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 THE  WEATHER
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Twenty-four hours ending5 s.m.,
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The daily News,
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FOR SOUTH
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For North
Princess May Mund.iy
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
VOL. H,  NO. 169
Prince Rupert, B.C., Friday, July aft 1911.
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Innl
REETWITi
SIGHT SEEING TRIP MADE
BY PARTY IN AUTO CAR
First Motor Car Trip of Tourists Was Made Yesterday
���Party of Vancouver Old Timers Had a Merry
Jaunt Out Over Hays Creek
Still striding into line with the
���up-to-date cities of the world
Prince Rupert yeaterday witnessed
J the auto car carrying a party of
Light-seeing tourists round the city.
���What made the trip the more
Important from Prince Rupert's
Innint of view was the fact that
Ithe excursionists were wealthy Vancouver old-timers keenly interested
[in the progress of the northern
port.
Ai-rived by Ventuer
Members  of   the   party   were
|Mr.   and   Mrs.   C.  L. Behnson,
.Ir. and Mrs. G. A.    Roldc of
Vancouver,  and  their friends  in
Prince   Rupert,   Mr.   and   Mrs.
\Y.   Hart.     The   Vancouver
ijuariette were travelling on  the
entitle on a holiday jaunt taking
|n all the stopping places as far
. time allowed.   Thanks to the
tiny   Express   auto   driven   by
E. Rootjes they were able to
v   Prince   Rupert   well   before
saving again on the Venture.
Speedy Run Round
From the wharf the car which
ind been specially fitted for sight-
ling sped off to McBride street.
thence along Fifth avenue to thc
tali level bridge over Hays Creek.
After a swift race to the cres
Y the rise* there thc party motored
^.iik by Sixth avenue and round
i Fourth at the Bacon residence
mn which such a fine view of
llic harbor  and   city   is  gained.
to thc Royal where the party
breakfasted and then caught the
Venture to continue their tour.
This little incident so early in the
history of Prince Rupert points
to a very big tourist business
before very long.
$10,000,000 CITY HALL
Montreal to Build the Finest in
America
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Montreal, July 29.���The city-
has decided to build a new city
hall which will be the finest of
its kind in all America. The
structure will cost in the neighborhood of ten million dollars
and take from ten to twenty years
to build.
ALL LOST BUT ONE
Steamer John  Irwin Wrecked
Off Nova Scotia Coast
(Canadian Press Despatch}
Halifax, July 29.���The steamer
John Irwin sank off Guysboro al
the eastern end of Nova Scotia
lest night. Thc only .survivor ,o
reach the shore was William Mc-
Lcod who floated in on the s.et'.m-
er's hatch.
To watch Tl.c News want ads
is   to   know   your   chances   for
there it was a quick race finding a better job
STORM CENTRE
TO BE QUEBEC
[his is the Opinion of Hon.
Richard McBride Who Has
Just Returned.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
| Quebec, July 29.���"Quebec will
the storm centre of the next
lection," said Hon. Mr. McBride,
[rentier  of   B.   C,   who  arrived
i*t evening from England.
j Mr. McBride stated that con-
|dcreble interest  is being  taken
England in the Dominion clec-
JOM which arc looked  upon  as
niosi important in some years.
SAN   JACENTO   LOST
Coast Steamer Wrecked While
on Way to San Francisco
(Canadian Press Despatch) !
Hoquiam, Wash., The steamer
San Jacento while en route from
here to San Francisco ran onto
thc rocks on the south jetty while
passing out over Gray's Harbor
bar and sank.   No lives were lost.
ENGLAND IS READY-AND WAITS
(Canadian Press Despatch.)
London, July 29.���With steam up on her fleet of battleships*,
and with armed troops*, both regular and militia, moving steadily
towards all the important strategic positions in the country, Britain is today waiting for a possible clash with Germany over the
Moroccan situation.
England's position has been positively outlined, and no more
can be done until the France-German negotiations over Morocco
have been disposed of. The outcome of the dangerous situation
hinges on whether Germany will withdraw her ships from Moroccan ports.
Diplomats are watching every move with strained attention,
and concede that France cannot grant Germany's demand. They
expect that warned by the evidences of British determination and
of apparent certainty that France will stand firm, the Kaiser and
his ministers tonight will agree to grant concessions.
The whole situation in a nutshell is that Germany has made
demands which have not been granted by France, and which,
should France weaken, would still be opposed by England.
Germany must back down or fight. Which alternative the
Kaiser will take is uncertain.   England is ready���and waits.
SCHEDULE FOR
BALL SEASON
Managers   of   Indoor   League
Teams  Arrange  Matches���
New  Team   Promises  Great
Things.
