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 THE  WEATHER
Twenty-four hours  ending
5   a. m.,
Mny 27.
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Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
VOL. II,  NO. 118
Prince Rupert, B.C., Saturday, May 27, 1911.
Price Five Cents
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LOCAL MINING MAN
IN SHOOTING TRAGEDY
J. B. Phillips, Mining Expert, Well Known Here, Shot
His Wife and Wounded Himself���Was
in Rupert Last Fall
Mining men <>f Prince Rupert
an(] district are startled liy the
news jusl to hand today that
|. li. Phillips the well known
miner ol Yukon, Omineca, and
Cobalt experience, shot his wife
mi the morning of Empire Day
and tried to shoot himself. Mr.
Phillips was expected in Prince
Rupert tin's month. He was here
last year in the fall on his way to
m.ikt' an expert examination of
some Omineca placer mini's.
Is Society Tragedy
Phillips' wife is who desperately
srounded in the right breast is a
il. She w;ts very pretty
and popular in society circles in
Toronto. Thc shooting took place
in Phillips' fine residence on 204
s  G orge street, one of Toronto's
most exclusive thoroughfares, Phillips who has inflicted severe Ih'sli
wounds on himself was said to
be under the influence of drink.
IU' w.is inclined to exceed occasionally, and had threatened his
wife before.
Successful Miner
After liis Yukon experience, Phillips mined in these districts, and
going to Cobalt later made a great
success there. His marriage in
Toronto, to one of that city's
young society girls followed, and
was a brilliant alTair. Since then
Mr. Phillips has visited B. C.
several times as a mining expert,
and h;is interested Toronto capita]
in mines in the Omineca tlistriet
Last fall he arranged for the
bonding of sereval properties there
to Toronto people.
LABOR REPORTS DIFFER
WHICH ONE IS TRUE?
Manitoba Press Tells of the Difficulty of Getting Men
Men tell of Difficulty of Getting Work
In Honor of a Great and Good Queen
hi view of the stories that arc
coming down river sometimes
through author! ta live agen is, sometimes merely as hearsay, that there
is noi wink enough on the rail-
��aj I'M .ill the men who have
pmc up there this spring, the
following from the Manitoba Free
Press is interesting:
Says Dearth of Men
"li has lung been realised that
for certain classes of heavy work
���'*'���<��� foreign clement had to be
died  upon   for   the  supply   of
W��r. And in past years there
wi little dearth of ihis class of
*wkcrs, I'liis ye.T, however, de-
���ptte the great number of European
immigrants arriving from time to
"mt'. railroad companies, contrac-
'"r* and lumbermen find it difli-
***��� i" procure sufficient men to
fill their needs.
High Wage Offers
Applies lini > an- Ining received
[Wtinually   for   axemen,   excava
tion men. railroad carpenters,
teamsters and other classes of
railroad labor, and the demand
continues to exceed the supply.
P'or good axemen S2 a day and
board is offered; for excavation
work, $2.2"> a day, without board
(board costing SO a week); for
teamsters, SHa to -Sit) a month and
all found; for railroad carpenters
from S3 to S3.at) a day; antl for
oilier classes of labor in proportion.
For Mountain Section
"The tinn  of  Foley,  Welch <S:
Stewart   hits   lieen   encountering
great difficulties in procuring sufficient  men  for  thu construction
of   the   mountain   section   of   the
G. T. P., and applications are
Ining continually received from
thai firm for men at gootl wages,
In fact it w;is found necessary
recently, to Ining a liig batch
of laborers from Fort William for
|points in the mountains."
VANCOUVER WORKMEN TO
ORDER A GENERAL STRIKE
District Trades and Labor Council Decide on  Drastic
Move by 40 to 5-  Idea is to Help Carpenters
Force their Demands.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, May 27.���A resolution io call a general strike of
all the organised industrial workers in the city of Vancouver, to
take place on Monday, June 5th,
was carried by the executive of the
District Trades and Labor Council
of Vancouver last night.
The mailer was fully discussed
ill a special meeting of the executive called to consider the
recommendation of a special committee on the carpenters' strike
situation. It was pointed out
that a general strike of all the
worker.- woultl lie the most effective protest dial organised labor
coultl in.ike to the Master Builders'
Association for refusing to meet
the demands of ihe carpenters.
Owing io the importance of the
occasion  the entire full strength
of the Council, representing all
the trades unions in the city, was
present, The issue was discussed
liy many speakers pro and con,
but when the matter came to a
vote, out of the whole body of
forty-five, forty voted in favor
of a general strike, and five against
it.
The decision thus arrived at
is to be re-affirmed at the next
regular meeting of the Council
on Thursday nighl, next, when a
monster demonstration of the allied
trades will beheld in thc city.
The decision means that this is
the last resort in the strike situation. It is hoped by the men,
thai their resolve will arouse public feeling in the city, and bring
pressure to bear on the Master
Builders to make them submit
to the demands of ihe carpenters.
The winded figure of Victory which surmounts the gigantic Queen Victoria Memorial, the late Queen
whom it commemorates antl the Emperor of Germany who took part in the dedication ceremonies
in   London   last week.    The gigantic  memorial has taken over nine years in being constructed.
CAN YOU SPELL THIS?
P-A-R-A-L-L-E-L-O-G-R-A-M
Popular Young Man Met His Waterloo Last Night in
Trying to Negotiate It
(Colonial Press Despatch)
London. May 27.-   The presence
of the German Emperor, Empress
and their daughter Victoria Louise,
whom rumor says is lo be given
in marriage to die I'rince of
Wales, iii King George's dedication of the great Victoria Memorial and the beginning of the
Festival of Empire, marketl the
beginning of the reign of merrymaking   wilh   which   lhe   British
Empire will celebrate the Coronation of the King and Queen in
June incident.illy putting millions
of dollars into ihe pockets of the
British tradcsmen( who, in anticipation of ih< enormous crowds
of visitors, have been busily engaged in furbishing up iheir wares,
not forgetting to add thereto a
few shillings iu honor of tin
occasion.
Though the Festival of Empire
with its beautifully decorated Crystal Palace; its gigantic operatic
performances by lhe Imperial Orchestra twice daily, ami lhe wonderful pageants wiih which it
will be replete, will extend over
a greater length of lime, the
main feature of interest was
the unveiling of the great Victorie
Memorial which marked the
King's first public appearance in
CDNTINtiKli UN I v.i  '���
P-A-R-A-L-L-E-L-O-G-R-A-M,
pronounced par-al-lel-o-gram.
This was the missile fired by
one member of the Daily News
-i.ill at another in a spelling bee
at the Presbyterian Church last
night which proved to be thu
l.itier's undoing. Amid much
1.nigh ter and applause, the prize
was awarded to Miss Alma Christiansen, lhe final survivor of a
valiant half dozen, who for awhile
contributed to lhe gaily of nations.
Tin- identity of the unfortunate
BCribe il woultl be cruel to disclose.
lie is probably expiating hisolTciicc
in quiet corners, by studying ihe
dictionary in his spare moments.
The incident was only one in a
series of entertainments which
- I marketl the social evening arranged
by Mrs. Donald McLeod and her
the Maypole dance, performetl by
a group of the girl scholars, ami
a pretty little poem, read with
much charm antl grace of diction
by Miss Grant. Refreshments
were served at the close of the
evening.
Honor for B. C.
Joseph Clerihue of Victoria Gets
a Rhodes Scholarship
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Victoria, May 27.���Joseph B.
Clerihue, a native son of Victoria,
and well known in the city has
been notified thai he has been
awarded a Rhodes scholarship.
Mr.    Donald   Moore   left   last
class, all of which were enjoyedIevening on a trip to Mill Bay.
by .1 large gathering that responded
Mr. Aldoui leaves today on a
GOT ENOUGH CASH FOR
HALF AN AMBULANCE
W.P, Sent $500 for the Good Cause Some Weeks Ago
Who'll Come Through with Balance
lll'! ���' check lor 1600 from the
"""' Tr��' k Pacific Railway to-
*7.Ml ��' of an ambulance, Is
"*����� in the hands of Dr. Eg-
m ""I that st, far neither the
"J""r lhe Hospital Boanl have
'''" ���***) iteps to secure an
J***    for  the city,  is made
"(''u ��) inquiries conducted by
"���""Iv News this morning.
Jj1- "'"l-'Mood that the Hos-
,  .   ��"'"d   have   been   hanging
Ir""> arranging for the pur-
M,7'       imbulance, as it has
With Other financial
^dll>d been hoped that
|K,���,      '   '">���  or   some   private
J;;''''-' -��M Pri'scn, the bal-
��ic money needed to secure
The   total   cos.
11,000 ,,ance is l'ul il1 ftbout
���" least,
^ The & T. P. Po8ltion
H^f desire ol the G, T. P.
s,1"iil<l I,!' ''.''" an ;l,|il'uhincc
posriblc " lVa"��'3'e ;ls ���S(,<"' ;is
him.i.' '""'., '"���**���  Supt.  Mehan
IiuimK
Was
"wtrumental in
curing the 8500 donation which
was promptly sent To the Daily
News this morning he said simply
this:
"The Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Co. through their Medical
Department, have donated the
stun of S500 towards the purchase
of an ambulance. The cheque
is in the hands of Dr. Eggert ready
to be handed over to the Hospital
Hoard as soon as the Board is
preparetl lo go ahead .unl purchase
the ambulance."
Prompt action in the securing
of (he vehicle is the oi Iy condition
Imposed by the ('.. T. P. as regartls
their gifl.
The Board's Position
"There is nothing definite yd
before the Board regarding the
ambulance," said President D. G,
Stewart to the Daily News ihis
morning. "Wu are aware that
8500 has been donated by the
Ci. T. P. antl it was expected that
Dr. Eggert would have brought
(Continued on Last Page)
MAY HOLD A MARATHON JULY 1	
  Especially worthy of praise was,trip to Essington
S. Holmquist Who Competed in the Classic Event at Athens Will ~~ ~~      "
Keep Challenge Open  for  Ten Days���Prince   Rupert DEPARTS LIKE A THIEF
Has  Some   Very  Good   Runners.
A great ileal of interest is being
aroused in town over the possibility of a long distance race
on July 1st between W. II. Sherman the winner of lhe ihree mile
race on Empire Day; A. Nicholson, who ran a very close second
in the contest, antl Holmquist
the Swedish runner, who by mistaking the course in lhe early
stages of the race, was unable to
show  the  Prince  Rupert  public
what a fine runner hc Is.
Three Good Men
All of the men are speedy, anil
a credit to Prince Rupert, ami
all have very creditable performances on record,    Nicholson is
an oltl running male of "Alfy"
Shrubb, the famous English longdistance runner, ami his friends
say that hatl il not been for
being  pill   out  of  liis stride  near
the finish of Wednesday's race
by a collision wilh a dog, he
woultl have given the winner an
even hauler tussle for tht prize.
Who Holmquist Is
Holmquist,   who  has   nol   yet
given   the   Prince   Rupert   public
a  taslu of  his finality  is onu of
lhe best  Marathon runners of lhe
day.     lie   ran   fourth   at   Alliens
in   ihat   celebrated   event   over
ihe Marathon course when Doran-
tlo by the unkintlness of Kate, hail
victory torn from his grasp by
a technicality which gave Johnny
Mayes the honor.    Ile runs like"
UNDER COVER OF NIGHT
 +
| BASEBALL SCORES
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Northwestern League
Portland 6, Victoria '.i.
Won I'livn '.\, Spokane 0.
Seattle ii, Tacoma 5.
National League
Pittsburg *i, Cincinnati l.
Boston 7, Brooklyn 2.
Philadelphia3, ti_*_ York.Y
Pacific Coast League
Vernon 6, (lakiand 6,
San Francisco2, Portland I.
Los Angeles 0, Sacramelilo 8,
Red antl Black Boudoir Slippers
ai Scott, Fraud i\ Co., Ilie Leading Shoe House, Third avenue.
Porfirio Diaz, Czar of Mexico
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Mexico City, May 27.- Like a Sunday   Serv,ces   in    Empress
Tomorrow at ll a.m. and 7.,'to
a moose," s.iitl one oltllime chain-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
pii.ii  enthusiastically  as  he  saw Pathetic End to the Thirty Years of Dictatorship of
him   practising   the   othci   nighl.
He has only been in the cil\  a
few weeks, antl cannol  speak  English   very  well,  but   he  can   run
all right in English if the distance
is made long enough.
Is Out With Challenge
Holmquist's  Mauls  have  authorised ihe Daily News io renew
the  challenge   lo   lhe  winners  of
ihe Empire Day event, on condition    that    lhe   race   is   ni.idc
fnuii itu io twenty-six mihs, and
thai an acceptance is given within
len days, sn (hat he can go into
training for the event.
A Race Is Likely
li is understood thai Nicholson
is like!) io accept ihe offer of a
i,in-  wilh   Holmquist,   as   he  has
already done sonic excellent work
al the longer distance.    No men-1 antl seclusion
tion has yel been made of a prize
anil llolintpiist has offered to run
for th" amateur's love of a contest,
but il is likely if a race is arranged
thief in lhe night, Porfirio Diaz,
who for over thirty years has
ruled Mexico wilh an iron hand
secretly  left   lho capital  before 2
o'clock ihis morning.
A Pathetic Couple
Cutler cover of darkness, lie
with his beautiful antl giftetl wife,
antl a few 11 listed friends of their
misfortunes journeyed to the railway station, antl boarded ,i train
for Vera Cruz,
Goes to Spain
From Vera Cruz they will I,ike
the boat to Spain, where it has
been decided by the great dictator
lhat he will end his days in peace
p.m. the Presbyterian services will
be held as usual in the Empress
Theatre. Rev. F. W. Kerr will
peraeh at both services.    The last
atldress on Socialism, announced
for tomorrow, will be postponed
Im another week as Mr. Kerr has
not   been   able   to   complete   his
preparation for it.
Sl rangers  are  always  cordially
welcome at our services.
1.atlies! We have just received
a shipment of Boudoir Slippers,
see theni today, Scott, Fraud & Co.
Do you want a nice house? We
have them from $20 to $50 a
month.���H. F. McRac&Co.     lt
the big sale of clothing, hals, boots
that    sport   lovers of the city will j antl   gents'    furnishings   now    on
see lo il that a suitable trophy is| al Hoffman's, Second avenue, "The
provided.
Empress Theatre, Second Av-
llave  you   taken  atlvantage  ofjenue; Pictures and Music.
Majestic Theatre, Third avenue; Pictures and Music.
Phenix Theatre, Second Ave-
I Mechanics' Store,
1181 nue; Pictures and Music. TJH E    D AI L Y    NEW
The Daily News
Formerh The Prince Rupert Optimist
Publiahed by the Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
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7-.j. Lot* in taction 7,  So1.1
A new ���--  with  bath, or.
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to rait     '   aaar.
