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Array THE  WEATHER
Twenty-four hours  ending
5   u. m.,
May 22.
MAX. TEMC        MIN. TEMP.           BAR.
IN. ItAIN
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The Daily News
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
NEXT  MAILS
FOR South
Prince Rupert Friday, s a.m.
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VOL. II.  NO. 114
Prince Rupert, B.C., Monday. May 22, 1911.
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PwesrFiVE Cekt^
Innl
ELOPING COUPLE WERE
ARRESTED AT QUEBEC
Abbadie D'Arrast and Miss Helen Benoit Have Occasion for Concluding That This is a Very Meddlesome Age���Travelled
from France Under Assumed Names Only to be Apprehended as Undesirables in Canada
Canadian Press Despatch)
Quebec, May 22.���On the arrival cf the C P. R. steamer
Lake Manitoba here at two-thirty
this morning, the immigration officials .md newspaper men located
,i couple registered at Mr. and
Mrs. William F. Wye, who proved
to be .in eloping couple, Abbadie
D'ArresI of Evrex, France, and
Min Helena Benoit
D'Arrast at first denied his
identity stating hc was going to
Canada to lake part in farming
in the west   He was supercilious
when told he was under suspicion
as being the missing man from
Evrex, and that his story was a
manufactured one. An attempt
to obtain a photograph roused
his anger this morning, as he
disembarked and D'Arrast uttered
a threat to do violence to thc
photographer, his remarks being
made in Knglish.
The couple are held at the
immigration building pending a
decision as to their deportation as
undesirables. D'Arrast it is stated,
has admitted to the immigration
authorities   that   he   is   Abbadie
D'Arrast and that he had eloped
with Miss Benoit after leaving his
hat, card case and cane on one of
the Seine bridges.
He says he spent two years at
Beaconsfield as a farmer and that
the couple intended to g to
Saskatcon. Camille Abbadie D'Arrast, a brother of the man
detained, whose full name is said
to be Jean Abbadie D'Arrast, is
here and had an interview with
his brother. One of Miss Benoit's
brothers is here also. A decision
as to their deportation is expected
to be made today.
DIAZ TO RETIRE
TO EUROPE
Will Vacate Office on Wednesday and Sail Immediately
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Mexico Ci5y, May 22.���A semiofficial annoucnement was made
today that President Diaz will
resign on Wednesday, and immediately board the French steamer Fspagne at Vera Cru/. and sail
for Furope.
Hc will stop only at Havana to
confer with General Reyes, who is
waiting there.
STORM HITS CHICAGO
DEATH FROM LIGHTNING
Lightning Struck a Brick  Tenement  Injuring  Every
Occupant of the Building���Downpour of Cold
Rain Puts End to Sufferings from Heat
Canadian Press Despatch)
Chicago, May 22.���In an electrical storm which broke over
tin- lily last night, one woman was
killed and half a dozen others
leriously injured. In addition hundreds nf telephone and telegraph
line* .ire out of commission, and
thousands of dollars worth of
damage has been done.
The storm was one of the most
freakish that ever visited Chicago,
ll c.iiiic without warning after a
day of intense and unendurable
heat. Striking a brick tenement
house it killed one woman outright, and injured practically every
person in the vicinity. The bolts
struck the telephone wires, ripping them from the poles and
fusing the instruments.
The sudden downpour of rain
Which followed, however, has put
an end to the awful heat, and
given relief 5o the sufferers in thc
congested districts.
WILL SPEAK THURSDAY
Rev. S. T.  Bartlett Methodist
Gen. Secy, to Address Meeting
Rev. S. T. Bartlett, the General
Secretary of the Methodist church
Sunday Schools and Epworth League in Canada, is in the ciiy this
week and will address a public
meeting in the church on Thursday
evening at eight o'clock. He is
a speaker of reputation, and all
citizens interested are cordially
invited.
FRIENDS ARE SEARCHING
FOR CLEMENT GOODMAN
Englishman from Essex Has Not Been Heard of Since
March 1908 When He Was in Calgary  With a
Man Named Burton���Solicitors Offer
Fifty Pounds for Information
"""""''""""'""���"a. CAN0��   ACC,DENT
IS SUSPECTED
Dr. Ewing for Hazelton
Dr. Ewing is in town today on
his way to Hazelton. It is probable that as the railway work
progresses eastwards, he will make
arrangements to attend to patients nearer the scene of activity.
Winnipeg, May 20.--Advertisc-
iiiini- arc being published here
"ffering fifty pounds reward for
:i 'i formation that will lead to
ilu discovery of Clement Goodman, an Englishman formerly of
Woodford Green, Essex, England,
��'l'o .'Irivtd at Halifax, N. S.,
Al>ril 'Uh. l<)()7, on his way to
Alberta
1,1 I'lt MacLeod on March
.l7th- !'�������)��. for Calgary and reg-
Hu"l at the Dominion hotel
'" 'i" Inter city. It is understood
"lal he left the hotel on the
(��llwing day, in company of a
'"'"> "amed Burton, and has not
b"> heard of since. His solicitors
'" ' ","l,"i are enquiring for him.
I!"  next attractive dish  to be
W before ns will be the Wolgast-
"'"���'- "'ill, which  Promoter Jim
( roffroth   lias down   for  decision
'"   Blot's   open   air   arena,   San
'r��nclsco,   .���,   ,1,,.   afternoon   of
1 ���1V <���'���    This will be a real live,
Q,an>Monship mill and gives eve. y
Proml,te I" the world of resulting
"'   *n��atlonal   incidents,    though
Uii||hsIi looks lo be for Wolgast.
Frail  Craft   Drifts  Ashore  on
Graham  Island
This is Right
During the holiday you should
cat well ami in a place giving
good service, beautifully furnished
and with easy prices. Vou will
find the.se features at the Royal
Hotel restaurant. 116-110
CITY TREASURER
MOCKS VICTORIA
From Massett news reaches
Prince Rupert today that a canoe
has drifetd ashore at Miller Creek
on the east coast of Graham Island, and a drowning accident is
suspected. Thc little craft was
oaded with blankets, a quantity
of stores, and a pair of binoculars
There was also some paper in it
bearing characters in Japanese
writing.
Thc canoe drifted ashore during
a strong south east wind, and may
have drifted from the mainland.
The only reassuring feature about
the find is the fact that the contents of the craft were still dry,
and there was no indication that
the owner had had any accident
while paddling.    	
Catcher Johnny Shea, the backstop secured from thc Western
League, has joined the Seattle
Beavers. Shea was formerly with
Sioux Cily, and besides being a
luic backstop is a great hitter.
Asks if Grant for $500 is to Pay
His Laundry Bill With
Charles Kent, who recently retired from the city treasurership
of Victoria after twenty-two years
service lias given the city council
there some sarcastic remarks on
the 8500 honorarium they voted
on his vacating office. In a letter
acknowledging the money he said:
"Gentlemen,���Your munificent
gift of $500 has reached me. As
yet I am in doubt as to what to
do with the amount���pay my
wash bill or found a home for
penurious aldermen. I refuse to
think you have expressed the
wish of the people of Victoria
whom I have served faithfully
and well for the past twenty-two
years."
You need worry no more about
those Sunday picnic lunches for
Reilly's Bakery Lunch puts up
lunches al reasonable prices.      115
SIR WILFRID AT
THE KING'S TABLE
Attended  Luncheon  at  Buckingham- No Speeches Made
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London, May 22.���King (ieorge
entertained the delegates to lhc
Imperial conference at a luncheon
today at Buckingham Palace, sixty
covers being laid. The occasion
was informal, no speeches being
made.
Yesterday Sir Wilfrid Laurier
attended Mass at Westminster
Catherdal and afterwards called
on Bishop Bourne.
WILL TELL MILLIONS
ABOUT PRINCE RUPERT
Mr. Wm. Campbell, Well Known British Newspaperman, Commissioned by Dominion Government to Write Up Canada from
Sea to Sea---Spent Sunday Sight-seeing in Prince
Rupert���Will Also Give Lectures
For a living visit during the slay
of the S.S. Prince Ceorge Mr.
Willi.tm Campbell, Dominion Government Commissioner, was in
Prince Rupert. Prince Rupert
marked the westernmost boundary
of an extensive coast to caost
tour which Mr. Campbell is taking
on behalf of thc Ciovernnicnt for
the purpose of making known Mill
more widely in Great Britain lhe
advantages and resources of Canada.
Writing up Rupert
Yesterday he made a tour of
thc city and laid in a store of the
striking facts i.i .ts history as
well as studying its present appearance for a series of articles
he is writing for the British press
under Government auspices. With
carte blanche to record his impressions of Canada in an absolutely unbiassed manner, Mr. Campbell has visited all the principal
cities between Mon treat and Prince
Rupert, and on his return journey
is taking in the fruit and agricultural lands of B. C. and the
prairie provinces.
Wide-spread Piublcity
Arrangements have been made
for the publication of his articles
in a number of British newspapers,
antl during the two months of
his tour to date he has been in
constant touch with the old country, his articles being read by some
two million readers of the papers
he represent . A newpsaperman
ol wide travel and experience
Mr. Campbell was war correspondent for thc London ' Regiment" during thc South African
war, and is describing matters
military in Canada for the same
paper on this tour.
CONTINUEO ON  PACE   4
CONSTRUCTION      STARTED
FROM END OF
STEEL TODAY
Bridge   Work,   Ballasting   and
Snowsheds Progressing Fast
Just returned from a visit lo
the end of steel this morning.
General Superintendent Mehan
has news of progress. The repair
to a trestle bridge al Mile 00
which had been damaged by ice
are now almost completed. Meanwhile ballasting is proceeding rapidly, and authority from the Gov-
ernincnt allowing trains to run
with passengers and commercial
freight may very soon be granted.
Anolhcr steam shovel got started
on ballast excavation this morning,
and by the entl of the week one
more will be going. Very fast
progress is being made with lhe
snow sheds. A number of gangs
of men arc employed on this
work this week. At Mile 44
where the big slides occurred last
winter extra strong sheds are
being built. The rest of the snow
sheds are of ordinary strength
for the most part.
Contractors Making Good Progress on Buoy Station
Actual construction work on the
new marine and buoy station at
Digby Island has been Started,
The site is all cleraed and last
week work began on the chief's
house.
For the first time since the
Pacific Coast Construction Company, contractors al the station
built their wharf boats called a
few days ago The Amur and the
Princess Kna called with machinery and general building materials.
Mr. W. Stcdham, lhe company's manager at lhe works and
F. J. Jennings, the Government
engineer, siy they are confident
the station will be built before
the mow Hies next winter.
Mr. Thomas Stcdli.ini of Vic-
t ria, an official of Ihe contracting
company, arrived from Victoria
on Saturday on .1 visit to his
brother, the resident manager at
the Station, and to look over the
work.
FRENCH WAR MINISTER
IS KILLED AT PARIS
Was Watching the Start of the Paris to  Madrid  Race
When Aeroplane Swooped Down on M. Berteaux
���Premier Monis Has Leg Broken
The city council is to meet
tonight. No business of particular importance was anticipated
by the Mayor this morning.
STRANGE CLUE
IS FOLLOWED
Prince Rupert Fishing Party's
Peculiar Device
A Sunday fishing party which
crossed the harbor on pleasure
and angling bent yesterday afternoon returned safely lo Prince
Rupert. That the members of
that party, who are all well-
known citizens, had evidently had
doubts as to their ability to find
their way back through the bush
is revealed by the accidental discovery of the strange cine they
made use of like the old-time
(ireek Hero to feel their way
back from the labyrinth of trees.
The clue is a black linen thread
about 700 yards long, which was
attached to a root at lhe water's
edge, the other end being held
in the hand of thc leader of the
party,     The   thread   was   found
A classified; advertisement is tin
"work-getter '���and is at your service!        _/
A LETTER FROM
GEORGE LEEK
Sixth   Regiment  at Vancouver
Gave the Party a Send Off
Vancouver, May l.Mh
We are to leave here today al
:i.4"). The representatives from
the various regiments have all
assembled. Major Hart Mcll.ug
will be in charge during the
journey.
While here an interesting presentation took place. Mr. William
Moore of Seattle, presented Ross
rilles to seven of the officers and
non-commissioned officers of the
party who scored  100 points last
year.
We visited at the headquarters
of lhc Sixth Regiment last night.
The Kgbnent was on parade in
uniform, and ihey gave us a good
send off.
Yours truly,
GEORGE LEEK
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Paris, May 22.��� Despite a compound  fracture of  lhe right  leg,l*round
a broken  nose and a  torn scalp.
Premier   Monis  who  was  injured
al   Issay   on   Saturday   when   an
race witnessed   the  accident  and
generally      admitted      lhat      thc
were  inadequately
rolled.     A  state  funeral  is
planned for Berteaux.
Henri    Maurice   Berteaux
pat-
icing
had
aeroplane fell on him and killed I only held power since March 2nd
his companion, Minister of War when the new Monis ministry
Berteaux, will recover. ranK. j���t(, power.    His .litem
It will be weeks however, before!at the aviation meet was
he    can    assume    his    ministerial  of   his   interest   in   thc
duties.    Fully two hundred thou-.as   an   instrument   for
defence.    His sudden death created
a feeling of great regret.
ance
>ecause
aeroplane
war   and
sand  people who gathered  lo see
the start of the Paris and Madrid
WELL-KNOWN WRITER TO
VISIT PORTLAND CANAL
Mr. John Thornhill, F. R. G. S., Author of Important
Articles on Mining Countries, Will Write Series
of Articles for Canadian, United States
and British Journals
SUBPOENAS FOR
ALL CONSTABLES
Witnesses Required at Victoria
for   Strike   Trial    Notified
Provincial Chief Constable! iwen
is tow in receipt of the subpoenas
for the various constables and
spcci.il ((inst.ililes whose presence
is required at Victoria over the
trial of the strikers. The following arc subpoenaed S. P. McMordie, Dan Mclnnis, Angus Mclnnis,   Clarence   Bainler,   William
Watson,   Joe  Cummins,   W.   A.
Casey, Sergeant l'hillipson, Constable Mansell, Constable McArthur, Constable Miller and Constable Morrison. They will attend al ilie forthcoming assi/es
on June 2nd.    Special  Constable
Mr.  John  Thornhill,  a   fellow
of the Royal Geographical Society,
and one of the ablest writers upon
the geography and development of
new countries is in the city preparatory to visiting the Portland
Canal region, which he will make
lhe subject of a number of articles
lor leading Canadian, American
and British newspapers and periodicals.
A Well Known Writer
Mr. Thornhill is the
special    articles   which
pcared in leading journals, including    tl'.e    London     Times,    Daily
Chronicle, Whittaker's Almanack,
African World, and the Rhodestan
Mining Review,    For the African
Review   he  acted   as  special   correspondent 111 Africa.
He   is   well   acquainted   with
mining work from his experiences
author ol
have   ap-
By the Prince George on Sunday I George Leek was also subpoena'dlon the Rami.   His works include,
Mr. Pattullo arrived. He is stay-Ibllt as he is on his way to the! "Mineral Wealth of Katanga,"
ing at lhe Premier Hotel. Very Coronation hc will probably not ("South Africa and the Congo,"
many business interests ate keep- be present at thc trial, arrange-1 "Opening   up   of    the   Southern
^^^^^^^^^^^ Ing him occupied all the time today. I men ts being made for his evidence. I Congo, 1910," "Synopsis of the
by another citizen after the fisher-1His visit is a special one lo attend ICongO   Laws   and    Taxes,"   ami
men had done with it or forgotten  to his firm's business at ihis end,      A classified advertisement of a I "Tanganyika   Retrospect."     He
it.    Should  they require it again land to look after lhe interests of furnished   room   is   the   only   in- has  also written   articles  on   the
they  may   have   it   by   applying .a number of new clients from down dicatiou   most   people   wilt   have (Congo   and   Zambesi   rivers   and
at the Daily News ollice. [below. that it's for rent. I trade. t h;e j d ai l y  n e w s
The Daily News
Formerly The 'Prince Rupert Optimist
Publi.hed by the Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
DAILY AM' WEEKLY
SUBSCRIPTION RATES-DAILY, BOc per month, or $6.00 per year, in advance.
Weekly, $2.00 per year. Outsids Canada���Dally, $8.00 peryear; Weekly,
$2.50 per year, strict.y In advance.
TRANSIENT DISPLAY ADVERTISING-^) eentt per Inch. Contract rates
on application.
HEAP OFFICE
Daily Newi BoiW   _, fUnd Ave.. Princ* Roi  rt, R. C.   Telephone98,
TRACTION CARS      NOTED MINING
FOR CARIBOO MAN COMING
Experiment With Gasoline Freight  Trucks  to  be Tried
James D. Sword, Well Known
Seattle Mining Man Coming
New York Citv.
A ten ton gasoline freight engine
to have a rive ton trailer is being
built in Vancouver for experiment
on the mud and grades of the
Carir>     Ri ad.    The engines will
be of 200 horsepower.
. ',.,,,        .   ,       ; interests
The hrsi truck will be tried on im
the Can   ��� i ad during the month
BRANCH OFFICES AND AGENCIES
Nn York-Nation..  Newspaper Bureau. -If Bast ! rd St
Seattle   Puget Soui A New* Co.
London. England   rhe CUwgfcer Syndicate, Grtnd Trunk Building. Trafalgar ': }'���'-'- ������'-'���*������ ** -l success, otters
Square. I will be placed in commission as
fast as they can be manufactured.
It is claimed the truck can run
wherevei a horse ami buggy can
go.    Tht wheels will be of double
tread sixteen-inch solid rubber ;ir<.>
= A;-,   ingenious   device   is   carried
Monday, May 22 w':; ever> truck, that will belaid]
_    down  whenever a culvert rr bad
Stret :   surface  is   to   be   run'
James D. Sword the well known
Seattle mining man is c ming
north just now in his own liew
gasoline yacht. He is expected
in Prince Rupert shord) Mr
Sword  who  ha?  valual
n several distri ts i".--':i
is going to spend th��  -
his  yacht   making   th<   ���
them.
"The newspaper, w;th the law. should assume the accused innocent
until proven guilty; should be the frier.:, not the enemy of the
general public; the defender, not tr.e Invader .:' private life and
the :issa:la": ,*' :<rs,v-.ai  character.     1:  s:. :v. as it   were,   a
keeper of : : science."-Henry Watteraon.
Daily Edition.
BERLIN TO HAVE
WOMEN POLICE
Baby-farming Scandals *fi ill Require Thirty Female sleuths
THE EYES OF CANADA ARE ON PRINCE RUPERT
ver,   stril uting the weight evenlj
verts.
,   . .   . ... ,        , and preventing destruction   f eul
It is one ol the amazing things :    contemplate, that the       .'
people of a countrj shoul I h..\ i  irgued with by the Govern
ment to induce them to see thai posal to remove$3,000,000
taxes from their food '. iii is .. wl   llj desirable thing."
...i.rs mav recall the paragraph.   It was the : n-
dusi rial artidt entil        Who Pays the Bili���A Study
in  Tariff Economics" which . the Daily News on April
11.   Apparently the pithy sentence, expressed the conclusions of a
number oi peoph wli   had th   .. ut the matter, forithas been
widely quoted throug   ui casing t   ng to us being that
in ever)    -..       I - is -    1       < Ru] ert     :::ion.
n .  ������-��� ��� ewsj iper to rep: -    tence in its edit rial
mns was i     aai      I    - n 11    i   \       2Sl      On the following
dav it son - further   east in the columns
the Xa \     --     S       travelling   east it appeared on April
29th it; :/i Quel - Moncton  Tr..::scrip: ::: :..:
, ,     .    ,-.        ��i\r.ient upon the growth   : busi
Berlin. May 20
days women police ������
into   office.     A  series
farming  scandals  .:..-  I. I   I
! decision of the aui
Arctic in New Circle Plo>" women !**��
^nce Mr. Morte Craig, trekked wstigate  *e  matter.    For thi
i wn from the Yukon some rime banning 30 women will
ago to this city and opened up staUed-   bu!   ��   *e   'v
the Arctic Studio on Sixth street (������� a a****  *<
wher��  he has manufactured  andllx  increased  to  10       I
sold the niftiest curios and sou- :--iVl' ;-irie P0*^
-   ::::.i>.i::..:���:,      :    :::.,:   v.is: -nd   tho   ri*hl     !
half wilderness in  the sub-Arc::. *��Hn>gs  whew   :    -    -   ���   is
drde,   his   business   has   -���-�����- '���   believe that dii
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
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S��*m ^.txi D��awt���DMtnet *. Ctwt."
:u, -mete, thit 1. Catrioi L. De^rove c! >'���'�����
tr. B   C . ocr-p^uoa prajepee:.:. ,:t*r- '.    -
.: .^.-rr^a..:. w p^rehts, it. Ic_'��'.:i i��hr-.:*:
-���A
--eit.aj it > *XAt pitatei tb��.t *^.~-**
. _:��� tad -a�� ta.e ��nr. M :.-�� Ur., tt ::, * *:..
.*���   :a:  *_****, tae^ce  K^t."   .'.   ;:���'.
:-i-.���  tieaee ::--. -   ;.-i.-j  tt��a.-�� ��.�����
oJ*A%i ::. ml.    CBA.S12- DBU3ROVI
;.:   Mi, rrtren S. PrtKoa.-Vjea:
Skana Urd Dtaihl   Dlwh�� ci -.'-maj
'_.. z<:.** IM) l i'rt*.** i- t*r**.
*\c-mr.. S   C- c*-e*.;A:_. ;a��p��.'   .-'.-: :.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skeena U.d Di.lriet-Di.trlet of C��..l��r
that 1. J
at.pl>'for per."..i,.on to pttTObiM  tt
Take n.tio.
R.il.ert. B.C.
apply for per
j, ..:::-: ...' '���-
r��s��s*2
LAND  PURCHASE Notice
Utrict���Diatrict ul e��.��� ,,   ~
hat Miry Mtraim-t   "i i,K��.l,�� ��
laalnn     ...      . I^(     IHtlaliilj   ..
Mt nlanto.1  three nn.l  one-
11   a'a   ".        _  ,  ......   ,,.a     l-anata.
cvinuinir.a,-   '���   tee**.
Date Keb.     MU.
Pub. Mar..' I ,
JuHN MCDONALD
J,��.ph Belway. Agent
<keer.a Ur.J DUtrlct-Utottlll of Ca��lar
I Andrew Curamlnjta of Van.
potion cook,  intend, totpi.lv
'���..���..      ���   :.rcha.e ihe following de.or.b-
Taa
eou1
(or pel
edinji
and
intand. n,
lollowin,
Skeeni Lind liwtnct
Ttke notice that
toria, B. C, occupa._	
apply  lor  permiaaion  to  purchta
doacribed landa:
Commencinii at a post planlo,] ��� ,,
cornor ol Lot UD��7, thonco iu ch",, '"'"' lit
20 chaini aouth, thence 1>U clam,., _ '","������ lll��n��
325ST, thence .bout _. chXlTort? '", '' *���
Hiver. thence metndorinn aai,i rK|1, .l'' Ukt-U,
a aoutheaaterly direction ta, Llkllta l��t **** I*
meanderinii atid lake to point ol eon'*'"' """"���
containing  160 acrea, moro or loa,        IR'nconient
Poet mtrked M. M. U.. N. E. Cnn.
Hated Keb. U, IUll. "'"��"
I'ub. March 4.
MAHY MARGAKtT Qlujj
Skeeni Land Uiauict-UUtrict ot (',,., ,,
Ttke notice thtt Jtck Hedloral /' i'ur,*�� V
Vorkahire, England, occupation over lA"*^
tonda lo apply lor permiaaion to runX. ' ln-
lollowing deacribed land.: *""""'���   th.
Commencing tt a poat planted at a noli.. .. .
eaat��rly  boundary ol timber Unit   16.       **_***
the noutherly limit ol lol 3!l.^;.,  Rttn
iJiatnct,  where  the atid  limit*
aM L
���long  the  toutherly  limit.��'  '"'""'^���'���"joJSi'J
p iwn
steadily.   Tod.\y his goods might ill-tteated.
tx   found in  almost  every  par: ��\r>T_~_**~r
of  the   two    heispheres.     Con- ASSAY   OFFICE
ness
he   has  i-cvtv:  intt   !..rct.r
in the Law-Butler Build-
awa)   N-.'.v   Brunsv   ���-     ["hen  having reached  the
it comm - -       -   . rough Vw Brunswick, Quebec
and I " : v  ...      -       '   the t-.-.rr.v day  in  two dissimilar  /
������   be and th< (.'..riita- r:...e Herald.   It is still     ���'
- good er :...:: :. add its endorsement
But it is a
rial was which apj sared
:i   ��� ���   Help Prince Rujht: '   The particular por-
i jjjt .. _ 	
Sending awa) I I youi goods - .    ;   Heaps Lumber Co. Suffers S20
i  ii..vi-  ;.   ..: :  wn dead . and  M  ntreal .,rt 000 Damage Early loday
k- ��   > -..'     ���       . -       du growi     ��� ���  i West   When \o-
A LUMBER FIRE
AT VANCOUVER
UP THE RIVER
J. \V. Austin  of Prince Rupert
Is Going to Hazelton
J. W. Austin ::.* popular   --   ���
er whos*    ffice ii   Prii      Ri
has  iv.-   ;.-sta:i:-hto   since   thi
earl)  cays, has  di-::d I I
another   ffi     it Hai - -.
