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Array THE  WEATHER
Twenty-four hour3 ending 6   a. m,,
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VOL. II. NO. 131
Prince Rupert, B.C., Monday, June 12. 1911.
Price Five Cents
CALLED FOR Ii
CAPT. SMITH FOUND DEAD
IN ROOM AT KNOX HOTEL
Was Well Known as Jailer at the Provincial Prison���Medical Examination Shows Death Was Due to Heart Failure���Has Son
in Melbourne, Australia, Whom He Intended Visiting
Captain Smith of the City Police
Department was found dead in
lull this morning in his room at
the New Knox Hotel. He died of
hc.iri failure. Dr. Reddie examined
the body today, and with his
certificate to this effect there will
Ik- no need to hold an inquest.
Government Agent McMullin went
over t<> the hotel this morning
while Chief Vickers was there
Captain Smith who acted as
jailer al the Provincial Prison used
by the city was apparently in
good health up to last night. He
\v.i> a man well over fifty years of
age, and had had a varied experience all over tlie world as a
seafaring man in charge of large
sailing vessels and steamships.
Born in England, the Captain
had a more intimate connection
with Australia than with the old
country. His nearest known relative is a son who is believed to be
engaged in the hardware business
iirMeftVaurne, Australia.
Only tlie other day while looking
over some newspapers which he
had received by last mail from his
son, Captain Smith mentioned
that hc intended to return to
Australia before long, if some investments of his in this city
turned out profitable. While he
was quite well known to a number
of the citizens the Captain had
never talked much about his personal affairs to anyone, and his
circle of friends is widely scattered'
many of them Ining men in
command of ships Bailing the seven
seas.
Captain Smith was a member of
the Masonic order and though
he was not connected in any active
way with the Prince Rupert Masonic Lodge, Mr. J. Christiansen,
and Mr. M. M. Stephens are
making arrangements for a funeral
with Masonic rites. Messrs. Hay-
ner Bros, are in charge of the
other funeral arrangements, and
deceased's personal affairs will be
looked after by Chief Vickers.
News of thc Captain's sudden
death came as a shock to many
who had seen him in apparent
good health over the week end.
TWO POPULAR
MEN WILL RACE
Fire Chief Mclnnis and Jack
Beatty are Rivals for a 220
Flat   Race.
Excitement is aroused in athletic
drclea in the city today by the
whistKT that Fire Chief Mclnnis
Ins offered to give Jack Beatty a
U11 yard handicap in 220 yards
and beat him.
Both men have won laurels in
Flat Racing. Jack Beatty is fresh
fr��ni his victory on Empire Day,
ami I'ire Chief Mclnnis was among
tlie fleetest men in the fastest
BMe reel team in Winnipeg.
Similar in build and weight, the
men would make a splendid pair
"I rivals in a Flat Race, and the
rumor that Jack Beatty is ready
t" reverse the offered handicap
in favor of Mr. Mclnnis and run
the race on Dominion Day is
readily believed.
s" far no formal challenge has
been issued by either man, but
admirers of both arc expecting
them to make the test of their
prowess as sprinters by actual
contest.
ELECTION DAY IN MEXICO
Successor to Porifiro Diaz to be
Chosen   in  October
Mexico City, June 12.���By an
official decree issued yesterday by
Provisional President De La Barra,
a special presidential election was
called. Electors will bc chosen
October 1, and thsee will elect
the successor to Porfirio Diaz,
Sunday, October 15.
Governors are instructed to define and publicly announce, prior
to June 30, electoral districts
in their states and territories,
using thc census of 1910.
Mrs. Humble will not receive
on Wednesday of this week nor
again this season.
LOOK FOR BIG PROGRESS
IN G. T. P. CONSTRUCTION
There are Lots of Men Available, and an Attack Will
be Made on the Mountain Section From Both
Ends This Summer���Mr. Schrieber
Coming to Prince Rupert
Special to the Daily News)
Ottawa, June 12.���It is announced that great progress may be
'""l��<l for in the construction of
,l" '���- T. P. main line through the
mountains this summer. There is
**** abundance of men available
W labor on the Alberta side of
ll��' mountains and prospects are
I""* for a large supply on thc
'ii'il'u  side.
Attack From Both Sides
11 is expected that before op-
"aaons are held lip by the arrival
��� Wnter the line will be driven
'" """ the mountains from both
Macs, and the ends Will be brought
1" aosely together that die foi-
"Wing summer the gap can be
���Panned, thus completing the wes-
*<*i' through line from Winnipeg
"' Wnce Ruprrt.
Mr. Schrieber Coming
��� '''��� C��WngW00d Schreiber will
*���*�� Ottawa for Prlnoe Rupert on
^""' lo to Inspect the work done
p. .,:'r' Afl,:r going over the
.,'","" ""1 he wi" g�� to Edmonton
' '" -�� "ver the eastern md as
AN EXCURSION
TO STEWART
S.S. Prince George Inaugurates
Reduced Rate for the Sunday
to Monday Trip.
Cheap excursion rates arc now
available to Stewart by the G. T. P.
steamer Prince George. For $9
instead of $13 as formerly the
Sunday morning to Monday morning excursion up the Portland
Canal can be enjoyed. This service
has been inaugurated to benefit
business men and Prince Rupert
]H'ople who wish to see Stewart the
district during the summer at
small cost yet in the most enjoyable
way possible, from thc promenade
decks of the palatial Prince George
Thc schedule allows of course for
a stay in Stewart long enough
for business or merely inspection of
the city.
J. F. Ritchie Returns
J. Fred Ritchie returned from
Stewart by the Camosun yesterday Mr. Ritchie has spent
some time at Stewart since his
return from the south as he has
considerable interest in mining
and other property there.
BUSY STEWART
IS THRIVING
far as operations have l>cen carried
on. Good progress is being made
with the National Transcontinental in the east. Some portions of
the line east of Winnipeg arc ready
for freight. That portion from
Winnipeg to Superior Junction has
been operated all winter.
Get Quebec Line
The National Transcontinental
Commission arc about >o hand
over lo the Grand Trunk Pacific
for operation a 320-milc stretch
from Quebec bridge to Mont Au-
chene. This stretch will have a
heavy lumber, pUlpWOOd and pulp
traffic to handle from St. Maurice.
Negotiations are going on for the
transfer of the section between
Moncton and Plaster Rock to the
Grand Trunk Pacific for operation
but it looks as if this would not be
done until next autumn. Good
progress has been made with construction all the way between
Levis and Moncton, but there arc
a couple of big bridges to bc put
in which will hold back the transfer
of thc Maritime section for some
little time.
Week End Spent There by J. H.
Rogers Gives Him Impression
of Brisk Progress and Prosperity.
On his return from Stewart
yesterday by the S.S. Camosun,
J. H. Rogers mentions that there
arc excellent signs of brisk progress tip there just now. Very
rapid strides are being made with
the street grading. Of course thc
problem there is far less formidable
than that of Prince Rupert's rock
work.
Rapid progress is also being
made on the railway to Bitter
Creek. It is expected that thc
line will be at Bitter Creek in
about nine or ten days now, and
trains will be running to and
from there this summer.
Apparently business is also pretty brisk in Stewart. Mr. Rogers
spent only  the  week  end   there,
but accounts of the merchants
whom he met were rosy, and the
indications were all f in favor of
good business.
C.P.R. MAY TAKE
A WHARF OVER
Rumor That Foley Welch &
Stewart Dock Will Come into
Their Hands.
There are active rumors going
round the waterfront, and in shipping circles that the Foley, Welch
& Stewart wharf is to be taken
over in September by the ('. P. R.
who will rcpile and replank portions of it, and use it as their
permanent home on the waterfront. At present they have reciprocal relations with thc G. T. P.,
who use the C. P. R. wharf at
Vancouver.
Asked if hc had received any
intimation of the proposed change,
Mr. J. G. McNab, the local agent
of thc C. P. R., said hc had heard
nothing about it, and was inclined
to think it was merely a rumor.
DESPATCH FROM GEO. LEEK
Describes the Review on the
Plains of Abraham���Glad to
Leave Quebec.
(Special to thc Daily News)
Quebec, June 2nd.
Tomorrow wc leave Quebec for
the trip across the ocean, and I
for one will bc glad. We have
had a lot of hard work here in
camp, and the food has been
nothing to boast of. A few of the
men went home, and a few more
were sent home as inefficients,
but the remainder are as fine a
body of men as will lie seen in
the whole Coronation procession.
The troops included both mounted and dismounted divisions, made
a fine showing and large crowds
of people assembled to witness
the parade through the streets
and the review on tlie Plains.
The troops arrived from the camp
at St. Joseph 'de Levis in the
morning and assembled on the
Terrace, whence they marched
out to the Plains. There they
were minutely Inspected by Lieut.-
Col. F. L. Lessard, C. B., A. D. C,
Adjutant General, Lieut. Col. H
McLean, commander of the contingent, and other officers. There
was a large gathering of leadi.-ig
citizens on the Plains to witness
the review. Among those present
were Lieu tenant -Governor and Lady Langeller. The contingent was
put through a number of evolutions
including the march past, all of
which were performed in good
style.
I am writing this late at night.
In a few hours wc will bc marching
down to the ferry at St. Joseph,
to embark on the Empress for
England. By tho time you receive
this, we will probably have arrived
there.
Yours truly,
GEORGE LEEK
(News of the safe arrival of the
Canadian contingent was cabled
to the Daily News, and appeared
in Saturday's edition.���Ed.)
Coal for Govt. Boats
Thc S.S. Cetriana came in yesterday with 120 tons of steam
coal for Messrs. Rogers & Black
to bc stores here for the supply
of the Government vessels which
cail here. The Cetriana went on
to the Naas River, and thence
returned south.
Princess Royal In
Looking very spick and span
the C. P. R. "Princess Royal"
came steaming up the harbor
at 2 o'clock this afternoon, for
her first northern trip of thc
season. She made good time on
her northern run, and got in
several hours vcfore she was expected.
MESSAGE FROM THE DEAD
SENT BY HOMER WOOD
Man Who Shot at Alex. Mathieson at the Fish Plant on Saturday
Had Previously Written Letter Announcing His Intention to
Kill Mathieson and Then Commit Suicide
Homer Wood who attempted to
take his own life after firing
several shots at Alex Mathieson
at thc Cold Storage Plant on
Saturday afternoon, is recovering
from his wound at the General
Hospital. He was suffering severely from shock though Dr. Tremayne did not anticipate any
immediate risk to his life when he
landed at thc wharf and was
conveyed to the hospital   .
Under Supervision
Wood is of course under supervision while an inmate of the
hospital, and as soon as he is
sufficiently recovered he will be
charged with attempted murder
and   suicide.     Undoubtedly   the
trouble arose over a woman, and
there is very clear evidence that
the act was premeditated. Wood
was intensely jealous of his wife
who resides in San Francisco.
That this jealousy was the cause
of his reckless attempt is proved
by the wording of a letter found
about him, which he had intended
to post.
Message from the Dead"
The letter is hastily scrawled
on paper headed with Homer
Wood's business bill head. It is
addressed to Mrs. Homer Wood,
139 Twelfth Ave., near Lake St.,
San Francisco, and runs as flolows:
"Eileen,���This is a message from
the dead, for I am just going to
kill Alex Mathieson, and then
myself. Let this be a lesson to
you. Give the baby to the old
man.    That is best.
"Homer."
Wood purchased tlie revolver
used with ammunition, from the
Prince Rupert Hardware Co., on
Friday night saying that he wanted
to scare intruders away from his
premises. He appeared quite reasonable and responsible then, but
is said to have been under die
Influence of drink when the shots
were fired.
Evidence that the men had been
on unfriendly relations for some
little time will be produced.
MAYOR HAS LEFT
FOR VICTORIA
Signature of Minister of Lands
Required Before Assessment
Agreement Can be Submitted
to People.
This morning the Mayor left
by the Prince George for Victoria
to obtain tlie signature of the
Minister of Lands to thc assessment agreement.
"A few other minor matters
may occupy me down below," remarked the Mayor this morning,'
"but thc principal object of my
going to Victoria is to have the
agreement signed on behalf of the
Government. With the signature
of the Minister of hinds the document is ready to be passed upon
by the people of Prince Rupert,
and for its formal ratification in
the event of its being approved
by the people, in the House at
Victoria."
His business in Victoria will not
take more than a day or two,
thinks the Mayor, and be mentioned that he would lie kick by
Saturday unless something un-
forMcn incurred to detain him.
Alderman Smith will Ik- Acting
Mayor during Mr. Manson's absence.