Farm Lands
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tbeinte:      ��� - -���: ining ::.*��� prospec-
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���*:::. imj r rements, for 5'.' ���-���-���: acre.
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j.: ��� per - re,
g-i.-v: i��cti o rear Taylor a' 130.00
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:.:. :.      litei at from $1    t    .��." :   r
a.rr wjth g:-:-i terms.
"The newspaper, with the law, ihooM MSOBM the Mettled i-.r.ocent
until proven guilty; ihoold be :.-.? friend, not  tht   enemy o: tr.e
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the assailant of personal character.    I: - .   . .    a, as it  were,   a
keeper of the public conscience."-Henry Wattanoo.
Daily Edition.
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for reftniauor. -o purehaae :r�� '.:..*���-�� amcnr-hl
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RATS ARE A VERY "	
EXPENSIVE LIXUR.
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Pj&. A^ 2D.
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[t Costs Great  Britain  About  $73,000,000  a  Year  to
Feed Them    They are a Frequent  Source of
Fires Too- Fact? About the Rodents
MATHltu's *
NERVINE POWDERS
For Uudttbt *:���-. *i-.i*.,i
LANDLORDISM HAS COME
sm :r. England or Ireland weri   :   warn the pvople ��� ���:' B-    -
Columbia les -.   fate might       rtato them, he would pr
lug   d at   Vet the laugh migl i :he laughers
.. , ing is done with.   Larg     -   - tl is province, its -r
land    . ��� McCaffery & Gibbons
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[t is   now
that   rats are
for the spread
the result, of the   Bio- -   ���"'"trfE^
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fighting - Wlthl!;  the P*81
stroyed  over  6.-
jS   in   India
the deaths
:     - ���. 'a  being m.ide to
c. ���      ite  the   rats  in   Princ*
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rivenew and     itruc-
f rats   I imp rtano
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states
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Act more quickly than tablet., pill. or Wflft.rt
It your denier dm-a nut keep thi'm wa will n a, 1
you a l��<i\ 'It puwdan) un rec**i|.t a.f
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that   tl
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May,  1908, the present
--..irtitl in China
nil   the
ii d infected -il coun-
world.  The identity of
'   ��� ���������   * "     ���     '  ��� ' ,  with plague in the
-    ���    ������   '������� :   : . .   .      ,,i wme years ago,
lar means by which
.    -    is   transmitted  from
SS        ..:    invaded
us  .   ut as much  is an  iduli , ._,_..,._
grain, a ra: eats -" I
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LAND PURCHASE  KOTICE
led ..-. I ;��� 5]     .. ���' rs I irii gtht    istl    - >*ears itsa Imig
be even safely for     sted trai risingshortl ngl
We ha i t where it is    .;   --       for th
bon^. : It  ��� ttier tc staki   . ;
Already the setder 1   -    gun to pay tribute to i
.-- . .-     mmenced to pta     a tax    n
industr>. and exact from                in unearned increment    Th< -     -
f landlordism in 1   .     land      Ir   re alread)   lere it p!!Mii<ff!f''g r^^n ���*��� ���**
Thestoi sh farmers being   Iriven fr m the lands   i :'-���. __________\��^J____i_^ ^%^ l^ $*__
Britir   la .- <^>erati<ms interfered '}������ ___%�� '  .; ? ;.
Skana Utmt I a-.-t- ��� *. a-* -.: -.'. ::ai: ta,*;, I
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is excluded from tht       d    md thi   setders        :'.:���     -������.���:���    -__,'*-':.'?'.\   "...
.rr. Island for instance, wl     trt n from - JST*,..8-^^!: !
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put? hi* ten square miles into a game pres -
individual speculal ra stake hundreds  [squan i lies   -     Jpr - r   -     -: -lu
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lettlei   . ���    In the present     - - ��� r i     liscoveries are i     - .   .
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und,   or   on   y ing i
squabs  '-vith  a  mu
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lining a rat is : ��� ���
.:. increased.  Grai	
th tn h ..:  th<   food ir rau
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rat is still  u| ��
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Damage by Rats
"A few estimatt -
- ��� -    rat   ind from rat to man
��� a |   ��� dearly understood until
���   ���
"The conclusions of the Plague
--  n h id already been prac-
Uj    .  ��� pted by medical men
-   parts of the world, and
nt ��� utbreaks of plague were
wed  by active measures for
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In D nmark tl lh)   beg i    a   persistent   war
���   ���������   siting t   15.000 .  .  the animals.   Rewards were
-    v ��� ffered for killirg rats, and traps
[904 1 losses
were   given   to   the   people.     In
rats   .- :  mia   were ur centres of population
' - Agra, Allahabad. Bardi, and Da-
x-    ' ���"���"'      : rman Min- j,, .   ^   totaj   ,.,-   416,403   rats
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that l     ; ��� Get       y suffei
5th Ave. Acroaa Irom Hospital
$700���Handles   a  splendid lot
One of the- best in lection 6.    Price $1400,
$175���Cash handles a fine lot
on 10th Ave., section
8, right off Conrad St.,
Price $350.
Near Sth Ave. and Emmeraon Place
��� $300-Cash handles one of the
best buys in the city,
right on the hill where
nearly all of the best
residences have been
built, a pretty site ami
very' cheap, $1100.
5th Ave., Near Imanuel Place
$200.00���Down  on  a S4'>���' lot
near Seal Cove, splendid investment well located.
Cor. 5th Ave. and Imanuel Place
$500���Cash handles this double
corner. The Cold Storage Plant has made
corner one of the best
buys in town, as an investment it is Rilt-
edge, and $100 below
market. $1000.
Cheap Rent Bu.ine*. Quarter,
$25 Per Month-will rent it
building 25x40 near :trii
and 6th Sts., suitable
for warehouse, carpenter shop, plumbing or
tinsmith.
Houston ia the Place for You
$50 to $400 a lot will place you
in on this new Grand Trunk
townsite located in the
centre of Pleasant Valley,
which is the cream of the
Bulklev Valley.
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is kej ���    ii    ���    ..*. . .-       ��� mmodate the plans   [spe
-  . -    -    . - .  - ���     ne will paj    ,   ���	
I tl   -   - ���und one.   It means that I     - tors :  -
be imposed as a tax cm tht settler. ���" .      .     ��� ���.
i ���  retai  - develop-, nt, making la
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by the farmer tends t -..--��� . ���. th<
rack-i   ���       man i
!   - the han'i:: j awa; mds from : rr.^.r.
:   -������'��� II thi     eall        -       lators. an enlightened pinion will
rr.--  ��� - ��� - ' . ;.    But eve
enlighi      I pu        ��� ���. . - i      mds
fhei     .-      ���  ��� .-  ���  ��� ite the | main from
rship of I ..... n a Prii      Ruperl
plat:- ; isPr -       - I    -.      -    -      ���   [.'..',_���;..:���:_
has on de: 18.000,00 :..-.-��� "" u"ll-
J off a     main wort - ���   the ��� ;.-*__ i___*bm-.r_*-: m* -
the I .   . .       .-   j ir.   For I &��
t is on deposit inks. I .    -  .--.'?_?*''- ~ '"" "    '
itcomes to a        I       ��� It is -..--���-_       \_*\*�� ____ '.'*     '
' -  '      '        . I nature       ill .'���:.".    ' ; : '.".'":
jht i --        lepoat in th<   ':'['-'' 1;*J" nu.seu s patn ������
... - rs and applause���is t       - .   :':   '
���    It is i     - -1 of i     i thai        ives ____, --.-������_.-.- ������    u- >.,... ���
jh the trust      f an estate is Justine - .   \ \.
��� ���' ��� '      inability i        rt        '-���"'.".'���''
rices .        mmil       to his
I
It is not don off i
tne .   .      to stand guard
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rats have been made since >M,!g L&W'ButlsT  Co B
Jlossthroug Senq   tember,   m7<   in   s,���m.  ���f   theU RcaI Ertateatul Ir.5uranc���' B
���    - '""" Pacini- !w>rti.. particularly in San L Third Ave. g
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���     '    'Bi English 1908, 77 di tths from plague oc-
Society-       tht  De- ci:rroi.   Traps, poisons, bounties,
������   ' says than       nd other mt  i - were employed
thi number of rodents.
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Ti. ���      ">     �����'   :    :��f    -AfA:    '   r~.* ���
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1. 1909, 115,869 rats wen trapped
and 9,797 were found dead in
San  i i ��m an average,
over   14H.IHHI   ;.a.i-i.ied   li.iits   per
week wi re placed, but as a matter
of course the numlier of dead
rat? discovered was only a small
per cent of the total number
killed liy poison. The last rat
found infected with plague bacillus
was taken October 23, 1908, but
no hum.tr. cases of the disease
have occurred in the city since
January. 1908."
WEALTH Y TRAMP
QUITS THE ROAD
:.lase NOTICE
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H. F. McRAE
F. R. C. BROWN
H. F. McRae & Co.
Financial Agents
Second Ave.,
Prince R'pert
Branch:
Vancouver
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Therefore, you might as well have it furnished with
useful and artistic furniture. We have it. Drop in
and see our stock of Desks, Office Chairs and Office
Requisites.
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Bri:.. n I 'in its rur
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"The destruction of feedstuffs
rats U     - -     i low not only
very   town
the wl   lei   -ntry.
     .'      -���    --��� ��� --    r the
1 '���    ts,   the bin
-'��� I ii   which  feed is kept
rats fairly
rm to tht   nightly feast.    In
estimated in Wash-
m was equal
'    *    "  10 :���: ��� ���: ��� ��� ���' the srrain
A  grocer   was   buying
for i rses and i veral
rsei w.r, fed Denver Millionaire Will Go Ho-
��, the ratt nearly boeing no More Now
the time.    In  the cases 	
-     ing from fifty     \lW v,,rki May 24.���Edwin A.
���  "       ���   l��M "'   Hn.wn of  Denver, famous as the
���    ���   ������-   millionaire tnuunp" because of
���   ���'-   ��� ������ his excursions  in   search  of  in-
k ���'���    "      nd ':  ne*rly "''1 formation as  to how  the other
-    picking   them   up half lives, is in New York today
"     dtegroui even climbing Bt tlK. end of his last excursion in
-���.���    vines   raspberry or black- overall*    He  is through  seeing
berry canes, md currtnt or goose- die seamy side of life from the
bushes to obtain the ripe i,,,i(k,  lu,  My,   aml  henceforth
will carry on by other means his
Fires Caused b    ,\ats work   of   impressing   upon   cities
"In the museum of the Royal rhv "��ce����ty of providing for the
United Service Institution,White- Worth>' P����r-
hall. London, some years ag... ,,      ^*r- Brown has seen the inside
rat  nest was exhibited  bearing P^wn walU in every section of die
the following note: country, always on the sole charge
"Rat's  nest  and  young.    Thi- "'   not   liavinK  ��OUgh  money   to
nest  was set on  tire by a lucifer  lni>'   f""<1   "r   **&���     ''���**���' nccd  of
match ignited by the old rat as Tlll"li,'iPal lotlging houses and sim-
she ft-orked it into her nest.    A ibr institutions is the view he is
tire   was   nearly   caused   thereby advocating.     His  final   trip,  just
on H. M. S. Revenge.���Lieut. A. [completed, was through southern
II. Gilmore, R. N. jcitit's'
"It   is  generally  believed   that      Mr' Br"w" wi" s,iil "��* nio"th
r.its   and   mice   cause   fires   bv  to   lur"Pc   to   study   the   tramp
igniting matches with their teeth.' Pr"hlenl in Cvrm:***y-
The   testimony   of   thief-   of   lire '
department- and adjuster- of tire-'     Alex Rose, now engagetl in the
insurance claim- Confirms this be-  newspaper  business  in  Winnipeg.
lief, and many specific instances '�����lacrosie player of standing, and
hive been given t.f fires caused ****** played on several teams in
in this way. A fire which resulted the c.i-t. While working on an
in the partial destruction of the Ottawa paper he played with the
Sultan's palace at Scutari, .\r-i.i Beavert, champions of the Eastern I
Minor, in 1850. had such an Lacrosse association, and was slat-
origin. During mo: the fire de- ��1 for a position on the Capitals,
partment of Washington, D. C, but decided he could not afford!
gave  a  similar   explanation   of  a  the time.
fire  which   seriously   damaged   a	
large store and its contents. I       Read The Dailv News
Church Services
KIHST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
S*rvi��a *very Sunday in the
Empreaa Theatre. 11 a.m. anil
t 30 p.m.    Sunday Sa.-h.kil anil
Bible Claaa at 2.30 p. m.
REV. F, W. KERR. M.A.. PAitOI
THE   K1RST   BAPTIST   CHURCH
HEAD OF CENTRE ST.
Sen-ice*  every Sunday at 11
a.m   and MQ p.m.     Sunday
School   2.30   p. m.        Baraca
Bible Claaa 3 p.m.
REV. W. H. MeLEOD B.A B.D.   I'v-t n
THE FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
bi:t��ei:n centre ist Asiajnd ave.
Service* every Sunday at   11
a.m.   and 7 3u p.m.    Sunday
School at 2.3a' p.m.
REV. C. R. SING. B.D. Pastor
SALVATION   ARMY CITADEL
TOP OF SIXTH   STRUT
Sunday Sor.   	
a. m.. 3 p. m .  ���
Sunday S,-h ���
m.       Public   Servicei
Mondav.    Wadnetday,
Thur��lay. Sal
s p.m. Every!
come.
ENSIGN JOHNSTONE. C Ml'
ELEaRlCAL FIXTURES
ELECTRIC WIRING
IN BOTH PatVATB AMD BOSIH��8S HOUSB
Work performed by BXperti
A tirst class job is guaranteed in
every instance.
A large stock of ChsndeUeM -i"'1
Fittings  carried.
H. W. Blakely - Electrican
Near Sixth
Third Ave.
To Lease
Lot*
Block
22, 23. 24.
2S
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17
18
24
31
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35
7, 8
14
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G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Second Ave..
Limited.
Prince Rupe^ **'C'
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Royal Bank of Canada
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I1KA Capital,
Established 1869.
$6,200,000
Surplus, $7,200,000
Total Aaaeta, $92,500,000
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H. P, WILSON, Manager, Prince Rupert Branch.
GET IN NOW AND GET IN RIGHT
Tlu' fullowing properties will be sold en block, or separately
anil on easy terms.
SECTION ONE
BECTION ONE
Block
1"
11
11
1!
11
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Lots  Block
1',-7-il-lO    19
1-2-8-4-5-6
1!)
9-10 20
22 34
21-22 ;u
M 27
Kor prices, terms anil particulars, apply to
SECTION
ONE
Lots
27
42-43
3-4
15-16
19-20
37-38
SECTION
Block
9
18
FIVE
Lots
22
22-23
42
9-10
W. S. BENSON,
���Second Avenue
ACENT
Atlantic Realty & Improvement Co., Ltd.