.great   mil ii g   districl   I    i
���      ....:;��� SSSStgS, . he. ,o,n,
..Tl,,h,a Lava Uke trull beg.;.-
., .,��� *, elt-Air-t. thenc. aouth
....     ,.,;,..   tb���� north so
, a.vment. oontalnlng 640
D_ZtA ������������ ANDREW CT.MMINGS
Ym*h Belway. Agent
Skwaa U- i '��� "tnct -Dutrict ol Cotat lltnge V
TS,   :.>    thlt   Kaluti   AUM   irowther   ol
lkiJ*   v   ....    -     tntland,  occupation  .pinater,   	
'..,- .. ���    ..        lor jaermiaaion to purchaae the   direction 11 chaina more
.   . ���-: :tr.d��: .       , t , j eommencem��nt.
and the protection thereol in an ea--
tu chains more or leaa to the WMttrf, '^""1
timber limit 32501, thence in a aoutherlv I "'
along the laat mentioned limit ll ,'.'.' ~*J��
or leaa to the northerly limit ol timU-r lim t a���;5?
'      a'.arai
aaslerty
"I'-rly
Point ot
' I'i at 'a ?-���'��� planted at the aouth Jtat : QMadMuah t, 1911,
:.l. Range i, Coaat DU-: pub. March 25
SS 11 mm I   rti ���..������ s the eaaterly limit ol the j
re or Imi to th. aoutherly :
.. :. com diatrict. th.nce   ake,n, Uod Diatrict-Ui.tricl ol Coait li��������
Imttol the list mentioned       Tike notice thtt I, Cltrt Mty Utile , l iK
._.._.   In       a.    ..,':-.      a   tl t        U        f*  . a    _ t        "".  "I   , Hill
thence in a westerly direction along
lioned limit bO ehtina more or Ion.. .., -r
2U, the
i or lea
limit ol timber limit ISttS, tbence in a r.ort
leas to the i
JACK BEDP0
RD
exit -.
a   petal,   thence In
cr.atrj    ptrtlM   to   the   and
I   :.:   HSI,   thenc   in r -
I
ipir.ater,
-J
1'nasj
intand to
MlUfU
,. _     aj -..- chains   more    or    IfM    to      Commencing tt t poat pltnted at the
tM point .' ,-^r..T.encement conttining 210 icres   ��������, corner of Lot 1735, Range 5. Coast ,jiS
  I    l_.mw*m.. ..    ..t Aft        m,    ...    . '* - .< .. ''Vail
EDITH ALICE CROWTHEIt
:,-.- litre* : :��U.
Pab. Mir:' .:
uth-   Kupert.   B.   C,   occupttion
**_*\.^>rilh'liD^iMiW l" PUrCh,M &���****.
north
Ihence etat 10 ehtina,' thence n'orth~2'Thii'?.
thence weat 31 chain' tbence north M c'a,�����:
thence well 10 ehtina, thenc. aouth il ehltast!
point ol commencement, containing 111 ^a.^
mote or leaa. "  ���
Dated April 4. 1911. CLARA MAY LITTU
i ub. Apnl 1...
s.,<-i '.a-: District-Diatriet ol Ctiaiar
It��a  .-.::.���'  thlt  I.  P��T>   yueer.tn ol   Prjr.M
���-���  pal   : .--ccupttion prospector, intend to a
_'.'.'       ���  -.. ��� -..t..t.  to  purchue  the  lollowing   skeeni Land Diatrict��� Diatrict ol Cotat It.-,,* t
JJL'I   I '    ** " *.._. ._.,���. ��k..   cia c     r. ,.'*���',***
Ttk. notici thtt Eldon S. Detwiler of""!^^
Ont." occupttion doctor, intend, to idpI> Is
-.   dsyoupay)  armone>t ch��   xpress    mpanies     Va     ^���er. May 20.���By a dis- nion                 :.;���     He goes
��� . ���     mes    . ���> i   >      ���-���" us -v.              - <(   ut earl}  r:,,-: : ���"-������'��� '���'������ '- '  :   "Simps
'���'��� - ��� ������  -    --     lists this morning I      - .  -     - ������ some I nu away.   Mr.
     prospers >tw get s m<                 ntenu                  - .   ���     r|J- E. C raig   ..       -          ..
��� - ��� men     - ..-*���"*     ���   I   "���  ���
not -          -           for is placed at $20,0        ITte causei3**
it said g             But s             must t reighi        s not knowi
. ...	
.       -���        -
rsfmnMooi ,  "PODI HARniF"
SMITH HERE
-:..:    linn y News was last i
'������  ' - Montreal ti - .        ���     nt
Reciprocitj       ting address " Ross, ass
Rupert feels .-. .-   . -
taw Stock Market Revie .    ..*
���      .     ��� ���    ���-   f i i    .-.   -
'���
W�� I se instance) so i i spirit ol sads
-    s - r a largei ���       tuse we realise thai
in rr. .s   , . - - .  - ���
- (crests        ra(h*erdsen -���-
Going to Investigate  Promsing
Red Cliff Development
WE   HAVE   BUYERS   FOR   LOTS IN
STEWART
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers. Pri.ice Rupert and Stewart B. C.
Amenta for St.-tn Und Compinv.   Limited
g the pass   .   -
S S      ..������>::���:     .-      jg   :  uu?  A
i  --. Smith
Sn  ���      wh'j   i?     n   h>   *a;.    :
>u%v..r:   ratht:   unexpectedl)   I
���. --.,:.>:. :".;   rtant
the ���* -i<
Rt\i C.". : *  : .-:;..
Mr. Smith w..- . \.    -     avoid
in}   tort of sensadoi ���
new discovery, but      stated I
Ity was : ���     -       .       ���
. ��� ���   ���   �� -���..   ���   .    it this mo-
ma ���      i   .       ���
.    n quietly s
ats   -.-     Jstrik    .   . -   end)
'   "      ���- in uni v eci   . u    ���. .r*
" *���
GOVT. AGENTS
TOOK THE TRIP
Pro\incial     Authorities     \'isit
Stewart This Week-end
��� vernmeni   Afent   M M
  Owes
f die Provh    J I     ��� .'- -
l        ���    ���       ���-" nighl   n a
s   -: visit :   ^--.war:    The party
-��� rr ��
;efc.-r.:*c -.- a
Cc^_ntzr__ st a poc ;A_:ri ,.
r.�� mmmt tmt :��� -������Ate ��<k .-.' ���'
'..-. '���'��� r t. ��ic Ta: r.\*Tt. ibetX, ��__���.���
t-<r�� oik   n   :������**. _a_c tent y.  eitas
nSSASS.SSr' rRANc:ss. :
a :.L
-.-... ; 1 ^ ���.-.-' __-_-. ;! C...A.-
'.,. -.-..> Um* '.. '**-���   ' ��� ���      Hmi .
r- Ml  :-:- -     : .<-r.:��    MC       !��       '
:.  _::.-������ .-::ja.    l,  :.-������--.
;��acr^��c az-a
Cc.*r-*zc*4 at i ;������������. -A--.*- .:. .
r _m tmt* n:   i   '�����-  = -" ��<��'���
��:   . ��-. Ta- *   ���**. ::A_e. r. MMM ���
'.:,-.-*  >.   .-ra^a  .rt:   :uzet  s-.   ���:-_,  *****
:,- *. *. etxxtt *������:
--.is?, s :   ..
Daal A;-- ... ISU      int.-. > Fnmm   *.*<*
���:: tit   . .
itmaA Uad 1 atm���I ^ ��� -       a."-"
Tla#  mjcmi  ti*t   '..   .-1_-���  V.
-     -   :...-:     E .--���   ��� ���'      '
��� ;m���.tmx- :��� y_*ts__t :���-, --....n
��������� A
- - -- r-i it a ;c�� ;arts-: iscs
bud MSU i-:   .    ��    -r-_m ����e :l
���   , r .-- i-; ��� i   -   .-    ��������� -  ���   .      ���    :-.:���
���_K.X    .���_    X    _____    -____.   Z_e*_\    y.    eZ___:
���_.*.** t%_:  r.  ctua
:-at�� a;-. .:.-::     ;SA=a> x  -.
:���-:  Ma Fxnt htMMbSaMt
-��� aaalAM t*_t_a���L*t__yfi .     -..a:
Ta.i   :.'.m  fit   :    ^��l-    ~.��    -
r     C     .c:.;��u.i   *_-..*--.- .
'.: ,.��� .��. : t.- ;_-___. .s. '..^c.:( mmer_m_
A_U
��� ��� ��� i t: t *. ..��� : a-:: .:���
.:--:   r .. .*.: ..::.'.���.
ii: Fa: r.at*. :���*-_. H c__-a k."
t____* ru:   :_.ic*  *.   r - j -,   r. -
I't-.i *. ���"'. :: .:.������.: swan ttmUXK
"-.:  Marl }*rt_<-j i. }*Ter.cz \ctzt
��� port tlanwd in ih. vicinity
sl u.n-     -     *>***�� th.-w-.tfhu ol t ma.e south   n.rmiaiion   to  purchaa.  th.  loUoMr.c iiaoibS
et the aooti cl th. Bontnit Cr��k. tnd b��inf  f;nd,. * ' '  J>��=1Md
ca ������������>   ���-    ' *-'���"> ^ t'l"'*^' w        .1^��".'     Commencini at t poit pltnted at the wuth.
-���', !-'"�� HS'.IS 'h^",^?,?f   ����' ��m.r ol Lot iGS thence eut i' _f_Z
���_t ia.:,::- '.J*.,* of and Tunb.r Umtt No SWM   mon ���, )���,_ ,hwe, ���u,h ib ch,.tJ     ���   ��� ���"
.-   .. naiaa. tS.no. .tat to th. ahor. o!  ,btr,w ��wt 30 c,liint mor, or ,        ,       '"J
.    �� AauaMI ol 40 churn more or tea.   15 ch^���, mon, or ,���, l0 ^lnt o( ^m-ninninMI
���.:���   ileisf U�� altCM o�� Com. Ba>   ��r.t^r.mf 140 acnw more Er Imi. "l
���   -r .rm. thenc. *treMerly 40 ehains , Dut^ Mlrch 3i  ,,���    Elik,n s   DETW1LFR
-^,(comm.ne.menl.contlirlnf|Pub Aprillv John C��npi>:i. Asi'ot
AU. PERRY Ql'EENAN
!^.:  ArrST Ske��na ljind Histnct���Diitrict ol Cas.lar
Takr   notice   thlt   I.   Thomas   Micnnra ol
St.airt, U. Cm occupation min.r.ir.ter.al tu apply
sieetl Und Dt.��ne:-Di��ikt ol Cotat Rtnf. ��   for permianon to pu.-thtat tht loUotinf .:,��onbed
Taa. K-ac. tht: WiUitm Franklin Cirp.nt��   u"��;
Taa. acac.
ri Pnaw Rupart. B. C, oeeuptuoa reiuurtnt
-,.-dl to apply lor ���me-r.mmon to purchtM
. -.f imtentmi liad :
.*_���__m_f tt l poat piloted it lh. south Mat
ecrr* .'. ,-->.>��d  Ut  1712.  lb��re�� ISO chains
���Mth. tbnM ibout SS chtins wmi to Lot 26S6.
tsev. M (bust north, th.se. 45 ehtina ����
���__^et tx.: 25 chaina north to Lot to**), thenc
.    .     . ___t* eta: to tou-.h eait come, ot Lot
:���������  ts��:e�� tkan ii ehtiaa north to Lot ITU.
:t,�� �������� r-a..-j Mat to point ol eomnxne.
-.-:   c -tt.-.rt 1-v act... mow or Sua.
:���.-..-:>.   ���.!.:.-:���.
T^: ilarch 4.
Commencinf at a poet piloted on the njtt
btnk ol th. Naaa nver about four mi... tfaevt the
lorka ol the Ntta nver, tbenc a��auth SO chair...
thene. west ho ehtina, ihenee nor.r. M chaiu,
thence etat 1-0 ehtina to point ol comm r.n BMI,
eonttininf blu teres more or arts.
THuMAf MACGOVBRli
Kated March 25. 1'.-11.  Sidney Frank Uneht.Art
Tub. Mty IT.
Skeer.t Ltnd District    Dutnct of Ctaaltl
Tike notice thtt I, P.rey' Frtr.ci> 'a   laantl
ol Stewart, B. C. oecupatlon jourr.alia: ^r.ter.d to
tpply lor _ permiaaion to purchaae tha kiioair*
mmmmUM FR.KSIOJN CARPENTER   dSihb^ Und."
Commencing tl t poat pltnted on the right
btr.k ol the Nata rivvr about atven mile, above
tbe forks of the Nits nver. thenee aouth BO chalet
Ski na Lisi nirilati   ntmlal .! Coaat Riaf   6
------ -r��� ,       -_-; **,.___i   o_mi _1 "" ,ur" "��� "" -,*" nv��r- '""r ">u<n -o cr.iir^
-*���__* Rip^B   .     ��.m.v    <��ur island! ^r.0. eaat to ehtina to point of eomr ���
Biggr I* P��rm����oB to purthtM th. followiaf Knxt_rAIlt s,u ,������ mon. Jr Im.
*<-m   .*-* . ..   PERCY FRANCIS GODENRATH
r ���milm at a po* plaatad ��4 ehaiw aouth
- -   .... . . - ts..- !���- ��� : .zc :
: . , .mt. tx:tt <5 arhuai aorth. thmM TO
ehaba taac tbeo (5 eratsa aouth to point ol
nin awaf n" eoiuisiac 455 term, mora oe
mm   Pm�� r-n.-**l R R.R,S.E.Cof.
..::
S Ml.-.- 4 BENJAMIN RVSStL RICE
SkMU Lacd Dliatct���Datnct of Co.at
Ttk. txtrnt that Mn. L. C. Putnam  A St
". ���*_*.*__   cw.patwc   mtietr.   woctr.
���  a h art-y lor pw-iiMir to ptsthtM th.
>   .    ������ ���   -     ,- ..
Cca-ee<iit ttt poit pltaud it lb. to.-
.Ut Ne. ITM tsirltrd Mn. I. C. Putum s
*_r._H_: eanme. :_t_tm mm: 40 chtiat, thaoe.
. ���    -���. -,   :���_.������.���_.:   .     ��� .-.   -.-.r.*.
, aenh _> e_*a* to psat ol niaaiMWiiril. cos
'. '   ���  ���      .      .T-���   ~     ������      -    ������
Dau-1 Marti to '.SIL     MRS. L. C. FtTNAM
Ost. 1 P.ttsa AfM
*< .ZA -a--: . a:*:: -. _;r;: ;'. . _m..r
Tax, ::at..-, thai .   .   ���-- -   St.t:-.    .    .-:.-.
-    . ���--..-        .. -
.:: .    ':.-   :-���aa;:  :.   ;.tfafcaM  :**  t....*.ii
Saaci >-: haadi
~-.AZS.-_S   ��'���   ��
-.��� ���..-.: k ��� aaai .: :^�� :.:u .'
���:�� -. ��� ... _���. . ,- ��� .      ��� ...
MM  I     :s ������-;>-..       ���     ���   .
\i*e_*t  mm*.
isii      : :-:n : mitchel
rraioa t  Praavc   ".{.-t
Suahl Laad 1-atnet���Dutnct el Coaat Rit,-. 5
. __, MOM I" a: Amoete Lmck of Mmi Rupert
C. oteafmix-r. m*r*.    ist ada   to apply lar
te pnrmiM th. foUowst ime,ttm.
��� -. ���
:.: May
I    Cceaaadac at a poit plaatad M thor. ol
.A.    .-   ...-.
��� ^ ... '_.. . tttm *.-.- - . i" a.-.
n_e*__ imtk* abxa ��0 chalas aar I* Laketoe
Lak. ihaon mm- im-izt Mid like shraa ir a war.-
ar ���eiMXi ta po,st *t ntiuaaacaaa-.t: con-
���A.-t_- W acraa. toora or ia* Pott -natkai C L
J. W. Can.
Dual Fab. It. 1*11. CEORGE LEVICK
Pah Mirth 4.
REWARD FOR A
WOLF-SLAYER
Trophy Brought in From Porcher Island by Hunter
���   ken   :*...���    .-���.- g ���
ments i    .      - -     -. .- ���   ��� ���
I  " '    J   i-.r. B: | .
Sis.-a __z: [ A:rx:-*.>Atr_*.
Tti.  ZA*xt  ��������',  ��_is   i*w:,r__   . a=aros
rmi   Saaact   I   c. ocr.;��t��;c  ea.-.-
s::        - ;m���ZA..z :. ; -*:z���m
. :( :~c- -..-.   a::,
C-z__zte_zit a: a -<*  ;__���_.  a:-;���-���.  thn.
= jt�� ���;.-.:   :1 t.-e l.ru ;* tt�� ��;.-.��  ,��� :   i.i
���-   - MM,  t'aa  aaM  M
: i ���.    ������. ��� _.  :  ��� ���_   .-.   eia-sa.  tloa  Mat   ���
��ni.tAM FREDERICK CAM: I
- i:������   * :���     ��� ..-::
-:   Ma.   ��� FnstaeS  Presses. K_rz:
Dated March 25. lull.  Frank Sidney W n��ht. Art
Pub. Mty "
Skeeni Lind Distnct ���Dutnct A Caasiar
Take notic. that I. Junta Millar Johnston ot
Stewtn. B. C, occupttion storekeeper, intend to
apply   lor  permiaaion  to purchaa. the loUoviof
dwer.be^ ltr.da:
Commencinf tt t poat   pltnted ibout or.e mile
north from th.  Ntta n\-*rt tnd tbout r.
I       ���  tr.. forka of tb. Nats n.rr. ther.r,	
thenc. WMt fro cbains. ther.o  ���
' hence cast ao chtlns to poir.t of earni
m*nt. containlnf Mo acrrs _:..**. . r Um.
JAMES MILLAR JOHNSTON
Df.ed March 24. IMI.   Fnr.k Siir..    ***:_������   li:
Pub. Mty IT.
StanrM Und District���District ol Coast Karfe 5
Tike   notin that   I.  Chtr es   A.   Vtafku .'.
'���nr.ee Rup��1. B. C. occupation BlWllinl        :1
to tpply for permisaion to purchase tie '     - -.-
Commencinf tt t port pltnted or. the HMk
bank of Eachumsiks Ki,*r ar.d abaM taar nflai
. . ev.rrtuer.ee with the kYaaaji 1....-
-.   - --.t. therce r^ cha.-. ���   *
c-_:a wnt. thenc ,~i chiini south lc I
cotamerrerrer.t.cor.taininc -40 arr-
D.-ed Apnl 21.1��U   CHARLL-- A   VA
Pub. AprU 2V.
Siae��!i Und Dittnct-Dlstr .-: o' C"a-t
Tl��e r.otic thtt I. Mri. J< hn C. r ey of Pr.nce
I.-tert. B.C..occupttivn mtrr��i ��  "
t   a; ply for permiaaion to purchase tr.e f B al>l
described landa:
C.*nm.nctha tt t po��t pitr.-^d i   (bl M et,t
aiAt Ifti ehtina south from tha louthwest a-
lot 1TSS, Coaat District. Ranee 5. th��- Ml    "  -
rhuna. the-.-e taat 4    chair.,   '.-���-
^IA'iSS?^^ SaJEKTc'i *************mtssaas^MM.^ mjm
icum. B. C. c*cupt-.�� tc_mkm-m.. mtredr   Sl' **. eemmmc_en*__ containini .-   a.m
_ Meesa Lt: : I atnet���DttMCt c! CaasJ.-
.���At m* ���   -i  ;  <..'����� Ky-.. of :������
'-.:*'.ks   tmr.T_*__\
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7,   VMtena.
tc a::     ,';r r��rr Mn :< purer*m th. loUowiaf
:������.-  .     a- a
Consjitrlaf at a poat putted it tie Muthwaat
emnee et Lot *****. Ri-fe I Coaat t> sti ct.thanc*
M rlilM south thane* 4v chais. eas: ..**** to
chain, ncrth. thasr. M rvtis# weat to point of
Mt   - .������.-*..-���
MARY btitON CILOERSLCEVE
: Mad i:-   ;���  ;>::
fib.Mty ��.
! SkMaa Laad Dutnct���Dutnct ol CoaM Ruu. 5
Tate *__***** that'AlMandM Mdstoah of vat-
F    C.   occapattaa  raal  ali��  broker
.-taed. te a:p!y  Im pacmiMK* to purchaae tr.
ItSiaiLf i���t*.:m_ ���rAt:
CrmmMHni at a pan platted to chains m_*.
turn the acvttwsat cerMr ol Ut ,-e, ���
crauu 1M.U. Ubmm to ahtttu mem. thaw   -
ttmtt* tcrth. thsan tt chaini Mat te point tl
ciTTa.riMa.tt t*_1_____t tt* ten* men or Im.
land Arrfi IT. l��JL
ALEXANDER MelNTOSH
P.I. Mly i
Mr. Smii     -       -  ��� ��� ���.   l   '     '   ' ���     : ' '     -
gestshai       ..-..-..- .......    ���   ������- ��� ���-.   ���: ���
Beatrice Brought Machinery
���   lav wil
gai - .* in Rupert
���  i: Mci-.
RAILWAY MAN
rgoes now i ming
Pi ���'    T-   C  P  K  - S
I ' '     --   i     '���        ������:.;.      -     ghl
��� ���    ���    .     ..._...
was agricultural n
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'"      - ��� ghs or
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K     ���      Ar. ���*.[_;_���_���.
FOR STEWART
Manager   of   Canadian   North
Eastern Line Now There
 a La*.*. WMrtll   WmiMI if c���\t:
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���-   B:    (��ctpatMa taark. tataait t  im
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- -   -    tt r.i ���-.��� ��� ..,-.��    ��� i-a. u p��tt of
eacsaet ?t-~- l    ������_���-.��� ���. teem axe* or laaa.
. WlLUAM ANDERMN.
Dttec_.,-. Tt*.   ....: Cr.a.-^, b .<-^--_ Afrrt
P-t. r*s ���
mere or leaa.
MRS. JOHN   Utuea COELE1
Dtte Mtr. a\ Iril
Pub. Apr. t. I.-::
Sknna Uad Dutnct���Dutnct ol Cot,: ***** ���
Ttke notice thtt Mary Bm. B��:or. ol W-coa
*t*t, H. *.'.. occupation apisiuc. intend, to irw
fat neemlaaioo to parcaaM tba foUowinf Jescnt"
Comnuoanf al t pott pltnted at :'* * r.i
mm einet A Lot J��M��. thenc ibout N c-.aiM
torth to Ut IT2d. ihenM *0 chaim ueat t   u*
-. -.r��-.er thaw ts mm*** ***** u       ������'���
thunc 40 chaiM eaat. tl��rc 20 cha Ml
Ut *r_  iImm 20 ehaina mm. th.-ce . '
MRS, ttuoM 20 chain, mm to (���*������   '��� ec-st*
BMMaMMt. contti-.inf 1-0 lent more
Poat mt.-krd MB B-. SE. Cocvr
Dtted F.b.U. 1911.      VlARY BELX BLAT0N
ab Mirth 4
Stent Und Vutriet-Dutnct ol *��.��--1 *****
Uaatli
Tth. ncuee thtt _m�� H. U^ of Pita* _***_*.
ertmioj barber, intends I    ���
>.--. ___i I'Mnct-Dutnct t' Coast Kt-c.
TU. mum that 1. Uuchla. John Skanar.s at   ^__J^i^X��^^__^_."4
��� - -a.   B    (. .  oenpttsrs  leartee.  intend u  I.IZ purcntM im  io-.>. .
ipply kc j ii a ait to purekaM tM loJow.tj
. �����- -    .    .
Comits.c,r�� tt a poat p tuud ����� rhatta aouth
chaiM too:a   Una m* e__t_- aaat. theee. M
MaiM aorta. tMn 40 chuti eaa ta poict ol
MMMMtt, roatainma 100 acre, -non or mm-
LAVCHaUN  JlHN   SHANAHAN
��� :��� rr. mi.
Puh. May f.
(. . occupation barMr.
rrj
..   :���
Commerutnf at  a pot plantad ibaal ">��
-   -  *m: ard om mil. Muth !r
I    Crrei. Mm)M HtrS--r  :���
tree waea:  40 chttni. th��ice -
*'*** ���I 40 cht-ns. _-   -   , ....
" arch IT, Ull. CEO. H   U"
i -:   f.-_ .-^ Kur.i;��r ���   Vm
The Daily News
Amur for Vancover
i       '���������-���.., in ha    to-
lighl take ] .--���  gen
���      freight i    Vai     .-. -     i    .
- '     V   n ��last trip t    	
r some r..-. Beat-
rvi   will   mak Island   trip
������������". ������:���.. K .-��� .    ���.-
twict'
By tht   .'an   son last nigh- ���
���    Stewart Mr.  I>. ��� >
Le��-,< who  i- in  chargt     ���  the
Stewartendol tht Canadian N n
���   rn Railway.   Mr Le��is is to
5l ���  .:: for tlii  -��� .- ���
railway will  lx  rapidly
DELIVERED TO  ANY ADDRESS  IN   SECTIONS 1.
AND   6   EVERY  DAY
50c PER MONTH
For Rent
'���'���: Home on
Ave.      T   r\x>m*   with
h��ti'-       Electric   ligliurt.
r ��� \ rd     Ei _lmt I ;���.-...
Aatociad - written the Young
Toronto*, wil      ������..���..   f | .%-irg
them play a series        ���
- ������      pet
which   the
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Capitals   went   over.
five pa  ,ent ..f
thegati     So j   ,:.. ���     .       ���
M��^a _a;*. .-..--.r.-Datnct rf O^me Charlotta
.tie :.x.c ::i: r-tia Le. e�� rf Wm* ���   c
*-_:.  . ���    -.. ...... . ,
���z-*_m*m ta pttt-m* tM lo-ow.^ ���>,-. .
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r:.:  .er.  ���_.-  :.-.  -   - , .  ���    /    ...
