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 The Prince Rupert Optimist
i
DAILY  EDITION
/OL II,  NO. 94
Prince Rupert, B.C., Friday, April 28, 1911.
TART AT NEW T.
AWARDS CONTRACT FOR A ROAD
FROM EDMONTON TO PEACE RIVER
Later on Will Continue the Line Through Pi je Pass to the Pacific Coast���-Cowan Construction Co. are Successful Tenderers for the Three Hundred Mile Stretch
to Du ivegan 0.1 the Peace River---Gra id Tru,;k Pacific Award
$2,500,000 Contract to Haney, QuUe   & Robertso.
(Special    to   ilu-   Optimist)    I Coasl in the vicinity of the Port-
I liiutl Canal.
The Next Step
|t\'i-..*.'.ipeg,   April   2S.   The   fir8t|,miu >������"��� From   there  the  Ih.c  will   be
fiiiitt-   step   of   the   Canadian     "u>   P|lM>   wh'ch   have   l*��M extended  through  the Phe Pass
stirih...   Railway lo li. k up an- arreuged  ''>'  <1-1' company's e-.-jto the Pacific Coast, opei.i-..g up
l,,.rBr,v.TriUM-.,-.iii��MalK��!i|.;R��wrM>n.vi.li*f,.rl.rii.��*lii*.KMit  m!IU��*j   of   r.crcs   of   rich   agri-
,      ,   ,        1      ..      from ilu- C. N. R.'s prose t mail
\ w..�� taken totlav, when they ��� '
"  lint- i.i  Oi awav, a  low-.-   thirty
tlw.'.riU'il ,. co-. trail lo the ( OWai!
miles west of Edmoi to*. . From
ir struction Co. to build three there it runs i.orth**esl to Pem-
tundrcd iiiil<-s of ro;ul from Ed- brii a, a>.d ovi to the Aihahi.sca
li... 1.. to the Peavc River. Later River, [twill cross the Athabasca
L.i it i> proposed to extend ilu- eighty milt-s below the McLeod
|in- westward through Pint* Pass, River, antl then go or to Dunvcgan
bring  il  out  lo  the  Paci ic ' on the Peace River.
cultural I;.-. ils.   The C. N. R. has
already   ;   coi trollir.g ii. teres t  it
lie   Portlu.d  Cav.nl  SI11.it   l.i-. e
��� im  building nil of Slcwwt tip
Kiuer Creek.
Winnipeg, April 'JS. The largest contrail let ihis year in Western Canada was lei this morning.
It is for the completion of the
('���raid Trunk Pacific shops at
Tn'.i so.-, a. He...ey, Quiv.lan &
Robertson were tl.e successful ten-
dercrs, They will complete the
work for 12,600,000.
Some Big Shops
11 c  locomotive  si o| s  are already   i e;,r completioi .    As soon
as these are finished they will be
put in operation.
The work on the coach, car,
machine and boiler shops will be
begun at once.
JANG RUPERT'S PRAISES
OVER THE CONTINENT
|Mr. O. M. Helgerson Returns After a Trip to England
Found a Lot of Interest Taken  in  Prince
Rupert and Helped Create More
��� in  ihe decks oi ocean grey-
Hindu -urging across the Atlantic,
���in thc study compartments of
iKnglish railroad r;.ii-.s, in the med-
lieval hotels of sedate old England,
lin Montreal, in Winnpieg, in cities
j- uttered across the treeless rolling
'.it ic, Mr. o. M. Helgerson, the
[well-known local real estate man
has  preached   ihe  gospel   of   the
advantages and opportunities of
Prince Rupert and then the gospel
nl Canada .1- the country for men
|with faith ami enough sand to
It'.ld il up.
Mt. Helgerson relumed yesterday after a four months' trip to
several cities in the old lard and
.11 ross this country.
l.i old London hc put up at the
Savoy   Hotel,   which   is   in   thc
loric  highway  known  as  ilu*
Strand. There hc lefl seme facts
aboul Rii|H-ri. He called into the
('.rami Hotel, facing Nelson's monument in Tralafgar Square and
did the lame thing there. Down
irio quaint and sleepy Cheltenham he went and stayed at thc
house where Queen Victoria had
once stayed lo rest overnight antl
talked Ruperl and Western Canada there. Ile found thai then-
is ii lot of interest centered in this
city antl some Knglish capital
will be trickling out this way soon.
Back to New York on the S. S.
Lusitania the leviathan of the
ocean steamers, came Mr. llcl-
gerson.
He found ureal things and greai
expectations OD the prairie citit-j>.
bltt he siys he's glad to lie hack
in Ruperl which has a future
ahead that beats every other place
TRIAL OF
CAPT. SEARS
To Take Place at Victoria Assizes Next Month
THIRTEEN FOR DEFENCE
Preliminary Hearing of Manslaughter Charge Concluded.
Witnesses Examined. Sears
Who Repeated the Story He
1 old at Inquest is Committed
iSpecial to lhe Optimist)
Victoria, April 28.- Captain Al-
'"' Sears, master of the steamer
Irtjqouia which swamped off Sid-
"���> on the Knit Imt with a loss
,! Ot least twenty-one lives, hits
1"" committed for irial al thc
\ssiwai here next month. He will
'"' charged with manslaughter as
""nounced after the inquest on
^victims of the disaster whom
�� ia ,tllci;,.,| |���. |,.f| ;,, p,,ri| -|-)|(,
prdinn, ,,i\ i,,-.,,;,,j,,,( sears' case
���'Pltided today.   There were thir-
l witnesses for lhe defence.   All
jjheir evidence, Captain Sears
|ell was again questioned close-
1�� simply repealed the account
Jin- disaster which ha gave at
���inquest.
REFERENDUM   FLUNG   OUT
Melbourne   Rejects   It   by  An
Immense Majority
Melbourne, April 28.���Today
the result of the Referendum vote
hen- shows the Rerefendum  rejected   by  a  majority  of  over
17(1,01)0 voles.   This defeat affects
the entire position  of  lhe  Fisher
Government though it is not likely
that  the Caliinet will resign as a
result of it.
BLAST   DOES   $60   DAMAGE
CONSERVATIVES INITIATE
POLICY OF OBSTRUCTION
Tied Up the Proceedings of  the  House  of Commons
Yesterday in Order to Prevent Reciprocity
from Coming to a Vote
(Special lo the Opiimist I 'hours   dragged   on   without   the
Ottawa, April 28.���In iheir eff- reciprocity bill being reached.
oris to obstruct the discussion of Neither Will Move
the reciprocity bill, the Conser- Neither Sir Wilfrid Laurier nor
vatives succeeded in tieing up the Mr. Borden will give way, and
business of the House yesterday, the parties are in a position when
Not a speech was heard, the a dead-lock has arisen. It is
whole day being wasted in arguing learned thai the Conservative
to and fro aliout the deadlock, caucus, where the obstructive poi
from which neither of the leaders icy was agreed upon, followed a
will retreat. | Liberal caucus when- it was agreed
Oastruction Methods by the Government  followers to
Thc Opposition,  knowing   that' push  the campaign  with  all ag-
the day was set  to resume the gressiveness.
debate on  reciprocity, contrived
to head il off by milking charges
ahainst one of the French members,
Ncw York, April 28.���At a big
banquet  held  here last  right   al
and insisting on forcing a dis- which he was the guest of tht
mission on whether the charges i newspaper inen of America, Prcsi-
should In- made the subject of an
investigation. Appealsand threats
were thrown away, and with no
closure   lo  limit   the   debate,   tin
der t Taft declared thai "reciprocity must In- adopted now or
never, It must stand or f.dl by
iis own terms."
NEW STORE
BURNED OUT
Furniture Store Window Shattered this Morning
Aboul  Stio worth  of damage
to plate glass and crockery was
done this momlng to the furniture store of Mr. J. F. McDonald by a lilast which scattered
rocks at the comer of hirst avenue
and McBride street.
The shot Wiis evidently insulfi-
dentiy blanketted, and one large
rock w.ts hurled out ami driven
through the furniture store window. Mr. McDonald hatl only
just arranged there ;i new consignment of crockery a good deal
of which was smashed.    No Other
damage to the stock or fittings of
the store w,is done.
Alfred  Wells was Nearly Suffocated in Bed
SMOKE WOKE  HIM  UP
Telephone Insulation Melted
Just as He was Phoning for
Brigade. Whole Store Gutted
and $1500 Worth of Stock
Destroyed.
I.asi   night   the   now   grocery
store just established by Messrs.
Slalker & Wells ill Hays Cove
avenue was completely gutted hy
fire. The blase started al aliout
one a.m., and Alfred Wells who
was sleeping in an apartment above
the store hatl a narrow escape
from lieing suffocated. Awakened
by the smoke which poured in
dense clouds into his room, he
escaped only just in time. Reach-
big the telephone, he had just
got   a   call   through   to   the   lire
brigade when ilu- instrument wns
cui off hy the melting of the In-
stiliiiion.   ln ;i few moments the
whole interior of the store was on
lire. Mr. Wells had no time
to save even a suit of clothes. All
his effects were burnt The cause
ol the outbreak is unknown.
Though the scene of the lire was
so far from the fire hall, antl the
firemen had not a horse to help
them, they reached the store in
time  to save  the entire  building
from being consumed. Ihe walls
and part of the roof are still
Standing. It was necessary to
run out over 1100 feet of hose as
the    nearest    hydrant    was    that
distance away. Water is scarce
ir that district hut the firemen
did their best. All ihe stock,
valued itt 11500, was quite ruined.
Messrs. Stalker & Wells are milking arrangements to cope with
ilu- demands of their customers
in   the   I lays   Creek   district   by
additional deliveries from their
Second avenue store.
Aboul s'.IOl) damage was done
lo   lhc  building.     The  store  was
owned by Mis. Florence Hansen
<>f Hcndrun, Minnesota. Messrs.
McCaffcry & Gibbons arc Inr
agents in this cily, .mil had
effected the insurance on ihe building.
+���
I BASEBALL SCORES
Northwestern League
Tacoma   1.  Vancouver  2;    1
ii ���. ings.
Victoria 7, iii Spokane 0.
Portland 0, at Seattle ti.
National League
Philadelphia 4, Brooklyn 2.
Cincinnati 1, Chicago 2.
New York 12. Bostor I.
St. Louis-Pittsburg game pos
poned, (rah).
American League
Detroit (i, Clevclai d :i.
Chicago 14, St. Louis I.
I'hili.de'.pl i,.'.), Washii gtoi 0.
New York -I, Boston '-,.
Los Angeles ti, Yen t/.. 5,
PortU.: d :i, Si.cr.iiit'i toO,
Oakk : d :>. S.    Ir.. ciscn 5.
written   by   tl e  Mack   U.-...i>   i.
li surnace Co.
No one can. insure agar. st the
outbreak of tire, but  by  taking
out a policy with the Mack Realty I
iS: Insurance Co., you can insure j
against loss hy fire and automatically you will be assured of thai I
prompt   settlement   of   claim   so'
strong and successful a feature of
this firm.
DOESN'T LIKE STABLE AIR
Breach of Health By-law Comes
Up in Police Court Today
Today the famous case of the
stable which was allowed to be
built too dose to a dwelling
house in the fall of hist year, came
up in the polec court. L. E.
Macfarlane laid information against James McKay for having the
stable within twenty feet of his
resilience. W. E. Willliams defended McKay who was fined the
nominal sum of 81. The stable
Wiis allowed to go up in its present
position as the result of a misunderstanding of the inter-relation
of the Health and Building Bylaws both of which affect the
building of such premises and
should be studied by anyone intending to build.
KMI'KKOK Wil.1.1AM (IF C.KUMA.VY AND FOl'U OF HIS SONS
ATTACK MADE ON LIFE
OF GERMAM EMPEROR
Unknown Assassin Fired Three Shots Into the Kaiser's
Stateroom as  Imperial   Yacht Was Cruisihg
Off Corfu   in   the   Mediterranean
The S. S. Inlander will leave
for Skeena River points tomorrow
morning.