Phone 214
The Christiansen-Brandt Co.
Real Estate and Insurance
We have some good buys in City Property.
���Farm Lands proposition along the G. T. P. are worth
investigating.
[Come and see us or write us before buying elsewhere.
UP   THE   RIVER
That  is where  the  people  ure  going.        You  can  get
|G0OD FRUIT LANDS FOR $14.00 PER ACRE
in the famous Lakelse District. In a few years this will
be selling in small plots for $50 per ncie. We hove several quartet sections  for sale. Call or write. . . .
iThos. McClymont   -   P.O. Box 806
pairs, Carbons
Ribbons
Etc.
The
Underwood
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Typewriter
I  C H. HANDASYDE, Jr., Dealer
11
P.O. Box 436        Prince Rupert
Also dealer for the Standard Folding Typewriter
MUSSALLEM & COMPANY
' Go��d   Fresh   Groceries  at   City Prices���^
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
I'UKSH SUPPLY OF RIDGWAY'S
TEAS     COFFEE     AND     COCOA,
out,   id*nt' of Sccti��n�� 5. 6.  7 and   8--We deliver promptly,
800'1�� art frenh, at prices not to be beaten in the city   I   I
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Announcement is made from
Boston that Pitcher Sam Frock
lias been Bold to the Atlanta
Southern League club for $2,000,
Seventeen home runs have been
made on the Philadelphia National
League grounds this season. The
Phillies have made eleven of them.
Think this over and you will
get a clew to the value of one
man to a ball team: Ty Cobb, in
one game, sioreil from first base
on a Bingle, scored from second
on a wild pilch and stole home
with a winning run.
Nick Williams is slill ;t bit
peeved over the way the umpires
treated liim in the North, and for
j that matter so are a number of the
Other managers. With one or
two exceptions, Presidenl I.indsey
seems to have asesmblid a stall' of
incompetents.
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John T. Bush, owner of the
Giants, has heeded the protest
filed by the manager of the New
Orleans club, of the Sou I hern League, and Frank Manush, who was
released to Newark, will go back
to his old club. Manusli was
drafted from New Orleans, and
under the rules that club has the
first call on his services if released.
The exit of Pitcher Jack Pfeister
from the National League recalls
the days when he was pitching
some swell games for Spokane.
He was with the San Francisco
club in the Pacific National and
with the smash-up went to the
Middle West, finally landing with
the Chicago Cubs, where lie has
been prominent until last season.
Gloom has fallen as a heavy
pall over the light fans of Vancouver .is a result of the Vancouver Athletic Association, incorporated, having called off all future
athletic exhibitions which were
billed to be held here during the
next two months. The managers
of the athletic association are
much disappointed themselves, but
as there has been so much opposition to the contests from a
certain element in the city, it was
decided to be a losing game to
attempt to continue.
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Georgetown
Sawmill Co. Ltd.
Lumber
anil
Mouldings
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
ANNEX
Owned ami operated by the
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway on
the American and European plan.
Excellently     furniihed,      with
steam heat, electric light, ami all
modern conveniences, being absolutely Rrit-ClaSS in every respect.
The appointments and service
are equal to any hotel on the
coast.
Rates: $1 to $3.50 per day.
G. A. Sweet, Manager.
Skeontt Luml District���District nf Coaat Range 5
Take notico that I, Frank llitrk.t nf i'ort Kh-
itngton, occupation merchant, Intond to apply
for parmtatiton in purchaaa the following dt^crlbcil
landi i
Commoncing al it poat plantod on tho aouth
bank of tin- Kxchumaika Ilivcr uml about four
miles from Iti confluence with the Skoena River,
thenee su cliuins west, thenco 80 ohaina north,
thonoo 80 chalna oaat, thenee aouth so ehalni
to point of commencement, containing 040 ncres
more or leea,
Duted April 21, 1011. PRANK HICKS
I'uli. April 20.
Bkeona Land District    District of Coast
Tuku notice thai  Willium Mc'luvisli nf Vancouver, R. C. occupation physician, intends to apply
for prrmkinn to purchaae the following descrbed
lunda:
Commencing al a poit plunted ut the louthwai
corner, 40 Chaini m>rt!i and 10 ohalni BMt nf the
northeast mrner of l.ot 11 Hi, Hurvcy'a Survey,
Coast Dlalrict, Range 5, tlience till chuins east
thence CO chaini north, thence (SU chaina west,
thence til) ohalni Mouth to post  of commencement
containing 360 acroa mere or less.
Dated May 2,1911.    WILLIAM A. McTAVlSH
Pub. May 6. Fred W. Uohler. Agent
THE Royal Hotel
Cor. Third Avenue snd Sixili St.
The Finont Room,
Th<�� best oqulppod
anal atonm hcnlcal.
Hoi ind colli ltathta.
Dining room anil
restnurunt
A large stock of dry finish-
inn liiinlifi' on hand. liont
lumber n specialty. Delivery
made at short notice.
Our prices nre as low as any.
Call on us before ordering.
OFFICE:
Cor Centre St. and First Ave.
F. M. DAVIS ri&
General Machine Shop and Ship's
Carpwitarlng. Also agent.* for Fairbanks-Morse anil Knox Gasoline
Engines. Gasoline Engines and Accessories carried in stock.
l.��um lai-r and Boat, for Hire   N.E. .n.i of Wharf
| Corley & Burgess, Props
Skeenu Land District     District nf Couat 1U��K1'���*
Take notico that Lottie MeTuvisli nf Vuncouver,
11.   C,   occupution   married   woman,   inlenila   to
apply  fnr permlulon to purchue the following
deacrihed lands:
Commencing at u poit planted ut thu northwest comer ino chains east und BO Obftlni north
from the northeast corner of Lot 1110, Hiirwy's
Survey, Coust DUtrlett Range 5,thence 20 ohalni
nouth,   thence  80  cliuins  east,  thencu  HO  chains
north, thence 40 chains west, thencu 60 chains
south, thence It) chuins west to post of commencement, contuininu 10U ucres more or lean.
Dated May 'J, I'UL LOTTIE McTAVlSH
Pub. May 0. Fred \v. Bohler, Agent
Skeenn Lund District     District nf Coaat limine ">
Take notice that Qmeo McTavish, of Vancouver,
il. C*, occupatinn married woman, intends to apply
for permission to purchaae the tollowing described
landai
Commencinu ut a post plantetl at the southwest,
corner 100 chains eaat und 110 chuina north of
thu northeast corner of Lot 1116, Harvey's Survey,
("oast District, Range 5, thunce 10 chuins east,
thenco 80 chains north, thence 10 chains west,
thencu 80 chains snuth to post of commencement
contuininu U-0 acres more or less.
Datad May 2, MU. GRACE McTAVlSH
Pub. May G. Fred W. Bohler, Agent
ict���District of Coust Range
Alexander  Mcintosh  of  VM
New
Knox
Hotel
BESNER & BESNER,   I'uoi'kiktohs
The Ni*w  Knox  Hotel I. run nn the Kurnpcnn
flan.    Piral-elaaa service.   All thc latest Modern
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FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
The greatest of all natural fighters, of course, is Jack Johnson, and
the liest things in his repertoire
are the uppercuts with which he
times his men so fearlessly and
faultlessly. It was thought after
seeing the way he butchered fellows like Jim Flynn and Tommy
Hums wilh his lifting punches, i
that he was only poison to short
men, but, after that unfortunate
affair at Reno, we know differently.
It is announced thai Hilly I'ap-
ke, the American middleweight,
and Jim Sullivan, the English
champion, have signed articles
in London for their twenty-round
match for the world's championship   on   June   (i.     The    papers
provided that thc tight is to be
for 110,000 and a side bet   Eugene
Corry will be referee.
S.S. COMPANY OF B.C., Ltd
The new steel Passenger Steamer
"Camosun"
leaves
Prince Rupert every Sunday
at 9 a.m. for Vancouver,
arriving Monday afternoon.
For Stewart City on arrival
from Vancouver Friday
night.
Northhound, leaves Vancouver Wednesdays at 9 p.m.
Windsor Hotel
FlliST AVKNI'K AT KICIIT1I STItKKT
Newly Furnished and
Stenm  llmtrtl Rooms
A  FIRST   CLASS BAR   AND   DINING
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATKS 60 CENTS AND UP
UAT1IS   RBH   TO   GUESTS
ROBT. ASHLAND
P.O. BOX 37
Take notice lhat
couver,   II    Ch   occupation   real   estate   hroker
intends to upply  for permission  lo purchaso the
following described Itndti
CommencinK ut a post plunted 10 chains south
(rom the youth went corner of Lot 096( thencu Mi
chaina Kouth, thence -10 chainH west, thence NO
chuina nortli, thence 10 chains oabt to point of
cimincncomcnt contuininK 320 uctva more or leaa.
DatOd April 17. 1911.
ALEXANDER McINTOSH
I'uh. May 6
Skeena Land District-District of (.'oast Hange ii
Take notice thai L Lauchlan John Shanahan of
Victoria, U. t\, occupation teacher, intend to
apply for permission to purchase the following
descrihed landn:
Commencing at a post planted 115 cliains south
from lhe southeast eorner of Lot IlOtiO, thence 10
chuina south, Ihenre 10 ehaina west, llience 40
chaina north, thence 10 chuins east to point of
commencement, containing 160 acrea more or leaa.
LAUCHLAN JUHN SHANAHAN
Dated April 17, 1911.
Tub. May t>.
Skeena Lind District ���District of Coait Run 6
Take notice that Mrs. L. C. I'utnam of St
Paul, Minnesotu, occupation married wotnun
intenda to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at i post planted at the southwest
corner of Lot No. LT88 marked Mra. 1��� C. Putnam's
northeaat corner, thenw west -JO chains, thence
south 80 chuina thenco east -10 chains, thence
north hO clmina to poat of commencement con
talniiiR ;120 acm* more or lesa.
Dated March 20 1911. MRS. L C. PUTNAM
Pub. April 15. Ceo. H. Putnum  Agon
Skwna Lund District - Dihtrict of Coast Knnge 5
Tako notiw that Mary lteuton t.ildentleeve of
Victoria, 1). C, occupation housekeeper, intend?
t" apply for permission to purchase tne followinp
descntted lunds:
Commencing nt n post plunted at the southwest
corner of Lot 99G, Kunge 5, Const District.thence
M) chnins south thence 40 chains east, thence Mi
chains north, thence 10 chnins wesl tn puint uf
onimenccment, containinu H20 acres mnre or less.
MAKY BKATON GILDKUSLEKYK
Dated April 17, 1911.
Pub. May G.
Sktena Land Distriot - Diatrict of Caas:ar
Take  notice thai  I,  Perry  Queenun of   Prince
Uupert.  B<  C,  occuputiun  pronator,  intend  to
apply  for  permission   to  purchase  the  following
deacril-el lands:
Commencing at a post jlnnted in the vicinity
of (louse Hay, about three-eights of a mile soulh
of the mouth of tho Honan/a Cp*ek, and being
on the easterly boundary of Timber Limit No.
86881 tr No. I888(L thence aouth 40 chains along
the en tvrly limit of said Timber Limit No. .'15281
or Nn ,i.'>2S0 40 chain*, thenci' east io the shore of
(loose Hay, u distance of 40 chains more or less,
thence northerly along the shore of Cootie Hay
40 chains nmn.1 or less, tbence westerly 40 chains
more or less to point of commencement, containing
160 acres mote or lew.
Datod Murch 7, 1911. PERKY QUEENAN
I'ub. April 7.
Skeena Land District���District of Coast Range 0
Take not ce that 1. Joe Jack of Prircc Id ptrt.
LAND   PURCHASE  NOTICE
Skeena Land District ���District of Cuaat Range &
Tuke notice thut. 1, Hell Hall Kenney of Ynr-
nioutli, Novu Scotia, occupation married wninuii,
inteml lo apply fur permlulon to purchase the
following deioribed lands:
Cummencing at a post planted al north east
corner of 'I'. L Lot :iN.ri'J^, thenci- running west 40
chains, thence north ��0 chains, thenco east 40
chains, thencc aoulh 80 chains to place of commencement, containing llliU acres mora or leas.
My posl is on south east comer of lund applied
for, marketl letters S. ft., ahout one milo west ol
Lake Lakelse, BOUth aide of Skeena liver District
of Coast  Hange 5.
Datad April ��5,1911.     BELL HALL KENNEY
Pub. Mav 13. John llavt-rty, Agont
Skeena Laml District- District of Cussiur
Tuko  notice  ihut   1, Jumes  Dunlop  of  I'rince
Rupert,   Bi   C,   occupulion   teamster,   intend   to
apply   for  permission  to  purchuse  the  following
described lands:
Commencing at a post plunted ubout two milea
south of lint forks uf tho While uml  ftlat river*,
thence  north   ?%U  chuina,  thence west   HU chuins,
Ihence south SO chains, thence east BU chuins.
Dnted April Is, 1911. JAMES DUNLOP
I'ub. Muy 13. Pniiell S. Preston. Agent
Skeenn Lund District -District of Couat Kunge 6
Take notiee thut Annie Mussallem of Prince
Rupert, H. ('., occuiiation married woman, intends
t;i apply (nr permission lo purchase the following
descrilied  lamia:
Comrnencng at u post plunted at a post ut the
aouthweat corner, go chuina east two N. E, corner
of Lul lllti, Harvey's Survey, Coaat District,
Range 5, ihence eaat 2U chains, thenco north 40
chains, thenee west 40 chains, Ihence aouth 20
chains, thenct- east 20 chains, thence aoulh 20
Ohalni to point of commencement, containing 120
acres more or less.
Duted Muy H, lull. ANNIE MUSSALLEM
Pub. Mav 13.
Skeena Land Diatrict���District of Caasiar
Take   notici*   thut   I,   Thomas   McMeekin   of
Prince Rupert, H. C, occupation clerk, intend to
apply   fur permission  to  purcnuse  the  following
described lunda:
Commencing at a post planted about two mUea
aouth of Ihu forka of tho White and Flat rivers,
Ihonco north SO chains, thence east SU chaina,
ihence south hO chains, thence west bU chains.
Dated April 18, 1911. THOMAS McMEEKIN
Pub. Mav 13. Francis S. Preaton. Agent
Skeena Land Diatrict���District of Caasiar
Take nolice thut 1, Churlus L. Delgrove of Stewart B. c, occupalion prospector, intend to apply
for permission to purchaau the following doschbod
lantls:
Commencing at a post plunted about six miloa
south and one mile weal of lhe forks of the White
und Flat rivers, thence south BO chains, thence
east HO chuins, thence north SU chuins, thunce west
KU chuins.