- i- ->    i.r*et   w.ert   .:   ,= ;<��     ,.;;    St*c
������I'M. .jrtra-i Ita-        .-~   .    -,...,
���.isie. K  cu.a east, tlam M ahM�� neathi
ti��eaa K eia t���z :: ;. ,    ..
atid Mataattf tti itracn ;e mm
..:.: Mirr- :" :-.: rr.v.K *.V*KK
ran. Apr. r. '���.-.. --.-.     -,���
_S*m~* ---: amct c! Coast
.-a, :.t^, trat (?�� .. UtAet -.*. Kjataa-
"..- :��-.:tt>o: ft-rac. _t:rrj, ta tpale lar
{.J^1.""* m puH*-, tM IcCoaut Machlud
S*____f  * . *���  ****** ��� PCWMptaon. thWM
tfcMMMCtt.   IX__-   10   chMM   WMt   to   pert   cl
* *~ ~*rorr t".  -��� ���   x. -  - f        a*�������� ��� -��^     ���   mm
fcp**g��i*5ii. mii*MCH*TS.,m_TK
T*.t* Aftt t!. Tt*. Htspton. AfW.
S��*cu Uni D����xt-r>wtnct cf Caaat Rtra�� I
������� V^J^Li*- **^t*tm v3L
T*-  R c-  oacu^isoe  sum   't_nt  ta _tt_,
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mm_*____H'f ?m*__l*_****- '���'  *** **-.**���
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S22 1_T _?___*?������. ***_�� ���**** ��kM-��
M. Mrth M tfeajM u
uonk. exoiurr
.-���e--,a Und Diatrict-Di,:-   I
rahl ���   : ,-. that 1 B��iewn Met* -���
.     .-. Putnct-Dutnci rf Ce*_\ P.arf. i   R.fen  BC . oecupttKm Uh.��er.    '
��� :ttt Lettu McTl,uh ol Vttccunr    : ��� '��� * '.er-a.a..m to purchaa. th�� ���
���-e.pa-.ior   trtmad   XOMh.   tt***-*  to ' ��nlw0 Itndt. ..
i ���    '-rr.uMoa ta purchtM th. loltowtef     C.'-,rr��t>e-n4t it t post pltntwi th-"
imer.'.mi mt._t ha f ^ ��-n tn Msterlr dir��t   - ���'
 *t  .-  s  :-mt  ;._*���.    t-  Iha   MKh-     - Saat K.er where tha Lara Lake  ' ���       '..,
w��l eocMt 1W ehalta aaa aad tt chtfeu necth   and ~r>* mt.. <n a northarlsr du�� I
traa th. enhaaat tinn al Let 111*. Hart^ ,; mv: Uh Ua. trail thene. north  -
Caaat Putnct.Rt-f. S.th����M tt chaiM   th��-.�� w��t H chaint then.-e ���
Muth. tbnaa K chaiM eait. iMm t* chain,    '
���rr.'    ���������  re *i chaiM t��   tb.ee. tv chain,
south, tbeoca 40 chahu weat to post ol rnmaiil
_-,.. r .., . ., , . ,c^ r   ^   . ,^
Dated Mi, S. 1��11. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
Pot Mir f. rr��t W. Pehler. Af^t
*---r.._r   a.r��i   -*    cna:r��,   in��Ti��^   **���**. _._.
���  ������t chiini to point of ���
Nl   Ma- JoMPhHe-si   AfMI
Sa--a .a* : : .--.-    Datr -   ' Coat: '..-;.
Ttt* wtuc that Omi MrTnuh. A Vtacmrtr.
K-j.-        ,���   .
P C   eccopatiec inarrM nau. latrbda to i.-: ,>   dSoitad t____
lee ruMMiar *��� parthaM tM lotVrwttf OmoSES '
 s Una DM.nct-Putnct ol ���
Taae r.o-.ie. thit I. Jum. W*m*m
BC . eecupttion    tuctione��r.
. . oerupttKan
��� ;��rmUBon to   purchts.
������
IX   ertirasar.
t p<M pitrterf tt the Mutt**:
im  t--d  t*  e*--t  ' ���*.,.  ct
���Am raethats- ecnet at Lot 111*   Ht- -
Coast Dacnc!. Rt-fe (   tMc�� *<��� e*,,
tfsin KO chain. Math, them .
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rnudMu :.���.�����.:.
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Laad t>ut-wt-l>ut��et of Com Raice 1
MM. UM I. rrtu Huh. of pSTeJ
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Take r*-t �� ��� -at :
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\mt**t March it. 1��1L
:���-���  *.-.-   j.
im tiraMiii
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ClMMIteitU   It   I   PMt   t
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that*.   W Ala  Mat.  three.  _m~
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>-���    ' UH Sua rl��w about nlM ���*������
if. torke of tn. Ntta n,.r. thence laati
-   *rn  S> rSataa, thenc  rorth  ���
���   - ��� Ml M chiins to point ot mmm*
*���:*���_,,i_tUQ temmore rr "-���
JAMCS WEBSTEK
���ct   Itt.i Mtrrh 24. 1*11.  Frthk Siine) ��
r,*_\n. MrTAV;�����   ���** ** �����
rrafW.Bohuc *__-_.
Skwra Und DMrW-Putrict r!    .    *
Tasf  r.tic. that  I. ( harle. rrrif
* ���..,-   B   (.. occupation fr����h-.e'    ��� ' >
���   :-���runon   to   purcht*   '-
*******   '    * ..   ...  -. .
���-n-.f at a pwt plaatad cr
hark ol th* Naa n.rr about mx mtm
Icckl of th. Nata n����r. tr��r��v  ���
���*t*ee  mr**,   S'  eha.-s.  the-<r  north   '
ther-rr eta SO chiins to point .-I eorr.-c
.��--,.    _ ��� i   K���, ^������ mt *tm.
larrh 2J. |��U. CHAKLES I
Pub. May IT.      Praah Sidaev �� nf -'
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5k^T.'.1^!ir^-j;^�� < ***** tm_*m_
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Tave nrtr. t-a: ,   ; ~ ;lr, .. j .        r?V
P   i    mmmMm t.-,*_-���   ,tumi ��� a��Sr7 ha I ��� iST S"?" 2_T^a"*r* *���      ���-.    !___**_
Ccainaurtn, it a M. (teM ���� ...^^   ���**_**"
Mu-ha'd tailsa disttrt l- , ^,t .-?.-{, i__%*l
freer, a b��ad skv(>> !-- oSmiMmj MT^GS
the taat imta the  |^S Ktm,,, 1W,W��3
M ehttt lber��     -������  o a..,���   .___Z_*_ **r.
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mora ave.
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more ce tna
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JOE JACK
thSTaalSrS _*_[__ ss? nsK-
: s ^ v_��� ���
Pwb Aprs :
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_*_**,__*___**���**'��� ril.\NK HICKS
Statu u-      . - -   ha
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nr. B C M��a|��mu ph>MMa
tm)*n*_mt* ta apurett- ���..
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Skaena Ur��f Putfl��-Pi*Tict af Cai.i'
Ttke mw th.t I.  Phis   Edwin  Badi
-���.���i-.   Y<    i      occupatt'h   phirr.h��r.   II
���  wriasoa  to  purchtM  the *�� *
Jsaenl^i lands
Cmvttmtx,** it i pea p'.tnte>t tNvut
aecth et th. Ntta nnr tnd tN-ut rn*-
. ���    ���    -h.   lorha  ol  thf   Nits   Ki**rt  v
tbn�� north  �� chant, there. **���*���*
--���* w-jth m> chalna. thee*. "** v
pcart   of
,reror mm.
,t.   eontaininf' **    K THE   DAILY    NEWS
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COMPULSORY SALE
AT   THE
$30,000.00
Most Up-to-
date Stock.
To be slaughtered for twelve
days commencing Sat., May 20
CLOTHING
HOUSE
dJO A AAA    most up-to-date stock of Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps and Gents' Furnishings will be slaughtered
W^Vy\J\mW\J merciless for Twelve Days, commencing
Saturday, May 20th, 1911, at 8 a.m.
By the 4th of June we have obligations to meet amounting to about  $10,000.00  and  if same is not paid the firm's reputation is at
stake, and in order to raise this amount we are compelled to make this sacrifice, and to make sure to have  same   raised  in
time we are going to give the public of Prince Rupert the opportunity to purchase their Spring and Summer supplies
at   the  greatest  bargains ever yet  offered  in this  or any  other  vicinity.
Here are some of the Bargains
Hundreds More Like Them
Men's Suits
50 Tweed Suits, single or double
breasted, regular price C OC
10.50, Sale price    O.OO
100 Fancy Tweed and Worsted
Suits. Our reg. special Q AC
price is 15.00, Sale    9*9*9
50 Blue Serge Suits, double and
single breasted, regular Q AC
price 16.50, Sale    V.*7*J
100 Very Latest Fancy English
Worsteds, reg. price "M fiC
21.00, Sale price    ������������
35 Fine English Worsted Suits,
regular price is 25.00, 17 QC
Sale price    11**70
Your choice of the very best suits
in the house, values 29.00 _to
40.00, Sale price, your IQ QC
choice for    l*7*UO
Boy's Suits
50 2-piece suits, all sizes, regular
price  5.00,   Sale  price O QC
100 2-piece Tweed Suits, in grey
and brown, regular price O 1C
5.50, sale  price    0*1*9
40 Fancy Worsteds in three-piece
Suits, regular price 7.50 A CC
sale price   "���""
Men's Pants
100 pair Tweed Pants, reg. 1 CC
price 2.50, sale  l*~JtJ
200 pair fine Tweed Pants, 1 QC
regular price 3.50,   sale l****-*
160 pr fine Worstel Pants, ��� O CC
regular price 4.50,  sale  ������"il
Boots and Shoes
60 paii- Men's Box Calf Blucher
Cut Shoes, regular price O if
3.50, sale price    L**\*t
80 pair Men's Buff Blucher Cut
Shoes, regular price 3.00 1 QC
sale price    *��� W
All our 5.00 shoes in Patents, Box
Calf and Tan, your O QC
choice for    *9**/o
All our 6.00 shoes, your A CC
choice for   1.00
Boy's Shoes
40 pair Boy's Shoes, reg. i  OA
1.90, sale price  1. JU
40 pair Boy's Shoes, reg. 1 QC
3.00, sale price  *��� *****
Hats
10 dozen Men's fine Felt Hats, very
latest shapes in black, brown and
green, regular price 2.50, 1 AC
sale price    1.4��J
30 dozen very latest and nobby Hats
in all colon, regular 3.50 o AC
sale price, your choice &���***��
8 dozen Men's Stiff Hats, in black
only, verv latest shapes, ICC
regular 2.75, sale price  l��v��l
15 dozen Men's Stiff English fine
Felt Hats, reg. 3.50 and o IP
4.00, sale price    L.lD
Our entire stock of Caps at ragular
Half Price.
Sox
25c
50 dozen Men's  Cotton  Sox, all
colors,   regular 25c pair,  IA
sale, per pair    -*���"'*
32 dozen Men's Cotton Sox, double
toe and heel, regular 30c 1C
pair, sale, per nair    *-**%*
100 dozen Men's Wool Sox,
reg. 35c pair, sale, pair..
Handkerchiefs
200 dozen Cotton Handkerchiefs,
white, red and blue, full men's
size, regular price 10c each, C _
sale price    **C
40 dozen Men's   Silkine   Excelda
Handkerchiefs,   reg   25c,  IA
sale price    *"C
Ties
50 dozen four-in-hand Silk  iC
Ties,  reg.  35c,  sale price  ***C
28 dozen Silk Ties in Derby and
Bias stripes, regular 50c,  OC
sale price    LDC
40 dozen High grade Silk Ties, over
200 different patterns.reg.   AC
75c, sale price    IOC
21 dozen Silk Ties, regular CC_
1.00, sale price    DOC
Men's Suspenders
40 dozen Suspenders, regular  1C
25c, sale price    IOC
28 dozen Police and Firemen's Suspenders, regular price 40c OC
sale price   ��OC
Shirts
10 dozen Men's fine Shirts with
collars, regular price 1.00,  CA
sale price    JVC
28 dozen Men's Negligee Shirts in
very latest patterns, reg. OC.
1.25, sale price    ODC
Underwear
40 dozen Balbriggan Underwear,
regular   50c  a   garment,   OC
sale price, per garment...   *J*J\>
20 dozen Men's fine Zimmerknit
Underwear, reg. 75c gar- CA���
ment, sale price, garment ��Jvt
All goods will be marked in plain figures.   Green and Red Tags is the sale price and one price only.    Our usual guarantee goes; any
article purchased in our establishment can either be exchanged or your money refunded as cheerfully as we take it from you
Remember  the  place,  the  date,  Saturday,  May  20th,  at  8  a.m.     Come  early  with  the  crowds to the
ACME CLOTHING HOUSE
SECOND AVENUE
WE ARE ORIGINATORS
BEWARE OF IMITATORS
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Royal Bank of Canada
Head Officbs MONTREAL. Established isuh.
Ctpilal, $6,200,000
Surplua, $7,200,000
Total Aiaeta, $92,500,000
Savings Hnnk Department, $1 will open an Recount
Branchei throughout Canada and Banking Connections with all parts of the
United States
Agenta throughout the world.
ll. P, WILSON, Manager. Prince Rupert Branch.
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profit and satisfaction will *-*
obtained l>y limiting outsell t<
radishes, lettuce, tomati i ������'���'''
beans,   The young tomato plants
may be bought  from  the greenhouse later on and set out, but
01  uie   N'l"'"i   v""" the othei   seeds should he sown
couver  ilnl>  are   confident   mat
irters ol  tlie North Van-
they will have *\ seat around die
li. ('. I . A, board after
as early as possjble,   It is best not
M   i" be it o sparing of tin s
Dick   Douglas
its   Clarkson
frequently   pan   maj   i   i:""
(Murray, the Ravey Brothers, Ver-
rank  Roman,  Billy
GET IN NOW AND GET IN RIGHT
The following properties will be sold en block, nr separately
and on easy terns.
SECTION ONE SECTION ONE BECTION ONE
Block Lots Block Lots 27 42-43
., . BECTION FIVE
1" M+M     ;' ,.'.". Block Lots
11 l-M-4-6-6   10 16-16 .,.,
11 B-10   �� 19-20    " "
12 22    34 37-88   ' f M
13 21-22    34 42
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For prices, terms ami particulars, apply to
W. S. BENSON,
Second Avenue
AGENT
AllnnlK Realty & Improvement Co., Ltd.
Phone 214
""" ,'"' " ""7, ,x '  thinned
McKeown and Gibbons are among
the playt rs who v ill be seen  in
North Vat couver uniforms.
come tip. and il sown t< >
the   little   plants  can   <
thickl)
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THE   POWER  OF  LOVE
thc crack Victoria  In Which Women All tlu-World
The Christiansen-Brandt Co.
Real Estate and Insurance
We have some good buys In City Property.
Our Farm Lands proposition along the 6. T. P. are worth
investigating.
Come and see us or write us before buying elsewhere.
five-mile runner, and G. Willi.���
i roft, anotlu r well known athlete,
particularly renowned for liis bas-
k. t ball playing are in Northern
British Columbia. Both have entered tl i service of the provincial
government on the Skeena river.
Willisi roft will be back in the fall
fur thc basketball, but Joe is so
��� chat ti al wiih the mysterious
north that he thinks he may stay
there forever.
Tho difficulty that the X. L. U.
teams have to contend with i>
: aa; improved this year by the
affiliation of die C. L. A. with the
Amateur Athletic Union of Canada. Players cannot go back to
the C. L. A. after they have
played in the X. L. I', whether
it is ,m exhibition game or not.
Over Excel
UP    THE    RIVER
That is where the peopli   nr.- going.       You oar. ���:.-*.
GOOD FRUIT LANDS  FOR $14.00 PER ACRE
in tin' famous Lakelse District. In a few years this will
be ��ellintf in small plots for ?.".<> p. t acie. We have lev-
,-ral quarter lections tor sal*.        Call or Write. . . .
Thos. McClymont   -   P.O. Box 806
Frank  Gotch,  with   a   retinue
of seconds and trainers composed
of  his  wife,  mother-in-law,  and
several relatives, has been wrestling
with   die  furniture   problem   at
Chicago.   The champion had set-
tooswith settees, bouts with in.its
and Turkish rtpts, curtain poles
fireless cookers, and whatnots i
claimed    the   decision   in
a .- b.    Mr. and  Mr-. * lotch   iri
fitting   out   th�� ir   new   horn
llumlii'hit. la.
Repaihs. Carbons
Ribbons
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Prince Rupert Garden  Makers
Getting Busy
i iardening in Prii      Rup rt i-
a little different from gardenit _
re devi' ped city, but ahead)
some exi i llent results :;..\.- ' ��� ���
obtained from gardens on  Prim ���
Ruperi lots, and this j ar more
gardi   ��� than ever are
par d.
As - "ii as the grow d
readily worked it is time to |
some  :' the hardy vegetables,   The
seeds   :' some of thes ble to
; ������ - �� in starting, ai d the \
plai ts thrive better in the cool
weeks. Some v getables also r< ���
quire a long season in order to
attain to thc best size. Par- :'��� -
do. The sit-ds should be sown
thickly an inch deep in rows
in good rich soil, ai
ings should  b<   thil 11
���   -i\  im hi -
Ot        seeds whi Id   be
- soon as poss re thi
��� eas,  at'd parsh .    whicl
soaked ii       ������ ��� ;
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- I*u t in a drill   .
Thes ���
bles gi        ���   linly b)
sidera      gar-
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i utiliz'.-. i     -
We  are  quite  accus
hearirg love spoken of ������-  ���
ivntivc tu great i-tturts.    -
the greatest motive pov
world,  but   I  doubt   if wc ever
stop  to  realize just  how   .
that feeling of low   love for:    te-
one,  love  for something -utterly
permeates   this   whoh     xistence.
Hate is such a negative quantity.
Hatred   may   prompt   some  evil
action, and the harm wrought may
seem irrevocable, but is not so.
i ii od, not evil, is the powerful,
the conquering force in thc world,
ar.d even acts of hatrt :
of   working   the   evil   they   arc
intended,   in   some   mysteriously
Divine way are made forces for
good.
Everything that is done in the
world is done irom |i ve ol something; not only thc great sacrifices.
the acts of dcvotioi. but even the
smallest acts of our d i!> life, ire
built upon love. In manj ��� asi -
the love may be evi -��� Itish one,
Imt nevertheless it i- li ve,
1836 1911
The Bank of
British North America
75 Yeiri In latlnm.
Capital  and  Reterva Over $7,300,000
Letters of Credit
For ottr customers' convenience
e issue Letters of Credit payable
.11 Pounds Sterling for u��e iu
Sreat Britain and all parts of the
,vorl:. and payable in Dollars for
".se in Canada, United States,
'lexica', licrr.iuda, Bahamas, Cuba
,i:;il the West Indies.
We buy aud sell Drafts on
Prance, Genn.uy, South Africa,
Australia, New Zealand, India,
China and the West Indies.
Prince Rupert Branch ���
F. S. LONG, Manager.
$15,00
Our Lease Expires Shortly and we Most Vacate Premises
[ At the present time we have on hand a Fifteen
Thousand Dollar stock and not having secured new
premises we are compelled to sacrifice the goods.
[ We arc not overstocked, but being unable to secure suitable promises we therefor prefer disposing of the goods to placing the stock in storage.
[ It is not necessary to mention all our prices, but
to convince yourself compare our values with
those of others.
[ We do not ask you to buy, but invite you to examine our stock and prices.
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A Few of Our Prices
200 pair Pants, regular $2.50, Sale Price 1.45
Kill pair Pants, regular $3.25, Sale Price 1.95
Others at Similar Values
200 pair Shoos, Box Call*. Leather Lined, regular $4.50, Now 2.75
150 pair Tan Shoes, regular $4.25, Now 2.50
Others at Similar Values
50 dozen Fleece-lined Underwear, regular $1.50, Sale Price, per suit  90c
40 dozen Merino Underwear, regular $2.00, Sale Price, per suit    1.35
Others at Similar Values
Overalls, blue and black. Sale Price  85c
100 dozen Socks, regular 30c pair. Sale Price 3 pair for  50c
50 dozen Socks, regular 36c pair, Sale Price, per pair 20c
Others at Similar Values
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Prince Rupert, B.C.
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_l THE    DAILY    N Iv W S
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
���.������ uml District -Dlitriot A Court Rsjim 5
',,   . 'aaaik'.- that Mury Msnwret Qlllls A Vic-        Bkssns. Li
Tuku nouM
.nn.l District 'Dlitrlol of Can
,  '; ii'T ..�����'; n��t on'hmSiAoiMi  Intends to j   Tske notloe thst I, John MeDonsld of I'rlnoe
1 r v tor ooriHon i.a purohswi tts following ! Ruuert. B.C., ooouputlon hoielkecper, Intend, to
apply for pormlsslon na purohuie the followlnu
ctusi rlbod lands;
CoinmonclnB at a post planted three nnd one.
Innl' mllea In uu easterly dlreotlon Ir.mi the point
tm Ntma Uiver whore the Uva Uke trail begins
and ono mile In " northorly dlreotlon from tho
na.aal Lnva Uke trail, thoneo eouth eighty chains,
thenee woat mi chains, thence north BO chain*,
thence cai! BO ohains to point of obmraenccment.
onntaininu 040 acres.
Date l-'t'li. 8, mil. JOHN McDONALD
Pub, March In. Joseph Belway. Agenl
..,,���,.  |or pormlssloi
d"f?,!���monoinu ul a post plantod at tho north un��t
,.���,., ���l Lot BU87, thonoe 20 chalna west, thonce
", ",���u����� soulh. thonco 80 ohaina woat to i. 1.
'   ,    Litenee about 80 chuina north to Ukelae
', 'j' .hence moundotlnii sui.i rivor up stream in
" Joutlioaitcrli direction tj Ukelae l.uko, thenco
mounderlng mild lake to point ol oommcn��n:i.nt
nintaining '''" acrea. morn or loaa,
""Smaikwl M. M. G., N. K. Corner.
Haled Feb. 14, IUll.
l>ub.Mawb4.   MAHy MAU(iAU1,.T G1,    H
. a ,.,, Und Diatrict    District ol ('oust limine V
1,1,',. noiiiv ihut J��cl.  Bedford ol  Kelghley,
Yorkshire   England, oceupstlon over-looker, Intends i" apply '"r permiaaion to purchiro the
'"te'imoncliig at a noat planted st a point lit the
,,,;,;;ia i������i,a,i���rv ot timber limit BHMO sad iii
Skoena Und Dlatrlot���District of Caaaiar
Take notloe tlmt I Andrew Cummins! of Vsncouvsr. B.O.. oceupation eook, Intends to apply
for permiaaion to purohaao the followina deacribed landai
Commeneing at s poat planted three unal ons
half miles In nn easterly direction from the point
<ii Nous Hiver where the Uva Lake trail bofff
hiuthurly limit ol lot 8980, Kange 5  Coaat   near the trail, thenoa weat 80 chalpa. thenoe aoutl
wltore ihe sui.l limits intersect, thenoa  80 chains, thenco east 80 onsini, thenee north vi
. tin southerly llmll  ol lot B9B9 kUieaald  ehaina to point of
, projection thereol in an easterly di   ctiun ; uen.
enoomonL containing ill"
, ,i���r,. or less lo ihe westerly lit, i op Date Fob. 8, lull
.a. : 1)2501, Ihence iu u southerly ilire.tion   Pub, Mnr. ill.
ulaai.a' l h'' ISW1 nietiti.ine.l limit 11 ehuins mere
i,, the northerly llmll of timber limit 86775,
thonco ui a weaterly direction along the lust mentioned limil '" cliuins mere or less to the easterly
In,,,, ,,i liiulacr limit 88829, thenee iu a northerly
direction II chains more or lean to tho point ol
commencement
ANH1SHW lUIMaMINtiS
.laaseiih Belway, Agent
Bkeeua Und Diatriet -Dlatrlot uf Coust Rings V
Tske  notico  that  Bdith  Alice  Crowther ol
lltloK,    Yorkshire,   EngUUld,   Oecupatlon   spinster,
intemls to upply for permission to purchase the
following deaerlbed lumis:
i     Commencing at a post plunletl al lhe south cast
a corner of surveyed lot lllllli,  limine 5, Coast  Ills-
I trict, thence north slong the eusterly limit of Ihe
BStd lot 80 cliuins more or less to tho southerly
Slnena Und District -District ot Coast Rasp t| L'.'".it..."!...1:','t.;!.!^.r!',.!.'j,'n?auSl c,"!'."i ffiPISfe-ff?!?'
Kill
DaiiKlMarch ��, l'Jll
puh. March -���'.
JACK BEDFORD :
,', ', notice Ihul I, Cluru Muy Little ol I'rince east iilonl! tho southerly limit of tho last mentioned
,,.', |i C occuiiation spinster, inisnd to "it ol) cliuins lo u puint, thence in a louth-
,a,iv lor permlalon io purehaae tho lulluwing  erly dlreotlon 88   chains   parallel  to tbe  saul
dHbed landa! [ easterly   limit   ol    lot   31191,   thence   In .S west-
ai,..cnl'f.l lumis: jl.      ,.'""'���     ,..,,:
Commencing ut a post planteil st the north I "Iy     direction   Ml   chai
���,.! corner of Ut I ni'"', Range ii, Cout District   the point ol commeneemei
that BoBit   10 chains,  thonco  north  85  chuins   more or lesa.
thonco noil 111 chain' thence norlh 20 ehuins :..,,., , . ''-1;'
,)���.,���.,. weit 10 chains, tlience south 48 chnina to a JW"���March ��. IUll
D0|ni   ol   commoncenielil,   contuining   112   acrea    ' UD. Murch 16,
lis   more     or     less    to
ment contuining 210 ucres
ITH ALICE CROWTHER
jiuiiij
more or less.
Dated April 4,1911.
Pub. \|,ril 16.
