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 THE  WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending 5   a. m.,
June 13.
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OF PUBLIC SPIRIT!
ANOTHER STRIKER FREED
BY JURY AT VICTORIA
Nick Vessovich is Found Not Guilty on Charge of Inciting to Riot���Second of Men to Get His
Liberty Before a Jury
Nick Vessovich, one of the
sirikers on trial at Victoria in
connection with the Kelly's Cut
incident, lias been acquitted ac-
cording to a telegram received
last night in thc city. A. O.
Morse, secretary of the P. R. I. A.,
was able to announce the fact to
the members of the organization
sliorily after the wire came in.
Vessovich was charged with being
concerned in the riot, rioting and
creating a disturbance, or in citing
others to riot.
First Two Tried
Willi Jura Vuckavich who was
acquitted on Saturday, Vessovicli
was the first of the strikers to
faif trial. Considerable satisfaction is expressed by A. 0. Morse,
and the P. R. I. A. members at
the result of the trial so far. Information is expected regularly
from Victoria by the Secretary,
ami is given out to tlie men as
loan as possible after receipt.
Expect Other Acquittals
Speaking on the matter this
morning, A. O. Morse remarked
thai he expected to have news of
oilier acquittals ihis evening. Several of the workers in the city in
���sympathy with   thc  strikers  on
trial have expressed the opinion
that they will all get off, but
Secretary Morse refrains from expressing so sanguine an opinion.
FILLING IN OF BAYS
Council is Satisfied with Letter
from Mr. D'Arcy Tate
Last night the council expressed
themselves satisfied with the letter
written by Mr. D'Arcy Tate in
reference to the filling up of the
bays along the G. T. P. "From
Mile 0, westerly." Mr. Tate's
letter accompanied by a plan,
promises that notification will be
given the city in case of any intention on the part of the G. T. P.
to carry thc line across the gaps
round tlie liend from thc Cold
Storage so that protest may bc
entered by the city against thc
filling in of the bays.
Assistant Fire Chief Coming
In a letter to the council last
night D. McDonald, tlie newly
appointed assistant fire chief, announced that he cannot be here
until July.
CITIZEN LABOR
STATION WORK
Aid. Newton Denounces Contract System and Favors Public  Works   Dept.   and   Days
Labor.
In connection with the rc-grant-
'"K "f a relinquished contract to
���V Bettanini & Co., Alderman
Newton last night disapproved
entirely of the contract system
eying it meant the employment
ol a bad class of labor. He preferred to have the whole city work
���Ion. by the Public Works Department and by workmen who were
reputable residents with homes
lure.
Alderman   Smith   pointed  out
that the firm consisted of old
timers all with homes here, who
were working as a station gang,
and emphatically declared that
this was thc very best nmethod
of haing the work done. Alderman Newton stood out for his own
idea, and eventually the matter
was referred to the City Engineer
to see if an arrangement can be
come to by which it can be done
by the Public Works Department
employing the Bettanini outfit as
a station   gang.
Dr. Reddie's investigations havc
resulted in the support of F.
Button in his complaint against
stable nuisance near his home,
and Messrs. Barbeau have been
instructed lo attend to thc matter
of their stable refuse.
VENTURE BEATS CAMOSUN
IN AN ALL-NIGHT RACE
��nly Half a Mile Between the Boats at the Finish-
Camosun Will Endeavor to Regain the Blue
Ribbon Next Fair Chance That Offers
By beating the Union steamer
"""���un in an eighteen-hour race
*twecn Alert Bay and Vancouver,
">�� WUe ribbon now Hies from the
"uwhcadoftheB
Vt
'���i 'lire
iOKOWitt steamer
and   the   long   standing
WW  it*   respect   to   which   of
"* Vlss"ls was the  faster has
71 Kttled.    Although the race
long one the Venture only
wni.,
paned
M \
1,1   through   the   Narrows
'"COUVer  with   half  a   mile
*ater separating her from her
nval,
Fl
Witl
^"���Wchlngfromthdrfiinndii
.^���teamers were running full
,!���;:'   'J'"'   *��*   was   little   to
lame-crowned Funnels
���moke,
���'tnd   sometimes
there   \v��i
nt ii
hill
the   Camosun
.0c,��clc  .ut   Monday   night
1   *** not  opened  out  at
this stage of what proved to be
the deciding event of the speed
contest of the vessels. After fighting strenuously for many hours
to force her way past her sturdy
competitor, the Camosun was
abeam of the Boscowitz boat.
Come On, Camosun
The signal of "more speed,"
was sent below to the firemen and
engineers and soon the Venture
was speeding along at a faster
clip. She gradually commenced
to pull away from the Camosun,
although it was slow work. As
the Boscowitz steamer sped in
the harbor at the Terminal City
the other vessel was well astern.
From the race it can be seen that
thc two boats are pretty evenly
matched for speed, and lhe outcome was a little surprise, as the
Camosun has always been considered to have more speed than
the Venture.
C. N. R. FLYER
GOT DITCHED
Duluth Flyer Goes off the Track
Near Laville, Ontario. Engineer Badly Injured.
(Caradian Press Despatch)
Winnipeg, June 13.���News was
received here this morning that
the C. N. R. fiyer to Duluth had
gone off the track and was ditched
this morning near Laville, Ont.
Engineer W. T. Bennett was hurled
fifty feet through the air before
striking the ground. Hc is badly
injured. Thc firemen and the
forty passengers escaped with minor bruises.
KILLED BY LIGHTNING
Electric   Storm   Works   Great
Havoc at Owen Sound, Ont.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Owen Sound, Ont., June 13.���
A destructive electric storm with
cyclonic wind struck Owen Sound
last night doing great damage.
Lightning killed John Murphy
employed at thc Harrison Mill and
stunned twenty other employees.
j BASEBALL SCORES {
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Northwestern League
Spokane 8, Portland 2.
Tacoma 3, Seattle 12.
Vancouver-Victoria game postponed on account of rain.
National League
New York 1, Cincinnati 3.
Chicago (i, Boston 5.
Pittsburg 4, Brooklyn 2.
Philadelphia 8, St. Louis 4.
American League
Chicago 4, Washington 0.
Ncw York 4, Cleveland I.
Detroit 5, Boston 4.
Philadelphia 4, St. Louis 0.
'   Pacific Coast League
Oakland 7, Vernon 5.
Municipal Steed
In connection with the "Section
B" contract to bc done by the
Public Works Department, it was
mentioned at council last night
that a horse will be required. It
is impossible to buy one horse
in Rupert. They are sold here
by the team only, and some oik
who knows must be employed to
make the purchase down below.
TO FINISH OFF
THIRD AVENUE
Stretch from Seventh St. to
Fulton will be Macadamised
Rock Crusher is on Way from
Vancouver.
The stretch of Third avenue
from Seventh street to Fulton
street will be Macadamised. Already the rock crusher ordered in
Vancouver is on its way, and by
the time it arrives Third avenue
at this poinl will be ready for it.
Second avenue is not to bc done
yet. It appears the contractor
has to replace the plankways here.
HAZELTON TURNED OUT
TO HEAR WM. TEMPLEMAN
Popular Cabinet Minister and Member for the District
Had Good Reception���Spoke on a  Mass of
Local Subjects With Great Success
GOULDING   BEAT  LARNER
Champion Walker of Canada
Defeats English Champion in
a 6.32 Mile.
Toronto, Out., George Colliding,
the Central Y. M. C. A. champion
walker and Canadian record holder,
defeated (ieorge I.arner, the English crack in the open international
mile walk at the Eaton Athletic
Games here, Goulding's time for
the mile was 6.82.
CITIZENS' MONEY VOTED
TO FIGHT MR. PRUDHOMME
Amazing Action Taken by City Council Last Night���Will Use City
Money in Effort to Crush a Citizen���City Money to Enter an
Appeal is Wired Below���Only Aldermen Morrissey and
Douglas Oppose the Proceedings.
Motion by Aid. Smith Seconded
by Aid. Kirkpatrick
"That $150 for security of
costs of appeal of Prudhomme Case be given to the City
Solicitor to be telegraphed to
our Attorneys in Vancouver."
Towards the end of an otherwise
ordinarily uneventful session of
the city council the above motion
was sprung. Its effect wns electrical. Strenuous objections and
as vigorous support sprang into
expression from various quarters.
A section of the council stood
shoulder to shoulder to drive thc
motion through, while two members fought it unfortunately front
slightly different standpoints, and
one alderman silently disapproved
or declined to commit himself.
The motion was carried. The sum
of $150 of city money goes to help
the License Commissioners in their
endeavour to crush a citizen down
and out.
Mayor Was Absent
Mayor Manson is on his way
to Victoria of course. His place
was taken by Alderman Hilditch.
Alderman Clayton also, was absent though he would probably
have voted with thc majority.
Mayor Manson's absence is significant. Rumors current in the
city on Sunday and yesterday
that there had been a secret Star
Chamber meeting of certain of
thc council on Saturday night to
discuss something mysterious about
the Prudhomme case, were evidently not illfounded.
Newton's Whitewash
In the discussion that arose
around this biatter statements
were made by Alderman Newton
which Alderman Morrissey straight
way described with merciless directness as "attempts at whitewashing." Acting Mayor Hilditch  flew up in  thc air at the
application of such a term to
Alderman Newton's eloquence, in
a way so indiscreet that it merely
emphasised that which he strove
hurriedly to hide. But with the
confidence of absolute certainty
Alderman Morrissey stuck to his
apt phrase, declaring that he would
stand for no whitewashing of the
business.
Douglas Stands Firm
Right on the dot as soon as
the motion was read Alderman
Douglas was up with a straight
unqualified objection to it. "I
object," he laid, "to this council
paying out money for this purpose"
So too, diil Alderman Morrissey.
"I also object," he said. "If there
was any irregularity on this License Board, I think |iersoiially,
that it is entirely out of order
for the city council of Prince
Rupert under its distressed conditions to light an appeal which
is in the interests of the whole
of B. C. Thc Province of B. C.
is rather entitled to find funds.
This council under the advice
of our City Solicitor (Alderman
Morrissey has a pretty touch of
sarcasm in his tones at times) may
see the regularity of it. But I
do not. It may seem a simple
matter to call for $150 now, but
if the stubbornness and determination of the defendant in this
case carries the case to still higher
and higher courts, there is no
saying where this expenditure may
oul. ('.ranting that thc License
Hoard have shown that they intended to take up a high moral
position in the matter of this
license which thc Court below
has not Upheld, they should now
limply submit. 1 register a solemn
protest against this expenditure."
The Whitewash Brush
Alderman Newton said he could
not sec il in thc way bis good
friend   Alderman   Morrissey   saw
it. "I am not here," hc declared,
"to apologise in any way for the
actions of the License Commissioners. I am nol here to defend
or approve them. I do not think
there is sufficient independence
in thc Prince Rupert Licensing
Board. I am ready u stand and
say this in the face of my good
friend Alderman Smith. I believe
firmly that there is too tight a
rein held over the dealers in
liquor in Prince Rupert today. I
believe that there is a tendency
to make not only the dealers in
liquor but many of those who
depend upon them for trade bend
to the will of those controlling
the Licensing Board. I do not
think Alderman Smith realises lhe
seriousness of the position. Yet
still, I cannot take the same
position as Alderman Morrissey."
Alderman   Newton  went   on   to
say that we must have a Licensing
Board administering thc luiws of
B. C, and its powers must be
maintained. Instead, the present
Hoard after administering the law
found itself over-ruled by one
of the judges of the higher court
who took upon himself to dictate
to the Commission.
British Fair Play
"There    is   too   much    feeling
thrown into this Prudhomme ease,"
went on Alderman Newton.   "Pru-
dhonune has been very injudicious
ind  perhaps has deserved all  he
has   got.     Nevertheless   there   is
such a tiling as British fair play
even   for   Alex   Prudhomme.      1
should not like lo see tbe License
Board  held  down  by  thc  license
holders, and what Justice Clements I
has slid is that those who compose
thc License Board in  Prince Rupert   are   not   to   administer   the
law in their own way."   Aldcrman-
Newton went on to draw a picture
(Special to the Daily News)
Hazelton, June 13.���The largest
and most enthusiastic meeting ever
held in Hazelton was held here
last night in the Town Hall, when
Hon. William Templeman, Minister of Mines and Inland Revenue,
Duncan Ross, cx-M.P. for Yale-
Cariboo addressed the citizens of
Hazelton. Settlers, and others
from around thc district came in
to hear the distinguished speakers.
Mr. Templeman is Popular
Mr. Hovcll, the local barrister,
occupied the ��� chair and paid a
tribute to Hon. Mr. Templeman for
the manner in which, despite the
duties attending his Cabinet position, he looked after the needs
of the constituency. When he
rose to address the gathering, tlie
splendid reception given to Mr.
