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 )I, II.  NO. 67
0        DAILY EDITION
Opt
PKiNGf-Rupert, B.C.. Wednesday. March 22, 1911.
Price Five Cents
TRIKERS MAY BLOCK
THE G. T. P. SETTLEMENT
aim They Have 339 Votes Among Them Now, and if
the Strike is Not Settled They Will Block the
G. T. P. Settlement on the Vote
too much impressed with the Immediate
utility of park sites uml some of them
who own property ure inclined to think
thut more revenue should be derived
from the G. T. P. property.
Co conference was held lust night
men ihe strikers' committee and
i contractors,    Mayor Munson suid
mom ir' 1 hut since the strikers had
Jointed their committee to meet the
i; reel i rs lie hud communieuted with
con'ractora with a view to fixing
hour of meeting but had had no
ily. The Muyor notified each member
the itrikers' committee to this effect
letter today.
n mi Interview with the Optimist
In* expressed the hope that thc
lected conference would be held
I;, - today or tomorrow. The meeting
len held will be u private one.
A member of the P. R. I. A. stated
pluuifiilly this morning that there
. exactly 889 qualified voters on the
K. 1. A. roll of membership; und
tli'il that in the event of the strike
itlament'l being unsatisfactory there
girt lie some difficulty in getting a
Ufaactory settlement of the Grand
link Assessment agreement when it
nn> to I plebiscite.
The laboring class in thc city are not
REWARD FOR SERVICES
Vancouver Engineer Geta $4000 Gift
on Retirement
(Special to the Optimist)
. Vancouver, Murch 22. -City Engineer Clement who hus recently resigned after six years of service hits been
presented with an honorarium of $1000.
equal to a year's salary in appreciation of
his services by the Hoard of Works.
City Briefa
At a lute hour last night Hurry's
autocar was requisitioned hurriedly to
convey a patient from the Kullon Hotel
to the General Hospital. The patient
Ls ii young lad. Doctor Tremayne and
McNeill were in attendance. The
trouble is internal.
C. N. R. AWARDS
BIG CONTRACTS
$8,000,000 TO BE SPENT ON GRADING THE MAIN LINE
Thia Includea 200 Milea Weat of
Edmonton, and 200 Milea From
Vancouver to the Rockies.
(Special to the Opiimist)
Winnipeg, March 22. -Contracts for
grading amounting to $8,000,000 were
awarded by the Canadian Northern
today. Thc work is all to be done on
the main line and new western brunch
lines.
Included in the work is u stretch of
200 miles from Edmonton to the Yeollw-
hetul Pass, und another stretch of 200
miles from Vancouver to the Rockies.
IT LOOKS LIKE
A COAL STRIKE
ALBERTA COAL MINERS AND OPERATORS AT LOGGERHEADS
Conference ia on at Calgary���It ia
Still Doubtful Whether There Will
be Any Coal Mined in Alberta
Thie Year.
TOLLED A GUN
IN ARGUMENT
IXCITING    SCENE    IN    KELLY'S
HOOL ROOM LAST NIGHT
ow Over a Game of Pool Leada to
William Blackey and J. Carrigee
I'.-." ��� Arreated���H. A. Clark ia the
.( omplainer.
Trouble arose in J. C. Kelly's pool
lorn in the Helgerson Block nt about
ivt'ii l:u*t night. A gun was drawn
hd a man was standing  against the
all wiih his hands up, so some ac-
��unts s.iy. when the police arrived.
i"rils which arose hotly between Jas.
vrigM und H. A. Clark at one of the
ool tal.lis, led to a scuffle.
A iliinl mun, William Blakely, was
Pix'iilwl to by Carrigee to arbitrate
I '" n.s, uml did so so enthusiastically
hat he got over-emphatic, and added
Miiw to his arguments by pointing a
nolver. In the scuffle someone hit
jjnebody else on the head with a mop
.' j 101 1 humble purpose. Then Mr.
My who had been out, came on thc
fini', and sent for Constable Mc-
.rthur wlm settled the argument by
W     | I (lackey and Carrigee.
The charge ugainst Blackey will be
Ml ol pointing a loaded revolver, that
t* I i irrigee will be one of simple
���"'"' II. A, Clark will apprea as
nmplainer. The case Is to come up
lomorroi.
OVERSEAS CLUB STARTED
Mean Appointed at Well Attended
Organization Meeting
* '-ik.'Ii nf what is known as "Thc
"." ' *���> i lub" was organised last
"'Kll' m I'rince Rupert. The meeting
*--*-i'M in Mr. J. F. McDonald's store,
and am forty prospective members
{���entbled. Officers were elected as
t''��">- Hon. Pres. Mayor Manson;
���'��� I'* McDonald;   First V. P. Jos.
IP.Sa
I
Second V. P. J. H. Thomson;
M u���l^"i's- Ur* Clayton; Asst, Secy,
n. w Birch, and an Executive Com-
";; ' ''insisting of Messrs. J. Burn
'''*   ���'!   Albert, J. Russell, J. Young-
|��w, and .). Curgill.
j*n   Entertainment   Committee   was
.��*>. ppotnted of Messrs. J. S. Gray,
J: l4"^"H. and M. Albert, und it is
I'iniiiil u. have a social gathering and
'';"'���' ni thc Westholme Lumber
���n>l>:uiy s hall on Tuesday next. Thc
PMpOM of U,c clul. is "to strengthen
" M Of empire" according to the
I'li-in.tits regarding its institution in
ii,', iT ���"***��� ov,'r Greater Britain, by
^eOWKM Daily Mail, the Harms-
'���������i Publication which started the
''ment.
MEMBERS GET
RAISE OF PAY
MANITOBA LEGISLATORS TO GET
$1500 A YEAR ALLOWANCE
Cabinet Miniatera and All Deputy
Heada Get I ncreaaea���$800,000 for
New Agricultural College, and
$15,000 for the Salvation Army.
(Special to the Optimist)
Winnipeg, March 22.���Salary increases, and liberal allowances for proposed
expenditures were passed by the Manitoba Legislature at their sitting last
night.
First of all the House voted nn increase of $600 to members on their
sessional indemnity, making it $1500.
Then it raised the cabinet ministers'
salaries from $4000 to $7500, voted
$800,000 for an agricultural cooiege, and
half a million dollars to start the new
parliament buildings the total cost of
which will he $4,000,000.
The Coronation vote for expenses of
delegates was' five thousand, and $15,000
was voted to the Salvation Army to
be applied to thc rescue of fallen women.
The salaries of all deputy heads were
raised $400.
LOOKS AWFUL
TO THIS EDITOR
NEWCASTLE DAILY CHRONICLE
IS SCARED ABOUT OUR FATE
(Special to the Optimist)
Calgary, March 22.���The coal operators und miners' represent utives ure
slill in session here, debuting over the
miners' agreement. It is understood
they are still far from a settlement, and
it begins to look doubtful whether there
will Be any coal mined in Alberta this
year.
Both sides are stubbornly standing
where they were at the beginning, the
miners for a closetl shop agreement, and
the operators deud against it.
BERT POOLE KILLED
CAPT. BERNIER TRYING TO
FIND NORTHWEST PASSAGE
Valiant Skipper of the Arctic May Bring His Ship into
Prince Rupert Harbor This Summer���Is Also
Claiming Arctic Islands for Canada
(Speciul to the Opiimist)
Ottawa, March 22. -Another attempt
to effect a northwest passage is to be
mude by Captain Bender, who hopes
to bring his ship the Arctic into a British
Columbian purl before the year is over.
Incidentally Captain Bernier will plain
the Union Jack on the island headlands
iii the Arctic Seu, so us to prevent the
United States from some day setting
up a claim to uny of ihe islunds off the
northern coast of Canada,
The mutter came up in the Houae of
Commons this morning before ih>-
Committee on Supplies. An Item ai -
peered fr.r $oi),ooo to provide for the
muintenunce of vessels employed in
patrolling the waters of the northern
portion of Canada, ulso for establishing
;md maintaining police und customs
ports on the muin lund of islunds.
In explanation of the vote the Minister
of Murine und Fisheries suid the government iteamship Arctic is now ill
northern witters on this mission, with
instructions to Captain Bernier to try
and make a northwest pussugc, und, if
ucceaaful to continue his voyage round
the Arctic coaat towards the mouth of
the MacKencie river win re it is supposed some American ships are currying
on whale fishing, and making their
headquarters on Canadian territory.
As in the past Captain Bernier would
compel the masters ot these vessels
tn take mil licenses, and puy duly upon
sufb goods us they had on board for
trading purposes. The Minister added
that In the event of Captain Bernier
muking gootl his voyage through the
northwest pasaajre, he would continue
on through Behring Strait and reach a
British Columbian port.
In reply to a question the minister
suid the expedition wils not so much
fur c< Hint ing revenue us for the uniting
of Canadian jurisdiction In the fur
northern waters.
On previous trips Bernier hud planted
the  Hrilish  Hug iiii  many  islund  heud-
Innds in the Arctic Ocean, because it
was thought if that were not done, the
day might come when tie United Suites
would lay claim to Mime of these territories.
DAN K0VICH IS       TO SHOVEL SNOW
A LUCKY BIRD UP THE LINE
HAS CHAMPION NARROW ESCAPE THREE HUNDRED WORKMEN TO
IN    HISTORY    OF    PHOENIX CLEAR SNOW BLOCK
Fell Three Storiea from World Building at Vancouver
(Speciul to the Optimist)
Vuncouver, March 22.���Bert Poole,
employed at the World Building here
fell three stories to the ground dying
last night as a result of the injuries he
sustained.
Saya That if England Agreea to Arbitration With the United Statea,
That Stara and Stripea Will Wave
from Alaaka to Winnipeg.
(Siiecial to the Opiimist)
London,  March 22.���The  Newcastle
Daily Chronicle in an editorial today
anent the arbitration treaty with thc
United States says:
"If we withdraw our forces It will
not be long before the United States
will have annexed every Inch OI tm*
ritoiy from Alaska to Winnipeg. It
is not improbable that the next move
of American diplomacy wil be MM
offering of some concession, like tM iree
passage of warships through the I iinunia
Canal as recognition of the cession of
Vancouver Island, Alberta, British Columbia. Yukon, Saskatchewan. WOTM
und Ontario to the United .stutes.
There can be no doubt al to the desire
of tho United States to see the entire
wheat belt of Canada under the Stan*
and Stripes, so thut fe��P_*��Mff
Chicago to Alaska might be under the
jurisdiction of Washington.
MINERS WILL STRIKE
Feee Deducted from Their Pay Have
Not Been Handed Over
(Special to the Optimist)
Nelson, March 21.���Thc miners employed by the International Coal and
Coke company have decided to go out
on strike. The trouble arises out of a
dispute over fees deducted from their
pay which they claim have not been
handed over to the Secretary of the
Union.
ROW OVER A WOMAN
(Special to the Optimist)
Winnipeg, March 21.���Nick Mon-
vioson, the man implicated in a row at
the Roblin House over a woman, when
Antonio Giovanni wus shot on Friduy
was arerstcd on Sunday in a suburb
of the city. Hc had shaved off his
moustache.
Helpful Talks to Business Men
Mr. Storekeeper
Do You Know?
People will not assume that
your store is as good ns its
strongest competitor unless
Itajadvertlilng is as good.
Consult The   Optimist
Waa Pinned Beneath Several Tone of
Rock While Carrying Three Sticka
of Dynamite Held aa in a Vice
Yet Eacapea Unhurt,
(Special to the Optimist)
Nelson, March 22.���Dan Kovich, a
miner, had the most miraculous escape
in the history of Phoenix camp this
morning through the arching of two
rocks over him, supporting scores of
tons of ore under which he was held a
prisoner for four hours in the chute
of Granby mine.
Kovich climbed thc gates antl went
up the chute contrary to orders, when
the ore suddenly was released. In the
rush down he was pinned under many
tons weight. Held as in a vice antl
completely buried it took dozens of
miners for four hours digging to extricate him. The escape is the more
miraculous as he carried three slicks
of dynamite, one of which was cut in
two without exploding. Kovich is
practically unhurt after his marvellous
expel ience.
DOGS FOUGHT
OVER BODY
GRUESOME   FIND   IN   FASHIONABLE WINNIPEG SUBURB
Street Doga Were Dicaovered Devouring the Dead Body of a Newly Born
Child A Shock to the Elite of
Winnipeg.
(Special lo the Optimist)
Winnipeg,   March   22.   The   inhabitants   of   the   fashionable   suburb   of
Fort Rouge, got a bud shock today by
a  gruesome  discovery  made  by  some
children   playing   on   Kinsgwuy.     At-
tracted   by  the sight of some  tings
; lighting, the children went to Investigate.
i They discovered thut the animals were
quarreling over the dead body of a
newly born child. Both legs und one
arm were missing.
The police ure trying to get to the
bottom of the gruesome mystery, but
10 fur without nny clue us to the child's
identity or the manner in which it came
to be deposited on the street.
One of Messrs. Moore Brothers'
teams had an Interesting lesson in
behavior beside an uutocnr I his morning.
The horses were held stoutly close to
the cur while the tlriver started and
stopped the engine several times to
accustom them to the whirring noise.
Will Go up to Mile 42 and Clear the
Way for Letting Five Blockaded
Enginea and Snow Plowa Through.
Engine 112 equipped with un ingenious makeshift tender with water
tank, antl coal space built from a Hat
car, left the (!. T. P. yards this morning
with I long train conveying HOO workmen to mile 42, the scene of the mow
bluckade.
Old 112 is the only locomotive on this
side of the snow bariier. Iloyond the
slide are held up live engines, the rotury
und wing snow plows, the general
superintendent's inspection cur, und
other rolling stock. The gang of three
hundred men are all engaged for the
purpose of clearing the snow awuy and
freeing the tied up vehicles.
Thirty cents an hour is the wage
offered by the G. T. P. and it was
stated that a considerable number of
the men going oul were those who hud
been on strike in the city. The statement is not supported by the P. U. I. A.
members.
PRINCE   RUPERT   IN   EARLY
Made the Trip in Thirty-three Hours.
Many Paaaengers Landed
This morning ubout nine o'clock the
Prince Rupert arrived after a record
passage of thirty-three hours. She
brought a large number Of passengers,
and full general cargo and mail. About
a hundred laborers landed from the
third class lection. They were met
and Interviewed by the ever-watchful
p. R. I. A. commlttoe men and iheir
helpers, Inn there was no demonstration.
ANOTHER NEW CANNERY
30.000 Cue I'I.ml for Hidden Inlet on
Portland Canal
Ketchikan, March 21. - Mr. F. J.
Comoaux of Vancouver, H. ('., has
been in Ketchikan this week when he
has placed an order with the local I) ill
fit ii large consignment of lumbi r to ho
shipped i" Hudson Inlet, In Portland
Canal.   The order ci'lls for lumber with
which    tO   build    docks,    Chinese   and
Indian  houses,  bunk  and mess houses
! and outbuildings.
The  company   which   Mr.   Comiatix
represents will begin the erection of a
[80,000 case capacity cannery there
i Immediately) -4
T H fe   PRINCE   RUPERT   OPTIMIST
TO BUILD FLOUR MILLS
CLOSE TO BELLA COOLA
Big Firm of Minneapolis Millers Will Make Bid for
Pacific Coast Trade���Will Build Line From
Peace River to Alberta and Bring
in Alberta Wheat
Vancouver,    Murch   20.-- Some   few |
week,    ago   n   Dominion   charter   was j
granted   for   the   Bella   Coola,   Peace |
River and Alberta Railroad to what was
understood at ihe time to be a puny of
Minneapolis   capitalists   who   were   interested in the project for the establishment of a flouring mill industry up the
Bella Coola Inlet   It has now transpired
that the  Pillsbury-Washburn  interests,
whose name is a household word wherever
breud is buked, nre at the buck of this
concern.
On the best of authority it may be
stated that the Pillsbury-Washburn
firm is about to build in the very near
future a flour mill of enormous capa- j
city for the manufacture of a superfine
high-grade flour from wheat grown In
Northern Alberta and the 1'euce River'
districts.
It hus been recognized by th's com-!
puny that the further north the wheat
is grown the better the flour, and this
at the smae time is a recognizee! fact
the world over.    For many years pest
the Hudson's Bay Company has been)
gnwing  wheat  ut   their  post   at   Fort ���
Vermillion, which is 700 miles north of
Edmonton.     At   the   Chicago   World's
Fair, held in 1S!)3, flour manufactured
from wheat grown by the Hudson's Bay
Company  at   the  fjrt,  won the  gold
medal, the highest of all honors which
it was in the power of the executive to
bestow, and since that time it has been
an incentive for a number of shrewd
Americans to develop their plans audi
await lhe great opportunity which rail-1
road facilities woultl give them. ,
The added fucilities which will be
afforded by the completion of the
Panama Canal have not been lost sight
of antl they will add materially to the
merchantable quality of the product.
As to the exact capucity of the mills
which ure about to be erected and estab-
Uahed on the Inlet the details are not |
yet to hand, but within a very few days
they will be available.
It is understood that the railroad line
will be in operation by the time that
the mills are ready to work, and that in
the meantime all the grist that comes to
the coast by any method will be speedily handled. Shipping facilities will be
established ami wharves, warehouses
and elevators built, and the whole enterprise will be one of the greatest on
the coast of British Columbia.
Notice
Charles M. Wilson begs to inform
his friends that he voluntarily retired
from the Real Estate Exchange last
year for reasons which he will be pleased to explain to anyone interested. 64-67
LOCAL DEBATERS
IN KEEN CONTEST
DECIDED   RECIPROCITY   WOULD,
NOT BE GOOD FOR CANADA
Young Men of the Baptist Brotherhood Debated the Issue Messrs.
Wood and Rogera Got the Judge's
Verdict after Cloae Argument.
Reciprocity is not a good thing for
the people of Canada according to the
winning side in a debate on the subject
at the Baptist Brotherhood last night.
The wording of the resolution under
discussion was: "Resolved that the
reciprocity agreement would be beneficial to Canada." The debaters were
Messrs. W. H. Stuart and Hansen for
the affirmative and Messrs. W. W.
Wood and Clyde Rogers for the negative.
The debute was keenly contested. There
was plenty of rivalry nnd sharp rebuttal
to keep the audience intensely interested.
Mr. Stuart was the lirst speaker. He
snid us a Liberal he would bc disloyal
io Canada und good politics if he ditl
not seek to defend reciprocity us beneficial to Canada. He suid thut reciprocity would permit the consumer
lo purchase goods on either side of the
line without paying the present high
tariff. Reciprocity was one step toward
free trade und free trude hud made
Great Rritain the financial centre of
the money market of the world. She
had also been the birthplace of the
greutest industries. The woikingmun
would bc benefitted by this ug.cement.
Smuggling would be prevented becuuse
unnecessury. Our coul deposits und
other minerals would be developed,
timber industries flourish, wheat and
other agricultural products find a ready
market and in every respect Canada
from Atlantic to Pacific would be
benefitted by reciprocity.
In leading the Opposition Mr. Wood
said he would present a series of facts
that would prove conclusively that the
reciprocity agreement would bc a fatal
blow to the best interests of Canada.
Hc further stated that reciprocity was
a certain . tap to annexation and the
destruction of loyalty to the mother
country. The implement manufacturers
of Ontario antl Quebec were yet in their
infancy and needed protection from their
large corporation rivals across the line.
Canadian wheat is rigidly inspected
and a certificate of inspection goes with
ull exported gruin. It, therefore, sells
in B higher figure thun American wheat
in the marietta of the world. It will
certainly be beneficial to the American
miller io tuke this wheat free of duty |
to Duluth or other distributing points,]
mix il with poor American gruin und :
sell the finished product accompanied
by the certificate of inspection, at
the highest price in the foreign market .
This poor grade of flour, made possible j
by reciprocity, will destroy the repu-
tation of Canadian wheat. It is a plausible argument that 90,000,000 of American
people will make a greut mnikct fo:
our whent but the fact remains true |
that these people export their own
wheat prodl|Cta and will only need our
gruin in Increase their export trude.
Railroads will suffer if not be forced to
declare deficits. Reciprocity will compel
them to lose the long haul (Eust und
West) to Atlantic and Pacific ports as
trade will be diverted to the shorter
routes (North and South) to the cities
of the United States.
The reciprocity agreement  said  Mr.
Wood,   was   unconstitutional   as   the
government was not fortified with the
mandate  of  the  people.    It   was  not
a plunk in the party plutform ut  the i
last   election.     The   speaker   thought |
lhat   this  was   a  sullicient   answer  to
Mr.   Stuarl's   cry   of   loyalty   to   thei
Liberal party.
Mr. Hansen in supporting the utfirma-|
tive guve a brief review of the history i
jof reciprocity declaring that in everyI
instance reciprocal relations had been!
beneficial to Canada. He also referred j
strongly to the fiuit and lish industries.
His contribution was well received.
Mr. Rogers in supporting the negative
spent his lime in dealing with reciprocity
I its it would effect the natural resources
! and industries of British Columbia.
j He suid thnt the fishing industry of
British Columbia would be seriously
Injured, und the fruit industry would
, be crusted tn its Infancy.
The judges were Rev. Mr. DesBarres,
Rev. Mr. Kerr and Mr. Frank Derry.
j Rev. Mr. DesBarres In presenting the
i decision   ably   reviewed   the   points  of
.each speaker und stilted ihut although
it  had been a close contest 'he judges
had decided In favor of the n> . '"e.
Don't forget the Green Dance at the
Mclntyre Hull on Wednesday night.
Wear anything that looks green.   66-68
Hoot Hool
Thc regular meeting of the Order of
Owls, Prince Rupert Nest, will be held
in the Carpenter's Hull on Thursday,
23rd inst., at 8 p.m. 66-69
COAL NOTICE
..Whites Portland Cement...
G. C. EMMERSON
AGENT
Phone 125        Naden Block        2nd Ave.
Queen Charlotte Ialanila'Lanil Dlitrict- Diatrict ol
Sktsina
Take notice that I, John McLeod ol Vancouver,
occupation broker, inlend to apply for permission
to prospect for coal and petroleum on thc following
describtd land:
CommencinK at a poat planted about eight
milea north and three miles weat of the mouth of
the Tl-el Kiver and marked J. MrL, S.W. Corner,
No. 61, thence north SO chalna, thenco eaat SO
chaina, thenco south 80 chains, thence met 80
chains to point of commencement; containing
610 acren, more or lesa.
Dated Feb. 28, 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Murfli.ll. Clarence McDowell, Agent
Quean Charlotte Islanda Land Diatrict���Diatrict of
Skeena
Take notice that I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to appljfor permiaaion
to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following
described land:
Commencing at a post planted about nine miles
north and three miles west of the mouth of the
Tl-el River and marked J. McL., S. W. Corner,
No. 62. thence north 80 chains, thence east 80 {
chains, thence south 80 chains, thonce west 80 [
chains to point of commencement;    containing j
610 acres, more or less.
Dated Feb. 28. 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. March 3. C. McDowell. Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District���District of
Skeena
Tuke nolice that I. John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for permission
to i��r.* p.-i-l for coal and petroleum on the following
dt'Mciilifd land:
Commencing at a poat planted anout nine miles
north and three mil.-, west ot thu mouth of the
Tl-el Hiver and marked J. McL., S. E. Corner,
No. 63, thencc north 80 chains, thenco weat 80
chaina, thenco south 80 chaina, thence eaat 80
chains to point ol commencement; containing
610 acrea, more or lers.
Dated Feb. 28, 1911. JOHN  MeLEOD
Pub. March I Clarence McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District���District of
Skena
Take notice that I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupution broker, intend to apply for permission
to proajiect for cool and iielroleum on the following
I deacribed land:
Commencing  at   a   post   planted   aboul   nine
I milea nnrth and one mile west of the moulh of lhe
Tl-el Itiver and marked J. McL., N. E . Corner,
j No. 20, thence soulh 80 chains, thence west SO
i chains, thence north 80 chaina, thence eaat 80
i chuins to |>uint of commencement;  containing 640
acrea. more or leaa.