MINERS' STRIKE
HARD TO SETTLE
Board of Investigation Held an
Unsuccessful   Meeting   on
Saturday.
LACROSSE GAMES
Montreal Beat Shamrocks and
Toronto   Beat   Cornwalls
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Cornwall, Ont., June 12.���The
Cornwall I-acrossc team got away
to a bad start on Saturday being
defeated by the Torontos to the
tune of eight goals to nil.
Montreal���In the Montreal and
Shamrocks Lacrosse game, nine to
two was notched in favor of the
Montreal team.
REVISION COURT
AND G.T.P. LANDS
Loopholes Left in Case the Rate
Payers do not Approve the
Assessment Agreement.
PAINT MERGER ANNOUNCED
Montreal, June 12.���A big paint
merger to include in the Canadian
business of the Sherwin-Williams
Company, thc Canada Paint Company and a number of other
concerns is announced. The capital will bc $4,000,000 common and
$3,000,000 p eferrcd. It may be
offered al 05 and 20 per cent of
the common -.lock issue.
No reduction in assessment have
been granted on any of the Grand
Trunk Development Company's
lots by tlie Court of Revision.
The appeals against the assessment of those parcels of land
which the ciiy is acquiring have
been laid over so that in the event
of the rati< payers not approving
the agreement these parcels of
land will still remain assessable
against the Development Company
Thc appeals against the Railway Company's lands were also
allowed to stand over so that
in the event of the agreement not
being ratified the company will
still have the right to appeal
against the valuation placet! upon
the railway lands.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Coleman, June 12.���The Board
of Investigation appointed to Steele
the min ers' strike were unable to
bring thc parties to terms on
Saturday after an all day session.
Yesterday the miners held a big
mass meeting nt which Vice President Hayes of the International
Union was present and assured
them that the International Would
support them in their fight.
Sunday Game
Portland 7, Vancouver 0.
Tacoma won two games, Portland one.
Met with Accident
Mrs. G, Burrows, of Hays Cove
Circle, broke a rib on Saturday
by a fall. Dr. Tremayne is
attending her.
TWO ROADS ARE RACING
FOR TETE JAUNE CACHE
G. T. P. Has Slight Lead Over the C. N. R.���Steel is
Laid to Within Sixty-Five Miles of the
Yellowhead Pass���Roads Parallel Each Other
"Steel is at present laid to 05
Alberta, which means 05 miles
from the Yellowhead, while grad
big is being actively pushed throughout and will lie completed to
tlie Cache in August. And it will
not be surprising if steel reaches
the Cache by November." This
is the report of John Macdonnell
who recently visited the construction camps of thc G. T. P.
and thc C. N. R. in the mountains,
Thc two raads arc today running
a race for tlie coveted honor of
being the first to reach Tete Jaune
Cache,
The Canadian Northern parallels
almost   entirely   tbe   line   of   the
G. T. P. west from Edmonton, up
to thc Yellowhead Pass and down I
to the Cache.   One advantage the!
Canadian  Northern has over  the
transcontinental in point of economy is that they are utilizing the,
abandoned camps and wagon roa.lsE^RESS THEATRE. Second Ave.-
,    , ,  .,.      ,       ., , Pictures and Music, 7.30 p.m.
of  the (.rand   Irunk railway  for  MAJE8TiC  THEATRE,  Third   Ave;
base of operations in the Immediate     Pictures and songs, 7.30 p.m.
rear of active work conducted by PHENIX THEATRE  Second Aveuue
,   .       .    , , , Pictures and music, 7.30 p.m.
their   rival   company.     In   other1
company, and if the Canadian
Northern is not at the Cache as
soon as the (irand Trunk, they will
be there shortly after.
After the Cache is reached both
roads will ruminate in opposite
directions���one down thc Thompson and the Other down the
Fraser river to Fort (ieorge and
on to its Pacific terminus at Prince
Kupert.
End of Season Sale
For three day? wc will 'offer
what is left of our Spring Millinery
gixxls al ridiculously small prices
to clear. Wc aim to have all ncw
goods for each season. For prices
see our window.���Hamlin & Co.,
.Exchange Block.
Where
to Go    \
.AUDITORIUM, Sixth Avenue;  Roller
words they  arc dogging  the big|   Skating, 8 p.m. THE    DAILY   NEWS
The Daily News
Formerly The _��rince Rupert Optimist
Published by the Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
DAILY  AND WEEKLY
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$2.50 per year, strictly in advance.
TRANSIENT DISPLAY ADVERTISING-50 cents per inch. Contract rates
on application.
HEAD OFFICE
Daily News Building, Third Ave., Prince Rupert, B. C.   Telephone 98.
BRANCH OFFICES AND AGENCIES
NEW YORK���National Newspaper Bureau, 219 East 23rd St., New York City.
Seattle -Pugst Sound News Co.
London, England-The Clougher Syndicate, Grand Trunk Building, Trafalgar
Square.
"The newspaper, with the law, should assume the accused innocent
until proven guilty; should be the friend, not the enemy of the
general puhlic; the defender, not the invader of private life and
the assailant of personal character. It should be, as it were, a
keeper of the public conscience." ���Henry Watterson.
BUILDINGS TOTAL
$13,500 VALUE
Permits for the Past Week Detailed Residences, Repairs,
Additions.
Daily Edition.
Monday, June 12
ONE BENEFIT OF THE AGREEMENT
There is one real benefit which the assessment agreement will
bring, and that is to the lot owners in the far easterly (Hirtion of the
city. As a result of tiie city accepting the two hundred feet of water-
frontage ai Fairview, the lands in tlie .section of the city will be enormously increased in value.
The reason for this is that the section is at present cut off frnm
the remainder of the townsite by the stream which flows down .Morse
Creek. "It is on an island," is the description of the property that
one alderman innocently and truthfully enough gave to the News.
At present it i> not possible to reach tlu- property on foot. To
use the Fairview water-frontage at all it will be necessary for the
city to construct "ii high level bridge, across Morse Creek to Section
Two. This bridge will cost thousands of dollars. But it will improve
the properties in Section Two by wry many thousands of dollars.
\\"lio are the owners of the lots in Section Two?
Three quarters of them are owned by the Grand Trunk, and one
<,uarur by tlie Provincial Government.
Following are the building permits issued for the week ending
June 10th by Building Inspector
Mclnnis. The value represented
is $13,600;
N. Demers, alterations and addition on l.ot 10, Block 22, Sec. 1,
Third avenue, cost $000.
John Voung, alterations and addition Lot 33, Block 34, Sect, 1,
Third avenue, cost W00.
Patrick J. Gibbons, residence
Lot 31. Block 7, Sect. 0, Fifth
avenue, cost 11,250.
W. H. Montgomery, residence
Lot 25, Block 14, Sect. 5, Borden
street, cost .$300.
A. Smith, store on Third avenue,
cost $1,000.
S. M. Johnson, repairs Lot 14,
Block   1,  Sect.   7,   Alfred   street,
COSt     M0.
For row boats and launches
telephone 320 green. Davis'
Boat House.
KILLED BEAR
UP THE SKEENA
Popular Old-timer   Billy Wall
Had  a Scrap with  a Cross-
grained   Cinnamon   in   the
Bush   and   Came   out   Conqueror.
r
FREE
EMPLOYMENT
office   :    :
LAND PUKCHASE NOTICE
LAND  PURCHASE NOTICE
Burdened with the trophy of
the chase the pelt of a huge
cinnamon bear, VV. H. Wall returned tlie other day to Prince R.UJK rt.
His many friends among tlu old-
timers here made him welcome,
and heard with interest the story
of his bear hunt up tlie Skeena
which resulted in tlie slaying ot
one large cinnamon bear. Modestly "Billy" does not enlarge on
his scrap with Bruin, but rumor
hath it that the furry one had
serious objections to the intrusion of the hunter, and after
dancing round in a furious rage
just missed getting in .1 clip on
"Billy's" ear which would have
meant all day for Bill.
For all kinds of help, cooks,
waiters, dishwashers, hotel porters, all kinds of laborers or me-
.���hanics, call up
PhorteNo. 178
or call at the
Grand Hotel Free Employment Office
Headquarters for cooks & waiters
ippiy
: d.��crlb��l lands. 	
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| aouthweat ownm ��0 ���' ���'��� ; ��" "com   D
chaiM,  thence wart   **> chain". if ���u
chain*,  thencu .-*.:  ���
ust at ill*-.
. corner
Diatrict,
' tInitio) north 40
.a, mail-.  t***m wuih  '���*>
IjhiS'to point ..1 ~x .o.,....,!. contalnina 1.0
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iters   j
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ANNIE WUS8ALLBM
ROGERS & BLACK
-WHOLESALE   DEALERS  1N-
Building Material,   Cement,   Lime,
Hair-fibre Planter, Coke, Blackomith
Coal,  Common Brick,
Pressed Brick
Shingle., Lath, New Wellington Coal
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED
See Us fer Prices.
Phone No. 116
Owing to the scarcity of beef,
local butchers say the retail price
has gone up from two to five cents
per pound.
STRIKE RIOTS
AT CLEVELAND
QUEEN'S LEAVES
THE OLD KIRK
WANTS ITS ASSESSMENTS INCREASED
One Man Shot Dead and Six Famous Kingston University
Others Injured in a Fierce Sever8 Connection with the
Labor Riot. Presbyterian Church.
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST
Phone No. 200 P. 0. Box 550
PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
++++.Ht++t��*> ���+��+''"��++++++j
ll w. j. McCutcheon
I   Carries complete stock of Druga.   Special
J'     attention paid to filling prescriptions.
t Theatre Block phone no. 79 Second Ave.
+*****+***+*****+******+****
-Diatrict ol Cassiar
Ihon aaa   McMit'kin   ol
.nation dork, intend to
puretaM  li"-'  lollowini!
acros moro or !***���
Dated May ��. WH-
I'ub. Mu II.
Skoena Land Dkt-ri-M
Tako   notice   nut   i.
Princo Uupert. B, 1 -. **
apply lor permun
dmcribed lapili: ���ianuil about two miles
Commencing: at a , -/��     ? .'.j Klat rivers,
south ol thu loru aa. turn . chans,
thenc. south w    .a.-- ������      ��       s McMLLKIN
Putu^ U. ' rSti S. Preaton. At��i
Sk��ma Und District -DUtrict ol Cassiar
Tak.T.Sum th.   . 1 tort" I- Birow ol *****
arb10   "mu a'aa.a    ptOOpOOtW. intend to apply
to, permiion L \Zmmm the follow,,,, described
lands:
Commencina; a*. ���. a
aaoulli and one iiuia- -k
und  Klat rivers, then
east SO chains, Ui
,-u chains.
Dated April JO, lull
I'ub. May 11.
���t planted ubout six mill
���I ol tho lorks ol tbe White
���,- south BU cliains, thence
....-th SO chalna, thonco west
t IIAKLES DBLQBOVI
Krancla B. I'rwlun. Agont
:,. aaiiia.al lands:
Commoncinii ut a poat pluntod ut tho nonk
woat corner ol Lot 1735, ilani[o 5, Coaat UiitriJi
thenco oust 40 chains, thunco north 25 ___i_\
thunce wuat III chuin' thenco north ���>��� ____'.
llience West 10 clmina, thencu south 15 ohflKato
jaaimi ol comniunoument, cui.taituni; 11^
moro or leas.
Dutod April 4, 1911.
I'ub. April 16.
aires
CLARA MAY LITTLS
As a pleasing contrast to the experience thai Prince Rupert is
having with the Grand Trunk Pacific over tht- assessment comes
the dispute which die North Western and Omaha, and thc Union
Pacific arc having with the ciiy of I ��maha aver their assessments.   In
these cases the railways are fighting to havi iheir assessments increased.
Tlie Union Pacific has turned in a schedule showing that the]
real value o( their property within the city limits exceeds $16,000,000,.
whereas their assessed value is only a third of that sum.
Tin Nurth Western roads haw- put in a schedule which also
makes the .;��^-a r^ valuation blush for shame. ' lt is nothing more
than the real valuation of our railroad property," declared Benjamin
T. White, the general attorney for the road.
"Years ago the r.iilr. .ads of this slate valued their property on
an equivalent basis with what the owners of property near them were
placing their valuations. Today we disregard the valuations of fanners
and other property owners along our right-of-way and pay taxes on
what it is worth to us."
"It lias certainly come to a pretty juis- whin a railroad i~ not
permitted to jay taxes on an assessment of more than one-third of
what it. itself, returns," comments the local pr. ss.
Of course, no one questions but thai the railroads of Omaha,
have a method in their madness, and do not expect in the end to be
thc loser by paying taxes on the rial value of their property.