LAW BATTLE
FOR LIVES
Defence of McNamara Bros, in
Los Angeles Outrage
A "HARRY ORCHARD   CASE
Far-reaching Plans Laid by the
Counsel for Forthcoming Fight. The Alleged Confession
and Frisco Landlady's Important Affidavit.
(Special to the Optimist)
London, April 28.���lt is reported
here   that   an   attempt   has   been
made on the life of the German
Emperor. Three shots from a
villi' in the hands of an unknown
assassin were fired Into lhe Em-
pcror's stateroom on the Imperial
yacht, while cruising off the Island
of Corfu in thc Mediterranean,
whither thc Emperor had gone
in search of rest.
Report is Denied
The statement has been made
tlie subject of an official denial
at the German Embassy, hut the
evident reluctance of die officials
io giveoui any information, rather
confirms the report, li is not
believed however that the Emperor is injured.
The trip to Corfu in lhe Imperial
|yacht is a customary Eastertide
vacation for the Emperor, after
the labors of a winter in the capital.    Despite the prorogation of
thc Reichstag, and the postponement of the general elections till
early in 1012, the country is much
excited politically.
Animosity Aroused
An iii tempt of the Conservatives
to pass a hill granting a constitution to Alsace-Lorraine, has not
only revived French feelings, hut
has aroused animosity in Prussia,
which even now has only 17 votes
to 5S in the Federal Council, li
is thought that the alleged attempt on the Emperor's life is the
outcome of the intense political
it-cling now abroad.
IS DUBLIN
DISLOYAL?
there  arc  other  important   lines
of evidence to be followed out
closely.    One of  these is lhe fact
.is stated by Attorney Fredericks
thiit Mrs.  Ingersoll, keeper of ,i
San Francisco hoarding house, has Corporation Refuses to Present
completed   her   Identification   of Address of Welcome
lames McNniaara iis  |. B.  Bruce 	
and has signed an affidavit t- that     ROYAL VISIT  DELAYED
effect.
  Advisers  Represent   to  King
NO USE FOR ISLAND
George and Queen Mary that
It Would be Better Not to
Visit Ireland at All.
This wiis an unfortunate fire
In so far as the premises and
slock are totally ruined. Happily
there wns no loss of lift- and with
the prudence common to all up-
to-date business firms Messrs. Stalker & Wells had Insured iheir
premises and stock with a "prompt
to the minute settlement" company
(Special to the Optimist')
I.os   Angeles,    April    28.    The
ines of defence and attack iu I lie
coming great legal battle for the
lives of  the McNamara brothers
are being planned by the counsel
So far iis the defence is concerned,
ii was announced hist night by
defending counsel that one main
line to be taken will be conducted
upon the theory that there is a
"Harry Orchard problem"   to be
dealt with. Harry Orchard, it
will be remembered was the man
who gave Slate's evidence after
the  Colorado  dynamite outrage, is also reported  from SkidegaU
hut  whose evidence  the jury   re-   Iked.i    and    Kstcvan.      Tri.ingl
Uncle Sam Lets the Dutchman
Have It
(Special to the Optimist)
(Special io ihe   ptimist) London,  England,  April 28.
Manila, April 27.   Delayed ad- ��*'in8 *" *���**' apparently very dls-
vi.es received   here  today  bring loyal  attitude of  the City Cor-
ihe report that thc Dutch have notation   of   Dublin,  which  has
taken possession of Palmas Island refused   to  prescnl  any  address
about  sixty miles south-east  ofM welcome to King George and
Mlndano. They lowered the Stars 'J'""' Mary in the event of their
and Stripes, and hoisted the Dutch visiting that ciiy In   slate,   thc
Hag.   It is understood that  the King and Queen have been strong-
United States authorities at Wash-.'y advised nol to visit Ireland at
ington do  not   intend  to  protestM   ,,lis   summer,     lt   would   be
against thc action as they regard!better, think the royal advisers,
the island as valueless. Inol to undertake the visit at all
 I than have any risk of a disloyal
Clear  sunshiny  weather  such 1 demonstration In  the capital oi
as prevails at Prince Rupert today I the Emerald Isle.
fused to believe.
Besides the alleged confession
to be featured in lhe campaign
of the attack for the prosecution,
..--_.~.*%*
Don't forget tho Basket Ball
fatoosh, Pachena. Point c.rcv andlg��?e tho, Auditorium tonight
,.      . itt-    between the Crescent! and nol
(ape La/,, report cloudy skies, lerpJnkTlgew   Gam(1 calk,(i at
but no ram, light winds and calm g,80 sharp.   Admission 25 cents,
tea. I Skating after game.
___ THE   PRINCE   RUPEUT   O.'P T I M I S T
The Prince Rupert Optimist
DAILY  AND WEEKLY
THE OPTIMIST is thi- leading newspaper of Northern British Columbia.   It
has grown up with the eity.
Reading Notices and Legal Advertising ore ioc per line.
ADVERTISING RATES are one price to all���25c per inch each issue for display
matter. This rate applies to all advertising without distinction of quantity
or time of contract.   Transient advertising will he charged at 10c, per line,
SUBSCRIPTION KATES    DAILY, ">IH- per month, or $6.00 per year, in advance
Weekly, $2.00 per year.  Outside Canada  Dally, $s.oii peryear; Weekly,
$2.5(1 peryear, strictly in advance,
Fruit   :   Produce   :
WHOLESALE
Feed
H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave.
Do You Want to Invest in the
Best Mining Proposition
in British Columbia?
Daily Edition.
Qiia
Friday, APRIL 28
WHERE IS THE REAL LOYALTY?
Enough absurdities have been perpetrated in the name of loyalty
by Canadian opponents ol reciprocity without the Conservative
caucus at Ottawa having announced than it inends to prolong and
obstruct the debate in order to prevent Sir Wilfrid Laurier Irom
attending the Coronation ol King t ieorge or the Conference of Colonial
Premiers.
It was Sir Wilfrid .auricr who gave to the Imperial si-iitinii-ni
a thrill of life, in the dark days of the Smith African war; it was Sir
Wilfrid Laurier who gave to the Imperial idea the lirst evidence ol
real fruit, by announcing a trade preference on British made goods.
Yet the party in Canada, which professes to be so deeply concerned
lust Canada's loyalty should be impaired by a free breakfast table,
conspires to prevent Sir Wilfrid Laurier from attending the Coronation
of his King, or the Imperial Conference. Was ever the game of part)
spleen played so low? And this in ilu- name of loyalty to (Ireat Britain*
The iii tendance of Canada's Premier iit the Coronation is largel)
a sentimental matter. It will not affect the due and canonical crowning
of the king. The absence of Canada's Premier would be remarked,
and Canada would lose the attention shall wesay the "advertising"
that ciimes to her as a result of the charm of Sir Wilfrid's manners, tht
magnetism of his presence, and his unrivalled gifts as an orator. The
Coronation would not be affected,
But the absence of Sir Wilfrid Laurier Irom the Imperial Conference
of Colonial Premiers would be a very distinct loss to the cause ol
Imperialism. Not merely because Canada is the greatest of the dau-]
ghter-n.uions; not merely because the greatest of the Imperial problems
are concerned wiih Canada and with Canada's attitud ��� toward them,
but because in a peculiar degree, the work of cementing ilu- Imperial
We are -telliiij,' shares in the
SALMON BEAR RIVER MINING COT. Lid.
At a price thai will make yon money
MUSINGS
BY   MACK
! ilf*
Btafl w
or dared u* -a,
iw*^ J$, Jy, **$. Jy* wjt* Jjv vJV *_y "T* *T*
J    aft
*
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WS OFFER FOR A SHORT TIME
2000 Shares
For $55.00
Payable $13.75 Cash
Biallltaca* 3, 6 a.nil 9 Maaaalla,
Assays of the ore run from $26.00 to
$-.'ii|iil  per  ton.
It will pay you to Investigate this proposition  at once.
yesterday's Opiimist.    No doubt
you read it.    So ditl  I.    I like
what   The   Booster  write
��� stories i
Booster,
-Foil PROSPECTUS AITI.Y
0. B. Bush & Company
2nd Ave.
Prince Rupert
..Grand Hotel..
VVORklNl.MAN'S HOME
Spring Heils, clean White Sheets  25c
Rooms 50c
BEST  IN   TOWN   FOR   THE   MONEY
J. GOODMAN. Proprietor
bonds has been and Mill is, ihe unique wairk of Sir Wilfrid Laurier.
And the Conservative party of Canada- lhe party thai is alwav -
exhorting the common people to keep both hands on the Union Jack
in its efforts to prevent the people of Canada from enjoying a "free"
breakfast table lest it subvert their loyalty, proposes to carry on
a campaign of obstruction in order to prevent our greatest Imperial
statesman from taking pari in the Imperial Conference. Consistent^
thou iirt ;i gem.
In the meantime, the campaign for a free breakfast table i> doing
"Very well, thank you," and as Sir Wilfrid himself says, "When the
lime comes," he "will sweep the country from lhe Atlantic lo the
Pacific." Tlii- tactics of the Conservative party itre calculated to itid
ilu- sweeping proce.-s.
To Boat and Gasoline Launch Owners
1 have ti lots for sale am new  lli foot
roiul  hy   Hays  Creek,   all very cheap
1426 to $626; easy terms. View from
the entrance of the harlior almost to
Tucks Inlet,   [deal little sheltered cove
for bouts outside the Ki'ittle. anil easily
accessible.
BUY AN ACRE AT DELKATLAH
for your summer resort where the rainfall is one third that of I'rince Rupert,
the soil perfect ami the beach delightful. Those on the spot have eaircrly
bought and it is the only townsite ever
two thirds sold before the survey was
gazetted.
C. M. WiUon, Room 14, Alder Block
I'll.am- till llltta*, I'. O. Uai\ .. ur ���( Ca'nlrttl lluti'l
The Optimist
50c PER MONTH
Windsor Hotel
MUST AVKNTK AT BtOBTH STKKKT
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Queen Churlotte lulamlit Lund District - District of
Skwna
Take notice tliitt I. J. ti- McNab ol Prince Ru<
fieri, occupation gem-rul uttrni, intend to apply
or permikflion to prospect for coal and petroleum
on the followinK ilescnt-H landi:
Commencing at a putt plants! at the ao he mi
conic of .Section J, Towotfa p - tiraham Inland,
and markeil J fi. ,\U*N., B, K. ( ornrr. thence
wiwt tiO chaias, thence north *" chainn, thencc
eaat hO chainn, thence nouth M) chuinn lo point of
commencement.
Dated March s. l'Jll, J. (J   McNAH
I'ub. March 2o. Wilton (iowinji, Agent
BkMM I-und .Dlttrist -District of Cout I Unite 5
'Jake notice that Mary Maratfret Gillis of Vic*
loria, It. (., occupatiun boittekaapet, intenda to
apply fur iiermUaioti to purchase the followinK
doscriiwd landa:
Commencing at a post pUnted at th*' north ri-tt
corner of l,ot :iu&7, tbenee 80 chtunx WMt, thence
L." chuin.i south, thenee Jit chaina west to I. L
UUSlfT, tnence ahout hU chama north to IflKtfr*
Kiver, thenw meundi-nng Hid river up stream in
a ���nnitmanrrlj dinetion to i.f.i-i*-.- \jtim, thanea
tneaiiikTii,,; aaid lake to point of commencement
containing  lt��u acree. mum or U*a*.
Post markiti M   M. i... N   K. CoflMT.
Daud PWl   U, l'Jll.
t'uh. March 4.