I Dated Feb. 28, 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Puh. March 3. Clarence McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District���Diatrict of
Skeona
Take notice that I, John McLeod ol Vancouver,
occupatinn brokor, intend lo apply for permiaaion
to pr��a|wct fo.* coal and lietroleum on the following
described lond:
Commencing at a post planted about seven
miles north and one mile weat of thc mouth of the
Tl-el River and morked J. Mel... S. E. Corner,
No. 21, thenee norlh 80 chains, thence west 80
Chaina, thence south 80 chains, thencc east 80
chains to point of commencement; containing
640 ocres. mere or leas.
Doted Feb. 28.1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. March 3. I   Clarence McDowell, Agent
Quean Chorlotto Islonds Lond District���District ol
Skeeno
Toka notice thot I, John McLand of Vancouver,
occupatinn broker, intend to opply for permlsa'on
to proatiect for cool ond petroleum on the following
deacribed lond:
Commencing at a poat plantad ahout eight
milea north and three miles west ot tho mouth of
the Tl-el River ond morked J. McL., N. W. Corner,
No. 60, thence south 80 choino, thenee eost 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence weat 80
chains to point of commencement; containing
640 acres  mor or loaa.
Dated Feb. 28.1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. March 3. Clarence McDowell. Agent
I Northern Produce Co'
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This advertisement clipped from the
Boston Post gives the story of the
wonderful development now going on
in Canada. Look out for British Columbia. The prolits to investors in
Town lots in all Grand Trunk Divisional
and Terminal Points will astound the
world. Buy now. Ask Uncle Jerry
for price lists and full information.
LAST YEAR
REAL ESTATE OWNERS IN
Western Canada
MADE
You have an opportunity now to
participate in these immense profits by
being one of the original purchasers of
town lots in the Grand Trunk Pacific
addition to the fast growing Western
Canadian cities, otherwise known as
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Division Points
WATROUS, MELVILLE, WA1NWK1G1IT,
BIOOAB
The Grand Trunk Pacific offers in
these splendidly located, fast growing
Division Points and in the townsite of
Totieltl an opportunity for the investor
to share in the large profits that are
sure to accrue as a result of the rapid
and substantial growth that characterizes Grand Trunk Pacific Division
Points and well locatetl cities and
towns ill Western Canada.
The Grand Trunk Pacific does not offer townsites or additions so located as
to make investments in them of questionable value. The object in selling
these lots ut the low prices at which
they are offered is to encourage the upbuilding of these cities from which the
Grand Trunk Padflc will derive vastly
more benefit thin from the sale of lots'.
Now is the time to buy. Choice lots
range from $100 upwards on easy payments of 10 per cent, cash and io per
cent, a month. You make your purchase direct and secure title'from the
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company.
Write for literature and "make your
selection while the prices are extremely low and the possibilities unlimited.
Address
that investments in live, growing cities  �� j gm, ���      .
in  Western  Canada  are  as  safe  and  LgUlCl i^OITimiSSlOnei"
sure as an investment can be, and that
100 per cent, profit each year is almost
a certainty.
DAILY MESSAGES FROM
"UNCLE JERRY"
Ask Uncle Jerry uncle jerri
m     Hn>   a   Vroo   Information Department
No. 19
$100,000,000
From thc most accurate figures obtainable, over One Hundred Million
Dollars wus made by real estate owners In growing cities and towns of
Western Canada last year. This vast
wealth was exclusive of improvements
and represented actual increase in land
values alone.
Original records gathered by the
Winnipeg Free Press prove that in
eight western Canadian Cities the value of land alone���not counting improvements���increased 562 per cent, for the
last five years���an annual increase of
112 per cent, for each city during the
last live years.   These figures  indicate
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Co.
THIS YEAR
THEY WILL UNDOUBTEDLY  MAKE   $100,
000,000   MORE
Jeremiah H. Kugler, "Uncle Jerry,"
Agent for Grand Trunk Pacific Lots on
Main Line. Prices are fixed by the
Land Commissioner and our best services are at your command. ���Ask Uncle
Jerry, P.O. Box 90(5, Prince Rupert,
What is the matter with Prince Rupert? We have the locution, we have
the harbor, we have the site of the
coming city of the New West, we have
the energy, we have the ambition, but
have we all the enthusiasm we should
have? Are we all helping to make
I'rince Rupert known outside? Are we
boosting Prince Rupert with the enthusiasm and confidence that will inspire confidence in others? Study this
over. Each one of us individually can
help a good deal, but collectively we
can help a heap more. Don't let me or
Jones or Smith do all the publicity to
let people know why is Prince Rupert.
Do something yourself. The easiest
way to forget to write to that friend
of yours, back home, about Prince Rupert is to lay it off till tomorrow. If
you don't know what to write him ask
me, I'll tell you. Don't imagine that I
am boosting Prince Rupert out of the
goodness of my soul. But I am a business man and I know a good place
when 1 see one. Every new arrival
will help you and me and everybody
else here. I know I'll get my share.
So don't wait till Fortune overtakes
you. Strike out and overtake Fortune, and if you don't know how to
start I may tell you. Prince Rupert
Opportunities are in my line.
On January 15th and 22nd. Eastern
papers on Jan. 15th, Western papers
on Jan. 22nd, our Prince Rupert Opportunity advertisement appearetl in
papers in New York, Boston, Providence, Kansas City, Denver, San Francisco, Los Angeles, St. Paul and 37
Sunday issues of big U.S. daily newspapers in all. On Feb. 25th our Prince
Rupert advertisement appeared in 26
Canauian daily newspapers.
Has a Free Information Department
for strangers in the City and for nonresidents by correspondence.
"ASK  UNCLE  JERRY'
He Buys Leases       He Buys Building!
He Buys Lou        He Buyi Contnt*
Hc  has  Stores to  Rent.
He Buys Lands In Bkeena and Nan
River  Valleys.
"NOW"
YOU PRINCE RUPERT
PROPERTY OWNERS
ASK UNCLE JERRY
JEREMIAH H. KUGLER
please take notice and list your property with a good live broker, if from thc
above you think our equipment should
produce the best results, you should
come in at once.
We advise everyone to get in the
market this spring and summer. Sell
when you have a profit; buy again.
That's the way to make money. You
can make many times as much money
if you will buy and sell and not hold on
so long to property. All of you put
your shoulder to the wheel and boost-
keep on boosting���that's the way we
will make a big city.
WHEN YOU WANT TO BUY, SELL OR
RENT REAL ESTATE
"ASK  UNCLE  JERRV
He wants 50 House*, to K I'
He Sells Leases       He Sells Buildinp
He Sells Lots He Sells Conine*,
He wants Stores to Renl
He  Sells  Lands up  the Skeena W-*
"ASK UNCLE JERRY"
He will build you a dwelling on easy
payment plan.
He will lease or sell you a lol Ml ��W
terms for you to build a dwelling
store on.
He will sell you a house ami lot and
you can pay on monthly payment plan-
He will take a lease on your Ml "jj
make your investment  pay S*0U ����
per cent.
ASK UNCLE JERRY ASK UNCLE JERRY ___ / & A       	
mm Rupert Optimist
DAILY EDITION
Phing}? Rupert, B.C., Wednesday, March 22. 1911.
Price Five Cents
STRIKERS MAY BLOCK   :C7
THE G. T. P. SETTLEMENT
Claim They Have 339 Votes Among Them Now, and if
the Strike is Not Settled They Will Block the
G. T. P. Settlement on the Vote
Sn conference was held last niglu
between the strikers' committee and
the contractora. Mayor Manson said
th in'Mi ii,' t hat since the strikers had
ippointed their committee to meet the
,���!��� acton he hud communicated wiih
the con1 rectors with a view to fixing
>n hour of meeting but had had no
re|>l>* The Mayor notified each member
of the strikers' committee to this effect
bv letter today.
'in an Interview with the Optimist
today he expressed the hope that the
expected conference would be held
either today or tomorrow. The meeting
when held will be a private one.
A number of the P. R. I. A. stated
emphatically  this  morning  that  there
ur, exactly 889 qualified voters on the
P. It. I. A. roll of membership;   and
ailtleil that in the event of the strike
Kttlaniei.i's being unsatisfactory there
miclrt  be some difficulty in getting a
ictory  settlement   of   the   Grand
I Trunk  Assessment   agreement  when it
I comes 1.. i plebiscite.
The laboring class in thc city are not
too much impressed with the immediate
utility of park sites und some of them
who own property ure inclined to think
that more revenue should be derived
from the G. T. P. property.
REWARD FOR SERVICES
Vancouver Engineer Geta $4000 Gift
on Retirement
(Special to the Optimiat)
.-Vuncouver, Murch 22. City Engineer Clement who has recently resigned after six yean of service has been
presented with an honorarium of $1000.
equal to u year's salary in appreciation of
his services by the Hoard of Works.
City Briefa
At a late hour last night Harry's
autocar was requisitioned hurriedly to
convey B patient from lhe Fulton Hotel
to the General Hospital. The patient
is a young lad. Doctor Tremayne and
McNeill were in attendance. The
trouble is internal.
IPULLED A GUN
IN ARGUMENT
I EXCITING    SCENE    IN    KELLY'S
POOL ROOM LAST NIGHT
I Row Over a Game of Pool Leada to
William Blackey and J. Carrigee
Being \i rested II. A. Clark ia the
.Complainer.
Trouble arose in J. C. Kelly's pool
I room In the Helgerson Block at about
lieven last night. A gun was drawn
I and a man was standing against the
I widl wiih his hands up, so some uc-
Icoums isy, when the police arrived.
j Words which arose hotly between Jas.
Carrigee and H. A. Clark at one of the
I pool tables, led to a scuffle.
A third man, William Blakely, was
jVPaded to by Carrigee to arbitrate
" Minis, ami did so so enthusiastically
that he not over-emphatic, and added
poini to his arguments by pointing a
revolver, in the scuffle someone hit
���onebody aba on the head with a mop
u*d [or a humble purpose. Then Mr.
KsUy who had been out, came on the
scene, und sent for Constable Mc-
Anhur who settled the argument by
""���tag Blackey and Carrigee.
The charge against Blackey will be
ilu- ol pointing a loaded revolver, that
���film) Carrigee will be one of simple
assault. ||. A. Clark will apprea as
complainer. The case is to come up
tomorrow,
OVERSEAS CLUB STARTED
Ollcen Appointed at Well Attended
Organization Meeting
A branch of what is known as "The
Wi'rj-eitt (Tub" was organised last
slum in I'rince Rupert. The meeting
jas held in Mr. J. F. McDonald's store,
���mi aboi ��� forty prospective members
I Officers were elected as
rauow, ||on prcH Mayor Manson;
!.r'': J. I'. McDonald; First V. P. Jos.
'������"���'} : Second V. P. J. H. Thomson;
Hu���   ,"-i-s- Dr- cl"yton;   Asst. Secy.
': "��� Birch, und un Executive Com-
,,'' *' consisting of Messrs. J. Burn
"JJ. M. Albert, J. Russell, J. Young-
m'". and ,1. Curgill.
,A'i i.ntertiiinment Committee was
J*" appointed of Messrs. J. S. Gray,
; Ktissell. and M. Albert, and it is
I''iiiii.il i,, have a social gathering and
"2"" In the Westholme Lumber
'I'������,;. i hall on TueBduy next. The
'"." " Of the club is "to strengthen
J��� bonds of empire" according to the
��� ���_"'iiieiiis regarding its  institution  in
.' '"'i'' Placet over Greater Britain, by
wonn)?? I)ai'y  Mttil. the Harms-
"s   i Ubllcatlon  which   started   the
'""���eir.eni.
MEMBERS GET
RAISE OF PAY
MANITOBA LEGISLATORS TO GET
$1500 A YEAR ALLOWANCE
Cabinet Miniatera and All Deputy
Heada Get I ncrrnaea $800,000 for
New Agricultural College, and
$15,000 for the Salvation Army.
(Special to the Optimist)
Winnipeg, March 22.���Salary increases, and liberal allowances for proposed
expenditures were passed by the Manitoba Legislature ut their sitting last
night.
First of ull the House voted U increase of $500 to members on their
sessional indemnity, making it $1500.
Then it raised the cabinet ministers'
salaries from $4000 to $7500, voted
$800,000 for an agricultural cooiege, and
half a million dollars to start the new
parliament buildings thc total eost of
which will be $4,000,000.
The Coronation vote for expenses of
delegates was five thousand, und $15,000
was voted to the Salvation Army to
be applied to the rescue of fallen women.
The salaries of all deputy heads were
raised $400.
L00KSAWFUL
TO THIS EDITOR
NEWCASTLE DAILY CHRONICLE
IS SCARED ABOUT OUR FATE
Saya That if England Agreea to Arbitration With the United Statea,
That Stara and Stripea Will Wave
from Alaaka to Winnipeg.
(S|>ecial to thc Optimist;
London,  March 22,-The  Newcastle
Daily  Chronicle in an editorial today
anent thc arbitration treuty with the
United States says: ...
"If we withdraw our forces il will
not be long before lhe UldUldSWW
will have annexed every inch Of tcr-
ritoiy from Alaska to Winnipeg, ll
is not improbable that the ."��*����������
of American diplomacy will > �� ;
offering of some concession lite the WW
passage of warships through the 1 iin.un.i
Canal as recognition of the cession of
Vuncouver Islund, Albertu, British Cd-
uml, a" Yukon, Saskatchewan, Man.tobu
und Ontario to the United Mates
There can be no doubt as tO the des
of the United States to see the entire
wheat  belt of Canada under the Bttt��
Md8t^,�� that the terri^fwm
Chicago to Alaska might be under the
jurisdiction of Washington.
C. N. R. AWARDS
BIG CONTRACTS
$8,000,000 TO BE SPENT ON GRADING THE MAIN LINE
Thia Includes 200 Milea Weat of
Edmonton, and 200 Milea From
Vancouver to the Rockies.
ISpecial to the Opiimist)
Winnipeg, March 22. Contracts for
grading amounting to $8,000,000 were
awarded by the Canadian Northern
today. The work is all to be done on
the main line and new western branch
lines.
Included In the work is a stretch of
200 milt's from Edmonton to the S'eellw-
head Pass, and another stretch of 200
miles from Vanoouver to the Rockies.
IT LOOKS LIKE
A COAL STRIKE
ALBERTA COAL MINERS AND OPERATORS AT LOGGERHEADS
Conference ia on at Calgary���It ia
Still Doubtful Whether There Will
be Any Coal Mined in Alberta
Thia Year.
CAPT. BERNIER TRYING TO
FIND NORTHWEST PASSAGE
Valiant Skipper of the Arctic May Bring His Ship into
Prince Rupert Harbor This Summer���Is Also
Claiming Arctic Islands for Canada
(Speciul to the Optimist)
Ottuwa, March 22.    Another attempt
to effect a northwest passage is to be
ucceaaful to continue his voyage round
the Arctic coust towards the mouth of
the MacKenaie river win re it is supposed sumo American ships are carrying
made by Captain Bernier, who hopes on whale fishing, and making their
io bring his ship the Arctic into a British' headquarters on Canadian territory,
Columbian pun before the year is over.1 As in the pasl Captain Bernier would
Incidentally Captain Bernier will plantIcompel the masters of theee vessels
the Union Jack on the islund headlands Hi take out licenses, and pay duty upon
In the Arctic Sea, so as io prevent ihe'such goods as ihey had on hoard for
United States from some duy setting trading purposes. The Minister uddetl
up B claim to uny of the islunds oir the hhai in lhe event oi Captain Bernier
northern coast  of Canada. making  gootl  his  voyage through  the
The mailer came up in the House of northwest passage, he woultl continue
Commons this morning before the on through Behring Strait and reach a
Committee on Supplies, An Item an- British Columbian port,
peared for $511,000 to provide for the In reply to a question the minister
maintenance of vessels employed In said the expedition was not sn much
patrolling tha waters of the northern tor collecting revenue aa for the asserting
portion of Canada, ulso for establishing of Canadian jurisdiction In the fur
jind maintaining police and customs nt.rihern waters,
ports on the main land of islands. On previous trips Bernier had planted
In explanation of the vote the Minister the British Hag on many Island head-
of Marine and Fisheries suid the gov- lunds in the Antic Ocean, because it
ernment Steamship Arctic is now in was thought if that were not done, the
northern waters on this mission, with day might come when'tte United States
instructions to Captain Bernier to try would lay claim to some of these ler-
utid muke a northwest passage, and, if ritories.
(Special lo the Optimist)
Calgary, March 22.���The coal op-
eratori and miners' representatives are
still in session here, debuting over the
miners' ugreement. It is understood
they are still far from a settlement, antl
it begins to look doubtful whether there
will be any coal mined in Alberta this
year.
Both sides are stubbornly standing
where they were at the beginning, the
miners for a closed shop agreement, nnd   Waa Pinned Beneath Several Ton* of   Will Go up to Mile 42 and Clear lhe
DAN KOVICH IS
A LUCKY BIRD
HAS CHAMPION NARROW ESCAPE
IN    HISTORY    OF   PHOENIX
TO SHOVEL SNOW
UP THE LINE
THREE HUNDRED WORKMEN TO
CLEAR SNOW BLOCK
the operator! deud against it.
BERT POOLE KILLED
Fell Three Storiea from World Building at Vancouver
(Speciul to the Optimist)
Vancouver,   March   22.    Bert   Poole,
Rock While Carrying Three Sticka
of Dynamite Held aa in a Vice
Yet Eacapea Unhurt,
Way   for   Letting   Five   Blockaded
Enginea and Snow Plowa Through.
(Special to the Optimist)
Nelson,  Murch  22.���Dan  Kovich,
miner, hatl the most miraculous escape
in  the  history of  Phoenix  camp this
,,     ,,,.,, morning  through   the   arching   of  two
employed at the Word  Luilding here; rocks over  hjm   ^..porting SCores of
fell three stories to the ground dying ,ons of 0���, u|M|(,r whjph hc WM h,.|d ,
Engine   112   equip) etl   with   un   ingenious   makeshift   tinder  wiih   water
a tank, ami coal space built  from a Hat
last night as a result of the injuries he
sustained.
MINERS WILL STRIKE
car, left the 0, T. P. yards this morning
with a long train conveying HOO workmen tO mile .12, the scene of (he snow
bluckadc.
Old 112 is the only locomotive on this
side of the snow  banier.    Beyond tin-
prisoner  for  four  hours  in  the  chute
of dranby mine.
Kovich climbed the gates and went
up the chute contrary to orders, when slide are held up live engines, the rotary
~      "~ the ore suddenly was released.   In the; and   wing   snow   plows,   the   general
Feea Deducted from Their Pay Have ; rug|, down hp was pinned under many! superintendent's    inspection    car,    and
Not Been Handed Over
(Special to the Optimist)
vt i   _   i*r..���i, oi     in., mlnm o���    triciite him.    Thc escape is the more
Nelson,, March 21.   -Then"""'��� ���:! miraculous  as  he  carried  three slick-
ployed by the Internationa   Cotl UA Jj A....milv   one of wUcJ, WIIS ,.���,. in
Coke company hay.'.decided t.go out    ;   * ;        ,,���,*��� Kovich   is
SBjSftJWtUSM ��fi sgfi,,n,,un = his mM"Mow
pay which ihey claim  huve not been  aaPWwnw.
handed over to thc Secretary of the
Union.
tons weight. Held as in u vice nntlIother rolling slock. The gang of three
completely buried it took dozens of hundred nun nrc nil engaged for the
mini-rs  for  four  hours digging to ex-  purpose of clearing lhe snow awuy und
ROW OVER A WOMAN
(Siieciul to the Optimist)
Winnipeg,   Murch   21.~Nick   Mott-I
vioson, the man implicated in a row al [
lhe Roblin House over a woman, when;
Antonio Giovanni was shot  on Friday
was itrersled Ofl  Sunday in a suburb
of  the  city.    He  had shaved  oil  his
moustsche.
Helpful Talks to Business Men
Mr. Storekeeper
Do You Know?
People will not assume that
your store is ns good as its
Strongest competitor unless
Itsjadvsrtlslng is as good.
Consult The   Optimist
DOGS FOUGHT
OVER BODY
I
GRUESOME   FIND   IN   FASHIONABLE WINNIPEG SUBURB
Street Doga Were Dicaovered Devouring the Dead Body of a Newly Born
Child A Shock to the Elite of
Winnipeg.
(Special lo the Optimist)
Winnipeg.   March   22.   The   inhabi-
j Hints   of   the   fashionable   suburb   of
I Fort Rouge, got S bad shock today by
u   gruesome   diSOOVefy  made   by  some
I children   playing   on   Kinsgway.     Attracted   by   the  sight   of some  dogs
; lighting, the children went to Investigate.
They discovered ihui the animals were
quarreling over the dead body of s
newly born child.    Both legs und one
urm were missing.
The police  ure trying to gel   In lhe
bottom ��f the gruesome mystery, but
so fur without any clue as lo lhe child's
identity or Ihe manner in which it came
to be deposited on the street.
One   of    Messrs.    MOON    Brothers'
teums had an Interesting   lesson In
behavior beside nn nutocur this morning.
The horses were held sternly close t<.
the cur while the driver Started ami
stopped lhe engine several times to
accustom them to the whirring noise.
freeing the tied up vehicles.
Thirty cents un how is the wage
Offend by the 0. T. P. and it was
stated ihat a considerable number of
the men going oul were those who had
been on strike in the ciiy. The statement is Mt supported by the P. It. I. A.
members.
PRINCE   RUPERT   IN   EARLY
Made the Trip in Thirty-three Houra.
Many Paaaengera Landed
This morning aliout nine o'clock Ihe
Prince Ru|>ert arrived after n record
psssagS of thirty-three hours. Sho
brought a large number of passengers,
und full general Cargo und mail. About
u hundred laborers landed from the
third   dsss   section.     They   were   met
uml Interviewed bj* the ever-watchful
I*. It. I. A. commi.lee men and iheir
helpers, but there wus no demonstration,
ANOTHER NEW CANNERY
30.000 (   ��������� ������ l'l..ni for Hidden Inlet on
Port lnnd Canal
Ketchikan, March 21. Mr. F. J.
ComSSUX of Vancouver. II. C, han
been in Kelchiknn this week when he
has plaeetl an Ofder with the local n ill
fi i a large consignment of lumtx r." I.e
shipped to Hudson Inlet, in Portland
Canal.  The order cells for lumber whh
which lo build docks, Chinese ami
Indian house'*, bunk and mc:* hi U Sl
antl out buildings.
The compsny which Mr. Comeoux
represents will begin the erection of I
80,000 case capacity cannery then
Immediately, ���IP
T 11 E   PHI N CK    K U P _ 1< T    0 P 1 1 Al 1 B '1
Teas For AD Tastes
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PRINCIPALLY   TO  THE  INTERESTS   OF   WOMEN     J
THE COSY CORNER
"Twininfts"   's not a new brand of Tea,
Many Old Country people recognize it as an old time favorite and high grade
Tea.     We have it in 1-2 and 1 lb. pkgs. at, lb.. .40
"Twining'-. Three Star,"  highest grade,  per lb. .50
Blue Ribbon Tea.   Nabob Tea,   Victoria  Cross
Tea. perlb 40
Tetley's Yellow Label 40
Tetley's Sunflower Red 50
Lipton's "A" half and one lb. tins, per lb 60
Lipton's "B" half and one lb, tins, per lb bO
Ridgway's Old Country half lb. tins 25
Ridgway's "Five O'clock" half lb. tins 30
Lipton's Tea in three lb. tins 1.00
Tetley's Tea in three lb. tins. Brown label LOO
Tetley's Tea in three lb. tins. Blue label 1.15
Victoria Cross Tea, five lb. tins 1.75
Empress Tea. five lb. tins 1.65
Good Bulk Teas, per lb 25 to .35
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Yakima   Potatoes,    none   better,   per    lb.    2   3-4c.