Caught by the Tide
Don't drift into any old shoe,
get ones that fit and wear well
for the same money. Scott, Froud
& Co., have them.
PRINCIPAL HUNTER GIVEN
HEARTY CONGRATULATIONS
plendid Showing of the Prince Rupert Scholars in the
Victoria Exams is Commented Upon���To Open
West End School in the Fall
'"Kratillations have  been  re-
lr,l��<l by  the School  Board  to
f pupils and teachers of Prince
h��n   Public   School   on   their
Mnal.lt*   achievements   at   the
f(��>ria examinations held rcccnt-
Prindpal   Hunter  was  con-
ptulated in very cordial terms
Will convey the congratula-
��������_���* <>f the Board  to his very
f'i'iit   staff of  teachers.    This
|lter was put in  the  form of
'""'"������ by C. V. Bennett secor.*
'ty O.H.Nelson.
Alter Old School
f request will be made to die
E.'j0Unci- to have the old school
���Pamg on Second avenue raised
ll,V|,i "f grade, and tenders will
''lll,'<* Portly for the pt
Plumbing of the
l' " in shape for this fall as a
I'-Mlmol for the younger chil-
f" (,f the central area  of  thc
tinting
mildir.g lo
city. It has not yet been decided
who is to be the teacher for this
school.
Week-end Service
A genuine "Sing Song" service
will be conducted tonight by Lieutenant Wright who will alio sing
one of her favorite solos. Mr. F.
Klein will preach.
Tomorrow's services will be as
follows: 11 a.m., public holiness
service, Mrs. Ensign Johnstone
..ill preach a special sermon. The
; f.i-rnoon service starts at 3o'clock.
Tin re will be plenty of bright
si ging at this service.
At 8 o'clock the orchestra will
be there with sweet music. Mrs.
Johnstone and Lieutenant Wright
will sing special songs and Ensign
Johnstone will preach, All arc
cordially invited.
Managers of the four Indoor
Baseball teams of the Prince Rupert League met last night and
agreed u*miii the following schedule
for the 1911 League season:
July 25���Blue Ribbons vs. Crescents.
Aug. 1���Quill Drivers vs. Crcsencts
Aug. 3���Blue Ribbons vs. Maple
Leafs.
Aug.   8���Quill   Drivers  vs.   Blue
Ribbons.
Aug.   10-Maple  Leafs vs.  Quill
Drivers. ���
Aug. 15���Crescents vs. Maple Leaf
Aug.    15���Crescents   vs.    Maple
Leafs.
Aug. 17���Crescents vs. Quill Drivers.
Aug  22.���Maple   Leafs  vs.   Blue
Ribbons.
Aug. 24���Blue Ribbons vs. Quill
Drivers.
Aug.  29���Crescents vs.   Maple
Leafs.
Aug. 31���Blue Ribbons vs. Crescents.
Sept.   5���Maple   Leafs   vs.   Quill
Drivers.
Sept.  7���Blue  Riblions vs. Quill
BASEBALL SCORES
jBASI
���I a .. *-... a..
Northwestern League
Portland 8, Vancouver 7; eleven
innings.
Tacoma 0, S|*okaiie 5;   sixteen
innings.
Victoria 8. Seattle 4.
Pacific Coast League
Vernon 5, Sacramento 2.
Portland 10, Los Angeles 3.
'Frisco 5, Oakland 3.
National League
Chicago 0, Philadelphia 3.
Cincinnati 8, Brooklyn 0.
Pittsburg 9, Boston 4.
St. Louis 5, New York. 2
American League
Washington (i, Cleveland 2.
Chicago 5, Detroit 0.
Drivers.
Sept.    12���Crescents   vs.    Maple
Leafs.
Sept.   14���Maple  Leafs  vs.   Blue
Ribbons.
Sept ,19 -Crescents vs. Quill Drivers.
Sept 21��� Blue Rlbboni vs. Crescents.
Sept 20���Quill Drivers vs. Maple
Leafs.
The new learn the Maple Leafs,
promises to be a formidable packet.
Something in the way of a surprise
packet perhaps.
KEY TO HUMAN HISTORY
Interesting Subject for Sermon at Baptist Church Tomorrow.
"Thc Key to Human History,
or the Dynamic of Chrisi's Resurrection," will be the interesting
subject of Rev. Warren 11. Mc-
l.eod's sermon at lhe Baptist
church tomorrow evening in the
Mclntyre Hall, Third avenue near
Sixth street.
Regular services will be held
nt 11 a.m., 2.30 and 7.30 p.m.
Muscial services under direction
of Mr. John K. Davey, organist
and choir master.
