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Array THE  WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending
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The Daily News
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
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Prince Rupert, B.C., Monday, May 29, 1911.
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Pkice Five Cents
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FIRE, TERROR AND DEATH
SWEEPS THE CONTINENT
Nine are Killed and Twenty, Including the Denver Ball Team,
Injured in Railway Wreck���Six are Burned Alive in Holocaust at San Francisco---Three Killed and Twenty Injured
by Destruction in Tornado in Illinois.
I BASEBALL SCORES [
Northwestern League
Spokane 8, Vancouver -I.
Seattle 4, Tacoma 0.
Portland 8, Victoria 2.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Denver, May 29.���At least nine
persons were killed and twenty
injured by a terrible train wreck
on thv Burlington road this morning. The Easl and West trains
mil head-on when running at
high speed. Scenes of ureal horror
followed. Nine "lead li.xlies have
lnvn recovered, and there may be
more.
Aniniii: those who were badly
iujurol arc the members of the
Denver baseball team who were
returning home. Their car was
smashed to splinters, and practically every man is injured in
Momc way.
Six Burned to Death
Sun  l-'t.incisco,   May  29.���The
Chutes, the largest outdoor amusement park in San Francisco, was
destroyed by lire early this morning and several persons have lost
their lives thereby. Three bodies
have been taken from the ruins,
and three others are still unaccounted for.
In addition to the loss of human
life, a valuable collection of wild
animals has been burned up.
Railwaymen Killed
Charlotte, N. C, May 29���A
double engine and train crashed
through a (resile bridge near here
last night killing both engineers
and the firemen in the fall.
Tornado Kills Three
Peoria, May 29.���As the result
BODY OF GEO. MeLEOD
FOUND NEAR ESSINGTON
Unfortunate Man Has Been Missing Since Jan. 14th-
Was Lost in  a Blizzard, and  Had  Evidently
Died While Seeking Shelter in Crevice
After being missing since Jan- of  snow.    When  it was  learned
lhal he had  not reported at  the
quarry  fears  were  entertained.
Whin  after  several  days  he did
not turn up, he was given up for
lost.
u.iry 14th, lhe dead body of
Georgi McLeod of Port Essington
was discovered this morning on
ilir ir.iil between Port Essington
ami ihi rock quarry. The body
Kaj crouched in a crevice as if
protection from a storm,
ami told ils own tale of the unfortunate man's efforts lo save
his life in a blizzard.
M'l' ���!. who was an employee
"i tin quarry left Port Kssington
���'I"111 i" mush in io ihe quarry
"ii ilu morning of January Uth.
&  aflel   lie  had   left   a   slnrin
came in    which   turned   into   a
v.nd, with a heavy fall
Search was made along the
trail for his body, but without
success. The discovery this morning  made  the  reason  clear.     He
had evidently crawled for shelter
into the crevise, and there died
from cold. The drifiting snow
had blocked up the entrance to
the crevice, so thai lhe seekers
on lhe trail wire unable to lind
him.
The body has been brought into
Port Essington for Interment
INTERRUPTED PREACHER
TO APPLAUD THE SERMON
Dramatic Incident in the Empress Theatre Last Night
An Incident With Very Pretty Story Behind
It-The Poem Touched Him
A few years ago the C. I*. R. was
building that famous tunnel near
Field, B. C. Hugh MacPherson
was one of lhe hundreds of men
working in the camps on lhe job.
lie was a big kind hearted Scotchman, made outwardly rough by
years of rough life. None, he
said were rougher than he. Then
there came a young Sky Pilot,
fresh from a Presbyterian college
and  built  bis .house  by  lhc side
of the road i<> minister to and help
the men working in  the tunnels.
He was Rev. F.W.Kerr, one day
Hugh MacPherson received word
that his wife had died. Thil w.is
a blow to him. Then to make
matters worse he gol his leg broken. Other troubles came. The
young man in the house by the
side of lhe way played the real
friend to Macl'hciso.i as he had
done to many another in lhe
camps.
"Hear!   Hear!"
****** V niaim'oiis exclamation
j1"1* ",;       ihe Kmpress Theatre
1  niKht,   when   Rev.   F.   W.
Slrr' 'luring   the  course  of   his
i."rm"h" d Hie well known poem
:;>��� s���'���;   Walter   Foss,   entitled
,,"", H   k  by the Side of tha
Koad."
. ���mo��i everybody in the build-
'""""'I I" look in die direction
,'"   Wh<���.     the    sound    came.
,.,"' "'    '   iwnsible for the ex-
""   K"     ��l    in    a    back    sea,
l"g beside him  whieh
JJ*!   'I' ����   lhc  sound  of  his
��� uid barked.   The
���ium   ,," "honc  *hu  enthu-
II, ' ��������� a tall gaunt man.
.���,, ""   CUH  of a miner
is ,���"";"'"     Hugh   MacPherson
'HI of l|,jg
Hill  -;   . .   ,
""'I hear whal   made
Sonic
him
Midi���1   ^    Church
Before       ��cr,le*c-   But was it?
���"a give a verdict read on:
of a violent tornado which visited
this district last night, thrw persons are dead and a large number
are in the hospital with injuries.
Buildings were overturned and
thousands of dollars of damage
done by the visitation.
Twenty Others Injured
Granite City, III., May 20.���At
Granite City thc tornado swept
over the grandstand at the baseball park while the place was
crowded, blowing down a portion
of the stand. In the panic which
followed twenty were injured so
severely thai they had to he taken
to the hospital.
BRYAN'S  RESOLUTION
"I Am Not a Candidate for President," He Says
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Washington, May 29.���"I am
not a candidate for President, and
never will be again," was the
definite declaration of W. J. Bryan
today when interviewed by your
rcprescntatoive as to the possibility
of his accepting a nomination as
Democratic candidate for President
The Inlander leaves for Hazelton to-morrow afternoon.
PLEASED WITH
HIDDEN CREEK
Important    New    York    Firm
Quotes Favorable Report
T'ic properties at Hidden Creek
are regarded more confidently In
New Vork every day. Thompson,
Towle it Co. .- ������>���: "Very encouraging reports are being given
out by (he Granby management
as tO the Hidden property, upon
which an option was taken lasl
November.
"Ah a result of development,
both underground and by diamond
drill, ii is estimated by the Granby
engineers thai they have already
put iu sight about I.Don,nun tons
of ore, which will average 2 1-2
per cent copper, al the Hidden
Treasure property, and ihis ore
can be transported and mixed
wilh the Granby ores very ad-
van lagcously.
WILL  SPEAK   AT  KITSELAS
Duncan Ross to  Expound the
Great Reciprocity Question
Mr. Duncan Ross, cx-M.P. for
Yale-Cariboo left at eleven
ihis morning by train for Kitselas
where he will address the Liberal
Association tonight on the question
uf reciprocity.
(Continued on Last PsgS.)
MILE IN THIRTY-FIVE SECS.
Bob Burman Sets a New Record
in Automobile Speeds
STORM PUT STOP  TO FLYING
All   Competitors   in   Big  Paris
Event Had to Descend
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Paris, May 29.���All the competitors in the big Paris aviation
contest had to descend after the
first lap of four hundred miles on
account of a terrific storm which is
raging.
RED CLIFF ORE
BY RAIL SOON
Supt.  of   New   Line  Promises
Transportation in July
D. C. Lewis, construction superintendent of the Portland Canal
Short Line now inspecting the
work there, has expressed the
belief that transportation facilities
will be given tlie Portland Canal
and K��l Cliff mines before the
end of July. The line is nearly
all graded and the rails have been
laid fot a distance of three miles
from Stewart. He is arranging
for the location for the extension
of side tracks to the ore bunkers.
The upraise from the lower
tunnel of the Red Cliff to the
surface, a distance of about 350
feet, was completed lasl week, the
entire workings being in ore. Il
is expected thai a large tonnage
will be available as soon as the
railway reaches the mine.
Mr. Lewis last summer made a
rcconnaisance survey for an extension of the line over tlie summit into Naas valley. He found
lhat the construction of a line
was quite feasible. He took
the various levels proceeding inland as far as the Naas river.
Pocketbook Stolen
Reilly's Bakery Lunch makes
home made cakes and pies to
order, lf you want one delivered
call up ail.
WILL RACE TEN MILES
ON THE FIRST OF JULY
Nicholson Accepts Holmquist's Challenge but Wants Sherman to
Run Also---Scandinavian Society is Willing to Offer a Substantial Trophy for the Contest---Sherman May Not Run But
Dave Watson Will and Probably Glyn Porter
Albert Nicholson, the long distance runner, has this morning
accepted the challenge of Holm-
quisl to run a ten mile race on
Dominion Day, July 1st, for the
benefit of the sport-loving people
of Prince Rupert The only condition he makes is (hat Sherman
who beat him in the three mile
contest on Empire Day will become a competitor.
Dave Watson who has competed
in several races, and has made a
goixl showing at the ten mile
distance has also announced his
willingness to start in lhe race.
Nicholson left for up-river this
morning after announcing his willingness lo run. But he will be
back in ample lime to get in form
for the race. He has a large
number of trophies at home ranging from silver cups to suites of
furniture to testify to his ability
on the track. His best races were
ttltt in England where he ran
fourth in one of Shrubb's big
races, and has competed with the
famous Dorando.
Asked this morning if he would
become a competitor in a race
at the ten mile distance, Sliarman,
the victor in the three mile contest on Empire Daj Baid he could
not   bind   himself   In   run.     "If
I am able to do so, I might enter
bill I do not see how I can," he
slid. Sliarman, who is employed
al P. Burns' store on Centre
street pointed oul that he was
working at laborious work from
seven in the morning until seven
in the evening, and therefore could
not do justice lo himself go into
the rigorous training that a len
mile race would require. "If
il were a three mile or even a
live mile, I might consider it, but
it is impossible for me al this
busy season of the year, on top
of my hard daily work to make
any binding promise lo run ten
miles, "he said.
"As a matter of fact," he added,
"I did not particularly want to
run in  the three mile race, only
there was a little dispute about
ihe previous contest, which I
wauled to clear up," he added.
Will Offer a Prize
The Secretary of the Scandinavian Society, lias authorised a
statement that their society is
willing to offer a substantial prize
in conjunction with the sports
commit lee for a ten mile race or
a Marathon race on Dominion
Day. This offer will almost cer-
i.iinly be accepted by the sports
committee for the Dominion Day
celebration.
In addition to the runners already mentioned, there is a possibility that Clyn Porter of the
fire hall, who has au excellent
reputation as a long distance runner may be induced to compete.
LATEST NEW ADDITION TO
RUPERTS^LAUNCH FLEET
Powerful Gasoline Boat "Lakanian" is Launched and
Ran Trial Trips Sunday��� Built for A. W. Agnew
for Survey Work along Coast Points
DAWSON TELLS
OF SUMMER RUSH
Won Suits
The winners in Sloan & Company's  Suit   Clubs  on   Saturday
tftlm".
No.   7���J.J. McKay.
No. 8���E. J. Waterman.
No. !) -G.T.Stewart
No. 10- -R.J. D. Smith.
No. 11���R. E. Walker.
No. 12���T. Barnes.
No. 18���M.Wells.
Club No. 14 is now being made
up.
Mr. Joseph Hickey, of Hickey
& Bain, left for Vancouver, Seattle
and Tacoma today on business.
Mr. Vance, city accountant, has
gone to Vancouver to attend the
wedding of a relative.
Where to Go
Men and Boats Getting  Busy
Bound for Iditarod
First arrivals from British Columbia and Northwest coast points
by water this year, including lhe
advance guard of the rush into
Idiatrod and Fairbanks, arrived
al Dawson Ihis week in small boats.
Scores of small boats are coming,
due in a day or two, with thousands
of people. A Heel of eight steamers
and eight scows has left Lake
l.e B.irge for Daw.son.
The steamer Canadian, with 126
men and 100 horses, for the
International survey work on Porcupine River and with cattle for
Fairbanks and the Iditarod, left
Yukon crossing Saturday night.
The cold storage steamer Robert
Kerr and Packet Sarah have taken
cargo from Dawson for the Iditarod
direct. The steamer St. Michael
takes cargo for Porcupine.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Indianapolis, May 29.���Bob Bur
man established a new record for
a mile ihis morning, when he
covered the distance in a two-
hundred horse power automobile
in thirty-five seconds and one-
thirty-fifth.
EMPRESS THEATRE, Second Ave;
Pictures and music, 7.30 p.m.
MAJESTIC  THEATRE,   Third   Ave;
Pictures and son^s, 7.30 p.m.
PHENIX THEATRE, Second Aveuue;
Pictures and music, 7.30 p.m.
AUDITORIUM, Sixth Avenue ; Roller
Skating, 8 p.m.
CITY COUNCIL, in City Hall, Centre
Street, 8 p.m.
BAPTIST  CHURCH,    Sixth  Street;
Social, 8 p.m., tonight.
LADIES' AID of the Hospital; meeting   in   old    Presbyterian   Church,
Tuesday afternoon.
IMPERIAL CONFERENCE
PLANS
Re-organisation of Colonial
Office Considered
London, May 28.���The Imperial
Conference on Saturday considered
the question of the re-ot'ganisu(ion
of the Colonial Oflice proposed
by Sir Joseph Ward, Premier of
New   Zealand.  Vernon   llarcoitrt,
Colonial Secretary, submitted ihe
Early on Sunday morning when
the tide was at its highest the
line new gasoline boat "Lakanian"
built for A. W. Agnew was launched
Irom 11. Johnston's yard at Hay's
Creek. This is the last boat to
leave the stocks at the Hays Creek
yard as Mr. Johnson has now
removed to a new location at Cow
Creek near Third avenue and
Market  Place.
Trial trips of the "Lakanian"
were run on Sunday, and proved
very satisfactory. The launch
is driven by a 12-1') II. P. Relaco
engine supplied by lhe Parkin
Ward Electric Co., and developed
a good speed wilh lhe engine
running at only half power yesterday. She will do nine lo ten
miles.
Intended   for   survey   work   on
the coast this summer, the launch
is very substantially built, and has
a handsome and powerful appearance. Her framing is of 1 x 2 in.
oak al 8 in. centres, her planking
1 1-J cedar. She is very strongly
decked to suit the work for which
she is intended, and has three
roomy cabins lighted by eight
ports. Mast and sail are included
in her equipment Practically
all the littinns were supplied through the Park Ward Co.
II. Johnston ai his new boatyard has installed the Rover boat-
house which he h.is purchased
wilh ils sei of line boats and
canoes, and these are available
for hire ihis season. Iii-; new
yard gives facilities for the building
and equipment of all classes of
launches anil boats.
CONGRATULATIONS COME
FROMALUWER WORLD
Readers of Daily News in Canada, United States, Europe and Australia Compliment Prince Rupert's
Leading Newspaper- Editorial Reprinted
f   Boulder  city,  West
Australia, who said he had seen
the News and wanted to know
the subscription rales as he liked
the paper.
In the issue of May 20, the
Monetary Tillies, lhe leading tinan-
cinal paper of Canada, reprinted
in full the News editorial of
Wednesday May 8, entitled "Thc
Spirit of the Press," which paid
a tribute to the "Inland Colonist,"
then of Kitselas, now of Ha/.elUm,
"I   have  been   pleased   to  notejAshton
lhe constant improvement of your
paper and particularly the recent
enlargement and change of name,'
is the extract from a letter received
by the Daily News on Saturday
from Mr. I'.. C. Mitchell, cashier
in    the   Bank   of   Commerce,   in
Sulphur,   Oklahoma.     With    this
letter came a money order for a
subscription to the News.
