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 THE  WEATHER
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The Daily News
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Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
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II,  NO. 187
Prince Rupert, B.C., Friday, August 18, 1911.
Prick Five Cents
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JBERAL DELEGATES OFF
TO NANAIMO CONVENTION
|trong Body of Influential Men Left This Morning by
S. S. Prince Rupert   Enthusiastic   Gathering   of
Local  Liberals Give Them Great Send Off
'I'tii delegates from Prince Ruin to the Liberal Convention for
Jii> constituency t<> In- held in
������iit,.im.. tomorrow as well as
lur.il others from up river and
Inlying districts Irlt this morning
ilu* S.S. Prince Rupert.   They
en* given ;. hearty send off by
lliu-i nf sti'tiucli Liberals,
| li  w.is a different   scene  from
,.i which happened hist Monday
llun .I'i..' I.me delegates lift
tii* for thc Conservative Condition, not  fortified with  many
oxies, whereas all the delegates
li.t left today are armed with
poxics from every part  of'the
-;ii. ..
I Jim .i*. the Prince Ruperl was
filing mn of lhc harlmr she met
steamer  Inlander which hail
board the delegates from I laz-
lon alio laden with lots of proxies,
tbe  delegates   wen*   transferred
from the Inlander to the Rupert
in ihe harlior.
The names of the delegates
(rom Prince Rupert are G. R.
Naden, J. S. Cowpcr, A. J. Morris,
II. B. Campbell, J. J. Sloan,
F. C. Dawson, S. P. McMordie,
Frank Keeley, Dr. Hall and Frank
Mobley.
All the delegates from Skeena
are going to support Duncan Ross
for the nomination.
New Line Already Constructed
Prince Rupert citizens have lhc
opportunity of using a new line
of l.eekie  Boots just  in at Scott,
Froud \ Company's, Third avenue.
These arc made of a special new
slock and beat anything made yet
;it the prices.
If you want money apply P. O.
Box 053. tf
BUILDING BIG
PULP MILL
Party of Millionaires Erecting
Large Plant at Ocean Falls
A syndicate of Wisconsin millionaires are rushing work at Ocean
Falls on what is claimed will lie
the largest pulp mill on the con-
tiniiil. This advice is learned
from Captain Bucholtz of the
steamer Henriitte which arrived
in iliis port alst night. The
captain says he took over 200
tons of machinery to the new
plant, on which are now working
700 men. Within a few weeks llic
number of nun working on the
erection of buildings and installing
machinery will lie fully 1,000.
"Like a young Niagara Falls,"
is the way Captain Bucholtz describes the water power at Ocean
Falls, Cottages have been built
to accommodate lhe workmen and
their families and ii looks as if
a gootl sized town will grow around
Ocean Falls.
The markets for the pulp made
at Ocean Falls will be almost exclusively in the United States.
The lot;.I cost of the new works
viill be nearly a, million dollars.
BASEBALL SCORES j
t:
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Northwestern League
Vancouver 5,. Portland I.
Seattle 7, VictoriaS.
Tacoma 2, Spokane 1.
National League
New York io; 15; Cincinnati 4,2
St, Louis 7, Philadelphia 0.
Brooklyn 8, Pittsburg 7.   .
Boston 12, Chicago S.
Pacific Coast League
Portland 4, Ljos Angel, s :i.
Sim Francises) 2, Sacramento 1.
American League
Philadelphia!, 5; Chicago 1,1.
Boston 4, Detroit 'A.
New York BijCleveland 2.
Washington (i, St. Louis 0.
Miss Vida: Brown, who has
been the guest, of Mrs, A. Morris
for some time past, returned to
her home in Vancouver this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ross who
have been living in this dty for
several months returned to their
former home in Leihbridge, Alt;..,
this morning on the S.S. Prince
Rupert. Their son George Hatch
returned with his parents.
BIG WHEAT CROP
IS ASSURED
Experts Send in Growingly Optimistic Reports, Weather Re
mains Favorable Labor Pur-
ing in.
Winnipeg, .Aug. 18.���Reports
from the special staffs of crop
experts who are now in all pans
of the West are much more optimistic now than those previously
received from the same source.
Within a few days, despite alarms
to the contrary, it is anticipated
in reliable quarters lhat the biggest crop on record will go to the
reapers. Warmth in the West
has advamed many big fields
which threatened to Ik- backward
and the kernels are* solidifying
satisfactorily. The- labor scarcity
has apparently evaporated, it now-
being anticipated thai trains from
the East, West and South will
bring in the required amount of
help.
For row boats and launches
telephone 320 green. Davis'
Boat House.
.EFT TODAY ON
IH0NEYMOON TRAIL
C. Strang, Assistant Postmaster, was to be Made Victim of Plot Ere He Left to
Become a Benedict.
Quite early this mori-irg���soon
Ifitr the S.S. Prince Rti|K*rt had
locked here to Ik exact, a yolli'g
pan wiili ;*. gird look in his eye
(l.i shone like an' arc light hur-
"1 aboard ilu- boal snd hid
himself in ,*ii obscure comer of it.
pin reason? Who was ihe \<>ung
nan? I), c. Strang, assistant
postmaster, strxted on ilu- honey-
  irail ii very earnest today.
Or Sunday, with the help of
I'l-.vi.l. i ce , m| a Presbyterian
minister, D. ('. Strarg, .'id .'
bn     Scntcl   I   -i-   n< w   iu  Vic-
ria,   will   |]gn   the   anichs   fur
It lin partnership   or to be brief
(.. <l lu.i.| il., y will Ik* married.
M. Strang wss to be made the
'��� lint   ..I   .��   pirn   ihis   morning
by his fellow workers in the- Pos,
Office. He was to be tagged and
labelled so thai the public would
know ihe errand he was going on.
He, however, gol wise to what Wi>s
on foot, hence his reason for going
aboard so early.
When ihe boat was well away
from the dtK'k a I... appeared at
.In* window of ilu* ob ervation
room. I). t'. Strang had the laugh
on his bachelor friends on the
wharf. He escaped the plot and
was off on ilu- "Honeymoon Trail."
He will be back in IWO weiks'
linn* with his bride and will live
on Kighth avenue. The News
wishes them both real happiness.
Things You Should Know
The best  Canadian shoe is the
"Inviciiis"  Slater.    Scott,   Frond
&��� Co., jus, received over 11000
worth "f them.
Brought   Lots   of   Freight
Over five hundred tons of freight
for this city WHS brought   in  by
tin S.S. Henrietta <>f the 0. T. P.
line last night,
TWO CHIEFS, TWO MEN,
ONE DRIVER, ONE UNIFORM
Prince Rupert's Fire Fighting Line up Today���Fire Chief Mclnnis Buys His Own Uniforms Giving Council a Broad Hint
---When  Political  Struggle is Over  Mayor  and Aid.
Clayton May Think of City's Fire Protection Needs
IR0YAL BLUES RAMPANTLY
CONQUERED CRESCENT B'S
IScore 42-20 at End of Last Night's Tremendously Exciting Game-Both Teams Strongly Supported���
Record Gate   Popular Girls in Grand Stand
I "r.y-two i,, twenty in favor of
'!�� I'd.niliible Royal Bines.   That
l��  M..re last i Ight al lhe end
1 " ..( the most ixciling indoor
cl-all games ever  played  in
1   ���' "'  Kupert.    Royals met   Bro-
' ,!""<l Crescents idler days of
'��� 'ii and expressed defiance.  Both
'   ni- .'n* hot favorites wiih iheir
���I", tin*  fans  and   rooters,  and
'r was .* record turn out of
boys   aid   girls   to   see   the
��� ruggle,    .
Wildest Enthusiasm
Rooters   out    of   deference   lo
'  powers ihat |H* relinquished
"-ilv.r   snarling   trumpets"
1 d played symphoniously upon
��� trombones in  iheir  throats
���Might of ih,* listening multitude
m ihe vicinity.
' ''��� - d -land aid bleachers wire
n"w packed wiih fans last night
" much so dun Umpires Sloan
1,1  Dunn had u. request  the
' *. rilow of audience ihat encroach-
** on tin* diamond, to tuck them
selves .'way in ilu- farther corners
of the Auditorium
Celebrities were There
Many lo-eal celebrities were present.     Frank   Mobley  was   there
with Mr-  Mobley hugely enjoying
lhe game.     Rev.  W.  II.  Mcl.cod
was there,   s. Corley was then���
Wasn't he Iniys-- in a red fell hat,
blue   shin,   and   inmiaciilale   stis-
penders, the most active coach
thai i ver happened. Any number
of lively and pretty girls.thronged
lhe grand stand and rooted i"
best the band. Royals had il
rather   I��k.  much  iheir own   way
i��� the later stages of the game,
but Crescents really put up s fine
light for il in tl-��- ea*"1)' InnlltgS
r-p.cinlly. Over and over Sgsifl
they wen* cheered lo lhe echo,
and in spile of the rampant
popularity ��f the Royals with
tluir own numerous supportefSi
Crescents can count on a ire-
mendous fund of good will from
the mighty populace at any ''""���
every game they play.
Fire- Chief Mclnnis hits gol a
niw and respleiidint uniform. This
is ihe first fire department uniform
which has ever appeared in Prince
Rupert. It has been built to lhe
Fire Chief's own order and design,
anil is on the lines of the best
models known to fire department
sartorial science. With richly braid
ed trousers and tunic, brass billions, and deep shiny peaked cap
the "tout ensenibl." ;���- the I.-dies
say, is "tres iiiagniliquc." Con-
siderabh credit is due Chief
Mclnnis for giving thus pointedly
io the city i'.t his own expense, the
hint  that it  is high lime the fire
department was brought into line
with the other advances apparent
in the development <>f Prince
Rupert.
Men Without Uniforms
On llu* wall of lhe liny firehi.ll
is a set of rules for lhe men of the
brigade. The last rule against
strong language at drills or tires
ends with the phrase "The men
must respect their badge or uniforms." Up to the present time
lhe men have had no badges or
uniforms to respect. On the other
hand they have ruined more than
two or three suits of clothes of
their own in lhc work of fire-
lighting, and iire now taking to
corduroys.   They have no helmets
lo protect their heads from falling
timbers at fires or lo shield the
back onf their necks from scalding
water pouring oil roofs. Though
the city has grown so much  the
fire department is still practically
in lhe volunteer stage still.
Two Chiefs: Three Men
Today the lire brigade of Prince
Rupert consists of a Fire Chief,
Sn Assistant l-'ire Chief, two Firemen, and one Chaffeur, A Water
Official is stationed at the fin-
Hall with orders to attend at tins
after he haa attended to the- water
gates and handed them over to
the water department foreman.
An advertisement for callmen at
$10 |M*r mouth with free sleeping
quarters, bleaches iii lhe sun on
lhe City Hall notice board, and
pleads unavallingly for help from
the wall of the io.) feeble fin-
hall. Meanwhile all five- men <>f
the fire department admit from
Fire Chief io ChalTuffeur that is
a big lire should break oul in llic
business seel ion of ihe city the
present outfit would be hopelessly
Inadequate t<> cope with it. Eve ry
citizen knows this too.