CLARA MAY LITTLE , ,       , ,
Skwna Lund Distnat-Dial net ol Ciwsiar
Tuke notice thut   I,  Terry Qussnsn of  i'rince
ti.ita.-ri, li. c, occu|iuiiou prospector. Intend to
a ] tnd District - District ol Couat Range 6   spply, [or  permission   to  purcliuse  tlie  lollowing
I itlce that Eldon S. Detwllur ol llorlln,   deseril* I lan,ls:
Ont.' occupation il.ictor, intciula to apply  for      Commeneing at a post planted in the vicinity
���..���.   n,   purchase  the  following   ilescrihod   "J '*.""*' Ita>'. '*!""'* Ihree-clKhls of u mile soulh
1 uf  the moulh of the  lionan.a t p-ck,  and  being
anclng Sl  u poat plnnted ut  the south-   "?���'!"' easterly   liou.elnry   ol  Timber limit No,
mst corner ol Lot 1988, thonce eust 30 chuina [ ****. or N'o. 86880. thsnes south 40 chuina nlong
mora or lest, Ihence south -Iai chains more or lesa, I the eioterly hunt of suial  I imher Limit No. 36881
., li   ill chaini more or lesa, thencu north I Of N" g6��80 IU chuins, thene.. east to the shore ol
more or lesa to point ol coinnieiicunienl i *���'">*���' Bay, S dlstsnos of  ill chains mure or   ess,
1 thence northerly along the shore of (.nose llay
���10 cliuins more or less, thence westerly 40 chains
more or less to point of commencement, eonlaining
ltil) acres mole or less.
Dale.1 March 7, 1911. 1'EltRY QUEENAN
Puh. April 7.
iMining 1 Itl aerea more or less.
Dsted March 81,1811    ELDON S. DETW1LER
Tula. April 15' John Campbell. Agont
Skeena Und Disirict - District of Cassiar
Take  notice  that   1,  Thomus   Mucgovcm  of
Stewart, n. *.'., oeeupatlon minor,intend to apply
fur permission to purchuse the following describee
Commencing ut u post planted un the right
i..r.la aal the Nuns river itliiuit four miles above the
fori ol lho Nans river, Ihence soulh hO chains,
. .. i B0 cimins, Ihenee norlh M> chuins,
these < at mi chuins to point of eommeneement,
.  atsining 640 acres more or less.
THOMAS MACOOVERN
Dated March 86, 1911. Sidney Frank Wright, Agi
I'ul.. Ma> IV.
Land Districl     District of Cassiar
Talk.- notice ihut  1,  Percy  Kruncis (ioalenralli
af in   ..-'. Ba ('., oeeupatlon journalist .intend to
i|a|al..  fur permiaaion tu purchase tiie following
landa;
Commencing at  u post  planteil on the right
:.   Naius river iilioot seven miles above
Ilia, lurk* ..I the Nuns river, thence soulh 80 chains,
I   .Ml chains,  thencc  north  Ml  ehaina,
Uwnee i a    -ia ehalns to pnint of eommenoomont,
ca j lalning ''HI ucn-s mon-or leia.
PERCY FRANCIS GODENRATH
Skeenu Lnnd District -Districl nl Coust Range 5
Take notico thut William I'Vaiiklin Cariaoiler
ol I'rinco Uuis-rt, I). ('., occupation reataurnnt
keeper, intenda to apply for permission to purchase
tiie fol'.owing dcscrilieal land :
Commencing nt n pest planted at the south cast
corner ut surveyed Lit 1712, thonce KO chninn
soutli, thonce almut 35 chains weal to Lot 2056,
thence 20 chuina north, thenco 45 chains west
thence nlaiut 25 chnins nortli tu Lot 30Cit. thence
iilMl'it 30 chains eusl to aouth ciutt corner of Lot
30GS, tlience aliout 35 cliains north tn Lot 1711,
thence aliout 55 Chains east In point of commence
ment: containing :��� " acres, moro nr less.
Dateal l'eh. 15, 1911.
I'ub. Murch 4.
WILLIAM FRANKLIN' CARPENTER
She na Luml District���Districl ul Coaat >*?ng   6
Take nonce  that   Ronjamin   Ruessl    Rice ol
I'rince Rupsrt, B, C, occupation wniter, Intemls
to upply for poriuission to purchase the folhwltig
ilescrilaeal lands:
Commencing at a post planted 05 chains south
��� irj.'a. Hill.  Frank Sidney Wright, Agl i , < omniencing
pub May 11 from the south eust come   ol Lot 3000, thenco 70
I chuins west, thence 1,5 chums north,  thenco 70
l.ao.al Disirict    Dislrici ol Cassiar
Tata notiee thai IJJsmea Millar Johnaton ot  H!  it___a*_rt_.,
i     a .   a.ocupuiion slonl:ee|ier. inlend lo      ,","''!,   '''; V' 1
apply faar permissiun lo purcliuse the lollowing   ' UD "'"rch t. i
purenase tin- rouowtngi
l.llaals:
il ,��� in  :i (lost   planteal sbout one mile 1
n.arth Jr.. i ilaa.   Naas river an.l about  nine miles !
ail iii,- Nans river, Ihence north 80
. ihenn. wast mi chains, thenee south B0
chuins east, thence 05 chains suuth to puint of
commencement; cuntaining 155 ncrea, mure ur
less    I'ost marked It. R. R., S. E. Cor.
BENJAMIN  lU'SSEL RICE
Skeena Land 1 lislrlct���District nl Coaat
Take  notice tlmt  Mrs. L.  C.   I'utnnm   ol St
aui,    Minnesutu,    occuputiun    murriisl    wolnnn
��� a i -o chuins lo point ol commence- j intends to npply lor iiermission to purchase the
lalning 640 acres mora or lees, followiBg.deaerlbed lands:
JAME8 MILLAR JOHNSTON i Cemmenelng stt poet plsnted st the southwest
1)1 March 24, 1911, Frank Siiinev Wright, Agl corner ol Lot No. 1733 marked Mrs. L. C. Putnam's
I'ul. M:.v 17, i northeast   corner,  llience west   III chains,  thence
'south   SO chains   llience  easl   40  chains,  thence
north hi) chnins lo post  of commencement, con
I ind  Di.tncl -llislrict  ol Coast   Range t   mining 380 MM BOSS OT leaa.
Ink.   notice  that   1.   Charles   ,\.   Vaughan  ol   Dated March 20 1911.      MRS. L. C. PUTNAM
lliert, B.C., oeeupatlon nierchunt. inlend    Pub. April 15. (leo. It. Putnam   Agen
to apply [air permission to purcliuse the following!
landa:
���anai;  lit   ll   post   planted  on   the  south
I tchumsiks  Kivor und iil.oiu  lour mil.-.   Skivna Land District -District ol Coast  llunge 5 ]
Iraain its caiiillti,ai.ce witli '.he ski u itiver. thenci-       "I'uke notice tlmt lieorge l.evick uf Prince itopert
eaat, thenee ao cliains nonh, thence mi i B, C, oceupation clerk.    Hit mis   to apply lor
���  '. I hence Wl chuins south  to point of, permission   to   iiurchase   tlie  following   d,*crilicd
commencement, contsining 640 aerea more or h-ss.   , lands: I
Dated April 81,1911    CHARLKS A.  VAl'tJHAN        Commencing   nt   u   post   planteal   on   shore   of.
Pub. Ai.nl 29. Lakel-e 1-uke alioul 60 cliains north east from uutlet I
of  said   lake (Lakelae   River:,   thence  20  chains I
north,   thence   lllmut   60   chains   east    tn   Lakelse
a Land District- District of Const Lake, thencc meandering said lake shore in a west-
Take notice that L Mrs, John Corley nf Prince | erly direction to puint of cuinmencement;   con-
1 I: C.ooeupstion marri.sl woman, ititemls ', taining 80 acres, more or less.   Pust matked (1. L.
uapol) for permiasion to purchase the following I 8. W. Corner.
���:���-ani.,1 lnnd,; \1at��,\ Feb. 11, 1911. CEORGE LEVICK
Commencing at a post planted 40 cliuins east   I'uh. Match 4.
ons saaulh from the southwest corner aat
, Cosat District, Range 6, thenee south 80
thanca essl 40 cimins. thence north sn
taalna, thence weet 40 chains mora or less to the
haaim aaf coiiiiii.a|iceineiit,  coiitiiiiiinir  880 acres
iii'-ie a.r less.
MRS. JOHN (Lottie) CORLEY
Dste Her, 2o, pin
I'uh Alar. ���I. ilill
BtoMI Land District���District ol Coast Range 6
lake nutice that Mary Hell lleaton of Vancou
)'���'. u. I .. occupation spinster, intends to apply
�� Permiaaion to purchase the lollowing descrihed
Commencing ai a post planted ut the nortli
' ������' .' r:ar ,,| Lut 3980, thence abuut 30 chains
[tl ;    i"i 1788, thsnee SO chains west t-  Lot
thence aliout 30 chains south to Lut 8981,
I  . e' ,    __*"��*' ''ust. Ihence 20 chuins soutli to
'   ' ���-   <l ce 20 chuina east, thenee 20 chains
o  '. thenea 80  chains east  to  point   a.(  com-
���  ''  nentl containing 2-.0 acres in ,ro ,,rlcss
Peat marked M. II. II., S.E. Corner.
���'I'.-i   -I'.lI. lull.      MARY BELL BBATON
uh Mar^h 4
1   I Uisi rict  -District ol Queen Charlotte
... , Islands
lake notiee that (leo. II. LalU of Prince Ituiterl,
* .. occupation  hurlicr,   inleudn   tu  applv  lor
   purchsse  the  following   described
Co mianring al  a post plsntsd  about seven
I   and  one  mile aouth   Irom   tlie   mouth
������    ' nek, Naaleii Harbor, thence soulh hll
ce wsat   io chains, thunce north ml
" eaat 10 cliains.
'"���*; In 1911. GEO. II. LAIN
'"���AorilSB. Numa Demers. Agenl
��� ��� Und District-District of Caaaiar
, ;i .Hint I Bolcom McDonald of Prince
1 ' .occupation laborer, Intenda to up
"misaion to purchase ihe following do
."a'ai lanua!
���
"fog ut a post planted three un.i
u an eaaterly direction from the point
.'er where tho Uva Uke nail begins
milO  in   :i   northerly   direction fi,,,,, l|���.
.   '���     '    "Hie  trail,   thence  mirth   sn   chaint,
I   80  ehains.   Ihence  south SII chains.
' i'* ennlna ta.  n ���r commencement.
|( '��������� ''I" acres.
��� 'oil. holcom McDonald
i'ub. Mur! ]'.,. '
.losenh Heiwuy, Agent
i Un.l District    Districl of Cassiar
"'"   thai  I. .lames Webster Eaplln of
si'ii!-  ','- ,   '' '."���'.���"I'uiion    nuciioi r, Intend lo
'''���'""!'   I 'landa':'"""'"  "'   lm']mm'   * *>"   'ollOWlag
h.i'i.i""'.'.''!','''% '"  ", l"ml  planted on the right
M���. i,.,    ,,,N"'.'" rlv."r about nine miles above
oi thei Naaa river, thence nuth so cliuins,
'      su chums, ihence  north  SO chains,
a�� 80 chains to polnl of eommeneemenL
840 aerea mere or leaa.
h"    '',-,.1, m  ,���J,')M.KS WEBSTER F.SPLIN
];.' ������'��� 1811. Prank Sidney Wright, Agl
,   ,'''l'i"l;|I District    Dislrici ofCsaslsr
-���     , ",*:    !""   I.  Charlea  Frederick   Melcnl
appl    ,;,;���������'���.,'.-."" Itlon freighter, inlend III
i   !;;,;"."""" "relms,. the  lollowing
0 ��i   rttho'lJ, "'   "  ""���, "I""i  "ii  lhe  right
,',   " '"aaa river about six mllea above the
"I the n
ins river, thencs souih su ehains,
���Ml chums,  ,,���.������,   ���������,,  M  ohR,nJ
���      '?��8W.c���mo���P���drli,9i.?f,lomn,,n!"m,,nt'
f ..,'."��� J**". '"II. CHARLKS K.MKTCALK
''���     Prank Sidney Wright, Agent
'aaaril     ,1
I   II
���>:   n   ��� ,,rk;    ptotrieto CrwIftT
i   \ lha'   -  BortlB  Edwin  Badgsr  i
iicrn7i��;"!"|m,l"��' i��l'""i...r,  Intend ta
" "It*1 ,l P��l pentad Bboul ona tnlla
81   unl   nboul   MVon   milim
SntBI Land District��� Dictrict of Const 1;.m i->��� ft
Take notico tlmt Mury Beaton QManloava of
Victnriu,   II.  C,  occupat ion   hniisckci'prr,  tntcmlf
to npply f��r parmtalon to purehaot tm> followini;
i doocnoad lamls:
Commandni ut a post plantad at the southwest
corner ol Lol Wt>. rauiga ���'������ Coaal District,thanoa
hi) chainn soutli thotuf 40 cimins cast, thence 80
chains north, thence in chains west to point of
coniineiuH'ineiit, containing It'JO aena mon- or less.
MARY BBATON QILDERSLEBVE
Date.1 April 17. IUll.
Tub. Muy 6.
Skeeno Land District District of Coast RatUM "��
'lake notice thai Alexamler Mcintosh of Van-
coin or. It Coa occupation real estate broker
intemls to apply for penntatoo tO purcliuse the
followinK deiCrlBad  lands:
Commencing al B post plantetl -tit cbnins pouth
from Ihe ���outnweal corner of l.ot !'��!��, tl.enre BO
Chaini south, thenre 10 chuins wost. thence 80
chains north, thence 10 chains caM I" point of
ciintneiH'oniont contnininK B20 ncres more or less.
Dated April 17. 1911.
ALEXANDER MclNTOSII
Tub. May 6
Bkaana Land Di-trict     District of Coast Range ���'��
Take notice that  I, I.auclilun John Slmnahan of
Victoria!   It.   C   occupation   toucher,   intend   to
apply i-*T perm Won tn purohaaa the tollowlni
deecribed lnnds:
Commencimt -*��� ll linM pbinted t<�� rlmins south
from the soiithoust corner of l.ot 8000) llience 40
chnins south, thonce 40 cluiir.s west, thenco 10
chuins north, thenci- 10 chains eust to point of
commencement, contuininu I(10 ncres mon- or losa-
LAUCHLAN JOHN  BH AN A HAN
Dated April 17,1911.
Tub. Muy lb
Skeena Land District District of Coast Range &
Take notice tlmt Lottie McTuvisb of Vnncouver,
11. ('., occupation married woman, intends lo
apply for permission to purchnse the following
deacribed lnnds: |
Commencing Bl a post planted ut the northwest cornor 100 chains oust nnd 'JO cimins north
from the northeast corner of Lol 1118, Harvev s
Survey, Coiut Dislrici,Kange :��,thence BO chains
south,' thonce 80 chains onst, thence 80 chnins
i north, thence 40 chuins wost, thence 60 cimins
south, thence 40 chains west to post of comtm-n-
potnent.coiUnininK 100 ncres moro or less
Dated May 2, 1011. J^JJJWfiAl  S3
Pub. May 6. Fred \\. Hnhler. AKent
Skwna Lund Districl -Disirict of Coast Range B
Take noi ice I hat (1 race M rTuv ish, of V ancouver.
H. ('..occupation murried woman, intends to upply
for permission to purchuse the following doseriheu
Commencini: at u post planted ut the southwes
corner 100 cimins eusl und 110 chaltU north of
the northeast corner of Lot 1116, Harvey s Survey,
Const District, llantie o, thenre in chnins eust.
thence 80 chnins north, llience 40 chains wesl.
thence 80 chnins soulh to post of eommencemenl
contnininK :ii!0acrert more or less. Ujp.Vtau
Dnted Muy'J, 1911, ��54SS,��fiAXSS
I'ub. Mny ti. ���r>d W. Bohler, Agent
Skeona Lnnd District   -District of Consl lUngaB
Tnke  notice  that   I,   FrnnU   Micks  of   Port   Ls-
llngton,   occupntion   merchani,   inlend   lo   apply
for nermlailon to purchaaa the following deeerloeii
lanaii .        .        ,,
Commencing at a poll planted on tbe south
bunk of the Kxchumsiks Rive? and nbout four
milw from its conlluenee with lh" Skeona Hiver,
thence 80 chains wesl, thence 81) chains north,
thence  MO  chains  enst,   Ihence  south   80  chains
to point of commencement, eonlaining B4U acree
more or lesi. .������   .,,.,,.,,
Duled April 21, 1011. [RANK   HU KB
Pub. April B0.
Skeena Laml District District of Const Uange 5
Tuke nolice (hat 1, Bell Hull Kenney of Yarmouth, Novu Scotia, occupulion murrioil woman
intend to upply for permission to puicluiHO the
following descriliod  hinds:
Coinmencing ut a po.-l planted at north oust
comer of T. I, Lot 88628, thencu running we.-t 10
chuins, thenco north SO chains, the.uv oust 10
chaine, thonoe eouth 80 chains to plaoo ol com*
moneotno.il contuining 820 acres moro or loss.
My post is on BOUth eust corner of land applied
for. marked loiters S. L., ubout one mile west of
Lake Lakelse, south side of Skeena liver District
of ( oust   Kange 5,
Dated April 89,1011. DELL HALL KENNEY
Pub. May 18. John lluvi rty, Agent
Skeenu Luml Dihirict     District of Cassiar
Tuke  notice  lhal   1,  James   Dunlop  of   Prince
Kuperi,   11.   C,   occupation   ten uslor,   inlend   to
"PPly   for  permlulon   to  purchase   tbo   following
described  lamls:
Commeneing al u poet  planted aboul two  miles
-lOUth of the forks of the White and Klal rivers,
Ihence   norlh   NO  ohalni,   t aenco   WQBt   80   cliuins,
thence louth Ml cnains, Ihence easl 80 cbaiilH.
Dnted April Is. 1911. JAMES in NLOP
Pub. Mav  18. Francis S  Pro.stoti. Agent
BkOOna Luml Disirict Disirict of Couat Range B
Tuko nolice that Annie Mussullem uf Prince
Rupert, B. '.. occupalion married woman, intends
to upply f.ir permlnton to purchuse the following
deecribed lands:
Cummeiicng al a post  plunted nt  u post ut the
aouthweat corner, no ahalne east In "a >V E. corner
of Lot 11 u��, Harvey'e survey, Coaat District,
Range ���'��, thence eaet 80 chains, tbence north 40
chains, thenci' west Hi chuins, thunce soulh '^0
Chalna,   thenci'   eust   ^t)   chuins,   thenw %outh   80
chuii.s to point of eommeneement, oontalnlng 120
acres more or less.
Dated May S, UML ANNIK Ml SSALLKM
Pub. May LL
Bkaena Land DUtrict-District ol Caaaiar
Tuku   notice   ihul   1,   Thomus   McMeekin   of
Prince Rupert, H. C��, occupulion elark, Intend to
upply for permisttion to purchuse the following
deseril oil lands:
Commencing ut u poat plunhd ubout two miluu
souih of ihe forks ol ihe White and Kim rivers,
thunco nortn 80 chuins, thunce oaat 80 chuins,
Ihunw south 80 chuins, thencu west M0 cliuins.
Dated April 18, l'Jll. THOMAS MoMEBKIN
Pub. Mav 18. l-'runcis S. Pre.sion. Agent
Bkoena Land District    District 1 f Cussiur
Tuke notice ihut 1, Charles L. DalgroVOOl Stewart it. *_:., occupation prospector, (ntaui) to upply
for permU-i.'ii to purenaee the folluwmv, described
lunds:
Commandng ut u post plunted about six miles
south und one mile weet of thu forks of the While
and Mai rivers, thence south 80 chuins, thencc
enat 80 ohalni, tnenoa north sti chuins, thonoo west
so chuins.
Datad April 20,1911 CHARLES DELOROVB
Pub. Muy 13. Iruncis S. Preston, Agent
Skeenu Lund DUtrict - DUtrict of Caaaiar
Tuku notice il .11 1 Kruucis S. Preston of Prince
Rupert,   P.  i'-, occupution pnispector(  intend to
upply   for  permission  tu  purchusu  the  fullowing
descrilied lunds:
Commencing ut u post plunteil ubout three
mile* south und two milos west of the forks ol
thu White und Flul rivers, thence Miuth 80 chuins
thoneo oaat 80 chnins, thence north M) chuins,
thencv wost  SO chuins.
Duted April BO, IUll. FRANCIS S. PRESTON
Pub Afay U
Skeenu Lund District -District of Cussiur
Tnke  nolice thut   1,   Hrehton  Jordoti   Moore of
Prit.iv Rupert, It. C., occupalion cuntructor. intend
to upply (or permission to purchase the foButtiug
described  lnnds:
Commencing ut u pot>l plunted almut .1) thrw
miles south und (g) two miles west of the forks
of White und Flat n\er-, thenci' SO cbitins south
thenw 80 c. ains west, thenw so rhtiit.it north,
thence ,s0 chaina eust.
BRENTON JORDOM MOORE
Duted April 'JO, 1911.      Francis S. Preston, '���.������������
Pub. May 18*
Bkaana Lund DUtrict     District of Cassiar
Take   notiw   that    1,   Chaiiee   M.   Knuusit  of
Prinw Rupert, 11. C, occupation fanner, intend
to apply for permissiun to purchase the (ulliiwinn
deoorlbl d lands:
Commencing at a post planted ubout i,U thrw
mili-s south and S)tVO DuHl eroal of the forks of
White river und Flat river, ihence nouth 80 chuins,
Ihence wesl SO chains, thence north SO chains,
thenw east SO chains.
Dated AprU20, 1911.     CHARLKS M. KNOI SK
Pub. Muy Vi. Francis S, Ptvsion, Agent
Skwna I u;.i District    Dintrict uf Cantor
Take noliw ihut   I, Swan  Hullcn of Stewart,
H.   C-,   occupu 1 mi   t- n ;-.-:i..;,   intend   to   apply
fur |HTmis>ioit lo purchase the fullowing dencrilieil
landai
(ommencing ut a pi��t planted about (8) mllee I
'iniiii und one. I) mile west id the furks of the W lute
und Flat rivcrt, ihence so chains south, ihence so
chains  east,  thenw  SO chains  north,  tbenw  SO
chains west.
Doted April 18, lull. SWAN  OALLBN
Pub. May LL Francis S. Proaton, Agen*
Skoona Land District    District of Cassiar
Take notiw that  1, Juhn I.   Mitchell of Princ
Itu|HTt. IL C, uccupation buokkwper, intend to
apply  for  permissiun  to  purchase  the  fullowing
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about > Rva
miles south and il) one mllu west of the forks of
the White and Klal rivers, thenw north &0 chains
thenw east SO choins, thencu soulh hii chains,
thence west 80 choins.
Doted April 18, P.HL JOHN L- MITCHELL
Pub. May 13. Francis S. Pr---1- n. Agunt
Skeenu lJind DUtrict - District of Cassiar
Take notice that   William   Frederick  Cameron
uf   Prince   Kupert,   IL  ('., occupation   carpenter.
ntends tu opply fur permission to purchase the
following "le -tiI...I lands:
Commencing   at   a   post   planted   about   thrw
miles nouth uf tbe forks of thc White and  Flat
rivers,  thence suuth  80 chains,  thenco  west  SO
chains,  thence north  so chains, thenw east 80
chains.
WILLIAM FREDERICK CAMERON
Dated April is, 1011.
Pub. May VA. Francis S. Pre��tun, Agent
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Stikino Luml Diitricl     hi niu o| Cuuulor
Take notice that Christian .v Torvo ul stikino,
1). C��� occupution custom of! cor. Intends ta uppL
lor poriuission to purchue tlie fullowing described
lund:
Commencing at u posi plantod ubout three*
ipmriers of I mile nurth oosl from Uluoler Hiille
und on the OBlt bunk ol SUklllu Itlvur and on the
south etdo of the mouth of 11 lit ilo crook, ihemv
uust 40 chuins, thunce north i'1 ohuiiu, thonce
wesl -10 chuins, ihence aoulh lo chnina ta patnl
of commoncement und containinu p,o acres rnoro
Dated Fob. 10,1011.    CHRISTIAN A. TERVO
Pub. April 7.
Bkaana L��nd Dintrict -District of Queen Charlotto
lelandi
Tuke notiw Hint  J, il   4urphy(a( Vanoouver,
it. t'., oooupatlon oommorcio) travoller, tnte tdi
to upply for permiooion ta purchaso the toUowlnB
dOBOriDH lumis:
Commencing ut u po.t planta 1 aboul ievon
mileo west und une iuLo routli Irom the mouih
of stunly Creak, Naden Harbor, thenoe north su
chuins, thenw west 40 chains, thenoa south  BO
cliuins, thunce oust  10 c    in-..
Duled Murch 17. l'Jll. J, II,  MURPHY
Pub. April 2\l. N1111111 Homers, Agent
Bkaana Land District   Diitricl of Caatlar
Tuku nutice thut  l,  Mar)  Carlo ol Stewart,
H. Cs, oooupatlon married * an. Intend to apply
for permission to purcliuse the lolluwing deseribud
lump
Commencing at u pool planted two (g) miles
south und [2) two mine west of the forks of the
While  uml   Flut  rivers  Lhonct   80 ehalni north,
thenw  SO chums  wont,  th ������  HO  ehalni  south.
thencu 80 cimins uust.
Dnted April 80, lul 1. MARY CARIN
i'ub. Muy IU. Frutuu S. Preston, Ayent
Skwnu Lnnd Distrioi    District ol t aaalar
Tuke notloe thut I, Juhn I iiwin ol Princo
Rupert H. C. occupution lal�� m, intend tti upply
for permission to punbaae the following deeenbeo
luntls:
Commencing ut u post planted about -> two
miles south of the forki ol the White and Flat
rivers, ihunw souih 80 ehaina, thonco oaat 80
chuinH, thenw norlh SO chums, thenw WOOt B0
chuinn.
