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Twenty-four hours ending 6 a.m.,
July 20.
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VOL. II, NO. 162
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Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist ^ f7cror>        c-^/\
Prince Rupert, B.C., Thursday, July 20, 1911. PriciVve Cents
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
Prince Rupert, B.C., Thursday, July 20, 1911.
Tom Yilcarka Paid Heavy Penalty for a Hurried Trip to
Rupert Taken Without Permission From
Section Gang Camp at Mile 21
owing to a haze over lhe sky,
and either because of this, or
because they were not paying
proper attention, the men failed
to see or hear lhe approach of
the ballast train. The train was
not travelling particularly fast,
but the hand car hard driven,
met the engine full tilt.
Party Flung Headlong
Willi the crash the handcar
was shattered and the party was
llimg headlong lo the track. By
a sheer miracle only Yilcarka was
injured. He was struck heavily
upon the head, his skull being
fractured. Hurried at lop seped
into the city, he was admitted
to the General Hospital at 12.lt)
n.iii. Dr. Kggcrt was in attend*
aiiee, and everything possible was
clone for him, but he died at
3.45 a.m. Messrs. Hayner Bros.
inquest will be o|x-ncd at 7.30
p.m. in the |)olicc court room by
(ioveriinient Agent  Mt-Mulliii.
Brought into thc city badly
injured about the head soon after
midnight Tom Yilcarka, 40 years
nl age, died in the General Hospital
tliis morning at dawn. His in-
jurit- were caused in tragic manner in the gathering darkness
last night, when a balast
train coming into Rupert crashed
into ihe hand car on which Yil-
carka and two companions were
hurrying out to their section camp
ai Mile 21.
Stole Trip to Town
Without permission the little
pany of men had plumed to
make a trip into the city from the
i-.iinp where thc sec ion gang was
at work. They took thc hand
ear. ami hurried into Rupert after
Close on midnight they  started
out on the return journey propelling the car as hard as |>ossil*lc
in order to make gootl lime back
tn camp, Last night was darker
iluin usual  at  this  lime of  year
Three Launch Loads of Young People Travelled Across
the Harbor Last Night and Had Supper on the
Beach���Rambled in the Bush and Arrived Home by Early Morning
Nearly a hundred young people
wur in three launches last night
(<>r a picnic party with the Prcs-
hyteii.in Young Peoples' Society
i" Metlakatla bar, and had a
very good lime. The advance
guard, romposcd of the more
active spirits among the ladies,
lid the wharf at 4.30. By the
lime ihe main psity arrived, ii
couple of hours behind, the tea
*ai looking on the camp fire, and
srnuigements completed for sup-
per .ii ihe bench.
After supper) when everybody
had 'in- requisite smile, photo*
KM'lis were taken of the  |iarty.
In groups groups of two for ilu*
ni'-t part���die young people set
"If  f"i   a   scramble   through   the
to visit the flowers
and quietude of Metlakatla.
They   descended   on   the  quid
reserve with yells and shouts like
a bard of Indians. Many of lhe
ladies bore away trophies in the
form of floral Uniques!.
One L.l.'ixl group of half a
dozen |H-ople, missed their boat
al the wharf and spent from
ten till eleven o'clock in scrambling
through the bush in the near-
darkness lo reach lhe last launch
al the picnic grounds. The moon
was rising above lhe mountains
early this morning, just .is tin-
last launch arrived bsck at the
Wharf. The oiiling OVST the harbor   i i   lhe  eool   evening   was  n
thoroughly enjoyable one.
Dut ie��. to Attend to Gates Dur-
Ing Fire Outbreaks and Sewer
' y Engineer Davis has ap-
I"'    ' i��l lhe Mayor and council
' "i vo a man appointed during
nw drought to attend to the
* ' ing nf the sluice gales affecting the water supply in case of
���lri Colonel Davis recommends
|i'"" - Parks for the position.
111 proposes to have this at-
'"''������"" itaUoned at the fire hall,
'""l Uie him for a couple of
���l -* during the week to look
" r "CWer flushing, etc. The
''">' council through the Mayor
*����� and water committees
PUt this rceommerdaiion
"'''    II''1 May.
,N" m. Strarga and  Dagnsll
'"��� ""VS  Leen   for a   long   time
'"   "lows   and   efficient   cor-
'""��� 1" Uiis city arc leaving
A "ii an Impottsnt two
,"1' ���" Victoria. They are
Z ';"���;""�� '������<��� dty .altogether
'|"l return occasionally to
'.,,." '" '���������������r affairs here prob-
. ubout Christmas for the
nrsl occasion,
Largest Haul of Fine Halibut
Ever Brought into Rupert by
a Vessel Her Sice.
This morning ths staunch Iii lie
gasoline schooner "Old Maid" familiar as the craft which weathered
very heavy mas not so long ago
through masterly seamanship, has
arrived in Prince Rti|M-n
with a new record I" her credil.
She stole quietly into harbor
loaded down to the limit ��f seaworthiness with magi ilieenl halibut, the largest and luckiest catch
ever yet made on the Prince
Rupert halibut Uuiks. for a boat
of thc "Old Maid's" size. The
catch was made by the well
.itned exertions of I hi schooner's
enw under Captain Dan ROM
master of the vismI. ami was
helped to its success by the splendid weather conditions
News of this kind augurs well
for lhe prOSpSCtS of Prince l<li|�� rt
aB a fishing centre, anil SSSpOTt.
The wealth of the halibut banks
is yet to lie fully realised by the
citizens, and means a tremendous
lot to Prince RupSft.
An Intermediate Sentence of
from Three to Ten Years is
Passed on Seattle's Former
Chief of Police.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Seattle, July 20.*��� Former   Po
[ice Chief Wappenstein was sen
tenced   today   to   from   three   to
ten  years in  the penitentiary for
accepting  a   bribe  of   11,000   for
allowing   immoral   houses   to  operate   in   Seattle's   restricted   district.    A new  trial  was  refused,
so  an   appeal   now   goes   to   the
Supreme Court.
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Northwestern League
Vancouver 0, Victoria 2.
Seattle 14, Spokane 2.
Portland 5, Tacoma 1.
National League
Chicago 5, Boston 3.
Philadelphia 5, Pittsburg 1.
St. Louis 4, 8;  Brooklyn 2, 5.
New York 4, Cincinnati 2.
American League
Boston 10, Cleveland 2.
No other games.
Pacific Coast League
Portland 5, 'Frisco 1.
Sacramento 5, Oakland 0.
Vernon 5, Los Angeles 5.
Midland Valley Train Crashed
Through Trestle Bridge���Six
Persons are Injured.
(Canadian Press De pa ch)
Muskogee, Okla., July 20.���A
northbound passenger on thc Midland Valley Railway, crashed
through a bridge half a mile east
of Avant Oklahoma last night.
The bridge which was fifty feet
high had been wrecked by a
swollen stream. Reports are meagre hut six are injured.
To watch  the want  ads is to
keep practical.
City Council's Inspection of the Sources of Water Supply Took
Place Yesterday���-All the Aldermen but Douglas and Kerr
Stayed Away���Faithful Douglas Stayed With the Job
from Start to Finish---Work Will be Rushed
on  a Ten Million Gallon Dam
If downright  toilsome exertion Idescended   the   steep   and   joined
under   the    broiling   sun    means the excursion.
anything, then the Mayor and at Visited the Dams
least two nicmliers of the city Str.,ight ()Ul ,��� tJu. M()rs(, ,*,.l.l,k
council mean, business In the mat-jc,fflm8 thc cit>. ,.:n(,inecr Icd lhf
u-r of the proposed augmentation
of the present dty water supply
from the dams at Morse Creek.
With the City Kngincer yesterday
the Mayor, Aldennan Kerr and
Alderman Douglas made an in-
specdon nip from the Morse Creek
dams round the whole drainage
area tappid by Morse Creek, and
thereby Hays Creek along the
Imsc of Mr. Oldfield to the Hays
Creek dam and pumping station.
A representative of each of the
city newspapers sccompanicd the
party on the invitation of the
Cases of Cold Feet
All the members of the dty
council who could come were in
viled   lo   join   lhe   party.     The
City  Engineer was  psrdculsriy
anxious ih.'i Alderman Newion
should Ih- with them as Alderman
Newton's expressions of opinion
sometimes betray the fact thai
he gels his in forma I ion at secondhand and therefore less accurately.
The Mayor was particularly anxious thai Alderman Hilditch should
come, and indeed that all the
aldermen in town should make
lhe trip. But when the roll was
railed in the City Hall sid gaps
were evident in thc ranks.
The Delinquents
Alderman Newton sent word
that he could not come, but sent
a minion with u notebook; Alderman Clayton was unable to
Come, OthSf aldermen are absent
from town, and as for Alderman
Hildltdl, be reached the muster place at the City Hall all
right but on hearing the direction and extent of the trip flatly
refused lo have anyihing to do
wiih it in such hot weather. His
was a bad case of cold feet.
Martyrs  to Duty
The Mayor, the City Kngincer,
Alderman Douglas, staunch and
sturdy Sancho Pan/.i of the council, and the newspapermen only
set out from the City Hall, bin
on Third avenue at Seventh street
the stalwart form of Alderman
Kerr was scin on Borden street
and in answer to a stentorian
hail  from  Alderman   Douglas he
party. After tramping the ties
on the Morse Railway Loop, and
clambering over numerous stump:
the Mayor and his two trusties
reached the point just opposite
the end of Second avenue where
the  City  Engineer  proposes  to
place the pumping station. Here
only a very short length of
extra pipe is required to carry
the water into tlie city mains.
Next the party visited the first
dam. The City Kngincer showed
the parly how with small outlay
the dam can Ik- put in shape
lo hold back ten million gallons
of waler. When in use before,
ibis dam stored as much easily,
antl the creek was never known
lo go dry. A steady flow of
water is coming in now in spile
of the drought, and tasted by
all members of the party, il was
found cool and sweet.
Hard Travelling
Arduous travelling now became necessary. The City Kngincer led the way to the upper
dam, which may not require to
lie used, as the power one can
be made to hold so much water.
Here again the water was found
good and plentiful. Right on
now OVST muskeg, sunups, little
ravines, and fallen logs wmt the
party, outlining the whole drainage
area, and heading for another
abundantly How ing crick which
can In: turned into (he dam.
The parly made heavy going of
it now under thc broiling sun.
Now the Mayor would mount a
huge slump and leap energetically
to the next. Next the whole
party would be doing a tiglii
rope stunt along a log. Magnificently, Alderman Douglas stuck
to the trail.    He mounted mighty
Where to Go
Pictures antl Mimic, 7.30 p.m.
Pictures anil songs, 7.30 p.m.
PHENIX THEATRE, Second Avcuue;
Pictures and music, 7.80 p.m.
logs, and toboganned down the
oilier side of them. He balanced
himself on airy pinnacles of pine
roots, and floated in butterfly
fashion from them to the soft
grass patches below. The Mayor
made the first tumble, but his
little acrobatic turn was less spectacular than that of Alderman
Douglas a moment afterwards.
For an instant the redoubtable
Douglas loomed chubbily on die
horizon. Ill a second only his feet
frantically gesticulating, broke the
skyline. It was the Mayor who
sprang to his rescue, and set him
again on his way rejoicing. Alderman Kerr is husky, and in
training for the bush any way.
He made good time all the way.
Well Parched Party
Many a well loaded blueberry
sprig tempted lhe mayoral procession io loiter by the way.
Hm on pressed the party growing
thirstier and thirstier till the
city Engineer led them to the
shadiest and coolest creek of
all, right over below the far end
of Park avenue, near the cemetery site which was located
wiih interest by the Mayor. The
parched party slaked its sevenfold thirst with ice cold, and
ice   clear   water   here,   and   the
City Engineer explained to the
Mayor thai this creek which flows
abundantly, may by an inexpensive dam be diverted either
Into the Hays Creek or the Mom
Creek dam. This creek is fed by
the melting snows on Ml. Old-
field,     and     al  present     outflows
near Fairview.