Hardship on  Men
With ilu- present  shortage of
men it is impossible for lhe Fire
("hit f to allow more than lhe most
lo the men he has. The result is
a feeling of strain antl total lack
of relaxation for the men. With
the- small stall lltKir duty iit night
comes so much more frequent
that it becomes irksome and impairs efficiency. Nor is it possible for any of the lis- experienced
men to absent  themselves from
the fire hall long enough to familiarise themselves with the ix>-
siiinn and working of ihe various
hydrants.    Dozens of other details
could be, snd should Im- Improved
to the highest pitch of efficiency
in a w.mkIih ciiy with a congested business district liki Prince
Rupert. It is ,i matter not merely
for lire chief and assistant fin-
chief. So far, all the city council
has done for the department is
to reduce the- wages of ihe call
men and freeze out the supply
There is lalk of plans for a n. w
fire hall on a selected site ai the
top of Fulton street slope at Fifth
BVenue, Fire Chief Mclnnis siy-
the plans iire ready and waiting.
But a new fire hall without  men
won't do.   Thc sooner Aldermsn
Clayton finishes his political business down below and gets busy
with  his  municipal   work  on   his
own  fin- department  committee
McKENZlE AND MANN
BEHIND NEW ENTERPRISE
Foundations Laid of a New Cold Storage Plant at
Claxton- Messrs. Wallace Bros. Building Plant for
Owners���Capacity to Meet Immensely Increased Demand for Fish Through Reciprocity
With the foundations practically
complete, work on the erection
of the superstructure of a new-
cold storage plant at Claxton, at
thc mouth of the Skeena. River,
will commence in a few Week-.
When the plant is equipped with
all modern machinery a sum of
nearly  a  quarter  of  a  million
dollars will be s|icnt and everything will be* in readiness for
business in the new plant in a few
months.
Mackenzie X Mann in on It
The new enterprise will bt- built
by Wallace ard Company, owners
and operators of the Claxton f nine ry and present cold storage
plant there, and incidentally owners and o-H-ralors of several other
canneries along ihe coast. The
biggest moguls of tlu* bunch arc,
it is si'id, Mackenzie & Mann of
the Canadian  Northern  Railwv-,.
who are just completil g a big new-
cold storage plant at Alberri, B. C,
a-d figure on unloading the bulk
of iheir products from thesi plants
i'i   the   markets  of   the   Southern
States.
If the reciprocity pr.ct i- finally
ratified it will mean ilu* opening
up of ;* w ide market eager for much
more fish from Briiish Columbia
than heretofore; so say the men
in the hsh business.
World Wants Fish
Ai ihe n.w plain in Claxton
all kinds of fish will be frozen,
ju-i as is now being done at the
plant in��w  in operation there*.
Tlu demand for frozen lish is
increasing everywhere and as the
supply in .In* maters along ihis
coasl is practically illimitable, the
out pin must be increased argue
tin- headmen of Wallace antl Corn-
pan; .
EDITOR  WILL SPEAK
J. S. Cowper Will Address Victoria   Liberals
To attend the* Libefal Convention of this constituency at Nanaimo tomorrow and also to spiak
three times in the Opera House
at Victoria next week on reciprocity at the* invitation of the
Victoria Liln-ral Association, arc
the- chief objects of the visit of
Mr. J. S. Cowpcr, editor of the
Daily News to the south. He lift
this morning on the* S.S. Prince
Rupert.
His ability ns a public s|>eaker
is well known here and it is certain
that he will convince his hearers
on the momentous issue of reciprocity.
Judge Lampman returned to the
south this morning.   He presided
at ihe silling of lhe County Court
lure, which concluded yesterday.
EDITOR NEWTON
TURNED DOWN
Did not Get Conservative Nomination    S.   F.   Clements   of
Vancouver   Got   It   South
Against North.
N.������. inio, Aug. is. II. F. Clements <>f Vancouver( wa- nominated lure yesterday at the Conservative Cm-venlion a- the candidate for Comox-Atlin in tin Federal
election. S. M. Newion of Prince
Kupert, the chosen candidate from
the north, was defeated, owing,
it is miid, to the- delegates from
the south being Opposed lo the-
wishes of the delegates from the
norlh.     Three  ballots were  taken
and resulted as follows: First���
Clements20, Newton lit, Bates 12.
Second   Clements '.'I. Newion id,
Bale- II. Bale- wa- dropped on
lhe ihird ballot, the resull of which
was; Clements 32, Newton 10.
Several districts wen* not represented.
GEORGE MACDONALD DIED
IN WATER AT GOOSE BAY
Left Quite Well in Boat by Party of Friends   Heard to
Call  Feebly  for  Help and Discovered Apparently
Drowned- Doctor Says "Heart  Failure"
meagre   share   of   ofT-duty   spells | the lietter for Prince Rupert.
KniftSi-a  titixitititixitiri ti ti xi ti $ o $ $ tii O **> A tfe $ tfe ft 4  i* si * <> <i * OO
PRESIDENT TAFT VETOES WOOL TARIFF BILL
(Canadian Press De-patch)
Washington, August 18. President Tuft's attitude to the Wool Tariff Bill is announced today as an emphatic veto. Those interested in the passing through of the
Bill, are, however, assured by Senator Underwood that the Bill will be presented for
certain tomorrow for passing over the veto, and Senator Underwood has no doubt
whatever but that it will carry with the necessary two thirds majority.
Georgi   Macdonald,  dry   gonil-
merchant of Stewart, and previously of Prince Riijhti. lies dead
today al Hayner's Morgue. Hi-
body wa- brought in from Geiose
Bsy when- his death occurred
yesterday undi r circumstances look
ing al first like drowning. Medical
opinion, however, aseribt - llu* (hath to heart failure.   Deceased died
in the- Wilier, alone. His body
was rescued ipiiekly iis possible
and restoratives tried, but without vssil.
With Boating Party
In a row ImuiI with a small
party of friends C.c.ugc Macdonald was making a pleasure or
fishing trip in GoOte Bay. The
party  landed   al   a  point   on   the
beach and all went ashore except
nip   >>r during ii.    Seized with
heart   failure   he   fell   inn.   the
water and had not a chance of life.
Heard Feeble Cry
Members of the party ashore
ll. ard .' feeble call from Macdonald,
ard   hurrying   back   to   the   Ix.at
found  that  he had disappeared.
A rapid search about the boal
Showed    hi-   body   in    lhe   Water.
Instantly efforts were made to
bring him io ihe surface, and no
time WSS lost in applying rcsii ���
dtation. After this had failed
ill. local doctor was called ill, and
he declared lhc de.'ili due to heart
failure, Deceased wss sbout thirty
live years of age. The funeral
will be held tomorrow morning
al   ten   o'clock   from   the   Roman
Catholli Church to Garden island.
deceased  wh<>  remained  behind]
at lending to the boat,   While the Enjoyed His Breakfast
rest ..( ihe party wen away Mac-1   If you haven't  time or don't
donald's  death   occurred   myster-1 can*   alw.ut   looking   this weather
lously.   The probability is that he I you can get cold boiled ham, the
had over exeried himself somehow I Cudh.iy brand, at  the Ideal Pro-
xstQxbiiaxirifixitixixitititixirixixse & a a o 0 o �� & a �� n �� a �� & a �� a �� a $ a -vilor other before going on the- boat | vision House, phone 100. MMMM
THE DAILY NEWS
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The Leading Newspaper and lhe Largest Circulation in Northern B. C.
Published by the Prince Ruperl Publishing Company, Limited
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HEAD OFFICE
Daily News Building, Third Ave., Prince Rupert, B. C.    Telephone 98.
BRANCH OFFICES AND AGENCIES
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Seattle -Paget Sound News Co.
LONDON, England-The Clougher Syndicate, Grand Trunk Building, Trafalgar
Square.
ANOTHER NEW
GROCERY STORE
Mr. J. C. Shirley to Start Business on Sixth Avenue and
Bowser. In Line with Gradual Trend of Trade Northeastwards.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Daily Edition.
Friday, Aug. 18
TWO PICTURES-WHAT  IS AND WHAT WILL BE
In
the columns of
appears the
is opposing
a Prince Rupert newspaper which
reciprocity appears tne following despatch:
Victoria, Aug. 17. Wholesale violation of the international fisheries regulations on the west coast of
Vancouver island, near the Swiftsure bank, is alleged.
It is stated that 225 gasoline launches from various
American ports are engaged in purse seining, their
catches being collected by a brigantine, which carries a
cold storage plant.
The fish are then taken into American ports, including Seattle and Port Townsend, for distribution throughout the northwest.
That is a picture of what is.
Slow
Prince
toward
si reel.
ly   but   surely   business   in
Rupert is taking a trend
- the other side of Mcllride
The   latest   step  In   that
It is of no use to revile the fish-poachers of the United Slates.
The whole situation is the "income of the present tariff situation
which, forbid- the Canadian fishermen to carry Canadian lish into
any of the American Stales under a penalty of a cent a pound.
The people of lhe United Slii.es nuisl have fish. We have fish
swarming on our banks but are unable io find a market for them.
There is only one way by which the American people can defeat
the tariff against Canadian lish. They steal the- fish, and carry it
into Seattle on iheir own boats free of duty.
Under different circumstances we might do the same.
Under reciprocity all this will be changed.   The removal of the
cent a pound duty on fresh fish will open the markets of the United
direction is the new grocery store
io be established without delay
by J. C. Shirley >>n his property
on Sixth avenue and Bowser street.
Mr, Shirley is already well known
in the city having also a barber's
business in the business section.
His new store which will be in
every way an up lo date ��� r.l well
equipped one handling all tin* best
classes ol' goods, is lo be siiua.lcd
on an important strategic point
on. the northeasterly side of McBride street, viz., at the comer
which is passed several rim ss a
day by most of the numerous
residents in the school side oil
Section Six.
With Mr. A. Galland's hardware store which was amongst
the first retail business premises!
to locate towards this side of the
city, ihe new store will form a
business link in a sense, b. tween I
the present residential Sec,ion Six,
and the present business section.
These stores are pioneerii g the
way for a very thriving Mcllride
Street   district   some day   not   f:r
distant
Skoena Land District-District ,*l dust Rsnge -���
Take notico that 1, Alexander CUoher, "I l>>'"r-
horn, Manitoba, occupatiun fiiriii*'.'. "."'.'"',"
apply for permission to purchase IM lOUOWlllS
described landa: .
CoiiiinenciiiK at a post planted at IM souin
west corner of lot Hut's, district of Cast. Binge o.
�� luated about5 1-2mileBina aouth easterly ui-
reclion from Brcckonrldltc Landing, '."in***" (*���
C, nortii west corner; thence south 80 OJwjW.
thenco east 80 chaina. thene north 80 CM in*4
more or less to south eaat lornor ll' lol -" *'-���
thenre weat 10 chains more or has 10 seulli Well
corner of lot 8062,  thence nortii -'o cliaina moro
or leas to south oast curner ol lotw tli.'iu'*'
weat III chaina moro or leaa to point W Commence.
ment, containing 5.M) acres more ��� -. leaa.