By  the same  mail  came  more
letters   of   congratulation   "Pray
accept my congratulations on your Ifor using grocers' wrapping paper
editing of a paper so well printed (to get out ilu- paper when the
list of changes the government is and free Irom exaggeration" WSS I regular news printing paper gave
prepared to institute in the stand- the enconium handed out by Mr. out rather than suspend publi-
ing committee of  the conference. William   Fillander  of  Vancouver, cation.
These changes would make lhe who also sent a subscription for These tilings arc encouraging.
Committee absolutely advisory the Daily News. He had been The News lias improved and,
without   being   executive.     lt   is taking the weekly edition. furthermore, is going to keep on
slated thai most of the premiers      Rev.   Mr.   Brown   Presbyterian improving.     The   significance   of
are satisfied with the present sys- minister al   Kitselas, handed  out the letters will be appreciated by
tern, but decision in the matter is the   next   bouquet   and   following our   advertisers   as   well   as   our
I meantime postponed, him came a letter from Mr. William | subscribers. TJH E    D AI L Y    NEWS
The Daily News
Formerly The "Prince Rupert Optimist
Published by the Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
DAILY AND WEEKLY
SUBSCRIPTION RATES-Daily, 50c per month, or $5.00 per year, in advance.
Weekly, $2.00 per year. Octside Canada-Daily, $8.00 peryear; Weekly,
$2.50 per year, strictly in advance.
TRANSIENT DISPLAY ADVERTISING-50 cents per inch. Contract rates
on application.
HEAD OFFICE
Daily News Building, Third Ave., Prince Rupert, B. C.   Telephone 98.
BRANCH OFFICES AND AGENCIES
New YoKK-National Newspaper Bureau, 219 East 23rd St., New York City.
Seattle ���Paget Sound News Co.
London, England-TIic Clougher Syndicate, Grand Trunk Building, Trafalgar
Square.
RISKY SURVEY
THIS SUMMER
Party  of Fifteen  Set  Out for
Alaska Boundary
"The newspaper, with the law, should assume the accused innocent
until proven guilty; should be the friend, not the enemy of the
general public; the defender, not the invader of private life and
the assailant of personal character. It should be, as it were, a
keeper of the public conscience." ���Henry Watterson.
Daily Edition.
Monday. May 29
WANTED!   HALF AN AMBULANCE
It will be gratifying news to tlie citizens, and especially to those
whose daily occupations make them liable to become the victims of
accident, to know that a sum of five hundred dollars is in the possession
of Dr. Eggert. as the gift of the (.irand Trunk Pacific railway company
towards the purchase of an ambulance. For his service in laying
the needs of the city in this respect before his company, General Superintendent Mehan, jointly with the G. T. P. is deserving of thanks.   I
In due time Dr. Eggert will of course, lay the matter before the
Hospital Board, and notify them officially that the money is in hisl
possession.    In the meantime, owing to the daily risk that is being
run, and the great urgency of the case, the public will be quite justified j -���d   abounds   in   dangerous ere-
in acting as if official notification has been given, and make the nee-' vasscs.
essary arrangements to procure an
In Inciting the Alaska boundary
line Irom a point inland from
Kakul.it Bay to the intersection
of the 111 meridan a Dominion
government survey party now in
Vancouver will undertake this season one "t thc most hazardous
undertaking.- in the annals of the
survey. The party of fifteen white
men wil! be in charge of Noel J.
Oglivie of Ottawa, who has had
a great deal of experience along
the northern frontier during the
past five yeras.
The mule inland to the boundary and on to the base of Mt.
Elias, which towers to a height of
19,000  feet,   i
It extends along the famous Male-
spina glacier which begins at the
water's edge. There is little likelihood of the surveyors reaching
Mount St. Elias this season. It
will be an uphill ascent over icefields all the way. Every member
of the party will be aitired in
winter clothing to withstand the
cold weather. Sledges will be
utilized in packing in instruments
and supplies.
The   glacier   extends   right   up
from   the  foot  of   the  mountain
WANT TENNIS CLUB
Racket and White Shoe Enthusiasts Getting Together
Tennis enthusiasts of Prince
Rupert have got together ami art
going to organise with *i view to
establishing a tennis club and
providing if possible a tennis court
conveniently situated in the City.
A meeting will be held for this
purpose, in the Presbyterian church
on Tuesday evening .it dghl o'cli i *
Bishop DuYernet's tennis court is
the only one in Prince Rupert -A
present.
MUST HAVE THE
RAILWAY HERE
Clift Ford's Views on Prince Rupert Red Hot his Morning
EIGHT HOUR SHIFTS
S. H. Watson Starts Three Shift
a Day to Finish Contract
This morning it was announced
ibout forty miles. jon Watson's contract that three
eight hour shifts would be worked
a day until the contract is finished.
S. H. Watson got men from the
P. R. LA. today. The P. R. LA.
favor anything that furthers the
advance of the eight hours move-
Mr. Clift Ford, the English
financier whose wide interests in
Prince Rupert are well known.
arrived by the Prince George this
morning, in company with Mr.
(i. M. Helgerson.
Talking to the Daily News, he
remarked that his visit is one of
investigation with a view to possible further investment. He is
likelv to go up river as far as
Hazelton if time permits. Regarding Rupert itself, Mr. Ford
is most optimistic, but his experience as a financier leads him to
avid any tendency to hope for
a wild boom, but rather to expect
the steady upward progress of the
city.
"One thing I do say," he remarked. "Vou must have a railway here before the great mass of
Eastern  and  British  capital  will
flow   in   in   any   great  quantity.
ment which is their mam pursuit        ..   ,        ���������.���,. .   .,        ,   ,,, ���
l ii til the railway is through there
can be no phenomenal movement.
I If there were it would not be good
' for the citv."
at present.
BUILD ENGINES
IN CANADA
ambulance.    Every day's delay inland from the sea. Mr. Oglivie
means the risk of a repetition of thc heart-rending sight of a couple
of weeks ago. when injured men screaming with pain were borne through
tlie streets on a common jolting dray. Every day's delay is a menace
to the comfort ar.d perhaps the life of anyone of us.
The cost "f a properly equipped ambulance is placed at an approximate figure of SLOW.   The Grand Trunk Pacific   has   set thejtoth  governments.     It   has  been
pace by subscribing half the amount.    We have got as it were, half deemed unwise to plant boundary
and all the members of the party
will be roped.    The survey line
will be determined by triangulation
British  Capitalists  to Enlarge
Canadian Locomotive Works
(Canadian Press Despatch]
Kingston. May 29.���Lord Pryor
and a party of British capitalists
an ambulance,   Who will subscribe the other half?
This is not a case where the hospital board should go round hat
in hand asking for contributions. It is a case where the duty is clearly
laid upon the whole body of citizens to provide assistance for its helpless
and injured members. It is as clearly a duty for the city to provide
a proper conveyance for its injured contributories, as it is to provide
a medical officer to protect the general health. It should not be made
a matter of charity. It is a matter of civic duty���one of those utilities,
which because they are of collective use, should be collectively purchased out of the public funds.
lt is an open secret that the recent manoeuvring of the Hospital
Board to appoint an "honorary president," is merely a device to give
voting power to Mr. William Manson, thus to enhance that gentleman's prestige.    If the city council was to get busy at its meeting
and a series of photos will form a| have purchase the I'..nadian Loco-
part  of   the  official   record   for motive Works plant here, and will
greatly enlarge the works. The
present capital of $.">00,000 is t<> be
increased to $2.50tUK\l.
monuments   owing   to   the   slow
movement of the glacier.
INDIAN CHIEF
DISAPPEARS
Oh, You Cupid!
Mr. Ray Bowers, who has been
for some time with Mr. C. B.
Wark, left for a trip south last
week. A well founded rumor has
it thai when hc returns he will
have a bride with him.
CONEY ISLAND RED HOT
Dreamland Amusement Resort
Destroyed   by   Flames
Moses Shakes of Wrangell Missing from His Boat, Yankee
MoSCS     Shakes
StaM ttadn tai airmail to the ur.ai*nifn*d
tnd endoned  Tend*.- for PuKie Butfdmc. Cr��n-   I  .,    , ,  ...
brook. B. C.   wffl be rurlved ar.til �� p.m.. or.; Ml..kl>   o|   W range
Mor.dt-..  June   II,   IS1L  for  th.  eons'.mction
of* Publie Building, l.r��r.bn<.k. H. C.
Plans, specification and form of contract can
' bc Mac and forms of *mr.itr obtained at tbe ot-tm
ot Mr. Wm.   Hcndaraon.   Resident       __*t__*t*.
Victoria. B. C at th* por. office. Cranbrook.aed
I at thu department.
tonight and vote a sum of $500 to complete the sum requisite for19��>Sn*^SS&ta& ��UT^��& ��a>��SmS
on  "f  Chief
mysteriously
disappeared from his gasbo.tt. Yankee, up the Stikine River.
The boat was closely examined
by   the   party   of   hunters   that
the purchase of an ambulance, public sentiment would be so grateful. iI^,u^pp;Si���f,r'31.Sf^u^'��r..!'an'd $_�� cwnP��� dMe ���?'��� and Mo8e"  hat
that probably no hostility would be aroused if the act was followed
���ir,
tfitifT.-tm.
atinf
In the
_*:-,-. -, iur.��
of ftrrn*.
nd pltm
MMl
by the admission of Mr. William Manson to voting power, without
an>* jugglery or manoeuvring.   In any event his prestige would receive
the desired enhancement by the act.
Public opinion���humane public opinion���is demanding an ambulance. The (irand Trunk Pacific on its own volition, on the recommendation of Gen. Supt. Mehan has acted very promptly and generously in the matter.   It is now up to the city council to do the rest.
rifMtan, Um natun of tbt MAMtJ r, and p'.*e��
of m: it-r.ee cf each member of tr.e firm muit
be gtvtf
Eacr,   trr.der  mmt   I*   ��<v *-
accept* 1 cheque on a chartered bttL payable
to tne order of the Honourable tr.e Minuter of
Public Worka, equal to ten per cert 10 p.c. of
the mount of the tender, which -.'.\ he forfeited
if the penon tendering decline to enter Into a
contract when called upon to do so, or fail to
complete the work contracted for. If tbe tender
be not accepted the cheque will be returned.
The Department doe�� not bind itaelf to accept
tbe loweat or any tender.
By order,
R. C DESROCHKRS.
Secretary.
Department of Public Worki,
Ottawa. May 13. 1911.
Newspapers will not be paid for thlt advertlae*
ment if they ineert it without authority from tbe
Department. 2t
H. F. McRAE
F. R. C. BROWN
H. F. McRae & Co.
Financial Agents
Second Ave.,
Princi Rl'PERT
Branch:
Vancouver
A   FEW  CHOICE  OFFERINGS   FROM   OUR   LIST
Lots Block
2X 24 18
47 1
6 12
9, 10 28
31, :I2 1
We have one very choice buy in Section 1 which we cannot advertise-
absolutely central���small cash.    AIbo several close-in lots at $25 month.
Section
l'rice
Cash
1
si;..;'*
S5.000
6
1,250
6.50
8
1.57,5
800
6
aoo
each
250
i
525
each
100
LAND  LEASE NOTICE
The Daily News
Skeer.a Und Diatriet���Dutnct of Coaat
Take Mta that William Munford ,     Princ*
Rupert,   H.   C,   occupation   prtsipector,   intenda
to  apply  for  permlalon  to  lea**  tbe  fotowing
leaCr ��� *������ landi:
Commenc.r.f at a poat planted about 100 chalna
aouth of the Indian Reserve or. the eaat aide of
(iooae Hay and on tha Mat tide of the peninaula
thencv �����uth 10 chaina along ��hor*. thence met
40 chain to Goaae Day. tbence north along shore
HO ahairu, thenee weat 40 ehalm mon or laaa to
C, containing 320 acraa more or laaa.
ed March ��. 1��|.      WILLIAM ML'NFoKD
Pub. April U.
Skeena Land Diatnct    Dintrict of Cout
Take   r.otice   that   Otii   J.   Hanaon   of   Prince
Kupert, H   C, occupation prmpector, intenda te
apply for permianon to leaae it,- following daacnt*d
landa:
Commencing at a poat planted about a ouarter
of a n.ilt! from the north weit comer of Utbaon
laland on the uu 1 liibaon Itlaid, thence aouth 40
chairu, thence eut 20 chain*, thenc* north 40
chainn, thence weet 20 chaini to point of commencement, containing *0 acree more or leaa.
OTIS J.  BENSON.
Dated :9thMarch. 1911
LAND  PURCHASE NOTICE
DELIVERED TO ANY ADDRESS IN SECTIONS 1, 5
AND  6  EVERY DAY FOR
50c PER MONTH
bke.ni Unal Diitrict���District ol (out lUnra
Tike notice thil I, Clin May Utile ol Princ
Kupert.   Ii.   C,   occupation  spinster.  Intend   to
���pply lor permiKlon to purchue the followins
described lands:
Commencing it ��� post plinted it the north
weet corner of Lot 1735, Hinge 5, Coast District
thence eut 40 chains, thonco nnrth 26 chiini
thence wnsl 31 chain thonce north 20 chains
thonce west 10 thalns, Ihence soulh 45 chaini to
point of commencement, containing 112 acrea
more or leu.
Dated April 4, 1911. (LAKA MAY LITTLE
Pub. April 16.
bkeena Und District -Diitrict of (out Range 5
Take notice lhat Mary lleaton (iildenleeve ol
victoria, 1). C, occupalion housekeeper, Intends
lo apply for iiermission lo purchaae the following
descrilied landi:
Commencing at a poat planled at the aouthweat
corner ot Lot WHi. Itange 6, (oaat lllstrlct.lhence
��0 chains south thence 40 chalna eut. thence SO
chains north, thence 40 chalna weat to point of
ommeneemont, containing 320 acrea more or leaa.
MARY BEATON 111I.DKHSLKKVK
Dated April 17, lull.
I'ub. May 6.
Skeena l.anil Dlitrisl-Dlalrict ol Caasiar
ii       .   ",?11^ ,h"  '���  tmt-   yueenan of  Print,
iiuuert    ll. (,., occupation  prospector,  Intend to
dAiXlaW1-""  lo ,"1,c,",*��� *** Wlowlni
coat, shoes and t-mpty puree were
found in the boat Tht wiring
of the engine w.is tangled and
disconnected and a closer search
disclosed bolld spots on the engine, floor, sidewalk and  bedding.
After a thorough search for the
Ixxly the party returnul to Wran-
gell and reported the facts to Chief
Shakes and the officials.
That evening the party of hunter* together with Chief Shakes
and George Shakes, went back
to Andrew* Creek to make am ore
thorough search for the body but
failed to recover it.
BUILDING PERMITS
Several Plans /.re Passed by the
Building Inspector
Tin- following permits have been
issued by the Building Inspector:
George H, Laux, residence on
Fifth avenue, four room.*, cosl $x<m>.
Hickey   &   Bain,   addition   t"
c.irpcnlir *hop. < <��t SHIM).
Anderson & McKinnon, remodelling I'ien y-Morris building on Center street for the Canadian CllS-
toms, cost ?.S(H).
II. M. Dann, alterations and
addition to residence on Fifth
avenue, cost $200.
Kai-.li iS: O'Brien, residence on
Fifth avenue, eight rooms, cost
11,900.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
New York, May 29��� The Dreamland Amusement park at Coney
Isalnd was completely destroyed
by fire last night. The (lames
threatened to destroy the other
big Island resorts, but were fought
back by a great army of fire
fighters from the city.
