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Array THE  WEATHER
oitty-four hours ending 6  a. m.,
MIS. TEMP. BAR IN. MAIN
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THE DAILY NEaWS^Si
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
South
iu Thursday, u.m.
i   North
*����� '  Princess Muy Thursday p. m.
"VOL. II,  NO. 144
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Wednesday, June 28, 1911.
Price Five Cents
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CORPSE FROM ST. DENIS
FOUND BY THE INDIANS
The Body Wore the Captain's Coat With Many Papers
In It and Is Now on Aristazable Island Unbur-
ied   W. E. Curtis of Lowe Inlet Saw It
A Kiiin relic of the St. Dennis
disaster lias been discovered on
the allow at Aristazable Island.
Mr. VV. !'������ Curtis, manager of
the Low Inlet Cannery who was
there last Sunday getting Indians
for thc cannery, was shown the
remains of a Chain man whose
|hm|\ ilrified ashore some little
thru, ago. The Ixidy was lashed
tti wreckage marked widi the
name "St. Dennis."
Wore Captain's Coat
From the fragmentary infor-
tnatii'ii gathered from the Indians
ii -tiiiis that the corpse came
ashore about a couple of months
ago. Thc drowned Chinaman wore
a Int ol clothes. The Indians
my lu- hail on three of his own
easts, and also the captain's coal.
An Indian said that the clothes
M.n taken off the corpse, and that
ilu- coal supposed to be the cap-
tain'a had lieen sent to Jack
Pauline who keeps a store at Bella
Bella. There were some papers
i-i thc pockets,    Mr. Curtis was
unable to verify this part of the
story at thc time.
Corpse Liea Unburied
Nothing was done by the Indians to bury the body which lies
a mouldering skeleton on die
rocks where it was found. The
hair still clings to the skull. There
is nothing left to furnish any-
further clue to the mystery of
the lost St. Denis. The steamer
it will be recalled Was supposed
to have been overloaded, and to
have turned turtle on the west
coast of Vancouver Island. The
body of the Chinese cook came
ashore some weeks after all hope
of thc vessel had been abandoned.
It was found at Clayuquot and
identified. The St. Denis was
supposed to have suddenly turned
turtle about Christmas, but the
finding of thc body on Aristazable
Island lashed to wreckage and
fully clad, hints at a longer struggle
for life on thc part of thc illfatcd
crew dian was thought to have
occurred.
DORANDO WINS  RACE
This Time it is the King's
Horse, not the Plucky Italian
Runner.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Newmarket, England, June 28.���
King George's horse Dorav.do won
a popular victory here today when
it galloped away with the Botisham
Plate from a field of six. The
victory was louldy acclaimed.
LOST A TROPHY
AT STATE GALA
$2,500 Reward is Offered for
Return of a Diamond and
Pearl Necklace.
ENTRIES COME
WITH A RUSH
For Dominion Day Athletic
E Events Dan Dempaey Entera
(..for Moat Everything���Faat
,. Skidegate Indians En t tar for
������ I liri-t- Mile and Hundred Yda.
I 	
Entries arc coming thronging
in for the athletic events on
Dominion Day. Peter Miller and
C. Bell, two Skidegate Indians
wlm have great reputations for
lit. tiifss of foot, are entered today
'��r tin- three mile and 100 yards
leapt i lively.
. popular contestant who has
l."iic a plumper for every one of
[he sliort races and jumping events
i> Dan Dcmpsey of the operating
department of the ('.. T. P. Dan
promises to put up a thoroughly
'��� tussle fur more than one or
t\i.i ol the prices, and will prove
���i ben competitor.
For the fat man's race C.
Burrows i-, today entered, and
' 'li. r Besner has issued a direct
personal challenge to Jack Beany
i�� tlnit |Hi|mlar event.
As already noted in the News,
thc Scandinavian Society of this
city is to give $25 towards a
prize for thc ten mile race, and the
Overseas Club has offered a prize
for the tug of war.
THE WATER PURCHASE
"Square Deal'' Makes Pithy
Comment on the City's Action.
"The City of Prince Rupert,
British Columbia, recently paid
to the Prince Rupert Power and
Light Company $15,018.75 for
thc water and power rights of
Woodworth Lake and its outlet
to Shawatlans Lake.
"Thc important thing to note
is that thc city pays not only
for any material thing but merely
for the privilege of using one of
thc undcvelo|K-d natural resources
of thc country, and that thc
city paid the money not to thc
British Columbian Government,
but to a private corporation."
From thc "Square Deal," thc
official organ of the Tax Reform
League of Ontario.
PLUCKY RESCUE MADE AT
PORT SIMPSON HARBOR
Rev. D. W. Ganton and Mr. Geo. D. Robinson Rescued
Five Helpless People Last Night from Drowning
(Special to the Dally News)
Port Simpson, June 28.--But
,,,r 'In' heroic presence of mind
JRcv. I). W. Ganton, B. A., and
v|: '""rue D. Robinson, five
persona   might   have   lost   their
-  by  drowning   in   die   Port
s""i '-"ii harbor last-night at: about
oghi o'clock.
Boat Capsized
"''  five  iiersons,   Mrs.  John
'"in,   her   two   children,   Miss
"",1"'1' the lady superintendent
J "'" Crosby Girls' Home, and
Wf. Wo.nlw.ird, engineer of thc
'   ;'"'  latindl   Homespun,  were
."" melr way from the launch to
*   wl,i".   in   a   small   rowboat,
*nen die craft capsized.
Came to Their Rescue
*�� of  the   unfortunate  pas-
'"K'rs Bot underneath   the up*
lrm'"1 boat, while thc remainder
were unable to swim. The accident was witnesses by Rev.
Mr. Ganton and Mr. Robinson
who had accompanied the party
on a picnic excursion to North
Port Simpson. They immediately
brought their boat up to the
place where thc helpless women
and children were struggling in
the water. Only their prompt
action saved thc lives of the
drowning people.
Got Safe Ashore
They managed to rescue them,
and brought them safely ashore
where they were attended to.
Save for thc fright they received,
the victims of thc capsized boat
are now all right again. Great
credit is given to the gentlemen
for their prompt action and prcs-
endec of mind at thc moment of
thc accident.
London, June 28.���Thc state
gala at Convent Garden Opera
House was marred for one of the
ladies present by the loss of a
valuable diamond and pearl necklace. It is valued at $5,000, but
has a sentimental value besides
as a trophy of the Indian mutiny.
A reward of S'2,500 has been
offered bv the owner for its return.
BASEBALL SCORES
Northwestern League
Spokane 9, Vancouver 4.
Victoria 5, Tacoma 3,
Seattle and Portland match postponed on account of rain.
American League
Washington 5;  New York 2, 3.
Chicago 3, Detroit 0.
Boston 3, Philadelphia 7.
Pacific Coast League
Vernon 4, Oakland 8.
Portland 3, Sacramento 4.
Los Angeles 3. San Francisco 2.
STEAMER ASHORE
S.S. Signet Reported Ashore
Off San Francisco���Lifeboat
to the Rescue.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
San Francisco, June 28.���A steamer believed to be the Signet
is ashore off Golden Gate and
Hying signals of distress. It is
feared she is sinking. The life-
saving crew has gone out to the
rescue.
MR.  BORDEN'S TOUR
Held Meeting at Lacombe  that
Waa Well Attended
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Calgary, June 28.���Mr.  R.  I.
Borden and his party of speakers
held a meeting near here at a
place called Lacombe last night.
It was well attended, much interest being taken in his visit by
the people of the district.
WHEAT MILLS
FORM A MERGER
Another Indication That the
Price of Flour Will Drop
Upwards.
(Canadian Perss Despatch)
Guelph, Out., June 28.���A merger has just lieen formed among
all the Western Ontario mills
using winter wheat. They will be
amalgamated into one company.
The mills affected by the merger
include those at Guelph, Chatham
Blenheim, St. Thomas, St. Mary's
and Stratford.
FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS
HE HAS BEEN A PIONEER
Interesting Interview With Mr. Thos. Deasy,  the  Indian Agent
for Graham Island-���Came to the Coast as a Child in a
Troopship Round Cape Horn and Saw Vancouver
and New Westminster When They Were
Uncleared Bush---B. C.'s Future
On die 28th June 185!) the good
sailing ship Euphrates arrived in
Esquimalt harbor, after a voyage
of six months around Cape Horn.
Over sixty men, women and children were brought to the Colony
of British Columbia on the troopship, including the wives and
children of the Royal Engineers,
Several of thc soldiers also followed on the vessel in the wake
of die Thames City, a vessel
which brought thc first contingent.
Of die officers, crew and passengers of the Euphrates, but two
remain, and both arc residents
of this province. Ex-Mayor VV. H.
Keary of New Westminster, is
one and thc other is Indian Agent
Thomas Deasy of Queen Charlotte Islands, now celebrating his
fifty-second anniversary in Prince
Rupert.
A Bit of History
Mr. Deasy was born in Portsmouth, England, in 1857, after
the return of his father from the
Crimean war who had fought
side by side with Mr. Keary's
father. The two survivors of
the trip from England were born
in adjacent houses and, after
their arrival here, went to the
same   school,   learned   the   same
trade and have Ivoth been in tin-
civic service of British Columbia
cities for many years. On their
arrival the city of New Wist-
minster was hewn out of thc
forest and the 100 men, comprising the Royal Engineers, preserved the peace until 1804, when
the soldiers were disbanded. Of
the large number of men on the
roll call but sixteen remain alive.
Always a Pioneer
"I have done a great deal of
pioneer work in llritish Columbia,"
said Mr. Deasy. "In 1871 1
visited Vancouver which was then
only known as 'Gastown,' and
found the present city a wilderness. I left New Westminster in
180!) and lived in Victoria for
many years. At that time the
Indians outnumbered us about
twenty to one, and the principal
trading was with the natives.
The Cariboo, Cassiar, Omineca
and other gold excitements are
quite fresh in my memory and it
appears that I have pioneered in
all of the new towns throughout
the province, New Westminster,
Victoria, Vancouver and even Nel- j
son, in lhe Kootenays, have each j
been my home, at various times
and we are now putting in the
second year in Prince Rupert.
Flour, $50 a Sack
"You have an advantage over
our early pioneers. We knew
nothing of the electric light, railways, fast steamships and the
many new Inventions of modern
times. The old steamers Beaver,
Grappler and Otter were thou-
lit good enough for the fifty-
nincrs. I have eaten Hour that
cost fifty dollars a sick, and we
bad to carry it home from thc
mouth of the Fraser River, on
the Ice. Strange to say,, I am
now located on the extreme limit
of tjie Province, on the last land
between America and Asia and
am still 'Pioneering.' I have
remained with the country, through
thick and thin through goixl fortune and ill, and am as much
impressed with the potentialities
of this province as any of thc
recent arrivals.
Answer the Roll Call
"There is a sad note to the
history of a lifetime and that is
the fact that thirteen of my
relatives rest in one of the ceme-
taries of the Province, Year after
year a large number of those who
DARING AVIATOR FLIES
OVERJAGARA FALLS
Lincoln Beachey Penetrates Clouds of Mist and Spray,
Then Swoops Under Arches of Bridge and Makes
Perilous Flight Down the Niagara Gorge
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Niagara Falls, Canada, June 28.-
One of ihe most sensational episodes in ihe history of the falls
occurred this morning when Lincoln Beachey, the young aviator,
fulfilled his promise lo soar above
the falls.   The feat was only accomplished in  the face of great
danger.     At   one   time   it   was
feared that he would be lost.