Templeman, showed his popularity
among the up-river electors.
Spoke on Local Affairs
Mr. Templeman, whose visit
was to find out more about the
needs of this growing district,
spoke largely on local affairs. He
told of what he had done to
secure improved mail service for
the  Skeena,  and  of   further  im
provements he would recommend
to the Postmaster General. He
also took up thc question of telegraph tolls, and of an experimental
farm for the northern interior.
An appropriation he said had
already been made for an experimental farm to aid the settlers,
and another one might be arranged for within a very short
time.
Helped the Prospectors
Hc described the work of tlie
Dominion geological survey, and
showed how this had helped the
prospectors and miners. Finally
he dealt with the subject of
reciprocity, and showed how it
would help the settlers and prospectors in the district, who were
dependent on importing large quantities of supplies.
Duncan Ross Spoke
Duncan Ross was also accorded
a splendid reception, and dealt
in a masterly manner with the
reciprocity question.
Returns Tomorrow
Mr. Templeman will leave here
tomorrow for Prince Rii|>crt, stopping off al Kitselas on his way
back.
LENIENCE IS SHOWN
Council Allows Contractor for
Piles to Deliver on Railway
Grade.
Iu order to meet the contractor
Anderson, a Swede, who misunderstood the terms of his contract
to deliver piles for the city, and
bid so low that he was liable to
make a heavy loss of it, the council
last night agreed to allow him to
deliver on the railway grade where
the piles were landed instead of
having to haul them to the City-
Yard. Alderman Smith stated
lhat the man was married and had
a large family. Alderman Hilditch
said lhat didn't excuse him from
making a blunder. But it was
evident lhat he really had mis-
understood   wording   of contract.
HE MET A VERY
STRANGE DEATH
F. Frosdyke, a Longshoreman
at Fort William Drowned in
the Harbor.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Fort William, June 13.���F. Frosdyke, a C. P. R. longshoreman,
was drowned here today when a
passing tug sucked the vessel
he was helping to unload from
the quay, so lhat the gangplank
fell. Frosdyke was precipitated
into the water. His body was
recovered later by a diver.
For a good custom made suit
of clothes go t.i Rudnick & Sweder
Bros., Helgerson Block Basement.
GUS CARLSEN INJURED
CRUSHED BY BIG TREE
Was at Work Felling Tree at Mile 90 When  It  Fell,
Pinning Him to the Ground���Though Terribly
Crushed He is Pluckily Recovering
Hurried to Hospital
Extricated with tremendous difficulty by his mates, ("arisen was
got on board the Operator, and
hurried to Rupert. After having
had his injuries attended to by
Dr. McNeill, hc pasted a fairly
good night, and this morning he
seemed to maintain his splendid
light for life though so seriously
injured.
CONTINUED ON PAGE 4
Seriously injured about the chest
but bearing the pain with courage,
and clinging tenaciously to life,
GtlS Carlsen, a Swede, was brought
in by thc river steamer Operator
last night. Dr. McNeill had been
wired for from a point up river,
and met thc steamer with a
conveyance ready lo lake the man
lo the hospital.
Tree Fell on Him
Carlscn's injuries are very severe,
his chest being badly crushed,
ribs broken, and flesh torn, but
he was able lo speak. 1 lis accident
happened al Mile '.III near Kitselas,
where at Johnson's camp, he Was|EMpRESS THEATRE. Second Ave.-
felling a tree. Failing to leap Pictures and Music, 7.30 p.m.
clear when lhe tree came down MAJESTIC THEATRE, Third Ave;
with unexpected suddenness, he Pictures and songs, 7.30 p.m.
was caughl by the trunk which PHENIX THEATRE, Second Aveuuc;
, ,. , ,        ,  , Pictures and music, 7.30 p.m.
bore him  to the ground and luy        _,_���,..,  _.   .   .
,.     , h '   AUDITORIUM, Sixth Avenue;  Roller
across bis chest. |   Skating, 8 p.m.
Pantorium Pioneer Cleanere. 'Phone i
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THE    DAILY   NEWS
The Daily News
Formerly) The t��rince Rupert Optimist
Published by the Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
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BRANCH OFFICES AND AGENCIES
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Square.
C. N. R. AGENT
IS ON TRIAL
Wm. E. Farr of Fort William is
Charged   with   Embezzling
Company's Funds.
(Can; dian Press Despatch)
Fort William,   June   13.���Wm.
E. Farr, C. N. R. agent
it West
"The newspaper, with the law, should assume the accused innocent
until proven guilty; ahould be the friend, not the enemy of the
Keneral public; the defender, not the invader of private life and
the assailant of personal character. It should be, as it were, a
keeper of the public conscience."-Henry Watterson.
Daily Edition.
Tuesday. June 13
TO HELP THE HERRING FISHERIES
The Department of Marine and Fisheries, which has in so many-
ways showed iis deep and practical interest in the development of
Prince Rupert's future as a marine and fishery centre, is to be congratulated for a new pamphlet venture, which ought to do a great
deal to help in the exploitation of the great wealth in the herring
shoals which pass along our shores and harbors.
The new pamphlet,issued as a departmental bulletin by authority
of the Minister, Hon. L. P. Broduir, is entitled, "A Talk on Hirring
Fishing." It is the first of a series of publications which ihe department intends placing, from time to time, in tlie hands of Canadian
fishermen, dealing in a practical way with the vital problems which
confront the Canadian fisherman.
Reference is made to the haphazard nature of the herring fishery
as conducted at present, and to tlu- failure of the catch at Nanaimo
this year because the shoals remained outside and would not enter the
harbor. Illustrations and diagrams are given to illustrate the "talk,"
which givr^ .in exposition on deep sea drift net fishing for herring.
"Seeing that the mountain does not go to Mahomet, Mahomet
must move out to the mountain," says the author, Mr. J.J. Cowic.
win- show- how to seek the habitat of thc summer herring schools
ten and twenty and thirty miles out in deep water. By such means
as the pamphlet describes, the haphazard element in the herring
fishery i> to be avoided.
The pamphlet is published al a very timely moment for Prince
Rupert, when die attention of many is being drawi to the possibilities
that the herring fishery odcrs.
"LO, THE POOR INDIAN," NO LONGER
In commenting upon the Daily News story of the disappearance
of the totem poles from Massett and other places in the Queen Charlolte Islands, Colliers Weekly in its current issue, says
"The latest report is that the coast Indians of tlie Pacific are
picturesque no longer. Their ilirl and their local color lend to disappear
together. They wear mail-order clothes, play the piano, live in good
houses, arid earn a lot of money, some of them as much as (1,600
a year. For this we have to thank heaven, the missionary, and the
l"ggi"Ki canning, and fishing industries of British Columbia. Any
good Indian can gi t all the work he wants at any time of thc year,
and the cannery and its allied activities will take care of him and
his whole family for the summer. The Indian father and his klootch
go out in tbe boat, and lhe rest of the household, from the grandmother down lo the six-year-old, pack salmon in the shed. There
are Uid Indians near Alert Bay, who do nothing but drink whisky,
cat dog with heathen rites, ard stone the Christian prophets; but
they are the exception that proves tlie rule. The last thing a while
man p.irts with is his family pride, and then he is said to be blessed
because he is meek and lowly in spirit. The Indian must be well
forward i 1 this chiefest of virtues when he parts with his totem-pole."
MULTUM IN PARVO
Fori William, was committed for
trial today on a charge of having
embezzled the company's funds
to the extent of seven hundred
dollars.
Gambling at cards and an attempt to beat ihe wheat market
is the alleged cause of Farr's
troubles.
SEAMEN STRIKE
NEXT SUNDAY
Announce June 18th as the
Date for a General Strike of
Seamen and Firemen.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
.Southampton, England, June 13-
Despite the decided lack of sympathy with which the public are
viewing thc proposed general strike
of seamen and firemen, the members of the National Seamen's
and Firemen's Union have announced that they will proclaim
a general strike on June 18th.
CHINA'S CLAIM       T
ON MEXICO
Demands $6 000,000 Compensation for the Massacre of Three
Hundred Chinese at Torreon.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Washington, June 13.- -Reports
have been received here that the
Chinese Government has presented
a claim for 10,000,000 for compensation for the massacn of
over three hundred Chinese at
Torreon during the Mexican revolution.
The reports have been denied
here on the authority ol the
Chinese Minister Tang.
FREE
EMPLOYMENT
office   :    :
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For all kinds of help, cooks,
waiters, dishwashers, hotel porters, all kinds of laborers or mechanics, call up
Phone No. 178
or call at the
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Grand Hotel Free Employment Office j
Headquarters for cooks & waiters  -
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
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LAND   PURCHASE NOTICE
CHICAGO SUFFERS
FROM THE HEAT
Has  Killed Scores   of People
Hundreds    in   Hospital   All
Heat Records Broken.
ROGERS & BLACK
-WHOLESALE   DEALERS  IN-
Building Material,   Cement,   Lime,
Hair-fibre Plaster, Coke, Blackemith
Coal, Common Brick,
Pressed Brick
Shingle*, Lath, New Wellington Coal
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY KILLED
! See Us for Prices.
Phone No. 116
It had been previously announced that the date of the strike
would be kept a seeret until .i
few hours before, but that it
would be timed lo oeeur at a
moment when it would interfere
With the Coronation traffic.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Chicago, June 13.���Chicago and
the whole of the Middle West is
Buffering under a pall of fierce
and unseasonable heal. The lives
of seores of people have been
literally burned out, while hundreds of people are in the hospital
suffering from maladies caused by
the intense heat.
Never in the history of tht
1'. S. Weather Bureau has the
Middle West experienced so hot
a June. All the previous records
for heal have been smashed.
SUFFRAGETTES TO
HELP STRIKERS
Two Thousand Garment Workers to Go Out on Strike at
Cleveland.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Cleveland, June 13.���Two thousand more garment workers, employed by sixty-eight firms went
out and joined the strikers today.
This increases the ranks of the
sirikers from five thousand to
seven thousand.
The  suffragette  organizations
have  taken   the  matter  up,  and
now announce that they will help
the garment workers during the
continuance of the strike
LADY KILLED
AT MONTREAL
Motor Horn Scared Horses of
Mrs. Isabel Crawford's Carriage.
Convict 11342 of the Missouri
state prison at Jefferson City is
the latest contender for '"white
hope" honors. In a letter to the
sporting editor of the local newspaper the prisoner agTC< 8 thai he is
the logical person to humble Champion Jack Johnson. Hc says he is
(i feet and 4 i.'iches tall, has a reach
of 34 inches and weighs 230 pounds.
The prisoner says he has 29
months to serve. Hc would be
pleased to have a pardon soon,
so that he could whip Johnson
without delay.
(Victoria Times)
James Hur-t Hawthornthwaite, M. P. P., is the most genial,
capable and successful personality contortionist which politic d vaudeville iu modern times has produced. He is a Marxian Socialist, and
at the same lime a Fabian Socialist. He i- an evolutionist and a
revolutionist; he is a radical oi the radicals with ids mouth anu a
conservativi of the conservatives with his money. He is a sworn
opponeni of party politics in governments, excepting his own party,
and is a devoted follower of parly government, except his own parly.
in practice and v ic. Hc is a violenl anti-capitalist, yet an extensive
and leisurely capitalist. He is the accredited, discredited and re-
accredited leader of the Socialist parly in British Columbia, yet without membership in any Socialist local. He is above membership
in the .Socialist party, and beneath it. He has sent in undated resig
nations to everybody but the Speaker of the House, and has only
refrained from Bending one to that augusl personage because such
action would embarrass the government to which hc is servile.   He
date not resign in proper and orderly manner, tor that would put
the government up against a refusal or acceptance, and neither would
be relished. He is a political chameleon with only one color. He
is not a wage slave, but is a slave to existing economic conditions.
Lastly, he is a Moses to his people, but unfortunately his light has
gone out. He is not sufficiently familiar with the dialectic of proletarian monistic philosophy to successfully debate with an ordinary
miner, bill lie is still a Socialist.   (>nce a Socialist, always a Socialist.
We say these things without malice, for the Times conceives
a superlative admiration for any man who can successfully navigate
so many aliases and gives promise of still more. He is certainly no
slouch.
TVie Daily News
DELIVERED TO ANY ADDRESS IN SECTIONS 1, 5,
6 AND 1 EVERY DAY FOR
50c PER MONTH
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Montreal, June 13.���The blowing of a motor siren yesterday,
resulted in the death of Mrs.
Isabel <",. Crawford who was thrown violently from her carriage,
when   the   horses   boiled   at    the
sudden sound.