Duted April 80, 1911.     CHARLES DELGROVE
Pub. May 13. Francis S. Preaton, Agent
Skeena Land District���District of Caasiar
Take nolice that 1 Francis S. Preaton of Princo
Kupert, B. C, occupation prospector, intend to
apply  for  permission   to   purchaae   tho  following
descrihed lands:
Commencing at a post planted about throe
miles south and two miles weal of thc forks ol
thu Whito and Flat rivers, thence soulh 80 chains
thencc east bO chains, thencc north B0 chains,
ihence weal 80 chains.
Dated April 20, 1911.     FRANXIS S. PRESTON
Puh May 13
Skuena Land Diatrict���District of Caasiar
Tuke notico that  I, Hrenton Jordon Mooro ot
Prince Rupert, H. C, occuputiun contractor, intend
to apply for permission to purchase tho following
descrihed lands:
Commencing at a post plunteil about (3) three
mi!*.������ south and (2) two milen went of tho forks
of While nnd Flat rivers, ihence 80 chaina aouth
thenco 80 chains west, thencu 80 chains north,
thence 80 chaina eaat.
HRENTON JORDON MOORE
Duted April 20, 1911. Francis S. Prwton, Agent
Pub. May 13.
Skeena Land District���District of Caasiar
Take   notico   that   1,   Charles   M.   Knouse   o
Prince Rupert, 11. C, occupation farmer, intend
to apply for permission to purchase the following
described lunds:
Commencing nt a post plunted uboul v t, three
miles south und R >two miles west uf the forks ot
White river and Flat river, thence aouth hU chains,
thenco west so chains, thencc north 8U chains,
thence eaat 80 chums.
Dated April 20, lull.      CHARLES M. KNOI BB
Pub. May 13. Fruncls S. Proston, Agent
Skeena Land District���DUtrict of Caasiar
Take notico that  1, Swan  Hallcn of Stewart,
B.   C,   occuiiation   can>cntcr,   intend   to   apply
for iiermission to purchase thu foUowing described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted about t&) miles
souih and t.ne, I) mile west of the forks of tho White
! and Flat rivers, thenco 80 chains south, thencc BO
| chains east, thencv 80 chains north, thenco 80
j chains wost.
I Dated April 18, 191
Pub. May 13.
SWAN  HALLEN
Francis S. Preston, Agant
H. Om occupation carpenter, Inlend to apply for
nermls!'
lands:
iiermission   to   purchase   the   following
apply,
de-cn
ribed
Steerage Fare
$5.00
The " Cnmoinin " i�� the only ett'nmi'
on tha run having water-tight bulk-
ht'nria anil ilonblr bottom, tlms to
mirinff snfoty of pUMngatl in cb��c
of collixion or wn-ck.
There is also talk that Owen
Moran will be brought to the
coast. Moran is perhaps the only
boxer in the world who smokes
cigarettes while training for a
right. Thc little Briton likes to
drag at thc harmless-looking little
pills, and he smokes when and
where hc pleases, as a general
rule.
Willie Kecler has "come bark."
Thc little fellow is playing great
ball at Toronto these days. He
is hitting with his usual skill and
has plenty of speed in running
the bases. In his first, four games
he made ten hits. Keelcr appeared
to be all in when the Highlanders
let him out a year ago, and even
as a Giant he lacked suflicicnt
form to warrant his appearing as
a regular. But with his old chum,
Joe Kcllcy, he has become rejuvenated and is hitting up a fast
pace. Kcllcy has instilled lhe
veterans, Tim Jordan and Bill
Bradley, with renewed vigor.
Read The Daily News
J   H  Rogers, Ticket Agent   ..Grand    Hotel.
1836 1911
The Bank of
British North America
7S Yrirf In llilnru.
Capitil ��� .J  Rtierve Over $7,300,000
Banking by Mail
is a great convenience to those
who live some distance from
town.
Deposits may be sent in, cash
drawn,  or other business trans- ���
acted    by    Mail,    without   any
trouble or delay.
Write or ask our Local Manager to explain our system to
you.
Prince Ruperl Branch���
F. S. LONG, Manager.
WORKWOMAN'S HOME
Spring Bads, clean White Shorts   25c
Rooms 50c
BEST  IN   TOWN   FOR   THE   MONEY
J. COODMAN, Proprietor
VICTORIA   CAFE
Liquor Act, 1910
(Section 35)
Notice is hereby  given  that  on  the
84th day of May next, application will
be mads tn the Superintendent of Provincial Police for the grant of a license
for the sale of HqUOUf by retail in anil
upon the premises known as Kitsumkalum Hotel, situate at Kitsumkalum, B,
C, Skeena district, upon the lands described ns lot 3(15.
Dated this 2Kb day of April, 1911.
Apr. 25-lmo.      1IAKUY HKRRYMAN
Lunch nnd Mmi* nt nil hourn; Lunch  Km.*,
Mrnln 25c  up���Come nn<l tie**
\OV CAN  (Mt  A  HqUAHK  MEAL  ANY  TIME
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND AVE. |
FOR   SALE
Two BOS Hull Allryu, it t***t\ lOM ; Wall
cbm�� nnd niunlrr, **hnin>, rnnl InhlfR, ��'t<'.
|M Ukcs tho outfit for <|iiirk nnli\ Apply
H. E Ross, Rmpma Hotel inh.i it.K.m
Third Avrnup * Prince Rupert
Commencing nt u post plunteil ahout tluct'.'nn'l
one-half mile.-* dlittnnl in a nouth westerly din-ction
from a blind Mough from Obwrvatory Inlet where
the name touchctt the Indian Kcserve thence Mil
M) chans. thence 'otth hd chains, thenw westSO
chainn, thonce nouth 80 chains to point of commencement, containing <*'**< acrea more or lew.
Dated April 11, l'Jll. JOK JACK
Pub. May 18.
Skeena Land District ���District of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that l'rank U-vick of Woodstock,
Ont., occupation hookkcc|>cr, intends to apply
for permission to purchane thc followinK descrilied
"anna:
Commencing at a post planted about aeven
milt* wc.tt and two miles ��� ,*\, of the niciith nf
Stanley Creek where it empties Into Naden
Harbor, Craham Inland, thencc SO chains south,
thenci' ���"i" chains cast, thence mi chains north,
thencc BO chains west lo |��iint of commencement
antl i "i.i mn,f i i" A*-.* more or liwi.
Dated March 17, 1911. FRANK LKVICK
Tub. April 7. Numa Demers. Agen
Skeena Ijimi District���District of Coast
Take notice lhat   lre.1   W.   Holder of  Kitaum-
kalum,  occupatiun  farmer.  Intends  tti apply   (or
iiermission   to   purchase   the   following   described
lands:
Commencing at a port planted at thn northeast corner of A. MrLcud's pri'-emptinn, thence
10 chains nnuth, thence IU chains east, thenci* BQ
chains north, thencc lb chnins west tn post of
commencement containing -0 acres more or less.
Dttad April 10, Ull. PIUKIHUCII W. BOHLER
Pub. April 82) Plod Hampton, Agenl
Skeena Lnnd District-District of Coast.
Take notice tlmt l.John Miller, ofVaneouver,
H.C, occupation butcher. Intends to npply for
iiermission to purchnse the followinK deacrilied
lands I
Ciniinieiieinir :n a post planted almut 1 chain
from tidewater at the head nf LuOCOfflbi Hay. nnd
marketl J.M.'s N.K. corner, tbence west so chains,
thence south SO chains, thence east BB chains.
thence nnrth SO chains, tn pnint of commence*
ment, containing 840 acres more or less.
JOHN MILLKH.
Dated 1st Feb.. 1911 Charles lt. Stark. Agent
Tub. Feb. 26
Skeena Land District- District of Coast
Take imtice that   I. William Anderson, of   Vancouver,  H.C, occupation  clerk, intends t-i apply
for permissinn to purchnse the following described lands:
Commencing nt n post plnnted nnd market! W.
A. northwest cnrner, nnd almut 1 mile from Alexander Hut-Han northern Imundnry line; tbence
south 80 chnins, thence OHt BQ chains tbence
north HO chains, thence west 80 chains, to point of
commencement, containing 840 ncres nmre or less.
WILLIAM ANDERSON.
Doted 1st Feb. 1911 Charles H. Stark. Agent
Hub. Keb. 85,
Skeeni Land District -District of Caniar
Take notice that 1, John L. Mitchell of I'rinee
Ru|M<rt, It. C, occupatiun bookkeeper, inlend to
apply for permission  lo purchase  thc  following
doscribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted about (5) five
miles south and (1) one mile wesl of the forka of
the While and Flat rivers, thence north SO chaina
thence east hO chains, thence aoulh SO chains,
thenco west mi chaini.
Dnted April IH, 1911.        JOHN L. M1TCHKLL
Pub. May 13. Francis S. Praton, Agent
Skeena Land District -District of Caasiar
Take notice  that  William  Frederick  Cameron
of  I'rinco  Kupert,   H.  C, occupation  carpenter,
ni' nil. to apply  for permiasion to purchue tho
fullowing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about three
miles south of tho forka of tho White and F'lat
rivers, thencc south 80 chains, Ihence woat HO
chains, thence north HO chains, thenco eut 80
chains.
WILLIAM FRKDKRICK CAMERON
Datad April ih. 1911.
Hub. May 13. Francis S. Preston, Agent
Skeeni Land District-District of Caasiar
Take notico that I, Alfred Kyto of Prince Rupert,   H.   C,   occupation   electrician,   intend   to
apply  for  permission  to  purchase  the  following
ilet'.cribed lands:
Commencing at a pnst plantetl ibout (3) three
miles south of tho forks of the White and Mil
rivers, thence HO chalna south, thence SO chains
east, thence HO chaina norlh, thenoe 80 chains
west.
Dated April 18, 1911.
Pub. May 13.
alfrkd nn
Francis S. Preaton, Agent
Skeena f*ml District -Districl of Cassiar
Take notice that  I, John Mclhmaltl of  Phnce
Rupert, H.C. occupation hotaOtaOpaf. intenda   Ul
apply for permission  to purchase the  followina
descrilied lnnds:
Commencing at n pnst plantetl three antl one-
half milw in an easterly direction from the twinl
on Naas River where the Lava Lake trail lieirfns
ami dim null- In �� imrthfrly direction from the
saitl Lava Lake trnil, thence south eighty chains,
thence west h" chains, thence north HO chains,
thanei aaat 80 chains to point of commencement,
containing IV10 ncres.
Data ivb. :t. 1911. John McDonald
Pub. March M. Joseph Helwny. Afrent
Skeenn Lnnd District-District of Cassiar
Tnke nntiee thnt I Andrew Cummings  of  Vancouver. H.C. nccupntion conk,  Intemls  to apply
for permission tti purchasf* the followina described lands:
Cntiunencing nt n post plantetl three nnd one
half miles in an easterly direetiun frnm the point
mi Naas River where the Lnvn Lake trail l>cgir.s
near thc trail, tbence west HO chains, thnnee south
BO chnins. thence ensl 80 chain*, thence north HO
chnins to point of commcntietne,-.t, containing MO
aces.
Dnte Feb. 8, H'll. ANDREW CCMM1NC.S
Pub. Mnr. HI. Joseph Helwny, Agent
Skeenn Land District-District of Cassiar
Tnke notice thnt I Holcom McDonald of  princo
Rupart, B.C.. oeeupatlon laborar. intends to ap
ply for permission lo purchase the following de
scribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted three nnd one-
half miles in an easterly direction from the point
on Nnna River where the Lnvn Lake trail liegins
ami one mile in n northerly direction from the
sniil  Lava  Lnke  trnil,  thence north   80  chains,
.,���,,,,,.  _   ihence west ho chains, tbence south Wl chains,
Skeenn Land District -District of ( oast Hange 5 , thenre east chnins to point of commencement.
Take notico that 1, Lionel Kingslev of  Vancou-    containing 1*40acres
ver.   B.   C,  occupntion   miner,   Inlend   to  apply    Date Feb. :i. lull. HOLCOM McDONALD
for iiermission to purchase thc following described    Pub. Mnr. Hi. Joseph Uelway, Aaent
landii
Commencing at ft post plantetl near the snuth* I
west cirner oi< Lot wi, Rann 5, Coast   District ! Skevna l.amlOiKtriot -DiHtrictof Coast
tlience west 40 chains, thence south GO chains,
thenco cast 40 chains, thence north 00 chains to
point of commencement.
Dated March 'li, 1911. LlONKL K1NC.SLKY
Pub. April 22.
...Whites Portland Cement...
G. C. EMMERSON
AGENT
Phone 125      Naden Block       Second Ave
Ski'ona Land DMriet-- District nl Queon Charlm te
Take  notiee  that   lltiherl   0,   Crew   n(   i'rince
Kongo ft
Titki' notice that 1,   Krcd Rnrton,   of
Prinu   Rupart, B.C.,  occupation farmer, Intandi to Spptj for permission to
purchaia the following dtierltwd lands:
CommencinR at a nost plantetl at the
Uupert, 11. C, occupation unit, intenda to apply   nnrth east   corner of surveyed lot 1937,
lamii*""1'"11"' l�� ,,urchMC thc ,ull0*ln�� *""W   Rang, 5  Coast tlistriet, thence north 60
CommencinK nl   a pn,t   plnnted  about r.  1-2   chains   to   a   Hlntlgh;   thenee   West   28
mios woat nnd hall a mile nuth ol tho mouth ol   chains;   thence south (10 chains;  thence
Slnnley   Creek   where   It   emptlea     into   Naden (  ,....    ,,u   nhatfll    t���   fl,.,  noLiI    nf   , ,a,,,
llarhor,  (iraham  laland,  thence  eaat  40 chalna,   tMl   '*   < hains   to   tile point   Ot   com-
thence   north  10 chn'na,  thenco  weat  40 ehaina,   mencement.
thence aoulh 40 ehainn lo poinl ol commoncement j KKED.  GAKTON
and containing 160 acrea more or lea... Il.,t,,fl Vnltriinrv *__*_   1011
Dated March 17,11)11. HUBERT O. CllEW |     On ted V eiiruary IKD. l'Jll
Pub. AprU 7. Numa Demera, Auent       1'irsl insert ion Mal.  11
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Do a Little Thinking for Yourself Buy in New Town, nnd Make money
Buy i��� New Town, and M.k. Money Do a Little Think,,, for
Yourself Buv in New Towns and Make Mo,,,., jjjg
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I W UIII fi ��� **5-** RIVERS is a dlvtolonel point
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Wainwright is one of {the Divisional
Pointa on the Grand Trunk Poclflo
Railway, and had its lirst boom last
year when the steel of the mam line
of the Transcontinental reached there.
It is grown and is still .growing not
only because it is a town in which the
railway is directly Interested, but ulso
for the reason that, like Kllison on the
Skeenu, it is a point where navigation
meets steel rails. There are still chances
of KettiiiK in on Wainwright er on one
of its additions, at a very low figures, and
easy terms of payment.