Duted April IS, HUI. JtHIN   UN WIN
Pub. Muy VA. Francis S. preMou, Agont
Skwna l^untl District    Dbtrlot ot Caaaiar
Tuke  nOtlOO Ihul   1, Alfred   Perrymuu   Williams
of Prince Rupart* H. C., occupation maroliant
intend   tO  apply   for  permission   to   pUKhaaO   the
following diwcrilufl lunds1
Commencing ut u posi planted ubout i'i) t ,vo
mill's south of  tbe  fork> ol  lho  White and   I-lul
rivers, thenco 80 chuins eouth, thonoo 80 chaine
west,  thenw 80  chuins  north,  theneo  so chums
eust.
ALFRED BERRYMAN  WILLIAMS
Dated April 18, 1011.      I���'runci- S. l'n*ston. Agent
I'ub. Muy LL
Skwnu Luml Disirict    Districl uf Casidur
Tuku notice thut 1, taaao O'Urln  Porboo ol
Priuw Kufori. H. **'.* occupation carpenter, Intend
lo upply for permission to punhaao the following
described lands:
Commencing ut a post planted ubout liv m0e00
south und une mile oroat td the b>rks td thoU hue
aud Flat rivers, tbence north so chains, theme
w��M BQ chains, thencu south BQ chains, thance
eost 80 chainn.
Dated April 18,11*11. ISAAC O'BRIEN FORBES
Pub. Muy HI. hruncH S. Pweton, Agent
Bkaana Lund District    Unmet ol Coaat  Itunge ft
Take not ce that 1, John luii Peters of Prinee
Kupert, It. C, occupat on clerk, intend to apply
for iMTinishion to purchase the following described
lamls:
Commencing ut o post  plunteil about  thre,' an
one half miles distant   n u south westerly d root on
from o blintl slough Irom Obeervator) Inlet where
the same 11 ni ii,1 - the ImMun RaMTVO* thence
west Mt chains, thenw north so chalna, thenw
east 80 chains, thenw KHIth B0 chnini to point 0
eommenwmeni, cot.iuining t��tn hvv*v* more or \mt
Dutetl April ll. PJM. JtHIN IVAN PETERS
Pub. May LL
Skivna I .itM District Di-tru-t 01 Coaat Kunge 5
Take not w that Munlock MoRaeol Vancouver,
It. Cs, owuputiun real estate broker, intends to
apply for permission I* purchnse the loUoarloi,
daawhad landa:
Cnmmencing at u mst olniel ,1, tl., mu h
bunk <t Kxt bumsik* river about Ine mile.'- fn in
tt4 oonrtuanca ertth tba Bkaana river, Umca to
chains met, tbenee 'ju chains nonh, tbana tu
chains wi-^t, tbence 10 ehaino north, thence 10
chains eaat, ihenw M chaine nuth, Ihenca i"
chains ����st, tbence to ehelni eouth to point of
eommenomont, containing ;cjo nun's more or lem
Dated April gl, 1011. Ml UDtiCK McltAK
Pub. May LL
Skaena Land District- Districtof Coaat
Kunp* 6
Take notici' that I, Fred Garton, of
Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation farmer, intemls to apply for lu-nnissitm to
purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a posl planted at tin-
north east corner m ourveyed lot 1987,
K.i:ij:t- 5, Coast district, thenca north tin
chains to a slouch; thence west >
chains;   thenca south 00 chains;  thence
cast 03 chains to the point of commencement
FRED. CARTON
Dsted February 26tfa. i:ni
Ffitt insertion Mar. 11
Skeena Und I>itirict    District of Coast
Take notiw that tilenn McArthur ��� I Vancouver.
It.   C, occupaliun  real   estate agent   intenda to
apply  for ivrmlskion  to purchaae the following
-ii ���'!iis 'i lands:
Commencng at a piml nlantetl 40 chalna w7st
and bO chaina aoulh of the souihwent corner of
Lot No. 17.i:i nmrketl (ilenn McArthur's north-
weit corner, thenw sout1, 4>' chains, thence ua*t
HQ chains, thenw nnrth V chainn, thencc wmt
mi chains to po*t of commencement, containing
'A'tlii acren more or leas.
Dated March 20, 1V11.       QUENN McAHTIU It
Pub. Ai-ni 15. T. I). Uinl. \.-���   ���
Skeenn Luml   Dislrici     Disl riot  of Const   Range B
Tako notico that Henry Macartney of Prince
Hupori, it. Ct, oooupatlon minor, Intondi to npply
for normlwion to purchaso tho following deeenboa
landn
Commottolng nt n poit planted on tho nouth
uldo of Kxchumitki Uiver, nbout '.! 1-- milei from
i'i oondunnco with the Slioona Uiver -tnd about
1 Z miles wat from tixchumslki rapldi, thonce wi
ohnlni north, thenco 40 ohalni oaet, thenoe no
e'uiina louth, thonco 40 chuins west to point 0
commencement, containinu *v..a ucres mure or
lull.   Poat markod   'U.M. S \V. cor."
' Duied April 22, LUL     HENRY MACARTNEY
I Pub. April 89.
Bkeena Lund  District    Distriet of Const
Take notiee thai   L  WUliam  Melville Corley
; of Toronto,  Ontario,  oooupatlon  clerk,  inteml
to apply for permission to purchase the following
described landei
Commend na al a posi planted *-* tho northwest
c irner of Lot 8056 Uaag 6, Coait Dlitriot, tbence
call ii" ehuins. thonce north 40 chuins, tbence wesl
1.0 cimins to Hell's Data slough, thanco nlong
;.lough Houtberly to point of commencement, containing H>" aeree more or leei.
Dated April 0, lull.
WILLIAM    MELVILLE CORLEY
Pub. April iii��.
keenii Luml Disirict -District of Count Itange V
Tako notice thut Charlee 1*. titter of Pnnce
Rupert, u. c, oeeupatlon lurvoyor intemls to
apply for pormtialon to purohaao thu lollowing
deeorlbod binds:
Commencing id n {inst plunted ut lhe north BOlt
corner of lUrvayod lot ;i!'hl, Kunge fi, Coast District, tlience iu an eusterly dlreotlon uloiig the
southerly limit td mrvayed lui B991 uml tin* projection thereof 40 chuins to it point, thence suuth
I puridlel to the eaaterly limit of surveyed lot 8984
: aforesaid iio chuins mure or lan tti the northerly
limil of u limber limit (No. 48668), thencu weet
���ID ohalni more ur less to a point in the pro eel ion
j eoutheriy of the eusterly limit of lurveyed lot
;i!ist,  thence  tn   a  northerly  direction  along  the
KroJaeUon  of  the suid  limit   und   ulong  the suid
mil lit) chuins more or less to point or commencement, containing -10 ucres mure or less.
Duled Murch h, 1911.        CHARLKS P. OTTER
Pub. Murch B6i
Count Range 5 Lund District
'I uke   notice   that   1,   John    Hepburn   of    Kit-
HUiukulutn,   oooupatlon   furmer,   intend   to   upply
for permission to purchase iliu followng describe'!
lunds:
Commencing ut u post plunted ut ihe northern'
corner of Lot 8988, llieiico eusl 2U chuinn, thenca
souih    IU   chains,   thence  wwl   -U   chuns,   thenct
nurth 1(1 chuins to place ul cummoiicemcnt.
Dutet) March 18, lull. JOHN  HKPUL'KN
I'ub April 1^��,
Skeona Und District���District of Coast Range 5
Tako nutice that Aletander Beaton of Vancou*
i vT, 11, t'., occupation carpeiujr, Intandi to apply
i for permiasion to t��un*!i:i ���*��� thu following descrit>od
'lands:
Commencing ut a post plumed KU chains south
��� Irom tin soutli west corner of Lut 3UtT>. Post
marked A- IL, N. W. Corner, thunce Aa chuins
south, ihence AU chains east, thence Aa chainn
norlh. ihence M) chains west to point of cum-
menoamenti containing lioo urea, mon or loss.
Dated Peb. 18, 1911. ALEXANDER BEATON
Pub. March L
Skivna Uml Dstrict ���District of Queon Charlotte
Take   noi ice   thut   GeOTfO   Kri'.wll   of   Prlnoe
R'JiH'rt, lb Cs, occupation butcher, intends to apply
i for porntarion to purchaae tha following doMnfiaa
' lunds;
Commencing at a post planted about seven
mJes wesl utul twu mites snuth of lhe mouth of
Stanley Creek where it empties Into Nation
Harbor, (iraham Inland, thence au chtiins south,
thonc- wi chains west, thence f*a chuins norlh,
thence KU chans emt to |Hiini of commencement
und containing '-in acres mon' orb***.
Dated March IT. 11*11 QEORGE FRIZZELL
Pub. April 7. Numa Demers, Agent
Queen Charlolte Islands Und District���DUtrict ol
Skectui
Taku notice that 1, J. ti McNab ol Prince Rupert, occupalion general anot, intend to apply
tor permission to pros)>ccl (or coul and pctrcleum
u i the lollowing descrdnsl lands:
Commencing at a post plantetl at the so ��� '- ��� i ���'
cornur of Section ll, Townsh p 'J tiraham Island,
und marketl J Q, McN-, S. P. Corner, thence
weal M) cbuin*. thenco north M> chains, tbence
ml mi chains, thence south mi chains to point of
commencement.
Dated March \ UML J. G.  McNAR
Pub, March 88 Wilson (iowing. Agent
<keeua Land District    District of QlMM Charlotte
Ihlandn
Take notice that QeORO \V. Arnott of I'rince
Rups-n, II. C, occuiiation real instate broker,
intends to apply for permission lo purchase the
following divwntH'd lnnds:
t omn.encing at n post planted alniut BOVOO
im!< ami onediulf mile ��i"i nnd ono mite south
(mm the mouth of Stanly Creek, Naden Harbor,
thenc- west KU cliains, thonoe soulh 4U chains,
tlienc- east mi chains, thence north KU chains.
Datad March 17, 11*11. OBO. W. ARNOTT
I'uh. April '22* Numu I n-in, r-, Agent
Seu led   lenders   niblressed   lo   the   undersigned
und endorsod "Tentler for Publie Building,,Grand
Porks, U. C," will be received ut this oflice until i
p.m., on Monday,  Muy 89,  1911, for the con*
strut-lion of u  Public Untitling ut Grand Forks
ll.C.
Plani,Bpeclficatlon und form of contract can bo
seen uml forms of tender obtained at the office
of Mr. Win. Henderson, residenl architect, Victoria, P -i'., m tho post omce, Grand Korku, und at
this Department.
Persons tendering nro nol Hied that tenders
will not be considered unless mude on thelprlnted
forms supplier!, and ilgned with their net ual
ilgnaturee, itattng their oooupattoni nnd placee of
reildenco, in the can of tirms, the aotual bIb-
nature, the nature of the occupution,ami plaoo of
resilience of ouch member of the lirm must be
given.
Each lender must be accompanied by an ac-
ceptod cheque tm u oharterod bunk, payable to
the order of the Honorable the Minister of Public
Works, equal to ton per cent (10 p.c.- of the amount
of the tender,which will be forfeited if the person
tenderlngi decline to enter Into u contract when
Called Upon tO do so,or fall tO complete the work
contractnd for. If the tentler bu not accepted
the choline will be returned.
The Department doee not bind itself to accept
the loweet or uny temler.
Hy tirder,
R. C. DESROCHER&
Secretary.
Department ol Public Works,
Ottawa, April 25, 1911,
Newspaper! will noi be paid for this adverttoe-
menl if they insert it without uuthority from the
Department. 2
ALONG OL I WAY
\ Iii ile word ii kirn ess spoken
A motion or a lc;
i Hr.s often heal d th'i   licari tliat's
I broken.
And made a   'iencj sincere.
A  word    .i Im .   li is crushed  to
earth
Full many a iud ling flower,
I Which, had ai.mil ��� lml owned ils
birth,
Would bless life's darkest hour.
Then deem ii nol an idle iliing
A pleasant word to speak;
Ilu��� face ymi wear   the thoughts
you bring -
A In .ui may heal or break.
-J. G. Whittier
Water Notice
TRY    THE   "NEWS"   WANT
AD. WAY OF FINDING
LAND PURCHASE NOTICES
Nutiiv Is hereby j^ivcii that an appll
cation   will   be   made undiT Part V. of     T^rn',l,U,ni,d., !1,irlcl7lM^rlct of, v"*tar
.,    ,,,,.  ,      .   .     ,,.,���. ,,   .       Mi rsksnotlostsstUosephBslwsyofVsnoouvsr
till' \A liter Ai't, 1808, to obtain a I li.c. oecupstion pnwpsotor, irmamls to uimiIs- for
license In tbe Queen Charlotte Division | pormlsilon to purehsu tho following described
of Skeenu District,
iunds:
Commencins ��t B post plnnt.il two and onf-hnlf
mill's in an easterly direction from the lanint on
Naas Itiver where the Lava Lake trail U'tfins.
thenee wesl sn ehains, thence nouth Hi chainH,
then* as! salehiiins. thene.'  north  Hll chains  to
point of commencement, oontslnlng n-lii  acres
more a.r lens.
Date Feb. 8. UU JOSEPH BELWAY
I'uli. Mar. Ill
(ii) The name, address and oceupation
of tlie applicant is George Yoini(r,
Victoria, B.C.
(If for mining purposes)  Free Miner's Certificate No	
(I))    The name of the lake,   stream   or
source (if unnamed, the description
is) Ain Lake anil Ain River,
(e)   The point of diversion at or  near
Ain Lake.
(tl)   Tlie quantity of water applied for
(in cubic feet per second) 1000.
(e) The character of the proposed
works, dam. Hume, pipe-line, power
engines, plant, etc.
(f) Tlie premises on winch the water
Is to be used (describe same) at or
near mouth Ain River.Masset Inlet.
(H) The purposes for which the water
is to be useil Is for power development and mill operations,
(h)   lf for  irrigation,   describe   tbe
land to lie Irrigated, giving  acreage, j
III     If tin. nrater w tn li,* iwoil f.-r nmv     **"'" '** """"h wesl corner ot Lot 9*Jt, ihenc 40
���  ai. tu in uaea in puw-   chuin, nv,,, thenco  IU chains north,  thence
Skeenn Land District-District of Cassiar
Take notice that I H wh D, (lillis of Prince Rupert, oeeupatlon Isborer, Intend! to apply for
permiaaion ta. purchase the followinK described
iunds:
Commencing St S pool plant,sl three and one-
half miles in an easterly directi'in frnm the point
SII Naas Kiver where the Lava Lake trail begins
and one mile in a northerly direction from the
said Lava Lake trail, llience north so chnins,
theme east Nl chains, thence south so chains,
thence west so chains to point of enmmenrement,
enntuinimr SHI ncres.
Date Feb. I, mil. HUGH D. CILLIS
Puli. Mar. 1U. Joseph Uelway. Aaent
Skeenu Land District���District ol Coaat Kange 6
Tuke    notice that David Mcl^'tinun of I'rince
Kupert, B. C. occupation clerk, intends to apply
lor iiermission to purchaso the followini; described
lands!
Commencing at a post plunted  10 chains south
er or mining purposes, describe  thei
place where the water   is   to  be  re-1
turned to some natural channel, and I
the difference In altitude between the
point of diversion and point of return
At or near mouth of Ain River.aboul ;
160 feet helow lake level.
(j)    Area of Crown land intended to be
occupied by the proposed works...,
(k)   This  notice  was  posted   on   the i
26th day of  April, 1911. and application will lie made to the Commissioner
on the 20th day of May. lull.
(I) (live the names and addresses of
any riparian proprietors or licensees
who or whose lands are likely to be
affected by the proposed works.either
above or below the outlet. None.
GEORGE YOUNG,
H. Edeiishaw, ARent
P.O. Hox 2*f>, Prince Rupert. H.C.
Note-One cubic foot per second  is
equivalent tO ^lo."1 miner's inches.
Puh. April 29, ll'll. lw
_   40
chum.*  west,  thence   10  chuins    ���   il'i   to  {mint   of
coninienceuiaant;    containing   160  acres,   iro'-c  or
less.   Tost inurkisl D. *.!.. S. \V. Cor
Dated I'V . 11  l'Jll D.WID McLKN.sAN
I'uh. March 4.
Georgetown
Sawmill Co. Ltd.
Lumber
and
Mouldings
LAND   LEASE  NOTICE
Skrtrta 1-m.i Diatriet���DUutct <>f Coaat llangr 6
Tako nutice that Antru* Beaton of I'rinco Uu|><>rt,
It. ( , occupation minor. int��n<U to apply fur por-
mwinn to purchaae the Mlim-inu deacribed landa:
Com mend nr at a poat planted at the auutli
eaat eorner of Lot Iiy^T, tMOM W chaina wi*t,
lhcti<v ID chalna aouth. thwxv al>out 60 chnina
eaat to Lakrlac Lake, thaDM m* indcrlng aaid tako
ahum in an northerly direction to point of cmn-
meneoment; containinK 170 acre*, mono or leaa. ,, A . * t-_* _, ��� __ r*** - ��� . �����<
Twt market A. n.. N. I. Cmr. j Coast Lund District - District of Skvlmiq
vT^m^i' Wlt *N0OT BKATON i    Take notico that I, Paul Brendler, of
l ne. March l. I ..      .       .  .      ��� ..       . .
Porcber Island,   occupation farmer, m-
Skeena Land District   Distriet clOnst,       ; tend to apply for  permission to  lease
Take noliee thnt I. John Mill. i. .if Vnncouver, tile following foreshore: Commencing
ll.C . occupation butcher, Intendi to apply for - B{ a post planted about 12 feet from the
jaeii,,,..,..,, to purchsae ths followlns de.crlbe.1 ' ,t)l.at;on post 0f |ot lao] on porcher Is-
'"'.���minencinir nt a post blasted about I chain land, thence In a southerly direction
fi.ain i,ai,a��aier ni ihehea.i.ai I.. . inU'liny.niid following hi^h watermark 12110 fe��t;
markedJJi,-i N.K,cecwr.thei       ���-��� Niehajna.   lllonco wus, ,��� |,)W watl.r mark. thencc
A large stock of dry finish-
\xi\i lumber on hand. Boat
lumber a specialty. Delivery
made at short notice.
Our prices are as low as any.
Call on us before ordering.
OFFICE:
Cor Centre St. and First Ave.
��� -t Nifhaina, '
BU)   Ni rhnina. j
thenre  Miuth Ml rhnfna,  theni.   ���
Lb*nc* north ���>chain*, to point of  commence-1 northerly   following  low   water   nuirk
menl. mntninintr 040 iCTM Bion or leaa.
 N MIL1.KI!.
llatiNl l.t Feb., lull ( hurl.    It. Stark. Aitent
I'ul.   Kill, '-lb
Skeena Kami Dlltriet    It ifi rict ol ������ .*   nt
Take notice that 1, Alfrtfl Kyle of I'rinci- Rupert,    Be   Ci   occupation   electrician,   intend   to
npply   for  perm Jan iuti  to purchaae  the  followinK
ileacfilnH) lamln:
I'omniencim: at a }����� '* planliil about i'A) lhre<>
mih-a aouth of thu forka of the While um) Klat
rivirs. thenci- SU chaina aouth, thence Ml chalna
eiLit,  thence  SO  chaina  north,  thencv   SO  chaina
went.
Kin.I April IS, lilll.
Pub. May 18.
ALFRED KYTE
Francia S. I'renton. Ajjent
^aa^ llVi
1 Bkoena Und DUtrlol   Dlatriel o'ComI
Take nolice tlmt Willium McTavtlh of \nncoii-
ver, il. c. oooupatlon phyalolan. Intondi to apply
for permlulon to purchase tho following HMeroM
CommencinK nt n poat plantod ��t the WUthWOI
.    corner.  10 chninn norlh nml  10 chuina cunt Of tM
"iu"  i-ai   80  oflalni,    northeast   corner  of  Lol   1118,   llurveya Survey,
- wait so ohalm io   Coaal  Dlitriot, itniiKi* r>. tlience B0 ehalni east
'���'''iLainliiK   <��I0   acres   thence 80 chainn  north,  tlience 60 chnina  west.
ni-M-Tii' _**._���. thonea ua clmina souih to post ol oommoneomani
'!"<'��! March 2a  l<i  i    i.V   !,   l1 ,NUN  BADGER , conUlning B60 ncrea more or less. 	
N>.m��17.     wu' Im,,k *neyWright,AgtBatodTBSya, 19U.    WILLIAM A. MaTAVIflH
I Pub. May 6. Frud W. Uohler, Agont
;;:-;;�������� ����uth  o ibalni/th
i"iiiii  ol con
mow
' low
innoemmt)
Skeenn Kami Diatrict-Dlatrict of Coaat
Take notice thnt   I. Willium Andnrann. of  Yam
ceuvor,  H.C. occupntion clerk, fntemln to npply |
for permiaaion lo purchaae thc following ileaerib-
iil lamls:
Oonunonotnc at ��� pott plantod nml marked w.
A. ItorthWMt corner, nml nlxnit 1 mile from Alex-
nmler Huehnn northern boundaiy line; theme
aouth sn chnina. thencc enat SO chuins tlience
tmrth SO chnina, thence went 80 chnina, to point of
commencement, containing t��4n nciea RMN or leas.
WILLIAM ANUKK80N.
Dfttod lat Feb. 1911 Chnrles It. Stark. AfOOt
I'ub. Feb. 25.
Skeena Land District DMriet of Queen Chariotta
Take notice thnt Frank l-evick of WOOdltoek,
Dnt., occupation bookkee|a-r, inlenila to appjl
for iK'rmiaainn to purchaae the lollowinK fleacrilK-il
lunda:
(,'ommencinK at a post plantnl nbout ncven
milea west and two mtlea ���.. id of the mcuth of
Stanley Creek where it emptiea into Naden
Knrbor, Crnham Island, thence HO chnina aouth.
thence KO chnina eaat, thence K0 chaina north,
thence KO chaina weat to pi mi of commencement
nnd contnniiiK ''IO nerei; more or leaa.
Dnted Murch 17, 1911. FKANK LEVICK
I'ub. Aprl! 7. Numa Denier-. Agen
Skeenn Land District ���Diatrict of Const
Tnke notice thnt   I-red  W.  Holder of  Kftaum-
kalum, occupntion  fnrmer,  intends  to apply  for
iiermission   to   purchar-e   tho   followinK   deacrihed
Innda:
Commencing at n post planted ut the north*
euat corner of A. McLeod's pre-emption, ihonco
'JO chntiis aoulh. thenco It) chnins east, thence 20
chnins north, thencn 10 chnins west to post of j
eommencemenl contnininK 20 acres more nr lesa. !
Dale.1 April 10, 191 L FlUKDRlCH W . DOHLBR ,
I'ub. April 22. Fred Hampton, Akoiu
Skeenn l*und Dlalrict    Dlstricl of Const  Kange fi
Tnke notire that I, Lionel Kingsley of Vnncouver,   H.  C.   oooupatlon   minor,   intehd   to  nnplj
for parfntanon to purchnse tha following .i. rni.r
lands:
Commencing nt n jaist planled near the south-
weat corner of Lot 0K2, Range 9, CtNUri Distrirt
thenco west 40 chnina, thence aouth 60 chnins.
thonce enal 40 chains, thenee north 00 chnina lo
Folnt. of commencement.
)nied March 21, Hill.        LIONKL KINC.SLKY
I'ub. April tt,
Skeenn ljind Disirict -District ol (Jueon Churlotie
Tnke noliw thnt Hubert 0. < row of I'rince
Kupert, B. C., occupation ngent, inlemla tO npply
for permisaion to purchnae the followinK dMOIIDaa
Innda:
CommencinK at u post plnnted nbdul G 1-2
miea west nnd half u mile south of the mouth of
Btantay CraaM whore It empties into Nnden
llarlmr, Oraham laland, thence eaat 10 chains,
tnence norlh 10 chn'na, thAnco west 10 chalna,
tlience aoulh 40 chaina lo ih*,nt of commencement
and contnininK 160 ncrea mnn* or lean.
Dated March 17, 1911. HUBERT 0. CREW
i I'ub, April 7. Numa Demon, Agent
Skeena Land Dbirici District of Coa-t KatiKe ���'��
Take DOtka tt'ai I. J. Harold McKean of I'rince
Kupert, ll. C.| occupat on blackam lh. Intend Ul
apply for pint) MOB lo purchase the followinK
iIcmt l>is| lamia:
i ommencinK at a pool plante<l alniut (hn-e and
one half ndli'f d -t.n ��� in a aoulh westirh dlncUoo
from a blind slough Iron Obaarvatory Inlet when-
the aame tOUObai the Ind an Reserve, thenci* weat
HO chains, thence louth si) cha n>, thence east so
chains, thenre north so chans hi punt ol runt
mencement, cotitatninK (1 111 Ai'tv* mon* or leaa.
Dated Aprl IL 1911.      J. HAROLD McKKAN
Skeena Land Di-irict     Dialrici of Caasiar
Take notici- lhal  I,   Mice M.  Knimnc   of I'rinci'
Kupert, It. C, occupation marriiil woman, inlend
tn apply for normisslnn to purenase the mwwtl |
deacrilMil land":
CommencinK at a posl planled about two RlOU
MUth and IWO miles wi-st of the fork- of White
nnd hint river-, thence norlh SO chnina, thence
oaat SO cimins. Il.inrc soulh So chains, Ihence
weat HO ehuins.
Datod April 80,1911. akick m. knihui;
I'ub. May VA. Francis S. I'reston. Agenl
St ikine Land I Ust ricl    I�� t net of Cassiar
Tnke notice that  S>dm\v   H.-inkinaon of  T.le-
vr.i-i. 'nek. II. c, oeeupatlon clerk. Intends to
"ppl.<    tOI   ji-rir-isniun   to   purchane   the   followinK
.l.-criUsI land:
Coaunonetng m n poal plant ml alwut a quartat
mile nortli ea.t (nmi UlanOf Rlllle and on the iai
bank   ol   Stikine   River.   UtMHI   cast    20   chains
thanea nmth m ehalm ihnea west 20 chnina
thonea nuth -to chains to palni of eoBuaoneanionl
and nmtuu,mit M) acre* nn>ro or lem.