Used a Biplane
Starting from the American side,
Beachey launched his biplane into
die air. The noise of the whirring
motor for a moment drowned tin-
roar of thc cataract, as the frail
machine quivered in the air over
the Great Gorge. Heading direct
for thc HorsesliiK- Falls, Beachey
was soon lost in die spray and
mist, and fears were expressed
that   the daring fellow had  been
sucked down into the awful lorrenta
Emerged Safely
Bui a minute later he was
seen to be battling safely in the
air over the mist and spray clouds,
as his machine slowly mounted
higher and higher. Thin when
he had reached an altitude he
swooped down into die Gorge
again, skimming beneath the archer, of the upper steel bridge
which was thronged with nervous
sight-seers.
Down the Gorge
From there he swiftly flew down
lhe whole length of the great
gorge, skimming the surface of
die rapids, until he reached thc
whirlpool. There he elevated his
machine and mounted up to thc
Canadian side. Over 150,000 were
present and witnessed the daring
and death-defying feat.
CITY COUNCIL TONIGHT
Sewers and Culverta to be Dis
cuaaed.     Aldermen's   Resignations.
Tonight lhe city council will
take up the matter of sewers and
culverts which was left unfinished
last Wendesday when Alderman
Newton and Alderman Hilditch
threatened to resign. The Mayor
had received no communications
from the two aldermen this morning, but expects thc matter will
lie amicably adjusted tonight.
Both the aldermen will probably
be present.
Born
A Boy to Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
Thatcher of 8th Ave. and Bowser
Street, on June 28th.
Here You  Are
For a well made suit Rudnick
& Sweder Bros, are the people.
Heljrerson Block Basement, 6th
Street.
Where to Go
EMPRESS THEATRE. Second Ave.
Pictures antl 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.
OLYMPIC ARRIVES
AT NEW YORK
The Greatest Steamer of Modern Times Completes Her
Maiden Trip.
New York, June 27.���The worlds
largest and finest Steamer, the new,
triple-screw S.S. "Olympic," of
die White Star Line, steamed
proudly up the Ambrose Channel
today and is now moored at the
Chelsea pier to which a hundred
foot extension was recently made
so that this great vessel, 882 1-2
feet long, might be amply protected.
Throughout the voyage the "Olympic's" giant engines, the largest
afloat, worked smoothly, and the
800 cabin passengers landed well
pleased with their crossing. Mr.
Bruce Isniay, President of the
International Mercantile Marine
Company, was a passenger, and
expressed himself as being delighted witht he latest and greatest
steamer to join the White Star
fleet.
The "Olympic," 45,324 tons
register, exceeds by 13,000 tons
mil 120 feel in length any steamer
in lhe world.    A crew of 800 men
is required to operate her, and 3,000
passengers can be carried.
PRINTERS WON THE GREAT
INDOOR BASEBALL MATCH
(Continued on Last Page.)
WILL CUT TWO DAYS OFF ATLANTIC TRIP
All-Red Railway Co. Will Build a Thousand Mile Road From Montreal  to Labrador and Establish Port Near Straits of Belle Isle���Will Shorten Sea Trip
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Montreal, June 28.���A shortening of thc sea voyage between
Canada and England by two and
a quarter days is promised by
the promoters of thc All Red Line
Railway company, application
for whose charter has just been
filed. They will work in conjunction with thc All Red Steamship Company.
The company proposes to build
a railway from Montreal to a
point near Cape St. Charles on
the Labrador coast, near the Atlantic entrance to the Strait of
Belle Isle. This will save nine
hundred miles of a voyage down
thc St. Lawrence from Quebec,
and reduce thc travelling time
and navigation risk.
With a Lead of Seven Runs to Overcome in the
Innings They Downed the Blue Ribbons
Last
Printers 37.
Royal Blue Ribbons 30.
Though level with the iiotrhern
coast of Newfoundland, Cape St.
Charles is on the 52nd degree
the smae latitude as Bristol and
London, and a port could be
established that would be open
through the winter. The. only
time that the port would have to
be closed would be in May and
June when there is danger from
ice floes that enter the harbor.
square   to   both   teams   although
the        fans     of     both      hurled
many satirical epithets at him.
The game was a good, clean,
healthy one. Everybody entered
into the right spirit of play. Each
team had about an equal number
of rooters of both sexes.
Some Comments Heard
Waterman looked like Mephis-
topoles in his red stockings, pants
and sweater.
By the above close margin the
printers  defeated   their   rivals   in
the indoor baseball game at   the
���Xuditorium   last   night.      Black,
of the ink and type boys piloted
his   lads   in   the   seventh   inning
where he wanted them,   lie wanted nine runs to win.   With only
one man  out  he  got   them  then
the umpire said "curtain."
"Baldy"   Cullin  didn't  let the
contingent looked dangerous after hair grow under his feet in getting
lhat it was a cinch. I round the bases.
Some   two   or   three   hundred! 	
fans turned OUI  lo sec the game      Enthusiasm in Potts fairly boiled
which   was   the   greatest   in   the I 	
history   of   the   burg's   baseball      As a good rooter Mrs. Embleton.
annals.
Fred Homing was umpire, and
he did  well.    He  was  fair  and
had them all beaten.
Black proved himself white. ���un *��""- '-*�� -�����*���
THE   DAILY   NEWS
The Insurance People
BVllSV CLUBS OK INSURANCE.    CST OUR BATES
The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
Phon. 150 Third Avenue sail Pulton St
Fort George
Kor information,  free
maps and literature
call and tee me.
JOHN DYBHAVN
Open Evenings Pattullo Block
FOR SALE
-2000 SHARES IS-
SILVER CUP
i Mining Stock
THE    BEST    INVESTMENT    IN    B. C.
Will  sell |in  part  or  is  I
Make  an  offer
whole
P. O. Box 844   -   Prince Rupert
RAT CATCHER
IS WORKING WELL
But Medical Health Officer Demands Further Precautiona
Against Invaaiona of Rata
from Steamera.
Dr. Reddle ha* reported favorably regarding the efficiency of
the present city ratcatcher. He
recommend-, however, that a minimum numlier ..f S00 rats per
month should It- required from
ilu ratchatd er before the bonus
on rat- can be paid. Dr. Reddic
further recommends ihat measures
be taken to prevent rats from
getting ashore from thc steamers.
Dr. Reddie is of the opinion that
as many rats come off thc vessels
as can In- killed by the ratcatcher.
The city council agreed to exact
the minimum numl-cr of rats from
the ratcatcher and to lay upon
the table the recommendation regarding the prevention of rats
from coming ashore from the boats
A iTipy of the Vancouver Bylaw regarding rats and the vessels
was cnrl.rscd by Dr. Reddie and
steps will probably be tak<-n ��h��nly
to have a similar by-law for
Prince Rupert
SHIP IN DISTRESS
Investigation into Supposed Co
lliaion. Craft Docked in Police Court.
Into lhe still waters of the |K.|in
court <|.��k this morning tin mysterious little craft or crafty little
tm-ury who yesterday rejoiced
in the name "I Ton! Capilsno, wss
carefully steered.    It   tun- out
this   iii'.ii ii k   that   lhe    \< Mel's
nsme aounda more lik<- "Coquil
Ism." In any - ise thi ��� r.d. got
clearance papt r- all right tods)
Rumor-, that ih>- S.S. Tonl < 0*
quitlam had been In collision with
the Comos Cruiser Blanche King
carrying sway her hand-gear wen
apparently groundli as. The cruiser sailed into diKk an hour late,
and had  to pay the .osi�� of the
other boat's dockage dues 15.
The mis-ing hand-gear seems to
have gone adrift. It was worth
$25.
WHO LENT THE
PILE-DRIVER?
Alderman Douglaa Unearths
Another Mystery. City's Beautiful and Efficient Pile-
driver Haa Been Deliberately
Lent.
Why has the City lieen lending
its pile-driver in competition with
private firms owning pile-drivers?
Alderman Douglas wanted to know
this. He asked the question verbally and was told by the Mayor
that the new Procedure By-law
requires enquiries now to be sub-
mitted in writing.
Later Alderman Douglas submitted a motion to the effect that
the city should not lend or hire
the pile-driver in competition with
private enterprise. The . motion
waa ��� irried.
Alderman Morrissey wanted to
biOW who had given authority
for the lending of the machine.
Nobody knew���-not even the Major.
G. T. P. WON 1
  li
Crack Bowlers Beat   All Stars" , {
Laat Night j
'Die <",. T. P. bowling aggregation are on top again. They met
the "All Star" team last night
ii Morrison's Alleys and beat
them by  131 pins.    Here are the
���con -���
' AH Stars"
StenstTom 109   136   220
Franks  189   136   214
McMillan     190    171    215
Mcl.illan          ...135    189    179
Miller      152   192   189
total 2896, average 180.
G. T. P.
T. Crandell    190    173    177
W. Crandell 159   168   156
Hobby 163   187   189
Mader  193   230    170
Edy 279    177    202
Total 2827, average 189.
The apecial feature was S. A.
Edy who broke alley record by
12 pir.s rolling 11 strikes and 1
spare.
REV. DR. MARTIN DEAD
Alderman Kerr on In-half of the
streets   committee   declared   that!
the pile-driver was the best one Well  Known  Presbyterian  Divine Paaaea Away at  Brant-
in Prince Rupert today: and someone in the audience hinted that ii
might lx- a good thing to lend it
next to the Government Wharf
contractor to help him get in
another pile before Christmas.
ford.
TAKE CARE OF
THE CITY SCOW
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Brantford. June 27.���Rev. Dr.
Martin, convener of the foreign
missionary committee of ihe Presbyterian church in Canada, died
here today.
He had held the pastorate at
| Brantford for many years.
Launch Owners Will be Aaked 	
to   Tender   for   Towing   the      THE  GAMBLERS   DOOM
Scow out of Harbor for Dum- 	
ping and Back.    Morrisaey'a Chief Vickera ia Out to Rid Ru-
Feara for Ita Safety. pert of Tinhorns and Rakera-
off.
Now that the city garbage dumping scow is ready for service, and
lhe nuisance caused on the G. T. P.
Stringent measures are to betaken by Chief Vickcrs from now
wharf is increasing it has l>evn ,,n to get rid of the gambling
decided that the scow be put 10| fraternity in Prince Rupert. Last
work at once. Tenders arc to be j night the edict went forth that
called for from owners of towing a|| games with any sort of a rake
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"The News"_ Classified Ads*
==0ne Cent A Word For Each Insertion^
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-Eurska Cleaning and   Pressing- Company.   Men's suits cleaned and pressed f 1.U0. ,
Ladies' suit* pressed snd cleaned.   Dry cleaning s specislt)-.   Room 13 Weatenhaver Block,
phone red 69. 121-147
FOL'ND-Elegsnt rooms; newly furnished. The
Bulklev Block. 6th Ave., near Fulton.    109-lm
LOST-.50 price coupons issued by the P erless
Studio. These coupons will be accepted 1
presented before July 3rd at the Peerle.
Studio. Alder Block. 141-147
RECORD BREAKING HEAT
Kansas City and District Baked
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
to a Cinder
Kansas   City,   June   20���This
city's   heat   record   for   the   l>asi
twenty   years   has   been   broken
during the week end.    At Salina
������a>��s>|9  hundred and  fourteen  in   the
11shade was registered.    Crops are
a I blistered and unless rain comes a
1 aaalUn   ..'ill   1 V,v   .1    tollll   IllSS.