MAY ROBERTS TELLS SOME
OF HER STAGE EXPERIENCES
Charming Actress Who Has Pleased  Prince Rupert
Audiences All Week Has Had Interesting Career
���She Has   Some   Kind   Things   to   Say
About Her Audiences
"Come right in," called a very
very cheerful voice in answer to
a rather timid knock on one of
the dressing room doors behind
the scenes of the Empress Thctarc
MAY   ROBERTS
late last night immediately after
the May Roberts Stock Company
had given an excellent and successful presentation of "The .\d-
vcniurcss."
Piloted by Arthur C. Fox, manager of the company,  the  News
reporter found himself a few seconds later shaking hands and
receiving a cordial welcome from
a handsome lady with a winsome
and attractive personality. This
lady was Miss May Roberts, the
brightest star in the galaxy of
stars that make up the company.
"If you are not too tired, Miss
Roberts, I would like to talk
with you for a few minutes," began
the reporter half apologetically.
The charming actress made haste
to marshal a rabbit's foot, little
pots of make-up, etc., together
on her dressing table while she
avowed she was never too tired
to spare a few minutes for a niinon
of Mercury.
Fifteen Years on Stage
"Fifteen years I have been on
lhe stage and during that time
I have played in every place of
importance in every state of the
Union and in the nine provinces
of Canada," stated Miss Roberts
after the first few questions had
been submitted.
"That   rich   accent   you   have
leads  me  to  believe  you  are a
Southerner?" half queried the News
From Old Georgia
"Macon, Georgia, is my home.
I was born there in the year���
well, never mind the year���and
it was there  I  made my debut
(Continued on page 6.)
RUPERTS BEST BOOSTER
Uncle   Jerry   Returned   Home
Today from South
After spending tWO weeks in
Vancouver, Mr. J. H. Kugler,
"l 'nele J.-rry," returned this morn*
i, g wiih his wife and his trusty
henchman, Frank Reynolds.
"There will be an inllu.x of real
t-siaii and business men from tinsmith shortly," said Mr. Kugler.
"I found a great deal of interest
Centred here amongst people in
Vancouver."
Mr. Kugler completed some important business while he was
away.
CANADA WINS
ROWING HONORS
Canadian Oarsmen Carry Off
Three of Six Events at Saratoga Regatta.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Saratogo, N. Y.. July 29.���
Canadians carried off the honors
in three of the six events at yesterday's regatta of the National
Association of Amateur Oarsmen.
The Senior Championship singles went to Butler of the Argonaut Club, Toronto, who also won
the Association single scull race.
The four-oared event also went
to the Arginallt's crtw of Toronto.
MEMBERS LEAVE
FOR THEIR HOMES
Many are not Even Waiting for
Dissolution���Obstruction Tactics Continue.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, July 29.���The Conservative obstruction of the Government reciprocity resolution is
continued today before a greatly
reduced membership in the House.
Many members have already left
for their homes to pri pare for the
coming election.
Adjournment is expected in the
middle of next week and the
elections in the last week of
September.
THE MAYOR MADE A SPRINT
FOR THE BALLAST TRAIN
Wanted to Get to  Kitsumkalum This Morning for a
Political Meeting���Raced Down  Centre Street
Grip in Hand and Swung Himself on
Board Work Car
THE VETO BILL CRISIS TO BE OVERCOME
Commons Will Reject Lords Amendments and the Latter Will Help to Pass the
Original Bill - Afterwards the Liberal Ministry Will Undergo Some
Sweeping Changes
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London, July 29.���An amicable
solution of the crisis on the Veto
Bill is expected to be found
tonight, in which the Lords themselves will take a considerable
part.
Tlu* mode of settlement will be
as follows: The House of Commons
will reject the Lords' amendments.
In the meanwhile an intimation
will be conveyed to Mr. Asquiih
that Lord St. Aldywen will take
a sufficient number of Unionist
Peers in to the Government lobby
if Lord Hnlsliury's followers challenge a decision to oust them. It
is believed, however, that this will
not Ik- necessary.
Cabinet Changes
London, July 29.���There will
be an enlire rc-arrangcmciil of
thc Cabinet after passing the
Veto Bill. Lord Morely and Earl
Crewe it is slated will  retire on
���CCOUnt Ol ill health. Baron llal-
d.'iu- and Mr. Birrell will also
give up their portfolios. Attorney General Isaacs will go into
the Upper House- as a law Lord.
Winston Churchill according to a
Statement made, is slated for the
Irish Secretaryship. Lieutenant
Colonel Seeley, 1'iider Secretary
of War, will be promoted to the
head of that ministry.
