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The Daily News
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
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Prince Rupert, B.C.. Wednesday, May 3, 1911.
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TORONTO REJOICES AT
ADVENT OF CHEAP POWER
Jubilant Scenes This Morning When Sir James Whitney Pressed the Button that Connected  the
Factory Wheels of Toronto to the
Energy at Niagara Falls
(Canadian Press Dispatch)
roronio, May '��������� In tlu: pros-
cm- ui an enormous crowd, cs-
limatcd .ii fully ope hundred
thousand people, Sir Janu-s Whitney, Premier of Ontario, this mom*
int; pressed the linger <>f Hon
Adam Beck to die electric button
which connected tin1 factory wheels
nf Toronto wiih tin- giant water-
i���,\ut nf Niagara. It was the
culmination of three years of work,
and ilu' crowning triumph of the
Whittle} administration a
Great Hydro Electric Scheme
|,i pressing ilu- linger of Hon.
Ail.un Beck to ilu- button, the
Premier signified ilu- credit due
in his Minister, who for tlu- past
tlirtr years has devoted himself
in ilu? problem of cheap power.
While in thf Cabinet "without
. .;uai iiniiai," Hon. Adam Beck is
recognised as "the Power Minister." Thc scheme evolved under
his direction hus resulted hi the
manufacturing towns of Ontario
lui p supplied with cheap power
direct   from   Niagara.     The  On-
' tiirio Government has made contracts for the purchase of power
in large quantities at Niagara,
from the different power companies, has liuilt an immense transmission system on towers over
the country, and delivers power
at low rates lo lhe municipalliit-s.
A Jubilant Crowd
The occasion of the official
Opening partook of lhe nature of
a general holiday, All the political
liotlies, as well as tin- manufacturers association, joined the ccrc-
niony. Lieutenant Governor Gib-
son, Mayor Geary antl the City
Council wiih tin- members of the
Legislature ami special gut-sis hail
seal* on a raised platform outride
tlu- Cily Hall. In the Cily Hall
Square the crowds surged, slopping
the street car traffic. Their noise
was so great, that il was impossible
for lhe speakers to deliver their
speeches.    These will   lie  printed
in the newspapers instead.
In the crush several people were
hurt, ami hail lo lie removed to
the hospital, hut no serious injuries were recorded
A GIRL SHOT
AT KAMLOOPS
Celia Demarchi Victim of Unknown Assailant
ITALIAN AFFAIR
Fifteen Year Old Girl Went to
Open Door, and was Immediately Shot in Both Legs Police Investigating Mystery.
(Canadian Press Dispatches)
Kamloops, May 3, -A mysterious shooth g affair in the Italian
t|imrier i- perplexing the police
who mispect ivvi", ge or jealousy
at thf lii.iii.in uf ii. Cells Demarchi, an Italian girl of lificc,
years is ilu- victim. Late last
aighi -in* was summoned to tie
'*������"> ol her father's house by a
"'lid   knock!', g.     As   BOOVl   as   she
���  etl   iii*  door   she   was   shot
both legs li> gome ut k; own
"n. The girl is badly injured,
"! doctors tear she will have lo
have both legs amputated.
NEW BISHOP IS CHOSEN
Ven.   Archdeacon   Clark   Will
Succeed Bishop of Niagara
(Canadian Press Dispatch)
Hamilton, May 3.���At a special
Bession of the Synod of Niagara
today called i<> elect a new bishop
lo succeed lhe late Rev. Dr.
DuMoulin as Bishop of Niagara,
ihe choice fell upon tin- Venerable
Archdeacon W. R. Clark of Hamilton.
BUILD NEW POLICE STATION
More Commodious Premises to
Be Constructed  Forthwith
Today Chief Vickers is informed
that new quarters for the police
will be erected on ihe comer of
Third avenue and Fourth street
opposite the new Bank of Montreal, lhe new premises will be
roomy and comfortable, well adapted to the needs of the Chief of
Police ami his staff.
Mr. P. Mullen, late head barkeeper of the Royal Hotel, has
accepted a similar position at the
Central Hotel (Mr. Peter Black).
Pete will be pleased to have all
his old friends eall on him there.
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j BASEBALL SCORES j
Northwestern League
Spokane 3, Tacoma 1.
Other games postponed owing to
rain.
National League
Philadelphia ti, Boston 5.
New Vork f>, Brookly 4.
Pacific Coast
Portland 2, Vernon 0.
Oakland ;">, Sacramento 2.
'Frisco ti, Los Angeles 3.
American League
Washington :>, Boston 0.
Detroit 7, St. Louis 1.
New York 7, Philadelphia 1*
PLEASANT SOCIAL EVENING
Held at the Home of Mr. and
Mrs. Hauley.   Many Guests
Friends of Mr. anil Mrs. Hauley
spent a very enjoyable time at
their home on Seventh avenue
the other evening. Music, dancing, and games wen- arranged for
by Mrs. ami Miss Hauley whose
guests were also entertained to an
excellent supper. Among those
present were: Mr. and Mrs. M.
Craig, Mr. and Mrs'. O'Neill, Mrs.
S. Johnson, Miss Craig, Miss
Brown, Miss Lockhart, Miss Holtby and Miss Grant; also Messrs.
McTavish, Sinclair, Phelan. Waugh
O'Neill, McFarlane, Wallace, Gur-
di, Helgerson, Stedham anil Harris.
BRITISH TROOPS LANDED
IN STREETS OF CANTON
Men From Four British War-Ships With Quick-Firing
Guns Quell Chinese Riots   Horrible Sights
Witnessed After Conflict Between
Troops and Rebels
(Canadian Press Dispatch)
HUGE ROCK DOES DAMAGE
TO THIRD AVENUE RESIDENCE
Mass Weighing Six Hundred Pounds from Nick Stroga's Contract
Crashed Through Roof of C. B. Wark's Home---Narrow
Escape of Mrs. Wark---Parlor is Wrecked---
Overcharge of Powder Probable Cause
Havoc was wrought iai the home
of Ci B. Wark on Third avenue
this morning by a heavy blast
shot on Nick Struga's station
contract jusi behind the police
lation. A huge rock weighing
over six hundred pounds was
Hung high in lhe air and crashed
down on lhe roof of Mr. Walk's
house just above the parlor. Rending its way through timbers and
ceiling the mass, just missing a
handsome fauteil, eul through the
thick carpel antl buried itself in
ilu- Hour.    It took six mm to get
it out, anil the whole room was
upset by the concussion.
Narrow Escape
Fortunately 'Mrs. Wark was in
the kitchen at lhe moment. A
very fe�� minutes before the shot
she had been in the wrecked room.
Every one who saw the upheaval
caused by ilu- blast expected to
hear of injuries or even loss of
lifo. Other houses were fairly
sprayed with spattered muskeg
ami smaller pieces of rock. The
veranda of Mr. I). Mcl.cod's
home was wrecked, and Mr. Vernor W. Smith's white house pre
sents a mottled appearance owin*
chiefly to muskeg. Wires on th1'
light poles across tlu- street were
dislodged, and an insulator was
shattered,
Difficulty yesterday with the
bore for this blast which was
being loaded is said to be the
cause of today's smash. The
charge burnt out yesterday, and
the boring was reloaded today.
It is though I that some of the
old charge may have remained in
thc hole making lhe shot loo
heavy. Chief Vickers is looking
into the matter.
DISTRICT   COMMANDER
HERE
Col. Wadmore of Victoria, Will
Inspect Local Soldiers
To make au official inspection
of Earl (.rey's Rifles, Colonel Wad-
more, officer commanding Militia
Disirici No. 11, arrived in the City
this afternoon on lhe S. S. I'ri.-ce
Ruperl from Victoria.
The local regimel will parade
tonight al eight o'clock in the
armory, where the inspection will
be made.
CANDIDATES NAMED FOR
VACANCY IN WARD TWO
W, J. Alder and George Phillpotts Asked by Friends to
Enter Aldermanie Field to Fill Vacancy Caused by T.  D.  Pattullo���Petitions in
Their Favor Circulating
Thursday, May 11, is fixed for
election day and the polling booth
will beat the Cily Hall.
1 VV. Alden and George Phil-
i'"1 is are named as likely candi-
lHlea f<" lhe by-election In Ward
- I" lill  the vacancy in  the city
council caused by the resignation
1,1 T, I). Pattullo.
Petitions In favor of the men
mentioned are being circulated
''V_ Mends. It is understood thai
"either of tho two have definitely
decided to consent to nomination.
( ity Clerk Woods is now open
'" receive nominations and will
remain bo until two o'clock Mon-
'l;lV afternoon. Nomination forms
ca" ho obtained from him,
From Cafe to Fruit Store
The old Washington Cafe on
Second avenue has been leased
for three years to Sam Cowan
who will reopen the place as a
wholesale and retail fruit store.
Coming and Going
Thirty-eight    passengers    went
south on the S. S. Princess May on
Monday night.     Fifteen from the
north landed here.
WANT UNION
OF CHURCHES
District    Methodist   Ministers
Favor Radical Change
MAYOR'S WELCOME
Public Meeting Last Night Discussed Union of Presbyterian
Congregational and Methodist Churches Not a Dissenting Voice Heard.
Not a single dissenting voice
was heard lasl night when the
subject of church union of the
Methodist, Presbyterian and Congregational churches was discussed
at a public session held in thc
Methodist church near llieG. T. P.
Annex, of the conference of thc
Methodist ministers of all lhe
churches in this district. A vote
lo determine who is and who is
not in favor of the union will be
taken at the meeting of thu conference today and every delegate
has intimated that he will vote in
favor of the union.
Since the first joint committee
of the three churches in question
met in Toronto, December 21,
1904, to talk over the advantages
of joinging together as one church,
Rev. (1. II. Raley of Fort Simpson,
chairman of the meeting, explained
the subject has become a prominent
one. "There is nothing iu lhe way
of the evangelical churches uniting," lu- said. "There is a scarcity
of men (or tlie church work and
ihis would help solve the difficulty.'
On the Road
"We are a long way on the
road towards the consummation
of the marriage of the churches,"
stated Rev. J. C. Sing. "Difficulties may bc in the way, but
these may vanish with the actual
union He spoke al some length
on the many phases of ilu- proposition   and   concluded   with   the
remark: "I for ont- believe that
the bodies of Protestantism would
be greatly benefitted by the union."
Gave Warning
"(io slow." was the warning
issued by Dr. R. W. Large of I'ort
Simpson, who explained that when
the Congrcgationalists of Canada
voted on ihe subject some time
ago   only   fifty   per   cent   of   lhc
members <>f ilu- church took advantage of the opportunity to
vote and only H.r> per cent of those
who did vote were in favor of the
union. He also submitted that it
was believed lhat an approximate
number of Presbyterians in favor
of the change was two to one.
Dr. Large, however, saitl, personally he was in favor of the proposition aud would vote accordingly.
Mayor Welcomed Visitors
Mayor Manson maintained thai
Northern B. C. would materially
gain by a banding together of
lhe three chinches and in a short
speech gave his reasons for his
belief. Then, on behalf of the
citizens of Prince Rupert, he
welcomed the visitors here. Rev.
Mr. Raley replied to the welcome.
Divisions Harmful
"lt is a hopeful sign of lhe times
thai church union is being discussed," contended Dr. Kergin
and lu- avowed that divisions in
religious matters caused a waste of
lime and money.
Dr. J. C. Spencer of Skidegate,
Rev. W. II. Pierce of Port Essington aad C. S. Reihlick of
Port Kilamaal, also spoke in
favor of the union,
SIR WILFRID
MAY GO YET
Rumor That  Parliament  Will
Move an Adjournment
IT  IS UNLIKELY
Government is Pledged to Put
Reciprocity   Through- Hon.
Mr. McBride and Mr. Bowser
Expected at Ottawa at End of
the week.
(Canadian. Press Dispatch)
Ottawa, May 3.���There is a
rumor here this morning that the
House will order an adjournment
in order to permit Sir Wilfrid
Laurier to attend the Coronation,
and that the House will resume
early in lhe fall, pass a Redistribution Bill, and put reciprocity
through after going to lhe country.
ll is not considered likely thai
this will be done, as it would
delay reciprocity till the end of
the year, and the government is
pledged to put tlu: pact through,
at an early date,
lion. Mr. McBride, Premier of
British Columbia and Hon. Mr.
Bowser are expected here al the
end of the week to confer with the
Conservative leaders.
Gone Inland
11. B. Rochester of Rochester
& Munroe, left for Hazelton on
the Inlander yesterday on a business trip.
Hong Kong, May 3.���A large
del.'.thine,'i of British marines and
blue jackets with rapid tire guns
landed today at Canton, from four
British warships in lhe harbor to
tpiell lhe native riots which have
broken cut again.
A battle took place in the streets
of the city before the British
iroops were landed, The native
troops and the rebels fought with
great ferocity. The details forwarded here tell of tierce lighting
throughout the whole district. The
report to the naval commander,
says lhal as the British force
marched through the streets, tin y
passed countless corpses.
The native vengeance hatl been
exacted upon those Buspected of
favoring progress. Nearly all the
headless bodies were clad in European dress. A large number of
queue-less heads were exposed in
prominent places on the Streets
of Canton. The troops will remain for fear of further outbreaks.
SEND-OFF FOR GEORGE
LEEK
To Represent Earl Grey's Rifles
at tbe Coronation
On Friday night in tin- K. of P
Hall Earl Grey's Ritles will hold a
smoker iu honor of Color Sergeant
George Leek who will shortly
take his departure for England
with the contingent of Canadian
Regimental representatives for the
Coronation.  A capital programme
of songs ami instrumental music is
being provided for, and there will
it- first ra.te refreshments. All
members of Earl Carey's Rifles ami
their friends will be in attendance.
Cigars for High Score
Tonight the Foley, Welch &
Stewart bowling team will match
the Ca. T. P. contingent iu Morrison's alley. To the man on
either team making ihe highest
individual score, Mr. Morrison
will give a box of good cigars
ANOTHER SECHELT VICTIM
Body of Woman Found Floating in English Bay
(Canadian Press Dispatch)
Vancouver, May 3.���A gruesome
lind was made by a fisherman in
English Bay last night. It was
the badly decomposed body of a
woman, with the clothing almost
all gone from ber body, and with
hair about two feet long streaming
in the waves. The men did not
make any attempt to recover it,
owing lo its shucking condition.
There is little doubt but thai it
is the body of one of lhe victims
of ihe Sechelt disaster.
One George Has Paid
lp lo date only one George of
the city has come through with a
donation io buy King George V.
a coronation souvenir ami ihis
lone one is the loyal soldier ol thc
King, (ieorge Leek. Cily Treasurer Woods says that if any other
Georges want to conic through
they nuisi hurry as tin- money
collected has got lo be in Victoria
I iv May la.
WANT PEACE
IN MEXICO
Federal Envoy Offers Terms to
the Rebel Leaders
TO CONFER TODAY
If Successful Terms Can be Arranged the Rebellion May
Come to a Speedy End Envoy is Sent by President Diaz.
(Canadian Press Dispatch)
El  Paso,  May 3.���Tlu* war iu
Mexico  may  conn-   to  a   speedy
end now.   I'or lhe lime being then-
is   a   truce.     Today   the   special
peace envoy sent by Presidenl
Diaz antl ilu- Federal Government
will meet with ilu- rebel leaders.
Tlu- peace envoy arrived here
yesterday, ami a conference was
speedily arranged. The inability
of the Government troops to dislodge   the  rebels  makes  it   likd}
that the Government will deal
generously w ith die rebels t<> secure
peace, rather than enter on a
renewed ami larger campaign.
HON. FRANK OLIVER ASKS
FOR AN INVESTIGATION
Says That There is no Foundation   for Charge That
He Used His Influence for Personal Benefit
Committee of Five to be Appointed
with Power to Investigate
(Canadian Press Dispatch)
Ottawa,   May  3.- The  charges
made bv Mr.  Dan  McGilllcuddy
made a statement  to tlu- effect
that there was no foundation (or
the charges.    He stated   that he
The first boat this week for thc
north will be the S. S. City of
Seattle. The S. S. Stale of California will go south on Friday
morning.
against Hon. Frank Oliver, that had made the recommendation
he accepted a gift of 150,000 fori that the company be allowed to
using his influence to have ani select Saskatchewan lands instead
exchange of lands made to benefit lot Manitoba lands, but that in
it railway company, are in be I recommending lhe transfer, he
investigated by a parliamentaryIdid so in tlu- public interest, and
committee of live.    This is to be not for any private benefit.
done at the request of Hon. Mr.|   The Cabinet decided this mom-
Oliver, who promptly asked for ing to grant an Investigating COR
an investigation as soon as be I mil lee. ll is expected thai llicr
heard of the charges against bis will be more discussion of th
character. matter when  it is brought  up i
When he made the request he | the House. ������
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Question
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Tlu- occasion may lit- what
it will; it is our duty to be
ready to supply you, and we
can tlo it too.
With pleasure to you because of the size of display;
with profit to you because of
our ability to sell close.
When the gift question presents itself let ub show you
how easily we can match your
ideas.
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Jeweller
RESERVES
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Bishop DuVernet Talks on Indian Land's Question
HEAVILY BURDENED
Loyal to King Owing to Efforts
of Church Bishop Advocates
a Commission to lnvestiagte
the Serious Problem.
rate
to  a nominal price of a cent a word per Insertion.
Classified Advertising Column tm- touay.
I en-   is  our
Watch   it   grow,
in an
interview granted to Mr
George M.  Murray of the Van-
couver World last Thursday, Bishop DuVernet who is now in Vancouver with his sun on a visit to
frit-nils, discussed the situation "ii-|-iu,v
the Indians in Nortiien B. C.