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 Trince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
Social Notes
Mrs. W. M. Law leaves on Thursday
to join Mr. Law in Seattle.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ritchie leave on
Thursday to spend a month in Victoria.
Mrs. Donald McLeod entertained at
i Bridge yesterday afternoon.   Miss Macdonald   was   ihe   winner   of   the   lirst
prize, Mrs. G. R. Naden won the second
and Mrs. Arnold ihe booby prize.
Mrs. R. L. Mcintosh was the hostess
I at a small dinner party last evening.
' given in honor of Mr. L. F. Grant who
: leaves on Thursday for Vancouver
. where he will in future reside.
LYNCH BROS.
Departmental Stores
Phone No. 2
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PRINCE RUPERT. B.C.
JULIUS LEVY
Jobber oj High-grade Havana Cigars
Tobaccos Wholesale and Retail
The Optimist
DELIVERED TO ANY ADDRESS IN SECTIONS 1, 5
AND  6   EVERY DAY FOR
50c PER MONTH
The Fashionable Coifture
The properly dressed head is pretty
in the extreme just now: the shape of
the head is perfectly kept, the hair
being simply waved and taken back
over a low pad, not roll; the curls, of
which there are many, are generally
fastened on the back, a small iwisi
or plait coming round them, showing
a little of the waved hair at the nape
of the neck. Women have got sc
accustomed to the convenience of the
additions to their natural hair that it
is seldom one has the time to only
arrange one's own entirely; a hairdresser can of course make much murium of the natural hair than the owner,
but that involves time and money.
The curls therefore have come in as a
huge convenience. The parting of the
hair is charming to those it suits, but
extraordinarily unbecoming to those il
does not, while the soft waves are
nearly always attractive. A pretty
bandeau of velvet, jet, pearls, or ornamentation to suit the color of the
dress is a very chic finishing touch if
not too broad or remarkable in its
adjustment.
Some Health Hinta
Often   the   irritation   in   the   throat
can be relieved by taking the juice of
a lemon.
A simple cleanser which relieves
skin smarting is made by dissolving
magnesia in soft or rain wa'.er. The
powder naturally become- a paste and
should be thickly spread over the
face. It remains for five minutes, when
it must be mopped off with warm
water and a sponge.
Mint has many virtues and a few
vices. Well washed, the leases pulled
from the stems, slightly mashed and
boiling water pound over, there results a "mint tea'' that is said to be
a sovereign remedy for nervous as
well us stomach troubles. In preparing the mint tea the bowl is kept
closely covered until the contents are
cool, then strain, pour into a bottle
that can be closely corked and set on
ice. When wanted ice should be pounded
very fine and a little sugar added if
liked.   Some prefer the lea unsweetened.
Proper Breathing
To breathe properly take a deep,
slow breath, another and another. Put
both the hands on your ribs and see
how they expand and contract as you
breathe in and out. Put one hand* on
the low ribs in front and the other
Oppotlte it in the back. Feel how the
back swells as you breathe. There is
a powerful muscle called the diaphragm
that divides the chest from the abdomen.
As the heart and lungs are in the chest,
the diaphragm may be called the floor
of lhe chart, ll is fas.ened to the backbone, the ribs and the sternum, or
breastbone. And when people spci.k
of diaphragmatic breathing they mean
just what we are doing now -filling ihe
lungs with air and emptying them by
the expansion and contraction.
Friendahip
There are three friendships which are
advantageous and three which are injurious. Friendship with the upright,
friendship with the sincere and friendship with the man of much infi rma
ii'n these are advair age* us. Friendship   with   the   man   of  specious   airs,
friendship with the in limatlnriy soft,
friendship with the glib tongued    these
arc injurious.   Confucius.
little dropped into cold wuter can be
worked into a soft ball. Add a great
spoonful of butler and boil until a little
of the candy, dropped into iced water,
becomes brittle. Have ready shelled and
skinned a cupful of rousted peanut-kernels, siir these into the candy, take from
the lire and pour into buttered tins.
Maple Ice Cream
One cupful of rich maple syrup, one
pint of cream, yolks of four eggs, and
white of one egg. Heat the syrup to
the boiling point, pour it slowly on the
well beaten yolk, and cook in a double
boiler until it is thick. Let it cool and
add the cream and the beaten whites.
Siir well together and let it freeze.
SEATTLE TO NOME
IN MOTOR BOAT
SPORTING EDITOR TO CO ON A
VENTURESOME TRIP
Mr. J. A. Ricker Will Take Hia Wife
With Him, and Later Will Publish
Seriea of Stories of Their Adven-
turea.
Seattle, March 21.���Accompanied by
his wife, J. A. Ricker, manager of the
Los Angeles branch of Outdoor Life,
sporting and outdoor maguzine of Denver, Colo., this summer will undertake
a trip in a twenty-four-foot gasoline
launch from Pugel Sound to Nome,
Alaska.
Mr. and Mrs. Ricker will come to Seattle early in June. After two days'
stop-over here they will sail for Skagway via the "inside rou:e." _ They will
follow the route of the Alaska S.eam-
ship company and all officials and masters of that company have been instructed to be on the lookout for them
and if necessary render them aid. At
Skagway their bout will be hoisted to a
Hut car of the White Pass & Yukon
route, taken over the mountains and
! launched in the Yukon river, which
stream they will follow to St. Michael
and cross Norton Sound to Nome,
' where one of the vessels of the Alaska
I Sieumship company will pick them up
and bring them back to Seattle. Arrangements have just been completed
by the Alaska Steamship company to
handle Mr. and Mrs. Ricker and' aid
them in their interesting journey.
While en route they will send tele-
l*rams of their progress and ulso will
w.i.e ind Illustrate a series of stories
to be published the coming full und
winter.
1 he trip already is attracting attention from sportsmen, especially those
interested in motor boating, and the
trip cannot help but widely exploit
Alaska from the hunting and sporting
standpoint. The Ala ka Steamship company later will get up a booklet covering
the entire trip.
GRAHAM ISLAND WHALING
DAILY COOKING RECIPE
Peanut Candy
Put into a granite kettle 2 1-4 ru|is of
sugar and moisten it with 1-2 cup cf
water.    Boil, without stirring, until a
New     Headquartera    for     Induatry
Speeding Towarda Completion
iFrom cur own Correspondent'
Rapid progress is being made with
the new whaling sin ion ut Naden
Harbor, (iraham Island, under the able
direcion of the manager, Mr. Rusk.
Over   one   hundred    whites,    Indians,
( tiinoac and Japanese are engaged in
clearing the site and erecting substantial
buildings, A gi t d wharf haa hi en
completed and ihe water supply frim
a criek, i ne n ile in ni the Station, will
lie u.ilizcd. The boiler an.l en'ini
room is a lar^c Structure, in which six
furnaces will be Used. It is exiected
thi.t all will be in readiness for the
treating of the whahs by the .first day
of May.
TO RESTART CANNERY
Mr. DeaBriaay Will Have Cold Storage
Plant Too
Af.er  b?ing  :lut   down  f .r  several
years t r. DeaBriaay has decided to
repair his cannery on Prince of Wales
Uand.
His c tnpany is rebuilding the dock
and cons-rue ing a eld s.. rage plan.
1 hey will n i only cun sulmon but
become hrge shippers (i trash lish. The
machinery is now on the ground and work
is bi iig dine.
SS.
Sails for
p.m.
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Thursdays, at
����. Prince Albert for Sb rtWeomiil
days.after arrival of Princi R     _v_A
Port Simpson. Naas J
by Island poiius. Incl (W4
lotte  City,   Pacofl, R ,;J
Keruffe Bay, every altt -. i-riiiayitl
12 O'clock    lion: .   ,������!!.:; Jtjj
The   Grand Trunk Railway Syslcm
connecting with trains froi ���    Pacified
coaat operatea a freqm  -
lent service of luxurious :li i
double   track  route  1. : -,," I
Toronto.  Montreal,  Qui I .   IMifax,
Portland, Boston, X, .V ': i Phili, !
delphia,   Informatioi   i d i    ets obtainable from tin- ,.;;. . t nk,���.
tioned.   Trans-Atlantic
lines arranged.
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   ANI)   PASSI SI
w
Railway Company
^^
B. C. Com! S.S. Serrkl
"PRINCESS  MAY"
Northbound Mar. 16-Southb und Mar.20
Train for Chicago, Wil Toronto
leaves Vancouver'.'."l
Traiii  for   Montreal.   New   York and
points Last I, -.,: es \ II
p.m.   daily.
Through tickets !.. Eui Points
in connection with the fini t Al
Steamers.
J. G. McNab
General Ajent
New
Knox
Hotel
ARTAUD & BESNBR, Propbiwom
The Nto  Knnx  Ilnt.-l i. nmw ,,'"
elan.   Flrtt-claM Mr-Ice.   Ail thi ��������� ;
Improvement*. ���:���:-
FIRST AVEM'K. PRINCE RUPEKI
Windsor Hotel
FIRST AVENIK AT EIGHTH !
Newly Furniihed snd
Steam Healed Room*
A FIRST   CLASS BAR   AND   I   flW
room IN CONNB TION
RATF.S 50 CENTS AM' '
BATHS   FREE   TO  til ESTS
ROBT. ASHLAND M.W*
GRAND HOTEL
WORKING MAN'S HOME
-Spring Beds, clean White She <l 2oC
Rooms 50c
UEST  IN  TOWN   FOR  THE   MONEY
Labour   Bureau  in  connection
All kinds of positions   r-op��
funished
FIRST AVF. AND SEVFNTH STKEET
J. GOODMAN. Propri-t"
Phone 178, Prince Rupert, B.L- H K   P K.I NOB    K U P E II T   .0 P T I M I S T
COAL   NOTICE
|(,'.	
Tn
nCharli
'tb. I
I.. 11
,tte Islnnils Land District-District
of Skt'enu
. that I. John McLeod, ofVaneouver,
Ion broker, Intend to apply for per-
oapect for COal anil petroleum oil tlie
iiilssi Imi.ls. , .
Hu'iitn post planteil nt tho soutli-
r ,.,,iil llcenoe N". 3��2��. markeil J.M.,
' thence smith 80 chains, thenee eust
jnce north 80 cliuins, thenco wost SU
ut of commencement.
JOHN MeLEOD.
1911 Wilson GowinK,.Aitent.
COAL    NOTICE
ml
Ttlte i
B.C    ���
tr.i-*   n
:���.
. (''"
S.W.
Ocha
L  .
B        I
fub. I
! irlotte Islands Land Diatrict���Diatrict o!
Skeena
, itlcethai I. J"!"1 McLeod, of Vnncouver,
m broker, intond to upply for per-
prospect for ooal nnd petroleum on the
escribed lands,
encins at �� post pluntisl nt tho south-
, .il licence No. UKJ'.I, mnrki-d J.M..
thence north 80 ehuins. thence oust
ce smith BO chains, thanon weat 80
of c.iiiiiiieiici'liienl.
JOHN  MeLEOD.
li 1,1011 Wllaon Gowinir. AKint.
ib, il.
<w- Cl ar) itte Islands Und DUtrict-District ol
Skeens
���     ,   thai I. John McLeod, of Vancouver,
on brokor, intend to npiily for per-
i . cl l'..r eul and petroleum on the
I 1...I lnnds.       ,_,__.___,
, ul u post plnnted ot the north-
I licence Nu. 88ML mnrked J.M.,
ctt thenee north 80 chnins, thane* ensl
.��� south Nl chains, thence west ho
l, i commenoament
1 pn. JOHN MeLEOD.
Wllaon Gowing, Agent
gnCksrl itte Islands ljind DUtrict���District of
Skii'na
i. thai I, Jolin McLood of Vancouver,
Iter, intend to apply for permission
. .-ud und (H'troleum on the following
���i' ��� ��� _ _    ,
Commencing in n post planteil at the mouth ol
larTM i.In' nml mnrked J.  McL. S. E. Corner.
!, thence BOfth HO chnina. thenco west 80
nuth  80 chains,  tlience east  HO
i   ..f    commencement*    containing
re or lean.
i,*,il.i, :l, mil. JOHN McLKOD
flsrsnce McDowell, Agenl
(j ������ 1 lands Land DUtrict��� District ot
Skaana
hai I. John Mclxwl of Vancouver,
,   intend to apply for permUisio
! il and lietroleum on the follow ng
:..
.i posl plantad about live miles
r.- .   mill*  west  ol  tho  mouth  of the
markad J. McL., N. W. Corner
nuth  SO chains, thenco east 80
..nil  SU chains,  thence  neat  80
i I .'.niimencenit.nl;  containing tilt)
. I.-**.
I'll. . JOHN  McLKOD
Clurence McDowell, Agent
MB Charlotte islands Land DUtrict���DUtrict of
Skeens
thsl I, John McLeod of Vancouver
rr. intend to apply for permission
'���' -  i! und iielroleum on the following
ll
' .1 u poet nlanted two milea west
I ���' the Tl-el River snd msrkeil J
[U*l.-   8. M. Corner.   No. 28, thence north 80
il.-tii*.      tsi   SU  chains,  thonce  aouth   80
a  nasi 80 chains to point of com-
ftur.-!'.       . ��� Mining 610 acres, more or leas.
p.i. I I... L'l. 1911. JOHN McLKOD
Pi      ��� Clarence McDowell, Agent
��n Chariotta Islands Lsnd DUtrict���DUtrict of
Sk.-ena
st I, John Mcl-eod ot Vsncouver,
"rupattnn broksr, intend to apply for permiasion
���a iini-iNi-t *. ��� eoal and petroleum on tho following
���WriU'l ..,��� .
Comm,-' ring at s post nlanted ahout four miles
i��tti and . ���... ii,. tut ol tho mouth ot the Tl-el
Bw ,n.| marked J. McL., S. E. Comer, No. GO
Pjaeeno I chains, thencc weat 80 chsi a,
���    chains,   thencc  esat   80   chains
<M nl ...n I, ..ncoment;   containing   6*10  sens.
iTnr.. nr
lliv.-ll.l    ., 1!,11. JOHN MeLEOD
���j  *. ne, ���:���. n rcnee McDowell, Agent
|fcM Chariotta Islanda lsnd DUtrict���DUtrlct'ol
t l Skeens
lake none, ths) I.John McLeod of    ancouver.
-nil.iti.iii broker, intend to apnly for permission
WT'������" |sei        oal and petroleum on the following
Queen Charlotte glands Lund District lli.irii'l ol
Bkeena
Tuke notice thut 1, John Md d ol Vanoouver,
occupution lirokcr. inlend to upply (or permtasion
lo prospect lor coul und petroleum on Ilic following
descrihed lunds:
Commencing ut u post plumed ut tha mouth ol
tho Tl-el Itiver and murked J. McL. N. E, Corner, No. ;io, thanea smith su cimins, thenoa west
oU chuins, thsnee north SU cliuins, llieuco oust 8U
chains to point ol commencement; contslnlni l.IU
acres, more or less.
Dsted Eeli.'Jl, lilll John MeLEOD
Puh. Keb. 23, Uslio E, Wulter, Auent.
Queen Churlotte Islunds Lund llislrict    llislrict ot
Bkeena
Tako notice lhat 1, John McLeod ot Vuncouver,
occupulion broker, intend to apply for pi-rini-sion
to prospect tor conl uml petroleum on tlie following '
descrihed lunds;
Commencing nt u post plunted about two miles
west ol the mouth ol lhe 'i'l-el itiver und marked
J . McL.   N. w. Corner, No. 88, thonoe south su
chains,   thence  east   SU  cliuins,   thenee  north   Ml
chuins, thence west SU chains to point oi com- ;
mencement:  containing 840 acres, more or loss.
Dated l'eh. 21, lilll JOHN Mcl.Kllll
Pub. Fob. 21). Clarence McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Lund District���District ot ',
Skii-mi
Tako notice that 1, Joint MoLeod of Vuncouver. j
occupation lirokcr, intend to upply for permission
to prospoct (or eoal and petroleum on the following
dcscrili.Hl lunds*.
Cummencing ut u post plunteil uhout Iwo miles j
west of the mouth ot the Tl el Hi.or un.l murked !
J.    McL.   N. B. Corner. No.  18, thenoa south 80
chains,  thence west  SU cliuins,  thence north  SU '
chains,  tlience east  su chains to point ol commencement; eitntiiininit mi ucres. more or laaa.
Dated Keb. 21, lilll JOHN Mi'l.lll'.ll
Puh. Keb. 23. Clsrcncu McDowell, Agent
Queen Churlotte lslnnds ldtnil District���DUtrict ol i
Bkaana
Tuke notic,* tlmt I, John UeLaod ot Vancouver, ,
occupution bniker, intend lo upply for p.-r:
to prospect for coul nml petroleum or. ilu- tollowing ]
described lands:
Commencing at a post plant.sl niioiil lour mllea
aoulh und thns* miles wost of tlie mouth of the
Tl-el River anil mnrknl J. Mc.L. S. B. Corner.
No. 73, thenn- nortli SU chains, tlience wi-sl SO
chains, thanea south 8U chnins, thenee nsl BO
chains In point of commencement; nuituitiing
840 lien's, inon' or less.
Datad Pan, 22. Mil John UeLBOD
Pub. Feb. 21. Clarence McU..will. Agent
Queen 0 arlotle Islanda Lund District���D strict of
Bkeena *
Take noiin* that 1, John McLmd "l Vanoouver,
occupation broker, intend to n|.|il\ fur permission
to pnoejoel 'or cnal nn 1 petroleum on th;- fullowing
jescrilu* 1 land:
Commencing ut a posl plant d all ���. t . ight milos
south and lour west ot the in.-tith of TU-i Uiver
and in 1 k d J. Mci... N. K. Corner. N n. 78, thence
\\. *u hains, t .once south 80 chains, tlience north
8' chains, tlience ea*t so rliuin*. 10 point ot coin-
manoauiant: containing (i 10 ucres. oreorls
Dnt.-d Keh 24, 1  11. JOHN McLKOD
Puh. Fell. 27. C. Mel kiwoU, Agent
Qui��n Charlolte Island- l-ind District���DUtrict of
Bkaana
Tako notiee that I. John Mcl/sid ot Vancouver
occupation broker, inlend lo appl tor permission
to pros|ieCt or coal ..nd petroleum o;. tin lollowing
descril'isi Ian I:
Commencing al a post planted nlwut eight
miles snuth and tour west ol th ��� month of lhe
'1 !-el River a d marks! J. McL. S B. Con.cr.
No. 80, thence r ort li 80 chains, thenc- west 80
chsina, ll.-.- south 811 chains, thence east 80
chain* to point of commencmont; containin 40
aensi, mor   or leaa. .���
! iaio   Feb.-'1,1 JOHN McLKOD
Puli. l'eh 47 C. McDowell. Agenl
QuecnlCharlotto lalandi Land Diatrict���DUtrict of
Skeens
Take notice that I, John Mcl-cod ot Vsncouver,
occupation broker, Intend to apply for permiaaion
to prospect tor cosl und petroleum on the follow! g
described lsnd:
Commencing st s post plsnled slmut iwo i.iilcs
north from tho mouth ol lhe Tl-el Itiver snd
marked J. McL. N. E Comer No. 2, ihenee
south 80 chains, thencc west 8 chains, thenco
north 80 chaina, thenco east 80 cha ni (o point
of commencement;    containing   640 acres   more
PslcTFob. 26.1911. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 27. T. K. \\ alter: Agent
TO LOCATE LINE
TO PEACE RIVER
C N. R. ENGINEERS LEAVE ON
SURVEY    FROM    EDMONTON
Hope to Have the Survey Complete
by the End of This Summer Several Preliminary Surveys Have
Been Attempted.
Edmonton, March 21. The Canadian
Northern Railway will c< mplole lhe
location of a line m the Peace Hiver
country this summer. Followina the
announcement of this, a. Melghton
C. N, R. engineer, who hus charge o(
lho parly which is locating this line,
said he hoped to have a line aurveyed
through to the Peace River by the
end of summer. Mr. Melghton left
Edmonton in January wiih his party
and will he engaged during the sprint;
and summer in locating the route thai
is in he followed hy the Canadian
Northern when ihat company builds
its road lo the Peace River. Several
preliminary surveys in the direction
of i lie Peaci Kiver hnve been made
previously hy the railway company,
inn  a satisfactory route has never vet
been located. Tha; will he Mr. Meigh-
ton's work during the coming summer.
The Peace River line leaves the main
line west of Edmonton, at Onaway, near
Lac St. Anne. It crosses ihe Athabasca
near the June'inn nf the McLeod and
Athabasca rivers, al While, un. The
Incaiinn of tin* line has been completed
fifteen mihs beyond that point.
The Westholme Lumber Co.
LIMITED
-WK HANDI.K ALL KINDS OK -
BUILDING SUPPLIES
First Avenue Telephone 186
C0-.71.T1
' :i pott planteil alwut four milea
I '������ .nl of the mouth of the Tl-ol
If;   ' ��� 1 J. Mci... N. E. Corner, No 6,
li,    " .'liaina,  thenco west  80 chaim.,
I el um*, thenci. eaat 80 chain" tc
11.������ncoment;   conUining  CIO  acren
|I    ���
Mm* nr !...
I ���'.  I'Ml
I
JOHN McLKOD
Clarence McDowoll,|Agent
pni I , I-lamN Und Diatrict���Dintrict ol
-, 1. -cm
I,., 'I I. John McLood of Vancouver,
I    . i. intend to spply for permission
I j' ^"al and petroleum on tho following
. POM planted about four milo*
I    , ������:���-   w���( ot the  mouth  nf  the
l\ " "ikiil   J. Mc.L. N. E. Corner.
I,.  . "Iii  0 chaina, thonco went 80
It, r'li: 0   chaina,  thonce  eaat SO
It '/commencement;  containing 040
|p��bi!i .     '''i*                   JOHN MeLEOD
��� Clarance McDowell, Agent
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
FORESHORE LEASE NOTICE
C,'"tl.;i;.,i Hi^ti-ict���District of Skeena
lak. notice that 1, Paul Brendler, of
Ni It','1"ls''""1-. "pupation farmer, in-
thi. (11 ;'!'.' y ^"r Permission to lease
���    "lj"'���).;- foreshore:   CommencinR
loc't!,    |I;,"U'11 "''out 12 feet from the
IE" ' I"-1 of lot 1301 on Porcher Is-
.'' f ���"'"���':  in a southerly  direction
��� het?   u' l"l;1' w��t��rniark 1200  feet,
|n'irt'hi.,*iU'SI*',? low wator mnrk! tht"nce
Ibmf   ;   [""owing low  water  mnrk
Ifcmcement     ' ca8t to point of com'
Dat,, 1 u     ���   I>AUL BRENDLER.
'    ' 'larch 7, 1911.