But the incident is a refreshment to us. It also shows the remarkable manner in which railroads can alter their pleas to suit their interests. Prior to H'(i7 when the terminal tax law went into force in
Nebraska, the railroads wen as little loth as the G.T. P. to pay
even a very low assessment without a .struggle to get it still further
reduced.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Cleveland, June 12.���One hundred policemen were summoned
today to the scenes of a riot
between the striking garment workers and sympathizers, and the
non-union workers. The police
charged the rioters. One man was
shot dead and at least six seriously
injured.
YANKEES WIN AT POLO
Carry Off International Championship in Two Straight Victories.
(Canadian Pn.-> Despatch)
New York. June 10.���The second
polo game for thc International
Cup was won by the American
team which defeated the team of
Briti-ia officers in the second game
by a score of 4 1-2 to 3 1-2 goals.
The Americans won the first game
and low retain possession of the
cup.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, June 12.���Queens University  has decided   to  separate
from   the   Presbyterian   Church-
After ;i  discussion  which  lasted
all d.ty. the Presbyterian Genera]
Assembly i". session here has ; p-
I proved   the   recommendation   of
the Boartl trustees to uu.t effect.
| The  vole  stood   132  to  79,  but
i later it was made unanimous.
CORONATION REHERASAL
Full Dress Rehearsal Held Today in the Church of St.
Peter.
. Rochester *\
l;r   ��� Monroe
v  Ladysmith
k     ' ���>* Coal
\-s   Phone iis
London, June 12.���A full rehearsal of the Coronation ceremony was In 1<I in the Church of
St. Peter at Westminster Abbey
t!ii> morning. Many of the principals were coached in the roles
they have to perform on the 22nd.
The religious services and choral
work was gone through.
FOR SALE
Lots 5 antl 0, Block 28,
Section 1.
$3000, 25 per cent. ca*li.
balance 1. 2, 3 years,
7 per cent.
GEO. W. MORROW
1076 Nelson St., Vancouver, B.C.
JAP KILLING
CASE ADJOURNED
Constable Forsyth Still in Hospital after Being Thrown 18
Feet by Accused.
The case of the Jap Isshi under
investigation at present hai been
adjourned   until   thi    16th   Inst.
The evidence of Constable Forsyth
i- required. The constable who
was taking thc Jap to Rupert
shortly aft. r the killing, was pushed by the prisoner over the side
of the wharf into a scow below,
a distance of 1* feet. Forsyth i--
-till in the hospital at Port Essington.
CARRIE NATION
IS DEAD AGAIN
Expires This Time at Leaven-
Worth, Kansas, from Paralysis, after a Long Illness.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Leavenworth, Kan.. June 10.���
Mrs. Carrie  Nation, the famous
Kansas saloon smasher and tern-
pernace  advocate,   died   at  her
home lure last evening. Ailing
for a long time, her end cam.
peacefully. The cause of her
death i- said to be paralysis.
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st��.n�� Unal DUtrict -DllUto} ut Uuut lUnjii 6
f��k* ail��i�� tlmt 1. J- llTul.1 McK����n of I'rince
apjlij   tor perm -lut!  M  imrclmw  the lolluwlos
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Dated Apr 1 11. ISU.       J- HAROLD Mch-LAN
Skoena Und DUtrict���Dutrict ol Caular
Take   r.utiw   thai   1.   Thomai   Macguvern   ol
<te��ar:, li. Oh occupatiun nimer.lulend to apply
lor pemiuwon to purchaai the lulluwing deicrllml
Cummencing at a putt planted on tho right
laank ol the Saat river about lour milet above the
[orka ul thaa Naaa n.er, thence iouth 60 chaint,
tnence ��ett tM chain*, thence north 6U chains.
���    a- i-aii fell chaint lu point ul coinmencvnieiil,
cumainln, 6.0 acre. **\^;^>,{xvuuyi:KS
Dttad M��reh 25, 1911. Sidney Frank Wnghl, Agt
Pub. May IT.
Skatna Und DUtrtct���Diitrict ol Cattlar
Taka noiico that  William  Frederick lamcron
ol I'rinca Kuport, U. C, occupation carpenter,
otendi to apply for perminiun to purchaas the
(ollowing deacribed landa:
Commencing at a poat planted about throe
mllea aouth ot the (orka of the White and Flat
rivera, thence aouth t4 chaina, thenco -tm. >*)
chains, thenc* north  (0 chaina,  thence out  bu
C 1M"     WILLIAM FREDERICK CAMERON
Dated April 18, 1911.
I'ub. Maj' 13. Francia B. Preaton, Agent
?keena Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol Coaat Kange 5
Take nutice that 1. Laucbian John Shanahan of
\ ictona, li. C., occupatiun teacher, intend to
apply for permiaaion to purchaae thv following
doecribvd lands:
Commencing at a post planted C5 chaina aouth
Irom the aoutheaat corner ol Lot UOOU, thence 40
chains aouth, tbence 40 chainn wwt, thencv 40
chains nortb, thence 40 chaina t--��-t to point of
cummencement, cm,tai;.ing 1MJ acrm morv or leaa.
LACCI1LAN JUI1N SIIANAUAN
Dated AprU 17,1911.
Tub. May 6.
Skuena Land DUtrict -District of C
Take notice tnat I, John L. Mitchell of I'rince
Kupert, H. t.. occupaUon bookkeeper, Intend to
apply  for pcrmiaslun to  purchase  the  following
(iiwcribvd lands:
Commencing at a post planted about (5) live
milea aouth and (1) one mile ��mt of the (orka of
thc \\ hile and Flat ri\vr��, thence nurth bO chaina
thence east cO chains, thencu aoulh sO chains,
!!.�����: o' m*--.i f��0 cliaina.
Datisi April lb, 1911.        JOHN  L. M1TCHKLL
I'ub. May 13 FrancU S. 1'reatrn, Agont
Skwna Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Caasiar
Take notice that 1 Francw >. I'nstun of I'rince
Kupert, li. C, uccupation prus|>ectur, intend to
apply  for permiasion  to purchase thu following
deacribed Uuds:
Commencing at a poat planted about three
miles jmiuth and two milea woat ol tbe (orka ol
the White and Flat rivvra, thence south bO chains
ther.ce east bO chaina, tbence north bO chalna,
thence ����at 60 chains.
Dated April 10, 1911.     FRANCIS S. i'KESTuN
i'ub Af ay 13
.-keena Land Dutnct -Districl ol Coaal Range _>
Take not ce that 1. Jou Jack of I'nrce Ki p��rt.
H. C*_ occupation carpenter. Intend to apply for
pcrmianiun lo purchase the loUowing deacribed
landa:
Commencing at a post planted about thtc��>nd
um-half milva diatant in u aou'.b westrrly direction
from a bUnd sluugh from Ubaervatory Inlet where
the aame touchea tbe Indian Kea*>rve thence east
eO chans, ihenca "nth bit chains, thence weatbO
chalna, thence aouth bO chains to point of com*
mencement, containing tito acrea mom or leas.
Dated April 14, 1911. JUK JACK
I'ub. May 13.
Skeena Land DUlrict ���DUtrict o( Coast Range 6
Take notice that I, UeU HaU Kenney of Var*
mouth, Nova Scotia, occupation married woman,
intend to apply for permiaaiun tu purchaae the
following deaenbed lands;
Commencing at a post planted at north east
corner of T. L Lot .*-. ���\ thenoe running wert 40
cliains, thence north M chains, thence eaat 40
chains, thenoe aouth bO chains to place of com*
mencement containing 32o acres mora or leaa.
My post U on aouth eaat corner of land applied
(or, marked letters S. K., about one mite wost of
Lake Lakelse, houth side of Skeena liver District
of Coast lUnge 6.
Dated AprU 29, loll.      HI.LI. JIALL KENNEY
I'ub. .May 13. John Haverty, Agent
Skwna Land DUtrict-DUtrict nt Ci
lake notice that  1, James  Dun lop of  I'rince
Rupert,  U.   C,   occupatiun   teamster.   Intend   to
apply  (ur permUsion  to  purchase  tbo following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted ahout two miles
south ut tbe forks of tho While and Flat rivera,
'ttence north  M) chains,  thence  west  SO chains,
ihence south bO chaina, thence uasl SO chains.
Dated AprU lb, [$\ ��� JAMES DUNLUF
I'ub. Mai- 13. FrancU S. I'rastun. Agent
Skoona Land DUtrict-DUtrict ot Coaat lUr^e r,
Tako notice thut Mary lieaton QUdaraloava of
Victoriu, K. C, occupation housekeeper, intend*
lo npply tor permiaaion to purchaae tho followm,.
dtweribed lands:
Commoncing at a post planted ut the aouthu,Mt
corner o| Lol DM. Kunge &, Coaat DUWcLthanM
���*���>> chains HUth thonce 40 chuina euat, tlienev bu
chuins north, thonce 40 chains west to point o|
uiiununcuinunt, containing 3^0 ucrea moru at i>sn
MAKY BEATON QUJJERSLEEVE
Dated April 17, 1911. **
Tub. .May 6.
Skoona Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol Coxit
Tako noiico ihat Frod W. Uohler ol KiUutn.
kulum, occupation  farmer, intenda to apply (ur
lienlusaion  to  purchase   tho  following  oaaoribad
landa:
Contniuncing ut a post piantol at thu north*
oust cornur ot .V. tuLVnl pre-ompiiun, thanoi
20 cnains south, thonco 10 chuina oust, thonce ij
chains north, tnoiioo 10 chains weat to pmi "_,{
corn moncement containing 20 acrea more or lutj
Datod April 10,1911. FIUEDRICH W. UOULBK
i'ub. April tt�� Frod llumpton, Agent
Skeona Land DUtrict-DUtrict ot Coaat Range 5
TaKo nutice thu I, Frank Hicks ot I'urt fJi-
singion, occupation merchunt, intend to Apply
(or permUsion: o purchaa lhe following dm-nuM
lands:
Commencing at a poal planted on the nouth
bunk of the Excbuuuiks Kiver und about (our
miles (rom ita confluence with the Skeenu Kiver,
thence 60 chaina west, thenco 60 chaina n-jnh,
thence 60 cliuins ooat, thenco south 60 chaina
tu point ot commencement, contuining 640 acrm
more or tees.
Dated April 21, 1911. FRANK HICKS
i'ub. ADril 29.
Skeena Land DUtrict-District of Coast
Tuke notice that WUliam McTavUh ot Vancou*
vor, U. C. occupation physician, intonds to spply
(or jicrmusion to purchase tbe (ollowing deaorb-M
lands:
Commencing at a poat planted at the eouihwu
corner, 40 chaina north and 40 chains east o( tbe
northeast corner of Lot lllti, Harvey's Surrey,
Coaat Dutrict, Kange 6, thence 00 chsins as*t
thonce 60 chaina north, thence 60 chains ueat,
thence 60 chains south to poat o( commencement
containing 360 acres more or leas.
Dated Muy 2, 1911. WILLIAM A. Mc'i \ ���. .
Tub. May 6. Fred W. liohltr, Age&t
Skivna Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Cout Kar.gr _
Take nolice lhat LetlU McTavUh of Vancouver,
U. C, occupatiun married woman, intends to
apply for permisaion to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the north-
wuat corner 100 chains east and 20 chains north
from the nurihuast corner of Lot ill'*, liarw, i
Survey, Coust District,Kange b.thence 20 chains
south, thonce 60 chains east, thencu 60 chains
north, thonce 40 chains west, thence 60 chaini
south, thence 40 chains west to post ot OOOIMB*
cement, cuniainirg 400 acres more or loss.
Dated May 2, 1911. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
I'ub. May 6. Fred W. Uohler. Agent
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Cout Kange S
Tako notice ihat Grace McTavUh, ol Vancouver,
It. C, occupation married woman, intends to apply
tor permUsion to purchaso the (ollowing described
lands:
Commencing al a post planted at the ���OttUmM
corner 100 chains easl and 20 cbains nonh o(
tbe northeut corner o( Lot 1116, Harvey's Survt),
Cout DUtrict, Range 5, thenee 40 chains easl,
thoace 60 chains north, thenco 40 chains wast.
thenco 60 chains soulh lo post ot commsncs.'ner.t
containing 320 acres moro or loss.