The interview reads:
"Through the influence of the
Church of Christ, and that influence alone, the Indians of northern
British Columbia remain loyal to
His Majesty King George \'.' "���
ihis striking sentence, I lithe  Bishop of Caledonia,
diocese covers one quarter
of a million square miles in northern
British Columbia anil uniler whose
Though rome ol the reserves are
of ilu- besl land in the country,
thev are nol .ill of the kind that
suit die Indian, Yet like children,
they are forced to live upon them
or go without altogether,
Looks to Ottawa
" '|| is for thc federal government,' avowed Bishop DuVernet,
'to come to the protection and aid
of these people in the north. They
shoultl be guarded from Ottawa,
are being dlspossa
hunt ing
vaders
without
reason
the laml
lamls   l>>
and  they
homes.
ih,n   the
the
are
Vet,
of iheir
white unpractically
I  tlo not
in
I Grace
' whose
Olive Oil
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A Pure Olive Oil j
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C.  H. ORME\
The Pioneer Drugght ���
PHONE   :    ;    ;    82 j
. eye falls the spiritual welfare ol
over 1(1,000 Indians, closed an
interesting interview.
"Bishop Du Vernet, who is in
the city after seven years in tlu
norlh, is probably as well qualified
to discuss the Indian problem now
facing the nation on thc Pacific
coast as any other man.
" 'Intelligent Indians in British
Columbia shoultl be enfranchised
and placed on an equal looting
with the whin- in.tn on the Pacific
coast,' " he declared.
Reserve Policy Bad
" 'The Indian reserve policy in
the norlh country blocks individual
enterprise on the part of lhe red
men. Under this system, (Inlands which the Indians have
lieen allotted are held iu common
by the people. If thc Indians
were given individual free holdings,
thev would greatly benefit.   This
Indians own
s of ihe north. This w.is
probably set forth in die proclamation made by King George
III. But I cannot see why they
shoultl be recognized as the lawful
they
.   They
are not getting their rights.
" 'A commission should be appointed from Ottawa, I would
BUggest,' saitl the bishop. 'The
whole question should la- gone
thoroughly into by this commission and the reasonable claims of
the Indians granted.' "
owners of the province.   Yet
are being encroached upon.
The basket ball .game billed for
tonight has been postponed indefinitely owing to difficulties in
getting the teams together.
Lost and Found
A rlmmflml lulvortlM-maanl will iiiliml'"'1' >"" "'
tin* loter of tin* article you've found-on miro-
iliii>liun nl linn iijiI iiiHMirtiiiu't*.
FOUND -On thoitap., between Fruer nnd Ful-
tun Sm.. a Imlf not nr lul-i* Teeth,   AP(l
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ulmi 2 raanna furnlialml.   nnii-iinnr. I��* ��'' '; ���]''
im.l7th Ave.  Apply on premlaei.  uutior. **���
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Help Wanted
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ring Bfoceriee. Appl��
liny Wantail.   Apply ot OpUml.t Oflice,      M-tl
Oik-At Ivok Hotel, M.i-iu. Qrehtm Wend
III per month.   Applv Chief Stewanl^Prinoe
Albert.
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Houses Wanted
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td. I tu il ronni��. If location ��nd I'i"'' Mill
ma* 1 will ra'nt tha'in myi*.*lf md M* ''''"' '" '"'"
vnnca*. nn avtaltinar. nu listing. Phone me today.
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nii.la.il. nualvrr. convenii'tica***. clime in. I all
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GAVE THEM
PRESENTS
Dr. and Mrs. Kergin Honored
by Port Simpson Folk
LIVED THERE EIGHT YEARS
LAND LEASE NOTICE
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mil.
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Got
Re-
Presentation Took Place
Saturday. Mrs. Kergin
Silver Tea Set. Doctor
ceived Beautiful Dressing Bag
Illuminated Address Was
Read.
Board Wanted
WANTEO-Baoon and bond In print)
X.M.. Ontlmi��l Ollla-.
family.
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Fire  Insurance
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CANTON
OUR SI'KCIAl.TY-Klra* Insurance.   Worepre*
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In.uranra* Company, cm   i*l An*, anil KiiltmiSl.
THR Brittih Union end National I'm* humane*
t'.ain|.iiny aaf 1/indon. 1 i iluliil. with iianitnl
of fewm.iioil.lai. Seen-fir ratei*. The Marl,
lti*nlly ami liiaiiranceC**tii|*aany. Tn-lf
tlVWlMMA^^V^WaVlVW' I
WANTED
������-^���������~--���-lOt-�����"^-���������-������
A local representative is wanted
for a territory tributary to Prince
Rupert to sell the hardy non-irrigated nursery stock grown by the
Oregon Nursery Company, Orrn-
co, Oregon. Liberal terms. Party
must  come   well   recommeiiileil.
..-....^. U'iii:i-:s>.-
Oregon Nursery Company
Oregon
Orenco
ilu-1
of
Reilly's Bakery Lunch
** -
A.;.
M
enu
nr.
Cak
Chocolate, Jelly Roll, White, Plain
Cookies (Ifi
Plain. Knot, liiainrr. Caarrnway
Doughnuts IIS
Uml' Cakes  05
Lady Finjeri .05
Macaroni 05
lint lorn lira-ail 05
Qrahani Owns 05
Hot Buns 05
l'liain aar Unknot 1'owiIit
Bnad ami Hotter	
Toast .	
riniii nr lliitti'riil
Sandwlenai
Cold Meat	
Fried Kgg	
Sardine	
Chipped Beef	
I'l'iuiut Mutter
.05
,08
.05
.10
.15
.10
Pie
Bllead Aiaiai,-. Lotnon. Cuourdi
kin. Minca*. Eta
Cup Custard	
Charlotte Kusse	
Jellies, all flavors	
Rainbow Jelly	
Marmalade	
J am	
Homemade A���*arta*al
Rice ( mam	
Cheese
Cream.
... .10
... .06
Pump-
... .10
,., .in
. ,05
. ,05
... .06
. . .10
.   ,06
.10
Baled
eLaren'i   ir,
Potatoqr Cabbage
changed iiaily...
ill
Soupi
Oyster SIim"
l;i��h Ballo (Friday only),
Lobatar Balad
Salmon Balad..
CoM Meata .'.
PM�� .    i a1.'""!*"���"'��� i'nrk
'    lll|l|ll*ll    Uoiaf	
PorV and Beam.	
V.V,lt*. any aatyl,.
una 	
Twn .../....,
Three	
Breakfast Foodi	
Porridge       	
Ten, Coffee, < nonii	
.    .
Null,        Naaa.a.l, a   I   ,  >.  I I
would encourage enterpnse on
|i.'.ri of tin* more intelligent
them.
" 'Under present conditions,' continued the lii>lio|i. 'tin- liidi.iii>
ure treated like children and not
likt- free men. They have serious
grievances which should be looko!
into and righted.1
Get Queer Notions
" In ilu- Naas Uiver,' said
Bishop DuVernet, 'there ha-a been
,i particularly bad feeling among
ilu- Indian*. There, our missionary
Rev. J. B. McCulloch, is doing
hi-* utinia>i in promote loyally |i>
lhc king. And it is a difficult
i.i>k. ll tin- missionary attempts
to combat tho resentment which
the Indians bear thc land grabbers, the natives gel it int>> their
lit.nls that du- missionary is against tin-in and aiding ilic whitt-
men who arc making it unlivablc
! for ilii-m along tin- rivt-r lianks.
Has No Treaty
'Tin' Dominion government,'
went on the bishop, 'has treated
tlie liiili.iiis ut tin- province very
kindly. I nlikc the prairie provinces, though, ilic llriiish Columbia
native receives no trr.iiy. The
province did nol consult them
about thc reserves given i<> thtin
Thirty Thousand Soldiers May
Revolt Today
INCREASING ALARM
Assassinations and Executions
Every Hour. Grave Fears for
Safety of Foreigners in City
Two British Gun Boats on the
Spot.
(S|H-ci,il to tin; Daily News)
Hang Kong, May '-'. Desperate
conditions prevail at ("anion today.
Thc rebels arc massed aboul du-
city, and though there are thirty
thousand soldiers within the ciiy,
it is feared that they will join the
insurgents, The situation i> growing graver every' moment .Assassinations .mil executions arc happening continually, some sty, every
hour. The gravest possible fe.irs
an- entertained now for the safety
of the foreigners in the cily, Imi
lhe presence of two British gun
boats which are anchored close
by ilu-ciiy tends lo relieve romcol
the anxiety.
Woman   wanted   at   once
Puntorium. 97-tf
at
II IAI.    NOTICK
.08
.10
,21
,15
.80
. :m
. ,16
. .16
. .16
. .in
.. ,16
,80
.. .10
.. ,10
,, .in
llinn Charlame lalamla Uml I n.i rict    Ilialrict ol
Bkaana
Taka* ntitiri' lhat I, Jnlin Mrl,ual ���l Vancnuvfr,
occuiialii'ii bfoltar. Intend In aplily Inr |n run -inr.
tai proapaQI [OF dial ami |n<lrnkum un llai- faallajJAitajJ
a)a*acrilia'il lanala:
l (iimni'iicing at a tmat |ala'Ha*tl alaout twn milea,
ava*att nl tho mouth ail thi* 'll-rl Rivr-l* ami markeil
J . Mcl..  Ni w. Corner, No. t9, timnt* anuih BO
chaina, llnanci* a-a**t B0 chaiia. thence north HO
chaina, thenci* mat *0 chaina tu pnint til cum-
mi*nca*ma*nt;  oontalnlng iiin acn*a. main* ur la**a.
uaia-ii Fab, ii, imi juhn mclbod
Pttb. Ki'li. BS, Clarrnca* Mrli-.aa il. AK,.nt
Skuona l.anil llialrirl lij-iricl nl fnaal Itanpte 6
Tain nutica* thai 1, Clara .May Uttla* nl I'rince
Unl* rt, ll. C, iHTiapaallaan aailnaia<r, inteml to
apply lur in'riniaaiun tu |iurcha*t> the lullnwinit;
<li  aril, al lamia:
Commanelna at a pnst |ai.*anii**i ai tin- north
aarai cnnii*r ul I^ii 178ft, ItiaiiKf ft, Coaal Diatrict
tiartiii' i-ia.-i  iii ehaina. thanea riurih U chaim
thanco vai-al III chain' Ihenre nnrth 20 chalna
iluhre wool lu chnina, tllOOOa anuth IB chaina tn
polnl   nl   rnnimi'iici-niunt,   containinK   112   acn*a
nmra    nr  leaa.
Datad April I. 1011. ci.aiia MAV UTTI.K
i'ul,. April it,
sk.ana Land hi trial   DUtrid ol t a,a��t u��i,��i *
laiki notica lhal I hii.n B   Detwller ut lierlln,
mo.   oooupatlon doctor, Intandi to aiipi.   l,,r
���rrniaaunli   tu   apunhaaa   tM   lOUoWllH
CoimnaMlnj ��i �� poal plantad ai tha anuih-
l_-t*_   r.ariu.,  ,.|   ,,.,   ,.,,.,  ,,���,���,,.
Ss ���' 'J&
;::���::::;',���;;;���,;;:,':;:���:;:.!:;::;'" USSS
 '.MgnhSI, rut   i.i.mis
TO MANAGE
WHITE PASS
Chicago  Man   Has  Just   Been
Appointed
MR.O. L. DICKERSON
Is Vice-president of the Company Controlling All Departments. A. L. Berdoe Retiring
Manager Will Remain Till
End of May.
For eight years Dr. W. T.
Kergin w;is medical superintendent of the General Hospital and
general practitioner in I'ort Simpson. Ill those eight years die
doctor and his wife loved and were
loved by  the people til   lhe  lown
.mil district.
Last January the doctor and his
family decided to come to Prince
Rupert. As soon as the folk ol
Port Simpson learned this they
started to talk of giving presents
tn the Doc and his good ladj
The doctor left before all was
ready for the presentation though
neither he nor his wife knew
anything idiom it.
Summoned the Doctor
Last Saturday the doctor and
Mrs. Kergin were summoned lo
Port Simpson. They went. Dr.
R. \\. Large, now medical super
intendent <>f the hospital, umk die
\isilois in charge. Mr. J. Tlcwin.
president of thc hospital board, and
all ilu- whin- residents of thc place
that could gei around alter supper
to I >r. Largo's parlor did so. There
wen- some informal speeches from
several citizens, some music and
refreshments then Mr. Flewin read
an illuminated address which praised the doctor aid his wife for their
good work while in Port Simpson
ami regretted their going away.
Mr llewi.i on behalf "I thc white
residents ��'i the place presented
Mrs. Kergin with a solid silver
Queen Anne tea Bcrvicc with a
magohany iray and Dr. Kergin
vviili a solid black leather dressing
ll.ataaa* a-.a.l.cl anrala antl nlarlv  faarnlaliaal a..��na   . ,, . .       .  . ,      , ,
l,.r thae.* ,���*r-..na      Al.|*l>   Na-   Janus. Sc.tt    b.lg   lllllv   I1|lllppetl   Willi    X.llll.lblf
BMtaT.. :lnl Aaa*.. I,rl��,*.*n-th anal Uh St.     ���   if
I'tiaata* llaaiaal lay th*   wca*la nr aaaunlii      1!     ���
a*ia<kinir a ,|^*a*ialta     Mia-   R    M   ai. *
Aar.. lataaea*!! Ith ataal ��h Sl��.. |ahane HI,  -'.'ll ,
Real Estate
I A cla.allleal aalvcrtlacmcn' i- a real aetata- Mhaa-
ninn. anal alaaraa not ailun caiunt rluiUKh 'tn
i->.tint ���' In the net rvatilt.
WiLMTirn Tiipiinihaao bta in Saal c.a.a liia-
ini-t -.���������!i..11 i ur tl, a-i.till paymenl iliiaan anil
mnnthly ta*r,aii.   Ain.li P.O. lluv i.'.m.      m;-W
Situations Wanted
A rU��Mll��| Ntlvrrlinrnittit i* H ttr��'lr���� u..ii.-
Imntrr   nm! wlilinn fnilv
Il> *\ r�� i irnml nmn ntul ��if��* ����� r������iK nml hrt|��rr
tti nunintt ��m|i ��r munir> ItMlrl. Atsfily II. I*
T..(l|itlmM. IMI
Boarders Wanted.
Ilk' tu >��U ill'l'l'-
f��r lhal \ncant
A cIbkm:..--! .i,|wiiiM-tt.Bnt willl.i
mnt* for thai vacant rxmm. Of
nlarr m vour uhlc
Wb-II furni-hnl n-.m tn pri vat r h<>im- B ill two
irrnth-ntrn. Kull Imnnl if rmiuiriH). Ur*.
Klrk|iatrlrk. Ithavrmi*.    I'hin
For Sale
A rla����tfi"l a��lvrrtiwntf*nl. |MT��t��t��*nll>- |��nM��l.
will tarllanvthinK ti -.iIup.
I'ma-ilini' Knpmr.  .1  h t*p*|mwrr.
at Krrlr>> llrutf St-rr.
ili�� ii-
A|.|.l>
-101
DooMboU QooiU.   Rooom to te lit    Apply Mi*
Kvjrn. Tlh A>r. ami Taylor 8t. ti��*ar .Summit. '.���>
Ntrf little h��tiT nn hr>w ovprlnoklnir harlB>ir.rli��<*
in. itnly IIOt.ra*h fttO,   W.J.AH.-r.      M-101
Well liiiilt ll f.��>i nmimr bnat. Lodnr mnlain-
In* full r��|ul|i��irnt rcniiotlnit of ��nr i��air of
9|MB>nhlailf **at*. two |>air�� ���(����� nl>ia��(i* twull*.
ttttr pair aph ���-****. two pair* n.wl.��la, map|.
I��lanml liitf ull. I- *|in�� anrhor, HO t**-t mp*
I. *k|p��nl. rixhlrr. tillrr ami >.-Vr Only U<at
in 1. * n Whirh own. r <*��n um* ��ith"Ut U*** of
MitM�� h Vlnir for hu K*^ir **r rarrvinir fl fn>m hi*
ho<jM>. OnvifWM Jiahnaon'a tl*��l l!t��i*��*. !!��>��
Crrrli. I'.O   II.ii ��>. 'T-tf
articles,
Twas Unexpected
Dr. Kergin and Iii- wife >liil nol
expect or suspect any such exhibition of lhc esteem they were
lirld iii by the folk <��i Port Simpson*
The doctor tried to express h^
thanks Imt hadn't enough vocab
ul.ii > Mrs. Kergin was h> grateful ami happy will, like a um
worn.tit. she cried.
Money to Loan
A tltMlltod a��l**rll��rfnp|il wilt Rod y**u it.,   n ��� ���������-
rt with whirh lo put > our iilan Into' tl.-1
HUME BABINQTON
- on tl Ml alda ol tha penlnaula,
chaini ilium; ahore, thonoo woal
w Bay, thonco imrili alona ahora
,'. ui-t iii ohaina moro nr loaa to
^r'^lllAMMUNFOm.
Una uml
thonco wuth ��
in chaini to Go
ll aliiillls,  llll'in
poit, n.llllllllilli:
Datod March 8.
Puh. April It*
Districl nl Coul
I,   llainmin   ol   I'rinci
*   uccupation proanoptori Intanda la
*n tolaaao tha tollowing doaorlbod
Skeuiiii Uand Himnci
Tak,.  notico that   ons
n|i|ily fur pcrmli
lMc!mm.nclna * ��� mj*22*, |��S '1 0QUiSS
of U milo from tha north wort oornw ol uiwO"
Watidon �� s.i.l Qlbion Wind, thenoe wuth 40
ih , Uience wuil 80 chains thoneo north 40
clmiuH thonce weet B0 chains to point otoom-
^noement, conUlning80 �����^hkns6n.