Do away with this.
laundry.   White labor only at
Patronize a whit.'   Six-roomed House to rent; modern conveniences,
Fraser St.. Apply Director. Cohen at Co.   143-tf
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
large section will be a total loss.
This is Straight Gooda
The sale which commences to
ESTABLISHED 1*09 1-SDEBTAkCrVS
F.W. HART & COMPANY
Corner Second Ave. and Sixth St.
Oo. Barrle. Licensed Eirbolmer. Man'RT.
PHONE 62 NIGHT 01 DAY
Wanted-Small house, furnished or partly furnished.   State terms tc Box R, Daily News.l-W-tf
Commodious houae. corner 6th Ave. and Thomp*
wn St., furnished or unfurnished.     Phone Bft| morrow at Director, C ohl'l. B|g6flt8
or P.O. Box &88. , ..
Four-roomed House, partly furnished, with bath- ��� fiirnishl-rs. CtC, IS a really genuine
room; close In on Summit Ave., back of Borden '
street.   Apply at Fireball or P.O. Box 269. One.
m-m They are going out of business.
i Furnished Rooms In apartment house, opposite   ,- .,),:,..,   :���    their   store   is   for
Clapp Buildins-. 2nd Ave., near McBrid*.    Ap-   '-v er\ llllllg   111    UKir   Slop,    is   ill.
...!.,.r,-M,|..-a la-twcei, ,.n.. .-.n.l llir.v ,, m , ^     fist uriiS   ;UU1   all,   lit   .CSS   tluill
ll
12B-134
Furniture of three-room flat. Apply Room 15
Weslenhaver Block, corner 2nd Ave. and Sixjh
Street. 12S.1S4
Niosly furBished front Room In new house.   Apply Mrs. Saville, Fourth Ave., near McBride.
127-13-1
Tenders will be received ���> the undersized up
to 5 p.m. June 26. 1911. for th- supplying ol Police   Slom mnl] ���������, for nnt_   Applv Dr. Mclntyre.
Third Ave., phone green 59. 125-tf
���ost price.
Police Notice
, i	
Uniforms, helmets snd caps. Samples of cloth
to be submitted to the Chief f Police st once snd
full particulars obtained from him.
ERNEST A. WOODS.
June20,1911 Clerk of Police Board
140-142
chance had ben pi. ycd under any
doubtful conditions last night.
Nice, clean, bright outside rooms.
6th Ave., nesr Fulton,
Nice furni.hed room, single or for housekeeping.
Apply Drexel Rooming House, 2nd Ave., near
McBride. May -l-lmo
Along the Waterfront
Waterfront business is quiet today. In the morning the S.S.
British Columbia arrived with a
very heavy mixed cargo and towing a large scow load ol lumber
for the Wcstholme Co. The S.S.
llenriette li fl for V;" couver light, j school girl to do light house work
_.       _ . ,,, i      '    home If desired.     Apply Mn
The Prince Albert came in  Irom,   rnentNo.s.cisppBuilding.2
lur Island trip, aid lhe Hnzelton
and Inlander
Rapid Work at Digby
Since starting his men at  the
work   of   framing   the   piles   for
,   ihe marine station  Mr. Thomas
Nelly Furnished Room.;  gentlemen preferrad.
Apply Mrs. Mullln. over Majestic Theatre. Sledh.Ull    lias |IOt    llllirc     Ihllll    Jl
119-lm ��� ,
Phon. 296 if youw.nl to rent a house, furni.hed : score    of    the pilt'S    framed    illlll
or unfurnished, corner6th Ave. and Thompson   .......l..   f,,r   .],,, rr.ni^f��H>        4   t'oil-
Str*et.   AH medern conveniences. riM-tlN     lor    me COI.Lrcit.      .-.   W��i
Cosy furnished rooms.      Mra.   Bower. SomerKt , M��| IIH It  of  (XMlU'llt   for   this  pari
Rooms. Third Avenue, between Seventh  and j . . ,    , ,.,,., *���*.-.��.
Einhth. U7.tf      of tlu* work arnw-u tho othor tla>
Nii-f Furnished Roomt.   Apply Mrs. Kirby. Alder
Block, upsulrs entrance. Third Ave.       117-124
Bulkley Block
lUS-lm
and was landed at Digby Wand
wharf.
Skeena L��nd District���District uf Ctusiar
Tike notice that 1, Alfred Kyu ol Prince Uu
l����rl,   ti.   C,   occupation   el��ctncian,   iiiumi,  t���
apply  for  permisaiun  to  purcliaau tho  lolluw.ru;   *
deaalbed lands; *
Commencing ����� a post plum.-,I about (8) throe
miles south ol tbe (urks ot tbe V.blte and Hut
rivers, thence B0 chains south, .bonce uij ���.t.m,,-
east, thence til) chains north, thetice  |Q chin*
Dated April 18, 1911. ALKlU.b K\Tk
I'ub. .May 13. Francis S. PnttOQ, X^.i
Skeena Lsnd DUtrict���District qJ Caaaiar
Take nuiice that 1, James Millar Jubtutoii nl
Stewart, li. C, occupation storekirvpiT, Ipttnd tu
apply  (or  pemiiasion to  purchase thu toUofttQ-j
iU<scribed landa:
Commencing at s poat  planted abuut dm - |u
north from tbo  Naas nver and about nuw- tnkkM
above thu forks of thu Naas river, thence norU. mj
chains, thence wost bO chains, ilu-ue.   io-ui
chains, thence east ou chains tu point ()( oomm n��
tin-tit, coniainlntf o-iu acres moru ur ;.���..
JAMfcS MILLAR JOHNSTON
Dated .March 2\, lull.   Frank Sidney u . t .     \,..
I'ub. Mai  It
Skeena Lsnd Dutnct���District uf QtsMltl
Take notice that 1,   Hurtle  Ldwin   baugt-i  ui
Stewart,  li.  C, occupation plumber,  .   .-i���i tu
apply  fur permisaiun to purchaau thu  toUowUtl
dosenbed laniis;
Cumraencing st s post plsnted about one u\m
north of the Nsas river and abuut seven bSsl
above the (orks ot the Nsss Hiver upstn-atn,
thence north B0 chains, thence eaat oo cbatui'
tbence aoulh B0 chains, ihence weei bO cr.aitu to
point ot commencement, cuiilaininn 0\o acr.-j
more or less.
BBBTU EDWIN u.vbiiku
Dated Msrch 23. 11*11. Frank Sidney ^ . ���..- Am
Pub. Msy 17.
Skeens Lsnd District��� DUtrict of Coast, .*.. . j
Taku nutice ihst 1, Lionel tvin^sley o( Vancouver, H. ('., occupation miner, inlend lo apply
tor permission lo purchsss tbe Mlowina, tsssmbtd
lands:
Commencing st s post plsnted ntwv the south*
west curner of Lot liJ2, lUnge j, Coast Dutnct
thence west 40 chsins, thence south tid zUauu,
Ihsoce east 40 chsins, ihence nurlti t>0 chains iu
tuitit ut commencement,
rated .Msrch':I, lull.       LIONEL KtMOSLKV
I'ub. Auril::.
Skeens l-ami DUtrict���DUtrict of Cosst li,, |
Take not ce thst 1, John l*sn I'etersul I'nt.cs
Rupert, 11. Oh occupst un clerk, inlend to sp,>i.
for permission lo purchase ibe loiluwing dtjsc/|t>va
ands:
Commencing at a post plsnted about three at
one-halt miles distant n a souin westerly d raxt uc
Irum a blind slough from Observstory Inlet��l.tn
the same touches the 1 ndian k. *.���. ���-.. tbji.r.
west 60 chains, ibence north bt) cbsins, Ummi
essl (M) cbsins, thence south BO chains lo point o
commencement, containing 6W acres mure ur less
Psl.-d April 11, r.Ml. JOHN   IVAN   PBTBtU
I'ub. May 13.
Skeena Land Dutnct -Disuict ot Coast lUnge V
Take notice that 1, J. Lorne MacLaren uf
Prince Rupert. B.C., occupation real estate agt-nt
intends to apply fur permission lo purchase t:.
follow insi desenbed lands:
Commenclnir al a post plsnted 4t) chsins vbjM
snd BU chains soulh of the southwest DOTM   :
lut 1733, vicinity of Lakelse Lake, and mark. I J
L. MacLaren's nortwest corner, ihence eaat R
chains, thence soulh 40 chains, ihence assjl |
chains, ihence north 40 chains to point uf ass*
mencement. conUininjc X9U acres mure or lesa
J.LOKNK MacLARLN
Geo, K. Putnam, Agent
Date May 31. Ml
Pub. June 16. UU
Msy live "at
home if desired. Apply Mrs. Kugler, apartment No. f>. Clspp Building. 2nd Ave. and McBride. or phone 273 red. 140-tf
,     Waitress Wanted.   Apply French Joe's ResUU-
aro    at    tho    Wharf.1    rant. Third Ave. 139-141
launches for a price per trip for*flff were to stop.   Evidently thc|The Haxdton is duo to leave for[Mt^^gg.^ltt."* TOriiillw
lowtr.g   the acow* out of harrxirUvarning had a wh<ilovimc effect  ap river on Wednesday morning.Iwu^-HDOs^nnto
DOMINION : DAY'
IN PRINCE RUPERT
and back. jfor oonstabtes were able to n>>on
Alderman Morrissey pointed outl this morninif that r.o (james of |Skeena t.d;i>
that it will not do to accept the
olowcst offer for towing without |
assurance  that   the  tug  boat   is!
equal lo thc handling nf the scow
sif.ly   in   case  of   had   weather|
arising while ihe rraft is at sea.
Thc Mayor rather fancied this
can   Ik-   left  to  those   tendering.
They   will   not   risk   their   own
launches by und> Making too heavy
lowing for varying weather.   But
Alderm.m   Morrissey   thought   a
launch  owner  hampered  by   thc
city scow in lime of risk would
cut the scow adrift.    He wanted
lo   have   the   tenderers   put   Up
lionds covering the value of thc
City Solicitor Peters declared
thai you louUln't And -< .during
men on ihe Pacific cosst who
would put up lend* like that.
He siigg.-siid that insurance of
tin- mow rovered the -i mat ion
exactly.
Tenders will lie talkd h.r. and
the rotinril will  not  award   the
tad  .\<'jit  to a trustworthy
launch OWni r with a reliable Ikkii
equal to ordinary risks on these
The tug <",k-n   Ro-��i  left  for  the
YOUR CHANCENOW
To  Get   Rigged  Out  Cheaply
One  of   ihe   greatest   slaughter
salts  . \. r  hi Ir 1  in   this  city  will
conunence toniormw at Dlractor,
Cohen A Company's si.,re. corner
Sixth   strut   and  Second  .ivrnur.
The building, the firm now occupy,
is in Ih- remodelled Into sn sresde,
and   as  the  lease  held   by   thnn
BXplrSS next month they are (OTOBtl
to  mova    their  atodt  or  sell  it.
Tliey  ih.KiM'  to do  a It.-   IsttBf at
n gnat  sa.rili..   taiher ihaii have
titt UonU,. ���( moving snd Muring
tiii'ir r.��kIs.