Dated M��J 2, 1911. GRACE McTAVlSH
I'ub. Mav 6. Fred W. Bohler. Ageut
Skeena Land DUtrict���District of Cassiar
Taka  notice  that   1,  Charlos   M.   ������-     o
rrincu Rupert,  11. C, occupalion farmer, mti-nJ
to apply (or permuaion to purchaso the (ulloau.g
described lands:
Cummencing at a poal planteil abuut ,'��� tsM
miles aoulh and (S)tWO miles vest ol th<-I<tk�� ol
W bile river and Flat river, thence south ��- chains,
thotioe west 60 chains, tbence nortb 60 chains,
ihence east bu chains-
Dated April 20. 1911. CHARLES M. KNOU8B
Pub. May 13. FrancU S. Preston, Agent
Skeena Land DUtrict���DUtrict o* Coaal Range a
Take not cu thai Murdock McRae ot Vaaa BV��
1-. C, occupation real estate broker, intendi to
apply for pormUaion 13 purehau the tullu��int
doscribed lands:
Cummencing at a or.it planted on the seuh
bank cf Exthumsiks river about ***��� miles (rom
.ts cuniluvnce wilh the Skeena river, ihenre tu
chains wesl, thence 20 chains north, thence 40
chalna aval, thence 40 chaina north, thenn- 40
cnaina cut, thence 20 chaina south, thence 40
chaina eut, thence 40 chaina soulh to point of
commoncement, containing 320 seres mure ur U��
Dated April 21. 1911. MIKDOCK McKAt
Pub. May 13.
Skevna Land DUtrict -DUtrict uf CassUr
Taku  notioe  that   1,  Isaac  O'Urien   FWtM ?-
Prince Rupert, U. C. occupation carpenti:.
to apply [or pormUaion to purchase thu toll atafl
doscribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted about (iv miles*
south and one mile weat of tho lorka o( theWbita
aud Flat rivers, thence north 60 chains, tlence
west 60 chaina, thenco south 60 chains, (tence
east 60 chains.
Dated April 16. 1911. ISAAC O'BRIEN FORBhs
Pub. May 13. FrancU S. Prestor, Agent
Kit-
apply
rib' I
CARTAGE and
STORAGE
('.. T. P. Transfer Agenl,
Order, promptly HIM.   l'rice, reftgonnble.
OFFICE-H. B. Hoehe��ter. Centre St     Phone ��.
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables Second Ave.
Cout Range 6 Land DUtrict
Take  nutica  that  1,  John   Hepburn   of
aumkalum,  occupation  farmer,  intend   to      .
fur punmsuon to purchaso tho followng d<vcribo<
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the northeast
corner of Lot -i'JDi, thence out 20 cbains, thenca
souta  40 chains,  th nee  west 20 chans,  thence
north 40 chains to place oi commencement.
Dated March 18, 1911. JOHN UEPBL'KN
Puh April 16.
Sktwna Land Dutrict���DUlrict o( Cout lUnge &
Take notice that Henry Macartney ol Prince
Kupert, it. C-, occupation miner, Intenda to apply
(or ptTtinaiion to purchase tho (ollowing described
landa:
Commencing at a post planled on the aouth
hi If of Eachumsika Kiver, about 2 1-2 miles from
iu conlluenee with the Skeena Kiver snd about
1-2 miles wust from Eschumsiks rspids, tbence HO
chains north, thence 40 chains eut, thence do
chains south, thence 40 chaina weal to point �����
commencement, Containing 320 acros mure or
loss. Post marked "fl.lL S.W. cor."
Dated AprU 22, 1911. HENRY MACARTNEY
I'lll!. At.nl 29.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Caular
Take  nutloe that   I,   Mary  Carin  of  Stewart,
II. C, occupaUon married woman, intend to apply
(or iwrmiaaion to purchaao the (ollowing dnait>ed
land:
Commencing at a post planted two (2) milea
south and .'i two milos weat o( the forks ot the
White and Flat rivers, thence ho chains north,
thence hO chains west, thence B0 chains south'
thenco PO chaina east.
Dated April 10, 1911. MAKY CAKIN
Pub. May 13. FrancU S. Preston, Agent
Skeena Land District���Disirict of Cout
Take  notice lhat   I,  William   Mclvillr Corley
ot   Toronto,   Ontario,   occupation   clerk.   Intend
to apply tor permission to purchue the lolluwing
described lands:
Commencing at a post planled at the northweat
orner ot Lol ;i0.V'i Rang ft, Cout District, thenee
tut i.^ chains, thence north 40 chains, thonce west
: ii chains to Hell's Gate slough, thencs along
slough southerly to point ot commencement, containing 160 acres more or less.
Dated AprU 6. 1911.
WILLIAM    MELVILLE CORLEY
Pub. April 29.
Skoena Und DUtrict���DUtrict ot Queen Charlotto
Islands
Take notion that J. H. Murphy.of Vancouver
B. C, occupation commercial traveler, Intends
to apply for permlulon to purchase tho foUottiaa
described lands: ���
Commencing at a post planted about Beven
mil��� wtat and one mile eouth from tho mouth
ol Stanly Creek, Nadon Harbor, thenco north 80
chains, theneo weat 40 chaina, thence miuth 80
chains, thence eut 40 c ina.
Dated March 17,1911. J. H   MURPHY
Pub. April 22. HuwDwSrZK
Skeen. L.nd Dliulct���Di.trict A Cout
T.ko nutice th.t (ilenn McArthur A Y.ricuu.ef.
II.  C, occupation  r ��� .1   c.t.l��  -a,.-   a   it' >
apply (or jwrmiauon  to purehu. the faallo.in-f
tloMribv-tl l.nda:
t aati,rin-i,cag at a poat planted l" OM
and .u chalna M>uth A thu ,outhwi-.t c ���
Lot Na WU marked tilenn McArthur, t-f.**
w.al cumcr, thence .uuth 4U ch.lna, llietfe tmjl
B0 chaini, thence north 4U chains thenre .***
-SO chain, to !>oU ol commencement, coritaiiaiBI
it'JO acrea more or leu. a   , ,,
Uat^ Much 20, 1911.       CI.KNN  McAimi'"
Fub. April 16. T. U. Lairl. *****
Skeena Land Dl,irict-I)i��trlrt of OoMl I- *
Const Diatrict ,. .
Takeii.ati.ae that Win. lm*U* "t I HI" :
-c. jpatloti Government tliianl. Inti'ii'i' '*
ur pennia.ion to purchaae the follimin. at '
ed land,:
Ciininencintf at n pout plantiil   t"
���mal U'aa chain, aouth of the *nithw.--i ���
No ] .    . ��� aj    ��� r, coa.t dintrict.markcl Bfl
N.W. r.amer. thence mmth *n chain,. Ibtn-cf ���*'���
1.1 chaim,, thence north 4n chain., then.-.   **���!
chain, to poat of commencement, I0IIWI
iictet nure or lc...
WM. I.KSI.IK
T. D. Laird. Agent
Datnl Murrh 20th. Ull
I'ub. April 2��th. 1011
Skeena Und .UUtrlct-Di��trlcl ol Quean I'liarl'"'
Islands .
Take notice that (ieo. II. Laun ol l'ritice llul""'
D. C, occupation  barber,  intends  to Ul
iiermission   to   purchue   tho   lollowini;   '1'
lands:
Commencini;  at  a  post  plantod  about  ���'��'
milea wmt and one mile soutli  Irom the *****
ol Sunly   Cruek, Naden Harbor, thence ���'J'"    '
chains, thenco west  10 chains,  thenoe *****
chains, thance cast 40 chains. ,.   , ,,.v
GEO. II   t*| J
Numa Dmmr*. mm*
Datnl March 17
I'ub. Auril 22.
1911.
Skeenn Land District���DUtrict ol Caular
Take notice that  I, Urenton Jordon M" >   j
Prince Huiirrt, 1). C, occupation ���n"��c,'Jr'll"..,|
to apnly lor permlMion lo purchaao the k'��aa��
dueribed land.: ,   ,,_,
Commenclnj ��t . post pl.nted .bout w ****
mil��� south and (2) two milo wwt ol ����� "S
ol White .nd Flat rivers, thence 80 chfllnfl '��""
thence 80 chaina wut, thence 80 chains m���*
thence 80 chaina eut. .��� _��r_t*,t__
UUENTON JOKDON S0OJJ
Dnted April 20, 1911. Frincli S. rruton. M"*
I'ub. May 18.
Skeena Und District-District ol Cas"��   , ,
Take notico that I, Jamu Webater fjm%
Stewart, U.C., occupation    .uctioneer, lnt'"^
apply lor liermlnlon lo   purchaao   th.   W"
ileserilwd landa: ,     rjBht
Commencinu at a post planted on ��, a.
bank ol tho Naas river ahout nine "'!'"?'a...
the lorks ol tho Naaa river, Ihonco south B "J*'*
thence west 80 chains, thence nortli W cn" nl
thence east 80 chains to pnint ol commence:"
containing 640 acres more or less. ���__��� a-aptjM
.IAMBS WfBSTBBJSLTit
Dated March 24, 1911. Krank Sidney WrlSl". ���,��
Pub. May 17.
ISkwna Land District-District ol Cas"!"',
Take notice th.t I, Sydney Flttgeralil 01 WJ      .
H. C. occupation cook, Intend M KWUa landi
miasion to purchaao the (ollowin. descrl"'���' ' ���k
Commencing at a post planted aboul ii       .
south and ono mile WO* m*__rSSim
and  Mat rivera, thencc aouth 80 chains,     ��
wut  BO chains,  Ihence  north  80 chains,
eut 80 chains. _.nurn��ftMiP
Datod Apri, 18, 1911.   SYDNEY   _____aJ*'_*m__I
Pub. M.y 13. Franci. S. Trcato". A��'D THE   DAILY    NEWS
LYNCH BROS.
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WE - HAVE - FOR - SALE
(CROWN GRANTED)
Section 9
Township 1
Range 4
NECHACO VALLEY
PRICE:-$15.00 PER ACRE, EASY  TERMS
This is an excellent section and was one of the lirst to be
staked in the Valley.
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers and Financial Agents, Prince Rupert
Social and  Personal
Mrs. C. 15. Wark was the
hostess of a delightful Bridge
party oil Friday afternoon. Mrs.
Bondeaux and Mrs. Arnold were
the successful prize winners. The
guests included Mrs. Donald McLeod, Mrs. Vernor Smith, Mrs.
D.G.Stewart, Mrs. Dawson, Mrs.
Anderson, Mrs. McCaffrey, Mrs.
Arnold. Mrs. Bondeaux, Mrs. Luck-
hart, Mrs. Mclntyre, Mrs. Hall,
Mrs. Naden, Mrs. Sawle, Mrs.
Tite, Mrs. Reddie.
Mrs. Conkey accompanied by
her young son, left on the Prince
George this morning for New
York where she will spend the
summer.
The members of the Ladies'
Auxiliary of the General Hospital
Committee will hold their monthly
tea at the residence of Mrs. W.
Stewart Benson, Fifth avenue, on
Thursday afternoon from 3.30 to
li o'clock.
Mrs. L, \Y. Patmore will receive
again the second Wednesday in
each month.
A CHOICE OF
TABLE LINEN
Wise Housewives Used a Magnifying Glass Before Buying
Somehow or other, when there
*t ���' large family the linen chest
always needs replenishing. Ink
i- -pilled on the best damask
tablecloth, frequently launderinga
wear ihe linen cloth in holes, and
ill housewife, therefore, is always
"ii thc lookout for tlie sale of
table linen.
She may acquire reduced linens
,!i reasonable prices, but the best
is never sold at extraordinary
l"\t prices,
Our great-grandmothers, when
*cy Went forth to buy linen,
would attend the sales with a
"tagnifying nlass, and through this
,l" > would scan the threads, to
s" that ihey lay close and flat.
WITHOUT TUCKS
Sleeves   May   be   Arranged   to
Lengthen by Simple Plans
'" avoid making tucks in thc
Mccves of dresses for growing
j*'Wren, run a piece of tiny
lmcn tape through thc French
"��m on the inside of the sleeve.
'���''"" this at the wrist, and
:"""l,,,r shorter piece at the arm-
ll"11'-    Draw up the  tape to thc
" ���*   length   and   tie   at   thc
armhole. I��� this way the sleeves
m'l> ���'*' lengthened or shortened
'ls ,i'"1 be. This is especially
'""vejiitni for infants.
. j""   Flynn   and   Carl   Morris
"ave   finally   signed   articles   for
J ""''P "�� July 4.    Thc go will
*���   Place   down   in   Oklahoma.
. ""' ,"f 'lie participants have
apced   nut   tr.
bn.i   , engage   In   any
"���"tics between now and then.
WILL AVENGE A
ROYAL MURDER
King Peter of Servia is Put "in
Coventry'    by Monarchs
(Colonial Press Despatch)
June 10.���King Peter of Servia,
whose last chance to break the
ostracism of European courts because of the foul murder of K ng
Alexander and Quuen Draga has
gone, with the refusal of Fmperor
&__
This is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of tho ladlea of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to ite columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a Bocial need.
