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Twenty-four hours ending 6 a.m.,
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The daily news
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist V^ ^ _"
)Li ii, NO. 165
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Monday, July 24. 1911.
Price Five Cents
Le Men Kill Jeweler, Steal
���Diamonds and   Escape  in  a
(Canadian Press Despatch)
hew York, July 24.���Three ban-
invaded  the  heart  of  New
���rk's tenderloin   at   the  gayest
st night, armed with rc-
Jvers.   Entering a jewelry store
v shot the clerk dead by a
���lift through lhc heart. Mien
-v pillaged the store unheeded
tin- throng of pleasyre seekers,
��| carrj ing off 16,000 in diamonds
r.i|Hil in a taxicab, before the
lice could arrive on the scene.
New Westminsters Beat Them
by 4 to 3 in an Extended
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Westminster, July 24,���The local lacrosse team defeated Victoria
by four to three on Saturday, in
an Amateur League game, after
playing for fifteen minutes over
Bisley, England, July 24���Private Clifford-, of the Royal
Grenadiers, Toronto, won the King's Prize at Bisley on Saturday afternoon. A few days ago he won the Prince of
Wales Prize also. He has been shooting consistently throughout the meet, and has carried off a long list of honors for
Canada at the Bisley meeting.
(Colonial Press Despatch)       Imedal and purse.
There were I ISO competitors
in the initial stages. Clifford's
victory was a popular one, and lhe
young marksman was carried in
triumph  round   the tamp  hy  his
Reciprocity triumphs
in mu. s. senate
anadian Parliament Will Probably Dissolve on August
10th, and  an Early Election Declared With
Reciprocity For the Sole Issue���Latest
News From Ottawa
Bisliy. England, July 24.���By
ihe victory of Private Clifford of
Toronto in the King's Prize on
Saturady���the greatest shooting
i vent in lhe Empire- the Canadian team capped a series of iriuiil-
plis this year. Al every slage of
lhe great event a Canadian led.
Corporal J. Trainor of Royal
Canadian Rifles, Toronto, headed
ihe aggregate in lhe first stage
of the King's Prize, winning the
coveted bronze medal of the National Rille Association, while in
the third and final siage Private
Clifford   led,   winning   the   gold
and   the   Stock
I Washington  July  24.-The
snadian reciprocity bill passed
if Senate here on Saturday
ithout amendment.   The voting was:
For reciprocity   53
Against 27
(Canadian Press Despatch)
iOttawa, July 24.���News of the
icceasful passage of the redp*
y  bill   through   the   United
lutes Senate was received here
jy the Government heads with
great satisfaction.
From what could be learned
today, the Cr.bii el has practically
decided that the prcsa i session
of Parliament will end by dissolution on thc tenth of August.
An election will be precipitated
at once with reciprocity as die
sole issue.
The date of the election cannot
yet be definitely settled, owing to
lhe necessary prcpan .ions not
yet lieing all completed.
admirers after the victory.
Fourteen Canadians qualified for
the second stage of the great
match, and seven for thc final.
In addition to carrying off the
King's Prize, Clifford won ihe
Prince of Wales prize, .mil ranked
high among lhe prise winners for
the Daily Telegraph cup, the
Imperial Tohncro shield, Cnr|*u-
ration of London conu-si and    the
Graphic  trophy
Exchange match.
Fur the Rajah of Kola pores
Cup, the Canadians tied in total
score wiih the mother country,
but lost the cup as the mother
country had the bigger score at
lhe longer range.
latince Cor*mral Trainor who
carried <>fi the first siage off the
King's Prize did some remarkable
shooting. He made a possible
85 .ti the tillO yard range in tin-
King's Prize and got within one
of ihe maximum in the City of
London match at BOO yards.
Pantorium Pioneer Clcanere, 'Phone 4
Baptists' New Organ
Great pleasure is experienced
by those attending the Baptist
services now held in the Mclntyre
Hall, by the excellence of the new
organ which adds very much to
thc welcoming air of the Baptist
Church services. Last night the
congregation worshipped in the
new quarters again, and held an
enjoyable service, the address by
Rev. W. H. McLeod being much
appreciated. Experienced organists in the city have expressed the
most favorable opinions of the
quality of the new instrument
owned by the Baptists.
Robt. H. Stewart Shot His Wife
and Committed Suicide���
Was an Insane Man.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Swift Current, Sask., July 24.���
During a fit of insanity Robert H.
Stewart shot his wife three limes
because she refused to live with
him on account of insane fits
he was subject to. Stewart then
turned the revolver on himself,
firing twice through thc heart
and dying instantly. His wife
may recover.
Stewart   was   but   recently   released from the Brandon Asylum.
English Aviators on a Long and
Perilous Trip
s*a*a ., *.,, *��i ii * ������ * n ** " *'
lut Have a Wonderful Travel
1 Tour of the West as Well
Yi*r\ beautiful scenic films show-
feK ilu- grandeur of the Canadian
lockca will be displayed under
Erection of Dr. Siocum this after*
""ii and tonight. All lhe wonders
( ii irip from Calgary to Van-
ouvcr .mil Victoria will be shown.
'���'-���, a. canyons, glaciers, water-
"II* wilil animals in their haunts,
sml a stream literally alive with
(rout will be thrown as real as
upon thc screen, also the
|��"ii<li ilul engineering feats of tlu
���-ilw.iy. Watch specially for the
'Flying Clouds" picture, a triumph
^cinematography.' Besides these
I1""!"- I'i. Siocum will show pictures nf the Coronation Celebration al Victoria, and Sir Wil-
Ifrid I.miner's tour through Western Canada, also some magnificent
Yosi mil,. Valley scenes.   The films
are taken by Mr. W. II. HarUck
the motion  picture   artist  who is
now on his way to Prince Rupert
to reproduce by cinematograph
lhe beauties of the Skeena River
nd Prince Rupert's surroundings
in (',. T. P. interests to pocn up
our city as a tourist centre.
(Canadian Press Dcs|-atch)
Brooklands, England, July 24.���
In tricky weather for airmen n
start made ibis morning for the
150,000 prose ifTcrcd by the Daily
Mail for a 1010 miles flight round
England. Nineteen aviators of
thirty who enteral, essayed the
first section of twenty miles to
llendoii. Many of the failed to get
beyond the aerodrome owing to
ihe terrific winds. 140,000 |*cople
witnessed lhe start.
Rev. F. W. Kerr on Vacation
Rev. M. G. Melvin Takes His
Northwestern League
Victoria 2, Vancouver I.
Seattle 5. S|mk.iuc 1.
Tacomn 0, Portland 5.
National League
Pittsburg 8, Boston 1.
Bnsiklyn I, Cincinnati 0.
New York 10. St. Louis 2.
Chicago ���">. Philadelphia 2.
American League
New York 8. Detroit 7.
Cleveland 8, Boston I.
Sr. I "iii- 0, Washington 4.
Chicago *"i. Philadelphia 4.
Pacific Coast League
Oakland 5, Sacramento 1.
San PrendsCoO, Portland 0.
Vcnum 5. Los Angeles 8.
Fire Dept. Enquiry
At  tlu*  city  council   meeting
tonight   Alderman   Clayton   will
move that  a special committee
be appointed to inquire inio the
Fin- Department By-law and also
inio ihe in.MH r of die Fire Depart*
men l itself.
Water Rates for Cabins
Alderman Newton will champion lhe denizens of ihe cabins
at the council tonight in a motion
to the effect that the water rates
for cabins be put upon a room
basis same as applies to hotels
and rooming houses in lhe city.
Western Cities Taking Steps to
Prevent Winter Distress
(Canadian Press Dispatch)
Winnipeg. July 24.��� All the Western cities are taking active measures regarding  the  coal  scarcity,
and  the larger cities are sending
representatives to the meeting of
lhe Western Boards of Trade to
Ik- held ai MacLeod, Alberta,
tomorrow to disCUSS the question.
Resolutions   have   been   passed
urging the Dominion Government
lo remove the duly on American
coal for six months.
Something For You to Cut Out For Future Reference
���Complete List Giving Total  Results in all
the Major Baseball Leagues up Till
Midnight Last Night
several   occasions   of   laid Philadelphia 52
Carried Off the Lieut.-Gover-
nor's Prize at the B. C. Rifle
the News has been asked for the
latest standing of clubs in lhe
baseball leagues. In compliance
with that request the News has
secured tlie following results of
the standings of the various leagues. These were corrected up
till Sundays July 23rd, and include the matches played up till
that time:
New York
It is characteristic of Prince
Rupert's popular Presbyterian preacher, the Rev. I*. W. Kerr, that
during his six weeks* vacation he
will   put   in   at   least   a   mouth's
study .n Chicago University. Rev.
Mr. Kerr weiu south today by
the ��� Princess May. During his
absence from the city his place
will In- taken by Rev. M. Cs.
Melvin, pastor of Saint Stephens
church, Niw Westminster, who
is alvi a very |sipular p.,-on of
the Presbyterian Church ami much
liked by his congregation.
Five Hundred Passengers on Ocean Steamer Must Stay
in Quarantine for Three Weeks Until Danger of
Infection is Past
contagion from
Ottawa,  July 21.   (Special)���
The Government has received the
dies for the new silver coins and
within a few days, lhe tfligy of
King George will appear on the
new silver coinage of the Dominion
Dranmatic Death of Father
Lessard Died While Being
Eulogised by His Bishop.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
QticU-e, July 24.    Father  Les
sard, mn   of Si. Ambrose. Jeiuie
Lontto, w.-s taken suddenly ill
and expired in lhe new church
while Bishop Roy was eulogising
his work in connection with tin
building. The handsome new par-
Uh church was mainly built through the efforts of Father LfiSSBld.
Bring your poor tired feet to
us to be treated to the luxury of
perfect fitting shoes. Scott.
Froud & Co.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancou\^r. July 24,   Sergeant
Pothergill of the Sixih Regiment,
Vancouver, carried oil ilu- Lieutenant  Governor's Prise at   the
B.   C.   Rille   Meet   which   closed
here on Saturday at die Richmond
May In, Royal on Way
At 12.30 today theC. P. R. S.S.
Princess May arrived from the
north. A number of passengers
took advantage of the May's
later start as compared with
the G, T. P. S.S. Prince Oeorgc.
to avoid the early bird stunt
which in Prince Rti|K-rt catches
lhe George on Monday mornings.
The C. P. R. Princess Royal
is on  her way here, and  may be
expected this afternoon or evening.
(Special to the Daily News)
Northwestern League
Won Lost Pet.
Vancouver 50   39    .002
Spokane  50    41     .577
Tacoma 54   42    .503
Seattle 48   40    .511
Portland 46   48    .489
Victoria 25   72    .258
National League
Won Lost Pet.
Chicago    51    30     (130
Pacific Coast League
Won Lost Pet.
Portland 01   45    .575
Oakland   00
San Francisco
Los Angeles 40
American League
Won Losi Pet.