MARY UARGARBT t.ll.LIS
LAND I'UKCHASE NOTICE
Skerna Land District   Ih-trici of Caaaiar
Take iwtlM thai I Ilu I'd D. GHIIa of I'rince Itu*
I pelt.   OCCUpatku   lalni'T.   Intndl   to apply   for
I parmlealon t > purehaae the following ueat*rit**d
lamia:
I   Commencing at a poel plaatad thrw nnd ooe-
half mile- in an eaiterlj direction f nun thv |win(
oa Naaa RJvai whan tin- i^iwii^ke trail baglna
nnd  DIM   mile m .-4 DOTtharl)   direction foOU tha
nld Leva i.iike trail thanoa nortli B0 chaina.
tbence '.-it n ehaina* thanca nuth **** chain*.
thence weat B0 rhnina t<> point of cimnenceinent.
Data l<i>. i. mn. INCH i). (;n.|,is
Tuli. Mar. 1<>. Joaeph Uelway, At. nt
Newly Furnished and
Steam Heated Rooms
A  KIHST   CLASS BAR   AND   DINING
ROOM IN CONNECTION
"If  any  of   tlu- OpmmM
could write poetry,
if they could   .   ..."   1 quotelX
11 *t*
the words from a report penneu a.
by my esteemed colleague The X
Booster,   about   tlie   appearance ^
nf tin' lirst straw hai in Prince ^t.
Hupert.    The Btory appeared in .a,
eh
em
ri-.ui wiiiit Hit; Booster ivntes a
Yl-s, I like to reatl lhe stories that j>,
are writ len by The Booster. I ^u
certainly shall read diem now *
more often than I useter, (And
yet he says "IF any of theOptimisi
stall COULD write poetry.")
Vou see Tim Booster is unaware
ul  the powers of my Muse tn  the
range of my musings, lie has not
delved into the depdis of ihe
Optimist files or he would hate
discovered me in my onerous role
as "Rhyming Reporter" or "police
Court Poet." I'm sure I forget
which, in those vanished days ol
Second avenue optimism. I have
tried io forget the jingles I wrote
then too, Imt like Nemesis, lame
of foot, they haunt me still.
Poetry is like murder, li will out.
Poetry is akin to music, and you
know tluit music often is murder,
especially when there's a hired
piano next door.
C. B. Schreiber & Coy., Limited
HEAD OF CENTRE STREET
RATH "ill cents AND UP
BATHS   KltEE  TO   CUESTS
ROBT. ASHLAND p.o. uox 37
No newspaper ollice is complete
without a Devil and a Spring Poet.
Aliout this Office Devil there- is
never anything poelic except, pos-
sibly his salary, Imi the Spring
I'net cm be a satanic cncumberancc
I know that The Editor is momentarily dreading lhe appearance
of the Spring Foil this season. I
c.in see that he suspects inc. He
might just its well suspect ihe
Booster. It is my own private
opinion that The Booster was just
itching io blossom forth into flowery verse about that first straw
hill of Spring, onlj being a born
Booster,  and   having   ihe  good
fortune to reside iii I'rince kuperi,
the most boost.idle city on earth,
he was too busy boosting to dig
up the necessary rhymes.
Going	
of Business
*
We are closing out our Retail Clothing Business
$12,000 Stock
$12,000 Stock
To Be Sold Under Cost
$12,000 Stock
$12,000 Stock
SUITS AT HALF PRICE
e��
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Ski na Luml DfaUiol - 1 >iM.rict uf Cout Ilang   &
T��k��  ntiuce  tlmt   Hanjamin   k'Jfewl    Ittct  ol
I'ruic* it'iM-n, 11. c, ��� c-., .1 ��� ���  .*.������*tti'-. Intandi
to apply f'-T perini .-I'm to purchuM tlis loll  tlii v
'*��� 'M<*:  ,.i-.'i-
Cornm��i<ciriK Rt ��� p'wt platite<) 86 chaitih ���outfl
front ttie ttouth ea*it orm* of l...t .8060, IbinM JO
chwim weal, tlience 86 chain.* ii����rth, tlunc** 7'��
cliairiM vii��i, ttietice '���'�� cliairm aouth to point of
conitiiencument; eonlaining IH acres, moro or
low I'osl nmrked li. U. K., S. K. Cor.
J'aivii Feb. 18. 11*11-
I'ub. March-I. UKNJAMIN III SSKL WCB
Skw-no Land Dintrict liiatricl of Cotft ItariK" &
Take DOttOS thut Duvi'l Mcl^-nnati of PnllM
Kupert, II. C. occupation cli*rk, Intandi to apply
for aparaUaMlon to purchase thu follo*tii[; daMtflbfld
lunds;
CommencinK at a post planted IU chains .so'*th
from the mttS W*M corner of IxjI i'!M, thence 40
chainn eant, thence 10 chains north, thence U>
chaina west, tbWIM AH Qhalni notith to point of
commencement; containinK 1'iU acres, mora or
Irsh. I'u.st markad l>. M-. R W. * or.
Datad Feh. ii, lyii DAVID McLtNNAN
Pub. March A.
Skuena l*and District ���iJistrict of Coast HanKe .">
'lake notici* that Altnander I tea ton of Vancou*
ver, H. C, occupation carpenu-r, latmdl to apply
for permisHion to pitrchasi* tie* followinK datOtlbad
landai
ComnioncinK at a posl planted m chains south
irom tin loutn want oornar of l^.t 8066.   Poit
marked A. ii., N. W. Comer, thenc* 11(1 chainn
nouth, U.urice his riimns vtHt, thenu- B0 chair,B
north,  thence  HO  chains  w*Ht  to  point  ol   rom-
Bsnraft n- AUAanDBK BKA i ��� ,n
Hk
BkaMa Und Di-trirt     Ih->inct of Cfiaal
Take notice that QlaOn McArthur "f Vancouver,
11. ( ., occupation .-*.., aatata avent btaodi to
apply   for   is'Tiiu-iiiin   to   purchan*  the  followinn
ih-^rilNsl  ,.11..! ���
Commaneni at a pofl pianttsi m chain* ��t.��i
;ir,ti 10 obaJni Miiitl, i* tM aiouthwiM corner of
l^it  Nn.  1788 nuuvad QlaOB .McArthur'** m��rili-
���*e#t  corner, thenci* south   1" chain*, thtnee east
mi ehaina, Um&m DOftli  i" chains, tbaoai ����^i
mi  cha.n.s  to  j-o-t  of  cornmetici'ment,  cut.tainini;
."Jo  ;uTi I  liiorc ur lev,
Datad March 'Jo, I'.'ll.        U.KNN  McAUTIH ll
Tub. April 16, T. D. l.iinl. A|MM
< I'.i-i ltanc��   *'i Uand Ihoinn
Take   ootlca  thai   I,   John   Itapbun   of   Kitsumkalum,   occupat ion   farro*>r,   inti-nd   to  appl/
fOf |>i-rriii.-NMttn to pur, 1. 1 ���   ���   -��� l-ll'iAiiK d'-cnli.*'l
landi:
Conunandni at a post plaatad at ��� \,<- nonbaa
corntr "I l,"i 8888, tti.nu  taal J" chain*, thenca
_JUth   10 chainn,  tlieim*  wi*��t  JU chana,  tlwont
1 nr' I,  I'i chains to plan* ot conim<*nc<>meni
Dat.-I Marc), lh, 1911. -'"UN   IIKI'M UN
I'uh April 16,
ft*ffl'SJ;��glMa	
"'""��. ll.C. orani,.,,*'���  ';* '"""tiiliK-*   Ot   V���n.
fesf ^ftae.'aj
lali'l"!'"!"'"''"11 "l �� l""-l  |.lili,t...l   ,a.
'hainnt, ,,   ,    ,Vl A "'���������>���*���>-.   tli.*,,!-,        "VllUl
Skeena Lund District    District of Coast lUnge 8
lake notin* that  I, Clara May Little of Prince
Rupert,   H.   ('.,   occupation   spinster,  intend   to
apply   l"r   p'Tinisaioti   to   purcliaM'  (he  folhiwitiK
daacribad lands:
(.omniencttin at a post planted at the north
Mil corner of l^it 1786) Ratlfl ���*>. COM! Dntricl
UmHM t-i-t i" cliuins, tbanaa north U chainn
thence aaai 81 Ohaja thenc- north -it chaina
thence wesl In chains, thanca south 10 chainn to
point of coiiuneiicenient, containinK 11* acrei
mON or lew.
Datad April 4,1811.       CLARA MAY LITTLE
Pub. April 15.
Skaana .Land District   Dlatriel td Conl Itan^'5
Take notice that Bldon B. DetwJIer *.f Merlin,
One' 'iccuptilion  doctor,  intends to appl;.   for   I
permlatlon   to   purchaae   the   followinK   descrihed : |
lunds:
Commandni ut   a  i"-'   planted  at   the oouth-
MPMl   corner  Of   l/il   I!I2^,  thence east  80 chaina,
morn or laai, thanee south 10 chuina mora or lew,
i I,i M'i' -A.st 80 chaim mora or laH, thtnea north
I.', ehalni ww or lesa to point of commencement
Containing 11" acres more or lenn.
I...-.-I March 81,1811 BLDON B, DKTW1LBR
Pub, April 18' John CampbaUj Ak^ih *
Skeetiu   Und   Dislnrl      District of Co��ll
Take notion thai Mn. L & Putnam of Bt '
I'aui,   Mlnnmota,   occupation   marrlad   woman
intend* to apply lof permlMlon lo purchase the
lollowing deacribed landn;
Commencing ii. poti planted ut the <ouihwest I
corner of D.t No. 1788 markad Mn l, ' * I'mnatue
nortmaat cornar, ihence west   in ehaina   thanca
aouth mi chains   thanm ���-*���   ���'
Brin
Furniture
Coys
ASSIGNMENT
Sale
Is Still Going on
Just to >Ik��\v yiiti that it's possible in liimsi  a  bit  in  rhyme,
I'll bet The Booster what he likes,
,i dollar In a iliuie, that lie can't
find   in   any   land   a   city   more
sublime, than our stupendous moun
tain-framed Princeof this Northern
Clime.   I'll bet The Booster what
he likes, a  ten-spot  to a cent,
that all the best boost adjectives
'this language ever lent, will still
I bc insufficient however freely spent,
in   sint;   I'rince   Rupert's  l)ra's''s,|Hi
I to an adequate extent.    I know
he will agree with me,  I  know
The Booster's way.  He's cottoned |
on to Rupert, boys, The Booster'
here  lo stay.    You'll  never liitt
him knocking, he'd rather keep
things nay.    I'd better bet  oui
Booster noes ont better every day.
MACK.
Now  is ymir opportunity to buy at less than wholesale prices.
Boots and Shoes
Ties
Suit Cases
Bla: kets
Shirts
Hats
Underwear
Waterproofs
Collars
Bags
Pants
Rubbers
Everything in Men's Clothing
CASH REGISTER AND STORE FIXTURES FOR SALE
... SALE COMMENCES ...
Saturday, April 29th
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"t+WtM'+'ttfS^vw-.
Yes; Some Good Printing Costs Too Much, Too
Dance    Weekly    dance    every
Saturday in thc K. ol P. I (all l-20m
raoNR IMORBBN
P.O. uox
A. L. WATKINS
Plumbing   :   Steamfitting
Tttlnl Ava*.. lH-t\v**t*n "lit nml Hlli Sti.
Oair ll.C. Iliakrrv I'RINCE Itlll'KHT. H.C
Y.  .
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vv :
r;-. v
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But   it's  no,  Li \JSSk    J. ter] TjV^   _**�����
nowadays  the standard  Is  higher    the doon    ,    ,.,. '"   "r*Ml*
noun. -     So th.t, as to printing,   high Ttil?*��k 'TT7'""   _\  ""'���
y��u more than its worth;  still, you can pVmoTfor It a   '"
than at  others- and   this  shop  Is one  ,.f  tl���-    -,,,,,     ���     "   Wm'  ]'hcv*
fcfcv"-   t^sife** """n,'ro"
MBS, I., o, i'i ivm
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CnommliH .���  ���,   mn���             "\'-  l*(WHn S_m\
a^=^.?!.��.rt.'i.nu,,.^llR^w|j^.rrt,B, .        	