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners. 'Phone
That moving picture man who
is coming here next  week missed
a  film   ihis morfting  lhat   would
have proven one of the best six
sellers if he had been  here with
his  machine  a   lit lie   before   six
o'clock  litis mori'ing.    He would
have had the opportunity oil seeing
the Mayor of Prince Rupert and
M. P. P. for Skeena, grip in hand,
cantering hastily down Centre street  with his eye  focussed on ;���
ballast train at the depot, waiii g
there with  steam  up already   to I
pull out.
Just  before the  Mayor goi   101
jthe depot the train screamed cut'
B shrill toot and began to move.
The Mayor threw his head backlEMpRESS THEATRE, Second Ave.'
and spHnted for the ballast train. May Roberts & Co. In "The Judge
He got sufficiently near the train I an<j the Girl." Curtain rises at 9
to catch hold of the rear car and     sharp.
swung himself on.    Then he sank
down almost exhausted.
Mr. Manson is now travelling
to Kitsumkalum per special ballast train to hold political meetings
there.
Take a New Lease on Life
Through Dr. Reed's cushion
sole shots a new lease of life is
obi.\i,Til. Gel your shoes today
;".   Scott,   Froud   &   Co.,   Third
Ave  ue Shoe Store.
Where to Go
D THE   DAILY NEWS
i
The Daily News
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Publiahed by the Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
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Square.
Daily Edition.
Saturday, July 29
BRITAIN UNITED AGAINST HER FOES
Three days ago, the British despatches told of riots in the British
House ol Commons. Fists were shaken by honorable gentlemen in
the faces ol other honorable gentlemen. For the first time in history
B British Prime Minister was howled down by an Opposition for
the first lime in his career, the Speaker of the House had occasion to
use his prerogative to adjourn tin* House on his own responsibility,
to avoid disorders.
Yesterday the despatches told of another state of affairs. They
told of a House that was of one mind. They told of a Premier reading
from a manuscript a speech of grave import, and being followed by
the Leader of the Opposition who endorsed all the Premier said. Then,
was not a dissentient voice in the House. It was a thrilling anticlimax to the scenes of the previous days.
The explanation is simple. The question which rent the House
to a point where indignities were plentiful, was a domestic one. The
question of the shearing of thc power of the House of Lords, deeply
affecting the future of the British people, was confined to the Briiish
people.   Marked differences were permissible.
LAND  PURCHASE NOTICE
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
(*ooe-o<-
Stikine Und DUtilct���District of Casslar
Take notice that Christian A. Tervo of Stikine,
1- 0.| occ-iuation customs oillcer. Intenda to apply
for porniiaaion to purchaso the following di'scrib-t'd
land:
Comm-unclng at a poat planted about three-
iiuurti*i.i of a mile north eaat from Glacier Ulllle
and on the east bunk of Stikine Itiver and on the
south ni-If of the mouth of a little creek, thence
taat 4U chain*, thence north 40 chains, thence
wost -10 chaina, thenco aouth 40 chaina to point
of commencement und containing 1(30 acrea mure
or lea.1).
Dated Feb. 10, 1911.    CHRISTIAN A. TERVO
I��ub April 7.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Coast Hange o
Take notice that 1, Lauchlan Juhn Shanahan ol
Victoria, It. C, occupation teacher. Intend to
apply (or permission to purchase tho following
deacribed lands:
Commencini; at u posl planted Cf> chalm south
from the southeast corner of Lot UOtiO, thence 40
chains south, thence -10 chains went, thenc** 40
chains north, thence 40 chains cast to point of
comrneiict-nieiit, containing 100 acrea more or lass*
LAUCHLAN JOHN SilANAHAN
Datod April 17, Mil,
Pub. May 6.
Sk<��na Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Caaalar
Take nolice tbat I, John L. Mitchell of I'rlnce
Rupert, II. C, occupatiun bookkeeper. Intend to
apply  for  permission  to purchaae the  following
described landa:
Commencing at a post plantod about (6) five
miles south and (1) one mile weat of the forks of
the White and Flat rlvors, thence north 80 chains
thence east K0 chains, thence aouth 80 chains,
thenco weat SO chatna.
Dated April IH, 1911. JOHN L. MITCHELL
Pub. May 13 FrancU S. Praaton, Agent
Skeena Lund District���District of Coaat Rantte 5
Coust District
Take aotiM that Wm. Leslie of Sapperton, B.C
occuputlon Government Guard, intenda to npply
for p-frnUMlOQ to purchaae tho following descrilied lands:
Commencing nt n post plantad 40 chuins west
and ISO rhuins south of tho southwest corner of lot
No ITiW. rant-re 5 coastdistrict.murked Wm.Leslie,
N.W. comer, thence aouth 40 chuina. thence out
St' chains, thenco north 40 chains, thence west an
chains to post of commencement, containing 3l!o
ncrei more or leat.