BaaaVsia the great M.n-k ..t gents'
clothing, littnhhtass, inH.m lin,i
CLAIMS HOSPITAL FEES
Hugh Campbell  Fell off Sidewalk and Broke Three Riba
Hugh Campbell has petitioned
the city loiincil to pay his hospital
expenses for attendance necessary
as the result of an accident. He
fell off the sidewalk and broke
ihn-e ribs, one pCflttntilag the
lung. It was mentioned in council
last night lhat the Hospital Hoard
has promised  that  two city pa-
li.nis shall I..' scoonisiodstsd in
consid.ration ol the hospital'-, "'i'
tribuiion from lhe council.    Mention of this was not made in the-
Sacrstary'a Isttst of thanks for
the grant, but  the matter is to trial tended to.
Call room 24. Emprsss   Hot.l.   I. F. Madl.m.
lnft-114
+ a.
I       Boarders Wanted       j
A  I. *   cosy homslilt.  moms chaap  lo sl.stly
roomers.   Ktna Crfora* Hotel. 2nd Avenue.
Ml-l.'.-
i
Real Estate
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.
���ssssjaTSssasA
Nineteen young men wsnted to rent cosy furnished In the Bulkley Rooms, 6th Ave., near Fulton.
UsVln
sfcl-BBS.    |^B��t^,.^^,--BW.f.BSt^..aa>fcM.��^^.JBB^,.^.,,,fc     | .B^ ,.*>��,,    , A
j For Sale j
ayestSseaassssBSsssjpjgasatsajS^^
Two rooms of New Furniture at bargain.    Nice
cabin, close in. can be rent-ed.   Phone 323 black
136-139
liefore tv. in*/ yoMr Stove or Rsnge see A. J.
Gsllsnd, Mrltr.ee and Fifth Ave. Cook stoves
from 114. 12��-lm
All kindsof second hsnd voids bought end sold.
F. M Crosby, Third Ave., between ?lh and 8th
streets. 117-tf
Ll
Situations Wanted
-1
[ Position wanted by competent woman as house-
;     keeper or cook, Hen's Mess prefered; references
Apply Housekeeper, I'd Box 237,      IH-K
'.���I reliable woman desires position. Thorough*
ly experienced In hotel work or would like small
rooming house work. Not afraid of work.
Apply Box A. News Office. 133-134
Business   Chances
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
���       l4)�� a-SB-a* ->....-�����. ���*����..-
1
WE   HAVE   A   COMPLETE   LINE   OF    BEERS    WINES
-LIQUORS,   ALWAYS   IN   STOCK-
AND
-HERE ARE THREE OF OUR SPECIAL L1NES-
BudWeiSer Beer, W�� are sole agents, for Northern B.C.
Double OO Whiskey
Guaranteed to be 12 years in the wood before being bottled
Sole agents for Northern B.C.
Victoria Phoenix Beer
I Goal money In Movlns; pictures. W.nt*d-A
party to start movlna- picture show In Prince
Ruperl Write me for particulars. H. Davis,
Wstrrtiivvn. Wis. 137-wl
P*Ba*B*asai Ba*la^S|BB*1^-a^B*B��**��**B*B^S-l***BBB*aaBe
[        Fire Insurance        I
W~"*a ���""���*'-a. ii-�� ��� i Tani-n ii sair-�� SPSSjSSaSasSSfcSSSfcSM
1 UK British Union and National Fire Insurance
C-ompany of London. England, with capful
of t2,tVKi,(rW.uo. See us for rates. The Macl
Realtv snd Insurance Company. "0*tf
Northern B.C. Liquor Company, r��u?m
-���'.'.���.'.���.���.'���>
John T. ('(Hike has a|>|ili..| (,,r
sb.-i's, etc., valtntt ft, wveral thoU'lUMJ t*osilion ol engineer on the dty
iv.in.ls OTiloll.irs I., W ��,\,\ nt halllsteam roller. He holds the neccs-
ttJSl Dries, the .-mire fixtures.Wiry .enificites. Referral to ihe
wife, etc., are f.,r sale. Istrect, emmitt.-c.
Snne   posttlvol)    startling   liat-l ��� ���������
gains are SWOlUlCsd. lt|    8*.,,,,  yoiJ,  c,otheB wly  ^
i we��k to the Pantorium Cleaners.
TEY    THE   "NEWS'*   WANT1, We'll be rushed for the holiday.
AD. WAY OF FINDING     'Phone 4.
NATURAL RESOURCES
SECURITY COMPANY, Ltd.
PAID UP CAPITAL $250,000
-Or-FKR  KOR HALE���
Farm and Fruit Landa
B
���JOINT HWNKRH AND BOl.E AOENTR OF-
Fort George Townsite Maaiett Townaite
HEAtj OFFICE-���- 606 BOWERBU1LD1NG, VANCOUVER, B.cT
Notice
The Plumbing and Sheet Metal business lately
con.lurle.1 br H. Wood, successor to Matheaon *
Wraal, 2nd Ave., has been taken over by Smith A
Mallett, |o whom all outstanding- accounts are
payable and who will pay all claims air.lnst the
business.
13.-14I SMITH A MALLETT
Notice
Bids will lie received up to Jun�� 22nd for the
construction of a temporary aewer between Gth
.nd nth Avenues. Plana and specldcatlons to ba
hail from Dr. J. O. Reddle, 6th Avenue and Tat-
low street. 13B-I.1*
Coatal Weather Today
TiKlay's weather refiorti- liy wireless tell of rain, fog. and rather
unsettled conditions all the way
north from Point Grey. No im-
portant sliipping movements arc
reei nlred.
Tatoosh: out S.S. Graywood al
10 a.m. Prince George ]ia-aM'<l
Cape La/.o at 11.10 Miitthlioiir.il.
LAND  PURCHASE NOTICE
Skana Laad ln.inci    liwinct ol Coast Rants 6
Tsk. botlcs thsl Msry IlsaloB i.it.l.rsWv* of
Vktorts, II. C. occupation housskmBir. intendr
to Bpnly (or permissloB lo purchsss lb.
dsaCfllwKl lands:
i lolloBint
Commendni .1 . poat pUnled .1 ll.* southwest
. .rn.r ot Lol lrVH>. Rang. 6. Coast I' slricl.lh-nc*
si) chains south thstic 40 chains essi, ibenoe BO
chains north, tb.no 40 ehalB. aast lo point ol
omrn.nomsnl. contsining 320 seres more or kaw.
MARY HKATOS i.ll.l>l.lt>l.l:l.t'l.
I isie.1 AprU 17. lull.
Pub Mn i.
Skaana Unit liistrtci - District ol loaal
Taka Botios thst r r.-l W. Uohlsr ol KlUum-
kalum, oecupauoB l.nn.,r, tnl.nd. to apply  far
l*a-nuaaoo to   purchas*  tba following  doscrlb*.!
landa:
Comniancing st . post pl.niavl .1 in. north*
asst comsr ol A. McL*o,rs pra-��-opUon. thenc
20 chain, south, th.-nc* 10 chain, aast, thsnos 20
cbains north, livsnca Io chslns wasl lo post ol
eominsDCsmsnt containing 20 seres mors or lass.
Dslad April 10, 1911. Kill 1.1 illli-ll VV. II, Ml I.I.I!
lul. April'-- Krwl Ilamplnn, Ag*nl
okssna Land District���Dislrict ol Coast Kangs 6
Taka mitic* that ll.nry Macartn.y ol l-nnce
llu|i*rt, U. c., occupation mlns-r. Intends to spply
for taarmisston to purthaas tba lollowlng d*BCrila*d
Commencing .1 . peat planted on th. aouih
Bid. of Kichum.ika Kivrr. .bout 2 1-2 muas Irom
lis eonniMne. with tba Skasaa Klvar .nd .bout
1-2 mil*, wast from bschurnstks rBplds, ihsnce so
chain, north, lb.no. 40 chain, cast, thane 40
chsin* soulb. thsnea 40 cbains wast to point o
cv>mm*nc.m*nl, contsining l-u scrsa mors or
less. Post msrked "II.M. S.W. <or."
llsle-l April 22, ivll. HKNIIY M.M'.MU'Si:-,
Pub. April 2��.
Skasn. Lsnd Din net Disinci ot Coaat Hang. ���'���
Tak. Botice thai l, Laueblan John bB.natian ot
Victoria, It C, oceupailon laacbw, inumd to
apply lor p*rmla.lon to purchas* th. lollowlng
daacrltssd land.:
Commencing at a post plsoted 6a chsins south
Irom ths southMsl crnrr ol Lot ..060, Ih.BC. 40
chsins south, thsnes 40 chains watt, Ibenc. 40
chaina north, thane. 40 chsins sast lo point ol
commencement, containing 160 serns mor* or less.
LAUCIILAN JOHN SIIANAIIAN
Dsled April 17, UU.
I'ub. May a.
Skeena Land District - District of Coast lUnge I
Cast Dislrict
Tak. nolle that Wm. L**!i. of Sappertur. li C
.-.-v-uii.Ui'ii livivernmenl tiuerd, intends tu au���)
for permtasion lo purchas. lh. followmi* <i<
ad land.:
Comm��icin*T al a post planted to chain, wo',
and 12.1 cbaina Miuth uf lh. southwest v-orn.-i ���'.
No i. -'. rsns*.Srvaa.t,lislrlcl.marka-al Wm 1..,.,.
N.W. corner. Ihence south 40 chains. lhcn,-< ....
at) chains. Ihence north 40 chains, thsnee *<���-. -
chain, to post of cornm.nc*ment, conlainms -.'
.crau more or less.
WM. l.l.M n
T. D. Ui.J. Agenl
Dated March .' -ll.. I.'11
Pul.. Apnl .Mill. 1.11
Ske*ti. Lsnd Jltsu-lcl-District ol guMB Chsrlott*
Ulsnds
TsJat noils* Ih.l Uaa. IL Laua ol Prince iU-^r..
a. C>. occupallon barbar, inu-nds to spply l<sr
|a-rmuauoi.  lo  purchass tba tollosring  d��*6rib*a
������Sm
Commancing at a post planissl about aevrn
miles waat and on. rails soulb Irom lb. m ,-i*.
ul Stanly Creek. N.J*n Harbor. Ibanc* soaet a
chain., lh.no. wwsl III ehalna, tbenos north -'
chains, trssnee smst 40 chains.
Date.1 Msrch 11. lull GEO. II. 1.11 X
l-ub. Anril 22. Numa laan-aara. Ami
Sluen. Land Dislrict -Dislrict ol Caul ltsa(.
Taka nolle, that Anns. MtiaaaU*tu M
Rupert, 11. Oa, occupsllon married womsn. n.lsr.d,
10 apply lor permuvaion lo purcbaae ths (ollasirg
deacrit-ad Isnds:
Commencng at a post plsnted at a post st it*
southwest corner. 60 chslns eaal trc*n N. L.. corner
ol Lol 1116, Harvey's Survay. Coast Dutm-l,
Hang. 6, Ibenc. east 20 chslna, thwnc. nurtb 4U
chains, Ibenc wasl 40 chains, thvnc. siath -v
rhslns, thsne. east 20 chslna. tb.no. ivoath 20
Chain, lo poinl ol t-a-fflnaa*aviv��ii-��c.t, oonlalr.iiai 120
acrea mor. or lass.
Dsted Msy tl, I'll ANNIK MLSSALLLU
I'ui, May 12.