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nortli w.,i ot iha et .,,,,""..' '  ' '"'i -1,.,,,.':"*"",'"'i"
*%& zz = ��3��1&"J8ftl&!5k- ��i,f.
cliairm .
40 ncn*n
UiilwJ I-V
Pub. Apri
NO REASONABLE
OFFER REFUSED
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IN THE
.   h.-.it-i* mi 20 oImUib, U������. ���SSff'Sj Sfwln   tr^k  ,*," "���' '"��� iftSrU!  ""���""
'SRI      ��� �����        li^ S
!��%"��� wu.   cumsTtAN a. nenvo B^xrf^ttXja!    ������ '
Pool Block,    3rd Ave.
Between 7th and 8th
C B. Lockhart, Assignee
	
FOR SALE
 1 , . 1
Lots f> nml 11, Hlock 28.
Section 1,
$:i(HHl, 20 per ci-nt. cash,
balance l, 2, 8 years,
7 per cent.
" If a Man Deceives You Once, Shame on Him.     If he Deceive, You TWicc, Shame on You
LAND  PURCHASE NOTICK
GEO. W. MORROW
1076 Nelson St , Vancouver, B.C.
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1 Northern Produce CoV j
Stoma Land Dlltriet���DlttHot of Coast
���    Taka nottoo thut I, Mt-n. Jnhn Corlay of Prince
Kupert. H.c, occupution married woman, Intendi
to apply for pormfBiiion to puroheM the [Ollowing
daaiirlbad landn
(',.hum.-iirini' ;il   a pont plantetl   40 chaina cunt
ni.fl i:'" clinlnn nouth from tho UUthweet corner of
lot iT.'t:), Coait Dlltriet] RannSi thenee eouth W
chnins.  thencc cant 40 chains,  thenc*! north Mi
ehalnit thanea WMt 40 ehalni more or leii to the
point  of   commencement,   containing  :i2u acren
more or lend.
MRS. JOHN (Lottie) CORLBY
Date Mar. 2(1, lull
I'uh. Apr. 4, 1911
Skeena I*and District���Dintrict of (,'oa.*'t RlOga *\
Taks notice that Mary Ball .Beaton of Vancou
ver, 1). Oi| occupation spinster, internta lo anply
for permission to pitrclm.ti* the following doflcrlhcd
I-ANI) LEASE NOTICK
llllt
Commencing  nt a  poit  planted  nt  the  ���,,r.n
aat corner of Lot 3DH0, thence ahout lit) CK
north
 _,_, wvavi   mence anoUt '*i0 <
north" to Lot 172:1, thenre 80 chaina weat t<   Lot
:r<-.'. thence ahout U0 chnins nouth to Lot :i''M,
thence 40 ehains eaat, thence 20 chains aouth to
I/it fi-;'. thence 20 chains enst, thenco 20 chains
.    north, thence 20 chaina eaHt to  point  uf  com-
\    rneneenipnt; OOntUnlnl "W acrtu mure or leas,
WIIOIFSAII     PROVISIONS t        ���t marked M. II. H., S.K. Corner.
nnuLWHLL  rnuTWiuno,        *   Datad ftRxlTmii    MARY DELL BEATON
FRUITS and VEGETABLES      ( ���KKm���"
Bkaana Land Dlitriet^plitrlet of Uaait
Take notice that I, J. H. HeAuffhey of Prinee
Itnoeit. occupation miner, Intandi to a|i|dy for
perfflleilon to purchane the followlns dencriliod
lands |
Oommanolng at u pout plnnted at the HUthWHt
eorner of lot mB< thence aaat -i" ohalnij thanea
nouth 8 ehalnij thenco WMt in ehalni, thence
north 6 ehaina to point of euinmcncemofit, containing 20 ucres more or lean.
Date Pab, 15, 1911 J. II. McAUCMKY
Pub, Keh. 20. 1911. Andrew Kennedy, Airent
Send for our Weekly I'rice   List   j
j PROMPT   ATTENTION (ilVKN        j
I SHIPPING ORDHRI i
Phone 151    .   Phone 151
I
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BOMB BABINOTON
Maaaa-nn Lam   ll.slrlct   -DlrtrlCt a,l (������,.,,
Taka* noUe* tinn itu,,,,. Biblniton km..
Huihti  lic, ocouMtlon muu-t SJ?,____
I"   lOpl)/   lair   la.-rmiau.iaan   iai   __m    I      l' I
llfnorllicl   IiiiiiIh; "**   ,h''   l"ll"WIIIK
Ctimntt'tacitiK at it pott i)|ant,,,t .__.  ,..,.   ,   .
"titttl, ail U�� IniliiinAU*J*r'l   ,      h " ,,^ "�����""t
laoiwa* liny ������ il u, si,|��� ���, ,h   ,,        *** "' f
nnrth 100 chain" uIoiik "Imn*      ,i.. ffi   " *_*!!"*
thnc. mi no chuinn mm*}t,*l   ,'?","'" ,""*
l.t'tic 100 chain. Hong Hhi^r ,,| I,,',;" *,'��>,*,
chainia mure ur lean, 10 |n,,t, ,-,���i���i,,",- '" ,'��
taiairr* nr Im, ' "'"'eminit Wil iicn-a
llali'il Murch ��, lull
I'uh. April 16.      ���	
Sknna l-aml llinirlpt    niHtrla*. nt c	
Tnlai*   naitict*   that   Willi,,,,,   M,���     ' "lli,    ,
Uttpa-rl     II    C,   ucciiuul,,,,,   ,,r,"___?__   a,/'"'I'1
ti npply lur ponnlabn to  ..,,���    ,T;, ,,'"'!"1'
Itwcriln-il InnilK: '   ""'  't'l"tMnK
Cimimfiiriiiij at n pmt plantod al,,,,,, ,,���, .a. ,
"iiinh ul tin* Iniliiin Hcrvi. ���,���,'?"""!
Ootm llay tantl un th >Jt ,i,| . ,,', ,,, " '  "ll1" ,"'
thnpt  miuth  HO chuina iilima. ��I,���L     i I'"","'",Ib*
hi .'liiiit,,, t��� Ooom May, thonc, Slfr ��'""
NO chaina, tbmOQ *Mtt 40   ���   , ���i ,    ',"""��, ��1'""'
poit, ciiiitiiinitiK MHO ten* more or i ���** '"
Dultal March b. IUll        ��� -   ""
I'ub. April 16.     ���	
Sknonn I.uinl Dlnlrlct    Di��trir, ���, ,.     ,
Take   notico   thlt   (Hi,   .1.     ," ,   'f    ,"��"   .
Hupa.rl.  II. CT  MOUntll ri.M,.i* Pj*B*
ra' m,n"'""" "w*Wtaa
!(',ra.;;a,tri::; t����
W��nd on th.* -aniai (j|,��� ,',*,*,,"   ;;. "i Obion
chum,.   tl���.���c.  (Ht   20  ol ��� u" ',,,""' """'ll i0
chniiw,  Ihcnt-c  wet  HO cl ,Im  ,   a* """���'  **
!ntinci.tn,.,,t, containinu Ml ���cr���,n,,,,r,.,;;;"|'|^"'<mm-
DltldaSth March, Wil    �����'* ���Nb6n,
l-AM) PURCHASE NOTK
WtLLMfl MiNKotti,
s'-'''-"" I*nnil Diatrict- Dlitrict of On
Tiik'*ti.,ti,*,*t|m, I, Willium Anilcraiin. *'   ���'"
Y..T. ,'��� ""-Uliatliin  clerk, Intcnilaa l '
*"l In'ni'l"'""      '" W*"** -*** mikmtnt *
c iiiiiii.tii-lnarnt ipoit pluntcal un.l mn       *
,,;,'"" Ihwo.t curner, nml uIkiiiI 1 mile fri.na v ' ��*
',,,''   Ihichiin     northern  laittnilary line. '
**""  m i-linina.  thenee eniat Hll chalna   t""^
i"i in HO chain,, thence weat WI cltnlin, t" l
'"tmieiicemeiit. cuntalttinat tltll acre, ni..-���
���, , , ,. , WILLIAM ANDKItS"'      ,
Pub  Vb).   ���'     "'" Charlea II. Stark   I    *
Skeena Laml DbtrlM - Dlalrict ol Queen Ct      _*
uke ,���,ti���. thai  Frank   I-ctlck ol Wo- k
nt..   oceii|,.-,t,���n   liiiokkeeiter,   inlenila  to
laml.      '""'"" lo tmt-mm the lullowinn *
___IB__**,*%  at   a   puat   plunleal   ul.oit'    ���  '',
S    nl.      ,'��� "".'' *���*? m'lp�� wuth aaf tin   "
llaol   '    ,-"':'k   **'"'"   I*   m*pttm    into    _**
lit ,.Z \ ,""^","'  ���*****, thence HO chain-       '
.,,Z  _    f'1"1"" '"l.  thenci.  HO chain.
atiaiT  .   ''""���" *"" '" l"linl "' cnnti"'""   '
,  "����'iii)lt "in acre,, mire or loaa. ,,   .
vii,  \_WP "' 1!'"' PRANK l-'V1  J
I ub-April 7. Numu Denier    I *
Hkeenn Laml Diatrict-Diatrict of Tou-t
Take ���,,,|,.,, ,h|lt ,  |.rtw|Wd> ���f Vnn. ���' ef*
,eV,',',tI"'iC"';",'"n t"'iin��ler, Inlenila toiPPtfl
Gnu,'******** Murelni.e the followinir  <" * *
(J..ii,tne,,i-l,iK nt ���  p,���t  p|������,���|  ������,| ���,���,! I a I'
iiiirkeil i Mr-""riJ"."1 ��"'""-Hn.totv naljaalnlMM: I������-
er   tl,        M' "   ���_*���*��� V*V*m  nml A.If,   S I
I���.'���,*_"n,v'"���'**< �� I'hilln.. thence en,l 40chllB��
���''-'-outh Hll chain,, thenco we.t 40 chain-. '
5",   >-'"tiitii'neeinent,  cutilnlnitm IW
iliuie or leaa. |.|iii'i;i THE   PRINCE   RUPERT    OPTIMIST
WE CARRY A COMPLETE STOCK OF STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES
SOLE AGENTS FOR:
"IOWA'S
PRIDE"
Hams, Baco , Lard, Canned Meats, Etc.
A Choice Stock of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Always on Hand.
STALKER & WELLS
Head store, Second Avenue and McBride
OwinK to the fire last night, the stock of our Hays Cove
Circle store was destroyed. Our many patrons at this
branch will receive every attention and we will expedite
orders from our head store.    Phone or call.
WE  HAVE  BUYERS  FOR  LOTS IN
STEWART
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers, Prince Rupert and Stewart, B. C.
Agent, for Stewart Land Company,   Limited
LYNCH
Department Stores
BROS.
Prince Rupert, B.C.
GROCERIES
HARDWARE
CROCKERY
SASHES
DOORS
GLASS
MEN'S FURNISHI ;GS   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.
f*flN*%frw*l%����� " *|/W��/^f jy^���J^/�� wL\fm1\f**S^-it-**i\-m\ I
LAND  PURCHASE NOTICE
COAL   NOTICK
Bkwns Lan.l I M-.trn't   -Dutrict uf (jupcti Charlotte
Uland*
Take noticv that * ..*.*v    W.  Arnott ot Prince j
ltu|M*n,   11.   t\,   occupation   n*al   wtate   broker. *
t'.'M.tt- to apply  ���'���*  [���r-m.-i-in  tu [nucha*  the
||i-ili>��ini�� th-rnlH-l lamia:
I   CommencinR at   a  port   plantnl   about   wv��n i
I tt ii.-. md tint- half mile wwt and one mile Miuth
llr.'tn the mouth of Stanly   Creek. Naden Harbor, |
���thunce wmt   MU chaiiu,  thence mmth  80  chain*.