On to Hays Creek
Slill making his Steady pace
the City Engineer strode on leading the party by the comer of
Omincca and Kootenay
along the banks of Hays Creek,
over the huge log strewn flats
where Summer and Winter st reels
are to be sonic day, and so towards
the Hays Crick dam in the woods
behind Comox avenue, from which
the present pumped water supply
for the city is drawn. The heaviest   travelling of  I'll  was exper-
Member of Firm of Foley, Welch and Stewart,  Gets
$12,000,000 Contract���Will Build  Road from
Port Arthur to Sudbury by October 1913.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Spokane, July 20.���Patrick Welch & Co., thc railroad contractors
of this city, have just received
word that they have been awarded
tlie contract to build thc line
from Port Arthur to Sudbury
for the Canadian Northern Railway. The contract price is $12,-
000,000. The length of the road
is 551 miles.
In their contract the builders
igree to have the road completed
by October 1013.
Patrick Welch of Spokane, is
letter known to Prince Rupert
readers as a member of ihe firm
of  Foley,  Welch c<  Stewart,
itldition   to  his membership
the   latter   firm,   he   is   head
the firm of P. Welch & Co.,
For row boats and launches
telephone 320 green. Davis'
Boat House.
Expected by the S.S. Princess
May this Afternoon. Wireless Message Made Certain
He was on Board.
Fresh from his great cx|K-r-
icnecs at the Coronal ion of King
George V. (ieorge I.eek will return to Prince Ru|K-rt this after*
noon by the Princess May. Enquiries sent by wireless from his
office in the city where business
awaits him, made it certain that
he is amongst the May's |>as-
scngers. George did not make
any statement regarding lhe Coronation, or the appearance of
the Royal sharer of his historical
first name, by the medium of the
Marconigram, and his coming will
be eagerly awaited by those "anxious to know."
Almost a Comic Opera Battle at  Montreal���German
Officer Criticised the Canadian Cruiser Niobe���
Took a Full Set of Admirals, Consuls and
Diplomats to Avenge the Slight
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Montreal, July 20.���Canada has
narrowly e raped being ingaged
in a grave national cause celebre,
owing to the audacious ard offensive criticisms which lhe sub
commander of the German cruiser
Bremen has passed upon the Canadian cruiser Niolie.
The Bremen is at present visiting at Montreal, and the sub
commander passed public criticism upon the Canadian Navy,
and jeered al lhe Niobe saying
she was unfit for war.
Ottawa WSS al once notified of
the affront, aid Admiral Kings-
mill issued a statement. It is
said thai war was threatened until
the German consul exproeeed his
regret   in   writing   nt   the   grave
breach of etiipiette of the German
sill.   I  ..llllll.lt   l|,   1
Admiral Kingsiiiill in another
Statement has staled lhat the
Niobe was not intended for use
as a warship, but as a training
ship to train Canadian hoys for
service in the Canadian navy
which Canada will build up.
Supposed Theft Case
Tin- esse of alleged theft <>f ISO
by a man named McNab from a
woman named Marccllc of Comox
avenue rami* up ln*fnre Magistrate  Carss yesterday afternoon
and was dismissed <<u lhe ground
of Insufficient evidence
City had Good Luck Yesterday
Afternoon Citizens Warned
Again to be Extra Careful.
Prince Rupert's good fortune
in respect to outbreaks of fire
this dry s|h-II continues. Yesterday aftemOOn two small outbreaks were checked by prompt
action. The first was in a hotel
on Fraser street beyond Seventh.
Mere an oil lamp fell over, and
lhe alarm was given the brigade.
Hul almost in ihe same moment
avenues | ,|)(, ,.(.sjdcnt*, managed to get the
fire out.
The oilier fire was a stump
blaie thai got out of control
opposite to the Knox Hotel.   Thi*
was quelled by the Fits Deport.
ty's good  luck,  and   the dtiscM1
prompt   energy   prevented   either
of   yesterday's   out breaks   from
Again, however, must Ik- emphatically sounded ihe training
to all to Ik- extra careful of fin-
risks   during   the   hot   s|m-II.     It
is unnecessary to anrlage upon
the situation.   We all know il.
Discovery of Correspondence
Asking for British and German Intervention.
(Canadian Press DespStdl)
Lisboni   July   20.-���A   sensation
has boon Caused here by dis an-
.'.iiiii cement of the discovery ol
a small coffer conaiining secret     correspondence     lie I ween    a
ment after some hard Work.   \\V
ler w-is si.iret   there, antl  in   the I Deputy   of   tlu*   Royal   family   ot
turn  OUt  to the scene   the  au.o-1 Porlugi-I    and    lhe    British    and
.mobile   was  delayed   by   un   ui-l German govi r-incuts.   King Man-
lenccd  here.     Ihe I ity  Kngincer L.  . ,    , -*,, , , ,i,��� ,���..,,!,,,���,.., 1....1
...       ���, '        .1 finished  street  corner.     The pOOrlUSl lOrsSSSMII  ilu* revolution  nau
red   devil   came   a   cropper   and tasked (or foreign intervention, of-
got  scratched,   to   the   great   an-lfcring as compensation a tract  of
tloyar.ee   ol   the   Fire   Chief   audi Portuguese  territory in  Africa  to
chauffeur.   Fortunately for PrincclGreat   Britain.    Germany refused
Rupert's business section, thc ci-Uhc intervention.
led on unconcernedly, The rest
followed tO (lie best of (heir
ability, Alderman Douglas finding
the t willingly   affect innate   at ten.
(Continued on Last Page.) THE DAILY NEWS
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"The newspaper, with the law, should assume the accused innocent
until proven guilty; should be the friend, not the enemy of the
general public; the defender, not the invader of private life and
the assailant of personal character. It should be, as it were, a
keeper of the public conscience. " ��� Henry Watterson.
Daily Edition.
Thursday. July 20
Copyright,  1911, by the Century Syndicate
Synopsis I by  which   I  obtained  a  clearer
Brenda Tregennis is found dead i impress of his foot  than  might
lir at her home in Corn-1 otherwise have been possible.   The
wet. sandy path took ii admirably.
Last night was also wet, you will
remember, and it was not difficult
in her ell ^^^^^^^^^
wall, stricken  dead with   horror.
Hit two   brothers,   Owen   and
Get rge an* found insane from her*
ror.   What has caused it/   Tlu* ���having obtained a sample pnnfr*-*
remaining brother Mortimer Tre- '*' P**��k out his track among others
gem il .'..IU in Sherlock Holmes to and to follow his movements.   He
investigate "the Cornish Horror?* appears   to  have  walked  away
Holmes questions Mortimer Tre- -*w'-"*>'  '"   lhc  direction  of  the
gennis dosdy about the details of vicarage.
the affair, but gets litde help. So,     "���''   -h<*'-.   Mortimer Tregennis
incompnnywith Dr. Watson he disappeared from the scene, and
proceeds to die scene of tragedy, yet ��me outside person affected
  the   card-players,   how   can   we
reconstruct that person, and how
was such an impression of horror
conveyed? Mrs. Porter may be
eliminated. She is evidently harmless. Is there any evidence that
someone crept up to the garden
window ar.d in some manner pro-
Manufacturers will Close Mills
Every Saturday This Summer
Premature Blast Killed John
Beckman and Seriously Injured Alex Byers.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Nelson,   lulv 10.���A premature
powder blast at  the Josie mine
of the Le Roi No. Two Company,
killed John Beckman and
urcd Alex Byers this
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Seattle, July 19.���The Shingle
Manufacturers of Western Washington announce they will close
their mills every Saturday during
the remainder of the year or
until the market improves.
seriously        ^^^^^^^^^^^^
Beckman's head was shattered
and his body frightfully mangled
by the explosion.
Coaat Range 6 Und Dlatrtst
Taka   notica   tbat   I    John   H��n,utn -,  ��,,
aumkalum,   occupation  (armor,  I ,   , , ,���* K"'
lor permission to purchase tho I.,!;,-.',. .,    SW-I
lands: '�� **>"**nM
Commencing at a post plant,.. s, ,���. .������.
comer ol Lot 3983, thencS sail 80 eM^V&S*
aouth 40 chains,  thonco wet lo ..��� , ,' .-J"*"
north 40 chaina to place ol comm,., ���,.,',.���,' **���"��������
BMra***5.   ��*n*m
Skeena Land DUtriat-Duirn.'   '
Taka noUoa lhat 1, Perry l*uo*i
Rupert, B. C, occupation proa|a.t:t.
"h won't do, Watson!" -said he.
with a laugh.   "Let us walk along
the .'litis togther ar.d search for
tlint arrows.   We are more likely
The Engineering News, one of the leading engineering journals
in the L'nited States has an interesting editorial in its issue of July .,, tir.d them than clues to this
13th, on  the proposed  reciprocity agreement  from an  engineering problem.    To let the brain work
standpoint.    As the headquarters for immense engineering develop- within  sufficient  material  is  like|<-*uced so territic an effect that he
ment in the future. Prince Rupert should l>e much interested in the racing an engine.    It racks itself
opinions of an engineering authority upon the subject.    The article I to pieces.    The sea air. sunshine,
in part says: m-j   -wtiei.ee.   Watson���all   else
will come.
"Engineering News is not a forum for the discussion of questions     "Now, let us calmly define ouri
purely political in character.    The question of reciprocal trade rela- position, Watson," he continued
tions between Canada and the  Cnited States, however,  is one of as we skirted the cliffs   together
economics, of engineering, of transportation and of manufacturing
industry more than it is (or rather should 1k-1 a question of politics.
"In all  thc discussion concerning reciprocity which has taken
place, nothing has been said concerning the geographical and topo
drove those who saw it out of
their senses? Thc only suggestion
in this direction comes from Mortimer Tregennis himself, who says
that his brother spoke about some
movement in the garden. That is
certainly remarkable, as the night
. was rainy, cloudy, ar.d dark.   Any-
"I.et us get a firm grip of the very ^^^^^^^^^^^^
little which we do know, so that on**' ��ho had ^ ****** to alarm
when fresh facts arise we mav be *hcsc P^P1*-' wou,(1 l>e compelled
ready to fit them into their places. t0 I,lacc his ver>' face aP��nM thc
Angus MacKenzie is not Expected to Recover���Accident at
Vancouver Park.
(C.inadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, July 19.���Angus McKenzic while working at the grand
stand at Hastings Park fell to the
ground, a distance of 60 feet.
It is doubtful if he will recover.
Montreal Carpenters Quit
Montreal, July 19.���(Special)���
1500 carpenters went on strike
today for 3"> cents per hour and
an S hour day.
..Whites Portland Cement*.
G. C.
graphical conditions which make trade between  the different parts 11 take it. in the first place. that,8,ass   ^OTC   nc   ��'u-d   "*
oi Canada .ir.d the parts of the L'nited States adjacent to them pa-""'neither of us is prepared !������ . dmit |There is a threc-fiH.t^ flower bor
ticularly easy and advantageous and trade of the different parts of diabolical  intrusions into thc af-
Canada with each other exceedingly costly.
"Few people in the L'nited States realize the extent to which
topographical conditions divide the Canadian nation into separate
parts, remote from each other, each of which finds its natural commercial relations with the part of the l'nited States immediately
south of it, rather than with other portions of the Dominion."
After pointing out the geographical divisions between the Maritime Provinces and the Middle Provinces, and the geographical
links between the Maritime Provinces and New England, and the
middle provinces and the middle states, the writer goes on to say:
fairs of nun. Let us begin by
rulirg that entirely out of our
minds. Wry good. There remain
three |K*rsor,s who have been grievously stricken by some conscious
or unconscious human agency.
That is firm ground. Now, when
did this occur? Evidently, ;i-
sumii-g his narrative to be true,
it was immediately after Mr.
Mortimer Tregennis had left the
room. That is a very important point. The prt-aumption is
that it was within a few minutes
cards siill lay
^^^^^^ It was already
past   their   usual   hour   for   lied.