Skeana Laad District -DUtrlct ol Cassiar
Tak.   none*   that   1.  Thomas   SUM-
I'rince Rur-srt. II. C.. occupallon dark, Intrr. 1 t.
apply  lor  IH-rmuaioB  lo  purchas.  lh.  loll,i*tc<
��� l-wcrlbed l.nds:
Commencing .1 . port planted about tao mu*.
aouth of th. forks of tbe White and Flat rivers.
thenc* north  BO chain.,  Ihence  east  BO chsina.
thence south B0 chslns. tbenee west 60 chslns.
Dsled AprU It, l��ll.       THOMAS MeMl.r.hl-v
Pub. Mu- l.i. Francs, S. Preston. It''i
Skeens Und Dbtricl���District ol Casslsr
Tak. nolle. Ihst I. Charles L. Delgrove aj SJJ
an li. C, occupallon proalaKtor, inlend lo a|i|'!v
lor t-arma-Hon to purebsa. tba loUowltig ilescrusal
C*ommenclng at a post planted about .1. niiles
soulh and one mile w*at ol th. lorks ol th* tt tils
and Flsl rivers, lb.no. Huth ao chains, ihei.r*
-ul B0 chsins, Ihenee north B0 cbsins, Ihear* .m
ao chains.
D.lxl AprU 20. ISII.     CHAKLKS DKI..,li"M.
I'ub. May la. rraada .���  Ir-'      ai"-i
.���-ns Lsnd District -Dlftrict of Coast IU t' '
Tak. none ib.i I, J. Harold Melton ol I nan
Itupart, U. C , oecup.1 on bl.ckwn Ih. Im- ��� I ���
spply lor p*rm salon lo purch.M th. lulls*.af
ilescr bed Una.!
Commonrlng .1 a post pUnted sbout tl,���' *' -
i no hsU miles d stsnt in s soulh westerly '��"��� '
Irom s blind alough Irom Observstory Intel ��&*r->
the sams touches the lad sn Heaerve, thenc. aesl
BO chsins, thenc* aoulh B0 cha ns. Ihence esst *V
rhslns, thsnee north HO cha na lo no nt ol Cora
mencement, containing 610 sere, mor* or les*
li.i-l Apr I It. 1**11 J. HAROLD Mrh>
Sksens Und District -DUlrict ol Cuslsl
Skosaa Und DUtrlct -DUlrict ol C.saUr
Tsks Botlcs thst 1, John L. Mllcb.ll ol Prince
llup*rt, II. C., occupBtlon bookkeeper, intend to
spply lor permtasion to purchaM th. following
described Uad.:
i miimenclng Bt a post plsnted about (6) Bv* | Commencing .1 . post plsnted (21 (�� rri**
mil��� wiuth .nd (I) on. mil. west ol ths lorks ol I south snd 2) two mils, weal ol ths lorks ol lh*
ths Whits snd list rivers, thenee north to chains ' White and Flat rivers, thenca aoulh si' <'"���'''
thence east 80 chains, tbenc. aoulh to chslna.   thenc. east HO chains, thenc north B > ' '   ���
Taka nolle that I. John Robert l*ey el Prises
Rupert, 11. I'., occupstlon cook, inlsn I
lor permssion to purehsse tb. lollowlng desoita-s
Unas:
Commencing si s post plsnted (21 l*o J"���
thenc west B0 chslns.
listed April 18, 1011.
I'ub. May It
JOHN L. MITCHELL
Prancli S. Preatrn, Ag.nt
Skeen. Und DUtriet���DUtrict ol Cssslsr
Tsk. nolle thsl  WUIUm  Fradsrlck Cameron
of  Princ Rupart,  II.   I'., oceupailon carp*olar,
men,Is 10 spply  lor  permission  to purchs*. tb.
lollowiag dsaerlbsd Unds:
Commnveing .1 . post pUnted .bout three
miles south ol ths fork, of th. Whit, .nd Flat
rivers, thsne south HO ehslns, thenc west tO
chslns, thenc north M chaina. thenc east to
ehslns.
WILLIAM FREDERICK CAMERON
Dsted April 18, tail.
Pub. May n. FrancU S. Preaton, Agent
Skene Und DUtrict���DUtrlct ol Casslsr
Tsks nolle tb.l I, Urenton Jordon Xlnore ol
Prlne Rupert, tl. C, occupation Mhtractor, Intend
lo apply lor permlasion to purchsae the lollowlng
nn Rupert,
lo spply lor permls
descrila-d Und.:
Commencing .1 . pet plsnted sbout (1) thi
nilss south snd (2) two mil** wet    '
I Whll. .nd Flat riven, thsne 80
thsne 80 chslns wet, thsne 80 chsins north,
thenc 80 chslna eaat.
BRENTON JORDON MOORE
Dsled April 20, 1911. FrancU S. Preston, Agent
Pub. May ��.
(bene west 80 cha ns.
Dsted Apr I 20, 1911     JOHN  ROIIERT I'M '
I'ub. May It. Fran, s S. Preton. lies
Skeens Und DUlrict-DUlrict of Cosst llsr.'* -
Take not e thai I, Martha Leek, ol fnae.
lluperl. II. C., occupst on marr-d womsn hrtjaj
lo .pply lor permission to purchase the l,ill"��'r-��
described land.: j
Commsnalng at a post pUnted sbout Ir.rr* an"
one-hall mllea dUlant in a Boulhwelerli .liienais
Irom s Wind alnugh from Obervslory Inle, ���"*r
lhe ��i���. louche Ihe Ind .n lleaetv*. thfi
rail
80 chilru, thenc soul h 80 chs ns, Ibrncv
Ml   >
chsins, thenc north 80 chs ns to point cl"""
menement, eonte n ng 610 sere more <���:
Dsled Aprl 14, lail. MARTHA U a��
I'ub. Msv 12.
Skens Und DUtrict-Dlstriet of C.-si��!     ���
T.k. notie that I, Chsrle Frederiel. M-    '(
ol Slewsn, B. C, occupsllon (reUhtef, ��**JJbS
apply  to p*rmuv.lon lo purchae lh. toli"��ln��
ol' IK. lolT! I <'��mn,.n'l'ng,: at a net pUnted on IM Js*l
ol Whll. .nd Fist rims, thsne 80 IS S3 �� 5 S N���� ** about BJjlUs J.>;�� ��
thenc 80 chain, wet. thane to chale norlh     {J��� ��� l*1' Nae river, thene w>ulh Ml f
Ihenc wen 80 chains, Ihene  north  80 cnsin..
thenc esst 80 chains to point ot eoaimencenien..
Notice
All Tur.nl.r-it. nf thf> KrMtt*>rnal Order of Rarlfa
art r*micst*��d to attend th�� matins; on W��lnra
day evsninR, June 28th, at R o'clock, In the K. of
P. Hall. 143-Wfi
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
2nd Ave., neat to old office of Optimist, sell only
STOKES' ICE CREAM
Best msds in Seattle. Fruit and Candy, wholesale and Retail. Look for fl.al, ,1,,. mt night.
8AM OOWEH, Proprletor
Skena Und DUtrict���District ot CsssUr
Tska nolle thst  I, Jsme Webster Ksplin of
Stswsrt, B.C., occuwatlon    suctloncr, intend to
apply tor permUsion to   purchaae   lhe   lollowlng
described lands:
Commsnclng st a post pisnteil on ths right
bsnk ol ths Nsss rlvsr shout nine mile shove
th. forks of the Nsss river, thene south 80 chslns
thsne wet to chsins, thvne north 80 chsins'
thene esst 80 chsins lo poinl of comtnencmr-nt'
containing 640 seres more or less.
JAMES WEBSTER. ESPLIN
lp'BjBdMMsrch 24, tail. Peak Sidney Wright, Agt
tSkesna Lsnd DUtrlct
Tsks BOtlC thst
B. C>, occi
Iob to
-District ol Cssslsr
contsining 610 sere more or leas
Dsted Msrch 25, 1911. CHARLES K. METI �����'
Pub. Msy 17.     Frank Sidney Wright, Am1
_    Sken. Und DUtrlct���District ol Ogf ,
Take notie that  I,  William  John ( orlej  ��
Princ Rupert, 11  CL occupation rancher. W"*"
to apply for permission to purchae the folleaiitg
deacrihed Unds: .^,
Commencing si s pet plsnted st the "'"["!:
corn.r ol Uf li>6��, Range 5, Cosst Dlstrln. Ib""7
south   20 ch-ilns.  thene   est   40 chsin-. ''
north 20 chslna. thene wet 40 chslns tu I"""
ol commencment, conlslnlng 80 sere, mi"'
MM April 8,1911.    WILLIAM JOHN I .Htl-t-���"
Pub, April 29.
SkeB. Und Dtotrlct-Dlstrict ot Cssslsr
Tske nolle thsl I, Alfred llerrymsn *"""���,
of Prince Runert, B. C, occupstlon ���*""*"���
.ion to ourchsse in*
t��"
no.ehlJ ii ' i ti       >�� apply f,��� p*r. ] following dccrilied land.
Commencing .1 . pet pl.nlerT ^TtVaB I mlie'^Th'of febRfJ'"he  VIMU slid J]'\
���::i'.n"cn.Tn7: SSS SS 88��� tt\ feg g? h""* ��� ""'"��� "'""'��� lh",w
SYDNEY RTBOSBAI n I n . , i    UfWf* BERRYMAN Wi^fjH
Frand. t^SSSTrnjA ' IttWC ""'     *"'** * ""^
east 80 chslns.
Dsted April 18, ltl
Phone 160   Pub. May IS. THE   DAILY    NEWS
THE CANADIAN BANK
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Serria
Siam
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Wet Indie, etc.
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Wf (Jcrmanv Manchuria
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.1 ' n, u la theV are drawn in sterling, francs, marks, lire, kronen, Bonna, yen,
i ' rv.ihl.v�� etc , as the rnse may be.   Thia enaures tbat the payee abroad will
receive Hie '.etuai amount intended. "3
J, M. Christie Manager Prince Rupert Branch
MUSSALLEM & COMPANY
 Good  Fresh  Groceries at   City Prices	
KEEP SMILING-And the only way to
do that is by buying your Groceries
from us. We handle first class goods
only at prices that cannot be beat.   :  :
-j    To   Residents of Sections S, 6,  7 and  8���We deliver promptly,
our good, are fresh, at prices not to be beaten in the city   i  i
,^_ajka MUSSALLEM & CO.
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- THE COSY CORNER =
DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY  TO  THE INTERESTS  OF  WOMEN
..���-...���*>.i i
This is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Huport
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 Comer" will All a social need.
SMART  DIRECTOIRE  COAT
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i
LAND I'URCHASE NOTICE
Coaat Hang. 6 Land DUlrict
Tsk. Dvrtle  lhat   I,  John   Hepburn   ol
Kit-
BviBiaaltim, occupation farmer, inland to apply
lur uerttnasiiiii lu purcliss. IBs (ollowng dsscribsa
lux).:
Cunuuvndng st s post planted at tha norlhsast
carat* ot Lol aiye-l, thuncu sast 20 chains, thanes
svaiib 1U cliaina, thence wet SO Chan., tliance
...ru lu chain, lo plae oi conimaneniaat.
burl MsreB 16, lull. JOHN  IIEI'IIUUN
lit April 11.