MADE GREAT FLIGHT
Pierre Vedrine Only Aviator to
Complete the Paris to Madrid
Contest.
FREE
EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE    :     :
For nl! kinds of help, cooks,
waiters dishwashers, hotel por-
U-w all kinds of laborers or me-
chanics, call up
Phone No. 178
or call at the
Grand Hotel Free Employment Oflice
Headquarters for cooks 4 waiters
ROGERS & BLACK
-WH0LB8AU!  DEALERS IN-
Building  Material,   Cement,   Lime,
Hair-fibre Plaster, Coke, Blackamith
Cool,  Common Brick,
Pressed Brick
Shinglet, Lath, New Wellington Coal
Ai.l. ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED
New
Knox
Hotel
BESNER &  BESNER,   Profru
The New Knox Hotel fs run on thi> !���
plan.   FirBt-claaa service
Improvements,
AU the Ut..�� k':IZ
BEDS ".,. [���,"
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
See Us for Prices.
Phone No. 116
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST
Phone No. 200 P. 0. Box 580
PRINCE RUPERT. B. C.
Windsor Hotel
FIRST AVENUE AT EIGHTH STIiK' T
Newly Furnished and
Steam Heated Rooms
A FIRST CLASS BAR AND DIM'.
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATES 50 CENTS AND UP
BATHS FREE TO GUESTH
ROBT. ASHLAND
P.O. BOX 37
1 w. j. McCutcheon ii
Carries complete stock of Druirs.   Special
attention paid to filling prescriptions.
Theatre Block phone no. -���.* Second Are.
CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Agents
Orders promptly filled.   Prices reasonable.
OFFICE-H. B. Rochester. Centre St.    Phone ��
Reilly's Bakery Lunch
^Empress Theatre Basement
Hotel Central SS J3fe
European and American plan. *team
hentft], modern conveniences. Rate��
$1.00 to $2.60 per day.        : :
Proprietor
Cor. 2nd Ave. and 6th Street
..Grand Hotel..
WORKWOMAN'S HOME
Spring Beds, clean White Sheets 25c
Rooms 50c
BEST IN  TOWN  FOR  THE  MONEY
J. GOODMAN. Proprietor
| VICTORIA   CAFE
a�� Lunch and Meals at all hours; Lunch IV.
J Meals 25c up-Come and Se.
V YOl' CAN a.IT  A SQUARE HKAI. ANY TIMK
(Canadian I'n.s> IV-patcM
Madrid, May 27.���Kere Vedrine, tdc French aviator, completed
his flight from Paris to this city
today. He was the only one of
thrw competitors to complete the
course.
Triumphant Males
Friday's Bridge Tournamen
was fully reported in another part
of the paper,but this item from a
masculine source is interesting.
"Be sure you don't forget to put
in that WE beat them by 8,100
points, antl that the men's lowest
���core was equal to the girls'
highest," says the said source.
Now will you be good?
A Little Slip
The conductor of the Skidegate
Band which won iii the recent
contest was Arthur Moody. The
band was Instructed by Arthur
j Solomon, who however, did not
I wield the baton during the contest.
Charlie Bell, the baritone soloist
of this band, also distinguished
himself as a runner winning a
silver cup.
Rochester &
t   * Monroe
Ladysmith
>t Coal
\i   Phonen5
==E.   EBY   CSt,   Co.=
REAL   ESTATE
Kitsunikulum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM ��� B. C.
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members of  the order in the city
are requested to visit thc lodge.
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiard*
Twelve Tables Second Am:.
FOR   SALE
Two Box Hall Alleys. 42 feet lonir.
case anal counter, chairs, card tables, nc.
1200 takes th. outfit for ijulck sale. Ad'lF
H. E. ROSS, Empress Hotel P.��l K-
Third Avenu. - Prince Rupn
For Rent
Partly furnished House Oil
3rd Ave. 7 rooms with
Imth.       Electric    light,-'!
G. S. JOHNSTONE, N.G.
H. MORTON. Secretary.
There is not a ball player in
the land who has thc hold on the
public like Hans Wagner. Larry
l.ajoic is not really popular any
place, although his ability is not
questioned. Ty Cobb has earned
the rep of bdng pig-headed and
the fans ar,' generally pulling
for him to make an error or strike
out, but in 1'hiladlephia, New-
York, Brooklyn. Boston and other
places the bugs arc eager to see
Wag knock the ball out of t|u-
'ot,  even  though  the  turning  of
i���^ GS'.'iaJSss ^Tr ��� ���i ������ ���' ������'
1 t-h��neR I'lrii,, ti-   ___*_*__, .,  "   "'   " "���"���
tu .Am*. V  ���</n�� .V"1 ���hn��  ��f  ��iKm��   IUy
I -*0 ehainn mon* or I
"iow .."iw'Smm?,- ""'nw westerly 40 chain's
1(10 ,er��� ���,���     i?!"1 ~n>m��neement, cont.lnln��
nmn queknan
such
to th
.1
i  trick  means dire disaster
home team.   They all have
warm   spot   for   the  lumbering
German and when he quits baseball the National League will lose
its highest trump.
A Great Dictionary
On another page wil be found
an advertisement of the "New
International" Webster's I'nabrig-
ged Dictionary. This is a reminder
thai the Lnglisji language is being
added to yearly, so that even the
awe-inspiring sheepskin-covered
tome which for years has been
known as Webster's I'nabridged,
has to be added to by some seven
hundred pages of words and illustrations and revised meanings.
Thc New International has only
been completed a few months, and
supersedes the International edition of 1890. In looking about
for the most complete and authoritative dictionary on the market, thc Daily News has selected
the Ncw International for use in
ils own office.
F. W. HART
UNDERTAKER ft KMIlAI.Mr.il
stock 00M9URS
Little's NEWS Agency
Magazines :: Periodicals :: Newspaper!
CIGARS   ::  TOBACCOS  ::   FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
G. C. Emmerson
NADKN  BLOCK SECOND AM'-
ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
ELECTRIC WIRING
IN BOTH PRIVATE AND BUSINESS B0USB
Work performed by experts onl.\
A first class job is guaranteed In
every instance.
A large stock of Chandeliers Hid
Fittings carried.
FOR SALE
Lots 6 and fi, Block 28,
Section 1.
$3000, 26 per cent, cash,
balance 1, 2, 8 yeara,
7 per cent.
GEO. W. MORROW
1076 Nelson St., Vancouver, B.C.
H. W. Blakely - Electrican
Near M��m
Third Ave.
To Lease
For row boats and launches
telephone 320 green. Davis*
Boat House.
BOWLING, 1LKS
4 Alleys. 7 Tabln.     A Kcao,| cxer-
elm*.   A clean sport.   Lnalies every
afternoon.     Newman  lll.ack,  between tith and 7th Sts.
TKt> Morrison.    Proprietor Bnil Manairer
MM***!**���stsm^nstsMmm
Lots
22, 23, 24, 25
17
24
14
7,8
Block
8
18
81
86
14
Be <ii"i
I
1
1
1
G.R.NADENCOMPANY
I Second Av��.
Limited.
Princ* Rup��rt. B C
_____ THE   DAILY    NEWS
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LYNCH BROS.
I
i
General Merchandise
Largest Stock
|   Lowest Prices  in Northern  B. C.    \
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= THE COSY CORNER =
DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY   TO  THE INTERESTS   OF  WOMEN
*mt*���&**m_ **���**.** mm*****.****,.** *-.** ^m^h ^n ^t^"^"^'*^" * **** ******* **
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WE ��� HAVE - FOR ��� SALE
(CROWN GRANTED)
Section  9
Townahip 1
Range
4 NECHACO VALLEY
PRICE:-$15.00 PER ACRE, EASY  TERMS
This is an excellent section and was one of the first to be
staked in the Valley.
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers and Financial Agents, Prince Rupert
j'jwimta
i*.l't'-'t'*:*'*:tii:t-.t:l:*i*:t'>:i:*:t:*:t:t:*:
=38
NATURAL RESOURCES
SECURITY COMPANY, Ltd.
��    Local Office:
n
8       	
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PAID UP CAPITAL $250,000
-OFFER  FOR SALE���
Farm and Fruit Lands
Townsites
S ���JOINT OWNERS AND SOLE AGENTS OF���
�� Fort George Townsite Massett Townsite
I :	
���5     IIKAIi DKFICE:- 606 BOWER BUILDING. VANCOUVER, B.C
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Sinus Und District Diatrict ol Cuul llama t>
Taka noticv that I, IMI 11.11 K.nmy ol lit-
smith, Hut* Scutta. occupation married woman.
ttUod to apply (or permission to purchaaa th.
halloaiT.c alt .critK-d lands:
t.��a-i.ti., i.ring al a poat pUnted .1 north *****
kii.i ul T. L Lot .*'_:*���. thonco rannlng ***** 40
CUifca, Ihencv north SO chalna, thanoa MM 40
cfeaiaa, thrncv aoulh Ml chalna lo plan ol com.
attxvnwnt containinK 320 una mora or Um.
Ily post is on aoulh cut corner ol land applied
1st, nurkrd Irttm S. fc., about on. mil. wat nl
Lak. Ukalac, aouth aid. ol SkMM llvar District
sl Com Rann o.
Iltad April 2��, l'Jll.     BELL HALL KENNEY
Pub. Mu 13. John Haveity, Agant
Skcna Und District -DUtrict ol Caaaiar
Take notice thai I, Jamaa  Dunlop ol  I'rinco
Kupcn, II. f., occupation   IsamsUr,  Intend, to
���pply tut i-nm��,Kjn lo purchaa. lh. lollowing
trntnlml Un,U:
tua.ntr,nng at a post planted about two miloa
���mill ol the forka ol lhe Whit, ud Flat rinca,
timet tia.nh ao chaina, Ihence ��M KO chaina,
| . I.air,., il.arare ea.t hU chains.
��w Aw,: is, Kll, JAMES nrsi.ni-
n* Mai 1J. Francis 8. I'reaton, Agent
iW.a U- 1 District-Diatrict ol Coaal Rang. 5
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Taka
:..,.������
la. a;.
tacm
���a  .-.'  .
lm.lt,
that  Annie   MuaaaUom  ol  Prince
'  . occupation married woman, intenda
i . ���:��� aa.n to purchaae Ihe (ollowing
a:., la:
c'a( al a post planted at a port al th.
' ri,.r, '.ia chains eoal (rom N. E. earner
a'. Harvey'a .Purvey, Coaat Diatrtct,
' >-���' awt 20 chaina, Inane, north 40
m* woat 10 ehaina, Ihence Muth 20
k ,-a.t 2u chalna, thane, aouth 20
MM ul commencement. ConUlning 120
m hws.
) % llll. ANNIE MI'SSALLEM
nt Dwtrict -Diatrict ol Caaaiar   t
���    lhat   I.   Thomaa   McMeekln   ol
. li  1., occupation clerk, Inlend to
'.   tn  purchaae  the  luUowing
*���    - *   , at a inat planled about two mQaaj
, a.f the White and Flat litre���.
- i chalna, thane, east   80 chains,
' iim, thenca waat HO ehaina.
,",, 1*11.      THOMAS MeMKEKIN
Francia S. Pneion. Agent
Tsk.
���ft li i
lar
I-:-
.- ',,
Oacnra.
���outk a,
���M lis-
***��� ���
'MM \
l'��l>. Ma
Disirict-Diatrictol Caaaiar
' lhat I, Charles L. Dalgro>. ol Slew-
' -.aatlon proepeetor. Intend to apply-
to purchaa. lh. lollowing desrritod
1*1 poet planud about alt mila.
"nl" warn o( tb. (orka ol lhe Whit*
U.-nc. aouth  HO chalna. thene.
in-nee north SO chalna, ihence ww
1*11.     CHARLES DELUROVE
Francia 8. I'raMon, Agent
Rlaaa
I    ��� .
I**t.~ ���,.
("IHA,
I I 'istrlct���District ol Caasiar
'I I Irencie 8. i'reaton ol I'rinee
��� ceupalion prnspectur, intend to
isslon  to  purchaa. the  lollowing
���   at  a  poat  planted   about   threw
1  ' !�����' mile, wmt ol lh. (orka ol
1 Isi rivers  ihence nuth HO chaina
" chains, thenoa  north  ��0 chalna,
chaina.
������ "ll.    FRANCIS 8. PRESTON
' TU,! ' "l-'rirt-Dlatrlet ol Coaal Range 6
li i '..">' I-Joe Jack ol I'rire. It. p���tt,
I'M. !      '- csri��nler. Inland to opply lor
Uii. '  I'uichuc  the   (ollowing   (Ucrlbed
.,, |,., . -.! SIa nan planted about thienfand
l"��n a ' -,. . ,, "���"J I" ��� aoulh wearterly direction
*_* ***' .. 'J'""il Obsertretory Inlel where
> tl* Indian Ileaerve thence east
"������I" ii ., , ;""> nn chalna, thene. weetKO
ilk Ml chalna to point ol com-
to1''��� i" I, "'6,��*****m<n*5m
*m Ma. i "'""I- JOE JACK
al I  ���
0,1,""     '"   torn. "iW.'r* ���* I*""1 ''l-'l"ti��
">""<�� heSSS  '*",ck 5 Weodetock.
Iwehsea the (ollowing ds.crihed
MM   planled   ahout  aeven
B��
. vSLST'EJ ��� "����� month A
*> h2 *"..****-*�� I"" N^l���
.   . "'".':"'._****�� chain, .nuth.
HMi
Kj4Wil.nl
liTJSS ,h"?��  M chninn  north.
1 if. .ri.    polnt V commenwment
*fT*_m more or ]**m.
im* FRANK LGVtCK
Num�� O^merv, A|��n
Skeena Und DUlrict���Dtatrict of Cout lUofp &
Take nolle* thtt I, Frank Hick* of Port K��-
kiriiTton,  occupaUon   merchant,   intend   to   apply
for permMon lo purchaae th* following IMBDH
turn
Commencing at a poat planted on tb* aouth
bank <rf the Kxchumaika Rlvrr and about four
mllea from Ila conflu*nce witb lh* Skevna Rlv*r.
thenc* 80 chalna areat, thenc* 60 chalna north,
thencv HO chalna aaat, thenc* aoulh 80 chalna
to point of comm*neement, containing 640 acrm
more or !�����-
Dated April Sl, 1911. KHAN K  HICKS
I*ub. April 29.
Sktvna Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Coaat
Taka notka that WUIUm McTavUh of Vancou*
var, 11. i    occupation phyaician, Intanda to apply
for permiaaion to purchaaa th* following dmcrtxd
landa:
Commancing at a poat planted at the aouthwe*
corner, 40 chalna nonh and 40 chalna eaat of th*
northmat cornar of Lot 1116, Harvey'a Survey.
Coaat Diatrict, Kange '��. th*nc* 60 chain* aatl
th*ncv 60 chalna north, thenc* 60 chaina wiat,
Ihenca 60 rhaina aouth to poat nf commencement
containing .160 acm morv or haa.
Dat*d May 2. 1911. WILLIAM A. McTAVlSH
Pub. May ��. Frad W. IlobUr, Agant
Skeena Land DUtrict���Diatrict of Coaal Range 6
Take notice lhat l-rtt i* McTavUh of Vancouver,
B. < . occupation married woman, Intenda to
apply for permiaaion lo purchaae iha following
described landi:
Commvnetng at a poat planted al the northweat corner 100 chalna eaal and 20 chaina north
from the northmat corner of Lot 1116, Harvey'a
Survc), Coaat DUtrict,Range fc.thence 20 rhatna
aoulh, ihenc* R0 chaina *a*t, thtnee R0 chaina
north, thenca 40 cbalna w**t, tb*nc* 60 chalna
aouth, thencv 40 chaina weat to poat of commencement, containing 400 acrea more or liw*.