'"-'    -"i-tinn March 11
Skeena Land Dintrict-Diatrict of Cnimlsr
Take notiee that I Joseph Uelway of Vancouver
B.C., oceupation prorpectnr. Intenda to apply for
nermlmiion to purchase the  following descrilied
lends: ,       ,   _,
IJimmcneins nl a peel planted two ami om-half
miles in an easterly direction from the point on
Naas Uiver where the Ijiva Luke trail l��*i-ln��.
thencc west SO ehains, thence south B chaina.
thence east SO chains, thenee north 88 chnina to
point  of   comnieni-ement, containinK Mo   ncres
Da^'rVbTigll JOSEPH BKLWAY
Pub. Mar. 10
Skeena Und District-District tt pM��Ur
Take notice that I Arthur Jaliiei. \\ elidi of \ nn-
conver. me.ii.niion l.mker. Intends to npt.lj  foi*
pcrmiislon to puri*hii*.e the following de.eril.od
"ci'i'imeneiliK nl n poet plnnted three an.l in.-
half milea In nn ea��terly .lireetion from the polnl
00 Net-River where the Uve Uke  ,1"  ',"":���
mences near the trail. tli.*ii<i*enM ei��h >  chain.,
thence south HI chains,  theme  mm*   - ctaU*
thence north *n chaim to point ��f oonu-enoemonl
containinK 848 ncres mOTOOTllge.
Date Feb.8, lilll        A1UIII II ;JAJJ"* J:'���',
I'uh. Mar. 10 Joseph Helwaj. AKent
Skeena Und District-District of Ca.siar
Take notiee tha( I Andrew I unimini!'. "    VWj
couver. H.C. ���.',,.pi.tion  Oeok,  in lend. I...I.
for perml.slon to piirchn.e lhe follow ing 1I1 n 1 n>
^mmenelnK nt a post plant.-l threi* an.l on-
half miles In an easterly 'l""''"|'" fr" ' *"^' ^
on Nuns Hiver where the l���vn Uke *"*��'"��'���.
near the trail, tlie.,,'.' WOS s,.,rh";rh"'M "" ''.
���I chnins. thence ensl Mi ehains. theme nortn
chains topSnt of OOnUneno-MBt, containinK 840
'"CommencinK at a post plan.e.1 three ami ono-
hnlf miles In an "^jV^UkVwIl bffinl
on Nans Itiver where the I.,   a UM OT 1^ ^
containinK MO acres. HIK'.II D C.II.LIS
KMar.lb.1911- Joseph llelway. Agent
MUSSALLEM & CO.
Good  Fresh Groceries
:      at  City   Prices      :
LINEN TABLE CLOTHS & TURKISH TOWELS
ARK A SPECIAL   LINE  WITH  US.
MUSSALLEM & Co.
Fifth Ave., east of McBride
Phone 228 Week
w. L. BARKER
Architect
Second avenue anil Third street
Over Westenhaver Hros.' Ollice.
MUNRO  A   I.AILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS -:��� AUDITORS
Law-Butler Building      Phone No. 2hii
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 351
xl.KltKD CARSS,        C. V. BENNETT, H.A.
of British ('..liiiiiiiiu ,.f li.c Ontario,See-
ami Uanltobs Bars. katcbowan und AI-
berta itnrs.
carss & bi'.nnett'
Barristers, Notaries, Ktc.
OffloowI*xehanne lil.n*k, eomer Third avenue nnd
Sixth slriM't. Prinee llin.ert. 8
WANT   RATES   INCREASED
White Pass  Railway  President  Sees
Railway Commission
Dawson, March 20. That the rates
on the While Pass & Yukon should lie
raised instead Of reduced is the opinion
of General Manager Berdoe, who has
just returned from the east. The
company has bean panted a stay in the
execution of the order issued hy the
railway commissioners, effective until
the lirst of June, when the case will
come up for reconsideration.
The road at present is only earning
2 per cent on the capital invested, and
this fact has evidently caused the commissioners to take another view of the
question, The president of the aril-
way, Mr. S. Ii. (irtivcs, interviewed
Chairman Mayhee and presented this
fact to him and also pointed out that
the road wus only in operation foi
about four months in the year, and in
that period must earn their dividends.
For the rest of the year the road received no tevenue.
Alaska Pioneer Dead
Louis Nadeau, who was one of the
oldest of Alaska pioneers and for tlie
past seven or eight years a resident of
Ketchikan, died at the home of his
nephew in Nadeau, Michigan, February
21.
WHEN BUILDING -SEE US
We are in a position to save you
money on all classes and untiles
of   Kinlihiii'.   Material.     A  complete stock of the following materials always on hand:    :    :    :
Tacoma Hardwall   Plaster,   Clay   Owen
Fire  Brick, Common Red Brick, Buffed
Pressed Brick I any tint). Lumber of all
Descriptions, Lath,   Shingles,   Sa.h   and
Doors, Cement, Lime, Sand Gravel,   The
Best   Domestic   Coal   on   thc   Market.
We conduct a General Transfer and
Storage Business. Our prices ure
riuht nnd we guarantee satisfaction. All material handled are of
Standard,
Transfer & Storage Co. Ltd.
PHONE iv,
LINDSAY'S c^ToARGAEGrd
G. T. P. Transfer Agenta
Orders promptly filled.    Prices reasonable.
OFFICE-H. B. Rochester. Centre St.     Phone O.
Fruit   :   Produce   :    Feed
WHOLESALE
H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave.
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English und American Billiard*.
Twelve Tahles Second Ave.
ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
ELECTRIC WIRING
IN IIOT1I  I'KIVATE AND BUSINESS HOUSES
Work performed hy experts only.
A lirst cIhsb job is guuranteed in
every instance.
A large stock of Chandeliers  and
Fittings carried.
H. W. Blakely - Electrical.
Third Ave.       ���        ���       Near Sixth
Little's NEWS Agency
Magazines :: Periodicals :: Newspapers
CIGARS   ::  TOBACCOS  ::   FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
To Lease
ON REASONABLE TERMS
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FIRE INSURANCE AND RENTALS
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
Second Ave., Princo Rupert, B.C.
WM. S. BALL, L.D.8., 1). I). S.
I )** NT I ST.
Crown ami Bridge Work a Specially.
All dental operations Mli.jiy treated. Qaaand
lo**uI anesthetics admlnistererl f.*r tin* painless ex*
tr.ietion of teeth.   Consultation free.   Offtoea: 19
ami IM Abler lil.K-k. I'rinee Itiimrt. 11.12
HANDASYDE   C&   HURT
ai:i:nts  roa  stki.i..   mauiinkry
...AND   coSTItAt T.ilt.;   lUPrUBL..
P. O. Box 436 - (HIi,.   3rd and Fulton
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I'll INCH Itlll'KHT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
rtl'll. Ill   WM.   KOXIIN. K81J.. A.II.A.M.. MM.. KN'I*
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE   AQENCY
Cdl.LKCTIONS ANI) RBPORTfl
SIXTH STREET
PRINCE Itlll'KHT
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO.  63
Meets in Ilie HelgSTSOTI Hlock
Every Tuesday Evening
All   members  of  the  order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
G. S. JOHNSTONB, N.G.
H. MORTON. Secretary.
PRINCE RUPERT WAREHOUSING AND
FORWARDING COMPANY
First Ave.
Nenr McHiid.
Forwarding,  Distributing and
Shipping Agents.
Storage of Baggage and Household (iooils a Specialty.
-AT   LOWEST   RATES
Douglas Sutherland, Mgr.
P. O. Box 907
Phone 262
F. W. HART
UNDERTAKER & KMHU.MKlt
STO.'K   rilMl'I.KTK
E.   EBY   C8.   Co.
REAL   ESTATE
Kitauinkaium Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM - B. C.
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Wednesday, March 22
Little Eva's Dream is Shattered
After wr had decided to let the Liquot License By-law ret until next January
Aldermi'ii Newton in his paper last night revived the matter by accusing the Optimist of having no interest in the subject save lhat of trying to stii up s.rife among
his colleagues. Little Eva is still afraid of as when we speak kindly to her. She
is a shy child, and unused to compliments.
In her haste to fly from the wooing words of the bold bad intruder, little Eva
gets so llusiered, she cannot distinguish between things that differ. She accuses
us of never having any temperance principles except for the purpose of.fomenting
strife.    Nay, nay, Eva, not even then.
The Optimist has never stood for cither temperance or anti-temperance
principles at any time. lis attitude during the Scott Act campaign was that it
was an issue for the |>eople to decide, according to their attitude towards the whole
liquor problem.   It sought to avoid bringing politics into the matter at all.
The attitude of the Optimist on the change of the houis in hotel bars has been
a consistent plea that the people should decide the matter. We leaned neither
to the hotel faction, nor to the temperance faction. We stood for the claim of the
whole of the voters to decide an issue in which they are all interested deeply, and
on which they had given the council no mandate to act for them.
For that reason and no other we supported Alderman Newton. Flattering
as it may be to little Eva to imagine that we had designs on her fidelity, the bitter
truth must be told. There was no thought of sowing seeds of discord in that happy-
City Hall family circle. It was just the cold meed of truth and justice we owed
to Alderman Newton for his personal stand in the matter���an honor which he must
share wiih Alderman Pattullo and also with Alderman Kerr, who on several.occa-
sions has shown a commendable desire to think and speak independently.
It is bitter to have to shatter little Eva's dream, but it must be done. It was
the right of the people to rule and not Alderman Newton's integrity that dictated
our course.
Notes and Comments
Two weeks from today and the new Congress at Washington will be in session
debating the Reciprocity bill.
The Conservative leaders who are crying out for Sir Wilfrid Laurier to go
to the country for a mandate on reciprocity are showing doubtful wisdom. If
Sir Wilfrid goes to the country it means a sure enough four years of exile for the
Conservative party.
A new club, the Overseas Club, was launched in the city last night. Any
members laboring under excitement und calling it the Half-Seas-Over Club ought
to be either immediately expelled or mulcted in drinks all round.
A Dollar Saved .. .
. .. A Dollar Earned
We have just unpacked a large consignment of carefully selected
SPRING NOVELTIES
DRESS GOODS SILK WAISTS
LINEN WAISTS WHITE UNDERSKIRTS
LACES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
EMBROIDERIES NECKWEAR
SILK RIBBONS IN ALL WIDTHS
TIES COLLARS
Ladies���Come and See���Our Values Shout at You
THIRD AVENUE
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WANTED���Position in hotel by competent woman;   cooking,   housekeeping or  chamlier
work.   Apply O. S. Optimiat. 61-tf
WANTED-Room nnd board in private family
X.M.. Optimiat Ollice. 14
WANTED-House. 4 or 5-ooma and kith,  fur-
niahed or unfurnished, nt once.     Apply at
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Teacher Wanted
Teacher  for  second   primer   and   flrat reader
work.   Must have second  claaa professional certificate or better.   Duties start after Easter holidays.   Initial salary HO per month.   Apply
C. H. SAWLE.
Sec., Prince Kupert School Board
Wanted
Tender, for excavating about TOO yard, of rock
and 1(10 yarda of earth.   Bida close on Saturday.
March 2b, at 12 o'clock noon.    Apply
67-70 SAVOY HOTEL
PERCY DORMER
LATE OF FARNBORO. ENG.
Wil) anyone who can Rive information concerning the above kindly commun'calt with
Holme, Princess Street   *   New Westminster
w. j. McCutcheon
Carriea complete stock of Druga.   Special
attention paid to filling prescriptions.
Theatre Block phone no. -9 Second A��e.
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST
Phone No. 200 P. O. Box 5S0
PRINCE RUPERT. B.C.
Latest Styles and Fashions
Exclusive Features
We have juat unpacked   a  very choice
consignment of the newest styles of
House Dresses Foulards
Linens Zephyrs
Lingerie    Collars     Neckwear
AT PRICES WITHIN YOUR REACH
Call in and see these new goods
Mrs. S. Frizzell
THEATRE BLOCK       SIXTH ST.
J
SMASHED A STORE WALL
Heavy   Blast   Damaged   the   Acme
Outfitting Co.'a Premises Today
A heavy blast smashed the east wall
of the Aetna Outfitting Co.'s store on
Second avenue this morning. The
men responsible are engaged in clearing
the adjoining let to make a way for a
row of stores. They took the precaution
to warn the proprietor and his. staff,
who left the building before the blast
was exploded. A couple of tons of
rock and earth were hurled heavily
against the wall of the store, smashing
it in, and throwing down the goods
and fixtures inside the store.
BOSCOVITCH   ASSAULT  CASE
Preliminary Hearing Continued Before Magistrate Caras Today
Behind closed doors again today the
unpleasant case of Mike Boscovitch
was further enquired into. After a
hearing which lasted well on to mid-day,
the case was adjourned unlil tomorrow.
Complainer with her hsband was
again present in court.
CHANGES IN
BRITISH HOUSE
TWO   MINISTERS   MAY   GO   TO
HOUSE OF LORDS
War Secretary Haldane ia Slated for
a Peerage and Probably Reginald
McKenna, Firat Lord of the Admiralty.
London, March 21.���Lobby reports
regarding cabinet changes arising frcm
the illness of the Earl of Crewe, secretary for India, include the promotion
of War Secretary Haldane to the peerage
and possibly Reginald McKenna, the
Canadian-born First Lord of the Admiralty, in order to strengthem the
representation of the government in tho
House of Lords. Should such changes
be made Colonel John E. B. Scely, under
secretary for the colonies, the reporLs
have it, would become sercetary of war.
The Earl of Crewe, who is suffering
from concussion of the brain, following
a collapse after a fainting lit, is said to
be progressing (avorably.
WEALTHY E0XER
HAD BAD TIME
JOHN O'BRIEN MANHANDLED
"TONY  "BIDDLE ALL RIGHT
Felt Mad at the Way Biddle Beat up
Hia Protege, so He Loosened Some
of Biddle's Teeth in a Mix-up.
Philadelphia, March 20.���"Tony"
Biddle, thc millionaire "pugilist," was
a hero for a few minu.es yesterday
after he had made Charles Burkhardt
of Salem, N. J., the "hope of the white
race," as introduced by "Jawn O'Brien,
quit in the second round of a six-round
battle. Burkhardt stands six feet three
and one-half inches, and has a reach
of 84 inches. "Tony" managed to
reach the "Hope's" stomach twice,
and he quit. Following this bout,
"Tony" took on "Jawn" O'Brien, and
reached the stomach of "Jawn" just
once. The n'Mawn" cut loose, and before
he remembered it was a friendly bout,
had blackened both of Tony's eyes, and
knocked two teeth down the red lane of
the millionaire.
The
New
REAL ESTATE AGENT
You all know that 99 Real Estate
Agents in a hundred list stacks of stuff
then peddle it to people that don't
want it.    My system  is  the opposite.
At the Moment I Want:
A Lot on Beach Place, cheap.
A Snap on 2nd or 3rd Ave., between
4th street and McBride.
2 Lota on 4th Ave., Section 5.
Particulars of Iron claims, especially
if in large bodies.
A quarter section at Hazelton.
More gravel adjacent to Prince Rupert.
1 also require a good Lady Stenographer immediately.
I also wish to inform the persons
who borrowed my " American " Typewriter on Tuesday last, the Uth inst ,
whilst I was away in Vancouver that
if they do not return it this week there
will be "somethin doin" in the shack
behind the Government Offices.
One of my acres at Massett will
make you a fortune. The only courage
worth anything today is money courage.
Chas. M. WUson,   ^^k
l'.u Box 2. Phone 69 blue or at Empress Hotel
LAND  LEASE  NOTICE
Skeena Land District-DUtrict of Coast Range 6
Take notice lhat I S. ... in A. Tallander of for-
cher Island, occupation ship master. Intend to apply for permission to lease . the foil..wink- described foreshore:
Commencinir at a post planted at the N.W. corner of lot 13.12. thence west to low water mark,
thence s. .uth along low water mark 25 chains
more or less, thenee east to S.W. corner of lot
M' .'. thence north along high water mark (being
th*- westerly boundary of lot 1.1021 26 chains more
nr less to point of commencement and containing
all foreshore In front of lot 1302.
SEVERIN ALEXANDER TALLENDER
Dated March 9. 1911.
Pub. March 18.
Quean Charlotta Islands Lsnd District -District ol
Skeena
Take notica that I, Join Mri**i'. ot Vancouver,
oecupatlon broker, intend tn apply for permission
to prospect for Coal and petrole-jm"on the lollsGGG
to prospect for coal and petroleum on tha followinR
described land:
CommencinK at a post planted about seven
miles north and one mile west of t.ie mouth of the
ll-el Rl.er and marked J Mel... S. W. Cirner.
No. U, the ice north HO rhai.n. theice ea*t 80
chains, the.ice sout-i 80 eialns. theice we.t *0
chains tn point of commencement: containinu 640
acres, more or leaa.
Dated Keh. 28, 1811. JOHN Mcl.EOD
Pub. Mareh 3. Clarance McDowell. Agent
We have just added to ..ur stock
a Miipment which comprises maw
new lines and il.~ii.-i... . :, ,f,,.{.
ly cut mid brilli-.Miy polished
ihese pieces arc attracting much
notice from those In search of
wedding present*; of nu ty and
worth. A visit tn our More is
sure to delight you.
Guessing Contest
Still Open
A chance to win a beautiful prize
worth S50.00. Only ona mon
week to run.
Heintzman Pianos
We stock them. We -.11 them
on easy payments. We rent them
C. B. WARK
Jeweller
PHONE 294 GREEN P.O. BOX 1��|
A. L. WATKINS
Plumbing   :  Steamfitting
Third Ave., between Tth and BthStt,
Over B.C. Bakery PRINCE RUPERT, B.C
WE ARE NOW SCREENING ALL
COAL
FOR ROUBEHOI I'
To those desiring a ch.*a:��
otter th.* sere, i
I
$7.50 per ton, Delivered
I ROCHESTER & MONROE
/ Ladyimtth C��*l
1    PHONE 115 CENTRE ST.
ROGERS & BLACK
���WHOLESALE   DEALERS W-
Building Material,   Cement,   Lim��,
Hair-fibre Plaster, Coke, Black.mith
Coal,  Common Brick,
Pressed Brick
Shingles, Lath, New Wellington Co.1
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY KILLED
See Us for Prices.
Phone No. IH
.'.PRINCE RUPERT CHORAL SOCIETY..
GRAND CONCERT
-IN THE EMPRESS TH! I    !
Thursday, March 23rd^
Under the au.plce.of the Ho��n": 0.�����"
Ar��i.t.-MI>. Holtby. Sor.ran I j ' *** *<**
Quartette Party.  m_m*V_t*ffi\Jj_
Froud. Clapperton an.l He    ' ���*___-_,
Ellii. Elocullool.t: Selerti. r - JJ "
conductor f,;     u.a
Mr. J. E. Davey MimI.Ii  *    v"
Ticket. EOc    at Orme'.    tm*m**m ******
Swift's Premium Hams ami BjCOB*"
Cowichan Eftes Me, II
QUEEN'S RESTAURANT
J. W. Williams ���:*        lro'n
THE  WEATHER
Twenty-four hours enJintf 5  *.
March 22. >tW
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It's Man's Tmntote
Well Dressed
Ever since Eve choose the prettiest most becoming fig leaf in the
rarden, the eternal feminine has
dressed mure richly than the male.
It [a characteristic of the sex that
woman had nn intuitive understand*
Ing of. the economic
value of good
t'lellies lung before the idea penetrated the reasoning head of man.
always she has wanted them for
iierseif and usually she gels them.
Tl���. small hoy lifting his voice
against the maternal application of
joap-suds and scrubbing brush is
the early masculine protest against
tlie doctrine of the value of appear-
inecs, which met the usual, and
most deserved, fate of masculine
protests,
It is one of the unending Btrug-
g|ea nf feminine intelligence to instil
the truth of the doctrine in the dull
liiaK mind.
Bui the dull male mind is beginning in understand and appreciate.
He is beginning to demand liner
raiment, with the result that the
demand for 20th Century Brand
garments keeps the big tailor shops
in Toronto working overtime. Ho !
you Adam, come look at these fine
cloth,'?.
Semi for a copy of oor Style Book
for Spring. To men who recognize
the value of correct and tasteful attire, this booklet is presented as a
(raids tn what men who aim to dress
well will wear during the Spring
ud Summer. The information is
ibsolutely authentic, and the various
garments illustrated cover every
need f��r society, business or pleasure.
\V, will he glad to send you the
latest edition of "Dress, a Magazine
for Men." illustrating and describing all the new 20th Century Brand
styles fur Spring and Summer, 1911.
Artistically and typographically is a
little (.,in. Eighteen suit and
eighteen overcoat styles are illustrated ami the 20th Century Brand
method nf bench-tailoring is fully
described, It will help you in choosing Spring clothes.    Phone 297 now.
Sloan & Company
Siltb  - I,. r t
Alder Block
INSERT YOUR LAND PURCHASE
NOTICES IN THE
OPTIMIST
Millinery    Spring Opening
The Misses Barbeau, Helgerson Block;
Sixth Jtreet, announce their spring
Opening in Millinery. Their line includes all the most modish styles, pa..
lected with great cure from the* leading
millinery houses of the country, They
announce that both large and Bmall
mo.dels will be modish according to the
OCCUton for which they are selected;
up-turned brims prevailing. As the
spring models will he hut little trimmed
they depend largely upon iheir shape
for eflectivciii'ss, color ctuurasis being
especially considered. They cordially
invito the ladies to Inspect their stock.
WILL EXHIBIT
OUR MINERAL
VANCOUVER IS PLANNING FOR
BIG    SHOW    THIS    SUMMER
Leading Mine Owners of B. C. Will bc
Invited to Send Samples of Their
Mineral Products for Display in
the Mineral Exhibit.
COAL NOTICE
COAL NOTICE
Vancouver, March 22.���According to
Mr. 11. B. Brown, a well known mining
man from the interior, the greatest
mineral display that has ever been
shown at any exhibition in America will
be placed in the Industrial Hall at the
Vancouver Exhibition this coming summer.
Mr. Brown Intends to interview the
leading imne owners in the Similaka-
meen distriet, the Rossland district.
Nelson district, the leading mine owners at Hadley, Princeton, antl Nicola,
as well as the Britlannia copper mines,
in the hope ihat everyone of them will
contribute towards making the mineral
exhibit at the coming show one of the
premier attractions.
Mr. Brown will also interview the
railroads and he feels confident that
he can secure free transportation fin
the ore. He also intends to have a
stamp mill installed on the grounds.
Toronto Varaity Electiona
Toronto, March 20.���J. J. Gibson,
the old Lit. candidate is President of
the Toronto University Literary Society
after an exciting election. His vote
was 488 to *(45 of his opponent, Mr.
G. F. McFarland.
The old Lit ticket was victorious all
the way through.
DAWSON   WANTS
Board  of  Trade  of  Yukon
Goes on Record
RECIPROCITY
Capital
Dawson, Y. T., March 20.���The Daw-
si.n  Board of Trade has unanimously j KJ^'kS^jj,1911.
Queon (-:,��ri I ellhr.dt Und Uwirici���lis net nl
... . Sk"   "
ink*, niui.-i-1 u: I.John MoLood ol Vancouvor
oocupitlon brokor. Intand to upply Inr pumuaion
to pit, peel f.ir en I un.l pelrnlmilil mi tin* lolluwing
doaorlbo  landn
Ci.mmond g ut u poat planud about ill miles
snuth und twn lines west  ���( tl���. mimili ul lho
ll.* Kiv.r and markad J. McU N R, Cornsr
Nu. Cl thonc wiutli Ml chuins, thenoa wesl Sn
c mils,   thenc*  nnrth   Xll  chuins,  I lien e  .list   kl>
ehuins to puint ui oommoneemenii oontalnlag -iu
ucres, moro ur I***k.
Dated l'"l. 88, l'Jll. John M'LEOD
I'uh. Fib, SB. Clurnnco McDowoll, Agont
Queen C'harlnlti- lslunds Lund District -District uf
Bkeena
Tnke nntice thut 1, uhn MoLood ol Vancouver,
nccilpulii.n hr ki*r. Intand to apply lur permissinn
to proapact Inr cuul uml pelrulnum on tho tollowing
deocribod lund: k
Commencini ut n pusi planted about six miles
UUtll uml tWO miles west ul the Tl-vl  Itiver uml
marked .1. Md.. s. E. Comer, No. 14, thenoa
ni.nh sn chums, thenee wool BO haliu, thence nuth
Ml ehuins, thenee east SO cliuins tu puint nl    com-
encemani; containing mo ucres, more ur less.
