of six
agreed that small supplies required wj||   |,e   retained   at  a   salary   of
for the school shall bc purchased
from the various merchants stlock-
ing them so as to share the business
round as far as possible.
The report of Mr. R. H. Thompson, city engineer of Seattle, on
his inspection of the VVoodwarth
Lake waterworks proposition was
adopted as read.
The report, together wilh a
report on thc same scheme, will
be published in booklet form, anil
distributed to die ratepayers. Tenders for thc printing will bc invited at once.
$10 a month,
lames   Gibson,    the   auto   fire
engine driver will get 1100 a
month.
Aldermen  Newton ami  Douglas
asketl  some  pertinent   questions
about lhe appointment of the
assistant chief. These questions
were answered to the questioners'
satisfaction.
PEOPLE DEMAND LIGHT
COUNCIL IN THE DARK
Petition for Extension of Light Plant and Proposal for
to Have Gas Producer Plant Tabled for Week
While Aid. Newton Criticises
Maybe, Maybe Not
It's up to the finance committee
to   decide   whether   the  council
should subscribe to the "Fiiianei.il
News" of London, F.ng. The
business manager of the paper
wrote asking for B subscription
from the city.
The  same committee  will  consider which of the Iwo applicants
for the position of City Auditor
is the most suitable. The Iwo
applicants are Messrs. G. Monroe
and David Thompson.
Where to Go
Ave.
Ave;
EMPRESS THEATHE, Second
Pictures antl music, 7.30 p.m.
MAJESTIC  THEATRE,   Thinl
Pictures antl songs, 7.30 p.m.
PHENIX THEATRE, Second Aveuue;
Pictures anil music, 7.30 p.m.
AUDITORIUM, Sixth Avenue; Basket
Ball, 8.45, tonight.
TENNIS CLUB Meeting in old Presbyterian Church, 8 p.m. tonight.
They Want Light
Mr. P. I. Palmer and fifty-five
others want the electric light pi.nit
Increased    so    thai    several    rale-
More electric lighi is wanted.
A petition signed by aboul tii)
persons was presented to the council last night asking that steps
be taken lo increase the supply
of juice. Already a proposal was
lielorc the council in a report
from lhe light committee recommending  lhe inst.illation of .i  gas
producer plant at a cost of 128,800
tn increase the suppl\ of current
and reduce lhe coal bill. Nothing
definite has been done, however,
the report was laid on the table
for a week, and Altlenii.in Hilditch
only wished it had been laid there
for  two weeks.
Sweeping Condemnation
An opportunity occurred, however, in the talk about this matter
for Alderman NcWtOn to get in
,i  slab at   the engineering depart-
payers wanting  to  be  supplied I monument of bungling under God'
with  light  ean be accommodated, j heaven."
A petition was sent lo lhe council
and was laid on the table for the
lime being.
Cily Engineer Davis has rei om
molded thai   the raising of build
ings where  gradis have been  altered   should   be   done    by    day
labor.
accents to rebuke Alderman Clay-
Ion for smiling. "I give you a
quiet hearing without interruption," he saiil directly across the
table, "and I think you might
extend the same courtesy to me."
Let the People Wait"
"All right. Alderman Newton,"
siid Alderman Clayton much humbled, antl Alderman Newton went
on to condemn lhe present light
plant. The cost of hauling coal
to il, he pointed out. is heavy.
It shoultl have been built on a site
near Lynch's Store where coal
COtlld have been supplied by 0.
cheaper route, lie was against
making any additions lo the present unsatisfactory plant, and said,
"Hitter shut down the entire
private  system  of   lighting,   keep
only the thoroughfares lighted, and
menl.        Ihe  engineering  depart-  ,    ', , ���     7       i
,���  , ., i( *    _' ,|lel    tlu    people   wait   (or   house
lighting."
"Put the whole thing up to the
people," suggested Alderman Douglas.
It seems that Alderman New-
tun's idea of progress is cither to
stand still or go backwards," de
,elated  Alderman  Clayton.    "The
but what 1 say is true.     (Great1
laughter and applause from lhe
back). Unheeding the noise Alderman Newton went on in pained | (Continued on page 4.)
menl,"  he  said,  "is  lhe  greatest I
Al this Alderman Clayton in-|
judiciously smiled.
"Yes," thunden d Alderman New 1
Ion. "My good friend Alderman |
Clayton can sil  there and giggle.
committee's itlea in  bringing  this
forward  now is to have lhc ma-
'**______ THE    DAILY    NEWS
The Daily News
Formed]) The Prince Rupert Optimist
Published by Ihe Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
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on application.
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New Y'ork City.
HURRY IIP BUILD BUNKERS .    !_-������ employment
HUKKY UP ^ R(JpERT , FREE  ojm_
PRINCE RURERT ^m���*���. j
Wheat Steamer Freight Charges Graham   Island   Coal  Will  be
Raised ThU Season Coming Here This Fall
Staled tenders addressed to tho undersigned
and endorsed Tender for I'ulilic Huilding, I'ran-
brook. 11. C. wilt 1* received until I pm.. on
Monday. June 12, 1911, tor lhe construction
ol a I'ulilic Building. Cranbrook, II. I'.
l'lar.*, ^ecitication and form nf contract can
lie s*s-n and lornis ol tender obtained ut the olficea
ol Mr. Wm. Henderson. Rtaldent Architect,
Victoria, B. C, at Ihe post ollice. rranbrook.and
at thlt department.
fa >.'-.-    la a   ierillK
will not  be considered unless made on the printed
forms   supplied,   and   sinned   ��ilh   their   actual   l-rs
signatures,  stating  their occupaliaans  and   place*      , - ���        a       .        nnmnptp   11,
of  residence.     In   lhc case of firms,  the  actual . charter    TatC    for    tlleir    \'i ���' I-    '      l'.ill\    ntl'lllls    IO   COIlipiU    111
signature, the nature ot the occupation and place _     .,.__* ]_*,.-  .,,._.���,. 'mil  nu-incr  In   thfi
oi r��idence of each member of the tirm must, transport   wheat   I rom   Portland v.ui"iis markets ana owing Ul llll.
��� ��� ���        I i -..���. -...-* -    .1.    it-! xiinitv of ihe mine to Prince
A problem at tlu- down below W,  G.  McMorris, director of
ports this year is tin- raising ol the British Pacific Coal Co., Lul.,
freight charges by owners of wheat is    superintending    development
jiotiiied that tenders I carrying transfer steamers.   Own- work on the Graham Island prop-
are asking  32s.  Od.  as     - erties of the company.   The corn
or me-
,,,��� |(mdi of help, twks.
waiU-rs,'dl.hWMh. ;>. hoti'L porters, all kll da "1 laborers
chanlcs, '-all up
Phone No. 178
or call at tlie
Grand Hotel Free Employment  Office  j
Headqusrten fi
Windsor Hotel
FIRST AVENUK AT EIGHTH SI ft] | ,
k- .v waiters   j |
*****
'tfr'm mu'st, transport    wheat   from    Port
Kuch   lender   must   lie   accompanied   by      an   .lilll    Pllget   Sound    to    tile    I !���''-''
Square.
Daily Edition.
Tcesday. May 80
London, Esgland-TIh' Clousher Syndicate, Grand Trunk Building, Trafalgar   i-ui,i,c works, eaiual to ten per cent ao p.c; of|
the amount uf the lender, which will be forfeited
if lhe person tenalerinn decline to enter into a
contract when called upon to do so, or fail to
complete the work contracted tor. If the tender
be nol accepted the cheque will lie returned.
The Department docs not bind itself to accept
the lowest or any tender.
By order.
H. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, May 13, mi.
Newspapers will not be paid for this advertisement il they insert it without authority from the
Department. '-t
accepted  cheaiuo  a>n  a  chartered   bank,   payable    ...        . " '    _..._���   cnrw.rinr   'wlvill
a ike order of the Honourable lhe Minister of i Kingdom,    while    sail     li'im.'���-'''    IS   Klipcl t   �� 1"   "**"��� *-   SUpenOr  BUVUJI
A CALL TO DUTY
LAND   LEASE  NOTICE
Skeena Land Diitrict���DUtrict of Coast
Take nouce that William Munford .     I'rinca ,
Rupert,   B.   C,   occupation   prospector,   intenda    ....]..     \t    -._���    (,..rnl
to  apply  for   pemdMlon  to lease   tho  Mowing    "WW,    I a     IS    IcarCU
dwcribeil lands:
Commencinff at a post planted aUiut luO chains
south ol the Indian Reserve on the east side ol
Goose llay and on the east aide of the peninsula
thence south SO chains along shore, thence weal
40 chains to Goose Bay, thence north along shore
60 chains, thence weet 4u ehalns more or
It is with feelings of impatience that the people of Prince Rupert
are viewing the bickerings and squabbles .tt tlu- Council Board. In
the case of a couple of the abler business men on the council, the
bored expressions on their faces last night as ihey listened to their
colleagues' wearisome chatter, showed that they felt along with the
citizens lhat the entertainment part of the proceedings was being
i 'Yi-rworked.
There is a joke being passed round town that the council has
done nothing but appoint a rat-catcher. The Statement is nut intended
to be taken literally, but ilu- jocular and exaggerated criticism is
an indication of the public temper, Frankly and kindly stated, ii
is time the council took itself seriously and got down io business,
This is more made urgent bv tin- news received yesterday that      slM���, L,nd Distnct-District oi cout
Mr. C. M. Hays and a number of his subordinates on the Grand Trunk R���' g0,c* wm?-, k����S" ��m3.��S
apply for perminioo to lean; the following dueribed
lands:
Commenting at a post plant ci alxjut a ouirter
of a mill- from tbe nonh west corner of Gibson
Upon this most important question, the Mayor has made no ]^'i^m_i_i^,___^lS^^,it
attempt to enlighten the people, though invited to do so.   It looks *2��^��Ei w
as if the people arc t" I
If this is an intentional policy, it is little short of criminal on the
p.irt of any man who is sworn ti protect the interests of theciti/ens.
It is as much criminal, as for the keeper of a railway-crossing to allow
nun and ��*om< n to walk in the dark in front of a fast moving engine.
In the face of the contemplated settlement, binding the citv for
, .    .    .       , , _ii��ii     Skeena Land District���District ot Coast IUr.ce
1   ti-nil .'I  yean, It IS 111  the nature of treason  l" spt-lld   valuable'    Take notin that I, Clara May Utile ol Trine
, , At-i ii, i.i-i i   Rupert,  B.   C,  occupation iplrster. inter.I to
hours 111  SUCh  Wearisome and   flltlle squabbles   as  that Which  Wasted   epjSy !>t permtaion to ;.urtba.-�� the loll wing
, . ,    , >,  , .   , deacribed lands
the time nl the KHinciI last night.
being held at from 28s, 9d, to 30s., tages   in   supplying   the   Grand
according  to  the  latest  advices Trunk Pacific Railway as well as
vessels   engaged   in   the   northern  Hair-fibre Pli-ster. Coke, Black.rn.th
ROGERS & BLACK
WHOLESALE   DEALBBS IN-
Building Material,   Cement,   Lime,
Newly Furnished and
Steam Heated Rooms
FIRST   CLASS BAR   AND   DIMS,;
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATES 50 CENTS AND OP
BATHS   KRgp   TO   GUESTS
ROBT. ASHLAND
P.O. EOS
trade. It is proposed to build
huge coal bunkers at Prince Rupert.