Mrs. John Milieu her companion
suffered severe bruises as did  the
coachman also.
Although Knockout Brown defeated Tommy Murphy in exactly
forty seconds of one-sided lighting
in New Vork last week, he will
receive only a few dollars as his
share of the S3,(KM) gale receipts;
while Murphy will cash a cheque
for a cool three thousand. By
agreement, tlie cheque for $3,000
was turned over to Murphy before
the fight to guarantee his appearance, and Brown agreed to
take whatever remained of the
gale receipts after the expenses
were paid. The house proved
much smaller than expected, and
Brown's share did not exceed
fifty or sixty dollars. Brown
declares that he is not going to
complain, however. He plans to
meet Mall Wells, the British
lightweight champion, as soon aa
the latter is ready, and hopes i"
make up his loss.
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST
Phone No. 200 P. O. Box 5S0
l'KINCE RUPERT, B. C.
II w. j. McCutcheon
',',   Carries complete stock of Drum.   Special
, ,      attention paid lo nllinn prescriptions.
!! Tbeatre Block phonk No. to Second Avt.
���������*+++++++++++++++++++++������
apply  tor permission
duicribed lauds:
Commencing ut u
soutli of the lorka aa
thenco north SO cli
thenc..' south bit chuii
Dated AprU IS. IHA
I'ub. Mu 111.
Mil planted ahout two miles
the While und Kllll rivers,
.ins thence ****** 6U d1""""'
. tia.aiiL'e vaa- i Sl) chains.
"' TIIOMAS McMEEKIN
Francis S. I'reaton. Auent
Skeana Land Diatrict���DUtrict ol Coust k�����
Take notice that 1, Clara May Utile ,,i , *���'
o       II      I'.       mmIim*Im r.-.T^V". 0I **_,'
import.   II.   -J.,, occupation  iplniUr, \i__X__
appl^ior^pwmisaion  tu  purchase the lollu^J"
rinet,
tu
'tag
****���    ' I    .   ...   ,a   aaaa.t   IllUtllod   ullOUt   six  milOS
Coaaudng it �� PJJ R�����,  ^ , ,,��� WUite
5SfWS?rt��%3f -oulh I.U chains, thence
__\ 10 cU�����U�� north SU chains,tl.ence weat
U chaiM. CHARLES DKLUKUVE
Rochester &
r     Monroe
Ladysmith
'���>' Coal
\:   Phonens
FOR SALE
Lots 5 ntul 0, Block tt,
Section 1.
$3000, 25 |wr ci-nt. caul'
balance 1, 2, 8 years,
7 per cent.
GEO. W. MORROW
1076 Nelson St., Vancouver, B.C.
BOWLING,
BILLIARDS
���nd POOL
t Alleys. 7 Tables.    A v*x��l oxer-
else.   A clean sport.   Ladles every
afternoun.     Newman  Hlock. be-
tween a a l> and Tth SU.
.    nn MokHlsnS.     I'n>pTiet��r and Manniier
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VIRGINIA   SALLY   LUNN
Correct    Recipe   for    Favorite
Cake by a Cook Who knows
Heal four eggs light, dissolve
halt yeast cake in a gill of luke-
milk, melt half cup of butter, stir
a cup ol boiling water into a cup
of milk, dissolve half teaspoonful
of baking soda into a tablespoonful
of hot water. To the lieaten i%_i*>
add the milk and water when
these arc lukewarm, stir in the
melted butter, a teasoponful of
sail and the dissolved soda. Add a
quart of Hour and stir in the dissolved yeast cake. Heat well and
pour into a buttered mold with a
funnel in the middle. Have the
mold very large that there may he
an abundance of room for the
bread to rise.    Set to rise for at
least   six   hours,   or   until    very
ight, then hake in a steady oven,
covering for the first twenty minutes.     Uncover   and   bake   in   a
steady oven until a straw comes
OUt  clean  frorn the thickest part
Of the loaf.   This will be in aboul
three-quarters of an hour from thc
time the baking began.
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Kitsumkalum Laml For S��le
KITSUMKALUH - B. C.
Hotel Central S��?&��
Eurnpean nnd Amerlenn plan, steam
heated, nodvi) conveniences. Rates
11.00 to 12.1*1 per day.        I        :        :
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Proprietor
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
Mfi'ts in the Htlgwaotl Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All   member*  of   the  order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
Skeena Und District -District ol Coust lUnie 6
Take m ice Tlmt 1, J. Harold McKoun of 1'rTnce
Kuiien   II   C-   occupat oo biucksra lh. Intond to
SpiTto pSmiBo  to purchase  the  lollowinn
d,I"n.me'"i.iKf:��l ��� tm* planted about three and
one I III . i. .1 sunt in a wuth westerly direction
from a blind dOUfh Irom Observatory Inlet where
hi same loucl.es the Ind an Reserve, llience wool
Vi chai u, thence south SU cha n, thenco east SO
____* Ihence north Sl) chans lo po ul ol com-
Dated Apr I H. IHU-       J- HAROLD ICO&HAH
Skcna Land DUtrict-District ol Cassiar
Take   noiico   that   1.   Thomas   Macjtovern   ol
Stewart   11- C, occupalion minor.intend to upply
"(or permUalon lo purchaso tlio followins doacribed
"co'iiiinencini! ut a posl plauted on the right
bank ol thtt Naaa river aboul lour miles above the
lorks ol the Nous river, thenco south 60 chains,
Uienco west SO chains, thence north B0 clulna.,
thencc east SO chains lo point ol commencement,
containine 6.0 acre. ��� >��,, ACOOVElls
Dafc��d March 25, 1911. Sidney Krank Wright, Ant
I'ub. .May 17.
Skeena Und Diatrlct-Dlitrict o! Caaaiar
Take nolica lhat WUliam Frederick Cameron
o��  I'rince  import,  I*. C, occupation  carpenter,
ntenda to apply (or permiaaion to purchaso UH
tollowing doacribed landi: ���
Commencini at a poat plantod about three
milw aouth oT the lorka ot tho White and Hat
rivera, thence aouth 00 chaina, thunco weat hu
chaina, thence north  60 chalna,  thenco eaat  ti)
chtilU'    WILLIAM FREDERICK CAMERON
i >..��������� 1 April lt>, r.'ii.
Tub. May 13. Francia S. rrcelon, Auent
Skwna Land District -Dutrict ot Coaal KanKO r*>
Taku notice that 1, LaUchlan Juhn Shunatian ut
Victoria, 11. ***.* occupalion liucm-r, intend to
apply (or pormih.*ion to purchase the followini;
ii   *���:���,'.������ i landi:
Commencinii at a posl planted ��'���& chains aouth
(rom the aoutheaat corner ot Lot UUtiu, thunce *���*
chains aouth, Ihcnco W chaina weat, thence 4U
chaina north, thenco 4U chaina east to point ot
cumtnencvmvnl, containing lw> acrwi more or \**m*
LaLCULAN JOHN BHANAHAM
Dated April 17, lull.
I'ub. May 6.
Skoeni Und District-District of Caaaiar
Taka notice ihat 1, John L. Mitchell o( I'rinco
Kupert, ll. C, occupalion bookkeeper, Intend to
apply (or permission to  purchaae  thu  (ollowing
dwenbed landa:
Commencing at a post planted about (t>) live
miles south and tl) onu milu weat o( tho (orka of
the W hilo and Flat rivera, tbenw north Hi) chains
ihence east bO chaina, Ihencu aoutb 80 chalna,
thenco w^��t bU chains.
Dated April lb, llfll.        JOHN 1    M l'l t ill i.i.
I'ub. May 13 . Francia S. 1'rcatrn, Agont
Skeena Und District-District of Caaaiar
Take notice thai 1 Francis S. l'rvaton ot I'rince
i'.'ii* n.  U. C, occupation pruapector, intond to
apply  lor  permiaaion  lo  purchaau  the  (ullowing
described landa:
Commencing al a poat planted about throe
milt* aouth and two mllee wusi of the (orks ol
the While and Flat river*, thence south bl) chalna
thence eoal bO chains, thenoe nortli bU chains,
thence wret bo chains.
Dated April 20, IUll      FRANCIS S. PRESTON
i'ub Afay 13
.���kwni Und DUtrict���DUtrict o( Coaal lUngo ..
Take out c< that I, Joe Jack of 1 nt n Hi p<rt,
U- C-n occupatiun carpenter, intend to apply for
permUdun to purchase lho following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted about thiec^and
one-half miloa dutant In a south westerly direction
from a blind slough (rom Ubaervatory Inlet whure
the aame luuchea ihu Indian lUwrve thence uasi
bO cha na. thvnce 'ntlh bO chaina, thenco wosibO
chains, thencv eouth bO chalna to point o( commencement, containing U4U acroa more or loos.
Dated April ll. lull. JUK JACK
' ub. May 13.
Skoena Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Coaat lUnge &
Take notico that 1, Hell Hall Kenney of Vermouth, Nova Scotia, occupation married woman.
Intend to apply (or permiaaion to purchaau the
lollowing deecribed landa:
Commencing al a post planted al north eul
corner of T. L Lot 3b&2b, thance running wert 40
chalna, thenca north bO chalna, thence east 40
chains, thenoe aouth bo chaina tu plaoo o( coin'
mencemenl containing :120 acrea more or Ion
.My post U on aouth east corner of land applied
(or, marked letters S. K., aliout ono mile wust of
Uke UM*e, eouth side of Skeena liver Diitrict
��f Coast Hange ti.
Datod April 2U, lull.      HI.1.1. HALL KKNNKV
I'ub. Mav 13. John lUvcrty, Agent
Skoena Und District���DUtrict ol Cassiar
Take nolice thai  1. Jomea  Dunlnp of  I'rinco
Uuj-'Tt,   ll.   C-,  occupation   teamatcr,  intend  to
apply  (or permission  to purchaae  tho (ollowing
deacrilx<d lands:
Commencing at a post planted alwul twu milaa
oouth of tbe furks o( tho While and Flat rivers,
theneo north  bu chains, ihcnco  west bO chaina,
thence aouth MJ chaina, thence east bU chains.
Dated April lb, lull. JAMKS DLNLOl1
I'ub. Mu- 13. FrancU .v 1'raston. Agenl
Coaat Hange d Und DUtrict
Take  notica  that  I,  John   Hepburn   of   Kit-
sumkalum,   occupalion farmer,   intend  to apply
'    parmiMion to purchaso the (ollowng <L<scribud
lands:
do&crlbod binds
Commoncing at a post pUnted ut tho tiorik
woat comur ul Lot 17^, lUngo 5, Coaat DlittiJ!
thanM ua.it 40 chains, thonce north Bfi ciia.��
ihonco woat 31 chain* thuncu nurth Uu ehii
thunco woat 10 chaina, thuncu aouth 45 cliain 1
puint ot commencement, containing Dfl ,,��,
moro or li-aa. ,cru*
Dated AprIM, 1911. CLARA MAV UTTI v
Pub. April U. uliLt
Skuena Und Diatrict���DUtrict of Coaal [Unoa 5
Tuke notico thai Mary Baaton GUdanleava 1
Victoria, B. C, occupation houaalnopar, Intondi
to apply tor purmiaaion to purchaau uu (qIIqwIbb
duacribed landa; '*
Commu'icing at a poat planted at thu wuth wut
corner ot Lot UUti, Kangu a, Coaat Dihinci,iii��iC��
HU chaina aouth thunce 40 chaina   eaat, Uu'itcu su
chaina north, thonco 40 chaina wiwi tu iiUlHl u(
oiniiioncoment, containing 320 ucrua mun- 01 i,*j
MAHV BEATON QlLDBRaiiKVR
Dalod April 17, 1911. tMt
Tub. May ti.
Skoona Und DUtrict���Disirict ot Cout
Tako notico lhat Fred  W.  Uolilor ul Kjid-jm.
kalum, ucuupatiou tarmur, iniunda tu .-,*.,.- for
[termiaaion  to   purcliasu  liiu  following  UMibed
lunda:
Commoncing at u poit plantod at Um north*
oaat comm ol .1. MuLiwd'a pra-OAption, ttwnc*
20 chaina aouth, tboncu 10 chaina uaat, ihunou iu
chaina north, ihonco 10 chaina wtut iu poat ���[
coiumoncoiuont containing 20 acros moru ur l��i
Datod April 10, Wil. FlUliUlUCH W. lluiiuii
I'ub. AprU 22. Frod Hampton, Agaat
Skoona Und DUtrict-DUtrict ot Coast Rann a
Tuko notico that 1, Frank Hicka ut 1'urt ti*.
slngton, occupation merchant, intund tu u^iy
lor pormusion . o purchaau ihu lollowing diuaibtM
landi:
Commencing at a poat planted on ihu aojih
bank of tbo ttxcbuinuika River und about {_,__,
mili-s from ita contluunce wiib tho .-m .-:. t River
thunco bo chains wool, ihence bO chuina n-.nb
thunce bO chuina oaat, thunco suuth au ciuiui
to point uf commencument, containing ui i acroa
moro or leas.