"Crossing over to the Pacific Coast, there is a narrow belt of
territory lying to the west of the Rocky Mountains which is separated from the Plains district by nearly 1.500 miles.    Its natural I afterwards.     The
trade is with the  districts of  Washington and  Oregon, lying only!upon the table,
a short distance to the south. ^^^^^^^^^^ 	
"If natural economic laws had been allowed to work un-' y,,. they had not changed their
hindered, and if no higher tariff walls had In-en erected lK.-tween Canada position. I repeat, then, ihat thc
and the L'nited States than those which existed at the middle of the occurrence was immediatelv after
last century, an enormous trade, vastly profitable to lioth countries, hi*, departure, and not later than
would have grown up licrween each of these various sections of Canada eleven o'clock last night,
and that section of the United States Immediately adjacent. Toj "Our next obvious step is to
a considerable extent this natural growth has been prevented by ,-heck, so far as we can. the move-
die tariff policy which the L'nited States has adhered to ever since minis of Mortimer Tregennis after] Dr. Kergin s Return
the Civil War.                                                                                        he left the room.    In this there!    Although   possibly  Mr.  G.  R
"With  these natural trade channels thus obstructed  by tariff (,  B0 difficulty,  and   they  seem  Naden will Ik* absent in the Alice
walls, thc Canadians have bravely made the best of thc situation t0 \K abovc suspicion.    Knowing I Arm disuict for some little time
der outside this window, but no
indication of a footmark. It is
difficult to imagine, then, how an
outsider could have made so terrible an impnssion upon the company, nor have we found any
motive for so strange and elaborate at attempt. You perceive
our difficulties. Wat or?"
"They are only too clear," 1
answered, with conviction.
"Ar.d yet. with a little morc
material, we may prove thai they
'are not insurmountable," said Hoi-
m.s. "I fancy that among your
extensive archives, Watson, you
may fird some which were nearly
as obscure. Meanwhile, we shall
put the case aside until morc
accurate data are available, and
devote the morning to the pursuit
of neolithic man."
Centenarian  Dies
Leamington, Ont., July 19.���
(Special)���Robert Spooner. Leamington's oldest inhabitant, is dead
aged 113. He came to Canada
from England when a boy of
ten and lived in Ontario over a
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ere,
of course, conscious of the some-
what clumsy waterpot expedient
and have undertaken the creation of great national highways, l-oth mv nielhuls as you do. you w
by rail and by water between the East and West.   The Canadian
policy of government sudsidies  to railways and great  expenditur.
upon   waterways   has   been   practically   forced   upon   the   country
through  the artificial  barriers erected   across the natural   channels
of trade.
"Great credit is due to the Canadian Government and Co Canadian engineers for the work they have done in overcoming these
natural obstacles;  but no skill of the engineer, and n<> amount of. .
investment bj capitalists or by the government can make an artificial ^
track* route the equal of a natural one.  Thc development oi Canada, ���>
commercial, Industrial and agricultural, can Ik* fostered in no other Ja
way so much a- by opening die natural channels of trade and allowing  y
commerce to (low in them without restriction. 5
"It is true that the present reciprocity irtaty does not give com- (*
plete freedom of trade between die two countries;  but it is a long *
step in that direction, and with public experience of thc benefits of   <J
Dr. Kergin who accompanied him
the othir day will Ik- back in
town tighter on or lx*forc Monday
Two Suspected Cases Arrive on
Steamer from Baltimore
Phone 125      Niien Block      Second Ave
~=E.   EBY   ��).   Co.=
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
S. O. E. B.,S.
The  Prince   Rupart Lodge. No. 318, Son.  of
Enitlanil. meets the first and third Tuesdays   In
each month in the Carpenters Hall, at tl p m.
F. V. CLARK. Sec.
P. O. Box 812. Prince Rupert
��� "I l-rttit��
SSSlJBasT**" w -"ficia,"ii *tt8
Commencing at a poat pltQt* ��� vieimil,
ol Goose llay, about three-eight-< ol i ,.. ,2
of tbe mouth ol tbe Bo nam a ( .������* h ,-j JJ*
on tbe easterly boundary <>t l;nui Lib i\
36281 or No. 36260. thence KUth 10 cU,.\tilea,
the easterly limit of said Timber Until No j -v
or No. 362*80 40 chains, thenoe Nat to i.,e ihwsd
Goose Uay, a distance ol 4u <*��� uut nott ur !�����
thenoa northerly along lhe shurw nf t.i.u-* bay
40 chaini mor* or leas, thence mti |j |0 chaua
mora or laaa to point o( commem. ��� cocitumU
160 acraa mote ot leaa. H
Datad March 7. UU, PERRY QUEENAN
Pub. AprU 7. *
Skeena land Ditrict���District uf Qutta i.'hgrlotu
Taka notice tbat George FNsull ul Pniat
itupert, b. C.��� occupation butcnur, talaodl lustiuiy
lor permission to purchaae tbe IctlOWti.. . .;.Vi
Commencing at a poet planted ibo-it hv��
tniies weal aad two milea soutti ol tba .;...'<
Stanley Creek where it empties loM .s^
Harbor, Graham Island, tbettce no Chain sumo,
thance 80 cbatna weat, tbence bO ...j n(Jtlt,
ihence 30 chaos eaat to point ol TTT\mmnniH||
and containing t>40 acrea more .-*-..-..
Dated March 17, 1U11 t.l-.uu.. . t.i.L
i'ub. April 7. Numa Damn, AMI
Skeena ILand DUuict���DUtrict of 14...,-.. Charlotu
'lake notice tbat .Prank .Uu.ick ui <���..*���.*%,
OuU, occupatioa bookkeeper, .-.v.. . tu appi)
'or peruuaaiou to purchase the loU-Jwitig ac��cnut<i
Commencing at a post planled sUml mvh
miles weat and two niiiea aobib ol tne iui.uit g|
Stanley Greek where it empties into Ntdu,
Uarbur, Graham laland, theoce 60 chain* iuuu,
thence HO chaina east, tbeuoe ttO cn-sii-j nt-rto,
thenoa 30 cbaina weet to point .'. cou-j:.��ac��ii.ut
and contaoing 640 acres more or lesa.
Dated March 17, lyll. r'ltANK LLV1CK
-Pub. April 7. Nums u��*n.ers, A��-ta
Skeena Land Disuict���Disuict of Coast
Taka notloo that Glenn McArtuur d ..,.,,:.
H.  C, occupation real  estate agei.t it.tenoi te
apply for permiaaion to purchase tbe        --���*
described lands:
Commencng at a poat planted 40 cbaiu n7n
and 30 chaina aoutb ot the suuih����at curner of
Lot Na 1733 marked Glenn McArtbur ��� aurtb*
weal corner, tbence aouth 4u cnair-s, tunce eut
ttO cbains, tbence norlh 40 chains, -. . .. ��*��t
so chaina to poet of oommenccmei.t, ��� .������.-��
Ji.0 acres more or Ues.
Uated Marcb 20, 1��U.       GLENN UURTHUI
Pub. April lo, f. D. Uuu Agent
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Montreal, July 19.���Two suspected cases of cholera were discovered on the Elder Dempster
steamer Bendu from Baltimore.
Tho entire crew are detained at
Gross Isle station pending developments.
Rochester 6*
:r      Monroe
'-' Coal
'*       a\   '���  '-,'
-.:    Phone us
Will Preside over August County Court. Judge Young Goes
to Hazelton.
County Court business is adjourned during the absence south
of Judge Young. Thc court to
open on August 7th will be presided over by Jtidge Lambkin of
Victoria. Judge Young has to
be in Hazelton to hold court on
9th August, and afterwards will
hold court in Atlin.
n   AND ERROR   t=i
Fur and Skins
Tanned, Mounted and
Lined for Muffs, Etc.
Vancouver Fur Dressing Company
1813 Granville St.        Van., B.C.
Funeral   Directors
Srd Ave. near 6th St. Phone No. 86
Skeena Land District���Distnct .( Queen     -.-..-.���..
'lake nouce tbat Uubert u. Grew ot ...-.-
Kup��rl, li. C., occupation agent, intends to -.,,.,,
lor permission to purchaae toe Iouo��;t.g Otecnort
Gommanclni at a poat planted aboul ( 1-!
mice weet aud ball a mile soutu ut tue ... j:: d
auuley Creek where it empuaa into .*....
tiarbor, Graham island, thence eaat 40 ������*.-.4.
tnence north 40 chaina, tbence wwt -tu >.-.*.:*,
thenoe aoutn 40 chains 10 point ol c.*;:. ..<. ��� < .
and cuiusumng lt>0 acres mure ur i***u
Dated Marco 17, lyll. ULBLHT O. CREW
Fub. Apnl 7. Numa Demurs. A(t&t
Skeena Land Disuict���District o! Queen Cbsr.ot
i'aka nouoe tbat Catherine Harmon, cl it-t-t-w
Alberta,   occupation  spinster,   intends  to ���*.������;.
lur purmismion to purci*ase toe lutluaing d��criiea
-Lommendnc at a poet pleated abuut ���> 1-.
mils weet and ball a mile eouth Irom the moutt
o( ManU<y Greek, where it empties intu .N��a��a
Uarbur, Graham laland, tbenos 40 chains ��witl
uxmaem 40 cbaina east, thenoe 40 chains i-rx
thenoe 40 cbaina weat to point uf oummebOMMl
and containing 100 acrae more or less-
U"" *"*"��� ""cATUtlUNE HAHHbOS
Pub Apr. 7. Numa L>*m*ra, Aisr.i
Skaana Land Diatrtrt���DUtrict ol Quaan CUrkilu
Taka notioa that J. il. Aorvhy.ot VMiM
B. C, occupation commeroal lr*v*J*r, talaa-U
to apply lor parmiaaion lo purchase la* lailmuK
iloscriD��^i landa:
Commananf at a poal plant*! aboul �����>��
mil*, wot and one mile souin Iron lh. ma-aia
ol Stanly Craak. Nadan llaroor, lh��-io* a-��l�� *j
chains, lhanoa i��aat 40 chains, lh*ne* s-)JUi "
chains, thanca aaat 10 a    Ina. ���,���piiv
Usu.1 March 17, 1K1L 1. II. Ml ItPII.
Pub. Apnl 22. Numa l>��m��t* At"'
Skaana Und DUtrlct���Diatrict ol Cueist
Taka   iiolice   thai   1,   Thomas   Hlljium '
Stawart, B. C, occupation mln.r.inl.n 1 to ��PW
lor parmMon lo purchaaa lha lelioaitK iMcnM
lands: ..    mLA.
Commanclnf at a poal planted oo ll* ��l��
bank ol lha Naaa river aboul lour miles s *.,>��� us
lorks ol tha Naaa river, thence aouth ia) �������
tbenos wert ISO chaina, thenc* north w Wtm
lhanoe aaat hO chaina to point ol itmtattmmsm,
containing 610 acraa mor* or lea*. ,-.-���v
THOMAS MAlla01i1.il*>
Datad March 2S, 1911. Sldn*) Frank ��fa|M.A|i
Pub. May 17.
Skaana La-Ad DUlrkt���DUtrlct ol Coaat Rang*.',
Taka notica that Mra. I. C. Putnam  ol St
Paul,   Mlnneaola,   occupaUon   married    woman
mu-nila to apply (or permiaaion to purchaaa lha
(ollowing deacribed landa:
Commencing all post planted at tbeaouthweat
rner ol Lot No. 1733 marked Mra. L. C. Puloam'e
O I Sluma* Und DUtrict
Skeena Und District-District -f <��� ��g
Take notice that 1. Mra. John Curley o( I rmes
Rupert. B.C.. occupation married wanan. inteaa
to apply for parmiaaion lo purchase th* I**..*wiaa
dcscrlt-ed lends: . ^a
Commencing at a poat planled *u chami <a��
si.d I2u chains wuih from the s.mlh��*-l      r.raa
lot 1,33, Cosut District. Rang* ���. IS��   *
chains, thanca eaat 40 chain.. th**.,f<* n* tn ��
pham.. thence w*.t 40 chain, m.in* ��� ���   '   '"
Point  of  commencement, conuinin*.    -   *'���"
more or Ir... _   .,*a
MRS. JOHN iLotti.*' 00BLS1
Date Max. 20. 1911
I'ub. Apr. 4. 1911
northeast corner, thenca  waat 40 chaina,  thance   ... .      s t*m . s.s    rv, .....    I . ..*., hafi.'l
wuih  bO chain.'  thenc eaat  40 chain,   gg I **&��JfP**P****��&***lS.SSLTlSL
north 00 chaina lo poat ol commencement, con    ��� 1*k" 00,-��',tb,i. *S* *'.lW ,...,,.  lor
..i.i.. -inn .. l7.i  ' Ont.    oeeunallon   doctor.  Intends to  '11''^.
taming 320 acrea mora or leaa. 0"*. ����upailon doctor, 1n"nJ��
Datad March 20 1911.     MRS. L. C. PUTNAM , l��rrnia��lot.  to  purchaaa tba lollo.li-s
Geo. K. Putnam  Agan   "���><
| Pub. April 16.
such   commercial    exchange,   there   is  little   doubt   that   popular
sentiment will in no long time favor the tearing away of the rest of'
the tariff barriers. 	