Dated29th Marehi ��9��l
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Bkeena Und Ditrict���District of QUaon ,.,
Tuko _notico  that Qeorge fthnell ������>< ������ ltl
Ruport, It-1-., occupation butche
ol
r, intondi ti
rince
I'Uly
crtboa
(or'permlialon to purohaae the (uiiuvv mi^ i
lands i
Commencing at u post planted about
miloa woat and two mllua Houtli of tho mouiW
Stanley  Croek where it empttei   into ffi0'
Harbor, Graham island, thence 80 ohaiiu 29
thonce 8U chnina weat, thonco 81) chalna T
thenee ��o ohani oaat to point or oommon��IS?T
antl contnininK U-10 ucrea moro orlop '
Dated Murch 17, 11)11
Pub. April 7.
NumaDeme^TgJS
Queen Churlotto lBlanda Lund Diatrict���DUW��i i
Skoonu ��"��ioi
Tako notico that I, J. G. McNub of prinM ���
part, occupation gunorul agent, Intend tc mJ
for permUalon to prospect for coul tttitl ,),,lr..|jw
on tlie following deacribed lunda: '    olLUra
Commencing ut u poat plantetl ul the m*. |i.0M,
corno' of Section U, Townihj) 2  Oraham MaJJ
i lu*iice
1 licnce
point ni
and marked J   G. McN., S. v.. Coi
weat UU chuina, thonco nurth HU cha
uaat SU ehaina, thonce aouth 80 chains
commencement.
Dated Murchi 8, 1011,        J. t;. mcNab
Pub. Murch '25.
Wilson G
OWIng, Auent
Bkeena Land Dlitrlct-Dlatrlct of Coaat
iko notice thut I. Mrs. John Curley  of   1'rim*.
t B.C .occupation married woman, Intandi
to apply !"'"' permission to purchase the following
tlftgorlbod lenda: ,       ,  ..   .   ,
Commencinir at a pott planted 40 chains east
ai.i I20chalm wuth from the eouthWMt cornerm
lot 1733, Coul DIetrlct Range 5, tlience south BO
ehalni thence east 40 chains, thence north B0
ehalni thence wwt 40 chalna more or leu to the
point  of  commencement.  containinK 880 ncres
moMOrto,,,MBa. JOHN (Lottie) CORLEY
Data Mar. 80, WU
Pub, Apr. i. 1911
Bkeena Land District���District of Coaat Uange 6
Taki- notiee that Mary Hell Beaton of Vancou
ver, H. C*. occupation aplnater, intends to apply
for iMTmiasioii to purcham the following doacribed
'aims: ,       a     .  .*. .i
Commaodng at a poat planted at the nortn
���*.wt corner of Lot aittiO, thencu about :t0 chaini
north to lAtt IT2X thence SU chains west t* Lot
8988, thence ahout 80 chuina south to Lot B881|
thunce 10 chains cast, thonce '.JO chnins aouth to
|>jt 6S-. thenco 20 chains euat. thence 80 chains
nofthi thenoe 80 chains east to point of com-
muncement: containing 2s0 acn-a more nr losa.
I'usi marked M. H- it., S.K. Corner.
Dati i P��b.l4. 1811.      MAItY BELL BBATON
uh. March 4
Skeona Land Diatriet- DUtriet of Catat
Take notiee that 1. J .11. McAuahay <>f I'rince
EtuDert* oooupatlon miner. Intenda to upply for
pormlarion to purehaae the foilowlns deaenbod
lamls:
Commencing at a post plantad at the MUthwaat
corner of lot B48, thencu eaat I" ehuins, thenee
���OOth 0 chnins. thuOO wust in ehainn. thence
nortli tl chnins to point of eommencetuunl, eon-
taiiiimr 2**' aem more'" leaa!
Dote Keh. 16, IUll J. H. MeAUGHKY
Puh. Y\-\t. 2:*. inn.        Andrew Ktnnody, Agent
Ski^'tin Land Dislrici- District of Cassiar
Take notice that I Bcdeom UeDonald of Prinee
Rupert* H.C oooupatlon laborer. Intanda to up
ply for permission to purchnse the following do*
���erlbed lands:
Conunenolng at a tioat planted three and one*
half miles in :ui OMterb diruclioti frnm thu poinl
nn Nuns Itiver wheru thu Ijiva 1. u..- truil bovine
uml one milu in b northerly direction from the
said  l-u\u  I-nku  trail,  thuncv  north   ni   chains,
Ihonco  wust  so chains,   thencu south Nl chains.
thence BMI chuins  tO  point  Of  commencement.
i*.<iitaiiiinit tHiiaeiva.
n.i.* i'.*h.;t. it'll. BOLCOM McDONALD
Puh. Mur. 10. Joseph Belway. Awcnt
Bkeena Land District   District oi Coast Range V
Tuku notice that Kdilh Alict> Cruwlher nt
Ik'i i:. Yurkshin>, KukIuihI, occupation spinstur,
Intendi to apply for la-nnission lo purchasu the
followini* iluvcriUtl lamia:
('onimunclnc at a posl planted ut the south uust
corner of survuyu<t lot :(!��!'l, Itange ,j, Couat Dis*
tru-1. lhahee north aloni; ihu easterly limit of the
said lot 'a chninn mon* or less to lhe miuthcrly
limil of Lot 898&i HanKe *>, const district, thrnee
o.ii>t ulontt ibe southerly limit of the \m*\. mentioned
Int tin i-liuitiH to a point, thencv in a southerly duvctum 88 rhains purnllel to the said
aaatariy limit of lot B991| thenci* in a woat"
erly din-el ion tti) chains mon- or Iww lo
tin- point of commenci'tm-nt containinK 'J10 ucn*s
mon- or Ic��b.
KDiTll ALICE CROWTHBR
Dai.il March H, 11*11.
Puh. March 8C
Skeona Land District -District of Cassiar
Tako notici- that  I.  Perry tluuenan nf  Prince
Rupert, it. i\, occupation proapoctor, Inteod to
apply   for  permlrtun  to  purchas��>  the following
ihscrlU*! landi:
Commencing at a pael planted in the vicinity
of i.��><>- Hay, nU)ut three'eli^ita of n mile wuih
of ihu muuth of the Honan/a Cni-k, ami being
on lhe eaaterb Ixiundary of TimU'r Limit No.
:l.*i2��l or No. .I.VJmi. thence soulh 41) chains along
tti' * .i t.-rly limit of ��ai<l Timher Limit No. 8888]
Of No. S88a0 10 chains, ihenc* ea-t to the shon- of
QOOBO Hu>, a dbtanoa Ol l'�� chains moni or less,
thenee northerly alonit the thoru of (loose Hnv
li) chains mon- or loot, thenc westerly 111 chain's
more or lev to point of comntencmeni, containinu
K��o acres mote or leaa.
Dated March 7, IBU. PKUUY gi'KENAN
B*uli. April 7.
Skeena Land District���District of Coast !iuni:e s
Tuko notico that Mary Marauret Uilh, olWfc
toria, ll. C, occ.putiou houaalneper. Intendi to
upply for permission to purchase tne [oUowlu
descrilied lands: K
^Commonclntf at n post planted at the nurtli eaat
corner of Lot 3087, thunco 20 chains weat, tlumre
20 chains south, thenco 20 chains w.-.i |0 X L
88&8T| thonce ubout 80 chains north to Lakeba
Itiver. thonco moandorinK said river up itmto in
a southeasterly direction to Lukelsn Luke, t:u;nw
meandering said lako to point ol eonunsnoa ont
I'oiiiainiiiK 160 acres, more or loss.
Post marked M. M. O., N. K. Corner.
Dated Keb. 14, 1911.
I'ub. March 4.
MARY MARGARET QILU8
Ske na Land District���DUtrict of ('oast Itana 6
Tako notice that Benjamin Ku&isl Uice a
Prince Rupert, U. C, occupation waiter, tnUodi
to apply for permission to purchaae the lollowini
ilescribod lands:
Commoncing at a post planted G5 chains -.uuth
from the soulIi east corno. of Lot 30til), -. ,*,lCM ;u
chains west, thence 05 chaina north, thencu 70
chains east, thonco 66 chains south to puint o|
commencement; containing 455 acr.-*. nuiro or
loss. Post marked ll K. It., S. K. Cor.
Duted Keb. 13, 1011.
I'ub. March 4. BENJAMIN RUSSEL 1UCE
Skoenu Und District���Dwtrict of Coaat Ranta 5
Take notice that David McLennan of I'mice
Kupert, H. C, occupation clerk, intonds to apply
[or pi-million to purchaso tho followini; i*-.*,L*rtiiwi
lunds:
Commoncing ut n post planted 40 chains south
from the south wost curner of Lot :*;<i, ttisnct 40
cliains east, thence 40 chains north, thenoa ID
cham�� west, thenc 40 chains south to patnl o[
commencement; contuining 160 acres, mare or
less. Post marked D. M.. S. W. ��.'or.
Dated Keb. Pi. 1811 DAVID McLK.NNAN
I'uh. Murch 4.
Bkeena Lnnd District- District of Cutiar
Tuku notice that 1 Hutch D. Cillis of Prince Kupert,   OOOUpatlon laborer,  intends  to apply fur
permission to purchuse the following deacribad
lands:
Commencinu nt n post planteil three nn.l oiw
half miles in un eusterly direction from the point
on Nuns Hiver where the Lavu Lake trail bagtu
and one mile in a northerly direction fron thf
saui Lava Laka trail, thenco north 80 chain,
thenca eust mi chains, thence south 80 chain
ihence west Nl chuins to point of comnietn-eiiictit,
containing 840 ncres.
Dute Feb. 8, 1811. lll'till |). tiii.LlS
Pub. Mnr. 10. Joseph Bulwa>, Auent
Laundry
\jm*rv rurlnins tnudrml   by
Pb.H.e JOL
h.nl
It* nMtfmblu
S. O. E. B. S.
Thr   Priam*   llii|.^at   I*��l��a-,   No   **l**. Saill.  aaf
I Klaatlaaml. aaai*a*l�� ihr lir��l   nn*l   thinl  Tila*aa.la>��   in
a*aarh nuar.lh In ihi* r-ana**ntrr. Iliall. .1 * |a.m.
I    V   CLARK, laVa*.
r.o. Boa H2. MMiRapM
<s|**mi l^il iHrtrtcl   DUlrict ol Qua*a*n Ch.rlinti'
Manila
T.Vi* ihiIk.' th.t  ii..ir��i* \V.  Arniill ail I'rinca*
llu|.at.   II.   I',,   .vciipaluin   ai*aai   a*.Ut<*   lirnkrr
li.'.laal.  I.a *|i|il>-   faar   |.*rmiwiiiia   III   liurchaaa*   Ita
|aall<l*IM:    ala��-f|la.^l    |.|ai|.:
i iimina-ncnK ai a |mi~i planliil alwiiil altvlB
. nail.* anal una-liall nail.* aaa*J*t an*l imi* null* Mauth
ffaa-u llii! mmalh aaf Slanly CrMlf, Naali*n llarlmr.
tliiaaa*.- .,., -Ml chain.. iln*ni>* .amili mi rhaina.
Iha-nci* a*a��i n chain.. lha*na-i* ih.ti Ii -*ii chain*
la.n.l Matrh IV. l'Jll. 1,1(1.  tt.   MlSllTI'
I'uh. A|.til JJ. Numa Ih*ran a . \,. a
HMM  Uinl   lllaalricl       Ul.lriCl "I IJlllvla rimllaallia
lalaml'
Tak.a n.nan* lhal J. II. Murphy ail Vancaiuvar.
I' l . ������rcii|*at,iin raiinina*n*aal lra\.*l|ir. Intondl
I.. a|i|il> Inr |.>r\*. i .nan l��� IHIHlllMl I Ih* fiilluwlli.
i(.***rTlt.-l  . .
i "aa.,,,1,,, .1 ��� |ia��t plantia.1 almiil ��a\..n
la.il.-.   ...,   an<l   On.   nn'r  ���(���uth   Iriiin   lh,.   ,,,iiu,h
nl Mail;, imt, Nail��� llarlmr. llia'nca* nnrlh mi
cl.an,..   Ii.i ne..   ��.-i   Ill  chain.,  Ihinca*   -laaall,   -n   tt* pi'rmiMlaan taa pniilii,..* tha* fiillnavinir alawrili
chain*, tl.ii.na i'**i |uc    ma. ail liaaiila:
llalnl March IT, Kll. J. ||. MIHI'IIY ;     t'"innii*iulnit nt i I plantad and mnrkiil W
I'uh. a\pril JJ. Num. lii*niana, A|p*nl . A   nnrthwa-.l corner nml al. .-it 1 mill* from Alex*
I ' iiiula-r    llui'han    northarn  lammliirv line: Ihcncp
���a.ailh  ��n chain.,  tln-ii.- im mi attain.   Ihonco
n.ariii -n chalna, Uttnca anal -n chalna, t.. point ol
a-omtiaa'ncotnont, contalnina 840 in-ro. nmn* or I,*..
WU.I.IAM ANDBR80N
I-"!! k..*i! n '"'"      ,'l",rl"""' Slark- *"����
Bkaana Lind Distrlet-Di-trict of Cnssinr
Take notiee thai l Jeeeph Belway of \r*noouver
it C . oeoupation proapeetor( Intemla to npply for
iiermlssliin to purchase the following deaerlbed
l.in Is:
Oommenclni ni a poat plantad two and one-half
mllee in nn eusterly direction from the point on
Naaa River when' the Lava Luke trail betrlna,
thanoa we��i ni ehaina, thenee moth ni ehuins,
.thenoaaaat80ohaina* thenoe north so rhnim> tii
print of commencement, oontalnlng 840 aerei
mora or less.
Data Pub. 8. loll JOSEPH BELWAY
Pub. Mnr. 10
Skeenu Ijiml District-District Of OoUt
Taka notlea thai 1. William Anderoon* of Van-
oeoupation elork. intends to upply
uvar, B.C,
Pub. April U��-
Bbmi Uml District
fake notic. ti ���  ���!,
I nul,    Minnenntii,
Intanda to nppiy (,
i ommenelni hi i -, >m
eomero( |^(( s,, (7,.
nort i" si i corner.
DKT\\iu.it
John DampMI, Atti.nl
U  *;.   Putnr.n   trf ��t
wpntion   m>-,.��i   W(,man
- iMlnn to iiufchao* th��
aa-^ss'.iBssasaaa
north ��o r,,��i���. ���v7;;t T
lalllal.J.I   Rl   tlM ��a,.,||,w,��|
ia.ark..| Mr- l,.i:. I-,,,,,,,,,*,   ',(
thanaa
Mr. A. I. Berdoe, general man*
agcr t>f the White Psm aV Nnkmi
Route has just received word of
ilu; appointment <>f hi* wcccaior
in office in ilu- pcreon *.f Mr, n I..
Diickcaon "f Chicago, Mr. Dick*
coon, who is expected to arrive
in Vancouver r.irlv In May, has
just resigned ilu- i��>n ol special
Inspector ol transportation ol tin-
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy railroad, lu connection with his
appointment to thc White Pas-* ,\
Yukon Route, Mr. Dickcson has
Iutii made vice-president "I thai
company, Ho will have juris-
diction over .ill departments,
It is unlikely that Mr. Berdoe
will -imi his connection with the
Whitt*   I'.,-.   ii||   il,,*   Inttei    pari
May as lu* win have 1" make
Municipal Notice
s>��ia.i laialari miaii. .v-.i to lho nt> cirak. ��iii
I.   ,r, aaaul n|. till', a.'rlnrk   P.IB,    *t��t   >*(h.   IHI.
for tho "iit*i*iy ond *ttt_*r*n tt '���" i'***lt*t rn**..
Sim*i iliitaliaiia. aaiaal faaaaaa a.f taa-inlar tn ba nl*lniaia*il
fraarn thr ('H* flrrk. Trnilrr. rtaai.t laan aarmna*
(nania**! l.v aa ca*atitiral rlii.|iir. .,r ria-h. f..r 2 |aa*r
avail, el thp tiitnl pripp |pncpra>,|.
WM  M. HAVIS. KHNKST A  WOODS
-.���*,! fit. Ktaatlnaapr Clta/Clpali
Tenders Wanted
T��ri<lrrn will I* rferi\"*l by lhe tirnlrr*t*nH   up
to Pridaf��� May eth. for iha aacavation ..f a i.ari
��.f tliu f.ehrw.1 gnufldl sr -I for Inyinir j.Iiink on thu
*nm**.    Plan* and ��l ali'-n��  may   !����� su**n  al
the City KnKinwr �� Office.
C. II  HAWI.F.
pA>im lee.8ehool H**ni
PHENIX THEATRE
tUadat New Mnhat:.-munt>
TO-NIGHT
Complete   Change of Programme
Ulesl Pictures   -   Besl Music
GET THE HABIT
EVERYBODY COME
Adults 15c
Children 10c
Kkwnn ljanil Dialrici    1 il.taicl nl CM00II Chariotta
l��kp aiaitlcp Ihul   Kra.uk   Lotrlok ol Wiianlalnck
onupation I Itkoepn*, Intanda in apply
Hip folluwlnK iliiirrilii'il
tint.,   oocuiantion  laaa	
lair MlUlamn to purcim:
lanal
t-omnipncini! nt  ��� ,,������   p)Mtad about Mm
mil,*. ��,*.! ���n,l two mil,, ,���,.,!, ���f ,),, mmllh ���,
M.illpy   lr,.,.k whon   ,t   pnapli,.,    |n,���   N���,|
Harbor, Graham i*i���,,,i. ,i,,w, m _Wl,��� K*��*
-��� ���mm, thmoa so ohalni north
_ io in.ini of BommonOBmont
llipnra* HU chains
ilaptir** sll clniinn
anil OpOUnJOl Bin ncri'H mora* "or la>
llal.il Marrl, 17, lull. FRANK LKVICK
NuniH Domain, Aian
I'uh. April'
Skoona Land Dlitrlol   iiimrict of Coa.t
Tnko notloa that I, PatorRold, of Vam pr
B.C...oecupatlon taamitar, Intondi toaoSSfft
;;;;;;-   -..to Pi,rrha.��� th,. f,,ii,,w,,,K,,,T;,i!;,i
Skvona 1-nnd Uistrict���DiKtrict of i - ...-t
TUB notic*- thut (ilnin McArthur of Vunc��>u\er,
II. C, occu|mtion rual   i'Htatt* ik\_vM. Inteodi tu
upply Inr iH-rmiuhiun  tu purchute lhc : ..