The company's coal areas comprise  over  8320  acres.    At   the
outset,   operations   will   be   concentrated   on   a   twelve-foot   an-
sail  tonnage  not  to insist i i  a thracite seam whose outcrop has
minimum rate of 27s. 6d.  Tonnage been traced for miles.    Mr. Mc-
Coal,  Common Brick,
Pressed Brick
Shingle., Lath, New Wellington Coal
ALL ORBBBS TROUPTLY FILLED
l'acilic Railway are to visit lure in a week's time in connection villi
the Grand Trunk assessment question.
post, eontaininf .l'-0 acres moro or less.
bated March 3. 1911.       WILLIAM MCNFORD
Pub. April 15.
received by local shippers.
The   demand   of    tlie rs
proved somewhat of .*. surprise
to thc exporters, who had been
led to the conclusion that tonnage
would be cheaper tiie coming
season than formerh becaust ol
the recent decision of "i" rators of
FRANK D. KEELEY
for placing in  the offshore grain  Morris will continue the driving     wholesale and retail druggist
exporters, of an entry on the big seam.  Iii- phone N'o. 200
See Us for Trices.
Phone No. 116
P. O. Box 5S0
PRINCE KUPERT, B.C.
++++++++++++
+
ng ?0 acne more or It*..
i-knl t<" ist a blind-fold vote on the question. Dated .-9th March, mi  0Ttb J' Bl;NS0"s���
will be inadequate to supply the expected that the mine will be in
demand.    With the completion "I shape to maintain a daily outcrop
the  G.   T.   P.  and   the  Panama ,,f  200   tons  before   the  end  of
Canal this trade will shaift natur- September next.   As soon as rooms /niTMirnM
ally to Prince Rupert. h.ae been opened up, a plant and %    ^f>   Jt   McCUTCHtUN
  tipple  and  coal  bunkers wi"
PLENTY PERISHABLES installed.
  Mr. Alex. Fualds, M. E., a well- $ Theatre
Need for Market Gardeners Up known  coal   mining  expert,   win
***i
.Grand Hotel..
WORKINCMAN'S HOME
��� I Spring Beds; clean White Sheets  25c
Rooms 50c
BEST IN   TOWN   FOR  THE   MONEY
J. GOODMAN. Proprietor
Carrie* complete itock of Drug*.   Special
attention paid to filling preacrlptlona.
phosk No. 79 Second Ave.
*****************
LAND  PURCHASE NOTICE
River Emphasised
By the City of Seattle last
night there arrive-! for I'rince
Rupert consumers thirty-five tons
of perishable good-, fruits, green
stuff, and (lowers from Seattle.
The  fact   that so  much   of  this
made a favorable report on the
property last fall, will go north
shortly to inspect the progress
made and to lay out a comprehensive plan of development in respa a
of the various other seams. Various analyses of the coal shoii-
it   to   run   from   eighty-live
m\l VICTORIA   CAFE
LINDSAY'S
>C CARTAGE and
STORAGE
In the sacred name of Duty���if not duty to the whole i I thi
citizens, then duty to those m thu citizens who elected it. the
council must take steps tn unite itself and attend lo the work of elucidating the city's problems.
dass of goods has to be imported niney-three per cent in fixed carboi
from oyer the line brings out the The   commercial   possibilities   "i
importance of the coming market this enterprise are considered ex-
up  river.    Th*. | cellent as coal production on the
i^4t*ehiS?i Vankce   strawberry   is  lure,   but  Pacific coast, although increasing.
WHEN DECENCY IS OUTRAGED
Conur.rneing at ��� p.*'. planted  at tbe      rth
net comer of Lot 1744, llante S, Coaat Dutriet   garden    indllsirv
tbeoce eut  4(i cbalna.  ihence r.orth 24 cr.aini   ���
���.l-.er.cv  meat  31  chain
theoee ����et 10 chaini, thenee .. .
point ot eomn-a-ncemeM, eon-.^ninf it: acrw an up-river strawberry grower men-  does   not    keen    Dace   with    lhe
Dat.d As-rii4.1*11.     cLAii.\ may little tinned  ihis inoniing  that  if his demand
Pub. April 14. . .
crop   turned   out   ten   berries to _
G. T. P. Tranafer AgenU
Order, promptly filleil.   Price, rcuiwnable.
OFF1CE-H. B. Bocheater. Centre St.    Phone ft
Reilly's Bakery Lunch
^Empress Theatre Basement
Lunch and Meal, at all hour.; Lunch To.
Meal. 24c up-Come and See
VOU CAS CKT A Sql'ARK HEAL AS\   TIVK
Cor. 2nd Ave. and 6th Street
' "I'i- an unclean bird that fouls its own nest" i- probably tin
sentiment which will rise in the minds of most citi/ens oi Prim e Rupert
when they read the Prince Rupert article on another .page of this
issue.
No om- has any de-ire to limil the freedom of any m.m to ���
his opinions, no matter how much they may differ fr-m I
<k��na land Di.'ri��-Dbthc- ot Coart Rant* 5 the full sized baskit full, and beat!
lake -   nee Oil Min- Bea-.n Glldenlwv. ot   _, . .   .       t-_1l
\ tona. ii. c .  cci.-,.t1oii i jekeeper. intend*  the   American   variety   hollow   a-1
���    ap-i.       r p.: to p-s-.aae the (oiloaine ,i _    . .   , ,        .   i ��� .    I
.���cnV. ar.S to il.iM'r. he would not be in an) I
Con-.-��ncint .-��� a ; at plan, : at the .outhwett ��� ,
corner   : Lot t DtatrtcWdMOM   �����'>   surprised.
*Q Cl*.:t -ouir   ��������� ��� ���       it) r'.    -    la.-.-arcv- 	
rtS. ���-���--.        c-a-.rj weet to point of
o__-.r.t*mmr.'.. contair..-.c 320 acrea morv cr Ita..
MARY ULATOS   jILDLK.-LELVL
Dated Apr.: IT, WIL
Pab. Maj e.
��� i Land DiatriM -Datrtot tt Caaaiar
Ta.' si that L P*rr,   jnaaun  4  fltam
by the general multitude.    But there is a limit I" U--    - *_**** . occupation pr .-.-c  ���  :--
by the bounds of law, then by the bounds of honest; . ***
N" less than thirty players are
tting  better than  ,30u in  the
America;-. Association and an even
dozen  are clouting for  .400 and
rto"puVctU~     ���       . over,  Otis Clymer, Billy Hallman,
CONDITIONS NOW
AT STEAMBOAT
development of the New Mining District Progresses
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiard'
Twelve Tables SECOND Ave.
The   day   is   passed   when   the
prospector can locate in the Steam-
Then- is an amazing lack of civic patriotism in the ac; i > ::..���:. .jj ;���   ��� *jgjft2, ^SS?c,   - S
�� t.-
who after concocting a -��� rei so dishonest thai ,ra52w.urih��c
no self-respecting editor nortl rty-ninth parallel would publish ::       [kowiSsih!
thenc* NHtl
Timber i
chain., thenoe NU
it, would send tjie article to - \_                ���     e publis    Land ..       . .l_?m\%m_<!*_t0.t��V"<_l�� '_Z-
circulated. *���' ***���** moee or laaa, tbence a.v.r'y 40 cl-aia.
  s r-   ��� '*m *-*-****_mm*m*m*m*m*mm_Ummmt**mf
While local feeling is likely I                                 (Tensive and ffiffHSVm?'
untruthful tuggestioi that I'-       kupert is ai***-******
Phil Sitton are ex-Pirates in the
charmed circle of club swingers.
oj while Ham Hyatt is about ready
I   force his way into select society.
a chain, aionf
. No. 3S2S1
breeding-] the gi    ter injury
the m< ti i.y injury-is that inflicted upon th -        -  position pt��!��*^S?ac,^gS
;������ iliation or defence. ^\% SnSTT"-0010"""'
c?.-^:ai a p��t ;:.:.>��� >   1 >-1   Howard.   Fred   Carisch   ami'boat camp.   Prospectors are going
in on to Lingtning Creek over tin-
border, and to the headwaters of
the Skagit to find open ground.
Good ore is shown all the way
from the 14-Mile to the boundary,
about forty-five miles, and every
day brings reports extending the
strike.
The trail from Hope to Steamboat is at present gootl and easily
FERRY QLEENAN
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
saeena Land Liiatrir.��� Oiftnct ol Caajlar
Taae notiee that 1. brentoa Jordor, Moore ol
Skrena Land Dijtr.c: -Diitrict ot Coait Range S
Take notice that I, Lionel Kir.giley ot V.r.cou-
contraa.--.or. intend    vfT>  E. C,  occupation  miner,  intend   to applv
y.ntmtm the loUoains    lor Permiaaion lo purcr.we the following deKnbeil
T.Tencinf at a po�� planted abaot   3   tbiee       Commend r.e at a poit pl.nte.1 near the .outh
...     .  _, _     .���tt eorner fa?  l^jt a.-,'   It*nva  *   (*_...    li.a.,..-
I       t especially true of the pi  ��� Kin|   the ������      ��� �� ^uthTid 2; Uo mu<a ���� ot th�� fork. ��* ��"�� ���* t-��*,���-*>���-��� ***<*>- 4. coa�� Di.tri��; accegs hie  but owins to the en-u
���,l   ...   . ,     . ���     ���   ,       -4 White aad Flat n>-��>. ther.ce so chain, wuth   <'������ ******   '" chair.., thence aouth 60 chain.,   '1<-<-^ssioii,   om  owin^,   io   tlie  gri.ll
in ol the great m.iss itract pi  .r, -.���"".'��-��triher�� ��t ".ir__irit, ���h^t'D*mJ;- '*'*"���'��� l*>""* north 60 <**������**** **
*hkh ��� , I order- thi same British law and order tBme*"'ch*lB"Trenton ji.ri.on moore ' K^ MSIb���"'i��iLt'  uonel kincsley
which pr. -. - - - Doj li  322. i��b*MA.?ri3*0, ,"1-    Tn""s l'^"t<",��� *"""  ^^ APr"
Tht ';       - '     ��� ; ���*"  "  ���  bdiw In thi divinity of kings. ' |   T^l^i^^'^^i^liTrrinc.