"There is no more reason to doubt that the United States a-
well as Canada would benefit by such an extension of thc field of
trade than there is to doubt that it is a benefit to have no tariff barrier
to obstruct trade between New England and the Middle States, or ^r
between Illinois and Iowa, or between the cotton growers of thc South w
and the textile mills of the North.
"In the long run manufactures will develop in Canada to a vast i J*
extent, even if absolute free trade is established with thc United U
States. Under modern conditions, manufacturing industry goes W
where a cheap and reliable labor supply is obtainable, where climatic U
conditions are favorable, where raw materials are convenient of access, !*���
where transportation facilities are good. Csitsds's mormons WStet
power, its advantap* of water transportation by the Great Likes *���/
and the St. Lawrence River, its wealth of natural resources in forests, O
minerals and agricultural products, and its supply of intelligent **T
labor ensure a great future for the Canadian manufacturing industry,
regardless of United States competition.
Will our customers please notice that the Job Plant of the Prince Rupert Publishing Co..
formerly the Optimist Job, is now operated under the name of the " NEWS JOB. " It is
in no way connected with a company now soliciting business under our discaided name.
Under the superintendance of Mr.  S.   D.   Macdonald, our plant is turning out better work than ever
For high-class printing thai bat style and character lo it, see (be Newt Job.
Our prices are right too
Commend*,** at a poat planted a*
I waat comer ol  Ut 192B, thence ea.1 ��� >' ��"���
_._    .   ,_     .��� ��   mora or laaa, thenca aouth 46 dun. "'����� "J
     _ . _ .,���-,  -P1***"* ��' C"**1 ?*,!?���    ��� U>ance weal 30 chaina mora or le... ��� '    '    .".J
^ I    Taka notica that I, Clara May Utile ol I'rince   46 CDdni mon or |B��� w p0(nl vi t,        ...meai
���^Rupert    B.   C.    occupation  spinatar.  Inland   to ��� coomnin, Uu KrM ���,���,, or leae. .   .,lltg
O   apply lor  p��rmUalon  to  purchaaa tba lollowing u,tad March 31.1911    ELUO.M .**. l,,-*'w,li3
. daacrilwd landa: ..     Pub. AprU 16* |gs ClISI*" ****
^       Commencing at a poat plantad at tba nortb v
"K I waat corner olUt 1736, Range 6, Coaat Diatrict - -    ���-���
Oi tbence aaal 40 chaina, thanca north 26  cbaina Skeena Und DUtrlct���Dislrlct ol lass .,
I thanca  mat  31  chain1 Ihence  north  20  chains       Taka notioa that I FrancU S. IT. -i.' "'','���
^ : thanca waat 10 ehalna, thance aouth 46 ehalna to \ Rupart. B. C, occupation prospec''-   *'" "
^ ! point   ol   commencement,   containing   112   acrea: apply  lor  permUalon  to purchase tt-<
Omore or leaa. ; deacribed landa: ,    ,    ,  thra*
Dated April 4, 1911. CLARA MAY UTTLE       Commencing   at  a   poat  planted  J*W   [^
i I Pub. April 16. miles aoutb and two mllea weat ul 11.* <;'>'
the Whlta and Flat rivals, thence aouth -i en.
thence eaat 30 chaina, thenoa north to en..-.
thanca weat 80 cbaina. nnUTON
D.led April 20. 1911.     FRANCIS S. PBSSIW
Pub May 13
Skeana I
Taka i
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PHONE   98
Skeena Land District���District of Caaslar
Take notice tbat  I,  laaac O'ilrien  Forbea ol
I'rince Rupert, U. C. occupation carpenter, intend
to apply for permiaalon to purchaae the following
described lands:
Commenelns Bt * post planted about fiv mlleee
aoutb and one mile weet of tbe forka ol the While
aud Flat rivera, tbence north 80 chaina, thence
west 80 cbaina, tbence south 80 cbaina, thence
east 80 cbaina.
Dated AprU 18, 1911.  ISAAC O'DKIEN FORBES
Pub. Mav 13. Francia S. Preston. Agent
Skeena Land District���District of Caaalar
Take notice that 1, Swan  Hatle-n of Stewart,
B.   C.,   occupation   carpenter,   Intend   to   apply
(or permiaalon to purchaae tbe (ollowing described
Commencing at a post planted about (6) miles
1 south and one( 1) mile west ol the forks of the White
and Flat riven, thence 80 chains aoutb, thence 80
chaina east* thenoe bO chains north,
rbsins waat*
Dated April 18, 1911. SWAN HAU.KN*
Pub. May 13* FrancU S. I'rvamn. Agent
. Und Dietriet-Dlstrict ol C0��l !}���"��*
, not ce that I. Jo. Jack ol f^J/gfi
.^..in.ilnn   Mm*��nt*r.    nten.l   I"   ��V'  ' .
permission   to  purcba;
^^^^^^ the  loUowing  ���!�����""
ends: .    . .... *t. ,, �����.!
Commencing at a poat planled 2^*S35
one-hall milea dUtant In a south west*:;," ,h��t
Irom a blind alougb [rom Obeervatoi). ������ f���
the same toucnaa tha Indian Reservp '���'���'' _,,,
80 chans. thenca viith ��0 chaina. lb"'**** . ���,.
chaina, theuce aouth 90 chain, lo P"l-J ��' "
mencement, containing 640 acres more "/ '. j'.rK
D.ted April 14. 1911. ,LL
Pub. May 13.
DUlrlcl-DUtrict oliC-oasi Itan*^
that UttU McTavUh ol ..J��� ,,
iBtlon   married   woman.   lngSS**,
Skeena Und
Taka nolle*
B,  C,  occupation  married
Skaana Land DUtrict���DUtrict ot queen Charlott.
Taka notioa that Oaorg* W. Arnott nl Prince
Rupert, II. C, occupauon real aetata broker,
Intenda to apply [or permission to purchase the
following dancribed landa:
Commencing at a post planted about aevan
miles and one-half mile wost and ono mile aoutb
from tha mouth of Stanly Creek, Naden Harbor,
thenee w��*t 80 chains, thenoe south 80 chains,
tbence eaat 80 chains, thance north 80 chaina.
Datad Mareh 17, 11)11. QUO. W. ARNOTT
Pub. April 22. Numa Daman, Agent
thenca 80 I apply  lor  permUalon  to purchaaa lh*
daacribed landa: .....  iha narth-
Commencing et a post plantedI at " n���-,|i
west corner 100 chaina east and 20 cl �����}���.���,
from tha northeast corner of lot 11' '* H hllni
Survey, Coaat District,Range 6,lhpm" ��� (,|iinl
aouth, thenca 80 chaina east, thpnee )nl
nortb, thance 40 chaina waat, thenc' .���'��     ,,.
aouth, thence 40 chaina west to post
cement, conUining 400 acrea more of .'^.r^vUH
I about 6 1-2 miles In a soulh I
from Breckenrldge Unillng. "J��� ..^nina.
i*s* whs, .i��. .. -a..v* ��.. anvui. oi i-nnca i *f,awdl west corner; thence soutn t"  ctlBjai
Rupert, B. C, occupation married woman, Intend I thence east 80 chaina, theace norm :|1<a
to apply for permiaaion to purchaaa tha following J more or lesa to aouth east corner "i        wf,t
daacribed landa: i thence west 40 chaina more or less to . )n.
Skeona Und I )lsi rlrl   -1) l.t r let of Caaalar
Take notica that I, Alice M. Knouaa of Princ*
Dated May 2, 1911.
Pub. May 6.
rred W. H	
, Al'"1
Skeena Land District-District of CeajJ "("l'N,,,r"
Take notica that I. Alexander Clacli'''. ^ ���
horn, Manitoba, occupation   farmer.      .^
apply for permission to purchase th'* ��'
descrilasd lands: ,    , ,,,. ,fiith
pscrn*--., i.'diiia: . . ,p,nn
Commencing at a post planted, al ',* ���,.,.S,
west corner of lot 806.1, district of Ooaat  *�� ' dl.
sluate.1, ���--���-- --"* *-*",",l>* *
rectlon f
Q,, north
Commencing at a poat pUnted about two'milaB
south and two mllea weet of the forks of While
and Flat rivers, thance north 80 chaina, thence
east 80 chaina, thanca aouth 80 cbaina, thenc
weal 80 chaina.
Dated April 20, 1911. ALICE M. KNOUSE
Pub. May 19. FrancU S. Praaton, Agent
corner of lot 3082, thence north 2|> ,C,J", ,*,,.nr��
or leaa to eouth east corner of l"l,*"Lm,p.ce*
weet 40 chaina more or less to point of W"
ment, containing 660 acres more or '"'���  ...-|*
Date June 2nd. 1911
Pub. June 24th. 1911 THE   DAILY NEWS
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J GOODMAN. Proprialo*
From far-off Buenos Ayrcs comes
the rumor that chess fans in thai
town have raised a pursi���"fund"
they call it- -of 19000 to bring Dr.
Emanuel I��asker and J- H* Csp*
nblanca together for the chess
championship of the world.    Tex
Rlcksrd,   die   premier  promoter
of mining securities and prize
fights, is now in lhe Argentine
Republic, and some believe that
he is managing the proposed chess
This is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to Its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope ia expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
The satin evening coat illustrated above is a French model,
and is unusually elegant with its
lining of rose and ornament of
pearls. Revers and cuffs are also
of rose satin.
They Took the Original Owners
a Lot of Experimenting to
Find Out.
Cretonne-covered shoe boves arc
very handy. They come provided
wiih pockets for as many as a
dozen pair of shoes or slippers.
e e e
A few peas added to the dish of
creamed chicken, lobster or shrimps
are as pleasing to the eye as they
are satisfying to the palate.
t   S   t
A little kerosene added to the
water used for washing windows
greatly lessens the labor and improves the appearance of the window.
e ty e
In using the rind of a lemon for
flavoring,   remember  that  it  is
only the outer or yellow part of
the rind that holds the essentiul
When sweeping a room which
has a heavy, old-fashioned dresser
in it remove the lower drawer
and sweep under with a whisk
Lady Constance Folljambe Provides London with a Real
Lady Constance Folljambe, daughter of the first Karl of Liverpool
and half-sister of thc present carl,
who is comptroller of King (leorge's
household, has given England a
real sensation.
She jilted a middle-aged preacher
as he waited for her at the altar,
while a big and fashionable crowd
gathered in the church for the
wedding. Rev. II. A. Hawkins,
the would-be-bridegroom, is a fashionable clergyman of the Church
of England. Lady Constance is
20 and Mr. Hawkins is 20 years
her senior. Where Lady Constance now is only her relatives
know. She has flown. It: is
believed she fled to the continent,
when she left the Karl of Liverpool's house. Rev. Mr. Hawkins,
who was deeply humiliated, hurried away from London.
A big crowd of society people
filled St. Peter's church, Eaton
Square, the fashionable marriage
church of London, for the ceremony. On account of her brother's
position near the King, as well as
her own popularity in society,
Lady Constance's wedding was
to have been one of the events
of the season. The organist played
a voluntary and then waited.
Twelve o'clock passed; at 12.12
society people began looking bai k
toward thc doors. At 12.20 they
murmured and wondered antl questions passed from pew to pew,
but the bridegroom that was not
to be felt no anxiety. He knew
brides take a long time to dress.
