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The Daily News
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VOL- H.  NO. 146
Prince Rupert, B.C., Friday, June 30, 1911.
s*   Price Five Cents
A NEWT.
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KILLED HIMSELF
WHEN ARRESTED
Vancouver  Man  Suspected as
Being One of Robbers
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, June 30.���While un-
rjer arrest on suspicion of being
concerned in an attempt to rob
the Trailers' Bank, Charles Clark,
,i young Vancouver man, last
night committed suicide in his
room at 2'M\ Pender street. He
took his life with a revolver.
Clark was under arrest on the
nominal charge of vagrancy. He
was one of a gang of young fellows,
must nf whom had previously been
arrested and taken to the station
mi a vagrancy charge.
When the officer arrested him,
(lark made no attempt to get
away, and consented to go peaceably. IU- requested the detective
in oblige him by getting a drink
of water. No sooner had the
officer left thc room, than he
hard the sound of a pistol.
Hastening back be found Clark
lying on his bed, bleeding from the
forehead. He had literally blown
inn his brains.
The men had been shadowed
by the police for some lime past
nl a suspicion of having robbed
several stores and of attempting
in rub the Traders' Bank on the
night of the 21st June.
APPUCATION BEING MADE FOR CHARTER
FOR TRANS-CANADA AND HUDSON BAY ROAD
New Line Will be in the Form of a Spider's Web Radiating in All  Directions  From Fort Vermilion on
the Peace River���It's Eastern Terninus Will be  Fort  Churchill or  Port  Nelson on Hudson's  Bay
-���It's Western Terminus Will be Prince Rupert or Some Point on the Portland Canal---New Line
Will Open up  Immense Areas  of Fertile  Lands in Northern Alberta and  Saskatchewan
[baseball SCORES j
Northwestern League
Vancouver 6, Spokane 2.
Tacoma 4, Victoria 1.
Seattle 4, Portalnd 0.
American League
St, Louis 6, Detroit 0.
Cleveland 8, Chicago 7.
Washingtion 9, Phladelphia 7.
New York 3, Boston 1.
National  League
Cincinnati 5, Chicago 4.
Philadelphia 4, Brooklyn 1.
New York 10, Boston 4.
Pittsburg 8, St. Louis li.
Pacific Coast League
Portland 0, Sacramento 1.
Vernon 0, Oakland 4.
Los Angelas 13, 'Frisco 3.
HAS ANYBODY HERE SEEN
MAN NAMED ARCHIBALD?
He is a Blacksmith With a Brilliant Imagination and
$1400 Which he Raised on It���Several People Are
Looking For Him���Think he Has Skipped Out
My means of a brilliantly im
aginative story to the effect that
hi' had secured the contract for
shining all the horses belonging
to Messrs, Foley, Welch & Stewart,
and intended to start a black-
s-nith's shop employing numerous
knights of the forge, also a ma-
chine shop and perhaps later a
brass foundry, a man of several
aliases one of which is said to be
J Archibald, contrived the other
���lay in obtain an advance of some
sl 100 Irom George White of Prince
Rupert,
Has Skipped Out
Now George White is looking
i�� vain for the borrower with the
brilliant imagination, and Incidentally for any trace of his 81400.
But there is every reason to
believe that the imaginative one
nau skipped out on one of the
south-going boats. Under the
name  of  Archibald  he was em
ployed for a few weeks as blacksmith with the Wcstholme Lumber
Company. He left their employ
suddenly without rhyme or reason
last week, and has not since been
heard of.
Losses Discovered Later
Later Mr. White's interest in
the missing blacksmith came to
light tlirough his enquiries for
him, and others who had business
dealings with the missing man
find that he left without attending
to various little accounts. The
$1400 which White lent him to be
invested in the blacksmithing business is llic largest sum involved,
and there are efforts being made
to follow up the vanished one.
Sad News
Mr. R. A. McMordic rcveiced
word   yesterday   that  his   sister,
Mrs. George Thompson of London,
Ont., had died.
YOUNG ARTISTES SCORED
A CLEVER MUSICAL TRIUMPH
Miss Cassie Hiller and Miss Grace Lindsay Delighted a
Large Audience With Their Programme of Selections From the Great Masters
pany held the attention of the
house and at thc close of the
programme the audience lingered
while the curtain was raised again
for thc artistes to give one more
selection.
It was quite a triumph for the
young artistes. The audience bad
been led to expect something
especially good, and their expectations were more than tilled.
From a musical and artistic point
of view thc recital was distinctly
the best ever presented in Prince
A bonny young girl dressed in
white, little more than a school*
girl in years but handling her
'"'w with the assurance and tech*
lml"<' of a vlrtuso, keeping an
audience silenced ar.d enthralled
while slu
tl,
iroughl from the soul
"''' violin rare melodies from
��W masters���this was the
unusual and charming spectacle
Witnesses last night in the Empress
neatre. For nearly a couple
"J "ours the young lady, Miss
l;iss"' Morris Hiller, and her
Partner Miss Grace Lindsay of
llK' Hillcr-Undsay Concert Com-
(Continued on Last Page.)
Canada is to have another transcontinental line. Its Eastern terminal will Ik- at Fort Churchill on
the Hudson Bay. Its Pacific
Coast terminal will be Pri' ce
Rupert. Application is being made
to Parliament this session for
an Act incorporating the new-
Railway Company under the name
of "The Pacific Trans-Canada,
and Hudson Bay Railway Com*
pany." To the Canadian Pacific,
the Grand Trunk Pacific, and the
Canadian Northern transcontinental lines the new Trans-Canada
line must soon lx.' added. The
splendid sweeping stretch of its
main line and branches which
extend through the rich Peace
River Country must Ih? traced
out on the map of Canada to be
thoroughly appreciated.
Mighty Web of Steel
From Fort Churchill on Hudson's Bay to Prince Rupert on t he-
Pacific the Dominion of Canaan
spreads out splendid expanses of
territory rich in yet undeveloped
resources of mine, forest, ar.d
farmland. Navigable rivers and
lakes already link up the country
in a wonderful manner. Government issued reports state that
only railway facilities are required
to awaken the heart of this district
into vigorous agricultural and grain
producing development. Thc. new
Trans-Canada Railway is already
requesting the right to Ix-gin the
awakening. From Fort Vermillion on the Peace River right in
thc core of the country, southwards
to Edmonton, northwards lo Fort
Smith, eastwards to Fort Churchill,
and westwards through Laurier
Pass lo Prince Rti|ieri, like a
gigantic spider web of steel  the
projected lines ol the great new
railway extend. Surveyors have
already sketched out the general
directions of the lines. Only Unsanction of Parliament is required
to liegin work on Canada's fourth
transcontinental.
What is the Land Like?
From Edmonton the first part
of the line projected goes north
to Athalxisca Landing, already a
promising centre as business men
in Prince Rti|Hri today are well
aware. Towards Fort Vermilion
the line then goes through the
Lesser Slave Like district. Of
this district Mr. 11. W. Scll.y,
D. I.. S., siys in the Government
Blue Book, "The Peace River
Road cuts these lands from south-
cast to north-west, through a strip
of prairie from half a mile in
a mile in width. The soil is a
rich black loam on clay subsoil,
and is covered with an abundant
growth of upland hay. This prairie is suitable for farming pur-
[Mises. . . There is very little
waste land in those surveyed, and
when it has been demonstrated
that grain can be grown there
profitably, and being on the leading highway through this country,
it   should  soon   be  settled   by  a
good class of homesteaders.
Only Waits Railway
"I'lltil the past year no white
settlers had located on these lands,
but white settlers have In-gun
to make improvements and sown
a few acres of grain as an experiment. This looked very well
when I saw it, but there is not
likely to be much grain grown
until railway faculties arc secured."
Hire too, is the Swan River
Country of which the same report
siys. "Railway facilities will make
the Swan River country one of
the most favored settlements in
thc West. Its close proximity
to mining prospects .considerable
areas of spruce and jxiplar, good
soil, plenty "f fuel, good water
and excellent climate caused by
the almost universal east of west
winds, lead one to this optimistic
view."
These and Other reports in similar strain describe the heart of
the land to be served by the new
riilway, land clearly abundant
in natural resources the wealth
of which will llow through Prince
Rupert Pacific-wards.
new company is completed, the
construction of the railway is
likely to be swifter than that of
its forerunners in the transcontinental field. All the gains made
from experience in these great
achievements in railway construction will lie to the advantage of
the latest comer, and the existence
of the other main lines will facilitate the transportation <>f materials and supplies. The Grand
Trunk Pacific has a line projected
also into Fort Churchill from
Melville on the main line, and
agreements will probably lu- come
to between the G. T. P. and the
Trans-Canada Company. Provision is made for such agreements
in the new dompany's request
for an Act of Incorporation.
Competition is Life
Undoubtedly the coming of another transcontinental to Prince
Rupirt will increase the propscrity
of the city, and the well lieing of
the citizens. For coiniietilion is
the life of trade, and the existence
of the other line will stimulate
the first to advantageous effort.
Without doubt efforts will be made
to attract thc new railway to
make its terminus al Stewart or
Port Simpson. Prime Rupert will
be alive lo ibis. On lhe other
side of the Dominion there is the
chance that in spite of the excellent harbor at Fort Churchill
the more southerly Port Nelson
on the Hudson Bay might be
selected as the Eastern terminus.
These are points to be settled
after the application nf the new
company passes before Parlliament
The Hudson Bay sea route to
Great Britain and Europe has
long been known as the shortest
in summer and fall, just as the
Prince Rupert aid Dixon's Entrance route is known as the
shortest to the Orient through the
Pacific. Thus the immense Importance of tbe. Trans-Canada line
is easily realised especially in
conjunction with the wheal and
grain    raising   pros|H'cts   of   the
MAY MAKE VERY
RADICAL CHANGE
Sir Richard Cartwright Intimates that New Representation Bill will Allow Minority
Representatives.
Toronto, June 30.���In a speech
before the Liberal Club last night
Sir Richard Cartwright intimated
that under lhe redistribution act
lo be introduced after the census,
a minority representation clause
may be introduced in order that
the Liberals can secure representation in Toronto.
ll is claimed thai the Conservatives would benefit in St.
John, N. B., so that matters
would be evened tip.
MEXICAN BANDITS
BURN CANADIAN
Cruel Fate of   Robert  Swazey
of Fort Sumner
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Shawnee, Oklahoma, June 30.���
A Canadian named Robert Swazey, who located in New Mexico
near Foil Sumner some time ago,
is reportul to have been burned
to death at the stake by a band of
Mexican badnits on June 15th,
News of thc cruel death meted out
to him, was received here today
by the mother-in-law of the murdered man.
Accord h g to the letter, Swazy
was held up by the men who cam
armed and in a body. They said
they had heard that he kept a
sum of money in the house and
demanded to know where it was
kept. Swazey stoutly refused to
divulge the hiding place of his
treasure, in spite of all threats.
Al last in revenge the band took
him outside and after beating
him tied him to a stake. Still
defiant, Swasey refused to bow
to them, even when the flames
were started.
Tbe British Government has
been informed of the affair, and
steps to avenge the cruel murder
are expected.
CHECK FOR $30,000
ARRIVES IN THE CITY
It is From the G.T.P. to Pay For Last Year's and This
Year's Tax���City Cannot Cash it Until Mr. McBride and  the Citizens Decide Whether
to Accept Settlement
By   the   mail   which   came   in by wire regarding the ratification
yesterday   the  Mayor received a
letter from Mr.  D'Arcy Tate on
Once the incorporation  of  the Peace River country.
$5,000 GRANT MADE TO METHODIST CHURCH
General Board of Missions in Toronto Made Liberal Grant Free of Interest to
Help Erect a Permanent Methodist Church  Building in  Prince Rupert
(Special to the Daily News)
Toronto, June 30. "The Methodist general Board of Missions, this morning granted a
sum of five thousand dollars
free of interest to the Methodist Church at Prince Rupert
fro the purpose of assisting
them to Build a new church
building."
The abovesnew telegraphed to
the alitor of the Dally News
this morning by the editor of the
Christian Globe ol Toronto, one
of the organs of the Methodist
church, will come as welcome
news to the members and adherents
of the local Methodist church.
Thc sum thus voted free of interest, will go a long way to
erect the permanent church edifice
in the city, that the local Methodists have set their hearts upon.
It   is  also  an   indication   of   the
confidence that the Methodist
Board of Missions has ia the future
of the cause here.
At present the church meeting
is iii a wooden building on the
Grand Trunk Reserve, just below
Second avenue. Their pastor, Rev.
Charles R. Sing, was recently in-
Where to Go
EMPRESS THEATRE, Second Ave.-
Pictures' anil Music, 7.30 p.m.
MAJESTIC THEATRE, Third Ave;
Pictures and songs, 7.30 p.m.
PHENIX THEATRE, Second Aveuue;
Pictures and music, 7.30 p.m.
���trumental in securing the presence
on a visit of Rev. S. T. Bartlett,
Superintendent  of  the  Epworth
League branches.      It is probable
that the reports of the work given
by   Rev.   Mr.   Bartlett,  supplemented by the recommendations
of   the   B.   C.   Conference   have
resulted In the gr-.nl being made.
behalf of the Grand Trunk Pacific
Railway Company enclosing a cheque for $30,000 in payment of
taxes on the G. T. P. Railway
property for the years 1010 and
1011,
Electors Must Approve
Before the city can accept this
money absolutely it will be necessary for the citizens lo approve
the agreement, and for the agreement to be ratified by the Provincial Government. The Mayor
is however, confident that the
ratification by thc Government
will very soon be an accomplished
fact,   and   that   the  electors  will
approve the agreement also.
Await Premier McBride
Almost any  day  now   Premier
McBride's reply may be received
of the agreement, and as soon as
it is known in Victoria whether
the signatures of the Provincial
Government represent..lives arc to
be affixed to the document or not,
the city can take action accordingly
RIOTS IN ENGLAND
Sailors'  Strike  Leads to Hostilities at Hull
Hull, June 30.���Serious riots
occurred here today more than
twenty |>crsiii.s being injured, including several policemen,    The
ri.its resulted from the failure to
reach settlement between the shipowners and lhe strikers.
For a good meal on Dominion
Day at a |>optilar price, try the
Royal Hotel Cafe.
Carry a Flag
For Dominion Day everybody
should carry a British Flag. We've
just received some real silk ones
nil they're cheap. The Arctic
Studio, Third Avenue, Law- Butler
Building.
R. L. BORDEN ADDRESSES
THE ENGLISH SETTLERS
Had a Rousing Meeting at Lloydminster-  Says Reciprocity  Inside the  Empire  is Good  Enough  for
Conservative Party���Assumes  it  is Good
Enough For Canada
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Lloydminster, Sask., June 30.���
Hon. R. L. Borden and his party
received a warm welcome last
night when be spoke to the home
colonists from England.   His pat*
riotlc Sentiments generously expressed   brought    forth    a    ready
statement that lhe tiis that bind
Canada to the Mother Land are
so light as to be almost imperceptible, be siid he would like
to amend that. "1 would like
to tell Taft," be said, "tbat the
ties that bind Canada to the
Mother Land are as strong, nay
Tomorrow being a public holiday, The News will
not be published.
echo in the large gathering present, stronger today than ever liefore.
Tbe Conservative leader Stated They will never be broken. Rcc-
ihnl in bis opinion there was iprority within thc Empire is
never any argument worthy the I good enough for thc Conservative
name even on the economic side, I party, and I believe it is good
put forth in support of reciprocity, enough for thc people of Canada
Referring   to   President   Tuft's aa well." THE    DAILY   NEWS
The Insurance People
IV I in CLASS .11' INSl'KAN.'t:.    UET ul ll im    i :.
The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
Phon. 16(1 Third Avenue .nd l-'uli.m St
.Pure. WooL
.. Clothing..
and Bedding
GUARANTEED AGAINST SHRINKAGE
The Jaeger Company
maintain a laboratory
for testing scientifically the purity of
woollen materials by
the company's own
analyst, a qualified
chemist, thus insuring the quality of all
garments produced;
and woollen clothing
induces a better distribution of blood in
the body. A small
assortment of these
celebrated woollen
garments has just
been received, and a
larger range is on the
way. so we can from
stock meet most
of yourwants. The
Jaeger catalog full
of good information
can be had for the
asking.-GET  ONE.
Sloan & Company
-SOLE AGENTS-
60) Street P.O. Bos 622
HILDITCH COMES BACK
BUTJrVHERE IS NEWTON?
The Erring Ones Reply to the Council's Letter���Alderman Hilditch Withdraws His Resignation But Newton Wants Him to Withdraw His Challenge
dis-1
the!
Do away with thia.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
RETAINING WALLS
AND CULVERTS
CONTtNl-ED FROM  PAGE 1
there.      In   certain   eases   expro-j
priation maj be unavoidable.   In I
others ihe matt, r may be arranged
with the owners.
The   matter  of  culvert-  and
storm   drain-,  has  been   left   over
until next week. Over thi-, particular matter there arises the
imiH.rT.uii point ol whether these
are to Ih- constructed out "f
General Kurd >>r Local Improvement. This i> a matter full
discussion ol which will be engaged
in later.    It is one which a Mr-inn
of the council will lie found strongly
in favor of the general fund plan.
Where You Get Them
There are some good buys licing
ollered  in  boots,  shoes, liats and
clothing at   Hoffman's,  The  Mechanics' Store. Second Avenue.
STEAMER TEES
RUN AGROUND
Is Ashore Near the Mouth of
the Fraser Captain Reports
She  is Undamaged.
Letters in reply to the letter
sent them by the city council in
reference to their resignations were
read last night Irom Alderman
Newton and Alderman Hilditch by
the City Clerk.
Alderman Newton repeated his
statement that he would withdraw his resignation when Alder-
nuin Hilditch withdrew his challenge.
.Alderman Hilditch withdrew his
resignation, but said nothing about
the challenge.
Newton Goes on File
"What shall we do about this
letter from .Alderman Newton?"
asked the Mayor.
"1 move that it be filed," said
Alderman Kirkpatrick.
In   regard   to   Alderman   Hilditch's letter it was agreed by the
council that he should be allowed
to withdraw his resignation.
What   About   the   Challenge?
Alderman Douglas���"Alderman
Newton will not withdraw his
resignation unless Alderman Hilditch withdraws his challenge.
There is no mention of the challenge in Alderman Hilditch's letter."
Alderman Kirkpatrick���"We do
not know anything about the
challenges or things like that.
If Alderman Hilditch wants to
with draw his resignation that is
all we want to know."
Alderman   Douglas���"We
know   about   the   challenge,
was made in open council here
we all heard it."
Cue  for  Hilditch
With this, however, the
cussion was dropped, and
council proceeded to take up some
unfinished business amongst other
matters that of the Dunedin Block
introduced by Alderman Morrissey.