MAKE APPLICATION for
LOTS IN ANY
OF THE ABOVE
TOWNS TO EITHER
WATROUS, which is the Terminus of
the branch line of the Grand Trunk
l'acilic and the next place ol Importance to Saskatoon, in the centre of a
rich prairie country ami is also Kruw-
inK in fame aa a health resort, Little
Manltou Lake is at Watrous. and the
healing power of this water la lhe wonder
of modern medical science. As it is
tho only great medicinal mineral lake
in thc Dominion, the railway is bound
to make it famous. There is still a
chance of planting a few dollars in this
townsite, and their rapid growth and
crop is bound to bc interesting
MELVILLE resembles Chicago in "sit-
ting at the gates of trade." The junction point of railways so im|>ortant as
the Grand Trunk l'acilic and Hudson
Hay railways must, in thc natural
course of events, become an important
city. Now is the time to buy. The
prices for choice lots are extremely
low and the possibilities for profit practically unlimited. The purpose of the
Grand Trunk Pacific in offering these
lots so low is to encourage the upbuilding
of Melville, und thus cieate a market
for its superb transportation facilities
RIVERS is a dlvlllonel point between
Melville' and Winnipeg, and it also has
hopes ol having branch conned ions,
one to iota the Croat Northern at
Brandon, and the other to Regina. The
Grand Trunk l'acilic purchased a large
townsite here with the prophetic belief that from its geographical position
���,s the centre of a great wheat growing
district, a large city would naturully
erow up at this point. And to en-
������,r;lv.,. this growth the railway company is offering Us ��t low pr.w lind
very liberal terms of payment. Better
call and see us about Rivers.
Biggar
BIGGAK is one oft ^ ^f^'it
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un,��� is named after e^ H. Bggw,
��� V rt, ','re-it uanscont nental rail-
lmv"b���tftatoSi ��� junction of d��e
way, but it ���*>���'* i- ��� |\vav to Battle-
branch lines of il'." rauw��y nftnniMI[.
t    , ....,i ,., ( -i carv and 1 no Winnipeg
made several remittances on account
of lots purchased In Biggar.
^COMMISSIONER. GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC RA.I.WAV COMPANY.  WINNIPEG.  MANITOBA. OR
JEREMIAH H. KUGLER, Prince Rupert, B.C.
Ellison
KLLISON needs little to be said of ll to
Prince   Rupert   people   for   the  reu i
that  since  navigation  on  the  Skeei
opened a number of people have goi
there by boat from  Prince Ruperl  to
first look Into the whole situation !>'���-
fore investing.    What tboy say of this
river port and probabilities of its  be
coming a great railway city is the ..i
kind  of  advertising   tor  local  reader-..
Those who desire to invest can do <o
through the Land Commissioner of the
Railway direct, through  A. W.  Uriah
man, the company's  agent for  Ellison
in  Victoria, or through  J.  H.   Kugl
of this city.
Make all checks and remittances payable to G. U. Ry-
ley, Land Commissioner of
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway
ELLISON
ROGERS'ADDITION -  SEALEY
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Every Railway Town is a Money Maker.Think of the unearned increment attaching
to present dots on the route of the Great Transcontinental Railway that you know
are bound to become, in the next few years and under ordinary rules of Commercial
Development, papulous, bustling cities.    The railway does it.    TRANSPORTATION
FACILITIES    RAPIDLY   INCREASE   POPULATION.     POPULATION    RAPIDLY
INCREASES  VALUES  OF   REALTY.     Before  the  railway   trunk    highways   and
navigable waterways decided the sites and were the builders of the great centres
of commerce and industry.    The latter is still a mighty factor, and wherever navigable waters meet the steel highway THERE IS BOUND TO BE AN IMPORTANT
CITY.   This established fact is what makes ELLISON AND SEALEY TOWNSITES
so important from the investment standpoint.    It must be remembered that Ellison
is the railway townsite in British Columbia in which the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway
Company is directly interested and is a joint owner. Sealey is situated on the Skeena
River and is a townsite within a townsite.    On its three sides the lots of Ellison
"Ask
Uncle
Jerry"
are divided from those of Sealey simply by the width of the streets; its fourth side
is the waterfront. Sealey has already the nucleus of a business centre. The shops
and supply warehouses of the great railway contractors, Messrs. Foley, Welchov
Stewart are situated at this point, and it is the river port of the company's steamers,
A lusty payroll is a mighty factor in the building of a city. In a direct line from
Sealey through the heart of Ellison, and only seven blocks from the site of the railway station and the great freight yards, is ROGERS' ADDITION TO ELLISON. Its
slight and gently sloping elevation makes it ideal for the residential section ofthe
City and Port of Ellison. Investors have, therefore, a choice. Lots in Ellison are
$250 for inside, and $350 for corners. Sealey lots run from $200 to $375 according to
location. Rogers' Addition lots are $150 for inside, and $250 for corners, with liberal
terms of payment. A lot in any Grand Trunk City cannot fail to be a safe speculation
or a profitable permanent investment.
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For Lots in Rogers' Addition to Ellison or Lots in Sealey, address: JEREMIAH H. KUGLER, "Uncle Jerry," Prince Rupert, B.C.
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Water Notice
Notice is hereby given that an application will be made under I'art V. of
the "Water Act. 1909," to obtain a
license in the Queen Charlotte Division
of Skeena District.
(a) The name, address and occupation
of the applicant is George Young,
Victoria. K.C.
(lf for mining purposes)   Free   Miner's Certificate No	
(b) Tbe name of the lake, stream or
source (if unnamed, the description
It) Ain Lake and Ain Kiver.
(c) The point of diversion at or near
Ain Lake.
bli   The quantity of water applied for
(in cubic feet per second) 1(100.
(c)    The   character   of   tbe   proposed
works, dam. Hume,   pipe-line,  power
engines, plant, etc.
(f) The premllea on which the water
is to be used (describe same) at or
near mouth Ain Hiver.Masset Inlet.
l^'i I'lii' purposes for which tin water
is to be used is for power development anil mill operations.
II,I    If   for   Irrigation,    describe    the
land to be Irrigated, giving acreage.
(il    If the water is to lie used ferpow-
ir nr mining purposes, describe the
place where the water   is   to  be  returned tn Minn- natural channel,   and
i i.a difference in altitude between the
point of diversion and point ,,f return
At or near mouth of Air ' iver,about
160 feet below lake level.
(j) Area of Crown is I Intended to be
occupied by the     iposed works	
(k)   This noti ���*.  was  posted   on   the
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
LAND 1'UUCIIASE NOTICE
Stikine Uml Dintrict- District of Cnaslar Skivna Und DUtrict    lii.lrlcl nt Coi.1 lt****** "
Tuke notice tint ChrUtian A. Tervo ol Slikine, lake notice lhat  ll.nry  Macartney ol  I'rince
11  V.. occuiintion ciutolns otl'ciT. intenda to ippl> Ku|ierl, 11. C. occupalion miner, inlend. to appl)
lor lienniiamn to purchaMi tlie following dncrihed |,,r |M rmi.t-i.ui lo purchaa lhe (allowing doscnlxil
land: lamia:                                                             .            .
CommencinR  at  a  posl   planteil  about  three- Commencing at  a po.1  planted on the anutn
ijuarlers ol a mile north east Irom Glacier Rillle Hl.\,. of Kxchumaika Itiver. about 1.1-1! mllea Irom
and on lhe cant hunk uf Stikine Kiver and on tin
aouth aide uf the mouth of a little creek, thenr,'
aaat 41) chains, thence nnrth 411 chains, thenee
weat Hi chains, thenci1 south IU chaina to jiuiix
of commencement and containing 1'alJ acres norl
or less.
Dated Feh. II), 11)11. CHRISTIAN A. TBRVO
I'ub. April 7.
Skw-iia Und Dialrici -Disirict of Queen Charlotte j
lalanda
Take nonce that J. tl. Murphy.nf Vancouver,
11. C, uccupation coiiiiihtciuI traveller, intends
lo apply [or |a>rmisaion to purchase lhe following
describeal lands:
Commencing ut a  post  plunt,.al   nbout   seven I
 Confluence with the Ska-ena Itiver and about
1-2 milns weat (rom Ksclium-iks rapid,, thine- 10
chalna north, thence 40 chalna eaat, thence sn
chains aouth. thenco 40 chaina wnt to |minl 0
commencement, cnntaining i'Jii acrea more or
lew. I'oat markisl "11.M. S W. cor.''
Dated April 22, 11)11. HKNIIV MACARTNKY
! Pub. April 2D.
TRAINING FOR
LONG DISTANCE
Notes for Young Athletes by a
Noted Coach
UAND   PURCHASE NOTICE
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skwna I .ami Dintrict -District a( CanUr
Tako   notice  that  1,  Mary  Carln of Stewart,
I). Ci occupation married woman, intrml to apply
lor iMTtnimtun to purcham- thu following divcnhfd
land:
CommencinK at a pout planted two \2) mika
Skeena Laml Pat rict ���Distrirt of Que n Charlotte
Take   not ice   t hat   (leorcc   Fritzell   of   I'rince
U'*\** rl. It (*., occupation butcher, intend* to lpplj(
*"     *"    * Mowing described
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE|
Skeena (.and DUtrlrt"District of Cawlar
Take   notin*   thai   I,  Thomaa   Macgovrrn
milia wwt ami uno mile couth from tho mouth , wuth and (2) two milw weal of thc forki of tho
of Stanly Creek, .Sudan llarlmr, thenco north HO | White and Flat rivern, thonce M) chaini north,
chaina, Ihonco WMt   10 chuina,  thonco  wuth  80 , thenco  80 chainn west,  tin-nee hO chains Miuth)
chains, ihcnco ea.it 10 c
Dated March 17, l'Jll.
I'ub. April mm.
J. II. MI'IUMIY
Numa Demera, Ajjenl
thenco HO chains east.
Datad April B0, lull.
I'ub. May 13.
MARY (AKIN
Francis S. 1'rmton, Aitent
d<Mribtd
Comtiiencinit at
Skii-na Land Diatrict    District ofCamtiar
Take notice that I, Alice M. knouse  of I'rince
Uupert,  li. ('., occuputiun married woman, intend
upply for hermixMion to purchuse tho followmtc
lumis:
_ ... . poat plantad abonttwomlka
aoulh und twn rnitea VNBt of Ihe forka of Wl.itr
and Flat rivers, thence north Ml chains, thence
east   UU   chunih,   Ihence   aouth   Ml   chains,   thence
weat mj ohaina,
DiUd April80,1911. ALICE M. KNOUQB
I'ub. Muy 13. KrancLi S. I'realon, Agenl
Ski't,:i l.iind  Di-irir!     lii-trict  ..( t'u.i.t   lt;inn��' .',
Taka notoa lhat I, John [ran Pataiaol Pnnoi
Rupart, it. (.. oesupaton clerk. Intend to apply
for Mrffllnion to purchaa** the followll^ d<*cr|lHH|
unds:
Commencing ut u poal   planted  about  throe un
oni'-lmlf nulea ���ii.-t.*i*t   n u nouth wcntorly il reet
Michael C. Murphy, coach <>t
tin- University of Pennsylvania
teams and H'OS American champion Olympic team, in a recent
interview aaid:
"I have been getting a great
many letters from young men .��1I
OVcr   lllC   COUntrV   rCOUeStinfl   HIV i,hrnw ,,|lrt M chains to point of commrnn<me
1 V        '  i ��>nlmttiinit <*I0 acrva more or lew*.
advice how tO train for particular'
events.   Much of the information
| sought is for the Marathon run.
i-ketnu l.*ml Disirict -District of Coast Itange
lake notice that I, Clara May Utile of Trine
Hupert.   II.   C,   occupation  aoinstcr,  Intend   to ( nim
apply  i'T   p'Tim-sii'ti   lo  purchase thc followinc , (nr'i>ermiMion lo purchase the
d��scrit>ed ^^^^H
Commencinii al a p��*l planted at the norlh | Commencing at a post plunted about seven
woat corner oM^il 1735, Itange 5, Coast Dinrict n,;i,., W(^t am| two mi'es south of tho mouth of |
thence east 40 chains, thenco north !f.i chains Stanley t'n��ek where it emptier into Nuden ,
thenn- weat 31 chain* thenco north -0 chalna H^Uir, Craham Mand, theneo t*0 chains south, i
thrnn wt��i 10 chains, thence south 45 chains to tni!nci, m) chains we>t, tbence SO chaina north,!
point   of   commencement,   containing   112   acn n   ,(,,.,���.,. mj chans east to point of commencement j
more or 1**%*. _ , _ . and containinK fi4U acres more otU***\. 	
Dated April 4, 1911.        CLAItA MAY LITTLE   i,att.d March 17, lull (iEultOB FKl/.ZELL
Pub. April 16. I Tub. April 7. Numa Demera, Agent
Skeena Umd Disirict    District of Cassiar
Tnke  notice  that   I,   Isaac  D'Hrien   Forbes of
Siemart, It. C, occupation mlner.intend lo apply   Prince Kuiiort, II. t:., occupalion curpenter, intend
lor permiwion to purchow the following deorrilml   to apply for permission to purchase the following
d��; descritM-d lands;
Commencing ut a post planted about flv mileae
aoulh and one mile weal ot tbe forks of theWhite
aud Flat rhcr*. thenco nortli -" chains, thonco
wost HO chains, thence south M0 chains, thenco
east Ml chains.
Datod April 18, 1911. ISAAC O'lIltlEN FOKHKS
I'ub. May 13. Frnncis S. I'reitun, Agent
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Citmrnoncing  al a post  planteil nn  the  right
i bank of the Naas river about four miles above the
I forks of Ihe Naaa river, thonce south HO chains,
ihence wesl  HO chains, thence north Ml chains,
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acnes more or lesa. ___________________________
THOMAS ftlACQOVBRN
Datnl March 25, 1911. Sidney Frank Wright, Agt
I'ub. May 17.
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Take notice that Catherine Harrison, rf Calgary |n    ,|||     \ ��� nm^'-lii ���*    \\ tlo    \\|s||     In
ir,   Intemls   lo   ap|>l), "      .                             .
he following described tram   Inr   lh|s |nn^.  It.ml  riltl   I   sly
begin to train now liy living the
���imple life. Eal good sensible
Food, neither too mucli, nor inn
little,
"The training for this rat i. .1-
well as the race itself, will In- a|
Di"trici rd Cassiar
Skeena I .and Disirict    District of Coaat
Take notice that tilenn McArthur of Vuncouver,
ll.   (*.,  occupution  roal   estate  agent  intends to
Skn-na I .and Distrirt     .    ______________^_________________________________________m ************************  --
Take nntk-0 thst  I, Party Francis (iodonrath   apply for iiermission  to purchase the foUowing
of Stewart, H. ���'. occupation Journalist   Intend to   doxcril>od lands
for oermlsuion to purehu
Urn Is:
cing   at   a  ,        *--___________^_______________________*________
miles west and half a mile south from tho mouth
ol Stanley Crvek, when1 it eniplje* Into Naden
Harbor, tiraham IaUnd, Ihenee 40 chains ��uulh
Ihama 40 chains ca*t, thence 40 chains north,
thenos 10 chains MM lo (mint of commencement
nnd nintaining 100 acres more or leas.