KING  PETER  OF SERVIA
Francs Jospeh of Austria to grant
him a proposed audience.
King Peter's t "lure of the throne
of Servia has been one of lonely
solitude, unbroken by friendly overtures from the surrounding European courts. Time and again
this monarch has signified his
intention to travel abroad to take
part in the court functions of his
neighbors. All overtures on his
part, however, havc been repulsed
by those to whom they have been
made, and hc sits in lonely majesty
upon a throne steeped in the
blood of a murdered king and
queen.
WAY WITH CUSTARD
Prevents This Sweet from Curdling
When baking custard in the
oven set thc dish in a dripping
pan with a little sweet water in
the tin, It is so simple that it
seems unnecessary, but it prevents
water from gathering in the custard
Thc temperature of the custard
may also be easily changed by
adding cold water to the dripping
pan. Thus the custard is kept
from curdling.
A REAL LIVE
LITTLE WOMAN
Twenty-six Years Old and Only
Twenty-six Inches High Has
Just Bought Her Trousseau.
Probably one of thc smallest
people in the world is Mile. Anita
who recently went from Hungary
to England for the purpose of
buying her trousseau. She is
twenty-six years old and twenty-
six inches high. She is perfectly
proportioned and dresses beautifully. She is extremely accomplished, and besides her own language, Hungarian, can spepk English, French and German.
NEW PLAN TO
KEEP STORIES
Carefully Taken from Old Magazines They Can be Made into
Charming Booklets for Idle
Moments.
You may easily remove a story
you want to keep from a magazine
by carefully clipping tbe pages
or loosening the wire arrangement
which holds lhe pages together.
Next thing to do is to get some
booklet paper and bind your story.
Dainty lettering of the title
on the cover will add to the
attractiveness, or you can punch
little holes in the paper and tie
the whole thing together wilh
fancy ribbon or silk cords.
This makes a thoughtful, charming, yet most inexpensive gift, and
one that is pretty sure to give
the recipient sonic happy moments.
POPULAR STYLE
THIS SUMMER
Feminine Fashion Followers Fa
vor the Square Neck Shirtwaist for New and the Fall.
The square neck bids fair to
bc popular this summer, if signs
point aright. Many of the new
shirt waists have these small square
instead of a round opening, the
neck being trimmed with bands
of lace or embroidery insertion
inhered at the corners, i or a
neck of this sort the material is
not cut away at all at thc sides
or at the front antl back. If it is,
the. square   will    be   much    too
Boiled or roasud meal which is
to   bc   used   cohl   should   lie   put
away  in  a  wet  cloth  to  keep  it
m'osit and .tender.
* + +
When ivory becomes discolored
paint it with spirits of turpentine
and lay it in the sun for tow or
three hours.
+ + +
If shoes have become mildewed
rub them well with vaseline. This
will usually remove all traces of
tie green.
+ + +
Ham soaked in milk over night
will  be  found  exceedingly  tentler
and  sweet when  used  for breakfast next morning.
+ + +
For spring suppers sliced oranges
and shredded cocoanut, put into
a dish in alternate layers, are very
appetizing.
QUEEN MARY'S
CROWN IS LIGHT
Specially Designed for Coronation Ceremony by the Queen
Herself It is no Heavier than
a Hat.
Queen Mary's crown has just
been completed. It is according
to her own design, wilh an elegant
lace-like tracery, wholly in diamonds, the Kohinoor being in thc
center. The crown weighs eighteen
ounces, lhe Queen having insisted
lhat it should not exceed thc
weight of an ordinary hat. It
will be used at thc coronation,
after which the gems will be
dismounted and used in regular
articles of jewelry. The King
will wear the crown that was his
father's.
PRINCES OF
IMPORTANCE
Two Royal Families with Several Princesses to One Solitary
Prince Sole Heir to the Crown
of His Country.
Two interesting groups of children are those belonging to the
royal families of Italy and Russia.
In each family there is but one
boy, a proportion that is not
pleasing to a king anxious for his
direct descendant to succeed him
as ruler. Czar Nicholas II. of
Russia  was  particularly   unfortu-
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carried  in stock.
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When the bands of insertion have
been laid around thc opening,
coming up close to thc edge at
front, back ahd sides, thc little
triangular pieces at thc comers
are snipped out, which leaves a
very becoming square neck opening
HANDY HOME HINTS
Six   Well   Tried   Tips   from   a
Home  Maker's Notebook
A few chopped almonds added
to the top of sweetened butcuit
arc very good and make a pleasant
change.
natc in being the father of four
pretty girls before a son came to
b.less his home and prepare to
take his place. The first of his
daughters was Olga, bom in 1895.
Then came Tatjana, born in 1807;
Marie, born in 1890, and Anas-
lasia, born in 1901i With four
daughters and no son the hopes
of the czar and of all Russia were
at a low ebb when, on August 12,
1004, the Czarevitch Alexis was
born, and the hopes of those not
in direct line of thc descent of
thc crown were cast down. King
Victor  Emmanuel   III.  of   Italy
was  married  in   1896  to  Princess
Helene of Montenegro.   Their first
Robin Hood
The Great Flour
of
Greater Canada
Your Dealer Hat It
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Section
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G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
Second Ave., Prince Rupert, B.C.
ft*
The Digby Rooms
Located on Sixth Ave., near Fulton
Thni txi five minutes from centre uf business district. Nineteen newly furnished rooms.
Hot anil cold water, Imt h and
telephone. Newly furnished.
Under new management.
INSPECTION
INVITED
SOOOOOOUOOOOOOOOOOIKUUKM^n
tFRED. STORK f
General Hardware-
Builders' Hardware
Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves
Graniteware       Tinware
SECOND - AVENUE
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MO������������
OPTICAL GOODS
������������������
We have a complete line of
Lenses, Field Glasses. Mineral Glasses, Compasses
and   Aneroid   Barometers.
R. W. Cameron & Co.
Official Watch Inspectors
for the G.T.P.
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue.
PHONE 82
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Vancouver
Victoria
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Seattle
J. G. McNab
daughter, Princess lolande, was
born in 1001; Princess Mafalda
was horn in 1002; then, came
Prince Humbert, the heir apparent, horn September 16, 1001,
and the Princess C.iovannn, horn
in  1007.
PREACHER HELD AUCTION
Sold Off the Young Men of
Baptist Church for a Mess of
Pottage.
Some were worth 250 beans,
some were worth 5 beans.    It was
all according to the popularity of
the young man.
The sale room was the parlor
of Mrs. \V. T. Robinson's house
one evening last week and the
auctioneer Rev. \V. H. Mcl.eod,
of the Baptist Church.
Mr. and Mrs. Robinson had a
number of young people at their
home and after several games and
a programme of music thc young
men were put up by auction to be
bought by the girls as partners
for supper.
It would not be fair to state
who fetched high prices and who
low prices. It is enough to know-
that the incident was the cause
of a heap of fun and Mr. Mcl.eod
made as good an auctioneer as
he is a preacher.
Prune Dressing for Fowls
Soak prunes over night. Pare
enough apples to make as much
in quantity as you have prunes.
Mix th soaked prunes and apples
first removing thc stones from
the prunes, and cutting the apples
1 SPORT]
Three amateur athletic records
were made at the track and field
carnival of the Irish-American Athletic Club al Cdtic park, New
York, Gwynne Henry, of Eden,
Tex., who ran  unattached, won
the special 126-yard scratch dash
in 12 1-5 seconds. This is a new
American record, the old figure
being 12 2-5 seconds, made at
Berkeley, Cal., twenty-two years
ago hy Charles A. Sherrill, of
Vale and the New York Athletic
Club.
******
John Kller, of the Irish-American
Athletic Club, the champion hurdler, ran hSs trial and final heats
in the 250-yard hurdle event in
20 1-5 seconds. The former world's
record, 31 4-5 seconds, has stood
since 1880, when (ieorge Schwegler,
of the New York Athletic Club,
won at Staten Island.
+ + +
Third record to go was in the
hop, step and jump, when the
world's champion, Daniel F. Ahern,
Irish-American Athletic Club, beat
his own figures twice, finally making 50 feet 11 inches. Just a year
ago he made the old mark of 40
feet 7 8-4 inches.
+ + +
Freddie Welsh, the English lightweight, and Matty Baldwin have
been matched to fight twenty
rounds at 'Frisco before the Metropolitan Athletic Club some time
in June.
+ ��� ���
Alex. F. Gardner, a young Scotch
man, met death the other day by
drowning in the swimming tank
of the Montreal A. A. A. It was
the first accident hat has ever
occurred at the tank since it was
opened some five years ago, although two somewhat similar cases
have occurred at the Laurcntian
baths during the past year.
+ + +
Arrangements have been completed for the holding of two
motor cycling events at the picnic
of the Modtrn Woodmen of America, which takes pake at Portage
la Prairie on Dominion Day.
+ + +
A plan has been launched here
by the Greater Baltimore booming
committee to place Baltimore in
the big league baseball circuit.
It is planned to raise at least
$200,000, and make bids for one
of four franchises. These are the
Boston Nationals, Brooklyn Nationals and the St. Louis Nationals
and Americans, The main purpose
of this scheme is to advertise
Baltimore.
+ + +
It is reported that application
will be made to the National Commission for the re-instatement of
Mike Donlin, the old Giant outfielder, who a few years ago left
the ranks to become a Thespian.
Mike has mcl with success on the
stage, but the call of the diamond
seems hard to resist and the old-
timer may again be seen on the
field.
+ ��� +
Jack Gillie, Canada's all round
athletic champion, has abandoned
the idea of competing for the
world's all-round title this season.
The elongated athlete has been
under the weather for the past
two months, and figures that it
would pull him down too much
to attempt to get into shape in
such a short time for the big test.
��� + +
Fred Graydon, Teciimsch Lacrosse Club's star defence player,
assistant manager of the team, was
much wanted by the Vancouver
team this year, but declined a
good offer out west to stick with
the Indians of Toronto.
+ ��� ���
Already thc professional lacrosse
players of thc cast havc found a
method of beating the penalty
check system and unless strict
official action is atken, the most
important of a contestant's accoutrement will be a lead pencil.
It has been discovered that some
of thc men have changed thelgjxTH STREET
figures on their penalty cards
which
Double Weekly Service
S.S. PRINCE GEORGE
For Stewart, Sundays, 8.00 a.m.
TRW
Mondays, at 8 a.m.
���i. Prince Albert sails I'd)' I'ort Simpson, Nans Kiver Points, Masset,
Naden Harbor, every Wednesday, 1.00 p.m.
und ht'.
Refuge Hay,  Skidegate, Queen
Charlotte City,   Lockeport,   Pa-
coli, Jedway,   Ikeda Hay,   Rose
Harbor  and   return  via   Queen
Charlotte City eVery  Saturday,
1.00 p.m.
The  Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains over ita
double  track route  between  Chicago,
Toronto,   Montreal,   Quebec,   Halifax,
Portland, Boston, New York and Philadelphia.    Information   and tickets  obtainable from the ollice hereunder mentioned.   Trans-Atlantic bookings by all
lines arranged.
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND   PASSENGER   AGENT
Canadian Pacific Railway
���        B.C. Coait Service
Famous  Princess  Line
s.s. Princess May
���suils for���
ViiKotivtr, Victoris  and   Seattle
Monday, June 12, at 9 a.m.
General Agent
ickets
Tickets   To   All   Points
BY ALL LINES-
ROGERS' Steamship and
Railway Agency
Second Ave. Phone 116
S.S.  INLANDER
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HAZELTON
SUNDAY, JUNE 11th
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester
Agent
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second aven.ic and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
MUNRO   &   LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS -I-  A1'1)11 cills
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 286
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 351
ALFRED CARSS, C.  V. BENNETT, B.A.
of Ilritlih Columbia of HC. Ontario, Bat
umi Manilla,!,:, Ban. 1.1,1, hewan   and  Al-
liertn Hnr-i.
CARSS & BENNETT!