WM. LESLIE
T. D. Laird, Agent
Dated March 20th. 1911
Pub. April 29th. 1911
Skeena Und DUtrict���DUtrlct of Caasiar
Take notice that I, Alfred Uerryman Williami
of  Prince   Rupert,   It.  C,  occupation   merchant
Intend to apply for permUalon to purchaae the
following deacribed lands:
Commencing at a pott planted ubout (2) two
milea aouth of the forks of the Whit�� and Flat
rivers, thence 80 chaina south, thonce bO chains
west, thenoe 80 chaini north, thonce 80 chains
east.
ALFRED BERRYMAN WILLIAMS
Dated AprU 18, 1911. FrancU S. Preaton, Agent
Pub. May 13.
Skeena Und DUtrict���District of Caaslar
Take notice tbat I, John Rol*rt Pacey of I'rince
Rupert, 11. C, occupation cook. Intend to apply
(or permasion to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted (2) two miles
south and 2) two mMea west of the forks of the
White and Flat rivers, thence aoutb ttO chains
thence east 80 chains, thence north 80 chains,
thence wset 80 cha ns.
Dated Apr I 20, 1911 JOHN ROBERT PACEY
Pub. Mu- 13. Francs S. Preston. Agon
Skeena Und District���DUtrlct of Coast Range 6
Take not ce that I, Martha Leek, of Frtnce
Rupert, B. C, occupat on marr *d woman i.-tm i
to apply for permiaaion to purchaae the following
described lands:
Commencing at a poat planted almut three and
one-half miloa dUtant In a southwesterly direction
from a blind slough from Observatory Inlet where
the ssme touches the Ind an Reserve, tbence east
80 chaina, thence aouth 80 cha na, thenoe weat 8
chains, thence north 80 cha ns to point of commencement, conta n ng 640 acres more or lesa.
Dated Apr I 14. 1911. .MARTHA LEEK
Pub. Mav 13.
Skeena Und District���DUtrlct of Cout Range
Take notice tbat Mary Beaton GUdenVeve ot
Victoria, B. C- occupation housekeeper. Intends
to apply for permUalon to purchaae the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the southwest
comer of Lot 994. Range 6, Coast DUtricl.thence
. 80 chaina south thence 40 chaina   east, thence M)
i chains north, thenoa 40 chaina weat to point of
I ommencement. containing 320 acros more or less.
MARY UEATo.N QILDSRUEVE
Dated AprU 17, 1911.
Pub. May 6.
Skeena Und Dutrict���District of Coaat
Take notioe that Fred W. Bottler of KiUurn-
kalum, occupation farmer, intends to apply  tor
K mission  to   purchaae the  (olloanng  described
ds:
Commencing at a post planted at the north-
aeat corner of     A. Mc Lead's pre-emption, thenoe
, 20 chains south, tbence 10 chains east, thenou 20
1 chains norib, tbenov 10 chains weal to poat of
commencement containing 20 acres mom or less.
Dated April 10,1911. FRIEDRICH W. UOHLER
i Pub. AprU 22. Fred Hampton, Agont
Skeena Und DUtrict���District of Casalar
j     Take notice that I, Sydney Fittgerald of Stewart,
B. ('.. occupation cook, Intend to apply for per-
^  ��� mlaaion to purchase the following described lands
...   i,  ,,,->),   ,  I .1,      i **m\\W**m\\\*m\\\*m\\*M Commencing at a post planum  -.Unit  five mile
io murrn piatc in int* list oi wheal producing countries, coming   in |i0ulh ind ont mtt* oi the forka of white
behind Russia, United Stales and India.
The question of resenting German aggression in Morocco is different. It may be that the ordinary British subject is less affected
by final result of German Intrusion in Morocco than in the passage
of the Peers, Veto Bill in its original form; it may be that the lesser
feelings are swallowed Up in the revival of old hates; the fact thai
Britain is ready tt> sink all differences in the face of German aggression is very significant.
Outsiders are apt to misjudge the temper of tlie British people,
to fear lest their free opinions, their domestic strife and lack of flag?
waving mania, betokens a loose drawn tie of loyalty.
Such need reminding that the loose felt ties are strongest, that
freedom of speech breeds, patriotism not disloyalty, notwithstanding
lhat liberty sometimes is interpreted as license.
The spectacle of British Parliament changed in the twinkling
of an eye from a scene of domestic strife to a scene of unity in defence
of Britain's honor, will not lie lost on thc world at large.