Alderman Morrissey wanted to
know why after this block had
been condemned by the city council and ordered to be demolished
it was still standing.
The Mayor said the matter was
hung up by a dispute in the law-
courts between two parties concerned with the Dunedin block.
Alderman Morrissey wanted to
know by whose authority the
demolition had been delayed.
A Voice  from  Afar
There was some desultory dis-i
CUSSion.   Suddenly the City Clerk
remembered that the matter had
been left in the hands of Alderman
Smith and Alderman Hilditch.
"When was this?" was the question. Alderman Smith was absent
but a voice from the inmost recesses of the Mayoral sanctum
betrayed the presence of Alderman
Hilditch.
"It was in March last," piped
the distant voice.
Hilditch Comes Back
A ripple nf laughter ran round
the small audience aid the alder-;
men, anel the bright idea occurred
to the Mayor that since Alderman
Hilditch  had  withdrawn  his res-i
ignation, anil evidently knew the i
latest abuut the Dunedin Block.,
he might be asked to resume his;
seat.    Alderman   Hilditch  elid  so
tearing  himslef   reluctantly  apart
from the cigar with which he was
fumigating the Mayor's room.
On his return to the festive'
board the matter of the Dunedin
Block was somehow sidetracked,!
ami the City Engineer was summoned to take up the details of
the sewer plans and proposal!
with tin council.
COL. FRED WHITE
ABOUT TO RETIRE
Controller of Northwest Mounted Police Has Served Forty-
three Years.
Ottawa, June 28.���It is understood that Colonel Fred While.
Controller of the Royal Northwest
Mounted Police, will retire on
superannuation soon after the return of Sir Wilfrid Laurier from
England. Colonel White has been
in the service forty-three years.
He has devoted bis life to building
up the splendid force of plains
police who are famous throughout
the world. Colonel White is 63
years of age, and wished to retire
a couple of years ago, but was
persuaded to continue,
CALL MEN ARE
DISSATISFIED
1!
!!
!!
"Thei_Newsw Classified Ads.
==0ne Cent A Word For Each Insertion^
-THEY WILL REPAY A CAREFUL LOOKING OVER-
....��..*> i *
the call men, reducing their retaining fee from 825 per month to
S10 per month. The men claim
that the donditions Imposed on I
them as call men are too exacting
to make it worth their while to
remain on the stall at 110 licr
month.
Duties of call men are to sleep
at the fire hall, and hold themselves in readiness to respond
to all calls at all hours. They are
allowed one night a week off dut)
Lost and Found ACCIDENT IS
 *     UNPRECEDENTED
Thousand   Feet
Tide Level.
Below   the
Sum,' Money Found on Second Ave.     Apply Mr..
Shrub.aU'* Fruit Store. Fulton Street,  same  .���
Hook ���> Mack Realty.   If not claimed In two , #��_|    *J|:__    .
iisy.mon.y win be .riven to Hospital.     145-u. gea  Breaks  into Loal  iviine  a
FOUND-Eureka Cleaning and Pre.atnir Company. Men's suits clesned snd pressed fLOO,
Lsdies' suits pressed snd clesned. Dry clesn*
ing s specialty. Room 13 Westenhsver Block,
phone red i$. 121-147
FOUND-EIeg.nt rooms; n.wly furnished. The
Bulklev Block. 6lh Ave., nesr Fulton.    109-lm
LOST-50 price coupon, issued by the P ericas
Studio. These coupons will be accepted I
presented before July 3rd at the Peerles
Studio. Alder Block. 141-147
For Rent
 i
Names of the four call nun who  j
have agreed to go out on July 1st |   "-" L"n'"~      """
r-.    j a--,     ,     *   .      ,. i      .   . I Six-roomed House to rent; modern conveniences,
arc Fred <- lark, John I HW 111, J.ltlles      Frsser St.. Apply Director. Cohen 4 Co.   143-tf
Wsnted-Sm.il house, furnished or partly furn-
1    l.heil.   Stat,- term, tc Box ll. Dally News.14.i-lf
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Halifax,  June 'JO���Mr.  Hiram
Doiikin, deputy commissioner of
Imines, who has been visiting the
| scene  of  the   Port   Hood   mine
flood, says that the accident there
i-. unparalleled in the annals of
i mining. Breaks were often heard
Iof in submarine mines, but never
at the very bottom.    In the case
TWO CHAMPIONS
WILL COMPETE
Azzalli, Champion Walker of
France will Walk the Five
Miles with Vaughan Champion of B. C, and Reitchell
the "Darkhorse."
A. Azzalli, champion walker of
France, has entered for the five-
mile walking race lo be held here
on Dominion Day. Azzalli will
compete with Vaughan, the cham.
plan walker of British Columbia
and Reitchell who though a "dark-
horse" at present is expected to
do great things on his pair of pins
over the five-mile. Interest in
this race is almost as keen as that
excited in the ten-mile .J
gnoil
good
Parks, antl Donald McQueen. Willi
the coming of the newly appointed, 0  ,,,���-,, ,
assistant fire chief on July 1st a   �����.*������ J���*g����unfurnished.   Phon. a. ol the I ort Hood mine, tin sea
re-organisation of the call men may: Flmtan of ^^ ���.,. Aop,y Room n broke in at a plcae i-a.i-ul.iu-d to
I    Westenhsver Block, corner Und Ave. and Sixth 1���.  I (,()()  feet  below  tilt'  lldc level.
Street.                                              ��� J2S.1S. ill
' Store and isfflce. for rent.   Applv Dr. Mclntyre. It    WHS   US    UllCXpi'Cteel    US   WOUlll
Third Av... phon. green 59. lllS-tf
be expected.
HAD NARROW ESCAPE
, Neatly Furnished Rooms;  gentlemen preferred.
Apply Mrs Mullln, over Majestic Theatre.
lltMm
be a lightning bolt in a clear sky.
Window  in   Merritt   Escapes
Unhurt.
Reduction of Wage from $25 to
$10 per Month Has Effect of
Making   all   Four   Agree   to
Walk out on July 1st. Merritt, B. C, June 29.���A man
                       I giving  the name of C.   Kincaid
On July 1st the four call men I leaped from the second storey of
employed by the city lire depart-1 a local hotel lhis morning. By a
mint   will   walk   out.     July   1st (miracle   he   escaped   without   in*
begins the m-w scale of pay for Muring himself,
Man   Who   Leaped   from   Hotel   Phone^lf you w.ntw rent a hou.��. funvi.hr
f __ i    or unfurnished, corner t��th Ave. and Thum
Street.    All modern convenience*.
I Thompson
SEAMEN'S STRIKE
GROWS SERIOUS
Cosy furnished rooms. Mrs. Bower. Somerset
Rourns. Third Avenue, between Seventh snd
Eighth. U7-tf
Nice, clean, brightouuiderooms.  Buikiry Block fen Thousand Sailors Join the
6lh Av... near Fulton. li-Mm
Nice furnished rooms single ..r fyr housekeeping.
Apply Drexel Rooming House, 2nd Ave., ne.r
McBride. May 3-lmo
They Sure Are!
Gentlemen are- as proud ii
clothes    as    ladles,   are   of
jewels.
We. have the clothes,���Rudnick
St Sweeler Bros., Helgerson Block
Basement.
THE STEAMER
RACE SOUTH
Princess Royal Leading City of
Seattle by About Seven Miles
Says Latest Report.
Strikers in the Port of Liverpool.
c
Help Wanted
Porter Wanted
WE   HAVE   A   COMPLETE   LINE   OF    BEERS    WINES
-LIQUORS,   ALWAYS   IN   STOCK-
AND
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London, June 29.���It is feared
here that unless the efforts of the
Government Board of Trade are
successful in mediating the sailors'
strike   that   the   issue   may   yet
I Scho.,1 girl to do light house work.    Msy live at   i        m    _ wartrnia onp     This niorn-
'    home If de.lred.     Apply Mrs.  Kugler. apart- . HCUIIIll  a M. riOUS < I-   n
Apply Talbot Room.. 2nd Av*.
144-tf
Young girl to tak. car. of two small children,
afternoon*. Apply Mr.. Gordon Ham. Borden
Street. 144-150
-HERE  ARE THREE OF OCR SrECIAI. LINES-
Budweiser Beer, Ws are sole agents for Northern B.C.
Double 00 Whiskey
Guaranteed to be 12 years in the wood before being bottled
Sole agents for Northern B.C.
Victoria Phoenix Beer
mrnl No. !.. Clapp Bunding. Snd Ave   and Mc-   - r..iwrls   frnm    I Ivirtiiiiit   shnw
:   Bride, or shone S73 red. Mo-tf     ," K rt ports irom  Liverpool snow
I Waitress Wantvd. Apply French )**>'��� Reiuu. that ten thousand men have joined
'   rant. Third Ave. I3S-141       |   . .,
.the   movement   there
Nineteen yount' men to take cosy rooms In th.
Bulkley Block, ne.r Fulton. I - In
i Wanted���SOu good men to join the Order of Owls.
Call room 2*.  Empress   Hotel.   1. F.  Msdlem.
U ���11*
t litis paralysed.
anel   traele
Northern B.C. Liquor Company, f
P..��,   Ns    7
0. Boi S77
I
*������
Boarders Wanted
1
TO HELP TOURIST TRADE
A few  coay  homelike  roomt cheap   to stead)
'    roomer*.   Kintt George Hotel, and Avenue.
ui-ia
-OUR   STORE   WILL   BE   CLOSED   ALL   DAY-
SATURDAY, JULY 1st, DOMINION DAY
BUY  YOUR GROCERIES   EARLY
STALKER & WELLS,
2nd Ave. and .McBride
.... Phone 187 ... .
Real Estate
~T
C. P.  R.  Allows all  Its  First
class   Passengers   a   Thirty
day Stop-over in Prince Rupert.
News of the progress of the race
between die Princess Royal and
the City of Seattle came in yesterday. When last se'ell by tile
men of the Cetriana the Roy.il
was leading by about seven mill-,
but thc City of Seattle had by
no means given up the Btruggle
and w.is coaling up for a fresh
spurt.
Nineteen young men wsnted to rent cosy furnished in the Bulkley Rooms. ' Hi Ave., near Fulton.
*>. *a��-��a>ass��***,
109-1m
For Sale
1
lief..re buying your Stove or IUr.j.1 ��<�� A. J.
Sal land, M.- Hi id. and Fifth Ave. Cook atovn
from IU. l**-lm
flrat claaa Rooming Heuae, ten rooma. h��uae-
keeplnjr and B<nftle. ncwlv furnlahed. Price
' ������ . For terms apply owner on premises,
Drexel Rooming Houae, 2nd Ave. 144-tf
r
��������������������������������������
Business   Chances
(DOMINION : DAY!
IN PRINCE RUPERT
GRAND   CELEBRATION, JULY 1st
Land Sports
Aquatic Sports
Music   by   the Best
Indian Bands
Grand   Concert    in
Empress Theatre in
the evening
$1,000  IN PRIZES
The Land Sports
Will be held
at the corner of Sixth
Avenue and
McBride St.
particulars
of which will
be found on
the posters.
Everybody Come
Everything
is guaranteed good, including  the
weather.    :
JUDGE McCRIMMON
DIES AT WHITBY
A Subslinlul I'm/, will be imn to lhe but decoraled KciiariKt and Butiwu Place
Good money In Moving Picture*. Wanted ���A
party to atart moving picture ahow In Prince
Rupert. Vt rile me f��.r particulars. H. Davis,
Watertown. Wis. ltf-wl
y*ai i -** ������**��.ii Kan anal **.���!��*t.i��^.**������ ^���������-**. 11*^���>�����*�������� A
! Fire Insurance j
*>.^��.aaa..a��,.,^���^,.^l,^,,a��,,^,,,^���^,,^,>la
Referring to the suggestion made
iu an editorial article in last night's
"News," that an effort be made to
exploit the scenic, hunting anel
fishing possibilities of the elistrict,
and develop a tourist traele to
Prince Rupe-rt anel elistrict, Mr.
J. G. MeNab of the C. P. R.
Iiointsentt that his company allows
all first-cidss passengers travelling
to Alaska, to make a thirty day
Stop-Over in Prince Ruperl. This
is a concession that lemls itself
to the tourist traffic.
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners, 'Phone 4
THF Rrttlah Union .ml National Fire Insurance
Company of London. England, with capital
���f I: .... . gee u. for rates. The M.rk
Itesltv and Insurance Company. 70-tf
Notice
The Plumbing and Sheet Metal business lately
conducted by H. Wood, successor to Matheson A
W'rard, 2nd Ave., has been taken over by Smith *
Msllett. to whom all outstanding acoounta are
psysble and who will psy all claims against the
husine...
134-141 SMITH c< MALLETT
BORDEN ENTERS
EDMONTON CITY
Talks on Recoprocity in Frank
Oliver's   Constituency���Had
Good Reception
Notice
All members of the Fraternal Order of Eagles
sre requested to sttend the meeting on Wednr.-
dsy evening, June 'sth, at H o'clock. In the K. ot
I P. Hall. 14J.146
Victoria. June 29.���The Steamer
Tees, returning to Vancouver after
carrying cannery supplies to Steves-
ton canneries, ran aground near
iii>- entrance o. the Fraser River
bist night.    She is reported to be
���ytal  on   nn   oven   keel   and
<.amaK���t.      < ������,������������    q^^
pom that he saptcta to be able .his home at Whitby after a linger
'     l"'"U"*M��"*'    ing   illness.     Judge   McCrimmon
'     Dance Tomorrow '*"'*   aP'),'lnU(1   Sl"ni(>r   Jud��e   of
The    Kaii ft    Island    Chil
giving   a   grand    ball
night   in   the   gymnasium  of   the land was ir, 1,��� :,rul,
club.   It is for members and their survived
mire-
Was Senior Judge of County of
Ontario���Appointed Eleven
Yraes Ago.
Whitby.  June  28.-���Judge   Neil
McCrimmon, Senior Judge of On-
Itario County, has passed away
w
Judge
was   appointee!   Senior   Judge
Ontario County in 1900.
Judge McCrimmon was bom at
t..morrow iYankk-ek Hill, Glengarry county,
year.    He is
by   a   witlow   anel   two
ladies and specially Invited guests. |daughters, Margaret and Helen.
NATURAL RESOURCES
SECURITY COMPANY, Ltd.
PAID UP CAPITAL $250,000
-OFFEB   FOIt SALE���
Farm and Fruit Lands
���JOINT OWNERS  ANn SOLE AOENT8 OF-
Fort George Townsite Massett Townsite
HEAD OFFICE:- 60B BOWER BUILDING, VANCOUVER, B.C.
Local Office:
Police Notice
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up
to 5 p.m. June 26, 1911. for the supplying of Police
Uniforms, helmets snd c.ps. Ssmples of cloth
lo be submitted to the Chief of Police st once .nd
full p.rtlcul.rs obtained from him.
ERNEST A. WOODS,
June 20. 1��11 Clerk of Police Board
140-142
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Edmonttin, June 29.���Mr. R. I..
Borden and party of Conservative
orators had an enthusiastic reception here last night, a procession
a mile long with bands greeting the
party.
In addressing the meeting on
reciprocity afterwards, Mr. Borden
said: "This in my opinion is just
as gooel a country as any other.
Let us do everything we e-an to
build it up, instead of sending
our prexlucts to the United States."
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
2nd Ave., next to old office of Optimist, aell only
STOKES* ICE CREAM
Best made in .Seattle. Fruit and Candy, wholesale and Retail. Look for flash altrr. et night.
SAM COWEN, Proprietor Phone 860
F. W. HART
UHtiKBTAKg*       2nd Ave. and f,th St.
Oeorge narrle, siperiencwl
riioss 62
Eintsslmer, Msnsger
PAY oa NiailT
Give Us A Chance
We, the City Scovenging Company for Prince Rupert for the
past year, have been refused a
license which has been given to
Mr. Weston, and we understand
he intends to charge 50c per
week which will be $i!.00 per
month. We are satisfied to do
same for $1.25 per month. Why
not give us a chance? J, Neik,
M. Welcoff, F. D. Hary.
LADY   LAURIER   BEREAVED
Her Aged Father Died in Montreal   This   Morning
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Montreal, June 29.���Mr. G. N.
R. Lafontaine, the father of Lady
Laurier passed away at bis nsi-
de'iie-e in Montreal this morning.
Mr. [*afontaine was in his ninety-
fifth year.
Orchestra on Sunday
Ensign Johnstone of the Salvation Army announces that the
Prince Rupert Orchestra has consented to play for them again on
Sunday night. An interesting programme is assured.
NEVER AGAIN," SAYS BOB
Bobby Leach Almost Lost His
Life in the Niagara Whirlpool
Yesterday
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Niagara Falls, June 29.���To
phase the crowds of 150,0(10 peopll
who had gathered lure i<> see
Lincoln Beachey 11 y over tie fall-
Bobby Leach who has several
limes passeel through the rapid-
ill his famous barrel, performed
the trick once again.
He was hurled about, the barrel
sucked under by the undertow, anil
had so narrow an escape from
drowning in the whirlpool, that lie
announced after it was over that
he would never risk his life by
attempting the feat again. Several
times he was given up for lost
during the hazardous trip.
INSERT YOUR LAND PURCHASE
NOTICES IN THE
NEWS
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skeana Und District���DUtrict ol Casslsr
Tske notice thst I, Alfred Kyta ol Prince IU-
pert.   II.   C,   occupstlon   electrtclso,   intend   w
���pply  for  permission to purchsss to. following
doscribsd land.: a .
Commencing .t . poat plinted .bout BO. IE*"
mllea aouth ol the lorks ol tb. White snd 1 "l
rlvsrs. thene. 80 chains loutb, thenca till clisins
esst, thsnea  80 chslns north,  llimice  80 chsins
Dsled April 18, 1911.
Pub. May 13.
ALFRED KYTK
Francis S. Praston, Agent
All number, of th. I.O.O.F. (visiting Urcthern
Includ*.!) .re earnestly reoue.led to meet nt the
hall on Tueaday. July Ith .1 7.30 p.m. for the pur-
Pom of h.vlng a photograph tsken.
Irnme.lini.-lv kfter this the installation of newly
elected officers will tske place.
O.S.JOHNSTONE. N.G.
itt-wl U. U. MORTON. Rac-SM.
Skeen. Land District���District ot Cssslsr
Tsks notice that I, James Millar Johnston
Si.'wan, B. C. occupation .torekeepcr, inland M
���pply  lor permission to  purchsa. tbe  followim!
described  Ian,is: ..
Commencing at a post planted .bout ono niiio
north Irom tho Naas river snd sbout nine mil**,
sbove tho forks ol ths Nsss rlvsr, thencu north n<
chsins, thence west 80 clisins, thence south -'
chsins, thonce esst 80 chains to point ot commencement, contsining 640 seres mora or loss.