.   ��� '-^^rr^;;:^^^ . ^.^riof^rnS'^^h^^^^in'S of  fact  some six or seven  ladies
��� ���-. li   c, r^a-..,-   n l.nr.er, Intend   deacribed l.nd.:                                                    I
' i��-rniB.ion to purelaae the following       Commennng at a po�� planted about 15) flva   have Walked  from H<I|)C tO Steatn-
milca eouth and   1) one mile wat ot the fork, of   . . '
railfall during the last few day
it  is   somewhat   mushy,   without
anj    inconvenience   and   certainly
without any danger.   As a matter
f, Rochester &
f<p   ��� Monroe
Ladysmitm
i.      '���>! Coal
\-x   Phone iis
==E.   EBY   G__  Co.^
REAL  ESTATE
KiUumkaluni Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM - I'.. C
)|aa/vw��via/^M^W*AW^!I
WANTED
A local representative i.i WSOb :
for a territory tributary to Prii
Uupert to sell the hardy non-irrigated nursery stock grown I'.v tl
Oregon Nursery Company, Oren-
co, Oregon. Liberal terms. Part)
must come   well   recommeri!<"i.
.���~.-��..^.AI>DRESS.a~.-��-.~.��-.
Oregon Nursery Company
Orenco ��� Oregon
.       .-       .......     ..      . ��� . ������,,.,.,,!,>- im i' <��  aiiv am iaij,r      Take   r.aatie.   that
���r'l ���>��� *���*������   igence.   But in the constitution of government v   ���' .       ?%Si's��
ling Doyle 322 suliscriabed and h"-k to for
three   the White and Flat rivera, thenee north (>U chain,   boat,   looking   as   lovelv   aS   when
���'���'���  ki;'^ ���   "  -   - ihso.    k-hat prosaic work iffiMtSMUX,����ifbSS55m*%*__. *"" " 	
ther,".
____*  ���, ���
���tl chain., ihence nonh  ,ku chalna.   Hated April 18, 1911.
ti chain.. Pub. May 13.
I.    CHARLKS M. KN'iisi:
KrancU S. Praaton, Agent
JOHN L. MITCHELL
Francl. S. Preaton, Agent
they started.
There   arc   about   eighty   men
working  in  Steamboat  and word
perform.
On thi r the lot of a king Is as desirable IjSftfty
as that of a member of the P. K. I  A.   But at least the single fa, i T.skk.Wn"��nZ^^^ .     .
thai he ii bon, to ��� position and ��� iponsibilit) whi. h for reasons ��� ���       ****** Lud m-pi^m oic-u,       __*___�� W^^i___Tu^S^\t.        ,'Z WMI ���     ,    *_? h"""
state he may nol repudiate, should save him from the cowardly a, ,| b.T^ SSMit^"l^i��hsaS4^ ^t P..n.ed .ho���t three?.5" "f ,,M.,:8S���- R',urke * lh,',nas'
insulting epithei of the.,��.,., who is devoid of _ - nsc of national |.. ���l;-,   ����**""���'��purch"'"" 'u",,win, "^ J&S? '"' ^���J��H^"d ^.     ���       ''r ~~~ '* ,1ounslun��'
King.baitinPgi.the poorest and'eheapestform" ^t " -JZ^ii^J^^ another_ consignment   of   a
I here ii nothing in thi
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO.  63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
AII  members of  the order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
G. S. JOHNSTONE, N.G.
H.' MORTON. Secretary.
;:u:u:u:��:u:u:u:u:u:u:u:w:;
The Digby Rooms
ar.d I lat rl.eri. thence M) chain, .nuth, thence SO
article  Save   the .lN-llllipt|tl|l   "I   manner   ch.in�� .a-l. lima Ml chain, north, ther.ce so
and the quoting "t his membership number to -how that the writer urns asm is, isu.      swan halum
was writing on behalf of the local association. "*w* r~*1,*"***��� ****
chain..
few   thousand
It would be a timely and a proper thing,   uid would go ,,
��ng|
way to re-establish good feelings between  the men's organisation iJSS*��***
Ia .     . " iiwhiu,    ' m tiiiym*. it iii     i mi iih_'(,     I.I' finis    IU
tne citizens ai lar^ge, if the I'rince Kupert Industrial Association, f^1-0" to Purch*"' ,hc i*********
either from a sense of national or civic patriotism, were l" officially
repudiate the article.
WILLIAM  FREDERICK CAMERON   ,v"      "IWUBWIU     pOUIHlS     of     goods I
.'���ui'^'iV.5'1311'    Franc s.Pr��.on.A������tlfor  tllL'ir  K^eral  store  has  been
! shipped.     Messrs.    Raymond   &
Skeen. Land Di.trict���DUtrict ot C.wlar          mi.        ��� ,    _  , ���                    ,            i
Take notice that I, Allred Kyte of Prince Ru-a-MClntyre S hotel IS   Opened,    aild
pert.   II.   C,   occupation   electrician,   intend   to L,                      , ,     .   , .      ,    .         ,     .,
apply  lor  permimion  to  purchaM  the  following | tlie    SCCOlld hotel IS    bt'lllg    bllllt,
***L&\ ''''^eicin1,?:at a po,t planted about (3) three will  be open  for business in  the
T10eu   mile, wuth ol the fork, ol the White and Flat
Skeena ljind Dirtrict���Diatrict of Coast
P. McKAE
F. R. C. BROWN
H. F. McRae & Co.
Financial Agents
BMOMD Avf...
I'RINCK Klll'BHT
ItRANCHl
Vamooovbr
Commencing at a poit planted at the north-
****t onrnpr of A. MrLeaai. prt^emption. thence
20 chain, aouth, thence 10 chain* ea.t, theBM 20
chain, north. UMMi 10 chain, weet to pout of
commencement containing 20 ami, more or \,-_..
Ilau-I April 10. 1911. HUKIlltlCll W. UOHLER
Tub. April 22. Fred Hampton, Agent
I     ... . ajuuit,  ���i   a a.a    .,.,.. _,  __,_   ,>iiiiaa  ana   rial' r i i
river., thence 60 chain. MUth, thence 80 chain.   Course   Ol    a    Week    or    tell    tl
eart, thence  SO chain, norlh,  thenoa  80 chain.
il.iv-
wei>t.
Dated April 18, 1911.
Pub. May 18.
The  barber  shop  is  doing  good
Fr.ncusLp���.o���,IA',I���Et; business.     Other   stores   will   be
FEW   CHOICE  OFFERINGS   FROM   OUR   LIST
��Mt Btefc      ****** JPHes Cask
47
li
9,  Id
31,  112
U
\
12
'_>*
I
1
$ir,,r,iKi
'��� 1.2W1
5 I.W8
5 WO inch
7 MU ouch
We have one very ehota l.uy in Sertion 1 which  we cannot
absolutely smtrd-small sash.   ai.��� stvsrai oloM-ln^uit JShSSStt,
STi.fKHI
Witl
KIKI
2r^i
100
Skeena ljind Di.trict   Dlltriet of Coa.t.
Take naatice that I, Jaahn Milli-r. of Vancouver,
III . 'a^aaipatiaan liutrher. intend, tai apply for
IMrmlMlw I'i pun-hnfte the folia.winir ilencribcd
land.:
Caamntetarinir nl a |to��t planti-a] nUaiit 1 vhain
fr-ani tialewnter at the lifi.ai ���f LUMonilia Ilay. and
marknl J.M.'f N.E.eorner, thenc,. w,a*t -I'rhaini,
Ihrnre   aiaalltla    -a   <h.lilV��.    I llPnCO   a;,.I    Nl   chain.,
ihenre na.rth BO chains,  l.a polnl of   enmmencement. containing lain Bcrea. rnair.' aar le...
JOHN MILLER.
Dated l.t Feb., lull        Charle. II. stark, AKent
I'uli  Feb. 26
Skeenn ljind Dl.trlrl-Dl.trict a,f Coa.t
Take na.tlce that  I. William Ander��on. of Vnn-
a-riiver,   ll.C.  .Mi'iiiaritiam  clerk, Intenil. to npply
faar |a,-raaii����iiaii to purchnne the follaawimt deiierlb-
e��l Innal*:
Commencinir nt n partit planteil nnal markeil W.
A. nnrlhwest cnrni-r. and nlNaiil 1 mile from Alexander lluehan nairlhrrn boundary line; thence
���oaith -��a chalna.. thence ea.t 80 chain. Ihence
na,rtb m chnina*. then.',- ia.,1 ��l clmlnB, lo point of
a-aainmeticement, Canlilning Ml' acie. mnre ,,r le...
WILLIAM ANDERSON,
D.lol l.t Feb. un Charle. II. Stark, Agent
I'uh. fob, M,
Kkeen. u���^ Dlrtrict  -Duinrl nl Queen Charlotta
lake  noile*  (hat   Hubert   O.   Crew   ol   I'rince
,-__.���       ' - occupation ngont. inlend. to npply
la* [lw"'l,"'on "' purchaw Ihe lollowing de.crili.il
Skeena Land Di.trict-Di.trict of Caaaiar
Take notice thnt I, .lohn McDonnld of  I'rince
Rupert. H.C. occupation hotelkeeper. Intend, to
apply for perm(..lon t<i purchase the foUowing
described lands:
Commencinir nt a po.t planted three and one-
haif mites in an easterly dlroetiaan from the point
a-n Nans River where the Lava Lake trail begins
nnal one mile In a northerly direction from the
suid l.ava Lake trnil, tlience south eighty chains,
thence west 811 chain., thence north 80 chains,
thence east Ho chains t.i point of commencement,
containing t'40 acres.
Data Feb. L ISU. John McDONALD
I'ub. March 10. Joseph Helwny, Aient
Skeena Lnnd District-District of Caaaiar
Take naitlee that I Andrew Cummlng. of Vancouver. H.C. occupatinn cook, intend, to applv
for permission to purchaae the following described lands:
Caaiiinienelnit nt a pott planteil  three nnd one
hair italic, n an en.t,.r|v direction fmm the point
on Nans River where ihe Lava Lnke trail  begin.
nenr the trail, then,,. ���.���,, m ohalnt, thence south
��� ,h,-"ce en.t H chains,  thence north 80
tamonoement, conuining 0411
chains to point of I
ncrea.
Ilnte Feb. il, l'.ill.
Pub. Mnr. 10.
ANDRF.W CUMMINUS
Joseph Holway, Agent
Skeenn Und lii.lrict-Dl.trlct of Ca.slnr
TKkonnttcethal I Holcom McDonald .if  I'rlna
Rupert. Ill     IK.,,,,,,,,,��� OStM,   Intend,    ��� ,
MriSdOTi """,""urch��"" **"> '"""Wing*
opened within a lew days, and it is
the general opinion that in the
course of the next two weeks
there will be some three or four
hundred people in Steamboat City.