Dated alay 2, 1911. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
I'ub  May ���>. Fred W. Rohler. Agant
SUkine Land IHatrict-DUtrict of Caaaiar
Taka notka that Chriatian A. Tarvo ol Stiklna
H  C , occupation cuatomi ofhear, intenda to apply
for Mrmteion to purchaa* th* following daacribad
Commencing at a port plantad about 16 chalna
north weat at lh* cuatoma warehouae al Stikine.
II. i thenco w*at 20 ehaina, thenc* aoutk 20
chaina, thenc* eait 20 chaina, thenoa north 20
chaina lo point of commeneement and oontalnlng
BSKTKw.    christian a. tervo
Pub. Atri 1
Skeena Und Dlauiet-Dlalricl o( Toaat Range 6
Taka notiee lhat tlrace McTaviah, ot Vancouver.
B. C., occupation married woman. Intends to apply
(or necmiaalon to purehaM th. (ollowing d��Mr1b*1
Commencing al . port planted at lh. wuthwawt
comer IfO chain. ������ and 80 ehaina north ol
the northeMt comer o( l^it lll��, H.rvey'. Survey,
Coaat Dsslrlrt, Rang. ��, thenee 40 ch.ln. e��sl.
the.ee 1*0 eh.in. north, thonc. 40 chalna wiwt.
thenr* HO chaina ��outh to poK o( commmewment
containing 320 acrvw more or Iws. UVT.VI������
Dated May J, 1911. _S3tPLMfTAVISII
I'ub May 6. F��d W. Bohfer. Agmt
8ke��n. Und Dirtrict -Dirtrlet olCoajt Range -
T.ke notice that Alejander Mcintosh o( Van
couver, B C, oecupatlon nsal srtaie broker
Intenda lo apply lor permlalon lo purchaa. the
following doacribed landa:
Commenring at a port planled 40 chain, eouth
Irom Ihe aouthweat comer A Ut W*. Ihence wi
chains aoulh, Ihence 4n chain, wert, Ihenc. no
chalna north, th*nre 40 chain, ewt to point ot
commencement containing ��20 acm mor. or Ma.
D.��iAp,ai7.i.n.i5XANI)ERMeINT08H
Pub. May 8
Skeena Und Dlrtrict    Dlrtrict ol Coart Range 6
T.ke notie. Ih.l I. Uuchlan John Mianenen nl
Victoria,   B.   C,   occupation   learher.   I*******
apply   (or permWton  to purchase  lh.  (ollowing
deocribed landa: .._._        .
i nmm.nrlng at a port planted S.a chains eo'ilh
(rom th. ��>ulheMt eorner ol lx>t aofK), lh'n'�� ��"
eh.lns wuth. thenc. 40 ehaina wert. inrnee 4"
chalna north, Ihence 40 chalna e��et t" polntot
eommeneement, containing 1��) acre, mote or M.
I.AUCIII.AN JOHN SHANAIIAN
Dated April 17,1*11.
Pub. Mar *.
SkMna Und Watrict-DlaUW. ol Coul R��n*����
Taka nolle, that Mr,. U C. ���nu''��m."',"
Paul,   MlnMKHa,   occupntion   married J"****"
intmde to apply lor (wrmtoion to piirenne. tna
lollowing deacribed l.nd.: ,.     .,
Commandng .Is port planted at lhe -���<��**��
eorner A Ut No. 1738 marked Mr. I.. < . P"tB��ni;
northwutt  eorner, thenee ml 40 ch.ins,    henc.
aouth  RO  chain,   thenre  eart   40 chains,  thenc.
north 00 ehaln. lo poat A eommeiicwn.nl, eon
Lining 320 .ere. more or Ic"
Dale.1 March 20 1(11.
This is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Cerner" will fill a social need.
NOVEL COAT SUIT
Pub. April I'���.
MRS. la C. PUTNAM
Ok. R. Putnam  Agan
used to cream chicken. If the ripe
olives .ire chosen the flavor is
delicious. They are also good in
a chicken scallop. Mix ihe sauce
with the chicken, put in a baking
dish, cover the top with grated
cheese and bake in a quick oven
until the top is brown.
An   exceedingly  modish  white
serge   coat   suit,   introducing   the
new pincushion buttons, which are
used for decorative purposes only.
These combined with heavy slistch-
ing and thc unique arrangement
of side seam on skirt are most
attractive. Similar treatment is
given tlie jacket, which has a
collar of wide striped black and
white taffeta.
PICKNICKING  IN EUROPE
Out of Doors Parties Made Easy
Over There
In Europe picknicking is made
easy. In some of the suburbs and
recreation places, thc municipality
provides a kitchen with a large
stove, tea and coffee pots, heavy
white crockery in the form of
pitchers, plates, cups, etc., all
for thc use of the pickuickers.
The picnic parties bring their own
raw tea, coffee, or chocolate, take
it into the kitchen, where it is
made for them, or they may make
il themselves.
Kor the loan of the utensils and
the making of the beverage a small
price is charged. The pickuickers
may indulge in as many cups of
the beverage as desired. They
dine entirely in thc open as a
matter of preference. The crockery
is practical, not easily broken.
Its use frees thc pickuickers from
dragging unnecessary weight to
and from the picnic grounds. This
provision for the loan of utensils
was specially made for the small
pocketabook and the large family.
Cuban Pudding
Press 4 ounces of dry sponge
cake through a sieve, and add to
this 4 ounces of grated cocoamit.
Beat up 2 eggs, add them to 1
ounce of sugar and then gradually
pour on them half a pint of hot
milk, and pour thc whole over thc
cake and COCCMUlUt Have ready
a well buttered mold, and decorate
the sides with 1 ounce of preserved
ginger cu t up, pour in thc mixture,
cover with a buttered paper, and
steam for about an hour to an
hour and a half. Turn out and
serve with some of the syrup from
the ginger heated and poured over
il.
Way With Olives
If you have olives in the bottle
that you fear will spoil, seed and
thop them and add to thc sauce
[THE GIRLS PLAN
Darn Socks to Endow College
Thc co-eds at Swarthmore College are taking all sorts of odd
jobs in order to raise the S80.000
needed to complete a college endowment on June 7. They have
scraped up $30,000.
During their spare time the
co-eds act as nurse girls for the
matrons in the vicinity of Swarthmore. Some mend socks at 5
cents a hole, no matter wl^it the
size of the hole.
Others make beds on a graduated
scale of prices. For turning the
mattresses they charge 5 cents,
but they will put on the sheets in
any old way for 2 cents.
Hundreds Will
COME
to the Grocery and Fresli Fruit Store
where the best goods are to be had.
Wt> have leading lines at saving prices.
...HAMS...
like WilBon's Home Cured are the kind
to make excellent Bantlwiches.
Ideal Provision House
Third Ave., near Sixth St.   Phone 190
Robin Hood
The Great Flour
of
Greater Canada
Your Dealer Has ll
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CARUSO   AND   DAN   CUPID
Golden  Voice  Whispered   Soft
Nothings
Caruso is threatened with
breach-of-promise suit, and it is
reported he will delay his return
to Italy in the hope of making an
amicable settlement.
Two years ago Caruso, while
buying some neckties, fell in love
with a pretty shopgirl at Milan.
He promised to marry her within
two years. At his solicitation the
girl gave up her position. The
singer supplied her with money,
and, after three months of regular
correspondence, invited the girl
and her father to Berlin, where he
announced the enaggement at a
dinner.
Soon afterward Caruso wrote to
thc girl, telling her that it was im
possible for him to marry her for
reasons which he could not explain
Ncgotitaions for a settlement were
opened.     Caruso  offered   to  give
?10,000, but she demanded ?20,-
000.    The girl  declares she wi
have   $20,000,   or   else   will   not
only sue for a breach of promise,
but will give wide publicity to his
love letters.
THE FIRST KITCHENS
Warlike Race Brought Them to
Womankind
Kitchens were introduced into
Kngland by the Romans. They
were public places known by a
name equivalent to bakehouse.
In shape they were octagonal,
fitted with several ovens and fireplaces. Unfortunately, the Romans did not impart the art of
building these latter to the natives,
and during lhe relapse which fol-
iowed their tleparture from Kngland, bakehouses fell into decay,
while ovens and fireplaces disappeared altogether.
Social Notes
Mrs.   Mortimorc  entertained
pleasantly at cards on Saturday
evening. The guests included Miss
Scholt, Miss MacDonald, Miss
Milligan, Miss Johnstone, Mr. Harrison, Mr. Reitchel, Mr. Wart on
and Mr. Cambie.
Mrs. Naden lias issued invitations for a Bridge tea on Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. (j. A. Sweet leaves on
Friday's boat on a month's visit
to friends in Seattle.
Mrs. Vernor Smith returned
on Saturday from a delightful
visit to Seattle and Spokane.
Mrs. Arnold Long of Victoria,
is the guest of her sister-in-law,
Mrs. F. Stanley Long.
Read The Daily News
WANTED
A local representative is wanted
for a territory tributary to Prince
Kupert to sell the hardy non-irrigated nursery stock grown by the
Oregon Nursery Company, Ort'ii-
co, Oregon. Liberal terms. Party
must come well recommended.
��� .^���^ Ai>inii:ss	
Oregon Nursery Company
Orenco ��� Oregon
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Sam Langford and Joe Jeanette
havi' signed articles for a finish
fight in Paris early ill Juno for a
purse of $10,000.
+ + +
Unless another man is af)-point
ed Canada will be represented in
the swimming events at the Festival of Empire only l>y George
Johnston, of Ottawa. George I Iml-
gson, who was chosen with John-
ston   to  gn   In   England   has  decided not l" make the trip.
+ + ���
The Clifinan and Drewry lacrosse championship cups, for many
years held at Regina, arc to he
packed up and sent to Winnipeg
in accordance with the demands
oi the trustees, il being held that
Regina is no longer affiliated with
the Western Canada Lacrosse Association.
+ + +
Stanley Ketchel was a born
fighter, with his lightninglike shifts
and his ambidexterous delivery.
He had a peculiar manner of
maintaining his balance when his
fiercest swings went wild antl
every battle he engaged in kept lhe
spectators on the jump from first
to last.
+ + ���
Sam Langford is another natural
fighter, lint, while his notions may
ie original, his style seems to
he a blend of Joe Wolcott's antl
Jack Johnson's. He is all three
with high swings antl uppershocks,
and his treatment of Lang is
eloquent proof of the futility of
the oltl mechanical style of boxing
when pitted against the methods
of the latter tlay.
+ + ���
It is worthy of note that thc
most effective of the natural fighters this country has known during
the past fifteen or twenty years
were colored men. Of these none
had greater vogue than Joe Wol-
c.ott, who, on account of his peculiar build, peculiar talents and his
particular effectiveness when sent
against men taller and heavier
then    he,   was   sometimes   called
"Joe, the Giant Killer." Overhand blows were Wolcott's long
suit, and he could deliver them in
a notably damaging way when
his frame was Battened against
that of an opponent.
��� ��� ���
Jimmy Britt, once the lightweight champion of the world, is
going to make a try for thc title
again. "But firsl of all," hc said,
"I want a return match with
another former champion���'Bat'
Nelson."
Britt has a commission from
Hugh Mcintosh, thc Australian
promoter, to offer Jack Johnson
136,000 for a fight next September
with the winner of the McVcy-
Langford bout.
��� ��� ���
Frank Gotch, the world's champion wrestler, will meet GeorgC
llackt-nschtnidt, the Russian Lion,
at Coiniskty's ball park next Labor Day. The Empire A.C., which
worketl hard lo land this match
practically gave in to Gotch in
every one of his demands, antl
obtained the signature of the
champion to bind him to wrestle
his old rival.
+ ��� ���
Artist and I'earce will compete
for   the sculling  championship of
the worltl on the Parrematta on
July 15. Harry I'earce is the
present champion of Australia.
Since lie firsl defeated Webb for
the title, Arnst has won three
championship races���with Webb
(the second match), (ieorge Welch
and Ernest Barry.
+ ��� ���
The Vancouver lacrosse team is
undoubtedly  the  highest priced
lacrosse   organization   in   Canada
by a long margin,  but that story
from the Last that Jack l.aviolette
turned  tlown  a  salary  of   82,000
to play here this season is simply
too rich.    A couple of l.aviolettes
would  not   be  worth   that   much
to  the Vancouver  team  and  nobody knows this better than President Joins.     He declares  Jack is
very  badly   mixed in  his figures
antl  must  have   been   talking for
the   benefit   of   the   National   ex
I ecu lives.
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RISKY SURVEY
THIS SUMMER
Party  of  Fifteen  Set  Out for
Alaska Boundary
"The newspaper, with the law, should assume the accused innocent
until proven guilty; should be the friend, not the enemy of the
general public; the defender, not the invader of private life and
thc assailant of personal character. It should bc, as it were, a
keeper of the publie conscience." ���Henry Watterson.
Daily Edition.
Monday. May ,2&
WANTED!   HALF AN AMBULANCE
It will be gratifying news to tlie citizens, and especially to those
whose daily occupations make them liable to become the victims of
accident, to know that a sum of five hundred dollars is in the possession
of Dr. Eggert, as the gift of the Grand Trunk Pacific railway company
towards thc purchase of an ambulance. For his service in laying
the needs of the city in this respect before his company, General Superintendent Mehan, jointly with the G. T. P. is deserving of thanks.
In due time Dr. Kggert will of course, lay the matter before the
Hospital Hoard, and notify them officially that the money is in his
possession. In the meantime, owing to the daily risk that is being
run, and the great urgency of the case, the public will be quite justified
in acting as if official notification has been given, antl make the necessary arrangements to procure an ambulance. Every day's delay
means the risk of a repetition of the heart-rending sight of a couple
of weeks ago, when injured men screaming with pain were borne through
the streets on a common jolting dray. Every day's delay is a menace
to the comfort and perhaps the life of anyone of us.
The cost of a properly equipped ambulance is placed at an approximate figure of $1,000. The Grand Trunk Pacific has set the
pace by subscribing half the amount. We have got as it were, half
an ambulance.   Who will subscribe the Other half?
This is not a case where the hospital board should go round hat
in hand asking for contributions, lt is a case where the duty is clearly
laid upon the whole body of citizens to provide assistance for its helpless
and injured members. It is as clearly a duty for the city to provide
a proper conveyance for its injured contribulories, as it is to provide
a medical officer to protect the general health, lt should not be made
a matter of charity. It is a matter of civic duty���one of those utilities,
which because they are of collective use, should be collectively purchased out of the public funds.
It is an open secret that the recent manoeuvreing of the Hospital
Board to appoint an "honorary president," is merely a device to give
voting power to Mr. William Manson, thus to enhance thai gentleman's prestige. If the city council was to get busy at its meeting
tonight and vote a sum of $500 to complete the sum requisite for
the purchase of an ambulance, public sentiment would be so grateful,
that probably no hostility would be aroused if the act was followed
by the admission of Mr. William Manson to voting power, without
any jugglery or manoeuvring, ln any event his prestige would receive
the desired enhancement by the act.