Dated April 21, 1911. FRANK HICKS
Fub. April 2U.
Skoona Und DUtrict-District of Cout
Tako notico that W illiam MeTavuh ot \ ancou*
ver, H. C. occupalion physician, intends to apply
tor permiaaiun to purchaae thu lolluwing   aU.-autd
landa:
Commencing at a poat plantod at thu nuuthwu
corner, 40 ebaina north and 4u chaina eut ol tbi
northeaat corner ot Lot 11 i'i, I lur.. , 1 6urHy,
Coaat DUtrict, Rango &, Ihuncu Hi) chains out
thenco tiO chaina norlh, tboncu tiu chains *e,t,
thunce ������** cbaiiui aouth to poat ut *.���<.-.���.,;..< -..,-��� ���������������
containing 300 acreo moro or luaa.
Dated Muy B, lull. WILLIAM A. UoTAVlSH
Fub. May 0. Frod W. HuhUr, .*.;., .1
Skuena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ot Coast Rami
Toko notice thai Luttio McTavUh of Vancouver,
U. C-, occupation married woman, intends to
apply tor purmiaaion to purchuo the (uUuwtnf
doacrilxvl landa:
Cniuiuunciiig al a poal planted at thu nonh*
.<.������* corner 100 chaina easl and 20 chains nortb
Irum thu norihoaal corner ot Lot 1110, ilarvey'a
Survey, Coaat Diatrict,Rango u.lhunco 80 chaina
soutli, thunco 80 ciiaina uaat, Ihencu f>u cbains
north, thunco 40 chaina weal, thunce t>D cbaiu
aoutu, thencu 40 cnaina weal 10 posl ut eonUM*
cument, containing 400 acres more ur losa.
Duted May 2, 1911. LOTTIE MtiTAVUH
I'ub. May 0. Fred W. Uohltr. A[ent
Skeona Und DUtrict-District ot Cout Range .
1 .���*.*��� -.,*���'. 1 ��������� t.iai Grace McTaviah,ol VandOUWi
U. C, occupation marri-id wuinun, inu>nds to apply
(or permiaaiun to purchaae thu (uUowuig .-..-:
lands:
Communcing al a poat planted at thu southwai.
corner 100 chalna eaat and 20 chains nurtii .1
the nortneaai curner ot Lol 1110, Ilarvey'a survey,
Coaat Duma, Rango _,. thence 40 ctisios tut,
thenco 80 cnuins north, thence 40 ehalm *eit.
theneo 80 clmina south to posl o( cominenceiUKl
cunuimng 320 acroa moro or loaa.
Datod May 2, 1911. ClUCL McTAVlSH
I'ub. May 0. Fred W. UuhLer. A|tat
Skeona Und DUtrict-DUtrict ot Cas��itr
Toko   notico   lhat   1,   Charles   M.   hnu*u�� 0
Princo Ru|>ert, H. C-, occupation farmer, inu-nJ
tu apply (ur lH'rmiasion to purchasu the :���...���*;:;
doacribed lando:
Cummencing at a posl planted about (i) thnt
milus aoutb and (2)two mihs wesl ut tbtutiad
W l.ii *��� river and Flat river, thenco suuth t,i) ������:.������-*.
tbeuco  weal  bi) chaina, tbence north bit chat*
Lnenee eut m�� chains.
Dated April20, 1911.      CHAKLKS M. .-.���������.
I'ub. May 13. Francia S. l'ruatun, Apot
Skeena Und DUlrict ��� DUtrict o* Coul Ita&gt I
Take not ce that Murdock McRae ut \ anrouva
U. C.t occupation roal eatate broker, imctiili u
apply (or pormUaion i: purchase me tulloaitt
diMCribcd landa:
Communcing at a ocst planted en the Mi.t
bank ul Lacbunudka river about Ove miln Iroa
its cunduenco with ihu Skeena river, thvnev 40
chaina weat, thuncu 20 chaina nurih, theno* 40
choina woat, thunco 40 chain* lorih, ttivnct 40
ebaina east, Ihenca 20 chaina aoulh, tiicnet 40
chaina eoal, thenco 40 chaina aouth to point ��
commencement, containing 'Sii) acrm mun or .���*
Daied April 21, lull. MURDOCK MeKAE
i'ub. May 13.
Skeenn Und DUtrict���DUtrict of Cassiar
Take  notice that  1, Isaac O'liriuti   .   ��� - #
I'rince Rupert, U. C. occupaliun carpenter, mm
tu apply for pormUaion tu purchase ihu toliovul
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about (iv ap*
aouth and ona milo west of tho furks of ������>���>���*
aud Flat rivers, thunco north bO chains, tbta*
woat HO chaina, thonco south bO chuin*, : *��� y  !
east 80 chains. ....  '
Dated April lb. 1911. ISAAC O'UHIKN F0RB&
I'ub. May 13. FrancU S. Preaton. Aj*��
Skeena Und District���Disirict ul Coa*
Take notico thai Clenn McArthur u( \ancwii��,
B.  0., occupation  roal   estate agent      '' ���' ;.
apply (ur permUaiun to purchase the (ollotug
de��cril>cd lands: .
Cummencng at a post planted 40 cliains *���*>
""   of the lOathwoft curnir*
and 80 cbains south
G. S. JOHNSTONK. N.G.
H. MORTON. BMMtuy,
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Rooms 50c
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(or t>ormi��ion to purchaM the followng describe')
* ndi:
Commencing at a poet planted at the northuaf I
corner of Lol 008J, thence east 2i) chalna, thenca
aoulh  40 chaina, tbence weal 20  chana, thence
north 40 chaina to place ol commencement-
Ualcd March 18, IUll. JUHN  MKPIU'UN
Pub April 16.
Skeena Und DbUict���District of Coaat Ilange &
Take notico that Henry Macartney of Prince
Kui'i ii, It. O . occupation miner, inUnda to apply
for !������ t u.ik i ml to purchane the following dewrilied
lamia;
mmeiicing at a post planted on the oouth
aide of Eschumsiks Hiver, aliout 2 1-2 milaa from
its confluence with the Skeena Hiver and about
1*2 milea weat (rum Eachumsika rapids, thenco *o
chains north, thence 40 chains east, thenoe ii)
chains south, thenca 40 chaina west to point o.
commencemant, containing 320 acraa more or
leaa. p.. marked U.M. S.W. cor."
Dated A| ril 22, 1011. HENHY MACAIITNEY
Pn k ADril 29.
Skeena Und Dlitrict���District ot Coanlar
Take notice lhat 1,  Mary  Carin  of  Stewart,
It. C., occupation married woman, intend to apply
far iwrmiaaion to purchaae the following drecril*<|
land:
Commencing at a post planted two U) miln
south and (2) two mllea weot of the forks of
\\ imp and  Mat  rivers, thence 80 chalna north
thence SO chains west, thence 80 cliains south'
thence KO chains east.
Dated April 20, 1911. MAKY CARIN
Pub. Mav 13. Franclh S. \h*__\_m__ Agent
Skeena Land Dintrict��� District of Coant
Take   notica that  I,   William   Melville Corley
of   Toronto,   Ontario,   occupation   clerk    IntMd
to apply for permission to purchase the loUowtbi
iii- i riin-'l lands: K
Commencing al a post planted at the nnrthwo*L
cirner ot Lot HO.jfi Hang 5, Coast Dintrict tlience
��� ���>���! t;o chains, thence north 40 chain*, thetwu went
M chalna to Hell's (late slough, thence along
slnugh (H.utlierly to point of commencement containing I0U acres more or leas. '
Dated April 6. 1911.
��Mb.Apr.,MWllxlAM WvmaooatsY
BkMn. Und LH.trla-Ui.trict.1 Quoen Lh.rlolw
Take notice tlmt J.'*r."\lur|,hv,ol VuMntn
P. (.., MnptUM commercial tr.��o||���,""2���ul'.
nj^^r-Zii-j^Ar^,;'^--
o  sunly Creek, Naalen ll��rl,���r,   l���! �� ,,��� "hi
chains, thenco wat 40 chains, 'tSttKN  ��, ,th   U
chains, thence east .10 c ina
I)nie.1 March 17, Hit j   11   Ifnnmtw
Pob. April 22. Knigi^gS
Lol No. 1733 marked (ilenn McArthur. ����*
��Mt corner, thenc. wuth *t> chsii.s, ti.er.c��ii��
tll chain., thenco north 40 chaina1, tn-ence w*
��0 chain, to |wst of comiiielicnaei'l, mmmm*
320 acm moro or Ica.. ...tui-s
llalo.1 March 20, ISU. GI.KNN UtABWW
I'ub. April 16. T. D. UH mm
.Skeenn Und Dlstrict-Dnlrlcl ���f ('  .-I IU*'
Const District . .
Take notiiv thnt Wm. _**_*at *"******'*��
.; a: 1..11 tiovernmetit Cuaral. \*U tat It *vr*
fair p�� mission to purchase the followin* I**""
oil hinds: ^.
CiimiencinK ut a post planted  �� 'I'*"" ,Z
and l'-M chains south of thesaniili*' -' ��_*��*,___Z
No 17.U, riinK. 5 coMldislri.'t.miirk"al v"'x*r.
N.W. , r. thence south In cbini II   ll11'"''',^
11 chains, thence north 4il ehuins. I****** *"*g
ehalns to post of commeiicement. t_*m**m
acrei more or loss.
WM. LESLIE
T, U. I.nlrila A��fnl
Unti-,1 March 20th. lilll
I'ub. April 29th. 1911
Skeena Und Alialrict��� District ol tlu��n 0h��rlo����
Islands        . .. .   . ,,I1M-
Take notice that Ooo. II. LMU * I """���,"��
U. C, occupation  barber, IntaWU _* *E,brf
isarmwsion   to  purchaue  the fol|ai#'i|t nr,w
lanals: .    , .&
Commencing  at  . post  plain;'I  "",{, mwu
milias wmt and one milo south Ma *-'',_*)
ol Slanly   Creek, Nalen Uarh.ir. __*___*Sm II
chains, thenco WMt 40 chain., tlie ice n"��
chains, th.nce oast 40 chains. ..- .  n I M'X
Daied March 17, 1911. ���    '',    ���^ AI"1
I'ub. Aoril 22. Nu'"�� "*""���
Skeena Land District-DWlM "<*���_,������ tl
Take notico that 1, Urenlon J""10"" _kt
Prinee Uupert, U. C, occupaliun c"llri;" .Witl
lo apply (or permission to purclnu-" *m
descrihed land.: , ..  ���. 131 ill*
Commencini at a posl plnnle.1 **'**"" X* {ej��
mllea south and (2) two miles ttm '*'... n/t
of White and Klat rivers, thence ^ 5'''��� ���rtl
ih.
STso en*m ���
tlience 80 chaim  west,  ..
thence 80 chains east. ,������,,.,�� MOOW
Daleal April 20, 1911.      Francis S. I ����������
Pub. May 18.
Skeena Land Distrlrt-Dist' <��� "'   SU
Take notico thai I, James W��M" Zgft
Stewart, U.U., occupation    niirl"",T.: ���&****
apply for iwrmiaalon to   piirclia1*  ���"'
described laml,: ,    . ,h. M>
Commencina al a post **_**** '"'����� iH"
hank of the Naa. river aboul """ V mM*
the forks of the Naas river, IBM* _*2*m iblW
Ihence west 80 chains, thenee
nurlli
'r11���    "'1BI-    OO    aMHMUaaai    ...-������-       . ������00
Ihcnco cast 80 chains to poif t "' co'"
villi"'
,__m*
contalnim t*_ acres more or les-,       .��� pflfl
JAMES WSBITpAMLlf
Dalod March 21, 1911. Frank Sidney
Puh. Muy 17.
""inf."I"1"
i->��ir..-<*
ISkiaenaLandDlslrlel    l"Jr
Take notice that I, Sydney II';
II. 0., occupation cook, pjgm '
miaaion to purchase tbe lolOlrtJJ Sol ��"lt5
Commencini at a posl plan ����� ,"(���rk,ol*S
south and one rille ��' "��� ,_,{���*, 1*%
and Flat rivers, thonce suuth _" ��" in!, _*��
weat NO chaini, thenco north ��" ���
east 80 chalna. . ���.,..v _*t_*\^-��S_\
Datod April 18, 1011.   S^ ��<_Wmn**m'*w
Pub. May 18.