,1,   i-nUil  liuitl ..
t t.iiiuifi *'i.y. ut it pout plunted *1U chuins wTit
und hU chuintt south of tin* nouthwt'M crutT a(
Lot No. LTS8 murkod lili'im McArlhur's north*
west conuT, thtnee south 40 chuins, tin-net* -?*-i,
M) chuins, thenco north 4tl chains, theaei *t*\
Ml chuins to poet uf commencement, cunuimnc
,\2H ucres more or less.
Duted Murch UU, lull.       GLKNN McAltTlllR
Puh. April 1&. T. U. Uinl. Km
Coast Rama 5 Lund Diatriet
Take notice thut I, John llepl>urn ut kit>
sumkulum, occupution farmer, intend to appl)'
(or permission io purchase tho [OUOW&I deeanbtB
lands:
Commencing! at a post planted at lhe QOItbHd
corner ut l.ot   O'.vi, thence eut UU *���:..,. tlMM
south  4U chains,  thence weal 2U chutis, thrtict
north lu chuins to place ol commencem.-nt
Ouied March IH, \-.-M. JOHN  lll.l'ltl UN
Puh April 16.
Skaena Land Dbtrict���District of Cowl M-t.it .
Tako nolice thut Alconder lleatnn of Vancouvor, H. C, occupation carpenter, intends to apply
(or iHTmisston tu purchase) tho followini; >U��scnt��J
lands:
CommencinK at a poat planted 30 chains south
from tht south west corner of Lot 30tiV Post
marked A. U., N. W. Corner, thence N chatu
south, ihence 80 chains eut, thenco Mi clitirj
north, thence 80 chains wost to point ot con-
mencement; contuining 200 ucres, more or h*.
Duted Peb. IS, 1911. AhK \ AM M.i; llKATON
Pub. Murch 4.
Bkaana Land District-District of CaaatU
Tnke mitiiv thot I Andrew Cummin^s of \��n
couver, ll.C. itfcupntion cook, inlend* to applr
for parmtaaton to purchuse the following >lc*cntf
ed lands;
Commencinir at n post plunteil three ana OJI
Imlf miles in nn easterly direction from tl"' l,lir;t
on Nntts Kiver where the Ltiva Luke tr;ul bapU
near the trail, thence west hll chairs, thenc ��������"*>���
BO chains, thenee easl 8D chains, thence north*
chains to point of commencement, containing m
ncres.
Date Keh. :t. WH. ANDHKW CCMM1V*
Puh. Mur. 111. Joseph Uelway. Ak'rnt
Slikine Land District-District of C.is��iar
Tuke notire that Christian A. Tervo d W]Jg
H  G . occupation customs ofticer, intemi- t" MW
tor [s-rmiision to purchaso the tollowinu i|i<nlw
lands:
CommencinR at a post planteil ahout 1^ thtu*
north west of the customs warehou.-M* itt >*-*lt**
Ba Co, thence west 20 chains, thenn- M J
chains, thence easl 10 chains, ihence u'rth ������*
chains to poinl of commencement ami contiinlni
40 ucn^f mon or less. ,.���..,
Datad Peb. 18, lull.     CHRISTIAN \. ii.kvo
Puh Aprl 7
Skeena Land District- District of I
Take noti.-e thnt I. John  McDonald of Prow*
Kupert, H.C, occupation hotelkeeper. iniernl* w
nt��pl> for permission  to purchnse the [oUOWwi
deecribed lunds:
Commandng at a peat nlanted three     ��� JJJ
half miles in an ensteily direction from lhe Pj
on Naaa Kiver where the Lava Lnl.e trail ��
nml .me mile In n  northerly dlrecthtn  i
���aid Lava Lake trnil, thence south elinUi
thence west ni chnins,  thence north W
thenee east Nl chains to point of comno iu'eim'r.i.
eonUlnlnS M0 ncres. ,   ,. A1 n
Dale Fell. 1 WH. JOHN |lcD0M��J
Puh. March ll). Joseph Belwajf, M*
thf
limn*.
hsini.
keena Uml District���District of Coast BaJ
Take nolice that  Jack   Bedford ot  ^,,|��w^
Yorkshire,   Kngland,   uccupation  over-lo'ikiT.
tends to  apply  for  permiasion  to purenf"
tollpwlng described lands: .    ,_ t(w
Commencini^ at a post planted at a point m o
tb*
Co��t
easterly boundary of timber limit :!*���
the southerly limit of lot 3989,  Range
Dlatriel, where the said limits Intersect. *���__\
elimg the southerly  limit of  lot 890 ' *"***:
and the projection thereof In an easterly Bi  ni
M chuins more or loss to the wwtrrl.v m-
tlmbaf limit 32501, thenco In a souther > ,t,r,ln"L
���long  the last  mentioned   limit   11  rhalI,V��5
nr leei to the northerly limit of timber li""' ���tn''J
thence in a westerly direction alonit the iu��: ���
tloned limit 80 chains more or less to the JTO
limit of timber limit 38329, thence in �� ,1,,r ', ��
direction 11 chains more or less to UM Vwm
commencement.
Dated March 8, 1911.
I'uh. March 25
JACK BBDWR��
e   ���   *>
Utnlng aso ��cn*s moi^; \SmTmmmnm- r"n
Datod March 20 IUll.       Ml'tH   I    fl    BlfVWitJ
Pub. April 15. ,,.;��� fc ,.���  ' l  IN/M
���***m* it. Putnam  A*en
1 trip north, visiting Skagway
and Whlto Hortc, to clotc up the
������������������������ ftofhUofftca
ice at thoto points.
Hkeena I^nnd Di��trirt    Dulrtrt ��.f C��*st Hnt-tri* %.
i ��� ��� ��� |ii**1ricl
Take nuth*-thai Wm   Loelle of Sapperttm, H.<\
oeeapatten Oorarntnent Ooardo lateral i<. apptf
inr parmloelufi to ironi tee ih��* following iletenb*
e��l lands
Oommenetng at a i^��t plahtH v* rhsin�� west
and li" chains miltl of *he *f��l eatim of lot No.
������ *. coaat dlsirteto mnrknl Wm. LaalK
M.W.eotner.thw**nnuth40ehaina ihence en-t
m ehalns, thenee north 40 chalna, thefm weal ���**
rhaln* to i>"si -.f eommeneement, containing 9Q
acre- BMN Of les*.
wm. LKSLIB
_      ... 1. D. Uinl. Airent
Date*! MirrhZolh. WH
Pub. April 29th, 1911
; FRED. STORK ;
General Hdrdware
Ska*a.nn I,nnil OUtrlct���Dintrict ol CM
Tnka* nutica* thnt I Arthur Jrnne" " J10��
'���aaiiviT. OOOOpOtlon  hrnliaT,  Inta-nilaa taa ai;
Hrtnlnlon to punEioo tha. fnlinwinit *
landoi
rninina*nclnir lit n pia.t lalfintanl  thWO   '
Imlf mill*. In nn nimti'rly allra-ctliin f mm I '���     m.
I am Nn���� lllvrr wha-ra* tho  L��vn  Witl   ''".h,|n(1
komo Lianil Ilialrict  -lll.trli*! of ('������.. 11 ���   "}'''"'<"��� "mr Ihr trnil, tha*ni*a- OUl Wfj' ;.,,:������..
Tak,. ooUoo thai  ChiriJJ !���   im.T !*?.*,* V   """<���" ��""lh WI phnini, Iha-nca- wwt *'.���,���,
IHil'iTl,   II.  C, not ������     ���-���,'"'.",'  lnWDilh..nr*.ni,rlhwlt*i���iln.tii|.i.lnli.fa-''m""'"""
i,   11.,    'a. In '���"'1�� t"  '���"ntninlmr iUll ii.*rr-, irinrn nr loOO. wglCg
l*m ih,. lollowing   DiUfeb.8,1(11       ARTHURJAMEB"?!��.i
nr loaaaa
Hill. ,| |,|   l.*,,),. UU
Pub, l*'a*li. U,
11 nu IIL'n   ncm    .
,.,    PETER REID,
I liml.a. II. Allen, Aid'nt
f Vim*
l! { 'i
iiiaint
n!i|ily   Inr   JiaTtniwiitin' In
ilaiairrilml lnn,l��
Hiiililir*.-
Valval * I'iprs
(irnniti'wnr
��� SECOND
���-���-���-������"���- *
Hud wan
Oxfnril Btovai
Tinwara
AVENUE
���   ��� *>*. *)
��� aalaaaainairiiiK HI n |inaal |.l;,. I ... ,i���, ������.,.
r,.r...T nl ���,rv,..v,���l |,'��� :,.,'M   ],,,'].',��,,'."1" ' ���-l
Wot, thenoa in ���n ,.,���i,T    ___*��,?. ' ',""" "I**
��� ! ��i..tl..*rly limit e| ,u,\".i.i'I... :".T., n ���'"""k' thc
rob. Mnr. Ill
j   oph Bolwo*
Aitrnl
! km Ion Mmrrnf in "rK^'.'r.S Hi;',:"" "rT
iiiirniiui in ii���. euterly inn,.,      ���"","?" *_$__
I'*""   nl n limliiT limit I *,���   ,���"���,,'  " ' """IiitI*-
I" OhollU mum ���r ha to �� ,,,i I'i ,, ;^i ll""r" w,,"t
-hi rly  nl  ,l���.  ,,,,.,'r,     ,   '   '  ''"''"" "r11""
MM. thence in ��� northn     i." .""'4 P'"'1   ��
|.r..|.rli,���,   ���|  thn ���    |   |   , ,'   ''''""   "'""K  th��
, , limit .10 chain, more ,., I"' ���'   V,"1","* ""' **��
nii*ni. -nnliaiiilni* *.'iu ���,���.....!.!'"', "' ennamenco-
l>nta*il March H, lull
11 I'ub. March 25.
Skrnnn Lend Dlutrlct-Dlilrlrl "'''"""'   j
Tnkaa   nutica.   thnt   I,  Aloxnnilrr   l!,,,'''""|',,,,
Viincaaiiver, H.C, occupntion butehor, 'J',|nt)nj
'l'l'       I.-a   |.i aaaaa.jaaa.aa    to   |IUrchllllC   IM   "
dMeribed Innila: .       .   , a B.'l
gommonolna �� port plontod nmimnrki   |M;,
S.K. curnnr. anal nilJolnlnK li""1" """, '.,''arrtt
N.B. corner ond P.ft'o s.K. eqrnori i "������".���, m
10 entitle, thencc nnrth Wi chnlnia. th"" / ___v
- inl '"
or la
chalim. thonce anuth W) chnins tu 1"
mencement, contnlnlnu M0 na-ra*i< mil"".'
nlnsMOMreena ���.,...),
CHAW.IS-P. OTTB.R I ,,���,���,,, ,,���, aPHEMSffi ���
1 Pub. Feb. 26. Twenty
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Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
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VOL.11. NO. 98
Prince Rupert, B.C., Wednesday, May 3. 1911.
ELSMC.
TORONTO REJOICES AT
ADVENT OF CHEAP POWER
Jubilant Scenes This Morning When Sir James Whitney Pressed the Button that Connected the
Factory Wheels of Toronto to the
Energy at Niagara Falls
(Canadian Press Dispatch)        tario Government has made con-
I,,,,,,,;,,, May :i.   ln tho pres-l^ts for {hv purchase of power
ence ni an enormous crowd, estimated .ii fully nm- hundred
thousand people, Sir James Whitney, Premier of Ontario, ihis morning pressed tlie finger nl' limi
Vl.iiu Beck i<> tin' electric button
which connected ilu- factory wheels
ni Toronto with the giant water-
power "l Niagara. It was the
culmination of three years of work,
and tin- crowning triumph of the
Whir, i\ administration.
Great Hydro Electric Scheme
|-,i pressing lhe linger of Hon.
Adam Beck to ilu- button, the
Premier signified ihe credit due
in hi> Minister, who for the past
three yeara has devoted himself
in ihe problem of cheap power.
While in ilu- Cabinet "without
|iniiiiiiiii." Hon, Adam Beck is
i gviscd as "lhe Power Minister." Tin- Bchcmc evolved uniler
hi- direction has resulted hi the
manufacturing towns of Ontario
In r supplied wiih cheap power
dircci  [rom  Niagara.    The On-
I in large quantities at Niagara,
from ilu- different power companies, has built an immense traits-
mission sysictn on towers over
the country, and delivers power
at low rates to ilu- municipalities.
A Jubilant Crowd
The occasion of the official
opening parlook of lhe nature of
a general holiday. All lhe political
bodies, as well as ilu- manufacturers association, joined the ccrc-
nuny. Lieutenant Governor Gibson, Mayor Geary ami the City
Council wiih ihe members of the
Legislature and special guesis had
se.it* on a raised platform outside
lhe Cily Hall, lu the Cily Hall
Square lhe crowds surged, stopping
lhe sireel car traffic. Their noise
was so great, lhat il was impossible
for the s|n-akers lo deliver their
speeches. These will be printed
in the newspapers instead.
In the crush several people were
hurl, ami hatl lo lie removed to
the hospital, lull no serious injuries were recorded
A GIRL SHOT
AT KAMLOOPS
Celia Demarchi Victim of Unknown Assailant
ITALIAN AFFAIR
Fifteen Year Old Girl Went to
Open Door, and was Immediately Shot in Both Legs Police Investigating Mystery.
(Canadian Press Dispatches)
Kamloops, May 8.���A mysterious shooti; g affair in the Italian
quarter i> perplexing   ilu-   polico
who suspect revenge or jealousy
iii 'In* bottom oi ii.   Cells  Demarchi, an Italian girl t.f fiftcct
years i- ilu* victim.    Late  I.-si
���-.iii she was summoned to tin
���' her father's house l>>  t,
"md I. ockh g.    As soon as she
ed   Hi-  door  slu-  w.-s  slim
In-lit legs by Maine I.-, k, own
���"'   The girl is badly injured,
1 'I 'Im tors tear she will have lo
have laniii |,*KS amputated,
NEW BISHOP IS CHOSEN
Ven.   Archdeacon   Clark   Will
Succeed Bishop of Niagara
(Canadian Press Dispatch)
Hamilton, May '*.. At a special
session of Ihe Synod of Niagara
today Called to elect a new bishop
to succeed the late Rev. Dr.
DuMoulln as Bishop of Niagara.
the choice fell upon the. Venerable
Archdeacon \V. R. (lark of Hamilton.
DISTRICT   COMMANDER
HERE
Col. Wadmore of Victoria, Will
Inspect Local Soldiera
To make an official inspection
of Earl Grey's Rifles, Colonel Wad-
more, officer commanding Militia
Districl No. 11, arrived in the City
ihis afternoon on the S. S. Prince
Ruperl from Victoria.
The local regiment will parade
tonight at eight o'clock in the
armory, where lhe Inspection will
be made.
BUILD NEW POLICE STATION
More Commodious Premises to
Be Constructed Forthwith
Today Chief Vickers is informed
that new quarters for lhe police
will lie erected on the eorner of
Third avenue antl Fourth sireel
opposite the new Bank of Montreal. The new premises will be
roomy ami comfortable, well adapted to the needs of the Chief of
Police ami his staff.
*| a ������ " ���       -   a   - i J.
j BASEBALL SCORES!
~+
Mr. P. Mullen, late head barkeeper of the Roy.il Hotel, has
accepted a similar position at the
Central Hotel (Mr. Peter Black).
Pete will be pleased to have all
his old friends call on him there.
Northwestern League
Spokane 11, Tacoma I.
Oilier games postponed owing
rain.
National League
Philadelphia (i, Boston 5.
New York 5, Brookly -1.
Pacific Coast
Portland 2, Vernon 0.
Oakland ">, Sacramento 2.
'Frisco 8, Los Angeles '.i.
American League
Washington li, Boston 0.
I letroit 7, St. Louis 1.
New York 7, Philadelphia 1.
in
PLEASANT SOCIAL EVENING
Held at the Home of Mr. and
Mrs. Hauley.   Many Guests
Friends of Mr. antl Mrs. Hauley
spent a very enjoyable time at
their home uu Seventh avenue
the other evening. Music, dancing, and games were arranged loi
by Mrs. and Miss Hauley whose
guests were also entertained to an
excellent supper, Among those
present were: Mr. and Mrs. M.
Craig, Mr. and Mrs. O'Neill, Mrs,
S. Johnson, Miss Craig, Miss
Brown, Miss Lockhart, Miss Holtby aud Miss Grant; also Messrs.
McTavish, Sinclair, Phelan, Waugh
O'Neill, McFarlanc, Wallace, Gur-
rii, Helgerson, Stedham and Harris,
BRITISH TROOPS LANDED
IN STREETS OF CANTON
Men From Four British War-Ships With Quick-Firing
Guns Quell Chinese Riots   Horrible Sights
Witnessed After Conflict Between
Troops and Rebels
(Canadian Press Dispatch)
HUGE ROCK DOES DAMAGE
TO THIRD AVENUE RESIDENCE
Mass Weighing Six Hundred Pounds from Nick Stroga's Contract
Crashed Through Roof of C. B. Wark's Home---Narrow
Escape of Mrs. Wark---ParIor is Wrecked---
Overcharge of Powder Probable Cause
Havoc was wrought bl the home
of C. B. Wark on Third avenue
ihis morning by a heavy blast
���hot on Nick Struga's station
contract just behind the police
Btation. A huge rock weighing
over six hundred pounds was
Hung high in lhe air and crashed
down on the roof of Mr. Wark's
house jusl above lhe parlor. Rending ils way through timbers and
ceiling the mass, jusl missing a
handsome fauleil, cut through the
thick car|M;l and buried itself in
lhe floor.    It took six men lo get
il out, antl  the whole room was
upsel by lhe concussion.