Public opinion���humane public opinion���is demanding an ambulance. The (Irand Trunk Pacific on its own volition, on the recommendation of Gen. Supt. Mehan has acted very promptly antl gen-
erouslyin the matter,  It is now up to the dty council to do die rest
H. F. McRAE
F. R. C. BROWN
H. F. McRae & Co.
Financial Agents
Second Ave.,
I'rince Rupert
Branch:
Vancouver
A  FEW  CHOICE  OFFERINGS   FROM   OUR   LIST
Ixtts
2.'l. 24
47
6
9, in
31, :i2
Hlock
18
1
12
28
1
Section
1
6
6
6
7
l'rice
.-r,.j'in
1,250
1,576
900 each
525 each
Cash
$5,000
650
800
250
100
111 locating the Alaska boundary
line iiuin .i point inland from
Kakut.it Bay tn the Intersection
of the 1 11 meridan a Dominion
government survey party now in
Vancouver will undertake thi* season one of the most hazardous
undertakings In the annals of the
survey. The part)- of fifteen white
men will be in charge of .Noel J.
Oglivle "I Ottawa, who has hail
a great deal of experience along
the northern frontier during the
past five yeras.
The route inland to the boundary and on to the base of Mt.
Elias, which towers to a height of
10,000 feet, is about forty miles.
It extends along the famous Male-
spina glacier which begins at the
water's edge. There is little likelihood of the surveyors reaching
Mount St. Elias this season. It
will be an uphill ascent over icefields all the way. Every member
of the party will be attired in
winter clothing to withstand the
cold weather. Sledges will be
utilized in packing in instruments
and supplies.
The glacier extends right up
from the foot of the mountain
and abounds in dangerous crevasses. In making their way
inland from the sea, Mr. Oglivie
and all the members of the party
will be ropetl. The survey line
will be determined by triangulation
and a series of photos will form a
part of the official record for
both governments. It has been
deemed unwise to plant boundary
monuments owing to the slow
movement of the glacier.
WANT TENNIS CLUB
Racket and White Shoe Enthusiasts Getting Together
Tennis enthusiasts of Prince
Rupert have got together and are
going to organise with a view to
establishing a tennis club and
providing if possible a tennis court
conveniently situated In the city.
A meeting will be held for this
purpose, in the Presbyterian church
on Tuesday evening at eight o'clock
Bishop DuVernet's tennis court is
the only one in Prince Kuperi at
present.
EIGHT HOUR SHIFTS
S. H. Watson Starts Three Shift
a Day to Finish Contract
This morning it was announced
on Watson's contract that three
eight hour shifts woultl be worked
a day until the contract is finished.
S. H. Watson got men from the
P. R. I. A. today. TheP.R. I. A.
favor anything that furthers the
advance of the eight hours movement which is their main pursuit
at present.
ScftlrO lender* aildrreaed to tho underpinned
���nd endnned Tender tor Public HulldinK. Crmn-
ijMM.it. ll. C. will It nftiaa at until 4 p.m., on
Monday, Juno I., mil, tor tho eonaiructinn
ol ��� Public IliiiMit ���:. Craniirook. II. C.
Plana, ipociHcalion and lorm ol contract can
In* Mvri anu lorma of tentler obtained at tha- olhce*
ol Mr. Wm. Henderson, Itraitlont Architect,
Victoria. 11. C. at tho poat ollice, Crantirook,and
at thia department.
Peraona tendering are notttied that lender*
trill not l>e conaidcrM unleaai made on the printed
forma aupplied, and alfned with their actual
signature*, alaling their occunattona and place*
of residence. In tht eut of Arm*, the actual
signature, ihe nature ol the occupation and place
of mialrnce ol each member of the firm muat
heliven.
fc.ach lender muat he accompanied by an
nccetitra! ehettue on a chartered bank, payable
to the order of tin- Honourable lhe Minuter of
Public Work*, equal to ten per cent (10 p.c.l of
Ihe amount of the tender, which will lie forfeited
If the peraon tendering decline to enter into a
contract when called upon to do so, or fall to
complete tho work contracted for. If the lender
be nol accepted the cheque will bc relumed.
The Department doe* nol bind itaelf to accept
the loweat or any tender.
By order,
11. C. liKSKoflll.lt-:.
Secretary.
I>epartment ol Public Work*,
Ottawa, May 13, 1911.
Newapapera will not be paid for this advertiac-
ment if they inaert It without authority from the
Department. St
LAND  LEASE NOTICE
Skeena Land Diatrict���Dlalrict of Coaat
Take notice thai William Munford i -  I'rince
Rupert,   11.   C.,   occupation   prospector,   Intenda
to  apply   for   permiaaion  to  feaae  the  folowing
dlwCrtbed landa:
Commencing at a poat planled about 100 chaini
aouth of the Indian Reserve on the eaat aide of
Oooae Ilay and on the eaat aide ol the penlnaula
thence eouth HO chaina along shore, thenoe weat
I 40 chalna lo Oooae Ilay. thence north along ahore
80 thaln*. ihence weat 40 chaina moro or leaa to
poet, containing 320 acrea more or Iom.
beted March i. 1011. WILLIAM MUNFOHD
Pub. April IS.
Wc have one very choice huy in .Section 1 which we cannot advertise -
absolutely central���small cash.   Also several close-in lots at $25 month
The Daily News
. kiena Lam! DUtriet    DUlrict ��>( Cout
Take   notice   thit   Utli  J.   Ittnaon   of   Princt
IIujm rt. It   0, nccupatiun prmpcclor, Intendi te
Apply for ivrmtsmion ioIfmb the following itmcril*d
Ianda:
Commencing it ��� po��t planteal about a nuarter
ol a mile from the north wnt corner of Gibnon
laland on the aaid fiihaon lalaad, thenoe aouth 40
ehaina, thence eaat 20 chaini, thenc* north 40
chains, thence wmt 20 chaina to point of commencement, containing M) acre* more or leaa.
OTIS J.  11ENSON.
Dated z9th March. IMI
LAND  PURCHASE NOTICE
BUILD ENGINES
IN CANADA
British Capitalists  to Enlarge
Canadian Locomotive Works
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Kingston, May 29.���Lord I'ryor
and a party of British capitalists
have purchased the Canadian Locomotive Works plant here, and will
greatly enlarge the works. The
present capital of 1600,000 is to bc
increased to ��2,50(1,(100.
INDIAN CHIEF
DISAPPEARS
Moses Shakes of Wrangell Missing from His Boat, Yankee
Moses Shakes, son of Chief
Shakes of Wrangell,  mysteriously
disappeared from hisgasboat, Yankee, up the Stikine River.
The boat was closely examined
by the party of hunters that
camped close by, antl Moses' hat,
coat, shoes and empty purse were
found in the boat. The wiring
of the engine was tangled and
disconnected and a closer search
disclosed bolld spots on the engine, floor, sidewalk and   betiding.
After a thorough search for the
body the party returned to Wrangell and reportttl the facts to Chief
Shakes and the officials.
That evening the party of hunters together with Chief Shakes
and George Shakes, went back
to Andrews Creek to make am ore
thorough search for the body but
failttl to recover it.
BUILDING PERMITS
DELIVERED TO ANY ADDRESS IN SECTIONS 1, 5
AND  6  EVERY DAY FOR
Skeana L��nd Diatrict���Diatrict ol Coaal IUn
lhat I, C"
,    OCCUp
.laaia.ll      |
dasrrltaed land*
Take notice that I, Clara May Little of Princ
Uupert. 11. C, occupation spinster, intend to
npply  lor  permiaaion  to  purchaae tha  followinR
Co-nntpncinit at a post planted at the north
weat corner of Lot 1736, Kan(e 6, Coaat Diatrict
Ihence eaal 40 chain,, thence north 26 chaina
tlience �����t .11 chain' thence north 20 chaini
thenee weat 10 chalna, thence aouth 45 chalna to
poinl of commencement, eonlaining 112 acrea
more or leaa.
Dale.1 April 4, 1911.        (LAKA MAY LITTLE
Pub. April 16.
Skeena Lind Diatrict���Diatrict of tout Ranfe 6
Take nntice that Mary lleaton Gildenleave ol
Victoria, U. C, occupation housekeeper, intend,
to apply for permimion to purchaae tne following
al".nl- ���! landa:
Commencing at a poat plantetl at tho aouthweat
corner ol I .aal (t!M>. Itange 6, Cnaat Diatrlet.thence
��0 chalna aouth Ihence 40 chalna eaat, thencc 80
chains north, thenee 40 chaina weat to point of
ommencement, containing 1120 acrea more or leaa.
MARY IH.ATON (ill.IlKRSLEKVK
Dated April 17, mil.
I'ub. May 6.
Skeena Land Dlatrljt-Diatrict of Caaaiar
Tak. notice thai  I, I'erry Queenan ���l  Princ*
llupert, ll. (;., occupation proepeetor, Intend to
���apply   for   permiaaion  to  purchaae  tha  lollowing
deaerllael landa:
Commencing at
"I Oooae Heel  the  motit
Several Plans /.re Passed by the
Building Inspector
The following permits have been
issued by the Building Inspector:
Ceorge II. I.aux, resilience on
Fifth avenue, four rooms, cosl $80(1.
Hickey  &   Bain,   addition   to
carpenter shop, cost 8300.
Anderson & McKinnon, remodeling Picrcy-Morris building on Center street for the Canadian Customs, cost $800.
M. M. Dantl, alterations and
addition to residence on Fifth
avenue, cost $200.
Kash- & O'Brien, residence on
Fifth avenue, eight rooms, cost
SI,000.
Ing at a poat planled In the vicinity
ay, alwut il.r ._!.-. ol a mile aouth
ith td the llonanta Creek, and being
3D2li'i'",.,'u"'r?',.,'.T'"l,r>'  ��� Timber  Umit  No.
(he ....   C.*laSP5l '*"������"*��� wuth 40 chalna along
________   _mm _r*m-r**_**m__ -_    m,   _   \r.tyZ n__   .* _'***��: thenee eaat to the ahore ol
OUC  iLJ\  lVlvJlN 1H wffiS����aaBta
I vS?��rV? 7' ""' ��MW W1BBNAN
There is not a ball player in
the land who has thc hold on the
public like Hans Wagner. Larry
I.ajoie is not really popular any
place, although his ability is not
questioned. Ty Cobb has earned
the rep of being pig-headed and
the fans are generally pulling
for him to make an error or strike
out, but in Philadlephla, New
York, Brooklyn, Boston and other
places the bugs arc eager to sec
Wag knock the ball out of thc
lot, even though thc turning of
such a trick means dire disaster
to the home team. They all have
a warm spot for the lumbering
German and when he quits baseball the National League will lost-
its highest trump.
MUST HAVE THE
RAILWAY HERE
Clift Ford's Views on Prince Rupert Red Hot his Morning
Mr. Clift Ford, the English
financier whose wide interests in
I'rince Rupert are well known,
arrived by the Prince George this
morning, in company with Mr.
(). M. Helgerson.
Talking to the Daily News, he
remarked that his visit is one of
investigation with a view to possible further investment. He is
likely to go up river as far as
Hazelton if time permits. Regarding Rupert itself, Mr. Ford
is most optimistic, but his experience as a financier leads him to
avoid any tendency to hope for
a wild boom, but rather to expect
the steady upward progress of the
city.
"One thing I do say," he remarked. "You must have a railway here before the great mass of
Eastern and British capital will
flow in in any great quantity.
Until the railway is through there
can be no phenomenal movement.
If there were it would not be good
for the city."
Oh, You Cupid 1
Mr. Ray Bowers, who has been
for some time with Mr. C. B,
Wark, left for a trip south last
week. A well founded rumor has
it that when he returns he will
have a bride with him.
CONEY ISLAND RED HOT
Dreamland Amusement Resort
Destroyed   by   Flames
(Canadian Press Despatch)
New York, May 29.���The Dreamland Amusement park at Coney
Isalnd was completely destroyed
by fire last night. The flames
threatened to destroy the other
big Islaiul resorts, but were fought
back by a great army of firelighters from the city.
MADE GREAT FLIGHT
Pierre Vedrine Only Aviator to
Complete the Paris to Madrid
Contest.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Madrid, May 27.���Pierre Vedrine, tde French aviator, completed
his flight from Paris to this city
today. He was the only one of
ihree competitors to complete the
course.
Triumphant Males
Friday's Bridge Tournamen
was fully reported in another part
of the paper,but this item from a
masculine source is interesting.
"Be sure you don't forget to put
in that WE beat them by 3,100
points, antl that the men's lowest
score was equal to the girls'
highest," says the said source.
Now will you be good?
FREE ��"!
For al!  kind* of ""{M*"* j
waiters  d Uhwasliers, hotel poi 1
reHklndBoflaborersorme- \
chanics, call up
Phone No. 178
or call at the
Grand Hotel Free Employment Office j
jquarters for cookB* waiters  \
Heiuli
ROGERS & BLACK
-WHOLESALE  DEALERS IN-
Building Material,   Cement,   Lime,
Hair-fibre Plaster, Coke, Black.mith
Coal,  Common Brick,
Pressed Brick
Shinglei, Lath, New Wellington Coal
AI.L ORDERS PROMPTLY KILLED
New
Knox
Hotel
BESNER & BESNER, Proprietors
The New Knox Hotel Is run on tin- V .���.,._,.
plan. First-class service. All the l.iu,,,, n,tl ""
Improvements. -:-:- BEDS Be ll?
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
See Us for Puces.
Phone No. 116
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST
Phone No." 200 P. 0. Box 580
PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
+++++++++++++++++++++++++���;
f w. j. McCutcheon ;;
Carries caampleto stock of Drum.   Special   , ,
attention paid to lilllnit prescriptions.      , ,
Theatre Block phone no. 79 Second Are. '���'.
;++.^+++.M-++++++++++<f+++'i' ���
Windsor Hotel
FIRST AVENUE AT EIGHTH STREET
Newly Furnished and
Steam Heated Rooms
A FIRST   CLASS BAR   AND   DIMM,
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATES 60 CENTS AND UP
BATHS   FREE   TO   GUESTS
R0BT. ASHLAND
P.O. BOX 37
LINDSAY'S c��*,d
G. T. P. Transfer Agents
Orders promptly filled.   Prices reasonable.
OFFICE-H. B. Rochester. Centre St.    Phone St
Reilly's Bakery Lunch
' ^Empress Theatre Basement
Cor. 2nd Ave. and 6th Street
Hotel Central S3'&*&&.
European and American plan, ��taam
heated, modern convenience!. Rales
$1.00 to $2.60 per day.       :
Proprietor
..Grand Hotel..
WORKWOMAN'S HOME
Spring Beds, clean White Sheet* 25c
Rooms 50c
BEST IN  TOWN   FOR  THE   MONEY
J. GOODMAN. Propria,
?, Rochester &
t1p   ��� Monroe
Ladysmitm
v    ' vCoal
\i   Phone ii 5
=E.   EBY   <&   Co.=
REAL  ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM - B. C.
A Little Slip
The conductor of the Skidegate
Band which won iii  the recent
contest was Arthur Moody. The
band was Instructed by Arthur
Solomon, who however, did not
wield thc baton during the contest.
Charlie Bell, the baritone soloist
of this band, also distinguished
himself as a runner winning a
silver cup.
A Great Dictionary
On another page wil bc found
an advertisement of the "New
International" Webster's Unabrig-
ged Dictionary. This is a reminder
diat the Englisji language is being
added to yearly, so that even the
awe-inspiring shccpskin-covcred
tome which for years has been
known as Webster's Unabridged,
has to be added to by some seven
hundred pages of words and illustrations and revised meanings.
The New International has only
been completed a few months, and
supersedes the International edition of 1890 In looking about
for the most complete and authoritative dictionary on the market, the Daily News has selected
thc Ncw International for use in
its own office.
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO.  63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All members of the order in the city
are requested to visit thc lodge.