Datad Feb.SS, 1911 JOHN M'LEOD
Pub. Keh. ���_:,. Clurann* Mel), well, Agent
tjn.en Churlutle Islands Land Disirict���llislrict nl
Skeenn
Tako noliee that I, .luhn McLeod ,nl Yiinouuver,
ooeupstion broker. Intand to apply nr pennMon
tn pn.s|H*et Inr cual un.l [H'troleum on the following
deacrihed lamls:
Commendng ul a pust plunteil nlmul six miles
smith   ami   Iwn   wi-sl   ul   the  muulh   nl   the  Tl-e
It Ivor and marked J. MeL. N. \\. Corner, Nu. :is.
thenee snuth Ml chains, thence east SO chuinsl
thenci' nnrth SO chains, thenee wi*sl Ml chains to
pnlnt nf cnmuienceinent; Containing till) acres,
mun' nr less.
Dated Keh. 23.1911. JnllN M'LEOD
Puh. Feb. 25. Clurance McDuwell, Agent
Quwn Charlotto Islands Land Disirict -District ol
Skeenu
Tnke nntic thut 1. Juhn MeLood ol Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to upply Inr permissinn
tu prnsp.ft lur coal uml petruleum un the lolluwinK '
descrilusl lunil:
fummcncinK at ��� post planted uhuiil six uiili*s
smith and twu mil.*s weft of the muulh ol the
TM Uiver and murk.sl J. Mel.. S. W, Corner
No. 117 thencc north SO chains, thence eust SO
chains, tlience south SO chains, ihence west Ml
chains to puint ul commencement: contuininK 1.10
acm*. mun* nr less.
Dated Keh. 2:1. 11)11. JOHN  M'l.EOI)
I'ub. Feb. 25. Clurance McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte Uandl Land District ��� Distirct of
Skis'tia
Take notice that 1, John McLeod nl Vancuuver,
uccupation hroker. intend to apply lor pertnesum
to pruspccl fur cuul uinl petruleum un he fullowini
descrilusl lands:
Commencini at a post planted alwut six milos
suuth an.l three miles west of the mouth ol the
Tl-el Kiver and markisl J, McL. N. E. Corner,
No. 76, thenci- south 80 chains, thenco wwt SO
chnins, thence nurth SO chains, thenco cast HO
chains to point uf commencement; conuining
610 ncres, mon* or less.
Dated Feb. S3, UU. JOHN M'l.KOD
Pub. Feb. 25. Clarance McDowell, Aient
Queen Charlotte Islands Land D strict ���District of
Sk.s'na
Take nolice that I, John Mcl,cnil of Vancuuver,
occupation hroker. intend lo apply lor iiermissinn
lo prospect for coal and petroleum on lhe followinK
descrilied lands:
Commencinn at a post planted sis miles south
and three miles w-esl ol the mouth of tho Tl-el
Itiver a-Ml marked J. McL, S. E. Curner, No. 75,
thenw north HO chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thenco east 80 chains to
poinl  of  commencement;    containinR  610  acres.
COAL NOTICK
adopted resolutions endorsing the pro-' pub. Pob. 25,
posed reciprocity agreement between
the United States and Canada and
asking the tenitorial legislature to
give its endoreation to the agreement.
The board also recommends that all
classes of mining machinery antl power
house equipment be placed on the fret-
list, because Canada does not manufacture thc class of mining machinery
most needed here.
JOHN M'l.KOD
Clarnce McDowell, ARent
There will be an Irish Dance given
at the Mclntyre Hall on Wednesday
night the 22nd. W-B
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District���Districl ��l
Skeena
Take notice ihat I, John Mi Lood of Vancouvor
occupulion broker, intend to upply for permission
to pn spool for coal and potroleum on the folluwini
desciilied land:
CommencinR at a Post planted eight miles south
and wo wost ol the mouth of Tl-el ilivcr and
marked J. Mel., S. W. Corner. No. 39, thence
north 80 chains thonco easl 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thenco wost . 0 chaina to poinl ol
eommoncoment; containing 610 acres, more or
Una.
Dated Feb. 24, 1911. JOHN .MeLEOD
Pub, Feb. 27. C. McDowell, Agent ,
-DUtrict ot
Queen f hurlotu-'lslamln I .ami Dwtrict���District of
Skttnu
Taku notice that 1, John MoLood ol Vancouver
occupulion hroker, Intond lo apply lor permliwion
Hi pruBpt'Ci tor coul ami petroleum 00 tlie following
dOHnbod lands:
Commencing at a post planted about two mll��s
nouth atid twu milen west ot the mouth of the
Tl-el Uiver and markeil J. Mc.L. N. L. I'Hrner,
N'o. 72, thenoa south SO chains, thence west 80
chains, thence north SO chains, Ihence east 80
chains to point of commencement; containinK
lilll ucres, more or lean.
Dttod Feh. 22, l'Jll. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feh, 2-1. Clarence .McDowell, Auent
QUOOQ Charlolte Islands Land District���District of
Bkaana
Take notiw ihat I, John MoLood of Vuncouver, !
occupution broker, inlend io apply for permission
to   prospect for coul und petroleum on the followinK
descrihed lands:
CommencinK at u post phmietl ahout two miles
south und two miles west of the mouth of the
Ti'el Hiver und mitrked J. Mc.L. S. B, Corner,
No. 18, thenci? north SO chains, thence west SU
chains, ihenee south so chains, thence oust so
chains to point of commencement: contuininK <>40
ucres, more fir less.
Duted Feh. 22, 11)11 JOHN  McLKOD
Puh. Feb. 24. Leslie K. Walter, AroiiI
! Queen Charlotte Islands Land Districl���District ot
Skwna
1     Take notice that t, John UeLood Ol Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for [>er mission !
to prospect for coul und petroleum on the followinK
i described lands:
;     CommencinK "l >' post plantetl ubout twu miles ,
south  ami  two  miles west   of the  mouth of the
Tl-el Kiver and marked    J. Mc.L. N. K. Corner,
No. 47, thence souih 80 chuins, ihence west sn
! chains,  fence norlh  SO  chains   thenw cast   80
! chains to point of commencement; cnniuininK 640
acres, more or less.
Dated Feb 22, l'Jll. ���OHN MeLEOD
I'ub. Feb. 24 Clarence McDowell, Agent
Quwn Charlotte Islanda Land Diatrict���DUtrict of
Skeenu
Tuke nutice that 1, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for permission
to | :������ ;������ 11 for cual und |>ctroleum on the following
descnlH'd lands: ��
CommencinK at a post plant cd abuut two
miles south and two miles veal of the mouth of
the Tl-et Kiver, Graham Island, and marked
J. Mc.L. N. \V. Corner, No. U4, thence south 80
chains, thence post 80 chains, thence north 80
chains, thenw west 80 chains to point of com-
menwmet.t; containing 640 acres, more or loss.
Duled Feb. 22, l'Jll. JOHN McLKOD
I^b. Feb. 21. Clarence McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte Inlands Und DUtrict-District of
Skeena
Take notiw that 1, Juhn McLeod ot Vancouver
occupulion broker, int'-nd to apply for permission
to prospect (or coul und petroleum on the followinR
descrihed lands.
CommencinK at u post planted aboul two milen
suuth and two miles west ot the mouth ot the Tl-el
Kiver und marked J. McL, S. \V. Corner, No 88,
thenw north HO chains, thenni east So rhains,
thenw south 8U chains, thence went 80 chains to
poinl of commenwment; containing 610 acres,
more or lt*ss.
Dated Feb. 22, l'Jll. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 24. Clarence McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Und Dwtrict���District ot
Skwna
1 Take notice that 1, John McLeod of Vancouver
occupation broker, intend lo apply for |termtssion
to I'fi- i".-��� (or coal and |>elroleum on lhe following
descritted lamls:
Commencing at a post planted about two miles
aouth uf the Tl-el Kiver and marked John McL.
N. K. Corner. No. '-12, ihence south 80 chains,
thenw west 80 chains, thenw north 80 chains,
thenw east 80 chains to puint of commencement;
containing 640 acres, m ��������� or to**.
Dated Feb 22, 11*11. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 21. Leslie K. Walter, Ager.t
Queen Charlotte Islands Und Districl- DUtrict ot
Skeena
Take notice that I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend tu apply (or permission
to |Tn>|M.*ct for coal and petroleum on the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about two mile*
south ot the mouth ot the Tl-el Kiver and marked
J. McL S. E. Corner, No. 31, thence west 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, thenw east 80
ehains, thence south 80 chains to point of commenwment: conuining 640 acres, more or less.
Daied Feb. 22, l'Jll. JnllN McLKOD
Pub, Feb. 24. Ltwlir K. Walter Agenl
Queen Charlotte Island* Land District���District f
Bkeena
Tuke notice thut I, John Mcl-eod of Vuncuuvor,
occupation broker, intend tu upply for permission
to proapact for coal und petruleum on the following
descrilied lauds:
Commeneing at a post plantad ubout three miles
north and one miles WOat uf the muilth of ihe I lol
Kiver and marked J. McL,, S. K. Corner, Nu. 25,
Ihence north BO chain:, thence weal 80 ehains,
thenoe suuth 80 chains, thence gut  so ehuins to
point of eommeneement;   contuining 840 ucres,
more or less.
Duted Feb. 20,10U. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Feb. 28. I'lurenre MeDowell. Agent
Queen Charlotte lalanda Und DUtriet - District ot
Skeenu
Take notice thut 1, Joh McLeod of Vancouver,
occupution broker, intend to apply fur |>enm->siun
lo prospect for cual und | Btroleuni on the following
described lunds:
CommencinK ut u poal planted about four milea
north and Ihree miles Waal ot lhe mOUtfa of tho
Tl-el  Kiver und marked J. McL.,  N.  K. Corner,
Nu. (in  thenoe south 80 chains, thenoa weal B0
chuins thenoa north mi chuins, thenw eust 80
chains to point uf commencement: coniuiniiiK 610
acres, more or le��s.
Dated Feb. 26, l'Jll. JOHN  McLKOD
Pub. Keb. 28. Clarenw McDowell, Agaat
Queen Charlotle Islands Lund District  -District of
Skeenu
Tuke notice thai 1. John UeLood of Vancouver,
occupatiun broker, intend to apply lur perineum
to proapeet for coal and petroloum on the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about four milea
north and thrw miles west uf (he mouth.>f the
Tl-el Kiver and marked J. McL. S. K. Comer
No. 6f>, thence north so chuins, thence waatftO
chuins, thence south 80 chains, .thenw east 80
chains to point of commenwment: containing 610
acn-s, more or less.
Dated Keb. 26, 1911. JOHN  McLKOD
Pub. FOb. 88. Clarenw McDowell. Agent
Queen Charlotle Islands Und Districl���District of
Skeenu
Take notice that I, John Mcl<eud of Vancouver,
occupution broker. Intend to apply for itermisKiun
to prospect for cual and petroleum un the following
described land:
CommencinK at a post planted about tw ��� mtlea
north of th mouth of the Tl-el Kiver and marked
J. McL., S. K. Corner, No. 8. thenw north 80
cbains, thenco west 80 chains, thenw south 80
chains, thenw east 80 chains to point of cum-
mencement; containing 640 acres, more or Iras.
Dated Feb 25, lull. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 27. T  K. Waller. Agent
Quwn Charlotte Islands Und Dutrict���DUtrict of
Bkeena
Tuke nntiee lhat I, Join. llsLaod of Vancouver,
1 occupution bruker, Intend to upply for i������ ni.i- ~h.ii
to prospect for coal and petruleum on the following
' -i'   eirl ��� ii land:
CommencinK at a post planted almut two milea
north of the mouth ot the Tl-el r v��r on marked
J. Mci*,, S. W. Corner. No. 4. thenee north 80
Cuius, thenw east 80 chains thenci- south 80
'chain'*, thenci" Wist 80 chains tu point of commencement; containing 61" acres mure ur less.
Da ed Feb. 25, 1911. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb 27. T. K. Walter. Agtnt
I Queen'Charlutte Islands Und DUtrict-DUtrict f
Skeena
I Take notiw thai I, John UeLood of Vancouver,
occupation broker, Intend to apply for permission
to pro��i*ect tor coal aad petruleum �� n the following
I descrilied land:
Cummencing a a post planted abuut two miloa
north and t*0 miles west of the mout of tho
Tl-el Kiver and marketl J. McL., N. W. Corner,
No 27, thence south 80 chains, thenw east mj
chains, thenw north 80 chains, thenc west J-.0
chains to point of commencement: containing 610
acres, mure or l�����  *
Dated Fe . 25, l'Jll. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 27. T. K. Walter. Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Und District -DUtrict ot   Q"��n Ch.rlotte Mandi Und DUtrict-DUtrict of
Skcna *** "
T.ko noliw thai I, John McLood ol Vancouver. :    T.ke nolle ihat I. Jo _n McLe ,| of Va couver,
oeMMtfinm-*!   ntend to apply fo   permission   __**_____�� broker, Inlen-l   .apply lor pcrmi. on
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Scott, Froude & Co.
Prince Rupert's Leading Shoe Store
iloscril-vd land:
CommencinK at a post planted eight miles south
anil two west ol the mouth ol Tl-el lllver and
marked J. McL., N. W. Cornor, No. 41. thencc
soulh bO chains, thenco west 80 chtins, ihence
norlh Ht) chains, thence eut 80 chains to point
of commencement;  containing 640 acres, more or
l'"t'ed Keb. 24,1311. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Keb. 27. C. McDowell. Agent
queen Charlotte Islands Land District���Districl of
Skwns
T.ke notice that I. John Melxwl ol Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply Inr permission
to prostiecl lor coal and petroleum on the follnwiiiR
.!<���*<*r11��"l land:
Comim-nciiK at a post plan ed eight miles ,oulh
and two west ot thc moulh of the Tl-el Itiver and
markeil J. McL., S. K. C rmr No. 42, thence
north 81) chains, thence west 80 chains, thence ,
south 80 ch.ins. ihence cast 80 chains to point
9 commencement;   containing 610 acres, more I r i
Data I K Ii. V, 1911. JOHN McLKOD ]
I'ub. Keb. 27. C. McDowell, Agent ,
Oueen Charlolte Islands Uml DUlrict���District of
Skeena
Take m'ticc that 1. John Mcl.eod ol Vancouver,
occupation broker, inlend to apply lor iiermission
to p ospect lor co.l anil lietroleum on the lollowing
describe I land: . ...
Commencing   at   a   post   planted   aliout   eight
! mica south and lour west ol the mouth of ll-el
' Hiver and marked J. McL., S. W. Come , No. 77,
I thence north  80 chains, thence cast   80 chains.
t ence aouth 80 chains, thence w st 80 chains lo
I point  of commencement;    containing  610  acres
SSa-'wS*. 1 'I. JOHN McLKOD
|K 27 C. McDowell, Agent
Uueen Charlotte Islands Land Disirict -District .1
Skeena
Tak   nolice that I, John Mel/- d of Vancouver
occupation broker, intend lo apply   or permission
to prospect lor coal and potroleum   n tho following
lest-ril-ed land
(ommencing
south and lour west
(ommencing Ht a post planteil about j
ol the
igb miles
le moutli of Tl-el It ver
I HI keil J. McL., N. W. Corner, Nn It, thence
outh 0 c'inins, thence cast 80 cbains, thence
orth 80 chains, then *e w st (10 I ains to poi t of
omiiiencmeiit;    containing  64.1  acnii,
mon
I Daied Keb. 24,1  11.
I |>���|, l* b .   .
Ml IN   Mc' IMP
0 McDowell, Agent
Commencing at a p st planted about four mil.
aouti and tw.i mill's we*t ol the moulh ol the
TM Kiver and marked J. MeL. N. I. Corner,
No. 45. ihence outh 80 chaina, Ihence west 80
chains, thenc north 80 chains, thence east 80
chains to poi t ot commencement:    ontaiitlng 640
1 acres, morv or leea.
I Date . Keb. 2.1, .Ml. J' UN M'LKOD
Tub Keb. 26. Clarance McDowell, Agenl
Qui*n Charlotte Islam's I and District���Disirict of
Sk ena
Tuke nrlice thai I. John McLeod of Vancouver,
orcui alio broker, inlend to appl tor perm saion
to proapect for coal and petroleum on l he following
descr b d land.:
Commennng at a posl planted lo'T mio. aouth
and two west of the m utfi ol t n Tl-el Uiver and
markisl J. McL. S. _. Corner. No. 46, thence n rlh
8 e ains, thenc - wnt 80 chains, the ce aouth 80
c e.ns, t ence ea.t 0 chai t point ol com-
m��*n ement: .ontaining 640 acres, more or U ".
Dated Keb. tt, .011. JOHN  M'LKOD
I'uh. Keb. 25. Claranco McDowell, Agent
Queen Chariott. Islands Land Diatrtct���DUtrict ol
Skeena
Tik* nolice lhal I, John McLeod nl Vancouver,
oc ui ation l roker, intend to apply lor permission
to p o.:pe.*t for c al and petroleum on ih lolluwing
des nlied l.nds:
Comm ncing t a post planled about I ur miles
south and two mllee we t of the mouth of the
Tl-el Hiver and markeil J. McL. N. \\. Corner,
No. 36, ihence sou h RO chain-., Ihenee e st 80
chains, thence norlh 8 chains, thenee Mil 8(1
hains to point if commenement: containing 640
acres, more or leas.
Dated Keh. 2a, lull. JOHN M'LEOD
pub. Keb. 25. Clarance McDowell, Agent
queen Charlotte Islands Land District���Diatrict ol
Sieen.
T ke notice tha I, John it I, ��� d nt Van ouver.
occupation broker, Into nl ti apply ("r permisson
t pro p.*c orcutla d i.eir leum.n M lollowing
d scribed I nda:
Commencing at a p st i l.nl d alio t fo r miles
outn and two mile, wet of th ��� m .uth f the
T -e Kver an I nar el J. M L. W. Cnrner,
No. 35. thenc n-rth 'O ebaina. thenc eas H
chains, thencc a ut 0 cha na. the e west 80
��� nina ool t ot cominei cement;      ntaining (.40
.VftrTSmi. j ...n MLKOD
ub. I eb, _6. C ar��n.e M DOMU, A Kent
Queen Charlotte Intanda Und I Uatrict��� Dutrict of
Skwna
I    Take notic*1 thai I John MeU-ml ot Vannuvar,
occupation hroker intend to apply (or parmhatOB
�� tu prospect for coal and iielrolrum on thi* fol!u%ing
i described landa:
CommencinK at a poat planted alniut two milea
I north and two milea ��ent of the mouth of ll-el
Rlvar and marked J. Mci... S. \\. < nrmr. No. 26
! thence north M) chaina, thenrv east  Ml chaina,
thence south Ml rhaim>, thence ��e>i Ht chains to
pount af commencement: conUininK ���'���" acraa,
I more or leaa.
1 Dated Feb 2$, 1911 JOHN MeLEOD
! Tub. Feb. 27. T. E. Walter. AK"nt
Queen Charlotte Iilandi Land Disirict���Diatrict of
BkMM
Take notice that I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for |>ermw*inn
to prospecl for coal and petroleum on the (olbiwing
deecribed land:
CommencinK at a post planted about two miln
north and two miloa wwt of lh.* mouth of tha
TM Hiver and marked J McL. N. W. Corner,
No. Gl, thencc aouth Ml rhaina. thence wea HO
chaiaa, thenc north M) chaini, lh*nce eaat HO
chaina to point of eominoncem* nt containing
640 acrm, . "if or loaa.
Dttad Feb. 25. 1911 JOHN Mcl.EOD
Pub. Keb. 27. T. E. WalPr Agtnt
Queen Charlotte Ulanda I<and Dlalrict���District of
Skee'<a
Take notice that I, John McLeod ot Vancouver
occupatio broker, intend to apply (or permiatdon
to pronptct for coal and |ietro'.cum on thc fnlluwing
deacnlx'd land:
Commennng at a poat planted about two in lea
north and two miles west ol the mouth of tha
Tl-el Hiver and marked J. McL., S. K. Corner.
No. 62, thenee north HO chains thenre Mgt HO
chaina, thmce nouth HO chaina, thenre eaat HO
chainn to point of commencement: eonlaining 640
acre*. EMfffl or l- -
Dated Feb. 2d. 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
I'ub. Feb. 27. T. i. Walter, Agtnt
Queen Charlotte Manda I-an<l Diatrict ���District of
Skeena
Take notico that I, John MtL��Hl of Vancouver,
occupation broker. Intend to app y lor permiaaion
to prospect for coal and petrob-um on the lollowing
deacrilK-d land:
CommencinK at a post planted about three milm
wesl and two BtOM north of the mouth of the
Tl-el Kiver and marked J McL. S. E. Corner, No.
67 thence north HU chains, thence weal HO chainn,
thencc sout HO chains, thence ea*.t N chain" to
point of commencement; containing 610 acfa,
more or lew.
Dated Feb. 2.��, 1911. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 27. T.'.E. Walter, Agent
Queen Charlotte'lnlatids L nd*District���District o
Ske��-na
Take notice that I, John Mcl-eod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply fw jiermlssinn
to pn s|>ect lor coal and jielrrtleum o�� th   following
escrihe<l land:
Commencing at a post plnnted about eight milpa
nouth and two west ot the nouth of 11 el hiver
and ma ked J. McL-, N. W. Corner, No. 40, thenca
nouth 80 chains thenee eagt SO chains, thence north
HO chainn, thence went 8 chains to point M com*
mt cement; containing 64U a re*, more or lenn.
Dated Pab. 24. 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Feb. 27* C. McDowell, Agent IHE    PRINCE    RUPERT   0 P T 1 M I S 'I
COAL NOTICE
Qui't'ii Churlmtc Islands l-and District���Dintrict f
Skit-mi
Tuke notttt thnt 1, John UoLood of Vnncouvor,
occupution lirokcr, intctul to upply (or permission
to prospect (or coul und petroleum on (he following
dtwrilit'd l;ui.i.*:
Commencing it i post planted ibout three miles
north und one miles west ot the mouth of the 11 el
Hiver und murked J. McL., S. K. Corner. No. 85,
thence north MU chains, thenw west 80 chuins,
thence south hU chuins, tlience cast **���{.) cliuins to
point or oommeneement]   oontnlnlng 640 ucres,
more or less*.
Duted Feb.Se, 1911, JOHN MeLEOD
Pubi Feb. 2H. Clarenco McDowell, Auent
Queen Churlotte Islands Lend District���District o!
Skeena
Take notice thut I. Jon MoLood ol Vancouver,
occupution hroker, intend t<i apply for permission
to prospect for coul und petroleum on the following
deseril )��'"1 lands:
Commeneing at u post planted ibout four mites
north and three miles west of the mouth of the
TM Kiver ui.d marked J. MeL., N- E. < orner.
No. (IG thence south 80 chuins, thenee west HO
chains thence north 80 cimins, thence eaet HO
chainH to point of commencement; containinK tilO
aer**, more or lesw.
Dated Feb. 86,1911. JOHN UeLBOD
Puh. Keli. 28. Clarence McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islunds Land District -District of
Skeenu
Taki- notice thut I, John Mcl-eod of Vancouver,
occupation hroker, inlend to apply for permission
to prospect for coal anil petroleum on the following
described landn:
Commencing ut n pust planted about four miles
north and three miles west of the mouth of the
TU��I Uiver and marked J. McL., S. B. Coiner
No. 65, thence north 80 chains, thenee westMl
chains, thence south 80 chains, ihence eu i BO
cnains tu point of enmmenci'ment; containin*: (ilO
acres, more or le-w.