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
OIBase-ExfhnnKC block, corner Third avenua and
sijth im PifooaBuMrt 8
WM. S. HALL, L. D. S., D. D. S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental onerAtio'i. .kllfully ir.-aat-.l Hit. and
local nnaothrtlc. adminiiitered for the lialnlea. -BX-
traelion of teeth. Consultation free. Office!:
Iletiroi .ani Block. Prince Rupert. il-12
AI.'X  M  Mnnaaaan il /., W.I-:  Willijllllaa.il A.. I..I..0
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
I>. o. BOX 2.1
I'RINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
rum. or wm. foxon, KtH-., a.r.a.m.j "n.. f.nu
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE   aoenc.y
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
PRINCE RUPERT
tiny then handed to thei
timers.  President Murphy of Tor-1 Fruit
onto haa decided that any player,
:   Produce   :
WHOLESALE
Feed
into pieces of the lite of prunes, who substitutes a penalty card fori
Add a few bread crumbs and s tiff thc one given him will bc subjected j
thc fowl with this mixture. | to a fine of $10 for the first offence. H. H. Morton    -    3rd Ave.
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_t______i THE    D AI L��Y    NEWS
The Insurance People lj PASSENGER TRAINS WILL
BEGIN ON WEDNESDAY
EVERY CLASS OF INSURANCE.     OET OUR HATKS
The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
Phone 150 Third Avenue and Fulton St
LADIES'
HAND BAGS
-���n-
We have just received a
shipment of the newest
styles and latest designs
in ladies' Velvet and leather Hand Bags. We especially invite you to call
and let us show you our
new  goods	
C. B. WARK
Jeweller
Classified  -   ���  Advertisements
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Government Sanction is Obtained and Regular Trains
Are to Run Twice Weekly Connecting With River
and   G. T. P.   Steamers���Prince    Rupert's
First Train Schedule.
Passenger traffic on the first
100 miles of the G. T, P. Railway
up riwr opens du Wednesday.
General Superinetendent Mehan is
in receipt of the necessary sanction
from the Government, effective on
Wednesday June 14th, and Prince
Rupert will now have a railway
service to Copper River and back.
First Train Schedule
Mixed trains, freight and passenger will leave Prince Rupert
at 1 p.m. and will arrive at Copper
River at 9.20 p m. on Wednesdays
and Saturdays, and will leave
(.'opper River at 9 a.m. arriving at
Prince Rupert 5.20 p.m. on Thursdays and Sundays, The trains
will thus make connections with
the ti. T. P. steamers for the
south at Prince Rupi-rt.
River Boats to Connect
An arrangement has been come
to with the river steamer owners
by which the river boats will
connect with the trains as nearly
as possible at Copper River on
Wednesdays and Saturdays taking
passengers on to Kitselas and
Hazelton. The line is in excellent
order :'- r the maintenance of a
Speedy regular service.
One of the b'
There buy
mon ground.
rate
Skoena Land Dlatrlot���District ul Cuasi.,
Tako notico that I, John Kobert V___ ,,__������,
llupert, B. C, occupation cook, Intend t��� ���,, f��
lor perraaalon to purchaae tho tollowlni duo^S
"""       '"' *      mila
. thenco sou;h Bo'ehali
thence oaat 80 chainn,  thence  north SO chaii
ns,
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Lost and Found        \
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Fo'JND-Eureka Cleaning and Preming Com-
MUur. Men ��� tuiti cleaned and pressed $1.00.
I ad-ie*' r.ixt preated and cleaned. Dry clean-
\ng��� specialty. Room 13 Westenhaver BK<ck,
I hone red .V. IU-MT
FOUND-Elesant rooms; newly furnished. The
tfulkle* Bloc��i. .ih Ave., near Fulton.    K^-lm
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
mmmmm
daienbod landi: ���|.���,ed at a po��t at the
RSSSSSi! ^mrflZTtrl:*, if. E. corner
southwnt corcer, 60 cnainf e
���   Harvtyi Suryty,
Coaat   Uutrict,
ol   Lot   lllti,   Hane> s   survey,   wuUI   *_.,..,���_,
Range b, theaee WM 80 chairs, thenco north 40
cbaiiu,  ihence '*'*'.  4^  cLama.  thence aouth  '-li)
-.-.mt   m  (<h��itu.  thence  aouth  '-Iii
thence  aouth
containing 1-0
For Rent
 i
, chama, thance ^a��t  H chaim,
Chaina to point el ecmnwnconitnt
' S&1SJ I SR *KN�� MLSSALLEM
: I'ub. May IS.
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   Whitejabor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
WILL WELCOME
NO MORE NEGROES
Conditions in Oklahoma Have
Been Improved so Will Stay
There.
CORAL COMES IN
THIS SUMMER
Notice
wharf
aaani
thia
Revival of Fashion in the Pretty
Pink and Red Treasure of the
Sea
AFTERNOON TEA
Will be all you  i
desire if you use.,
RIDGWAY'S TEA
WE AAVE   IT; ALSO
RIDGWAY'S COFFEE
so etier.::i'. to a good breakfast
Winnipeg, June 12.���Mr. W. J.
White, who has charge of the
immigration offices as representative of the Canadian Government
in the United
interview here
Coral  is now  being
every variety e>f necklet,
all   sizes  being  offered
and  the natural  coral.
���hown  in
beads of
for   gale,
which  in
states, said in an very reasobanle in price, even in
that the influx of choice varieties, being also very
Groceries
Fruits
Vegetable.
Ideal Provision House
Third Ave., near Sixth St.   Phone 190
Fort George
For information, free
maps a".d literature
call and see me.
negroes from Oklahoma was likely popular.   Tiny beads are ur-ct! for ��ai�� and Retail.
to terminate soon.   Discrimination bead embroideries, and to embellish
ag.tir.s: colored men in that State all  sorts of  fancy  work.    They
has   been   partially   removed   by Icome in bunches of strings,  like
decisions of the Supreme Court at the steel and metallic small beads
Washington on questions relating!and fancy goods stores should W*
to franchise.    Churches are    op- ..-re to have some in stock.    Kx-
poaed to the movement, and the tremely pretty little woven daisy
Dominion   Government   similarly chains made by combining these
regards it.    It is recognized that with pearls.
the climate of western Canada is'    So far the pink, rather than the
unsuitable for negroes, and every red.  coral,  appears the  favorite.'
effort will bc made by organiza- Ear studs for unpierced t.;r-
in  this style, as also some
pretty daw  sets, brooches,
Tender* are invited for the repair of tha
atlMetlakala. B.C.: the aum f Ii!t<-en hi
dollar. bmle.it available for expendiur* o
wharf. Bidden should carefully f.\a.T.ir.e the
ground, and itate In detail the extent of tipiin
he will undertake for that amount. All P��I��
mutt be power driven. Tenierjwil. be rece.ved
at the Indian Office. Metlakatla. B.C.. up ta' June
30th. 1*11. and ahould be accompanied with a certified cheque for one hundred dollar. WW
amount will be forfeited in the event of a with-
drmwal of tender. No tender rea.-en.ed will r.eoet-
aarily be accepted. _���������
CHARLES C.PERRY.
tndian Agent.
Metlakatla. B.C.. June Mb. Ull.
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
2nd Ave.. r.��xt to oU offlc*   I Optrr. ��:. t*:i only
STOKES' ICE CREAM
Fruit and Candy, whole-
^^^^^^^^^ Mkforrlaah > _,. at r.ight.
SAM COWEN, Proprietor Ph-.ei.V-
F-ur-roa-amed Houae. partly furnlahed. with bathroom: cloae in on Summit Ave., back of Borden
-tr-eet.   Apply at Firehall or P.O. Box 26��.
131-135
J Fumiihed Rax>mi in apartment house, opposite
Clapp Building. 2nd Ave., near McBride.    Ap-
'ply on premises between one and three p.m.
12S-1S4
Twa>roaon-.ed Cabin on Fourth Ave., near McBriale.
Apply J. Young, Maple Boarding House. 3rd
Ave. US>1M
F-irniture of three-room flat Apply Room 15
Westenhaver Block, corner 2nd Ave. and Sixth
Street. 12s-134
Nicely furnished Front Room in new house.   Apply Mra. Saville. Fourth Ave., near McBride.
127-1SJ
Store* and offices for rent. Applv Dr. Mclntyre.
Third Ave., phone green 59. 126-tf
Slcra Land Ui.tr.rt -Diitrict ol Caaaiar
Take   fltwi   fat   I.   T&mai   McMeokin   ol
**___ rSSS? eve, occupation clerk, intend to
a^pir tWWmtotoa  to  purchase  th.   loUowing
deeenbel ***>��*'��� ,    UHj <bout tw0 m_Um I chaina,
.^.hoTIS fork. oU,eP "ite and Klat nver., ; chain..
02m"nonh  ai ��.�����.   thenco east  M . chain., : �����>*���>
Se���� wuth H chaini. ���ate��Sfi%^feKUJ I
���   ���������   \nril IS   1*11. niOMAs   HUUStt&in
land ^^^^^^^
Commencing at a poat planted (li) two n
south and 2) two tnilea weat o[ thu furks of
White and Flat rivera, **���	
thence west 80 cha na.
Dated Apr 1 20, 1911     JOHN ROBERT PACEV
Pub. May 13. Franc a S. Preston." A��ep
SkoenaiLand DUtrict���District of Coaat Ilantre r
Take not ce that I, Martha Leek, of Prince
Uupert, li. Otj occupat on marr nl woman i ,ten i
to apply for permiasion to purchase the [oIIqwIm
dMeribed landi: ���*
CommenAig at a poat planted about three ami
one-half milea distant in a southwesterly dirwUoB
from a blind alough from Observatory Inlaiwhm
the same touchea the Ind an Reserve, thttutttit
bO chains, thenco south bi) chans, thence \u-st a
chains, thence north HO chans tu point of oom<
mencement, conta n ng ti-lu acree more or ,.--.
Dated Aprl 14, IUll. MARTHA LEKK
i'ub. May 18.
Skeena Land District���District of Cassiar
Take   notice   that   1,   John   L'nwin   of   Prion
Kupert li. C, occupation laborer, intend to apply
for permisaion to purchase the fuilm n,,\ ittafSn
lands:
Commencing at a post plantei about \t\ ***___
miles south ol the (orka of in .  Wbiut and
rivers,  thence south  60  chains,  thence m
thence  north  tio  chains, thence  wtat i
it
Dated AprU IH, 1911.
I'ub. May 13.
JOHN  IWAIN
Francis S. l'n-oton, A^wtii
Skaena Land Dutrict���DUtrict of Caaaiar
Taka notice that 1, Charlu L. Delgrove of Stewart li. C, occupation prospector, intend to apply
for permission to purchase the following deacribed
Com::;t; .'. ��� st a post planted about aU milea
south and one mile west of tbe forks of the White
and Fiat men. tbence aouth 80 chaini, thence
east 30 chains, thence north 60 chains, thence weat
;>0 chains.
Dated April N, 1911.     CHARLES DKLQBOVB
Fub. May 13. FrancU S. Pnvlon, Agent
F r Kent-Modern Bouse, close in-
H- F. McRae & Co.
125 a mor.th.
m*xt
Neatly Furnished Rooma; ^entleraen preferred.
Apply lira, Mullin, over Majestic Theatre.
Coay furnished rooms, Mr��. Bower. Somerset
Rwmt. ThirJ Avenue, between Seventh ar.d
Etchth. UMf
Nice Furnished Rooma. Apply Mrs. Kirby. Alder
Block, upsuira entrance. Third Ave.       UMM
Skeena Lani District���DUtrict of Coast Range 5
Tak* notice that 1, J- Harold McKean of Trince
Kupert, ti. C, occupat on blackstn th, intend to
I apply  t-iT perm asloa  to  purchase the  foUowing
; aescr bed Unds;
I Commencing at a post pUnted about three and
j one-half miles d aunt m a aouth westerly- direction
1 from a blind alough from Observatory Inlet where
tr.e same touchea the Ind an Keaerve, tbence wwt
I ��� cnains, thence aouth aO cha as, thence eut bO
cnaina, thance north 90 cha ns to po nt of commencement, containing 640 acres more or loss.
Dated Apr 114. 1911.       J. HAROLD McKEAN
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of i .-   ..,-,
Take notioe that 1, Alfred Uerrymau v, iilmrns
of  Frmce  Rupert,  li.  0., occupation mercuat
intend to apply (or permUsion to \f.r. _;_,_,* _it
following described landa:
Commencing at a post planted about ,1, uq
miles south of tbe forks of tiie Wmie ar.l tut
riven, thence bO chains aoutb, thence au chutm
west, thence bO cbains north, tbence ao cn*ici
ALFRED
Dated AprU 18, 1911.
I'ub. May 13.
UERRYMAN   WILLIAMS
Francis S. i'reaton. Am
Nice, clean, brifht ouuide n��ms.
6th Ave., near Fulton.
Bulkley Block
: v-lm
Nice furnished rooms single or for housekeeping.