BABY BOY ARRIVES
11 ani
Hula
. t henare
a Pub- April 7.
Commencinir nt n post planteil three nn I  ,���,
*m_7__*_*__t____ *"f- I'**"*""*  -**-*"1*  6  1-2   h",'mn,'r.n "n 7>��"-rly direction from lhc point
".'*,",,*,'n'l hall a mile MUth nl the mouth ol ' "" Nnus.Mvnr where the Lav. Lnke  trnil  \_23��_
������^k     7_t_ J*   ""l'"es     Into   Naden ; **j*. *** mile In n northerly dlrecUon frntn "l..
r ,',,h   _)  1^',*"*-  ������"���nee  i-uat   10 chain.,   ��W  _*_*  __*_** trail,  thence north   ni  chain.
.,.,,, ���,''**���<*'.  ih-nce  �����i   to chain., I thenee w��t Ni chnins. thence aouth wi chain.'
and com, ,i���. _W,\in" '" ****** "' commencement   thence east chains t��� p���|���t ���f commencement'
Hat ..I viliSmk i \ irnfi* mnre ��t,'""- ' <;'""""lin't IH" acre,. ���"���
III I1KKT O, CREW   Date Feb. 3. WU. HOLCOM McDONALD
Numa Daman. Agant   I'ub. Mar. 10. Jowph Uelway Agent
Well Known Swedish Old-timer
Is Proud Father
Congratulations are showered
this morning on Anton Yakerbcrg
the foreman mechanic at the Rupert   Marine    Iron-works,   whose
wife   presented   him   yesterday
with a fine sturdy little son and
heir, at their home on Ambrose
street. Mr. Yakerbcrg is a popular
old-timer here, having been in
Rupert since before the sale of
the town lots,
ADVERTISE  IN THE
NEWS
F. W. HART
UNDERTAKER A EMBALMF.R
STOCK   COMPLETE
Located on Sl.lh Ave., near  Fulton
Three to live minute, from cen-
tre of busine*. di.trict. Nlnae-
teen newly fumi.hed ria��m,.
Hot and cold water, bath and
telephone. Newly furnished.
Under new management.
INVITED
I���WW"
CJ
<:
������2
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Little's NEWS Agency
Magazines :: Periodicals :: Newspaper?
CIGARS  ::  TOBACCOS ::  FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
To Lease
FOR SALE
Lots 5 and 6, Block 2,",
Section 1.
$300n, 25 per cent, cash,
baluncc 1, 8) 8 years,
7 per cent.
Lets
22, 23, 24, 25
17
24
14
", 8
Block
8
18
31
35
14
s," ti'"1
1
1
1
1
GEO. W. MORROW
1076 Nelson St., Vancouver, B.C.
G.R.NADENCOMPANY
Second Ave.,
Limited.
Prince Rupert, B.C.
city
In   changing   managers  a
faces  this dilemma:   Tht   ���  "'
ones are  tied down  to long ,'n"
contracts.    No chance of Kl'""^
the   really   successful   ones   hkc
McGraw,   Chance,   Clarke,  J'i;-
Mings or Mack.   Cleveland may
nm,.... ..,��� 4 have   to  experiment  for scvejw
BOWLING, B1UPA0R0DLS  I year. long^Sore getting * win-
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PRICE :-$15.00 PER ACRE, EASY   TERMS
Thia is tin excellent section and was one of the first to be
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Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers and Financial Agents, Prince Rupert
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are invited to contribute to Its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisma are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
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Fort George Townsite Massett Townsite
Alder Block
Sixth Street
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Sktet.a Laml Dintrict -District of Cout lUtitjo 5
Taki* iioticc thai I, Uell Hall Kcnney of Tar-
Novi ScotU, occupation married woman.
< apply  (or purmiwion  to  purchaso thu
lulkiAit.t; .Uwcribwi lands:
1 - 'ileum st * pust planted at north oast
on.- *: '.'. L Lot 3b,*>i:8, thencu run nine wert 41)
data, thttM nurth HU chains, thence east 40
bM�� suuth bU chains tu place of com-
nl nmtaininii ���'-" acrut more or lesa.
M) |*< it i- on south cast corner of land applied
Ut. ti .ttkid It Iters S. E., about one mila west of
Uh.' l..i|,,-W', south side of Skeena liver District
'  k.wine 6.
Dii.-l Apia 29, mi.     BELL HALL KENNEY
John Haverty, Agent
I Und DUtrict���District of Caasiar
rnki   i.itice that  1, Jamos  Dunlop of I'rinco
Kup<>n.  It.  C.,  occupation  teamster,   Intend   to
���i'i     I : amission to  purchaso  tho fullowing
I lands:
' ���'��������������� tt I post planted about two mllea
Mil  ,', Lba (orks of tho White and Flat rivers,
"���i:i-i   i Tth  KO chains,  thencc'west 80 chains,
it.'-.-.  ��� nil .mi chains, thenco east ho chains.
OntA April IH, 1911. -     JAMES DUNLOP
I'ub. Mat* 13. Francis S. I'rwton. Agent
i.cid  l��: itirt     Di.irict  of Coast Hange 5
Take i.uiice that Annie  Muitsallom  of  I'rince
Kji*t . II. C, occupation married woman, intends
to imjr fur jiermissiun to purchase the following
. Umls:
i umameag al a post planted at a ikwI at the
���outhAi^i cirner, (HI chains east front N. E. corner
o' Ul   Itli',   Harvey's   Survey,  Coast   DUlrict,
. tU'iicu east'20 chains, thenco north 40
*���>    .  IbMM west 40 chains, thencu soulh  20
Uma east 20  chains,  thence soulh  20
u> [Kiini nl eommencemenl, containing 120
scni mun' or \**~.
''-'���       ������ 1,191L ANNIE Ml'SSAtLEM
Pib.Uu tt.
���t Uml Dutrict ���DUtrict ol CassUr   Q
' ' I   notice   that   1,   Thomas   fdcMeekin   of
1'        Kaput, It. Ct, occupatiun clerk, Intend lo
���l'l'l>   (>r  iH-rmluiun   to  purchase  the  fullowing
"    . ��� ; landi:
' "     ��ndlt| at a post planted about two mllea
I   ���" (nrks of the While and Flat rivers,
north  ft) chains,   thence  east   bO  chains,
��� 'i -H chains, thenco west 80 chains.
'*'��� I \;-nl l\ l'Jll.      THOMAS McMEEKIN
I *ii* HU 1.1. FrancU S. I'reaton. Agenl
I Land Dutrict���DUtrict of Caasiar
I lu : Ntice that I, Charles L. Delgrovc of Stew-
-" It. C , occuputiun prospector, intend to apply
��� rs to purchase the following described
I '"i-iMicing at a pout planted about six miles
'uuth ind um' mile went of the forks of the White
n.rrn, thence south 80 chains, thence
>lni, thencc north 80 chuins, thence west
** OMlnj,
;��;�����! April 20, 1911.     QHARLBI DELGHOVE
lub. Miy ia. ���  - -
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Francis S. Preelon, Agent
' III Uml l)i��trlct-I>lstrlct ol Cassiar
. '�� ��������� notloa tlmt 1 Francis S. Praton ol I'rinco
'ul"��. II. C, orcuiiHtiun prospector, Intond to
I  MmWon  to purchase  thf  lollowing
'."""""King at  a  pout  plantod   aliout   throo
n I.. .,,���,, ������,, |wo m,ta wml o( the |ork> o|
,,;'," ' '"��� ��nd flat rivtani, thence nouth 80 chain.
"I   SO chsins,  thence north  80 chaim,
���..-,' ?'"1 ���"> chaim.
I ""'April 20, 11)11.
I"1'Mav la
FRANCIS S. PRESTON
���ill. _ '."' ''''trict -District ol Coait Range 6
ia not n that 1. Joe Jack ol I'rlrce Ki p.rt,
���    :��� !"���<'ipiilon carpenter. Intend to apply lor
1   I   l"  purcham   the   lollowing   closcrllwd
o^'lTSuM * **** planted ahout threejand
I ,���.��� I ,,': "'." :l"l'*i-<: ���" a south westerly direction
IrowaVli'mi ,'
,,,,u��h Ifoni oliwrvatory Inlot where
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com.
or lew.
JOE JACK
ia.,   ,  ---���������  .......   u,,m'i VHtiiry   lllll'l   S
"> Mr. ,","���''"" **"* **��***<* llewrvo Ihonco
chiini ,k      ""���  '.""h *" '*">'���'"* 'honce !"
:    ��� -iic nuth 80 chaini to point ol
.., ^���^���MOSSMSSsfi      '
l'ih. Mny 1:1.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Coaat Range 5
Take notice thu 1, Frank Hicks of Port Ellington, occupation merchant, intend to apply
[or permission to purchaso the following described
lands:
Commencing it a post planted on the south
bank of the Exchumslks lllver and about four
mllea from Ita confluence with the Skeena Kiver,
Ihence 80 chaini west, thence 80 chaini north,
thence 80 cbains east, thence south 80 chains
to point of commencement, containing 610 acres
more or lees.
Dated April 21, 1911. FRANK HICKS
Pub. April 29.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Cout
Take notice that William McTavUh of Vancouver, H   C. occupation physician. Intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following descrbed
lands:
Commencing at a post plantod at the southwee
corner, 40 chaini north and 40 chaini eait of the
northeast curner of Lot 1116, Harvey'a Surrey,
Coait DUtrict, Range 5, thenca 60 chaim east
thence 60 ehalni north, thence 60 chaini west,
thencc 60 chaini snuth to post of commencement
containing 360 acrea more or loss.
Dated May 2, 1911. WILLIAM A. McTAVlSH
Pub. May 6. Fred W. Bohler, Agent
Skeena Und District���DUtrict of Coast Range 6
Tako notice that Lettie McTavUh of Vancouver,
It. C, occupatinn married woman, Intenda to
apply for permission to purchase the following
deacribed lands:
Commencing at a poit planted at the northwest corner 100 chaini eait and 20 chaini north
from tho northeut corner of Lot 1116, Harvey'i
Survey, Cout DUtrict.Kangc 6,thcnce 20 chaini
���outh, thence 80 chains eait, thence B0 chaim
north, thenco 40 chaini weit, thence 60 chaini
south, thence 40 chains west to poit of common*
cement, containing 400 acres mnro or leu.
Dated May 2, 1911. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
Pub. May 6. Fred W. Bohler, Agent
Stikine Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Caspar
Take notice that Christian A. Tervo of Stikine
It  C . occupation customs officer, Intends to apply
(or pormUsInn to purchaso tho following described
Units:
Commencing at a post planted about 18 chsins
north west of the customs warehouso at Stikine.
H.  C,  thence west 20  chains,  thonce south  20
chains,  thenco eut 20 chains,  thence north 20
chains to point of commencement and containing
10 acree more or less.