JAMES MILLAR JOHNSTON
Dsled March 21, 1911. Frank Sidney Wright, Aft
Pub. May 17
Skeen. Land District���District ol Cssslsr
Tsk. notion that I,  Bertie  Edwin   Bsdger [o!
Stewart,  11.  C, occupstlon plurabor,  Intend  to
spply  lor permission to purchase  the (ollowing
described lands: r"
Commencing st s post plsnted sbout one mile
north ol the N.ss river snd sbout seven mile,
sbove th. (orks ol the Nsss River upstream,
thence north 80 chslns, thence esst 80 chsins,
thencs south 80 chslns, thenca wast 80 chsins to
point ol commencement containing 640 acres
mors or less.
_      , BERTIE EDWIN BADGfcK
Dsted Msrch 23. 1911.   Frank Sidney Wright, Agt
Pub. May 17.
mi. THE    DAILY   NEWS
The Daily News
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
Published by tha Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
DAILY AND WEEKLY
SUBSCRIPTION RATES-Daily, 50c per month, or $5.00 per year, in advance.
Weekly, $2.00 per year. Outside Cahada-Daily, $8.00 per year; Weekly,
$2.60 per year, strictly in advance.
TRANSIENT DISPLAY ADVERTISING-50 cents per inch. Contract rates
on application.
HEAD OFFICE
Daily News Building, Third Ave., Prince Rupert, B. C.   Telephone 98.
BRANCH OFFICES AND AGENCIES
New YoRK-National Newspaper Bureau, 219 East 23rd St., New York City.
Seattle - Puget Sound News Co.
London, ENGLAND-The Clougher Syndicate, Grand Trunk Building, Trafalgar
Square.
"The newspaper, with the law, should assume the accused innocent
until proven guilty; Bhould be the friend, not the enemy of the
general public; the defender, not the invader of private life and
the assailant of personal character. It should be, as it were, a
keeper of the public conscience." ���Henry' Watterson.
Daily Edition.
Friday, June 30
VITAL PROBLEMS THAT MUST BE FACED
When Dr. J. A. Macdonald of the Toronto Globe is announccel
to speak one looks for something worth while. Recently he addressed
the Canadian Club in Toronto on the above topic and tendered a good
deal of food for thought.
The best argument for restriction of immigration that we have
heard was presented by Dr. Macdonald. The greatest danger in
immigration, said the Doctor, was not ignorance or poverty, or physical
disability. These might all be remedied. But immigrants belonging
to races whose whole history was a contradictiein of democracy, no
matter what their intelligence or alertness, were a danger against
which Canada's doors should be safely guarded; not because the
labor market was e-ongesttd, not liecause of any theory of "Canada
for Canadians," not because Canadians boasted superiority to the
Oriental or other races. The people of Canada dare not put up such
bars; they would not be recognized in the judgment hall of the nations.
But the supreme right of a self governing natiem to protect the sources
of its governmental authority and to maintain the foundations of
its national life, was recognized in every civilization, and the exercise
of that right was without offence to any civilizeel people.
But worse lhan the foreigner, in Dr. Macdonald'i opinion, was
the man who purchased his vote, ar.d still one degree worse was the
selfish man among intelligent anil prosperous citizens whose attitude
towards public policy was determined by what there might be in
il of stlri>h gain for himself, or the superior person who talked about
the best people but abstained from all share in political campaigns
and denied all responsibility for the government of the city or the
country.
Mr. Macdonald deplored the lack in the Canadian Government
of a national ideal such as that of the Government of New Zealand.
of heaven. And even then my courage would not be equal to the
daring did I not know that the outraged editor of the News is some
thousands of miles away.   Let me explain:
The Single Tax means the- abolition of all taxation upon the work
of men's hands. It does not mean merely the removal of local taxation
from buildings and other improvements but signifies much more.
The Single Tax is a single tax. Although all local taxation be
levied upon the value of the land alone if national or Mate revenue
is still raised upon oilier things that is not the Single Tax. A man
is not a teetotaler who drinks whisky only at meals; he may eat most
of the day. Anel so if local taxation only is levied on a just basis ii
will not be- long till the children of privilege engineer many local charges
on to the national revenue.
When a people does attain to the Single Tax there will be but
one transaction so far as concerns the individual. The charge will
be levied by each local authority upon the value of all land within
its jurisdiction. Then in turn the local authorities will contribute
to the state exchequer; and the assessment of a local authority will
be simply the sum total of all assessments in its district. This means,
in addition to the freeing of buildings, machinery, farm drainage
anel steading, mining plant, etc., from local charges, the abolition
of all customs duties, all excise, all income taxation, all carriage licenses;
of all taxation on railway tickets, on receipts and cheques; of all
stamp duties on eleeds, agreements, conveyancing of land and fixed
property, etc. There would cease to be taxation on a man's petrol
and a child's sugar stick.
If it is foolish to tax hou-.es as they give shelter and their erection
gives employment so must it be foolish to tax tea which comfort, some
people ar.d employs others to handle it. If it is absurd to put local
taxation on fixed machinery is it not equally absurd t>. put state
taxation on cheques anel deeds which are but part of the machinery
of commerce?
Having thus proved that the Single Tax is a single tax it now
remains to be shown that the Single Tax is really not a tax at all.
This may be an Irishism but if any object on that account let him
remember there is wit in Irishisms. The paradox is but a teeming
one for when it is realised that the value of land is not produced by
individuals as such bui by ihe community as a whole then it is seen
that to take this value���the whole of this value and nothing but ibis
value���for both state antl local purposes is not, properly speaking,
taxation. It is a rent charge upon those people who are l> ft in unelis-
turbed possession of portions of a value which is entircl) elm- to the
presence eif the population. The word "Tax" is useel lor convenience.
The people can hardly resume their right at a stroke. It will be done
gradually and the. present systems of taxation aholishid at the same
rate. For this the existing machinery of the tax offices will In- etnployitl
and so use of the term "Tax" is not only excusable, it can be jiistili.d,
it is concise and readily convey.- what is meant to an enquirer.
The Single Tax means privilege for none anel equal opportunity
for all.
Prince Rupert is to be congratulated as a local authority doing
its share towards that ideal. And the Prince Ruprt Daily News
deserves the thanks of all true reformers for its eid.irs.ment of the
policy.
In a further article, if 1 am allowed, I 1io|h- to gi\e it-, readers
some examples of the anomalies, amusing and serious they are sp.ir.il,
but which are rife in Great Britain under a system that taxes 8 man
on his industry and improvements, uwrlookiK-g- him. however, if he
the objective of "giving every citizen adequate access to opjiortunity
and enabling all the people to enjoy the rewards of honest lives of keeps men ielle by keeping idle land.
useful ervice."  In Canada, the Doctor intimated that the Government
do not le-ad public opinion;   they follow.   They yield to clamor here
and coercion there.   They are subject to thc strongest pressure and
move alemg the lines of least resistance.   That never makes for freedom
and stability.
What is conserved for thc peeiple here is lost by giving away
some franchise rights there.   Education for useful service is thwarted'
by the access to opportunity being blocked  by special privileges. Seven Conciliation Boards In-
WILLIAM NOBLE
Hon. Secy of Land Values League
j
SEVEN LABOR
DISPUTES ON
quire into Disputes Between
Companies and Employees���
All Deal with Wages and Conditions of Employment
Advantages which the God of Nations lavished without stint, in
the soil, in the stream, in the mine, in the waterpower, in the forest,
have been alienated from the people to make a few millionaires. The
question which needs to be put to thc men of wealth and which will
be put in the new day of just dealing, is not. "how much money have
you got:-" but. "how did you get It?" At tne present time seven boards
The problems that  Dr.  Macdonald  propounded  for the  men Lf  conciliation  and   investigation
of the Canadian Club of Toronto, might without alteration be applied under the Industrial Disputes A<; *"*"'
to the men of thc Canadian clubs of British Columbia.                          art. jn session in Canada, dealing
                                           with thc following disputes:
FREE
EMPLOYMENT
orncz   :
For all kinds of help, cooks,
waiters, dishwashers, hotel porters, all kinds of laborers or mechanics, call up
Phone No. 178
or call at the
Grand Hold Fret Employme-m  Office
Headquarters for cooks a waiters
CHING CHING BORDEN, THE CHINESE ECONOMIST
Western Coal Operators' Assod-
  ation and employees,  relative  to
At last Mr. Borden has come to thc final resort of the opponent conditions of cmploymmt of coal ���
of reciprocity. He has followed the example of Hon. George E. Foster m,nt:rs in ���*���*���* *'f AH*"" a''(1
and Sir Charles Hibbert Tiipper, flung reas.ni to the winds and made British Columbia.
an unraasoned appeal to the electors at Edmonton. "This is as good' Oreat Northwestern Telegraph
a country as any. Let us do everything we can lo build it up. instead Company of Canada and tclcgra-
..f sending our products to tin- United Stuns." are the wotds which P"*��� relative to wages, conditions
wen- telegraphed all over the Dominion yesterday as a rallying call "f onployment snd alleged dls-
to the laggards. crimination   against   certain   em-
Mr. Borden presents a spectacle oi an economist clearly off his P1")"*- members ol the Commer-
head.   He would build up Canada by r. fusing to sell Canadian products cial Telegraphers'  Union of Am-
to its neighbors.       This   is   lhe   limit of absurdity.   It could only tr''-'
be paralleled by a tradesman deciding to build up his business by     J1"'1" Ritchie Co., Ltd., Wm. A.
refusing to sell anything to his CUStomi rs. Marsh. ('.... Ltd., Gate Bros, and
H"w  would  this advice of  the Conservative leader work out  J' NI   S,",KJ- l!0*'' and -*0" m*n'
for Prince  Rupert.    We have enormous fisheries at our doors, an -dactUieiS   of   Quebec,   and   cm-
industry that could give employment to fifty thousand men.   The P>0>ree,> relative to wages.
people of the t'nited States want our fish to cat.   They will give us:    Hudson Bay Minings Co., Ltd.,
money in return for it.   The Liberal Government by its reciprocity Gowganda, Out., and employees,
proposall is seeking to have thc cent a pound tax removed from fish,  relative   to   wages   and   included
mi U to open up the market in lhe United States to the British Col- r"arge for board,
umbian fisherman. |    Canadian   Northern   Coal   and
And Mr. Borden requests the fishermen of British Columbia to|0rc ,),H'k r" ��� ������"' ��� P"'' Arthur,
build  up the country, by refusing to sell this fish to the United States. |aml employees, relative to wages
Th.- Mine illustration can Ire- applied to the lumber, the wheat and'a,'<i alllKl(l discrimination against
the fruit inelustrit I,   If the Borden idea of economics is correct, I'ngava   memberi Of Union,
and Mackenzie should be the best built up provinces of Canada, for
liny sdl hast to the I'nited States.
It looks as if adversity or desperation had affected Mr. Borden's
ability to discriminate lietween tense anel nonsense.
\ Rochester tv
t.r     Monroe
Ladysmith
L.      ' ���' Coal
Pmoneiis
BOWLING, '=
I Alley. 7 Tables.    A stood eser*
rise.   Aelesn.port,   Lavliesever,
afternoon.    Newman Block, be-
lateen 6th ami till St.
TED Morrison,    Proprietor .nd Mana.er
I>��>**4444<4<4<4*t4a4ieea<44��l
A Letter from Far A way England
THE SINGLE TAX A SINGLE TAX
Liverpool, England.
June 10th, It).,
Fort William and electrical workers
relative to wages anil hours.
The City of Edmonton, Alberta,
anel electrical workers, relative to
wages and conditions of employ*
nient.
==E.   EBY   ft*.   Co.=s
I: I-" a I.  ESTATE
Kiuumkalurn Land For Sale
KIT -I'MK VI t   M . D.  C.
Utile's NEWS Agency
Magaxines :: Periodical. :: Newspaper*
CIGARS   ::  TOBACCOS  ::   FRUITf-
G.T.P. WHARF
S��� _ ��� ���   ,       , J"1"" lU'h, lull
it wS Si m te- :;��� .ft ?hv 9ir*Tax nrtl thc !5rrMmt"
Mav i-.ii, ,        W,Ur m *��� P'��1W K".*'1 ,)aily N��*s of,
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SAVOY HOTEL
Kraser and Flf Hi Street. The only hotel
In town with hot snrl cold wster In rooms.
Heat furnished house north ���f Vaneouver.
Rooms doc up. I'hone 87; P.O. Bos 129.
rRumiostHK a fisiirr Proprietors
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imply that an editor is not Infallible in h
impiety which would seem lo
While giving ink to this horrible
J in his own newspaper, 1  am
guarding my head with both hands, as well a8 may i*., ,rom thc wrath
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CHINA DECIDES FOR
RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT
After Countless Centuries of Autocracy, the Proudest
and Most Conservative Nation in the World
Follows Western Examples
made up of the ten presidents of
the existing boarda, which pass out
nl existence with the advent of
the order, This making-over of
die Government into new divisions
will necessitate a huge amount
nf reorganization! sn six eminent
viceroys have- hern appointed a
conciliating board te> act jointly
with the- Cabinet In rc-e-;>stiiin the
system nf the provinces, of which
up to the present there- have been
eighteen. A Privy Council has
been created with Lu Jun-Hsiang
ns president. It is patterned after
the corresponding body in Japan
but its duties have not yet been
defined. The creation of the- Cabinet has brought to an end the
Bureau of Constitutional Reform.
To the student of history, the
most enthralling consideration in
connection with the change is its
possible effect upon the future,
not of the Chinese race only, but
the world. It requires but Blight
reasoning to reach the conclusion
that the vast population, backed
up by a country of over 5,000,000
square miles, a thirtl part eif the
continent of which it is a part, and
a tenth of the habitable globe,
will exercise a profound influence
when the true awakening has
come. The Chinese have shown
that they possess faculties of adaptation, to conceive which one.
has but to reflect that a reform
of the army was undertaken in
1002, which, providing for die
Importation of many Japanese and
other officers, was designed to
lead to an army consisting of
28,000 officers anel 480,000 men,
w. II trained, and all the recognized
divisions, including infantry, artillery, cavalry and engineers, in
1018, when the reorganization is
to be completed. It is true that
the Chinese have been, for the
most of the-ir long history, a peace-
loving  race-,  and  that   they  have
earned a reputation for timidness
as a result, but with a modern
university in Hong Kong, founded
in 1000 through the efforts of a
British Governor, with the English,
French, German, Japanese and
Russian languages taught by capable European professors, and,
what is the most valuable asset
of all, the example of Japan, whose
reorganisation Started almost during the present generation, had
sue-h a splendid vindication in
the war with Russia. Western
knowledge and methods will soon
lie a national possession, bringing
in their train a national s lf-con-
fule-ncc which is a sure outcome
of the ownership of the most
modern anel effective machinery,
armaments and methods,
Anel when that does come what
will be' the result? It is impossible
to predict with certainty. Indications may be drawn from the
derisive-   assertion   by   that   other
nation which turned to Western
iele-als of her right lo be regarded
as a nation of the first e-lass.
(Colonial Press Despatch)
China   to   have   a   responsible
government!
When a few elays ago the ,ie-ws
was flashed aereiss thi' cable's from
IVkin that the Prince Re-ge-nt had
issue-el an imperial t-elict which
substituted a responsible cabinet
modelled on Western lines for the
indent Grand Council ami Grand
Secretariat, students of political
economy, historians and Btudents
of history, archaeologists and re-ailing men of a reflective turn of
mind, rubbed the-ir eyes, and pinched themselves, so to >,pe-ak,
io ascertain whether they were
re'ally awake. To thousands lhe
first thought that followed the
perusal of the- elespatch must have
been that it was the opening act
in an Oriental nation-building programme, or nation-rebuilding programme, to In- more correct, of
a potential magnitude similar to
that which about half a century
ago started Japan on thc marvellous course of civilization which
has   rendered   her  a   first   rate
power with  a  swiftness  till   then
unrecorded. The move of the
Prince Regent raises speculation
as to whether the rise nf China
will be as rapid as that of her
neighbor, for de-spite the fact that
the- Chinese' arc of the same e-olor
us  the  Ja|iaiiese,  there are vital
differences between the- two races,
as a careful stuely of the town types
of faces will show. Whatever the
Outcome may Ik-, it remains that
lhe first ste-p has Ire-en taken, which
means that the "Sons of Han,"
as ilu- Chinese call themselves,
have   partly   turned   their   backs
upon  the unnumbered  centuries
which lie licliinil them recking of
tradition.
Prince Ching, the First
It seems ixltl to lie-ar references
to the "Premier of China," but
she has one now. Prince Ching
is the one who will go down to
history as the first man to whom
the title has been applied. He
has two satellites who will be
known as "Vie-c Premiere." Na
Tung and Hsu ShUi have been
Chosen   to  act   as   these-   officials.
The remainder of the Cabinet is
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The following properties will be sold en block, or separately
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SECTION ONE
Block
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11
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1-2-3-4-5-6 19
9-10 20
22 34
21-22 34
1-2 27
SECTION ONE SECTION ONE
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and property, wc lender our services at a very moderate charge.
The vault is absolutely fire proof and the door which weighs
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This company will take entire charge
of real estate in the absence of the owner
or for those who wish to lie rclie-vcel of the
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making repairs, looking after insurance
anel taking all the trouble eiff  thc owners'
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Members of the Prince Rupert Real
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A general Insurance Imsinesss transacted.
Deposits received payable on demand. Interest allowed at the rate of 4
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Executing all deeds, discharges, etc., also for bond issues of
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GREENER'S
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best BUD*-! l.re.-n-
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ANOTHER WHALER
IS LAUNCHED
The Steamer Moran Leaves the
Stocks at Seattle -Will Enter
Canadian Service.
...Whites Portland Cement...
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EMMERSON
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Phone 125       Naden Block       Second Ave
PRINCE RUPERT INN
AND
ANNEX
Owned and operated by the
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway on
the American and European plan.
Excellently furnished, with
steam heat, electric light, and all
modern conveniences, being absolutely rirst-class in every respect.
The appointments and service
are equal to any hotel on the
coast.
Rales: $1 lo $3.50 per day.
G. A. Sweet, Manager.
The new steam whaler Moran
has been successfully launched
from the yards of the Moran ship
building company at Seattle.
The Moran is a sister vessel to
the Patereon, which was launched
last Saturday. She was built for
the Canadian North Pacific Fisheries company, of Vancouver, of
which Dr. !-��� Risnuiller, of Victoria, is the head. She is an
oil-burning vessel with a large
cruising ratlins .uid will be ablt
to follow schools of whales for a
long distance. The vessel is 96
feet long, with 18 feet beam and
has a depth of 11.8 fe-et.