ALEXANDER Cl.Al HKH
Donald Ditcher. Agsnt
Date June 2nd. lull
I'ub. Juno 24th. I'Jll
Skeena Land Dlstrlot-District ol Casalar
ako noliM that I,  Terry yucenan ol  I nnce
Kupert,  11. Oa, occupation pro*p>*ci��r, lp"j����,~
apply   lor   permission  to  purcbtw  IA* l^"-"*ln��
describe I lands; . ,
Commoncinn at a post plant.-I in the vicmit*.
ol Uooae Uay, about (hn-e-elghts ol a mil} a.iui.n
ol tho mouth ol the Uonanra I r*-*"'!-. �����'-��� bu'n8
on the easterly boundary ol TiiiiIht USUI **0>
���16281 or No. ���i.VJBO. thenoe south -1'J cha""3 **!",n'
thc easterly limit o( said Timber Umll No. ii'i-M
nr No. 36280 40 chains, thonoe i-a-i to the shore ol
liooso Uay, a distance ol 40 chaina more or less,
thenco northerly along lhe shore ol liouao na>
40 chains more or leak thonce oes-wly 4.' chains
moro or leas to point ol commcn-viii.'iit, containing
160 acres moi* or leas.	
Dated March 7, 1811. PERRY liUbtNAN
I'ub. April 7.
Skeona Und Diatrict���DUtrict ol Cassiar        I
Tako notice lhat 1, James Millar Johnston ol I
Stewart, U. 0��� occupation storokrep.r, intend le.
apply  lor permiaaion  to  purchase the  following
described Landa: ..
Commencing al a post planted aliout ono mile
north (rom tho Naaa river and alii.ul nine miles,
above lho lorka of the Naas river, tnence north so :
chaina, thonco weal 80 chains, thence soulh BO i
chains, thonco cast 80 chains to point ol commence-
ment, containing 640 acres more or l.-aa.
JAMES MILLAK JllllNsTON
Daled March 24, 1911.  Flunk Si Iney Wlight. Agt
I'ub. May 17
Skeena Land District���Dislrict ot Coast
Take ooiioe mat trod W. Bohlel ol Kiuum-
kaluni, occupation larmer, Intents to apply  lor
nerniiasion  lo   purchaao  tho  looming  described I
, iands: . ,    I
Commencing at a Dost plant.-1 at ll" north-
! east corner ol     A. McLooJ's pr.-.* option, thence ,
! 20 chains aoulh, thonce 10 chsin, east, ihence 20 j
chains north, thence  10 chains wost to posl ol
commencement containing 20 acr.-, more or lias*      I
I Dated April 10,1911. ElUEDRl'H W. UOIILk.ll
I'ub. AprU 22. Kred Hampton, Agent
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skiama Land District-District ot Coast Rango V
Take notice lhat I, lieorgo Klino ol   lownor,
North Dakota, US. A., farmer, intend to apply
for ,'ermtaion to purchaso the following described
'���"commencing at a post planted at the southwest corner of Lot 2*587, thonco oaat 80 chal.s
thenco south 40 cha ns, thonco west 40 c a ns
ihence south 40 chains, thenco wost 40 chaina,
llu-nce north 80 chains to point of commoncomonl
containing 480 acres moro or loss.
Hated July 15, 1911 OhO U.t MMh
I'ub. July 25. Frod t. Cowoll, Agont
Skoona Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Coast Itange V
Tako notico that I,  I'eter Larson ol lownor,
New
Knox
Hotel
BESNER &  BESNER,   PBOPRIWORB
""l?-*.    .��� �����    m*m*x,*mA    ..��    t h��   umt h-     I Mumi-namta. *M* BEDS   GOO   UP
Commencing ut a poat planted ut tho south-   .inpruvumi-nti).
Mri corner uf  Lot  17*11*, thonco Bouth 80 chalnn,  ���----.��������
lht-ncow"t 40 chains, thenco north 80 chains,   F,,,ST  AVENUE,   PRINCE  RUPERT
Ihenco eaat 40 chains to point of commoncomont
Dated July 15, 1911. 	
Pub July st, 1911.
I'KTtK LAKSEN
Frod t. Cowell, Agent
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol Coast Kango V
Tako notico that I, John tvenson ol I'rinco
Kupert, laborer, intond lo apply for pormission
to purchase the following doscrilied landa:
Commencing at a post plantod at tho south; ___^_
eaat corner ol Lot 4415, thonco north 80 chaina, ���
thenco oust  60 chaina, thenco south 80 chains,   g o   prince Rupert, S.S. PrlllCe George
-henco wost 60 chains to point of commencement      "*"*
Double Weekly Service
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SAVOY HOTEL
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I he only hotel i��� ���     '
with hot and cold �������*.
��In room,,   Bust tur.
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Vancouver, i:..
up.    Phone :,.'.    ; ,,
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Prudhomme & Fishe
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Dated July IS, 1911.
I'ub. July 25.
JOHN tVENSON
Fred E. Cowoll, Agont
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Caaslar   Land   DUtrict-Dislrict   of   Skeena
Take notice thai I, Lemuel Freer ol Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend lo apply lor permission
to purchaso tho lollowing desribtalr lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the shore
in a northerly direction Irom Port Nelson Cannery
marked I- K.'a S. E. Corner, ihenco 20 chains
north, thenco 20 chains west, thenco 20 chains
soulh to shore line, thence along the shore to
point ol commoncomont, containing 40 acres more
Dated June 10, UU LEMUEL FREER
Pub. July 8. J. M. CollUon. Agenl
Skeena Land DUtrict���Dislrict ol Caasiar
Take   nolice   tbat   I.   Thomas   McMeekin   ol
I'rince Rupert, II. C. occupation clerk, Intend to
apply  (or permiaaion  to purchase the  folluwing
described landa:
Commencing at a poat planled about two miles
snulh ol the (orka ol tho Whlta and Flal rivers,
thence nortb SO chains, thence eaat 80 chains,
thenco eouth 80 chains, thenco west 80 chains.
Dated AprU 18, 1911. THOMAS Mc.MEEKIN
I'ub. Mav 12. Frar.cu S. Proston. Agenl
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol Coast Range \
Tako notico that I, Poter Erickaon of Prince
Rupert,  laborer, intend to apply lor permlsaion
to purchaso the lollowing doscribod landa:
Commencing at a post planled on tho north
bonk ol Williams Creek whore the railway right-
of-way crosses and 3 chains back from the creek
bank, thonce south 30 chains, thenco east 40 {
chaina, thenco north 30 chaina, thenco wost 40
chains to point of commencement. M 1
Dated July 7, 1911. PETER ERICKSON
I'ub. July 25. Frod E. Cowell, Agenl
Skeona Land DUtrlct���DUtrict ol Coast Rango V
Take notice that I, Benjamin A. FUh of Towner,
N. IL, occupation merchant, Intend to apply
(or permiasion to purchaso the following doscrilied
lands:
Commencing at a post plantod on tho cost
boundary and about hvo chains from tho south-
oast corner of Lot 4184, thonce north 60 chains,
thenco oast 30 chains, thonce south 60 chaina,
Ihenco west 30 chaina to point ol commencement.
Dated June 24, 1911. UENJAM1N A. FISH
Pub. July 25. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
Skeona Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Coast Itange V
Tako notice that I, Adolph II. ChrUtianson ol
Towner,    North   Dakota,   occupation   atlorney-
at-law, intond to apply tor permission to purchase ,
tho following doscribod lands:
Commencing at a post planted about one and
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
-Seattle
Mondays and Fridays, 8 a.m.
Windsor Hotel
FIRST AVENUE AT HQHTH STRBR
Newly Furnished and
Steam Heated Rooms
A  FIR.ST   CLASS  BAB   AND   LINING
ROOM IN I'liNM CJI0N
RATES EO CENTS AMI UP
BATHS   FREE  Til  QUEST!
ROBT. ASHLAND
PjO. boi 3;
For Stewart, Thursdays nnil Sundays
nt8H.ni. Special faro nn Sunday
boat, $lJ.50 return Including meals
uiul berth.
at. Prince John sails for Port Simpson, Naas River, Mnsset, Naden
Harbor, Wednesdays, 1.00 p.m.
anil fir:
Queen Charlotte Island   points,   Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service lo Copper River
one-half miloa" (1 Mff northeast of tho head of I jjj^^ ,     ���      fr()m J*ri���ee Rupert Wed
Trout  River on lho west side ol  I.-.ik.-l... Lake,    i...-.*-.. ."������ .���_j���.,���     1    ��� ���
and about  5 chains irom tho lakc-Iront, thonce       nesda.VS and haturtlll) 8,    1   p.m.,   re-
south so chains, thenco west 80 chains, thonco      turning    Thursdays    and    Sundays
north 80 chains, thonce east 80 chains to point i     e on ��� m
ol commoncomont. i     ''������*���" I'*1"-
ADOLPH H. CIIRISTIANSON T..   r.*��J Tn.nl> R.ilw.v Sv.i-m
Dated Juno 30, 1911. Fred t. Cowell, Agont       ~h* pTmd. J***f* KV       '.?'��*�����
Pub. July 25. ' connecting with trains from the Pacinc
Skeona Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol Coaat Range 6   coast operates a frequent and conven-
���'������-"        -' '"    ient service of luxurious trains over its
double track route between Chicago,
Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Halifax,
Portland, Boston. New York and Philadelphia. Atlantic Steamship bookings
arranged via all lines. Full informa-
tickets    obtained   from   the
Skoena Land DUtrlct���DUtrict of Coast Range V
Take notice that Josae M. Tall-nan ul lodar
Rapida, lowa, occupation lawyer, intends to
apply lor permlsaion tu purchaso the following
deacribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the southerly j
shorejol   Kutiymateen  Inlet on the  right   bank l    ski-ona Und DUtrict���District ol Cout Range 5
*a. ������        ., , �� ,.        ,.  , ot * small st ream Mowing into said Inlet juat east ,     -ruL..   nntlra.   that   Suruh   I      Vlton   of   Prince
M.ltes III honest ( .lIl.Kll.lP tlsll, hunt stlv C.ltlijll  llV I .111.'ill.'II fishermen | ot Crow Uke.    Thence south 20 chains.  Ihenc.-   K ' ,,���    occ'ipalion   nurse   intend, lo apply  lor
west 20 chains more or Ins to the shore line of   1M,,'���j���'i0���  to  i.urchaao  the following  doscribod
mi mir own batiks. Those two liiinelr-.il anel twenty-five American
gasoline craft which the uuti reciprocity organ tells of, will be replaced
by two hundred and twenty-five Canadian gasoline craft. Tin- money
received from the silt- of their catches will go to increase the wealth
of the British Columbian perople.
Yesterday in the series of progress stories of the district which
arc appearing exclusively in the Daily News, we told of the organisation
of a 1200,000 company to erut ar other cold storage pli-ni in I'rince u��noa east so chat
r,                     ,,,                                 .                       ,,r,a              a            r   \ s       I   , tbenc* weet 80 cha I
Kupirt.    On the previous day we told of lhe intention of Mr. John DaudApr i.... i-.ii
Moore and his associates u> erect ;- large paper mill in the vicinity of
Prince  Rupert   if reciprocity is adopted  by  the  people of Canada at SI"**" Land District-District ot Coast Range 5
,       ,       ,                               .           ' Tak*  nolo,   thai   I,   Martha   Le��k, ol   Fnnce
llll*  forthcoming election. Rupert, B. C occupat on marr -d woman Ijien .