Mvicna Land l 'i-irui   Iiisirlcl ol Caaslsr
Tu. nunc* thai 1, Parry vjuenan ol Prlnea
Kas-rt, II. C, occupstlon prospector, Intend to
attar lur prrmtaatun  lo purchse tba following
astern* I isnu:
lirunieiating si a pel plsnlod In lbs vicinity
el Ueua* IU), aboul Ihrev-ttlghU ot a Dili, south
el lb* mouth ol lb. Uonanta Creak, and bung
ss it* eaaierly boundary ot Tlmbar Limit No.
i��.vi ur No. ai.i'aoo, Uiene south 40 chains along
u* .a**..n> iiniit of ssid Tunlasr limit No. ;i:,.hi
or Nn jaCaU 40 chains, thsne sast to tb. shor. of
iiva** Usv, * dutaoe ol 40 chains mor. or leas,
tiasBcs tuiiiHTly along ths shoro ol liooss Uay
It- chain* niur* or leas, thanes welerly 40 chain.
Biur* ur irsa lu point ot commencement, containing
.to ten. mot* ur less,
usual March 7, UU. PERRY QUEENAN
l'.i*. Aptii 1.
.--���a .. Land Ustnct   -Uisinrt ol yuuon Charlott.
lu* ovale ina: livurg. rrixxv-ll ol Print-,
tupm, b. C, occupatiun butcher. Intends lo apply
lor pvraiiauuo io purchae lh. [ullowing doscnliau
uatuv
L"i ii^ocing al a poat planlad about evan
But*, set aad two mile south ot lb. mouth ol
N*i.*-> creek wnaar. It sinplie Into Nsd.n
Usilasr, tirabsm Island, tbsnra BO chaina aouth,
llvBBr* bo cbaie wet, thane B0 chaina nortii,
'.;.i:.,v so than, avast lo point ol commaneas.nl
... i containing bio acre more orloss.
Uslevl Msrch 17, lull UEUKUE P1UZZELL
Pa:.,tun i. Numa Uunwa, Ag��ol
.-.err,. Lsnd DUlrict -DUtrlct ol guen Charlott.
Tsa. I..HCW tbat Frank Lavlck ol Woodstock,
UaL, occupation booBlnrepvr, Inlands to apply
lv. pttiiiuaiun lu purchae lbs loiluwing demised
laaJi.
lomtenang al a post plsnlod about ev.n
nuba Best and two mile wulb at lb* mouth ol
BUBlri l reck absr. It empire into Nsdsn
IivIn*, ttrsbsm Island, thsne bO chains wuih,
tla.be, ru cl.aina east, tbane B0 chains north,
lasor* su cBains weal lo point ol comm.nem.ol
avad CoBlanlr.g 1,40 acre mure or less.
i'liel March 17, Ivll. I HANK LEVICK
I'ub. Apnl 7. Numa Drmers, Agso
1-keeBs Land DUtrlct���Disuict ol Coaat
lake none thai Ulann McArtbur ol V.neouvar,
U. I.'., ecupaitun rasl  cut. ag.nl Inlsnds to
apply l��r psrmisslon lo purchae tb. (ollowing
vawnii*.! Itnuat
t-eninaanciig al a pel p).nl��d 40 cnaina w7.t
sral su ctvsins south U ih. aoulbwet corner ol
Im Ntv. HIS marked til.-: :i McArtbur ��� north-
atsl corner, Usance soulh 40 chains, thsne eat
su chsin, thene north 40 chaina, inane wet
as cbaina lo post ol emmwiem.nl, containing
J�� Mra mora or lass,
l��Bt*l March 20, 1V11.       GLENN McAllTHUH
I--*. A prill a. t. 11. Laird. Agent
���steaia Laad DUtrlct���Dutnct ol Uuen Charlotu
lau  none that Hubert o. Craw ol  Princ.
lisle., II. Oa, occupstlon sgsnt. Inlands to apply
lv .amission to purcliae to. lollowlng dascrlbad
latais.
I ,-i-i.f raring al a pet planted about 6 1-2
aej .,*. au,| ball . rails south ol th. mouth ol
;*���*��>' i reek whsra il amptle Into Nadan
'""*���. ..raham laland, thine eat 40 chain.,
in.tr* nunb 40 chains, thsne wet 40 chslns,
Ua-ivc* south 40 cbsins lo point nl commsnemsm
'I < -ia.ning I Ml acre mors e has..
DIM Msrb 17, HIL HUBERT 0. CREW
l��t>. Apnl 7. Numa Dsmsra. A,*nl
���"���  ��� Ui.dDisuict���Dislrict ol (4uen Chariot
1 s.e i���,tice that Catherine Usrrison, of Calgar
**"ts. laxupatlun  .plnsler,   inlands  10  apply,
"I i- r bbsbM lo purclu.se ths lollowing deacribed
l.v��i.ineocing at a post plsnted about 6 1-2
niis-i ��*��i snd bsll a mil. aoulh from the mouth
�� MBr.l,,)  Creek, where ll emptie Into Naden
"���"or, I.rshsm Island, thene 40 chains soutb
��� lo chaina eel,  thene 40 chain,  north,
tv. 1,1 al.atrta wet lo point ol commencement
" ' ' 1 lining 160 acre more or lata,
U��l-J Msrcb 17, 1S11.
t.���.,     ��� CATHERINE HARRISON
1 "b *!������ '��� Numa Dsmraa, Ag.nt
TRUST CO.S STRONG ROOM
Steel Cabinets and Safe Door
Being Fitted
Workmen have been busy for
the past few days completing the
fitting up of the strong room in
the Continental Trust Co.'s new
premises on Second avenue. The
cabinets of steel lockers with which
the walls of the strongroom are
lined were placed in position yesterday. They arc in various convening sizes for all classes of
documents or valuables. Today
the strongroom door arrived and
is being hung. In case of a serious
fire ever breaking out in thc
business section this strong room
would certainly preserve its contents intact.
ARE ADVERTISING STEWART
Publicity Club Iaaue an Artiatic
and Valuable Booklet About
Stewart.
"Stewart���the Pacific's treasure-
chest" is the title of thc new-
booklet just issued by the Stewart
Publicity Club. Thc book is
quite thc best thing of its kind
gotten out; being handsomely
gotten up, lavishly illustrated and
crammed full of facts about Stewart and the mines behind the
town. The l>ook reflects great
credit on the Stewart Publicity
Club and Mr. Percy F. Godcnrath,
thc compiler.
Take
-visa <
'1 -'..
*a.n>,
*ains,
I'BUd
���Mi. /,
land I ..strict -District ol Quen Charlotte
lslsnd.
none thsl J, II. Murphy.ol Vsnoouvar,
"ccupsiion commercisl travellar, Inlend.
rlof penniaeion to purchase ths following
'I isnds:
"-racing  st  s  pet  plsnlod  aboul   seven
-'  sri'l ,,ne mile south from the  mouth
'ir I-rpek, Naden Harbor, thene north 80
thene wet 40 chsins, thsne south  80
'���.���� est 40 e   Inc.
"arch 17, 181L J. H. MURPHY
era ���*��� Numa Daman, Ag.nt
T��!i.      i-*1"1 UUt'lct-DUtrlct ot Csaslar
Mm   .?",*  ,nl1   '.   Thome   Mscgovem   of
lot iw��,i.i      ��� "rcupstlon min.r.lnlend to apply
'Won to purchae lh. lollowlng described
har,'<"!.r,',"c'C" " * I"'"1 Planted  on  lh. right
lirk,   1   'i*   .*M ,lv" about tour mile shove the
".,��,.       .  N,uu Hv��. thene aoulh 80 ch.lns,
"������.!., ,,'J! ,J�� .cn,,ln-> thene north 80 chslns,
tBntsirvi.r, ... c'",'b" lo Point of commenement,
"isining cw ,CIM non ot ,���,
''���tedM.,.1..,.  s. T"��MA8 MACOOVERN
l'��b M,i n' 2u' ""��� 8ldM>' ���HI Wrtght, Agt
tJSlSS, ,"!'v?'1 IJI-trlct-Dl.trlct of Coast
��at��rl      r" ,h��l '��� M". John Corley of Prince
t"*!,/ ,     '"""I'ali'inniBrrieil woman, intends
��� I hn',i.r"      "" to l,urchMe th* following
.'��ir"r'i'"',"",t * post planted 40 chains east
''' I1H 1' . . ?.""" 'rom the southwet corner of
chair,.' i*'l D"trlcl, Hang. B, thtnee Muth 80
Letters to the Editor
Praise for Rev. J.  R.  Craig
A reader of the Daily News at
Red Cliff Mine, Stewart, sends in
the following letter. The charm
and value of it consists in the
fact that it was probably not
intended for publication:
Dear Sir���1 think thc Presbyterian preacher here is a hustler
and should get a boost. He runs a
reading room in town, which is
well supplied with all kinds of
literature and has proved a God
send to many men. It is open
night and day and here the miners
and prospectors write letters, etc.
He has opened another at Glacier Creek at thc railway construction camp which is also well
supplied with papers, magazines
and writing material and appreciated by the men. He visits
the mines on week days and has
services at the camps and sends
out from town reading room bun-
dlfcS of literature to the various
mines.
He is a Scotchman and has
quite a record for Sky Piloting
amongst logging and mining camps.
A Reader of Your Paper
The original model illustrated
in thc sketch is developed on Di-
rcctoire lines and is made of
cream tussah, with black and white
satin strii>cd tussah forming thc
trimming. Thc sash is a very
attractive feature of the costume,
and the sleeves arc the favored
three-quarter model. A rather
dressy effect is gained by the
introduction of heavy cream laci
on the revcrs and cuffs. The
model would develop well in dark
blue tussah, with striped blue
and black silk for thc dccoraiivi
note.
raajr
trifnc
" fast 40 chaina. ili.-n.-r- north 80
t"inl '���,'""' *��l 40 chain, more or leas lo the
-*a*l ������ I..��'''""-""ment, containing 820 acres
ftfeja ���
aSS. JOHN (Lottie) CORLEY
mil
More Fiahermen Coming
The Queen Charlotte Cold Storage Company have made arrangements with several crew's of Eastern
fishermen to supply the plant with
black cod and other fish from the
waters of Hecate Straits.
WOMEN AND  BABIES SOLD
Pathetic Scenea Witneaaed on
the Streeta of Fez
Women and babies have in the
last few days been sold publily in
thc streets of Fez. On the day
after the arrival of the French
relief force the sultan's soldiers
commanded by European instructors, set forth to punish lhe
Oulcd Djamah tribe, whose tcr
ritory reaches to Fez.
From thc town one could sec
all thc tribe's villages burning
and in the afternoon soldiers returned with a large number of
young women, little girls and
some babies. All these the soldiers
sold publicly.
A pretty young married woman
fetched $35 and the babies only
$1 each. It was a pitiful sight and
has had a deplorable effect on the
townspeople, the more so as most
of the farms burned belonged to
Fez people who have remained
loyal to thc sultan. They are
rewarded by having their farms
burned, thc men killed and thc
women and children sold in thc
streets of Fez.
FOUR HANDY HINTS
Each One Guaranteed to Save
Trouble Some Day
When laundry soap is bought
in large quantities, as it usually
is done, thc bars should lie unwrapped and placed Oil the top
shelf of thc kitchen closet to Income thoroughly dry and ripened
before they arc used.
A $ S
When sweeping a heavy rug or
carpet it is a good plan to spread
a newspaper on the floor and
sprinkle it very lightly with water.