Detroit 59 27 .080
Philadoophia 54 31 .035
Chicago 44 40 .524
New York 44 41 .518
Cleveland 40 44 .511
Boston 44 44 .500
Washington 25 59 .344
St. Louis 25 00 .294
Pres. Falconer Bereaved
Halifax, N. S., July 24.���(S|hc-
ial) Alexander Falconer, D. I).,
father of Rev. Robert A. Falconer, president of Toronto I'ni-
scrsiiy, died this morning at Elms-
dale, Nova Scotia.
Illloll.  _
This Time it Will be as "An Independent Liberal"- Announcement of Mr. Morrow's Intention Has Been Received by Several Intimate Friends
One   well    known    local    Con-
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Victoria, July the
Yellow Jack" al her fori mist
���"'������'I as a sign thai she had B
OMltaglous disuse on board, the
���'��� R. liner, Empress of India
���"���'I Willi; ms Head yesterday
"fa-moon, and landed one of the
���villi, sailors who is suffering from
11,1 until had beer sufferlrg for
IVl days from the disease which
|'-"1 'I'm loped during the voyage.
" Was the only person on board
lo   prevent  any
There are sixty-five saloon and
4(111 stecragt   passenger! mi  board
EmpreiS of  India, and  these
���: all stay in quarantine for
next eighteen days, for fear
any should be infected.
I I.i.
Weather by Wireless
Cloudy weaher prevails at (he
Island stations, but farther south
it is clear. Calm seas are reported
along the coast generally, and the
-n^B from  thc disease, and along the coast generally, ss�� ��- onm��
^ precaution had been taken I winds are northwesterly and light, honors
Anolher   candidate   is   in    the
field for tha constituency of Contos*
Atlin iii the |iersoii of Mr. Oeorgc
Morrow. His intention lo contest lhe Constituency was announced to several intiin.itc friends
by today's mail.
It  has been  known  for a long
time thut Mr. Morrow was very
Ambitious to represent the con��
ititUency in lhe House of Commons, and that his withdrawal
from the city after his defeat
for alderman last year, had not
destroyed his ambition for Federal
Im'cii as to Under WhOSS banner
Mr. Morrow would run, as of
late years he has lieen associated
with Itoth political partits.
Where to Go
Pictures sn.l Mtiair, 7.30 p.m.
servatlvo announced on Saturday
evening that his friends were trying to induce Mr. Morrow to rim
as an independent Liberal in lhe
hope   that   it   would   lake   awa\
from the Liberal strength.
In his announcement, Mr. Morrow   states   that   he  will   Contest
iheconsiiuii my as,01 Independent
Honor for C Cameron
Ottawa, July 21.    (Special)--It
is understood that  an order-in*
council   appointing    C.   Cameron
of Winnipeg, Lieutenant Governor
if Manitoba has been passed, and
only awaits   the  approval  of  his
Excellency the Governor General
to become effective.
Alberta Lumber Co.'s Plant at
Vancouver Damaged by Fire
(Canadian Pnss Despatch)
Vancouver, July 24. lire which
broke out at the yards of the
Alberts Lumber Company yesterday did damage to die mill
machinery to the extgii of $1(1,000
before the (lames were extinguished
The Ladies' Hospital Auxiliary
will meet in the K. of P. Hall,
Helgerson Block, on Tuesday
afternoon at 3.30.
House Would Not Listen to Premier Aaquith When He
Mentioned the Subject -After Vain Attempts
to Secure Order, the Premier Had to
Give Up
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London,  July 24.���A  scene of
wild disorder marked  the session
of the House of Commons today.
Half a doxeil times the Premier
rose to move tlie consideration
of the Lords' amendment to tin
Parliamentary bill, and each tinu
Grist Mill Owned by Vancouver
Men is Burned Up
The   chief   doubt   had
(Cnradie i Press Despatch) w.,.,......      Bryston, Que., July 24. -A grist
he was howled doWffl by a terrific! mill M*.d residence close by were
din, so loud that the speak rlbiirred yesterday i f.emoon from
could not be heard. I some  unknown   CftUM,    The  loss
-���;- ^^^b The Speaker of tlie House ap-  ,,, Brysro'i is more than a financial
So far no name has been put  ,���...,..,,  ,��� ,,���,*, s*(-,.s ,��� .)mH.rve'
forward as the Conservative stan* Parliamentary decorum.   Again
d.ird bearer, but a convention has  Mr     AsM,,i*|,    essayed   to   speak1 .j���
PHENIX THEATRE, Second Aveuue: b*m   aSM   f"r   ,W   'n'r|'*,s<'  ,,t but was unable to prevail againstU'* ���-��� ^""t��'�� Vantouver are the
Pictures and music, 7.80 p.m. electing a candidate. ' the uproar ami gave it up. owners.
Pictures anil wings, 7.30 p.m.
lone,  but   the  mill  loss  will   Ih*
1 about    113,000,     J.   Work   and THE   DAILY NEWS
The Daily News
Formerly The 'Prince Rupert Optimist
Published by the Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
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$2.60 per year, strictly in advance.
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on application.
Daily News Building, Third Ave., Prince Rupert, B. C.    Telephone 98.
New YORK-National Newspaper Bureau, 219 East 23rd St., New York City.
Seattle���Puget Sound News Co.
London, EsGLAND-The Clougher Syndicate, Grand Trunk Building, Trafalgar
Daily Edition.
Monday, July 24
Tonight the city council will meet in session. One of the items
of the business will be the final disposition of Aldennan Hilditch's
by-law to create a scavenging monopoly. The by-law has passed
three readings, and will come up for ratification���or rejection.
The old method of collecting and disposing of garbage by licensed
scavenging firms was not a satisfactory one. No one is anxious to
have it continued. It was a crude and costly way. and only utilised
in emergency until the city could formulate a better plan. Nothing
herein said is to be construed as an argument for reviving thc old
system of collection by private scavenging firms. As a system, it
was almost as obnoxious as the creation of the scavenging monopoly,
for while theoretically in competition with each other, scavengers,
like competing railroads, soon Ieam the value of making a gentleman's
agreement to maintain rates and get all they can out of the public.
Thc creation of the scavenging monopoly under a private con
tractor, is all the more suspicious, because the council do not believe
in thc private contract system.    Alderman Hilditch himself, led the
council's cry for a public works department.
Yet on the question of city scavenging���a work which owing
to its relation to public health and comfort should above all others
be looked after by the city���Alderman Hilditch has fathered thc
by-law to create a scavenging monopoly under a private contractor.
What is the reason���? ��� ?
"You will remember, Watson,"
he remarked one afternoon, "that
there is a single common point of
resemblance in the varying reports
which have reached us. This
concerns the effect of the atmosphere of the room in each
case upon those who have first
entered it. You will recollect
that Mortimer Tregennis, in describing the episode of his last
visit ot his brothers' house, remarked that the doctor on en-
tering the room fell Into a chair?
You had forgotten? Well, I can
answer for it that it was so. Now,
you will remember also that Mrs.
Porter, the housekeeper, told us
that she herself fainred upon entering the room and had afterwards opened the window. In
the second case���that of Mortimer Tregennis himself���you cannot have forgotten the horrible
stuffiness of  the  room
Copyright, 1911, by the Century Syndicate
to bring the experiment to an end! that there is some story of a family
should the .symptom
ing.   Is that all clear
I   take our powder���or
mains of it���from  the envelope,
and  I  lay it above the burning
lamp.    So?    No, Watson, le' us
sit down and await di velopttients.
They were not long if. coming
larm-1 quarrel, followed by a recondlia*
Well, then, ii""- How bitter that quarrel
whai re-! may have been, or how hollow the
reconciliation, we cannot tell. Wiih
reconciliation, we cannot tell.
When 1 think of Mortimer Tregennis, with the foxy face and
the   small
I had'hardly settle.I in my chair behind thc spectacles, he is n
shrewd,   beady   eyes
i i .ui,, Skeena Land District���District ol (->... ��
Skeena UnJpUlrict-pistrictol Caaalar        .     flj- ^  ��* ��OW M     ,��t Rs�����
ska   notice   that   1.   John   V".*!!. ".-.���iC , Victoria. B. C, occupation l.���,��.&,"' "
^crPiK.,|arnS|rmi"l0n * PU"!^ -Was
'"commencing at S Ml tf^MjmU^ FUI '
Dated AprU It!. 1911.
Pub. Mai* IS.
FrancU S. I'reaton. Agent
Skoena Land Dialrlct-DUtrlct of Coaat
TatarSSm thai   1.  William John  Coray  of
net Ruiirt. ����� C*. occupation rancher,   mend
^pl   l�� i-riuiai.on *��� \m*tt* *h�� followim
^SJSS at a post pl.nled al the eolith... -t
so chains to point
moro or
Commencing at a poat plant*! al is. �����i
corner of Lot 996. Ran*-* 5. (.owV,'"***1
80 chaina aouth thenco 10 chains  eu, ,i    'm
"titt Mj
chaina north, thence 40 chains wait i
ouimencement, containing Ho acrea ���--,..,  .   ��'
Datad AprU 17.1911.
Pub. May 6.
10 chains,  thenca
before I was COnsdoUl ol a thick,
musky odour, subtle and nauseous.
At the very first whin of it my
brain and my imagination were
beyond all control. A thick, Mack
cloud swirled before my eyes, and
my mind told me thai in this
cloud, unseen as yet, but about
to spring out upon my appalled
senses, lurked all that was vaguely
horrible, all that was monstrous
and inconceivably wicked in the
universe. Vague shapes swirled
and swam amid the dirk cloud-
If it is possible for a private citizen to undertake the collection
of garbage for a sum which pays for thc cost of the service rendered
and leaves him a surplus as profits, why should not the city undertake
the work and save that surplus-profit for die citizens. Any other
plan makes the city a party to a scheme whereby the citizens will
have to pay for the actual cost of the work, plus an extra sum for
rake off or profits.
It is true that the council have offered as an explanation for
their action that they were obliged to give the work to a private contractor as they could not buy horses, only teams. But this is quitL*
too thin for acceptance. .\ council which feels it is capable of undertaking a $-500,000 hydro-electric scheme, knows enough to buy a
team and divide it, even if it were really impossible for anyone to buy
single horses.
Already complaints are coming in from citizens of alleged highhanded treatment from the scavengers. Several people in small shacks
have been told that the charge will lx- 50 cents a visit. Thc schedule
states that thc total cost of garlwge and night soil collection is to
be .50 cents per month.
Does this mean that the contractors will only call once a month
at shacks and cabins?
If so, the- council had better vote $50,000 for a new typhoid wing
to the Hospital, in readiness for the inevitable.
The News does not expect that the proposed by-law will be
rejected. It is all too much of a kind with thc extra hour to the hotels,
the reduction of theatre license, the reduction of bar-tenders' licenses.
thc creation of liottle licenses, the payment Of the disputed printing
account, thc patronage system, and the other distinctive works of
tin Manson administration. There are not enough public-spirited
men on the council to defeat it.   It will pass through all right.