Uatnl Feh. 2'i, WM. JOHN  McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 2M. Clan nee McDowell, Aftnl
Queen Charlolte Inland. Laid District��� District of
Bkeena
Take notice thut 1, John McLeod of Vuncouver,
occupation broker. Intend to apply lor |>ennismon
to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following
described lund:
Commencing at a pust planted about tw > miles
north of th mouth of the Tl-el Kiver and marked
J. McL., S. K. Corner, No. 3, thence north 80
chains, thence went 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence east SU chains to point of commencement; containing 840 acres, more or less.
Dated Feb. 25. WM. JOHN  McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 27. T. K. Walter. Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District���District of
Skeenu
Take notice thot I, John McU-od of Vnncouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for jH-rnmsion
to prospect for coul and petroleum on tbe following
dChcirbed land:
Commencing at a nost plunted alwut t\\> nules
north of tbe mouth ol the Tl-el r v��r an marked
J. McL., S. \V. Corner, No, I, thenc*. north 80
chains, thence < ��������� i 80 chains thenci' south 80
chains, thenee Ml 80 chains to point of com
meneeme' t; containing G4t> acres, more or lesa.
Da'cd Feb. 25, WM. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb 27. T. E. Walter. Agent
QUecn'Charloite lslnnds Lund District��� District f
Skeena
Take notice that I, John Mcl<ood of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for permission
to protped for coal aad pelroleum on tlie following
described land:
CommencinR a a post planted nbout two miles
north and two miles west of the mout of thu
Tl-el River and marked J. McL., N. W. Corner,
No. 27, tl.ence south 80 chains, tbence cast 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains to point of commencement; containing G10
acres, mora or less
Dated Feh. 25, WM. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 27. T. K. Walter. Agent
COAL NOTICK
Queen Charlotte Islands I uml District���District of
Skeena
Take notice that I. John Method of Vancouver,
occuputiun broker, intend to apply for permission
to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following
descril>ed lands:
Commencing at a post planted about two miles
north and two miles west of the mouth of Tl-el
Uiver and marked J. McL.. S. V*. Corner, No. 26
thence north 80 chnins. thence east 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence went 80 chnins to
pount nf commencement; containing 610 acres,
more or less.
Dated Fob. 26, WM JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 27. T. K. Walter. Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District���District of
Skeena
Take notice lhat I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for permission
to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following
doscribed land:
Commencing at a post plantod about two milos
north and two miles west of thi* mouth of th*
Tl-el Kiver antl marked J McL. N. W. Comer,
No. 61, thencc soath 80 chains, thencc went 80
chains, thenc north 80 chains, thence east 80
chains to point of commencement containing
���'���'������   iu:.  . n. i'' or leas.
Dated fib. 26, 1911. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 27. T. K. Walter, Agent
Queen Charlotle Islands Land District���District of
Skeena
Take notice that I, John McLeod of Vancouver
occupation broker, Intend to apply for permission
to |.ii | in for coal and petroleum un the following
described land:
Commoncing at a post plantod ahout two milos
north and two miles west of the mouth of the
Tl-el Kiver and marked J. McL., S. K. Corner,
No. 62, thonco north 80 chains thence west 80
chains, thenco nouth Kt) chains, thonco east 80
chains to point of commencement; containing 640
acres, more or less.
Dated Feb. 25 1911. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 27. T. K. Walter, Agent
Queon Charlotte Islands Land District���District of
Skeona
Take notico that I, John Mcl-eod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to app y for permiwdon
to prospecl for coal and petroleum on the following
described land:
Commencing at a post planted almut throe miles
west and two miles north of the mouth of the
Tl-el Kiver and marked J McL. S. K. Corner, No.
67 thenco north HO chains, thonce west 80 chains,
thenco soutt 80 chains, tnence east 80 chains to
point of commencement; containing 640 acri1*,
more or less.
Dated Feb. 25, WM. JOHN  McLKOD
Pub. Feh. 27. T.{K. Walter, Agont
Quoen Charlutlotlslands 1/ nd]Dlstrlct���District o
Bkeena
Take notico that I, Jnhn Mcl-cod of Vancouver,
occupation brokor, intend to apply for permission
to pri spoct for coal and petroleum nn the following
escribed land:
Commencing at a post planted about eight milos
south and two west of the mouth of Tl-el Kiver
and marked J. McL., N. W. Corner, No. 40, thenco
���nut h HO chains thence cagt 80 chains, thenco north
R0 chains, thonce west 8.) ehains to point of comme- cement; containing.6 111 a res, moro or less.
Dated Feb. 24. 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Feb. 27. C. McDowell, Agent
Queen Chiuiatto'Islands Land Diatrict���District of
Skeena
Tuke nolice thnt 1, John Mcl-eod of Vuneouv M
occupation bniker, inlend to upply for permission
to prospect for coul and petroleum on tho following
1 described lands:
��� Commencing ut a post planted ubout two milvs
south  and  two  milea wesl  of  lhe  mouth  of  the
i Tl-el Kiver nnd murked J.    Mc.L. K. B. Comer.
j No. 72, thence south HO chuins, (hence west 80
chuins, thence north 80 chains, thenco east 80
chnina to point of commencement; containing
840 ucres, more or less.
Dated Feb. 22, 1911. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 24. Clarenco McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land Diatrict���District of
Skeenu
Take noliw* that I, Jnhn McLeod of Vancouver,
occupution broker, intend to apply for permission
to prospecl for COM and petroleum on the following
deacribed lands:
Commencing ut a post planted ubout two miles
south and two miles west of the mouth of the
Ti'el Kiver nml marked J. Mc.L. S. K. Corner,
No. 48, thence norlh 80 chuins, tlience west 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence oust 80
chains to point of commencement: containing tt tO
acres, more or less.
Dated Feh. 22, WM JOHN  McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 24. Leslie K. Walter. Agent
Queen Churlotte Islands l-and District���District of
Skeona
Take notice that I, John UcLeod of Vancouver,
occupation brokor, intend to apply for j>ormission
to prospect for coul and petroleum on tbe following
described landa:
Commencing at a poat plunted about two miles
south and two miles wesl of the mouth of the
Tl-el Kiver and marked J. Mc.L. N. K. Corner,
No. 17, tnence south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, tlence north 80 chains thence east HO
chuins to point of commencement; contuining till)
acres, moro or loss.
DitedFeb 88,1911. 'OHM MeLEOD
Tub. Feb. 21 Clarence McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte IslandaLand Disirict���Diatrict of
Skeena
Take notice that 1, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupution broker, intenil tu upply for j>ermission
to pro��|HTt (or coul nnd |H'truleum on the following
described lunds:
Commencing ut a pOtf plantetl about two
miles south und two miles wtmt of tbe muuth of
the 'l'l i*l Kiver, Crahum Islund, und murked
J. Mc.L. N. W. Corner, No. 84, thencv south 80
chuins, thence east 80 chuins, thence north 80
chains, thence west 80 chnins to point of commencement; containing 640 acros, more or less.
Dated Feb. 22, WM. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 24. Clarenco McDowell, Agont
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District���District of
Skeena
Tnke notice ihat I, John Mcl-cod of Vancouver
occupation broker, intend to apply for permission
to prospect for coal and petroleum un the following
described lands:
Commencing nt a |Kwt planted al>out two miles
south and two milos west of the mouth of tbe TM
Kiver und marked J. McL, S. W. Corner, No. :t:t,
Ihence north 80 chains, thenco cast 80 chains,
thence nouth 80 chains, thencc west 80 chains to
point of commencement; containing 640 acres,
more or less.
Duted Feb. 22, WM. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 24. Clarence McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District���District of
Skoena
Take notice that 1, John Mcl-eod of Vancouver
occupation bruker, intend to apply for permission
to pros)M*ct for coal antl )>ctroleum on the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about two miles
south of the Tl-et Uiver and marked John McU
N. G. Corner, No. 32, thence south 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence north 80 chains,
thence east 80 chaina to point of commencement;
containing 640 acres, more or loss.
Dated Fob 22, WM. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 84. Lealie K. Walter, Agont
Queen Charlotte Islands I-unl District���District of
Skeena
Take notice that I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupution broker, intond to apply for permispion
to pros|iett for coal und petroleum on the following
descrihed lands:
Commencing at a post planted about two mile"
south of the mouth of the Tl el Hiver and marked
J. McL S. E. Corner, No. 31, thence west 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, tbence cast 80
chains, thonce south 80 chains to point of commencement; containing C40 acres, more or leas.
Dated Feb. 22, 1911. JOHN McLKOD
Pub. Feb. 24. LoJte K. Walter, Agent
COM, NOTICK
Quo.*n Ci.url ft' Ial.
Water Notice
Quwn Charlotte Islands Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol
���Ske n i
Take notin* lhat I, Jn n McLc d of Va couver.
orcui.atii.n liroki>r, Intend o apply Inr permiaaion
to prot.{iect for c at and petroleum on thc followinR
.1.. .nl.. .I lands:
CommencinK at a p at planum! ahout four mil,*,
nouth and two milra we*t of thc mouth ot the
Tl-el Hiver and markeil J. Mel.. N. K Corner,
Ko. 45, thence -outh K0 chaina, thence west 80
chains, Ihenc- north Kll chains, thencc east 80
chains lo poi t of commencement: onteining 640
acres, more or h-ea.
Dato I. Feh. 2:1. 1811. .1, UN  M'LEOD
Tub  Koh. 26. Clarance McDowell, Agont
Quwn Charlotte Islands Und DUlrict���DUtrict of
Sk ena
Take notice that 1. John Mcl-eod of Vancouver,
occupatio hroker, inlend lo applv for permiaaion
to prospect fur coat and lietroleum on the following
deser b d 1..'nl
Commenring at n post planted four mi'es south
ami two wesl of the mnuth ol t e Tl-el Kiver and
marked J. Mel., s. K. Cnrner, No. In. Ihence n rth
8 : cl aini, thonc ' wost 80 chuina. the ce south KO
c a;ns, t ence Mat '0 chai t point of com*
meiiioment' contnininK 110 acres, more or I.--:*.
Dated Keb. 18, .911. JOHN  M'LBOD
I'uh. Keb. 25. Clarance McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlolle Islands Land DUtrict-District of
Skeenn
Take nolice that 1, John Mcl.eod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply tor iiermission
to p.ospect for c nl and petroleum on Ih ��� following
des rilied lands:
Commencing tl a post planled ahout I ur miles
snuth and two mills, wc t of the mouth of the
Tl-el Hiver anil marked J. Mrl,. N. W. Corner,
No. .'IR, thence soulh Ml chain., Ihence o st 80
chains, thence north 8 chains, thence wesl K0
hains to point of commencem-nt; containing r.40
acres, more or lea*..
Dated Keb. 18, lull. JOHN M'l.KOD
I'ub. Keb. 25. Clarance McDowell. Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District���Distrirt ot
Skeena
Take notice thai I, John MrL ml of Van ouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for permias on
to pro-pect or conl a d petruleum on i hu following
d scribed 1 nils:
Commeneinc al a p Bt plant d abo t fo r miles
outh and two miles we t of th" mnuth f the
Tl-el Hiver and mar'iel J. ML. . W. Corner,
No. 35, thenc.* nnrlh Ml chains, ihenc ��� eas* 80
chains, thence suut 0 cha na, tht Ci wesl 80
chnins o p int of eummei cement: ntaining 640
a res, more or les-.
Dated F.b.   ,'1, lull .1   I.N M'LKOD
lub. Feb. 25. r,..a   ( M Do ...ell. Agent
Nntice is hereby given thut tin application will ho made under Part V. of
the "Water Act, 1009," to obtain u
license in tin- Bkeena Division of
Skeena District.
(11)   Thi' name, address nml occupation
of the applicant is S. li. McCIlnton,
Estate agent, Vnncouvor, li.C.
(If for mining purposes)  Free Minor's co it iii cu to No	
(b) Tlio name of tho lake, stream or
source (if unnamed the description
is) Kitsumkalum River.
(c) The point of diversion is near the
intersection of the cast boundary of
lot 140").
(d) The quantity of water applied for
(in cubic foot per second) is 140.
(e) Tho character of tho proposed
works is a general plant for the production of heat, lifrnt and power, anil
the manufacturing of wood   pulp,
lumbers and timbers generally.
(f) The promises on whieh the water
Is to boused (describe same) Mill site
ahout 11**1 of a mile below intake;
wood, frame and concrete buildings
in addition to the masonry, dams,
Humes and penstocks necessary.
(g) The purposes for which the water
is to be used   is   power development.
(h) If fur irrigation, describe the land
intended to be irrigated, giving
acreage 	
(i) If the water is to bo used for power or mining purposes, describe the
place when- tlie water is to be returned to some natural channel, and
the difference in altitude between
point of diversion and point of return,
rower plant about it-4 of a milo down
stream from the intake. Dill'eronce
in altitude 80 feet.
(j) Area of Crown land Intended to bo
occupied bv the proposetl works is
100 acres.
(k) This notice was posted on the tith
day of March, 1911, and application
will bo made to the Commissioner on
the 26th day of April, 1911.
(I) Cive the names and addressee of
any riparian proprietors or licensees
who or whoso lands aro likely to be
effected by the proposed works, either
above or below the outlet.    None.
S. Ii. McCLINTON,
d   lnnd lliiiric��� Ds ret ol
Ske   ii
Take notice I n   I, John McLeod of Vancouver
occupution broker. Intend to upply fur permission
to i in p.'c  fir ci I and pel rule nn on Ihe [0 llowing
doMribe   inn's: ,        ,      ..
Command n tt I port planted about aU miles
snuth und ivmi nu iii waat nf tho mouth pi tha
Tl-e! Rlvar and marked J. McL, N   R. Corner
NO.   til   their    soutli  .'0 chalna, tlience wesl   Ml
g ains, thenee north so ehaina, ihi'ti e eait 80
chuins to point ol c iu nci'int'lit:   colli llining I -til
acres, mnr,> nr Ins-*.
Dated Feb 18, 1011. JOHN M LKOD
I'uh. Feb. 25. Clarance M  Dnw.il, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Lund Disirict���District of
Skeenn
Take nolice that l, ohn McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation br km. Intend to apply (nr permission
to praapeel tur coal ami petroloum on the lollowing
deaerlbed landi
Commandos at u post plantod aboul m\ mile*
aouth and two mllea west nf the Tl-el Hiver and
marked .1. McL. S. K. Curner. No. II, thenoa
nnrili B0 ehaina, thenee wad 80 hairs, thenee aouth
Ml chains, ihenre easl 80 chalna to point ol com-
enremeiit; containing 840 aerea, mon-ur lea .
Dated Feb.88, 1911 JOHN M'LBOD
Fub. Feb. 28, Clarance MeDewi ll. Agont
Quwn Charlotta Islands l���n,| Disirict  -Dislrici of
Skis'iin
Tuke notice that I, John MeLeod fit Vanoouver,
occuputiun broker, intend to apply or permiaaion
to proapeet for eoul and petroleum o�� the following
descrilied lands:
Commeneini at a pert planted aboul six milw
aouth und two weat of the mouth of the Tl-e
Hiver nml niurl cl J. McL. N. W. Comer. No. 88.
thenee aouth 80 chains, thenoa east so chuinsl
thenci* nurlli Hll chains, thenoa west BO cimins lo
point of commencement: colitaini.ii; lilll urn's.
mor.. or li*ss.
Daied Fell. 2:1. Hill. JOHN M'LKOD
I'ub. Feh. 25. Clurance McDowell, Agent
Quwn Charlolle Islands I Jind DUlrict -Disirict of
Skwna
Take notice that I, John McLimhI of Vancouver,
occuiiation lirokcr. intend to apply fur jR'rmission
to prospwt forcoal and petroleum on lhe following
doi-cribisl land:
Commencing at a post planted about six miies
south und two miles wesl nf the mouth of lhe
Tl-el Hiver and mark.sl J. McL. S. W. Cornel
No. r.7 thence north SO chains, thence east SO
chains, Ihence south SO chains, licnce west Ml
chains to puint of commencement: conuining 510
ncres,1 more or leas.
Dated Feb.88,1S1L JOHN M'LKOD
I'ub. Keb. 25. Clurance McDuwell, Agent
Queen Chnrlotte Islands I_nd Districl -Dlstirct of
Skwna
Take notice that I, John M.-l-.n 1 of Vancouver,
occupution broker, intend to apply for permission
lo pro..|iwt for coal and petroleum on he following
dcscribtsl lands:
Commencing at a pnst planted about six miles
soutli and three miles west of the mouth of the ,
Tl-el Hiver and markesl J. McL. N. K. Corner,
No. 7(1, thenco aouth 80 chains, thenre weat SU
chuins, thence north HU chains, ihenee enst SU |
chaina lo point of commencement: eonlaining
i.lu uen*s. more or less.
Dat.sl Feh. 2:1, Hill. JOHN M'LKOD
I'ub. Feb. 25. Ciaraneo McDowell, Agent
James Cross, Agent
Queen Charlolte Islands I.and Dstrict -District oil P O   Box 285   Prince lillliort   B C
Skwna j    '    ' ' I       .     ���    ���
Take notice thai I, John McI.cod of Vancouver,       NOTE���One cubic foot per   second   is
occupatinn broker, intend to apply for permission | equivalent to 35.71 miners inches.
to pros|H*ct for coal and lietroleum on the folh...ing       '
daeeribed landa: Pub. March 18, 1911,
Commencing at a posl planteil six mites snuth
and thns- miles weal ol the moulh of the Tl-el
Hiver and markesl J. McL, S. K. Corner, No. 75,
thence north SO chains, thence wost SO chains,
thence aouth SO chaina, thence east K0 chaina to
point of commencement: containing 640 acres,
more or less.
Datod Feb. 2.1, 1911. JOHN M'LEOD
Tub. Feb. 25. Clarnco McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands I.ni.l Diatrict-District ��f
Skwna
Take notice that I, John McLeod of Vancouver
occupalion nroker, intend to apply for permission
to prospect for coal and lietroleum on the following |
described land:
Commencing at a post planled eight miles aouth j
and two weal of tho moulh of ll-el Itiver and
marked J. McU, S. W. Corner. No. 39, thencc
north SU chains thencc easl bO chaina, thence
aouth KU chains, thencc weat SO chaina to point of
commencement; containing GlO acrea, more or
leaa.
Dated Feb. 24, 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Tub. Feb. 27. C. McDowell, Agent
Queon CharlotU) Islands Land Diatrict���Diatrict of
Skeenn
Take notico thai I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupalion broker, intend to apply fo permission
to prospect for coal and petroleum on thu following
il,...-nil. .1 land:
Commencing at a posl planted eight milea aouth
and two west of the mouth of Tl-el Hiver and
marked J. McL., N. W. Corner, No. 41, thence
south SO chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
north K0 chains, thence eaat 80 chaina lo point
ot commencement; conuining 640 arms, more or
lean.
Dated Fib. 24, 1911. JOHN McLF.OD
I'ub. Keb. 27. C. McDowell. Agent
COAL NOTICE
Quw Charlotte lalanda I .,;,, ,r^lT?
lake.notice that I, Jn      '|,.|,.���,, ,.
pooupatlon brokor       ,;''���"���*���'*,{
toproapecl orcoal indnornk '"'mi^
deacribed land . "--kiXZi
Commeneing al * ���      ,
nurlli mul one mile . , '   * ttfl
Kiver and marlked J !"'ll3
thence Hilllh   80  el il, V.
thenc, north BO cha
p...,.,  ... common-,  , ";   ,1
Pub. Mareh I.
Water Notice
Queen Charlolle Islands Land District   -District ol
Skeena
Take notice that I, John McUsid of Vancouver,
occupation hroker, Intend to apply for pwmlnslon
to prospect lor coal and petroleum on thc following
descrilied land:
Cummencing at a post planteil eight milea aouth
and two wesl of the mouth ot the Tl-el Hiver and
markisl J. McL., S. K. 0 rner No. 42, thonce
north K0 chains, thence west HO chains, tbence
soulh KU chains, thence east K0 chains to point
of commencement; containing 640 acres, more or
lesa.
Dated Feb. 24, 1911. JOHN McLKOD
I'uh. Feb. 27. C. McDowell, Agent
Quwn Charlotto Islands Land llislrict��� District ol
Skeenu
Take notice lhat I, John MeLood of Vancouver,
occupatinn hroker, intend to applv for permission
to prospwt for coal and lietroleum un the following
described land:
Commencing at a post plan'.*d nhmit eight
milea soulh and fnur wesl cf the mouth of Tl-el
Ilivcr and markeil J. McL., S. W. Comer, No. 77.
thence north KU chains, thence eas: KO chains.
I ence south KU chnins, ihence w.st SO Chain <>
point ot commencement; containing t III u,*r.
mon* or less.
Dated Feh. 24, 1  11. JOHN  McLKOD
Pub. Fob. 27. C. McDowell. Agent
Quwn Charlotto Islands Land District���Diatrict ol
Skwna
Take notice thnt I. John Mcl-ond of Vancouver,
occupalion hroker, intend |o npply 'or permiasion
to prospwt Inr coal and Petroleum nn tho following
dcscrllioil land:
Commencing at a post planted about eight mllea
south and lour west nl lho mouth nt Tl-el Kiver
and makod .1. McL., N. \V. Comer. No 7s, thonce
south KU chains, thence east K0 chains, thence
north 80 chuins, Ihence w st so chalna to poi t of
commencement; containing (ilu acrw, moro or
Ices.
Dated Feb. 24,l:ill j(mN McLIIOD
p,,b���,",,-��� i    McDowell, Agent
Notice is hereby (riven that an application will bo made untlor Part V. of
the " Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
license in the Queen Charlotte Division
of Skeena District.
(a) The name, address and occupation
of the applicant is George Young,
Victoria, B.C.���
(If for mining purposes)   Free   Miner's Certificate No	
(b) The name of the lake, stream or
source (if unnamed, tho description
is) Ain Lake and Ain liivcr.
(c) Thc point of diversion at or near
Ain Lake.
(d) The quantity of water applied for
(in cubic feet per second) 1000.
(e) The character of the proposed
works, dam, Hume, pipe-line, power
engines, plant, etc.
(f) The premises on which the water
is to be used (describe same) at or
near mouth Ain River,Masset Inlet.
(g) The pur|K)ses for which the water
is to be used is for power development and mill operations.
(hi If for irrigation, describe the
land to bo irrigated, giving acreage.
(i) If the water is to bc used for jtow-
er or mining purposes, describe tbe
place where the water is to be returned to some natural channel, and
the difference in altitude between tho
point of diversion and point of return.
At or near mouth of Ain liiver.about
150 feet below lake level.
(j) Area of Crown land Intended to be
occupied by the proposed works	
(k) This notice was posted on the
lirst day of March, lilll, antl application will be made to the Commissioner
on the fifth day of April, 1911.
(I) Give the names and addresses of
nny riparian proprietors or licensees
who or whose lands are likely to be
���iffei'teil hy the proposed Works.either
above or below the outlet. None.
��� GEORGE YOUNG,
II. Edenshaw, Agent
P.O. Box 2o">, Prince Rupert, B.C.
NoTG-One fiiliie foot per  second   is
equivalent to .'Iii. 71 miner's inches.
Pub. March 10. 191).
thenci. souih  mi cl all     ',' ,
Ihence north BO ci,:,  , .     ��� ,    &
BSsjfff ' '     BuSa
Dated Feb. 27.1811. jiiiiv��,���
Queen Charlolle Man.! Und Dlatrlet-DIM_J
Take notice thai |  |      ,,,.,, ...
pooupatlon broker, ii ..*?'"��.