The real scene of excitement
at this time was in the home of
the bride-elect at 14 C.rosvenor
Gardens, overlooking the grounds
of Buckingham Palace. Bridesmaids and pages had arrived, and
the dowager countess was dressed.
Carriages wailed in the street.
Lady Susan Liverpool, hysterical
with surprise and distress, called
all thc servants and questioned
When one o'clock came with
no bride, the Karl of Liverpool
could bear the annoyance no longer and quietly sent to enquire
the cause of the delay. Lady
Susan Liverpool had just learned
all that was known. In broken
gasps the mother told the news
that had been given her by her
daughter's maid.
"Lady Constance went out just
before 10 o'clock, saying she had
forgotten to buy something and
she has not yet returned."
Thc Earl of Liverpool, pale and
agitated, went to the vestry to
break the news to the distressed
bridegroom and, leading him out
by the vestry entrance drove
away with him to C.rosvenor Car-
dens. Mr. Hawkins had to be
carried to the carriage.
The King was represented at
thc church and it was to his
Majesty's representative that the
earl hastily communicated what
the others. Later the carl received
a telegram from Lady Constance
saying: "I am quite safe. I
changed my mind and do not
wish to be married. I left London
by train at noon."
Rev. Mr. Hawkins has gone
into retirement and denies himself
to interviewers. The home of
the Karl of Liverpool, near Buckingham Palace, is the object of
much interest to throngs of shop
girls and others, who amuse themselves by singing "Waiting at thc
Church"   in   front  of  thc  place.
For mil delicious Bread.
Dainty Biscuits, Etc, use
Robin Hood Flour
VW Dealer Has It
-General Hardware���
T Builders' Hardware
^ Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves
Graniteware       Tinware
Second avenue and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
Law-Butler Building      Phone No. 280
Prince Ruoert P.O. Box 351
of British Columbia of B.C. Ontario, Saa-
and Manitoba Ban. katchewan  and Al
berta Bare.
Barristers, Notaries, Etc
Ofllca���Exchange block, corner Third avenue and
Slxlh street. Prince Ruoert. 8
WM. S. HALL, L.D. S., D. D.S.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operallone skilfully treated. Gaa and
local anaathetlcs administered for the painless ex-
traction of teeth. Consultation tr**. Ofllce.:
Ildicei-son Block. Prince Rupert. I.-Vi
Alex.M.Manson B.A..,     W.K \V,lli��ni..n ��.. i.i.n
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
P. o. box zi
ri'i-ii. of wm. roxoN. Esq., a.r.a.m.,*i-on.. eno
SIXTH STREET prince rupert
G. T. P. Transfer Agents
Onlrrs promptly filled.   Prlca* reasonable.
OFFICE-H. B. Rocheater. Centre St.    Phona M.
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND Avs.
Fruit   :   Produce   :   Feed
H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave.
Phone No. 200 P. 0. Box 580
George Hodgson, of the Montreal
Amateur Athletic Association, won
the mile at the Festival of Empire, swimming championships held
at the Crystal Palace. His time
was 26 minutes and 27 3-5 seconds.
e e e
Articles  for  a  20-round  boxing
contest for the lightweight championship of the world have been
signed by Champion Ad. Wolgast
and Freddie Welsh. The bout
will be staged in the Vernon arena
on Thanksgiving Day by Promoter Thomas J. McCarcy.
tfc     *S5     1$
Here's a story of how Jim
Delahanty, Detroit's second baseman, was cured of umpire baiting.
After Del had had several run-ins
with the officials President Johnson called the Detroit man on the
carpet, "Mr. Delahanty," said
Ban, "the time is not far off,
I'm afraid, when you and the
American League will have to
part company. I'm not going
to spend much time arguing with
you, but I want to tell you one
thing. The next time you have
any trouble with any of my
umpires you will have played
your last game on this circuit.
You'll Ik- wise to pay close attention to this. I mean what I
say." Jimmy has been %-ery quiet
ever since, and perhaps will continue lo remain so.
e e e
At the baseball tournament at
New Liskeard on Dominion Day
Archie Burton, the Barrie twirler,
again demonstrated the fact that
he is the beat pitcher that has
ever appeared in Temiskaming.
New Liskeard played Cobalt in
the morning, thc Cobalt team
getting three runs off the local
pitcher, who was then removed to
make room for Burton. The latter
commenced a scries of strike-outs,
which soon subdued the Cubalters,
they not being able to secure
another run, and during the remaining six innings of the game
Burton struck out eleven players.
New Liskeard Iwtters succeeded
in making six runs during the
game, winning by 6 to 3.
e e e
Next day New Liskeard had to
line up against Haileybury, who
had an imported battery from
the Midland League. Burton again pitched for New Liskeard, and
during the game fanned out sixteen Hailebury batters, New Liskeard again winning by 3 to 1.
During the two games, sixteen
innings in all, only one run was
made off Burton's delivery, while
he fanned twenty-seven baiters.
Surely this stamps Archie Burton
as one of the very liest pitchers
in the Ontario leagues. Big league
scouis should see Burton perform
of they are looking for promising
material for their respective teams.
*.-   *.-   ���:���
"Ty" Cobb champion liaisman
of the Detroit Tigers and of the
American league, and Pitch-Lively,
nne uf Manager llughey Jenniiig's
latest  acquisitions, shook hands
wiih President Tsfl the other day.
The President has known Cobb
for several years and always remembered that he hails from
Augusta, (ia., where Mr. Taft
has spent many weeks in vacation
"Hello. Ty," said thc President.
"How's my fellow citizen?"
"Fine and dandy. Bill!" replied
Cobb, extending his hand.
Both laughed heartily.
Double Weekly Service
S.S. Prince Rupert, S.S. Prince George
Mondays and Fridays, 8 a.m.
For Stewart,  Thursdays  und   Sumluys
at 8 a.m.     Special   fare  on   Sunduy
limit.   $9.50  return   including  meals
ami berth.
as. Prince Albert sails for I'ort   Simpson,   Nans   River,   Masset,    Naden
Harbor, Wednesdays, 1.00 p.m.
and f->r:
Queen Charlotte Island  points,   Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service to Copper River
Mixed trains from Prince Rupert Wednesdays und Saturdays,   1   p.m.,   returning   Thursdays    and    Sundays
5.20 p.m.
The Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent and convenient service of luxuri'.UB trains over 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
j^^^^. B.C. Coast Service
���  Famous  Princess  Line
Tuesday, July  18th, 8 a.m.
J. G. McNab
General Agenl
... FOR...
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester
I w. j. McCutcheon ;���
Carrt** cotnplau alack of Drtun.   Special
altanUon paid lo Alllna prvacrlpltonB.
! Tststre Block phom no. t* Second Are.
Pbone 116
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
Ind Arc., mat to old office of Optlmlat. eell onlr
Bs-at mada In 8**ttle.   Fruit and Candr. wholr-
aalr and Hot*,I. X,. .1 (or llaah sis*,, al night
SAM CO WEN, I-, .|.,,rt.., Phon* .l'.i
City Scavenging
Mr. J. G. Weston announces that hi*
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 the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
J. P. CADE. N. G.
H. H. MORTON, Sec.
He sells Buildings      He sells Contracts
He has Houses to Rent
He buya Lota He builds Homes
Special Bargains in
Kitselas I,unds   Francois Lake Lands   Lakelse Lnntls
Hazelton District Lands      Bulkley Valley Lands
Kispiox Valley Lands      Porcher hland Lands
Kitsumkalum Lands, Sand, Gravel and Marble Deposits
List Your  Properties with Jeremiah H. Kugler
He buys Leases He loans Money
He has Farms For Sale
He sells Houses He renta Stores
Second Avenue, Prince Rupert, B. C.
President, Office Bearers and   Executive   Committee
Appointed at Meeting Last Night-Objects of
Society Explained by H. A. Robinson
Prince Rupert's own branch
of die R. S. P. I". A. has been
established in renewed activity.
At the meeting in the police
court room held List night, the
Mayor presided, and was elected
Honorary President. Dr. Reddie
was elected president, and \V. H.
Vickers vice president. Mr. Neil
McKay, occupies the position of
secretary, and an executive committee consisting of the following
members was appointed: Messrs.
W. E. Fisher, M. Wells, Captain
Hamar, Frank Kelly W. \Y. Law-
son, C. C. Perry and J. S. D.-idc.
Protection Not Prosecution
Mr. H. A. Robinson. Inspector
of the Society for the whole
Province, was present and spuke
of the objects of the organisation.
The idea is chiefly to protect the
dumb animals, rather than to
convict persons guilty of cruelty
to them. Mr. Robinson suggested   that   a   prize   might   be
offered  at  school  for  essays  re-
lating io kindness to a.iimals to
instil thf principles ot the society
into the children's minds.
Choose Advisory Board
The committee will choose an
advisory Ivo.ird on the lines of
the Vancouver organisation, and
tlie rules and constitution of the
Vancouver society branch will apply to Prir.ce Ru-H-rt for the most
part. All members of the society
are invested with (lowers as peace
officers, and all constables of the
city polcie force are similarly
peace officers for the purposes
of the society by virtue of their
Next \Vedr.cs<.lay the committee
will meet to attend to the resl
of tlie details of organisation, art!
a general meeting of the society
will Ik* held on the third Tuesday
of each month. Last night's attendance was a very gotxl one
all, thii'gs considered.
"The News" ClassifiedAds.
==0ne Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
Und DUtrlct-District olI Coast Range ���
, notice thst Alasandor Mcintosh ol Van
roal   oatate  broker
The Insurance People
i:\n-n class of ins. raxce. get ocr rates
The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
ph. :���-��� '.'��� Third Avenue and Fulton St
*-fr   ~�� II  ��|l   mms**t*��nttJk***XkW**M0*Ml �� "   ' "
(       Lost and Found       -
*    'ii . ���' ��i ... ii a .. a ii a i    i i    ' *    T
LOST-A Kokak: left on Mttlakatla wharf.
Kinder rewarded by leavin* same a*. Campbell '
dear Store. li^-tf
LOST-A bunch of Keys between Posl OSkl ami
Exchange Grill. Finder please return W Box
S.. News Office. liS-tf
dons of the thorny creepers there
rather conducive to profanity in
a man who has come out lightly
clad below the belt. But
11 - Creek dam w.
ll mishap, and
.!. rmah
i   reached
here   the
again imbibed freely.   Al-
Douglas   seemed    likely
Ramona is Back on Seattle,
Rupert and Alaska Run, but
is Too Small for Increasing
But was Very Nearly a Nasty
Accident. Case of Powder
and Steel.
to drink in the whole municipal
water supply, but just when the
Mayor was about to interfere in
the interests of the citizens, the
thirsty alderman raised his
head and the water level in the
dam ceased to sink.
Visited   Pumping   Station
LOST-Eye Glasses, in case. FinJ.*' plaan apply Morte H. Craig-, Arctic Studio lit-**"    I
FOUND-Eureka Cleaning nnd PreMir.it Company Men's suits cleaned and pre,,ed *l-l*0.
Ladies' sulu pressed and cleaned. Dry cleaning a specialty. Room IS Weslenhaver Bk-ck.
phone red -a. Ul-141
For Rent
Canoe for sale���20 ft. Peterborough In splendid
condition. 3 new paddles. API ll "a'" M..Daily
Sews before July 22nd. 159-ltt
3-roo-med furnished house; ,ir.k ur.d water.    Also
a two-roomed house.   Call at Ku'.ton St. and Tth
!    Ave.. Mrs. Dixon. US-IO
Mclntyre   Hall,   for  concerts,    entertainments.
i    dances, etc.   Apply J, H. Rogers, phone 116.
Furnished   Cottage,   modern  conveniences, for
summer months.   Apply-Mrs. Alder. Srd Ave..
opposite News Office. 147-1S0
. Six-roomed House to rent; modern conveniences.
Fraser St.. Apply Director. Cohen 4 Co,   l*3-tf
Take notice ._
SSSE I .S^^UTtaT-Sh* *
Irom tha soutUeat corner ol Lot ����, UM����1
c^meSent containing ISO .en*, more or teas.