CANADA'S GREAT WHEAT CROP
Last year out of the total three and a half billions of wheat pro
duced in the world Canada grew practically one hundred and fifty
million bushels. The exact figures were 149,990,000 bushels. Shi
was leventh on the list of wheat producing countries <-f the world,
the order of precedence being: Russia, United States.Briiish India
France, Hungary, Italy and Canada.
This year if the crop estimates are realised, Canada will spring
and Flat riven, thence south 80 chaina, thence
west W) chaina, thence north 80 chains, thence
oaat 80 chains.
Dated April 18, 1911. SYDNEY FITZGERALD
Pub. May 13. FraocU S. Preaton, Agent
Skeena Und District���District of Cout Ranf-a
ing crop into the Briiish market, will   break the price of wheat
while a good thing for the British wheat consumers  would not
a gotxl thing for the Canadian wheat growers.
In view of the great rapidity of the increase of the wheat crop
in Canada, it is obvious that our statesmen should be looking out
for entrance to the world's markets.   To continue to pour our increus- j R^^^S^S'Si^Sta
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^        Pl-.!     apply  for  perm sslon  lo  purchase  the  following
iniB Idaacrbed Unds: t   l
i.(1       Commencing at a post plantod about three and
lK I one-half miles d stent in a south westerly direction
1 from a blind slough from Oberrvatory Inlet where
  ! the same touehea the Ind an Reaerve, thence woat
Yet. the gentleman  who aspires to become the next Premier of Sjg^SMMt'S p.ToT^m
Canada, Mr. R. L Borden, has just finished a tour of the wheat SSSSfti*lW^Saa^1iah*M
growing provinces telling the wheat raisers that he intends if returned! s***n* und Di.uict-Di.trict oi com Rang, s
to power   to make it ImpOMible for the   wheat growers to sell their ^^.SgAi?a��5Sd'^S
. r.,,, in the nearest contiguous market.   And he hopes to l.e Htpported ] [.0^D��.rm',���lo,, " pU"1"" "" "*"""'" """"""
by   the   dweller*   on   thc   pn.iri.-s.      This,   as   the   Manitoba|^S!^fi|'^i^o^i8^
Free Press remarks, may l��- magnificent, but it is not politics.
NOTES DUE
Thc British papers announce the forthcoming marriage of Lord
Kitchener t<> a Mi>s Hearsay. Now watch the papers for the succession nl comic rtliturs who will each sigi-ly remark in turn that"lt
is only a matter ol Hearsay.
Some of the papers take the trouble tn
to-be is younger than lu*r distinguished fiance.
Kitchener is going on for sixty.
remark that the liri.l.-
Lct us hope so.   Lord
Why is it that for the past fifteen yean the world has been interested in every rumor <>f marriage for the hero of Khartoum. Is it evidence of a latent COludousneas that marriage is another form of warfare.
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Eoint ol commencement.
i.l-l March ���!��, 1911.       LIONEL KDtOSLBY
I'ub. Aurtl 52.
Stikine Land I iiairic- li.mrl ol Casslar
Take none* that Sydney llodiikinaon ul Tela-
CT.'ih Creek, 11. C, occupation clerk, Inland, to
app.y lor pcrmi-*aion to purchaae the lollowlng
deocrilied land:
Commeneing at a poat planted about a quarter
mile north eaat Irum Ulacier Killle and on the eaat
1 hank ol Stikine Itiver, Ibence eaat 20 chaina
thence north 40 chain*, thence weal 20 chaina,
thence auuth 40 chain, to poinl ol commencement
and containing A0 acrea more or laaa.
Ualed Feb. 11, lull.
SYDNEY IIOUOK1SSON
, Pub. April CA. Tervo, Afent
Skeena Land DUtrict���Dlitrlcl ol Caaaiar
Take  notice tiial  1,  Mary  Carln  ol  Suwart,
1 U. C, occupatiun married woman, Inland to apply
lor permiaalon to purchaae the (ollowing deacribed
, landi
Commencing at a post  planted two 12)  milea
, aouth and (2) two milea weat ol tha lork. ol the
! While and  Flat river.. Ihence 80 chain, north,
, thence HO chain, west, thenco 80 chains eoutb>
thence 80 chain, east.
Dated April 20, 1911. MARY CAHIN
I'ub. May 13. Francia S. I-restun, Agent
Skeena Land District���Dlitrict ol Caaalar
Take notice that I, Allred Kyte ol I'rince lluperl.   II.   C,   occupation   electrician,   Intend   to
apply  lor  permission to  purchase the lollowlng
described landa:
Commencing al a post planted about (3) three
mllea south or the forks of the While and Flat
riven, thence 80 chain, south, thenca 841 ebains
eaat, thence 80 cbains north, thence at bain-
weat.