The Moran and the Patereon
will earn.' the most modern equipment for harpooning whales, floating them and moving them to the
whaling stations. Each vessel c.ir-
rics in her bow a harpoon gin-
shooting a harpoon carrying an
explosive charge. They also will
have pumps with which to till the
whale carcasses with air in oreler
that tiny may be floated to the
stations.
Church Services
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
.���-.ervices every Sunday in the
I '.'.lpi! >- lb.-.iti,    11 a.m.  und
7 30 p.m.     Sunday   School und
t.ibl* Class at ISO p. m.
K1V  K  W. KKRR. M.A.. I'ASTOH
THE   FIRST   BAI��T1ST   CHURCH
fhaskh am> six in sritir.r
Service*  every Sunday at 11
a.m. and T.3U p.m.      Sunday
School   2.30   p. m.        Uarnca
HiMe Class 2.30 p.m.
KKV. W. II. McLEOD H.A D.D.    Tahtor
THE FIRST MFTHoDIST CHURCH
UtrrWKEN CKNTRE ST. AND 2nd AVK.
Service* every Sunday at   11
ii m.   ami T.30 p.m.    Sunday
School at 2.30 p.m.
REV. C. R. SING. B.D. Pastor
SALVATION   ARMY CITADEL
TOP OV SIXTH   STREET
Sunday Service* 11
a m . 3 p. m., !> p.m.
Sunday School 1.30 p.
m. Public Servie**
Monday. Wednesday.
Thursday. Saturday at
I p.m. Everybody welcome.
ENSIGN JOHNSTONE. Cut..; officer
LAND PUKCHASE NOTICE
LUMBER MERGER FILED
lTHERoyal Hotel
Cor. Third Avenue and Sixth St.
r
The Finest Rooms.
The best equipped
and steam heated.
Hot and cold batht.
Dining room and
restaurant
j
| Corley & Burgess. Props f
The $5,000,000 Canadian and
Puget Sound Lumber Co.
of B. C.
Grand Rapids, Mich.. June 27.��� I
A   $5,000,000  merger  of  lumber
interests in  British  Columbia, in
which   Grans   Rapids   capital   is
largely   interested,  h.is just  been
e-ompleied here.   By the merging
of the holdings of the Michigan-'
Pacific Lumber Company, with a
capital   of   $1,500,000,   and   thc
Michigan-Puget Nmr.d Lumber
Company, with a capital of tl,.
000.000.  both   Michigan corporations there was formed the Canadian ar.d  Puget Sound Lumber
Ceimpany   of   British   Columbia,
with headquarters at Victoria, B.'
C, where papers have bier, riled.
' The president is Charles VV. Liken
of Sebewaing. Mich., the secretary
Orla B. Taylor, Detroit, the treasurer Guy  S.   Br. wn  of Victoris:
Directors,   Dudley    B.   Waters.
|  Grand Rapids. Chairman.
HAVE YOU SEEN OUR
New Dresses
New Hats ..
Dress Goods ���
?
It would be worth your while to
call and st-e what we have just
received from the shrines of
fa��hion.      :     :     :     :     :     :
MRS. S. FRIZZELL
Siatb Slr**l
Phon* Rla.k  IS-t
Ska-jus Und Dl.lrlct-Uisu.cl ol lossl 111 >*��,��
Tsks nolle, tbil  1.  Frank  Hick, ol  I ort M
alngton,  occupation   nisrclisni,   intend  ���'  ��JgJJ
lor uumUsion: o purchase llic liWOWittl d��-*crio*.i
Commencing st a post planted >'" J"" ���?"*,
ln.nk ol Ih. Ischunisiks liner .nJ abuul I���
mils. Irom Iu conilu.-iico Willi tne M80B8 ��"��'
llii-i.c, Mi chains vv.-l. thenc.' 8. <lM"' '.'' ,,'
ihonc HO chsin. �����,t, ih.ncc .oulh W.���J���
to point ol curaincnceiiieiil, coiiuninnl ">" ��"���
mor. or lass.   mi-lffl
Dated April 21, 1911. PRANK In-**
Pub. April Jl'
Skeen. Land District -ln.iri.-i ol <-;>�����'
Tsk. nouc thst William M-i-.--*�� f ,\"~f.
(or permission to purchas.- tas M*S>M| Ub**"-"
Commsnclng .1 a poal plained si th. ��"uth*"
cornsr, III chslns norlli si���l 10 rtalaa ��.' '��� | >��'
oortheasl corner ol Lol 111'. ��'"'���'��� ""2ft
t'OBBl DUtrict, Ksii.'c i. tiiB-i-.c ��0 cbsuia *asl
thsnes ou chains   Sorth,  U* '������ "WJ*
Ih.nc .10 chain, aoulh 10 post al euiiimcr.reiu.lil
containing M0 acre, mors er l.a-a. -rivlaui
Dated May 2, 1911.     W II.I.IAN1 A. Mel A\ tell
I'ub. May 6. had W, Bel**, Ag.nt
Sksana Und District-District o! Coaal;BuglI .
Tak. nolle* lh,l Grace McTiva.li. ol VaSMaW,
II. 0, occupation married STOBU, awrfs MaMIS,
lor p*rTOu��lou to purchas* tba '-������ ���"'������* de*rrib*d
la tills; .
Comm.ncini at a posl plantar] -' *��� "��i����
corn*r 100 chain, cast anJ Jo cnsin. north ol
lbs northeast corn.-.- ol Let HIS, ilirv>' s surv.v.
tovssl DUlrict,  lUng* 6, l**����08  M> W? '"*
theac. so ch.in. norm, lbs .'���   IS chains MSt,
lh.no. 60 cb.in. suum to pot ol comm.iicomci.i
containing 320 seres moreen.-���������      .  .,_...._,,
Il.t*d Bu 2, 1811 iilvAll. MflAUM
Pub. M.v 6. r'reJ W. Uoblsr. (afMl
Sks.n. laud DUtrlct -District ol C��.i*r
T.k. nolle* tbst  I. Jam.* Dunlop ol 1-ruic.
Kugsan,   B.   C,   occuualwn  l*aiusl*r,   MM  tv
���pply lor iwmiasiv.i. M l -���- "��* <n�� lv''1-"""!
dBacnhcsl Isnds: 1���
I Comrasnelni at ��� iwst plar.l.al shout t*o n-.uc.
] soulb ol th. lorks ol th* Whit, .nd list rivers.
ihsnc north Ml chslns, tnsr.c* **" SO chsins,
1 thsne. south Ml chillis, tbMOl ..ui ��J ."���*'";.���, __
, D.tcd AprU lo, Ikll. JAMts Ol SUM
Pub. M.v  13. Frsr.cis S. l-r��ston. Ag.nl
'    Skaana Und Dlstriet-Dlsuicl ot e'sjslar
i Tik. nolle, thai   I.  M.r)   Crin ol si��**rt,
! H. Ca, occupation marrssd woman. inl��nd M sill)
' lor larn.iML.n to purchsss th* (oLOBlng     - '   -al
I iBhoi
Commencing .1 . post plsnted i��o ���'-' Jtiil*.
I HUlh an.! i2l isro mils. ��*st ol tt.* lorks ol tb*
��� Wbil* snd  Kbit rl��rs, lb��ne�� to ehtli. north.
thene* ��0 chains *��st, thsne. so chaina aoutb
thane* so chain, .an.        ..,.,..
Dawd AprU 20. l��ll. M.IR1   lAhlN
Pub. May 13. Francis S. Prsston. Agwt
Skrrns Und DUlrict-DlstrKt ol Coa��
Tsk.  cone*  tlsl   1.  YNltUam  Me.vi.1.  i orl*>
ol   Toronto,   Ontaiio.   occuiation   clerk,   inlsnd
to >pi.|> lor t*r>.ds,>:. to pachas* th. loUowing
draentasd is-..Is.
Comnwncing .1 . i-j.1 llsr.ted .t lh. oorthBest
e-irn��r ol Lol JOo.-, Raag 4. Coast Diatnct. thsne*
��� ui 60 chuns, th.nc north 10 chains. Ihshc. *ssl
.0 chain, to Hsi's Otto slough. th*nc* along
alough *oulh��rli io point ot co:am.nr*m��nt, con-
taimng 160 aens nor* vr las.
u',rtA^ViiiuAM MLLv.Lu. ooaun
Pub. April t��.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
BkMU 1:"- i I'-sin.-t     Putrii-t o| Coast HanKe
Tuke i-.i'iuv lhat Mary  Ucatoti tjilderaloeve of
\ ii-'.i'iu,  11. C, occupation houit��kiM,iH>r, Intcndr ;
to itiMily (or pi-r;i:iv-iiiiii to purchtu�� the following
diver toed landt:
i 'lUiiii > i.i-ii'k. at a post planted at tbe southwval
cornvr ol l.ot 000, Kange b, Cout *.>*str.c.,thence'
>o chuina -tuutli theiiM 41) chains   east, theuce 60 \
cliulna north, thenc*.* 40 chains weat to point  uf ;
uniincnct'itient, cuntainliig 'A20 acres more or leas.   .
LAND  PURCHASE NOTICE
aumkuium, occuputiuu furmur, inlend to apply
lor iH'.i:...- ..'n to purchii.se tiiu followng dtincriuoel
Conitm-ncing ai u piut piunted .u the tmrUii'.ut
corner ol Lot Mb2, tlit-ncv i-.i-.t 2o chains, Uionua
south  40 chains,  mencw wost   "' -���*.�����
north 40 chuina t>< plsce oiconiimmCoiiiSnl
Uat*nJ March L\ lyll. 	
1'iiii April lb.
20 chans, thonce
....itincemant-
juiiN BBPBUBN
Paled AprU 17. 1911.
Tub. May 6.
Skeena L**nd District���Ptstrict of Coast
Take notice that trod  W.  Uohler ol  Kaiuuni-
i........ uccupatiun farmer, intends to  apply   fur
,-,;..-..!.>:.  io  purchase  tne   (ollowing   described ,
lands;
Commencing at  a pan planted at  lhe  north- i
iu��t corner ul      V   .\lcLeu-d s pre-emption, tbence |
20 chains south, ihencu w cbaina east, tbence %Q
cnains north, tbenos  10 cbains west  to  post   ol '
commencement txintaiuins -0 acros more or lass.
Pated AprU 10, WU.  KlUtiUKlCli W. BOHLBB
Tub. AprU 22. Krad Hampton. Ag��U
Skeena Land Pistnet^Ptatrict of Coast Kange b
taka nouca lhat I, Uonetl Ivingsley ol \ancou-
r,  li. CL occupation   miner,  intend  to apply
(or permission to purchase the (ollowing  :."cntn��.
anus;
Comm��nani[ it a post planteed nuar the south-
k\eat corner oi Lot 00'i, Kang�� b. Coast   Pis Inc.
Uisuce wM>t  40 cbaina,  thence south tiO chains,
ti.ence east 40 cbaina, iheiiiv norm 00 cmuns to
point of commencemeiiL
Pai4td .MarchM. lyll.       LIONEL KlN\iSLt:Y
l\ib. Ai-ril a.
>fcw:;�� .Land DUtrict-��� District of.Coast lUn^e b
Take note* Utmi 1, John l.an 1'vusrsof I'rinca
Kupert, li. C, occupat on clerk. mt**nd to  -;,.- ,
lor ptrniisaion to purchase tbe (ollom.ng   ;. - ..i i-J
ands:
Commeocini at a post planted about threu an
one-bal( milea distant a a south westerly . rvct un
Irum a blind alough (rom Ubservator) 1:<U'. -...em
-:.*��� same touchea tba lnulan Keser.e, tt.ence
��vai mj cbains, thenca north t>0 cbaii.>, u.<-nce
east bO cbaina, thtr.ee> south mi chains to point o
commencement, containing t>40 acre* more or 1��h
Pated April 14, UU. JUiiN  l\AN  P*ST*��KS
i'ub. May U.
Sktena Land DUtrict���District o( Coast ���������������*��� V
FtUtJ notice that 1. J. Lorne .Macl^ren ul*
l :.: . - Rupert, B.C., occupation real MtttaJ igtttl
intends to apply for po-rmission tu ptffdUM Uu
follow inv dMcribsid lands:
l      in?ncing; at a post planted 4" chains west j
and ���* cnams aouth of the aouthwttt corner of
lot ITad. vicinity of Lakelse Lake, and .!.,.-r. : J.I
L. MacLaren's nortwest txirner, tnence east mj 1
chaina. thane* aouth 40 chains, tbence west BO
chains, thence north 40 chains to point of com* I
mencement, contain.n��r oA> acres mere or less.
J. LOKNE MacLAKLS
Geo. K. Putnam. Agent
Date May��� ill. lyll
Hub. June 16. lyll
Skeena Land District*-District of Oout Kan��re :.
Coast District
Take notice that Wm. Laajfaj of Sapperton. B,C
occupation (Jovernment tjuard. intenus to apply
for permission to purchase the follow ...i? descnti-
���dUnds;
Commencing- at a post psthUd 40 chains west
and l2o chains south of tne MatiHaTMt corner of lot
No l?.s>. range .. coastuis*:u't,marK��M Wm.Lealtr,
N.W. corner, thence south 4*- cnains. thence east
tv chains, thence north 4v chains, thence west *-���
chains to pv-st of comniencviuei.w, c- r;u.t.ing j.V
acre- m��>re or lesa,
WM. LfcSLlr.
T. D. Lairu. Agent
is keens Laud Putrl Jt   Putrict o( Caaslar
Tiki  nonce  that 1,  ferry  gueenau at  FrinCa
Kupvrt,  it. i ., occupauon prospecior, inland lu
apply  lor  |wiiilfcsllim  to  purchase  the  loUuwing
Ctiuuieiicing ul u poal planted in the vlcimiy
ol uoosf Urn), ..:���... u.roe-eights ol a mile aoutb
ol tbe niouin of ii.i Uinatwa Creek, and Iming
on Un. NlMtb bounuur> ot Timber Limit No.
sWaiM wr ao. iMWL ttu'tice nouib 40 chaini along
uie aajtarly .mm ul .-.., i lunber Limit No. .lo-ttl
ur No JaCaO 40 ehaiiot, thence cant io ihe shop) ul
iioure bay, a uuluncv of 40 ctiains mure ur leiu,
tneuce nurUacrly along tbe shuru nl Cooau liay
*i' ciisuw tiion- or less, ttiutice wusierly 40 chains
more at teas to point if coiniiienceuieut, containing
liiy ucres moio or Im, *
Psicu March 7, tyil. I'1.KKV yl'l.fc..V\N
luo. Apru 1.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICeT
Skoona lAiid DUtrlct       ,     , ��� ni r 1
Taka notico that ai- , "" RibhI
couver,   U   C.   occups ,. ,^',i\|
Intends to apply  fur \< ' i[v I'fukil
following diMcribed lands: " 1''*rcll|���� tl
Commencing at a po I in  i          T
from tho southwest cur:   - '   :���ktt|Bjri
chains suulb,  tbence   |0 '   .u*n�� j
chains north, tblnot   10 . r*nw ���
cammnncemunt OOOUlnlng ,
Datod April IT, lyil.
ALK.W
Pub. May 6
���"���Ml to j
" '   ' "-f ur i'^
��� MclKTma I
Skeeni Lund DUlrict -
Take notice thai I.  Per. '   Sffi
of Stewart, 13. C, oooupatj -"-������ u-��**>
apply (or pnurion lo uu ,��� ... -,-,
deacribed Unds: '"  '"MJ
t.'ummencing at  ���  poll .   ,
bank of the Nau.'* river a ���   ..���.,, mjl',
tho forks of tho NtUrivw th. 1"
thonco  west  hO chains,  thi JJ
thence east 80 chain* to p il       j cor
containing 040 acres more ut lau
PERCY FHANt l
Pated Marc   25, 1011.  Prink 8
Pub. May 17.
''"nmi-ntea,
rtr��.ht,A|
Skeeoa Land I in*.net ���DUtrict of Coast Range &
Take notice tut I. Bed Hall Kenr.ey of Yarmouth, No.a Scatia, occupatioa marne4 Mtiir,
intend to apply for permission to purchase tbe   P.t*-J Msrch : th. i:*U
(olloatnc dt����cni>-l lands. 1'.:���-, Apr;. ->*..i. lyll
i'ommenctna; a: a post planted at north eaat
corner of T. L U t -smsU, tr.er.ee rjatir.g west 40   S*Mf*taa Land ...'attiet��� D��:nct of Queen Charlotte
ctains, thenc* north  m* ehalna, there* MM   4. laLan-U
efcaitj, thenee south m) chains to place of com- Taae notice that ueu, iL 4-*x�� J Prir.ce Kupert,
mencement eontair.irg JJo acrea mor* or *���**- B. Ct oeeupauoo baro��r, m'.enis to apply tor
My post U oft aouth east corner of laad applteU rjjsrmisaija to purchaae thsj MMfasf deacribvl
(or. marked tours S. L^ about oa* mile **st of
LAKELSE LANDS
Quarter Section at JS per acre
Quarter Section at lie* per acre.
Quarter Section at $12 per acre.
Uk, Lak.kaa, ���i.th stale ol Mussna user District
ol e'oast Hang, ...
Dat*d Apru s. i��u.   Htu. hau. money
I'ub. Mai 13. John 11....--.,. Ag.ht
Sukl��.Un.Dj:ric-.   Dutnct otC	
Tak. notie U.t i hravusn A Tarro ol >-.ia.-*.
B Ca, occuraatiot evutoms varasjsr. ic-.Mis to app:j
(or psex-aawe w purchu. th* lojowtng drccr.t-*o
land
Commsnetat at a post pUsuxl .bout thr**-
riai*rur> ot a mi. north east lrv.ro .,.ac*sr lu-"*
��nd oc tb. ***i -ar.s ot Stikin* Kivor and on tb.
Quarter Section, improvevi, at $15 per ��uth ���li.'ol ta*~ttouTb'ol . utu en**, una
acre on .rood term. *���*< 10 chains, ihsnc. north 40 chaina. ibsir.
Half l-ectl0!l at c.ci |-i-r acre .   term* of   ��; ��faT.m->ac.iii��-. and coc.air..n*- l.o arna mors
1-3 ca��b and balance in 1 and 2 vearj or km
Dua-d r.b. 10. lill.    CHRISTIAN A. TEHVo
For Rent pubApni
Furnished 4 room House with bath. t\'"  sun. Und DsBtnci-Dsauvet ol Coast Rug, .
per month.
4-room House with bath. $25 month.
3-roorn Flat, down town, with all modern convenience*, ii* per month.
Two Stores on Third Av*.