But before the council pass tin icavenging monopoly by-law,
we invite them to take up the clause which slates how often tin scavenging is to be done. At present thc clause reads "as often as is neces*
sary." That means nothing. That may mean once a year, or once
a month, or once a week. It will more likely mean once a month than
once a week.
If a pig ranch is to be run in connection with the monopoly, it
may mean "as often as is necessary to procure swill for the pigs."
There is another question that should be settled before the city-
is bound over to the garl-agc monopoly. Thai refers to the right
of citizens to destroy their own gark'igi, if the monopoly fails to give
proper service.
If trouble ensues, or a oncc-a-month service is inaugurated,
can a citizen be fined or a private carter be fined if they undertake
to protect thc public health by destroying tluir own garbage?
Or if a public spirited citizen, prefers to build an incinerator
at the back of his lot and destroy his own garbage rather than contribute to the coffers of the garbage monopoly, is he to be made tin
subject of a police prosecution?
The Continental Trust Co., Ltd.
WM  T. KERGIN'   M D    President DAVID H   HAYS. 1st Vlce-Pres.
My KUriJru   c     I H��B"V- 2ni yiee-Pres. and Manager
KUGLER, Sacrsfo^.TrMsuraf C. B. PETERSON, Ass't-Manager
fMAtttttSS Recet*,, a, Aulgnee Farm Und. and Mine,
Fiscal A.,2u       '   T A,,f" F" Can "I ����<>' ����'��'a       Etcrou) Agents
. Iruslsas
Reglttrar and Transfer Agent
/���,.,.. 11  j     .7 "oglslror nn.l  I ran
Safe Depam Vauli mTEm" Mtrtta't ��>* Deed, of Trust
WewUIb. SllZNGS DEPARTME��T- * *��***. on Depastt.
The  Continental  Trust Comttatro   I imit.A   ����co���d av��mu�� ..
bank, each a menace and a warning
when  we!��f something coming, the advent
arrived, though the servant hadM *ma* unspeakable dweller upon
thrown open  the window.    That the threshold, -whose wry shadow
sen-ant. I found upon inquiry'.
was so ill that she gone to
her bed. You will admit, Watson,
that these facts are very suggestive. In each case there is
evidence of a poisonous atmosphere. In each case, also, there
is combustion going on in the
room���in the one case a fire, in
the other a lamp.    The fire was
a man whom I should judge to
be of a particularly forgiving disposition. Well, in the next place
you will remember that this idea
of someone moving in the garden,   which   took   our  attention
aouth   _.
north 20 chains, thenc* woat
ol commencement, containing 60 acres.
Dated April*. 1911
Pub. April 29.
Skaana Und Platrtct-Dlatrlel ol C
Taka n".c* that WUliam Frederick Cameron
ol Prince Kupert, B. C, occupation carpenter,
Standi to apply for permiaaion to purchaaa lha
loUowing daacribed landa:
Commencing at a poat Pentad about throe
mile* aouth of lhe forte of the While and Hat
n era. thence south 60 chains, thence weat 60
chains,  ihence north  bO chaina. thenc* eaat ��0
PuTmW' ""���      Fr.��U S* Pr-ton. Ag.nt
Skeena Und DUtrlct-Oistrict ol Cout
Take notico that ITed W. Uahle-  ;S
kalum, occupation farmer, Inland, *,. ','?'
permi-s-ion  to   purchase  the loUowiag Wnb*i
Commencing at a poat pU*it,i ,
aaat corner of     A. McLaul's pre-eaa
20 chains aouth, ihence lo ablins ��� .,   ��� '.' ..���.'*
chaina north, tbence 10 cnains war. to nS "*i
commencement containing 2-1 a^r-M n ,*    . .
Dated AprilJlO, 1911. FRlEDIlli,I ,v
Fred Bliipl a, \tln
Pub. April 22
Skaana Land District���District ol Cc-ut K,r.. <
Taka notice thai 1. BeU Hall Ktr.*e. " T���
mouth. Nova Scotia, occupation'i *,.-.,��'
t-u. it,
intend to apply for permission lo
following deacribed lands.
Commencing at a post planted at - ..a w.
corner of T. L Lot 38528, thence r ja r. laa a'eitlO
chaina, ihence north 80 chains, theses *ut .���
chaina, Ihence aoutb 80 chains to p:*-* .-,[ at&.
mencement containing 320 acrea men cr Ua
My poat la on aoulh east corner ot laat) spnit-j
for, marked letter* S. E., about on. torn a��,t d
Lake Lakelae, aouth aide o( Skeena U>*-.*t
Skeena Land District���District of Coaat Range S
Take notice lhat Grace McTavuh, ol \ aneouver,
B Ca, occupation married woman, intends n. apply
lor permUsion lo purcbaae the loUowing described
"commencing at a poat planted at tha eoulbweet
of Coaat Range 5.
Dated April 29, 1911.
I Pub. May 13.
John Haver*.,,t\pm
for a  moment   from   till' real  CaUSe LmrUg chaina aaat and 20 chains north of     , de-wlb^ landa:
.       . , ..    ,     r. ihe northeast corner of Lot 1116. Ilarvev a Survey        QMSMMH at  a
Skeena Land Diatrict���District cf Cout IUc�� I
Taka notice that I, Clara May Unit u| )'-?��,
Rupert.   B.   C,   occupation spinster, ir.ieai to
pply lor  permission to purchase th. lulowus
"    ul '
f the tragedy, emanated from
him. He had a motive in mis-
leading us. Finally, if he hid not
throw this substance into thc
fire at the moment of leaving
the room, who did so? The
affair happened immediately after
his departure. Had anyone els*.-
come in, thc f.imily would certainly
have  risen  from  the  table.    Be-
ides. in  peaceful  Cornwall, visi-
ey a *-
tha northeast ...
Coast District, Range 5. thence 10 chaina east
thesce 80 chaina north, thence 40 chaina weet,
Ihence 60 chaina aouth lo post of commencement
containing 320 acrea more or leaa* .,,,,.���
Hated May I, 1911. URACh McTAl ISH
i'ub. May 6. Fred W. Bohler, Agent
post planted a*, tne north
west corner of Lot 1735, Range 5, Coast Diitrtel
thance eaat 40 chaina. thence north 25 croini
thance weat 31 chain thence norm . cuaini
Ihence swat 10 cbaina, thence south 45 chains to
point ot commencement, containing 112 a-:.,
more or lesa.
Dated April 4,1911.        CLA11A MAY LITTLE
Pub. April 11.
needed, but the lamp was lit���as
a comparison of the oil consumed
will show���long after it was broad
daylight. Why? Surely because
there is some connection between
three things���the burning, the stuffy atmosphere, and. finally, thc
madness or death of those unfortunate people. That is clear,
is it not?"
"It would appear so."
At least we may accept it as a
working hypothesis. We will suppose, then, that something was
burned in each case which produced an atmosphere causing strange toxic effects. Very good. In
the first instance���that of thc
Tregennis family���this substance
was placed in thc fire. Now, the
window was shut, but the fire
would naturally carry fumes U
some extent up tlie chimney. II, na
one would ex|i*ect that thc effects
of the poison to !>c less in the
second case, where there was less
escape for the vapour. Thc result seems to indicate that it
was so, since in thc first case only
the woman, who hail presumably
the more sensitive organism, was
killed,  the others exhibiting  that
temporary or permanent lunacy
which is evidently the first effect
of the drug.    In the second case
die  risiilt  was complete.    Tlie
facts, therefore, seem to licar out
the theory of a poison which
worked by combustion.
"With iliis train of reasoning
in   my   head   I   naturally   looked
about   in   Mortimer  Tregenhis's
room to find some remains of this
substance. The obvious place to
look was the talc shield or smoke
guard of the lamp. There, sure
enough I perceived a number of
Baity ashes, and round the edges
a fringe of brownish powder, which
had not yet been consumed. Half
of this I took, as you s-iw, and I
placed it in an envelope."
"Why half. Holmes?"
"It is not for mc, my dear
Watson, to stand in the way of
thc official police force. I leave
them all the evidence which I
found. The poison still remained
upon  the talc,  had  they the wit
to find It.   Now. Watson, we will
light our lamp; we will, however,
take the precaution 1<> open our
window   to  avoid   the   premature
would blast my soul. A freezing
horror took possession of me. I
felt that my hair was rising,
that my eyes were prutuding,
that my mouth wa- opened, and
my tongue like lather. The
turmoil within my brain was such
that something mu-: surely snap.
I tried to scream, at.d was vaguely
aware of some hoar-.* croak which
was my own voice, but distant
and detached from myself. At
the same moment, in some effort
of escape, I broke through that
cloud of despair, and had a glimpse
of Holmes's face, white, rigid,
and drawn with h- rr<>r���the very-
look which I had sin upon the
natures of thc dead. It was that
vision which gave me an instant
of sanity and of strength. I
dashed from my chair, threw my
arms round Holmes, and together
we lurched through the door, and
an instant afterwards had thrown
ourselves down upon the grassplot
and were lying sj,|e by side, conscious only of thc glorious sunshine which was bursting its way
through the hellish cloud of terror
which had girt us in. Slowly it
rose from our souls like the mist-
from a landscape, until peace and
reason had returned, ar.d we were
sitting up on the grass, wiping
our clammy foreheads, ar.d hxiking
with apprehension at each other
to mark the last traces of that
terrific experience which  we  had
"Upon my word. Watson!" said
Holm, s at last with an unsteady
voice, "I owe you both my thanks
and an apology, It was an un-
justifiable experiment even for one*
-.If. and doubly so for a friend.
I am really very sorry."
"You know," I answered, with
sota,-  emotion,   for   I   had   never
seen  so much  of  Holmes's heart
before, "that  it is my greatest
joy and privilege to help you."
He relapsed at once Into the
half-humorous, half-cynical vein
which was his habitual attitude
tO those about him. "It Would
be superfluous tO drive us mad.
my dear Watson," said he. "A
candid observer would certainly
dl ilarc that we were so already
liefore we emlmrked upon so wild
an experiment. I confess that I
never imagined that thc effect
could be so sudden and so severe."
He dashed Into ths cottage, and,
reappearing with the burning lamp
held at full arm's length, he threw
it among a bank of brambles.
"We must give the room a little
time to clear. I take it Watson,
that you have no longer a shadow
of a doubt as (0 how these traged-
Skeana Land Dislrict���DUtrict ol Caasiar
Taka notica that  1, James  Duniop ol  Princa
Rupert.   B.  C,  occupation  leetnaler,  intend   lo
apply  lor permiaaion lo purchaae tbe loliowinf
described landa:
Commencing at a post planled about two mllea     t0 lpp|y (or -iermlaeion to purchaaa':.*..- L..Ja,ti
suuth of tha forka of the W bite and Flat rivera, I 4^^^ |and7: m
thenca north DO chaina, thenca weat 80 cbaina,     Commencing at a poat planted about 6v mil,
thenc* soulh so chains, tbenee east su cbaina.