Dated AprU 17. ��91A,LEXANDEB MdNTOSH
j Pub. May 6
Skeona Und District-DaStrict ol Caaslar
1     Take notico thai 1, PSTO 1'randa QjWjng
n| Stewart  B   C occupat on journalist Inlend to
s'pp""lo^iSimtalon to purchaa.  the lollowlng
dTomm.*S: at * P-t planted on the right
bank Tt lo Na�� riVM about aoven mllea above
tS lork. ol the N-a" nver, thence -aouth M ch-dns.
Since ����l 80 chains, thence north 80 ch-uns,
thiSce eaal So chains to point ot commencement,
******* MV��&rFl8p8 GODENRATH
Dated Marc 2b. 1911. Frank Sidney Wright, Agt
Pub. Mai 17.
Skeena Und DUtrict-piatr let,��' Cueler
Take   notice  thai   1,   John   Unwin ol   I'rince
Rupart 11. C, occupation laborer, lata nd tfaPPly
lor fssroiWoD to purchase the loUowing deacrlbad
lands: v
Commencing at a post plantedI about (n two
miles south ol the lorks oi tho WUM i��JH��
rivers, thence south 80 chaina, thence eaat 80
chaini, thence north 80 chaina. thanca wast 80
Dated AprU 18, 1911
Pub. May 13.
left Unk
uf hit no,
->r lesa
�� lets
-Small house, furni.hed cr partly furn-
Sute terms tc Box K. Daily N*ws.l40-tf
Ave. and Thomp-
���hed.     Phone 29*j
Steel was us*d very riskily by
a  powderman  in  the employ of
I Messrs.  Mclnr.is ar.d  Kelly  >i--
Today the well known  Pacific! terday with the result that about
Cc-is   Company S.S.  Ramona is one and a half boxes of dynamite
discharging mixed frieght at the1 went off prematurely in the shot
wharf including a latge number;hole, and the reck.v-* powderman
of lengths  of  sewer  pipe.    The ' was very nearly wi;nd off the face
Ramona is quite a popular boat. I of the earth.    He had thi
and   in   the  early   Rupert   days extraordinary luck   however,  for
did a brisk business.   She is still��� though   smothered   with   smoke.
doing   as   much   as   her   accom- dazed with the shock, and -
modation can comfortably under-', tered with small stone*ar.d grawl.
take, and is no mean steamer, but;he picked  himself up  and after
the   rapid   increase   in   the   pas-'a drink of brandy neat, wa** able
senger traffic to Alaska is >o great i to   get    back    to   work    again.
that the company have now made'i Mr.   Mclnnis  by  good   fortune.
arrangements to build a powerful j too. had just taken the gar.g of
new steamer specially for this run.! men off the neighborhood of the
The name of the boat has notlsho    hole,   to  alter   track  some
yet been fixed, but it is known! distance away.   He severely rep-
that she w 11 be a   large as the;remanded   thc   powderman   who
State of Cal fornia, and equipped was as black a*, the ac   of spade.'
in   thc   finest   modern   style   for antl  smelt as sulphurous as the
comfort, speed and safety.    The Earl of       well,   you   know
S.S. Delhi is taking a sha e of the where      All'i
With  a  visit
station  the  trip
the   way   there
line, just at the
to thc pumping
concluded. On
along the pipe
point where the
bush ir.'il gives place to a certain
plank pathway, Alderman Doug-
mysteriously    dis.ippe.ircd.'
Half way to the pumping >tation
he was  missed  by  the   Mayor.1
.,-.1 the hue and cry was at oncej
raised  to discover him.    Shouts'
loud   and   long   at   Urgth   resulted  in  a  far heard  halco   in
the familiar Douglas accent, from;
Commodious house, corner nil
son St.. furnished or unfurr
I    or P.O. Box .ISS.
Store* and offices for r*��nt. Ait'vDr. Mclntyre.
Third Ave., phone green .'.-. 12Mf
Neatly Furnished Rooms:  gentlemen preferred.
Apply Mra. Mullin. oxer Majestic Theatre.
Phona 2S6 If you want to re**.*, a house, furnished
or unfurnished, corner **th Ave. and Thompson
Street.   All modern conv.-.er.ces.
Coay furnished rooms. Mrs. Bower. Somerset
Rooms. Third Avanu*. t.-*.ween Seventh and
Eighth. 117-tf
C********-** '. ��*..i **a n .aa**-*.****-*** *.ii*.iia>iA
Help Wanted j
Do away with thia.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
New       Solid       Ladies
in Crocodile, Morocco, Etc.
Watches       Souveni.a       Jewelry
R. W. Cameron & Co.
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue.
Francia S. Praaton, Agent
Skeena Und DUtrlct���Diatrict ol Coaat
Take notice lhat Hume  Babington ol 1 nnc��
Rupert  U. On occupaUon maatar mariner, Intenda
to apply lor permiaaion to lease tha lollowlng
"commencing at a post planted about 100 chains
south o( the Indian Reaerve on the east sldo ol
Goose Hay on the eaat sido ol the peninsula thunce
north 100 chaina along shore to tha Reaerve line,
tbenee weat 60 chains more or lesa to Goose llay,
thence 100 chaina along ahore, thenca oaat no
chaina more or lose to post, containing MO acrM
pSdlttSSb 8, 1911.        HUME BABINGTON
Pub. AprU lo.
A First Claaa Housekeeper at once.
Apply Pioneer Uundry.
Good wager.
Tea. her wanted for the Port Simpaon Public
School. Salary $*-0 per rr. **.th. Apply to John
I Van*. School Trustee. Ragtag attainments and
enclose te-stimonlala. 1M-160
Dr. Alfred Poole Dead
Vancouver, July 20.���(Special)���-
Dr. Alfred Poole, a resident here
since   1S93, died   suddenly   from
heart failure yesterday afternoon.
Coast Con-
Wanted an Ukwrera.    An y Pact!
strucllon Company. Di��t> Island.
Girl wanted. Immediately, for light housework.
the deepest recesses of the bush.    Apply Mr,, d. Cohen. th.-ne 32-       lso-if
Presently the indefatigable alder. ���"���jm.-ffiJ"***^ ' ��� W4B,*d " Hldd"
Indoor Baseball
Quill Drivers vs. Brotherhood
Ramona's work now but is
keeping the outside route not
touching Ruper .
will, especially if it's a case of
monkeying with powder. (Hence
the term powder monkey���what?
A Rocky Road Ahead for Poor Printing
Every bit of good printing dons for your competitor
makes the poor printing- or the ordinary printinu
which you are ���'using    became you have it. more
certainly and inevitably harmful to your butinei*.
| |   ' For thia ii the day and the hour and the vogue of
distinctive, good printing.���And it does, usually,
cost somewhat more of course���in "first cost"
After that it doesn't  "cost"���it  "pays."   *.
Daily News Building phone 98 Third Avenue
man app< ared and i ��� vm r to
enquiries of the Mayor,
explained for the benefit of pr.**- *
and public that he had kept to J
the line of the cre\k for coolness']}
sake, ar.d had not gone out into *
the open where the afternoon A
sun broiled down. He w.*.- forgiven, and piloted to the pumping
, when* in limpid pipe-drawn |
11.-- Creek water the party celebrated the finish <>f ihe most
strenuous bit of work in municipal,
interests which ha*, yet been undertaken by Mayor or any councillors.
Will Rush the Work
Order-   have   U-en   given   for:
the dam t<> be repaired at M-������-���
Creek   without   delay,   and   the1
iton .;.��� of ten million gallons ,,i
water will   Ih*  effected  if not  in,
time to nullify the effects of the,
pr,-. nt drought, at least in time
to   help   the   city   through   ilu'
water' shortage due  to  frost in
mid winter.
cr~^c��rp*r Co.. (kw* Ha>*. Takes.s:Vadso Crescents at the Auditorium on
Thursday  evening,   July  liOth.
or Venture.
Poner Wanted
ApplrTa^t Rc-ma. 2nd *��. | g^ ^^ at g & gharp
a-^-*..^.^..^.^..���~*> mission 2&c.
Boarders Wanted       -
Oat   Meal   Cake
Three   cupfuls   of   flour,   four
few coay homelike rooms cheap to steady   cupfuls of oat meal, one Clipflll of
���*���-l.   King Ge-jr-r* Hol*l. 2nd Avenue. ,   t        .    ,      ,      ,    ,.
Hi-is* j sugar,  one  cupful  of  lard,  half
teaspoonful  Of  soda  ar.d  buttermilk enough to roll out.
For Sale t
Before buying your Stove or Rang* ace A. J.
Galland. McBride and Tilth Ave. Cook stoves
from 111. 129-lm
Rich Lemon Cream Pie
Heat a quart of milk and :
into it one-third  of a cupful
First class Rooming H*uae. ten rooms, house-
keeping and slngl*. newly furnished.     Price   cornstarch Wet Willi a little cream
laTssi.     For terms apply owner on  premises.
Drexel Rooming House. 2nd Ave.
Business   Chances
..^n in. nan.iii an an > ii*a.i^
Good money tn Moving Pictures. Wanted-A
party to start moving picture ahow In Prince
Rupert. W rite me f.-r particulars. H. Davis.
Watertown. Wis. 137-wl
Fire Insurance
Skeena Und Dislrict���Diatrict of Casslar
Take   notice   that   1,   Charlea   M.   Knouae   o
Prince Rupert. B. C, occupation [armer, intond
to apply lor permiasion to purcbaae the loUowing
described lanoa:
Commencing at a poat planted about 13) tliree
milea aouth and l'2) two milea weat ol tha lurk, ol
White river and Flat rlvar, thance aouth 80 chaina.
thenoa weat 80 chains,  thenca  north 80 chaina.
ihence east 80 chaina.  ���.,���*.
Dated April 20, 1911.     CHARLES M. KNOUbt
l-ub. May 13. Francia S. Praaton. Agent
Skeena Und District���District ol.Coaat Range b
Taka not oe that 1, John Ivan Potersof Prince
Itupert. B. C, occupat on clerk, intend to apply
(or permiaalon to purchaae the lollowing deecr-bed
Commencing at a poat planted about three an
one.ball milea distant n a aouth westerly d rect on
Irom a bUnd alough Irom Obaervalory Inlet where
the aama touches the Indian Reserve, thence
weat 80 chaina, thenca north 80 chains, thence
aaat 80 chaina, thence south 80 cbaina to point o
commencement, containing 640 acres more or leaa
Dated April 14.1911. JOHN IVAN PETERS
Pub. May 13.
Coast Land District -District of Skeena
Take notice that 1, Paul Brendlcr, of
Porcher Island, occupation farmer, intend to apply for permission to lease
the following foreshore: Commencing
at a post planted about 12 feet from the
location post of lot 1301 on Porcher Island, thence in a southerly direction
following h,gh Water mark ISH) feet;
thence west to low water mark; thence
northerly following low water mark
1200 feet; thence east to point of commencement.
Dated March 7, 1911.
First insertion March 11
Skeena Und Diatrict���Diatrict ol Coast Range &
Take notice that Grace McTavish, ol Vancouvar,
B. C, occupation married woman, tntcDds lo apply
(or permi-suon to purchaae the foUowing deacribed
Commencing at a post planted at the aoulhweal
corner 100 chaina eaal and 20 chains nortii ol
lha northeaat corner ol Ut 1116, Harvey'a Survey
Coaat DUtrlct, linage 5, thence 40 cbaina eaal
thance 80 chains north, thance 40 ehalna weal,
thance 80 chaina aouth to poat of commencement
containing 320 acres more or leas.
Dated May 2, 1911. GRACE McTAVlSH
Pub. May 6. Fred W. Uohler. Agent
Skeena Und Diatrict���Diatrict ol Caaslar
Taka notice that 1. James Dunlop of I'rince
Rupert.   B.  C,  occupation   teamster,  intend   lo
apply  lor  permlasion lo  purchaae tbe (ollowing
described landa:
Commencing at a post planted about two mllea
aoulh ol the (orka of the White and Flal riven,
thence north 80 chaina, thenca waat 80 chains,
Ihence south 80 cbaina, thence east 80 chaina.