Datod Feb. 13, 1911.      CHRISTIAN A. TERVO
Pub. Ai.rl 7
Skeena Land District���DUtrict of Cout Range 6
Take notico that Grace McTavUh, of Vancouver,
B.C., occupation married woman, intendi to apply
for nermlisfon to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the southwest
corner 100 chains eut and 20 chains north of
tho northoait cornor of Lot 1116, Harvey'i Survey,
Cout District, Range 6, thence 40 ehilna eant,
theaee 80 chains north, thenco 40 chaini weit,
thence 80 chnini south to poit of commencement
containing H20 ncres more or less.
Datod May 2, 1911. GRACE McTAVlSH
Pub. May 6. Fred W. Bohler, Agent
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol .Cout Range -
Take notice that Alexander Mdntoah o Van
couver, I 0* occupation real estato hroker
ESSE to apply for permlulon to purchue the
following descrilied lands: ���v��u. -n.-th
Commencing at a post Plai^�� *�� *ha'"" ���TO
from tho soutWest corner of Lot 096, ttjMJ ��<��
chains Sooth, thencc 40 chains weit, thence 80
chains north thence 40 chaini out to point of
SS containing 320 acre* more or leu.
Dated AprU 17, "����exaNDBR McINTOSH
Pub. May 6
Skeen. Land DUtrlct-DUt let of Com   Rjngc 5
Tako notice that I. Uuchlan John Shajahan ot
Victoria,   B.   C.   occupation  ������������,  IMMTN
apply   for permUion  to purchue tho following
aTOJSftS a post pUnt*. jjrt^ffft
from the eoulheaat corner of Lot SOW. IJ��noo 40
chains south, thence 40 chains wt*itMMt 40
chains north, thence 40 chiins cast to point oi
Dated April 17,1011.'
Pub. May 6.
rectcd at thc matured woman
who is doing tiling. Slit- i* not a
fledgling "��r a merely pretty thing,
but a woman of gracious t.u-i and
wide sympathy who h;i*. lived
down many a bitter disappoint'
ment and crushed many a sorrow,
but who is imbued with the optimistic spirit of young America;
she knows that in onler to look
her best she must be her best;
she inspires old and young with
her youthful enthusiasm; she is
sincerely interested in every human
question of thc day; thus unconsciously docs sin- cultivate those
endearing qualities of the heart,
die daily exhibition of which in
the course of years imparts an
atmosphere of soft, sweet femininity, and gives to a woman when
she reaches middle life that delightful subtle spirit we call charm.
This is, perhaps, what the satiric.il
Bernard Shaw meant when he
asserts lhat no woman is possible
until she has readied her lliirly-
fifth year, and not worlh talking
to until her fortieth!
RED CROSS BOX
FOR NURSERY
Thoughtful Mothers Will Certainly Have One
Braid trimming is tremendously
popular for coat suits this season,
and especially is this so on serge,
where invariably one sees braid
of some sort. A modish example
of this is given in today's model,
which illustrates a suit for a young
girl. Thc material is dark blue
diagonal serge, wilh rather wide
black silk soutache braid, generously used on coat and skirt in
connection with braid-covered buttons. The front of this coat is
particularly pretty and the length
ideal for a young girl.
Social Notes
Miss McTavish and nurses will
receive this (Tuesday) evening,
May 30th, from 8 to 10.
QUEEN OF SPAIN
ON HOME TRIP
Robin Hood
The Great Flour
of
Great.r Canada
Your Dealer Hat It
and has acquired a throwing arm
of which any man might be proud.
Miss Peale has all sorts of curves,
drops and fadeaways. The only
throw she lias nol mastered is
the "spit ball," and she declares
she has not tried that, as she
docs not think it lady like for a
woman to spit. As a tryout for
the young woman Doom has arranged for her to pilch a game
against the strong nine of the
Belfield Country club. This club
has defeated many of the amateur
teams and coultl take a fall out
of many professional clubs.
Visit to England Without King
Officially Announced
'lake  "1,1.   '.'".''rHi'lrlct ol Queen Charlotte
'"''.  ��c   ,?,',  '"", ���,.���>**  Uvl<* �� WOO.I.IIH*.
'"' l��n���i.   ' ",'"   "ffiWi   IntPn.U   to  apply
""��� I" purcham tho lollowinK ileecrll��;i
���:,i'''  '"   <*  port   |,Uni���i   B|)0ut ,ovo���
Stanley Cilik     !.' '"**"' """** "* t_* mouth ol
h-.a   '   . f"��    Where    1,    .......a���     ,_._    ..   .   .
'������-.   i i,..     ." ,""v" "0,-lh "��� tho mouth ol
'""��. '���.��.,, iT ���" ,cml"1""    '"to   Naden
j ,'"'�� '-Mt,  thence  80 chulrm  north,
��"'! ��>nlanh r km, J      '" ,'"inl "' commencement
'��M \C,.1 ;'�� ""��� more or low.
**l>- Apnn. "' 1911- PRANK LKVICK
Numa Domert, Agsn
Skaana Land Dl.trlct-Diatrlct ol Cojj.1^RjngeB
Take notico that Mr.. ,V��� C-,.,��rr "d wmnan
Paul, Mlnneaota. occupation t. ��r'~ ��"'^*hn
intend, to apply lor parmlMlon to purchaae tn.
lollowing dcacrlhod land". .       .    .outhwMt
KHirfe^
The official announcement of the
Spanish Queen's journey from Ma-
dritl with the young Prince who
is to be operatetl upon, is causing
comment. It runs thus: "The
operation will be carried out by
a specialist at Freiburg, Switzerland. The young prince will stay
in Switzerland two months, Queen
Victoria Eugenia accompanying
him thither and afterward proceeding to England. King Alfonso
will not leave Spain."
In court circles emphasis is laid
on the last sentence. It hints at
a fulfilment of thc reports of some
weeks ago that her Majesty contemplated returning to England
to stay because of resentment at
the attention her husband was said
to be paying to another woman.
Another odd thing is that the
operation on the prince is not
to be performed by Dr. Moure of
Bordeaux. The case is of thc kind
in which he specializes; he is
King Alfonso's physician, and Bordeaux is less than half as far
from Madrid as is Freiburg. The
gossips contend that Bordeaux
will not do, however, because a
journey there woultl nol furnish
a sufficient excuse for the qilecn to
continue it to England.
On every nursery wall, out of
reach of the little folk, yet readily
accessible to the nurse, shoultl
hang a wooden box conl,lining the
requisites for attending to such
simple accidents as may occasionally befall her charges, surmounted
by a prin ted card of directions,
of the kind to be procured at most
chemists or large stationers,
In addition to a pair of bright,
blunt-pointed scissors, a supply
of safety and ordinary pins, and
two or three needles threaded with
while cotton, knotted at lhe end,
and run into a strip of chamois
leather to keep theni from getting
rusty, the contents should comprise
some good sticking-plaster for cuts,
calendula lotion, Pomade-Divine,
or the more homely application of
vinegar and brown paper for bruis
es, linseed oil and lime water
shaken together in equal parts
for burns and scalds, a botlle of
dilute ammonia or a commoner
blue-bag for stings, a small tin of
mustard, which, once opened, shou
Id be relegated to household use,
and a new one purchased for
medical purposes, a packet of
cottonwool, tir a roll of lint, and
few bandages of one-inch width
and one and a half-inch width,
these latter items wrapped closch
in paper to protect them from
dust.
SPION   KOP  IN   RUPERT
Boer   Hunt   Over   McMordie's
Cut, and Sequel
Crawling cautiously from rock
to rock on the jagged surface of
McMordie's cut yesterday, James
Tite for half an hour pursued an
imaginary command of Boers, lie
took advantage of every scrap of
cover, and on the appearance of
Sergeant Phillipsoon ordered him
to surrender as he was surrounded.
The Sergeant, however, effected
the capture of Tite who appeared
this morning before Magistrate
Carss, and was fined $5 and
costs for having been drunk,    lie
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ITEMS   OF . . j
jSPORTj
Persistent betting In the future
books on the former John E.
Madden colt, Adam Bedc, now
owned by Louis Winans, has kept
the American entry's price steady
at twenties for the English Derby.
The new Canadian Baseball League opened its season with games
at Berlin, Guelph and St. Thomas.
Berlin was lhe only home team
lo lose. The average attendance
w.is 1,600.
Frank Chance is dissatisfied with
the Cubs. The peerless leader
recognizes the fact that his once
greai team has gone back, and
that unless he is successful in
his efforts to plug up the numerous
holes he will not have a chance
to be a factor in the present race.
11 appears to bc the old story over
again of a team of veterans starting
tlown grade and nothing being
able to stop them. Pittsburg is
another team which is made up
largely of oltl players, but Fred
Clarke seems to have thc knack
of getting his veterans in shape
every spring and the Pirates are
sure to be in evidence in the
present race.
Blackbourne,  the infielder, for
whom the White Sox are said to
have paid the Providence Club
Sl 1,000 a couple of seasons ago,
is still at the Mercy hospital in
Chicago, waiting for the operation
which it is hoped will put his
knee in shape again. Thc removal
of the floating cartilage is awaiting
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.
���a. Prince Albert sails for Port   Simp-
SOn, Nans Kiver l'oints, Masset,
Nation Harbor,   every   Wednesday, 1.00 p.m.
and f'ir:
Refuge Hay,   Skidegate,   Queen
Charlotte City,   Lockeport,   Pa-
coti, Jedway,   Ikeda Bay,   Rose
Harbor  anti   return   via   Queen
Clmrlotte City every   Saturday,
1.00 p.m.
The  Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting witli trains from tlie 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 ollice hereunder mentioned.    Trans-Atlantic bookings by all
lines arranged.
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   ANI)   PASSENGER   AGENT
Canadian Pacific Railway
B.C. Coast Service
Famous  Princess  Line
s.s. Princess May
���sails for���
Vascwner, Viclsrii  aid   Seattle
Friday, June 2nd at 9 a.m.
J. G. McNab General Agent
  the recovery of Dr. J. B. Murphy,
was allowed thirty days in which j who is ill.    Blackhourne's leg has]
to pay, and promised  to earn lhe
money promptly and go up river.
WHEN WOMAN
IS LOVELIEST
Not the Blushing Budlet but
the Full Blown Rose
CHERRIES
The   First of the   Season
We received a
shipment today.
Price reasonable.
Two steamers today brought us
Fresh   Fruits   and    Vegetables.
NEW groceries-Your Goods are Good
-AT���
Ideal Provision House
Third Ave., near Sixth St.   Phone 190
..Whites Portland Cement..
G. C. EMMERSON
AGENT
Phone 125       Nsden Block       Strand Ave
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tFRED. STORK;
I ���General Hardware ���
lu-en relieved of the strain under
which  it was placed to prepare
for   the   operalion.