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WE - HAVE - FOR - SALE
(CROWN GRANTED)
Section 9
Township 1
Range
4 NECHACO VALLEY
PRICE:-$15.00 PER ACRE, EASY   TERMS
This is nn excellent section and was one of the first to be
staked in the Valley.
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers and Financial Agents, Prince Rupert
LAND PURCHASE NOTICES
Bkama baud District���Diatrict of Coast Range ���
lske nonce mm Alexander Mcintosh ol Van
couver, 11 Cm occupation real estate broker
intemls to apply lor permiaaion lo purchase lb.
lulleultiu tleecnovd lands:
OoaJMOdni at a post plantod 40 chalna aoutb
Irum uu' siauuiwusl curner ol Lot VU5, thenco 80
cuiiaj .outh, tlience 40 chuin. weat, thence 80
cuiiai nortli. tnence 40 chain, east to point of
av::.:i.a-!,,viiaen' containing 320 acras more or losa.
lntsd.tr"! l<i '���"*���
ALEXANDER McINTOSH
I'ub. May li
Skeena Und Districl���DUlrict of Caaaiar
'lske iiaaiiaa   mat 1, Percy Kraucia liodenralh
o.' ttttrnt, 11. C, occupation journalist  intend to
.-.<!>..���  ler permission  lo  purchase the followini
i_*t_mt ianda:
___**____ al a poat plantod on tbe ri|hl
Una. ul tnu Naas nver about -seven milea above
it..- brin >al the Naaa nver, thenco south 80 cbalna,
lnci.ce si-it bO chains, thenoe norm 80 chains,
li_i.ee east UU chains lo poinl of commencement,
IffiHHlnlni i 11 acres mora or leea.
1'KKCY FRANCIS UODENRATH
Intel Marc St, mil. Frank Sidney Wriibt, A|t
I'uli. .May 17.
ttm Und Diatrict���Diatrict of Caaaiar
'Use iiulicu that 1, Alfred Kylo of Prince Hu
pert, U.   ..,  occupation   electrician,   intend   I
au[>lj  lur permission  lo purchaao lhe (ollowin
itoaibed lauds:
a oiiiiiiencinic al a post planted about (8) throe
milw suulh ol the forks of Ibe While and Flat
men, llieiicu bO chain, aouth, thencu 80 chaina
e-ut, tlience bO chaina north, tbene. 80 chain,
ssst.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
listed April 18, 1911.
I'ub. .May 18.
ALFRED KYTE
Francis ti. Praaton, Aient
Skeena Land Districl���DUtrict ol Cassiar
lake notice that 1, James Millar Johnston of
Ste.srt, ll. -.., -uccupation storekeeper, intend lo
apply   lor  permission   lo   purchase   the   following
iliaentied lands:
t. uiiitnunciiig at a post planted about one milo
laonii Irum tne Naas river and about ninu milos
thnt tne lurks of tno .Naaa nver, Ihonce north 80
clasu... ihence weal 80 chaina, thonce south 80
cbaiuj*, thence east 00 cnains to poinl ol commencement, containing 040 acres moro or loss.
J \--ll-s MILLAR JOHNSTON
HsieJ March 'ii, loll. Frunk Sidney Wiight, A|t
lub. May 17.
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Caaaiar
Take notice '.hat 1,   Untie   Edwin  liad|er   of
MC-nit,  b. C, occupaUon plumber,  intend  to
spply lur permisaion lo  purchaae the following
iWnlasi lands:
I uiumenciiig at a post planted about one mile
r.aar.l, ul Hie Naas river and about seven mllee
some the forka of the Naaa Kiver upstream,
thencu north 80 chains, tlience eaat 60 chalna,
tlaencs south 80 chains, thonce west 80 chains lo
point ul -commencement, containing 040 acrea
n.ure ur lose,
BERTIE EDWIN BADGER
listed March 23. 1011. Frank Sidney Wright, A[t
i'ub. May 17.
skeana Und DUtrict -DUtrict of Cout Ranie 6
lake notice that I, Lionel Kingaloy of Vancou.
***. ll C,  occupation   minor,   inlend   to  apply
"r permission to purchaw, tho following doscribod
laml...
I-anninencini at a poat planled near the aouth-
��i��t eaarnor ul Ut U'Ji, Rango 6, Coasl DUtrict
tl.ciuv ��,��t 4o chains, thence aouth OO chaina,
tnence ea��t lo chaina, thonce north 00 chalna lo
point ul commencement.
;at��i March 24, lull. LIONEL KINGSLEY
Pub. April 12.
Skwos Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Coaat Range 6
lake notlc. that Kldon S. Detwller of Berlin,
i.   occupation doctor, inund. to apply  for
f*":IU1""  '"  purchaae  the  following a],��cribod
Cummencing at a poat planted al the loutta-
����t cm,., 0| i^, la28, thence tut 80 ohaina
are aar losa, thenco south 46 ehaina more or less,
WM ai.i 80 chain, more or less, thenn north
su c.isin, mure or les. lo point ol commencement
���obtaining uu acre, more or leaa.
lff��5ff-ft.,,��1*U    -KLDON S. DETW1LER
' ub. April 16' john Campbell. Ag.nl
Skeenu Und DUtrict���DUlrict of Coait Range 6
p.f.i *____** that Mn- **��� c* Putnam  of St
���sui    Minnoauta,   occupation   married   woman
launals to apply for permUalon lo purchaao the
UWWIbl ile.crib��i Innilb:
ea,-��<"''"r"."Cl"J' "**   P0,t P****** ** the 10UtbW0��t
JB �� Let No. 1733 marked Mra. L. C. Putnam'.
JH **""'���". thonce weat 40 chains, thunce
r.��� S t.haln" th,nM "*���* *0 ���"���'"a, thane.
Um, . lajo1���"" to *"**��� ��* rommencement, con
sini. 8 liO acre, moro or leaa.
Pub  ���    M,c,l,rM mi*     MHS' **��� c- PUTNAM
ub. April 16. Oeo. IL Putnam Agen
7.i��� '."' "^''"-DUtrict ot Coast Range 6
llu,e.r n**? lh" '��� John lv*<* Poteraol Prinee
lor -tmi.1, ' ucl:upaton clerk. Inlend to apply
UadlT       ��" '�� *""****��> ***��� following di��cr,bed
���*��__?____*.__ * "0,t Planted about three an
Iron . iSffif \"*u"t n a aouth westerly d reel on
Un imi "? "loLu"h ,rom Observatory Inlet whore
��� at !L    n10"01""  "">   Indl"">   Resorve,   thenco
**mff^_���*,__^__*  nnrth   80  ehalns,   thence
���oinin.nn.    M' *���'*'*" "��uth 80 ch��'ns to point o
,,,' '!��''-it, cont.|nl���, 640 .������ mor/or |oM
���'ul'!: M.y la. '      l'       ^0UN 1VAN PETElts
SkT.Xi'h,!!i UI,'1,tri��rUI"trlct 0| c��"' ���'���nge 6
'W ll SS? I ''."a1  '���   *'*><*'***  A.  V.ugh.n   ol
i '      ,  ' "' S occupation merchant, Intend
oe.crii.eal lanlta'"1 t0 *>���"'**"> lh�� following
baokmo?R?.y "'," H* P^ntod on the south
'"Will _______2*L&__t ***** ,bout '��ur mllea
�� chainf . T "llh th" SkMna River, Ihence
���hliiei ami .'��� ""'' -" *������">***��� north, thonco 80
���"ii.ii.ei. e ,',., """��,���� chaliu south to point of
11 .1 HTl^ ,-,c"",t"i? BP "40 HP! "**>""" '"�����
PSSApSrW CHARLES A. VAUGHAN
Tsko^ ���,, }���**"*,: �����"trict-Dtalricl of Caaaiar
"���"* *   uC,?��� h" 5 S"*a H,llm ��' Ste��art,
'���" Hfm_*__*_ "  "'""nter,   Intend   to   apply
Un,r��:        ��" l" Purchaw the following deocribed
Co
soutl
snd .
���Inln
Skeena Und DUtrict���DUtrict of Caaaiar
Take notioe that I, John Hubert Paoay of Prince
Rupert, ll. 0. occupalion eoaak. Inlend lo apply
for permaalon to purchaae the following described
lands:
iCommoncing at a post planteal 121 two inilie
south and 2) two mile, wost of the dirks nf tbe
White and Flat rivera, tbence aouth bvT cbalna,
Ihence eaat 80 chains, thence nortb 80 chaina,
thence woat 80 cha na.
Dated Apr I 20, 1011 JUHN ROBERT PACEV
Pub. May 13. Franc a S. Preaton. Agan
Skeena.Land DUlrict��� DUtrict of Coast Range b
Take not ce thai 1, Martha Uek, of F rlnco
Rupert, B. C, occup.l on marr -d woman lulen i
to apply (or permiaaion lo purchaae the following
deacribed land.:
l'iinii.ieiia>ig at a pool pUnted about three and
one-halt miloa distant in a aoulbwoatvly direction
from a blind alou|h from UbMrvatory Inlet where
the same louche, lh. Ind an ReMirve, thenoe eaal
80 chaina, thenee aouth 80 cha na, tbence weal 8
chaina, thence north 80 cha na io point of commencement, conta n n| 640 acra more or len.
Dated Apr I 14, IUll. MARTHA LEEK
Pub. May 13.
Skeena Land District -Di.irict ot Caaaiar
Take   notioe  that   I,   John   Unwia  of   Prlnoe
Rupert B. C, occupalion laborer, intend to apply
for permisaion to purchase the (ollowing deacribed
landa:
Commencing at a post planted aboul (2) two
milea aoulh of tbo furka of lhe White and Flat
rivera, thence samth 80 ebaina, theoee eaat 80
chaina, tl.ence north 80 chains, thenee weat 80
chaina.
Dated AprU 18, 1911. JUHN LN WIN
Pub. May IS. FrancU S. Praaton. Agent
Skeana Land DUlrict���DUtrict of Caaaiar
Take notioe lhal 1, Alfred ilerryman WUliam.
ot Frinoe  Rupert,  li.  C, occupaUon merchant
intend to apply tor permiaaion lo purchaae the
followini deacribed land.:
Commencina at a post pUnted about (2) two
nulea aouth of tbe forka of tbe White and Hat
rivers, thence 80 cbalna aoutb, Ihence 80 cbalna
weat, thence 80 chains north, thunce 80 chain.
eaat.
ALFRED BERRYMAN WILLIAMS
Dated AprU 18, 1011. FrancU S. Preston, Agent
Pub. May 13.
Skeena Und DUtrict���DUtrict of Caasiar
Take nolioa thai 1, Charlae Frederiek Metcal
uf Stewart, tt. C, occupation freiibler, Intend to
apply  tor  permiaaion  to  purchaa.  the  followini
deacribed ianiU:
Commencini al a poat planted on the right
bank of the Naaa river aboul an milea above the
forka ot the Naa. river, thenoa aoutb 80 chaina,
thenoe west 80 chains, Ihence north 80 cbalna,
tbence oast 80 chaina to point ot commencement,
cu illuming 640 acre, more or leaa.
Dated March 26, 1911. CHARLES F. METCALF
Pub. May 17.     Frank Sidney Wright, Agent
Skeena Und District -District ot Coaat
Take nolice that  I,   William John Corlay  ot
i'rince Rupert. 11. C, occupation rancher, Intend
lo apply (or permiaaion to purchase the [.allowing
deacribod Unda:
Commencini at a poet planted at tbe southwest
corner ot Lot 3068, Range 6, Coast Dislrici, thance
south 20 ch.ins, thenoe eaal 40 chain", thence
norlh 20 cbains, tbence weat 40 chain, to point
of commencement, containing 80 acrea, more or
Dated April 8, 1911. WILLIAM JOHN CORLEY
Pub. April 29.
Skeena Land DUlrict ���DUlrict ol Queen CharlotU
lalands
Taka notice lhal Ueorgu W. Arnoll of Prince
Rupert, B. C, occupation real estate broker,
intonda to apply for permission to purchaao the
tollowlni deacribed lands:
Commencini al a post planted about seven
milea and one-half mile astt and one mil., soulh
from the moulh of Sunly Creek, Naden Harbor,
thenoe weat 80 chains, thenoe soutb 80 ehaina,
ihence east 30 chaine, Ihence north 80 ehains.
Dated March 17, lull. GEO. W. AUNOTT
Pub. April mi. Numa Demera. Agenl
Skeona Und District���DUtrict of Caaaiar
Take notiee thai I, Alloa M. Knouae ot Prince
Rupert, B. C, occupation married woman, inund
to appiy (or permiaaion to purchaw lhe lollowini
deKribed land.:
Commencini at a poat planled about two milw
aouth and two miles weat ol tbe lorka of WhIU
and Flat riven, thrace north 80 chaina, tbence
eaat 80 cbalna, tbence aouth 80 chaina,  there.