Datnl March 17, 1911
CATHERINE IIAKUISON
Tub Apr. 7. Numa l>em��rs, Afnt
spplv   fnr   ['��� noi. im.   to   purchase  the   following
di-sertlM^l lamls:
Commencing nt a post planted on the right
bank of the Naas river about MM null- abova
tba f"rk�� of tba Naa* river, thenn- Miinh st) chains,
tlnr.n- west Ml chains, Uhhiv north Ml chains,
ihenre east mi chains to (mint of nimmenn>ment,
containing ti to acres more or \tm,
PBRCY PRANCIfl QODKNRATH
Datnl Mare 25, 1911. Frank Sidney Wright. Agt
Tub. May 17.
from" a blind alough "from Obaarvatory f niei when! | diwciilwd^ landIs:
Skeena Und District    District of Coasl
Take  nolice  ihai   I,   William John  Corley  ,4
I'nnn' !tu|n>rt, H. C , occupation rancher, lataod
iipnly for iMTtius-i'iti to purehas*' the following
tin-   iana   toiichfs   tha   Indian    RaNTVa,   tbence
waal  v|�� cliuins, thanoa north mi ehalni, thanca
oaat  ***i) chains, thenct* aoulh HO chain* In polnl  0
tninim i.e. mi'iii, contuining M0 aerol mora or lew
-    .     .,   .,-., .        ,.       i Datm April 14,1911,       JOHN IVAN PETERS
26th day of   April, 1911. and applied-: pub, May 18.
tion will be made to the Commissioner
on tin1 Kith day of May, 1911, BtiUnaUnd District-Dstrict of Caaatu
Tuko  notice that  S..driey   Hodgktnaon  of  Tele-
! graph Creek, li. C., occupution clerk, intends lo
upply   for   parmlldOD   to   purchuse   the   following
daasrlbod Und:
Commencing at a poat planted ibotll  n tpiarter
| mile north euat (rom (ilucier Ititlle and tin the oust
t oiTiim-ncing al a |��oat plantetl al the southwest
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Ski-ena ljind Disirict���Districl of Cassiar
���  ���     .,   I     Takf  DOtlea that   1. James  Millar Johnston of
Revere drain <��n a mana energy,laumfsjb,cHpaeopatiDaatofaitaaiiOT,fnt����i.to
and
thc
the   lirst   step  i>   IO  llUild   UplSJ&^^C**" !" I'^mo'ih,'. following
proper  vitality.    Let
r l    - ������toon in nil* at a |msl   planlisl aboul one mile
>,,lir   mirth from the   Naas nver snd almut  nm.- mQp>
(1) Give the namei nml addreises of
nny riparian proprletori or llcenseea
who or whose lantls are likely to be
affected by the proposed works,either
above or helow the outlet.    iNone.
GEORGE YOUNG,
II. EMenshaw, Agent
P.O. Hox 286, I'rince Uupert, H.C.
NOTE���One cubic foot per  second  is
equivalent to 85.71 miner's inches.
Puh. April 29, 1911. lw
rorn.r of Loi :toi,^, Itangi''.'., Coast Disirict. Ihence ��� I,,,,!s , f J/,,,.* |���. rrcfi||tir ,i|1ll i tl
���outh 10 chains, th.nce east 40 chains, thenee l��,u,�� "' S,M V '" regUIOI HI1U "|
norlh 80 chains. Ihence west  40 chains to print| sullicient   leilj��lll.     T.lkf s\ -ti'llialic
of commencement,  containing HU acres,  more or
���	
Datad Aprils, 1911.
I'ub. April tt.
WILLIAM JUHN COHI.KY
bank ol Btlldne
thenn.'  north   10
bkeena Land District���District of gueen Charlotte
Islands
Take notice that OeOfn \V. Arnott of Prince
Report,   II.   <*.,   occupation   real   estate   broker,
exerdse every day. You must
use yuur own judgment in determining the distance yon should
mn each day.   If a nun Bleeps
well, eatfl well, and does not Wise
9   Itiver,   thence   eant   20  chains |  "'���"���" to apply for is-rmission lo purchase  the ���   .  . itretlffth   l��V   ihis e\ercU
) ehaina, thanea waat 80 ehalM   Niowmg daaeriSad landn , wi i^ni nr sinn^ui n>   mm imui
thonce south It) chains to point of commencement.     Commencing  at   a  pmt   plante-l   about   seven , . .                   .  ..     . i ���    mune
an.l containing BO Bene more or less.                            I mll�� nml  one-half mile west and tine milo  smith    nt 111.1)   ll Si .ISSllRfl   tll.ll Ills I DUTSt
Dated lob. II, UML                                                         | from Ihe mouth of Stanly    Creek. Naden Harbor, |     f ,:,.;,,��� ntmUM   ��ill. I.ii..      -uid
SVDNKY fl()D(JKINSUN I Ihnncn west HO cnains, thence south HO ehalm, [ n> snunillg Ugrv��  Willi mill,   IU1U
Pub. April 7.
CA. Tervo, Agont
thenee east HO chaint, thenco north HO chains,
Dated March 17, lull
Pub. April 22.
'(Tku whAKNorr| if it does he will increase in wdghl
Numa Demers, Agent
LAND  LEASE  NOTICE
Skeena Ijinil   Distrirt     District   Ol  Coast
Take   noUc.'   ihat   William   Munford   I      Princ*
Rupert,  B<   ''.,  oeeupatlon  proapaetor,  Intondi
to apply loi ponnlHion to Iobm the tolowlni
deMnbM lands;
" rjfnnanelM at a post plante��I abOUl DM! chninn
south ot tin. Indian Hooorvo on tin- aaai aide of
(iiHiM> it��y un.i on the oaot ilde oi the penlniula
thence  OOUlh  HU chains  along shore,  thence  went
4U ehains lo (ioone Hay, UMRIM norlii aloM UlOn
iq ehaino, thenoi tittti -in eholni more or W*
ltin  ::'.'i ,,r\,, ^^^^
DatodMofA h. 191V.     WILLIAM UUNPORD
I'ub, April \r,.
Coast Land District District of Skeena
Take notici' that I, Paul Hrenillor, of
Porcher Island, occupation farmer, intend to apply for permission to lease
the following foreshore:   Commencing
at a post, planted ahout VI feet from the
location pOBt of lot 180] on l'orcher Island, thence in u southerly direction
following  high water mark 12(10   feet;
tli'-i.re wt'st to low water mark; tlience ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
northerly following low water mark I skeenn Land District District m Con��t Range ft
1800 feet; thence east to point Of com* I. Tana not ea that Murdock MefUe of Yenemi
Const Hange .* Land District
Take   notice   thai   I,   John   Hepburn   of   Kitsumkalum,   occupation   farmer,   Inteml   to  apply
[Of permission to purchase the followng describe!
lands:
Commencing nt a post piano d at tbe northear'
corner of Lot  B088. thence east 20 chains, thencn
south   40 chains,  thonce waal  '���!<' chans, thence
north 10 chains to place ol commencement
Dated March IH, 11(11. JOHN IIKPDUKN
Pub April 16.
nu-in'i'ment.    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
VAVU BRENDLER,
Dated March 7. L9U.
First Insertion March li
koena Land  District
l Hup
apply
I dtmcrit
Skivna Laml DtlUtOt���Disirict ol Coast
Tak''   nolice   tlmt   Home   lliihlngton  til   I'rince
ttupoTt, H. Ci occupation ni����.t����r marli
to   apply   tor   permission   l
described lantls:
ornim        -_*____________________*
south  ol  the  Indian  llewrvi
... COtot  Dis-
J"JK5von   *���"������*. 'he
trici,   1 hence   in   an  easterly    .���
. !���;����������- i southerly Uml    ol surveyed lot 8001  Bnt| the nm,
Itillnwlng    lection thereol  40 chains ttt a point, thenre
parnUet to the ' - " ��� '���
nuth
���M^ttfi** jgigtpi \ KWWCSm ftpw^^w
and itrcngth, or al least hc will
hold on to his weight After a
short while you  should  be in  a
condition to run and walk a mite
in about six minutes.
"If   you   have   been   smoking
cigarettes cut diem out for good.
Above -ill don't drink anything
alcoholic under any circumstances!
��ad, particularly if a
CornmenclnK at a t>eH planted en the sou.h I man   pCI pins   Q   lot. All   OrflngO
hunk  of  lixrhuinsiko river abeiit   live  miles  Irom 11      ,,.,,-tl         .    - .1 '
IU   conlluenee   wilh   the   Skeenn   river,   thence   10 I M*    WOrtll HIDIT    (O    ,'t thlTSt >     lliail
chains  west,   thence  '10  chnins   north,  thenee   10 i              il..,. .t                    i t   \                 t
  "'any tinn  than a glass OI beer.    In
exi n i-in;; on the road or track
an orange earried in the hand
Wth an Opening at one end from
Which   a   small   amount   of   juiee
II.   (',,   occupulion  reul aetata broker. Intends tn . . -   .    . * ,
applv lor permWon t- pordiaaa the toiiowim,! I )rinkintr 1
descrilH'tl land" ^^^���r
Skeenn Land Dlsirirt     District of f'iiast llance o
Tnke notica thai I, .1. Harold MeKoan nf Prinee
nUpert.  it. C , occupnt on blncksm th, Intend lo
npply   lor   perm sslon   to   purchase   the   ffillowlnB
above the forks of the \_ti\*. nver, thenn- north N
chsins, thence anal NO chains, thence south Ktl
chains, ihcntv east Ml ehains to point of commencement, containing 'ill' aen*s more or less.
JAMKS MILLAR JOHNSTON
Dated Msrch 14, 1011.  I r.mk Sidney WifKhi, \iri
Pub. May 17.
Skeena ljind District    Disirict of Tout
Take   notiw  that   1,   William   Melville  Corley
of   Toronto,   Ontario,   occupation   clerk,   intend
to apl.lv  for permission to purehu ���' the bdluwing
descnUil lands:
CommencinK at a [Hist planted at the northwest
Cirner of fxit R)M Rain U, Coast District, thence
last Wi chains, tbence north 10 chains, thence west
_i\ chains to Hell's Oate slouch, Ihence along
������lough southerly to point of commencement, containing li'H acres mnre or less.
Dated April 0, 1011.
WILLIAM    MKLV1LLK CORLBY
Pub. April 20.
Skeena Und District -District ot Cosst Range T.
Take nolice thnt I, Chnrles A. Vaughan of
Prince Rupert, H. C, occupatinn merchant, intend
In apply fnr permission to purchase the following
dwcrilied lantls:
Commencing at a t>o*t |lnnted on the soulh
bank nf Kxchumsiks River and ahoul four miles
from Ils confluence wilh the Skoena Hiver, tbence
SO chains easl, thence 80 chains north, thence su
chains wmt, tnence KO chains soulh to point of
commencement, conlninlng ran acres more or less
Dnted April 21, 1011 CIIAKLKM A. VAUOHAN
I'ub. April 29.
Hkeenn Land District - District of C<m��t
Take notice thnt I. Mrs. John Corley  of   Prince
Rupert B.C., occupation married woman, intemls
to apply foe permiaaion to purchase the following
descrilietl lands:
Commencing nt   n  post planted  111 chains  east
Bfid 110 ehaina south from the southwest corner of
lot iT.ti, OoaatDtitrleL RanceS, thence south wi
chains, thence enst pi chains, thence north W
chains, tin tire west 40 chnins more or less to tb"
point of commencement, containinK H20 ncres
more or less.
MRS. JOHN (Utile) CORLKY
Date Mar. 20, pill
Pub. Aw   4. Hill
Comrnencng at a post planted III chains w"st
ami mi chinr., -.uuth uf the southwest corner of
IM No. \*"X*\ marketl (ilenn McArtbur's northwest corner, tbence south 40 chains, thence east
80 chains, thence mirth 40 cbains, tbence wiwt
Ml chains to po*l of commencement, contuining
:t20 .i.Ti ��� more or '< --.
Dated March 20, 1011.       QLENN  McARTHI R
Pub. April 10. T. D. Uinl, Agent
Skeena Luml I Hstriet- District of Const HatiKe fi
Const District
Take notloe thil Wm. Leello of Sapperton. B.C.
occupation liovernment (iunnl, intend-*  to nppl>
for permission to purchuse the followinir tlescrlb-
ad landai
Oonunenetni at I poal plantad m chains west
nml UO ehalni oouth of the eouth wool corner of lot
No IT^t, ranae B const district,marked Wm. Leslie,
N.W. corner, thence south M chains, tbence east
ni chains, them-e north-in chains, thence west Wi
chnins tti post of commencement, OMttalnldf MO
acre* more or less.
WM. LKSLIK
T. D. Lnlrd. Airent
Datad Mareh Mth, Wl
I'ub. April 20th. IUll
Skeena Lnml District -District of Coast Range V
Take notice that Kdith Alice Crowther of
Ikleft, Vorkshin1, Lnglnml, occupation sphmter,
intends to apply for permiasion to purchase the
following tlescrilied lands:
Commencing at a post plnnted at the south enst
corner of surveyed lot ;1<I!II, Range 5, Coast District, ihence north along the easterly limit of the
said lot :I5 chains more or leas lo the southerly
limit ot LotSW.RantaB. coast district, thunce
east along the Southerly limit ofthe lost mentioned
lot 60 chains to a point, thence in a southerly direction :i!> chains parallel to the said
easterly limit if lot :it)!il, thence in B westerly direct ion 00 chains mon- or loss to
the point ot commencement containing 210 ncres
more or lesa.
kdith alick 0R0WTHBR
Dated March 8, 1911.
Pub. March 26.
Skeena Und District-District of Coaat Range V
Take   notice  thai   Jack   Bedford   of   Keighley,
Yorkshire,   Kngland,   occupation  over-looker,   Intonds to apply for parmbalbn to pttrurai thn
following described lamls:
Commencing at a post planted nt a point In lhe
easterly boundary of Umber limit BooSD nnd In
the southerly limit nf lot 8989, Range B Coast
Dlstricl, where the snbl limits intersect, Ihence
along the southerly limit of Im 8989 fctoneajd
and the projection thereol In nn easterly di ction
80 chains more or less to Hie westerly lir.it of
timber limit 88001* Ihence in n southerly dire.tion
along the Inst mentioned limit 11 chains more
or less to tbe northerly limit of Umber limit B877B
thanaa ta a weaterly direction along the last mentioned llmll 80 cbnir.s mor.. or les* t,, ihe easterly
limit of timber limil B888B, th.nce in | nor rlv
direction  11  chnins more or IflBI to  the point   Ol
oommoncementi
Dnted March 8, 1011.