Apply Drexel Rooming Houae, ind A*e.. near
McBride. May Mmo
Help Wanted
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of *.,,.-   *
Take notice thai 1, Charles Frederick HttHl
of Stewart, ii. C, occupation freighter, Inland (a
apply  (ur permisaion  to  purenase thu  (ofowki
described landa:
Commencing at a poat planted on tlu ritHl
bank of lhe Naaa river about su mUos .*    ..   .���.
furka of the Naaa river, thenoe soutn su cusim,
i tnence west  80 chains,  thence  north ao cii.ua)'
: thence east 50 chains to point of *:*>:���..:,_ ..-..
! contairung 640 acros mure or 11-....
Dated March 25, 1911. CHARLES F. METCALF
Fub. May IT.      Frank Sidney Wright, Aget.t
Skeena Land DUtrict���DUtrict of Coast
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Taka  notice that  1,   WUliam Jonn Coru-y ul
<keeaa Land DUtnct���DUtrict of Caaaiar        ! W* Rupert, li. C, occupaUon rancher, u.-.er.j
Take   notice   mat   I.   Thomaa   Macgovern   of   g apply for permission to purchase tne (ouu*.ig
St**irt, U. C. occupaUon miner.intend to apply   described landa:
for permiMion to purchase the following deacribed       Commencing at i putt planted at the aouthawt
A.   . I corner uf Lot oooa, 14ange b, Coaat District, ueac<
Commencing at a post planted on the right I *>"**�� ��� *^n��. thence east 40 chain*,
oank of the Naas nver about four milea above thc
forks of tbe Naas (for, thenoe south aO chains,
thence weet _*) chains, thencv north b*i chains,
thenoe east 80 chalna to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or laaa.
THOMAS MACGOVERN
Dated March 25, 1911. Sidney Frank Wright, Agt
Pub. May IT.
thenCs
north 20 chaina, tbence west 40 chains to point
A commencement, containing 80 acrea, more or
Tenders for Excavating
Ttnai.n for .mvillni lot, 1 tnd 1. block ll,
l��tlon I. will t�� rtc^vaM ui :.j Jun�� ISsh. Low.
����: wr.ai.r not nmetturily tcctplt.. For p*rti->
ul&n apply to
W. L BENSON.
S^coond Av... oppo.it. Th,Tr.r^:r. Hmlirw Co.
A rood Mniible woman to do chunb.r work ftnd
work in .tore.   Apply Box G-. S..�� Oftle*.
in-iM
N*ir.��w.n youn-* m#n to tAkt -coty room, in th.
Bulkl.y Block, near Fulton. '. ---li
Wanud-Ku rood m��n to join th�� Ord.r of Owli.
Call room tt, Emprw  Hot.l.   I. P. Uadl.m.
1W-1H
tiona interested in keeping them >wn
i:i thc south to show the folly of very
S. O. E. B. S. Fire Insurance
Th.   Pr.no*   Rjp.rt Lodge. No.  3".>. Son. of   ^���^..^.������^.^���a^..^..-^.^*^'^^^^-^
.iTi    Er.ariaad. HM-.U th�� Sr��t ar.! thirj Tunday. in
.ach m nth m th. Carp��ntcr. Hali. a:; p.m.
Sknna Und Diatriet���DUtriet ol Caaaiar
Taka notic, that  WUliam  Irci.-nck  Lameron
ol  1'r.r.cv  Kupwt,  11.  C, oecupatlon carpantv,
nund. to apply tor pcrmi��ion to purchaa. the
following d-iaerlbad land.:
Commtaetu at a po.t plantad abuut thn*
milaa aouth ol th, (orka ol tha Whit, and Klal
rtwa. Ibanc aoulh &0 ehaina, thane, woat au
chaina, thane, north til chalna, tbenc, aut hO
chaina.
W1LUAM FREDEIUCK CAMEKON
Dai��i AprU 16, UU.
Pub. M��> 13. Franela S. Praaton, Agent
Skaana Land Dlalrict -Dutrict ol Coaat Kange .'.
Taka notk, thai 1. Lauehlan Juhn Shanahan ol
Victoria, B. C oecupatlon teacher. Inund lo
��,-;.> for ia.rmu.ion lo purchaaa lb* loUowing
deaenbed landa:
V. CLARK. S��e..
P. O. B \ ?li Pnne, Rupert
THE Bnu.h Cnlon and National Ftr. Inaurance
C-ompany of London. England, with capital
��� ���I ��..'������������ > S.. :.. !a: nl" tbg Sad
Raaltv and ln.urane, Companv. -if
ring I
.mum
their attempting to make a livelihood in this country.
MUST NOT USE
G. T. P.'S NAME
pins ai d bui k' -
Pearl beads in all ^r.:<ii- and
size* are selling even better than I
Bailiffs Sale by Auction
JOHN DYBHAVN
Open Evenings
Pattullo Block
widely worn with lingerie <ir- -- -
next summer.
  There has been, and continues
Railway Company Will Prose- to be, a strong demand for neck
cute  Anyone   Using Their     bands   o(   black   velvet,   beaded
Name. '���*'���'    steel, combined with coral
  r turquoise.
Anyone using the name of the      H.-.:pins are, on the whole, ra-
Lan-ilcrd and Tenant Act
���,,..| p~,,i     _���i.|.,, -II     l_ I    The content, of lhe Tea K.ttie  Inn.   tab'.*..
Usual.        I'earl     r.eCKletS     Will     Ih-   chair.,   rang*,   cutlery-   etc..  oa  th,   premiw.
Friday, Jun* 14th. 1911. at two o'clock.
JOHN SHIRLEY.
Bailiff
Princ, Rupm. June 10th. l��u. UMM
Boarders Wanted
n
AUTHOR S BODY CREMATED
Ho��r.e cooked meaia and ni<*ely furnirhe>1 rorrs
for three pereoni. Axtplr Mn. Jimrt. Sett
Bid*.. 3rd Ave., between sth and tth Sta.   tt-tf
Pmate Board br the week or month.    Boom
cooking a ipeoaity.   Miat ��. H. QlMMA.
Ave,, between Tth ar.d sth Sta.. phone 171. ay-tX
A Mirror
ther   smaller   than   usual.     Extremely popular numliers are heir,;;
/
Thatlmay b*"saf*ly
"packeU"on a trip
i�� much in <i*mand.
We have them in different tizef.
WATCH   THE   WINDOW
C.  H ORME
The Pioneer ,')-,.-/,'
PHOXE    :    ;   ;    82
JGnind Trunk Faciiic will be prosc-
Icutcd.
This is the order that has come
from Charle* M
of the company    ���,_______________________________________________	
Vancouver.   Action has been brou-! brilliants,   with   pearl   centre   in
|ght   against   the   Grand   Trunk | filigree set, to retail at ten cents
Funeral
Was
of  Sir W.  S.  Gilbert
Held at Stanmore.
Pacific Transfer Company of Vancouver to restrain that concern
from future trading under the
ft l.a ! i; corporation.
It i< not in anyway connectedI
with the (irand Trunk Pacifie
Railway Company, and >n Mr.
Hays li li- v. s that the public
may be deceived by it and "tlnr
"G. T. P." concern!
I'.- Grand Trunk Lands Com-
i- ..:."':-.i r concern whi< h ii
not connected with the railway
my,   Similar action will be
  -��� the men who furm
���      Scores ol ri.;! estate companies,
UAXinACVnC    0    UIIDT ,I11I>'"> nient. ntncies. hotels, liverv ,''BhtnuiR   -truck
nAItUAjlUt  tt  HUKI     '"-   transfer  companies and
  ��� i> establishments throughout
the west mala fn e use "f the name
of the G.T. P.
D'Arcy Tate,  solicitor for the
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    The   body   ..;'  Sir   William   S.
got up to retail at surprisingly Gilbert, the noted English dramatic
Hays, president low prices.    These include .1 pit   ,m;!ic,r. who died May 29. while
who is now injabout one inch across of cluster attempting to r�� -cue one of the
ladies "f hi- Kathing party at
Harrow, h.is Ken crcmatwl. All
persons promimnt in theatrical
circles attended the subsequent
burial fpf the ashes at Stanmore.
 r
Real Estate '���
A claaalfied aJv.rtiKm.nl li a ml mate ael����-
man. and acm* not often -count enoufh "to
count" In tbe net result.
N-i.teen fnunf men wanted to rent coey furnlahed In th. Bulkier Kaaeii. <th Ave., nw Fulu-n.
10��-lm
For Sale-Two choice tract. Laltel-M Valley: elfht
���i-liar, an acre.   H. F. McRae* Co. 124-lf
Fir Sale-Beautiful Home.il. on Park: !:'���' caah.
U. F. UcRae k Co. 1 Jft-tf
Pantorium Pionwr Clear.er?, 'Phor* 4
LIGHTNING HIT
A FERRIS WHEEL
Five Persons Killed and Five
Missing in Terrific Storm
Which Hit New York.
Canadian   Rand   Company'.    Product..
Mining Machinery and Contractor's Sup-
pliea, Road Building and Concrete
Machinery,     Agricultural,     Farm
and   Dairy   Suppliea,   Dump   Can
Wagons,  Gasoline   Engines, Motor
hides and Trucks
I company,   stated
nd|that   the prat net-
to   (lie
must
in
press
future
Ve-
OFFICE: Third and Fallon.
PO. Be.   11'
Princ* Ruprrl
lie   stopped  and   that  actions are
now pending in the courts against
��ix   nr  seven   concerns  using   the
company's name.
NATURAL RESOURCES
SECURITY COMPANY, Ltd.
PAID IIP CAPITAL K&O.iKiO
idian l'r< -- Despatch)
New Y'irk. June 12.���While the
pleasure seekers were enjoying
themselves <ip. die huge Ferris
wheel at Claasin Point yesterday
afternoon, a storm broke, and tin
the whet I. It
threw the monshr wheel ofl itl
.ixi- and in the panic which followed tlu passengers endeavored
tn escape from the cars.    Thej
Mire all n-( unl at last be miaiis
of long ladders.
In the city enormous damage
was done by the storm. Five
persons wen- struck dead, and
five more are reported missing.
The propi rty loss i- placed .it a
million dollar-. Several New Jer-;
mv cities are reported lo In
flooded. The storm i- -till raging
over .1 large portion of New York
state.
Organ Opening Concert
In the Baptist Church, Thursday. June loth, at 8.30 p.m. Solos on new orpan. vocal solos,
readings, etc: excellent program.
Tickets oOc. John E. Davey,
Organist and Choirmaster.
131-137
r
������~������
For
j (rom th�� r>ulh*Ml corner of Lol 306U, these* AU
chain* toutb, tfav&c* 40 chiini wart, tbenc* 4U
cnncj Dorth, thane* 40 cbalna anal lo pomt of
oumm*DC*cnat.i, conuining 160 acrw mor* ur laaa<
LALCHLAN JOHN SHANAHAN
Datad AprU 17. Ull.
Tub. Mat- tf.
Skeana Land UUirict��� Dlalrict of Caaaiar
Taka actio* that 1. John L. Mitcbcll of rnr.ee
Kup*rt. 11. C. occupation bookkeeper, inund lo
apply  fur pcrnrnaton lo  puicbaaa ih*  following
dtacnkwd lacda:
Cosm*ncia( at a poat planted about (&) fit*
rr.hn aoutb and tl) ono rnlla wwt of ihe forka of
lb* % hoe and Klat men. tbvnc* nortb au chaina
thenc* aut &o cbalna, tbeno* aouth 90 chain*.
tbene* *��*l *U cnaina.
Dated April It, Ull.        JOHN L. MITCHELL
Pub. May 13 Fr&nda S. rr��et��n. A(*nt
Skvtna Land Dwtrict���Dtatrict of Caaaiar
Tak* noiico that I Krancla S. Praaton of Princ*
Rupart, B. C. occupalion pruapector. intend tc
apply  for pcnr.uawn  to purchaa* th* following
deaenbed landa:
Commandite at a poat plnnted about tbn*
mil* aoutb and two mtlaa weal of lb* forka ol
tb* White and Flat nv*ta, tb*ne* aoutb bO chain*
tbvnoa eaat *0 chaiu, tbene* nortb bO cbalna,
thenca wnt t*v chaina.
Dated April 20, Ull.     FRANCIS S. PRESToN
Pub Af ay U
Skevna Land Diatriet���DUtrict ot Cout Range i*
Tak* note* that 1. Jo* Jack of Price* Rtprft,
11- C occupaUon carp��nt*r, intend to apply for
permiaaion to purehu* tb* (uUoming dwenbed
Unda:
Commendng at a poat planted about thrc*>nd
one>hal( milaa distant tn a aoutb w*��t��rl> direction
from a blind alough from ub*erv*-,cr> Inlet wber*
th* aama touchea the Indian Raanve tbence cut
p0 eha na. thenc* *tun bo ehalni. thenea wutMi
chair*, thence aoutb 60 ehaina lo point of commencement, containing 610 acrw more or lew.