G. S. JOHNSTONE, N.G.
H. MORTON. Secretary.
VICTORIA   CAFE
Lunch and Meals at all hour*; Lunch 15c.   I
Mealn 26c up-Come and See |
1
YOU CAN CKT A BQUARR MKAI. ANY TIHK
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiard*
Twelve Tables SECONli Ave.
FOR   SALE
Two Box B.1I Alley!, 42 fa-al lonlt j Wail
case .nd counter, a-ti.-iira, card Ublra. nr.
S200 tikca the outfit for quick ulc. Apply
H. E. BOSS, EmprCM Hotel Pool K.��m
Third Avcnua - Prince Rupr(l
For Rent
Partly furnished House on
3rd Ave. 7 rooms with
bath.       Electric    light<-<!
F. W. HART
UNDERTAKER A KMHAI.MF.il
STUCK   COMPLETE
For row boats and launches
telephone 320 green. Davis'
Boat House.
Utile's NEWS Agency
Magazines :: Periodicals :: Newspapers
CIGARS   ::  TOBACCOS  ::   FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
FOR SALE
Lots 5 and fi, Block 2K,
Section 1.
$3000, 26 per cent, cash
balance 1, 2, 8 years, '
7 per cent.
G. C. Emmerson
NADEN  BLOCK
H00ND AVE-
ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
ELECTRIC WIRING
IN BOTH PRIVATE AND BUSINESS IHiUSW
Work performed by expert.'' only.
A first class job is guarantcoi! in
every instance.
A large Btock of Chandeliers snd
Fittings carried.
GEO. W. MORROW
1076 Nelson St., Vancouver, B.C.
BOWLING, ******
and POOL
4 Alleys. 7 Tnhlca.    A K���n,| n���_
ciae.    Acleanaport,   I,,���|i���,���v(,
afternoon.     Nowmnn  Block    1^
tween Bth and 7th Sta.
��� MoimisoN,   Proprietor and Mini**
wwwiwsumitnij
H. W. Blakely - Electrican
Third Ave.       ���        ���       Near bl*"1
To Lease
Lots
22, 23, 24, 25
17
24
14
7,8
Block
8
18
31
35
14
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LYNCH BROS.
i     General Merchandise
Largest Stock
Lowest Prices  in Northern B. C.
tr- -���
At*m^*****mmt***tt**-mm*i
- THE COSY CORNER = I
DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY   TO  THE INTERESTS  OF  WOMEN
This in a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by tbe editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Cerner" will fill a social need.
NOVEL COAT SUIT
WE - HAVE ��� FOR - SALE
(CROWN GRANTED)
Section 9
Township 1
Range 4
NECHACO VALLEY
PRICE :-$15.00 PER ACRE, EASY  TERMS
This is an excellent section and was one of the first to be
staked in the Valley.
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers and Financial Agents, Prince Rupert
f
NATURAL RESOURCES
SECURITY COMPANY, Ltd.
PAID UP CAPITAL $250,000
���OFFER   FOR SALE���
Townsites Farm and Fruit Lands
���JOINT OWNERS AND SOLE AGENTS OF���
Fort George Townsite Massett Townsite
IIKAD QFFICE:- 606 BOWER BUILDING, VANCOUVER, B.C.
|   Local Office:
Alder Block
Sixth Street
a!!;!:!:i��!S��KU��KUK��KUUKU��UKJtU������OW>OOWKJ��100��J��5����WmOt;:;
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Hum*. Ui.al Diitrict -District ol Coaat Itaniia 5
Taki notice that I, IMI Hall Kcnmy ol Yir-
aotilh, \aa,a Scotia, occupation married woman.
liler.d to apply lor permiaaion to purehu. tho
foUosinc ilracriltcd Unds:
lummrncing at a poat planted at north oaat
eort.Tr ot T. L Lot Ss'S.S, thence run nlng wart 4U
ctaiaa, tttrncv north Ml chaina, thencu eaat 40
cfcaua. thence aoulh bt) chiini to pile, ol com-
ncMemrnl contiinlnit 3?U acroa moro or lesa.
My pott i. on aouth eaat curner ol land ippliod
1st, marked Liters S. E., ibout on. mile weat ol
l���v- Ukelae. aoulh aide ol Skeena liver Diatrict
ol Coaat Kant. o.
Dated April tt, 1911.      DELL HALL KENNEV
1 -I. Mu- 13. John Haverty. Ag.nt
Skeena Und Diatrict-Dlatrict ol Caasiar
Take nutice lhal  1, Jamea Dunlop ol  I'rinco
Kupm, li.  l'., occupation   teamster,   intend, lo
apply for |a.<rmisaion to purchaa. lhe tollowlni
mm-nli^l Unda:
twnrorncinc. at a post planted about two mil,as
mill ol the lorka ol tbe Whit, ind Flit rivera,
ttace nurth HO chiins, thonc wwt 80 ehilna,
thence aouth so chaina, thence eaal 80 chalna.
����d Afft II, l��n. JAMES DUNLOP
��� May 1j. Frar.cU S. i'reaton. A��ent
Skana Land District -Dlatriel ol Coait King. 6
Takr notice that Annie Muaasllara ol i'rince
Kuptn, It. t ., uccupation married woman, intenda
1" sp|al>- (ur iHarmiaslon lo purchaae the (ollowing
*��ril'-.l lanals:
5*B���**_ at a post planted it l poat it the
���euthwa*'. ra.n.r. t,o chalna eaat Irom N. E. corner
J "il IM a.. Ilarvey'a Survey, Cout District,
__***' '. IMm eaal 20 chalna, Ihenc. norlh 40
MM, IMM weat  40 chalna, thance aouth 20
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
r-i'.
' m east  20 chalna,  Ihenca  aoulh  20
***__* le **���* ol commencement, conUlning 120
���Ml Mn or leaa.
iiw-1 M.j ,, uu. ANNIE MUSSALLEM
���>-Ma. II.
Sk...
J*
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���PPb     Iai
totr.l, ,
���Wl.  , |   a
Ounce i,
tiaenr,. .
Intel \
Sk,.
Takr .
�� 11. I
����� fnni.
Unda:
Column-
kauth ar 1
mt H,.
Ml ft) ���
Nehtim
I'"!.. XI a',
I and Dlalrict���Diatrict ol Cuiiir t.
IM that 1, Thomaa McMeekin ol
'rt, 11. C. occupalion clerk, Inlend to
��� UMlian  to purehu. lh.  following
"i. al a poal planted about two milaa
-  larks of th. Whit, ind Flit rlv.n,
���u chains, thane, wat  80 chaina,
.-hams, thenco wait bO chaina.
. IUll.       THOMAS McMEEKIN
Francia S. Preaton. Agent
���anal Diatrict���DUtrict ol Caaaiar
-. that I, Charlw L. Dolgrov. ol Stew-
pel ...anion prospector, intend lo apply
lo purchase the following dweribed
'.: at a post planted ibout ill milw
mile wnt of the (orka of the Whit.
��� thence aouth 110 chalna, thenee
hence north 80 chsina, thencc wwt
11)11.     CHARLES DELOROVE
Francis S. Fraaton, Agent
lak,"   ' '    '!' ""I'let-UletrlctolCuelar
��� 'i I Krancle S. I'rwton of I'rln
lluntrt   i
���liii  i,' ' ""I""""! proipeclor, Intend to
MMbad      ��� ,"**'"" lo  Pu��haae the  following
���    . , ,   ��t   n  post  planted   about   thre.
**�� Whi. 1 ""i,""' mll<�� *��t of th. forki ol
thenci', '��� . 'i*""**, thencc aouth 80 chains
lh.r,c<. v. chaina, thenc. north 80 chalna,
hltai , 'chalna.
".I��ll.    FRANCIS S. PRESTON
l.i, Iftrict���Dlitrict ot Cout Ring. 6
Ur '-'st I. Joo J.ckof Prlrc. Rip��rt,
|.-i. ' ���'��� rsriacnler, Intend lo ipply for
lir���|. ** purchase  the  (ollowing  described
^hllTfiV.! * p,n,t Ponied aboul Ih.eefind
I?"1 �� Win i .i . a."l n * io",h westerly dlrecUon
_* "aina I,,, ..''^'"y.ObwrvBtory Inlet where
5 r.....      ,    ' 'he Indian Reserve thence eut
'*"*'*���. tbenw 2 ,'.""h S0 **>**"���. l*"">��i wwtHO
a.   , wuth 80 chalna lo point of com-
!���*"���" Apifl Vi  ,*,'S "�� 64�� ***** more nr lew.
JOE JACK
,.'"."    ,' tfflf^SW! <* ��"cen Charlotte
,.    >'   Frank Uvlck of Woodilock.
Im I*''������<��� " WeSSHHR '*>*���""*��� to apply
Itn'la " purchue the following .Icacribofl
,"' r"'i ri>
m_Z ��� 'M u���". E? *__P_t **��>***��� seven
BtkS *-���**. wle-u "��Ulh 0| th�� m��"lt' ��
,,'"'  * .-.'a,���   te,l,.."nP"M    Into   Naden
Numi Demera, Agen
Skeena Land District���Diatrict ol Cout lUnge *
I ska- notice thit I, Frank Ilicki ol Port l.s-
sington, occupition merchint, intend to ipply
for permiaaion to purchue the foUowing d,��crihe.l
tanoa:
Commencini it ��� poet plinted on the eouth
iaaitik of tho Eachumsikl River ind ibout four
milw from lu confluence with Ihe Skeeni River,
Ihence 80 chllna wwt, thence 80 chains north,
tlience 80 chiini eut, thenc. south 80 ehilni
to point of commencement, conliinlng 640 icrw
more or lew,
Diled April 21, 1911. FRANK HICKS
Pub. April 29.
Skwnl Und District���District of Cout
Tske notice thlt William McTavish ol Vancouver, ll. ('. oceupation physician, intenda to ipply
for permiaaion to purehu. th. lolluwing dwerbed
landa:
Commencing it l poet planted it the aouthww
corner, 40 chalna north and 40 ehilna eul ol the
northeut corner of Lot 1116, Ilarvey'a Survey,
Coaat Dtatrict, Range 6, thenw 60 chalna wat
thenc. 60 chllna north, thenw 60 chiini wert,
(hence 60 ehaina aouth to pwt of commencement
containing 360 acrw more or law.
Dated May 2, 1911. WILLIAM A. McTAVlSH
Pub. May 6. Fred W. Bohler, Agent
Skeena Und Diatrict���Diatrict ot Cout Range 6
Take notiw that Lettia McTaviah of Vancouver,
B. ('.. occupalion married woman, intenda to
apply for pennMion to purchaae the following
deacrihed landa:
Commencing at a poat planted at th. north-
wwt corner 100 chains eul and 20 chaina north
from the northeaat corner of Ut 1116, Ilarvey'a
Survey, Coul Diatrict,Rang. ,',,thence 20 cbalna
aouth, thenn 80 chaina wat, thance 80 chains
north, Ihenw 40 cbllna wwt, thenre 60 chiini
aouth, thence 40 chaina wwt to poat ot commencement, containing 400 acrea more or lew.
Dated iiiiy 2, 1911. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
Piib. Miy 6. Fred W. Bohler. Agent
Slikine Und District    Diitrict ot Caaaiar
Tib. notin that Christian A. Tervo oi Stikine
B. C , occupation eualoma olhcer. Intends to apply
tor nwntlaalon to purehu. tho following described
Commencing it ��� posl plinted about 18 ehaina
north weat ot the customa warehouse it Slikine,
II. C, thenw wwt 20 ehil is, thenn south 20
chalna, thenw wat 20 chili a, thenw north 20
chalna lo point of commenwment and oontalnlng
40 acres more or loss.
Dated Feb. 13, 1911.       CHRISTIAN A. TERVO
Pub. Aprl T
Skeeni Und Diatrict���District of Cout Range 6
Take notiw that Oran McTaviah, of Vancouver,
B.C., occupation married woman, Intenda to ipply
for permfMion to purchase the following deaerlbed
Commencing it l poat plinted it th. MUthwwt
corner 100 chains eaat and 20 chalna north ol
lhe northeut corner ot Lot 1116, Harvey a Survey,
Coaat Diatrict, Range 6, thenw 40 chalna eaat,
theaee 80 chaina north, thenn 40 chalna weat,
thenw 80 chalna aouth lo poat of commencement
conUining 320 acrw more or lew.
D.led Miy 2, 1911. GRACE MfTAVISH
Pub. Miy6. Fred W. Bohler, Ag.nt
Skeeni Und Dlrtrict-Dlatriet ol Cout Range -
Tike notin thlt Alexander Mcintosh ol Van
rouver, B C, occupition rail wine broker
Intendi to ipply for permlwlon to purchlw the
following deacrilied landa: ...__���, ..
Commencing at a pwt planted 40 chaini south
Irom the louthwwt eorner ol Ut 995, thenn mj
chiins aoulh, thenw 40 chaini wwt, thenn 80
chalna north, thenn 40 chalna wit to point ol
commennment nnlainlng 820 acrw more or lew.
D,udAprU17''Alexander Mcintosh
Pub. Miy 6
Skeeni Und Dlitrlct-Dlitrlct of Cout Rings 6
Take notin thlt 1, Uuchlin John Shanihan ol
Victor!!,   B.   C.,   oecupitlon   teacher.   Intend  to
ipply  lor permlwlon  to purchise the  foUowing
deacrihed lends: . ___, ,.
Commencing it ��� post plinted 65 chiini wuth
from the loutW corner of Ut 3060, Ihence 40
chalna aoulh, thenn 40 ehalns weat. Ihenn 40
chllna north, Ihence 40 chalna wat lo point ol
nmmencement, ronUlnlng 160 _*_*&__fjfB
1.AUCI1LAN JOHN SHANAHAN
Dated April 17,1911.
Pub. May 6.
Skoens Und Dlitrlct-Dlilrlct of Cout *******
Tike notiw thit Mr.. L. C. P��W_JLg
Piul, Mlnnwoti, onupitlon mirrled HSU
Intenda to ipply lor p��rmMlon to purchue thi
following dweribed lends: ,   . ....       -���
Commencing itt post plinted il the �������������*
corner of Lot No. 1733 mirked Mr.. L. C. Putnimll
northout corner, thence wwt 40 chsins, thonc.
south 80 rhains thonn eut 40 chiins, thonn
north 80 rhains to pwt of commenwment, eon
taining 320 acm moro orlew. . - ���..�����.����
D.le.1 March 20 1911. MRS. Ia C. PUTNAM
Pub. April 16. Geo. R. Pu">��m *�����"
used to cream chicken, lf the ripe
olives are chosen the flavor is
delicious. They are also good in
a chicken scallop. Mix the sauce
with the chicken, put in a baking
dish, cover the top with grated
cheese and bake in a quick oven
until the top is brown,
ITHE GIRLS PLAN
Darn Socks to Endow College
An exceedingly modish white
serge coat suit, introducing the
new pincushion buttons, which are
used for decorative purposes only.
These combined with heavy stistch-
ing and thc unique arrangement
of side seam on skirt are most
attractive. Similar treatment is
given the jacket, which has a
collar of wide striped black and
white taffeta.
PICKNICKING IN EUROPE
Out of Doors Parties Made Easy
Over There
In Europe picknicking is made
easy. In some of thc suburbs and
recreation places, the municipality
provides a kitchen with a large
stove, tea and coftec pots, heavy
white crockery in the form of
pitchers, plates, cups, etc., all
for thc use of the pickuickers.
Thc picnic patties bring their own
raw tea, coffee, or chocolate, take
it into thc kitchen, where it is
made for them, or they may make
it themselves.