Dated AprU 18, 1911. JAMES DUNLOP
Pub. Mav 13. Francis S. Preston. Agent
Skeena Land District-District of li,  , n
Take notice that Percy M. Mil:..- ...'. u""-'������ i
pert. B.C.. occupation Civil Eb*K ', ,"?.-������'���
apply fur permission to purchaa,. ,ii.. , ii 1��
described lands: ' '"""'lag
Commencing at a post planted oi. ih<
of McNeil River at north west i-u
R. V., thence east 20 chains mure or 1.
erly boundary of timber limit Ml   Ju ,,B*
40016) thence northerly folio*, ing
boundary of timber limit t�� chum
to north west corner of said ti,ntH.
westerly 20 chains mure or Wss t,, i���f. i,."'i"*l
McNeil River, thence southerly t,.'l���i,t     ?
left bank of McNeil River 60 chair   I
to point of commencement, containing i
more or loss.
PERCY II, Mll.i la;
Hate June 19.1911 *' ''''" "       '" <
Pub. July 19.1911
Caaaiar   Und   District���District   .;       ,,.
Take notice that 1, Lemuel Knar ol \ . ,',.'*
occupation broker, intend to apply (v.r ���., .���illusion'
to purchase the (ollowing desribedr lurrl.
Commencing at a poal planted nn ..... ,.._
In a northerly direction from l'ori N., i ,r. ���
marked L. K.'s S. E. Corner, thence .' riutu
north, thenee 20 chains west. Umbo rrsins
south to shore line, thence a!,,,,,* ,,., .. ,^. yL
point ol commencement, containing lu a. r.. mor.
or loss.
Dated June 10,1911 LEMUEL IItviu
Pub. July 8. J. It, CouSon, Km
Skoena Und District���District ol Coaal ���.*������, 5
Take notce tnat Llnlord Sewell Hull ���( i>r,nn
Rupert. B. C. occupation locumutiv,. .r.^inwr
Intenda to apply lor permission to purekaN <hi
(ollowing deacribed lands:
Commencing at a post plant.nl on the nonh
bank o( the Zimogotilg Itiver about n.n.. n
milea distant (upstream) in a westerly ilin-ction
(rom the junction of the Little 7.im,],*i,iiu Kivvr
and the main Zimogolitx River, lh*Ma i.orth lu
chaina, thence weat 40 chains, lli.-ina ...ntlt lu
chaina, Ihence east 40 chains 10 poal ,: commencement containing 160 acre, more or l,*as.
Dated June 7, 1911. L1NFURD BBWALL HELL
Pub. July 8. Geo. R. Putnam, Aimi
Skeena Und District���Diatrict ol Cassiar
Take notice that 1, Charles Frederick Mstcsl|
ol Stewart, B. C, occupation freighter, intend ta
apply (or permlasion to purchaae tin* luiiowiag
deacribed landa:
Commencing at a post planted on th. right
bank ol tba Naaa river about *ii mile. abov. ths
lorka ol lha Naaa river, thenoa south .ao cliaina.
thenoe weet 80 chains, Ihence north .ao ctisiu,
thenc* eaat 80 cbaina to poinl of comniencefflsol,
containing 640 acrea more or leas.
Dated March 25, 1911. CHARLES F. UCTCAIi
Pub. May 17.      Frank Sidney Wright, Agent
THE Bnt:,h 1'r.ion and National Fire  Insurance .   . ,
Compar.)  ..I  Ur.d.n.   England,   with    capital   CoVlT  It   Willi   a   mcrillgUC  made
S** us for rates.     Th* Mack '
t -tr
Let this get hot stirring all the
while.    Beat up the yolks of five
with  five  tablcspoonfuls of
,   then   add   the   milk   and
to this. Cook together for
one  minute  after   they  come  to
thp    simmer*      remnvp    from    1 he   aouth and ill)"two mliae waist ol tba (orks ol the
itnc   simmer,     rimovc   irom   ine   ^yj-, aj-aTltt ihw*, tt-aoaa SO skate mmE
fire and add the grated rind and|gjg*ff^jfflliy>' "���"" '" ,IJI < -"������������
Strained  juice  of  a   large  lemon.
Hake in open shells of puff paltry,
1 and as soon as the custard is set,
Skaena Und Diatrict���District ol Coast
Taka  noUce that  I,  William Jubn Corley ol
Prince Rupert, B. C, occupstlon rancher, tauad
to apply lor permiaalon to purchase the toUomag
deacribed landa:
Commencing at a poal planled at lhe southewt
corner ol Lot 3063, Itange b, Coast Dutr.ct, thencs
aouth 20 chaina. thenca eut 40 chains. Ihenet
nortb 20 chaina. thenee waat 40 chains to pout
o( commencement, containing 80 acres, mors or
u7ied April 8.1911.    WILLIAM JUUN CORLEY
Pub. April 29.
Skaana Und District���Diatrict ol 1 ......
Take notion lhat WUliam Frederick Cam-**-*.
ol Princa Rupert. B. C, occupatioa earpeuar,
ntenda to apply (or permiaalon to purchase tha
lollowlng daacribed landa:
Commencing at a poat planled aboul Una
mil.** aoulh ot tho (orka o( the Whit* and Flat
rivera, thance aouth 80 chaina, ihenc* ����st U
chaina. thence north 80 ehalna, thne* mil tt
Dated April 18, I'Jll.
Pub. May 13. Francia S. Treaton, '.-���
Skeena Und Diatrict���District ol Csaslai
Taka notica that I, Utenlon Jordon Moon al
Prince Rupert. B. C..occupation contractor.tnlsag
to apply for permiaalon to purchaM th* IgDeftiag
deacribed landa:
Commeaclng al a poat planled aboul -ll tun
milre aouth and (2) two mllea wait ul Ihe lorn
ol White and Flat rivera, Ihence B0 chains bk-U
thance 80 ehaina weal, ibence 80 cbaias north,
thance 80 chaina eaat. .._�����.
Datad AprU 20. 1911. Francia S. l-natea. Agsel
Pub. May 13.
Skeena Und DlaUlet-Dlatrict ol Caaav
Take nolice lhat I, Allred Kyle ol Prince Rr
pert,  B. C,  occupation *l*ctrlelan. intra! t*
apply  lor  permiaaion to  purchaae the loUewlat
deacribed landa:
Commencing al a poal planled aboul ll law
milt* aoulh ol ihe lorka el the Whit* and Fist
tbenc* 80 chaina aoulh, lh*nos W CUiu
thence 80 cbaina north, thenca St   Ban*
Dated April IS. lull.
Pub. May IS.
Francia S l*r*.ton. Agial
Skeena Und DUtrlct���Diatrict ���( Caaaiar
Taka  notice lhat  I,  Mary  Carin ol Stewart,
B. C, occupallon married woman, Inlend 10 apply
(or permiaaion 10 purcbaae tha loUowing deacribed
Commencing at a poat planted two 12) milea
thance 80 <
Dated April 20, 1911.
Pub. May 13.
Francia S. Preaton, Agent
Skeena Land Dislrict���DUtriet ol Coast XXaia. I
Take notice that I, Frank HicW. ..I Port taring-ion,  occupaUon  merchant,  lnt*nd 10 WW
(or permiaalon. o purcbaae the (ollowing d-*cnB*l
Comnwncing at a poal planted on I-* ������*{
bank ol the Eachuraaika River and shoal mi
milre 'mm iu coniluence with th* *�����������*�� IU.*��.
thence 60 chaina wset, thence 80 eh��,r.i M
ihenee 90 chaina east, ihence aouth W ttu*
to point ot commencement, containing tin ou��
IHIed"^^!. llll. FRANK 1UC��
Pub. April II.
Skaana Und DUlrict-DUlrict ol Coaal
Taka nolice Ibat WUliam McTavUh <i *����"��
ver, B. C. occupation physlcUn. Intends 10 *m
lor permUalon 10 purchaae the lolloaitg d*san"
* Commencing at a poat planled al tb* ���"���"���J*;
corner. 40 chaina north and 40 chain, east ejiae
northeast corner ol Lot 1116. H��'"> ��� **9
Coaat  DUtriet, Range ��. Ihenc* t" ��� ",
Ihence 60 chaina north, thence 60 cl.s'���������*���";
Ihence 60 chaina aoulh 10 poat ol comm.i.twa"
containing 360 acre* mor* or lea*. r.t'iall
Fred W. HoMrf. AS"1
l)at*.l May 2, I'll.
Pub. May 6.
Skeena Und DUtrlct���DUlrict ol Coaat
Take  notice that  1,   William  Melville Corley
ol   Toronto,   Ontario,   occupation   clerk,   inund
��� '. SM ������ ���
Realtv and Insurance Comnanv.
Pantorium Piomer Cleaners. 'Phone 4 ������������~-~*~*~~-~
BlldweiSer Beer, We are sole agents for Northern B.C.
Double OO Whiskey
Guaranteed to be 12 year? in the wood before being bottled
Sole agents for Northern B.C.
Victoria Phoenix Beer
Good Things to Eat
That will break the
table monotony at your
house can be found at
our store. Every boat
from the south brings
us Fresh Fruits, Fresh
Vegetables and N e w
Groceries.       :       :
Real Estate
You can save V*c a day.     We can eel! you good
loU for Sflc a day     Phone 206 and let us join '
fore*..   H. F. McRae A Co. 1 "���'-', .'
the whites of lhe eggs beaten stiff
with three tabletpoonfull of sugar,
brown lightly and serve cold.
,f   ol   Toronto,   Ontario,   occupation   clerk,   Inund I Prince Rupert, B.C.. occupation res. ��""*J*IC
{ to apply lor permUsion to purchase tha lollowing | Intenda tn apply for permission lo pur.hai* u
Skeena Und Diatrict-DUtrict ol Coast UM* *
Take notice   that I. J. Lorne  Ma.U"�� ��
Prince Rupert. B.C.. occupallon res.. - IM
deacribed lands:
Commencing at a poat planted at tha northwest
. corner ol Lot 30o5 Rang 6, Coaat District, Ibence
last 60 chains, thence north 40 chains, thance weet
L0 chaina to HeU'a Gat* alough, thance along
slough southerly to point of commencement, containing 160 acraa more or leaa.
... si
Dated April 6, 1911.
Pub. April 29.
Northern B.C. Liquor Company.
Plan.  Na.
PO. Bai S77
Ideal Provision House
Third Ave . n*ar I th St.
Phone 190
The Continental Trust Co., Ltd.
WM. T. KERGIN   MD, President DAVID II. HAYS. 1st VicePres.
I AY Ktirt en   cM '   HOBW, 2nd Vice-Pies, and Manager
IAY KUGLER. SecreloryTreosurtr C. B   PETERSON. /Issl.Monog.r
^tolVtoauiST'''' ft!!1* *" A"l*n" F��"�� L""*' **i M<""
"K" A""2'   ,     J'""�� Registrar and Transfer Agent
Safe Deposit Vaoll aZiZ,"*** M��"la" *" D"J> * T-*"'
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. 4 per ������.. on D.po.���.
W. .,��� b. hi��� to answa, ^J^^^^S^rr,^ In Prince Ruper,
2 cleared nnd level loto, with house, on
9th Ave., for sale an owner Is leav-
in�� the city.   Good  terms.
T��k# notice that the partnership consiitinff of
John L��vitPt and Berr>m��n Bait William*, carrying on a frmcery and general merchardi��e buii*
n#a*�� in the city uf Prince Rupert. In the Province
nf Hritiah Columbia, under the name of "Lengett
6 William*" urn dlviolved on the 13th day of
July. 1911. All accounts owing to the partner-
��hipar��tobepai<l to the aald Alfred Berry man
Batt William*, who alio assumes all llabilltlei of
the partnerihio.
mm at Prince Rupert this 13 day of July.1911.
Skeena Land District���DUtrlct of Camiar
Taka noilos that I, Jamea Webster Eipttn ol
Stewart, B.C., occupation    auctioneer, inund to
spply for parmlnion to   purchaae   the   following
d*<ecribed lands:
Commencing at a pott planted on the right
bank of tha Naaa river about nine miles above
the forks of the Naaa river, thence south 6Q chains,
thenoa weet 80 chains, thence north 80 chains,
thenoe aast 80 chaina to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or leas.