Dated Apnl 14, Ull. JOK JACK
Pub. May 13.
Skeena Land Diatriet���Diatriet of Cout Range &
TU* notitt that 1, B*U Hall Kenney ot Yar
mouth, Nora Scotia, occupation mimed woman.
. Intend to apply for p��rmiaaion lo purchaa* lb*
, lollowing deaerlbed landa:
Comm*ncing at a poat plantvd at nnrth eut
Before huytn* mur Stove or Kane* aee  A. J    eorner of T. L Lot 3&2*>, thenee raining w*rt 40
lialland. McBride and Fifth Ave      O-���*. ** .*���*   ebair.*.  thenc* north  bO ehaina,  thonc* eut  40
from 114. I2*t-;r~ chain*, tbenc* aouth SO cbalna to place ot com-
m. *___m *m* __m���m. __ m m*nc*m*nt  containing   32u  aerea  mor*  or   lea*.
Parrot.   Appor C. B Wark 4 Co.. 3rd Av*. My po*t to on aouth wut corn*r ot land appU*-l
tor. marked letter* S. m*, about on* mil* wwt ot
    Laka Lakalw, aouth aid* ot Skevna liver Dtnrict
AUkindinf wcond hand foodt bought and *-   \    ot Coaat Run fr.
F. M.Crotbr. Third Ave. faetw**n Tth *r,.l -th   Dated AprU Z\*. Ull.      BLLL HALL KEN Kit
��tr**t*. 117-tf Pub. Mur 13. John Havarty. Agent
A    ***��������� ed advertiwment. pertiitently print��d, |
will tell anything of value.
:.--: i
Dated AprU ti, Ull.
Pub. Apnl tt.
WILUAM JOHN COKLKY
Skaena Land Dlalrict ��� Diatncl of vjuwn ��....;:���
Ulaods
Taka notic* that Ooorg* W. Araott of Pnnce
Uupert, ti. CL occupauoa raal wiaui bnklfi
inivoda to apply for panmaaion lo ,. i ��� . me
following daacnoed Und*:
Commencing al a poat planted limi NTH
���"..*. and oaeHtalf nul* wwl and on* ;:...������ .--.���...
from lb* moutn ot Stanly Cr��*k, Naian llaru^r,
Uianoe waat ao enata*, tb*no* aouio �� &__$_��,
iheccu aut ao ebaina, thane* north so e&aitu.
Datod March 17. Ull. OLD. W. A.. .    . .
Pub. Apnl WL Numa Dacncn, Ageat
Skwna Land DlaUict���Dlitrict of Cawiar
Tak* nolle* that I. Alice M. Knouaa o( lnr.ee
Rupert, 1>. C.. oecupatlon mamed woman, ir.t*n>l
to apply tor permiaaiun to purchaaa lb* foiloeitg
ilaacnbed landa:
Commencing at a poat plantod about i*o tmie*
aoutb and two milu wwt of the forks ol Wtu*
and Flat rivera, tbane* north 60 cnaina, tfcttM
eut &0 ebaina, ib*nc* aoutb no chains, t&cace
wwt 50 Chauia,
Dated Apnl M, Ull. Ai.l*. 1. M. KNOl S L
Pub. Mu 13. Francia S. Praaton, Agtnt
Skwna Land Diatrict���Diatncl ot Coul Range j
Ttkt nolo* that I, John lean i'ntnul In^ca
Hupurt, U. C, occupat on clerk. Intend to *,,.}
lur parmiaalon to purchaw lhe (ulloaing d��a|t>*l
anda:
Commancing at a poat planted about three aa
one-halt milw uiatnnt n a aoulh wwterly d reel ua
Irom a blind alough from Ubaervatory ulM "'���"���
tne aame louchw lh* Indian Kwertv, t.'.er.ce
��wl 60 chaina, thenc* nortb bO chaina, tti-:.c��
���ul 60 chain*, ih*nc* aouth bO ebaina to pofaM e
cvmoivocvment, coniuning 640 acrw morv ur iom
Datvd April It, UU. JOHN  IVAN  i'LThlU
i'ub. Ma)- 13,
Sknna Und Diatrici-Diatrict ot Coaal i.
Tako nolle* that 1. Cbarlw A. V��4gtun el
Princ* Rupert, U. C, occupation mareban;, lattM
to apply (or parnuwion lo purchaw th* touoeing
dascntml laada:
Commenang at a port planted on tbe ��.*,'-.
bank of biehutnaika Hiver and about lour :r.i.��
from iu eonlluanc* with the Skerna RlftTi UMM
���0 cbalna ***t, thenc* bo chain* nortn, Um
chains wwt, tbeno* 00 ebaina aouth to point ol
commencement, conuining bio acrw morv or *****
Datvd Apnl 31, Ull CHARLES A. Y.M OllAN
Pub. Apnl 'im.
Skwna Land District���District of Caasiar
Tak* no-it* that  1, Swan  liallen of IWIgi
B.  C,  occupatloo  enrponur. inund  to  * ��� ������
tor pormlwion lo purchaw tbe tollo��iog dwenw
r p*rn
oda:
ONLY TWO WEEKS MORE
We must close out this stock of Furniture in two weeks time.   A chance
to buy first class Furniture at practically your  own   prices.    :   :   :
Towmitei
-orr��R rot bai.f.-
 H Farm and Fruit Landt
-JOINT WHIM AM> HOLS AORMTB Of-
Fort George Tovm.ite Mawett Towntite
heau orrtOEt- w .Bowaa auttowo. VAMconvaa. i~\
Local Office: am., ai��k Sixth Street
\&xx__oaooa*A*t*XA^^
Won  Suit.
The  following  gentlemen  won
Mtits in Sloan &��� Company's Suii
(lulis on S.itunlay:
No.   7���Otto Nation,
8���C. G. Thome.
9���A. R. Phillips,
io   11. W. Miller,
11���J. J. Root/.cs.
12   M. R. McLeod.
18���W. J. 3andtU,
14���W. N. Riley.
Dining Room Chairs, quartered oak, poliah-ed,
leather pad seat, 5 plain chairs and
1 arm  chair,  worth $45.00,   now    C O C
only     t^LO
Dining Chairs, good designs,  hardwood,   oak   finish,   regular fl.35,    QA.
now only, each     ��/UC
Cl.itTonier   with 5 drawers,   English   Bevel
PlHte Mirror, Quarter sawed
Golden Oak,  regular value    COO   CA
141.25. now only     f ��o. JU
Mahogany  Dining  Room  Suite; 1 lound top
extension table, 5 plain chairs, 1 arm chair,
verv handsome buffett;   regular
value   1181.50.      Will   sell  this ��lor
suite for  $1��D
2 only  Brass  Beds,  regular  value    C1 Q
$27.60, to clear at     $ 1 O
Buffet in quartered  oak. Mission   finish,    regular  value    *Q7   CA
$55.00. to clear at        *fOl.D*J
Comnwocini ** * po��t pUnWd ��bout iS. ir.lle.
-cult, *ai om, 1) mil. mm* ol tb. lork. ot Ua. �� Ul*
tnd hut tl-mn. tb.no so -chain, wutli, th.r��M
cuiu ����t, tb.s�� ��0 ehiiu nortb, tune. ��v
a .11     .       ��Mt.
U.twl AprU IS, 1.11. SWAN BALLPj
1Mb. '-'.., U. Krmnci. i 1'n.ton. A|����
SliaMna UnJ Uutnct -Uu'.r.c: A Cat
T*k* n-utut iti.l I, Lionel DaMV       ' -
\et,   li.  C-  occupsUon   min��r,  int.n i
tot pcrroiauon to purcoM. tb. foUowing j��.cr.ta*>a
land.. A
lomrauicin. >t > poti plant.) -��� >���
��� of Lot ����!, Han*, i. Com
t 40 chain., th.no wun '
40 cfaaiaa, th.no north HO en..*> <���
point ot eomm.nom.nL ..   . ,
PtMd March U, l'Jll.       UONi:i. K.
Pub. AprU 22.
a Und Dlalrict���Diatrtct A Coa.: Baal *
Tak* nutlet that Eldon M, L��t>i>.r ��� \**_l
Ont.'  occupation  doctor,  inland. M  '������>.'_[
parmuaion  to  pu/chaat  tha (oUoalnj il-**""
landai
Cocnmanclni at a pot plants UB
nat .cotnar lj  Ixit 1��2��, tbano ta.1 M c.��ij
mora or laaa, thano aouth 4S chain, ma re .:
ih.no wot 30 ebaina mon or I....
45 ebaina moo or loaa to point ot cotni-o' ���* *-
aaontaininf 14-Ja.cm moo or laaa- m  _,._,,.,,,���_,
Datad March 31, lull    ELDON a DtT*lI.M{
rub. AprU !��' John Campl*J. .*!>"
5= SWori. land Diatrict���Diatrict ol Coul i-'-.''
S Taka notio lhat Mra. L. C. rutnam �� ��� *
3= I aui, Minnoou, occupation marrmi ,ony
=g ! intanda to apply lor permHaion to purcr..i�� "������
S ' (ollowint daacribad landa: .  _.._
������I    I'omrr.aanclna at. pon planted at tr.. ���*���  ���
\WWW   corner ol Lot No. I7J3 niarKed Mr.. L I - '"";*?'
____m   northeaat  e-vner, theno wot 40 ChaiM. ***^
=�� I wuth  SO chaina   theno eaat  40 c^.alr������. '���"���
=5   north ��0 ebaina to pot oj comm.nonietii. f
���������   taining 320 aero mor. or loa.     _     .   _,,.r_,_j
--mt   D.ted Much 20 1911.      MRS. LC, 1 I J**S,
3 i Pub. April U. Gea R. Putn.ro .��������
= Skona Und Diatriet���DUtriet ol t_*m*_* Ro
___=      Take notio thai I, Alfred Kyi* of I ttm* ���*���
���m   pen,   B.   C,   -oecupatlon   electrician,   1,""",,10
___Z   .pply for permlation to purchao the m^
mm, . al-ncril^d landa:
I     Commencina at a port planted about   ���     . ,
mitae nuth o" th. foVk. of tbe White 'A **���
��� riren, theno 80 cnaina aouth, tbenc.
, -Mat,  theno -SO ehaina nortb, thenre
thro*
FUt
cfciiw
Dated April IS, 1911.
. Pub. May U.
ALFIIKI' KYTlj
Francia S. Prcl-i- .*.*"���*
ni t��
.in!
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
.Nc
Countless bargains in Beds, Bedding, Mattressess, Springs, Dressers,
Tables,  Carpets and all kinds  of  House   Furnishings.   :   :   :   :
Skona Und Dtotriet-DUtrlet ot t����������������'     ,
I     Take notio that I. Jamo Millar t"*"*'*^
;   Stewart. H. l\, occupation .torekeet"'���
.   ��|i|al>   (or permiiawion to purchaa* th.
;   'le^ribed land.: ,     ,    ��� r i>
���       rommencim at a poet   planted ab-ul oi    ^
���   north from the   Naaa river and awn..
���! alwie the fork, of tb* Naaa rl.er. thenci
; , chain.,  theno weat 80 chaini. thenc,' ���
I chain., theno eaat 80 chain, to polntol
H5 ; ment. nntainina 6td acre, more or Itm-       ,-
=; JAMES MILLAK WHMTJJJ
S I DatH March 24, 1911.  Prank Sidney WtH"''
AP
j rub. M.y 17.
=��   No Reasonable Offer Refused
Estate of The Brin   Furniture Co.    S!   T.t*w";!^n.i.V1lrin.
C. B. LOCKHART
No. 15 is now Open (or mgnntures.
Assignee  =
  O"**n' c��8m **
Stewart, il.'l-.VoiseupaUon"plumber, II
appl)   for permiarton  to purchaw lh. ���'""
'iwcribed landla
t'ommencine at a
north of Hie S��� ...��� -m��� ...
���bo��*  th* fork,  ol  the Naa.  Hi��"   "J
thenw  north   CO  chain., theno eart
point   ot   enmmencement
more or lem.
��� poit planted __***_ ���"'2
����' *!"��� -*_*_-*_l-S**.
itre.tf'
rhains
Mnt.inlni   6W
IR
D.ted March 21.
Pub. May 17.
DKRTIE ��WW WW'S
1911.   Frank Sidney �� "l"1'

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