Narrow Escape
Fortunately 'Mrs. Wark was in
the kitchen at lhe moment. A
very few minutes before the shot
she had been in the wrecked room.
Every one who saw ihe upheaval
caused by the blast expected to
hear of injuries or even loss of
lift;. Other houses were fairly
sprayed with spattered muskeg
antl smaller pieces of rock. The
veranda of Mr. 1). Mrl.eod's
home was wrecked, antl Mr. Vernor W. Smith's while house pre
sents a mottled appearance owin^
chiefly to muskeg. Wires on the
lighl poles across lhe sireel were
dislodged, and an insulator was
shattered.
Difficulty yesterday with the
bore for this blast which was
being loaded is said to be the
cause of today's smash. The
charge burnt out yesterday, and
the boring was reloaded today:
It is though I that some of the
old charge may have remained in
the hole making the shot loo
heavy. Chief Vickers is looking
into the matter.
CANDIDATES NAMED FOR
VACANCY IN WARD TWO
w.
J. Alder and George Phillpotts Asked by Friends to
Enter Aldermanie Field to Fill Vacancy Caused by T.  D.  Pattullo   Petitions in
Their Favor Circulating
W. Aide-,
l��ll|s
and George Phil-
are named as likely (-auditor ih,* by-election In Ward
2 to iiii the vacancy In the city
""""ii caused by the resignation
ofT. I'* Pattullo.
Petitions in   favor of  ihe men
���"ortioned an- being circulated
''> friends   It is understood that
""iIm'1' of lhe two have definitely
decided to consent to nomination.
1 Hy Clerk Woodl is now   open
'" receive nominations and will
remain so until two o'clock Mon-
,|,lv afternoon. Nomination forms
' "' be obtained from him.
Thursday, May 11, is fixed for
election day and the polling booth
will beal the Ciiy Hall.
From Cafe to Fruit Store
The oltl Washington Cafe on
Second avenue has been leased
for three years to Sam Cowan
who will reopen the place as a
wholesale and retail fruit slore.
Coming and Going
Thirty-eight passengers went
smith on ihe S.S. Princess May on
Monthly nighl. Fifteen from the
nortli landed here.
WANT UNION
OF CHURCHES
District    Methodist   Ministers
Favor Radical Change
MAYOR'S WELCOME
Public Meeting Last Night Discussed Union of Presbyterian
Congregational and Methodist Churches Not a Dissenting Voice Heard.
Noi a single dissenting voice
was heard last night when the
subject of church union of the
Methodist, Piretbyterlan and Congregational churches was discussed
al a public session held in thc
Methodist church near the G. T. P.
Annex, of the conference of the
Methodist ministers of all lhe
churches in this distriet.    A vote
to determine who is ami who is
POt in favor of the union will be
taken at (he meeting of lhe conference today and every delegate
has Intimated that he will vote in
favor of the union.
Since the first joint committee
of lhe three churches iu question
met in Toronto, December 21,
1904, to talk over the advantages
of joinging together as one church.
Rev. (i. II. Raley of Port Simpson,
chairman of the meeting, explained
the subject has become a prominent
one. "There is nothing in the way
of the evangelical churches uniting," he saitl. "There is a scarcity
of men (or the church work ami
this woultl help solve (lit- difficulty,'
On the Road
"We are a long way on the
road towards the consummation
of the marriage of the churches,"
stated Rev. J. C. Sing. "Difficulties may bc in the way, but
these may vanish wilh the actual
union He spoke at some length
on the many phases of the proposition antl concluded with the
remark: "I for tint- believe that
the bodies of Protestantism would
be greatly benefitted by lhe union."
Gave Warning
"Co slow," was the warning
issued by Dr. R. W. Large of Porl
Simpson, who explained thai when
the Congregationalisls of Canada
VOtcd oi- lhe subject some lime
ago only fifty per cent of the
members of ihe church look ail-
vantage of the opportunity to
vole antl only 86 per cent of those
who ditl vole were in favor of the
union. He also submittetl that it
was believed that an approximate
number of Presbyterians in favor
of the change was two to one.
Dr. Large, however, saitl, personally he was in favor of the proposition and would vole accordingly.
Mayor Welcomed Visitors
Mayor Manson maintained that
Northern B. C. woultl materially
gain by a bantling together of
the three churches anil in a short
speech gave his reasons for his
belief. Then, on behalf of lhe
citizens of Prince Rupert, he
Welcomed the visitors here. Rev.
Mr. Raley replied to the welcome.
Divisions Harmful
"It is a hopeful sign of the times
that church union is being discussed," contended Dr. Kergin
anil he avowed thai divisions in
religious matters caused a waste of
linn- and money.
Dr. J. C. Spencer of Skidegate,
Rev. W. II. Pierce of Port l'.s-
sington aatl C. S. Rcddick of
Porl Kitamaal, also spoke in
favor of the union.
SIR WILFRID
MAY GO YET
Rumor That  Parliament  Will
Move an Adjournment
IT IS UNLIKELY
Government is Pledged to Put
Reciprocity   Through- Hon.
Mr. McBride and Mr. Bowser
Expected at Ottawa at End of
the week.
(Canadian Press Dispatch)
Ottawa, May 8.- There is a
rumor here this morning lhat (In-
House will onler an adjournment
in onler to permit Sir Wilfrid
Laurier to attend the Coronation,
and that the House will resume
early in the fall, pass a Redistribution Bill, and put reciprocity
through after going to the country.
It is not considered likely that
this   will   be  done,   as   il   woultl
delay reciprocity till the entl of
the year, antl the government is
pledged to put the pact through,
al an early tlate.
Hon. Mr. McBride, Premier of
British Columbia and Hon. Mr.
bowser are expected here at the
end of the week to confer wilh the
Conservative leaders.
Gone Inland
11. B. Rochester of Rochester
& Munroe, left for Hazelton on
the Inlander yesterday on a business trip.
Hong Kong, May 3.���A large
delachmc.'t of British marines and
blue jackets with rapid lire guns
landed today at Canton, from four
British warships in lhe harbor to
<|iiell the native riots which have
broken cut again.
A battle took place in the streets
of the city before the British
troops were landed. The native
troops and lhe rebels fought with
great ferocity. The details forwarded here tell of fierce lighting
throughout the whole district. The
report to the naval commander,
says thai as the British force
marched through the streets, ihey
passetl countless corpses.
The native vengeance hatl been
exacted upon those suspected of
favoring progress. Nearly all the
headless bodies wen- clad in European tlress. A large number of
queue-less heads were exposed in
prominent   places  on   lhc   streets
The  troops will  re-
SEND-OFF FOR GEORGE
LEEK
To Represent Earl Grey's Rifles
at the Coronation
On Friday night in tin- K. of P
Hall Earl Grey's Rilles will hold a
smoker in honor of Color Sergeant
George Leek who will shortly
take his departure for England
with the contingent of Canadian
Regimental representatives for the
Coronation. A capital programme
of songs antl instrumental music is
being provided for, and there will
In- lirsi rale refreshments. All
members of Earl Grey's Rifles ami
their friends will be in attendance.
ot Canton
main (or fear
nrtber outbreaks
Cigars for High Score
Tonight ilu- Foley, Welch &
Stewart howling team will match
the Ca. T. P. contingent in Morrison's alley. To ilu- man on
either team making I In* highest
Individual score, Mr. Morrison
will give a box of uood cigars
ANOTHER SECHELT VICTIM W A MT   PpAPF
Body of Woman Found Floating in English Bay
(Canadian Press Dispatch)
Vancouver, May 3.���A .gruesome
find was made by a fisherman in
English Bay last night. It was
the badly decomposed body of a
woman, with the clothing almost
all gone from her body, ami wilh
hair about two feet long streaming
in the waves. The men did nol
make any attempt to recover it,
owing to its shocking condition.
There is little doubt but that it
is the body of one of the victims
of (he Sechelt disaster.
One George Has Paid
Up lo dale only out; George of
lhe city has come through with a
donation to buy King George Y.
a coronation souvenir antl this
lone one is the loyal soldier of the
King. George Leek. City Treasurer Woods says ihat if any other
Georges want t<> conn* through
(hey iiiusl hurry as lhe money
collected has got to he in Victoria
bv May 15.
IN MEXICO
Federal Envoy Offers Terms to
the Rebel Leaders
TO CONFER TODAY
If Successful Terms Can be Arranged the Rebellion May
Come to a Speedy End Envoy is Sent by President Diaz.
(Canadian Press Dispatch)
El  Paso,  May 8.���The war in
Mexico may conn- to a speedy
entl now. For lhe lime being there
is a truce. Today the special
peace envoy sent by President
Diaz and ilu- Federal Government
will meet wiih ihe rebel leaders.
The   peace  ivvoy   arrived   here
yesterday, antl a conference was
speedily arranged.    The inability
of lhe Government IP tops In dislodge   lhe  rebels  makes  il   likely
ihai   the Government  will  deal
generously wilh die rebels l<> secure
peace, rather than enter on a
renewed ami larger campaign.
The lirst boat this week for lhe
north will be lhe S. S. City of
Seattle. The S. S. Stale of California will go souih on Friday
morning.
HON. FRANK OLIVER ASKS
FOR AN INVESTIGATION
t i
Says That There is no  Foundation   for Charge That
He Used His Influence for Personal Benefit
Committee of Five to be Appointed
with Power to Investigate
(Canadian Press Dispatch)       made a statement  to the effect
Ottawa,   May  3.���The  charges j lhal  there was no foundation for
made by Mr.  Dau McC.illicuddy  the charges.    Ile staled  that be
against Hon. Frank Oliver, that hatl  made  the  recommendation
he accepted a gift of 160,000 for What the company be allowed to
using   his   influence   to   have   an select Saskatchewan lantls Instead
exchange of lands made to benefit I of Manitoba lantls, but that In
it   railway   company,   are   in   lie '.recommending    the    transfer,   be
investigated   by   a   parliamentary  did so in the public interest, and
committee of five,   This is to be I not for any private benefit,
done ai the request ol Hon, Mr.l    The Cabinet decided this morn
Oliver, who promptly asketl for ling t<> grant an Investigating con
an Investigation as soon as hclmiUee. ll is expected lhat ther
heard of the charges against his will be more discussion of th
character. matter when it is brought up i
When he made the request he | the House.
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the assailant of personal character, It ihould be, as it were, a
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1070 Nelson St.. Vancouver, B.C.
Wednesday, May 3
THE SPIRIT OF THE PRESS
The unfamiliar siyht tif a newspaper, the Inland Colonist ol
Kitselas. printed on light brown paper of more than usual thickness,
and the etlitorial explanation that "owing to the lack of newsprint
in town, the paper is being printed on wrapping paper supplied bj
local tradesmen" makes us pause to pay a trilmit*_t<< the Spirit thai
will not lie beaten. It is the spirit that lias made the Wesl; a spirit
that h.is been richly exemplified by the pioneer newspapermen ol
British Columbia and the prairie provinces.
In proportion to its population Canada has morejnewspapers
than any country in the worltl. 11 is a fact to be read into the other
fact of Canada's great development. Thc newspaper is a necessity
to development Nothing helps a town more internally, nor advertises
it more effectively to the outside world than a well conducted newspaper. For instance au English school mistress with interests i-.;
Prince Rupert writes to tin* Daily News this week, antl tell-of reading
to her class a story of the castaways on Zayas Island in an Optimist
of two or three montlis ago; a subscriber in Vork, England, tells rl
how lhe paper is passed round among a circle of friends; a slory ol
the exploits til a Graham Island settler on his way to his pre-emption
brings an inquiry irom Virginia about Graham Island, The wide-
awakeness of the frontier newspaper, puts to shame the hundreds ol
towns in Great Britain with from 5,00(1 to 15,000 inhabitants who
cannot support a local newspaper.
Getting oui a newspaper on the frontier is a very different matter
to gelling out a newspaper in a city block with a paper factory .it
one end and a machine shop antl type foundry in the basement. It
was the editor of the Inland Colonist we think who entertained his
readers last fall with a harrowing tale of his troubles with a broken
chase. In a city not one man in a thousand knows what a chase is;
in Kitselas every man, woman antl child has a personal knowledge
of antl reganl for the source of the Colonist's trouble. Every time
the monkey wrench drops into the press and gels run over by accident
every man, woman .mil child in Kitselas goes into mourning with
the editor.
Ami this Spirit lhal Will not Down, this spirit thai runs the
edition off on wrapping paper rather than be beaten, affects a whole
community. It inspires others to share in the sacrifice. Main a
man in Kitselas ihis winter has carried home his new suit of clothes
over his arm. saying: "Never mind wrapping it up. Send the wrapper
over to the Colonist instead,with my compliments." Many a woman
has stayed up late at nights hunting up wrappers from parcels .ind
smoothing them out for the press. Celling out those brown paper
editions has become a communal feature, something in which everyone
in Kitselas could lend a hand or a sheet of paper.
The spirit that prints the edition on brown paper of various shades,
is the spirit that conquers. It is the spirit that has built up, the West.
It is something to boast of. So with a feeling of genuine regret we
read in the last edition the editor's announcement thai he intends
to move his plant and energies to Telkwa -a place In* announces in
capitals, "where every man is a born booster." .
Is this latter a sly dig at  Kitselas?
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MUSINGS
������ BY   MACK
Haunted by a wnrd. Such is
the dreadful fate of n ver) well
known and highly respected fellow
citizen, a man who has been with
the city since il was a shack* so
to spo.ik, just like die Irishman
who owned his wagon since it
was a barrow, lt is not tlie "'"'"
itself that is so dreadful, ii i- **"
grim persistence. Unlike the gl u
that conn- in the still, chill hours ul
night, ihis spectre word >"m'
ils  victim  by  tlay.     I'  comt
ilu* morning   with
ll comes at noon.
Yes; Some Go^ Printing Costs Too Much, Too
.   ���
.   ,
,     ,, i  n,Wn     The temptation to charge  "stiff
with other good  toga,     in ^^
of   the   commonplace   is   pro-
ii.ii   L'l-iule   work   is   not   apt   to   cost
So that, as to printing,   high grao��
Btlll,   v.m  can  pay  more   foi
of   the    "others.
It's  the  same  aa
prices"   for   high
Hut   it's   not   always  justillnhf
nowadays  the  standard  I.   ]**-:������     "��'  ' ";"
nounced.
vou  more than  its worth;
'than  at  others-anti  this  shop  Is  one
not   apt
it   at  some   places
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ill
the sunshine
h comes softl)
I with lhe gathering -li.nl""- ":
twilight Even in the kindlj
lamp-light upon the festive board
the haunting word has made its
dreary presence felt.
If a Man Deceives You Once, Shame on Hint.     If he Deceives You Twice, Shame on Y
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lis victim, erstwhile a man ol
cheerful presence, of repute a- a
raconteur, ami with a vein ol drj
humor sometimes cutting, but not
merciless, is becoming visibl) af-
fected by the troublesome visitation.   In the midst of a convcr-
tion, lei that word bill slip out
mr an instant, ay. even in the
veriest whisper, ard a change
comes over the man. A weary
expression lakes hold of his I'c.itur-
llis  voice  losi -
CITY STAFF
ALTERATIONS
Resignation of Mr. F. S. Clements and Guy Tooker
.1ST OF PROMOTIONS
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City Engineer Makes Recommendations Which are Being
Considered by the Council.
Raises All Round Yet a Saving of $63.
F. S, Clements and Guy Tooker
have resigned  their positions <>u
die   city .engineering   Staff,   anil]
their  resignations  were accepted
une of its! by   the council on Monday.     As'
manly music, becomes vexed and  principal assistant to Colonel  Da-
querulous, and is raised in troubled vis Mr. Clements has done con-
! protest.     That   word   should   be  liuuous   and   valuable   work    for
taboo, bill even the most watchful   the past  year, since  the city en-
Iamong the victim's friends have gineering department was estab-
Ifailed to preserve ihe taboo per- lished, and Mr. Tooker has been a
feci.    Out slips the sorry term, valued assistant.
Iami iis melancholy echo is haul to,    These resignations have made it
So the victim still suffers,   necessary  for  Colonel   Davis  to
I'S AMI SEE   WHY.
To   Roaidents of Sectiona S, 6,  7 and   8~We deliver  promptly,
our goods ore fresh, at prices not to be beaten in the city   :
Telephone       228 Black   MUSSALLEM   &   CO.   5lh Ave. e��l ol McBridt
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Knox
Hotel
forget.
T l him  lhe sound of lhe
j is like lhe siirri.ig up of an ancient
wrong,  like the laying bare of a
brand  upon   the shoulder of  an
athlete in lhe hour "I his triumph.
��� like the intrusion of lhe old love
just   when   you   are   gelling   on
nicely wilh the new.   ll is a cruel
son  of apparition  this haunting
Iword, and the plaint of its victim
jis the most pity-awakening sound
today in Prince Rupert. I'or all
men are not cast in the same
mould, antl   there are many who
���in ignorance trot taut the word
thinking to compliment its hapless
hearer.    Others   there   are   who
, bring it mn inadvertently. Apparently the last In-pi- for our
haunted fellow citizen lies in Might.
draft out a rearrangement ol
BESNER &  BESNER, IProimiiktors
Tha* Na*av Ktinx Ilaatrl la run i*ia tha* ITllHHI���II
plan. Fimt-a-Iaataaa wrvica*. All the Lat��**l Modern
Improvement". ���'.���:��� BEDS tt* l'l'
FIRST AVENTE. PRINCE RUPERT
lhe
jjlstaff providing for increases ol
galary for a number of men. but
effecting a saving on the pay roll
of $03.34. Following are the
changes recommended by the City
Engineer:
A. S. B. Lucas, now chief draftsman to be principal assistant
engineer at a silary of s|7."> per
month, an increase of $25.