Fred Graydon, Tecumseh's greai
defence player, is assistant manager this year. Graydon turned
tlown a 11,500 oiler from Vancouver to stick with the Indians, and
is considered one of the ln-st
defence men iu the league. I le has
lieen with lhe Tecunisehs ever
since ihey joined the ���&. L. U. in
1906. Graydon is a Toronto hoy,
and played his first lacrosse with
the Junction Shamrocks.
Coast to Coast
OCEAN TO OCEAN
Tickets  To   All   Points
ROGERS' Steamship and
Railway Agency
Second Ave. Phone 116
Builders' Hardware
1 SECOND - AVENUE
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   Joe   Gons   went   very   quietly
Valves & Pipes     Oxford Stoves *  aliout preparing  the way  for his
Granitcware      Tinware        ���; famous right chop, just elevating
  ljliis   right   glove   gradually   while
���pairing until he felt it topped his
opponent's guard. Then, without
drawing his elbow hack the fraction
of an inch he would give a quick
turn of the wrist and a downward
chug of his tlexter glove, the ulster
being a clip on the chin which
jarred the recipient from truck to
keelson.
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for the G.T.P.
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HAZELTON
#        TUESDAY, MAY 30
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester
Agent
Articles have been signal for a
return match between Bill I.ang-
hca\ywcight champion of Australia, and Jack Lester, the American  fighter.    They will  meet  in
a twenty-round bout at the stadium in Sydney <>n die King's
Birthday,  June  ;i.    The  battle
will take place in the forenoon.
In their recent light I.esier was
disqualified in the sixth round.
GIRL PITCHER
IS A WONDER
Miss Coralie Peale Discovered
by "Charlie" Dooin
"Charlie" Dooin, of Philadelphia
will spring something new in major league circles should any of
his pitchers go back on him. The
little red topped manager has!
found a young woman pitcher,!
who, he declares, can hold her
own With any of lhc major league
pitching timber.
The young woman's name is
Coralie Peale. She has been play*
The eyes of the world arc di-' ing  hall   for  the  last  five  years
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AI.KHK.ll CARSS. C.  V. BENNETT, B.A.
of llrit a.la I -.alainalaan nf B.C.. Ontario. K����-
and Manitoba liars. katchewatn  and Al-
Imrta Bant.
CARSS A. BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Offl�������Kiclmnin. block, rornw Third avenue and
Slrth itreet. Prince Ruoett. 8
Office*:
11-12
Lajoie shoultl  go out for some
ncw  records  this year.    Some of WM. S. HALL, L. D. S., U. D.S,
ithe records now held by him are Dentist.   	
las  follows:    In   1908  he  accepted Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
1 All dental jperationp skilfully treated.   Gas and
988   chalices   at    SCCOllfl    base,    till' ' local arui��U��llef administered for the palnji
a traction of teeth.       Consultation free.      **
grealt'Sl   .'lumber  ever  aCCepted   by I Helirerson Block. Prince Ruuert.
a major league strontl sacker
in one season. In 1904 Larry
CFBCked OUI fifty two-base hits, a
highwater mark for doubles. In
1908 he made forty-three three-
baggers, a record in major league.
In    l!)0,j   Lajoie   had   a   fielding
average of ,991, which is ihe best
ever made by B major leaguer at
second base.
HANDASYDE   CB_  HURT
AUF.NTH   FOR   HTKKI.,    MACIIINKRY
...AND    CONTRArTORfl    SUrPl.lBS...
P. O. Box 436 - Office 3rd and Fulton
P. O. BOX 2.1
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
l'l I'll   (IK WM. KOXON,  I l.t. A.R.A.M.."LON., BNO.
"Newsy" Lalonde is not the only
lacrosse player to tlraw a princely
salary   from   lhc   beneficent   Con.
Jones <i( Vancouver, Fitzgerald, ol
Toronto's is to receive 11,860 for
eight g.inus, and as he is also to
receive travelling and other expenses it will cost the Vancouver j sixth street
magnAte about $225 for the Toronto boy's service! in each game.
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE   AOENCK
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
PRINCE RUPERT
ftCMerriainCo.
Rlteld, Mass.lPj
Basketball-Tigers   va.   Crescents  at   Auditorium  Tuesday,
May 30th.   Game called at 8.451
sharp.   Admission 26c.
1 Fruit   :   Produce   :
WHOLESALE
Feed
H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave.
������������on
_1______________2__t__^_____ THE    DAILY   NEWS
OUR SODA
.FOUNTAIN.
IS OPEN
FOR'11
DIRECT from DUBLIN
--C
Pure Ice '. r
I
iU 'the       (
Pirn's Real Irish
POPLIN
TIES
LIGHT PLANT
ALTERATIONS
Classified
Advertisements
ent columns
Street   System   of   Arc   Lights
Proposed
.    : r^M^^^^g'^ con,
mon ground.     To pur '
rate to   a r.  a
Here   is  oui
:u��i
��� cent a word per insertion.
��� ..   ,   ^ing Column for today.
Watch   it   gro
l  C.   H.  ORME
!Ti**t P-.'.-.etr Drill. It
PHONE   .-   ,-    ;    82
Some changes are to be made
at the electric light plant.    Twa,
firemen   will   be-   disj   nsed   with on s.s. Prinee Rupert, tomorro'
for the summer months and  the
.--.- r   at   the   plant
will ii   ���     : -. , ::. the tti  intime.
An a-   ..      street lighting system  DCADl C  U/AMT
is to <   rturLt n Ani
Tin.-;.. . kit would
be  i:.   :. -'.   ::'��� r sts    .���:   the
���i- ���.'.-���: .-*���������    ���'���������������    ������-      '-'������. ���'
system i iviod interrupti .   I rial ordered for a I
of the stri lighting in die fall,       supply so that it can 1
. . Fresh Flowers . .
..THE ARCTIC STUDIO.
Law-B Jtler Bi;M:r.^. T-. :: A   -
MORE LIGHT
From Pasre '.
ZT*** F��und    j Ex. S. S. TEUCER
��� ,.-,--. mM ***** farnlihe.1.   The
. '--.-. At����� near Fjiwn.    1 *���**
i* Wheels
Axel* snd Roller Bssrings
���LARGE STOCK���
 1 RUpert Marine Iron Works
For Rent 	
Notice
���   .--ISaOMl   irer.tlemen pre'erre.!
���*������ M .. -. ynttuimm* Theatre.
p coniltting of
carrying on
hav.
LADIES'
HAND BAGS
 �����-
W- h��T<      Mt   I
���hiptner:     f I
���
���  -
-
A..
II
. .
C. B. WARK
Jeweller
a-~~��
j HANDASYDE&HURT j
���������
| OmCE:   THIRD ��nd FILTON {
|   t O   Boi *_* fr.*.'.  Rap.rt   I
. HERE IS
Your Chance!
at *
-      ���
: !y to
JOHN DYBHAVN
The Insurance People
Tht Mick Rtallv ind Insurance Co.
STOKES'
ICE CREAM
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
'i r	
TRY IT
Krw' snd ( end  retail
Sam Gowen, Prop.     Phone 350
A      ��� ���        mt :an-.e;.es-
���  ��� . . They  are  the
it snd moat dressy
goois ir. the city.���Assorted colors ar.d style*.
MARBLE FOUND
NEAR HERE
l -.��� ,.r. hooatoa Ambrcae Ave.  partly
-.Iii.    Mp-r-titr*���
ll.a-lU
Bulkley B!��k
KS-lm
:-"   .-��� it-ban :*. 'acr. 11.50
Bat's Wir.g Bows, each        .75
Narrow Sttir.g Derbys, ea... 75
S . ���>��.-.. brightootaaiawon*
Ith An   -ear Fulton.
- ihad rxrrj limrleor t*r homekeepir.i.
. rtati V~y-erA** Ha;uie, 2tA Ave.. near
MayMmo
..^���.,^..-^,    -tmrnrnm*
Help Wanted ;
+ ~���
n Ir.sh ar. i that
rr.ear.s   they're   good.
-ee ��� ��� -.  smn ���*��� DISPLAY
Sloan & Co'y.
Sixth Street
Ct*.! I F-r-lilkt'l
Phone 297
���c
DOUGLAS WILL
NOT BE DODGED
Suspects  That  Hurried   Meetings are Held Without Him
fall,   and   not
December."
That Money By-law
'Wait until we -���
  th.it  money  by-law  is   g
Roy      Chrisman,    Prospector, T"-^'   "ut   t0'"   ""d     '
Discovered Big Field Morrissey significanti;
We have the qu- -
: dwelling in marble ga_ producer and ar,- ,igh, .. .
Jmost everybody has jn  front of  u.  now     .
lsi : rr. iy -   in be realised w .��� .
: "  -:'   -���   here'   �� '   Up - se Alderman Hild
'     '*   m-ble   quarries wMered#     -Uhat   d     ,
have been  discovered  on   Banks UJ t., ,,0   Mr  May . isk( ;
.   it a point only 6 h lh.. acent. ,,,, ... ,
���'it>' . f.r the Czar.    "D    j I  : S^^SSSS"*!^   '���-
Dunng a recent prospect! gl   ir ua .��� vow �� ^ gas producer! �� -;_^]i:J-T*-: !
Roy Chnsman :ou: I thi .. ,  voM r ...... move   b,^^��� ^����u*jJ5STK ��.SS
and brought samp!�� or  it  here. ,, ^ laid asMe for g f     ���    .;.
sample is a beauaful white     ^derman Smith .   dy suggest-
Mack streaked mar:,!., very rf ^ Aldern. .. H;    .
similar to the fan from   dte understan , th,     M -   The
irrara   quarries   in   Italy endtm wa. tha  plans     I
apparently  quite   is good      I      ..   ; .    .^^ , , ^   .   -;.... .
r sample is        luish gray in Wd ^ red ' ;.. ,.    -
���  : r very much like tl it      md :    .,.r  ^  x,,vl   : .
in Eastern Canada.  / kidermaa Hilditch *       -
Mr.  Onsman   sa^s then     -���   ��� r ...      Jherv is a .
about 320 acres of the g^ods, all
a-,��.      MJ.   Bo.er.S, ..        ,{'^.^'
...  ..,.-..*.  betw��n Seventh   ��- V;;,^"-;'; ."r..V ..'".j.; t :,..��.. .nd to cole
'���'         " ii'-'ll*--- , ���    ���
..   .y ... ,*..*_A:r,t.   Acplr M?. Kirbr A��.r - p^^r., 8 ���  ******, ***** %^t*'
.-, raier.t--i.-ce.Th.nl Ave.       1.���-1 ;,::.                                                      "���"'-'
_,.  .-. .���.:: I aad I room h(im�� with Ijith- ��J
IL Satnea U*ft^"
WRANGLED
ALL NIGHT
CONTINUED  FROM   PAQB   1
dealing wiih it!" said Alderman
Clayton.