.,.,,,                 , to apply lor permiaaloo lo purchase th* lollowing
I hese iire indications of ilu i ra of progress and development which deecribed lends:
a^ ,          .a                                      .          a Commencini at a post planted at* ��ut three and
Crow  Uke,  thence  northerly  and  easterly
lowlni the ahore lines ol Crow Uke, the Inlet
lo Crow  Uke and  Kutleymateen  Inlet   to  the
place ol commencement,  containing  forty  acres
more or leas.   t,ocau>d August 7. 1911.
Daled Aug  9, 1911. JESSE M. TA I.I.MAN
Pub. Aug. 12.
Skeena Und DUUict��� District ot Casslar
Take nolle* lhat I, John Robert Pacoy ol Prino*
Rupert, B. C, occupation cook. Inlend tn apply
for permieion lo purchase the following deacribed
Commencing at a post planled (2) two miles
eouth and   2) two mllee west of the forks ol the
White and Flal rivers, thence aouth su chains
thence norlh  80 chains,
thenc* weet 80 cha ne.
JOHN ROBERT PACEY
Pub. Mas- 13. Franc s S. Preston,
. 'j'   permisaiun  to  purch
ianda:
Commencing at a post planted at the North-
woet corner 140 chains easterly (slightly northi
from tho northeast corner of Lot 1116 (Harvey
Survey! Coaat DUlrict. Range V, ihence 80 chains
east, ihence 80'chaini south, thence 40 chains
wost, thence 40 chaina north, thence 40 chains
wost, thenco 40 chains north lo post of com-
mencement containing 480 acrea more or lesa.
Dated June 14, 1911. SARAH E. ALTON
Pub. July 15. Fred Uohler, Agent
Skeona Und Diatrict���District ol Coaat Range
Take nolice that I, J. Harold McKean of Princ
Rupert. II. C, occupat on blacksm lh. inlend to
apply  lor perm aelon  to  purchase tbe  (ollowing
deacr bed landa:
Commencing at a post planled about three and
Q I one-hall mile* d etant in a south westerly direcUor.
: Irom a blind slough from observatory Inlet where
the eame touches lhe Ind an Reaerve, thence weal
80 chains, thence south 80 cha ns, thenc* eaat 80
chaina, thence north 80 cha ns to po nl ol com
mencement, containing 640 acre* more or leas.
Dated Apr I 14. 1911.       J. HAROLD McKEAN
the
tits Prince Rupert under reciprocity
In tin. News today is another exclusive news story
new quarter million cold storage plant to Ik* built at Claxton.
one-hall mllee diatant in a eoulh*.*:. -1>
Irom a blind elough from Obeervatory Ii
dlreclion
nlet where
illg .��� I,. * l'    Um eame touches tbe Ind an Reecrve. ihene.-east
80 chains, thenca eoulh 80 chs ns, thenoe west 6
cbeins, tbence nortb SO cha na to point ol com
mencement, eonla n ng 640 acraa more or loss.
News reporter who visited  Claxton  was informed  thai   the object   Dated Apr ih. mi. maktha leek
���* M   Mm IS.
of ihis plan) is to ship fresh li-h in cold storage to the markets of the
Southern States, in similar f.'-hion lo the present cold storage plant
;tt Claxton which i*> shipping to ihe Briiish market
There i�� no tax .'g.'.inM lish in Great Britain. There will be none
in ihe United States when reciprocity i*. consummated. It is the
expectation thai Sir Wilfrid Laurier will sweep the country from the
Atlantic to the Pacific that has resulted in Mackenzie and Mann
deciding t<< erect the new cold storage plain at Claxton.
Skeena Und District���DUtrict of Caasiar
I     Take  notice  thai   1,   Charles   M.   Knouee  o,
I Prince Rupert, II. C, occupation farmer, intend
to apply lor permission lo jiurchase the folluwing
descrili.il lands:
I    Commencing at a post planted about Cl) three
miles soulh and (2) two mllee weat of tho (orka o(
White river and Flat ri.er, thence south 80 chains,
tbence weet 80 chain,, tbence nortb 80 cbaina,
thence eaal 8U chains.
Dated April 20, 1911.     CHARLES M. KNOUSE
Pub. May 13. FrancU S. Prealon, Agent
Pub. Mav 13.
Skeena Und DUtrict���DUlrict ol . oaat Range
Take notioe Ibet Mary Beaton i.ild*rak-*v* ot
Victoria, B. C. occupation housekeeper, Intend,
to apply tor permiaelon lo purchaso the loiluwing
deacribed landa:
Commendog ot a poet planled at the southwest   couver.   w    -   .   .��.,,.,.   .....   ......
corner ol Ul 996. Range 5, Coaat Diatrlct.thpnc* intenda to apply for permUsion to purch;
SO ehalna south tbence 40 chains east, thenc* 80
chains nortb, thenc* 40 chains west to point ul
ommonosment. containing 32U acrea more or leas.
MARY BEATON lill.DERSLEEYK
Dated April 17, ISII.
Pub. May ��.
of
Reciprocity will mean development and prosperity for the whole
Briii-h Columbia.
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We will be pleased to answer any inquiries ret-anllng investments in Prince Rupert
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MII.NER A BOWNESS
PROPS.
Skeena Und District-District of Coast Rantre
i ...iat District
Take notice that Wm. Leslie of Sappertun. B.C.
occupation Government (Juard. Intends lu apply
fur permieelun to purchase the folluwinar descrilied lands:
Ca-ammencln-r at a post planted 4i> ehalna weat
and 13 chains suuth of the aouthweat corner of lot
No 17.U, ranae o cuaatdialrict.markod Wm.Leslie,
N.W. comer, thence eoulh 4ii cbains. thence east
x*x chains, thence nurth 40 chains, thence weal so
chains to post of commencement, containing 82u
acrei mure or l.-aa.
WM. LESLIE
T. D. Ulnl, Agent
D��t.-I Ma - i. : th. 1911
I'ub. April 29th. 1911
Skeana Und Dlalrlct���Dutrict ol Caaalar
Take notioa that I, Allred llerryman Williams
ol  Prince  Runert,   li.  C, occupatiun  merchant
Intend to apply (or permission tu purchaee the
following described lands:
Commsnclng at a post planted about (21 two
1 mllea south ol the lorks of the While and  Flat
rivera, thenc* 80 chaina south, thence 80 chains
' weet, thence 80 chaina north, thence 80 chains
eaat.
ALFRED BERRYMAN WILLIAMS
Dated April 18, 1911. Francis S. I'reelon, Agent
Pub. May I J.
Skeena Land District - District uf Casslar
Take notire that I, Thomas Carter, of Prince
Rupert, occupation carpenter. Intend to apply
for permission lo purchase the fulluwlns descril*-
ed land.
Commencing al a pust i-l.mi.--l alamt one mile
south from the mouth of Falls creek and aliout
Usi feet back from the la'iirh, Ihence MO chains
north, thence 40 chaina west, thence su chnins
south, thence cast 40 chnins lo point uf eommencement, containing '120 acres more or les...
THOMAS CARTER.
Dated July 7th. lull.     Charles Webster Calhoun,
I'ub. Aug. 6th. Agent.
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Caaalar
Tako notice that I, Charles L. Delgrove of Stewart B. C, occupation prospector, intend to apply
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50c PER MONTH
.- r,..",.i l.��t.-l District���District or Cout Kansc ���
Tske notice thai Alexander .Mclntoih o( Van
B    C,   occupation   real   estate   broker
the
following deecribeel lands:
Commencing at a post planted 40 chains south
(rom the soutnwest corner of Lot :���'������'���<, thenco UU
chaina aouth, thunce 40 chains west, thenoe HO
chains north, thence 40 chains east to point of
commencement cnnuinlng 320 acres more or 1l*si.
Dated AprU 17, lull.
ALEXANDER MclNTOSlI
Pub. May 6
Skeona Land District���DUtrict <.f Casalar
Take nutice that 1, lirenton Jordon Moore ol
I'rlnce Hupert, li. C, occupation contractor, intend
to apply lor permlsaion lo purchase the following
dMcribed landa:
Commencing at a post planted about -i) tlim
tn iii* -.".ih anel (2) two miles wut uf the forks
of White and Hat rlvorr, Ihence bO chains south
thence h0 chains west, thence mi chains north,
thenco *��������� chains eaat.
KKKSTON JOIIDUN MiMlKI.
Dated April 20, r��i l. Francis S. Preaton, Agent
i'ub. Msy 13.
Skeena Land District���District of Casalar
Take mil ice that 1, Sydney KltzgetraM of Stewart,
II. C, occupation cook, Inlend to apply for permission lo purchase the following described lands
Commencing at a post planted about I've mile
south snd one mile of the forks of While
and Flat rivera, thence south HO chains, thence
west -���> chains, thenco north HO chaina, thence
east HO chains.
Daled April IH, I'Jll. SYDNEY FITZGERALD
Fub. May 13. Francis S. I'reaton, Agent
Skeena Land District���District of Coast Range o
Taku notice that I, Lionel Kingsloy of Vancouver,  11. C, occupation  miner,  intend   lo  apply
for jNirtnission to purchase the following doacribed
Commoncing at a post planted noar tho aouthwest corner uf Lot '.-.'-*, Range 5, Coast District
thence west 40 chuins, thence aouth 60 chains,
thence east 10 chains, thenoe north 00 chains lo
LIONEL KtNOBLBY
point of co in men cement.
Dat-ed March 21, 1911.
Pub. Ai.ril 22.
for permission lo purchase tlu following described j chains, thenco east 40 e    Ins.
anda: Dated March 17, mil.
Commencing at a post pUnted about six miles
south and one mile west of the forks of lhe While
and Flat riven, thence south HO chaina, thence
eaat HO chains, thence north HO chains, thence west
HO chaina.
Dated April 20, LIU.     CHARLES DELGROVE
Pub. Mav 13. FrancU S. Preston, Agent
Sk-MDI LftOd District.
District of Coast, EUngfl 5.
Tako notice that Wm. Francis Nicholson, of Prince Kupert, B.C., occupation
locomotive fireman, intend to apply for
permission in purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
nortii bank of the Sm*0��g0t*!tl river,
about two miles up stream in a westerly direction from the junction of thc
Httlu /.im-o-Rot-iu river and thr -
Skeena Und District���DUtrlct of Queen Charlotte
Islands
Take notice that J. II. Murphy.of Vancouver,
li. C, occupatiun commercial traveller, Intends
to apply for permission to purcbaae the foUowing
descrl.HKl landa:
Commencing at a poat planted about seven
mllea weet nnd one milo south from the moutb
of Stanly Creek, Naden Harbor, thencu north HO
chains, thonoe weat 40 cbains, thence aouth  80
J. II. MURPHY
Numa Demon, Agent
Take notice that Henry Macartney of i'rince
Rupert, Ll. C , occupaUon mintr, Intends to aoply
for purmtation to purchase tbe following described
Unds:
Commencing at a post planted on tbe aoutb
aide of Eachumslks River, about 2 1-2 mUes from
its coniluence with the Skeena River and about
1-2 milea wost (rom Ezchutnsika rapids, thence 80
chains north, tbence 40 chaina cast, thence 80
chaina south, tbence 40 cbaina weet to point o
commencement, containing 320 ucroa mure or
luaa. Post marked "11.M. S.W. cor."