D.led April 18, 1911. ALFIU.D KYTE
Pub. May 13. Francia S. Preston, Agent
Skeena land Dislrict - Dislrict ol Coast Itange fi
Take notice that Stanley Oreen ol Prince
Hupert, II. C, occupation miner, Intends to apply
lor permission In purchas*1 thi* following described
land:
Commencing nt a post planted 10 chains south
and 10 chains weal ol the northwest corner of
Lol 1733. lakelse Valley. Dislrict ol Coa.t llange
G, Ihence west 10 chains, Ihenee south 80 chains,
thenee eaat 40 chains, thence north 80 chains lo
point ol commencement
Slaked June 30th, 1911
Pub. July 16.
Skeena Und Diatrict���DUtrict of Coast RjMjI
Taka notica that Mra. L. 0. Putnam 01 BI
Paul, Mlnneaota, occupation married ""���������,", ,
intenda to apply lor permiaalon to purcliiuii mo
fullowlng deacrlbod landa: .i���-.*t
Commencing an poat planted ut the ��"*'*--""'
corner ol Lot No. 1733 marked Mrs. U C. 1 ���**,"'"
northeaat corner, tbence west 4U cliiun". '"',.,,
south B0 chaina thenco oaat 40 OUlUi .*"���"
north 80 chaina to poet ol cumini'iii*.'"'**"*. c"��
lalning 320 ucroa more or losa. ,   ,,,..,....��,
Dated March 20 1911.      MRS. 1- I ��� I I ' �����"
Pub. April 15. lieo. 11. Putnam  Agen
Skoena Land Dlitrict-Diatrict ol lus-iiar	
Take notice lhat 1, Urenton Jorfon -'������"*'"���"
Princ* Ruuert, U. C, occupallon coniructor, nt. no
lo apply lor permiaalon to purcliw IM Itninwiui
diwr.liiil landa:  hM
Cumnioaclng at u post planted "���""'��� ���*'' SJC
���ml*-* .outh and 12) two inilos W��1 0l 1|1" ",,.,
uf Whit* and Flal river., theuci* BO phyla. ���*��������f
Ihence 80 cliaina weal, thence SO IMUM ""'"'���
Ihence 80 chaina aaat. ,   .,. .,,���,.,a-
11HENTON JOR1H.N MOURb
Dated April 20. 1911. Francu S. PWtOB, IP
Pub. May 13.
Skeena Land AfksWct��� Diatrict ol yuecn Cliarlolte
Take notica that Uao. U. Laux "I Princ*-' [ftf-ft
U. On occupation barbor, liitomb to ��|'l"> ,",
|x*rmia��ion to purchaao tbo following atmtxata
Coinmoncing al a post plaiin*.! ��!'" >J*S
mllea weat and one mile south Irom IM ,n"ui".
ol Stanly Creek, Naden Harbor, the-ic- aoulh ou
chaiiu, Ihenco weat 40 chains, Ilu'iicu norm oi
chains, thance eaal 40 chains. ___ ,, , .,.y
Datod March 17, 1911.. ''I'1   "   l-."���.
Pub. April 22. Numa IMM Agenl
Skeena Und Diatrict���DUtrlct ol CokI Range ���
Taka notice tbat Alaaander Mclntmli of >���*
couver. U C, occupation real ������><', |,r"*^,
Intonda to apply lor parraUaion lo purcnaa* mm
lollowing deacribed landa: ,  , _ _���,,,
Commencing at a poat planted 40 chains south
Irom the eoulhweel corner of Lol Wj, thenca ou
chains south, thenca 40 chains ��*��i, thenca ou
chains north, Ihence 40 cbains ���* xo P0"'' ���
commencement conUining 320 acrua more or loss.
Daled AprU 17, 1911. ,, ,..���,.o���
ALEXANDLR MclNTOSll
Pub. May 6
Skeona Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Coasl [Wl
Taka nolico that Annie Muwallem ol I rince
Rupert. U. C, occupaUon marru*d woman, inlenu
lo apply lor permission lo purchase Ibe lollowing
deacrlbod landa: .   . ,v.
Commencng al a poat planted at a pojt al me
aouthweat corner, 60 ehalna eaat Irom N. fc. corner
ol Lot 1116. Harvey'a Survey. Cout Dis net.