Duled  leh-   II.   1911.
SYDNEY HolHiKlNSON
Puh   April 7. t   A. Tervo. Agent
Stikine Land District    IH-trict ol Caviar
Take DOtlea that Chri.lun A. Tervo of Slikine
11  1   . oeoupation customs Ofhoar( intenda to apply
fm i-ri.ii MB lo purehinc tin lollowing drserilK-l , DniedMnrch '*. 1911
landn: I'uh    Mar. h Is.
ConmoadlHI at  n pool  planlisl about   IK chains
n nil wet "i the euatom mrohouaa nt sitkine,
H. C, thenci- tttti 90 chum., thence wutl 20
chains, ihOMI i-u-i '.'" ohaltob Ihence north 20
chain* to polnl of cmnmeiKi'menl atid contuininK
10 acn*�� mon- or laaa,
Datod Keb. I ',, 1911. CHRISTIAN A. TBRVO
Tub. Atri 7
1200 feel; thence aast to point of com-  17    \J[    r^A\/IQ
menrcmunt. * ���   "*���   *^^^ ��� **J
PAUL BRENDLER
Dated March 7. 1911.
First Insertion March 11
AT   DAVIS-
BOAT HOUSE
General Mad
Skoona Land District-Diatrict of Ooaat Runne
Tnkenotnelh.il I Soverin A. Tallander of Tor
cher Island, occupation ship master, intend to up
ply for permission tO   lease    the    fullowinK    de
���erlbed foroaluMW
Cummondna at �� poat plantod at the x.W. oor*
nor of lot 1901* thonco west tn low wnter murk.
thence south tilling low  water mnrk 96  chnina
mnrenrle.s,   Ihence enst   lo S.W. cnrner  nf   lot
L8(& theneo north along high wmtor mark it>ein��r
thaWMterl) iMiumliiry nf lot KUrj) i'*. chains more
or less t<> point of Dotnntonoatnont nml oontolnlni
all Fan ih In front of lot U0S.
SKVKRIN ALEXANDER TALLBNDKR
Skeenn Land Diatrict-Dlatrict of Caaalnr
Skeenn Land  Diatrict   -Diatrict of Coast
Take  notice   that   William  Munford i     l'rinc<>
Rupert,   H.   C,   occupalion   prospector,   intenda
to   apply   for   permisaion   to   lease   the   folowlng
deacrihisl landa:
CommencinK at a post plantod about 100 chains
south of tha Indian Reserve on the east inje of
(iooae Hny and on the oust aide of the peninsula,
Ine Shop and Ship's
Carpentering. AJso agents forFair-
banks-Morse and Knox Gasoline
Engines. Gasoline Engines and Accessories ear ri etl in stock.
Launcher and Boats for Hire    N.E. end of Wharf
5.S. COMPANY OF B.C., Ltd
1 he now sUel PaiMngw SUamer
"Camosun"
leaves
Skei-nn Kami District     Districl of Ca���inr
Take HtlOa thai  I. Sydr.ey KiUi'orall ol Slewiirt.
H. C occupalion cnok, inlend to apply for permiaaion to porch,c-o tie followinK  de*erilii-d   1 it.-l*
CnniineiH in.: at n post planie<| aboui   fiva mile
south and one mile of Ihe forks ol White
and   Klal   rivers,   tlience  aoulh   HO  chain*,  thenee
wi-sl   SO chnins thence north  *U chains.  Ihence
east  Ml chains.
Datod April 18, ISU.   SYDNEY PITZOBRALD
I'ub   Mny 11. Francis S. I'n-aton, ARent
Skeena Kami Districl    District of Cassiar
Take nolice thnt I. John Roheri  1'neey of I'rince
Rupart, H. c., occupntion ciKik. Inland o> appjlf
fnr perms-Inn lo purchase Ihe followini; descnlted
lamli:
Commencini; nl a posl planted (SI two miles
south and 'tit Iwo milea west ol the forks of the
White and Unl rivers, thenco south B0 chaina
thonce east HO chains, Ihence norlh hO chains,
Ihence  west   Ml chil lis.
Dnied Apr I SO, 1911     JOHN RoRKRT TACKY
rub. Mav IS. Prtne a 8. Praotoni Asen
Skeona Land Di��trir1 IHsiriet ��l Coat Ranee .'i
Take not n> thni I, Martha Keek. '>( 1-rlnce
Ruperl, H. C , ocpupal on marr ��� d woman 1 ,lemi
lo applv for permission lo purchase ihe follow ine
deeorlbod lnnds:
CommencinK nt a post planted nhout thre*1 nnd
one-half miles distant In n southwesterly direction
from n blind lloUfh from (Ihsorvnlory Inlei where
ihe same tooehoe tha lml an tUawva, thanoa aaai
M) chnins. Ihence south SO chans, Ihenw west H
chnins, Ihence north  SO cha na in point  ot commencement, conln n ng (i 10 ncri>s more or less.
Daied Aprl II. 1011. MARTHA KKKK
I'uh. May 18.
Skeenn Kami Dislrici Distrirt of Coaal Rnnge fi
Tnke Ml ce thai 1. Joe .lack ot Prii ce Ri pri.
Bi Ch occupntion (arpenter, inlend 'o Apply ler
permission to purchn*e the followini; da Bnbl tl
lands:
CommencinK al n post planted nboul th'oe'und
onedinll miles di��lanl in n soulh wevlerl\ direction
from n hlind pIoukIi (rom pboarvalOO I"1''! whore
the same lour'.es the Indian Reserw ihotH
ho ebana, tin nee ��otth SO chains, ihence oreetSO
chains, ihonco soulh ho chains to poinl of eommencemenl, contninirm 940 acres more or lens.
Dated April 11, IHU. .mi   JACK
I'ub. May 13.
Hknrnn l#nnu uiairiei-uiairiei m v.aaainr UOOH Hny and on the east aide ol the peiiimailn,    -^ ��� n 1
Tnke notice thni I Arthur .Inmes Welsh of Van-    thenci- south  HO chums nlnng shore.  Ihence  we��t     [ I'lHCO   KllPtTl   CVOKV   oUllClclV
couver. OCOUpatfcm   brottOT.  intends  10 apply   foi    to chains Ul Qooaa Bay, thence north along ahore *      r\ _�� \T%
pormlMkm to purohaaa the foUoarint daaorlliad  no chains, ihence wait io chains more or laaa to       i\i   \)   II, m. I Ol* \ IlllCOUVGr,
landa: im-i, containinR ;W0 acres more or leas. ,     . ., , .,,
arriving Mondayatternoon.
Commencing nt n post plnnted theee nnd enc-
half mllea in nn awtorlf direclioo fnnn the poinl
on Naas River where the Ijivn Lake trail com-
menees near the trnil. thenee i*ast  eiirhty   chnina,
thoneo aouth so chalna, ihenre west so chnina.
ihenee noilh ni chaini tO polnl of eommeneenient
eontninintr ��MO ncres more or teas.
Dale Keb. ;t. 1911 AUTIIDK JAMKS WKKCIt
I'uh, >|,ir. 10 Joseph Helwny. AK^nt
Skeena Land Distrlct-Dlatrlct of Connt
Tnke   notice   thni    I,  Ale\nmler   Huchnn, of
Vancou ror, lie., oeeupatlon butehor* Intenda to
apply for permission   to  purchnse  the  following
deaerlbed landai
Qotnmonelna n post |>lnnted and mnrkiil A.H.'s
SK. coiner, nnd adjoininir posts mnrkiil J.M.'a
N.lv corner nnd I'.R.'s S.K.   crner: Ihence weat
in chalna. thonco north' 8D chnins. thoneo oaat SO
chains, thenee south  ho chnins to point  of  commencement. Containing M0 arrea more or leas.
\i I XANDKR HDCHAN.
Daleil b.t Keb.. 1<H1        Chnrles IK Allen. Ai;ent
I'ub. Keb. SR
Sheona Land Dlatriel -I iitrtct of Quoen Charlotte
Taha notici' that rathartna Harrison, el Calgary
AH*ertn(   occupat ion   spinster,    intends    to   appl>,
(of ptrmlssion to purchase the followinK deaerlbed
Unda
(\.tnmcnc*ng al n pool planted about H 14
mile* we��t and half a mile noulh from the moulh
d Stni.lcv Cnek, whom il emptie. Into Naden
Harbor, llraham I'land, llience 10 chains ^oiltb
tbeMl 10 chains Mit, thence 10 chain* north,
thence to chains wwt to poinl of commencement
and containing 160 acm more or less.
Dated March 17, 1911.
CATHERINE HARRISON
Tub Apr. 7. Numn 1 Jemora. Agent
Datisl March M. 1011.
I'uh. April 15.
WILLIAM MUNFORD
For Stewart City on arrival
from Vancouver Friday
night.
Skeenn Kami   District  - District of Coast
Tnko nonce lhat litis J. Hanson of Prince
Ru|HTt. H C . occupation prosia-ctor, intends te
applv ter permission to lease the following described
landa:
Commencing at a post planted almut a ouiirter
Of a mile from the north wesl corner of Glbaon \T���.,+ L,1./,1.,,,] lAOtrAa \rr��M/i/\n
Island on the snld (iihaon lalnnd. thenci- MUth 10 W Ol I H HOU 11(1, lOflX CS V UnCOU
chain-,   thenc-   east   SO   chains,   tlience north   10 V_TaAr_*-\aAa\fm_   nt   O   tt   m
chains,   Ihenee   west   SO   chains   to   point   of Com- VOl     W SaneSQaA S   tit  V  J). III.
mencement. Containing *0 acres more or U-n*.
OTIS J. BBMBON.
Datedtlthftfareh. ion
Steerage Fare
$5.00
Skeenn Kami  District    Districl of Coast
Take   notice   that   Hume   Rahingion   of   Prince
Ruperl. II. ('., iK'cupntion master mariner, intends
io  apply   for  permiaaion   to  leuse  the   following
iii' .Mln 'I  lunda:
Cnmmencing nl a post plunted almut 100 chnins
south of the Indian lb-serve on the east side of
QOOBB Hay on the east side of the !'enin��uln tbence
north I OO chains nlong shore to the Reserve line,
thenco west HO chuins more or loss to (ioose Hny,
thence 100 chnina along shore, thonce east 00
chains more or lesa to post, con'nining 640 acrea
more or less.
Datisl March B, 191L 11KMK BAB1NOTOM
Pub. April 15.
LAND PURCHASE) NOTICK
Thc "Camosun" is* the only  StMflM
on ths run having water-tight bulk*
hsads and doubls iiottom, thua en
Burin^ safety of pSSSSngtTS in cane
of collision or wreck.
J. H. Rogers, Ticket Agent.
MOORE LIGHT
Sk.ftiii l,��nil Dinlrirl     Ili-trlM  ul Cnaul
The l.i��ht that Kivnln the Sun.
Local bnitllMI mon recommend it.
HkiHMui Lsnd Dlitriot���DUtflet of Ossilsi
Tnk" na.liaaa Onil I (hnrli'i. Mnrii�� nf Prtncs Ku-
prrt. H.C.. oecupstion  lnlmrrr,  InU'nilf t.�� innily
Tsks notles iimi i. WlDlsn .inim Corisy ��l  lor ptrmlssion to purohsss t^t fwnwlni dsssnlKl
rriuri' Rupsrt. Da (*., OeciupStlOB rnnchrr. Intenil i .illnnil,:
'aa spply lor purmlsBwn ta puRnsss ths InllowinR j   Qaninonelni ni �� post ii1ihu*h| Imss sna sbs��
nWiili'il Isndsi Imlf milo. (nun i'ii��ti'rlyillri'.'ll..nfi'iaiii III" piijnt     _,.     w,,iil,niiwl.   o,,,,.!!,,,,   Itahl   ia   ac.lil
Comnwndns ai n |k.m |,ian.'il m ths MUthsrssi | on N��n. Rivsr whsrs ii��' Lsvs l.,,!,** trill ina^ln.   I n�� mt n Known rusoiiiil hkiu i
mmsrof LotsOWaj tunissi Cosst Distrist. thnies I snd ons mils in s northtrly illriH'tinn frnm tho
���outh   20 cliain,.   thtnSS   eaal    10 cliain". thencc I ubl   Lnva   Ltks  trail,  thenee m.iith  Ml ehnlna.
i-arth  80  chain.,  tlience  weal   It* chains  tn  piiint
>( riainniencenietil. cnntaiiiiiiK  N aen1..  mnre or
Satsd ,\|irii n, mu.  WILLIAM john coui.ey
I'uh. April 211.
Ihence en.t j��'i ,'hain.. Ihence nnrth Hit chaine.
thence we.I *ni chain, tn pnint of enmmencement,
enntainitiK 640 nerea.
Dsts I'd.. 3. wit. CHARLM MORRIS
I'uh. Mar. 10. Joseph Uelway, Anen   I
exclusively by
A. T. PARKIN & CO.
ImUm
____________________ THE    DAILY   NEWS
General Booth--
(Colonial Press Despatch)
London, M.iy 19.���General lino
th, who attained liis 82nd birth
day on Monday, April 10, assure
.in interviewei al his HadleyWooc
home, tli -i a- regarded health,
lu- was gradually creeping back
to his "1 . co idition .md vigor.
He hoped to have tin- impediment
on hi- other eye removed, ami
then to l.r largeh liimslef again,
Tne i lei ural's plans include visits to V >r\vay, Sm ed
Finland,  possibly St
ami  to Canada and
Si.iir-.
Speaking ol his schemes for
reforming criminals in Great Britain hf said Mr, Churchill seemed
afraid to ^" right over to his
view.-, and modifications had been
rendered necessary, Imt the Salvation Army w*as still at work.
The only physical trouble of
the aged leader of the Army is
occasioned  bv  the almost entire
. Denmark
Petersburg,
the United
To Lease
22,
Lots
28, 24,
17
24
11
Block
S
IS
81
36
11
Section
1
1
1
1
tl
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Second Ave.,
Limited,
Prince Rupert, B.C.
���Ih *., <��a.<��-��fc,i^ ,,^i, ^,.
IFREE
EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE     :     i
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
Grand Hotel Free Employment
Headquarter! for cook
= THE COSY CORNER =
DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY   TO   THE  INTERESTS  OK   WOMEN
T j Double Weekly Service
S.S. PRINCE RUPERT and S.S. PRINCE CEOKlE
For Stewart, Sundays, 8.00 a m.
& waiter)   i
This is a little section of the paper, which from day to day wlU be devoted
t0 sub -c,  o iciul interest to women.   Any and all of th. ladies of Prince Bngrt
e   ,   "��1 to contribute to its columns, and to take pari In Itl   *0Uj����   *��
I criticisms are invited by the editor.   The hope is expressed that   The
will till a social need.
geitioni ani
Cosy Cemer
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
GSM��'
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tablea
Second Ave
ROGERS & BLACK
WHOLESALE   DEALERS  IN
Building  Material,   Cement.   Lime.
Hair-fibre Plaater, Coke. Blacksmith
Coal,   Common Brick.
Preased Brick
Shinglei, Lath, New Wellington Conl
.ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY i     ' El
Aid
Ste Us for Prices.
Phone No. 116
the ket
always
fluence.
est satisfaction, and he is
anxious to extend its in-
��� ���-> "I sight, which hus proceeded      l-nrtun.itely for him, lie receives
from the growth of cataract, but
notwithstanding this drawback.
which is natur.ilK very serious
to a man of active temperament,
die amount of work he can still
undertake, both at liis desk and
on the public platform is surprising.
Activity is the soul of his existence. Those who know rim
most intimately are aw. re that,
despite his fourscore years, he
delights in a long day's engagements, and probabl) never has
he manifested keei i interest in
the welfare of i organization
that he establish! . and now con-l
trols.    Its su tills him with
the unstinted support of liis son,
Mr. Bramwell Booth, who is chief
of the Army staff.
Only thirty-three years have
elapsed since the Salvation Army
firsl came into being. A grand
picturesque figure, a dominant
personality, a great "human," and
an intense religious force are em-
bodied in the patriarchal General,
who received on his birthday
the congratulations of tens of
thousands of his followers.
He is now in England .it his
home at Hadlej Wood, but after
the Social Congress of the Salvation Army lie has arranged to
go*abroad.
Windsor Hotel
KIHST AVENUE AT EIGHTH STREET
Newly  Furnished and
Steam Heated Rooms
A  K1RST   CLASS RAR   AND   DINING
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATES 60 CENTS AND  DP
BATHS   FREE   To   QUESTS
ROBT. ASHLAND
PO. BOX 37
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL I'Rt'GC.tST
Phone No. 200 P, 0. Box 580
I'RINCE RUPERT, B. C.
| w. j. McCutcheon j
X   Carries complete ���took *>t Draft.   Bl ��� ���'������*'��� -A.
f      attention paid to rilling i tmai\ H U. 4
Theatre Block phone Na n Second Ave. +
WHAT   $39.50  WILL   DO.
A Household Supplied Direct From the Looms.
Two l>.mia- . by _ yards.
One UumoiiK Cloth, i by 2 \*2 y_>.
6 Dinner Ns| -
Two tray Cloths.
One Damask sideboard Cloth.
Two Kitcnon lauie Cloths.
_ pr. Cotton Shoots, J l*_ by :t yds.
_ \,T. Cotton sheets, '_ by 3)
Su Cotton Pillow Covon.
Two pair servants* Strong Shoots.
Two servants' Pillow Cover...
Six Linen Bedroom Towols.
TbfM Servants' aToWtls.
Throo Winte tiath Towels.
Four Glass Cloths.
Four Tea Cloths.
Four Kitchen Rubbers.
Two Roller Towols.
Six Ltu.-t.-rs.
1 wo Pudding Cloths.
Three Dish t loths
Ono 1 sir Doable Bed Blanket*.
One Under Blanket.
One t'...r Single Bod Blanket*.
Ono Under Blanket
title \__Tg* White (jlliit.
1 '������ 1 S 1 jle Bed yuilt.
One pair Servsnu' Blankets.
Ol ���  Ul dor Blanket.
1 Ine ( olored ywlt.
Two White Toilet Covers.
One Servants'Toilet  Cover.
CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Agents
Onitart promptly fillvd.   Pi ice, lofc^.tislal*.
>I FICE-H. B Rochv.ter. Centre St      Phone *���
{ Reilly's Bakery Lurch
ttor    '
Empress Theatre Basement
ie tea given by the Women's
of the General Hospital, at
the residence of Mrs. H. L, John-
iton, on Thursday afternoon, w.is
an unqualified success from both
a social and financial point of
view. Mrs. D. (',. Stewart and
Mrs. Charles li_\g**ri poured tea
at a polished table, prettily decorated with centre bowl anil sprays
of asparagus berry and bright with
the gleam of silver and burnished
brass, Mrs. \V. S. Benson, Mrs.
William Manson, Mrs. Lamont,
and Miss Pinder assisted Mrs.
Johnston, while a bevy of pretty
young girls, Katharine Pillsbury,
(Catherine Johnston, Genevieve
MacDonald, Madeline Nelson, in
nurses attire served the guests.
The sum of thirty dollars ami fifty
cents was contributed, together
with a large number of favorite J
and valuable recipes, which will
be published in book form and
sold in order to swell the funds
of the society. Miss Fraud contributed a number of instrumental
���elections which added giv.-tly to
the  pleasure   of   tiie   afternoon.
Wilson, .1 prett) American girl
who has just completed a tour of
the world, during which she travelled 40,000 miles. She should
therefore, be in .1 position to speak
with authority.
"Of course," she explained, "I
had lei uts tO people in Paris,
and -ill that, Imt most of the time
1 was absolutely alone, and it is
mv belief that a woman can go
anywhere in thc wotld these days
if she only knows how to behave
herself,
"1 1 hink a woman should behave
as nearly .1^ possible like a man.
I mean she should conduct herself
with ilu reserve of a gentleman.
I am Bure 1 can not see why a
woman should not make acquaintances on a voyage any more than
a man, however. If she is not
old enough to use discretion, then
ah< shoultl not be travelling alone.
THE  ADVANCE  OF  WOMEN
Young Lady Lawyer at Vancouver Supreme Court
Cor. 2nd Ave. and 6th Street
This complete package of thoroughly reliable goods sent on receipt of above.
-: Carriage Paid to Canadian Ocean Port. Montreal or Halifax.  :-
Walpoles
IRISH LINENS
44F Bedford Street, BELFAST, IRELAND
Illustrated Catalogue on receipt ol postcard to Walpoles, 173 Huron St. Toronto
BESNER &��� BESNER, Proprietors
Twe tttm K:   '. Hold ti run on the !
plan.   First-rim, renin.   All t
Improvement*. -:-:- ". c- l.T
Improvement*.
FIRST AVENUE.
PRINCE RUPERT
..Grand Hotel..
WORKWOMAN'S HOME
Spring Beds, clean White Shoots  25c
Rooms 50c
BEST  IN   TOWN   FOR   THE   MONEY
J. GOODMAN. Proprietor
t, Rochester Ai
friP   * Monroe
' Ladysmitm
l'-'V "1 Coal
\_  Phone ns
���E.   EBY   (__   Co.==
REAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KITSl'MKALl'M ��� B. C.
The other morning thc membci
f ihe legal fraternity at Supreme
Anioi k those noticed prcsra 1 were: Court chambers ir Vancouver wen
Mrs. William Manson, Mr>. Eg- startled by the appearance of a
gert, Mrs. D. G. Stewart, Mrs. \Y. young lady seated at the table
S. Benson, Mrs. I.amont. Mrs. where heretofore only male per-
Anderson, Mrs. Reddie. Mr- Lock- sonagea who follow the twists and
hart. Mrs. J. V. Austen. Mrs. turns of the IftW have been al-
Lailey, Mrs. Mclntyre, Mr��. Bo'.- lowed. It was Miss Mabd French,
dean. Mrs. Hays. Mrs. Mehan, a a ful I Hedged lawyer, able to argue
j Mrs. Vicars, Mrs. Arnold. Mrs. rases before the highest court
I Burritt. Mrs. Howling. Mr- Pills-1 in the lar.d, who appeared for tho
bury, Mrs. Tremayne, Miss Mor- first time in the law courts of this
cer,  Miss  Pinder,  Miss  Martin,Icity.
MissMilligan, Miss join si"i . Mi-s:    Mi�� Prench was called to the
Ntb.ir.   Mrs.   Kirkpatrick,   Mrs.
Morris, Mi>�� Brown. Miss Easson,
Mondays and Fridays al 8 a.m.
ii. Prince Albert sails [or Port   Sltnn.
sun, Naus River Points, Masjel
Naden Harbor,   every   Wi dnes'
ilay, 1.00 p.m.
anil for:
Refuge Hay,   Skidegate,  Qu8en
Charlotte City,   Lockeport,  Pa.
eoli, Jedwav,   Ikeda Bay,  Rose
Harbor  and  return  via  Queen
Charlotte City every  SstUrdav
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 its
double  track route  between  Chicago
Toronto,   Montreal,   Quebec,   Halifax]
Portland, Boston, New York and Philadelphia.    Information   and tickets obtainable from the office hereunder men.
tioncd.   Trans-Atlantic bookings by all
lines arranged.
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND    PASSENGER   AGENT
Canadian Pacific Railway
SUMMER EXCURSIONS
PRINCE RUPERT
Winnip,'K
Toronto
Montnala
AM" RKTl'KS
 ISU.I.I
 121 .bi
13S.nO
AMI KKTI UN
St. l'nul J'.��a,.a
ChlHn
Now Y.irk        l.lv.'.i
Fur full infaii'timtiiHi call mi or writ*
J  G  McNab General Agen!
bar iii New  Brunswick a year or
su ago, and .titer remaining there!
Coast to Coast
OCEAN TO OCEAN
Tickets   To   All   Points
ROGERS' Steamship and
Railway Agency
Second Ave.        Phone 116
���
���
���
Groceries
Provisions
Fruits
Vegetables
Dtp!
We have just received 11
large shipment
of
2nd and McBride
Telephone No 187
Christie's
Over 100 different kinds
STALKER & WELLS
I
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General M,
Lowest  P,
Mr-. William*, Mrs. McClymont
Mr.-.. Alex M.iiwm and Mr>. Berk-
wrorth.
Prince Rupert Lodge, IMF.
NO.   63
Meet* in the ll.lger��on Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All   member* of  the  order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
G. 8, JOHNSTONS, N.G.
II. MORTON, Secretary.
LYNCH
F. W. HART
UNDERTAKER ft EMHAI.MER
-TiaaK   la'HrtKTE
rices  in
Northern
B.C.
I
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~M
WE   HAVE   BUYERS  FOR   LOTS IN
STEWART
SamuelHarrison&Co.
Brokers, Prince Rupert and Stewart, B. C.
Agenti for Stewait l^nd Company,   Umit,j
A local representative is wnnted
for a territory tributary to I'rince
Kupert to sell the hartly non-irri-
gttod mirsiTV ^t(M���k irrown by the
Oregon Nursery Company, Oren-
co, Oregon. Liberal terms. Party
must  come   well   rccommentled.
������^���������^���������~.��~.AIIIl|iESS.^..^J.^���h^.
Oregon Nursery Company
Orenco . Oregon
Mr. Leitli. Inspector of Public
left on the Primes!. May last
niclit for Port Simpson.
Mi~- DeaBaiTei entertained in-
formally al tho tea Imur on Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Fisher is the nn<>l Of Miss
DeaBarree, during the absence ol
Mr. lisher in Hazelton, Mr. I>i-
Harris is in Vancouver.
Mr. Joe I.. Twtitli lift yeaterday morning "ii a business trip
to Hard ton and Houtton.
for a short time came to Vancuuver. She has been in the city
for aboul six months, and i;. connected with the firm of Russell.
Russell & Hannington.