Dated AprU 22, 1911. HENRY MACARTNEY
Pub. Apnl 29.
kcena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Coast Range 5
Take   nolice   that   Stanley   Green   of   Prince
Rupert, H. C, occupation miner, intends to apply
for iiermisaion to purchase the following described
land:
Commencing at a post planted 40 chains south
and 40 chains west of the northwest curner of
Lot 1733, Lakelse Valley, DUtrict of Coast Runge
5, ihence west 40 chains, thencu south 80 chains,
thence eaat 40 chains, tnence north 80 chaina to
point of commencement.
Staked Juno 30th, 1911 STANLEY GREEN
Pub. July 15. Locator
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of CassUr
Take notioe that I, Jamea Webster EspUn of
Stewart, B.C., occupation    auctioneer, Intond to
apply for permUsion to   purchase   the   folluwing
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the right
bank of the Naaa river about nine miles above
tbe forks of tho Naas river, thenco south 80 chains,
ihence west 80 cbains, thence north 80 chaina,
thence east 80 chains to point of commencement,
containing G40 acrea mora or Uss.
JAMES WEBSTER ESPLIN
Dated March 24, 1911. Frank Sidney Wrighl, Agt
Pub. May 17.
Skeena Land District���DUtriet of Coast Range 5
Take notce that Linford So veil li.il of Prince
Rupert, H. C. oixupation locomotivo onginevr,
intends to apply for permiasion to purchase the
following deecribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted on tho north
bank of tho Zlmogotltx Rivur about three (3)
miles dUtant (upstream) in a westerly direction
* from the junction of thc Little Zimogotitz River
and the main Zimogotitz River, thence north 4U
chaina, thenco west 40 chains, ihence south it*
chains, thence east 40 chains to post of commencement containing 100 acres moru or lera.
Dated June 7, 1911. LINFORD SEWALL UELL
I'ub. July 8. Geo. R. Putnam, Agent
Stikine Land DUUict���DUUict of Caaaiar
Take notice tbat ChrUtian A. Tervo of Slikine,
O. C, occ-ioation cusloma ofllcer, inten-dz to aoply
for permUalon to purcbaae the following described
land:
Commencing at a post planted about three-
quartera of a mile north eaat from Glacier RilTle
and on tbe east bank of Stikine River and on the
���outh aide of the mouth of a Uttlo creek, thence
eaat 40 chains, thence north 40 chains, tbence
west 40 chaina, thonce aouth 40 chains to point
of commencement and containing 160 acres more
Dated Feb. 10. 1911.     CHRISTIAN A. TERVO
Pub. AprU 7.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Coaat Rango 6
Take notice that I, Lauchlan John Sbanahan of
Victoria, 11. C, occupation teacher, Intend to
apply for purmUalon to purcbaae the folluwing
deacribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted 65 chains aouth
(rom the eoutnoaat corner of Lot 3060, thence 40
chaina south, thence 40 chains west, thenco 40
chains north, thonco 40 chaina eaat to point of
commencement, containing 100 acrea more or leaa<
LAUCHLAN JOHN SHANAHAN
Dated AprU 17, 1911.
Pub. May 6.
Skoena Und DUtrlct���DUtrlct of Caaaiar
Take notioe that I, John L. Mitchell of Prlnco
Rupert, H. C, occupation bookkeeper. Intend to
apply  for  permission to  purchaae  lho  folluwing
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about (6) five
miles aouth and (1) one mile west of tbe forka of
the White and Flat riven, thence north 80 chains
thence east HO chaina, thence aouth 80 chains,
thenco west 80 chains.
Dated AprU 18,1911.        JOHN L. MITCHELL
Pub. May 13 Francis S. Preaton, Agent
Skeena Land District-District of Coast Riim-c &
Tuko neitfco that Percy M. Miller of Prince Ru-
��� pert, B.C., occupatiun Civil Engineer, Intends to
I upply for pcrmUsiun to purchase the following
I described lands-
Commenclntr ut a post planted on the teft tank
of McNeil River at north west corner of lot 44011
i R. V., thence enst 20 chains more or less to westerly boundary of timber limit 545 (old number
40016) thence northerly following said westerly
boundary of timber limit 60 chains more or less
to north west corner of said timtar limit, thence
westerly 20 chains more or less to left tank eif
McNeil River, thenco southerly fulluwfmr said
left bank of McNeil River 00 chains meire or less
to point of commencement, containing 100 acres
more or less.
PERCY M. MILLER,
E, Flexman, Agent
Date June 19.1911
Pub. July 19,1911
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I'ub. April 22.
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iim.. occupation bookk'-upor, intends to apply
'or pprmlaslon to purchaso the lollnwini- deacrltwtl
anda:
.'niiiini'iirlnn at a post planted about aeven
miles aiat and two miles soulb ol tho mouth nl
Slanloy Creek where it empties Into Naden
Harbor, liraham Island, thence HO chaina south,
thenco HO ctiains eaat, tbence HO ohalna north,
thence 80 chaina weat to point of commencement
and contanlnf 640 acros moro or leas.
Dated March 17, 1811. FRANK LEVICK
I'ub. April 7. Numa Demers, Agen
Coast Lund District   District of Skeena
Take notice that I, Paul Hrendler, of
Porcher Islutid,   occupation farmer, intend to  upply for  permission to  lease
/im ���3  I?   ��� , ""'.    , S,"n  ,lu' f<,ll��wing foraahorai   Commencing
K-rTm^Mili ,nV,'*r' '"" .������",r.-'���-��� Wm- ��t B poat planted about 12 feet from the
Sf2?n.vSffi��iR5 !. H(',���H,-,,,"���l corm!r' I OCatlon poat Of lot 1801 on Porcher Is-
eh!V      ,1th 4" <'h"."1"' t,!,,"cu ***��*>** land, thence   In  a  southerly  direction
��*M��Sl��ffi   ''"V"  ,',?"t   tlu,ncp we-,t to ,ow w��,���<"��� "SMlei thence
-Iver to post of commencement
I mining 1(10 acres more or less.
Wm. Francis NIOBOLaOM,
Dated July wfmr PutmBn' BRent-
1200 fuot; thencu uast to point of commencement.
PAUL HRENDLER
Dated March 7, 1911.
FirBt Insertion March 11
IN THE SUPREME COUIIT OF BRITISH
COLUMBIA.
Between John Young Rochester, plaintiff
anel
Tom G. Sutton, defendant.
Before hln Honor Judge Young In chambcra,
Friday tho 28th day of July. 1911.
Upon the application ejf the plaintiff, upon hearing rend the lUlidnvIt of Chnrlen Vincent Bennett,
lilnl, und upon hearing wli.it wun alleged by C. V.
Bennett, counsel for the plaintiff.
1. It la ordorod that teervlce upon tho defendnnt
of thc writ of nummona and itntement of claim in
thin nctlon by publishing thia order, togother
with the notice hereon endorsed, eince a week for
four weeks, preceding the 1st day of September,
Hill, In the "Dally News," n newspaper published at Prinee Rupert, B.C., be deemed goeni and
sufficient service of i.uiil writ and statement of
clnlm.
2. And It In further ordered that the said de-
fenidant do enter an appenrance to the snld writ
e>f summons nnd lllo his statement of defence in
the i.Uii'i* of this Court nt Prince Rupert, B.C., on
or l>efe>ro the lfith day of Sepeember, 1911.
... And it is further ordered that the costs of
this applloation be costs In the cnuse.
P. McB. YOUNO, L.J.S.C.
[NOTICE,
This nctlon is brought to recover $1922.80, tho
amnuntdueon a promissory note made by the
defendant, dateel 20th December, 190(1, to tho order ���f thn plaintiff, pttyublo 24 months nftordale
with Interest at 6 por cent, por annum.
P-Hnolpnl        11875,00
Interest  847.80
Total $1022.80
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.Ski-unu Lund district���DUtrlct of Quoen Charlotte
lalanda
Take notice that Goo. H, Laux of Prince Uuport,
U, 0��, occupation barber, intenda to upply (or
IhTmi-i'iiuu to purchaao the following deacribed
landa:
Commencing at a poat planted about seven
mill's wuat und one mile south from the mouth
. of Stanly Creek, Naden Harbor, thonce aouth BO
I chuina, thonco weat 40 chaina, thonce north 80
I chaina, thunce euat -10 chaina.
| Dated March 17, lyil. GEO. II. LAUX
j Pub. Aurll 22. Numa Dinners, Agenl
|    Skeena Land Diatrict���Diatrict ot Caular
i Take notice that  I,  Mary Carln of  Stewart,
; H. C, occupation married woman. Intend to apply
i (or permltilou to purchaae the following described
j land;
Commencing at a poat plantod two (2) milea
aouth and (2) two mllee west of tho forks of the
Whlto and Flat rivera, tlience 80 chalm north,
1 thenco HO chains west, thenco 80 chains south.
thence 80 chaini eaat.
Dated April 20, 1911. MARY CA1UN
; Pub. May 13. Francis S. Preston, Agent
| Skeena Land District-District of Coast
| Tuko notice that 1, Mrs. John Corley of Prince
| Hupert. BiC, occupation married woman, intendB
, to upply for permiasion to purchuse tho following
I described lands:
! Commencing at a po&t planted 40 chains eaBt
tti.d 12U chaina south from the Huuthweat corner of
lot 1788, Coast Diatrict, Range 5, thence south 80
chains, thence cant 40 chuina. thence north 80
chains, thence west 40 chuins more or Icbb to thc
point of commencement, containing 320 ucreB
more or les?.
MRS. JOHN (Lottie) CORLEY
Date Mar. 20, lull
Pub. Apr. 4, 1011
Skeena Land Datrict��� District of Queon Charlotte
I     Take   nolice   thut   George   Frlsaell   of   Prince
; Rupert, U. C, occupation butcher, intends to apply
(or permission to purchase tbe following desenbed
lands:
Commencing at a post planted about seven
mUes weat and two miles south of the mouth of
Stanley Creek where it empties into Naden
Harbor, Graham Islund, thence 80 chains south,
thence 80 chains weat, thence 80 chains north,
thence 80 chans east to point of commencement
and containing 040 acrus moru orless.
Dated March 17, 1011 GUullGE FK1ZZELL
Pub. April 7. Numa Demera, Agent
Skeena Land District���District of Coast Range &
Take not ce that 1, Joe Jack of Priece lUpcrt,
B. C, occupatiun carpenter, intend to apply for
permission to purchase tbo following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted about three'.and
one-half miles -distant In a south westerly direction
(rom a blind alougb from Observatory Inlet where
I the same touches the Indian Reserve tbence east
! 80 chans. thenco **��ith mi chains, thence westBO
I chains, tbence south 80 chains to point of commencement, containing G40 acres more or less.
! Datod April 14, 1911. JOE JACK
Pub. May 13.