��� tlience eajit KU chainn. ihence north KU chaino.
|Iiat��l March 17, 1911. OBO. W, ARNOTTI
I'ub. April 22. Numa I ������ m ��� r , ARent ;
\. ki��.nn I and DMffM    Dintrict of Queen Charlotte I
1 Inland*
(,     Take notice that J. II.  Murphy of Vancouver.
III.  C,  occupation   commercial  traveller,  intend* 1
I t��i apply fur perWisinn to purchase the Mlowin*
|<lf*cril*>d landa:
I     Commencing  at   a   poat   planted   about   aeven
| inil.-t weal and une mile Miuth from thr mouth
of Manly Creek, Naden tl arbor, thence north 80'
chaina,   thence  weat   IQ  chaina,   Ihence  aouth   HU
I Chaina, then.ee eaat I * ��� chaina.
Datnl March 17, Wil. J. H. MDKI'ilY
[ Tub. April ll Numa Demern, Agfcnt .
| Skeena Land Afinlricl    I>istrict of gueen Charlotte |
Uudi
Take notice that Geo. II. Lmin of Prince Hupert. 1
It* <".. occupalion barber, intenda la apply for
iH-rmiwion to purchase the following deacribed
Im I-
Commencing   at   a   i'"��t   planted  almut   aeven 1
milw  west   and   one  mile  aouth   from   the  mouth 1
of Stanly   Creek, Naden Harbor, (hence aouth 80
chaina, thence  weal  4U chaina,  thenw  north  80
chalna, thence eaat 40 chaina.
Dated March 17, 1911. OK), II. LAt-X
I'ub. April 22. Numa Demera, Agent
Skeena Land Diatrict���Diatrict nf Coaat
Take notice that   Fred  W.  Bohler of Kitaum-
kaltim, occupation   farmer,  inlend* to apply  for
MrnmriOB   to   purchaae   the   following  doncrihed
landa:
Commencing at a pmt planted at the north-
MM corner nf A. M. I ��� -1 ������ pre-empt inn, thence
'2*i chain* *nuth, thenee 10 chaina eaat, Ihence 20
chains BOfth, thence 10 chaina weat to poat ot
commeneement containing 20 acrm more or lea*.
Daied April 10, 1911. FHIKDIUCI! W. BOHLKR
I'ub. April 22. Fred Hampton. Agent
.Skeena Und District Districl of Coa��t Kange 6
Take notice that I, Lionel King*ley of Vancouver, 11. C,., occupation miner, Intend to ait ply
lor fiermiMion to purchase the following deacrilieil
land*:
Cummencing at a poat plantcl nesr lhe ��outh-
we*t corner of U*K \m. Uange 6. Coa*t DUtrict
Ihence weat 10 chain*, thence aouth 00 chaini.
thence . , t io chain*, thence north 00 chaina to
point of cummencemnnt.
Daied March 21. I'M I.        LIONKL KINtiSl.F.Y
I'ub. April 22.
THE COSY CORNER
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j     DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY   TO   THE  INTERESTS  OF   WOMEN     j
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This is a little section of the paper, whieh Irom day to tlay will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
THE    ROADWAY    OF
HEART
MY
A Iiin road circles round the world,
sun- fine ii is and gay,
But the little boreen of my heart
runs lone and far away;
"Pis winding over weary seas with
many a si^h beset,
But, oh, of all the roads I know, it
is the sweetest yet.
By common ways and  common
graves and common homes it
goes;
But, oh, its beauty no one but the
soul within me knows;
Its dawns are drenched with dews
from   heaven,  its  nights are
fearful sweet,
And sometimes One long crucified
walks there to guide my feet.
It leads me down by purple hills
where fairies sporl of nights,
11 shows me many a hawthorn lane,
the scene of dead delights;
It clothes again with living grace
the faces laid away
Beneath the cold of grass and mold,
my road of yesterday.
Oh, twilit boreen of my heart, the
worltl is vague and vast,
But you are holy with the balm of
all my hallowed past
You thrill me with the touch of
hands my hands were wont to
hold,
You lure n    with the lilt of dreams
I dream     und lost of old.
The big roatl t,a the worltl leads on
by many a stately lown.
But the little boreen of my heart
keeps ever drifting down
By  common   ways  anil   common
graves and  common  homes,
but oh,
Of all  the roads in life il is the
sweetest road I know.
-T. ('. Brayton
LADY SWIMMER INDIGNANT
British     Amateur     Swimmers
Have Barred Mixed Races'
and two tablespoonfuls of sugar
to a paste with a link- cold milk.
Turn this quickly into a pint of
Bcalding hot milk mi the Hit- and
stir rapidly until very thick ami
smooth.
Cover antl cook lur ten minutes,
then add iwo tablespoonfuls of
butter, cut into bits, and the
beaten yokls of five eggs. Stir
for a moment longer then cover
and set aside for tin minutes.
Whip the whiles to a stiff froth
and cut them into tin- partly
cooled custard, ihcn bake in tt
well greased pudding dish placed
in a pan of hot water or in cups.
Have the oven very hot antl serve
at once, as it quickly falls.
ss. Prince George
Sails for Stewart, Sundayi. 8.00 a in.'.
G8W
VTBSS&
.Sails for
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
ITEMS  OF
'SPORT!
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SIMPLE YET USEFUL
No Clever Housewife Ever Misses a Stray Hint
Make a staple four inches long
out of wire. Common fence win-
will do. Place this staple astride
the tloor knob, on the inside. Run
one prong of the staple through
eyelet in door key after locking
door, and no burglar can open [Indoor from the outside.
When my cake or bread burns,
j while it is still hot, I take a clean
cloth and dampen the burned
places with water. Then with a
knife I remove the entire burned
portions,    which    are    now    soft.
If   one   application    does    not
suffice apply more water and continue asal first.
Quart. Chirtaatta** 'alaanala Un.l DUtrict    I>i**tnrt ol
Sktuptata
Take noticv that 1, John Mrl>-.>l ol Vancouvaar,
occtifaattlatn broker, Inland to apply inr pt>rmtiaaaion
l'l |aria*[aa-rt   L'l l-aaaal and |ll I r.ala 11 III on llll* lollowing
-la-rnt,. i lanala:
Commencing at a |tataal planted al the mouth oi ���
Iha Tl-el Rlvar and marlard   J.   McL. N. K. Cor- '
ner. No. .10. thanca* tanuth tto chaini, thenca* weaat
HO chaini, thence north HO chalnia, thence eaiat SO :
Chen.* .11 point ol commencement;  containing 640
.ct... more or leaa.
Ullcal Feb. 21, 1911 JOHN  Mcl.KOI)     I
I'ub. Feb. ��1. Italic K. Walter, Agent, j
Queen Charlotle lalaniln Land Dialrici -Diitrict ol
Sit vena
Take notice lhal I, John Mcl.cotl ol Vancouver,
occupation broker. Intend to apply lor |*eranl<iion
lo praattpecl lor eoal and pelroleum on the (ollowing
deaachbed landa:
Commencing at a poil planteal atnaut two mtlea
went ol the moulh ol lhe 1 l-el Kiver and marked
i . McL. N. W. Corner, No. 29. thence aouth 80
chaini, thenca* eait 80 chaini, thencc north 80
Chaina, thence weal 80 chaini to point ol commencement, containing tilO acrai, more or lataai.
Dated Feh. 21, 1911 JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Keb. 23. Clarence McDowoll. Agent
Queen Charlotte Inland! I .ami Diitrict���Diatrict ol
Skeena ���
Take notice that I, John Mclaeoal ol Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply lor permlnion
to proapeel lor coal and petroteum on the lollowing
described landi:
Commencing at a laoit planteal about two mtlea
want ol lhe mouth ol lhe Tl-el Kiver ind mirkeal
J. McL. N. K. Corner, No 49, thence loulh 80
chaini, thence wait 80 chaina. thence north 80
chaina. thence eait HO chaini to pnlnt ol commencement: containing 610 acrea, more or leaa.
Dateal Feb. 21. 1911 JOHN McLOKD
I'ub. F'eb. 23. Clarence McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlolte lalandi Und Diitrict���Dlitrict ol
Skeena
Take notice thlt I, John McLeoal ol Vancouver,
occupalion broker, Intenal to apply lor permiiaion
to proepect lor coal and petroleum on the (ollowing
deacrtlteal lanali:
Commencing al a poal planteil at the mouth ol
the Tl-el lllver and mirkeal J. McL. 8. K. Corner,
No 1, thence north 80 chatni, tlience weal 80
chaini, thence taouth 80 chaini, thence eaat 80
chalna lo point o( commencement containing
610 arrea,  more or leaaa.
Dited Keb. 21, I'M 1. JOHN Mttl.KOD
Pub. Keb. 29. Clirance McDowell, Agent
INSERT YOUR LAND PURCHASE
NOTICES IN THE
OPTIMIST
The decision of the British
Amateur Swimming Association to
abolish mixed racing has not been
received very kindly. "It's jealousy, that's what it is," said
Miss Lily Smith, the well known
swimmer, when asked for her
opinion.
Miss Smith, it will be understood
is particulalry affected by the new
law. For the last live years she
has regularly taken pari wilh men
in the long distance races in
England and Fiance, and at present she is captain of the City of
London Ladies' Swimmimg Club.
In addition she holds half a dozen
championships and possesses more
than fifty medals. For the last
four years she has regularly competed in the fifteen mile Thames
Championship swim, only failing
to complete the course once.
She is tremendously indignant
wilh the new rule, which is to
hamper her further activities i.i
the amateur swimming world.
"It is the most absurd and
ridiculous law I ever heard of,"
die-continued, "antl the sole reason
for its being passed is, as I say,
jealously. We women have been
coming   on   too   quickly   for   the
satisfaction of some unsportsmanlike men, and this is the result.
You can never make me believe
that there is a ha'porth of English
sportsmanlike spirit in the Amateur Swimn ng Association afler
this. I think thai make a boast
of the fact that they started with
five members, antl they will finish
wiih live if they don't mind. Every
one I have met is protesting
against this law- rot alone women
but men as well,    lt is the most
nw-n Charlotte lalanda Und Diatrict -Dlrtrict ot
Skeeni
Take nnllee (hit I, John Mclaetatl ol Vincnuver,
occalpitlon  hroker,  Intend to apply lor permiaalo
10 proapeet lor eoal and petroleum on the (ollow ng
ileaorilied alnila:
(-ommencing at a poaat planted alaotal five milea
north  and one mile areat  ol  the mouth o( the
11 el Hiver antl mirked J. Mel,., N W. Corner
1 No. 17. thenre taouth 80 chaina. (hence eaat HO
1 rhiini, thenee north 80 chaina, thence weat 80
I ehitna to poinl ol commencement: containing 640
1 acrea. more or leea.
I Dateal Feb. 26, IRII. JOHN McLKOD
I'ub. Feb. 28. Clarenoe McDowell. Aaen
SOUFFLE CUSTARD
Makes a Delightfully Appetising   Pudding
Delicious souffle custard pudding is made by mixing one-half
a cupful of flour, a pinch of salt
Old macaroons and sponge cake
lhat have grown stale from the
basis of a nice dessert by soaking
in sherry. Spread with alternate
layers of strawberry jam, pour
in a custard when almost cold
heap with whipped cream.
Mondays, at 8.00 a.m.
aa. Prince Albert sails foi- I'ort Simpson, Nuns River l'oints, Masset,
Ntitlt-n Harbor, every Wt-iliit-s-
ilay, l.(K) p.m.
and for:
Refuge Huy, Skidegate, Queen
Charlotte City, Lockeport, Pa-
roii, Jedway, Ikeda Hay, Rose
Harbor anil return via Queen
Charlotte City every Saturday,
1.00 p.m.
The Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from tlie I'acil'u
coast operates a frequent untl jonven-
ient service of luxurious trains over its
double track route between Chicago,
Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Halifax,
Portland, Boston, New York and Philadelphia. Information and tickets obtainable from the ollice hereunder mentioned. Trans-Atlantic bookings by all
lines arranged,
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   ANI)   PASSBNOBR   AGENT
FAMOUS PRINCESS LINE
Canadian I'aiitit Railway   *   B.C. Coast Steamship Service
Princess May
Vnttcoaavaar,  Victoria,,  Seattle
6 p.m., MON.. MAY lit
Trttin fnr Wlnnl|M8 anil Tunm-
tn li-taai'ti Vtilia-uiivcr nl
  It tt.tit. daily
~*^^ Imperial l.iiniteil for Cliii-itiaaa,
Miantreal anal New Yurk.    Bail  train ******* lhe
 .1 in i.i.  leuves  Vuiit'iiiiiifr iltally at :!.Ca li.tta.
Ctarria'tt a'aitti|iartiitent iitiaaerviatiun a'larta. tha* lina*nl
car un any iwtil tanywtia*ra*.
Atra-nt faar tall Atlantlt* Btauuhlp linei. Tlrketaa
tu ami friittt Knrtipcnn pulnlit.
J. C. McNab
General Agenl
W. I.. BARKER
Architect
Second aven.ie and Third street
Over Westenhaver Hros.' Ollice.
MUNRO   &   LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART at  STKWART
accountants-:- Attnnoits
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box .151
PHILOSOPHY OF   A   POOR
DYSPEPTIC
Just What You Might Expect
Form a Cross Grained Man
-. ��� ~ i     ���
Ai a certain age a woman ln-uinsj
to worry for fear she won't gel
married, and a man for fear he]
will.
A llirl is a woman who gives a
man the key lo her heart, knowing
tin- lock is rusty.
No man forgives unless he also
forgets.
Happiness is lhe reward of lieing
commonplace.
When misery loves company,
lhe company may In- pardoned
for jiacking up and going home.
Whisky will improve wilh age.
Imt the (rouble is we won't let il.
Second thoughts may In- best,
if they are in time.
Il i*. often the under dog lhat
starts lhe light.
The girl who marries her ideal
generally lives to realise that there
isn't any such thing.
Afu-r wandering through a cemetery and redding all ihe tombstone Inscriptions one is apl to
wonder where all the sinners arc
buried.
A m.in's age commands veneration; a woman's commands tact
Botany may not recognise it,
hut it is, nevertheless, a fact that
orange blossoms have been known
to sprout from widows' weeds.
lt  is the power of speech  that
often develops a man's weakness,
The social climber naturally
wants   to  go   lo  heaven  because
thai is where all the best people go.
AI.KItEt) CAIN'S, C. V. HKNNKTT. B.A.
��� I I  11 a a IJ ��� I a t '..:*.  I ,., aif ll.C.. OltUrltl. S aa -
anal Matiitiiliat llttrit. Itnlrhewan   and  Al
1- i tn Hunt.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristkks. Notariks. Etc.
Ollice- Kirhanitr block, enrner Third avenue and
Sixth mra*et. Prince Huttert.
WM. S. HALL, L. D.S., U. D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operations iilailfully trailed. ' ��� '��� and
loca' anaithelictt ��dnt!nli*lcratl fnr the taatnlcaan ex.
traction of t.*elh. Comanllaliun free. OlKa-an:
Helircrimn Hlock. Prince lltlttclt. II-1J
HANDASYDE   C__  HURT
AtiKNTH   HIB   1Mb    MAilllMltV
...ANtt    CaiNTBAa-TaaRia    tcl'I'UM...
P. O. Box 436 - Office 3rd and Fulton
P. O. UOX 2*
I'lllNCK RUPDtT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
t'l 111   OV WM. I'OXaaN. Ktaq.. A.H.A.M..7UIN.. (CNR,
GEORGE LEEK
MKBCANTII.K    AC.ENCV
COLLECTIONS  AM>  ItKPOHTS
SIXTH  STRKKT
I'lllNCK KCI'KRT
}, Rochester &
(l*T      Monroe
Ladysmith
l/ \   '*.t Coal
General gossip among tlie Seattle
fans seems to favor in the coming
pennant race, although Spokane's
chances of winning again are held
to In- much brighter since J<n-
Colin goi 1'hil Cooney back t<-
plug up the hole at short. Reports
have reached Seattle to the effect
that Nick Williams has a last
team in Portland and that he will
cut .1 figure in the race, Tacoma
showed enough strength against
San Francisco in the opening
game with the Seals to convince
tin- fans th.it il the team pulls
together it will be hard to beat,
Victoria is a hard club to size up,
owing to tin- fact that it is made
up ol material new to this country
to a large extent. President IHig-
dale thinks well of tin-Seattle team
and manager Jack Tighe says he
is encouraged, although he is
willing io admit thai the Northwest is a hard place to get players
into condition.
The "come backs" slakes will be
run next month itt Philadelphia.
Jimmy Britt will meet Bat Nelson
in the Quaker City if the Dam-
is willing. Eugene Corri, the English referee, and Hugh Mcintosh
will accompany Jimmy Hriu tu
America.
ROGERS & BLACK
WHOLESALE   DEALERS  IN -
Building  Material,   Cement,    Lime,
Hair-fibre Plaster, Coke, Blackamith
Coal,   Common Brick,
Pressed Brick
Shingles, Lath, New Wellington Coal
ALL OltliEltS PROMPTLY 1*11.1.1.1)
See Us for Prices.
Phone No. 116
I.. K. Roose, the famous Welsh
amateur international goalkeeper,
has been transferred lo the lludder-
slieltl club. Uoose went to Sunderland three years ago, and hits
played regularly for them until
last November, when, in a match
against Newcastle United, lie had
his arm broken.
Admission that he waa honestly
beaten at Reno was in.tde bj
Jim Jeffries, who will sail from
New York May 4 for Germany.
Jeffries says he knows no one now
who can take Johnson's measure.
He refused to talk much of the
Reno "unpleasantness."
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DHlKiCIST
Phone No. 200 I'. 0. Box 580
PRINCE RUPERT, B.C.
j w. j. McCutcheon
X  CattImootnpltts itooh <��f I*ruK��.   BptoUU
rZ       attention |>ai<l tu i.1..m* iiri-tu'riptions.
Theatre Block Phohi n<>. ts Second Ave.
++++++++++++++++++++++++++
LINDSAY'S CAsRTORAcrd
G T. P. Tranifer Agents
Order* promptly lilh-d.    PriOM reasonable.
OFFICE��� H B. Rochester, Centre Ht    PhaoeO.
Reilly's Bakery Lunch
Empress Theatre Basement
Cor. 2nd Ave. and 6th Street
Swift's Premium Hams and Bm-on with
Cowii-han Ktips .'I5i-, til
QUEEN'S RESTAURANT
I. W. Williams
Proprietor
===E.   EBY   CB,   Co.i=��
REAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land Kor Sale
KITPI'MKALCM - B. C
Iii Germany last year one hundred and nineteen race meetings
were hehl, covering 100 days, with
2,840 events, iii which 14,286
horses participated.
Theodore table, a negro student
in Harvard, is looked upon by the
varsity coaches as lhe most promising of lhe new material developed
this year. He won the sixteen
pound hammer throw at the annual spring meet wilh a heave of
114 feel 10 inches.
The Westholme Lumber Co.
LIMITED
���WI IIA.NDLK ALL KINDS OF���
BUILDING SUPPLIES
First Avenue
Telephone 186
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO.   63
Mi-etK in the HclRi-rran Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  mtmbtrt of thu order in the city
an' iii-iict-ttal tn vij.ii the lodge.
G. S. JOHNSTONE. N.G.
II.  MOKTON. Si-i-ra-tary.
FREE
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OFKICE     :      :   I
For all kindx of help, cooks,
Walters. diahwa>ahi-rt<, hotel portent, all kintln of laborers or mechanic*, rail up
Phone No. 178
or call at the
Giand Hold Fik  Employment  Office
lit jiilun.-irti i !��� fur cnaiks A wtitta-rs
,   ,.^M.a����..-fc���������^.a*^..!-^,.-
li
The Phoenix baseball team of
St. Mary's college, winners of the
California State intercollegiate
championship, formally disbanded
Montlay night ai a banquet in
Oakland in honor Ot three players
who lefl to join Hal I'hase's
American league in New York.
The men who went easl are:
Pitcher "Tiny" Leonard. First
Baseman    Eddie   Wilkinson    ant
Out rl<lcr Norman Lynch.
Psntorium Plonan Clsanpis, 'Photw i
Read the Daily Optimist
BANFF IN DARKNESS
Miners' Strike for   Check Off"
Means No Light
(Special to the   ptintisi)
Banff, April 27. Tlu management of the B.tnkhe.id Mines have
refused the local union continuance
of the "check off" which has lieen
iii force hitherto. Negotiations to
si-cure the continuance of this
system have been in force since
the beginning of tin- month. The
result   of   tin*  cessation  of   the
check off will lie lhal the men who
have been at work in the mines
since ihe lirst of thc month will
all quit today. As iha town of
Banff gets iis lijrht from the
Bankhead Mines plain one immediate  result   nf   the  strike  will
In- that the town will be left in ih<-
**         Utile's NEWS Agency
TO REPRESENT CANADA-    Magwim*. :: Periodicali :: Newt.pap.-rf
CIGARS   ::  TOHACCOS  ::   FRUITS
Members of Houae of Commons I G.T.P. WHARF
and Senate to be ('-jests _____ _
F. W. HART
CNIlKIITAKKK *  KMHAI.MKH
taTaaCK   ralMIM.KTK
The following members of the
Canadian  Parliament will rep-w
sent lhe HoUSC of Commons al lhe
Coronation:
Liberals���Ralph Smith, British
Columbia; Geo. I-'.. McCready,
Saskatchewan; Or. (lurk. Alberta;
llunh Guthrie, Ontario.   Or. Be
land. Quebec; I-'. B. Carrdl, New
Brunswick;   J.  II. Sinclair, Nova
Sittti.i, ,\. b. Warburton, Prince
Edward Island; Senator Ftndaly
Voung, Manitoba.
Conservatives   11..n. John Ha^
Kirl,   Hon.   G.   I'..   luster.   II.   B
\nie-. Dr. Daniel, C, A. Met .rath
Tlu- following members will rep
csr-ni  thc Senate:   Sir Mackenzie
loWtll, Senator I .on-sliced. Scnait.ir
Watson, Senator Casgrain.
PRINCE RUPERT WAREHOUSING AND
FORWARDING COMPANY
IM At*. Naaataa* Mr-Haul.
Purwanllog,   OiBtrtlmting  and
Shipping  Agenta.
Storage nl llaggngi- and llmisa-
hold Cioaadi. a Specialty.
-AT   LOWEST   RATE8-
o
Douglas Sutherland, Mgr.
P. O. Bos 907 Phone 262
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4 Allry*. 7 TnWr*.     A ww*. exrr-
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it will; it Ia our duty t" ba
ready to supply you, antl wc
can tli> it ttio.
With pleasure to you be-
cauie nt' the ilie of display:
with profit tn you because of
t ii- ability tn sell close.
When tin- gift question pre-
sents itself 1��-1 us show you
how easily wa* can match your
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Olive Oi!
I    MEAT TRUST
Australia Serves Notice on the
World
TAKE  DRASTIC  ACTION
If Necessary Will Prohibit It
From Operating in Australia.
Minister of Trade Issues Puhlic Warning.
OLD TIMERS
COME BACK
After Visiting   Places  in   Two
Continents
ALL GLAD TO BE HOME
Angus Stewart, Norman MacLeod, Kenny Munroe, John
MacKen/ie, John Moran All
Came Back to the City Yesterday Found People Interested in Rupert.
Lost and Found
A oUllflod IliKi'l titli'ttlt'ltt   .a
till* ItMer lit' tilt' Itl-tlL'lt*   yaaaa
dilution nf mutual im|inrt.i
FOUND-A bunch of Ka*\
Optlmlit Ollia-a*.
ill intrudUM you '**
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AUK VOU IN NKK.IIOFIIII I'
taa buy, nt*   hi'II. ur birr,   or  I
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...CASH...