"Capable or not capable it \-
for others to judge," went on
Alderman Newton solemnly. "]
am quite ready to pit, my judgment
aganist Alderman Clayton's any
day."
Wallowed in Darkness
He wem on to >u> that the
engineers' department had �� ated
thousands of dollars of thi i iv.- .
money already. He fulminated
about    the   electric   lighl   ;'
HERE'S HOW
:   utk ***i ehan-.ber work ��: Por. E��-
.   .-- - BouL   V.-tgttt'l'-titfl �� nonUl "".tr.
.-i  r>:rr..   Appljr  tin.  ***��_, 0******
am. ---
. ���   - �����,<. tewer for l��di�� c!otie��.   Vtn. M
-i.-dt.   WMter-haTer Block. Ith Streel
: .   : Ave. US-IB
._ Acci*
s-iid it was a disgrace to tlu- .
creating   nothing   but   a
while the citizens sent "wallowing
in  the darkness."    He burrowed
into McMordie's sewers.  II. emer-
HF nPINFS*��wl from tlie ab>'smrtl depths *>i
nc urint.iJ,culverts below tons of dump_
CONTOTOH) FROM PAGE 1 j He   dimbe(i   those   Jhif(_
is the man that should be sent to I light poles of his deploring i
ronati m  instead   of   Leek, j "disfiguring of the wholtr dtj b;
Lynch claims to  have fired   the the engineering department."   I'
-: number of shots and hejto the reservoir on Summit Hi
-.ims to have fired the first he toiled bewailing its incomplel
the battle of Kelly's Rock state  while  the  city  needs  th
ivi . ie
���
���   .
The shooting record of the water it might hold for fire
���-
.-.' -.-.eer. ro-:-.-r-.en to t��ke coer I
��__*���! B:.. ���. near F-iltoo. ��� ���-���"
m__X*_���Al  A-l  mm\m*m tor the   -     ���
Fr��tert��! Or-.en ia the world.   Cal   -���-.-���
__WmmBm-L   L F. Midletn. . v..i
Waattd-��a nod mtn W -.Ar, the Orler A Ow:��
CallrccT-.it. Expreej Hotel.   I.  r. V.
i
Fire .Insurance
.- .   d as i     -.-    es    It is,
claim-    asil;   quarried,
r:r nt with a       if I
isui   ��  .     g for 30     ��� ns.   It
i to get along-
ided.
TKEE-ta.hr i-    KM   :��.  r -���
G;otp*r.r of L.-.odce-  En��!��Ed.   wat
in   Engineer - : -     tK.if-.ve.>    see ..;.-r r��te��.
, , , .   '        . .       heal:-. ir^:.-i..-maceC:<r.s����r.
-.'. orth rep rr. tl is      ud
schem
Tiot be installed ':>r twelve I
rai
cat-.tt.
��� Mac.
Situations Wanted
at   this   battle   were   four; tection and household use.  Sewers,
ng men shot down in cold culverts, light plant, pole-line, water the crime of asking a ter  supply,  all,  all  were monu-
more for die necessities of Intents ol  the inefficiency of thc
this life for their families. engineering   department���yet  Al-
Lynch  is  the  HarrisonjGraylderman Clayton had said a layman
-   I Prince Rupert.    He owns could  not detect defects  in  the
a department store here and was work of the engineers.   Alderman
ii . .i good business before the Newton was there to show him.
strike but on account of his at- The engineering department W u
tude toward- labor the workers;an inefficient and expensive i
-.-ased to patronize him, so wjicn cern.
Smelt Belligerent
Like a departing thunder cloud
th feet   Now he is praying to pu^yinglndiedlstanceAldaman
Jesus that the workers wiU fo^pve Newton subsided, and Alderman
dastardly action* and c,avton rose with a sharp retort
- '
zainsi
a  chance  to  use a  ritle
them he was  there with
i  give  him  back  his   trade again.
siying   that  Alderman   New
Notice
���.AAf.f.m.   x.: -r:tmrr.
.r.ter-t-: ,*.: .cr. fail
la a ��� ���  ��� -���  - it��� ���
(  We will never forgive Bill Lynch rmarks a,)0Ut ..pUUng hu juilg.
who is th( t some of our mcnt.. againgt him wea< ,.,
U- lying in the cornus Jn th(, cound, chamberi u.,
A mee:ing will be held ir. the
Mr. i   -.* ffics    f the Empress Thwtre\"__*3S_TS_\SmmS*> - -al with bullet wounds.  Had td��� hc had idcas of his own allOUt
ding  meetings I   not
. me anything .:
'-. derman Douglas last night
i L. \V, Patmore, - ���'.- i basement,   next  t    Telegraph
set th. machi ": se) Wednesday evening. May
ir. moi      to put i        it       ���  Slat, at 6.30 sharp t discuss the
. >t what he wished we would
rket.
The samples ��� iew  in
' --. i office, S
nue. and Mr. K... .   ���
. ��� ���       ' '.r. Chrism
I            ready soi
buil I          the citv of using the
* marb!" : : l.'UiIding purp' - -
	
e to the s
mitt- e.   "They |
'   - ���   '
:.ing at .. with
thfrm.    Now  I  am her
M i-- Ba
formation of a branch of the
Musiciar.'s Mutual Protective
Union for Prince Rupert. All
musicians interested in this
movement are cordially invited
to attend.
J. S. GRAY
120-122 F. STEVENS I	
���:���:���- ������
A    m. i i ���**,_, i ** *   ********* **~m ���   ~i  i ���I    ������     "        "       "      f
Boarders Wanted       j  ;
. _.a -        f the Sloan Cl ���'���.ing Com-
who wert into our hall in
the result of the contest.    However, it was for a different
c council chamber.
Defends Department
Bon*mkmt-m���t t*A - ������ r fans ���-.--. racial
-��� -
A-e.. w.w��er ���:-. .*.: �����
; . g     . ;   BuU  >llul      The up rose Alderman Hildit
i eager to defend the City Engini ��� I -
Ave.
/
if they lock mr up
ere I
-
.'
with the
purehas \ : rman
I ���     Ik-
���'__..-   Sin-
longed to this
'. noverlool
litch   i-   t-     .   ���
show."
Three Months Extension
months' exti nsks
It-
City Rock Crusher
'     ' '������       rode a
. BaaS I   tto ����ak ��r aaaa .   Horae  put   the   shackle*   "ll   One   ol   ..ur'
Sft&K^J1 feliou  workers and said to him.ldepartmnit. evinang a desu
���y0lJ . .. . :   , B . we will fix ^U '}**>* a little humorour -
j you," and then marched him off " ��� Prdude to hi* rcm',rk- '
[ to the bull-pe-n. Tht-^ Ki^or am not going to attempt to answer
* bills lived off the working class!3"  that Alderman   Newt.
but on  the firt.t sign of  trouble M'd as l could not """P lr,uk ,!
thev   were   there   to   shoot   the "
Real Estate
NEW HOME FOR
CUSTOMS DEPT.
rhird Avenui       n tract can ;    - tl r $1725 in Vancouver
���   - .     ���-'.  ������   k���*������.:.���_ _< Olsen the city v     pr     '���'._.     ij it    If
council'on   account   of not  negoti dons  will   be  started
��� uised by keeping the way :'or rusher at
to the light plant.   No ex- -   -'     :   12232.    Res   I     f pro-
r.  was   granted  on  account -x. ::.mr.\.
���   Strike.     Thirty d - __________________________________
granted  to ��.   P.   McM rdie on
account of city delays, none on
ml if strike.   McMordii wan- bwiu4i ��� ���':���__* ___%* ���.
.... ,        ... Ta��. - -o      . -. 1   Pnat K^ki at far. Ee-
��� ain��l a halt m< nths   '-\- __r       -. . -   .-.-.
lar ptrtr..aici. o *.���_���*���_��. -..tat t-_t.*r,__ t*m_r*mt
.- A
A - A*- --: .: .r: Mneat n a real ettate ia*^
-a*   ��-.:  :..  --.-.   '���.'-  :mat eoouah   'to
"������"    ���--�����'-���- lhev   were   there   to   .
���:f'-^: workers down like a pack of mad I    He proceeded to explain tlu: i.
the City Engineer did not  '
For Sale
~+  dogs.
j      Now fellow w-.rkers. if we unite!thc council instructed him. well
/  ur
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
nder the banner of one Industrial I dieni as ^c is a
~* Union we will show these thugs c"unciI
|*on-1 how  to do some Useful work in
dety.    The  following  business
unfair   to   organized
aa Sth   .
���It
.-.t- -.������r'r*rr.*t .     ..������������    ���   ������������������������
' : ���  ��� :���      :
��i    . * .. A m*--* : *.k*. : _ .<,   ���: ..--
I   V.     * *:t :������ rd Ave., between fl_
,*_������:_ uMf      nouses  are
*t-t*mt__*m*m*m m *_**__*m*m*m*lm.mt* laf^r  in   Prince   RutK-rt:
���-  ..-  ��� ��� . ������   ������   \   : - i:      a:-. ��� ����� r
*_*t*mm*****mmm*t Bros, department store, Sloan Go-1man  Clayton   in   his  speech in
a��� thing Company. Martin O'Reilly
ser\ant ol die
will be dis-
pensed with.
Back to Rome
N'oi.i-   ,,f   your   stcrotyjHii   i
LynchI traductions   would do for Alder-
n:
Overworked Aldermen
1 Bui i.i({ht
Will Move into Piercy,  Morru [)Ul up   ;
Co..   Old    Warehouae    Thi.
h* m��rr.b*r�� 't \\-.t Ovtr-
: at th* Wwthotnw L-mb**r
Week.
���
-   In   frightfully
iffy   and   unl
ribly rked, and the *
.   ed   that  tl ���   M
ll     Kg!      '
now,   t
in   in..  I. ���. - ���'   '���**>*- I'��".nct. Iur.|. :. thenee m r____\ eait
���lUti.   tm    .)...   , tb.r.te '.'. eka.r.i ***** I* pot* A eommer.ceraer.t
.,,                              -    /* mot-utir.lr.a Hu \-rm mr.r. .r Imm.
ere    Will    :. . ..-.:",    ..���.-.-..      A,;.|.|AM A. Me-MVI-H
, Pub. .�����> 6.                         Fml W. Botler. Afest
w home this Fxtra w.f,., Stimlv
.,              .,                             ,.                 CXira water Supply . Uri rji��rl��-n^trlet ol Coa�� Rarte 5
MOITII    '                                I,   ,,.,���.], I   .,,   .    <l"-y-    mineral        1 �����'r.Mice th.t Lettie MeTavllh ol Var.eouver.