Haled April 18, 1911. JAMES DUNLOP
I'ub. Mai* 13. FrancU S. Preston. Agent
Skeona Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Caasiar
Taka notice tbat  1,  laaac U'lirten lurue ol
Prince Rupert. B. C, occupation carpenter, intend
ly lor 1
Skaana Und District    District of Caaaiar
tors do not arrive dftlT ten o'clock   Take notice that  I.  Mary  Carlo  ol Sta-wart
B. ��'���. occupation married woman, inlend to apply
rnuasion to purchaaa the loUowing deacribed
aoulh and one mile west of tba forks ot thsWhiu
aud Flat rivera, theoce nortb 60 cnains, tts&es
weet mi cbaina, Ibenc* aoutb 60 ct.a;ns, thsaei
eaal bO chaina.
Datad AprU 18. 1911. ISAAC U'BRILN FuRBES
Pub. May 13. Francis S. Preston. A|snt
at night. We may lake it. then,
that all the evidence points to
Mortimer Tregennis as the culprit."
"Then his own death was suicide!"
Commencing at a poat pUnted two l2) utiles
soulb and ,21 two mUaa weat ol tbo forke ol Ibe
White and FUt rivera, thanca 80 chaina north,
thenca 80 chaina weal. Ihenee 80 chaina aouthi
Ihence HO chaina eaat.
Dated April 20. 1911. MARY CAR1N
l-ub. May 13. FrancU S. I'reaton, Agent
Vancouver "World" Reporter
Spies Him Motoring in Vancouver.
ns were produced.--
decease of two den rving members    .,N()m, w)iatl.v,r."
of   society,    and    you    will    seal      ..But ^ ^ rcraitm       ^
yourself  near   that  open   window  ��������������� ���_  ,   , �� ..
,   . ' ... scure as before.    Come into  the
in   nn   arm-chair-unless,    ike   u Lri���,���.   ....       _ ,   , ��� ,.
.,, , arbour   here,   and   let   us  discuss
sensible   man,   you   determine   to j, .      ., ~. .,, .
���iave  nothing  to  do  with   ,h, lTlU'rt.Jh;U *?"****
flair.    Oh,  you  will  see  i,   out, "     t     1    , *  .   '*"   "***   V
Will you?    I  though.  1 knew my 'T',, '.         Ja,W' ""S m,mil'
son.    This Chair  I will place ""   ���   f,vulc"cc   P��,n"-   <"
opposite yourn, so that wc miy be '"""'    M"rvimcr   Tr<,K-niiis,
tits same distance (rem ths poison l***vhil been the criminal in the
and  face  to face.    The door wi*lr'rst tragedy, though he was thc
will leave ajar.    Each is now in 1 victim   in   the   second   one.     We
A cloud of dust chased Ix-hind
a big six-cylinder auto car. A
big genial-faced man in a specially
made Stetson hat leaned back
on the cushions beside his wife
and hinted to lhc chaffcur that
none of the occupants of the car
would Ik* frightened if the throttle
WSS thrown w idc open.
In a word "Cncle Jerry" had
come to town from Prince Rii|xrr.
and was enjoying his first auto
ride in several months in this
several thousand dollar car, which
he had been laying up in a local
garage since he went north hist
Mr. Jeremiah H. Kugler is, so
thc human cotnpediums from the
Skeena River country maintain,
lhe livest wire up there. He is
a real estate agent, and is here
to see 30 put at thc bottom of
some fair sized sales of fruit lands
and Rupert real estate.
Before going to Prince Rupert
Mr. Kugler was a banker back
in that financial hive known as
Wall street. The advantages of
the fruit lands he owns along the
Skeena River have been advertised
in every leading paper published
in Canada and the country to
thc south.
As to the future of Prince
Rupert and the surrounding country'. Uncle Jerry says that the
best testimony that he can offer
is the fact that he is in business
there and is going back next week
to stay.���Vancouver World.
Had  Delightful  Trip in  Sunbeam
This morning Dr. Kergin returned from an exceedingly pleasant holiday trip in the launch
"Sunbeam." He travelled on thc
out journey with Mr. Ci. R.
Naden and an impression existed
that he was to lie away for several
weeks. It was only a week's
holiday jaunt, however, and all
who have enquired where the
doctor would be back are informed
that he is now in town.
. portion to watch the other ond'mu.t remember, iu the first place.'S
Latest Shipping
Prom Ikeda by wireless this
morning came thc report that the
C,   P.   R.  S.S.   Princess  Beatrice
had passed northbound at 1 a.m.
Cape Uzo re|x>rtcd the S.S. yuecn
St 10.20, and Point Grey reported
c S.S. Queen City m at 6.30 a.m.
Skeena Land DUtrict���DUtrlct of Coaat
Take  nollco thai  I.  William  MelvUle Corley
ot   Toronto,   Ontario,   occupation   clerk,   inund
to apply for permUalon to purchaaa lha toUowing
desenbed landa:
Commsnclng at a poat planted at the northwest
corner of Lot 3055 Rang &, Coaat Distnct, thance
taat Co cbaina, tbence nortb 40 cbaina, thanca weal
10 chaina to HeU'a Ual* alougb, Ihenee along
alougb southerly to point ol commencement, containing Uu acrea mora or laaa.
Dated Aprils, 1911.
Pub. April t��.
Skeona Land DUtriet���DUtrict ol Coast Rang*'.
Taka notice that I. Charlea A. Vaughan of
Princ* Ruport. B. C, occupation merchant, intend
lo apply for parmiaaion to purchaaa Ibe (ollowing
deacrit-ed landa:
Commencing et a post plantad on tba aoulh
bank ol Escbumaika River and about four miloa
It-oca It* coniluence with lhe Skeena River, Ibenc*
?0 chains east, Ibence 60 cbaina nortb, tbence 80
chains weat. tbence 50 ehaina aouth to point of
commencement. conUining 640 acres more or loaa
Dated Apnl 21. 1911 I U.M11.E-, A. \ All.HAN
Pub. Apnl 29.
Skeena Land DUtrict ���DUtrict cl Coast Range 5
Take notice that I, Lionel Kingsley of Vancouver,  It.  C. occupation  miner, ioUnd  to apply
(ur parmiaaion to purchaae tha following desenbed
Commencng al a poat plantad near lho southwest corner of Lot 992, Range 5. Coast Dutnct
thance weal 40 chaina, Ihence aoulh 60 chaina,
thenee east 40 chaina, thance north 60 chaina lo
poinl of commencement.
Dated Marcb 24, 191L       LIONEL K1NUSLEY
Pub. April 22.
Stikine Und District -linnet ol Casslar
Take none* that Sydney llodgktnaon cl T*le-
crapb Creek. U. C, occupation clerk, Inunda to
spp.y   (or  permiaaion  lo  purcbaae  the  loUowing
deacribed land:
Commencing at a poat planted about a quarter
mile nortb �����**: (rom Glacier Rime and on the eaat
bank ol Stikine River. Ihence eaat 20 chains
tnence nortb 40 chaina, tbence areet 20 chains,
thene* eouth 40 chains to poinl ol commencement
and containing 60 acraa mora or laaa.
Dated Fab. II, 1911.
Pub. April CA. Tervo, Agent
SUkine Land DUUIct���DUtrict ol Caaalar
Taka noUce thai ChristUn A. Tervo ol Stikine,
B C, occ'iuelkin customs officer, intenda to apply
(or permUalon to purcbaae the following deecribed
Commanclng at a poat planted about three-
-luartera ol a mile north eaat from Glacier Hull*
aad on tbe east bank of Stikine River and on tbe
aouth aid* of tbe mouth ol a little creek, thance
eaat 40 chaina, ihence north 40 cbaina, tbence
woat 40 chaina. thence aouth 40 chaina to point
ol commencement and containing 160 acrea more
baud Fab. 10. 1911.     CHRISTIAN A. TERVO
Pub April 7.
Skerna Land I mi net    Distort ol Coaat Rang* .'.
Take notice tbat 1. Lauchlan John Shanahan ol
Victoria, D. C, occupallon teacher, intend to
apply lor permiaaion to purcbaae tbe foUow-Ing
.1-ecril ��� l landa:
Comm.neing al a poat planted 65 chaina aoutb
(rom the *outneaat comer ol Lot 3060, theoce 40
ehalna aoutb, tbenee 40 chaina waat, thence 40
chains north, tbence 40 chaina eaat to point of
commencement. conUining KiO acrea more or l��ea.
Dated AprU 17, 1911.
Pub. May ��.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol Caaaiar
Taka notica tbat I, John L. Mitchell of I'rlnce
Rupert, II. C, occupation bookkeeper, Inund to
apply (or permiaalon to purchaae tba (ollowing
d**cr!b*d landa:
Commencing at e poat planted about (5) Ave
mil.* aoutb end (11 one mile weat ol the lorka of
the Whlu end list rivera. thenc* north HO chaina
thenc* east 80 chaina, thence aouth 60 chains,
thence w*��t 80 chains.
Dsi-al April 18, 1911.        JOHN L. MITCHELL
Pub. May 13 FrancU S. Preab-n, Agent
Skeena Land Dlatrlct-Diatrlct of Coast itanirr 6
Coaat Diatrict
Take notlr<e that Wm. Leslie of Sapperton. B.C.
occupation Government Guard, inunda to apply
for permission to purchaae the following described landa:
Commenclnir at a poat planted 40 chains weat
and 121, chains aouth of the southwest corner of lot
N��� 173.1, ranjre 5 cnaetdlslrfct,marked Wm.Lealle,
N.W. corner, thence south 40 chaina, thence eaat
80 chaina, thence nurth 40 chaina, thence weat 80
chaina to poat uf commencement, conulnlnr 320
acrei more or leaa.
T. D. Laird, Agent
Dated March 20th. 1911
Pub. April 29th. 1911
Skoena Land DUtrlct���Dutrict ol Caaalar
Take notioe that I, Allred Berryman Williams
of  Prince  Runert,  B. C, occupation  merchant
Inund to apply  for permiaalon to purchaae th*
follosrlng deacribed landa:
Commenetng at a post planted about (2) two
milaa eouth nf the forka of tho While and Flat
rivera, thance SO chaina aouth, tbence 80 chaina
weal, tbenee 80 chaina north, tbence 80 chains
Daled April 18, 1911. FrancU S. Preaton, Agent
Pub. May 19.