SB-sevusr '���        ^cii
Commeiiciiit: ut  .. ...
north and one   , ,;   3 I
Hiver uml narked .1 ���;, 1, ,       ,-i
Ihence nunh  BO chl , , J JM
thenoe eouth bo cl .. .,.,;** I
puint  ot 01111:11, I,,-.������,.. : ���**
mor.. ur loss, **
Dnted Fell. 27, I'll 1. J|)iiv v,.^
Fub. March 1. gj
Queen Churlotie M.��� ���' -Duniarf I
I
Take noliw ihat I.
occupulion brok.r, 1 .1. ��� . . ..._
to proapecl lor eul u, " ,
oeeeribed lnnds: *
Commencing   ul   ;. , ,
mihs. nunh nnd one n . JJ
Tl-el Hiver and marked   I   McL, N. VI l-T
No. 16, thenc* lout! *���-rtti
chains, thence north  Hi " ��-.t a
chuins to poinl ..[ cue, ,          \;)
acres, more or 1,-n..
Datisl Feh. 27, lilll. JnllN M,1BD
I'ub. March I. K. W    :^a
Quwn Charlotte lalanda I triel���bat-iad
Take notice that I, Johl !Vrmt.��[
occupation broker, iniu.lt. '    wl
lo prorpwt lor dial 111:.I ��� ��� ..
descrilH'd lands' |
Commencing ut ape eellnriu
norm and one mile \. - .��� -'  >'tatl
Tl-el Hiver and markl I J   MeL, S It. fee
No.   16, Ihenee  1 M b ��� <r >bt 8
chains, thenw souih - v�� (| I
eiiuina to poinl . t comim  1 ���'-! I
ucree, more ,.1 lies.
I mi..! Feb. 27. I'.'ll. hill\ VtUtO
Fub. March 1.                     I.. '   ��   ������ \n \
Quwn Charlotle lata   : ' -r.t
si.,.   ,
Take netiw tiiul I, Johl '! Vumat
occuiiation broker. Inlend ri��ra��n
to pro*|H*cl fur 111.il uu.I 1 ' ������H
deM*riti.*d lands:
Commencing  al  a  |
milea north aril ore ... - ���*
"ll-el Itiver and mini. - ire, .
No. 22,  thonco soulh   M '������:" *vt* I
ohains,  ihenee north BO ��� ���������   . ��a8l
chalna tu (mint of comm. ��� ��� . I
acres, more or Ii*n>.
Dated Fob. 27, lull. I0HX MWOD
I'ub. March 1. I        !. Hjit.lBat
Queen Charlolte Islands l.an : lii-iricl-Piitriltd
Skeena
Take nolle., that 1. J.l D \'..l-.~lolVi��ia5
occupation broker, lnl.*n.| i. .;: :��� fir 11/���aa|
to pro*|>cct forcoal ai..l prim* utnonthiMBae'l.
d.-cnl. il lands:
Commencing at a poat pta ed ahan W
north and one mile ��. ��� I- 1 ,M*m
Tl-el lllver and mark.sl J MeL & '������ c��*
No. 2.1, thencc nnrlh 80 . than v**>
chalna, thenco soulh s" 1" I t ���**���_*
ehaina to point of comniei.c.   > I ***
inns WAS*
Pub. Mareh. 1. La_leE.Watae.Md
Queon Charlotte Islands Ui .1 Hi.trici-Woia'
Tako notice that I. -I ..*!.-.        .   :.MVcw*
occupation broker. Intend 1 .���.-..������
to prospect for coal and petroleum on tl��in"��*
dmcrilied lands: .   .    .     ��a
Commencing at a post planled al��.u" -una
north and three miles ��.-; ������I''* ���"*'���."1
Tl-el lllver and marked J. Met V tt. i*��J
No. 55, theneo aoulh BO ., rtt��a*��
ehalns, thence north ���"" cl Ita"'"
READ THE OPTIMIST
acres, more or 1.���.
Datxf Feb. 27. It'll
icrineil lanua: , ���
Commencing at a posi p.. ,._
rth and three mile. ****** >       '     ._,r*
chaina to point of common.. ci.iih~I��
acres, more or lesa, m-uuD
Dated Feh. 27, 1911. , . ,H
I'ub. Mareh 1. ���* efcW*-.*^
Queen Charlotte lalanda Un.i i 'l.tnci-Pin*'
Bkeena
Tako notice that I, John HeUfd," ���
occupation broker, intend '
to proapect for coal and petrol) um on latu
deacrilieil landa:
Oj
north ami ' in. <- ,,., ���
Tl-el lllver and marked  I. Mel        "��� *��ft
No. 66. thence north 80 1 J "' *
chalna. thence aouth BO e ,..,"�����
chaina to point of conun  ' **"*
acrea. mora or leaa. n.iiv M-UX*
Dated Feh. 27. 1911.       , , J'.! [S.���"ST
Pub. March 1.                 -����!����� *��� " *'"' *w
Quoen Charlotte lalanda Land i'i I*"
Skis , . ,,-ne;
Tako nolice that I, John : ;.,.."������
occupation broker, intend ,    ,.���<
to prospect for coal and pain
doarrilH-d lands:
acrioco ,ann��: I .Wat I
Commencing at a pt"t |
rth and thrco miles ��.*' ���,; '" J  ,.'
,.,'. 1 ,.   nt.u   1 ,    ��� ���     ,...>.-   .....
Tl-el   lllver and  mnrked   '
No. F.S, thenw nortli -11 1
chains,  thenw  south  SO elm
chalna to point of coinmenc.������
acrea, more or lesa.
Dated Feb. 27, 1911. .    ,,
I'ub March 1. ���*"'
(���������
���'
t
Quwn Charlotto Islands Land I    '
Bkeena
Take nntice that I, John Mel
IOIIS ��<*S��
!���;. Will", "t*
n.t^��_aiH*t
1 v.-wn*
' - pfflffl
occupation hroker. intend to a :
to proepect for coal and petroleum .1
descrilied lands: .   ,,.,,. ,i\ n*
Commencing at a posl planten ���,
north and thrw milw west ol ������  Ki f��a* 1
Tl-el Hiver and marked J   ho ,..*
No. 59, thencc south BO cha , fl.t J
chains,  thenw north B0 S ��� |l��
chains to point of commeiicin.
acres, more or less. t,,M\' Md***^
Dated Feb. 27, 1911. '    ��,������. \t*
I'ub. March 1. Um**-
Qiaen Charlotto Islands Land inir.ct���
Skwlill , Vjntni"*'
Take noliw that I, John Met*��� . prriaiajj
occupation broker. Inlend m wi .��� ' |hP(���i;ii����l
to pfospect for coal and petroleum en
described lnnds: .
Commoncing   at   a   pn'l   pw
mllea north and three mile. ��',       s  y,.i'-m
the ll-el Kiver and mark.sl J. ��" ;| ���   ���. ,-t j
No. 67. thenco aouth �� ehah .,.. m
chains,  thence  north  80 chain...  ' nin������
chalna to point of commencomoni.
acrea, more or lesa. tollN Mc,vi_
Dated Fob 27, 1911. , _iu K Waltm. ������*"
I'ub. March 1. UotI"
I   all""1 "?5 r ii k
INCH   RUP E H T   IIITH'1 S 'J
I CHIPS FROM THE |
humorists}
������^<^iMr^..^_��i-%..^rf��^s.^<,^<l^MI|,
COAL NOTICE
LAND  PURCHASE  NOTICK
uanelled  (nr the forty-
had bade each other a
CK.ERSON-ROERIG & CO.    -    PRINCE RUPERT
Distributors for Northern British Columbia
ORT MANN
ihilivinion of Sec. 9) about 200 yards from waterfront
Subdivision   is   the   only   inside   subdivision   not  owned
by the Railroad Company.
Lots from $700;   Very Easy Terns
-NORTHERN  ACRNTS-
ISamuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers, Prince Rupert and Stewart, B. C.
A|;ent. for Stewart Land Company,   Limited
They hud q
flM time, und
eternal Farewell.
"You've changed your mind again,"
he stormed. "You're just like a woman."
"Wall, thai is what 1 am," sin- replied calmly, ne he went out and banged
ilic dour.
A Methodist bishop's wife addressed
a meeting of shun housewivea on tlnir
home duties,   Thr address made the
me life seem very line and ideal, due
housewife present, however, said the
bishop's wife didn't v.*, fur enough to
"p her.   Said she:   "She's all riant as
! far  as she goes,  but   what   I'd  like to
ask hi r is this:  What does she do when
\ her old bishop comes home 1111 pay night
with his envelope empty and a Bghtln'
jag on?"
A man who made his money in New
, England selling  liquor  built   an  Im-
poslng house nut oi the profit*.
lie wanted a name fur hit house
So In- went to a friend skilled in sui'h
ihiiiKs and told him ol his need. "1
want a fancy name," he said "sonic
hall or other, you know."
"Sure," said his friend. "Call it
Alco Hull."
ijuii-ii Charlotta Islands Land l'istrict   liistrict of
Skii'iiu
Tako not io* thai I, John McLeod ol Vanoouver,
ooeupstion brokor, Intond to spply lor pormUaion
in praspnot for cuul un.I potroloum on ths lollowini
aosorlbod lands;
Commencing st �� poal plsntod uii.nu throo mUss
wsst ol tho mouth ol ih,* Tl-el Rivet msrksd
J. Mci,. N. _*, Cornor, No. To, tii.-m*.- south BO
chuins, thrill*.' west sl) chnins, thenoe north ho
cliuins, thi-nci* oust So chnins lo |iutiit ���l com-
iiu'iicoiiii'iil; coniaininit lilll acres, mor.' or loss.
Dsted fob. II, mil. juhn MoLBOD
Pub. I'.'li. aa. Clsrsnce McDowell, Agent
(jui'i'ti Charlotto Islands Lsnd Dlstrlel   Dlstrlotol
Bksons
Tales notice ihat 1, John MeL I -.1 Vsneouver,
occupation broker. Intend to upply for permbsilon
to prospect for coul uml potroleum on the following
described Isndsi
Commeneing at u post plsntod iiin-,- mike west
ol the moulh of the Tl-cl Uiver 1111.1 merited J.
Mel., s. B. Corner. So. 29, thenoe north BO
cliuins, thenee wool BO cimins, i>,, ,,,*,. nuth so
chuins, thenco eu-t Ml ehalns to poinl ol commencement; containin,; 640 SCree, mole nr les*.
Duled Peb. 11, mil. ,lllll\ Mrl.Kllll
I'uh. I'eh. tt, Clunmce McDowell, Agonl
Queen Charlotte Islsnds Lsnd Disirict - District ol
Skivna
Tnke notice thut I, John MeLsod of Vsneouver.
occupation broker, Intand to apply for pen
io prospect lor oool snd petrolsum on the loUowlng
lamls:
Commeneing at a post plunted ul.out two mili-s
west ol the moulh <>i the 'll-el River and market
J. Mel.. S. E. Corner. No. BO. thence norlh mi
chums, thenos west B0 chains, thenoe soulh BQ
chains,  thence  east   Ml  ehuins  lo  p..int   ..1  eom*
mencement! containing M0 teres, moro or k
Dstsd Fob.II, Ull. JiHIN M'LBOD
Pub.Fab.lt, Clarence McDuwell. tgonl
Skeenn Lsnd Dlltrlcl    Hislii.-l of Coast.
Ink.* imiii .��� thin I..I ii. McAuiihw ol Prlnoe
ItuiM'i-t. ooeupstion minor, Intendi t��. spply for
permUsion to purehsse lhe following described
lunds:
Commencing st s p..si plsnted sl ths southwest
cornor of lot 'iiin. thenco essl m chsins, ihence
 nil 6 chains, thenoe wost 40 chsins,  theneo
northOchslni t.. point of commeneement, eon>
tslnins 80 scras more or less.
Dato Feb, 16, 1911 J. II. McAUQHEY
Pub, Feb.86, 1911. Andrew Kennedy, Agent
Skeena Land Distriet    Dlalrict of I'.uist
Tuke notice thst I. Petoi Reid, ol Vsncouver,
B.C., oceupstlon team ler, Intends to spply for
permission ta purehas. the folk-wins described
lands!
Commeneing-at a pnst plsnted smf marksd P.
R.'e 8.W. corner snd Immedlstoli sd Ining p. .sin
marked .I.M.'s N.E. comer sndA.B.'i s !���;. r..r-
ini; ih.-me north B0 chsins, thence esat 10 chsins,
thonoe south 80 chains, thsnee wesl 10 chains, to
pnim nf   commencement, t tsining 380 seres
  1. at I'ETEH REID,
Dstsd in Feb. mi        Charles H. Allen, Agont
Pub Fob. IS.
Skeona Land District���District of Coul
Tske notloe thst I. Wlllism Anderson, of Van.
occupaUon clerk, inlands to spply
couver,  B.C
f..i permission to purchsse i'...- i illowtng doaofib-
��sl lands:
Commencing sl a posl plsnted and mini..si w.
A. northwest oorner, and sboul I milo from Alex*
under   llu.-hiin    northern boundsn line! thenoe
.in   -ii  ,'hains,   Ihenee enst   *..  .hau.s    thenOO
north BO .hams, thenr.- west v. chsins, ta point <��f
eniiiitieni-eiiieiii. containing 640 seres mora oi less.
WII.I.IAM ANDERSON,
Dsted 1st Keh. I'.lll Chat!. - B. Sink. Ai'ent
Pub, Feb. -v..
Di.trict ol
The Stranger Are you quite sure
that was a marriage licenae you nave me
last month?
The Official���Of course What's the
mat ler?
The Stranger���Weill I've lived a don's
life ever since.
The solemnity of the masting was
somewhat disturbed when the eloquent
youni; theologian pictured in glowing
words the selfishness ol men who spent
their evenings at the cluhs, leaving
iheir wives in loneliness at home.
Bkeena Land Distri.-t-Distrlct ..f C^ist
Tuke   ii. lice   ihul    I.  Alexander   llochaii, of
Vancouver, ll.C. occupaimn l.uteher, int.mis to
spply for peiiiiissmii p. pin,-hase the following
described Ian.is:
Cninieiieinu a post plsnted und marked A B.'a
< SK. crner. and adjoining p<>*is msrked J.M.'a
N.E. eorner snd I'.it's s.K, eecneri thencowoat
BOchstnS,   thenre   In,til'"  ��� Lam*.   I heni'e . :ist Nl
chains, tnence south Bo chains to polnl >.f eon*
lueuc'iii.-tit. containing 840 sores > lees.
ALEXANDER BUCHAN,
ilu.d Isi Feb., mn       Charles II. Allen, Airent
I'uh. Feb, H
si.-na l.itni District   Dlstricl of Coast
Queen Cliurlolti' Islands l-iiml Disirict
Skncntl
Take notice that 1, Jul n McLeod ol\'iiiirouver
oeoupstlon broker, intend to apply for pern union
to prose|K*t for coal and |M*trolvum on the following
dfscril-cd lands:
Commeneing ul a pool plai.tisl alsiut two mil.-,
soulh and two miles wwt of the mouth nl tlie'
Tl-el Itiver anil marked J. Sic.I.. S. K. Corner.
N... Tl, ihence north Ml chains, thenc* west so
chnins, thenco south HO chains, Ihenc east 60
rh.niis to point "f ooriimeiicemenl; containing MO '
uctes, more or less.
Dsted Feb.!_, 1911 JOHN McLKOD ,
I'uh. Keh. J I. l/'slie K. Waller, Agont
Take notiee thai I. Jnhn stiller, ofVaneouver,
B.C.. ,M*copuli..n l.ulclier. intends to upply for
iH.riiiission to purchuse lhe fallowing described
Take notice that 1. John Mrl*ul. of Vnnc.uver. I    Cnin'mendng st apost plantod sboul I chain
Hi ..occupation broker, Intond to apply for |H*r-. from tidewater ai the head of Li mla-Bnv. and
mission to oroeneel [�� coal and petroleum mi the   ��.����� 1..-I J M.'-N.K. corner, thenco wen hidna,
followiiik desenlHsl land-.                                                  thenc..  soulh  ��> ehains.   tbence  ,.,-t   -..  .hams.
,.,, .    , ,��,'��������� ���    <������'  ��� i      ������ (..mllien.imr  at    .1 posl   plant.-    tWO mil.,    thence north 80 Chains,   t nl..!    enminencc-
I huik, my brut hers,    saitl lie,    ol .1' w.-st ,.r ilienoithw.si mmi ..f .-s,l licence V.    ,���,,���, containing 640 si i root lees
neglcrled   wife,   all   alone   ill   the i :��S73. nmik.-l J.M . S.K. .-..rn.T. th.-nc- north89 JOHN MILLER,
���chum-, thenc* west ni chains, Ihence  outh I     Datad 1st Feb., IN]        Chsrles B Sunk. Aitent
chains,   thenee east   *n  climlis.   1..  paint of Cum-    1>UI,   t; I, ������:,
mencement JOHN MeLEOD.
Dnto.1 K.I.. 1. lull Wilson Ilnwinir, Auent
I'uh Feb, II.
Queen Charlotle Islands Land Districl ���District ol
Skivna
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Why send East for what you can buy for the
same money in Vancouver? Write for our catalogue and learn how you may save money and
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Jewellery Mail Order House
GEO.
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Vancouver, B.C.
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Hock
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In
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I!
El TION ONE
Lots
6-7-9*10
1-2-11-4-5-6
9-10
22
21-22
1-2
27
1 in' following properties will be sold en block
and on easy terms.
SECTION ONE
Block Lots
19 W
19 15-16
20 19-20
34 36-37-38
34 42
27 9-10
ur separately
SUCTION ONE
SECTION  KIVK
Hlock
9
18
42-13
Lots
22-23
22*23
SUCTION SIX
7-X-!i-10
Pw prices, terms and particulars, apply to
Lc"nd Avenue
S. BENSON,
AGENT
Atlantic Rcaltr* Improvrmrnl Co
poor.
great, dreary house, rocking ilie cradle
of her sleepinR babe wiih one (not and
wiping away her tears with the other."
ADVENTURES ON
GRAHAM ISLAND
SETTLERS ADVENTURES ON THE
WAY TO HIS PRE-EMPTION
| Undeterred by Disaster He Devised
Ingenious Methods of Conveying
Himself, His Goods, and a Whole
Poultry Yard Safely.
(Special Correspondence)
Massell, March 21. ���Af.er adventures
rivalling those of Robinson Crtooe, a
pioneer home-maker haa reached his
pre-emplion mi ktMNtt inlet, and until
lie has built himself a lii-usc, lias taken
up his abode in a hollow tree. Amongst
his pioneer ctiuipnient was included a
consignment of chickens, and his problem at first was how to get his furniture,
stores, and lhe chickens to their destination some miles away along thc
Inlet.
The water route seemed at lirst the
most suitable,'and the ingenious si-tiler
got busy and built himself a raft on
which Cruso-like to make the journey
chickens and all. Alas, ihlpwreck
befell him on the way, and his hopes
were sorely (lashed. Hut rising supreme
over bis ill-fiiriune and wading ashore
with the rescued chickens, he sil In
work on the sandy beach and built a
sleigh on which tn drag his property
to its resting place over some miles of
sand.
Plucky and ingenious as the effort
was, ii loo failed, and sitting down
betide his nucleus chicken ranch, the
siill undbcouragod pioneer got bis
wits busy on another plan,   what ii
was  be will  not  tell, but   ils succe s  is
undoubted for there be is now snugly
ensconced in bis holloa tree whh the
chicken* at home on the pre-emption.
Queen Charlotte Islands Und District-District ol
Skeena
Take notli-c llint I. John IfeLeod,flf Vnnouuvar, I
ll C . oceiu.ntion broker, intend to sppl) for |*er-
mission to prospecl for coal and petroleum *.li tl'..-
following .I.-, i il- .1 lnnds.
.".. Coniinoii.'ini* nt a imsl planted two mil.**.
West of tlie lonilli-west eornei ,.f r.-al ln'onre N.i
.11.1. marked J.M.. N.K. enrner. tlience nnthU
etmiii-. ihenee iv.*-i H chains, tlience north -.��
chains, tli.-nc >*asl -*o .'hatn- t<�� |,..t.it ,,f coni-
Runeament JOHN Mrl.Koli.
Datnl 1st. IHU Wilson i.-,. ...i*. A.*, m
Pub. 1 VI.. 11.
Queen Charlolle Islands l-and D.strict  -HiMrict ol
Skesnn
Take nolice that I, John UeLsfld ol Vancouver.
nccu|iation hniker, intend (u apfily for ta*rnn--ion
to pro 1^-,'t for ntal and j��..|iol.'iini on (he followins
di-scril ,.| lands:
Con.lii.'liilllC sl S liost |.Uni..l slsiul thrw
miles north snil one mile meal of thc mouth of Ihe
Tl-el Kiver and marked J. Mel.. S. W. Corn r.
No. IS. thencc north so chains, thrnee mm W
chains, Ihence south BO chains, thence ��>s>t SO I '.."�� ____., ii,'
chains to point ol commencement; coniaininit 610 '
acn*s, more or Irs*.
Dated Hb.tO lull. JolIN Mcl.l'.oD
IN'*. KcU 2S. Clarence McDo -ell, A��tnt
Bkeena Land Dlstrlel   Dlstricl uf Cosst
Tak.* notice thnt I. l^*-iie K. Wslter, ������! t/anenu*
v.*r. lie. ..i-.-u|.iiti..n i peetor, Intends t>.apply for pertin���ion t>. purenase the foil..*, intr ties-
.nl- 1 land*.
Gccnmenelna at a |m,sI idant.-.! and liinrke.1 L.
K. W.'s Sl:. crner and Immediately sdjolnlna
posl marked W.A.'s N.W. earnei. Iheni ����� north lo
chains, iheneeweet m ehalnsl thenee *..uih 40
ehains,thenee east sn rimns. lopolnl <>f ...m-
liienc.*tii.'lit. .'"iitainilut ;L-" acres, in-.i.'.., lees.
LESLIE E WALTER,
|i,i.*l Isl Kek. ISU Charles II. Allen. Auent
Pub, K. i
Sk.*.'iia ljind District   Districl ..f Cassiar
Thke notice thai I Holcom McDonald ������! Prinee
itnpcii. H c . .���.���.'upation ini��.n i. Intends to sp��
ply for petoii 'i-.ii I.. t.un*lia-e ll..* f..ll..uinu de-
���eribed lnnds;
Gommenelns ��t �� poet plant.*.! three snd ona.
half mil.*- in .in snsti rly alrecUon from tbe i-.ini
on Nsas Blver where the Lava Lake trail besins
and  one  mile  in  n  liortln-rK   .l.-e.'ll. ti (i.-ni Ihe
said l-a.a IjiI.- trail, thenee north Bo ehalns,
thence west  RO .hams.  Ihence  math *��. chains.
thenee en-i chains t.. p..ini ..f eommeneement^
coiilainini* M" acres.
Dsu r-ii. i. I'.'ii.        bolcom McDonald
jiM'pii H.lwav. Agent
Queen Chsrlolte Islands Und Disirict -DUlrict o!
Skeena
Tske notice lhat I, John Mcl-cml ol Vancouver. ,
occuiiation hroker, intend to apply Inr iiermission i
lo piM-jsri lor coal and |N-tmleum on Ihe loll.minc I
described lamls:
Commencinu Bt a |iosl planteil alstut live tn ileal
north  and  one mile  west   ol  the mouth  o    the
Pl-el Hiver and markisl J. Mel.. N. K. Corner
No. .*, thenn* snulh Ml chains,   th.nn* wot Ml I
chains, Ihenn- nonh  Ml chsins, ili.*niv MM   10
cliains to |mint of commenc-ment;  containinx 6tl>
acres, more or leaa.