Pub. March 25.
can   be  Btickcdt   will   keep   tha
Skeenu Und District-- District of ("war
Take  nolice that  1, Jamc* A'tbtUf t*pT
Stewart,   U.C., occupulion    auciiDt.ur. r.t��!
apply  for permission to   purchul  tba loBi
describetl lantls:
Commencins at a post planted oa
batik of the Naas river about ianc tn
the forks of the Naas river. thottCI OOOUl ^t-\\
Ihence west 80 chnina, thence i."rth Mtd
thence east 80 chains to poird ���( i>nimfS��
contuining GIO acres more or hei
JAMKS WBBSTERO
Dated Murch 21, 1911. Krank Sldnfl **'i*P
Pub. May 17.
Skwna Land District    Dbtrid p|{""J|
Take nolice that I, Sydney Fl /l
11.  C- occupation  0OOK, intend m ���l,rl>"J
mWon to purchase the followini ,1;-<'"t,���ll
Commencing at  a pout  planted IMJ =���J
houth and one mile '"f"rtT
and Klal rivers, tbence south Ml cjinM.'
Waal Ml chains, thence north N chw* *
cost 80 chains. .    .. .,.Ei
Dated April 18, 1911.    SYDNEYaFg9
Pub. May IB. KranctollW^f
Skeena Und District     Di-trict el I w*J
Take notice that L John Roi 1
Rupert. It. ('.. occupation Co. J
for pertnenn to purchase Um hh��ww^|
lantls: .,  . ,.
Commencing   at   a   poet   phu.H'i ���       j
south and   2) two miles mil dI '
White and   Klal   river.-.  "" ., .'
thence east  80 chains,  then��
tbence west   80 cha llf-. ,,vvT ri|
Dated Apr I 20, IUll     JOHN   MdtlhTrJ|
Pub. Mav 18. Prancil
rn-��t*
Skeena Laml District     \��
Take  not ce    that   l,   Marti I
Rupert, H. C, occupat on roof
lo applv for permission to pur
descrilied lands:
Commencing nl a post pUnl
one-half miles distant In a lOUl
from a blind slough from "
the same touches the Ind H"  I
80 chains, (hence south BO
chnins,  thence north  BO  <
mencement, conla n ng 840 H
Dated Aprl 11. I'M I
I'ub. May 13.
I
Am* 1*3
��� ���ra lrJ"l
rn, M
��� """J*
. ,���.ml **
aa ..It ��' H
MlTII.*1
I aal Ct
',i,wnt��l
Skwnn l.nncl Dislrici -D
Tnko   milieu   thnt   1,  -A
Ituprrt II. 0�� occupntion I**'"*','-,,'""r.*m*i
lor |K.Tnili��loii to paNMN *** """
Innfln: ,   ,,,,,4.
. . .    ,.l-iata,l   nbOU' *l
Commencing nt n post pim . ^i
milo. nouth ol tho Ufa ol * ","J J
rivore,  thonco  nouth   NO eta n ^
chninn, thonco north HO clnun>. ll��
chainn. I^HS V*_
li'ntodAprll IH, MIL
I'ub. Mny Mi
Fran n
Skoonn l.nnil Dislrici    DbUj
Tnko notice thnt I, Allri'l ['���
ol  I'rinco  lluport,   H.  ' ������ ___"'
inloni!  to npply  lor pcri'n
(ollowlnil iloncrihoil Inniln'
Commencing nt n post !''���'
milon nouth of tho (orks ol ll'
rivcm, thonco HO chnins ��""'' ���
wont, thonco 80 chains norlla,
��"U A1.KRKI) BBtW M
Dnlod April IH, 1911.      *'"'"*"'
Pub. Mny 13.
.-.I'm1*'
���___*��*
p,twj5
, fttm*
i ibwtt
Whin m
th��K��8
SS��st
is ��2ji
,; I'rrjton.-'
JACK BEDFORD
Hkoonn Mnd Afi.irarl   -District of Quoon Clmrlotte
lslnnds
Take notice ihat (ino. II. I.aiu of I'rinco Rupert,
11.  ('.,  BWUJMUoh  laarlwr,  Inlenals  to npply   l*��r
Imt_mmim   l>*  purchase   the  followlnit   ilescrihed
ands:
CommencinK  nt   a  pnst planleal  almut  seven   ____ m .  ..  ���,.
miles wesl   nnal one mil,- south from  the mouth   more or lesa, IMIICS
of Stanly   Cn-ek, Nnden llarlmr, ihonco south HO ! thenco weat ill) chni
chain., Ihenee w,-sl   10 cha'
chnins, thenee easl III chnins
Dated March 17, 1011
> sire Dislrici ol Coaat Run 6
that Kldon S. Deullcr of llorlln.
in doctor, nn,.,,,i t��� a.,.,|y , '
purchase  lhe  foll���w|���K  disCTlhod
Pub. AorU 22.
Skeena ljind Dislrici
Take notice
Ont.'  occupation
iKaroiisaion   to
landa:
Commencinii at n post |,|������i,.,| ai ,|���       .,
weat corner ol Lot iSts" | ,���,���,.��� n���t':jf, ^Jj
    >ot m ch'a'ina'mo !r'    ,""" """" "' itm_
"thence iest 40 etainn," thenco' north  iiii ! VBctaln",' more or lea. lo","',i,',T ,/"' ",l'n��� """h
i containinR HO ncrea more orle.n
'-.        I a  I   M I.     Jl     in..        .��� *_.***_**.
point of cominenccinont
0(0, II. I.AUX , DitodMnrch niViiili"' BLDON S. DBTW1LBR
Numa Demera, Ajent ' i'ubT April 15'
John OaUBPMUi Ajont
SkoonBl.and Disirict -I ���
Tako notico that I, Ch.rl"
of Stewart, B, C, occupnt i"'; i
npply  for permiaaion  to pun
described lnnds: , ,
Commencing  al   a  post   I".
bunk of lho Naaa river ��D0U
forks of the Nana river, II"'"'
Ihencn weat  80 chnina, tl"'""
thenco east 80 chains to poll" '
eonlnlninii 640 ncres mnroor I''
limed March 2r,, MIL CHARW
I'ub. Mny 17.      Krnjik bnlne.'
Skoena Land Dlslrln   DI
Tako notico thnt I,   mp**.
Slewnrl,   II.   ('.,   occupnll""   "�����
npply   for pqmWdB  to I"""-
MM landa: .   .
CommencinK nt n post P '"'
norlh ol lho Naas river ��n>
nbove   the   lorkn   of  tM  �� '    ,
thonco   north   Hll  chains,  I"'     .
Ihenee soulh 80 chnins, II"'1'
point   of   commnncoTnent.   "
more or liwa. nKuTll-. El
Duled UinhU. 1011.' Frank Sl
I Pub. May 17.
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Range 4
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1 Dozen   Linen   Huckaback   Bed-room
Towels
1 Dozen Linen Diaper Bedroom Towels
(Hemstitched)
Half Dozen Linen   Huckaback  Towela
(Scrvanta')
6 Large White Turkish Bath Towels
2 Large White Turkish Bath Sheets
1 Dozen Glass Cloths
1 Dozen Tea or China Cloths
1 Dozen Strong Kitchen Kubbcrs
1-2 Dozen Housemaids' Cloths (Basin)
1 Dozen Check Dusters
1 Dozen Soft Polishing Dusters
0 Linen Roller Towels
3 Pudding Cloths
Half Dozen Knife Cloths
1 Hearth Kug Cover
1 Dozen Sponge Cloths for Lamps, etc.
Walpoles
IRISH LINENS
I        44F Bedford Street, BELFAST, IRELAND
Illustrated Catalogue on receipt of postcard to Walpoles, 173 Huron St. Toronio
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SECURITY COMPANY, Ltd.
PAID UP CAPITAL $250,000
���offer KOR SALK-
Townsites Farm and Fruit Lands
I
���JOINT OWNERS AND SOLE AGENTS OF-
Fort George Townsite Massett Townsite
���BAD OFFICE:- 606 BOWER BUILDING, VANCOUVER, B.C.
Local Office:
Alder Block
Sixth Street
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The Daily News
DELIVERED TO ANY ADDRESS IN SECTIONS 1, 5
AND  6  EVERY DAY FOR
50c PER MONTH
Natural tone linen wns em-
ployed in the making <>f this suit,
and collar, revers, licit and culTs
arc of brown silk, each edged with
a Iii.is fold of white silk. The
buttons arc covered with brown
silk, and the little insci vest is
striped while pique.
RESPITE
Alone I paced the miry ways,
Aloof I watched  the humming
crowd,
Muting on dim, remembered daya
Far off, remote as peak or cloud.
A nameless presence haunted mc,
A subtle striuigcncss thrilled my
soul,
It seemed that I and destiny
Slowly drew near lhc final goal.
Soon, soon, I thought,my life will
dote.
This haunting presence will unveil
The portals of my Father's house,
And I be shin without the pale!
Soon shall the voice of perfect Law
Thai   nines  the  orchestra  of
space,
Thai holds rebellious stars in awe
Pronounce my sentence of disgrace!
Yd still I pace the miry ways,
Aloof  I  watch   the humming
crowd,
Musing on dim, remembered days
Far-off, remote as peak or cloud.
���C. EC. B. in the Chronicle
CREAM PUFFS
Deliciously Appetising Delicacies for Your Supper Table
Take one-half cup of butter, one
cup of hot water; put on the stove
to boil in a small granite pan.
When boiling sift in one cup of
Hour, stirring all the time; sit
asitle to cool. When barely lukewarm stir in three unbeaten eggs.
adding one at a lime. Drop on a
Well-buttered pan, and hake thirty
minutes in a moderate oven. For
the cream use one cup of milk, one
egg, half cup of sugar, one lalile-
���poonful of cornstarch mixed with
a little cold milk, flavor with
vanilla, orange or rose; boil in a
double boiler. The puffs may be
baked two or three days before
using, but the cream must be
freshly made. Cut a slit in the
top of puff and fill.
STUFFED TOMATO SALAD
Ever so Cool and Refreshing for
a Picnic or Supper
Six tomatoes, two iiicuinliersi
half pint cream dressing, lettuci
Scald the tomatoes sn thai the
skins can be casil\ removed, Cut
a slice from the top of each and
with a small spoon remove the
seeds. Peel tlie cucumbers ami
cut them into dice, season highly
ami mix with at least half tin
dressing. Fill tlu- tomato cups
with this and put another spoon
of the dressing on lop. Sprinkle
a very little finely chopped paisley
over antl serve on a bed of lettUC
leaves.
HOUSEHOLD HINTS
Plain,   Practical   and   to   the
Point
Save all the lemon hulls, drop
theni into thc vessel in which you
boil your tea towels and it will
whiten them wonderfully, and there
will bc a clean freshness about
them that is very desirable.
Sew the skirt binding on the hem
of your skirt before you press it.
Pressing the gootls Rattens it, and
it becomes difficult to fell the
braid on a thin fabric without
stitching through it.
Put a good-sized lump of salt
into a cup of vinegar and put into
the vessel that is discolored and
let it stand for half a tlay. Wash
well wilh warm water and soap
ami sediment will come off easily
THE IDEAL KITCHEN
White Enamelled Ware for the
Cooking
Ah ideal kitchen would have its
copper antl its bright tinware for
beauty, but for perfection in cooking there is nothing to surpass
the white enamel. Thc white
enamelled ware, with a narrow
dark blue edge for binding, may
be had in every conceivable form
of dish, from the large pails and
bowls that hold gallons to tiny
dainty molds for jelly and blant
mange. As there are no seams,
no crevices to retain dampness or
tlirt, its superiority in that one
respect alone is apparent.
A great many dishes for use in
thc kitchen are now made of glass.
These include small cream churns
and mayonnaise beaters, and dishes with covers which are for hold
ing   butter,   and   are   both   con
venient ami sanitary,
First Baptist Church
11a.m.- Morning worship. Sermon by the minister.
2.30   p.m.���Bible   School antl
Brotherhood Baraca Class. The
minister will address the class on
"Universal Peace." All men welcome.
7.30 p.m.���1;.vening service. Sub
ject of sermon, "Enshrined in a
Heart." Mr. John 1-1. Davey,
Organist and Choirmaster. Visitors and strangers welcome. Church at head of Sixth street.���Rev.
Warren H. McLeod, B.A. 13.D.,
Minister.
At a meeting of the Victoria and
District Basketball Association
held last evening in the Y. M. C. A.
rooms, thc Y. M. I. and Esquimalt
teams were officially announced
champions in their respective classes, Intermediate and junior.
A billiard match for the championship of the world may tnke
place in England this summer.
I.indriim, a Melbourne, Austrialla,
player, who has been in.iking
breaks of over 1800 points, will
leave this month for London to
challenge Cieroge Cray, the Australian boy billiard marvel, who is
now performing in the Old Conn-
try.
Hundreds Will
COME
to the Grocery antl Fresh Fruit Store
where the best goods ure to be hail.
We huve leading lines at saving prices.
...HAMS...
like Wilson's Home Cured are the kind
to make excellent sandwiches.
Ideal Provision House
Third Ave., near Sixth St.    Phone lilll
Robin Hood
The Great Flour
of
Greater Canada
Your Dealer Ha* ll
Fruit   :   Produce   :   Feed
WHOLESALE
H. H. Morton
3rd Ave.
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WANTED
A local representative is wanted
for u territory tributary to I'rince
Rupert to sell the hardy non-irrigated nursery stock grown by the
Oregon Nursery Company, Oren-
co, Oregon. Liberal terms. Party
must come   well   recommended.
..^..^. MIlUll'SS..
Oregon Nursery Company
Orenco
Oregon
Double Weekly Service
S.S. PRINCE RUPERT and S.S. PRINCE CEORGE
For Stewart, Sunday*,  8.00 a.m.
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Mondays and Fridays at 8 a.m.
>��. Prince Albert suils for Port   Simpson, Naas Kiver Points, Masset,
Naden Harbor, every Wednesday, 1.00 p.m.
and for:
Refuge Hay, Skidegate, Queen
Charlotte City, Lockeport, Pa-
cofl, JedWBV, Ikeda Hay, Rose
Harbor and return via Queen
Charlotte City every Saturday,
l.oii 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 ollice hereunder mentioned. Trans-Atlantic bookings by all
lines arranged.
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   ANI)   PASSENGER   AGENT
af..~a��^.a  .... .~...