$337.50
sml $��. 7.1 payable October 80th, 1911
anil $48.75 payable October Moth. 1912
will secure either "f these lots
Lots 18-11 Block 8 Si-ction 1
We are agents for ilia- ��� >!��� i reliable
Phoenix, Liverpool ami Lun.l.in ami
Globe and British America Fira- lni-tir*
unce Companies.
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Second Ave.,
Limited.
Prince Rupert, B.C.
1.0.0. F.
FIRST
ANNIVERSARY
SERVICE
of local Lodge I.O.O.P., will be held
SUNDAY, APRIL 30th
IN  llll
Presbyterian  Church
IBl   pre.. Thiaalrr   aat   11   aa. an.
All Oddfellows In tha*   uy are urged ta.
in-  present  and meet at the
Lodge Room at 10 a.m.
.Ska*t*ni Unai iii traa"    i ii.tr,t- iai C mm Rann V
Tik�� noUM ttal  l*t_  It* if
'a II
ta*nais tn *ia|n..  fair permurfon to pufoban thr
liillii*!*!^ -|a .rralaa-l luriala:
I At a point In the
������, . f Uml
a a CoUt
I   i re tl
lid
tan I the prole,  loll ti'''*   J
'
. a
'
la,, ... I
llmll ��� at '      ���
'llla-a' ,,',11., ���      .-,
lltalent.
Hi"   I'al.'ra,   *.  ,'IH. .,\f_   |',|;||||,U|i
Pub MwuSt.
Ski*a.nit t.v
, T��k" ta.atii*.' t l,n* i
All-it -
I'at  laa.
Itta'
Melbourne, Australia, April 20
j I'l'lu-   Commonwealtli of Australia
,   served   notice   on   ilu-   business
i I world  today  that  ii  would  not
'   harbor foreign "trusts."   The foi
lowing memorandum on the Bub
ject nas given i" thc press l.\ Sit
R. \\. Best, Minister ol Trade and
Customs:
"For several months past ii
li.t- been an open secret 'Imi representatives ol ,i meal trust have
been visiting Australia ostensibly
with the object <>i extending its
operations here,
"The Government nre determined t.i taki- iniiii. liatc .ni'
drastic action to discourage, and
if necessary to prohibit, it> operations in Australia, li is not
proposed to wail until thecombinc
Bccurcs vested interests in this
country.
"The Minister <>f Trade am
Customs i> consulting wiih the
Attorney-General with die view
to bringing the mil force of thc
present law into operation, and
if neccssar) obtaining lurilu-r leg-
islation.
"Thc action of thc Government
will extend to trust operations
i,i Australia, whether conducted
directly >>r indirectly, and will not
permit thc repetition in Australia
of the scandals and merciless methods . haracterizing monopolies i.
other parts <>t die world."
Tin attitude ������: thc Au.--tr.ili.iii
Government toward thc "meal
trust" i- interesting in several
phases, Aboul len ve.irs ago, it
i- -,tit|, . in- of ilu- largest Chicago
packing companies canvassed Australia with a M.u in establishing
.1 large plant there, but found the
strength <>l thc labor iiui..,t- nol
i.i it- liking and abandoned thc
idea.
Thc Australian meal dealers
have a big business aside Irom
their markets in the Phillippines
and iu Asintit ports. Frozen beef,
mutUm and rabbits are carried by
regular lines from Melbourne, Sy.l-
ii \ and Brisbane to England via
thc ' 'ape nl i aitiatl Hope; and Sue/
Canal and even the   ^ir.iii- <.i
���* tn.      It    i-    thought    that
tht completion or the Panama
Canal will almost revolutionize
thc refrigerated meat trallic of
Vustralin bj shortening the (tnitc
in Great Britain, Australia's prin-
ciapl customer nnd this h.ts led
ilu*   \nii:ii an   pat kti-   to  si'. 1    ,i
footiiold in tin- Commonwealth
as the) have in thc Argentine
Republic,
^^^^^^^^ . 4   Or   I   Taaa
lll-lla',|   aar    11 h f UI'lliiatltHl,   Itt
Hi'till,1,1. DlIX X.
WANTED-Three, four or 11 a
ntuhiil. modern eonvonlen
'laliulta* ir.i.
Wiih the coming of spring come
lhc ..Iai timers who have been
away, back to tlu-ir old haunts
ihe name as die swallows return
tu Inst year's nest. Angus Stewatr,
Vitjii.tn MacLeod, John Mac-
Kcnzic, John Moran, and Kenneth
Munroe, all well known contractors, returned to the div yesterda)
from every point of thc compass.
Angus Stewart has been with!
his will- who is now in Vancouver,
nt -tt- tlu- am folks in old Scotia.
,, , . .       , , WANTI'lll-llmam unit tm:u.
Ha-  also   inspected   ilu-   roulette    x.m.. imiitomce.
wheel down in frivolous Monte
Carlo, took constitutionals along
ilu* boulevards of fashionable Paris
and au- meals in historic Maxime's
in   the  French  capital.    Hc  i-
LEMON PIE
S. A. SOCIAL
	
Entertainment  in  the Citadel
Went Off Well
SO  DID  THE  PIES
Favorite Prince Rupert Entertainers Took Part in Popular
Programme. Ensign Johnstone and Staff Have Made
Good Again.
In tin- Salvation Army Citadel
last  night a merry niusif.il and
and lemon pic social was held, over
 1 which Ensign Johnstone presided.
HOUSES  WaANTED-Furnhhed a.r unfurnlih-1 f)n    thr    programme    VTH' iletlls
a-al. 2 i.. ti rooms,    If location uml Prlw lull                            *                         * n ���
moi will rent thorn myielf and puy rent In ad-  con tribu red   l>V   IIUUIV   ol I rnu'i'
vanco, no waltina, no lilting a   Phono me toda)                 .             ,              "   .
Black 69-unciu jerry. H-tt     Rupert sfavon te entertainers, com-
WANTBD-Boum
OUR OWN        BUSY SCENE
SPARKLERS AT DIGBY
as Good as the Best i
PROSPECTORS AFTER THEM
iiitonit
i rocerli
Boy Wiinti'ai.   Apply nt Opi
Wanted- A boy for doltvorlni
tu Muiiallem t. Co, Sth A*'
Waltroai wanted at Savoy Hotel
BOY WANTED-To dollvel pare
liiinnrlf generally useful, W agl I
t.aiiitirt with.   H. s. Wallaces C
Hi'lti Wantod���Apply Pantorlum,
you avuaat
Try Ihe
Al'l'l
:��� :l
all Hill) lllltKl'
jj.'II |i lala'lltll
,.   I.tal. >H-1 r
tm-tf
world  .md   pro*
in quality  to thc
mi of South Africa,"
R, A. A, Johnston, min-
and curator of the < leo-
I nml  bath,  ftir-
ee.      Apply   ni
57-tf
' room houie, fur-
r-. cloeo In     Call
85-tf
Board Wanted
family
II
Fire  Insurance
it- songs by Mr. . Russell, recitations by Master George Shaw
.unl Ensign Johnstone's own "Little Drummer Boy," smi^s hy Mrs,
I. S. Gray, recitations hy Mrs.
I i -i.uu Johnstone, and instrumental music by Gray's orchestra,
Everyone greatly enjoyed the
entertainment which was carried
through  with   lhe  vim  ami  live
Radium lest Applied to B. C.
Gems Gave Perfect Results.
Experts Delighted. Large Stores are Certain to be Found.
"The Canadian diamond has
been tested 1 >> thc greatest gem
experts in ilu
nounced equal
famous prut
says Mi
cralogisl
logical Survey.
In January last, diamonds were
discovered in the Olivine Mountain in British Columbia, 11 was
ilu- firsl discovery of it- kintl
made in Canada, and Mr, Johnston naturally became grcatl) in-
tcrcsicd and sent for specimens
nl the yi-iii-. The discovery soon
became noised about and other
mineralogists in different parts
of the world also became interested.
Among those in whom the tli>-
coverj awakened .1 keen interest
was I >r. Kuu/, the Tiffany gem
expert, and one of the foremost
authorities on precious sit.iu*.s in
the wm Id.    lh- wrote Mr. John-
OUR SI-KIIAI.TY -Kin* Insurance.    Worepn-I
 ��� fa|ttt I'li'va'tt   utri'tilf Kir.- -llllH1    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
It    .������������U������������������I Wi*  wain   yuill    tiltllni'.*      lal-ari*    lltiil    atllltll Mil I    lan.aa   , ,|*   It'iviiin    theni    1,'sti'i
going up to Hazelton this summer    Letm quote you mtsa. v. Mack Realty and cellcnt refreshments were nrenared I po* (" naving mtm tesiet
"asuranco Gonipany, eoi    I Ave. ati.i PultonSt
..it iiitntnt; propositions.
Norman MacLeod has been spending Mun.- time back in thc effete
..ist and middle states on business.
John MaiKrn/it-. assistant superintendent of Foley, Welch &
Stewart, took a trip to Scotland
and London.
John   Moran  spent   lh
in Spokane,
Kenny Munroe has been down
in the orange groves "i sunny
California lor some months. Bin
they're all glad to gel back m,v.
tli.it Sprint; it- here, and they say
people iu every clime are asking
aliHiii Rupert.
LOCAL BOYS
WON MATCH
Wrestled with Homeless Wanderers for Bowling Honors
C. T. P. WON BY 5 PINS
Moe Holland of Wanderers,
Gave Edy of G. T. P. Team,
Pair of Gold Cuff Links for
Making Highest Score in One
Game.
THK Haitia.li Union and Nail mil I'm' [murancc
Company <*f London. Et   land,   with   capital
Of &BOD.000.00.      Si-a* ll> :      l.ita*.       Thi'   Ma.!,
Realty unit Inaurmnco Con pany. "tuif
it   In
lull, .w-
Nevt
Real Estate
A clinniitlfal ailva*rtitii*nicnt ll it ra*al estate aaloa-
iniin.  unit ilna'ta   nut ofta-n a*niiiii  a'ttnutrh  "to
I    caattnt"  in tha* net retault
I WANTK|>-T.a|.ura*hniaa* l.i- In Saul Com* Din-
\Y!llliT|    trlrt Motion 7 or s. unill payment down and
monthly ta-raaan.   Apply P.O. Box 680,      B8-98
Situations Wanted
spirit   which   .ilw.iys   accompany ston from  New York and asket
the best efforts of Ensign Join-.- him   to  send   specimens  of   th
and his willing st.iiT.    Kx-1 Canadian diamonds for the put
itTlli-nt refreshments wen- prepare    	
and served bj Lieutenant Wright, I stead of sending specimci
and Mrs. Ensign Johnstone, tissist- ever, Mr. Johnston wc
ed by members of thc staff anil ^ ��rk himself about ten days ago
helpers from thc audience. At mid i.��>k .1 quantity of the gems
the end <>f tin- social several of with him.  He returned today.
the taut.His pics were pill up for
Bale by the Ensign and uen
quickly snapped up by live members of the audience, who as Mr,
J. S. Cray observed, lefl the hall
"morepious than when ihey came
in."
A    Clttaa'.ltiaal    tta|\ I ttiai'lTlrl.t
luint.T   nut; m'I.I..in fiaal.
a iir*'la'.-> a-ork-
Sta*ni*airn|a|i.'r tatiil Ollia-a* A-.|��titnt.   5j*earaex-
perience.   Mln C^o-o Optlmlit Offlco.
Boarders Wanted
Ready for the Census
Frank   Mobley   returned   fromlitself '" I"' its equal,    li
the south yesterday by the May. phorcsccd the same as any
I He  has  completed   preparations I ordered diamond should.
"Dr.    Kun/    and    Others   were
greatly surprised at the beauty
of tin- Canadian diamond, and they
an- now enthusiastically Binging
iis praise," saitl Mr. Johnston.