II. Simpson, lo be chief draftsman at a salary of -?l<)S.:i:i per
moil til, an increase of $8.33.
i'. T. Howard i<> be second
assistant engineer at $125 per
month, an increase of $25. A. K.
(lakley to have an increase of 82*").
making his Hilary $150 per month,
J. A. Miller increase from $100 to
$125 per month. C. II. I'. Newcombe raisse from $100 to SKIN.W
per month, and A. W. McKuight
raise from $00 to $100 per month.
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NOTES AND COMMENTS
The obstructionists who talk with delight of the pleasure they
will have keeping the House in session during the hot summer month*.,
forget that Parliament Hill is just .1- hoi for obstructionists as for any
other folk iii the merry mouih of June.
A man has recently been arrested in San Francisco for walking
through tin* streets carrying a placard stating: "I have .. family to
support.   1 w.uit work.   \\ ho will give me a job?"
Is it so much worse to advertise one's need for work, than one's
need for purchasers of cigars, or bread, or whisk) ?
The men who are nying in convince thc peuph* of Canada thai
they can make themselves rich by keeping taxes on their f I ought
to try and convince their audiences thai ii is possible lor a man to
lift himself by his bootstraps.   There's a similarity in the propositions.
When You Think of Real Estate
THINK OF US
Non-Resident:
A Guarantee ol
Value   Receaved.'
���....
Write us regarding your Prince
Ruperl holdings, We will be
pleased ;ii nil times to keep you
posted as to the Realty market
here,
Wliy   nut   have   us   look    niter
ymir Important property 1
.
REAL ESTATE
HELGERSON BLOCK
RENTALS
O. M. Helgerson, Ltd.
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PRINCE RUPERT
Brin
Furniture
Coys
ASSIGNMENT
Sale
Is Still Going on
NO REASONABLE
OFFER REFUSED
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IN THE
What is the dismal set of syllable- thai when articulated exhales
an influence so gloomy, a miasma
so   broaiilinjy   bitter?    Curiously]
enough   those   syllables   i"   sonic Need fof Thu Loca, Impreve.
men's  ear-   sing   -wcc.lv   With   a ment Pointed Out
noteol much-to-be desired dignity.
There  are   even   men   who   have
striven with a great ambition to
have    the   word    for    their   own
5 BLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL
WANTED
 ���.���-��..��� HU*��������� ���"��--��"������
A local representative ia wanted
for a territory tributary to Prince
Kupert to sell the hardy non-irri-
gnta-il nursery stock grown by the
Oregon Nursery Company, Oren-
CO, Oregon. Liberal terms. Party
must  come   well   recommended.
.AI)l)ltESS.-~..w..-��-..-��..
family glmsi. Could ihey but
attain thai ambition how tenderl)
would they not cherish ilu- haunting melody of it. How they would
cherish it- ver) echo. For the
word is none other than thc word
ALDERMAN, and with a little
search you ina\ lind hidden in
this column the name of the
haunted man himself. When you
know him you will surely spare
him at least your share in the
infliction that so preys upon him.
MACK.
..Grand Hotel..
WORKINCMAN'S HOME
Spring Beds, clean White Sheets  25c
Rooms 50c
BEST  IN   TOWN   FOR   THE   MONEY
J. GOODMAN. Proprietor
Residents of Borden street hatl
arranged thai a deputation shoultl
wait on the city council Monday ���
night to request that a sewer be ���
constructed  under   the  Local   Im-   *>
provcmcnl System  to serve this *
residential district.   Several iiit-in- 1
bets of du- deputation wen- un-i
able to attend  but  Mr.  \Y.   I'.. |
William-,  ami   Mr.  Thomas   M
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Oregon Nursery Company
Orenco - Oregon
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FRED. STORK
��� General Hardware
Mill.uu-, ami .Mr. I nomas .Mc- *
lymoiit attended. Mr. Williams ,
tade thc request pointing out thc [
In   this i
it-   sewer 11
increasing  Improvements  r
disirict which rentier tin
*iu advantage, and Mr, McClymont suggested that the engineering problem was practically nil
owing to tin- nature of the ground.
The mailer is left with the streets
committee.
Builders
Valves & Pipes
Qranlteware
SECOND -
Hardware
Oxford Stoves
Tinware
AVENUE
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...CASH..
Pool Block,    3rd Ave.
Between 7th and 8th
Advertise in The Daily NeVfSftCBUcfaUssignee
$337.50
ami 148.71 payable October 80th, 101]
ami 148.78 payaiii.* October :nuh, 1913
will secure either Of these lots
Lots 18-14 Block 8 s,*ciio��� -,
Crazed With Care
In charge of Mrs. Hoy who is
connected with the Salvation Army
Mrs. Cass the poor woman whose
mind has become deranged, was
sent io New Westminster by the
Princess May.
We   an*   agents   fnr  Ilu* old reliable
Phoenix,   Liverpool  ami  London  and
tilailii* and llritisli America Kin*   Insurance Companies.
Late Navigation
Information   has   been   received
by J. II. Rogers, steamship agent
here, that navigation on thc White
Horse antl  Yukon  rivers will  not
open   until   aboul    the   middle   of
Juno.    Lake I.ebai'ge, however, is
11 navigable.
The   past   winter   was   an   unusually  severe one consequently
the breaking up of lhe ice this year
is later than usual.
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Olive Oil
Beaumarchand
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Second Ave..
Limited.
Prince Ruperl, B.C,
New  Field
Provincial Chief of Police Wynn
left for ll.i/eltini today to commence work ill his new held.
A Pure Olive Oil
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S. O E. B. S.
Tin. Prinot Rupart tatxln, Mo. sis  .*(���,��� ���,
hniiliiiiil. mi*i*ln Ilia* llml nml Diinl Tna*i(laav. i���
Men iiimitli In tha* Otrproum Hull, m *. il ,���
K. V. CLARK, Sm
P. o. Box B12, Prinn Roport
verlising  anything but
Real Bargains
I llli Ave. and Brain St.
$100-Cash will handle this
lot in Bee. 8. The full
price is only $200. You
cun make a quick turn on
a small investment.
$$$$ will be made by tin*
fortunate investor in a lot
we are offering in section
G. $500 cash will handle
jt and wc can prove that
it is a snap.
Near Sth Ave. andEraamerion Place
$:��)()-Cash handles one of the
best buys in the city,
right on the hill where
nearly all of the best
residences have been
built, a pretty site and
very cheap, $1100.
5th Ave., Near lananuel Place
$188. IB-Down on a $31fi lot
near Seal Cove, splendid investment well located.
Cor. Sth Ave. and lananuel Place
*>.riOi) Cash handles this double
comer. The Cold Storage Plant has math-
corner one of the best
buys in town, as an in-
va'stment it is gilt-
edge, and $100 below
market, $900.
tf Cheap Rent Buiineai Quarter.
$2.a Per Month -will rent a
building 25x40 near Unl
and 8th Sts., suitable
for warehouse, carpenter shop, plumbing or
tinsmith.
1 Imi.Im, ��� the Place for You
$5(1 to $400 a lot will place you
in on this ncw Grand Trunk
townsite located in the
centre of Pleasant Valley,
Which is the cream of the
Hulkley Valley.
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PHENIX THEATRE
(Hauler New Management)
SUtM
TO-NIGHT
Complete  Change of Programme
Latest Pictures   -   Best Music
GET THE HABIT
EVERYBODY COME
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Adults 15c     -     Children 10c THE DA I^Y JNEWS
WE  HAVE  BUYERS  FOR  LOTS IN
STEWART
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers, Prince Rupert and Stewart, B. C.
Agents for Stewart Land Company,   Limited
= THE COSY CORNER = j
DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY   TO   THE  INTERESTS   OF   WOMEN     \
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This is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will he devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in ils discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a Bocial need.
1     DEVOTED   PRINCI
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Double Weekly Service
S.S. PRINCE RUPERT and S.S. PRINCE GEORGE
Sailt for Stewart, Thuridaya, 8.00 a.m.
HOW MANY WOMEN
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LYNCH BROS.
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Department Stores
Prince Rupert, B.C.   ,
GROCERIES SASHES
�� HARDWARE DOORS *f
CROCKERY GLASS
MEN'S FURNISHINGS BUILDING SUPPLIES
We supply Farmhouses, Camps, Mines, and
save the buyer money.
Write for our   Price   List
Mail orders receive prompt attention
Largest  Stock  in  Northern  B. C.
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THE
House of Good Values
���We huve just received a shipment of���
New Tailor Made Waist*,      Irish Linen Waists
"Royal Purple" Shoes for the Ladies
"Traveller" and "Palace" Shoes for the Men
We   -irry a large stock of Ladies' nnd Men's Footwear of nil descriptions.
SOl.K AGENCY KOR " lll'TTKKICK " PATTERNS.
The House of Good Values
JABOUR BROS.
Third Ave.
How  many  women   this moon-
.smitten night
Lie sleepless, smiling, holding each
apart,
Like exquisite white roses on her
heart,
The wondrous words love whispered lu-r all tlay,
Fearful lest Blumber dim their dear
delight.
Oh,   happy  sisters,   through   the
moon and dew,
Mere with my roses, 1 rejoice with
you.
How   many   women   this   moon
smitten nin'it
Turn from its wonders lest their
heart may break,
And yearning only sleep���yet count
awake
Each empty hour���like steps that
lend from love���
Praying hut rest, Imt rest���in joy's
tlespite.
Oh,  sisters,  woultl   tonight   your
eyes might take
This sleep I banish for my roses.
sake.
���Theodosia Garrison
IN THE SPRING
CHAI. NOTICK
��� Und DMriet   in.ua.-i ,.i. .,  i.,
run  Mllea that t'hrlnllan A. Tervo aal Stllallaa*.
*��� ' .. tveupellon nullum* olllcaT. Inta*nilia laa apply
a in purchaa*.* the liillnwitiK *l. , ,,i, ,l
> i    al   a   DM   i-'.ain. I   i,l,,in    t|,.���.
;'!''** nl a mila* naarili a*aM Irom tilacla*r HillW
��� a.i l..mk nl Sliklni. Itlvar ami on thr
Hi  iiinith ol a llltla* rra*a;ai, thence
.  WW  mirth  in chalnia.  tha-nca-
���" Ulalna, Ihanca* anuth  III chaina to point
' HI   allll   aa.ul mi,in,;   |i,ll   ;,,-,..   ,,������,.
' 11'cli. lu. l'Jll.
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CHIHSTIAN A. TKItVO
���I Diatriet���Diatriet ol Coaat lUng* 6
* i* l hat Annua llaaton ol Prince lluiaaarl,
ii'Hii'an mlnar, intemla to apply lair per-
|iurehaa�� tha* laillnwtnit ilaaarrlheat lamia:
oni ��l a poal planted at  the aouth
���    nl Lot II9S-, tha-ncaa 40 chalna waast,
''clmina anuth, thanca alaout 60 chalna
lanal l.nltia, tha*nce anoanalcrini- aali] lake
1    north-Hit iliri*ction to point ol com-
i     ��� ������������ iiihii.,: 170 acrea, more or leaa.
,' Pf.'W A* "������ N* E. Corner.
,'    ���'   11* Hit. ANGUS IIKATON
I ul'- March 4.
. Limil lllatrict-Dlalrlctof Conat.
���"" i lial I. Jnhn Miller, of Vancouver,
""'iiniliiin hutchpr, inlenila to apply for
laii.|..""""" l|Uf"l'����e the follaawInK ileacrlbeal
iai: nt ���   planteal about 1 chain
.'ar nl the ha-aal i,r Linacaamlw llay. and
'I aa N.K.eurner. Ihenee weat HO chalna,
Ihi      ""'"a? *" ''"ain.,  thenre enat HO chalna.
ih sn chalna, lo pnlnt of   enmmence-
' ''iitninlnir 840 arrea mon nr leaa.
JOHN Mill 1  K.
LAND  PURCHASE NOTICE
P b I
I I eh,, mn
Charlea 11. Btark, Auent
Imt i, Churlotie I.I,ml, Uml Di.irict -Diatrict ol
Skeena
'"""' lhat I, Jnhn McUod ol Vancouver,
1 Taiker. inleml lo apply lor pcrmMnn
ili'Vtil '"iJmJL,     ��'"1 P*���""" on the lollowini
H.''i,"."m',"'I"i< "'.* I""-1 Planteal at the moulh ol
N��� Vi ��"������ marked J. ���**'*������ S. K. Corner,
rlai.ii' ,i"""' r"rl.h H t',"ln"* t^nce weat 80
"halna t���", ��� ,"""!h *> ch"lna, Ihence eaat 80
;,"' W ml, _';<]�����>""^ll�����-������ll������    eontaalnln,
rfb hfifj1'W1" JOHN Mcl.KOD
( ... Clarance McDowell, Altenl
'" I   MflOttt laUnr), un,| |)i��trict-l)latrlct ol
TnW, a,    .a Skeena
���MNUmmS ',!"" h '"I"* Mel��Kl ol Vancouver,
"*l*'"'"l ;'k';r', "��'','"* '<> "ffly lor permiaaion
 a-iila',1 I,,,,,!,���1 *""* Petroleum on the following
'"'ii'l,'",''" I'-l"" "' ! Poat planled almut two milea
*, JW�� two milea weal nl ihe mouth ol the
N.a \,r ��"rl "'"Hteal J. Me.l,. N. E. Corner,
chaina   i," """I-  m c,m|na,  Ihence  Weat  80
"""I""'I..XT. "a""1' "�� *���"���*���*" '*"'���"* ***** m
*mm, in,,;,       ,    ""tamencemenl; cintaininn 010
tHtZtnS* "r '-""a*
"!-1'*li 2a, ion.
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���IIHN MeLEOD
Clarence McDowell, Ajent
Skaa-na Uml Diatrict Dlatriel ol tout llanin* Ta
Take r.a��'ice that Henry Macartney aal I'rince
Kill', ii It. C . occupatiun miner, intenala lo apply
lair taermaaaalon to purehaaae the lailtaiwinn deatcrilieal
lamia:
CommencinK at a poat planted nn the aouth
aide ol Kxchumalka Itiver. alaout 2 1*2 milea (rom
ita conlluenee wilh the Skeena Itiver ami alaout
1-2 mill**! weat from Kichumaika rapid., thenca* 80
chalna north, Ihence 40 chalna eaal, thenee hll
chaina aaiuth. Ihenca* 40 chalna wa��at lo point ol
commencement, containing :120 irna more or
leaa. Poat marked "II.M. S.W. cor."
Dala*al April 22, 1911. 11ENKY MACARTNEY
I'ub. April Vi.
Skeena Und Dlalrict -Diatrict ol Coaat
Take  notica* thai  I,  William John Corley  of
I'rince Itupert. H. I*., occupation rancher. Intend
to apply  fnr |a*rmlaaion to purehaae the following
aleacrilaed landa:
Commenrinn at a poat planted al Ihe aouthweat
cairner ol Lot HOIIS, Hum*.- 5, Coaat Diatrict, thence
aouth 20 chaina, thence eaat 40 chaina, thence
norlh 20 chalna, tbence weat 40 chain, to point
ol eommencemenl, containinu 80 acre., more or
leaa.
Dated April 8, lilll.    WILLIAM JOHN CORLEY
Pub. April 29.
Skcna Und Dialrici    Dlalrict ol Coaat
Take   nnllce  that   I.   William   Melville  Corley
ol   Toronto,   Ontario,   occuiiation   clerk,   intend
to apply lor permiaaion to purchaae lhe lolluwing
a!*- iiila.il landa:
Commencing at a poal planted at the northweat
ciimei nl l.n( :i0fa5, Ha,tg (V, Coaat Diatrict, thencc
eaat liO chalna, thence north 40 chain., thenee weat
20 chalna In ll,ir, (late alough, thenco along
alough aoutherly to point ol commencement, containing 1611 acrea more or leaaa.
Dated April 0, 1911.
WILLIAM    MELVILLE CORLEY
Pub. April 29.
Skeena Uml Diatrict -Diatrict ol Cnaat Range i
Take notice that I, Charlea A. Vaughan ol
Prince Raittert, 11. C, occupation merchant, intend
to apply for permiaaion to purchaae the lollowing
ileacrilaed landa:
Commencing at a taaaal planted nn Ihe aouth
bank ol Exchumaika River and about lour milea
Irom ila confluence with the Skeena River, tlienca*
80 chalna eaat, thence HO chaina nnrth, thence 80
chnina wa*at, thence 80 chaina anulh tn pnint ol
commencement, cnntalning 040 ncra*a more or leaa.
Dated April 21, Mil CHARLES A. VAI'OHAN
Pub. April 29.
Ska*enn Und Diatrict -Dlalrict ft Cnaat Range 6
Take naitlce that I, Frank llirka ol I'ort Ea-
.ingliin, occupation merchant, Inlend to apply
for iiermlaslnn to purchaae the lulluwing deacrilia**!
lanala:
Cummenrlng nt a poat planteal nn Ihe anulh
bank nl Ihe Encbumaika uiver and almiil four
milea from Ita confluence with the Skeena River,
Ihenn* 80 chalna weat, thence Hll chalna nnrth,
(hence 81) chain, eaal, Ihenca* anulh 80 chalna
tat point ,il commencement, containing MO acrea
more or leaaa.
Daleal April 21, Mil. ERANK HICKS
Puh. April 29.
A   Woman's   Fancy   Seriously
Turns to Thoughts of Hats
The important thing in the matter of hats is always to wear what
is most becoming, and certainly
there is no excuse this season, with
hats of every size and conceivable
shape, for any woman wearing one
thai titles not suit her style. Then-
are certain women who may wear
only small hats, while others seem
to demand something larger, more
splendid or dashing. Hut the
artistic woman tries to discover
what style suits her best and then
tlresses accordingly, whether she
follow the fashions rigidly or not.