Taks tvotso. thai I. Uwhlan John atanahan al
VKtona. b. C . i-ct-upatioa laactrr. mind n
anelr lor paBrmkasBM to purchss. th* l. .lowing
dafcnbvd lands:
Cstaua*a*tus> it t poat planted 6S chains soulh
(rom it, souihMst corn*T ol Ut low), ti-te* to
cnains wuih. ihones 10 cnains wast, there, to
chains
, ,                          _            _ chain, north.' tbtnea to chslns aast to point cf
Homes on Easy Terms i��maBV*niv����>*nr, ooeuirx-^ iw **�� mo*. ����� tm*.
_    __.        ���            ���   . .             ,   . L-WCIIL*}. JOHN SHANAHAN
The Prince Rupert Building and In- Dstsd Apru i:. i��n
New
Knox
Hotel
I     WANT THEM PARDONED
Irish Catholics are Striving for
Release of Nolan and Dillon
Dsled AprU 11
i'uh Uu ��
The Prir.ce Rupert Building and Investment Company. Limited, have
several houses in course of construction that can be purchased with small
cash payments and balance in rent.
Call at our office for prospectus and spjiir, tor
terms.
BESNER &  BESNER.   Proprietors
The New K-vot Hotel i, nn n  th* European
flan    Kirat-eia.* a,r\u-e.   A.l the latest M,vd-rn
mpniTerrients. -:- ��� BEDS **: IT
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RVPERT
Windsor Hotel
RRR fcVsBCUl AT EIGHTH w^TREKT
Newly  Furnished and
Steam Heated Rooms
A  FIRST   CLASS BAR   AND   DINING
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATES BO CENTS  AND OT
BATHS   FREE   TO   GUESTS
Montreal, June 28.���That a de-
tennined effort Ih? made to KCUre
the pardon of two Irish Catlutlics.
political prisoners ar.d former cit-
liens of thc United States, who
have now served almost twelve
yt,.n> in the Kingston penitentiary.
wtfs decided at a meeting of all
the Irish Catholic societies of thi>
city. The prisoner* in quest!
arc James Nolan and Luke Dillon
aliai Carl Delman), convicted of
an attempt to blow up the lock
of the Wetland Cinal.
-I.S51RANCE-
 Lasti Distrtct -I>lstrt*t al Casslar
Tart at**! tbat 1, Jobs L. Mltcbsll ot Ffiaca
Rufwrt. B   Cm eccupau*}& booktaepn. l&u&d to
ply tor patrfilMln to parttaas its  toll-.��ia<
k: >-      ��    .��
ComaoatlbJi at a pan pUstad abo*it   i, fiv*
BdimU Udjll Osst Bllt tsjt ot tba toraa of
Comsivncltijl *t a pos*. iKai'.a-l about aoraa
ttulso snpat aiMl oa* nkt�� uiu .'wn toa mouta
ot Staa^ Cftsva. Saian liarear, ttwins soutn 10
canns. uano* *���.��������. H mum, imem nortb >o
COaiAS, t.'ia.-.CnT *ms*. i J ttuu:.s.
!jat��4 Marc.-. IT. lyll. GEO. II. LAI X
NsV ftMS ��� Nisma .v:-..��r��. A��;��fni
Mvsa&a Lat.il Diatrict ��� Dutnct of Coast Rup
Taka twtsct tbat Aoaw Musaaitam o( ITt-c*
l.jpart. B. C.. occupation t..s.Ti������J wotnan, ir.*.tr-i��
to appi> (or psrrnissiwa to p-;cr.ss�� tba fotIov.ii.,.
Commaecajj at a poat planted al a post at th*
sodtbaisft ovrasc. ov cbualns s-a��t frc*n N. L. cornrr
ol Lot Ulb, Har.*>'s >ur*c>. Coast Diatnct,
Haa<a %, tbanc* ems. .lu cbaiu, thanca nvr:i* <U
cbaina, tbeaca ��aat Ao cbains. tb*ac* soutb 2v
ct.ai&a. tba&et asut 20 cbaias. tber.o south *.���
��baita to poiat ol coramenortnent. c*>r,tai^ir.c liv
senss mor* ot .�����*
Datei May 9, 1*11. ANNIE Ml SSALLEV
Tub May 13.
.-*r��t\* Laad District���Dutrict of Casalar
Taa*   fcottc*   tbat   I,   Tbomaa   McMavkla   ot
rnr.c* Kupert. B. C, occupatioa eiera, totaad to
apply  f.-r pvrmiaaMh  to purchas* tb*  lollowit c
^���scnh**! laada:
ConnTsSifeClri at a post planted about tmo miks
soulb of tb* (orka of tb* Wbit* aad Flat n.*rs.
tt-*ac* Dorth  aO cbains,  ther.ce east  &0 chains.
'.ber.c* aoutb bO cbains, tbenc* **st mj chains.
Datod AprU la. Ult.       THOMAS McMEEKIN
Pub. May It. Fraccu B. Prvaton. Af*nt
Skeeu Laa 1 Diatnct - District o( Caspar
Tak* boUC* that 1, Chart** L. Delfrov* of Stow
art li. C, c��CCupatK>a pruap*ct<.>r, t&tvnd to apply
(or p*rrals*>oa to purchas* tb* (oUoatnc d*acrtb*d
.aads
Commenciay: at a putt plant*.) about sit mils*
SkWU UuU Dsirict ���District of Queon Charlott*.
iv-pvrt, b. C, (.ecupatlun huiclicr. inUiiOa lu apply
tor ,.-;.,..v.i-ii io purchiu*! tbe tullowiiii. duscnucU
Con.:.' '.iv-t; at a posl plantod about stjvwti
u.ji-a vs.-l sail two iiiiit-i (Hiutti ot the muuib <>i
Mjii... (, if ek whtir* it aiuptius into Naden
Uaroor, urauam lalaud. tbauctt oil cbaina auutli,
tcsmtt tfl) coa'.na west, tbaoco 60 cbaina uortb,
tuencv Ml chans oaat to point ct cotninanoamont
and cvmuimnj. 64U acrw mure urlta*.
uuiv-i -larch IT, 11,11 GKOKGE i'Kl/-/.KLL
Pun. Aunl 7. Numa Demera, Agent
B*3sjtina Land District���DUtrict ot yu.vu Charlotte
.*...������  i.i'sico thai Frank u-uck ot  VSoodstoca,
Ualsaj  occupation   booluuMiuer,   intonda  to  aupl>
<jc , t f,.ii��4io:i to purciiaa* m* loliowitm uaacrioevi j
��� SU.US- ���
commenanti   ai  a  post   plantod  about  sevun
muas aest and two muta soisin ot the mouib oi
."������......i-j   . roeit   wtux*   it   t-mpiie*    into   .Naden
iiaruor, Urauam Island, ibenc* ou chaina auuth,
tnanc* eu cnaina east,   thonce  fit) chains  north,
tuenc* ou cbaina wvat to point ul cumiuenoemuni
ana ouuiauintl otu acrea mure or l��aa.
Ualeu Marcn IT, U1L. ItClMi   l.l-VICK
. uu. ... ti. 7. Nunna Demera, Ak*d
Sk**na Land District���District of Coaat
Tatt* nolle* tnai ijiunn McAnhur uf Vancouver,
B.  (���!���, occupation  n-.d   eatato aneni  intenda  i"
apply lor permiaaion  lo purchaa* the toltowintt
.u-criiiBi laada:
Commencng at a post planted 40 cnaina wTst
and bO chaina aoutb ut the aouibweat curner ol
Lut No. l.oo marked Glenn McAnbur'a nurlh-
����st c-uu-r, thano* aoum 40 cnaina. tb��no* eaat
������j chain*, ihsnc* north 40 chains tnanc* weal
00 ensina lo pon of comtiiancvment, contaimnu
olio acfM mor* or leaa.
LJat*d March Z0, i.-i i.       (iLENN McAUTUUU
Pub. Apnl 16. T. D. Laird. Agent
6k**na Land Diatrict���Dutnct ot y.i.-.-n charlotu-
ImMM  aotiou  that   Uubert  O.   Crew  ot   Prince
rtupart, n. U, occupauon agent, intends tu apply
lur parinjisaion to purcnaa* ina following o>*critj��o
cuninjencii.g al a poat planted aboul 6 l--i
��� <��* w��at ana ball a rauv aoutb ol tbe muuth ot
*>iaaniay Cr**st wter* it ampuea into N adon
Uarbor, Oranara laiand. thsac* *aat 40 cbaina,
tb��DO* nonb 4u coaina, thance wui 40 cnaina,
.. .-..��� v aoutn 40 cnaina to point ot cot*uneno*m��nt
and containing lou acre* more or lev*.
DaivoMarcn 17, ltflL HIBLHT O. t Ki;w
lut' Apnl 7, Nurna D*m*ra, Agent
Skeena Land District -DUWrt ot Css**
Take  notice  that   1,  John   I awta 7Trb
Kupert B. C, occupation Ibbortt, latwtd to
for permiaaion to purchase Un' 1.1��� ���*���.,. j_
lands: ^w
CommenciiiK at a punt plaaU 1 aiiuUt
... c -T...- .__..     .   .    NSUe)>
ifcfr.cs   _
thtfioi vnt|
JOHN Inw
BBPnst*i.ai
mllea south ol the forks of tht
riven,  thuncu soulh  ho cluti
chains, tbence north HO ohaj
chains.
Datod April 18, 1911.
Pub. May 111. Prat.
a! Cout
loa of I
winer, im
U.e [uiloi
Nt 100
I ts��l iid
Skeena Land District���-Distnct ol QtavM Chariot
i *���* ootio* tbat Caibenn* UarrL>un, ol Caigar
Alberto,   occupation   spinster,   intonds   to   apply*
lor pwrnisaion to purcLas* the tubo-ving 0eacnt>eo
lands.
Ci>mm*ncing at a post plantod auout b* 1-*.
mue* w**i anu ball a mil* south Irom ta* mouth
ot Mauivy (.reck, wbvre il empties, lulu .nsci-i
.!-.;;-.!, urabain Island, thenc* 40 cbaina -outii
.:,tt.t*��t 4u cnains east., thvLC* 40 cnains i<urtL.
... .�� i" ci.si .. ��**i to p. u.t ul commencement
and cuniainii.g loo acres mure or lose.
.'s .-j Marcb 17, ivll.
CATULKINE HAHKISON
Pub Apr. 7. Numa D*m��ri. Agent
--r.ee: -* Land Diatrict���Dutrict o( vjueen Char lotto
Skeena Land District���Diii-ic
Take notice that  Humo Babto
Kupert, B. C, occupation mu.->UT t
to  apply  (or r^ernusaion  to Itm
ili-Kcntml lands:
Commencing at a post ;���..        I
aouth ot the Indian ltoaerve an -.
Oooao Bay on the oast side ut tt.u V<
north 10U chains along short.- to ,u- ...-.'  .1
thence west 60 chaina more ur li ��� tu Uooi* Bi
thence  100  chains  along iboft, \hmn mt|
chains more or less to puit,
more or leaa.
Dated March 8, 1911. HI'Mr. HAKINGTl
Pub. AprU lo.
Skeena Land District���District ul Ctwit
Take  notice  that^ 1.  Charles M. Knott
Prince Kupert, B. C, occupat it i. hnatf, ,
to apply for permiasion to purchas*.- tb�� lolli
descrioi-d lands:
Commencing at a post platm-d ibuut lj tl
milea aouth and (2) two mil.* KM ufthef,
Whit* river and Pitt river, thetk-e si>mt. oOrj
theooa  weat  80  chains, tbence north &i> :
thence east 80 chaina.
Dated April 20. 1911.      CHAK1.1 - M
Pub. May 13. Francis 8, l'res:o&,tV
Skoena Land DUlrict-District o Cout I
Take not ce that Murdoch '.:,...      \l
B.  C, occupation real usuu> broktr, i;.i
apply  for  permission i: purchiM Um lulwi
deacribed landa:
Commencing at a oesi plitui ..t, it* i
bank of Eicbumaiks river ain ut L.t- raiittl
its coniluonce with  the Ski-ena r;.<-r, '.s.t*jtf
chains west, ibence 20 tbk\\m  ttortia, UsW
chains woat, thence  40 chains Dottb, ttetst* |
ciiains east,  ihenc*  20 chains WOta, itoatfl
chaina east, tnence 40 chains loatt. iu pout|
commencement, containing .i-o acm rcinot
Date.1 April 21. 1911. UUKDOCK Mel
Pub. May 13.
Skeona Land District���District el Cout Hu|
Tako   notice   that   I,   Cb&rl>*  A.  Vsijuil
Prince Kupert, B. C, occupation m*>rct��t.:, am
to apply (or permiasion to purchate tb* IdjobI
desKribed lands:
ComiiK'ncing at a post plan.ei on th* I
bank of aCachucnaiks Kiwr sr.d ib at tuj I
from its confluence with tne dtntai .-���.�����
���n chaina east, thenc* ao claim aorta, tswan I
chsins wsal, tbenc* bO chains kmU. to pwatl
commencement. conUining uio acrea ED - ���<���]
Dated April 21, 1911 CHAKLh> V . . utlt]
I'ub. Aunl 29.
tbe Wfcit* arTd'Flat rttwt, tUam'mnh to chaina  "^ffj1 ���[^_mTt.**t ���!....? Sf^?!A6*.WA*"
McCaffery & Gibbons
Prince Rupert and
it*M* -Burt  ��� v cbaiLs. lUtf* stsiU SO cnals,.
il��u* **.! to cnaina.
i-st-vi aprfl is, -.��:-.. Juhn L. mit.iu.ll
l-.l Mti U Francis 5 Pi-astoe, A|.ci
Haielton
Georgetown
Sawmill Co. Ltd.
Lumber
and
Mouldings
f kaasca Lani DMrtn-bistrict st Casaiar
Taa. tr-.it. that VMUUrn r'r��l*nck I amaroo
.1 Intc. K.;asn. B   C. ocrata-i r. carpaaur.
Btssli u ansly let parmlsslon to purtbas. in.
IslloBit. risacnMd lantU:
Carnrtncmc at ��� P��**t blant*! ��b��ut tbr*��
c.ia�� . .it ol in* lorks ol tb. Wbito aba Flat
mm. it*u* nutk SO cbaina, trsne. srasl to
cUibs. ib*c<* aanb M ���Ulna, tbsbc. saun Mi
WILUAM FKEULRICK CAMEUuS
ti.i*d April It, 1*11.
Pub Ms. I Francia $  rr*alob. A��*nt
sr.il Flat r.v.r*. tb.M�� raouth .0 chair... th.nc
���ast SO cnaibs, '.b*&c* nwrtb so ch.ln*. Uavaos wast
���o chain.
i'.i-.l April 20, l��U . HMILKS DtLGlloVt;
Pub. alar IS. Frr-ds .- Prssion. Afant
���MM La-J Dutrict���District ol Coast Kant. t>
Iu MUM tbat I. J. Harold McKaan ol Priocs
Kup*n. H C , occupst OB blsckavrn tb. Intond to
i,la.> lor parmasioa to purcnas* tba (oIIowIdc
ssow Isnos:
I ortm*r.rlct at a pott planlsd about lbr**.nd
en* baS mil*, -i vt.nt in . auuth aast*rlv dlr*ctlor,
from a bind aloufti Irom Ub**rvstor> Inl*l wh*rr
lb* aarn, toucba* tb* Ind an Haaarv*, ibnr. wtat
so cbaias. tbsne* soulb so cba ns. in.nc* cast ru
chaiaa. tbvnc. oortb so cba oa to po nl ol com
m��nc*ro��nt. cont*lnin( olo acr*. mor. or hsss.
Il.tad Apr I 14. IV1I.        J. llAIUH.Il McKl.A
Ma*r.i Und Ulslrict ���Hisii-ict ol Caaslar
T.s* ooiie* that I. John Kori*n I sc*> ol Prlnos
Kuprn, ll. C, occupotlob cook. Intone, to appl>
MS rarrm-ai
sivd*
For row boats and launches
telephone 320 green. Davis'
Boat House.
o. to purer.*** tb* lolioalns oVocriMd
Comnrandnc al a post plsnted S) two mil*.
���outh snd Zi tavo mil*. a**t ol lh* fork* ol lbs
VYbll* and Flat rlvsr*. lb*nc* south SO cbaina
tb*nc* e��*t so chslns, ther.c* norlh -u chain*.
tl.se* srsst Mi cha na.
ln-.i-l Apr ISO, ivll     JOHN  Itiilit.ivT PACF.Y
Pul- Mas- IS. Franc . S. Praams. A����n
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HAVE THE FOLLOWING IN
STOCK   ON   OUR   WHARF.
3id*and End Dump Can. 10SIS cu.foet.
IS in. A Jl in. .auf*
Sl**l C*r Wheels .nd Axle, with roller
bearinsTB. 1�� a 24 'n. sajsre
Haarsie.   1-2  In. and 5-' In.   ralranlst-d
ateel cable
Rnpirt Marine Iron Works i Supply Co..
I |V,TTKPS
..Grand Hotel.. WE HAVE
A large stock of dry finishing lumber on hand. Boat
lumber a specialty. Delivery-
made at short notice.
Our prices are as low as aiiy.
Call or, us before ordering.
OFFICE:
Cor Centre St and First Ave.
S.S. COMPANY OF B.C.. Ltd
The new steel Passenger Steamer
"Camosun"
Sk**u Und Dtatrtrt-Dttlnri of Caatar
Ttk* r..t.��* tbat I, tlnetoa Jitrdca Moor* of
PflM* Rupert, B. C, ocoipattoa ���tstnetcr. ir.tend
u, iirpl) fir psrnkmoD to purchas* tu l*Uo*ing
CocarAeacing it t poet planted abojt   I   thr**
- .-* ��� -.*o nils* ��**t of tlv* f"rtt*
of Whit* gftd flat rtevn. tl*����c* K�� cbains aoutb
tbetet ��j chain* **st, th*tt��* M cbmbIm north.
tb*Mt W than* ssstt
BHENTuN JOKDON MOORE . immmmmmmmmmmmmmUmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
j ;*>|Wttil 20. mi.      Fftnct* S. Pr-��t��a. Agent   SkftM Un4 District-Diatrict if Coast Range i
Pub. Mayr U. Tak* bote*   that  1,  Martha   Lc*k,  of   Fnnce
Rupert, B. C, occupat on marr -d voman i.iten .