Skeena Land District���District of Caaslar
Taka notice lhat I, John Robert Parry of Prince
Rupert, H. C, occupaUon cook, Intanj to apply
for permaslon to purchaae tbe following described
Commencing at a poat planted (2) two mllea
aouth and 2) two milaa west ol the forks of the
Whlu and Flat rivera, thence south 80 chaina
thence eaat 80 chains, tbence nurth 80 chains,
thence waat 80 eha ns.
n.i-.l Apr I 20, 1911    JOHN ROBERT PACEY
Pub. May 13. Franc s S. Preston. Agan
Skeena Und Distnct���District ol Coaat Range 6
Taka nol ce that I, Martha Leek, of Frince
Rupert, 11. C, occupat on marr *d woman liiUn.i
' ill
Skeena Und DUtrict���DUtrlct cl Caaslar
I Taka notice that 1, Swan Hallra ul Sunn,
B. C, occupallon carpenter, intend to apply
for permiaalon to purchaae tbo follow ic.* d.actibod
I landa:
| Commencing at a poat planted aboul . miles
aoutb and onev 1) mile west ol tba forks cf the Whiu
and FUt rivera, tbenee bO chains aouth. tnence ev
; cbaina cast, thence 80 chaina north, thenc* si)
' chaina weat.
i Dated April 18, 1911. SWAN HALLLN
I'ub. May 13. FrancU S. I'rasioo, v:t
Skeena Land DUtrict ���District of ijuoen Cbsrlotu
Take notico that George IV. Arnott ol i'nace
Rupert, li. C, occupauon real a*uu .-...:,
intenda to apply for perm-moo to pjrenue the
foUowlng ddoenbed Unds:
Commencing at a post planlel about isvea
milea and one-ball mile weat and one mile soul��
(rom tbe mouth o( Sualy Creak, Naden Sno*,
thence weat 80 chains, thenoe south 80 cnaiu,
thence aast 80 chains, thence north - ' chain..
Dated March 17, 1911. GEO. \V. ARSuTT
Pub. April 22. Numa be-ners, Aieal
Skeena Und District���DUtrict ol Cassiar
Take nolice that 1, Alice M. KnotlM cf Irian
Rupert. B. C. occupation married woman, latend
to apply (or permUalon lo purchase lhe .   . -   i
���leacriU-,! landa:
Commanclng at a post planted about t��o mila
south and two mUea weat of the forks of Whit*
and Flat rivers, Ihence north 80 cl.snu. iheaee
eaat 80 ehalna, tbence soulb 80 chsins. thence
weet 80 chaina. ,     ,..���
Daled Apnl 20, 1911. ALICE M. hNotaE
I'ub. May 13. FrancU a. I'res-.oa. Acea'.
Skeena Und DUlrict-DUtrict of Cassiar
Take notice lhat 1, Sydney FiltgeralJ ol **:e��trt,
B. C occupation cook, intend to ep'ily for p*>
mission to purehaae the following described laa*
Commencing at a post planted about li.e mile
south and one mile of Ihe forks ol ��uu
and  Flat riven, thence south 80 chains, ttente
waat 80 chaina, thence north 60 chains, iheaee
eeat 80 chaina.  -������n.,n
Dated April 18, 1911.   SYDNEY FITZgLRALD
Pub. May 18. FrancU S. l-reston. Ageol
Skeena Und DUtrict���District of Coasl Rta(*e
Take nolice that I, J. Harold Mehesn of inae
Rupert, B. C, occupat on blacksm th. inteti-iu
apply  lor  permaalon  to purchase the lollowni
deacr bed Unda: ,   .        . .
Commencing at a post pUnted about tkreeana
one half milea d atant in a aouth wester!) uirecuoo
from a blind alough Irom Observslory
tha aama touches the Ind an Reserve, *m
80 chaina. thence aouth 80 cba ns, thenc* east to
chaina, thence north 80 cha ns to po nt ol commencement, containing 640 acres more or loM.
Daled Apr 1 14. 1911.       J. HAROLD Mcht.*.
Coast Land District -Diatrict of Skeeni
Take notice that I, Paul Bremllor. of
Porcher Island, occupation farmer, intend to Rpply for permission to lease
the following foreshore: Commencing
at a post planted about 12 fast irom the
location post of lot 1301 on Porcher Island, thence in a southerly mrecuoii
following high water mark law wj
thence west to low water mark; thenre
northerly following low water mart
1200 feet; thence east to point of commencement. ,, , ,.���
Dated March 7, 1911.
First insertion March 11
Application for Charter tor a
application will be made to ' ��� '���""
liament of Canada at the piwent -'���"
sion thereof, for an Act InwrpwM���
a  Railway  Company under HM m-1���
The   Pacific,  Tnyis-Csnsas ���
Hudson Buy Railway Compsnj
power to lay out, construct nnd 0I�����"
a line of railway from n point ����� ���
Province of Alberta, at or nwr i���
City of Edmonton, thence i*":l"-"-I
by the most feasible route to. ���"��� "
near Athabasca Landing; thi"." norm
westerly north-east of lftt*> ��� '
Lake to Wabiska or Loon River: twn���
northerly to a point at or W�� '
junction of the Loon River ��W ��
Peace River, or at a point M��r "e
junction of the Red Wvsr <*itj ��"
Peace River, below Fort ^'��fl
on the Peace River; tlience """'!"-
to Fort Smith on the Slave Riv.r: "i���
a point on the said rnilro:ul mar
crossing of the Wabiska WW or t��
Loon River easterly to Fort McMUJTW
on the Athabasca River; thein'i MKjn-i
along the Clearwater River and unu
chill River through the l'r->vl.nff 0,
Fort   (liurcluH  oi
Saskatchewan   to   i.m,
Port Nelson on the HudlOTl Bty.J^.
a point on aald railroad near Its tTOW-g
of the Wabiska or Loon WW-WfiS
ice  River crossing on tm ' '
thence westerly on My ���',
! the river through I-,**l"'!ir..,���i
nee   Rupert  or Jortlsnd IMJ
Pacific CoSSt in British lolu
 -  ._    .......   ..,���   c iciii.
to Peace River crossing on t'"        M
River;   thence westerly on tM n��
side of the river through I-/llirjlVnlal
to  Pri 	
on the	
with power to construct ��n<l ''��� ,.,|,|,
telegraph and telephone MO '
lines for general public PU'P1-*"/ .,���.
carry on, construct, maintain ���������'",;,,
erate boats and ferries for tin- I11"' '
of the railway and other Iiur|""lw'"���(.r.
acquire and make use of laii*'**; [ylv>t
loU, wharves, docks, dock-.vnrd**' Wi
warehouses,  elevators  and  OtM-
to apply for permiaalon to purehaae the following
deecribed landa:
Commencing at a poat planted about three and
one-hall miles dUUnt In a aouthweaUrlv direction | venlenera*     nnd   with   DOWlT   to
Irom a blind slough from Observatory fnlni where : ycn|eAncc8���     O*1"   WI"*   V"   -*,.,,*|,unli'9'
  into Agreements with other l'V"a,(
Solicitors for the App���� ��8o(
Dated  at Ottawa this 21st day
tha ssm* touch-M lb* Ind an I-U��erve, thence east
HO chains, thsnea aouth 80 cha ns, thence weat 8
chains, thenc** north 80 cha ru to point of com-
maneament, conu n ni 640 acrea mora or laaa.
DaUrfI Apr) 14, Bit MARTHA LEEK
Pub. Mm 11.
Junet A. Ds. 1911. THE DAILY NEWS
l l
General Merchandise       - -        Largest Stock
\ \   Lowest Prices in Northern B. C.
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Real Estate and Stock Brokers
Prince Rupert - and - Stewart
OFFICE    :     :
For all kinds of help, cooks,
waiters, dishwashers, hotel porters, all kinds of laborers or mechanics, call up
Phone No. 178
or call at the
Grand Hotel Free Employment  Office
Headquarters for cooks & waiters
Lot Block Section Price
65              34            8 $325.00
3 ami 4           14            8 650.00
;and8           36            7 2.000
Come in and see our list of buys in
other parts of the city
| Second Ave, Prince Rupert, B.C.
Windsor Hotel
Newly Furnlahed and
Steam Heated Rooma
P.O. BOX 37
Hotel Central ��3��::;
European and American plan, steam
heated, modern convenience!. Uat^s
$1.00 to W.6G per day.        I        :
Petar Black ��� - Proprietor
Utile's NEWS Agency
Magazines :: Periodicals :: Newspaper*
-    G.T.P. WHARF
===E.   EBY   C8.   Co.==
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
S. O. E. B. S.
The  Prince  Rupert Lodire. No. S18, Sons  of
Enirlund. meets the tint and third Tuesdays  In
each month in tho Carpentera Hall, at 8 p.m.
F. V. CLARK, 8ec���
P. O. Box 812. Prince Rupert
ERNEST A. WOODS. President, Ilox 2S
Rochester &
,t      Monroe
* Coal
Fur and Skins
Tanned, Mounted and
Lined for Malta or Rugs
Vancouver Far Dressing Company
1843 Granville St.        Van., B.i
Kraser and Fifth St.
I'he only hotel In town
with hot and cold wat-
"i In Beat furnished houae north of
Vancouvor. Rooms 60c
UB. Phone 87. P.O.
Mux 129.      :       :       :
Prudhomme & Fiaher
���Grand Hotel..
���>Prag Beds, clean White Sheets 25c
Rooms 50c
J GOODMAN. Proprl.tor
BESNER & BESNER, (Proprietors
The New Knox Hotel Is run on the European
plan. Flrat-claaa aervlce. All the Latest M.aljrn
Fmprovemonta. -:���:��� I"5"3 60c UP
Funeral   Dlrectora
3nl Ave. near Cth St. Phone No. 88
This Is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to ita columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Cerner" will fill a social need.
Above sketch from an im-pot
till model, possesses possibilities
for the girl with a small, limited
income. Bodice antl upper part
of skirt are twine colored chillon
voile and the deep hand of lace
(which is heavy linen thread) matches in color. The whole gown is
made over emerald green sitin
as arc thc short selecves, thc
latter finished with three liny
accordion plaited nifties of chiffon
in same color as voile. A narrow
hand of stain tops thc bodice
where il joins the gathered yoke
of t'hilTon.
Embroidery,   Rug   Hint,   and
Protect embroideries that come
lo the bottom of the skirt by
placing a scant ruffle of lace back
of the scallops. The lace should
extend n half-inch lielow thc scallops. This adds to the appearance
of a lingerie frock.
a   *   *
The way to handle large rugs
is to have a pole heavier than a
clothes-prop. Preferably the [Kile
should Ik- round, but will answer
if the edges are rounded off to
make ii octagonal, Roll the rug
on this, and il can then be lifted
and carried easily.
Lukewarm water and fine soap
will remove fats from fast-colored
woolens, while tar and wagon
grease will yield to lard nibbed
on, then soaped and allowed lo
lie for an hour or so. Afterward
wash alternately in water and
spirits of rur|H'iiline.
Some Beautiful Dresses
The vWt of May Roberts who
commences her engagement in
"The Thief" at the Kniprcss Theatre tomorrow night, will have a
special Interest for the ladies of
Prince Rupert, owing to the superb wardrobe which Miss Roberts possesses. It is all of purely
Parisian production, having been
specially designed and made for
Miss Roberts' present tour by
Parisian modistes during her recent visit to the French capital.
This   is   the   Champion   Hot
Weather Story from Toronto
The Toronto Star is responsible
for thc following:
"Baked apples, cooked by Old
Sol in his last record-breakirig
stunt, were brought to The Star
office this morning by Mr. Oeorgc
(soync of 19 Wayland avenue,
Fast Toronto.