Last year the Woman's University club made at attempt
i" secure admitatnee to thc bar
for lawyers of the gentler sex, b'lt
��ere unsuccessful. Sim e that nulli
ing has I it en done abuut the
matter, and it is unlikely that Mi--
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second aveiue and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
Utile's NEWS Agency
Magazines :: Periodicals :: Newspaper*
CIGARS   ::   TOBACCOS  ::   FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
ELECTRIC WIRING
IN miTU  PRIVATE AND BUStNBSS HOUSES
Work performed by experts only.
A tirst class job is guaranteed in
every instance.
A large stock of Chandeliers  and
FOR SALE
Fittin
Lots 5 nml 6, Block B,
Sectinn I.
18000, 'i'i i.ir cent, cash,
balance 1.2. :i years,
7 per cent.
GEO. W. MORROW
a Vancouver, B.C.
1076 Nelson si
us  carried.
H. % Blakely - Electr
mt*>**-***'>**w.��y*.*.*.y*.*.t.>yt.t.>.
BOWLING, "SAK "
4 Allpy��. JTtUM     a  tmt fj��-
elm.    Arlran��|��.rt.    I.n.la... pvrry
Bftfrnaaon.     Nnwrnnn  HIiKak. bp-
twppn nth antl Tth Sin.
Tlan IIO>aHOSi     IVa,,,,,.,,,,. ���n,i Msnsupr
444444444444444444444444
IN AFER DAYS
In after days when grasses high
O'ertop the stone where I shall lie.
Though ill nr well the world adjust
My slender claim to Imnor'd dust
I shall not question nor replv.
I shall not see the nmrning sky;
I shall not hear the night wind sigh;
I shall be mute as all  men must
In after days!
Bui yet. now living, fain would I
Thai some une then would testify,
Saying. "Ile held his pen in trust
To art. not serving shame or lust,"
Will none:'    then let mv memory
die
In after days!
Arthur Dobson
ROUND WORLD ALL BY HER-
SELF
|Mi��a Jennie Wllaon Saya a Girl
Is Quite Safe Alone
A lone girl |�� safe anywhere in
] lho WOtld,    So says Miss J,.n���ic
r rent h
will be allowed
to practise.
ADVERTISE   IN
NEWS
THE
Fruit
:   Produce   :    Feed
WHOLESALE
H. H.
Morton   -
3rd Ave.
MUNRO  &   LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS ��� :��� Arniioits
Law-Puller Building      Phone No. -""
Prince Rupert P.O. Hox 861
U.KREI) CARSS,
of Ila,11.1, Clutnhla
��� ml  MaUlllaalaa Ifori.
THE
Royal Hotel
Cor. Third Avenue and SUih St.
The Ffneit Roomi.
Thp best ������ 1 ii|'i"-l
nnd otrnm b.iit.���,).
Hot nnd cold L-it li-
Dfnlnir room and
m>laurnnt
Corley & Burgess, Prop:
is
C. V. BENNETT. B.A.
nf H.C Ontiiri.'. >�������
k.trhewBti ami .**'���
UtTlt, *___*.
CARSS A BENNETT
Barkisteks, Notaries, ETC,
OBIo��� Exrhrninr hlook, rornrr Third ��vrnu.' nnd
Hlxlh itrnt. Prince Rwarrl.
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., U.D.8.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty
All denial (it,��r��tlon�� ��kllfully trciitMl.   Om nnd
local nnnftthptlcn admlnlBtcrcd for thc paliili''" "'*
traction of teeth.      Ginnultatlon free,     i
llelireraon Hlock. Prince Kunert.
It-ll
S.S.  INLANDER
��� ��� ��� FOR ...
HAZELTON
Take the fast light-draught Ittsm*
er Inlander for Hazelton,
HANDASYDE   <&  HURT
AOKNT��   KOH   imt,    MACHINERY
...AND    CONTRACTORS    gtirrl.lF."   ���
P. O. Box 436 ��� Office 3rd and Fulton
P. O. IIOX 2.1
PRINCE Ill'l'EUT
DAVEY
JOHN E
TEACHER OF SINGING
ri'riL or wm. roxoN, fah,.. a.r.a.m.. 1*0
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS ANP  REmRTS
SIXTH  STREET
PRINCE RUl'Efl",
f
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LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
CHRISTIAN A. TERVO
gtlklM Und Diatrict -Matrtet ol t-Maiar
���i ,L nonce that Chriatian A. TarVO of htlkine,
H V   occupation cuatoma olllcer, Intenda to apply
|"r i��'rmis��ion I" purchajw the following deacribed
'"ommencinit at a poat plantod about three-
aaai.n.raa ol a milo north eaat Irom Glacier Rime
-Am thi eaat bank ol Stikino lUver and on the
aZitl, Ait A the mouth ol a little creak, thence
... in damns, thonco north 40 chaina, thence
I,,,, 0 1'laiiinn, thence aouth 40 chaini to point
,.| niniinencement and containinu 100 acroa more
air U-'i-
I Intel Feb. 10. 1911.    	
Pub, April '���
Sural Und Diatrict���DUtrict of Quwn Charlotte
lalanda
T ike nolice lhat J. H. Murphy.of Vancouver,
II r (.'cupation commercial traveller, intonda
l���' tn'*li lur permission to purchaae the lollowing
datriHH landa:
r<aitiiii,'nciiiit at a poat planted about aoven
mill's **m and one milo eouth Irom the mouth
ol -i'lanlv Creek, Naden Harbor, thence north 80
damns, ihence west 10 chaina, thonce aouth 80
rlaUltas   tl a M ���   CUSt 40 C      ina.
��r,'.:;'Marrhl7.1911. J- H. MURPHY
Pub. April S8, Num�� Demera, Agent
Skivna Und District���DiBtrlct of Cwsiar
Tuke notl�� that  1,  Mary Carln  of Stewart,
li. Ci oecupiUon married woman, intend to apply
(nr iHTiniHuion to purchaae the (ollowing deacribed
Commancing at a post planted two (2) milea
south and i-t two miles weat of the forks of the
tthiw und I In rivers, thencc BO chains north,
UtUM *u chains west, thence 80 chains aouth,
thanea W chalna east.
Datad AprU20,1911. MARY CARIN
Pab. Mav 13- Francis S. Preston, Agent
Skwna UmlDiitrict���Lutnct of Queen Charlotte
Ttkt notice that Catherine Harmon, cf Calgary
Altvrta. occupation spinster, intenda to apply,
fur jh-rn. '..''i to purchaae the following descrihed
Itnda:
i ��� .��� ��� .'mt' at a post planted about ti 1-2
milw writ and half a mile aouth from tho mouth
of Stubs Creek, where it emptieK Into Naden
Hirbor, Uraham Island, thence 40 chainn wuth
thencs 4U chains eant, thence 40 chains north,
thcnft' 10 chaitiB west to point of commencement
imi containing 160 acres more or leas.
Datnl March 17, 1911.
CATHERINE HARRISON
Puh Apr. T. Numa Demera, Agent
Skwna Land Diatrict���Diatrict of Coaat
Taki* notion that   I,   William  John   Corley  of
Mace Kupert. 11. C, occupalion rancher, intend
tu applv for permission to purchaae the following
deacribad lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the southwest
r< tmt "i* Lot :106H, Range 5, Coaat DUtrict, thence
vutli '.. chains, thence east 40 chains, thence
n<>rth 20 chains, thence west 40 chaina to point
of commencement, containing HO acrea, more or
Dated April S, 1911.    WILLIAM JOHN CORLEY
Pub April St.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skwns Land District���District oi Coaat Range it
Take nol ce that Murdock McRae of Vancouver
ll. ('., orcupation reul estate broker, intend* to
i|i])l> fur permiaaion I- purrhniw (he following
deecribed lands:
Commencing at a nnst pl.ihteil oa the imu.h
baafc if Sgrhumalka river abeut li\e mile* from
U i' i-ilui'iice with the Skeena river, thence 40
t-titt mf**i, thence 20 chains north, thence 40
c.Mtt*, vtt-Hi, thence 40 chains north, thence 4t'
r-aiii". rail, thence 20 chains south, ihence 40
chains aaat, thence 40 chalna south to point of
ciimmenwrnent, containing 320 acren more or lew
Dated April21, 1911. MURDOCK McRAK
Pab, May 13.
Skeena Laml District ��� Diatrict of Coust
Kange 5
Take notiee that I, Fred Carton, of
Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation farmer. Intendi to apply for permission to
purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the
north east corner ot surveyed lot 1937,
Range 5, Coast district, thence north 60
chains to a slough; thence west 28
chains; thence south 60 chains; thence
east '28 chains to thc point of commencement.
FRED. GARTON
Dated February 25th, 1911
First insertion Mar. 11
Skeena Land District���Diatrict of Caaaiar
Tske  ootid   that   I.   John   Unwin   of   Prince
Ituprrl D. C. occupation laborer, intend to apply
'ur twr minion to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted about t2) two
mm south of the forks of tho White and Flat
turn*, H..-MV south HO chains, thence east 80
chain-, tlience north  HO chaina,  thence  west  80
Dated April 18,1911. JOHN UNWIN
I'uh. May ia. Francis S. Preston, Agent
Skeenu Und District���District of Caasiar
.Tun nntice that I, Alfred Uerryman Williams
"f I nnce  Ruttert,  U. C., occupalion  merchant
jftteod In upply  for permiaaion to purchase the
HMknrtm described landa:
< (iinim-ncinR at a post planted about (2) two
mm MUtb of the forka of the White and Flat
ntta, thence ho chaina aouth, thence 80 chalna
������*, thenw HO chaina north, thence 80 chalna
eaat.
ALFRKD  BERRYMAN   WILLIAMS
l'��uM \Jirii ih( un,      Francis S. Preston, Agont
I'uh. May U.
,     Iwtnn Land District-District nf Caasiar
[MM  notin-  (hat   1,   Isaac  O'Hrlen   Forbca  ol
ini.n* Kunert, B. ('.. occupation carpenter, intend
t'> Ipply fur permisaion to purchase the following
Meeribed lands:
Comnanelttl at a post planted about flv mlleae
���""th md cine mile weat of the forka of thoWhlle
*u<t Hut rivers, thence north 80 chains, thence
tori ii i-luiiiiH, thence south 80 chains, thence
t'sst -ii rhains.
gttad \tiri| 18, 1911. ISAAC O'BRIEN FORBES
���b. Uny 13. Francis S. Preaton. Agent
flkeenn Lnnd District���District of Cassiar
1       'i .tire that I Joseph Belway of Vancouver
*'��� <    occupation prospector, Intends to apply for
Perrnluloii to purchase the followfntr described
landa:
Cotni
miln
Nam
HCini nt a post planted two and one-half
**��� nn enstcrly direction from the point on
��� Kiver where the Lava Lake trail bentns,
"'""��� west BO chains,  thence aouth 80 chalna,
wane out HO chafna, thence north 80 chalna to
piniit  or  eommeneemenL  containing 840   acrea
mon m lean,
!;!';' LeH*wu Joseph belway
1 ���������>��� M;ir. 10
Bj tmt Lnnd District-District of Casfcinr
' /'' ��'-tice that I Huuh D. Glllis of Prince Ru-
' ' eupatlon  laborer,  intends   to apply for
Ml to purchase tho followinK described
< """iiencliiKatopoat planted three and one-
il-k ,. n Bn '���""iTly direction from tho point
" ����iiHtvw where the Lnvn Lake trnil ItejriiiB
;"' W '"ile in a northerly direction from the
\ * Uvn Lake trnil, thence north 80 chaina,
; enat HO ehains, thence aouth 80 chaina.
' wont H0 chains to point of commencement.
��� I' '!!* ���:!',M1- S3 HUGH D. GILLIS
HO. Mar. in. Jof,0���h Belway. Agent
**&* Und Utatriet-Diatrict of Coaat Range 6
lUn Ir i!10!;00 that Dftvi(i McLennan of Prince
Im �����.,,' .C-( occuP��tion clerk, intenda to apply
landi- n      Purchl" lho following deacribed
ittmSftSSt at R P0,,t Planted 40 ehaina aouth
S_..1���   .*-wust ���rn*r ?l h0* m* thflnc" 40
riinlne
 ������_, ���, uuv 994, thence 40
thenco 40 chains north, thonce  40
commL*^1* Ulonc�� W ehaina Bnuth"'to"point  of
( mnunrement;   conUlning   100  acrea,  more  or
K.0''.1    ItfU DAVID McLENNAN
B Msrch I   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Und Dlatrlot- Dintrict of Caspar
*��w ,. i .,, lhftt j Charles Morris of Prince Ru-
���eeupation laborer. Intends to apply
, ,     , �� ���<* Purchnse tho following descrlb-
,r"" IB at a post planted throe and one-
��� '��n easterly direction from the point
JJlv " where tho Lnva Lako trail betrtns
""' m n northerly direction from the
mi: ,kfl,trnil> thonoe south Hn chaina.
*"J �� ehalns, thence north 80 chain*,
7! ���, ,,h,��nn to point of commencement,
...rf MO ueres.
b. 8, 1911.
"ale"lv��� ���,
Pub, Mar. 10.
CHARLES MORRIS
Joaeph Belwny, Agon
Skeena Land Diatrict���District of Coaat Range 5
Take notice that Henry Macartney of I'rince
Rupert, B. C., occupation miner, intenda to apply
for permiaeiun to purchaae the following described
lamls:
Commencing at a poat planted on the aouth
aide of Exchumsika River, about 2 1-2 milea from
IU conlluenee with the Skeena River and about
1-2 milea west from Kxchumaika rapids, thenct 80
chaina north, thence 40 chains eaat, thence 80
chaina Bouth, thence 40 chalna weat to point o
commencement, containing 320 acree moro or
le��. Poat marked "H.M. S.W. cor."
Dated April 22, 1911. HENRY MACARTNEY
Pub. April 29.
Skeena Land District���District of Coaat
Take  notice that  1,  William  Melville Corley
of   Toronto,   Ontario,   occupation   clerk,   intend
to apply for permiaaion to purchase the following
deacrilied landa:
Commencing at a post planted at the northweat
cirner of Lot 8055 Rang 6, Coaat Diatrict, thence
i a-si 80 chains, thence north 40 chains, thence west
'..0 chains to Hell's Gate alough, thence along
alough aoutherly to point of commencement, conUining 160 acres more or leaa.
Dated April 6, 1911.
WILLIAM    MELVILLE CORLEY
Pub. April 29.
keena Lan d District���District of Coaat Range V
Take notice that Charlee P. Otter of Prince
Rupert. B. C, occupation surveyor. Intends to
apply for permisaion to purchaae the followina
deacribod lunda:
Commencing at a poat planted at tho north eut
corner of surveyed lot 3984, Range 5, Coaat DUtrict, thence In an eaaterly direction along the
aoutherly limit of aurveyed lot 3991 and the projection thereof 40 chains to a point, thence aouth
parallel to the eaaterly limit of aurveyed lot 3984
aforesaid 60 chaina more or leaa to the northerly
limit of a timber limit tNo. 42563), thence weat
40 chains mora or leaa to a point in the pro ection
southerly of the easterly limit of aurveyed lot
3984, thence in  a northerly direction along the
firojection  of the aaid limit and  along the aaid
unit 60 chaina mora or leas to point of commencement, containing 240 acrea more or leas.
Dated March 8, 1911.        CHARLES P. OTTER
Pub. March 26.
Coaat Range 5 Land Diatrict
Take   notice   that   1,   John   Hepburn   of   Kit-
aumkalum,   occupation  farmer,   Intend  to  apply
for permisaion to purcbaao the followng described
lands:
Commencing at a poat planted at tbe nartheart
corner of Lot 3983, thencc cast 20 chaina, thenca
south  40 chains, thence weat 20 chana, thencc
north 40 chaina to place ol commencement
Dated March 18, 1911. JOHN HEPBL'RN
Pub April 16.
Skeena Land DUtrict���Diatriet of Coaat Range 6
Take notice that Alexander Beaten of Vancouver, B. ('., oceupation carpenter, intends to apply
(or permiaaion to purchaae tho folio wing deacribed
Commencing at a poat planted 80 chalna aouth
from the aouth weat corner of Lot 3065. Poat
marked A. B., N. W. Corner, thenoe 30 chalna
south, thence 80 chaina eaat, thence 30 ehaina
north, thence SO chalna weat to point of commencement; conuining 200 acres, more or leaa.
Dated Feb. 13, 1911. ALEXANDER BEATON
Pub. March 4.
Skeena Land Dstrict���DUtrict of Queon Charlolte
Take notice that George Fritxcll of Prince
Rupert, B. C, occupatinn butcher, intenda to anply
(or permisaion to purchaae thc fol'owing deecribed
landa:
Commencing at a poat planted about aeven
mdea west and two milea aoulh of the mouth of
Stanley Creek where it empties into Naden
Harbor, Graham lsiand, thence 80 chaina aouth,
thencc 80 chaina west, thence 80 chaina north,
thence 80 chans eaat to point of commencement
and containing 640 acre* more orlcaa.
Dated March 17, 1911 GEORGE FRIZZELL
Pub. April 7. Numa Demera, Agent
Queen Charlotte lalands Land DUtrict-DUtrict o(
Skevna
Take notice that 1, J. G McNab of Prince Rupert, occupation general agent, intend to apply
(or permisaion to prospect (or coal and petroleum
on tne following deacribed landa:
Commencing at a poat planted at the ao" h-eaat
corne'- of Section 3, Townah p 2 Graham IaUnd,
and marked J G. McN-, S. E. Corner, thence
weet 80 chaina, thence north 80 chaina. thonce
east 80 chaina, thence aouth 80 chalna lo point of
commencement.
Dated March K, 1911. J. G. McNAB
Pub. March 26. Wllaon Gowing, Agent
Skeena Land Dlitrict���DUtrict of Queen Chariotte
Islands
Take notice that George W. Arnolt of Prince
Rupert, B. GL occupation real estate broker,
intenda to apply for permission lo purchase thc
following deecribed landa:
Commencing at n post planted about seven
miles and one-half mile weet and ono mile aouth
from the mouth of SUnly Creek, Naden Harbor,
thence weet 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, thenco north 80 chains.
Dated March 17, 1911. GEO. W. ARNOTT
Pub. April 22. Numa Demera, Agent
Skeena Und DUtriet���DUtrict of Coast Range 6
Take notice that Angus Beaton of Pnnce Rupert,
B. (.'., occupation miner, intenda to apply for permiaaion to purchaae the following deecribed lands:
Commencing at a poit planted at the aouth
eaat corner of Lot 3937, thence 40 ehaina wwt,
thence 40 chaina aouth. thence about 60 chaina
eaat to Lakelae Lake, thence meandering aaid lake
ahore In an northerly direction to point of commencement; conuining 170 acrea, more or leaa.
Poat marked A. B., N. E. Corner.
Dated Feb. 14, 1911. ANGUS BftATON
Pub. March 4.
Skeena Land Dlitrict-Diatrict of Coast.
Take notice that I, Juhn Miller, of Vancouver,
B.C.,   occupation butcher, intenda to apply fur
Rermission to purchase the following described
mda:
Commencing al a poet planted about 1 chain
from tidewater at the head of Luscombe Bay. and
marked J.M.'s N.E. corner, thence west HO chains,
thence south m chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, te point of commencement, containing M0 acrea more or leas.
JOHN MILLER.
Dated 1st Feb., 1911 Charlci B. Stark, Agent
Pub. Feb. 25
Stikine Land DUtrict���Dstrict of Caaaiar
Take notice that Sydney Hodgkinaon of Telegraph Creek, B. C, occupation clerk, intenda to
apply  for  pernilaalon  to  purchaae the following
described land:
Commoncing al a poat plnnted about a quarter
mile north eaat from Glacier Riffle and on the eaat
bank of Stikine River, thence east 20 chains
thonce north 40 chains, thence west 20 chnins
thence south 40 chaini to point of commencement
and containing 80 acres more or leaa.
Dated Feb. 11, 1911.
SYDNEY HODGKINSON
Pub. April 7. CA. Tervo, Agent
Stikine Und Dlitrict���District of Caasiar
Take notice that Christian A. Tervo of Stikine
B. Oi occupation customs oflicer, intends to apply
for permisaion lo purchase the following deacribed
lands:
Commencing at a poet planted about 18 chains
nnrth weat of tho customH warehouae at Slikine,
B. 0,, thence wost 20 chains, thence aoutl 20
chalna, tnence eaat 20 chains, thence north 20
chaini to point of commencement and containing
40 acree more or leaa.
Dated Feb. 13, 1911.       CHRISTIAN A. TERVO
Pub. Aprl 7
Skoena Und District-District nf Caular
Take notice thot I Arthur James Welsh of Vancouver, oeoupation bniker, Intends to apnly for
permission te purchaae thc following descrilied
landa:
Commencing at a poat plantetl three and one-
half milei in an easterly direction from the point
on Naas River where the Uva Lake trail commences near the trail, thencc east eighty chnins,
thenee aouth 80 chains, thence west hi chains,
thencc north 80 chains to point of commencement
eontelnlng 640 acres more or less.
Date Feb. 8.1911 ARTHUR JAMES WELCH
Pub. Mar. 10 Joseph Belway, Agent
Skeena Land Diatrict-District of Coast
Take   notico   that   I, Alexander   Buchan, of
Vancouvor, B.C., occupation butcher, Intends to
apply for permlulon te purchase the following
described lands: .....
Commencing a post planted and marked A.B. s
S.E. corner, and adjoining posts mnrked J.M.'s
N.E. corner and P.R.'s S.E. corner; thence west
80 chalna, thence north W chains, thence enst 80
chains, tnence south BO chains te point of commencement, containing 040 wros more or lesa.
ALEXANDER BUCHAN,
Dated lat Feb., 1911 Charles H. Allen, Agent
Pob. Feb. 25.
To Lease
Lots
22, 23, 24, 2r.
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24
14
7,8
Blook
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18
31
35
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SEASON S  EVENING GOWNS
Spring and Early Summer Dresses are Pretty
Effective evening gowns for the
Bpring and early summer arc being
fashioned from the ball and dinner
K<>\vus of winter by covering the
satin or silk with a tunic of chiffon
or the splendidly serviceable marquisette. The overdress may bear
no relation at all to the original
shade of the dress, but if the color
be too strong a contrast the
chiffon must cover the foundation
entirely and not he simply draped
over part of the dress. By the
placing of two absolutely unlike
tones one on top of the other,
artistic colors are sometimes obtained. Pale salmon pink and
brick red arc, for example, two
tones that can never be thought
of agreeably at the same time, but
one layer of red chiffon placed
directly over salmon satin gives
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IF I  WERE KING
if I were King���ah, love, if I were
King���
What  tributary  nations would  I
bring
To stoop before your sceptre, and
to swear
Allegiance to your lips and eyes and
hair;
Beneath   your   feet what treasure
would  1  lling;
The stars would  be your pearls
upon a string,
The world a ruby for your finger-
ring,
And you should have the sun and
moon to wear,
dinars housewife, and the rice,
when done, instead of being a
mushy, sticky paste, is spollessh
white, perfectly dry and each
grain sl.mding by itself.
To attain these results, pick
the rice over carefully to remove
all refuse; then wash it through
several waters, rubbing it between
the hands to remove the coating
of starchy powder. When the
waler is perfectly clear you will
know that the rice is in fit condition to be cooked.
Have some water boiling in a
saucepan, the proportions being
about two quarts of unsalted water
to each half pint of rice. Sprinkle
the rice is so slowly thai the water
will scarcely stop boiling, and cook
it at a gallop in order that the
grains may be kept in motion while
boiling. Do not stir or touch the
rice in any way after the grains
have commenced to soften.
When they are done, drain off
all the water, and set the pan in
the oven, that the rice may swell.
Do not let it cook, or brown, and
serve it as soon as it has become
thoroughly dry, which will probably be in less than ten minutes.
UP TO DATE NOTES
Fresh   from   the   Sources   of
Fashion
Toques made entirely of flowers
will be much worn.
lt is a pretty fashion to have
belt and jabot to match.
The newest hats for girls are the
rolling brim sailors.
Pansy blooms form the design
of one of the newest veils.
The grograin  ribl-.-.. gurrd for
Double Weekly Service
S.S. PRINCE RUPERT and S.S. PRINCE GEORGE
For Stewart, .Sunday.,  8.00 a.m.
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Mondays and Fridays at 8 a.m.
���s. Prince Albert sails for l'urt   Simpson, Nuas River Points, Massi't,
Nuden Harbor,   every   Wednesday, 1,00 n.m.
and for:
Refuge Hay,   Skidegate,   Queen
('harlotte City,   Lockeport,   Pa-
COfl, Jedway,   Ikeda Bay,   Rose
Harbor  and  return  via  Queen
('harlotte Citv  every   Saturday,
1.00 p.m.
The   Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent  nnd convenient service of luxurious traina over its
double  track route  between  Chicago,
Toronto,   Montreal,   Quebec,   Halifax,
Portland, Boston, New York and Philadelphia.    Information  and tickets obtainable from the office hereunder mentioned.    Trans-Atlantic bookings by all
lines arranged.
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   ANI)   PASSENGER   AGENT
Canadian Pacific Railway
���
B.C. COAST SERVICE
,s. PRINCESS BEATRICE
__ -FOR-
Vancouver Victoria Seattle
Wednesday Noon
J. G. McNab General Agent
I
Coast to Coast
OCEAN TO OCEAN
Tickets   To   All   Points
ROGERS' Steamship and
Railway Agency
Second Ave. Phone 116
IHIIIlllllllIHIISfllllllllllHIIllllllll
Groceries
Provisions   5
Fruits ���
We have just received a
large shipment
of
Christie's
Over loo different kinds
M    2nd and McBride
STALKER & WELLS
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t/        ,   ii       ���    2nd and McBride
Vegetables  W    Telephone No 187
If I were King.
Let these wild dreams and wilder
words take wing,
Deep in the woods I heard a shepherd sing
A simple ballad to a sylvan air,
Of love that ever finds your face
more fair;
I could not give you any goodlier
thing
If I were King.