Dsted March 24, 1911. Frank Sidney Wright, Agt
Pub. May 17.
Skeena Land District���District of Casslar
Take notica that 1, Sydney Flttgerald ol Stewart,
| B. C, occupation cook, Intend to apply for permission to purchaae the following deacribed lands
i     Commencing at a poat planted about Avt mile
, south and one mile of the forks of White
I and Flat rivers, thenc* south 80 chains, thence
weat 80 chains, thenca north 80 chains, thenc*
esst 80 chains.
, Dated AprU 18, 1911.   SYDNEY FITZGERALD
I Pub. May 13. Francis S. Preston. Agent
Skeens Und District���District ol Coast Range*
Take nolice tbat I, Charles A. Vaughau of
Prince Kupert, B. CL occupation merchant, InUod
to apply fur permlasion to purchase lb* following
dencribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the aoulh
bank of Exchunuiks River and about lour miles
(rom Ita coniluence with the Skeena Kiver, thence
80 chains aast, thence 80 chslni north, thence 80
chains wast, thence 80 chains south lo point ol
commencement, containing 640 scrsa more or lea*
Dated April 21, 1911 CHARLES A. VAUGHAN
Pub. April 29.
Skeena Land Diatnct -Dutrict of Coast Rang* G
Take notie* that I. Lionel Kingtlay of Vancouver,   B.  C, occupation   miner,  intend  lo  apply
for permission to purchaa* th* following deacnboil
Commencing at a post planteJ near lho south-
wwt comer of Lot 99J, Itange 6, Cout District
thence west 40 chains, thenca soulh 60 chaina,
thance oast 40 chains, thenoa north 60 ehalna to
point of commencement.
Dataed March 24,1911.        LIONEL KING5LEY
I Pub. April 22.
Skeena Land District���District of Cosst Rang
Box 767 Pattullo Block
The  Continental  Trust  Company.   IJmited   ��cow�� *>
AVKHtlB . .
rt *t   a.i
Callmen Wanted
1 mm***mm*efS��2S3*. HgUjI If ��h�� Chief of
22,,\22 \"o.'l^.Mop ... Jul, wo,, mn, ,���, ,h,
m^llT,' "���""!"'""'*     Rh'"''*1 permanent fir*.
HT.a     fr*l'"re.| ih^r will be eh.-a*n Irsm ��n,n*,.
^;��=wr.is .et-r-isstfSS ,rml" XX:
!     Seated   ten den  addreneed   to  the  undersigned
and en'lor*"-'! "Tender for Public Building, Revel
] stoke, B. C ." will  '���*��� received until 4.00 p.m.
I nn  Monday, July 24,  1911, for the construction
of a Public Building at Revelntoke, R. C.
|     Plans, upeciflcation* and form of contract can
' be seen and form* of tender obtained on appll-
i cation   at   the   office   of   Mr.   Wm.   Henderson,
I frwident  architect,   Victoria,   B.  C,  at the  Post
| Office, ReveMnke, B. C, and at thin Department. I
Persons   tendering   are    notified   that   tender*
will not he considered unlew made on the printed
forms   supplied,   and   signed   with   their   actual
Mignsturm,  stating  their  occupation*  and  place* ,
of residence.    In  the case of Arms,  the actual
���������.-��� ->������<���������. the nature of the occupation and place
of residence ot each memlier of the Arm must be
Esch tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a chartered bank, made payable
��� to the order of the Honourable the Minuter of
Public Work*, equal tn ten per cent (10 p.c.) of
the amount nf the tender, which will lie forfeited
if the per*nn tendering decline to enler into a
contract when called upon to do so. or fail to
e-otnpletP the work contracted for. If the tender
be not accepted the cheque will be returned.
The Department does not bind Itself to accent
the lowest ot any tender.
By order,
;. Stikine Land District     DiMrict of Caviar
,     Take notio* tbat I,. J. Hir-ofd McKesn of" PiToe     n^PJHKtf! C.hri*ti��nnA- ?SM ffifift
Rupert, B. C, occupat on blackam th. intend tO   &^L,��S2r2225^^^^��2^J**fft
spply  for  permasion   to  purchate tbe  following     "JTrmi*,lon t0 Pu"haa* tbe following de-scr.bed
! deacr bed Unds: I l*'"s
Commenctng at a pott planted about three and
one half miles d slant in a aoutn westerly citreci
from a blind slough from Ubaervaiory Inlet where
the aama touchea the Ind an Reserve, thenc* west
80 chains, th*ne* south 80 cha ns, thenc* cast 80
chains, thance north 80 cha ns to po nt of com
mencement, containing 640 acrea more or leas.
Dated Apr I 14. 1911.       J. HAROLD McKEA
Commencing at a post planted about thre*-
quarters of a mile north east from Glacier Riffi*
and on tb* *ast bank of Stikine River and on the
aouth side of th* mouth of a little cr**k, thenca
east 40 chains, thence north 40 chsina, thenc*
weet 40 chains, thence south 40 chains to point
of commencement and containing 1C0 acr** more
DaUd F*b. 10, 1911.     CHRISTIAN A. TERVO
Pub April 7.
Skeens Land District-District of CM
Taka notioa that Henry  M�� ���
Skeana Land District���District of Caatlar
Take notice tbat I, John Robert Pacey of Princ*
Rupert, B. C, occupaUon cook, Intend to apply
(or permatlon to purchase the following described
Commencing at a post planted (2) two miles
south and   2) two miles weat of the forks of tha
following described lands.
Commencing at a p��*l planted IB ch�� n��
and l*i chains south of the south**
lot l7.Lt. vicinity of Lake)** Uke. at
L MacUren's nortwest mm
chains, thene* aoulh *Y> chains. lh��-r. ���  y��
chains, thvnc* north 40 chaint i    I
mencement, containing 32" acre* n
Geo. R. Putnam. A**-"
Date May 31. 1911
Pub. June 16. 1911
f n*m
Rupert. II. C-, oee-upetion miner. ��wa i* '"Ej
lor permlesion lo purehaae the WN*IH -WT1
lanoa: ea* m*iS
Comrn��i-elnt al a poat planl*d ��'  *"*J3
aide ol Eschumalka River, about . 1      ���, .S
IU coniluence with the Sk*ena lti>�� ��;' """J
1*2 milea weet from Eschumsiks tsi'ilv ������*"?,,
chains  north,  tbenee  ��0 ehaina east. M^,
ehaina aouth. Ihence 10 chains ��*>t ������> J��� t
commeneemenl.   eontaininl   .1.0   ���     *
leaa.    Poat marked   "U.M. S.*. ����.......tssT
D.l��1 April 22. llll.      UENRY  MACAI"*"
Pub. April 21.
Skeena Lend -Utetrict-Dielrlct ol Q - - - ******
laland. .,    .  ...-et.
Take notioa that Oeo. U. Lau�� (* P. ���* * '* *~w
B. C, occupation barbjr. int.i   - .Ll,,**
permiaion   to   purehaae  the  fotlo��in��  ������-
"commencin, at a poat planted ab,-Ji u
miles weat and one mile soulh fM*. ����� , g,
olSunly Ciwk. Na<1en llarbjr. t-**^������ w
chain., thance weal 10 chaina, Ihence oona
chains ihence east 10 chains. nma 11 Ul'"
Dste.1 March 17, llll. �� i22r.. -W*
Pub. April 22. N"""' ""m^
Skeena Und DUrtrlet-District ol ^Jw*
Taka notice lhat Annie ""���"";' ,r,i��*
Rupert, 11. C oceupailon marrle*! * .  i
lo apply lor permiaelon lo purcba.��
d-��erihed landa: . . ,t st *
Commencng at a poat planleo^ a,. i . ( ^^
���outhweat corner, 60 chains esst irr ti ��� pjuict,
ol  Ut  1119,   Harrey'a Survey.     ' .
Ilanc* 6. thenoe eaat 20 chain., . , ,,*, !>
chaina, ..hence waat 10 chains. U ���,,��� ��
chaina, thenoe eaat 20 chains. I1-*��� .,,nj��a IS
Chaina te point ol eommencement. nu.
acrea mnre or laaa. ..,..,.- \,   IISUJS
l>ale.l MayS, llll. ANME M.
Pub. May IS.
Skeana Uad Dlstrlct---pisirl<-' u$ffE* *
Take   notice   thai   I.   Thorns.   ��       1|fwl Is
Ptlnce Rupert, B. Oe occupst'-"* ' .1
Skeena Und Dislrict���District ol Coast Ranie 6
Take notice that I. Uuchlan John Shanahan ol
Victoria.   B.   Oa,  occupallon   teacher.   Inlend   to
apply  lor  permission  to  purchase the followim
deacribed landa:
Wl-li'/and WTriSST S*m"eSit!'WSJS I     Commencin. at a post planted M chain, aouth   Wp Rupa-..	
S!S 21 Vi,  ehain?' thT*?r.  noriS H eh!   .    '���m ^ Bouthe-ul corner ol Ul SOf.o, then" 40   wG  *> permiaalon  to purchaM I
...lea. Ap,..20, llll     JOHN ROBERT PACEY   ^J^*,^^*^*WM
r.nc . S. 1 reston, Agen LAUCIILaTj JOHN  SHANAHAN
Dated April 17, UU.
Pub. May 6.
Pub. Mai* 13.
29, 1911.
F.RNKJ.T  A   WtlDDa
' 'i�� Clerk
a'a.��wa,   .urn'   ��e.    i ������ i |
Newapapera will nol I-* paid (or thia adverllae-
I S8��S '"t,",U, ���'"'"���������������-' 'mm t".
Skeena Und District���District nl Coast Range r,
Taka nol ea that I, Martha Leek, ol Frlnco
Rupert, B. C., occupat on man* *d woman luten.l
to apply lor permiaalon to purehaae the following
described landa:
8ki*ena Und District���Diatrict of Caaslar
Taka notice that I, John L. Mitchell of Prince
Rupert, B. C, occupation bookkeeper, Inlend to
Commencing at a poat planted about three and ; apply  lor permission  to purchaae the lollowlng
one-hall mllea distant In a southwesterly direction I deacribed landa:
Irom a blind alough from Obeervatory Inlet when Commencing at a poat planted about lb) five
a, 'tvI" "-ouchee the Ind an Reaerve. thenoe eaat! mllea aouth and (11 one mile west ol the lorks ol
ho chains, thenee aouth 80 cha na, thence weat 8 , 'he White and Flat rlrera thence north 80 ehalna
ehslns, thene* north 80 eha na lo point ol com- thence eaat 80 chaina, thence south ��0 chains
m��ncem*nl   com. n ng 640 aerea more or lees.       thenoe weat 80 ehalna. C"*"1*'
BfftASfJ.M, llll. MARTHA LEEK   Dated April 18, llll. JOHN L. MITCHELL
| Pub. May IS Francis S. Praaton, Agent
Commencing at a poat pjanlfd \   ,
(n,ks ofth* Whll' .-
eouth ol th* ...
thence  north   80 chains, th.nc*
thence aouth 80 chaina. Ikmee ��������
Dsted April IS. llll.      KPlfi'iw*-*.
Francis.-1' I''
,0 ehali*
Pub. May 13.
Skeena Und Dkitri��tTDl.'"n!i��,!.J"^��T;
Take notice that I. Chariea U DflS lo ��l*5
or. Inle
id s m.
1 Pub. Ma, IS.
art B. C, occupallon pnwped"���*..
lor permiaalon to purchase tha loUotirl
'anda: . ^.���i .ii """"
Commencing at a posl planted anr.   |M waj��
soulh and on* mile w��et of lhe lo'"   in, the*"
and Flal riveia, thence ���oulh ����<������- .henfi ***
*aal 80 chaloe, thence north 80 chain..
80 ehalna. ������..,,., D*U>--fi2
D.le,l April 20, llll.     QPA-STeiiSa* *��**
Pub. Mar 11.


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