.��   tji in-tal   ���,   c ,_ occupation   rr..rneo   ��oman.   Icter.di   to
Over-Seas Club
Ktc.*...*r-��.u   rtirw ts4 tbout  f<��.* ������ ��� ������
tT._.*m 'ttrr. it* �� - '3 tbt skate* Ri����f.
������t��  ���    ihAi'j  *��������, ���������.-.��  *> ** .*   - "-
���hmTMt    H   ttkm'Jt   ��#*..    IMM   MMl     M    I'-.*-*.
to potr.t of MBMMMHt, eoct*.&tBff (A. mG*m
isu. frank hick=       .'. ::^?.:'__Z_"f,u"A " ���******"*'��� and Dr. Clayton.
' HARRY M BIRCH.
I'.i-lii i Aaat. Saa
���   ��� -Vrntntr. ',( Coait
al Wl an VleTe-j-. .'. Vt-eo'>
t*r. R   C   ccr.f.nv.r. '.:.uatiar.. tr.ter.^j to ��pp;>-
lor lerrr.j��lori to f._rtr.u* lb* I'.Uowirf  .met-*.
��� ���* at a p'��t plaatad at the tout*-,***
eorr.��t. M et..-.. r.'jrr. ,- : 40 ehatne eaat ol tba
���   -    ..*.  eorr.er ol Laot   IUS,  Hanre>'. 3uree>*.
a      ���   -..   .���
bank ol tbe EuhunKu
support  of  thc  City  Engii
department.     He  led  off  lik-   ��
modern Cicero.    He dipped into
Clothing Company. Nicola Gurd
jo\ich. contractor.  L'nion  Trans
fer,   Grand   View    Hotel.   Prince  that   historical   classic   "The   Df
SSTlS'SUfJ      J Rup�� Fish Market.  Dr.  Eggert dine   and   Fall   of   the   K
Empire."
"Gibbons tells us that tin -
Ri me  expired   when
All w.irkt-r> .ire requested to
cail at tht- union headquarters
for information before doing .my dosiusdied,"commenced Alderm
-hopping. Clayton.   Continuing he tin>k i-?��<
'   /" ;""'            the temporary water wpply for SSSbSriffl1*" "' ****-w*)* ******
Al                     .-���      McKinnon,     COn-    ;],,   .llmm,.r  ���>������,   M,,r���. ,,,,'-      ,. ' Commeaeln. at a port planted at the north-
summer irom morsi   CTCCK, ac* ,^, ,,,���,��� l(l0 chain, eut and 20 chaine north
��� IP-    fitting    the    Ulterior   ,,,r,|;,lt,   ,,,   ,1...  r,.,.,.r,   .i   ,1,..  I',,, from the rn.rrh.ait corr,.r ol Lot 1116, Harvey-.
...               ,            ��� T'lllig   IO   lilt   report  Ol   lilt   l-lt\ Surve), rout I>otriet.IUnn 5,tbence 80 chain.
up like modm, Engineci
will 	
ed by the contractors.   A Mrs. J. Knouse, of the Pan-
on  the building has been torium. |,.fl v,.���.r,|.lV ���n ., ..-.j,
'    -*  ���'>��� "������   '        ���- 'l'i",r'- to Chicago ...id other   ddes in
ment. ,���.r
south, thenc*  .0 chair.s nut, thenn SO chains    A    CllfKhprt
north, thenn *0 chaini wMt, thtnn 60 chains   "* VU"IUVI1
south, thtnn 40 chains *est to pott of commennment, eontaininf 400 acres mora or lat.
bated May 2, 1911. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
Pub. Miy 6. Fre-1 W. Bohler. Agent ,
NOTICE!
  The slave market is overstocked with Alderman Newton on sevo
*n2iSa82-&I^tet2rrt  h,r-   *��  *>^**t *****  ***��� workers pointa     "Alderman Newton talks
are coming  in  on   boat-  by   lhe of   pitting   himself   against   "'"'
hundreds.    There U no free fart- |   don't   know   the power *>i  m)
up the Skeena river.   Foley. Walsh colleague's  arm.   but  even  ii  he
and Steward have all the slaves had the aid of his trusty Ueutenani
ihey need.    Don't lie fooled  by Alderman  Douglas, it would l��
the employment sharks;   all they deter   me   from   supporting   the
want Is  your $4.00 and conimissifin defence of the department."
on your steamship ticket that you Solomic
buy  from   them.    Yours for  the
eight hour day.
DOYLIi. Member 322.
Police  Court Room
Tuesday, June 6th, 1911
At 9 p.m.
Buiineta:-To revise By-law. of the AMOclation
Secretary
Notice
Take nntice that John F. Mathel.on of the Cltjr
Stikine Land Di.trict-Diatriet ol Caaiar of Prince Rupert In the Province of Briti.h Col-
aiiii <ountry.
PRLPARING   FOR   ELECTION
Di��cus8 Scavenging
Considerable    time   wa-,    taken
nfrth ***n A the euitorr,.. warehotue at Stikine, ,
B.  C,  thenca  weet  SO claalna,  thence wutb  20
ehaina,  -'-rr.. east 20 chaini,  Ihence north 20 '
Rtifck     Ua.rl     a!     |U.     |ir:n.:���.,   ...     ��� ...    :i    l ���   i . .t.    I chain, 'o point ol commencement and eontalnine a
1    rrinting  up   in   COUndl   last   night   in   the  ��oKte^moreorle-
T.ke noUee that Chriiti.n A. Tervo of Slikine !,'nbi" h" "tired from the firm of Mathelson.   ..._,���-��� ������,,_ .   , .,��� mhi..,, . _,_
II C . occupation cu��tom. ofticar. Intendi to apply *����d ft Company, plumber, and .teamfitter. of   l>abKT YOUK LAIS I) PLRCHASE
lor permitfion to purchuir tha lollowina deecribaed **** ,ald City-
l.ml.: Dnted at Prince Bppert.  B.C. thU l.t day of
Commencina at a po*t planted about IS ehaina -s';' ��� ��� !"''
F.J  MATHE1SON.
H. WOOD.
NOTICES IN THE
NEWS
Bureau Starts
'. tJ.teri Feb. 13, lull.
Pub. Aprl 7,
( HRISTIAN A. TEKVO
discussion of the plans for si avenging tin iit\. either by days' labor
Canadian Pn    I >��� patch)       or contract.  Eventually the matter -*k?_<* *__v__.._^)*i[?_r_". *i**ic} ?l Co.*i! ���m��*
Otuwa, May 30.   Night shift was laid over for a day or two,
irdng .tt thc printing bureau  ������
thU evening win,  the object  of Bargain Scow! ,*Sll^^*^*^*^**^*T
��>���**-' *****    This!      .\  ,���.��  |���   ���������. w,^ offered ^^tM^^WTOSmk
T.ke notice th.t Orew McTaviah, ot V.ncouver.
II. t ., <-*rur��allon m.rrieai woman, Intend, to .pply
or perm Mon to purchue tba lollowini dmcrifa^d
ll-. mv ��
'A ���
Pioneer
the.ee KO ch.ln. north, ihence 10 ch.ln.
ihence W) ch.iran .outh io |.,.i ol commencement
want.loir.a 320 .era* mor. or lew.
'.."i"1..*1*',,2'19"- ORACK MeTAVlSH
Pub. May ��. Fred W. Ilohler, Ai.nl
accepted as evidence oi an election ,h,. ,,,llIu.it ,a., ni ,, h   Captain
rationls* a whit* early m the i.,ii ,   .       , . ,:
rtt ""��� ' ates who ia going t., Vancouver,
i       j       m        ..r,       v **. . "'"  ~"'w  Nvllil11  '�� suitable for
Laundry. Phone 118   _^S3^^*SL   ���   SS ^ te �� ^'^ h -BWttftiV - Sss -r ���
, ,, man isconung aoon   offered al  I9&0 which   Mderman    T"   ".'."���,h*' ���****������*<**��� Mcimo.h ot f.���
O   A   e   o   n '       y""   ""'I"-   ������!   any   time   lhal   Sniitl.   mmum  :       i      .,,',���
S.O.E.B.b. ,^i  M. nUing up ,h,  ��Z.T U^LTJl "S "
''"1".   -i.-i   him   around   m
I where thai line OOfftC will
0=
^H^Bc^aLa'u The "Frisco Standard"
Cut reprawnn three,
cylinder type "Frltcn
Standard" (i..'.|ine
F.nalae. .ilea 1* hp. to
125 hp.        !       :       ;
Quick delivery .if all
���lie. from 4 hp. rlnale
cylinder upwanla.
couver,   II    <      .a<-rii|���t|nn   real   eatate   broker
Intend, to ���t>t,l>   ti,, (...rmlmton to purehu. the
Is nearly
of
new.
I!
Th��   l'rin.��   It ;���
Knaiaoi  ;"-'"���' -���: .,                      u'lsii'""" ,    miv   ���""*""*     ".examination   of   it   this mon,int, ch��"" *>*���***��� *<"''"" *���> <*i~*i<>' ���"**��� -
awhmonth,nth.e.rl..v.r.||,     ,                          Rdlly ��� Where that An* OOlfee Will     1������      -.   .      ,       ��� m'ri"nK chain, nonh. thenc. to chalna ea^t to
t    V   CLABS      ���                                        ...                                                      "'"    JnOWS  ll   to  t,e  m   soilt���| Condition eommancement contalnina ��20 acrea more
P.O. Bo. tit. Princ. Ripert.sttaily his nurvca,.                                    litwllll...      u        ,    "" '  """l,"n Datad April 17, l'Jll.
Hiwiii be purchased. Alexander Mcintosh
I Pub. May 6
AOENT9-
ir.it at a |,.,.i planted 40 chain, muth
Irom lhe aouthweat crner of Lot BBS, tha^iee 80 |-�� a   m -    "
���Sa?!   HuPert Marine Ironworks & Supply Co
  '       J, O^'I'hone: Blue M P.O. Bo, 615 ta.wJL.,,,
II   will tquirrep repair .hop
o==
Work, on Wharf: Phone.tn
arrtaaoaiaa rAnRm,
"Wobbling over from one dde
I to thc other" was thc accus.iti"ii
I hurled at Alderman Clayton by
.Mderman Newton. "He has been
talking all along about cu' -
down expenses and here he hs*
turned right round.
The Mayor wilctl up lien- and
called for peace.
Alderman Douglas took n whack
al the bad management of th��
<ity ;md siid J. A. McMaster had
been replaced by "another lady.
Alderman Morrissey made hiffl-
>elf clear that he would not SUP*
|wirt any retrec-hment proposition
thai    would   interfere   with   ,lu'
|efficiency of the department.
A   small   audience  grcally  ",-
joyed the discussion breaking i"1"
gu��t�� of laughter frequently. During on,, of Alderman Ncwi""-
long speeches the Mayor left ll'��
room f,,r several minutes.
==Q     Pantorium Pioneer Cloanere, j'Phono 4

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