"Dr. Kuu/ made tests with radium
in a dark room. The Canadian
diamond was placed alongside the
Smith Afriean product and showed
I itself to In- iis equal,    li  phos-
wcll-
PLANS   ARE  COMPLETE
Dominion Government is Spen>
ding $200,000. Work to bt
Done This Season More Msn
Needed Shortly.
I'vety effort will be made by
ilu* Pacific Coast Construriiofl
t 'ompany, contractors for tlie I inni.
ininn Government marine station
,11 Digby Island, to finish the
work before winter sets in. \|r
T. Stcdham, the general mm .1 ���
for the contractors, has ahum
thirty men clearing thc siu and
in a short time hc will Btart nlwui
seventy more men on the general
construction work.
The   plans   rail   for   .1   wl
150 feet h>Vn which will be connected with buoy slu-ds, machine
shop,   power   house   anil   carlmli
stuff by *i railroad.    The houx
for the chief of the marine ��� 1,;,,;
will be a beauty, with  two big
bay windows, from which thc 1--
views around  the island can Ik
seen, a piazza all round the hous
.iiitl every convenience imagii al :>
The houses for the clerks ai tl tin
mechanics will also In- tip in dale
and attractive in every waj,
The water to supply lhe station
will In- not from the little rivei
in thc island. Two thousand feel
��� it 8-inch pipe together with .t
li-inch main will be laid lo ..
the water from the river. A
pletesewer system and fire-fighiii.
apparatus will also In- installed
The total work will cost aboul
$200,000.
Mr. Stedham haa built excellt
accommodation for his men uu
the islaiul and the temporan
wharf tlu- contractors have built
is free to any boat calling at ihi
islaiul.
A a '.:..   ,'.. ,1 iaalv4>rtiaelr.a*tit aa'll
I'taiit- ta 1 inal aiii-iii't mom,
place al ..mi tuliif.
tirinar tu you appll-
or fnr tinn vat-ant
W.'ll furni-hial maim in private Ikiiiii*.   Suit two
ara-ntli-nii'ti.      Full   l".anl   if  required.      Mr,. | t'...;   |.,���|
Kirkiaiiria-k. iihnv.'tiai...   I'hone!Mred      J7��   "' lonai
llaiiiii* eoolnd taoalt anal nlca'ly ftiatai.h* -! nmiit*.
f.arihii'i' paaraona. Apply Mta, Jamee, Sa-nit'
Bids., Srd Aven between Ith and  thSii*.   BS-tf
for his eeiisiis work this
.tin! is ready to start
word  "< ���'>."     The work
summer,
on   ilu
is   m  In
the middle of June.
Privato Itimnl by  the avi'a'k nr month,     Iliitm'
i-a-'kini* ta B|aa*cially.   Mi**�� K.  M.  ta.i'.'in.  :t*al
Ave., between Tth and -th St-., i.la.ani* 171. ��i-if
For Sale
Repairing Vadso
Taking the place of die S. S.
Vadso, ihe S. S. Lebro called here
last night and left later for Naas
l\i\ er pt tints.
A I'iita-ilii-il nitva'rUnrnti'nt. ponlltently priiitul.
at all -a-il aila,* I lallll* i'i  V.'llui'.
Il..ii"i*liaai.i Qoodo.   Rooma to bo let    Apply Un.
Ka-jcn. Tth Avp. anil TnylnrSt. na*ar Summit '.''���
a-T l|a a'
',"',',"'  i,"'  '-' '       '-       ���"
,     a        '. '" ''���',
m,in*i"   Inn   i    *'a apnt'yi
nmion '** purebaM "ia, tail|ai*/iti|( iir-j-
PRINCF.  RUPERT  BREWERY
News of the New Venture Has
Reached Vancouver Folk
1 nil' _ \\v. the im ln-i\t   ,iiili.>tm-
��� t'lina'i i,' Saturday's ��� iptimist ol
ihe intention to start .t brewery
in Princo Rupert it
���".'���  '""itmuanin  i i '  -tart   ,t   hrewerx
^wa&'.aasi s *.   n"'"Ru,)cn"""- *�� foi
S��arj?*uS����*atT *����� ""Tttingt
Defeat tame iii the third name.
The    Homeless   Wanderer-,    that
aggregation <>l itinerants that pitied themselves against the crack
bowling outfit of the G.T.P. hist
night in Morrison's alleys, were
several laps ahead in thc lirst
two games, l>ui thc railroaders
gol steam up on the I.i-i stretch
and when the referee called lime
thc local team was five points
.tin ..'I .mi the three names. Thc
score nt the G. T. P. boys was
2340 ami thc score of the Home-
less Wanderers was 2344.
The chief mourners for lhc
visitors were: "Ding Dong" DiiiK-
will ni Ma-Kay. Smith, Blair Co.;
Iiin Hum" Walter I aing of Turner Bccton a.\- Co.; "Diamond
Kid" Mm- Holland of Kocnigsbcrg
Jewellry Company.
In the firsl two games thi
mourners made a noise like n
bunch of siw.ishs on ilu- rampage,
but in thc last Btagc of thc third
they   --lire   did   wail.     How
Moe Holland acted Ilk
sport:    and    on    behall
Wand.nr- presented s.
Money to Loan
A elanMed advorttaeim tat will Unit you tho mon.
i-y with which tn imt N"iir ulitn int" a :'.. t
Laundry
FOR   SALE
Two n���x Hull Alleya, )2 feet limn; Wall
caae and counter, chain, card tahloa, rti'.
*.' t it.a-n the aatitiit for quick aala. Apply
H. E. ROSS. Kit
Third Av
��� nui
smpreai Hotel Pool Robrtt
Prince Rupctt
"This particular occurrence is
regarded as likely to throw more
light on the t'ti^in of the diamond
than any otiier occurrence elsewhere. We have been searching
through thc rock, and with the
aid of microscopic slides have been
able m see the diamond in the
riH'k. This is the first occasion
on whieh this has been thn e."
Mr. Johnston states that prospectors are likely to enter the new
field in greai numbers as soon as
snow in the mountains melts.
"The quality of the diamond is
beyond dispute," he said. "Tin-
only uncertain thing aboul it
now is the size."
I
I.eacp eurulni laudried by hami
rale*.   PboiMSOl.
Ri .- ��� il .*
'������V.I
S. O. H. B. s.
Iha*  Prince  Itaipi'j    a.!.--   N        '*, S m
K'ai'laaa.i   ',..-���'.
I'lirh ntiitilh In thi* run ��� -it- r�� II ,.,,���- i  n
P. V   ' I l!.-
I   'i  1:     ��� .  .       ��� i. ii
Municipal Notice
lever,
���   *t   real
nl     the
\. Edy,
captain -.1 ihe (,. T, I'. team with
4 luil "' "'i'i K'.hl r ul) links, lor
making the highest score of thi
evening lu a single game whieh
wiis 202.
"Curly Lock" Hill Hcrger said
lhe   reason   )���.   couldn't   bow
; mmuusi, >;"> ""��i-se.r���( i^���,,(.rl,,:T; !'": l081 vm wns because
*-= ""���'"' local rerident, I,    .,"""", *���? _��* M "'- other, hat
THE IROQlims l ",",""My (,,r *�� I'-r,.'.TX.    K" '" unolttd att�� th.
JC:^yUU/'b   ��*��*������ - brcworj ,    ". ; M 5J" '" explanation ol the result
I'ult. Alar. 7
<:vrm.iiiNi*. iimiiush -
Noma l- -
111
bis
his
st une
Kroliii lenden addn
'. i'i.i al up till .*,
I*.a tin* lupply anil ���:���
s'l it'n taiii*ta*a unil foi ���
from Un* City Clerl
plll.il ll l.a   l| l'l*rtllilll a
cent nf tin' total prta
WM. M, DAVIS.
n*t       City Kti.ai.
-
. ack p m   M ,
';-       * It*    ��� . :ar   Mio,.
���       ���      :.'.. ��� .,1
rendon muat I ���
���-tup, or a'oah.  fa,r .' per
-fncartatl.
BRNB8TA. WOODS
* City Cla*rk
lert
"Cut Throat1 ^^^^^^^
Tabb 152   106   149
"Soapy" Ernie Siin-
son 160    UK    IL'S
"Curly  Lock"  Bill
Horgcr 186   146   140
"Stumpy"   Waddy
Watt 124    130    103
"Shoe Leather" Fred
Renworth fi ,ip-
lain) 1(17    170    177
Total (2344)
Hied. T, I
Moxloy,
I'. Crandall,
Warren
E.G. Matler
Ktiii
-cores were:
..136   138
,.140   160
...112   138
,.148   148
77.S   7<i.'l
POOL
Ki
'pert.
w    t as .1
l^te ^ thc mauh,,;,;;;;:;;,:
English snd Amtrlean Blllltrdi       struction will
uch
***** teen alloted"thi 5taJ**w *T"* "V "K,,i" ,1,w�� where thc
TwuIvh Talili-i.
Ski-osii Avk. JniiltliiiKs.
i -iiintii'iii,.
con- glasses clink
""  the    The
Wt'le;
-".r,*s ol  tl,,* Wanderen
IS. A. Edy (captain). 167   17:i   202
Total (2348). . ,701    744   004
The games caused no end ol
good fun and ii is likely another
game will be played if tho traveller!
meet here again
THE
House of Good Values
We have just received a shipment of
New Tailor Made Waists,     Irish Linen Waists
"Royal Purple" Shoes for the Ladies
"Traveller" and "Palace" Shoes for the Men
arry a large stock of Ladles' and Men's Footwear of all tltw
BOLB AGENCY Kilt " iiiiti'BRICK " PATTERNS.
We
't'lptitnis.
The House of Good Values
JABOUR BROS.    -    Third Ave.
TWINS  BORN   LAST  NIGHT
Also   Fine   Boy    Mothers   are
Mrs. Lowe and Mrs. Melville
11 was a valuable and imirh
needed addition t<> the population
the city not lasl ni^ht when Mt-
Charlcs Lowe*, wife of thc proprietor of the Ideal Grocery s  ���*
Have  birth   lo   iwo  healthy  little
nirls.     Soon   afler   this   wti-
event, Mrs. Melville, wife ol Mi
Melville of the G. T. P. staff, gavt
birth to a line boy.    Dr. Kergin
was kept busy lasl night.
ENGLISH  FOOTBALL
Bradford Beats Middlesborough
One   to   Nil
(Special to the Optimist)
London,  April  28.���Bradfoi
City beat Middlesborough in the
postponed   lirsi   division   footl all
game today, by om- to nil.
Daily Bulletin
I he    following     is     llll-    iill '
bulletin on  the Foley, Welch -\
Stewart boats now <m the Sk.  i
. Kiv.-r heading for Hacelton:
Kitselas, April 28.   8a.m., o
dear, water throe feet eleven ii
j below sero, tisinn. '
Weather  Hazelton  and  no
|clear, calm, temp. ;lti, frosty I   '
night,
Operator between Hole in I
Wall and Graveyard Point.
Conveyor between Hob- In ih<
Wall and Graveyard Point.
Distributor about Hole in 'hi-
Wall.
Doubled His Fine
One of Prince Rupert's Pol -
( ourt  Ever-grcens appeared thi��
morning   before  the   Magistrati
He was charged with the familiar
D and D," and rta....i .-t ikh-siiuI
���It'll  costs.
and lined a li-n-s|."
The first boat
for    Hazelton
Take the fast
light-draught
Steamer
"Inlander"
Sat., Apr. 29
HAZELTON
"INLANDER"
SATURDAY,
APRIL
il. it.
��� 29th, -  1911
ROCHESTER, A
gent
Brings His Wife With Him
i    R* A. I.,  p, Hurl of Mcssi
Hantlasyde & Hurt, returned w
Prince Kuperi by the s. S. Princes*
May yesterday, bringing with him
his wife who now pays her fird
i visit to the city,   Mrs. Hurt ttx*
! I'rinee   R,
ililions.
viiperl   under   ideal
Willi a full complement of p-1-
"engers and Borne mail the S. S.
Cetriana left for Vancouver dii��
afternoon.

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