For the loan of the utensils and
the making of the beverage a small
price is charged. The pickuickers
may indulge in as many cups of
thc beverage as desired. They
dine entirely in thc open as a
matter of preference. The crockery
is practical, not easily broken.
Its use frees thc picknickers from
dragging unnecessary weight to
and from thc picnic grounds. This
provision for thc loan of utensils
was specially made for thc small
pocketbook and thc large family.
Cuban Pudding
Press 4 ounces of dry sponge
cake through a sieve, and add to
this 4 ounces of grated cocoanut.
Beat up 2 eggs, add them to 1
ounce of sugar and then gradually
pour on them half a pint of hot
milk, and pour the whole over the
cake and cocoanut. Have ready
a well buttered mold, and decorate
the sides with 1 ounce of preserved
ginger cu t up, pour in thc mixture,
cover with a buttered paper, and
steam for about an hour to an
hour and a half. Turn out and
serve with some of thc syrup from
the ginger heated and poured over
it.
Way With Olives
If you have olives in the bottle
that you fear will spoil, seed and
chop them and atid to the sauce
The co-eds at Swarthmore College are taking all sorts of odd
jobs in order to raise the S80,000
needed to complete a college endowment on June 7. They have
scraped up $30,000.
During their spare time the
co-eds act as nurse girls for thc
matrons in the vicinity of Swarthmore. Some mend socks at 5
cents a hole, no matter wl|jit the
size of the hole.
Others make beds on a graduated
scale of prices. For turning the
mattresses they charge 5 cents,
but they will put on the sheets in
any old way for 2 cents.
CARUSO   AND   DAN   CUPID
Golden  Voice  Whispered  Soft
Nothings
Caruso is threatened with a
breach-of-promisc suit, and it is
reported he will delay his return
to Italy in the hone of making an
amicable settlement.
Two years ago Caruso, while
buying some neckties, fell in love
with a pretty shopgirl at Milan.
He promised to marry her within
two years. At his solicitation the
girl gave up her position. The
singer supplied her with money,
and, after three months of regular
correspondence, invited the girl
and her father to Berlin, where he
announced the enaggement at a
dinner.
Soon afterward Caruso wrote to
the girl, telling her that it was impossible for him to marry her for
reasons which he could not explain.
Ncgotitaions for a settlement were
opened. Caruso offered to give
$10,000, but she demanded $20,-
000. The girl declares she will
have $20,000, or else will not
only sue for a breach of promise,
but will give wide publicity to his
love letters.
THE FIRST KITCHENS
Warlike Race Brought Them to
Womankind
Kitchens were introduced into
England by the Romans. They
were public places known by a
name equivalent to bakehouse.
In shape they were octagonal,
fitted with several ovens and fireplaces. Unfortunately, thc Ro-
mans did not impart thc art of
building these latter to the natives,
and during the relapse which followed their departure from England, bakehouses fell into decay,
while ovens and fireplaces disappeared altogether.
Hundreds Will
COME
to the Grocery and Fresh Fruit Store
where the best gootln are to be had.
We have leadinR lines at saving prices.
a..HAMS..a
like Wilson's Home Cured are the kind
to make excellent sandwiches.
Ideal Provision House
Third Ave., near Sixth St.    Phone 190
Robin Hood
The Great Flour
of
Greater Canada
Your Dealer Ha* ll
t***����WM*J��W**W*<����*l I
WANTED
���^.~~~���XX���~.~.-��.~
A local representative is wanted
for a territory tributary to Prince
Uupert to sell the hardy non-iiri-
gated nursery stock grown by the
Oregon Nursery Company, Oren-
co, Oregon. Liberal terms. Party
must  come   well   recommended.
Oregon Nursery Company
Orenco - Oregon
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The Digby Rooms
Located on Sixth Ave., near Fulton
Throe to five minutcx from centre of buiilne** dintrict. Nineteen newly furnished rooma.
Hot and cold water, liath and
telephone. Newly furnished.
Under ncw ruanaicement.
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Naden Harbor,   every   Wednesday, 1.00 p.m.
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Refuge Bay-,   Skidegate,   Queen
Charlotte City,   Lockeport,   Pa-
cofi, Jed way,   Ikeda Bay,   Rose
Harbor  and  return  via  Queen
Charlotte City every  Saturday,
1.00 p.m.
The  Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains over 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
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Social Notes
Mrs. Mortiinore entertained
pleasantly at cards on Saturday
evening. The guests included Miss
Schott, Miss MacDonald, Miss
Milligan, Miss Johnstone, Mr. Harrison, Mr. Reitchel, Mr. Warton
and Mr. Gamble.
Mrs. Naden has issued invitations for a Bridge tea on Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. G. A. Sweet leaves on
Friday's boat on a month's visit
to friends in Seattle.
Mrs. Vernor Smith returned
on   Saturday   from   a   delightful
visit to Seattle and Spokane.
Mrs. Arnold Long of Victoria,
is thc guest of her sister-in-law,
Mrs. F. Stanley Long.
Sl Webster's
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international
Dictionary
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field of the world'a thought,
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ninny roan.
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before appoarod between two
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��"au" with tho now divided
page.  A "Btroke ot He nina."
Recant* it is an encyclopedia In
Decame , ^^ volum0
Reranae "��� '" aooepted by tho
PeCa" - Courts, Schools  and
Pross aa the one supreme an-
tborlty.
Because j"�� who kn��w�� w'n��
  attaer**.   Let ua tall
you about this now work.
Coast to Coast
OCEAN TO OCEAN
Tickets   To   AU   Points
ROGERS' Steamship and
Railway Agency
Second Ave.        Phone 116
S.S.  INLANDER
WHITE for iptclnn of ntw divided t**t*>
G. ft C.MERRIAM CO., Pabnifcm,Spri��fitU.I
Mention this ptptr, rtMin THEI & Mt of pochtt wspi.
'SPORT,
ta^aVf^**^*^^*^*^ H^M^W^W^**^' *t*mm
Sam Langford ���and Joe Jeanette
have signed articles for a finish
fight in Paris early iii June for a
purse of 810,000.
��� + +
Unless another man is ajl-point
ed Canada will be represented in
the swimming events at the Festival  <>f  Empire only by  George
Johnston, of Ottawa.   Ceorge I loil-
gson, who was chosen with Johnston   to go  to  England  has decided not to make the trip.
+ + +
The Clifinan and Drewry lacrosse championship cups, for many
years held at Regina, are to be
packed up and sent to Winnipeg
in accordance wilh the demands
of the trustees, it being held that
Regina is no longer affiliated with
the Western Canada Lacrosse Association.
+ + +
Stanley Ketchel was a born
fighter, with his lightninglike shifts
and his ambidexterous delivery.
He had a peculiar manner of
maintaining his balance when his
fiercest swings went wild and
every battle he engaged in kept the
spectators on the jump from first
to last.
+ + ���
Sam Langford is another natural
lighter, but, while his notions may
be original, his style seems to
be a blend of Joe Wolcott's and
Jack Johnson's. He is all three
with high swings and uppershocks,
antl his treatment of Lang is
eloquent proof of the futility of
the old mechanical style of boxing
when pitted against the methods
of the latter day.
+ + +
It is worthy of note thai the
most effective of ilu- natural fighters this country has known during
the past fifteen or twenty years
were colored men. Of these none
had greater vogue than Joe Wol-
c.ott, who, on account of his peculiar build, peculiar talents ami his
particular effectiveness when sent
against men taller and heavier
then he, was sometimes called
"Joe, the Ciant Killer." Overhand blows were Wolcott's long
suit, and he coultl deliver them in
a notably damaging way when
his frame was flattened against
that of an opponent.
��� ��� ���
Jimmy   Britt,   once   thc   light
weight champion of the world, is
going to make a try for the title
again. "But firsl of all," he said,
"I want a return match with
another former champion���'Bat'
Nelson."
Britt has a commission from
Hugh Mcintosh, the Australian
promoter, to offer Jack Johnson
125,000 for a fight next September
with the winner of lhe McVcy-
l.angford bout.
��� ��� ���
Frank Cotch, the world's champion wrestler, will meet Ceorge
llackciischmidt, the Russian Lion,
at Comiskey's ball park next Labor Day. The Empire A.C.. which
worketl hard lo land this match
practically gave in to Cotch in
every one of his demands, and
obtained lhe signature of the
champion to bind him to wrestle
his old rival.
��� ��� ���
Arnst and  I'e.irce will compete
for the sculling championship of
the worltl on the Parramatla on
July   1").      Harry   Pearce   is   the
present   champion   of   Australia.
Since he lirst defeated Webb for
the title, Arnst has won three
championship races���with Webb
(the second match), Ceorge Welch
and Ernest Barry.
��� ��� ���
The Vancouver lacrosse team is
undoubtedly    the   highest   priced
lacrosse organisation  in  Canada
by a long margin,  but that story
from the Last that Jack l.avioletle
turned  down  a  salary  of  12,000
to play here this season is simply
too rich.   A couple of Laviolettes
woultl  not   be  worth   that   much
to  the Vancouver  team  antl  nobody knows this better than President Jones.     He declares  Jack isjg,xiv     jjjj 1
very badly   mixed in his figures
antl  must   have   been   talking  for
the benefit  oi  the   National ex-1 Fruit   :   Produce
ecutives
WHOLESALE
a   a   ���   FOR aaa
HAZELTON
MONDAY, MAY 29
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester
Agent
W. I.. BARKER
Architect
Second avenjc and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
MUNRO  &   LA1LEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS -:��� AUDI10R8
Law-Butler Building       Phr.ie No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 351
ALFRED CAR8S, C. V. BENNETT, B.A.
������I I'nta.h Columbia of B.C.. Ontario. Saa-
and Manitoba Ban. katrhaaran   and  Al-
bprta llara.
CARSS A BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Office-Exrhang* block, rornrr Third avenue and
Si��th atreet I'rince Ruoert. I
WM. S. HALL, L. D.S., D.D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operation* akltfullr treated.  Gaa and
local ananthellc* adminiatered for the palnleaa ...
traction of teeth.       Consultation free.      OITtcea:
llelirerRon Block. Prince Rupart. ii-12
HANDASYDE   OSh  HURT
AOK^m   ro��  MT.ICI.,   ��ta-iiiNrar
...AND   CONTBArrnlW    niTPN.IRfl...
P. O. Bos 436 - Offie* 3rd and Fulton
P. O. BOX 23 PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
n in nr wm. roxnN, >in.. a.h.a.m.,!u)M.,cno.
GEORGE LEEK
mercantile  aoency
collections and reports
PRINCE RUPERT
Feed
TRY    THE   "NEWS'*   WANT
AD. WAY OF FINDING
H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave. THE    DAILY ONEWS
OUR SODA
.FOUNTAIN.
IS OPEN
FOR '11
Purf Ice Cream  with al
"Fixins"
���thf
C.  H. ORME
The Pioneer Drugght
PHONE   :   ;   ;   82
LADIES'
HAND BAGS
�����-
We have just received a
shipment of the newest
styles anil latest designs
in Indies' Velvet ami leather Hand Bag*. We especially invite you to eall
anil let us show you our
new goods	
aaaaaaaa a)|a^ w^aa
C. B. WARK
Jeweller
"It ain't no use lo grumble
and complain;
It's jest as cheap anil easy
to rejoice,
lf God sorts out the weather
and sends rain,
Then ruin's my oholce,
+
 {
+	
w
fHEN it rains are you
provided with the
proper equipment so that
you don't have to stay in
the house? ... We have
imported from England a
���plendid range of Ladies'
Rain Coats and Rain
Hats. They come in rubber-lined cashmeres, jrab-
arnettea, etc.. and, while
we have the semi-tUting
styles, the most Of them
are in the "raglun" cut
which is now considered
the correct thing in ladies
storm Coats. We also
have a big assortment of
ladies Rain Hats in
tweed and in oiled cloth
and rubber coverings, in
smart up-to-date styles.
Girl's and Boy's Rain
Coats���ages 4 years  up.
H. S. Wallace Co'y. Ltd.
Dry Gooda, Chinaware, Etc.
Fulton Streel and Third Avenue
HOLDS SERVICES
IN BIG TENT
Presbyterian Missionary at Kitselas Gets Good Congregations.
News of progress up-riyer shows
that ilu- churches are keeping
abreast of the general advance
I that is being made. Mr, VV, E,
Brown, the Presbyterian missionary, recently in Prince Rupert on
ihis way to Kitselas is now holding
regular church services in a canvas
church, i" which large congregations are drawn,
Last Sunday he spoke on the
parable of the Great Supper, the
greatness of it, the cost of it, the
excuses men made for not coining
to it He warned hi*, hearers
i that those who discarded the invitation were trilling with the
'great Host, The invitation thus
spurned might never be repeated.
The Minion made a serious impression. The outlook for the
church is very good.
Buy on Sixth Street for $1500
Cash.   H. F. McRae & Co.
WHAT'S DOING
AT KITSELAS
Up-river Point is a Busy Little
Place These Days
S. O. E. B. S.
Thi- I'ritut- ltu|i��ati Lotlirc. No. .lis. Sona of
Enirlamt. meets thr lint and thinl Tueftlays in
each month In thr Carpenter* Hall, at s p.m.
K' \.oLB^xK��iJ!''rnnceKupert | returned from Prince Rupert where
>|in:i.il Correspondence)
Kitselas, May 27.���Mr. A. C.
Little "i Prince Rupert, has opened
up a news stand here, under the
management of Mr. Wallace.
Mr. liiglow of the Empress
News Co., has returned from
Hazelton where he was on business
for a few days.
Mrs.   William   McKenzie   h.is
Classified
Advertisements
One of the best
There buyer
mon ground
rate to
Her
Bement columns
om-
is our Classified Adver
i       Lost and Found
!Iex.s.s.teucer
rnUND-Blannt rooms; newly furnished.   The
Bulkley Block, t)th Ave., near Fulton.    109-lm
For Rent
Neatly Furnished Rooms ;   gentlemen Jireferreal
Apply 'Im. Mullin, over Majestic Theatre
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
ll!t-lm
���iy furnished rooms.      Mrs.
Uootni*, ""-'������
Eighth.
12-inch Steel Car Wheels
Axels ami Holler Hearings
���LARGE STOCK���
Rupert Marine Iron Works
Notice
er>hlp eonslaliliir of
latitat QroMi   .
bUsilieSS 111 tlaa'l Ita
Hoaims, Thiol Avenue,  between Seventh   nnal
117-tf
Nia-e Furnishe.1 Rooms.   Apply Mrs. Kirby, Al.ter
Mock, upstairs entrance. Third Ave.       117-1C4
����� -'"���" 'B'B*slasMn.crryinK on
,i- prinee Rupert, under tot
    - q_1lijB   j8 hereby dluolvedi
Bower, Somerset i -**9gS___   ', "m M,ilill. m* **^*S*S_*
.     mial  in.   ...111., |    |g   gal.
inn.
Several ko<h! ar. nnd l> room houiios with bath, 188
per month. 0. M. Helgerson, Limited., phOM
B6, .ll~-tf
New 7-i-.>om house on Ambrose Ave., partly fur*
nisheil.ient $26. Apply on premises or Box 874.
110-116
Nice, clean, bright outside rooms,
tith Ave., near Fulton.
Bulkley Block
109-lm
Assignment
Notice ia hereby given thnt bid. will I I",'1
for the sale of stock of Simon's l-'nir to lhe highest bidder. Stock consists .af Crockery, lalass-
ware and  Hardware.     Bids will lae open until
.i mu i. mu.