The floral turban appears as
regularly as spring itself. It seems
to be a compromise between the
winter and the summer hats, and
though each year sees some new
development of it, it is nearly
always becoming for the reason
that (lowers soften and tone down
nearly every face. One of these
floral toques was quite a gorgeous
affair of immense yellow and purple
pansies. Another was made of
large single Russian violets, with
four elongated ltxips of bright
blue velvet ribbon at the back. A
third, which was very dainty, was
of large roses of the palest pink,
arranged in symmetrical rows, with
several loops of violet velvet rib-
Ixm. Turbans such as these are
worn, of course, only in the afternoons and with elaborate gowns
of foulard, surah and changeable
taffeta.
Large hats may this year bc
worn at all places antl seasons:
they are used quite as much with
the tailored morning suits as with
evening gowns; and, in fact, fashion in that respect is now completely reversed. Whereas we used
to wear the small hat during the
day, considering it more correct
to reserve thc large picture hat
for evening, thc exceeding beauty
and richness of the new turbans
have made them thc accepted
form of millinery for evening wear.
Ornamental head-dresses arc
now fashionable for theatre and
evening wear, .and they certainly
Impart a great deal of brilliancy to
the costume. They may be as
simple or as ornate, as one pleases.
Some are merely a ribbon of tulle
twitted rpund the head and fastened With a crystal buckle, while
others are high caps of iridescent
gauze ornamented with pearls,
aigrettes or feathers.
tions of the pigmentary glands,
while the others are Ionics and
cleaners: hydrochlorate of pilocarpine, (i grain;-; tincture of
jaborandi, 1 ounce; rectified spirit
of wine, 1 ounce; rose water I
ounces; orange flower water, I
ounces; any perfume desired. Rub
Into the scalp every night, pouring
a little of the mixture into a saucer
and applying to the roots of tlu-
hair with antiseptic cotton, which
is destroyed as soon as used.
Saila for
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
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ITEMS  OF..,
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The Ontario Football Associa
tion lias decided i<> communicate
with all provincial associations in
Canada with the object of organizing a Canadian Football Association. This will mean the insii-
t ti t ion   of   a   genuine   Canadian
r  ROGERS & BLACK
wiiui.KSAi.i*:  DBALHRS in-
Builcling  Material,   Cement,    Lime,
Hair-fibre Plaster, Coke, Blacksmith
Coal,   Common Brick,
Pressed Brick
Shingles, Lath, New Wellington Coal
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY PILLED
APPLE  CREAM
Makes a Delicious Sweet
Peel, core antl slice one pound
and a half of good cooking apples.
Put them into a lined saucepan
with half a gill of water, two
tablespoonfuls of castor sugar, and
the grated rind of one lemon. Stew
till quite tender, then rub through
a wire sieve and beat well with
an eggwhisk. Whip half a pint
of cream till quite stiff, stir the
apples into it, heap on a glass dish
and sprinkle with chopped almonds
GLOWING SIGNS COMING
Council is Inclined to Favor the
Fixing of Electric Advts.
Before long the blaze of the
brilliant electric sign will illuminate
our streets. J. II. Kelly has applied to the city council for permission to erect one over the
Phenix theatre. There was some
discussion about the matter in
council, Alderman Clayton expressing himself in favor of Illuminated signs as they are revenue producers, but remarking
that if projecting signs were to lie
prohibited in some cases (such as
his own) they shoultl be prohibited
in all cases. Some signs, he saitl
have never been taken down.
The question of signs is left
meantime in the hands of the
streets commit tee. Mayor Manson
inclines towards favoring the permission to erect signs not projecting very far over thc sidewalk.
Wants More Time
Eric Rosang has applied for an
extra three mon lbs for the completion of his contracts on Third
avenue and Hays Cove Circle.
He pleads the strike as a hindrance,
also alleging delay in cross-sectioning by the city. His request went
to the streets committee.
Rupert May be There
Thc Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire in B. C. plan
a big splash for the coronation day
They have arranged to hold a
procession in Victoria, antl are
asking all the city fathers of the
Province to take part by arranging
a car representative of their city.
Prince   Rupert  lias  been  invited
and the council arc considering it.
Want a Sidewalk
Second avenue residents petitioned the council Montlay for
a sidewalk between Seventh antl
Eighth streets. Referred to thc
streets committee.
To Start Ambulance Class
There is a proposal on foot that
a branch of the St. John Ambulance
Association shall be organised in
Prince Ruperl. Steps may shortly
be taken to organist; a branch
here under a medical man who
will instruct members.
GREY TOO SOON
Remedy for Restoring Hair that
Has I.out Color
For prematurely grey hair, have
the following prescription made up,
which is not a "dye." One of the
Ingredient!   stimulates   the  secre-
Ald. Hilditch Improving
Alderman Hilditch is improving. He is able now to sit up.
Monday thc Mayor and council
cxpressctl the hope that lie woultl
shortly be back among them again.
Wants a Clean-up Day
Alderman Clayton wants the
whole cily to have a half holiday
for the purpose of cleaning up
things. A tlay in June will be
fixed, but Alderman Newton does
not want the cleaning process to
be compulsory.
Mondays and Fridays at 8 a.m.
... Prince Albert sails for Port   Simp-1 Championslti
son, Nans Uiver Points, Masiet,
dSei.do"m.r' ';Very WL'll"t,S"|   Seata for ,|H' international  o
and for: matches at  Long Islaiul, N, Y.,
Refuge Bay, Skidegate, Queen next month arc lieing sold for S"i,
Sn^bSWi^boxe8 uiM ��rt from *75",
llarlmr and  return  viu  Queen  $200.
Charlotte City every Saturday, J 	
1.00 p.m.
The  Grand Trunk Railway Sy.tem      j      A,   E.   Woods,   lhe  ex-cliailipion
connecting with trains from the Paolflc I ten-miler of England, who is now
coast operates a frequent and oonven- j ....^.i:.,,, ;,, ���r,,.*,,,.,., wants to meet
lent service of luxurious trains over Its rm8      loro>����i wants to mm
.See Us for Prices.
Phone No. 116
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE ANli RETAIL IHtl'UiSIST
Phone No. 200 P, 0. Hox 580
PRINCE RUPERT. H.C.
double truck route between Chicago,
Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Halifax,
Portland, Boston, New York and Philadelphia. Information and tickets obtainable from the ollice hereunder mentioned. Traiin-Atlaiitic bookings by all
lines arranged.
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER AGENT
FAMOUS PRINCESS LINE
Canadian Pacific Railway   ���   B.C. Coasl Steamship Strvicc
princess May
Northbound, May 8th
Southbound, May 12th
^BJJIJflH^    Train for WlnnlptB and Tnram-
��||    Mv tu li'iia *    VuncnuvaT ut
^H^^p u.m. daily
^^r laaiperital l.inaitaial fur ChlcnKo,
Montreal unal New Yurk. llest train acrottf the
continent, leavcia Vancomier alaily at 3.4.-1 ii.rn.
Carries compartment observation cars, the finest
car on any road anywhere.
Aarent for nil Atlantic Steamship lina-a. Tickets
tn anal from European points.
J. G. McNab ��� General Agenl
W. L BARKER
Architect
Second aveiue and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Oflice.
MUNRO  &   LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:- AUDITORS
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 351
ALFRED CARSS,        C. V. BENNETT, B.A.
of British Columbia of B.C.. Ontario, Stu-
itnil Manitoba Bars. katchewan   anil  Al
berta liars.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Office���Exchunico block, corner Third avenue and
Sixth street. I'rince RuoerL 8
WM. S. HALL, L. D. S., L). D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operations skilfully treateal. Gas and
local annsthelics administered for the pnlnless extraction of teeth. Cainsultation free. Offices:
HelKcrson Block. Prince Ruoert. 11-12
HANDASYDE   ��&  HURT
Ai-.KSTS   KIIR   STKE1..    MAtlllNKRY
...AND   CONTRACTORS    Slirt'l.lKS...
P. O. Box 436 - Office 3rd and Fulton
P. O. BOX 2.1
I'RINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
ruriL ok w��. roxON, ksij.. a.r.a.m.,"i.on., km*,.
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE   agency
COLLECTIONS AND  REPORTS
SIXTH  STREET prince rupert
Alex.M.Mnnsnn R.A.,     W K Willium..ii a., i.i .ia
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
ELECTRIC WIRING
IN BOTH  PRIVATE AND BUSINESS HOUSES
Work performed by experts only.
A first class job is guaranteed jn
every instance.
A large stock of Chandeliers  and
Fittings  carried.
H. W. Blakely - Electrican
Third Ave.
Near Sixth
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables Second Ave.
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners, 'Phone 4
FOR   SALE
Two Box Bull Alleys, (1 fa*ot limit; Wall
ciibc anal canmter, chairs, enrd tables, etc.
$2111) takes the outfit for aiuiclt snla*. Apply
H. E. ROSS, Empress lintel Pool Room
Thiral Ava*nue - Priaico Rupert
any man ill Ilu- worltl
or LS miles.
;it 10 or 12
.jj w. j. McCutcheon
,,   Carries complete stuck of Drum.    Special
, ,      iitlftuinii paid In lilliiiK prescriptions.
!', Theatre Block phohi No, 19 Second Ave.
��� ���
+++++++++++++++++++++++-H
Harvard university will reect a
building for athletic training purposes at a cost of SoO.OOO. This
building will be in finish, a modem
hotel with accommodations for
aliout fifty men. The building is
erected as a memorial to Francis
Vardon Burr, who captained the
Crimson players in 1908.
Atl Wolgast) instead of being a
poor money-maker as a champion,
promises to gather in the coin
faster than tlitl Battling Nelson in
his lit-st days. Start inn with the
lirst Brown, fight, antl including
the. Moran fight on July I. Wolgast
will have made S51,(l()() in a little
less than five months. He got
16,000 for lhe first Brown fight,
S7,()(M) for the second Brown go,
S4,.r)(10 or more for the Memsic
battle, $7,f>00 for Lagrave, *s.00(l
for Hogan, ��7,0(10 for Bums anil
.���512,000 for Moran.
Carl Morris is the white man's
hope, Jack Johnson is the Mack
man's hope, ami Hank Peters, the
Hagersville Indian, appears to be
the retl man's hope in this heavyweight pugilistic squabble.
Afu-r their long training trips
several major It-ague teams will
have to get their real baseball
practice during tin- first two months
of the season.
>Q CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Agents
Ordori iiromptty filled.    PriccB rranonable.
OFFICE- H. B. HocheoU-r. Centre St,     I'hone 68.
Reilly's Bakery Lunch
Empress Theatre Basement
Cor. 2nd Ave. and 6th Street
Swift's Premium Hams ami Hacon with
Cowiohan Kirirs 115c, at
QUEEN'S RESTAURANT
J. W. Williams -: Proprietor
==E.   EBY   0%   Co. 3=
RFAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKAt.t'M ��� B. C.
Johnny Kane, who has been
;i utility performer with the 'ulis
for several years, has lieen released
to the Vernon Club of the Pacific
Coast League.
There will lie no free "ladies
day" in tin- Tri-State League this
year.   The stingy old things.
You can't beat Joe Can till ion.
At his Minneapolis ball yard Joe
will have girls selling tickets and
"Rube" Waddell performing "right
on the inside, gents."
The Westholme Lumber Co.
LIMITED
-WB HANDLK AU. KINDS OF-
BUILD1NG SUPPLIES
Firit Avenue Telephone 186
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO.  63
Meets in the MelKerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members of the order in thc city
are requested to visit the lodge.
G. S. JOHNSTONE. N.G.
H. MORTON. Secretary.
r
FREE
EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE    :     !
Chief Bender of the Philadelphia
Athletics   lias   uncovered   a   new   j
curve,
hack.'
He   calls   it   the   "come
Connie Mack says that no matter how good a hall player his son
Earl may become, he will never
play on  lhc Athletics while he is
the head of tlmt aggregation.   He
tloes   not   believe   in   mixing   tip
family affairs iii a ball game.
Kor all km.I- of help, cooks,
waiters, dishwashers, hotel porters, all kinds of laborers or mechanics, call up
Phone No. 178
or call at tin-
Grand Hotel Free  Employment  Office
Headquarters for cooks A waiters
Ottawa Britannia* will have all
hul two or three of last yen's
patltllers for their war canoe crew.
F. W. HART
0MOBTAKBR * kmhai.mkr
STaaa-K  OOKFLSfl
,., Utile's NEWS Agency
Dance    Weekly    dance    every
Saturday ill the K. of 1'. 1 lall 1-2(1111 I Magazines :: Periodicals :: Newspaper!
 ���  rir.ARS   ::  TOBACCOS  ::   FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
If You Are Even Half-ready
To Buy Property, Study
The Real Estate Ads!
MM
As soon as the property-
owning purpose gets a foothold
with you - liegiii to read and
answer and investigate the
real estate ails!
Anil by the time you are
half ready to buy a home,
leum all that the ads car.
teach you of property-values
���all that ad-answering can
teach you of desirable places
to live.
Yuur interest in real estate
advertisements may be responsible for your securing a
a better home than you can
imagine you can afford ���and
for your securing it sooner
than you had hoped to tlo.
PRINCE RUPERT WAREHOUSING AND
FORWARDING COMPANY
I'ar.l Ave.
rMcRaida*
Forwarding,   Distributing  and
Shipping  Agents.
Storage of Kaggage and Household (aootls- a Specialty.
-AT   LOWEST   RATE8-
o
I Douglas Sutherland, Mgr.
P. O. Box 907 Phone 262
_*m*��*��>m��m����>*P��>***********
BILLIARDS
and POOL
BOWLING,
4 Alleys 7 TiMr*.     A   tfnml cxrr-
clw.    A clonn nnt��    I*ft<li''^ every
afternoon.     Newman   Hlock, between lith nnd 7th Sl*.
TKD MOHUIHON,     Proprietor nnd Mnnntrer
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'^Al:.... THE  dai;ly jnjejwjs
Wanted!
Boy to deliver parcels ami make
himself generally useful. Will
pay $1.1X1 a day to the right lad
and give good business training.
BEAUTIFUL
Snow-White
LINENS
We have a very thorough stock
of them in:
Tsble Cloths
���Napkins
���D'Oylies
���Centre Pieces
���Sideboard Runners
���Table Cloth by yard
���Napkins to match
���Hemstitched sets of
Table Cloth and Napkins to match
���Everything else in
Household Linens.
.*..���.....*.:
��� ....   .���-.-..*.
H. S. Wallace Co'y. Ltd.
Dry I....*al., t Kmra..ar,. Etc.
Fulton Street and Third Avenue
The board is now in session, and
ii is not known what action may
be taken regarding die matter,
The resolution awaited the mem-
Ibers of die board on their return
Opposed to Conciliation Behind to Lethbridge after both parties
had made a tour of investigation
MINERS WANT
OPEN COURT
Closed Doors
MAY AFFECT EVIDENCE
: iii tlu- district,
Somebody   Lied
Lost and Found
FOUND-A ��niiall mam of money on 8nd Avenue.
Apply MeRM, HhoonaakaT, Fulton St       �������"��
METHODIST CONFERENCE
Ministerial and General Session
Morning and Afternoon
For Rent
Apply Dresel
Local  Union  at  Michael  Re-      \  certain  man  was heard   to
quests   Executive   Board   to remark in  the Majestic Theatre
Withhold   Evidence  Unless last   night   that   Reilly's   Baker)
Heard in Open Court.   No Ac- Lunch   was    jus!    an   old
tion by Conciliation Board. counter �� here a barber used to be.
  There is a ten dollar bill waiting
(Canadian Press Dispatch) for that man if he can prow Ins
Lethbridge, May 3.   A strong statement.   Perhaps if he had not
feeling prevails among  the mine- been so penurious he would have
workers generally against the pro- informed his lady friend and in-
ceedings of the Cor dilation Board's quirer  that   Reilly's was a  nice
being conducted behin closed doors, tea room where they could gel a
Todaj tite 1 ocal Union at Michael | lunch after the show
passed the lollowing resolution:
"We, the members of the Local
Miners' Union of Michael, request
the executive board of district lN
tn give nn evidence before the con
ciliation board .is long as proceed
ings are held behind closed doors.'
Woman wanted  at  once
Pantorium. 97-tf
al
Ministerial Session was the order
,������ business ihis morning at  the
Methodist Conference now in prog-
in the First Methodist Church.
II. Raley presided.   This
_ I afternoon, general session was held
and the lay delegates were present.
!   ,-  result  of   ilu*
ted-A Boy tor tWhrtrlt* groceries  Afl>*Y question of Union 0!
'  was not taken this morning
Nia-i* Pumllhid  riKinaia for   ..-H'u-
Rooming Home, ind Ave., new McBride,
Mny3*illio
HtniM with I roaamia ami bath, -�����reonni ���'���';;���
ulm. 2 num. furnl.hnl.    llun-muir. ba*t��
nn.l Tth Avu.   Apply on preml��ei.-Butier. ������ ���
Front OffldM in Alila-r Block.   Apply W. J* Alder.
DS-lOd
res
Rev. i i
ITS BRINGING BUSINESS
* *     _fn��U��rv Testifies to
Proprietor of bakery it
Value of Advertising
and  repeated ad-
ul newspapers
building up .i good  business
testimony ol ft".
,f  the bakery
nder tlie Em-
  nib
P^ meaut,      .-----^ ^
Help Wanted
vote on  die
f tin* churches
UlU'll ' Want.-..    _. ...... .... . .        ..
i    Uuuallem & Co., 5th Aa*.
H..y Wanted,   Apply at Oi-.na.--t I"' ft
C.H.k���At IVM Haatcl,  Mi.*-       '
r5 per month,    Applv Chiel Ste'
All.aa-a
AU��*rt.