Keep thc newspaper a trifle ahead
of the broom so that thc dust is
brushed on to it.
(AS
Warm bread or cake, and, in
fact, warm food of any kind r-lionlil
never be put in .1 covered 1 in or
dish. Thc steam makes molding
certain. Vegetables become soggy and unfit for food when treated
in this careless manner,
a t.' .'
For broiled salt fish sunk the
fish overnight in skimmed milk.
When required wipe il dry and put
it on a well-greased gridiron, When
browned on one side turn carefully so as not to blacken. Serve
with fried potatoes.
PRETTY MORNING FROCKS
Inexpensive Stuffs Lend Themselves to Dreaa Design Thia
Season.
For most delicious Bread,
Dainty Biscuits, Ete., use
Robin Hood Flour
Kour Dealer Has ll
The Digby Roomt ^]
Located on Sisth Ave., near Fulton
Three to flvt1 mi nut i-*. from contra uf builni'SH ilistrlct. Nineteen newly fiirnishetl rooms.
Hot and colli water, bath and
telephone. Newly furnished.
Under new mnnuKeinent.
0
INSPECTION
INVITED
mawMiotM>t*fNa��mK>t*f)atKu��M}*;
tFRED. STORK]
-General Hardware-
There are all sorts of inexpensive little voiles, which make very
pretty morning frocks for the
season. Sometimes the printed
border, or the selvedge, is used to
trim the edge ol the bolero-like
bodice, which, in nine cases out
of ten, hangs over a little fulness
just above the belt Plain skirts
are thc best for these morning
gowns, and it is always possible
to dispose some pretty tabs of
embroidery upon the hem, to
bring the stain button and loop
Into play, or the large , salin
piping, which is so charming .is a
decorative medium. Printed lnir-
ders, if they arc very --inking, art-
apt lo shorten the ap|x.'amncc of
thc figure; but when they are
done in delicate coloring this is
not the case. The plain straight
skirl lends itself extremely well
at the present moment to the use
of these lovely bordered tunics
of stri|xtl ninon with goixl results.
DRAMATIC SOCIETY
FORMED
Rehearsals Arranged for and
Playa to be Preaented During
Next Seaaon.
The Prince Rupert Amateur
Dramatic Society was formed lasi
night at a meeting which look
place in thc railing room of the
Prince Ru|x-rt Inn, kindly lent
for thc occasion by Mr. G. A.
Sewct.
Mr. W. E. Williams made an
excellent chairman and explained
thc object of the meeting. Mayor
Manson was elected Hon. President; Mr. L. Bullock-Wclwtcr.
President; Mr. W. E. Williams,
Vice-President; Miss Marion Johnstone, Secretary-Treasurer, and
Mrs. Rollers.in. Miss Milligan, Mr.
Ellis, and Mr. Thompson members of the Executive Committee.
It was decided to ln-gin re
hearsing September 1st, and to
put a play on shortly l>efore
Christmas. The following ladies
and gentlemen were present: Mr.
and Mrs. L. Bullock-Webster, Mr.
and Mrs. \\. E. Williams, Captain
and Mrs. Robcrson, Miss Drum-
mond, Miss Ellott, Miss Martin,
Mrs. Blanchct, Miss Milligan, Miss
Johnstone, Miss Schott, Mr. Crip-
pen. Mr. Riitchell, Mr. Hcward,
Mr. Thompson, Rev, Mr. James,
Mr. Ellis, Mr. Whitley, Mr. Russell, Mr. McRae.
Builders' Hnrtlwure
Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves
Graniteware       Tinware *>
SECOND - AVENUE
OPTICAL GOODS
We have a complete line of
Lenses, Field Glasses. Mineral Glasses, Compasses
and   Aneroid  Barometers.
R. VV. Cameron it Co.
Official Watch Inspectors
for the G.T.P.
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue.
PHONE 82
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I T E M S  O F . .
SPORT
1
I
TyruB Cobb of the Detroit-
American League Club is the first
major leaguer to drive out one
hundred hits in the 1!)11 Benson.
"Paul Strand is a morning glory
and will inn last," is the way
way Jackie Warren, former Tacoma outfielder and now a member
of Patsy o'Rourke's Saicramento
club of the Coasters, sizes up
Conn's 15,000 southpaw beauty.
Abe At tell, one of the greatest
little fighters that ever donned a
pair of gloves, who was one of the
army to come to Winnipeg last
year, may never enter the squared
circle again. From the look of
things at the present tim.- it
appears that the clever feather-
weigh t's   career   as   a   fighter   is
ended.
Due to a campaign for earlier
baseball games in the National
League conducted by the fans.
Secretary Sei-kamp of thc St.
Louis Cardinals has announced
that hereafter all contests will be
started at 3.30 o'clock instead of
3.45.
Do You
Own a Lot in Prince Rupert?
If ao, and you want to sell,
sand us full particulara.
We have buyera and we
want Hating*.    :   :   :   :
C.R. NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
Second Ave. Prince Rupert, B.C.
New
Knox
Hotel
BESNEK ft BESNP.R. .Propsibtors
Th. N.v. Kr���������. Hotel I. run0*1 lh* Kun,|.ran
plan, rirsi-rlaas aarvtee. All lh* Ut**t Modrrn
InprovMnnta. REDS *Oe UP
FIR.ST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
INSERT YOUR LAND PURCHASE
NOTICES IN TBE
NEWS
WATER MELONS
GOOSEBERRIES
STRAWBERRIES
FRESH TODAY
All Vinds nf Sprlnrf Vsiretabln     New Urocarlrs
Windsor Hotel
FIRST AVENUE AT EIGHTH STItl.l.T
Newly FuntUhed and
Steam Healed Room.
A FIRST   rl ass BAR   AND  DININO
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATES 60 CENTS AND UP
BATHS   FREE   TO   QUESTS
ROBT. ASHLAND
r n BOX 37
Baltimore citizens, from the mayor down, have started a serious
movement to buy a major league
franchise. They are sure they
will get one next year, but are not
yet decided as to which franchise
they will get. That is a mere
matter of detail that ixlcs not
worry the hustling Baltimorcans.
S.S. Prince George
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Mondays, at 8 a.m.
Special Over Sunday
Excursions to Stewart
Prince  George  anils   Sundays  8  a. m.
Reduced fure 19,60 Including nu-als
snd li.'rtli.
��. Prince Albert sails for Port   Simp-
8011,   Naaa   River,   MasBet,    Naden
Harbor, Wednesdays, 1.00 p.m.
and fir:
(Jueen Charlotte Island points,  Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service lo Copper River
Mixed trains from Prince Rupert Wednesdays antl Saturdays,   1  p.m.,   returning   Thursdays    and    Sundays
5.20 p.m.
The Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent and convenient service of 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 PASSENGER AGENT
Canadian Pacific Railway
^^gSBkv B.C. Coast Service
[���SSSr  Famous  Princess  Line
^*�����     S.S. PRINCESS MAY
Monday, July 3rd, 9 a.m.
FOR VANCOUVER, VICTORIA, SEATTLE
J. a McNeb
General Agent
Kid Scaler, the Spokane
lightweight, who journeyed east-
warsd last fall in search of lucre
and ring fame, is to return to
Spokane soon after July 4, bringing
with him a blushing bride, win
declares that hubby will never
again step between the ropes as
principal in a boxing contest.
The New York police have
dealt a blow at the prize-fighting
game after several months of
futile effort to prevent Ixixing
Imiuis. They arrested a number
of persons connected with the
international amateur championship tournament in Madison Square Garden last May and four of
them in special sessions were fined.
They were "Tim" Hurst, the
referee and ki-a.-b.ill umpire, who
was fined $50; Samuel Lowing, a
boxer $10, and tWO ticket sellers
$25 each.
"Hunky" Shuw, former Tacoma
inficlder and now a member of
the San Francisco Seals, has been
"floored" by "Kid Cupid," according to reports from California.
Miss Ruth Cason of Fresno, Cal.,
is thc bride to lie. Hunky dis-
sppeand from San Francisco for a
short time recently and it developed that he was spending his time
in the raisin belt, flirting with the
gay god Cupid.
Tickets   To   All   Points
-BY ALL LINES-
ROGERS' Steamship and
Railway Agency
Second Ave.        Phone 116
Second Baseman Rogers of the
Portland team, broke a leg while
sliding into second base in a recent
game. At first it was thought his
only injury was a sprained ankle,
but an X-ray examination revealed
the fact that one of the bones in
the right leg had been broken just
above the ankle. This, with the
sprained ankle, will serve to kep
him out of the game for six week
or more.
S.S.  INLANDER
. ��� . FOR...
HAZELTON
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester   -   Agent
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second aveiue and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
MUNRO  &  LA1LEY
.\rchitects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS -I- AUDITORS
Law-Butler Building      Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 351
ALFRED CARSS, C. V. BENNETT, B.A.
ol ltmi.il Columbia of B.C. Oalarlo. Saa-
artd Manitoba Bar*. katchewan  and Al
berta Ban.
CARSS & BENNETT-
BARRISTERS, Notaries, Etc.
Olflcr   KxriirmiM- block, corner Third av.nua and
Sixth BlrreC Prlnw-RuoBrt. 8
WM. S. HALL, L. D.S.,
Dentist.
U. D. S.
..Grand Hotel..
WORKINCMAN'S HOME
Spring Beds, clean White SheeU  25c
Rooms 50c
BEST IN  TOWN   FOR  THE   MONEY
J. GOODMAN, PraarlBlB*
Napoleon Lajoic, second baseman of the Cleveland American
League team, who has been out
of lhe game for more than a month
because of strained abdominal muscles, will be able to play within
two weeks, it was said by the club
physician, Lajoie has started exercising to get in a shape for his
return i<> the game.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operations skilfully treated. Gas and
local anaathclic. administered for the painless aa-
traction of teeth. Consultation free. Office*.:
Ilrlircrsun Block. Prtncc Rupert. .1-12
Pour of the owners of the
siwmill at Queen Charlotte City
viv-iiid ihe property last week, and
also Inspected the coal mine on
Skidegate Inlet.
Alex.M Mnii.i.li B.A..      W.E.WIIIIam.,B.A.,I..L.D
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 286
Prince Rupert, B.C
P. O. BOX 23 PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
rum. or Wat. roxoN, ran., sVaVA.aa.,IUM�� knq
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Ideal Provision House
Third Av... near 6th St.
Fbona 190
VICTORIA  CAFE
Lunch and Meals at alt hours; Lunch 16c.
Meals 25c up-Come and See
YOU CAN .....   A RqllARB. Mill. ANT TIXK
OU Plant Start* Up
The oil plant at Skidegate will
Im- once mora In operation, manufacturing dog fish oil.
SIXTH STREET
PRINCE RUPERT
For row boats and launches
I telephone 320 green. Davis'
I Boat House.
Fruit   :   Produce   :   Feed
WHOLESALE
H.H.Morton   -   3rd Ave. TjH E    D AI L Y    NEWS
The Daily News
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
Published by the Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
DAILY AND WEEKLY
SUBSCRIPTION RATES-Daily, 50c per month, or 16.00 per year, in advance.
Weekly, $2.00 per year. OCTSIDE CAA'ADA-Daily, $b.00 per year; Weekly,
$2.50 per year. stru-..y in advance.
TRANSIENT DISPLAY ADVERTISING-50 cents per inch. Contract rates
on application.