.     a rv,���   m   *���"-   ���-   - ���    ��� to apply for p*fnd*sion to purchaa* th* following
**(-*�� Laad Dittriet���Dittrtct ol Caaaiar d**enb*d lands
Tak* totic tbat I. Alfred K>te of Ffttrtt Rji- ConiisW.tlnf at a poat planted about three and
pert 1. i. nmpatioo MWH. lawnd to 0ft��.baU milea distant In a^aouthsreat*rlv directiun
tjmfy_ fgf Jjgf��Mt*��i l* purcas- lh* lollosriBg from t WtA iIoilth ttom uhiffVlU,0. fn|�����h*r*
*M*cnt*d 1an*a: ....   ,��.>_^   tfc�� "m* touch** th* Ind an Reaer**, tbenceaast
(omrne-.cirt at a post psaatel ab��ut   3   three   p0 chai      lh        wmilh *,0   h,       ,h b
rr.xm aouth cf tbe fork* of tU White and  Mat   cbth^ tbtnw Oofth g chfl M lQ     M o( rom.
rnert, tbenc W ehalna south   th*r.e* to chains   mw0MntBti conta n n�� 610 acrea mor* or lea*,
eaat, thene*  H ebsin* oortb. tbenc*  60 chains   Dated Apr I U. lull. MARTHA LtLkl
vast. Fub. Mav U.
Dsted April IS, 1911* ALFRED KYTE
Put. Mar U. Frsr.cis S  Preaton. Agent    Sfcvtna Land District���District ol Coaat Range b
Take notice that Henry Macartney of Prince
Rupert, U. C , occupation miner, intenda lo apply
for p��?rmission to Durchae* tbe following d*scnb*d
Commencing at a poat planted on the south
siie of tstchurnsika River, about 2 1-2 mllea from
its conl.uer.fe ��un tbe Skeena River and about
1-2 milea west from Etchumsiks rapids, tbence h0
Cliaina north, thence 40 chains east, tbenc* $0
chaina aouth. thence 40 chains ��wt te point o.
commer.eement,   eontwning   .1-0   acrea   more
        W. cor"
 .^. RY MACARTNEY
Aoril"-
Tak* notio* that J. tt ^lurphy.of Vancouver,
R. Ce occupatioa  oonrivmerciai  iravsjUer,  intends
to apply for p*rnu*e.oa to purcbas* uie folio wing
dejtcrtoed landa:
j    ComiMaong  at  a  poat planted  about   seven
} mils* w*st aad one mi* souin fro-n tbe  mouth
i of biaiily Cr**lt, Nttd*n Harbor, ihenco norm eo
chaina, ihaao*  wvat 40 ciuioa, thence south   80
chain*, lahtwic* eaat 40 c    ins.
I Dated Marcb 17, Ull. J. II. MURPHY
| Pub. April 22* Nunn Demera, Agent
Skctna Land District���Diatrict of Caaslar
Take   nouc*   that   I,   Thomas   Macgovern   of
Stewart, B. C, occupation mmar.intend to apply
for permlaaMti to purebsuw tbe following deacnbeU
landa:
Commeneitig at a post planted on tb* right
hank of th* Naaa river about four milea above the
forka of tb* Naaa river, thence touth bO cbaina,
tbenc* west bO chaina, thence north bO chains,
tb��nc* vast bO chaina to point of coramencvmeni,
containing 64U acr** mor* or leaa.
THOMAS MACUOVERN
Dated March 2b, 1911.  Sidney Frank Wright, Agt
Pub. May IT.
Skeena Land District-District of Cout
Take notice that 1. Mrs. John Corley of  Prince
Rupert, B.C.. occupation married woman, intends
to apply for permission to purchaae the followintE
dVKnhed lands:
Commencing at a pott planted 4o chains east
, ti..! 1,>' cnains aouth from the southwest corner uf
tot ITU, Coast District, Range 6. thence eouth m.'
' chains, thence east 40 chains, thence north ,-������
chains, thenc* w*st 40 chains more or lets to the
, point of commencement, cuntaining 32u acres
l mure or test.
MRS. JOHN   Lottie) CORLEY
' Date Mar. 2��. UU
, Pub. Apr. 4, lull
Skews Land Diatrict - District of Coaat lUnge 6
!    Tak* notlctJ that Eldob S. DvtwIUir of Berlin.
Oat.' occupation   doctor,  Intandt to  apply   for
permission   to   purchaa*  th*  folloalng  dvacribtxi
fands:
Commencing at a poat planted at tbe aouth-
meat corner of Lot 192s, thence Mat 20 chains
- mor* or l*aa, thence south 45 chaina mor* or leas,
I thenc* w**t 110 chaina mor* or leaa, thenc* north
1 45 cbaina mor* or lea* to point of comm*nc*ment
containing 140 acrea mor* or leaa.
Dated March 31. 1911 ELDON S. DETWILEH
1 tPub. AprU 16*
Sk*��aa Land Diatnct���District ul Cvsft. i^M
Tak* nuiice that Mr*. L. ...  i ......... d tj
Paul,   Minnsjaot*.   occupatiun   u.arnrd
intends to apply for permission to     ;. ^ i
following deacrib��d landt: !
Comm*nctng ati post planted at tr.ei��-t-*��
corner of Lot No. 1733 marked Mn. L. L ��� i'.tiudj
northeast corner, thence *i��t 40 cruuM, tltfj
south bO cbaina thenc* *ast 40 tmtim :t>m
north bO cbaina to poat ot aro:i.ii.vi..xr���ei:, m
taining 320 acre* mor* or lata- t
Dai*d March 20 1911.      MRS. U C. PLTSsJ
Pub. April l.i. 0*o. R* PuMi
Sk**na Uad Diatrict���DUUict of Cdttl MM
Tak* notie* lhat 1, Clara Msy LsttN <* "J
Rupert.  B.   C���   occupation  -,..-.\ -:;l,"F
apply for p*rinia*ion to purchs*c ii* i-w"
OesKribed landa: . thm aatj
Commencing at a pott plante-J J- --�� "J|
��oat corner of .Lot 1733, Range j. . ^-^3
thence east 40 chain*, thenee :.-:���- -//J
thence weat 31 chain' thenc* north .<*������
tbence weat 10 chaina, thenc* MmM *Y,j
point of commcncvmcnt, contaiucg i"
moro or let*. *,,.���.  ui�� i iTTfl
Dated April 4,1911. CLARA fcUl U-��|
Pub. April lb.
Skeena Land DUtrict-Dutn;; "^*     ���
Tak* nolle* that  1,  Isaac ol��.. - W"|
Princ* Rupert, B. C- occupation ca.*,-! ..umj���
to apply for permiaaion to purctis-.- ������'���* "*1
desaiued lands: .    , ., nJ
Commencing tt a post planted at u-��� "  ?���
aoutb and one mi)* weat ol the f<-r^s tl[tat J
aud Flat  riven,  ibence ?.. :-���
weat  60 chaina,  tb*nc* touth bo c:.siai
BUKnn. OMejmj       J
I'ub. May 13. FrancU s. I ....^.��a|
Skeen. Uod Dlatrlct-Dlsirict c! ��� ��al��
T.k. nolle* thst 1. Swsn llsilen at
U.   C,   occupation   carpenl��r,  ini.i.t'-
for parralaalon to purchaiw lb. IviU����� S . ***������]
Isndsi ,        ,  i ,
Coronxncins at ��� post plsnted =   "',%
south sndoneil) mil. weat ollh* In:-���  ���>���
and FUt rivers, trsjnce on clsir.i   ���-���;;���
chaina east, thenc* bO chsin. nort     .-*���
chain. Best. .....a- ataliJDI
Data, April is, isii.        iWAN H ^Mrl
l-ub. May 13. Irancu
"1
, I'n-.toa. AS]
Skaana Land District���Dsstnet ol Csaaisr
Tske nolice tbst 1, Jamas Millsr Johnston ol
Ste*ar. H i .. occupation i*,or*k**p*r. intend to
spply for permlenion to purchas, th* foliowlns
describe-l tar. is:
Con-.menciT.a- st * P0** planted about one mile
north from th* Naaa river and about bin* mile*
abov* tb* forks ol the Naaa rir*r, trssne* north SO
d-.alna, th.be, ��e*t SO chUns. thenc* south 90 con,m,mo,nM,m wniMB,,, a.
chain,. tb*r.c* -ast (SJ ct.aim to point .s cvmmene*- ' j^ ^.mi marke.1 "U M MW
rB��t.COTlairiraS MOacr-moia-or "J". I���irt AprU 21. UU.     HKNK
,, , ���...v,,A.M,��r,Mill1:ili,f^V.T.1^  ._    Piib. April 2S
Sksans Land Ulstrict���Dislrict ol aji
Island.
Tak* notico that Uevir<�� W. ��l
itupert,   U.   C,   occupation   ran    ���
 ,   intends to apply lor psrinission M
John CsmpbsU. Aj.nl   loUowing dssmlievl lands:
Comnienang  .1   s  post   plan.-- i
I miles snd one-hsll mils wost sn I ����*
Skeona Land Diatrlct-Dlslrict of Csaslar Irom ths mouth atSjljOtl*     '
Tsks nolle, thst 1 Francis S. Preston of Frlncc i thenc* MSI  ��l chai.!* t!ie���� ��>
Hupert,  II.  C. occupallon prospcclor.  intend  lo I thence sast SO cbains thenc. nor.n    ���
���pply  lor permiaaion  to purchaae ths  lollowing , "���'���d *l*',5 l7' ���*"��� aV'', '   ,
dsscribed lands: | Fub- APrU iZ- ���
L'ommsoeint   at   a   posl   plsnted   sbout   three [
mUes soulb and  two mUes west el ths forks ol
ths White and Flal rivers, ibence south SO chslns
thenc* eaat   mi  chains,  tbence  north  bO chsins,
thence west 80 chains.
Dsled April 20. 1*11.     FKANCIS S. PRESTON
I'ub May 13
al'Mia*.
I m
Skeen. Und Diatrict-DUtricl ���
T.ke notice th.t I, Alice It. Kf��
Kupert, II. Ca, occupation msrn."i a
to spply for permission to purch*-e
d**crlbed lar-da:
C.imm.ncing st a pent plsnted st
south and two miles west ol III*   '
C occupstlon carpenter, Intend lo apply lor I ���"J. &J&2+ !���� ��uth SO
mission   to   purchsss  the   loUowing   dceeribed   ^ ~ "���/"*���  u"nc' *oul��
Skeena Land District���Diatrict ol Coaat Range 5
Taka not c* that I. Jo, Jsck ol I'm ce R, p.rt,
B    -
,wr
listed Msrch 24, ISII.  Frank Sllney Wright, Ar
Pub. May It
5ke*na Land District���Dislrict ol Cssslsr
Tsk* notie* Ibst I.   Berti*   Edwin   Badger ,ot
Sis* an.  B.  C. ocrupatioo  plumber,  intend  to
apply for perrnlssioo lo purchs*. thi* following
desenbrd land.:
WORXINGMAN'S HOME I
Spring Beds, clean White Sheets  25c
Rooms 50c
BIST   IN   TOWN   TOR   THE   MONEY
J. GOODMAN. Propriatae
north of tb*
abov, th, lorks
river and about aeven mile.
ol  lb*  Naaa  Rirar  upstream.
I/ITS for sal. In all aectlens
Hi il.'SES for rent In h**t kacalltie.
HOTEL, furnished, for lea,*
LOTS in FnTI Geors*. easr term.
LOTS in M ,�� - ��� Townsite
BUYERS for property in all sections
at riant one*.
Ll*t your property with us for quick
results.   Honsst treatment
Best **rvlc*
JOHN    DYBHAVN
P.O. Bos If! Psttullo Block
BERTIE EDWIN BADOER
Dated M.rth 23. 1911. Frank Sidney W right, Agt
Pub. May 17.
ADVERTISE   IN  THE
NEWS
_    . -_ e, , *oove   in*   lews   oi   in*   isaa*   niver   upuraam,
Pnni'P   RlltlPrt  PVprt" SlinnaV   ih*n*s rwrth  ?0 cbsins. trssne* esst  so chsins.
riiiii.iT- rvuijtrn e\*-i \  ouiiiuin   th,���e, ��uth so ehsin-, thenc *** so ehsm. to
���it    9    ta.1T).   for VanCOUVCr     *****  ���   commencement   conUining   S40   Kre.
.*',,'��� j, '   m.r. or lorn.
arriving Monday afternoon.
For Stewart City on arrival
from Vancouver Friday
night.
Northbound, leaves Vancouver Wednesdays at 9 p.m.
Steerage Fare       -       $5.00
Land Registry Office
Re Lots 10, m and 171. Range, 4,
Coaat District
Whereaa proof of lo.. of Certlflcat* of Title
Nn. IMlftc u, the atjov* earned erotaerty, Issued
In lh* nils, of th* Canadian I'arlRc Sulphite
Come.nr. Limited, he. been mad In this rafflee
notice Is h*,aby riven th.t I .hall at the <��� i.-a
tl,.n nf nn. m,,nth from tb* fir., publlration here"
 il.,1"���*. *  dupHcale of lhe  ..���!  rertlflcate of
auniiK nafety of ,.a...���,Ke"r. In ease  mid*.""m."in-rTiie?,'* "M '"^��l��� *���
of Collision or wreck. j     l'.-~l  al  the  lund  Rewlatrr om*. .1  Ph��_
Rop��l.B.C.. thi. loth d.y of Jun*. 1,11
J. H. Rogers,  Ticket Agent. **��� > ��w*iTr.
The "Camosun" is the only ateame
on the run having water-tight bulk
heads and double bottom, thus en
I "*'-ai Aprs li
tNstrtct Reatatrar of Title* I Pah. May ta.
Skeena Land District���District of Cassiar
Tak* notice lhat  I. Charles Frederick M*tcsl|
M st*��art. ll. l" , occupstlon freighter. Intend to
a-,--..)   lor permission  lo  purchsss ths  following
daacribed lands:
Comm*ncing si s post plsnted on tb* right
bsnk ot th. Nsss river sbout sit miles sbove tbs
forks ot tb* Nan. liver, thence south SO chsins,
thence west SO chsins. thence north 80 ehslns,
thenc esst SO chslns to point ot eommencement,
contsining Mo sere* more or less.
Dsted Msrch 25, UU. CHARLES F. METCALF
I'ub. May 17.      Frank Sidney Wright, Agent
Skeens Land DUtrlct -Dislrict of Cosst
Tske notice thst   I,  William John  Corky  ol
Princ* Rupert, H. C. occupation rancher. Intend
to sppl, (or permission to purchas* tb* following
deseritTed Isnds:
Commencing st s post plsnted st ths southwest
corner ol Lot ItlOS. Range 5, Coast I ..strict, thence
south 20 ehslns. thenc* esst 40 chsins. tbenee
north 20 ehslns, thenee Brest 40 clisins to point
of commencement, containing so .cr*., mor. or
leas.
Dated April 8, l��ll.    WILLIAM JOHN CORLEY
Pub. AprU 2).
Skeens Und Dlatrtct-Dastrtet ol Caaaiar
Tak* nolle* that I, Allred Berryman William,
of  Prince  Rupert,  11.  C,  occupstlon  merchant
Intend lo apply lor permission  to purchs** th*
lollowlng described Isnds:
Commencing st s post plsnted sbout (2) two
mils* *osth of lhe forks of th* White snd Flsl
rivvrs, tbenee 80 .liairv. south, thenc* 80 ehslns
B-sat, t**nea SO chain,  north, thenc* 80 cbsins
ALFRED   BERRY MAN    M I I.I.I A MS
lands: ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Commencing at a post plsnted sbout Ihree'and
one-hall miiea distant In a aouth westerly direction
from a blind alough from Ubeervatory Inlet where
the ami tc-jchaa tb* lndisn lleaarv* Ibenc* esst
SO cha na. thence 'orth &0 chains, thence weslso
chslns. tbenc* south bO cbsins to point of com-
mencement, containing 640 acrea more or leaa.
Dated April 14. l'.'U JOE JACK
��� Pub. May 13.
west SO chsins.
Dsled April 20, 1911.
Pub. May 13.
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FrsncU S l''��-��"-'
Stikine Und Dirtrict-Dslnci -  ����* T
Take none* that Sydney HodtKiur-n ^
graph Creek, B. C, occupation cirrk. '" a ,
ansa
app.y  for permission to purchs..-
drscrilarai lsnd
mil
Skeens Und District���DUtrict ol Cosst Rsnge .
Taka notice that Utile McTavUh of Vancouver,
B. C, occupation married woman, intends to
spply (or permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing st a post plsnted st the north*
west corner 100 ehslns east and 20 chain, north
from the northeast comer of Ut 1116, Harvey's
Survey, Coaat DUlrict,Rsnge o.lbence 20 chsin,
south, thencs SO chsin. esst, thence 60 chsir.s
north, theac* 40 ch.ln. west, thsnee 60 cbsins
south, thene* 40 chsina west to post ol common,
cement, contsining 400 seres mors or Ice*.
Dsted Msy 2. 1811. LOTTIE McTAVlSH , .������,,
Pub. Mil 6. Fred W. Uohler. Agent   deicrtlied lin.ls
Commencing st s post plsnte.1 I
He north east (rom Glacier KM.es:' l    >*J
cal
m
.  (8.
Ivsnk  ol  Stlkin.   River,   ihenco
thence north  40 chsins,  thsnee t*l
thencs south 40 chains lo point ol co-i
snd contsining 80 seres more or loss-
D.,edF.b.,..,3.l.   SVDSEV m������,,l*S
I'ub. April CA. Trrro, AS"
Skeens Und DUtrict-DUtrlct ol
. aaal��!.
Skeens Und District-District of Ccsst Hum ������ ,
Take notice that 1. Alexander Clacher, of Dear-
.--kcens Und DUtriet ��� liuuic. ��������� ��� ���:.   u,
Take notice that  I. James Welinc     I   ���
Slewsrt. B.C., occupallon    auctU'nr-r . ���"^,
apply lor |>srniUsion to   purchase   i   '
Jwcnlved lands: . . ll
Commsnclng st  a po*ttplsnte�� ,
hank nl ths N���
the lorks of the N
rivsr snout nine ';- _'    ,
river, thenee s.iJt''   "..
' Pub MsTl7.
'
D*l*d AprU IS. 1811.
S'rsstSjt, S. Pr-atoa. Ageal
Take nolle* that 1. Alexander Clacher, of Dear-   \Z'Z" ��L"aV,N T**,       .i.   �� ���. u     ��� ""
horn. Manitoba, occupation   farmer.   Intend   to   .J""* "est.SO chains, ihence nortn      n,m
.pply for permi..lon to purchsso the follow-In*   U'"w ���"?" '"���"�� �� CftL?
described lands: " ' eonta.nlng-IMO acre* more or l��s. ��� K<r|
Commencing st s post plnnte.1 at  the smith    ���.,_, .,     . ���,   ,������',���     .aUnav W'rljSvr
we.1 corner of lot ��>��.district of C.uwt, Ranire .V    L>��'*4.March 24, 1911.  Frank Sldnev
situate.1 about ���'��� 1-2 miles in s south esaterly dt<
rectlon Irom Breckenrldge Undlng. msrkral  A
.'.. riorth  woat  comer; thence south SO chaatt
thence ea.t  IS chains,  the.ee north fli chslns j Skeens Und DUtrlct-Dlatrlct of i'��;
more or lea. to south esst  corner of lot  806.- '     -��� - -       ��� -���'���*
thence west 40 chain, more or leas to ��cuth we
corner of lot S062. thence north 20 chain, mo.,
or leas to .oath east corner of lot 3.-65. thence
weat 40 chains more or less to point of commencement, oonUlninir MO acre, more or less.