D��ted,April 20,' 1911. ALICE M. KNOUS E
Pub. May 13. FrancU S. Praaton. Aient
Stikine Und DUtrict���Dstrict of Caaaiar
Take notice that Sydney Hodgklnaon A Jaala-
graph Creek, B. C, occupation clerk, InUnda to
apply  for  permiaaion to  purchase the loUowlng
deocribed Und: ....
Commencini at a post planted about a quarter
mile north eaat Irom Ulacier llillle and on the eaat
bank ot Stikine River, tbence east 20 ehaina
thence north 40 ehaina, tbence weat 20 chaina.
thenco .outh 40 chtlns to polnl ol eomm.ncem.nt
and containing 80 acrea more or lesa.
Dated Fab. 11.1911. ^^ ���0D0K1NSON
Pub. AprU C.A. Tervo. Agent
LAND  LEASE NOTICE
lUtliaX_9l\_ ,1 l'0"t P|,nU!d "''"nt (6) mllea
"I Hat     nl' .*__* *"** ��*lh8 ��_a ol tho WhIU
���Inins LH lho"M ��0 chalna MUth, thence 80
gjjiu Ci'      '"* B0 ch,|n> north, thence 80
I'utV.riV8' mi'      . SWAN IIALLEN
FrancU S. Preaton, Aient
Skeena Und DUtriot-DUtrlct ol Cout
Take notice that William Munlord i-  Prlnca
Rupert,   B.   C,   occupation   prospector,   intenda
to  apply  lor  permlalon  to  leaae the  Iolowin|
""cSmmendn^at a poat planted about 100 chain,
aouth of the Indian Ileaerve on tho eaat aide 0!
Gooao Bay and on the oaat aide ot the, penlnaula
thence aouth 80 ehaina aloni shore, thence weet
40 chalna to Goose Bay, thenco north aloni ahore
80 chalna, thence weat 40 ehalns more or leaa lo
Eoat, contalnlm 820 acres more or I"*-    ,���,,,,.������
latod March 8, 1PV1.      WILLIAM MUNFORD
Pub. AprU 16.
Skeana Und DUtrict-DUtrict o�� Coaat
Taka notice that Hume Bablmton *."****
Rupert, B. C, occup.tion meaUr mariner. Intenda
to  apply  for  permisaion  to  lease the  lollowini
doscribod lands: ,   .    , ,.. .K>in.
Commencini at a poat planled about 100 chain,
aouth of the Indian lleaenro on the eart side M
Goow Hay on tho osst side of tho WtUW*
north 100 chalna aloni shore to the RMWre line,
thence weat 60 ehaina more or leas to Go��oe IUJ.
thence 100 chains alnng shore, thence ""160
chalna more or lea. to poat, contalnlm 640 acraa
dV*Ia��M ~h 8, Wil. HUME BAB1NOTOI-
Pub. AprU 16.
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This is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects ol special interest to women. Any and all of the ladlea 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 Comer" will fill a social need.
SMART,   COOL   LINEN   AND
LACE SUIT
demand fur blouses are ulso to
be found on tin? fashionable hosiery,
For day wear, however, thc Btock-
ings always in best taste which
match the color of the gown.
The new linen suits arc unusually attractive with I heir .smart,
short coats and narrow skirls.
Thc linen mode! illustrated today
shows linen lace introduced in a
most attractive way on both coat
and skirt. The straps of linen on
the coat connect tlie two sections
and take away the effect of patching that would result if the underarm section was just a plain inset
of lace. The kirt is in one piece
and in habit-back style. The
double effect on collar and cuffs i>
new and smart. The pale coral
color of the linen forms a pleasing
contrast to the linen-colored lace.
The hat is a French model and
developed in ecru straw, faced and
trimmed with coral colored velvet.
FETCHING   FOOT   GEAR
Latest Fashions and Fancies
for Dainty Feet at Picnic or
Dance.
Little  belongings  nf dress arc
many, and if il  is possible more
HARDWORKING HOME MAK-
ERS
Census List of Questions Class
Them as "Unoccupied"
It is time that the census forms
which classify wives and mothers
as unoccupied women, were changed. Of all the people enumerated,
there are very few whose work is
more important, or who spend
longer hours tit their toil than
these housewives.-' Especially, perhaps, is this true in Canada. In
other countries thc wife of the
ordinary mechanic or farmer can
obtain assistance. Canadian women as a rule, do their own work.
Who, in fact, works harder, for
longer hours, at .1 greater variety
of trades, or to more important
and valuable purpose, than does
the wife and mother in every
family where the income is of
modest dimensions? Cook, housemaid, dressmaker, children's nurse,
sick nurse, upliolstress, washerwoman, gardener, t.iiloress, and
carpenter by turns is the workmans
or middle class man's wife.
Working-men who arc fair minded admit that the wife often has
a harder and longer day of toil
than the husband; yet all such
wives, and also all other "female
relative" working in the home,
were entered in the census as
"unoccupied!"
Piquante Minced Beef
Mince    the    remains   of   cold
roast Ix'cf.   Boil together for twenty minutes half a pint of vinegar,
AFTERNOON TEA
Will be all you   can
.li-a-ir.  if you use	
RIDGWAY'S TEA
WE AAVG  it; also
RIDGWAY'S COFFEE
so I'ssi'iitiiil to a good breakfast
Groceriee
Fruita
Vegetable!
Ideal Provision House
Third Ave., near Sixth St.   Phone 190
Stalker & Wells
Robin Hood
The Great Flour
of
Greater Canada
Your Dealer Has ll
To Lease
Lots
Block
Section
22, 23, 24, 25
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18
1
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31
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35
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7,8
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G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
Second Ave., Prince Rupert, B.C.
The Digby Rooms M
Located on Sixth Ave., near Fulton     ftt
Throe to five minutes from centre of business district. Nineteen newly furnished rooms.
Hot firnl cold water, bath and
telephone. Newly furnished.
Under new manatcement.
INSPKCTION
INVITED
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���General Hardware���
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Valvi's & Pipes      Oxford Stoves *
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OPTICAL GOODS
We have a complete line of
Lenses, Field Glasses. Mineral Glasses, Compasses
and   Aneroid Barometers.
R. W. Cameron & Co.
Official Watch Inspectors
for the G.T.P.
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue.
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attention than ever is paid u>
footgear thia season. Satin slippers
and dull surah silk shoes and
slippers are very smart. The low
shoe is thc model par excellence
for summer use, for nothing else
gives such an opportunity for the
display of dainty hosiery.
It seems an extravagance to
put Irish crochet on stockings, yet
this is what one finds on some of
thc new evening hosiery. Fine
spun silk in tones to match the
gown forms the stockings, which
have the insteps inset with medallions of Irish crochet or elaborately embroidered by hand.
The beaded effects so much in
two small onions, a bay leaf and
bunch of herbs; add half a pint
of brown stock, thicken with an
ounce of butter worked into an
ounce of Hour, boil and strain, add
the meat, letting it heat without
boiling. Season with silt and
garnish wilh toasted sippets.
Banana Cream
Peel six bananas and pound to
a pulp with six ounces of castor
sugar. Whisk .1 tcactipftil of cream
to a froth, add juice of a lemon
and fruit pulp, soak half an ounce
of gelatine in a cupful of cold
water, add half a pint of boiling
water, strain and set aside until
nearly   cold,   then   whisk   slowly
into fillip and pour into mold.
Fish in Custard
Take two small haddocks, filleted. Sprinkle each fillet with pep-
|kt and salt, roll up and pack
into a pie-dish. Heat one egg,
add a gill of milk, pmir over lhe
fish, and let it bake three-quarters
of an hour in a moderate oven.
German Biscuits
Rub four ounces of butler into
eight ounces of Hour, add four
ounces of fine sugar and half a
teaspoonful of ground cinnamon,
make into a paste with one well-
beaten egg. Roll out, nol loo
thin, Cut With round cutter, and
bake in a moderate oven.    When
cool spread with jam and stick
two together.
A   NEW   PUBLICATION
Prince Rupert Realty Bulletin
Makes   Its   Appearance
Oji Saturday the Prince Rii|>crt
Realty Bulletin made ils debut.
It will be published monthly, by
its editor, Mr. Jos. K. Swift, and
in accordance with its announcement will devote itself lo thc real
estate interests of Prince Rupert
and vicinity. The initial number
is a very reasonable one, and has
many pictorial and magazine features. The Bulletin is welcomed
into the family of Prince Rupert
publications.
Dining their stay at home, the
Brooklyn Dodgers played five error
less games in succession.
+ * +
Manager Chance picked up a
nulling good player in Doyle,
who is playing the third station
for the Cubs.
+ + *
Freddie Welsh and Matty Baldwin will   meet   in   California   tin-
latter part of this month.
��� + *
Pitcher Koeatner, with Cleveland
last  season,   is doing  great   work
for   the   Portland   team   of   the
Pacific coast league.
+ * +
Billy Gilbert and Jack Warner,
who used to star with the Mc-
('���raw (Hants, are playing with
the Erie (). and P. team. Gilbert
is manager of the Erie tossers.
+ + +
Fred Thompson, secretary of
the Toronto Lacrosse club says
that an effort will be made to bring
back Fitzgerald and Carter, who
went west to play with Vancouver
this year, also Lavelle from High
River, Alberta; and possible West
as well. The four mentioned have
been wired for terms.
+ + +
In a 20 mile race in Ncw York
tlie other day, I. Kohlimienan of
Finland, finished ahead of Gusta
I.jujigstrom of Sweden, in 1:57:35.
Jim Crowley of the Irish-American
A. C, was third, and Trent of
Colombua, Ohio, fourth. Henri
St. Yves and Tom Longboat, the
Canadian Indian, thc only other
starters, withdrew at the seventh
and twelfth miles, respectively.
+ + +
Before leaving for England Jack
Johnson received ,1 cablegram from
Hugh Mcintosh offering a big
guarantee for a 20-round bout
With Bombadier Wells, the English
champion. Johnson says hc will
agree to terms if there is enough
money in sight. Mcintosh thinks
that Bombardier Wells can beat
Johnson if he manages to stay
away from the negro for five
rounds.
+ + +
The well-known race horse, Little Joe, at one time holder of
tlie Canadian 1-2 mile record,
1.04 1-4 to road wagon, dropped
dead at the exhibition track. He
Was, 18 years old. Little Joe had
just finished first in the Farnmcrs'
trot, winning two heats of the
unfinished race held here Victoria
Day. He stepped his last half
mile in 1.28. He was owned by
Ed. Wcstgatc.
******
Now that the Chicago White
Sox have left their home city for
a few weeks' time a change has
been made in the make-tip of the
team. Rollii Zeider, thc former
Winnipeg star, is again playing
at second base in Touiieliill's place,
/eider is described as one of the
best base runners in thc game
todaym, and should be in the
game for his offensive playing if
for no other reason.
*****
Roy Luck, the live bird champion
shot  of the world,  is anxious to
meet   anyone at   the  traps  with
clay pigeons, although he is better
at the winged ones.   It is recorded
than in a ten-bird live competition
he obtained  eight and  won  out.
Better  shooting  than   that   made
by   Roy   Luck   is   seldom   seen.
Nearly   93   per  cent  out  of   200
birds, in a gale of wind and snow
storm,   Bfld   9(i   per  cent   out   of
his last 100, from 21 and 22 ycrdsa,
has never been equalled in    Canada, and  places him in  the  first
rank  in  the trap shooting world.
Among  shooters he  is known  as
Billie Bounce, his Canadian-Indian   r ,, i���,x   1
name.
+ + ���
Rod Mackenzie sustained a severe loss last week when Darley, a
six-year-old green pacer, died in
Indianapolis of pneumonia. The
price paid for this horse was a
fancy one, although Ilavis James,
who made the purchase, did not
give out the figures, The horse
was bought in California only B
few  weeks ago  when   the  sUln8|cru:t
Double Weekly Service
S.S. PRINCE GEORGE
For Stewart, Sundaya, 8.00 a.m.
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Mondays, at 8 a.m.
������. Prince Albert sails for Port   Simpson, Naua River Points, Masset,
NadiMi Harbor,   every   Wednesday, 1 00 p.m.
and f-*r:
Refuge Bay,  Skidegate,  Queen
Charlotte City,   Lockeport,   Pa-
coli, Jedway,   Ikeda Bay,   Rose
Harbor  and  return  via  Queen
Charlotte City every   Saturday,
1.00 p.m.