HEAD OFFICE
Daily News BoUding, Third Ave., Prince Rupert, B. C.   Telephone 98.
BRANCH OFFICES AND AGENCIES
New York-National Newspaper Bureau, 219 East iird St., New York City.
SEATTLE- Puget Sound News Co.
London, Esc.L4.sd-The Clougher Syndicate, Grand Trunk Building, Trafalgar
Square.
QUEEN   CHARLOTTE   NEWS
Pergonal Items of Interest
About Graham Island Happenings.
Daily Edition.
Wednesday, June 28
WHY NOT DEVELOP A TOURIST TRADE?
(Special Correspondence)
Massett, June 25.���Captain Francis of Delkatla Hay. has dis-
posed nf his eighty acres "i land
to II. M. Wilson and will leave
on a trip to Colorado.
Mr>. J. C. Spencer ami family
will leave -.hortly for Victoria on
a protracted visit,
Edw.inl Stevens has constructed
'a new g.iM'line launch fur service
��� on tlu- islands.
A new wharf will be ci instructed
on Massett Inlet in a short time.
The present wharf is in a very-
dilapidated condition and a new
FREE
EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE
-* atats^tV^OOta1'
Jn. ���B��t**s��t*e'*ejsB^*��'**a��*e,
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
Grind Hotel Free Employment  Office  ���
Headquarters forco.,*,;- i WSlUM   I
NEW WELLINGTON COAL
LIME      BRICK      PLASTER      CEMr.ST
SHINGLES, LATH, BLA.KSMITH COAL
ROGERS & BLACK
Phone 116
A greet deal has been said and written about the commercial structure is urgently needed,
value ol Prince Rui>crt and the surrounding country. This is all, StVcral ro;ui Pank's- under the
very excellent. There is no doubt about the great commercial pos- superintendence of C. \\. Lnlling-
ribilitie. ol Prince Rupert. The horoscope hold great things in the ha,n- are constructing a road to
ken for this city. Soon China and Japan will be in the front rank c"n,1<?ct Masse" with .-.kidegate.
of the world uf commerce. With Princ Rupert as the nearest port ��- P- Mirn11 ,s the a����**>r of
in the Wesu-rn Hemisphere to the Orient. Oriental products will:the fastest t?asoline launch on
assuredly flow through this gateway to all points of the continent. | ���^* J?^^^^^���*
It is economical that they should. Trade runs in the channels where
the machinery for its distribution is quickest and cheapest.
But there is another advantage Prince Rupert and the adjacent
territory possess, an advantage ihat the advertising pamphlets have
not done full justice to. Thus far the sole effort has been to indue,
the investor to come here.   All save the investor have been let alone.
The investor is entitled to a lot of consideration, but what of
the tourists? The tourist traffic from the L'nited States and Canada
to points in Alaska and thc north is now in full >wing. Every' boat
nonhlvound that has called here during the past few weeks lias carried
a full complement of tourists. Many of them have dropped off here
for a few minutes while the boat discharged its cargo. They have
taken a casual and hurried look round. Many of them have probably
concluded that there is nothing here worth "sitting up to write home
about."   Of course they were wrong.
Last Sunday evening several hundreds of tourists stayed off
here for a short time and they were privileged to see a sunset that
was a n< v. r to be forgotten sight. They saw the northern side of
the amphitheatre of mountains surrounding Prince Rupert bathed
in a flood of gold and red. They saw thc surrounding scenery at its
best. They rmrvelled in ecstastic astonishment. Local people know-
that there are no sunsets in the world more beautiful than those to be
seen hin.   Whv not let the out>ide world know this?
SAVOY HOTEL
Fraser and Fifth Street The rly hotel
In town with hot and co! i water it. ria n-.s.
Best furnished house north vf VarcvUver.
Room. 50c up.    Phon. :'���': P.O. Bv*'.-.'
PRl-DHOMME & riSHER       -       F*r, l>r:o-.  rl
adds to the large number nf craft
of a similar description installed
during the present year.
Surveys at Massett
Five survey parties an at work,
surveying land on Massett Inlet
and Virago Sound.
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRIGC1ST
Phone No. 200 P. 0. Box 5*0
PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
Cold Storage Plant
A cold storage plant and a saw-1
mill will be constructed on Massett
Inlet in the near future.
Skidegate Band Coming
The Skidegate Indian band has
been engaged to perform at Prince
Rupert during tlu Di minion Day
celebration.
Settlers on Graham Island
Fifty  settlers  have   taken  up1
locations in the ncighl-nrhood of!
Tow Hill, and a general store has
been opened by Messrs. Anderson
Not one in a thousand of the tourists who pass through here �� Hughc>.
knows that the Skeena River scenery is unsurpassed in the world.   It 	
is not generally known that Switzerland has nothing   in   all the '; Good Haul of Salmon
grandeur and magnificence of her Alpine beauty to excel the mour.-! The Indians of Massett were
tained scenery of Northern British Columbia, or that nowhere can very successful at the Spring Sal-
such excillcnt fishing, hunting and other outdoor sports be enjoyed men. fishing ground-, at North
with such pleasing results as in this pan of the country'- The outside Island, catching over 3,000 of the
world doesn't know these facts.   It is time they did. , Urge fish.
It would be a good thing if the city council would engage in a 	
campaign to advertise in some way, for thc benefit of the prospective1 At the Fountain
tourists, the advantages of spending a holiday in and around Princ-; lce Cream Cones 5c, Ice Cream
Rupert. If thc city council is too busy to take up the matter the Sodas 10c, Sundaes 15c and 20c,
new Publicity Club could very profitably include a propaganda for ice Cream 25c pint. 50c quart.���
the tourist trade in its programme. C. H. Orme. Pioneer Druggist.
Until we have manufacturers located here���a.id after���we cannot Phone 82.
afford to overlook the tourist trade.   Los .-\ngelcs and other of the 	
lower coast cities find their chief support in catering to the demand
***************ttt*******
W. J. McCUTCHEON |
CwT.es complete stock >.'. Drufr*    Special   X
attention paid to ft Hi, -��� prescription*,      4
Theatre Block phon*. no. n Second Atc. +
\ ROCHESTER tV
\r     Monroe
Ladysmith
..      ' -* Coal
h   - v>'
:���   Phone ns
FOR SALE
Lou 5 and *, Block 2s.
Section 1,
$3000. 25 per cent. cash.
balance 1. 2, 3 years.
7 per cent.
GEO. W. MORROW
1076 Nelson St., Vancouver, B.C.
of the sight-seeing traveller.   Tourists would be glad to learn of new 8*"
beauty spots. Investment and commercial development would follow
thc tourists' footsteps.
A handsome booklet, copiously illustrated, like the very excellent
liooklet recently published by the Stewart Publicity Club would find
interested readers all over the continent. In addition it would pay
thc city to induce a few boatloads of tourists on their way to Alaska
to break their journey at Princi Rupert, and become the guests of
thc city for a 'lay'-- trip up thi Skeena.
The railway and steamlroat o.mpaniis should co-operate with
WE
HAVE THE FOLLOWINU IN
STOCK  ON  OUR   WHARF.
Sid. and End Dump '..-���:   i'.-.-.'.���-,
lsin. at 24 in. gauge
Steal Car Whtels and Ail*, with roller
bearing*. Is A 24 in. gauge
Usggiee 1-2 In. and S-l In. galvaniied
steel cable
| BOWLING,
BILLIARDS
ana POOL
4 Alley,. T Table..    A good exer-
CtM.   A clean sport.   Ladies every
afternoon.     Newman Block, be-
twetn 6th and Tm Sis.
TED Morrison.    Proprietor and Manager
the citizens in thi- matter.   A little generosity all round among the L ,-....^���._.,._..._,,.._,.,_,,._..^I^JlwB
-BtlONE   313-
Ropert Marine Iron Works & Supply Co.,
ehh:E.
EBY   CB,   Co.;
REAL   ESTATE
mutual int> rests would mean a harvest of dividends later on
WE HAVE
WE - HAVE - FOR - SALE
(CROWN GRANTED)
Section 9
Township 1
Range 4
NECHACO VALLEY
PRICE:-$15.00 PER ACRE, EASY   TERMS
Thii is an excellent i.etion and wa�� one of the first to be
staked in the Valley.
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers snd Financial Agents, Prince Rupert
KiUumkalum Land For Sale
KITSl'MKALt-It - B. C.
LOTS for sale ir, s!l sections
HOUSES for rent in best localities
HOTKL. furnished, for lease
LOTS In Fort G*bj*bT*V, **.r term.
LOTS ir, Mas.--. Townsite
BUYERS fr>r I r'.perty In all sections
at right tress
List your projarty with us for quick i
results.   Ilon.st tre.tm.nt
Best .ervic.
JOHN   DYBHAVN
P.O. Box 7ST P.ttullo Block '
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO.  63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members  of  the  order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
BARGAINS
G. S. JOHNSTONE, N.G.
H. MORTON. Secretary.   |
S. O. E. B. S.
���"���"���TB |    The   Prlnoe   Rupert Lodge. No. 318, Son. of
England, meets the first and third Tuesdays in >
Bach month in the Carpenters Hsll. at - p.m.
F. V. CLARK. Ser- .
V O. Box S12. Prince Rupert
-IN-
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LYNCH BROS.
Lowest  Prices  in   Northern   B. C
S��B*S-S*atBt.*BwS S '4)i.a.~.
Furniture
Store.
Linoleum
Enamel ware
Blind.
Curtains
Quilts
Blanket.
Mirror.
Crock.ry
Cla.sware
Lamps
Table  Cutlery
Baby Buggies
Screens
Pictures
Washing
Machines
Utile's NEWS Agency
Magazines :: Periodicals :: Newspapers
CIGARS   ::  TOBACCOS  ::   FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
Ostermoor Mattresses
Esrery Description of
House     Furnishings.
o
The Big
BIG FURNITURE Store
Cor. Sir, Si. .nd 2nd Ave.
F-  W.   HART   & COMPANY
PHONE 82
alDSAY'S^TORAOE-1
("������ T. P. Transfer Agents
Order, promptly filled.   Price, reasonsble.
OFFICF.-ll. n. riot-heater. Centre St.    Phon. Baa
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tablea SECOND Av��
It-������
SHERLOCK
HOLMES
The Greatest Fiction Charscter of the Century Come to Life Again
\
A Great Chance
X
FOR-
Daily . .
News ..
Readers
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle will write two new adventures of
the famous detective for the Daily News.
The Daily News has joined a syndicate of leading newspapers of United Slates and Canada to induce Sir Arthur Conan
Doyle the author of the famous Sherlock Holmes Stories���the greatest
detective stories ever written���to gi,-e to the world two more of his
entrancing tales of thc great detective's skill.
All arrangements are now completed, the stories arc delivered,
and at an early date to In- mutually agreed upon, the stories will Ik-
printed.   They are called:
lhe Adventure of the Devil's Foot
-AND-
The Adventure ol the Red Circle
We have read these stories in the proof, and they are up in the
high standard of skill that the earlier stories set. We can say-
no more.
The Daily News has secured the sole right of publication (or
the whole of Northern B. C. These stories can only be obtained
in the DAILY NEWS.
They will appear in both the daily and weekly edition. They
will start in a lew days time.
The Daily News
-THE  LEADING   NEWSPAPER   OF   NORTHERN   B.C.-
50c A Month   ���   $5.00 A Year

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