FREE
EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE    :     :   (
Canadian Pacific Railway
f
SUMMER EXCURSIONS
���FROM���
PRINCE RUPERT
ANl�� RBTUBN
Winnipeg sir.'.iw
Toronto  llv.ln
Ma 'in ia -a 1 124. HI
AND RETURN
St. Paul J'/J.OO
Chicairo IIU..W
Nc-w York. ..1.11.60
Faar full pitrticulnrs full on ur write
J. G. McNab
General Agenl
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The Digby Rooms fl
Coast to Coast
OCEAN TO OCEAN
Tickets   To   All   Points
ROGERS' Steamship and
Railway Agency
Second Ave. I'ht mo 116
Pur all kinds of help, cooks,
waiters, dishwashers, hotel porters, all kinds of laborers or mechanics, call up
{ Phone No. 178
I or "llll at the
i  Grand Hotel Free  Employment  Office
j   Headquarters for cooks A waiters
ROGERS & BLACK
WHOLESALE   DEALERS   1N-
Building  Material,   Cement,   Lime,
Hair-fibre Piaster, Coke, Blacksmith
Coal,   Common Brick,
Pressed Brick
Shingles, Lath, New Wellington Conl
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED
See Us for Prices.
Phone No. 116
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST
Phone No. 200 P. O. Box 580
PKINCE RUPERT. B. C.
w. j. McCutcheon
Carries pomplcti1 itork of Druirit.   Special
attention paid tn *..).���.��� proscriptions.
Theatre Block Phohi No. n Second Ave.
��C CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Agents
Orders promptly filled.   Prim reasonable.
OFF1CE-H. H. Rochester. Centre SL    Phone ��.
Reilly's Bakery Lunch
^Empress Theatre Basement
Cor. 2nd Ave. and 6th Street
Located on Sixth Ave, near  Fulto
Three to five minutes from centre of buaim district. Nineteen newly furnished rooms,
lint nnd cold wnter, hath nnd
telephone. Newly furnished.
Under new management.
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INSPECTION
INVITED
tFRED. STORK j
��� General Hardware 1
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��� Builders' Hardware
Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves  *
Graniteware
Tinware
SECOND - AVENUE
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Does Your Watch     g
Keep Correct Time ?   |
If not, Kit a standard
RAILROAD WATCH
movement fitted in any  style  of
case  you desire.
LADIES   WATCHES
in i.'hIiI filled and solid unld cases.
. . . r OR ...
HAZELTON
MONDAY, MAY 29
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester   -   Agent
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second aveiue and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
MUNKO  *   LA1LEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
R. W. Cameron       Co.
Official Watch Insnocto B
for the G.T.P.
Cor. Gth St. and Second Avenue.
PHONE K2
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STUART & STEWAKT
ACCOUNTANTS    :-  AUDITORS
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 2X0
Prince Kupert P.O. Box .'151
~ ROCHESTER &
r,p   ��� Monroe
Ladysmitm
l>"'.'    * Coal
:\  ���*),    '*<*>'
\a   Phone iis
:E.   EBY   a_   Co.
REAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land Kor 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 thc city
are requested to visit thc lodge.
ALFRED CARSS. C.  V. DENNETT. It. A.
of llrlti.h CiiImiiiIiIh aaf la c. (i���t.,i i.a. Has-
nnal Mnnitaaliu Hum. kntchewnn   nnal  Al*
l-a a Iai   It;,l-
carss & bennett
Barribtbri, Notakiks, Etc.
Office-Exchange block, corner Third avenue nnd
Sixth itTWt I'rince Kuuert. 8     |
G. S. JOHNSTONE. N.G.
II. NORTON. Secretary.
WM. S. HALL, L. D. S., D. D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All alaaat ill operations skilfully treated.   (Is. nnil
locnl anafathellrs administered for thp [a.aanl,   ���. ex-
(notion of teeth.     Consultation free,    offices:
Ma-laaaT-.iiii Hlock. Prince Rupert. 11-12
F. W. HART
UNDERTAKER _���  EMI1ALMER
���RMS rosm.KTf:
HANDASYDE   it.   HURT
AGKNTH    ton   HTBKL,    MACHINKKY
...AND   contractors   huppi.irs...
P. O. Box 436 - Office 3rd and Fulton
Utile's NEWS Agency
Magazines :: Periodicals :: Newspapers
CIGAKS   ::   TOBACCOS  ::   FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
Sealed tenders addremted to the undcrniKned
and endorsed "Tender for Public Huildintt, (Jrund
Korkl, H. Otf" will Ik> received nt (bin ollice until 1
p.m., on Monday, May '.'.'*, It'll, for the con*
atruction of a Public Huildinit at Grand Forka
B.C.
riann.ipecillcption nnd form of contruct cun bu
���een and forma of tender obtained at the ollice
of Mr. Wm. Henderxon, renidcnl architect, Victoria, H.C, at tbt post oflice, (irnnd Forks, nnd ttt
thin Department.
PMWBI tendering nre notified that ttndtn
will not lw considered unlem mnde on llu^printvd
forma supplied, nnd signed with their art mil
lignalurtw, atating their occupations and places of
raddenci'. In tbe case of linns, the ncuml signature, the nature of tbe occupntion, and place of
residence of each member Ol thi tirm must be
glvon.
Facb lender must be accompanied by nn accepted chcuue on n chartered bank, payable to
tbe order of the llnnorubli1 the Minister of Public
Worka, equal to ten per cent (10 p.c.. ol the amount
of the tender, which will be forfeited If tbo person
tendering decline '.o enter Into n contract when
called upon to do ao.or fail to complete the work
contracted for. If tbe tender be not accepted
the cheque will be returned.
Tho Department dOM not bind ItttU to accept
tho lowest ��>r nny tender.
Hy order,
K. C. DBBROOHBM.
Secretary.
Department of Publie Worka,
Ottawa, April B6, 1911.
Newapnpera will not be paid for this advertisement II they Iniert it without authority from tho
Department- 2
P.O. HOX 2.1
PR1NCB RUPERT
FOR SALE
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
Plll'll. OF WM. rOSOMi KKq.. All.A.H.'l.dN.. KNH.
Lots i'i and il, Block 2H,
Section 1.
$:i<H)0, 2.r) per cent, cash,
balance 1, 2, 8 years,
7 per cent.
GEORGE LEEK
mercantile  ac.f.ncy
collections ani) reports
GEO. W. MORROWI
1076 Nelson St., Vancouver, B.C.  |
SIXTH STREET
PRINCE  Rl 'PERT 1
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Al.-v.M M S.A.i     W.F..WIIIiams,li.A.,t..L.D
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Banisters. Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
BOWLING,
BILLIARDS
and POOL
4 Alloya. 7 Table*.     A   Rood exer-
elae.    A clean noti.    LulM every
nfterncn.     Newman  Bloek. between t'.tn nnd "th SU.
TIO Morrison,     Proprietor nnd Manager
________*_*___ THE    DAILY   NEWS
WANT TO REVISE THE
The Empress Theatre
N\-\vlv decorated in brig
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DVI   A WC   f\V  UnCDITAl g style with foliage, fruit
D I LAW J   UF   ilUOrllAL md clever lands  ipework
  by i      ' '     Artist Charles Sleyd
Special Meeting to be Called on June 6th���Arranging _  rtdi . : r Messrs. Ward Bn s.,
a Loan of $4,000 for Current Needs The   Empress   Theatre   is   most
,      ������ L '"  '���''���"���   Ventilation
�� ]f-    ���        " tt* end meeting   - -<  I   CAN   SELL
E|of   the   association   had   to   be|a ��� 5 ': "    '    '':"
Classified
r and seller, ?"���
'������'������ .'     :���', ��a�� a wor.::cr insertion    Minimum c
**��*     ���       ..       ,.      :..,_. cSlomn for today,     WaU
Advertisements
lsin*eda*ifl��i��dvi    '^ctT'
One o* ths best sen-cw the model     !]"P.*P! ilndtorf and tenant, and a host of othi - "V"
There buyer n I seller "  ��� .     / J~JS of every,,. Che  New,  ��     wduei its
moo mand.    I .   ,"" rf ner insertiun    Minimum ehargf
actual
upon  the
general   meeting   of   the
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Lost and Found
Rui   rt Gem ral H soil    Ass da- *,���_,
..-.-:��� wing   ti    the -���������������        ~      lomgnt s
urpos -     ring
Revised  By-laws  i
���   igi ��� :   members  at
first, ���-     n pi sent wot
requi sted - ���    the  im-
this   si a ia]   gen<:..:
you a lot ir. Section 6, 7 or a      ������ s|
cash payment and easy terms.
Vict na lul    e Host iu   Bv-I i   -
Ihi*        -      was come to at thi
Hospital   Boai D ,,���.
Require S4000
vesterdav  atten n  I      new      . , .
���   .. .. ,      In order to carry . n the  ��  rs
��� rt.   There was a good .. ,
',   . .   ,. H ���   ta    it  present  the
.. '   "\    - iA ���    :-.  . tsh is ���:���   I *< pn who..-
X    -       ��� I.   trd has   iu- m to ha
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At  the Majestic
E\'C';.      .'��� (     St..'.    W ..s
Majestic   Theatre  I have parties who tra���: I
ist nig rfect comfort *in Secjion�� _��� or 6 ]< ���:   '*
-v.'.v    - :���:.-.    ��� :    the
ind  Story  f Ims    < v
��� I   vivid.    The
Listings of houses   a- I   lotl
all sect:.- ���
For quick saie. sr-.
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\.t    MI FMhOB      I '���������'���
For Rent
Ex. S. S. TEUCER
Steel Car Wheels
\",    .       Ri  :��� : Hearings
. IE STOCK���
Rupert Marine Iron Works
Notice
JOHN DYBHAVN
' l| ���������*. Ever.ing* .   -
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���    :: nl   \--* -r    :*:��e��-   S��W
.......    Am i Un Hi
. . nnntet r- rl K*n       '������ ���������*
.   . ��� .     -__.,-���
������:   Hi .<-^ -   - ~ ';':.;; "'
!i
cnslstinc of
a great platform had been erected
and it was  here  that  the
ceremonies   attendant
dedication took plate.
The monument itself i- ,,,,. o(
the most striking structures ever
undertaken by man, and has con-
sumed a period of building com.
mensurate with its magnitude
��� Nine years ago the scheme foi
' ihis memorial was sn afoi ; |,v
King Edward and Sir Aston Webb
A model was prepared, which
included an addition to tl . ��� ,u
Hall,  a  garden,   new  walls ant)
g.ites, etc., and  Brock, thi 0Us
"".'hi scupltor,   was  engaged   i
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j. .; ert, ui ler
... .     .a.r.   ::--..���..-I      ,|u.   W|,(J]
WU, tha s��iJ Irtdur
- net, anal taj cole
.  im til r.abilitie,. -
rl thil ttnd <lay of May.
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Bennett   . |> -  I  thi   Board
numb i ts that were ten
tatively :
Remember June 6th
A
rised tl       rrowii...   I this sum
n   B.,:.k  which
���   die mat-
Tht Is relating   I    thc
is a I
Phenix Makes Good
::.r--.   ever   ::.   Prince
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that the meeting =       I fix I L id; '������ -   v    ���- 	
. _      *     . -     formation as  to the '            ........
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As a  result        thi    liscussion .      .   . .   ,    ,    . .     ; .
p.    . .       ,.    .   . spitai properrs- are lodged with:*'��
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laws.     I
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SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
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IS OPEN
FOR '11
The Insurance People
The Mack Rcaltt ui lascmcc Co.
Assignrr.er.:
C.   H. ORME
PHOXE
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C. B. WARK
Jeweller
the w   lerers Pioneer Lauodn. Phone 118
[standing subscript     s $3,454.- took i st evening at	
���utstanding  fees  $1.50S ���-   ^_^_^^^_^_^^-^^_
B.   C Grani ��� ���   ���   '
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Besides i ���     .  ���       .   ���
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rters t       ��� - . r.  Mr.   Brod-|Mordie
ericfc   : - ���     ���    ���   Bai kc ���  ���     '    ���   - ���    " - ' ��� " -   '
confident that i      I ..:.  ��-il N-v ts     Mrs   Johns
forthcoming i handsome goi -. ���.
Honorary President -       ���   --      De-
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f   the �� ntidnighi lancing
suggested a i   I ..���       ���      -
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B. C,  May 27.���The
Lytt n   had   a   narrow
sea] '  tai destruction by
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He set to work with
,i will, gathered about him some
of the most accomplished artisans
in Europe, and in a shori time
the scheme began to t.tke form
Time passed, and in 1909, when
the citizens of London had nearly
: forgotten that Buch ., structure
Them |was in the course of construction,
the mantle of planks was torn
from the partly completed edifice
on the late Queen's birthday anniversary, and London was given
a chance to view the partly completed structure. Then cami the
untimely death of King Edward
and there was no the succession of King Georgt and
ndle the situation.
the   plans   for   the   Festival
as il the town would he Empire,  with  its  proposed dedi-
A     mpanyof railroad  cation of the memorial.
ver,  formed  a  bucket  ' ���
ind with .ix<> and other CATAI I Y QHfiT
s saved the town. TAIALLI   OtlUl
BY A BURGLAR
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Prof. Chamberlain Tells Senate
Committee It Can Supply
the World With Wheat.
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fore the tir no
Senati   which is
Canadian Pre-> Despatch
VVhonnock, B.C.. May .'7 |n
the early hours of thi> morning a
young Englishman named Probert
employed in a store here, Was shot
in the stomach and is pr.
injured by a burglar.
The thief who had entired .ml
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up  stairs  and  aroused   Probert,
demanding   that   he   turn   over
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Got Enough Cash
A Great Queen    for Half Ambulance
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CONTIM'ED  FROM  PACK  1
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the greai  monument definite before die Board the Board
*m\   "Vertop will  ict "
��� ��tatelypro.     Mr.  Stewart  went  on   I
roonshig i,   .- ,WUll that t)u, ^^ ci|- M
���:���  has been considered prettj  tl
oughly amongst the men
Life the Board, and that it i- I  li ved
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For Sale
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"Pen   that   a   horse  ambulance
K" -    '     Queen; besl for the to
bar- The cost cannot be less tl
Prime  Min- The Board's difficulty is a fi.
������    '   ���      ' one.    Thej   fed  that  th.     i -
"��� " members   I Par- contribuldon  of  16000 is
������      ���       ��� limit  meantime, and th.
vision of the rest of th.
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Go-Carts
Perambulators
from
PREMISES WILL BE TRANSFORMED INTO HANDSOME  ARCADE   MAKING  A  MECCA  FOR SHOPPERS
WE WILL BE BACK AT THE SAME STAND
SALE STILL ON-BARGAINS TO BE HAD
FURNITURE
Specialties
YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO BUY
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
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Also  Cutlery-.  Linoleum.  Grass  Chairs.   Reed   and  Rattan  Goods.    Best lines of Upholstered Couches, Arm
*   "lor Suite8' Eto ^?ain ��' remin-dTSITof the story of the Early Bird
All kinds of Glassware including a
New Shipment of
Cut Glass from the
leading factories of
the world. Prices
reduced.
'(        $5.00 to $40.00
F. W. HART    .    The "BIG FURNITURE Store
OWNER SIXTH STREET ASD 5ECO\DAVE\VE VI\C    aOlOlTe
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