"Mr. Coyne states that the
apples, over a dozen of them, were
half-cooked on. the tree, as they
appeared actually lulf-browncd as
if they had been in an oven, and
di<l not fall off the tree, but were
plucked by him last evening.
'"They were all right last Sunday,'" said Mr. Coyne. "'The
same tiling happened to currants
ind gooseberries. They were literally cooked on the bushes where
exposed to tht sun.' "
For most delicious Bread,
Dainly Biscuits, Etc., use
Robin Hood Flour
Your Dealer Has ll
*���*)*) ���
-General Hardware
T Builders' Hardware
,j,  Valves �� Pipes      Oxford Stoves ?
Graniteware       Tinware        *>
Second aveiue and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
Exactly -what will Help the Busy
Housewife Best
A safe bleaching agent for cuffs
and collars, handerkchiefs, etc.,
is pure borax. Dissolve a spoonful
of the borax in boiling water, antl
strain through muslin into the
water in which the articles are to
be washed.
Dark blue cotton dresses should
have the final rinsing in water
that has a good deal of clothes
bluing in it, enough to make the
water a deep blue. This will
also help to keep black sateens
from turning brown. For light
blues, a smaller amount of bluing
is used in lhe rinsing wan r.
Blouses, corset covers, and under
wear that have become stained
by perspiration should be soaked
for from thirty minutes to an hour
in warm water to which ammonia
is added, before lieing washed.
If the stains have not disappeared,
rub the places over with lemon
juice, then rinse thoroughly in
cold water.
Fruit and other stains should
always lie removed before llic
linen is washed, as many of them
would be fixed indelibly by thc
action of lhe alkali in the hot suds.
Fruit Hash
Cut cherries, *x'nchcs, pineapple,
pears and any fruit desired into
small pieces. Add a quarter of
a pound of blanched almonds
and pour over this a gelatine
made wiih tin- juice of lemons
and rasplierry gelatine. Set it
aside to chill. Serve wiih devil
food cake.
Find the Right Grocer
��� AN D -
Your Table Troubles End
We sell the Right Groceries, Provisions, Fruits and Vegetables
that are healthful  thia weather.
Ideal Provision House
Third Ave., near <llh St.
Phone 190
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
Law-Butler Building      Phone No. 280
Prince Ruoert P.O. Box 351
of Britteh Columbia of B.C., Ontario, Saa-
and Manitoba Bare. katchewan  and Al
berta Bare.
Barristers, Notaries, Etc
Offlce-Exchan-re block, comer Third avenue and
Sixth strceL Prince Ruoert. 8
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., D.D.S.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operations skilfully treated. Gee and
local anaathellca administered for the painless extraction of teeth. Conaultatton free. Offices:
HclKcreon Block. Pnnce Rupert. 11-12
Alcx.M.Manson B.A.,     W.E. Williains.H.A... i..i..i>
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
p. o. box a
n* in. of wm. roxoN, Esq.. a.r.a.m.,"i ON., km;
G. T. P. Trmnafer Agents
Orders prwnpUy filled.   Prlcee reesonable.
OFFICE-H.B. Rocheater. Contrast.    Phone SB.
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND A vs.
Fruit   :   Produce   :   Feed
H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave.
Phone No. 200 P. O. Box 580
STOCK , uMli.r.Tl: rilllNK 61
Clarence Brooks, ex-Beaver hack
stop, at present working with the
Butte club of the Union Association, states that the fans are
going crazy over the ball served
by the Lucas leaguers and that
the circuit will lie a huge success
this season. He states that the
50-Cent gales are proving big
tf rjs xlt
E. MacDonald, manager of Matt
Wells, English lightweight champion, received a cablegram the
other day from the London Sporting Life, offering a purse of $20,000
for a fight between Wells and
Packey McFarland of Chicago,
in December. Sporting Life is
probably acting for some London
boxing flub.
& tt tt
Eddie Householder is now a
member of the Seattle club. He
signed and took his place in left
field. He signalized his initial
appearance with the Giants by
batting 1.000, walking three times
and hitting safely twice.
Ad Wolgast, lightweight champion of the world, and Freddie
Welsh, challenger, will meet in
a 20-round fight for the title at
Los Angeles Thanksgiving Day,
November 30. The terms accepted
by the fighters from Promoter
T. J. McCarey call for an unpublished amount for Wolgast,
said to be $15,000, and $5,000 for
Welsh. In addition Wolgast will
get 51 per cent of the receipts
from the moving pictures and
Welsh 49. There will be no side
bet. The weight will be 130
ringside. The fight to be refereed
by either Jack Welsh or Fddie
Si    Si    <$>
The following arc the Canadian
riflemen unattached to the official
Canadian team who attended and
shot in the open events at Bisley:
Major Hart-McHarg, Lieutenant
Colonel J. Duff Stuart, Color
Sergeant Hunter, Private Warden
of Vancouver, Captain Wolfenden
Armstrong, British Columbia; Cap
tain Dover, Truro, N. S.; Staff
Sergeant Richardson, Victoria, B.
Cl Sergeant White and Sergeant
Cliff, Toronto.; Lieutenant A.
Blackburn and Lieutenant Forbes
A. Clarke of Winnipeg, and Sergeant Peter Armstrong.
t   t   t
After a fleeting stay in Edmonton, Frank Patrick hit the pike
to the coast again to do some
work there on the big hockey
league which he is supposed to be
organizing. While there, he says
he made arrangements for the
erection of a large rink, in which
the games will be played, and which
will  accommodate  thousands of
people. It will be built along the
same lines as the rink in Victoria,
except that it will not have an
artificial ice plant. The Victoria
rink will cost about $100,000.
The total cost of the Kilmonton
plant will be about $50,000.
Tom Longboat and Billy Queal,
the two leading long distance
"pro" runners, have done their
best to try and get Clarence De
Mar, the B. A. A. Marathon
winner, to meet them in a cpeial
race   but   the   North   Dorchester
champion says "nothing doing,"
till after the Swedish Olympic
games. De Mar has the right idea
at that, but there are not a few
who contend that both Longboat
and Queal are too much for the
British Columbian in any distance,
from the modified Marathon to
the full Marathon route.
Double Weekly Service
S.S. Prince Rupert, S.S. Prince George
Mondays and Fridays, 8 a.m.
For Stewart,   Thursdays  and  Sundays
at 8 a.m.     Special   fare on  Sunday
limit,   $9.50  return  including  meals
and berth.
aa. Prince Albert sails for Port   Simpson,   Naas   River,   Masset,    Naden
Harbor, Wednesdays, 1.00 p.m.
and f'jr:
Queen Charlotte Island  points,  Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service to Copper River
Mixed trains from Prince Rupert Wednesdays and Saturdays,   1  p.m.,  re-
tunilng    Thursdays    and    Sundays
5.20 p.m.
The Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coaBt operates a frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains oyer its
double track route between Chicago,
Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Halifax,
Portland, Boston, New York and Philadelphia. Atlantic Steamship bookings
arranged via all lines. Full information and tickets obtained from the
office of
Canadian Pacific Railway
-^mm^ B.C. Coaat Service
��  Famous  Princess  Line
Wednesday, July 26th, 9 a. m.
J. G. McNab
General Agenl
��� ��� ��� rUKi ��� t
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester
w. j. McCutcheon ;|
, ,   Cn.rr.-pi complete ttock of Drug*.   Special   , ,
, ,      Attention paki to fllllnit prescription*.
!! Theatre Block phonk no. 79 Second Ave.
Phone 116
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
2nd Ave., neat to old ofllce of Optlmtit, tell only
Beit made In Seattle.   Fruit and Candy, whole*
���ale and Retail. Look for flaah aijrr. at nl��hl
SAM GOWEN, Proprietor Phone 360
City Scavenging
Mr. .). G. Weston announces that he
has commenced work for the city.
All orders  received  at   the
Office, 5th St.    -    Phone 42
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.
J. P. CADE. N.Q.
11. H. MORTON, Sec.
1 ~
He sells Buildings      He sells Contracts
He has Houses to Rent
He buys Lots He builds Homes
Special Bargains in
Kitselas Lands   Francois Lake Lands   Lakelse LnndB
Hazelton District Lands      Bulkley Valley Lands
Kispiox Valley Lands      Porcher Island Lands
KiUumkalum.Lands, Sand, Gravel and Marble Deposits
List Your  Properties with Jeremiah H. Kugler
u inti t f t'.t t i v t it^-t-tr r
He buys Leases He loans Money
He has Farms For Sale
He sells Houses He rents Stores
Second  Avenue, Prince Rupert, B. C.
Says His Men Have Authority to Make Extra Charges
Where They Think the Collector Has Not Called
for Several Weeks���Knows Nothing
About a Pig Ranch
Citizens Supply Cans
In reference to the complaints
of citizens about the scavenging
system collections, fees, etc., J. C.
Western! speaking t" a News reporter this morning *^iid that he
thought the difficulties complained
about resulted from the operations uf tin* old company's collectors endeavoring to collect their
last month's levies. He also stated
that his own men were authorised
to charge extra for the removal
of refuse which from its quantity,
and apparent stateness they could
judge to be tlie accumulation of
six weeks or more. This may
have given rise to the complaints
about the "fifty cents a call"
statement of fees. Mr. Weston
remarked that all his employees
at present arc English-speaking
men. but some difficulties might
occur through foreign-speaking residents not understanding the language.
"It is up in the citizens to
supply their own garluigc cans,"
said Mr. Weston. "While ilu*
Sanitary Inspector may insist on
a particular type uf can as suitable,
the citizens may select their own
provided it is in keeping with the
regulations. I am prepared to
supply suitable cans at SI .25 and
S3, the latter being a garbage can."
Mr. Weston knows nothing what
ever, hi* says, about a hog ranch
being run in conjunction with the
garbage scavenging. Hogs which
came into thc city recently were
sent up river. The reason why
restaurant garbage is charged less
for removal per fifteen gallon
can than lhe garbage of other
businesses, according to Mr. Weston is because of the greater
frequency of calls necessary on
restaurant pnmiscs.
"The News* Classified Ads*
^One Cent A Word For Each Insertion^
The Insurance People
The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
Phone l-5o Third Avenue and Fulton St
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Lost and Found       ���
i ~�� it���-> n~> ****t**W**myt*s\ 11 ~ii i-~ "^-"^
I LOST-A Kokak; left on Metlakatla whwf-
i Finder rewarded by leaving tan ��� 81 C.inipl*il *
;    Ciirur Store. im***
LOST-A bunch of Keyi between P It Offl*- '���'''
Exchange Grill. Finder plearn- return to WW
S.. News Office. Hfrtt
the   train.    His   brother  briefly +*-*������-'
corroberated his evidence. J
Engineer's Evidence
Engineer C. P. Graham, driver
of the "work extra" train into
which the handcar ran, gave a
clear story. He had not seen the
hand car, It had no liglns. His
fir-at warning was a sound like a
man's whistle close to him. (This
sound was probably the noise of
tin hand car brakes being applied . Immediately he applied
lhe engine brakes, but saw a
dark "bject fall sideways from
the  end  on   the   tender  on   the
I waterside of the track.    Ii was a
standing order thai engines should
I whistle just before rounding curves,
! but in ihis case he was a long way
past the last curve, and a third
I of a mile from the next.   Witness
For Rent
mmM***My*^******M '
Furnished rooms with luuh.
the week.   Talbot House.
itr* by
Larue well furnlahed room. it., -at.- family.