Dated Fab.tt, U1L JOHN MeLEOD
i'uh. 1.1. :.'-. Clarence McDoaell. Airent
Skeena Unl Distil, i   District of I i-mr
Take notin- thai I Charles Ma Is "i Prinee Itu-
jK*rt. I'C.. .scupaii..n lahotct. Intends lo tpphr
f..r p.iinlss|.inlo|iurrhs>e lhe followini! described lands;
Canmenclnir at a |MMt plnnt.sl  ihree and one-
half miles in an .-asieiiy olrnetion from the point
on Nsss Kiver where the I. ivn Uke trail Isvins
and one mile in a northerly diieclion fn.m the
���aid Uva l���ke trail, Ihen.s. s,.oth so ehalns,
thence eit-l sn ,'|,t.lns.  theiice imrlh  -,i chains.
ihenre wesi n. chains to poinl of eommancoroi ni.
...nlainine ill" nrres.
Date Keh :i. I'll CHARLES MollltIS
Pub, Mar. lu. Joseph Uelway. Airent
Skeena Und District    Dislrici of Cassiar
Take in.in.��� itint I. John McDonald "f I'linoo
Rupert, He. occupation hotelkeepert Intendi  to
Qunn Charlotte Islands Und Dislrici -District nl   apply for permlaeton t., purehaae the foifcnrlni
Skn-na I .l.*s.-rilml lnnds;
Take nolin- thai I, John Mcl-cod ol Vann.uv.T,       Cmmeiuioir nt a peel plant.-l   three and ..m-
iK-ru|.sii...i l.rok.r. intend 10 applv lor |a-rmn��lnn   half mllee In aa eesterir dlreetl n from Ihe oolnt
io pro |K*rt lor n,sl and |h*i roleum on the ful'..��iii��   ..n Nan- RJ��Of when* lhe l.a.n Lake  trail  l-cins
d.-ertis*,! lands- end one mile la a northerly direction from the
Commencina si a |s^t plmt.-l sliout lour miles   ���ai.l Uva Lake trail, then. 'I. eiehty chains,
north and thns* mil��� esssl ,* tin  mouth ol the   ihei ��.-i ��� .Lain-, thenee north **, .Imins.
'llei Riser and marknl J. Mel., N. W. Corner. | thenee east �����> chains to polnl ..f eommeneement,
���oocoooooooooocooooooooco*
B Canadian G neral Electric Co.
Canada Foundry Co., Lid.
TORONTO, ont.
Lid.
Nn.   IS,   t��nnr��'   DttUl   ���>'.  rhaifi .   ih^fin-   ���
rhu'fiH,  UwMi nnrih  wi chmn*-.  theno'  *���   I   M
rlmfnn tn polnl *>t f>��ntm��*n��.nn-tii;  BHIt-JlriH Mn
lirrif,   TT'ti'i    <-r     ���
ItaiH Koli M. It'll. Jniis McLKOD
pUb \* CtSfMM Mc.K'Wfll, IfMll
tjiii^Ti r|tarlnit��'l��l��n'l�� Ltsd lh<trict���Disirict of
Tain* nutio- that I, John Mrl^wl of VftlMOUVtr,
ftmi|��jiton lrnli*t, Island to npply (or |xrinL*-H.n
t<> pro MM (or roal and pntrowoa on tbt lullowinu
'In-K'iiliri lamh:
Ctiinrm'nri-K at a )h>m planti-il alnnit fonf pita
ruTtii nnd \hfmm dim **>���*. of i(k< mouth of Um
TNI Kiver an-l marknl J. MrL., ^. W. ("mn<T.
Nn .'il, tbOMi tortli ho rlntin* tli'-nr*- ml *.l
rhaln*, Ihrnrc wwth WI r nin-, thfnw *"<t Ho '
atwlni to ftoii.t nf ccimmrnri' i MI mnuinlnn 61(1
arr����, mnrp or l��n.
DntKl I ph. ^i l!HI. J'HIN' MeLEOD
INih. Nb. II Clarpnw* McI>owp1I. An-?t I
rntitatnlhf ������!" ��vr*.-<*.
|i:,i.  K.l-      I'll
(���ul.. Man It I".
JOHN Mi DON ALU
J i.ii Bdwni   . ��� il
COAL NOTICK
Quern (harlottp Ktan'la Uml Dintrict ��� Dixt rict ol
hkii-na
Takr notirr that I. Jnhn McI<p��hI nf Vanmuvrr,
II. r., nccu|.atmn hroki'f. intrml to a|i|>ly fur |**r*
mlM>inn to WUM0I for mal ami p- iml' >nn nn thn
following *UxriU-'l lainfa:
:t. ( nmnipncint at a *���****. planlfnl nm* mila
north of ih- n rtl ml r�� rt.tr of I nt 171, markp<t
I. Mrl.. N.W. Corner. Im-hir thpnorth ���*%* . pornpr,
thpnro n\*.\ Ml rliains, thpnc** nouth H- rtiaina.
thrnrp wpkI   VI chain*,  lh��-��co north Mi rlminn to
point of wmmciicomi-nt.
Dat.-I Doc. 24,
|*oh. Jan. 71.
, I'Mp.
Ltd.
I'honc 214
MANDFAfmiltKlt.S   OF
All   rliin***'*  nf   Klnrlrirnl  Aptmrntu*,
tUIIWV  .Supplipn,   Pump*   Kiminp*.
Botttrti OoACfrtl Mixor*.  OrnHinpnt*
Hl    Iran    nml     Hronr.p    Work.    It*
(/>iifti Charlotte I : ������ ���*   ��� " < District
Skoona
Tako nolirr that f   John McI<p����.| nf Vanmuvor,
orrupation hroker. mton<l tu appl>  for pprmi.Mion
f-��� j.ro pprt for p<ial and |M*tm|ptim nn thp following
.1.   rr.l. -I land
JOHN   M'l.KOD
\V. 1)rm*. Ai'pnt
and Dintrict -District of
W. CLARK DIIRANT
ROOM 4, MrlNTYRF. BLOCK
P. 0,
Agent
BOX 724
i ��o:>ooooooooooooooooooooco#
( ommPiiPiiiR at a pont plnnipd about |hrpp miles I
*��-��t antl two milps tvifih of thp mouth I thp 11 ��*l
Uivr and marked J. Mr���!.., N. K. COTM N' *%
thnnrr aouth "0 rhalnn. thrnco wr^t ^0 chnln��,
thpnen north *.0cSain��. thp'c��pa"t r'taina to point
of rnmrnpicmrnt; containinR '11" acre* moro  or
\m,
Dttnd Vv\* 2\ 1911. JOHN McI.KOl) I
Pu . Fob. 27. T. K. Waller, ARpnt
Dwtrict of   Quoen Chariotte Hamln
SkM-na
Take notice that I, Thfw. It. Davoy of t/uoon
Charlitie,   occupation   notary   puhlic,   Intpnd   to
j apply   fur   |H��rmi^inn   to  pm��|H*ct   fur   cnal   and
! iielroleum on tho foOowtni NMJbld land
Commencing ai a p<m planted nine miles north
and tmo mill" east nf S*c1inn l'l, Townnhip 7,
C.raham Mand and marked No. 41, T. It. D.. S. K
correr, thence we��t HO chaina, thonce north HO
chaina, thence east HO chain*, thenco w.uth HO
chains to point of commencement, containinR M0
acfo* mnrr nr less.
Daiod Nov 5, 1910. THOS.  H. DAVKY
Tub. !>ec. 8. WhWi GominR, Ajent THE   PRINCE   RUPERT   OPTIMIST
TIGERS LICKED THE KUBS
AFTER AN EXCITING GAME
First Basketball Match in Prince Rupert Was a Great
Occasion���Kubs Made a Strong Finish���The
Tiger's Battle Cry Beat Them���A
Contest on Skates
Basketball, the first match ever]
played in I'rince Rupert, was the special
attraction at the Roller Skating Rink
last night. The teams contesting were
the ���'Kaien Island Kubs" and the
"Roller Rink Tigers." A big crowd
gathered to see the game which ended
m a win for ihe Tigers 13 goals to 8.
Mobley Waa Favorite
Brightly lighted, the rink looked well
with the Tiger's red and while, and the
Kub's dark blue darling across it in
the exciting progress of a swift game.
From the gallery deafening applause
and shouts of encouragement stormed
down to the players. High above all
other voices there shrilled out always
the clear notes of two girl-voices inspiring the darling of their hearts, young
Mobley, to hurl himself on to victory
or death. It was "Mobley Mobley
Mobley " wiih only mi occasional variation to "Ross" who is evidently also
a favorite with the fair sex in I'rince
Rupert.
Strenuoua Firat  Half
In the first, half ihe Tige.s were
particularly agile, and rapidly scored
again and again in spile of heroic efforts
on the part of the Kubs. Intense
excitement swayed the audience, and
every goal was hailed with u whirlwind
ovation. At half lime both learns
were well warmed up to their work
and keen for thc second half.
A Conteat on Skatea
During the ten minutes rest for the
players it was announced that Mr. R.
Smith, a tall lithe-looking colored gentleman would engage in a roller skating
contest with Mr. H. Lever, the rink
instructor. The match was greeted
with cheers by the audience, and to u
Bmart two-step the contestants swirled
away. Mr. Lever who is very much
at home on his skates set some neat
steps for his rival to outdo, and holding
his own well in these spun into an
intricate circle movement which seemed
to baflte Smith, who, however, gavt
the audience a masterly exhibition of
"cobbler dancing" which would be hard
to do even in plain shoes. Trouble
with one of Smith's skates ended thc
contest Mr. Lever being acknowledged
the winner.
Kuba Made Strong Finish
For the second half of the Basketball
match lhe Kubs proved their mettle
splendidly. Unaccustomed to play on
the rink, they had been at a little loss
in the first half. They played up
finely in the second, and kept the
Tigers hard at work to maintain their
lead.    The Kubs had only one goal to
their credit at the start of the second
half. They made seven more before
time was called, ln the second half
the Tigers scored live goals.
Jerry Miller Got Hurt
Miller, the big finely built player
of the Kubs' team got a sharp knock
on the ankle through a slip near the
edge of the rink, and had to lay off for
a moment or two feeling the pain
severely. But he was determined to
play out the match, and pluckily went
to it again even more actively if possible
than before the accident. After the
match the teams gathered in the centre
and gave each other three cheers amid
the tremendous applause of the audience,
who afterwards engaged in rinking
for an hour or so.
Are Arranging Dates
R. Bowers refereed the match, and
the teams were composed as follows:
Tigers; R. Rcss, F. Ross, Mobley,
Rugg and Dell. Kubs; Arneil, McU-od,
Ramsay, Miller and Harrap. L. Waugh,
manager of the Kubs' team, announces
ihat it is intended to arrange matches
with teams from Ketchikan, Juneau,
and other places in the near future.
The Tigera' War Cry
An enthusiastic admirer of the Tigers
composed and gave vent to the following
battlccry at the pitch of his voice during
the height of the excitement:
"Fuzzy wuzzy, hurdy gurdy
Zip, Zue, Zee
Tigers, Tigers, Hully Gee
Howl, bawl, yell, cheer,
Let the people know we're here.
Now then, chaw them, sis, boom, ah
Tigers, tigers, Rah, Rah, Rah "
And so ended Rupert's very first
basketball match.
Letters to the Editor
A Challenge to Rev. Mr. Kerr
Sir,���On my return to town this
morning, 1 learned thai the Rev. Ken
had criticized your action in printing
a reply of mine to an opponent who
tiied lo defame my character at an
election meeting in the early new year.
I understand him to have said that, the
Red Light districl is not a part cf the
social system. I for my part am
willing to debate the question with Mr.
Kerr at any public place he may canto name, if Mr. Kerr has the courage
of his convictions he will accept the
challenge, if only io educate me to his
broad Christian views.
The Good Book says, "Come, let us
reason together."
M. GOSDEN
COAL NOTICE
Don't forget the Green Dance at the
Mclntyre Hall on Wednesday night.
Wear anything that looks green.   156-68
Hoo!  Hool
The regular meeting of the Order of
Owls, Prince Rupert Nest, will be held
in the Carpenter's Hall on Thursday,
23rd inst., at 8 p.m. 66*69
Prince  Rupert    Young   Liberals
A meeting of the Executive will be
held on Wednesday, 22nd inst., at 8.30.
at the oflice of Williams & Manson,
Helgerson Block. 66-68
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners, 'Phone 4.
BIG CLUBHOUSE
FOR KETCHIKAN
ALASKA TOWN TO HAVE SPLENDID   BUILDING
Three Story Club Houae to Face the
Waterfront���Cost Will be About
$20,000���An Ambitious Scheme
Mapped Out.
Ketchikan, Alaska, March 21.���The
Ketchikan Power Boat Club, the Ketchikan Athletic Association and the
Commercial Intereata of Ketchikan have
decided to amalgamate and secure a
suitable she for the erection of a home.
The plan is to incorporate, issue
stock, secure the site and build a home
suitable for the business, boating athletic and sporting interests. The home
as planned will probably cost in the
neighborhood of $20,000,00.
The home, tts contemplated, will
be a three story building, and will face
upon the water, where boats of any
size and deplh can easily approach
it on the water side.
The lirst floor will be fitted up for
the purpose of a gymnasium, with
baths, bowling alleys, basket and hand
ball courts and all necessary arrangements for a first class up-to-date gymnasium. The second floor will consist
of a t heatre and dance hall. The t heatre
will have a balcony in one end. and ils
entire seating capacity will be in the
neighborhood of 1,000 |>eople. The
stage will be strictly modern and up-
to-date in all its appointments. The
third floor will be occupied by the
commercial club, the athletic and boat
club quarters, banquet hull, billiard
and pool rooms. On the water side of
the building balconies will extend the
entire length on each floor, thus making
it the observation point of the city.
Knighta of Pythian
A special meeting of the Knights of
Pythias will be held on Friday night
at 8 o'clock in the K. of P. Hall.���C. H.
Sawle, K. of R. and S. 66-69
Queon Charlotle Ulatidti Land Diatrict��� District ot
Skoena
Take notice thai I, John McLood of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for permisaion
tu prospect for coul and petroleum on the following
descrilii'd lul.tl:
Commoncing at a post plunted uhout eight
mili-s north and throe milos wost of tlie mouth ol
tho Tl-el Uiver and marked J. Mci*. S.W. Corner,
No. 61, thonce nortli 80 chains, thence cast 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thonce west 80
chuins to point ot commencement; containing
lilll acres, mnru or less.
Dated Keb. 28, 1911. JOHN  Mcl.EOD
Pub. March|3. Claronce'McDowoll, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islanda Land District���District ol
Skeenu
Tuko notice Ihut I, John McLeod ol Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to appljlor pormission
to prospoct for coul und petroleum on the following
described lund:
Commencing at a post planted about nine milea
nortli and three milos wost of the mouth of the
Tl-el Hiver and murked J. McL., S. W. Corner,
No. 62, tlience north 80 chains, thencc eust 80
chuins, tnence south 80 chains, thence west 80
chnins to point of commencement; containing
640 acres, more or less.
Dated Keb. 28. 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. Murch 3. C. McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotto Islands Land District���District of
Skwna
Take notico that I. John Mcleod of Vancouver,
occupntion broker, intond to apply for permission
to prospect tor cuul mid petroleum on the following
desciit-cd landi
Commencing nt a post planted anout nine miles
north and three miles wust of thu mouth of the
Tl-el ilivcr and marked J. McL., S. E. Corner,
No. 63, thence north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thenco south 80 chains, thence east 80
chains to point of commencement; containing
6-10 acres, more or lesa.
Dated Keh. 28, 1911. JOHN MeLEOD
I'ub. March 3 Clarenco McDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District���DUtrict of
Skena
Take notice that I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupution broker, intond lo apply for permission
to pros|iect for coal and petroleum on the following
descrilied land:
Commencing at a poat planted about nine
miles n.ni!. and one milo west of the moulh of the
Tl-el Uiver and marked J. McL., N. E . Corner.
No. 20, thenco south 80 chaina, thence west SO
chains, thonce north 80 chains, thence east 80
chaina to point of commoncemont; containing 640
acrea, more or leaa.
Dated Keb. 28,1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Puh. March 3. Clarenw McDowell. Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land Diatrict���Districl of
Skeena
Take notiee that I. John Mcleod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for permissinn
to prospect for coal and petroleum on the following
described land:
Commencing at a poat planted aboul seven
mllea north and one milo woat of the mouth of the
11.1 Disss and marked J. McL., S. E. Corner,
No. 21, thence norlh 80 chaina, thonco west 80
Chaina, thence south 80 chalna, thenee eaat 80
chaina to point of commencement; containing
640 acre*, more nr less.
Dated Feb. 28,1911. JOHN McLKOD
Puli. March 3. Clarance MeDowell, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District���District'of
Skeana
Tako notice that 1, John McLeod of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for permiss'on
to proapect for coal and petroleum on the following
described land:
Commencing at a post planted about eight
miles north and three miles weat of the mouth of
the Tl-el River and marked J. McL., N. W. Corner,
No. 60, thence aouth 80 chaina, thenea eaat 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence west 80
ehains to point of commencement; containing
640 acrea, mor or leaa.
Dated Keb. 28.1911. JOHN MeLEOD
Pub. March 3. Clarence McDowell, Agent
r
Northern Produce fn'v
WHOLESALE PROVISIONS
FRUITS and VEGETABLES
Send for our Weekly Price U5t |
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NOW OPEN
THE QUICK SHOE REPAIRING SHOP
Opp. Bank of British Ninth America. New loggers shoe* 14 h.
high, tnnde to order :il (8.50,
Men's soles $1 Ladies' soles 70c
Men's heels 40c Ladies' hi'i'ls iii*
Men's sewed on $1,25
Ladies' sewed on l.��|
Shoes  repaired while you wail
All leather flrot-dau quality,
Ludwig Slrubi - Fulton & 3rd k
m-
DISPENSING
PRESCRIPTIONS
a specialty
at
ORME'S
Drug Store
C.  H ORME
The Pioneer Dmf(i*l
PHONE   :   ;   ;  82
This advertisement clipped from the
Boston I'ost gives the story of the
wonderful development now going on
in Canada. Look out for British Columbia. The profits to investors in
Town lots in nil Grand Trunk Divisional
and Terminal Points will astound the
world. Buy now. Ask Uncle Jerry
for price lists and full information.
LAST YEAR
REAL ESTATE OWNERS IN
Western Canada
MADE
$100,000,000
From the most accurate figures obtainable, over One Hundred Million
Dollars was made by real estate owners in growing cities and towns of
Western Canada last year. This vast
wealth was exclusive of improvements
and represented actual increase in land
values alone.
Original records gathered by the
Winnipeg Free 1'ress prove that in
eight western Canadian Cities the value of land alone ���not counting improvements���increased 668 per cent, for tbe
last five years���an annual increase of
112 per cent, for each city during the
last live, years. These figures indicate
that investments in live, growing cities
in Western Canada are as safe and
sure as an investment can be, and that
100 per cent, profit each year is almost
a certainty.
THIS YEAR
THEY wn.L UNDOUBTflDLV make $100,-
000,000   MORE
You have an opportunity now to
participate in these immense profits by
being one of the original purchasers of
town lots in the Grand Trunk Pacific
addition to tbe fast growing Western
Canadian cities, otherwise known as
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Division Points
WATROUS, MELVILLE, WAINWRIGHT,
BIGGAR
The Grand Trunk Pacific offers in
these splendidly located, fast growing
Division Points and in the townsite of
Tofield an opportunity for the investor
to share in the large profits that are
sure to accrue as a result of the rapid
and substantial growth that characterizes Grand Trunk Pacific Division
Points and well located cities and
towns in Western Canada.
The Grand Trunk Pacific does not offer townsites or additions so located as
to make investments in them of questionable value. The object in selling
these lots at the low prices at which
they are offered is to encourage the upbuilding of these cities from which thc
Grand Trunk Pacific will derive vastly
more benefit thin from the sale of lots.
Now is the time to buy. Choice lots
range from $100 upwards on easy payments of 10 per cent, cash and 10 per
cent, a month. You make your purchase direct and secure title from the
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company.
Write for literature and make your
selection while the prices arc extremely low and the possibilities unlimited.
Address
Land Commissioner
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Co.
DAILY MESSAGES FROM
"UNCLE JERRY"
Ask Uncle Jerry uncle JERRT
m     Hn��  n   Vrct.  Information l>vpartiw��
No. 20
In my last message I told you not to
wait till Fortune overtakes you, but to
overtake Fortune yourself. I lowman y
of us are content to bc as we are, each
one secretly hoping that he will grow
suddenly rich some day. We do not
know bow it will be done. Maybe we
will find some, maybe some one will
die and leave us a lot of it. So we go
on hoping but don't turn a hand to
bring that Fortune to us. 'Tis said
that Fortune knocks but once at each
mans door. That lie is as big as the
one ascribed to Harnum that the American people love to be humbugged.
Fortune is waiting at your door all the
time, anxious and eager to be grasped
by the man who WILL. Why not look
around you and find the opportunity?
No Opportunities? Why, bless you,
there are hundreds right here in Prince
Rupert, and thousands within a hundred miles of this city.
If you are in dout about your opportunity sec me ami we'll talk it over. I
may know of the opportunity for you.
I'll not give you bad advice and 1 shall
not sell you anything unlesss I am sure
you want it and need it. I'd rather
have one satisfied client than ten dissatisfied ones.   Get thnt?
Come over and let me gee whether I
can't make you the satisfied one.
On January 15th and 22nd, Eastern
papers on Jan. loth, Western papers
on Jan. 22nd, our Prince Rupert Opportunity advertisement appeared in
papers in New York, Huston, Providence, Kansas City, Denver, San Francisco, Los Angeles, St. Paul and 37
Sunday issues of big U.S. daily newspapers in all. On Feb. 25th our Prince
Rupert advertisement appeared in 26
Canadian daily newspapers.
Haa a Free Information IKpartmeBt
for strangers in the lily ami f��r v*
residents by correspondence.
"ASK  UNCLE JERRY"
He Buy. Leases      H" Bojl foMJ
He Buys UU II" Bujn C**v*��
He  has  Slur.       i  ';'nt-
He  Buys  Lands in BktOT" ��***"
River  Valleys.
"NOW"
YOU PRINCE RUPERT
PROPERTY OWNERS
Jeremiah II. Kugler, "Uncle Jerry,"
Agent for Grand Trunk Pacific Lots on
Main Line. Prices are fixed by the
Land Commissioner and our best services ate tit your command. -Ask Uncle
Jerry, P.O. Box 900, Prince Rupert.
ASK UNCLE JERRY
JEREMIAH H.  KUGLER
please take notice and list your property with a good live broker, if from the
above you think our equipment should
produce the best results, you should
come in at once.
We advise everyone to get in the
market this spring and summer. Sell
when you have a profit; buy ngnin.
That's the way to make money. You
can make many times as much money
if you will buy and sell and not hold on
so long to property. All of you put
your shoulder to the wheel and boost-
keep on boosting���that's thc way we
will make a big city.
WHEN YOU WANT TO BUY, 8ELL OR
RENT REAL ESTATE
ASK UNCLE JERRY
"ASK   UNCLE  JEKRY"
He wants 60 Hoaioi to R**
He Sells Leases        lie SIN Ita'**
He Sells Lots 0.S.ltaC��W*
He wants Stores to ROT
He  Sells  Lands up tho8ki����*
"ASK  UNCLE JERRY-
He will buiM you n.lwliingoneM
payment plan.
He will lease or sell y.m a lot on"
terms for you to build ��� d**"
store on.
He will sell you n hon* ���'"'l [fJj
you con pay on monthly I"��"��'"
He will take a lease nn .v��"-|��W'
make your Investment  pi >""
per cent. _
ASK UNCLE JERRY

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