Skeena Land District���District of Coast Range 6
Tako notice that Lcttle McTavish ot Vancouver,
H. C, occupation married woman, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the following
described landa:
Commencing at a poat planted at tho north-
weat corner 100 chains east and 20 chains nortb
from the northeast corner of Lot 1116, llarvey'a
Survey, Coaat District,Rango 6, thence 20 chaina
louth, thence 80 chaina east, thence 80 chains
north, thence 40 chains west, tbence 60 chains
south, thence 40 chains west to post of commencement, containing 400 acres moro or less.
Dated May 2, 1911. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
Pub. May 6. Fred W. Uohler, Agent
Skeena Land District���District of Caasiar
Take notice tbat 1 Francis S. Preston of Prince
Rupert, U. C, occupation prospector, intend to
apply  for permission  to  purchase the  following
ieacribed landa:
Commencing at a post planted about three
miles south and two miles west of the forks ol
the White and Flat rivers, thence south 80 chaina
tbence eaat 80 chaina, tbence north 80 chains,
Ihence weat 80 chains.
Dated April 20, 1911. FRANCIS S. PRESTON
Pub A/ay 13
Skeena Land District���DUtrlct of Coaat Range 6
Take nolice tint I, Frank Hlcka of Port Es-
tlngton, occupation merchant, intend to apply
for permission, o purchaae tho following described
landa:
Commencing at a post planted on tho south
bank of the Eichumsiks River and about four
miles from Its conlluenco wiih the Skeena River,
Ihence 80 chaina west, thence 80 chaina north,
Ihence 80 chains east, thence south 80 chaina
lo point of commencement, contuining 640 acrea
more or leaa.
Dated April 21, 1911. FRANK  HICKS
Pub. April 29.
Skeona Land District���DUtrict of Quoon CharlotU
Islands
Take notice that Goorgo W. Arnott of Prlnco
Rupert, B. C, occupaUon real estate broker,
intenda to apply for permission to purchase the
(ollowing doscribod lands:
Commencing at a post planted about seven
milea and one-half mile west and one inde south
(rom the mouth of Stanly Creek, Naden Harbor,
Ihenco west 80 chains, thenoa south 80 chains,
thonce eaat 80 chains, thonco norlh 80 chains.
Dated March 17, 1911. GEO. W. ARNOTT
Pub. April 22. Numa Demon. Agent
Skeena Land District���DUtrlct of Cassiar
Take notice that I, Alice M. Knouae o( Prince
Rupert, 11. t'.. occupation married woman, Intend
to apply (or permiasion to purchaae the (ollowing
described landa:
Commencing at a post planted about two miles
south and two miles west of the forks of White
and Flat rivers, thence north 80 chains, thenco
east 80 chains, thence aouth 80 chains, thonce
west 80 chains.
Dated April 20, 1911. ALICE M. KNOUSE
Pub. May 13. Francis S. Preston, Agent
Skoena Land DUtrlct���DUUict of Coaat Range 6
Take notice that I, Clara May Little of Prince
Rupert, ii* C., occupation spinster. Intend to
apply for pTmliaton to purchaao the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post plantod at the north
wost corner of Lot 1736, Rangu 6, Coast District
thence east 40 chsina. thence north 25 chains
thenco woat 31 chain thonce north 20 chaina
thence weat 10 chains, thence south 46 chains to
point of commencement, containing 112 acres
moro or less.
Dated April 4, 1911. CLARA MAY LITTLE
Pub. April 16.
Coast Range 6 Land DUtrlct
Take  notice   that  I,  John   Hepburn   of   Kitsumkalum,  occupation  farmer,  Inlend  to  apply
for permission to purchase the followng described
lands:
Commencing at a posl planled al the norlheait
corner of Lot 3983, thence east 20 chaina, thenca
south 40 chaina,  thence  west 20  chaim,  thunco
north 40 chaina to place o'compiencement*
Uated Marcb 18, 1911. JOHN HEPBURN
Pub April 16.
Skeena Land DUtrlct���DUtrlct of Caaslar
Take   notioe   that   1,   Thomas   Macgovern   of
.Stewart, U. OL occupation mlnor.lntend to apply
for permlasion to purchase the (ollowing deecribed
lands: ..      ...
Commencing at a post planted on the right
bank of the Naas river about four miles above the
forks of the Naas river, thenoe south 80 chaina,
thence weat 80 chaina, thonce north 80 chains,
thenco east 80 chaina to point of commoneement,
containing 640 acrea more or loss.
THOMAS MACGOVERN
Dated March 25, 1911. Sidney Frank Wright, Agt
Pub. May 17.
Skeena Land District���DUtrlct of Casalar
Take notice tbat  I,  laaao O'lirlcn  Forbae
Prince Rupert, 11. C, occupation carpenter, inter.
lo apply for permission to purchase the followin*
described landa:
Commencing at a post planted about fiv mllese
south and one mile west of the forks of theWhlte
aud Fist rivera, thence north 80 chaina, thence
weat 80 chains, thence south 80 chaina, thence
eaat 80 chaina.
Dated April 18,1911. ISAAC O'BRIEN FORBES
Pub. May 18. FrancU S. Preston. Agent
Skeons Land DUtrlct���DUtrlct ot Coast Range 6
Take notice that I, Bell Hall Kenncy of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, occupation married woman,
intond to apply tor permlsaion to purchaae the
following described lsnda:
Commencing at a post planted at north oaat
corner of T. L Lot 38528, thenco running west 40
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence east 40
chains, thenco south 80 chains to place of commencement containing 320 acree more or less.
My poat U on south east corner of land applleel
(or, msrked loiters 8. E., shout one mile west nf
Lake Lakelse, south side of Skeena river Diatrict
llstiloplSraPmi. BELL HALL KENNEY
I'ub. May 18. J,,1,,i Haverty, Agent
Skeena Land DUtrlct���District of Coaat
Take nolice that William McTavUh of Vancouver   B  C. occupation physician, intenda to apply
for permlsaion to purchaae tho following descrbed
Commencing at a post planted at the southwoa
corner, 40 chaina north and 40 chains eaat of the
northoasl corner of Lot 1116. Harvey a Survoy,
Coast District, Rango 6, thence 60 chaina oaat
thence 60 chaina north, thence 00 chaina weat,
thence 60 chaina south to poat of commencement
containing 160 acres more or less. 	
I XlMSy i, 11)11. WILUAM A McTAVlSH
Tub. M��y l>. Kr8d w* Hol'l". "*mt
Skoona Lund District -District ol Coait lUnmi V
Tsko  notico   that   I,   Paul   llanon   ol   Prlnco
Rupert, laborer. Intend to api.ly lor pormlsslon
to purchase tho lollowlnu doscrllioil lands:
Commenclnit at a post planu-d on tho north
bank ol Williams Crook about 60 chains south-
oast Irom It. II., thonco south 40 chains, thonco
east 40 chains, thonco north 40 chains, thonco
west 40 chains to point ut commencement.
Dated July 7, Ml. PAUL 1IAOEN
Pub. July 20. Frod E. Cow-ill, Annul
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|      DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY  TO  THE INTERESTS  OF   WOMEN
This Is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by tbe editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
PLAIN AND STRIPED VOILE
Black and white striped voile
is tremendously popular, and when
used with a plain color is doubly
attractive. In thia instance the
plain voile was a lovley shade of
violet, and the buttons on either
side of the bodice black velvet.
Breakfast Popovera
For popovera at breakfast mix
1 cop of Hour, quarter of a teaspoonful of salt, three-quarters
of a cup of milk, and the yolk of 1
tgg. Add the milk gradually to
thc Hour, beating out the lumps
while ii is thick. Add half a tea-
spoonful of melted butter, and
the -siifll> beaten white of the egg.
Butnr gem tins of either tin or'
iron, have very hot, till about two-
thirds full and bake in ;��� hot oven.
What to Wear
Wiar an evening gown to an
"at-home" or any pretty house
dress wiih hue yoke. Wear a
long coal or ii short one, but
don't stay home because you
haven't an evci irg cloak. Everyone will r.ot be dancing. A pretty
color would be soft griy or some
pretty shade of champagne or
yellow, or else black. Have it
made with high waist line, narrow-
skirt,  surplice  waist,  and  sleeves
aboul the elbow.
Eacallopped Asparagus
Mix a tablespoonful of butter
and one of Hour, add a half-, upful
of cream, cook until the mixture
thickens. Beal six eggs, stir in,
but do not hi come lo a boil,
season with Mill and pepper. Butler a pudding dish, put first a
layer of the suice, then a layer of
cooked asparagus until the .lish
is nearly full. Cover the top with
frothed white of ihe egg, tiun with
grated cheese. Bake in a moderate
oven and serve hoi.
LOVELY WOMAN!
Rich Parisian Ladies Change
Dresses Ten Times in Twnety
Four Hours.
Cleaning Hats
To clean a black straw Inl, first
brush will, then give it a coat of
good shoe blacking, or else- get hat
dye or hill enamel at one of lining departmental!.    To clean a
while   felt   hat    there   is   nothing
better than Fuller's earth.   Rub
in well, leave a day, then brush
out thoroughly.
Social Note
Miss Eva Allen of the Jubilee
Hospital Victoria, is visiting the
Misses Plercy of this city.
When you answer those furnished
room ads consider nol. only rental*
cost, but what rental-cost buys
of comfort, conveniences and content.
"The women of Paris are dress
mad," declared Charles C. Kur-
mr.p, a New York milliner who has
just returned on the steamer Kaiser
Wilhclm II. "Among them is
greai competition as to who will
wear the newest gowns. Every
woman wants to be the first at
the races with a new gown. There
is great extravagance in Palis
among the dressy rich.
"Parisian women who consider
themselves smart, dress from eight
lo ten times during the twenty-
four hours. First, in the morning
they dress for riding in the Bois
de Boulogne; second, they dress
for breakfast; third, they dress
for shopping; fourth, they dress
for a walk in the Avenue des
Acacias; fifth, they dress for
luncheon, which ihey lake at the
Chateau Madrid; sixth, they dress
for the races; seventh, ihey dress
for tea ;u the Pre Catelaln; eighth,
they dre*ss for dinner at Armone-
ville; ninth, they dress for the
Yienn opera, or for ihe Enghicii
l.es Bains, a miniature Mimic
Carlo; tenth, they dress for supper, which fashionable Paris now
takes at the Cafe de Paris, and
eleventh, if you please, they change
for bed.
"The average cost of these
gowns is S250. Ten different
gowns would cost for one day
alone, $2,500.
"Now, figuring that seldom do
these women Wear the same gown
more than once a week, those in
the swim would have to have sixty
gowns.
"There is u craze for fringe on
everything- -dresses, hats, handbags, parasols and every article
a woman wears and carries. Paris
is fringe crazy."
Fashion Hint
Hard   tucked  blouses of sheer
linen   with  jabots  trimmed  with
Valenciennes laces arc much worn.
For Lovely Lashes
For the eyelashes, this is a good
topic: Cilycerine, 3-4 ounce, rose
water, 1 out'ce, tincture of can-
tharides, 1 drachm. Apply with
fine camel's hair brush to edges
of the eyelids, t.'king Care none
���sets into the eye.
TT
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TEMS  OF . .
SPORT
.. vaa>a *���*., *} ***, ,
The sixteen members <>! the
Wiiseda baseball dub have sailed
for Japan after completing a .our
of the'United Stiles.