The  Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains over iU
double  track route  between  Chicago,
Toronto,   Montreal,   Quebec,   Halifax,
Portland, Roston, New York and Philadelphia.    Information  and tickets  obtainable from the office hereunder mentioned.   Trans-Atlantic bookings by all
lines arranged.
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND   PASSENGER   AGENT
Canadian Pacific Railway
B.C. Coait Service
Famous  Princess  Line
s.s. Princess Royal
-Balls for���
ViKNTtr, Vktorii  and   Suitk
Friday, June 16, at 9 a.m.
J. G. McNab ��� General Agent
Tickets   To   All   Points
-BY ALL LINES-
ROGERS' Steamship and
Railway Agency
Second Ave. Phone 116
S.S. INLANDER
��� ��� ���FOR������ ���
HAZELTON
SUNDAY, JUNE 11th
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester   -   Agent
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second aveiue and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
MUNRO  &   LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS -:- AUDIIORS
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 351
ALFRED CARSS,
Of llnlii.il C a'aa.-alali,
and M.iiill.ai , Rare.
C. V. BENNETT, B.A.
of ll.C Ontario, Bat-
id Al-
katrhewan   ana
!������! tn Ran.
CARSS A BENNETT!
Barristers, Notaries, Etc
Ofllcia   K.na-liHn,,!' block, coriwr Third avenua and
Sixth MriTt. I'ruirr Riitx'rt. t
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., U. D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operations skilfully treated. Gat and
lo-cal nnastttctiri administered fijr the painless attraction of teeth. " Consultation free. Ofllcas:
Hclirerson Block. Prince Rupert ll-U
Alu.M.Manson B.A.,     W I   Willium-.!! a.. 1..1..11
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert. B.C
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
FUriL OF WU. FOXON,  I su.. All A.M-.Tl.liN.. KNII
INSERT YOUR LAND PURCHASE
NOTICES IN THE
NEWS
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE    AQENCIt
COLLECTIONS  AND REPORTS
SIXTH  STREET
PRINCE RUPERT
wm shipped io Indianapolis,
TRY   THE  "NEWS"   WANT
AD. WAY OF FINDING
:   Produce    :
WHOLESALE
Feed
H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave. THE    DAILY    NEWS
Tlie Insurance People I J0HN,WiLr J C1TIZENS' M0NEY
��� Iii    111     UM   lur n rnMTiwirpn  pram   p,_r. i    1
BVKKY CLASS OF INSURANCE     GET OUR BATSB
The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
Phone 16*) Third Avenue and Fulton St
LADIES'
HAND BAGS
We have just received a
shipment of the newest
styles and latest designs
in ladies' Velvet and leather Hand Bags. We especially invite you to call
and let us show you our
new  goods	
C. B. WARK
Jeweller
IS IN DANGER
Hurled from Auto Car near
Dundalk and Picked up for
Dead.
John Dillon, Nationalist member
of parliament, was dangerously
injured almut the head and back
in an automobile accident near
Dundalk. It was at first thought
Mr. Dillon was dying, and a
priest administered the last sacraments. The injured man rallied,
however, and was removed to a
Dundalk hospital, where he is in
a serious condition. The automobile dashed into a culvert and
Mr. Dillon was thrown through
the glass screen.
Mr. Dillon suffered a severe
concussion of the spine, which
deprived him tempbrarily of his
power over liis limbs. He also
received a severe cut oh the
forehead, which required several
stitches.
CONTINUED  FROM   PAGE  1
of the
police
simply
the
town in which with a poor
force   the   license   holders
snapped   their   fingers  at
loarrl,  and  when  dissatisfied
Fort George
For information,  free
maps 1,'id literature
call and see me.
BACKS JOHNSON
AGAINST TWO
Sensational Mill Suggested by
Rickard $50,000 Purse Offered
Black Champion to Beat Two
"White Hopes."
JOHN DYBHAVN
Open Evenings
Pattullo Block
A Mirror
That'may be^safely
"packed" on a trip
is much in demand.
We have them in different sizes.   :   :
WATCH   THE   WINDOW
C  H ORME
The Pioneer Drug/hi
PHONE    :    ;    ;    82
G. L. (Tex.) Rickard, who is
now in Buenos Ayres, who was the
promoter of the Johnson-Jeffries
light in Reno, July 4th, will off.r
a purse of 150,000 for Jack Johnson to fight any two men in the
world, the same afternoon for the
world's championship.
Rickard declares his belief that
Johnson can defeat any two men
in ijie world, one after the other.
"All I ask," he writes, "is that
Johnson be given a rest of fifteen
minutes after disposing of the
first adversary. The fighters would
be taken on by Jack in the order
mutually agreed upon. I do not
care who they are. Jack Johnson
can beat both in one ring the
same afternoon and with only
fifteen minutes rest between the
bouts."
The leiter siys if the arrange
ment goes through the fight wi,
In' staged in Buenos Ayres.
PRINCESS ROYAL
PASSED NORTH
1   Popul
I " "
ar C. P. R. Steamer Had
Full List of Passengers Many
Prospectors.
HANDASYDE 4 HURT
Canadian   Rand   Company's    Pioducti,
Mining Machinery and Contractor'! Supplier Road Building and Concrete
Machinery.     Agricultural,     Farm
and   Dairy   Supplier   Dump   Can   and
Wagoni,   Gatoline   Engine,, Motor Vehicle! and Trucki
OFFICE: Third ind Fullon,
P'O.'Bot 446
Princ* Rupert
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
.Vnal A v.- . n.'xt I., aal,| oBle* ���f (lj,���,rn��� ��� t. __, only
STOKES' ICE CREAM
B*it mad* an s.-aitlp.    Kraut itn.1 Canily,  wh<al,-.
.ml* ��na| I'.-a , . La*ik f.,r flni.li .iut. at niirhl.
SAM GOWEN. PfOilritlW I'hone 3.VI
Bailiffs Sale by Auction
Un I! -t.i anil Tenant Act
The conlenta of Ihe Tea  Kettle   Inn.   lalilea.,
ehalra.   rnnif.'.   rutliry.   etc.,   nn   the   premlMin
Friday. Junela.lli. lull, m two aa'claack.
JOHN SHIIU.KY,
Ualllir
I'rince Itmiort. June loth. 1911. 181-134
S. O. E. B. S.
The   I'riniae   Kupert Lodirr,  No.  318, Sorm of
Knitlaii'l. maeeta lhe first and  thlral Tucadaya  In
earh m.aiith In the OtfptlUri Hall, at 8 p.m.
t. V. CLARK, se-.
I'. O. Hox SI2, I'rince Rupert
The I'rincess Royal in charge of
Captain Neurotaos which called
at I'rince Rupert yesterday on her
way to Skagway inaugurates the
summer schedule to Alaskan ports.
The Princess May and Royal will
give a live day service between
Victoria and Vancouver and Skagway. Juneau and other points in
the north.
A short time ago (lie Royal
was given .1 thorough overhauling
.md afterwards relieved the Princess Adelaide <>n the Vancouver
run. Win ii she passed here on
Monday she had nearly every
stateroom taken liy prospectors
ami men o( other occupations
who are going in to attempt to
make ilu- norm yield some of her
vast fortunes. The Royal also
carried a lull cargo of general
freight, including considerably food
supplies.
End of Season Sale
For three days we will offer
what is left of our Spring Millinery
goods at ridiculously small prices
to clear. We aim to have all new
guilds for each season. For prices
see our window.���Hamlin ik Co.,
Exchange Block.
;::)t!::tii:t::it:(ititnjsintnitmtit)tit)titi(ititi:x!J��mt:t��!(Kiti(JtH����MKUMMM��::;
NATURAL RESOURCES
SECURITY COMPANY, Ltd.
PAID UP CAPITAL $250,000
-OFFSR  FOR SALR���
Town.ite, Farm and Fruit Land,
���JOINT OWNRRR AND BOLE AOF.NT8 OK -
Fort George Towniite Massett Townsite
HEAD OFFICE.- 606 B0W^_BUimw7\rANWuVE"O!c:
Local Office: Alder Block Sixth Street
MXMMNWOmmiMMIUnUOUIS
with its rulings carried their plaints
to a higher court and gained
what they desired. He argued
lhat though it might cost some
money, it would lie worth while
as Prince Rupert was tlie victim
of an instance of this, to incur the
expense lo regain lhe position
lost.     "My   plan    would   be   to
appeal in the Provincial Govern-
ment," he said.
Morrissey Speaks Out
Here Alderman Morrissey got
in his. "1 must take exception,"
he said, "to this use of whitewash
by Alderman Newton."
Here Acting Mayor Hilditch
hastily interrupted, "I must ask
you to use plain English that we
can all understand, Alderman Morrissey," he said,
AId< rman Morrissey: "Certainly, I am doing so. I object to
this whitewashing. This whole
affair was lhe outcome of a petition    .    .    ."
Acting Mayor Hilditch, again:
"We are dealing with the Licensing Board over which we have no
control.     Unless   you   have   been
in actual communication with the
Hoard do not reveal matters of
which you are not absolutely
sure."
Well Known Truths
Alderman Morrissey: "These
are matters which are common
knowledge. I am revealing nothing in regard to the Licensing
Board which the citizens do not
know very well already. "He
went    into    the    history    of    the
Prudhomme case from the carpenters' petition to the present time.
"The court at Vit toria," he said,
"has upheld the action of thc
Boanl which granted Prudhomme
his license at lirst, and has declared that the other Boartl acted
illegally." He went on to point
out how strong was the influence
of the Provincial Government upon
the present Licensing Board "In
asking for this money." he added,
"they are asking for a tremendous
obligation. They are asking the
citizens of Prince Rupert to dig
down into their pockets for a
good deal."
Newton Sees Blind Pigs
Replying to the accusation of
being   a   whitewashes   Alderman
Newton   took  exception   to  the
expression, and denied that he
whitewashed at all. He repeated
liis contention that Prince Rupert
would bc wise in expending money
to regain tlie rights of her License
Borad which had bet n robbed
by the court down Mow. If the
controlling power of the Board
were to lie taken away like this
he said he could see us very
soon back in the dissolute day-,
of Blind Pig reginn .
Motion Goes Through
There was no more talk after
ihi'-. Aciing Mayor Hilditch with
some tact hurriedly put the motion.
Tlnic was a chorus of loud ayes
from Aldi rm.in Smith, Alderman
Kirkpatrick) Alderman Newton,
and Acting Mayor Hilditch.   The
nays were not so loud. Alderman
Douglas ami Alderman Morrissey
voted. Alderman Kerr seemed
undecided. Alderman Morrissey
asked for .1 show of hands, and
that lhe vole be recorded. Alderman Kerr's silence under tlie new
Procedure By-law means an "Aye"
vote.
Licence Commissioner Hilditch
-Previous to the carrying of
ihis motion Alderman Hilditch
in his capacity as Acting Mayor,
had by the advice of lhe Cily
Solicitor, been appointed Chairman
of  the  Licensing  Board   which   is
to meet on Wednesday, June 14th,
Alderman Hilditch professed himself most unwilling to assume this
onerous position in spite of the
honor done him by the council,
owing to the extreme importance
of the business lo be deall wilh
on Wednesday. But though Alderman Douglas moved that Alderman Newton be appointed, and
mderman Kirkpatrick's name was
llso suggested, the Ciiy Solicitor,
who can take care of the council
nicely in lhe Mayor's absent e,
threw the weight of his influence
Strongly   in    favor   of    Alderman
Hilditch, and the appointment was
speedily made.
Classified  -   ���  Advertisements
.,      .. ... .,   ���,,,,.. ��� luWsiiia. i am* the publie Is In the classified advertisement columns
ThJA8 be8t 'Sr.Vln9.e    imlim?r and worker landlord and tenant, and a Iioat of other, meet on. corn-
There buyer and a��l|u'L'Xfmodtn conven ence in reach of everyone the   News  will  reduce  its
mon ground.    To put this moaem w �� ^^ ^ in3firtion   JMinimum char���9 0f 25 cents.
Watch   it   grow.
"" VreTZ PctA\W..rcPoKX today
It
Lost and Found
[''OUND-Kurt'ku Cleaning ami Pressing Company. Men's suits cleaned ud pressed 11,00.
Ladies* suits pressed and cleaned. Dry clean*
Ing a ���(Weltity. Room 13 Westenhaver Blcwk,
phone red tilt. 121-147
* FOUND-Klegant rooms; newly furnished.   The
Hulklev Block, tith Ave., near Fulton.    luS-lm
LOST-On Sixth street,  between Third Avenu*
uml tjueen's   Hotel,  SIM.   two cheques  In  roll, I
one for HT, other for $5, rest in bills.   Howard
Billy Polus Candy Store, Sixth St., one door i
from C.P.K. Office. 132-135
BARGAINS
--IN-
I a white  *���"���-
y Bt
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
For Rent
Do away with this.    Patronise
laundry.   Whitelabnr only at
 i
Notice
Four-roomed House, partly furnished, with kith-
roomi close in on Summit Ave., back of Borden
street.   Apply at Firehnll or P.O. Box 269.