���Juslia Huntley McCarthy
HOUSEHOLD HINTS
Plain,   Practical   and   to   the
Point
Alum meal is excellent for a dry
skin.
Lemon and stilt will remove stains
from varnished wood.
eyeglasses is now a familiar sight.
The feather toque is a happy
medium between the summer hat
and the fur toque of winter.
The spring dresses are simply
beautiful and beautifully simple.
The empire feature predominates.
Borax is used for giving additional gloss to starched fabrics.
Kor sparkling clothes, a handy
irticlc to use on wash day is a
flower sprinkler.
Emery powder and oil made
into a paste is an excellent mixture
to clean steel.
To bone collars, try using the
wire taste .is such trimmers use
for stiffening bows.
An easy way to stop windows
from rattling is to use broken
clothes pins as wedges,
BILLIARDS
     and POOL
4 Allcyn. 7 TablM. A (T'hwI cxrr-
cIm*. Aclmin tainirt. l4U)tMflV9ry
afternoon.     Nrwrnnn  Rlock. !��'��� _t
m        i��j|ian lath nml 7th Sts. V
B   TKn MOhRlxoN.    PfopriMor nnd ManiiKor   R
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CARE FOR BROOMS
New Brooms Sweep Clean, Old
Brooms Well Kept, Do Too
Brooms are now among the
luxuries, and the thrifty housewife will wish to preserve their
usefulness as long as possible.
Soak a new broom for several
minutes in hot suds. This toughens
anil tightens the broom whisps.
Then hang it up to dry. A broom,
when not in use, should always
be hung up,
Cut a groove around the handle
and tie a cord around it, leaving
a loop for hanging, or use one of
the patent fasteners thai screw
to the door. The soaking process
should be repeated every two
weeks. Another way to wash
brooms is in cold soapy water.
They are then rinsed thoroughly in
colli water. Snap olT its much
of the moisture as possible and
allow them to dry slowly.
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second aveiue and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
MUNRO   &   LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS -I-  AUDIIORS
Law-Butler Building       I'hone No. 2H0
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 351
ALFRED CARSS, C.  V. RENNETT, R.A.
of Brltinh Columbia of B.C.. OnUirlo. Su-
and Manitoba Hani. katchewan   and  Al-
Imi la, Ilarv.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Offlco
���KxchanKO blook, cornor Third avpnu* and
Sixth utroct. I'rinco RuoorU 8
WM. S. HALL, L. D. S.,
Dentist.
U. D. S.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All donUil operation), skilfully troatod. I'.n. and
local ananthollon adtninifltorod for thn painlotii ex*
traction of tooth. Conmiltntlon froo. O/Soob :
Heljroraon Block. ;'rinoo Rupert. 11-12
SEE IT IN THE DAILY NEWS
HANDASYDE   CB.   HURT
AC.KNTS   FOR   STt:KI.,    MACIIINKBY
...AND    0ONTRAOTOM    HIU'I'UEH...
P. O. Box 436 - Office 3rd and Fulton
'. 0. BOX 23
I'RINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
rum. ok wm. foxoN, khu., a.k.a.m.. i.on.,MOi
S.S.     INLANDER! CEORGE LEEK
RIGHT WITH RICE
How the Cleanest Cereal in the |
World Should be Cooked
��� ��� ���rUK��� ��� ���
HAZELTON
WEDNESDAY, MAY 24
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
I SIXTH  STREET
PRINCE RUPERT
1 Fruit   :   Produce   :   Feed
WHOLESALE
The Chinese method of cooking I
rice differs from that of  the or- ��� H. B. Rochester
Agent 1H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave. rs
THE    DAILY   NEWS
FRESH FLOWERS
on Prince George tomorrow morning
THE   ARCTIC   STUDIO] |
Nt'TK NKw OPPIOll Lu'.v-Hutlcr HuilUintf
Third Ave. P.O. Bux 409
OUR SODA
.FOUNTAIN.
IS OPEN
FOR '11
Pure l<
Cream  with   all   the
"Fixins"
I
C.  H. ORME \
The Pioneer Druggist
PHONE   :   ;    ;    82
HAND BAGS
 H	
We have jusl received r
shipment of the newest
styles and latest designs
in ladies' Velvet and leather llunil Hags. Wc es-
;,, tally invite you to call
anil let ns show you our
new  goods	
1
C. B. WARK
Jeweller
WALLACE'S
���+
Get
Your Flags
and Bunting
for the 24th
at Wallace's
���+
H. S. Wallace Co'y. Ltd.
Dry Goods, Chinaware, Etc.
Fulton Street and Third Avenue
MISCHIEVOUS
YOUNGSTERS
City Workman Hurt by Stone
Dropped Down Manhole
Whik J. Park a workman cm-
. ���*.   un.   ht*.  city  engineering
department u> ass'st in the sewer
inspection and othei   "\vi:r work
now  K<>inn oa, was engaged  in
;fred. stork
General Hi
General Hardware
Builders' Hardware
Valves & Pipes      Oxfortl Stoves
Qraniteware      Tinware
SECOND
AVENUE
. ���*-*-*-
wink at the bottom of one uf the
f ��  ��� �� �� * ��� * * * * * f manholes   on   Fraser   street   on
4 Thursday afternoon, his head was
' badly cut and he was stunned for
a minute ur two by a stone dropped
dowi    upon  him  !>y  some  mischievous youngsters above.
Fortunately there was not much
water at the time in the sewer or
there woultl have lieen danger of
liis drowning when he lost con-
ciousness, As it was the blow
was an exceedingly painful onci
and the cut Med a good deal.
Park treats the matter lightly,
and thinks thai if only lie had
had lime to gel up ami identify
the youngsters a little salutary
chastisement at home would have
Is the purest and best made in Seatttle. been enough in teach them die
This cream is used solely in ,.,,.,���- ,,, ,|u.i,. waygi    \n fte s;um.
i alace Ice tream ianor ni Mn,,u, j,,,,,,.,, and the Hi,,
S ind Ave. next to Optimist old office in their vigilance on the track of
TRY IT im.nils are p.tying  special  atten- j
Krim'anil'l ai.aly, wholesale   ami Tfi'tail   tion   also   In   \ I uing-lti's   who   tin
Sam_Gowen,iProp. ���; Phone 350 mischief. I
TO TELL MILLIONS
CONTINUED FROM  PAQE 1
Earl Grey's Rifles
He was particularly interested
in Prince Rupert's own Regiment
Earl Crey's Rilles, and took away
with him photographs of tlie corps,
ami iis officers, wilh lhc story
nf ils si.til and progress. The
article will appear in London
,.I,.>in the lime of ihe Coronation,
antl .is I'.ul C.rey's Rilles are
represented in die Coronation parade 1>> Color Sergeant George
Leek whoso picture is being reproduced, ihe fact ihat Prince
Ruperl is alive iu mailers military
also will be appreciated hy die
whole British Army.
Visited Cold Storage
A  \isii   m  the  Cold  Storage
Co.'s   building   which   is   making
rapid  progress  impressed  Mr.
Campbell with the importance of
the   fishing   industry   of   Prince
Rupert, anil armed with the facts
concerning   the  commercial   prospects and harbor facilities of the
Idty, he will boost Prince Ruperl
j to  good   purpose.    As  a   news-
, paper   m.in   fresh   from   contact
Willi   the  most   up   to  date  publishing houses in  Britain and the
Eastern   Provinces,   he  was  most
'interested   in   the   pioneer   news-
paper enterprise of Prince Rupert
land the efforts of the Daily News
to spread  the spirit of optimism
| concerning   our   ciiy   will    have
mention in the British Press also.
Returning now to confer with
the Government Publicity   Agent
,u   Winnpieg,   Mr.   Capmbell   is
likely   to  continue  his  work   for
the Dominion in the old land as
lecturer.    Amongst the newspapers
in   which   his  articles  have  been
appearing are the London  Regiment, the seven dailies, weeklies
and    magazine   weeklies   of    the
"Courier"  group of  publications
sent out simultaneously from Fleet
streel,   London,   antl   their  offices
in  Glasgow,   Dundee,  and  Aberdeen, Scotland, also the Glasgow
Evening ami Weekly  Times, and
a   number   of   papers   circulating
in   the  agricultural   districts  of
Scotland and England.   The Dominion Government'! strenuous campaign   of   boosting   Canada   and
informing  the best class of possible immigrant! abmit the great
new   Home-land   has  resulted  sn
Classified
Advertisements
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:��:;;:��:;::;;;��:��:��:��:��:����&
Clarmont Rooms {j;
Located on Sixth Ave., nenr  Fulton
Threw to Ave minutes from Otn��
treof tnmlnesitlintrU't. Nine-
tovn newly furnitthitl roomi
Hot and cold water, bath tna
telephone. Newly furnisheil-
Under new mnnanefnent.
wly furnl��hetl.   The
ln*i-Im
th**-**'**-'
ii\ I POUND - Bltttnt rooms; nowly furnt*
Ai      Itulktey BlOttk. 6th Avo.. near frulton
g*\  . _r~___-mm_t.-~m,
MU        +.m*__-,^mm*--.*>**m****-��*****���*-*******���*-*���**-���
i�� For Rent
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INSI'KCTION
.     INVITED     lit
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STRIKES ARE ON
IN PORTUGAL
Anti-Republican Feeling Shown
at Oporto May Affect Lisbon
Modern Houis tot Rent���June Ist-lrlfth Ave.
11  !���'. Mi'llMlCo. 11'!-"
New 7-romii house mi Ambrose Ave, partly fur
ntshsd.rsnt rx>.   Apply mi pNmlssi nr Bos s,t.
lltl-llta
Mlu I'li'iui. brightoutside rooms.   Uuiklcy'Block
' ,',t|,'Av.'.. ii.'��r Kulton. U>9-��m
Bouss furnished for fnyjpkeoBlni, �� roara, W
,���.r month) i��tk of rink.   Apply tfw-Botlsi
Caiminuiy. lll.a-los
Mies furnlshwl  roomi for rent.     Apply DtSXSl
Rooming DoUSS, '.'mi Avo.. near McHnil.'.
Mny ;l-lmo
+ **-*���
I
I
Help Wanted
1
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London, May 22.- The strikes
in Northern Portugal are very
serious today. Aiili-Republicm
feeling is keen at Oporto, where
the disturbances have been wont, I Companion help, thoroushly demoetleated.good
_, nlaincook.   Box C. C��� Dally N*wa.       Ill-IM
I'.irl Wanted at Reilly's Bakery Lunch,, KaWISSI
Theatre Basement. 111-11,
lli.trict Manager for first clam Healthi Sad Accident ltnurance Company. Splendid IndUOO-
ments. Sneclnl salary anil liberal caimniiss"n.
Apply to J. L. McComb. Health anil Accident
department. Empire Life Insurance Dampen*
ill Winch Building. Vancouver. H.C.   I14-1HJ
since  the  revolution,
signs  that  strikes wil'
Lisbon and embarass the government.
... j    plain cook
T<.'   ' I Cleaneri and I'res.ers Wanted.    C����l wiutn t��
Slire.ld    lo       rlirht parties.   Apply Pantorlum. Cleaners. I.lli
street, phone 4. ******
Sidney Hatch of Chicago, three
times winner of the Missouri Athletic Club's annual Marathon, has
won the event again. Mis time
was 340:60. The record of the
course, 2:49:10, was made by Joe
Rrleben of the M. C. A. in 1000.
Erleben finished a poor third today.
Nineteen younir men to take cosy rooma in the
llulkley Block, near Fulton.
luifclm
IliO-tf
Waller wanted at Central Hotel.
lla.y Wanted.   Apply at Optimist Ofllee.        94-tf
Wanted���An A-l solicitor for the most liberal
Kralernal Orders In the world. Call nam Ha
Empress Hotel.   I. E. Madlem. US-1M
Wanted-a��i uood men to join the Onler .if Owls.
Call room 2S.  Empress  Hotel.    I.   r.  j'���'���'
Board Wanted
This is Good
The ice cream sold in
palace ���i Sweets, Third, avenue,
is made on the place from pure
cream [t is not made in a factory
and shipped in from a distant city.
Our cream is made fresh each
morning. If you want real pure,
fre8h ice cream try that sold at
the Palace of Sweets and notice
the difference Irom the imported
, 115-116
goods.
FOR PICNICS
ON THE 24th
Wilson's Home Cured Hams
Nothing better for milking Sandwich^
Fruit
We have a  fresh shipment.   All kinds
These things and everything In
Groceries
you can get at the
Ideal Provision House
Third Ave., near Sixth St,    Pho
if ISO
Won Suits
The  winners   in   Sloai
Clubs on Saturday were:
No,   7   F. Knott.
No,   8   H. .Edwards.
\,,.   >i   A. Keller.
No. in   I- Martin.
No, ll   II- E. Wood.
No, 12   F. Brinnan.
No. 13 -Edgar Choate.
Other clubs are now forming
Suit
COMING EVENTS CAST THEIR SHADOWS BEI'ORE THEM
Pantorlum Pioneer Cleaners. 'Phone 4
Notice
Tako niatii'o that the partnership consisting of
luadore QlOHmU and MorrliSoakin, carrying OP
business in the City of I'rince Kupert. under the
inline "f Grossmen * Soskin. la hereby dissolved.
���sof the :2nd day of May, 1911, the said Isadora
lirossman l�� to continue the business and to collect all accounts and assume nil liabilities.
Hated at I'rince Kupert this 22nd day of May.
U'll. Ill-ltli
The most interesting performance ever
held  in   British  Columbia,       '['���
be held in the Empress Theatre
Empire Day, May 24
Don't miss this.
Contest at
p.m.
CUPS AND MEDALS
on view at J. S. Gray & Son's Jewelry
Store, Sixth St.    Phone No.  7s black,
TICKETS   -   50c AND 75c
on sale at theatre and at Gray's store
Municipal Notice
...        . ������ I WANTED-Room and board  In private family
A  classified  advertise   eut will    x.M.. OnUmiit onice. M
help  your  business  to  grow  big |
enough to use display adveriisii gl   | ��i����������������*����-i >-'��� Limnr-���
-.        Fire Insurance f
i-     lei-  4.^..^..-^...���^...^.���'^...'^���''���-.���-^.������^������'^'���^-���t
I j ' ed  UP  to 5 p.r
[ : position of City
.-^..a***..^*^ | lull particulari
> family
11
Applications will be received by the undersiirn-
l. on Munilns.   May 29th. for the
... Auditor,   Salary ��25 per month.
ars from lho City Clerk.
KKNEST A. WOODS.
111-11.', City Clerk.
A classified advertisein
ling what you want or what you
have to offer���will he read by
most of those for whom it is intended.
The Insurance People
I'.KT ot'lt KATKS
TIIE British Union and National r'lre Insurance
Company of Ixmdon. Bntrland. with capital
.if l2.Wu.illi.titi. See us for rates. The Mack
ilcalt v and Insurance Company. *ii-tf
A classified advertisement
find the way for you to "the rigl
pay-roll."
,.   will  j       Situa
e right **-m���������
 1
uations Wanted     [
.wmm.*���..*���..**..'���.*.**..*
A classified advertisement will
Introduce to each other the next
buyer   and   thu   next   seller   of
favorably already that still more property in this town.
energetic measures are being taken
to continue it, so much so that
the old hind grows a little nervous
at the outpouring westwards of
her best sons ami daughters.
A classified advertisement, carrying a message of any importance,
will   almost   always  bring   "the
answer."
A   classified   advertisement  Is a tireless work-
hunter   an.! aeldom fails.
Younit ladr. thnrou*hly domesticated, mod plain
cook.   Apply Bn M C . Dally News Ollice.
112-lf
By experienced man and wife as cook and helper i
in minlnir camp or country hotel. Apply 11. L. I
T.. Optimist. -t**y.
Boarders Wanted
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1
+ *
llimw conkrH mral�� nml nlwlf furnUhrd rowm��
fwthr*e t>ri>on��.     \t>i*\y Mr*. Jnmn. Scntt '
Bldr.   -i Avr.. liriwn<n Mh and 0th Su.   NWtf
Private Boanl bv thr ******* or month. Home
nnUinir BM'*-��'ii1ty. Mi��* E. M. Glrewin, ^rd
Ave., between "th and hth Sin., t>hnne 171. MMf
Overseas Club Concert
The best performance ever riven in
the city.    Held  in  Empress Theatre,
Moving Pictures at 7.1)0 p.m.
Concert at 8.00 p.m.   Sharp
FEATURE:   Tug of War
between  police, Fire Department anil
Earl Grey's Rifles,
Also Amateur Competition  fw Child.
ren under 14 years nf age-
Silver Cup and Prizes on view at J, S,
dray's Jewelry Store, where ticket]
can be had for Concert at 60c, Tile, Jl���
also from members of Club. Gray's
phone 78 black.
DANCE
What better way to close the dny than
by going to the Dance given by .1. S.
Cray at Mclntyre  Hall  after Conceit
10.30 to 2 a.ir���
Tickets, Gents $1.00. Ladies Free
J. S. GRAY & SON
Manufacturing Watchmakers, Jewel-
ere. Opticians and Engravers.
Dealers in Musical instruments.
Sole agents for the Stanley I'iano
and Players.
Sole agents for Hewitt's Rubber
Stamps.
Audits for the Victor Gramophone!
,  anil records, of which we carrv a full
The   Prince   Kupert  I  -la-.  No. 31S. Sons of ..
Coition 1. meets the lirst nod third Tuesdays In ""*���     . . , .
each munth In the Carpenters Hall, at s p m. Headtpiarters   for  enamel soiivenin.
K. v. CI.ARK. Sec., What you  don't see in our window
I'. O. Box SU'. I'rince Kupert    j,least' ask for.
We have been repeatedly asked for
Anti-Rheumatic rings. We have now
a large stock on hand, gold filled, $1.50
any size.
Warning:   To Preserve Your Eyesight
Don't Miss this Chance
DR. INMAN
Consulting Eye Specialist
of Vancouver, is now at our store. He
fits glasses for all complicated CUM of
defective vision. This is his specialty;
don't fail to see him while he ll hen,
Satisfaction guaranteed. Consultation
free.
KVKKY CLASS OP INSt'KANl'H.
The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
PhOM I.Vi Thinl Avenue nod Kulton St
S. O. E. B. S.
STOKES'
ICE CREAM
*s *-��-.~
Natural Resources Security  Company,  Limited
PAID UP CAPITAL $2M),000
PAID I'P CAPITAL $'2M>,000
Townsitea
-OFFER  FOR SALK���
Farm and Fruit Landa
���JOINT OWNKRS AND SOLE ACENTS OF
Fort George Townsite        Massett Townsite
1IKAD OFFICE:-      606 BOW BUILDING. VANCOUVER. B.C.
Local Office:
Alder Block
Sixth Street
r
i
Real Estate
If you want to save money luiy your
Patronize a white ' Furniture of
i   Du away with this.
laundry.  White labor only at J. F. MACDONALD'S
n.                  a            1           HI             1 1 O l-'tlRNITURE STORE, UCOND .ISKSIE.
A classifte,! a Ivertlsement Is a mil estate sales-   Flnnppr   laiinffrV      *ThfttlP  l I X NEAR   HCBBIDB
man. ami da.es not oftm count  enoueh     to   I IUIICCI    LiOUIItil V.    I IIUIIC   11U ,     .                           _,___���.,        .J
who is selling out his full lUCI NgWr
  less of cost.
oount" In the net result.
IIH-*. buys 7o-ft double corner, section 6;  balance
l ' -I II        I'       M        Iii'       J.       1        ��� ll.t-tf
Mali, itn a month with ttm.    Noriih.   II F.
Mel tea Co. n .<���
Nlnets- n rouna men wantr.1 to rent e,m*j furnished In tee Hulkley R.sans. fith Ave., near Fulton,
lic-lm
+*-������ ������...��-..���
BARGAINS
For Sale
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S.   UuicVllak
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BneehaM
I!
We have several  gootl buys in
sections 5, 6, T and K.
U'lirla <tale��� Ix.ts n seetiun s. ttt, cash, tin month
MrKa-*'  , ll.t.tr
tesrfs.      noms to   e let .      Apply Mrs. '
Evjen, Tth An. ar,' Teylo    t near Summit. ��r.  Open Evenings
Skeena Land District-District ,af t'.��st lUtw'
Coast Distrirt _.
Take notloe that Wm. Leslie 'af Bel pert*, ft
occupation Government tiuard. int. noi W ��I'PW
for permission to purchase the foHowl!ll alescriD-
WHY N01CAU. AND CtT FAMIUAR WITH S0HE0FTHEM  "','��,meneln, at a post pl.nt.il .,. , i,���n. .��J
  . nnd U0 chains south of the lOUUlWOst a. rnrrollM
No I7M, rnnire t, coostdlstrlct.niiirk"! Wm Wi*
For Quicli Sale LU Your Proparly With Us       N.W. comer, thenee south 40 ehelni  Uwn��"J
  wi chnina, thence north In cliain . ' "'
 ��� chains to post of commencement, .���������niaminew
JOHN DYBHAVN        ;���"-    ��,.,,,,���,
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Uncle Jerry's New List
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Carpenten are getting buiy on residences nil over town but oven with this
iiuiliiinK activity it will be Bome time
before the demand fur dwelling housei
and apartmi nti cun be supplied if ii
iver i-., became nf the number ol new
people arriving wiih the object ol
makinghomeahere.  My correspondence
upon thia aubeci with partiej now on     |2B per month.   Five   moms,
tiie   outside   is   constantly   uu'reusing
so I  malte an ekpecial appeal in those
iiiiv'tnK apartments und houses to rent
or tor aale to Immediately list them
with t net). Jerry.
RESIDENCES  FOR  RENT
.w per month.   Seven lumlahed roomi
witii evore below,   \ bargain,
tis mi nmnti,.  Two room house, un-
iiiriiistieii   with basement.    l'Wi-
itiiI.    Water.
,u ""r month- c��w��.wxw. stove \ mj gar&i&as^jE"nam'
$25 per month.    Five room cottage, plastered.    Water.
$40 per mouth.    Four rocms, hath and
toilet.   Furnlahed .Wo per month.
$15 per month.   Four   room   cottage
neur McBride. Running water.
$25 per month.   Two story, four rooma,
Partly furnlahed,
Waler
nut     laid on.
$22.50 per month.   Four   rooms   in   a
double house.   Papered tnd well
finished,
$30 pet month.   Twti      story,      seven
rooms.    Bath  room  but   not  connect ed.
$20 per month.   Three roomB.    Partly
turniKhed.
$25 per month.   Two M���ry  ,W(1
Partly turaiahed.   (.urden.
$35 per month.   Six n
WHY PAY RENT?   BUY A HOME
$2,500 Huys five room hoUM in Sec-
lion 0. Easy terms of payment
tan he arranged.
$6,000 Huys double apartment house
in Section 6. Terms can hc arranged.
$5,500 Huys nine room house with
basement. Hot and cold water.
Modern convenience". Time payments arranged.
$5,180 Huys lltgtnl eight room bungalow. Four fireplaces. Bath. All
modtfn conveniences.
$300    Huys five room house on Reserve.
$2,700 Huys four room house in Section 5. Modem conveniences, Including bath.
$3,500 Buys house and shack in Section 1. Three rooms, kitchen, basement.
$3,000 Huys two story nine room
house in Section 8, Bath. Telephone.    Price $G,576.
$1,000 Buys two sliry, five room house
in Sertion 7.   Price $2,260.
$1,000 Huys two story, seven room
cottage in Section 5. Hath. Price
$:i,(l(in.
$1,000 Huys five rmim house on Seventh
Avenue.    Price $2,600.
$800 Buys wellfinished four room house
In Section 6. Hath, closets. Price
$2,700.
BUY A LOT AND GET  RICH
$100 Huys two lots iii Section H. Price
$6l<0.
���cms anil I,uth.
Jeremiah H. Kugler
$3,000    Huys   seven   room    hoUM    in $400    Buys sin lots at Seal Cove. Price
Section 6.   Modern conveniences. $1,20(1.                          ��"��������� ���'��.������
$2,625   Huys  tw., story  house, seven I $400   Buys four lots near Seal dm
rooms, in Section 1. Price $226 each
"Ask Uncle Jerry"
H00   Buys iwo lot* in Si-rtion H. l'rico
?5U0.
,200���."">'" ,*�� '"<�� in Section H. Price
$800    Huys lot in Sertion 1, M�� terms
... mr balance.    Price |8,7M,
$$40    Buys lot In Section 5.   This is a
snap for cash.
$550   Buya two Iota In Section 8.  Buy
terms for balance,
""���e��!8P   '"'   '"   s"|,,io'i   �����     Price
PlsUXOi
$400   Buyi lot In Section 8. Price I860
HOW ABOUT ROOMINC HOUSES'
$500    Buys furniture and lease (of two
aWjra of ten room houae, Toilet and
$800  cash    Pint payment on $4,200
rooming houae, 20 x ion, i *_{_���
Sion BBS: Mm* ""^
$725   Buys furniture antl ;| \.-> vnn'
1    ;,'���', K).m,n�� '""��"��� In Bection
l<    Kent $4o per month.
ng ..
Avenue. Nine furnished rooms, all
rented. A snap.
$1,800 Huys large rooming house. Cloae
in. Fines! place in city. Bhould
dear $1(10 to $150 per month.
Investigate this.
"ASK UNCLE JERRY"
��e have also ii hotel proposition
Worthy of consideration, several husinc -
opportunities, stores to rent, boats for
I itle and so forth.
There has been a surprising demand
recently fir farm lands up the Skeena
���nd in the Hulkley valley. We have
���1 lurge amount of acreage, carefully
"Sleeted, all lhe way from Kitselas to
Francota Lake, with full descriptiortf
of the character of the soil and so forth
lhe price at present is low, running
from HO iln acre up. Some of theland
ls partly cleared antl has farm buid ng��
"11 it- You should certainly look mt"
tins.
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