ALEXANDER CLACHER
DonaldClacher.Art.nl
D.t�� June 2nd. 1811
Pub. June I4tb. 1811
Ht       Take notice that 1. Sydney Fliage"1 ���,   ,.
eat    B. C, occupation cook, Intend to sj't' , n
ore   mission lo purchase the lollowlng dsstriov^
.- purchaaa lhe lollov.,,,. ---     ^^
Commencing at a post plsnted st"���' ', ��
south snd one mile of the lorM '   ^
snd Flsl rivers. Ihence south 80 chs n..
west SO chslns. thencs north SO clism .
esst 80 ehslns. . _���,/iaHJ
I'.ted April 18, 1811.   SYDNEY BT��.'l.
Pub. May u. Fmnds S. Pr-*-0'1' "
- - -��������� ���"��� ���*-"��� 	 THE    D A 1 L Yd' N E W S
WE - HAVE ��� FOR ��� SALE
(CROWN GRANTED)
Section 9
Township 1
Range
4 NECHACO VALLEY
PRICE:-$15.00 PER ACRE, EASY  TERMS
Thia is un excellent section and wns one of the first to be
staked in the Valley.
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers and Financial Agents, Prince Rupert
The   Best   Engine   for
Northern B.C. waters it
=o
The "Frisco Standard"
Cut represents thr**-
cyllnd.r type "Frisco
Standard" Oasolln.
Engine, sites 25 h.p. lo
126 h.p.       :      :      :
Quick delivery of nil
site, front 4 h.p. .Intl.
cylinder upwards.
-AUENTS-
Rupert Marine Ironworks & Supply Co.
Ultiee Phone: lllu,- .VI
ui i.i ioi'irri:i. repair shop
P.O. Box 516
Works on Wharf: Phone 313
ACCaasoRtEs cassis."
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-LIQUORS,   ALWAYS   IN   STOCK-
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BudWeiser Beer, Wc are sole agenu for Northern B.C.
Double 00 Whiskey
(iuuranteed to be 12 yearn in the wood before being bottled
Sole agents for Northern B.C.
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Northern B.C. Liquor Company, Dftusn
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This is a little section of the paper, which from day to duy will be devoted
to subjects of Bpeciul interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Cernar" will fill a social need.
DINNER GOWN OF LACE AND
CREPE METEOR
-OUR   STORE   WILL   BE   CLOSED   ALL   DAY-
SATURDAY, JULY 1st, DOMINION DAY
BUY  YOUR GROCERIES   EARLY
STALKER & WELjLS, 2nd
Ave. and McBride
. Phone 187 ....
WALKED THROUGH AFRICA
in ii country never liefore traversed
by white women. They traversal
dense jungles; waded swamps and
rivers; were attacked by wild
bessts, and at one time, while
passii.g through the dreaded Kerri-
Kerri country, were ill |)cril of
their lives from attacks by natives.
DEVELOP COAL
ON SKEENA
R. C. Campbell Johnston. M. E.
With Party of Twenty Miners
is now at Work up River.
For most delicious Bread,
Dainty Hist nils. Etc., use
Robin Hood Flour
Kour Dealer Has It
ancse long ago discovered that
ears as a rule are unbecoming
adjuncts, else why did they adopt
the fashion of wearing hum-lies of
flowers or rosettes' of ribbon ;u the
side of the head?
Well-shaped, well-set ears are
indeed a rarity. One sees them,
large and lliick and red, and absolutely lacking in delicacy and
purity of cut. Red ears should
not be tolerated and are usually
the result of too liuht clothing.
Only the lobes should be faintly
pink. While earrings are again
the fashion, it is pleasing i<> know-
that the barbaric custom of boring
the ear has gone out. The ugliness
of many ears can be traced to this
custom, for the rings pull down
and elongate the lobes until they
lose their proper shape.
Hut let us not despair. The
present fashions will In- of great
aid to us in skilfully disposing
of our ears. The new theatre
cap, the present style of hairdressing, the "pudding bag" toque,
the small helmet hats -all help
to hide the unwelcome appendages
so successfully that the beauty
censors will not In- able to grumble.
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The Digby Rooms glj
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nannnnnnnnnunnnniil
Located on Sixth Ave., near Fulton
Three to Ave minutes from centre of business district. Nineteen newly furnished roomt.
Hot anil i-.ilil water, bath and
telephone. Newly furnished.
Under new manniiement.
INVITED
FRED. STORK
���General Hardware-
1
a-	
ITEMS  OF..
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Builders' Hardware
Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves
Graniteware      Tinware
SECOND - AVENUE
.]
Crepe meteor, than which iherc
is nothing more effective for dinner
or evening gowns, in a lovely
shade of apple green serves as the
foundation for above gown. Over
this is a white Chnntilly lace
bodies and tunic draped over left
shoulder with a black satin scarf
which is caught at right side in a
large buckle of brilliants.
NEWSET IN EMBROIDERY
Makes Very Pretty Scarfs and
Cushion Covers
A new kind of embroidery, which
bids fair to be unusually popular
on account of the simplicity of tin-
work and the inexpensivenewi of
lhe materials required, is an embroidery done in a German cross
stitch on foundation linen of a
heavy quality and tan in color.
Dresser scarfs antl cushion covers
and table centerpieces are among
the articles used in this new work.
A feature in its favor is its extreme durability. Mercerised cottons in different similes are used
without exception, snd the dose
designs give the best effects. Some
of the cciitrcpriiTs are edged wiih
linen color lace an inch or two in
width.
HOUSEHOLD   HINTS
To destroy moths pul the moth-
infested articles into a baker's
oven which has just been used for
baking. Let them remain there
overnight, aril in the morning
take them out and shake and
beat them in the open air.
US rji -ft
Buying in small quantities at
this season is the wisest plan, if
one has no cellar or cool place to
stort lhe wares, as a warm kitchen
closet is hardly conducive to retaining the freshness of even can
ned commodities.
a a a
No one enjoys washing the
broiler on the gas stove. Thi
unpleasant task may be avoided
if chops or small steaks are placed
in tin pie plates and set on the
broiling grate. The meat is cooked
just as well and the plates are
easy to clean.
CANADA S HEROINE
Soft Molasses Gingerbread
"To one cupful of molasses add
one teaspoonful of ginger, a half
teaspoonful of cinnamon, quarter
of a teaspoonful of cloves, quarter
of a teaspoonful of salt, three
tablcspoonfuls of melted butter, or
other shortening and on. tea
ipooiful of baking soda. Stir
well logvth ,", add one-half cupful
of boiling water -ind, as quickly
as mixed, two cupfuls of sifted
pastry Hour, l'mir tin batter one
inch deep i 1 a (VI ll greased pah and
bake in a quirk oven.
��� r- , mn l    it        i j  Patriotic Service in the Empress
Laura Secord Will be Unveiled i _ K
Theatre
on July 5 by Sir Geo. Ross
Colonial Press Dispatch)
Miss Olive  MacLeod, daughter
"'   Sil    Reginald   MacLeod   late
'' ""���'".ni    Under-Secretary    for
5cot,and, dressed in the costume
j�����ch jhe wore during her journey
,w��"gh over 3700 miles of African
Wngles,    Ffj.
M.ii'l.,
six   months   Miss
��� together with  Mrs.  P.
A-  '"llxit-rnHl
Mr. Leon Benoit of Winnipeg,
has returned from Hazelton, whither he accompanied  Mr.  R. C.
Campbell Johnston, M. E., and a
party of twenty miners who have
been despatched to the headwaters of the Skeena River to
start development work on the
coal lands owned by a syndicate
of Eastern capitalists. Mr. Benoit
has obtained and transferred to
the syndicate a charter authorizing
thc building of a railway from
Hazelton to thc coal basin. He
is enthusiastic about the possibilities of establishing a large coal
industry. His holdings adjoin those controlled by a Toronto company
controlled by Senator Cox.
Ground Hog basin, where the
coal exists, is at the headwaters
of the Skeena and Stikine rivers.
The seams are said to consist of
anthracite and scmi-a/itlirarilc coal
varying from 78 to 80 per cent
in fixed carbon. They are said to
have a thickness of from four to
eight feet.
Mr. G. S. Malloch of the Dominion Geological Survey, says the
Vancouver Province, is ��ow at
the coal fields to prepare a report
Thc monument to Laura Secord
erected on Qucenston Heights by
the generosity of the Dominion
Government will be unveiled on
Wednesday, July 5, by Sir George
Ross and placed under the keeping
of the Niagara Falls Park Commissioners.
Mr. J. W. Langmulr, Chairman
of the Commission, will receive the
monument on behalf of the board.
It is expected that five of the
surviving grand-daughters of Laura
Secord will be present.
EARS ARE OUT
OF FASHION
Beauty Expert Declares That It
is Correct for Girls to Conceal
Them.
A special service in honor of
Dominion Day will be held in the
Empress Theatre on Sunday evening. Rev. I-'. W. Kerr will take
as his topic "Canadian Nationalism and the Imperial Future."
As a gateway through which
the nations will pass to enter our
great Dominion Prince Rupert
must especially cultivate a high
and intelligent patriotism.
The service will commence at
7.30 p.m. Morning service is
also   held   in   lhe   same   place   at
ll o'clock.
WATER MELONS
Mr. Talbot, were for thc Dominion Gi/sveunnent.
Ivars, it Mens, are for the
moment unfashionable. The reason for this is plain���the beauty
rxpcrls have declared that the ear
is a potent factor in the making
or marring of beauty and to this
has. been added the disturbing
statement that "the average woman possesses ears that are al
together hopeless
GOOSEBERRIES
STRAWBERRIES
FRESH TODAY
All klnda of Sprlns Vegetables      New Groceries
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You'll be Late
For the train, boat or that appointment if you liaven't the correct time. We are official watch
inspectors for the G.T.P., therefore wc keep all the standard
watches. We do repairs and
have everything in jewellry.
R. W.
������������������
Cameron & Co.
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue.
phone 82
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We've  just  received   from  Cassidy's,
Montreal, thc great glass manufacturers, a big new shipment of
GLASSWARE
���WE   ARE   SELLING   IT   CHEAP���
Here are other goods we have
Furniture Crockery
Stove. Glassware
Linoleum Lamp.
Enamelware Table Cutlery
Blind. Baby Buggies
Curtains Screens
Quilt. Picture.
Blankets Washing
Mirror. Machines
Ostermoor Mallretse.
Every Description of
House    Furnishings.
The Big
BIG FURNITURE Store
Cor. 6th St. and 2nd Ave.
F.  W.   HART
PHONE 1)2
S. O. E. B. S.
The   l'rln.-o   Kupert Is-ls-i'.  No. 318, Sons of
Enitlsnil. meets the first anil thin! Tuesday. In
each month in the Carpenters Hall, al 8 p.m.
F. V. Cl.AHK. Sec,
P. 0. ll'ix ni Prince Rupert
Application for Charter for a
Railroad
should   lii-
Vancouvi-r
Ideal Provision House
Even  the Jap-lTh|rd Ave., nearethSt. Phon. 190 I June, A. D., 1911.
NOTICE IS HEKKBY GIVEN that
application will be mudc to thc Parliament of Canada at the present session thereof, for an Act incorporating
u Railway Company under thc name
of "The Pacific, Trims-Canada and
Hudson Buy Railway Company," with
power to lay out, construct and operate
ii line of railway from u point in the
Province of Alberta, at or near the
City of Edmonton, thence northerly
by the most feasible route to, at, or
near Athabasca Landing; thence north
westerly north-cunt of Lesser Slave
Lake to Wabiska or Loon River; thence
northerly to a point at or near the
junction of the Loon River wiih the
Peace River, or at a point near the
junction of the Red River with the
Peace River, below Fort Vermillion
on the Pence River; ihence northerly
to Fort Smith on the Slave River:   From
point on the said  railroad   near its
crossing of the  Wabiska  River or the
Loon River easterly to Fort McMurray
on the Athabasca River; thence easterly
along the Clearwater River and Churchill    River   through   the   Province   of
Saskatchewan   to   Fort    Churchill   or
Port Nelson on the Hudson Bay:   From
a point on said railroad near its crossing
of.the Wabiska or Loon River, westerly
to Peace River crossing on the Pence
River;    tlience  westerly  on   the   norlh
side of the river through Laurier Puss
to   Prince   Rupert   or   Portland   Cnnnl
on the Pucific Const in British Columbia;
with   power  to  construct  and   operate
telegraph    and    telephone   and    cuble
lines for general public  purposes;   to
curry on, construct, maintain and op- only to accept this challenge,
eratc boats und terries for the purposes
of the ruilwny and other purposes;  to
acquire and make use of lands, water-
lots, whiirvcs, dockH, dock-yards, slips,
wnrehouscs,  elevutors  and  other  conveniences;    and  with  power  to  enter
into Agreements with other Companies.
SMITH & JOHNSTON
Solicitors for thc Applicants
Dutcd  at Ottawa this 21st  day  of
A, Maul, the former pitcher, hits
been scouting around Vancouver
during the Vancouver-Victoria series on behalf <>f Connie Mack.
He has been watching Brown's
new twirler, Rasmusscn,
���vV   Si   0
Jimmy W'iggs, the elongated
twirler secured from Oakland in
the Coast League by Marager
Tight-, in the hope that he might
prove a life saver for the Giants,
has been turned back to the Dak-
land club.
iOj tttj tfc
The veto against the proposed
Morris-Flynn fight at Sapulpa,
July I, announced yesterday by
Governor Cruce, in a letter to
Sheriff J, YV. Berry of Creek
county, in which thc governor
threatened to call out the militia
if necessary to prevent the bout,
was widely discussed in (iklahoma
City churches.
-a is rOj
Jim Flynn, the Pueblo fireman
whose proposed fight with Carl
Morris was called off after Governor Cruce of Oklahoma decided
that the eon test could not take
place   in   that    state,   abandoned
his training camp at Kansas City
ar.d left for Pueblo last night.
He said he would resume training
when a new date and place for
the bout Were selected.
(a   0   tS
President Lynch of the National
League, has announced that, following an investigation aril the
taking of testimony concerning
the blow Umpire Klein struck
Roger Bresnahan manager of the
St. Louis club, at the close of last
Friday's game in Cincinnati, he
would fine the umpire ISO. Bresnahan was complimented for not
retaliating when he was hit.
-���; is a
The Cleveland American League
baseball club will educate Joe]
Jackson, the outfielder recruited
from New Orleans team of the
Southern League. President Sinners, of the Cleveland club, has
notified Memphis relatives of Jackson that he will put Jackson in
college at thc close of the American
League season in October. President Somcrs considers Jackson
one of the greatest ball players in
the game and believes the mental
training of a college course will
make him more valuable to the
team.
SS aftl aSj
That Orval Overall, pitcher, now
on the reserve list of the Cubs,
would be traded to some other
team in thc National League if
such a thing is possible was not
denied by President Murphy. Dispatches from Philadelphia indicated there was a deal on between
Fogel and Murphy. This Mr.
Murphy   would   neither   deny   or
affirm. He declared, however,
that at the request of Manager
Chance circular letters were sent
to each of the National League
teams asking whai they had in
retum for Overall and Willis.
Many replies have been received,
but the offers were not what
Chance thought they
and were rejected.
Si Si ���
This is how thc
Typos challenge each other. What
a pity they can't meet Prince
Rupert's great team!
"The baseball  team  playing  in
the City Commercial League under the cognomen of the World
think that they are some ball
tossers, but they are not even
in the running when it conies to
playing against The Province ball
sluggers. The Province has proved
this time and time again aud they
think that they can do lhe same
on Thursday, on which evening
they would like to tackle the
Iloinei street team. Tlu- Province
is willing lo play for money,
marbles or fun and if their fellow
type slingers think that they would
like lo learn something about the
great and glorious game they have
S.S. Prince George
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Mondays, at 8 a.m.
Special Over Sunday
Excursions to Stewart
Prince  George   sails   Sundays   H   a. m.
Reduced   fare  $'.1.50  including meals
anil berth.
it. Prince Albert sails for Port   Simpson,   Nuns   River,   Masset,    Naden
Harbor, Wednesdays, 1.00 p.m.
and fir:
Queen Charlotte Island  pointB,   Saturdays I p.m.
Railway Service lo Copper River
Mixed trains from Prince Rupert Wednesdays und Saturdays,   1   p.m.,   returning   Thursdays    and    Sundays
5.20 p.m.
The Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from thc Pacific
coast operates a freijuent and convenient 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 information and tickets obtained from the
office of
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND   PA8SENGKR   AGENT
Canadian Pacific Railway
B.C. Coast Service
Famous  Princess  Line
Si. PRINCESS MAY
Monday, July 3rd, 9 a.m.
FOR VANCOUVER, VICTORIA, SEATTLE
J. G. Mi-Nab
General Agent
Tickets   To   All   Points
-BY ALL LINES-
ROGERS' Steamship and
Railway Agency
Second Ave.        Phone 116
S.S. INLANDER
a   a  .  FOR a ��� ���
HAZELTON
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester   -   Agent
W. I.. BARKER
Architect
Second avenjc and Third sir.-.-t
Over Wcstenhaver Bros.' Office.
MUNRO  A  LA1LEY
Architects,
Stork Building. Second Avenue.
STUART Sl STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS ��� :��� AUDITORS
Law-Butler Building      Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 361
ALFRED i'AH.-s.
of Br1ll.li Culumlsa
and Manitoba liar*.
C. V. BENNETT, B. A.
��� ,f B.C. Oatartn, Saa-
"I HI . iiBtari,v.saa
kalrhewan   ana  Al,
l-rt* liars
CARSS A BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Offl��>*-Eaehanpr* blocs, corner Third av*nu# and
SIsUi Mnat Princ* Ruorrt. S
WM. S. HALL, IPS. O. D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operation, skilfully tr*vst*d. Gas and
rocai anasthellc* administcre.1 for lh* pain!**. ���*.-
traction of leeth. Cam* ulutl ��� '���- ��� Office.:
Helircrson Block. Pnnc* Rupert- 11-11
Alss.M Msr . ... R.A..      W K Willi.ms.n A . I..I..O
WILLIAMS   tt   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 286
Prince Rupert, B.C
P. O. BOX ffl
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
runt, or wit. rums, wig.., a a ah. "ton., ihu
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
SIXTH  STREET
PRINCE RUPERT
At the Fountain
Ice Cream Cones 5c, Ice Cream \ Fruit
Sodas 10c, Sundaes 15c and 20c,
Ice Cream 25c pint, 50c quart���
C. H. Orme, Pioneer Druggist,
Phone 82. 1H. H. Morton   -
:   Produce   :
WHOLESALE
Feed
3rd Ave. T H S   DAILYtiNEJWS
The Insurance People
EVERY CLASS OP lNSl'HAM'E. GET OCR RATKS
The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
Phone 150 Third Avenue and Fulton St
All members of the I.O.O.F. iviiltlns Brethern
lm-luile.li are earnestly rsqUvSted to meet at the
hull on Tuesduy, July Jib ut T.80 p.m. for the purpose of hsvinir a photuvrriuili taken.