IYJ      Pi]     tjj
Johnny Lush is some versatile
ball-tosser. He can pitch well
enough ... beat most Eastern
League teams any time, plays the
outfield nicely, and the plays he
made at first base on Saturd; y
were great. With the bat Johnny
is ii bear,
0     ri    xi
Because officers of the Brooklyn
National league baseball club gave
Pitcher Ragon permission to play
an exhibition game at Long Branch,
N. J., the club was fined 850 by
the National baseball commission
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second avi-iue and Third street
Over Weatenhaver Bros.' Office.
MUNRO  &   LAII.EY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second A-vanue,
SVUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:-  AUDITORS
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 851
ALFRED CARSS,
of British Columbia
and Manitoba liars.
c.
V. BENNETT, B.A.
of B.C., Onturio, Saskatchewan and Alberta Barb.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Office-Exchange block, corner Third avenut* and
Sixth street. I'rlnce Ruoert. 8
WM. S. HALL, L.D. S., D. D. S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operations skilfully treated.   Gits and
local anasthetics administered for the painless ex-
Alex.M.Manson B.A.,     W.I-: Williams.it.A.. I,.I..1)
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
p. o. BOX 2S
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
rum. or wu. roxoN. i sn . a.h.a.m.,*! on., ks.*.
traction of teeth.      Consultation free.
,., , , , .   ,       , . *        I HelKorson Bluck. Prince Ruoert.
lhe rule under which this action
was taken was made in the first
place tu the instance of President
EbbettS of Brooklyn himself.
tfi.   9   *g
Another round up of "white
hopes" is planned with a view to
picking a challenger of World
Champion Jack Johnson. The
National Sporting Club of America
hr.s issued an ii vita.ion to heavyweights.
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Managers of the different ball
clubs in the Northwestern League
are responsible in a large degree
for the aetiors of iheir players. If
the nilcs covered lhe case* the
managers would be finesd a well
as the players. When Cieorge
On struck Umpire Baumgarten,
that reflected on the ability of
Manager Tight* to control his men.
The Annll incident reflects, likewise, on Mike Lynch himself, who
was suspended early in the season
for an assault on Umpire Ward.
a s a
The Naps have recalled Hive
players "farmed" in the spring.
The players are: Ed. Hohnhorst,
with Toledo; Jack Adams, wiih
Memphis; Benjamin Dniioit, with
Offices:
11-12
PRINCE RUPERT
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE   AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Third Avenue also Water Street,
PRINCE RUPERT
MISS GRANT
Public Stenographer
Stenography and Typewriting promptly
attended to.
OFFICE���CONTINENTAL TRUST CO.
Phone 318.
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS *   SADDLERY  MANl'FACTt'RER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Killed.
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DHUGGIST
Phono No. 200 P. O. Box. 580
PRINCE RUPERT. B. C.
PIANOFORTE LESSONS
For Beginners and Advanced Pupils
SMITH & MALLETT
THIRD AVE.
PLUMBING.    HEATING   AND
STEAMFITTING
i;-t .i ;it< ��� <iiv
pboM I "4
fUpalr-s and
Je.bbfni Soli, itr.i
FREE
EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE      1     i
For all kinds of help, cooks,
waiters, disliwaslu-rs, hotel porters, all kinds of laborers or mechanics, call up
Phone No. 178
or call at the
Grand Hotel Free Employment Office
Headquarters for cooks & waiters
GO JOURNEYING
=EACT=
Round Trip Excursion
Ticketa   on   Sale   during
August
At Reduced Rates
Good for stop-overs on the
0R1ENTALL1MITED
Through to Chicago without
change. - The Finest Train. -
Through a glorious couhtry.���
Meals nnd api*ointmcnts unsurpassed.
Rogers Steamship
Miaa Vera Greenwood
Pupil ot l.a...* Wllrtek. Paris and IWrlln.
Omaha;   ard llinry Knaupp and 2nd Av��- betwsan 10th and lleh Sts
Dave Callahan, wiih New Orleans.
They will report at  the close of
lhe   seasons   of   their   respective
league i.
*   *   * English and American Billiards
A deal   has  l*c-en   put   through Twc,ve Tab,M Sec()ND Avb
whereby Pitcher Cy Pieh of the|	
Eskimos goes to Brandon in return
for Pitcher Hiinrichs.
*r    *    *,
It pays to have a star performer
on n baseball team. At St. Paul
n crowd of 10,000���largest of the
SeaSOT WM brought odt to the
park  by  the  nun ainccmeut   that
Marty OToole, ".|22,.r><)(r beauty,
would pitch.
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The leadership of the National
Ici-giit- has fallen into the hands
of Pittsburg.   This is lhe first lime
ihis season thai the world's champions of 1B10 have touched (he
top rung of ihe I'M i standing.
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There is a touch of pathos in
ilu* Story of the Cardinals' great
hunt   for   the   Nation. 11   League
pennant.     AH   over   the   circuit,
Roger's team i*�� the favorite next
(o (he home club, but the older
fans, singing the praise's of the
Climbers,   never   fail   io   remark:
"It's ino I>. d |n or Stanley Robiaon
in ver lived to see* them."
WUHX
KKHKKMXHHKis-ie-oenencie
FOR  RENT
Store Butl'ltnft nn Serond   Avenue  and
He-venth Street.   Low Rent.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
KHxnexmcxieaHKHHKxnieHXHXK
Room 28.  Alder Block Upstaira
=-=E.
EBY   CO,   Co.==
RFAL   ESTATE
KiUumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM ��� II. I*.
S. O. E. B. S.
Th* I'rln.*** Ilueert Ualir*. N.i SIH. S.,n* ol
Entrlan.1. meets th* first *n<! Ihlrd Tuesday* In
-*<-h month In the 8��n* ��f Knsrland Hall. 2nd Av*.
*. - p.m.
F. V. CLARK. **���*-..
P. O. Hns nil. Prlne* Hupert
KHNEST A. WOODS. President. Ho* tt
MISS ELSIE  FROUD
A.L.C.M.
Teacher of Piano, Violin and
Voice Cultura.
Between 71*4 Mh Sta.    Prince RuPerl
Pre-emptiona 4 Purchaaea
I.nrntpil in Lakelse and Nass
River Valleyi. Address "l,oca-
tora," Box No. 9H9.
F. W. HART
I'NIH IUAKKH A   I M MAI Ml K
���Torn . ..mi ? if rneiNK f.2
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS ani. KMI1ALMERS
I'uneral   Direelor*
Srd Ave. ne.r ��th SI Phone No. M
..Grand Hotel.
Worktngraan'a Home
Spring Beds, clean White Sheets 25c
Rooms 50c
BEST   IN   TOWN   FOR THK   MONEY
GEO. BRODERIUS. Pioptiator
Agency
Second Avenue, Head Centre St.
Tel. 116.
LINDSAY'S "s^a^
I.. T. P. Transfer  Agents
Orders promptl* filled.   Price* reavnnabta.
I OFFICE- H. B. Rochetter. Centra St.    Phon. ea
Hotel Central SHUff*'
> St��*l
Kumpean and Amerlran plan, .team
healed, modem convenience*. H��te��
li ������'... >''.. p.*. .i��v.       :       :
P.I*. Black
Proprietor
*--~"l>**1 THE   DAILY NEWS
LLOYD GEORGE APPEALS
TO COMMONS AND PRESS
British Government Facing Strained Strike Situation
���Feeling High in the House���Chancellor of
Exchequer Says Strikers Don't Understand Government's Attitude
London, Aug. 18. "I
have not given up hope
of arriving at some settlement of the difficulty satisfactory to all parties, and
I appeal to the press as
well as to the House of
Commons to support us.
I hope the men will realize
that it is intended to give
them fair play and not to
lure out of their hands
the great weapon of stinking.
With these words as the key
ote   of   Ilis   speech    Mr.    I.lov.
George last night addressed the
British House eloquently.
Ramsay Macdonald, labor leader, was prepared to move a vote
of censure against government
for its use of the military in
strikes and because of its general
attitude and feeling in lhe House-
ran high.
Mr. Lloyd George, however,
arose and intimated that the representatives of the unions had
failed to understand the government's otTtr to form a Royal
Commission which wuold report
what amendments were necessary
to the Agreement of 1907. between
the railway managers and the men.
LIVERPOOL IS
QUIET TODAY
Lull in Strike Hostilities Last
Night. Troopa Still Patrolling the Streets Men Smuggled into Light Plant.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Liverpool, Aug. IS.���Liverpool
was comparatively quiet tonight
folluwing several days ..f turmoil
and rioting growing out of the
strike of transportation workers
iuul allied unionists. Troops, however, continued to guard all the
public buildings anil patrol the
streets. The electric light company
Succeeded in keeping the city lighted by smuggling Into the power
station men lo replace the regular
men who quit  today.    Additional
power has been diverted to lighting streets and houses which for
the past couple of days have not
been supplied.    It  war.,  however,
necessary t<> close the theatres
because <>f their use- of electric
current. All taverns were close-el
at S p.m. and mu-i shut d'.wn In-read, r ai - p.m. until further notice.
It WSJ d. ei.l. d also In suppress
the sale of beers .'.nil Other drinks
iii Ihu th- form so as to minimize
the use of l-ottles by rioters a-,
missiles.
"The News" Classified Ads.
==0ne Cent A Word For Each Insertion^
-THEY WILL REPAY A CAREFUL LOOKING OVER-
Phone  ISO
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Marine
Accident
Plate Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared While You Wait.
THE
Mack Realty & Insurance
r.s.
COMPANY.
-Houses and Rentals.
ti
iLost and Found       ��,
-nn n .11 aiiaiiaiian. i    ~ 'T
Lost-A Ladies' Gold Watch,
turning; to News Ofllce.
Iti'wim! liv "���-
M-IKO
Money to Loan
���+
li
i money io Loan i
I Money to Loan on Prince Ruperl li.'iil Estate.
Agreements of sale bouirht.    I'.O. Uox 1*53.
tf-181.
TROUBLE AT
PORT ESSINGTON 1
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BOYS!
Two Five Dollar bills to
be given away to bright
boys.   See Mr. Munroe at
the News office.
Situations Wanted
Iff
GROUND
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Chief   Constable   Owen   Over,
There with Crown Prosecutor ___ _ i\A/>i/rT
Fisher, and a Doctor Sum- POLICE  DOCKET
moned Yesterday.
Trouble, beligved to be something serious in the' way of a
Japanese stabbing scrap or ac*
ciilint was rumored to have occurred at Port Essington yesterday afternoon. Chief Constable
Owens with Crown Prosecutor Fish
tr went off hurriedly in a launch
arranging for the- attendance at
Essington of a doctor. In thc
. bsence of the Chief the Provincial
|Hilice Could not stale definitely
what the trouble was, and believed that Chief Owens would be
. way for a day at least.
BAPTISTS   ANNIVERSARY
BIG BUT LIGHT
Several Worshippers at Shrine
of Bacchus on List Other
Minor Cases Disposed Of.
Wanted���Ofllce work by young ilirl.
knowlcico of stenography.    Api-l
1S6-167
Tvpist. sum.'
P.O. box 2"
Help Wanted
Do away with thiB.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
"Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
1
his duties commencing at once as
Mr. Cox has left the dislrict.