W.T. ROBINSON. Assignee.
115-tf Box 154. I'rince Kuperi. H.C.
Nice furnished rooms single or for housekeeping.
Apply Drexel Rooming House, 2nd Ave., near
McBride. May 3-1 mo
Help Wanted
Notice
Take notice that John F. lUthtlwn of the City
of Princo Rupert in the Province nf British I "I-
Wood & Company, plumbers and Iteunfltter
the said div.
Dated atfVinc
Hay. IUll.
F.J. MATHEIPON,
H. WOOD.
nceRppert. B.C. this lit day of.
umbia has retired from the firm ..f Mutheiwn. ,
' rs of I District Munatrer for first class I'ealth and Accident Insurance Compuny, :- lentiid inducements. Special salary and liberal commission.
Apply to J. L. McComb. Health and Accident
I Department, Empire Life Insurance Company,
6U Winch DuiMinK. Vancouver. B.C.   114-120
! Nineteen ypunir men to take cosy rooms in the
(     Bulkley Block, near Fulton. lim-lm
! Boy Wanted.   Apply at Optimist Office.       94-tf
i Wanted���An A-l solicitor for the moet liberal
j Fraternal Orders in the world. Cull n*��n -S,
|     Empress Hotel.   I. F. Mad lorn, LOS-114
STOKES'
ICE CREAM
is the purest anil best made in Seatttle.
This cream is used solely in
DESPATCH   FROM   GEORGE
LEEK
Detachment of Mounted Police
Join the Party at Regina
(Special t<> the Daily News)
Regina, Slay 25, 1911.
Under the command <>f Major
Hart McHarg, the Canadian contingent reached Regina today, the
men all in good spirits and enjoying
the journey.
At this point we were joined
by a squadron of eighty men and
In uses   of   the   Royal   Northwest
Mounted Police, under one officer.
The smart red-coaled polieenien
with their well-groomed, well-trained mounts look splendid. They
will make a good effect on thc
British people, who have doubtless
art'(rood im>n to join tht1 Onlrr of Owls. I.
~   ���   ���  f. Madirm. I heard   a   great   deal    aliout    the
H'S-lH   I, ,        .       ,
iraverv   antl   splendid   discipline i
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THE PREACHER
CONTINUED FROM PAGE ]
The young man Bubesqueiuly
left that house on the highway o(
life and staked down in another
centre. Hugh MacPherson g0t
on his feet again, in the lull
meaning of the colloquial term,
He bought a ranch at Kitsum.
kaluin and hearing thai Mr. K,.rr
was here came down on Saturday
to see hint,
Last night when the minister
was preaching on the Opporttin.
ilies every one has to be a friend
to man and concluded wiih "The
House by the Side of the Road"
the man in the back of the theatre
knew the practical philosophy of
it. His emotions were worked up
and as a result out came the
exclamation "Hear!   Hear!"
He met Mr. Kerr after the
service aud the two men had a
great talk during which they dug
tip a big area of reminiscences.
By request "The House by the
Side of the Road-" is given in lull
Kvponenced sewer for ladies clothes. Mrs. M.
tl. Cebhardt. Westenhaver Ulock, 6th Street
anal 2nd Ave. 11S-111
i ;irl Wonted at Reilly's Bakery Lunch, Empress
Theatre Basement. 114-117
Wanted 	
Call room 2*.  Empress  Hotel.   I.
Fire Insurance
1."
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
Second Ave. next to Optimist old office ] The British Union and National fin Insurance I company
mm, mm I    Company of London,  England,   with    capital j '        ���*
] HAND ASYDE& HURT]
Canadian Hand C<>'��. Product*
Mintnir Machinery and
Contractor*    Su|>tilii>*
Road HuilrtinK ond Concrete Machinery
Agricultural,  Karm and Dairy Suppliet
Dump Car* and Waironi
Gaanlino KhRine*. Motor Vehicle*. Truck*
( OFFICE:   THIRD ind FULTON I
I   P.O  Bot 436 Princ. Rup.rt   j
HERE IS .. .
Your Chance!
Om- Hetlon of land nn Hank's
Island is offend for sale  at a
vitv reasonable price.
For further particulars apply to
JOHN DYBHAVN
Open Kvitaii i'- Kxchange Block
The Insurance People
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Thc Mack Really and Insurance Co.
Phon I l  ���    .��� u i Fulton Bl
^^^ TRY IT   ^^^^^
Fruit and Candy, wholesale  ami  retail
Sam Go wen, Prop.     Phone 350
of J2.500.imtl.IHl.    See us for rates.
Kealtv and Insurance Companv.
The Hack
ro-tf
visiting  friends  for  a
she   was
Special Prices "*��� * * *��-j*�� *���
* ]it-n representing thc Mutual Lite
IN MEN'S SPRING SUITS Insurance Co. of New York, has
^_______________________m^mm_______________.  '"'t'11  '"  town  for marly a week,
Mr. Bean smiles when asked how
Inisini-ss is and rallies promptly,
"Business is good. He expects
to n" to Hazelton th
week.
Tin* Skeena Ins fallen con-
riderably and the boats are now
going safely through the canyon.
Mr. F. II. Mobley was in town
fur a short timr making arrange*
nii'iits regarding the taking of
ihi- census in tlii- district.
Mr. and Mrs. Morrison left
Monday for iviniv Rupert for a
i,w days.
The bodies of \V. II. Tully and
William Grant who were drowned
lasi week have not yet been found
although a diligent search has lieen
made for them.
About Eighty Went
About   eighty  passengers  went
smith on  the S.S.  Prinee (ieorge
this morning.
Miss Laura Holtby left on a
visit to friends in Vancouver today.
Her aunt, Miss ('.rant, left the
eity today. After a short visit to
friends in Vancouver she will
return to her home in Ottawa.
|      Situations Wanted      ;
A classified advertisement is a tireless work-
hunter-and seldom fails.
By experienced man and wife nai cook nnd helper
in mining camp or country haatel. Apply 11. I..
T.. Optimist. .���-.-���.'7
if the mounted police.
j      The special traiii is lengthening
""*  | out  as we get additions  to our
The  weather  is  fine,
and we are all having a very good
time.
Besl wishes to all my comrades
in the Karl Grey's Rilles.
Yours truly.
GEORGE LEEK
Boarders Wanted
1
At the Etoptist Brotherhood
Social tonight a photograph will
bc taken at 8.15 prompt. Come
early.
last   ot   till'a Home cooked meals and nicely furnished rooms
for three persons.     Apply Mrs. James, Scaatt
|    Bid*.. 3rd Ave., between .-th and Sth Sts.   W-tf
Private Board by the week or month. Home
cooking a specialty. Miss !���'.. M. Gleeson, 3rd
Ave., between Tth and sth Sts.. phone ITL. 89-tf
|| Reg. $20 and $25 ||
gg     Suits Now     gl
���$15,001
Martin O'Reilly
SECOND AVE.     PRINCE RUPERT
Real Estate
A 'li- iii.-i advertisement ii a real * -i-.tu* lalei-
mnn. and dOH not often count enough "to
count" in the net result.
HtottM!) yntinir mon wanted to rent cosy furnished in the Bulkley Kootm. (ith Ave., near Fulton.
109-lm
r
For Sale
Smith-Premier Typewriter in perfect condition.
Apply P.O. Box 328. 118-124
All kind.* nf MSOnd hand Roods IxiuRht and sold.
F. M. Crosby, Third Ave., between 7th and ��th
BtrertB. 117-tf
No. S Star Cook Stove In perfect condition, pipe
enough for 2 atovcti; all for $10. Apply at
Itoom 2.1. Fraser und Tth Streets, seven to eight
in evening. ll"-wi
Over-Seas Club
A special meeting of tho memlwrs of the Overseas Club will be held at the Westholme Lumber
Company's Hall on Wednesday next the ."11 inst.,
at H o'clock when members are requested lo return all unsold concert tickets and to make payment for thow* disposed of.
HARRY M. BIRCH.
119-122 Asst.-Sec.
KNIGHT'S INLET
CANNERY SOLD
Capt.
R. G. Gosse is Retiring
From Business
Capt.iin R. (i. C.osse, who has
For many years been identified
with salmon canning operations
on the coast <>f British Columbia,
is reported to be retiring from
active participation in the industry,
and lie has jusl disposed of the
cannery and plain of the Knight
Inlet Packing Company al Knight
Inlet. The purchaser is the A. B.
V. Packing Company.
Last year the Knight Inlel
Packing Company had a very
successful season, putting up 2!1,-
000 cases. This summer the expected pack at this cannery is
37,uoo cases, preparations for that
number having lieen made.
The House by the Side of the
Road
There are hermit souls that live
withdrawn
In the place of their self content;
There are souls, like stars, that live
apart
In a fellowless firmament;
There are pioneer souls thai blaze
their path
Where highway never ran--
Bui let me live by the side of ilu-
roatl,
Anil be a [fiend toman.
Let me live in a house by the ride of
the road,
Where the race of men go hy���
The men who are good, and tinmen who are bail,
As good and as bad as I.
I would not sit iu thesoomer'sscat,.
Nor hurl the cynic's ban;
Let me live in a house by iliesiilt-
of the road,
And be a friend toman.
I see from my house by the sidcof
the road,
By the side of the highwa) "I
life.
The men who press with the ardot
of hope,
The  men  who  are   faint  with
strife.
But   1   turn not away from their
smiles or their tears
Both parts of an infinite plan:
l.t-t me live in a house by the siih "I
the road,
Antl be a friend to man.
Basketball���Tigers vs. Crescents at Aueitorium Tuesday,
May 30th. Game called at 8.45
sharp.   Admission 25c.
After a visit here in connection
with some big investments Mr
Clift Fortl returned lo VancouVW
today.
1000 Tons of Freight
The S.S. Princess Kna. C P. R
liner, will arrive at midnight ��itli
1000 tons of freight for lu-n-
Have you  taken ad van tag!   ���
the big sale of clothing, hats, I
antl   gents'   furnishings   now   *'n
at I tollman's, Second svcnui." I'"'
Mechanics' Store." "s
Pantorium Pioneer Clcnnprs. '1
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flffigUa��SSE!H��EffifHfif&SS8fiS
CsrptntSII are k'ettimr lnisy mi reH-
dmeat all ovtr town but ��vw with thn
building activity it will bt mna tinn
iaii,,ri ths demand for dwtDini houw
ainl Spirtmi i.- i U I-'- nipplM it it
, -., r 1-, becsu ��� nf the number nf ,��"*
poopla arriving v,itii tha object ol
nuunnchomi hott. My oorranpondtnea
upon ihh lubjact villi partiaa ina�� oi
tba iiuisiiir is constantly Increasing
ao 1 make an aapodal appeal t" thoaa
having apartments and nouaaa to ran!
nr   Inr   sale   to   immeiliately   linl   them
*lth I'ni-ln Jerry.
RESIDENCES  FOR  RENT
$60 |.ir month,   laven fartdahed roomn
*il|l BtOta lielliw.     A l.iarvaiili,
��1S inr miinUi.    TWO rnotn hounc, uti-
lurnmlii.il,   with   liwwnent,     Vlast-
MM.    Water.
$27.SO pat month.    Five room ratUKe-
plaiierttl,     Water.
Ill pat month.    Cahin, IK x 12.    Stove
Jeremiah H. Kugler
$25 |ar month.    Five room eOttaM iil-
aat,eredi  Water.
$40 |kt month.   Pom rooms, bath ami
toilet.   Furnished tb<l |>er month, u,
$IS per month.   Four    room    GOtUn
near Mellride.   Ktinnini? water,
$25 per nn,nth.   Two ntorv, four rooms.
Tartly furnisheil.
$25 par month.    Five   rooms.     Water
not    laiil nn.
$22.50 pet month.   Four   rooms   in   a
double hOUte.     Tapered   anil   well
ntuaned,
$30 tier month. Two ptory, seven
room. Hath room hut not connect eil.
;*25KirCnii:r^,r~
$15 par tnonih.   six room and hath
$35 per month.    Batm rnoml ,. i i.i.
$35 ,,er month.    Buma   w   (��� ' ' ,'1^'-
italh.   .ttAii-itU-.M^u!"'   mm*'
|    $1600 Ciih
WHY PAY RENT?   BUY A HOME
$2,500    Buyi  live  room  hou"e in  Sertion ii.    Kasy  terms of  payment
ean lie nrmngod.
So.hou    Huys douhle  a|iarlnient  house
in Section 6.   Terms ean he ar-
raiiKeil.
$5,500   Huys   nine   room   house   with
liusement.     Hot   nnd   cold   water.
Modern oonvenleneas.   Time imy-
ments nrriiniteil.
$5,180    Huys eleitanl eixhl room luinit-
nlow.    Four lireplnces.    Hnth.    All
modern convenience!!.
$300   Huys live room house on Reserve.
$2,700    Huys four room house in Section I,    Modern conveniences, in-
HUdlng hnth.
$3,000   Huys   seven   room   house   in
Section 5.   Modern conveniences.
$2,625   Huys  two  ntory  house,  seven
rooms, in Section 1.
$3,500 Huys house and shnck in Section 1. Three rooms, kitchen, basement.
$3,000 Huys two Btory nine room
house in Section fi. Bath. Telephone,    l'rice $6,675.
$1,000 Huys two story,five room house
in Section 7.   Price $'J,260.
$1,000 Huys two story, aeven room
cottiiKC in Sertion 6. Hnth.'i Price
|8,00o,
$1,000 Huys live room house on Seventh
Avenue.    Price $2,600.
$800 Huys well finished four room house
in Section 6. Bath, closets. Price
$2,700.
BUY A LOT AND GET RICH
$100 Huys two lots in Section 8. Price
$600.
$400   Buys six lots nt Seal Cove.
$1,200. ^^^^
I  $400   Buys four lots near Seal  Cove.
I Price $225 each.
Price
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"Ask Uncle Jerry"
$100   Buys two lots in Section 8. Price
$600.
$200   Buys two lots in Section 8. Prica
$475.
$800   Buys lot in Section 1. easy terms
for balance.   Price $3,750.
$840   Buys lot in Section 5.   This is a
snap for cash.
$550   Buys two lots in Section 6.   Easy
terms for balance.
$600   BuyB   lot   in   Section   6.     Price
$1,025.
$400   BuyB lot in Section 6.   Price $860.
HOW ABOUT ROOMING HOUSES?
$500   Buya furniture and lease for two
years of ten room house.   Toilet and
hath.
$800   CASH.    First payment on $4,200
rooming house, 20 x  100, 2 story
and   basement.     Balance   payable
$100 monthly.
$725   Buya furniture and 3 1-2 years'
lease of rooming house in Section
1.   Bent $45 per month.
$700 Buys rooming house on Third
Avenue. Nine furnished rooms, all
rented.    A snap.
$1,800 Buys large rooming house. Close
in. F'inest place in cily. Should
clear $100 to $160 per month.
Investigate this.
"ASK UNCLE JERRY"
We have also a hotel proposition
worthy of consideration, several business
opportunities, stores to rent, boats for
ISM anil so forth.
There has hcen a surprising demnnd
recently fur farm lands up the Skeena
'''i'i in the Bulkley valley. We have
�� large amount of acreage, carefully
selected, all the way from Kitselas to
Franciais Lake, with full descriptions
Of tlie character of the soil and so forth
lhe price at present is low, running
trnm $10 an acre up. Some of the land
i�� partly cleared and has farm buidings
��n it. You should certainly look Into
Una,
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|   $425
Huys Two Lots  In  Section  8.
This Is a Dig Snap.
Second Avenue
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