Houses Wanted
Steamer  Bulletin
The water in the Skeena
is rising rapidly and
will  soon
ver
the steamers
in  Hazelton.    The
houses wanted- Furni.h��-.i nr unfumi.h- following is today's official bulletin
ed. 1 to t roaamaa.    Ulocation and P l��!ra:r>ln��*
me I will rent them mrwlf and Ml    sent   I"""   i\n-u.i. ���
lance, naa waiting, no lining.     Phone metoaa). |      f...m    .*l.il|llv    Illill
"Systematic
vertising 'm tlu'
is building
for me," '- die
Reilly, proprietor
and lunch counter u:
fheatrc.   "Yesterday
lished the prices
ih.- Sew
morning * du
1   did   all   '1
ilu*   p<
things  for
lo your sl
W.acr one
Black 59-Uncle Jerry. t .lilll. C      ^^^^^^^^^^^^
WANTBD-Threo. tour or Ave room t ,,,;     eleVCll    iilflu's    below    ZCTI
niialia*al. modern OOBVtnlem������-.  clote "���.>���"!       .
"phone 151.                             ^[
at 8 a.m
of my gooc
m,| i���  two hours  this
���   reble die business
jay   yesterday.
know   die  price
sale and   they  come
knowing what they
which reports rougher weather,
Triangle spoke the S. s. Zealand:
ia at 8 p.m. 180 miles from Cape
Flattery, eastbound. Also the
S. S. Prince Rupert at li p.m, but
her position was not given, Ta.
tiiosh reports the out steamer
Wasp at 4 a.m., the out steamy
Atlas and barge 93 al 4.40 ,un.
Out S. S. Charles Nelson at 5,20
a.m., S. S. Zealandia passed in at
7.30 a.m. Cape Lazo reports the
S. S. Princess Mary Bouihbountj
iroiii Comox at 8 a.m.
Let
,,l FIVE CHARGES OF MURDER
���ri
can affon
"Keeping
to spend,
everlastingly at  advertising in the newspapers must
'uiMiuss.    1 speak
inevii.il-l> bring
irom experience
One Man Found Guilty at Vancouver Assizes
ill
DANCE?
TO-NIGHT
McINTYRE  HALL
Afaisuon $1.00
Udws Fret
H
lit
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���BBHSVBaWEai
...THE...
"What Shall It Be"
Question
This store is prepared lo answer it
Tha* occasion may be what
it will; it is our duty to lu>
reaaiy to supply you. ami we
Cain do it ti>o.
With pleasure to ynu he-
cause of the size of display;
with profit tti you because of
our ability to sell close.
When tha- gift question presents itself let Uii >hn\v ynu
how easily we can match your
ideas.
tSiL.A
Take a Kodak
With You....
Board Wanted
-
Operator by McHugh'
Inlander by Sheady's at 7.30 a.m.
Conveyor !���> Hardscrabble at s
(Canadian Press Dispati 1.
Vancouver, May 3.���Five true
bills I'or murder charges, were
returned by the grand jurj al the
criminal assizes this morning, R ia-
ch, the old man who was charged
tcis Langlier Appointed | with attempting to murder Joseph
NEW LIEUT-GOVERNOR
Sir Fran      ^^
at Quebec Today
WANTED-Roaam ond txviral   In pnvala* family.        m
\    \1       Hl.l.la il.l   Ut'!.. *' , ,. *<>  *...._       ,,
Distributor by topper River at
X.M.. Optlmlit Ollice.
Fire Insurance
Heintzman Pianos
EASY TERMS
C. B. WARK
Jeweller
OUR SPECIALTY-Firc I: -    .    ���      tt ���
wnt rli'Vi'n  ttTOQB Fir.   !������-.*.i-   <   C
\\> want   your   buiim*-.     \t_rgt
Let ui tiuote you rate*.    Hm Ua
Ihmrnnco Company, 001   -������ K\'i   a-
THE British Union tad Not
Oompany of London.  .-,  ������       �� th   capital
of B.800,000.0a    Sec u�� for r��te#. ���   M
Realty ami Iniuranee C mpany, HMf
Situations Wanted
, a.m.
i imuicca by t
a.m.
Port Simpson
; .ii a.m.
Hazelton  by Graveyan
en route to Prince Rupert.
pper River at
,y McLeod's
"   Poin
Canadian Press Dispatch)
Quebec,   May   ll.���Sir  Francis
7 Langlier,   Chiel'   Justice   of   the
Superior (nun of  the Province,
ii was this morning appointed Lieut-
Governor to Succeed lhe late Sir
t Charles Pellctier, whose death was
recendy announced,   The position
carries  with  it  an  allowance  of
Fax on Carrall street in the city
some time ago was found guilty
by the jury. His sentence w.i*
deferred till the entl of ihe nmn.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
GET IT AT McRAE BROS.
and receive FRKK
instructions in Exposing, Developing
and Printing. We
will put you right
and keep you right.
Good pictures guaranteed. Developing. Printing and
Enlarging done for
amateurs.
A   cla����ltied  advertiien*.* *.*.    - a I
hunter-ana! .eldum fr. ���
Byexpiriena*eal manand ��:fa*��<>- '    ���"
in nnninir campur ctauu' '*      ���   ''. 1.
T.. Opliml.t.
Smoker
All Scandinavians are cordially
invited to attend a smoker to be
given tomorrow night by the
Scandinavian Society, in the Car-
s Union Hall.        98-99
Skwna Lianal Dstrict -District ol Qunn a | _,;, .t.
Take   notice   that   t'.a'iirlta*   Krina'll   nl   I'rinw
Rupert, U. C, occupation liutchiT, irat.-aa-l-- i.iu*.*,h
(or piTmisaaion to purchaaa" thc lollowii'S daCHM
lamia: ,       .    ,
Commencinu  at   a  post   planta'il  iilmi.t  tmm
,  ..,.,, a mill's west  anil two miles soulh ul tli.* moult ia|
in (Kin a year and a government g23��� creek when, it empti*  m,, xtd��
' llarlxir, t'.raham Islam), thenco SO chuina wauih.
reside
.���'���-*���:     pe liter
Boarders Wanted
Hame cooked meal, and ������ Mb '. uraiiaha-i
(a.r thre* persaans.     A;    *   Mr-    ItUDM,  S
Bld��.. Jral Ava*.. laetwe. I Ml ��!���! Wl St*.    IS-tl
Priaata* Btaard by the ���"������'< or miT.th.    11 -
nir a specialty.   M ii K.  M. taleeson, 3rd
Ave. I- ia... ta Tth and *:h Slav
Corporation of the City of
Prince Rupert
Increase Water Supply
i hy Engineer l>.i\i> h.i> sent
i party of engineers and assistants
to Mount Olillieltl io look over the
ground in the vicinity with  ilu-
object   of   t'mtlii'g   out   the   pos-
__ sibilities   to   increase   the   water
'. ii.   -upply for the cily so that   there
Taoaiar aa  ......... _.
���n.   im . Court aif Revision for the Coriaratii'n aal the City ^b^
h���nei-i  .'At  of Prince Rupert will I- held m the City Hall.   Will be no Miortaui- lllls Sllllllller.
i       ���   . ���������������i. B.C..onMondar. '
For Sale
laasa'ltne Enirinf. 3 horv-i-awer, cheap.
at Keeley's Drug Store
    ._.��� .. Jum* 5th. I'.'ll.
at lOo'ekrcli a.m.. f.^r the purpoooof hMri&g com*
piaints airainst the Aa-a--aaa r *. .,- mn i.- t,,r tlie
Any peraon desirimr tai tnaiaa* compUlnl airainst j
the saial Assessments muat arive notice in writinir I
ItaUltf   **aj-.* *at oaamplaitit to the ktttttm* itt
- - -a���  -a    ..t   ,,.���   .���*,! a
thence  SO  chains  wa>st,  thence  SO clium. nurth,
thence HD chans easl lo point ol coinuleiica-meiit
anil containinR 640 acrea more orle*a.
Dated March 17, 1911 OEORQE FUIZZELL
Puh. April 7. Numa Ua-im rs. Akiol
Oueen Charlotte lalands Land District - I lialrin ul
Skeena
Take notice that 1, J. O. McN'ah ol I'rinc* Ilu*
pert, occupalion general agent, intenil lo apply
tor permisaion lo prospect lor coal ami pa-trjlatwl
on tne following da*��crilieal landa:
Commencing at a poat planted al the so hetlt
corne' ol Section il, Townsh p 2 llrialu'ii l.ist.l
and marked J O. McN., S. K. Corner, ������������:*<
west M0 chaina, thence naarth ao cliam*. ihenea*
east SU chaina. ihence aouth 80 chains lo point ,1
eommencemenl. ,  _    _
Date.1 March 8. 1911. J. !���   McNAB
Pub. March i5. WiUon laowlng. Ami
kee na Und Disuict -DUtrict ol Corul IUni,-e V
Take   notico  that  Jack   Bedford  ol   Kl .
Yorkahire,   Kngland,  occupatiun  over-laha..:. _,
lends to  apply  for permisaion tu purch.     tta
lollowing described landa:
Evjeaj
Nice tittle home on brow .j.rrlaa.ikinar harlwr.cla.se i
in. .r.;. ���:-���*   . uk *'.*���     W.J. A
Wellbuilt 11 f..: r .aina*   -.it.    L.*cker a  ������.-.
intf full equipment c*-***. *.-   f   ne pelt   I
. .    ti... -:   ��� n
..air aal*. .#rs. taa. j i*t. rowlocks, maat.
laalaneed luar sail. f.-Mln.- anchor. �����' feet ra��i��-
Weather and Shipping
I'rince  Ruperl  >et> a good  ex-
'lltff       fftUM*     !���!       l~l>lll|>IUIIll      III      i.aa       a..       - > | Is t   -
Apply Vlilf. ten alays previous to the simni: nf the <ui.l   ample  to   llll- Whole COUSt.     |-.XCept .	
Court it. ��        a i *      *       a  *     a* easterly bounaiary ol timber limit :lt.l2*) and ta
J.C McLENNAN. Aatessor        al    I nailglC   where   11   1>   dnZZUllg   ihe southerly limit ol lot 39K9. lUnje s C<M
, , , ,*   ��� , Diatrict,  whera* the said limits inlir*..-.. t'.-fa
today, the weather conditions along | iiontTtM ��outheriy limit ot lot ���*"���* ���������*
Commencing al a poat plantod at a polnl .n^tlaa
nnai
ICewds.   Room* *..* l*let.     Apply Hn.   n,t���| at Trince Rupert. B.C.. May l>t. 1*11
Evjen. 7th Ave. and Ta    rSt. near Summit. :���'��� ....__________������������������������������������������.
Tenders Wanted
T--r���..����� r�� W
U b�� r��tfvtd hy U�� UDd��rttfMd up   Pcrl   district,   .1
.v.May Hh.for th�� excavation "f & part   jWi i  .-  ���
1-   -_ A  tm* I... l_mm   i.UnL- IHI lh,.      'ITV      ��ll*.(l     lilll
^^M ^h^h .ti,.i tin- prujwdion thcrvol in
till'    roast    art*    BOmeWll.U    Similar   so chaim more or lw lo ihi* wt��l.rl>  lit. i at
...        ���      t\ ��� it        timber limit :)25Ul, thencc In a wuUwly <tiMUoi
c prevailing in rnnce Ku- laio&g t\w iui monnoncd umit u riniw n^
^^^B .        .       .        . nr U*** to thc northerly limit of limber li-
ItuG   C10UQy(   DUt | thencc tn a wmttcrly ihmvtion along tin- Iwt rwe-
tioncU limit 80 chaina more or Icm tu ti
to
tin
   __i '*%__, __h,*_,\ trro'jndu and for laving plank on tht 	
UrRnt- Rras    f im/Wl SaSraaSSTS.nl.,��i-Jntr3ig��fi; ��� *|reported from  Estevan
.\lCl\QC   DTOl*., L_.llTllieU .*.��r ..r carry-. :..elity EnpnMrs Omce.
SIXTH    STRKET    AND    SK.'a.M.    AVESCE       [���..���',   ����R*******��**. Bo.1 Bono.HWI       ...
_. SAWl.E.
Sec. School Board
limil ol limlH'r limil 3I029, thenca- in a Millar!;
direction 11 chalna more or leas to tlie point .
commencement.
., ���*______** , DatealMarch ��, 1911. JACK IlKIHMIlU
mostly -mouih except ;it tnangle puia. March 25
Passing Bhowers are
Se.i   is
naSS:3:8:3ffi^^
GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC
Townsite
The only Main Line
Townsite in British
Columbia in which
the Grand Trunk
Pacific Railway Co..
has announced its
joint ownership.    -:
Lots in Ellisoi!
Townsite and
Rogers Addition For Sale.
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The flrtt glanei ���*��;   ihowyoatbat  ELLISON li located at tb* junction of the Sket   ��� R   ���       I thi
ley Valley.    The lirami TruiiK !'����� ' "Uiioul that
they an* joint owners In the towmite "f Ellison. Now,
my dear reader, you must remember tiiat up to dat* th*
Grand Trunk Pacific has not announced thai it  has any
interest in any other main line towntit* in I!riti.��h Columbia.    Doei that -tart ymi thinkinir'.'
STUDY THK MAP and you will find that Ellison  ll
where the railway trat-KS leave navigation,     That fact is
��� very Import*) 1 on* for conservative investors to think
over.   Wt.ir li known u th* Hatelton ili��tria-t covi
territory many milei In extent in every direction railiat-
Ing from the towmiteof Ellison.   Mil ngmachli   jr. on
ei ts, imalteri. reduct ml .-al! iort�� of
g ��� p< ratioi -  ��� ��� ���   .   :   n this ricl mini ral *-���.
in ,--, necessarily have a metropolis a HUB, a hei Iquart*
���rs,   li ;i* y tarn I gun   out  any
other ipot except Elllion for the hub of tin* great com-
norct a.f thli i  ��� ��� '
��� a the Grand Trunk 1 1.    It does 11 --m as
thoimii th**e ..I' clali, after
y*an   Of  investiga
tion a* I en j   a*     .���   1   .    know   u��t what th*y wen
doinir wlian they put th'*ir official stamp on Ellison.
STUDY TIIAT MAI'-I !*sir. ;.. say to hII parties
who are talking towiwit** in th* vicinity of Sk**n* Hi\a*r
and Bulkley Val',-y that then loubt  he several
small towns, just thc same as ore alwa*. - I in a min-
itrict Tlmre will bi towni in the vidi I of El-
slong branch railways, probably towns at the ends
of branch lines made t" sirv.* thc mine* and the collieries,
but it will be history repeating itself In regard to th*
building up of every metropolis. Ellison has every natural advantage, I . - -mark t.f being the future
mercantile and financial centra 'af the .Skeeva River mining district and the entrance to the Bulkley Valley.
STUDY TIIAT MAP andyoa will And that all of
the mining towns and railroad town* around then
, 1 Ing to i*c talk- 1 il 0 .t will onlv i��' feeder* to cit*.
rt of ELLISON, The Grand Trunk Pacific ha* | I
its official stamp on Ellison, Do yo-.i believe iha. con,; si.
will do as much fnr towmltei owned by li dlviduali a* it
will for or,* in which its stockholder* an* joint oa
If j" .    ������ don't buy any Iota ir Ellison,    if you desire to
I Investment, or merely to make I
quick money, you must decide  for  yourself right  now,
I)n ynu apropos* to follow the individual tOWtlslt* promoters or the (irand Trunk Pacific Railway Company.
STUDY THAT MAI'-If vou desire to put ycur
1 . Into a real estate promot*r'i townilt* you will
havi* many, many opportunitiai this summer. The average promoter is full of hurrah and red tin*. He must
enthuse investairs of the mail-order class with his war.-.
ELLISON is in the Missnuri class. Therefore, 1 am not
telling any fairy tales about it. I am making statemeMs
that can be readily verified.
STUDY THAT MAR-If you want to join that
great army of hive-tors-at-lnng-rango. then you should
put your money into promoterr townsites, If you want
:. pt rfectly safe and sound inuestment, certain to bring
vou large profits, tha*n nut your money where the Grand
Trunk Pacific, after years of careful investigation, have
put their money.
STUDY THAT MAP.-It is not likely the Grand
Trunk Pacific will have any other townsite in British Columbia for sale this year. The officials of the company
state that the company is not interested in nnv   townsite
in tha* Hatelton district except ELLISON.
ELLISON Is on tite bank of th* Skeena at its confluence with the Bulkley.    Ymi may change railway sur-
vi vs. you may change the location of towns, but you cannot change the geography of the country thrnug*h which
the railway passes. The head of navigation necensarily
means an important townsite. Ellison will not only he at
the head of navigation, but the centre of e mining dictrict
wonderful in its resources that is now being opened up,
an I for which Ellison will be the shipping puint both by
rail and water. The fact that trains may change en-
giiv?s up or down the line or in the suburbs' of the town
of 'illison d0<B not amount to shucks In building up a
tov.n when such places are compared with a lown locnted
where rails and navigation meet
STUDY THAT MAP. You will find on the official
plan of Klhson that a large part of the townsite has bnen
reserved for future sales, the same u the company has
don* with certain lections of Prince Rupert townsite
There are. therefore, at this time. Comparatively few lots
on the market.    > ou must hunv if vou want one
STfl.Y THAT MAP. gfafiS' ADDITJON to
Ellison, onlv a small parcel of land, lies within eight
blocks of the tite Of the railway station. Lota in tlii*
are being offered. 1 am .advising my clients to buy Rogers Addition lots at |160 for inside l���ts and $ j 50 f incomers Terms 10 per BMIt discount for cash, or 10
per cent, down and th* balance on easy terms, no interest
Off
ices: 2nd Ave., Facing Grand Trunk Terminal
JEREMIAH H. KUGLER
Prince Rupert, British Columbia
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