Immediately after this ths installation of newly
elected otlicer, will take place.
G. S. JOHNSTONE. N.G.
U5.wi H. H. MulvTON. Rec.-Sec.
Letters to the Editor
To Preserve Amateur Status
Dear Sir,���On behalf of the
Baptist Brotherhood, who are entering a number oi contestants
in tin- coming Dominion Day-
races, I wish to make public announcement that all the Brotherhood athletes are amateurs and
wisli to remain so, and further
that they niter these races with
the intention of competing with
amateurs only.
I believe it is the intention of
the Sports Committee to keep
these races amateur as far as
possible and should any professionals race it is without the
knowledge of the Brotherhood.
As there is no Athletic Association yet formed in the city to give
jurisdiction over amateur and pro-
fi visional sports, the Brotherhood
takes this means of making known
their stand towards athletics so
that in any future rulings they
will not be classed as professionals
through having competed with
professionals.
The stand for clean amateur
athletics is very strong among
the young men of the city as
evidenced by ihe number who will
di-.pl.iy the white "B" on a green
shield, the Brotherhood colours.
Thanking you for your hearty
co-operation  and  publicity given
this announcement.
On behalf of the Brotherhood,
HARRISON W. ROGERS
President
NOW OPEN
FOR BUSINESS
Continental  Trust Company
Have Perfect Place to Handle
and  Conduct  Financial   Affairs.
An office that is a credit to any
city l-.as just been opened by the
Continental Trust Company, Limited, mi Second avenue. The
office is the best equipped in this
city for the depositing of money,
deeds and valuables of every kind
as a strong room of solid steel and
concrete is fitted up for this
purpose. 11 is absolutely fireproof ami boxes in this safe vault
can bt rented.
The company handle real estate,
insurance and conduct savings bank
and trust departments.
Some interesting features are
explained in the quarter-page advertisement on page 3 of this
issue of the "News."
MAT1.IB.U -.
NERVINE POWDERS.
For UtidteJr. si*. Nrn.pt.
SUFFER1NG INSTANTLY RELIEVED
A Safe and Speedy Cure
If your dealer tlm's not keep them we will mull
you a box ill* powders i tin receipt nf 2b cents,
J. L MATHIEU Co., Propi..Shorbrooke, P.Q.
"The News" Classified Ads.
=0ne Cent A Word For Each Insertion^
-THEY   WILL   REPAY   A   CAREFUL   LOOKING   OVER-
I I
���j..*--
Before You
GET
SICK
OR
HURT
Don't forget to take out an Accident
anil Health Policy���the only substitute
for wages JuriiiR disability. Ask for
rates and further particulars.
All lionest claims positively paid
on sight.
JOHN DYBHAVN
Open Evenings Pattullo Block
JUMPED FOR FREEDOM
Woman's Desparate Leap from
an  Express Train
WEATHER AND SHIPPING
Cloudy   Along   Coast.     Some
Rain.   Lillooet on Way Here
From the various wireless stations along the coast the accounts
of this morning's weather describe
it for the most part cloudy or
foggy. Calm seas are reported
everywhere. Triangle reports fog
and rain.
The Lillooet at Skidegate this
morning is on her way to Prince
Rupert for Dominion Day. Ikeda
reported three whalers hunting
off there at 8 p.m. Triangle spoke
the steamer Victoria at 8 p.m. 38
miles off Cape Flattery southbound, also the Admiral Sampson
at 10.30 p.m.. off Egg Island
northbound.
cement work on the foundations
of the new house for Frank Mobley
wire let last niglit by W. I..
Barker, architect for the building.
P, Colussi will do the excavation,
and victor Bassobert the stone
wall and concrete for the founds*
don. Foundation walls are toj
be sent down clear to the rock'
about 8 ft. ti in. deep. Work is
being put in hands today.
FreshFLOWERSl
^���*^.s^i^ei--fcie-��>^<i^ii-*>ai����a��,��i^a��^e4s
Lost and Found       j
rf,-^i*��.ai*i>4i*i.ii-*>ii-iMiii..iXi''*iii^4
On Prince George, tomorrow morn int;
BrtJAv*.,
Rut I*. Build ir
ARCTIC STUDIO,'
May with Mail
The C. P. R. S.S. Princess May
arrived yesterday afternoon with
B number of passing, rs for Prince
Rupert, and full bookings for the
north. A very large consignment
of mail was landed bv the May.
S.inie Money Found on Second Ave. Apply Mrs.
Shrulia.ll's Fruit Store. Fultun Street, same
I'l.-A as Ma.lv Realty. If not claimed in two
days money will be given to Hoapital.      146-117
KOl'ND-Eureka Cleaning and Pressing- Company. Men's anus cleaned and pressed ILOO,
ladies' auits pressed and cleaned. Dry clean,
inn s specialty. Room 13 Weatenhaver Block,
phone rial 69. 121-147
LOST-511 price coupons issued by the P erless
Studio.
presented   before   July  3rd
Studio, Alder Block.
YOUNG ARTISTES
SCORED TRIUMPH
CONTINUE!- FROM PAGE 1
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
2nd Ave., next to old nnii-e nf I),,ti,,,,,,     ,.
STOKES' ICE CREAM
Best niiulo In Seultle.   Fruit un,| Candy   ai
llfti ai i,i���|���'
I'tluilt'.!.',()
Fruil un,| ('u,.,i,.   ,���,  .
sale and Rotall. Look for null t'"-
SAM COWEN, Proprietor
Rupert,
pain ttil
Willi   thr new  scenery
by   Mr.   Charles  Schley,
the dainty arrangement <>f drawing
ice coupons issued by the P erless I '.  , . _i     l     ,-���     ll.rlvl
These coupons win be accepted i   room furnishings anil electric ugiu
before   July  3rd  at  the  Peerles ... / .,      v _���..���
141-147     effects the habitues of the Empress
Id  scarcely  recognise
F. W. HART
UNriERTAKEll       2nd Ave. und Ith St
Gcors-e llarrie. wpvTUnosjtl
Emlililmer, MuiuiLrer
PIIONK 112        - -        HA.Y im HI   in
��� +���+++++++++++++++++++++++
ii W. J. McCUTCHEON
r*��.^^.^~.^.~-~~~~* | xheatre could
For Rent j j the stage,
i    Especially i
-*sa-iv*BaaaBaB-a��aaaB^a^sia*Bia**aaaia"*��****a*a*BBSBJi i ^
ippreciated was the
dainty Serenade by Drdla and the
Steamer Venture for South
The steamer Venture will sail
for Southern B. ('. |n>rts tomorrow
at 10 a.m.
Throe-room flat in W��*t.nhav��r Block. $26 per _ .
!    month; Hat In Clapp Building. f46; other lints famous    1 rauillcnc   l)V   JlCllUIliaiin
and houaea furnished and unfurniahed.    Apply ,          r            ...
Weatenhaver Broa., phon. 100.               UT-Wl '[he    liauiltlllg     flgUrc-IIKC
Six-roomed House to rent; modern conveniences. t   ,},.    ]atter,   rendered    with    6X-
Fr.ser St.. Apply Director. Cohen* Co.   11.1-tf '.
Wanted-Small houae. furni.hed or partly furn- qltisite   sympathy   by   MlSS   HilliT
Ished.   Slate term, tc Box R, Dally News.l40-tf
Pantorium Pionter Cleaners. "Phone 4
Strictly made io order Miits is
our motto. Arc you the next to
be suited?    Rudnick & Sweder
Bros., Helgerson Block.
Cvmmodlout house, corner 6th Ave. and Thomp.
son St.. furnished or unfurnished.     Phone 2*1   of   tile   aUdlCHCC   ailll   Ul
TRY   THE   "NEWS"   WANT
AD. WAY OF FINDING
or P.O. Box tisg.
Stores and offices for rant. Applv Dr. Mclntyre.
Third Ave., phon. irsen 59. 1 -"-1 '���
Neatly Furnished Rooms;  g-entlemen preferred.
Apply Mrs. Mullin. over Majestic Thestre.
119-lm
Phon. 296 If you want to rent a house, furni.hed
or unfurnished, corner 6th Av*. and Thompson
Street,   All modern convenlencea.
Coay furnlahed rooms. Mrs. Bower, Somerset
Rooms. Third Avenue, between Seventh and
Eia-hth. 117-tf
Cnrrtes complete stock of Driiic
iitL'iii inn paid
Theatre Block lni'N
hioeii ui   i 'i :;/.������      i*,>i vml    i
to tlllinn prtHoriptioni,    1
ione No. 79 Second Ave. 1
NEW WELLINGTON COAL
LIME      BRICK     PLASTER     CKMI.NT
SHINGLES, LATH, BLACKSMITH UM1.
i
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Toronto. June 30.���Rose Rae.
a female prisoner while en route
to a reformatory her today, jumped
from a train going al the rate of
forty miles an hour near Graven-
hurst. She escaped with a few
bruises anil got away. Thc police
are scouring the district for her.
S. A. Services
The local S. A. Corps will conduct a special service in the
Citadel tomorrow evening commencing with the usual open air
service at 7.30.
On Sunday bright lively -. r\ i,-�� -
will be conducted at   11  a.m., 3
.and 8 p.m.    The .Prince  Rupert
Orchestra will render sweet music
| during   the  evening  service,  and
i Knsign Johnstone will preach, subject:    "Sowing and   Reaping,  or
Cause and Effect." Mrs. Johnston
|and   Lieut.   Wright   will   sing  at
each service.    Everyone cordially
invited.
H���-
 n
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LYNCH BROS.
I
I
General Merchandise
Largest Stock
Lowest Prices  in  Northern B. C.
.~~. l
a	
Porter Wsnted
theme
of the  latter,
qllisiti
stiined to tear at the heart-strings
response
to an insistent call, Miss Hiller
repeated the last movement unaccompanied.
Miss Lindsay too, scored a
great success. Her light soprano
voice is wonderfully clear and
sympathetic and her pieces were
well .selected to show the graces
of her voice. This was very-
noticeable in her cycle of rose
songs, the last of the trio, Reie-
hardl's "When the Roses Bloom,"
Apply Talbot Room,. 2nd Ave. winning her tremendous applause
which did not even end when she
repeated the dainty melody.
Her   rendering   of   the   encore
ROGERS & BLACK
Phone 116
Help Wanted
Younrr srirl In take care of two tmall children,
afternoons. Apply Mrs. Gordon bsin. Horden
Street. 141-150
School s-lrl I., do lie-tit house work.    Msv live at ,,       ���    ��� ��� i
hnmelfde.lr-a.1.     Apply Mr*. Ku��l.-r. apart-   SOIlg     Bonnie Sweet Bessie,    scored
m*nt No. 5. Clapp Building. 2nd Ave. nnd Mc-     . , mi
Bride, or oh.me 27�� red. lio-tf      the most popular success.     I here
Boarders Wanted
"1
���*~+���+�����...
A few city homelike rooms chesp to .teady
nasmers.   King Goorrre Hotel. 2nd Avenue.
1 ill-IMS
I DOMINION : DAY!'
IN PRINCE RUPERT
Now Ready
The Tennis Court at the Public
School grounds is now in shape for
play.
F.   MOBLEY S   NEW   HOUSE !
Contracts Let for Excavation
and Foundation Wall*. Work
now Begins.
Contracts for the excavation and J
1    '     | FRESH EGGS )'   '     \
"PURITY" CREAMERY BUTTER
-FOK    SALE     BY-
PRINCE RUPERT FISH MARKET
���n.r
i
GRAND  CELEBRA
The Land Sports
TION, JULY 1st
���
	
Will be held
Land Sports
���t the corner of Sixth
Aquatic Sports
Music   by   the Best
Indian Bands
Avenue and
HeBrida St.
particulars
of which will
be found on
the posters.
Grand   Concert    in
Empress Theatre in
Everybody Come
the evening;
$1,000 IN PRIZES
Every lh ins;
1* guaranteed mod, Including  the
weather., :
A SilWitl.il hut "ill t�� (int li iW Wit sWri'.d RtutV-w i��tj Bit's��� Fbrt
Situations Wanted      i
\>*l,ioTi Wants*, (n itjiI i-simr olfles?. Smtll ��l*
try ind commission. Ftf iwn ynr'i txptrie-nce
invtllinjr tot m ChicMo whole file (rrocery ��on-
rt��m. IVsi of rtrffrrnn*. Addr����s answer lo
J. L I ��� .it '��������������� Edmonton. Albert*.
14M48
j For Sale
!
-~~e>
He for* leu mr your Stnw or Han,*** te* A, J.
(Ulland. McBnd* and Fifth Ave. Cook sloven
from IU. l*��-lm
First class Rnominir Hsusr, ten rooms, hotjMS
ke-eplnir ��nd alnn-l*. newlv furntahtd. Price
!'���*��� For trrrn" apply owner on premltet.
Drexel Roomnur House. 2nd Ave. 144*tf
lit 7���
I j     Business
I    Q*mk1r^s**mm1k^mW^m\^M
Chances
were many moist eyes in the
house as she finished the plaintive
Scotch ballad. Her final number
Del Riego's '"Oh, Pry Those
Tears," was sunp with urou power
and feeling, Miss Cassie Hiller
assisting with a violin obligate.
Both artistes were aided by
the sympathetic and nuisidanly
accompaniments of Frances Hiller.
and each received Moral tributes.
An audience that entirely filled
the seating uccoiunuxl.ition of the
theatre testified to the appreciation of the music-loving portion
of the city. The talented young
artistes like our young city, have
a promising future before them.
It is to be hoped thai during each
concert season the city will be
able to welcome them for many
years to come.
Co-sl money In Moving Picture..    Wanted���A
parly to .tart moiina* picture .how In Princ
I    Kupert    Write me for particular..    H.  Davis,
Waiertown. Wis. 137-wl
Fire Insurance
i
1
STRIKE SETTLED
IN ALBERTA
! TMK Ilritlsh Union and National Fire Insurance
Company of London, Knuland, with capital
nf tt.Ww.iii.no. See us for rate*. The Mack
Healtv and Inturance Company. 7u*tf
*:
Second Ave. at 7th St.
Phone 126
"th Ave. at Ebert*. St.
Phone 8
���Ma\-V.E.ABV-^-
Q* "Stay SatIslaitory Range
Sold and
Guaranteed by
L
The Kaien  Hardware Company
THIRD ANENUE
PHONE No. 3
:; J lt��l��tKM��nraMMHHltl��M HStitKHHilHU XHa�� U It It�� ����IIUU^IIMMII���� tt����;��
1** *-.��
NATURAL RESOURCES |
SECURITY COMPANY, Ltd.
PAID UP CAPITAL 1250,000
-OFFER FOR mii
Townsites Farm and Fruit Lands
���iOINT OWNERS AMI  SOLE AOENTS OF���
Fort George Townsite Mattett Townsite
Notice
Cheering Report Comes from
Nelson���Seven per Cent Increase of Wages but no Closed
Shop.
Do away with this.    Patroniz.- a whit.-
laundry.   White labor only ut
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
Do Away With
Clips and Pins
in Your Office
-BY USING THE-
Clipless
Stand
Machine
The very latest invention in oltice rs>
quisities. It punches anil locks letterheads for filing as no other machine Joel
STATIONERY BOOKS        ETC.
McRae Bros.
Siith Street Phone Red 78
HEAD OFFICE:- H06 BOWER BUILDING. VANCOUVER, B.C.
Local Office:
Alder Block
Sixth Street
rlinooonooaetmntKimimiart^
;*:
Th* Plumtrins; an,I Sheet Metal buaineaa lately
conduct-sl liy II. Wood, successor to Mstheson a. .
W..d. Snd Ave., has been taken over by Smith A I nrrri-P    to
Mallett, to whom all outstanding- account, are I    r>'v
parable and who will pay all claims siraiiiat the
liu.ines..
������Ill SMITH A M.M.1.KTT
Notice
All members of lhe Fraternsl Order of Fasles
sre requested lo sttend the meetlna nn Wednes-
���Isy evenlnit, June 2*th. st I o clock. In the K. of
P. Hall. I4S44S
Police Notice
Tender, will be received by the iinderslened up
toSp.m June 26, 1911. fur the supplying of Police
Uniform*, helmets .nd caps. 8smples of cloth
to he submitted to the Chief of Police at once and
full particular, obtained fr,.m him.
ERNEST A. WOODS,
'June 20. Itll
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Nelson, June 30.���It is reported
here on good authority that the
settlement of the Alberta and
Crow's Nest Pass coal strike has
lieen arranged. The coal operators
offer the day workers
an increase of seven per cent in
wages and other concessions, but
not including the closed shop. It
is understood the strikers have
agreed to accept the offer. An
official announcement is to be
mads at the beginning of next
week.
For New Telegraph
The gasoline launch Laura Jean
left the other morning for Alice
Arm taking a heavy load of stores
and   material   for   the   telegraph
Clerk of Police Board   jjJM, ,.���,lstrllCtiol1 there.
TO RENT
Comfortable -l-roomi-it Cottai/i-  in �������
6, $25.00.
3-roomed Cabin in section 1, JHU"1.
FOR SALE
Lot 4. block 6, sec. 6. $1400, half Ctt\
Lots   11   and   12,   blocK  28.   SKUOH Si
$650, half cash. ,���.
Lots 21 and 22, block 24, section 8. Sow
pair, half cash.
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Second Ave.,
Limited.
Prince Ruperl, B-C
INSERT YOUR LAND PURCHASE
NOTICES IN THE
NEWS
--.��:?*
,
i
ASK UNCLE JERRY
JEREMIAH    H.    KUGLER
He sells Builtlinvrn       He sells Contracts
He has Houses to Rent
He buys Lots He builds Homes
List  Your  Properties  with  Uncle  Jerry
?.3&..3.-3.3^
Special  Bargains  in
Kitm-la*. Lands    Vrancois Lake Land*    Lakelae Land.
Unfit.,,, District Landa       Bulkley Valley Lands
Kispiox Valley Lands       Porcher Island Lands
KiUumkalum.Landa, Sand, Gravel and Marble Deposits
1
iii
%
1
He buys Leases
He loans Money-
He has FarniB For Sale
He sells Houses
He rents Stores
Second Avenue, Prince Rupert, B. C.
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