131-135
2 Furnished Rooms in apartment house, opposite
Clapp Building, 2nd Ave., near McBrid".    Apply on premises between one and three p.m.
128-134
���
Two-roomed Cabin on Fourth Ave., near McBride.
Apply J.  Young,  Maple  .Boarding House. 3rd
Ave. 128-134
Furniture of three-room Hat.     Apply Room 15
Westenhaver Block, corner 2nd Ave. antl Sixth
>    Street. 12S.134
j Nicely furalshod Front Room In new hounc.    Ar
i    ply Mrs. Saville, Fourth Ave., near McBride.
127-133
Tenders are invited for the repair of the wharf
atlMetlakala. B.C.;   the sum of tifteen hundred
dollars being available for expenditure on thin   H, .,.,...,,.���) 0fnCei for ,,.���,.    Applv Dr. Mclntyre
wharf.     Bidders   should carefully examine the ,    fhird Ave., phone groen 59. 12fi*tf
ground, and mate in detail the extent of repairs
he will undertake for that amount.     All idles, ,,    _M|       ��� .,______    ���,     __����,
mum be power driven.   Tenders will be received   ^ Rent-ModernHouse, close in.   $25 a im
at the Indian Office. Metlakiitla, B.C., up to June ���
30th, 1911. and should be accompanied with a cer-1
tided   cheque   for  one  hundred  dollars  which | Neatly Furnished Rooms;  gentlemen preferred
amount will be forfeited in the event of ft with-       Apply Mrs. Mullin, over Majestic Theatre.
II   F. McRae & Co.
12rt-tf
drawal of tender.   No tender received will necessarily be accepted.
CHARLES C. PERRY,
Indian Agent.
Metlakatla. B.C., June 5th, 1911.
Tenders for Excavating
Tenders for excavating luts 1 and 2. block ll,
section 1, will be received up to June 13th. lowest tender not necessarily accepted. For particulars apply to
W. L. BENSON.
Secoond Ave., opposite Thompson Hani ware Co.
127-132
lltMm
Cosy furnished rooms. Mra. Bower, Somerset
Rooms, Third Avenue, between Seventh anil
Eighth. 117-tf
Nice Furnished Rooms. Apply Mrs. Kirby. Alder
Block, upstairs entrance. Third Ave.       117-124
Nice, clean, bright outaido rooms.
6th Ave., near Fulton.
Bulkley HI*
liV-lm
Nice furnished rooms single or for housekeeping.
Apply Drexel Rooming House. 2nd Ave., near
McBride. May 3-lmu
Help Wanted
1
WORKERS   IN   WOOD
New   Company   Formed   Here
Has Bright Future
-Another new industry is about
tu make iis debut  t<> the dty.
The I'rinci- Rupert Planing Mills,
Ltd., an- going tu tit up a modern
woodworking and planing shop
at the corner of Fifth and Fraser
streets. The machinery lias lieen
ordered and will Ik- here immediately. The company, of whieh Jue
Hickey i- president, A. J. Knight,
manager, and Qordon Bain, secretary treasurer, will contract for
everything in woodwork, such as
sish. doors, cabinets, etc.. etc.
With the latest machinery to he
installed the company is sure of
being capable of handling the best
work at moderate prices.
I Porter av.anl.a! At the Talbot 11. a .
l-K-tf
A ,���'--I M?m iMa woman to -I,. fhnmlarr work und
work In .tore.   Apply Box t��., NlWI OHW.
131-1:16
Nlnrtftrn youn* men to tnke co,y room. In th,
Hulkley Block, near Fulton. ItiS-lm
Winted-600 good men to join the Onler of Owl,.
i'uli r.��am ji. Empr-r,,   Hotel.   I.  K.  Madlem.
lns-114
Boarders Wanted
+���-
Gee! But It's Hot
A Strawberry Shortcake at
Reilly's would taste fine���nicht
wahr! If you want one delivered call up 341. 132-133
A  few   cosy   homelike  rooms  cheap   lo ilcad>
roomers.    King (tairgc Hotel. 2nd Avenue.
13I-1SH
Home cooked meals and nicely furnished rooms
for three persons. Apply Mrs. James, Scott
HI.it . 3rd Ave., between bth and Uh Sta.    <""��t f
Private Board by the work or month. Home
cooking a specialty. Mist K. M. (jleeson. 3rd
Ave.. 1ftween Tth and tith Sts.. phone 171. 89-tf
rRealE
Estate
...mm.._^
A claBPifird advertisement is a real estate salesman, and don not often count enough "to
count" In tht net remit.
Nineteen young men wanted to rent coey furnished In the Bulkley It- n.v 6lh Ave., near Kulton.
l.-li.,
For Sale-Two choice tracta lakelse Valley; eight
dollars an acre.   H. F. McfUc & Co. 126-tf
For Sale- Ilecutiful Homeilte on Park; t ��� > .**.>
II. F. McRae* Co. 126-tf
*.-��...->*...���
For Sal
,le I
a-aaa.,.^..^ ,, aaa-fc..^.aafr
A .'l��..tfie.l advertit-tment. perilitently piinl-nl,
will wil anything of value.
The Ladies' Hospital Auxiliary
request all the ladies who have
not handed in receipts, to bring
them to the tea at Mrs.  W. S. ,    .
Benson's,  5th Ave.,  Thursday,    j^nH.McBrid.andKim,Ave.   ********
June 15th. 132-133        rarr.it.   Apply C. B. Wark A Co.. 3rd Ave.
128-13
I.KASK FOR SAI.K l.-a.e of the pirmlm on
Third Ave. now occupied by the OouitU. Cafe,
cheap.   A*k Uncle Jerry. 132-tf
III-STADHANT FOK SALE���Columbia Keiuu-
rant on Third Ave. doinir rimkI liualne-.it. I'art-
!���"��� K-'Init aouth. will Mil cheap. Auk Uncle
Jerry. 132-tf
All klndaof M-eonal hand Roodi liotiirht and n.M
t, M. tr...),'. Thinl Ave., between ith and rth !
.******. 117-tf
; Fire Insurance        '
_^***m_*m*i  ���^I'^O'^ll^.l.^.l^M^II^II^.II^.H^.^
THK HHtlsh Pnton and National Fire Insurance
Company nf London, England, with caidul
of HB0Q,0DO.00, S**uifor rates. The Mack
Kealtv and ln��uranr��> Comuanv. 7l*-tf
Furniture
Crockery
Stovea
Glassware
Linoleum
Lamps
Enamelware
Table Cutlery
Blinds
Baby Buggies
Curtains
Screens
Quill.
Pictures
Blanket!
Washing
Mirrora
Machines
Every
Rescript
ion of
House
Furnishings.
The Big
BIG FURNITURE Store
F.
Cor. 6th St. and 2nd Ave.
W.  HART  & COMPANY
A CRIME TO FLY
FOR TWO DAYS
Aviators Must not Fly over I n���
Don during Coronation under
Heavy Penalty.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London, June 13.���In order tij
protect the citizens, anil those
taking part in the Coronation
functions from perils from overhead
aviators have been prohibited from
flying over London on June 22nd
antl 23rd under a penalty ,,(
$1,000 tine and six months in
prison. June 22nd and 23rd arc
the days of the Coronation celebration.
GOOD HEALTH
IN RUPERT
Medical Health Officer's Report
Shows Death Rate of Four
and Birth Rate of Nine per
Thousand.
NOTjCE
To the OHiceri and Mftribers
of Tsimpsean I ,,..\_.-  No.
>. A.I-'. & A. M., and all
sojourning Brother Master
Mason's lireetiiig:
You are requested to attend the funeral of our deceased brother, Thomas N.
Smith, on Wednesday afternoon, June 14th, 1911. The
brethren will convene at the
Masonic Hall, on said day
at  12.30 p.m.   sharp.
.1. Christiansen, Secretary.
J. H. Thompson, Sr. Warden.
DESPATCH FROM GEO. LEEK
Safe  Aboard  the  Steamer for
Old England, and All is Well
OlT Rimousld, June 3.
' We left today at 4.15 p.m
for Old England, and I will tend
ihis to you by the pilot as he
leaves at Father Point. Since we
came aboard  the Major gave the
boys an address, instructing them
on their duiiis. and giving them
advice about the trip ahead.   The
S.S. Corsican passed us a few
minutes ann wiih the siilors, and
fifty Highlanders from the Winnipeg Regiment on board. We
had a -*tti*t\ semi off. The docks
were lined with people.   My wife
antl child, antl self are Well. We
are all looking forward to lighting
the shores of England, within a
few days,
"George Leek."
ONLY TWO WEEKS MORE
We must close out this stock of Furniture in two weeks time.   A chance
to buy first class Furniture at practically your  own   prices.   :   :   :
Dininif Hnom Chairs, nuartcred oak, polished,
leather pad seat, 5 plain chairs and
1 arm  chair,   worth $45.00,   now    (nr
Dining Chairs, (rood  designs,  hardwood,   oak   finish,   regular $1.35,    AA
now only, each     "UC
Chiffonier  with  B drawers,   Knglish   Hevel
Plate Mirror, Quarter sawed
Qoldtfl Oak,   regular value    (no   PA
$41.25, now only     $&O*0v
Mahogany  Dining  Room  Suite; 1 inund top
extension table, 5 plain chairs, 1 arm chair,
Very handsome buffett;   regular
value   $181.60.       Will   sell   lln    #inr
suite for  i{) 1 L O
2 onlv  Brass   Kcils,   regular  value    (I n
$27.50, to clear nt ,,    ��J> 1 O
Buffet in quartered  oak,  Mission   finish,    regular  value    (07   CA
$65.00, to clear at     *fJI. DU
1
Countless bargains in Beds, Bedding, Mattressess, Springs, Dressers,
Tables,  Carpets ana all jkindo of  House  Furnishings.    :   :   :   :
No Reasonable Offer Refused
1 C. B. LOCKHART
Estate of The Brin   Furniture Co.   =
That Prince RuixTt is the health-
iest city in the whole Dominion
if not in the worltl was again
lorne out by tlie report for the
ast month of the Medical Health
Officer, D.r J. 0. Reddie. The
city is at present in excellent
health. There has been only one
case of infectious illness during
die month, typhoid, probably imported. The death rate worka
out to only four per thousand and
the birth rate nine per thousand.
STORMS   IN   THE   EAST
Three Persons Killed at Philadelphia by Falling Trees and
Buildings.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Philadelphia, June 13.���Violent
storms with much lightning are
sweeping through the tlistriet on
the trail of the great heat. A
great electrical storm visited here
last ni^ht uprooting trees and
injuring buildings and telegraph
wires. Three persons were killed
as a result and many others are
injured.
A LITTLE ON LANES
Here and There Citizens Clearing Lots May be Allowed to
Dump.
As a special favor owing to ilic
circumstances permission will If
given William Benson who il
having   lots   cleared   by   Messrs.
Mclnnis & Kelly, to dump excavated material on the lane near
his property. The lane rei|ilirt'<
tillinn here, and Mr. Benson will
be allowed to fill to within fifteen
feel of the grade line.
Paul Kauffmann wanted to do
some, but permission was not
panted in spite of the Golden
Rule stunt of Alderman Newton
who said that Paul had displayed
no .gnat love for himself, but still
"ii the principle of "love y"i'r
neighbor" he was ready to move
that permission should be pr.ui!'--''
to Mr. Kauffman to dtmi| .
RODE A BUCKBOARD
But Charles Vaughan Delivered
the Goods
There is hardly a healthy young
man with even half an eye fof
ncbtness and a fair conception
of the fitness of things between
Here antl the Yellowhead Pa**
but who is wearing or lias on
order a 20th Century Brand suit
of clothes.
Charles Vaughn of Sloan S ( "������
well known clothing firm "I "***
cily, hus just returned from ���
six weeks tour of the interior.
To introduce this brand of clothing lo the dwellers in thc hinterland, Mr. Vaughan had to mush
a gootl many leagues, tlo a StretCfl
of miles on   those models "I di**
comfort, a western buckboard, and
travel another stretch of country
by tlog team. Hc made il P'1*
though for he sold a few thousand
dollars worth of stiils.
Assignee  =
Organ Opening Concert
In the Baptist Church. Thursday, June 15th, at 8.30 p.m. Solos on new organ, vocal solos,
readings, etc; excellent program.
Tickets 50c. John E. Davey.
Organist and Choirmaster.
131-137
*._���

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