Splendid view of harbor. Gentlemen wily.
Apply P.O. Box 151��. '������������<
Canoe for sale���20 ft PeWrboroiia*h in V"J.n1ia
condition. 3 new paddlea. Api-ls Box M .Dally
News before July 22nd. UM*
Mclntyre Hall, for concert*, entertainments, |
dances, etc.   Apply J. H. Rogers, phone He.
Six-roomed House to rent; modern conveniences.
Fraser St.. Apply Director. Cohen 4 Oo,   !��-"
Wanted-Small houae. furnished or tartly furnished.   State terma te Box R. Daily New..l."*t:
Commodious houae. corner 6th Aie. and Thompson St.. furnished or unfurnished. 1'hune -.*>
or P.O. Box MS.
Stores and offices for rent. Applv Dr. Mclntyre. '
Third Ava., phone green W. I2b.ll      '
Tlie Best
Absolutely pun
Neatly Furnlahed Rooma; gent'*'
Apply Mra. Mullin, over Majr-
Phone -'���'. if you want to rent a I
or unfurnlahed. corner flth A>-
Street.   All modern cunvenlen
Co.y furnished rooms. Mra. B wer. Somereei
Rooma. Third Avenue, belw.. -. .*-c\ enth an.
Eighth. H'*��
*.en preferred.
>j#*. fumishtd
and Thompson
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
New        Solid       Ladies
in Crocodile, Morocco, Etc.
Walchea       Souvenirs       Jewelry
Inquest on Tom Votisaratos, Killed on Railway While bclicv--��l that the section foreman
j might possibly have had time if
Riding Without Permission on Handcar���Death
Result of Collision���Whose Whiskey
Was It?
story was his reiteration  of the
a very smart man, n> do all he
���siid he had done. Only a very
few secord*, elapsed between the
sound of the faint whistle heard
Help Wanted
"We, the jury find that deceased
Tom Votisaratos came to his death
as a result of injuries sustained
through the collision of a hand
car upon which he, and three
others   were   clandestinely   riding
from     Prince     Rupeit,     and     from, m^^^^^emmmmmmmmmmmmmmssmxmmssssssmsssss*.s,,,,mssm
which he was thrown against thc  -"eveakd the oncoming train trawl-  right   to   take  out   tin-
ling   tender   first.     Wilsar  heard evidence   concluded.     Th
no   whistle,   but   said   that    lu  arrived at their verdict in
applied the hand car brakes, stop-' minim -.
hi** mate
,       , ,' bv ihe engineer, and the blow of
statement thai the car was stopped     -
. the tender on the car.
by him immediately he realised     With this evidence, and a state-
the   train   was  ahead.     He   had  ������*,,,���   by  Dan   Dempsey, general|
thought all traffic was ended for foreman of the G. T. P. work, io
the night, but two lights ahead die effeci  that thc nun
A woman to do fancy Ironing. Wages 12.!.* per
day; also girls to srork on r-ur.a-l*. Apply at
one* Pioneer Laundry. KS-K"
Girl wanted. Immediately, for jtht housework.
Apply Mra. D. Cohen, phone . !'--t(
Miner. (.Un. Muckers tS.00, wsnted at Hidden
Creek Copper Co.. Gooat Bay. Take S.S. Vadao
or Ventura. ll*-if
Porter Wanted Apply Talbot Room*. Snd Ava.
ornriAi. watch insn-ctos roa c.T.r.
R. W. Cameron & Co.
Cor. tith St. and Second Avenue.
rHONE e-2
Tenders Wanted
For building Concrete Wall, also Store Founda-
lion.   In-iulr. of McCaffery * Gibbons.      I<>1-1��
Prospectors and Miners' Supplies
��� ��B--M^M*M*M��$*M��M**��*-��-M**i
Fishing Tackle
Sporting Goods
Everything that should be in a
first class Hardware Store
you will find
Prince Rupert Hardware and Supply Company
Price from $45 to $58.
engine of a gravel train approaching from the other direction.'
Above is lhc verdict of the jury
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taw-    *-u    �� wm *+    . I       *_,.
w   ,,,, For Sale a~-fftt5
I    carry tn a* on a
lit-     itirv   4^~~^~��^~-^^~^*-e^--t>   C��t> of Princa
1 1*..1.,n~ t.i m   ,i*\A
Prince   George   for   South
eorge for thc smith ihis morning ��--~->.-*��.-^.~*^..~-w~.^
a number of passengers travelled. pire |nsurance
The George got out sharp on time (
with lu*r usual punctuality, and ���*~~*^*~-*-^*~"���~*���
passei gers on important errands
below appn date this.
pe<l the car, shouted t
on the death of the victim of the  to jump, and himself ran twenty
hand car accident of Wednesday feet  forward liefore  thc car was (.
night.   Magistrate McMullin pre- hit by the engine.    This account
sided  over the  inquest  held on I was   not   fully   corroborated   by
Saturday night.   Considerable in-1 the other men on ihe car, though
tercst   was   aroused   in   this   ac- it   was  evident   that   efforts  had
cideni, and the Provincial Court- been made to stop the car.    The
room was crowded.                             foreman admitted that he had no
Foreman's Story               right   to   take   the   car   without
According   to   the  evidence  of |K*miission.
John Wilsar, foreman of the sec- Bottle of Whisky H	
tion   gang,   the   p.inv   had   run      Evidence   was   |>i\-t.*ii    bv    Dr.   , ^H|
, ... ,        , ...        .    ,      .        .   ���   , its   Prince Rupert Induor Baseball Lean-tie
short of provisions though a supply Eggert showing that decesaed had i1
train had passed up that very day. died   ,,f  fracture   of   the   skull.
Wilsar asked the other men Georgi  Then George Dlnoriatis who had
Dinoroatis and  Nick   Dinoriatis, also  travelled on   the hand
along with the deceased to come j told his story.
into town on the hand car.   They
 that lha partrarshlp conalsUng of
'. Mclnnls and Frank Kaeley. Cntraclor*
on a atreel contracting business in tha
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ___, tinea Rupert, In Ih* Province of British
I ' Columbia, under ih* name of "Mclnnis & Kelly"
.1   ti W   For Sal* or l.*aee-Re*t local.*.]  re.iaurant in   wa* dissolved on th* l&lh day of July. 1911.   All
Stewart, no opposition, libera: i*rms.    Full In-   HaUllli.t of lh* partnership ar* to be paid by
formation appiy or write l    0, i��*��*rg*. P.O.   <ngu. 0 Mclnnla.
B-.aiil. Stewart. B.C. l*-'-l* < A. D. MelNNIS.
,. ,       , �� .    , FRANK KEEEY
  "fflissurJfisASroa .ti; *���*�� ��� ^^ *m**\\g^& ����� -'ju"'1"1
By the G. T.   P.  S.S.  Prince!   "���,u- l*l,n KT
Crown Favorite Cooking Stove
Other Stoves from JH'i
Second Avenue
Be on the Spot, Boys
Royal Blue Ribbons
Brotherhood Crescents
Taka notice that Henry Clark Rreckenrldr* of
I the City of Prince Ituint. in the  Province of
r Brtii.h Columbia. Rancher, on the 12th day of
L July. 1911. mad* an assignment f. r the t*cncfil of
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ creditor* to Ste�� art 1 Mublry, Limited, of Princ*
THK llmi.h t'nlon and National Fire  In.uranc* Rupert aforeeald.
Company >.f London. England,   with   capital STEWART * MoBl.EV. Limited
,.f   See u. for rates.    The Mack D. G. Stewart, Manag-r-Dlr.
Keeltv and Insurance Company.           *i>if A.sis-nee for the��-sui*of II. C. Ilreckenndge
  listed at I'rlnce Rupert Ihis 12th day of July.ll'll
bought bread, and provisions in
Rupert, and started back to camp
on tin- hand car.   Wilsar declared
that  a small  bottle of K)fl drink
was  all   lhe   liquor  he   had   seen
during the trip,
had   the   bottle.
lighi on tin* ham
was r.idler dark.      ^^^^^^^^
ailing fast, but not io (asi as they
had been when liny came in.
Declared Car Stopped
Of importance in the foiemani
^^^^^^^^ He had not In ard
tin- section foreman tell him to
jump, and maintained lhat the
hand car was moving when the
accident happened. The foreman
iried tO pul On ilu   brake*, though
Witness  mentioned  a  bott
The (had  man  whieky  which  was  found on   the
Tin te was no line after the accident.   The liot-
car.   The night tie,   he   said,   belonged   to   the
They were trev' foreman who had pul it wrapped
in  his coat on  to  lhe hand  car
First Game of the League
At the Auditorium
Tuesday, July 25th
"  Game- called h.45 sharp���Skating After
ADMISSION ��� ��� 2flc
Bring The Girls Along
*%%%%%%%%%%%%% t.    ..    IJ  ...   r.      Skeena Ur,.| I     In.tricl of Coaal Range .'.
jll-1   lul'.re   starling   irolll   Kliperij    Take notice that Percy M.Miller of Prince Ru.
���^mm aa.taaa^J        I     ...      , 1... I pert, ll C . <a*r ,|.��ti..��� (',a,1 Engineer, Intenda to
Itliess   was    niixid    abOUl     llie|i7,,,i)f,,r,,.rml,>,,,n to pnJSm    ������'
��� I
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmw*~���     *k*   'ullwinit
tletcnl^l lan-l*
OoillBWftntBg at a |K����t planted on the left hank
��f MrN��-il Rivrr al north we-at romer of lol 4I<��
PLV-h tlWBMnal -f'chainn murror lent lo wrtl-
���rly bounilary of timher limit M'- -hi number
10616] thrnre northerly f"ll>����in�� *ahl weilerlv
Ifiutiilary of tlmder limit ������" rhalnn more or le**
tn north went corner uf aatij timlier limit, thenre
��*e��terl>��� ���.*������ rhairi�� m*ire or lest in left hank of
MrNetl   Hi ^^^^^^
Skaana Land I list nn -Out net o( CaMiar
Taka notice thai I, Jamaa Miliar Johnaton of
Stawart, H   C, oeeufMiUon atotvkeepar, intond to
apply  for permiMton  lo purebaaa Ibe  following
l#^nl��l laodi.