Inspector  Tyson   was  able  to
Wanted - Good tiled boy to help in kitchen and I ,,      ,,,.,.,*:. :..��� ,.f .1,., I,-,|[>,*.-
make himself generally useful.     Apply James \ report llll' l.OIUllUOH OI  UK   IIHU.UIS
Hotel, 3rd Ave,, corner of 8th Str.--
If
about   the  Telegraph   Creek   dis-
Wantetl woman to take care of two children. Ap-,     . .     ,     , j       *-n,
ply at cai.trai Hotel lus-tf' t rict particularly good.    1 hey iire
Floor Space for Rent
in the Hurt building, corner of
Second Ave. and Sixth Street.
The Best Business Corner in Prince Rupert.
��� ��������*����������������
Apply
Jeremiah H* Kugler, Ltd.
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AUCTION SALE
"THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME.'
Celebrations This Week.   Special Service Sunday Night
The S ***���. Princess R<>y..l will Ik-
in from the north thi- afternoon
bound f..r Vancouver,
This morning tin* S.S. Roniotia
went -..nth with ii number <>f
passengers from Alaska, Tonight
tin* Camosun brings cargo, passengers, mail. Tonight also the
City "f Seattle arrives from the
souih. Th.u means fresh fruit
and \i m ..<l.|. -
Just one year ago yesterday thc
Baptist Church in Prince Rupert
was founded. From small beginnings the church has grown and
thriven exceedingly under ihe able,
kindly pastorate of Ri\. W. H.
McLeod, Rupert's "Athletic Pastor." Anniversary meetings are
ncm lH*ing held in the .Mclntyre
Hall where ihe Bapiisis now worship. On Wednesday night a
business   meeting   to   discuss   the
substantiate of the church's pro.
i,r< -a was held, ami was followed
by a social. But on Sunday night
the principal anniversary service
will Ik* held at which special music
will Ih* rendered.
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For Rent
��� �����'*'��*s��iii'a-*fc��i'--^it*-i*fc>��--*^a'---��^ii'*^.'''-^'4i
Newly furninh-ml large out��iil��- rewma. Good
location, near butlnon tectum. ECverythintr
homelike. Hot and cold water, lath and tele*
phtme. Call and see them. I'hone 179. The
I *..- by Rooma. ISM*)
The Inlander will leave for tla
orth <>n Sunday*
NOTICE!
Comox-Atlin Liberal Convention
i. fixed for
SATURDAY, AUGUST 19TH
at Nanaimo, B.C.
All delegate*  throughout the  constituency will  please  endeavor to be
present
HUSI NESS -Selection of a candidate to contest seat  in Dominion Par
liament for Comox-Atlin
(Signed)
H. C. Brewster, M.L.A., Chairman
There were several guesis from
the Chateau Vickers to welcome
Magistrate Cars*, ihis morning
on his return to the magisterial
throne after a two weeks' absi nee.
Jim MacDonald, a "regular"
irrigated his .'rid interior last
night with bibulous potations which
made him anti-peaceful, The assessment was five and costs.
George Gums, took an overdose
last niglu and ilu* Cadi marked
ihe price up to eight i"-.l costs.
There was double "D" p.gainsl
him 011 tin* hotel r. gister,
Mike McAdams bought spirituous liquors retail lasi t\. and
licked them up wholesale.    The
rate was five ami frills.
A bunch of hard knuck^t- \..-
directed at the proboscis of John
Porpai. The proprietor of the
saitl knuckles was John Perrich.
Mr. Porpat directed .' nimili i
coterie of Ihiik-s at tlu froi lispiccc
of Mr. Perrich. li w. s .. civil
war on the street. Tlu rigis,*r
siid assualt. Each dona ..I b
fiver and titbits.
Charged with firing .. lil-s; nt
dynamite at a rock cm on SeCOl d
avenue, Nick Gurvich was lei
down with an eight dollat line and
...sts. W. E. Williams of Williams
& Manson appeared lor the defence while City Solicitor IVi.r>
prosecuted.'
It w..s explained thai the shot
wiis well cared for but the rock
iit tin poinl in question was very
I.Hise and when it was fired it
scatti...I in.|y,
Furnished  rooms with lath,
lh.* week.   Talbot House.
Special rates by
llU-tf
Neatly Furnished rooms, gentl.*m.*n preferred.-
Apply Mrs. Mullin. over M-ijoalio Theatre,     tf
Mclntyre Hall, for concerts, entertainments,
dance*, etc.   Apply J. 11. Roger., phone 116.
Nice Furni.hed Rooms, Mrs. Greenwood. Aider
Block; Third Ave. 178-tf
New live room house, cor. Ith Ave. and Bowser
street,   tlo a month.   I'hone - or P.O. box -.'J.
190-tf
For Rent-Sons of England Hall, 2nd Ave., for
Dance*. Fraternal Societies. S.-clala, etc. Apply
Frank A Ellis. Box Mill or phone ti!.. I -..-i f
a line class of natives, less in-
cllncd to dissipation than those
nearer to more civilised centres.
DROWNED^OlT"
TUESDAY NIGHT
Bert Buckingham, G. T. P.
Brakeman, Fell into Water in
Kitsumkalum River Leaves
Wife and Family.
Gents'Furnishings
Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Rubber Goods, Underwear, Fixtures and Fittings, Travelling Bags, etc.
The Balance of Stock of C. B. Schreiber & Co.
who are relinquishing business, to be    :���:      :-
A	
I For Sale
3
While out  fishing on Tuesday
evening Bert Buckingham, a brake*
man at the ballast pit a!  Mile 90
on the ('.. T. P. line fill off at the
mouth of die Kitsumkalum River
| and was drowned.
I    His body has not been recovered.
Buckingham   came   here   three
Wicker Ilnby Carriage also household furniture.   _,,._,,, .  .,���,,  f,������.  \':.,,:, ;.,     \l,',,,
Frank Evan..    Phoned. !t.���,6 j lllonllls ago Imlll   \ trglt I.I,    .Mil 11..
C.klng Range and Kitchen Furniture.   Apply   Mid   it   is   lll-dtTslood   Ilis  Wife  i'lll
Cor. ..hand Cotton st���.... ��* family are siill  living lIllTe.     111.'
For Sale-Chicken Ranch. 2;Storey house, house-   ���,���,.���..    ���      *       .t...    La.aa.lta     ,.t    *���!���*.
hoklg-ods.   Near Prlnc-e Kupert.   A   snap If   mat t IT    Is    III    till*    liai'lls    ol    ll C
Sold Without Reserve by PUBLIC
AUCTION at	
Schreiber's Store
Centre Street, I'rince Itupert, commencing
SATURDAY, AUGUST 19th, at 2 and 8 p.m.
FRANK A. ELLIS
AUCTIONEER
taken at once.   Address Box "WS,
if
Provincial Police.
For Sale-Owner will aetl four good lots Nos. 83, I
-'I. 2S and .'������-. Ill i ii UT. Section '.. Taylor street, |
siw il v . a lis., at 1700 each, on reasonable
Mm   Apply Box *n. P.O.. Prince Rupert.
17-1-2
..Whites Portland Cement*,    change of ownership.
Insurance
P'^ii'tiii'^iiNii'Mi **xmW**xt*i
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OUR i ��� -*.| .inn ��� ��r�� a. - - t -- ��� i for prompt ind juit
wlilrmonti.    Wr writ* every known class of
lntur��ncc. Th�� M��ck Realty anel Inturanee Co. j apply to W. Lord,
Bull-Irving & Co., Vancouver, B.C.
FOR SALE
Steam Tug "Nagasaki."
Length 50 ft., beam 9 ft., draft 4 ft.
ti in., 8 H.P. engine. Boiler used three
seasons, now in use as Cannery tender.
May be seen at Port Nelson Cannery,
Naas river. For further particulars
Port Nelson, or H.
j      But
fi*��*��ii**��ii*^i
siness   Chances
1
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Good money In Moling Picture..     Wanted-A I
Ran. to start moving picture show in I'rlnce '
..pert.   Write m.. for particulars.    H. Davit, '
Wntertuwn. Wl.. 137-wl
C. M. HAYS TO ARRIVE 30TH
Railway Commissioners will be
Here   Tomorrow.     Railway
Board   will   Sit   in   the   Provincial Courtroom.
li is authoritatively stated in
the city today th.u c. M. Hays
and pany will not arrive in Prince
Rupe n until Wednesday 80th Inst.
This means that  Mr. Hays will
not Ik* lure lo attend the si,tings
of the Board of Railway Commissioners which will be held in
lhe   courtroom   tomorrow.     The
I Railway Commissioners arrive by
I the George tomorrow.
INDIAN AGENT
APPOINTED
Do Your Shoes
Need Repairing
If so bring them to our
NEW STAND
Third Avenue, between
7th and 8th St. We
have moved from the
Hart  Block :
John Kadakas
Just Returned from Telegraph
Creek Inspector A. M. Tyaon
Hag   There    Appointed    Mr.  Third Avenue       l..*t. Til. ...nl -in Si
Scott Simpson, Indian Agent  ���**-**"	
in Place of Mr. George Cox
Retired.
By the c. P. R. S.S. Princess
Royal this afternoon Mr. A. M.
Tyson, Inspector of Indian Agencies for British Columbia, left for
Vancouver. Mr. Tyson has just
concluded a particularly speedy
trip  to  Telegraph   Creek   for  the
purpose principally, of appointing
a successor to Mr. George Cox,
Indian Agent for that district who
h..s jusi resigned.
Mr.   Scott   Simpson   has   been
appointed lhe new Indian Agent
for the Telegraph Creek District,
POLICE WATCHES
All Varied in lime in Police
Court the other day. If
you carry a      :      :      :
Reliable Standard Walch
You would alwayB have the
Correct Time
Only reliable watches are
kept in stock by the G.T.P.
Official   Watch    Inspector.
O*
R. W. Cameron & Co.
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue.
PHONE 82
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Thi. It ta *r1v�� notice* th��l I. J.*"' H ������!" ��"���'
mv l.uainc at the tiratt-l li
Hroderius.   All i*er**.ns hoklmrf a.
the Grand Hotel are re.|>i*-*i. i
at once to me, for payment.   All
llrand Hotel are to be paid t- ' ���
ItO-lf Joll**
ForSale
Block
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14
36
Bscuon
B
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Come in and see our list "f ��*P "*
other parts of th>* eftj
C R. N/VDEN COMPANY
Second Ave..
Limited.
Prince Huperl. B.C
Cash will bandls ; ��'f ���"
Section 7. Price ISS. ******
monthly.
U. ir, und 16. Block :'    �����*�����
�� $27ft each.   J!-'"*
Mussallem & Company
..Good l-'resh   Groceries al Cily Prices.
OUR GROCERIES are Krcsh
and Eirst-Class Goods only.
Give us your next order for a
 trial. 	
Mussallem & Company
I'I...i.r 228 Ulark
5th Are., East of Mcllride
. Ewy
$27
easy.
Lota on Summit Avenue
terms. Vl���
���Vpartment for rent. ISO B montll. ^*Y
view. .      ���-
For Fire, Life nnd Accld.   I I >���"'*""
see me. . ������j
LoU in Fort George at |10.*��"*S
��10amonth.    For t r.*.- m?^
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