Commencing at a poal planted aboul one mile
nonh from tba Naaa river and aboul nine mile*
abovt ttte forka of ibe Naaa hver, ibenea north ttO
chaina, thenoa rat 80 chaint, thenoe aouth SO
chaint, tbence *att M) chaini to point of commencement, containing 610 acre* more or laa.
j \mi   mili.mi Johnston
DatH March 24. I'll    Frank Mh ���> Wnght. Aft
Pub. May 17
Skeona Und I>*tmt -Dutnct ol Caaalar
Take nollea lhat I, Percy Francia Godenrath
of Suwart. U. t" , oempatlon iournalMt  intend to
ipply  for permiarion  to purehaae  lha  following
d-wenberi landa:
Commenolaf al a poet plantad on tba right
bank of tba Naaa river etxnit aeven mllea above
tite furka of the Naaa river, thenoe aouth SO chaint,
tbence *nm SO ehaina, ibenoe north SO chaini,
tUnrw eait SO chaint lo point of commencement,
containing 640 acn* moro or laat.
Dated Mare 25. mi. Frank Sidney Wright, Ar
Hub. Urn 17.
Skoena Land DtolHcl���Diet-rici of Coaat Range V
Take  nuiice   that I, J. laorna   MarLaren   of
Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation real etute atfent
iMernlt lo apply for permlatiun l�� purchaae the
f-alhy-winff detcrlbed lamia
C��immencina at a puat plante>l 411 chain* watt
and ������! chaint eouth of lhe touthweel comer nf
lot 1712. vicinity ��f Lakeiae Lake, ami marked J.
I. Mfr 1,-aren'e nnrtareat corner, thence eaat Ml
< haina, thenco eouth Uf chalne, thence woat mi
< hatn*. thence north 4<> chaint tv point of cum��
mencement, cuntaininir .W arret more or leat.
'.��-��� R. Putnam, Acont
Date May 31. 1911
Puli June 16. Ivll
Sold and
Guaranteed by
"lTu "Stay Satisfactory lUnj*' 	
The Kaien Hardware Company
Royal Bank of Canada
Hf.aii Office: MONTREAL.
CapiUl, $6,200,000
Surplus, $7,200,000
Tol.l Aaaela, $92,500,000
Established IMS*1-
SavinKK Bank Department, $1 will open an iccount.
Branchi* throughout Canaila ami Banking Connections with all parts of tti��
United aStatea.
Agents throughout the world.
H. P. WILSON. Manager. Prince Rupert Branch.
Skaana Und Ptatrit-t -Dtotricl ol Caaaiar
The   ol   Rail-ray   Commi-eionii*..   lor Taka notio thai I, Charlea Frederick MeUal|
       aining at  Prince  Rupert, ol Mtowaft, U. C, occupation freighter, inland to
!!tth day of August, l-'ll. apply lor permiaalon to purthaaa tha lollowlng
M*k in the forenoon lor Ihe dsaenbed land.:
rur-v aa   ant    ....              purpo***    ol    hearing    mailer*,    appliraliona,    or I orntnencine  at  a  post planted   on  tha  right
I.IIC1 M. MII.LMl.            complaint. HM ailh ih* Hoard and ��r��-ed upon bank ol lh* Naaa rleer about ala mllea ebovethe
L. Ilexman. Agent   tnp  pftrtiea   ,n��*,at. I   in   accordance   srith   the lorka of the Naaa rleer, thenee aouth HO chains.
Rule, and BagvkUOM >>l the Hoard. Ihence sraat N chaina, thenee north  ho chains,
I frC.���,,'" L{r'�� seTS! *"""ln'1*' f"��"��inr  Mid r22Tn* "Z\"b."\A*.  ai
left ..I M,-Nt>il Rivt-r ... chain, more or  lea. j.   ,-    on nr ,|k��ui the ',
to point of commencement, containing 101* acre* ,.' ln^ *,ouf n| j| o'cli-r
more or le.s. ~...������    -a    1      *  -    -
lly'llrder ol '���>��� Hoard,
A. ll  I'AHTWKIlillT.
I Hal* June 19.1911 ^^^m^mmmmmmmmmmmm
'ub. July 111. mil
Caviar   Und   l)i.lricl    Uiatrict   ol   Sk��Hs
Take notice that I, l.*muel Freer ol VUMOUW, ..    ^    . Ita i��*v ^1	
occupation broker, inlend to apply lor permi-eion '"*M ���-# ���'.**,���.,��� ,���. r.nada
to purchase lhe dearil��lr 1.1,-1.: .,,TZ,T,Zr>\  ,X>.l a\ lane  1911
Commencing al a post  planted ,,n the .hot*. Dated at Otlaaa Ihl. JHh Day ol June, mi.
in a northerly direction Irom I'ort Nelson lanmry
marked I- r.'s M. K. Corner, Ihence 20 chatna I ^^^^^^^m^mm���m^^^���^���^^^
BudWCiSer Beer, **f* aro nolo agents for Northern B.C.
Double OO Whiskey
Guaranteed to be 12 years in the wood before being bottled
Sole agents for Northern B.C.
Victoria Phoenix Beer
north, thence 20 chaina wett, thence 20 chaint
aouth lo hhnrr  line,  thence  along  the thore to
j point of commencement, containing 40 acrea more
' or leta.
Datod June io, r-i i ll mi i i   FRKKR
I'uh. July S. J. M. Colliton, Agent
| Hkeena l.and DtttHtfl   Di-trirt ��.f Ccatt Banire h
Take notice that 1, Alexander Clacher, off Dear-
horn,  Miitni'iiiH, oOMpttfOB   farmer.   Intend   !���>
i apply iOT pprmi^tion to purchate the followlnir
| deicrilied landt:
Commenrlntr at a pott planted at the tnuth
wett curner Of l"t MhdlatHvt '���t OoMti Kanirefi.
I tuflted about 11-1 mlle^ In a aouth eatterly direction from Breckenrldt*"" l^ndinir. markH A-
(*., north went corner, thnnrr ��..utT> wi chain*.
thenre eatt Wi chaint, thence north 10 chaint
more ur Irtt to tooth i*n��t curner of l��t MBj
thence wrut 40 rhaint morf <>r let* lo MVth wett
OOffftr '��f Im| :w>fi2, thence north ID --htint more
or |��m to -'auth eatt corner of lut WWi. thence
wett 40 chaint more ur let* lo point of commencO'
ment, contninfnK V-0 acre* more ur lett.
Donald Cw h^^, Aaeni
Date June 2nd. I '11
I'uh. June24th. l.'ll
Skaena Di��lrict     Diotrirt of COM) Range 5
lake  notice  that   Surah   K    Alton   of   I'rlnce
1836 1911
The Bank of
British North America
A Stronf Britiih B*nlt, with
Connecliont Throughout tho
Foreign Drafts
Agents in Canada for thc Colonial   Bank,   London   and   West
thence eaat 80 ehalna tb point of commtneemant,
containing 610 acraa more or leat
JVcretary   Dated March 2a, UU. CHARLES F. XI ETC ALF
i Pub. May 17.      Frank Sidoty Wright, Agent
Skeena Land I'ittnrt    Diatrict of Caaaiar
Take notioe tbat 1,   Bertia  Edwin   Badger ,'ot
Stewart,  B. 0^ occupation  plumber,  Inland  to
appljr  for permiaaion  lo purehaae  the  following
���IwrnU-l landa:
Commencing al a pott planted about one mil
north cf tb# riaaa river and about aaven mllet
' ab^TO tba forka of lha Nana Rirer uptlream,
Ibencw north SO ehalna, thenca eaat 80 chaini,
- ihence eouth SO chaina, thenee weat 80 chaina to
; point of commencement containing Gto acrea
more or laaa.
Dated March 23. UU. Frank Sidney Wright, Agt
Pub. Mar 17. 1
Skeena Land Diatrict���Diatrict of Caaaiar
Taka notice that 1, Jamea W'ebatar Eaplln of
Stewari, B.C., occupallon    auctioneer, Inlend to
apply for permlaion to   purebaaa   the   following
(kwrrihed lande:
Commencing at a pott planted on tha right
bank of tba Nana river about nine milaa above
the forka of the Naaa river, thence aouth 80 chaint,
thenc* weet 80 chaint, tnence north 80 chaint,
thenc* eaat SO ehalna lo point of commencement,
containing 640 acret more or lem.
Date-d March 24, UU. Frank Sidney Wright, Agt
Pub. Msy 17.
Skewna !*ond Dlttriet    Diatrict of Coaat Range fi
Take notce that Unford Sewell Hell of I'rlnce
Rupert,   11.  C..  occupation locomotive engineer,
Northern B.C. Liquor Company,
P.O. B��i 5;
 Good   Freth   Groceriet at   City Prices.-*
Wc have Fresh Lettuce, Strawberries,
Cakes, Peaches, Plums,
Apricots, Tomatoes and  Green Oniona
To of S.ctlona 5, 8,  7 and   8--W. deliver promptly-
our goods are fresh, at prices not to be beaten In the city
iii|,-ri   ,KT,ip,i-���n  numa.' intend.'"lo a'ppiy"ior     Iniliea      We linve stxrifll facilities     i'""*-"1" to apply lor permladon
', ',!'     ,n l�� I**-"-!""** the lollowlng "laaerllled    |lu*_,e���,���   _vve nave special laciiiiiis  | |ollowln�� dnerthed l.n.l.     .
lo purchaae tha
 ���   ] lolltmlng deacribert land.: j
Ci m. m .     , p,.MKl tl lh, NonBl for handling business with Qltal ' ...VroT^lTV^oC xttH'.xiZ %*V% \
wm corner UJ> Snalm aytfHy (tlightly no "''   ** '*   * * *       " ^^^
irom is,"nm;i^V,""��-7;r^J*1i!l,v(i,r'h'' Britain and foreign countries.
e��rVhinr,.,���""'."M* U*"*"-' v'lhJnw H.  chain,
eaal.  ih*nre ao ,*,������, ���,���,���_ th(I)pti   ���,  ���|JJ
wtfa   ma* MUSSALLEM & CO. m^j*
milsa distant   ���p.lre��mi In a wealeriy  direction
Irom Ihe lunetlnn ol tho l.lltl* /.imogollls Illver
      .���__������..       .nd the main /.Imogollta Illver. Ihence north 40
��e.i.* iii Vk"',':" ""'t' ^V""1 ,n chain.I a*s*��ii�� on rratirc, vjermany, e(l,|���., ,*,���,��� WMt in chains, ihence south 40
��<*��, ,w, ii ,, m!',' \h'n."L.40 .'h*"n" 1 South Africa Australia Nnv ���*�����������. <���"-""��� eaat 40 ch.ln. to po�� ol com-1 r.miaini" J!���,.-.""? '" P��al.ol com-!  oou'"  sAirica,    Aiistraiia,   liew     mencement containing ISO acn�� more or leaa.
Drafts   on   France,  Germany,
rr*d Uohler. Agent
Zealand   India   Thina   lannn m, 1 i'ai'ed J"M-^'i'��ll!''Vl'Nmiu)'sKWAI.I.liEI
ji ii.ii, nulla, i^nina, jap-in an I rub Ju|, , llao. R. I'ulnam, Age
West Indies 1-ouebt and sold.
ertac�� Rupert Braaek- NOTICES IN THE
t.bMM, oawa ' NEWS
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