Range 6, thence east 20 chains, thenc* north 40
chains, thenca waat 40 chains, thenca south n
cbanu, Ihenco aaal 20 chains, thenc* ���"ull'.r,"
;haina Xa point ol oommanc.-n.ent, conulumg UO
acrea mora or lea*. _..��� .j.iauiai i i*v,
Datad May 8, 1911. ANNIE MLSi-ALLLM
i'ub. May 13.
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUlrict ol CaiaUl
Taka   notice   lhat   1.   Thomas   MeMeekln   ol
Pruioe Rupert. 11. C, occupai.eo clerk. Inund to
apply  lor parmualon  to purcnasa the following
Uuscrlbed lands: .   . ..
Commanclng at a poat planted about two muea
south ol lha forka of tha While and Hal rivers,
tbence north 80 chaina, thence east ao chslns,
ihenco soulh 80 chaina, UMoca wesl 60 chaina.
Dated AprU 18. 1911. THOMAS McMtl.KIN
Pub. Mav 13. Francu S. I'raalon. Aganl
Skaena Und DUtrict-l'ulrlct ol Casalar
Taka notice that I. Charle. L. D*lgrov�� ul suwart U. C, occupation proa|..*ctor, inund to .ppl*.
lor parmtMlon lo purchaM lh* following daeenbed
Commanclmj at a pott planled about aia mil*,
south and ona mile waat ol the lorks ol the w tm*
and FUl rivera, thanca aojin 80 chains, lh��nc*
vast 80 chains, thanca north -J chsins. iMnca waat
DMdiSrt 20. 1(11.     CHARLES UELOROVE
I'ub. May 13. rrancu S. Pnaion. Aganl
Skaana Und DUlrlct-Dutrlct ol Coaal
Taka  notice that Hume l.ahington ��  I nnc*
Ruuwt, B. C, occupaUon n*.ler mariner. Intends
to  apply lor parmualon  to lease  lha loiloaing
Ucoa-itKal landa: ,  .        ���  . .
Commencing al a poat planted aboul 100 chain,
auuth ol the Indian Kaacne in tba ea* aide ol
liooae llay on lha aaal aide "I th* TMilniula Ihence
north 100 chain, along ab .** to lha Rwcra-o lin*.
thenc* weat 60 chaina more or laaa lo Oooaa llay,
thenca loo chaini along shore, thenc* *a.l 60
chains mora or leu to poal, containing 640 term
ulZFllirch ��, 1(11.        11LME UABINGTON
Pub. AprU li.
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol i aaaiar
Taka   nolic*  thai   1,   Charlea   M.   Knouae
Princa Kupert. It. C.( occupallon tarmvr. Inund
lo apply lor permiaalon lo purchaaa tha lollowlng
deacnbvd landa:
Commencing at a post planted about ll) thre*
mile, south and 12 1 two mllea aeat ol tb* lorka 11
While river and Hat river, thenc* *ouib 80 cnaina.
Ibem*** aaal 80 chaina, thene, north 60 chain*.
lh��nc* eaat 60 chains.
Dated April20, 1(11.      CHARLES M. KNOUSE
I'ub. May 13. FrancU S. l****ion. Aganl
Skoena Und DUtrlct���District ol.Coast Range b
Taka not ce that I, John l.sn I .ur. ol Prlnea
Rupert, It. C, occupat on clerk, intend to apply
lor parmlsaloo to purchaae tha lollowlng deaci*,b*d
aodi:
Commencing at a poet plantad aboul threa aa ���
ope-hall mil.* dUtanl n a aouth waalarlv d net on '
(rom a blind alough [rom Ubearvalory 1 r.l. t when
lh* aama louche, tha Indian Iteearva, lh��nc*
weat bo chaina. Ihenc* nortb bO chaina. thenc*
aaat bo cl an*, Ihence south bO chaina lo potnl o
commencement, containing 610 acrea mor* or laaa
Daled April 14, 1911. JOHN IVAN PETERS
Pub. May 13.
Skaana Und Dut-ict���Diitrtcl ol Caaalar
Taka  notice  tha*.   1,  John  L'owin ol  Princ*
Rupart It. C, occupallon Uborer, inland lo apply
for permUalon to purchaaa tha lollowing deaoiltad
���MM
Commencing at a poat plantad aboul <2) two
milaa aoutb ol lb* lork, ol tba Wblu aad Flat
rivera, tbenc* aouth 80 ehalna. tbane* east M
chains, tbehc* nortb su chains, tbenee wist (0
chaina.
Daled AprU Is, 1(11. JOHN  I ' '4 1'.
l-ub. May 13. FrancU S. Praaton, Aganl
Skoena Und Dutrict���DUlrict ol Coaal
Taka  notie* that  I,  William John  Corley ol
Princ* Itupert, II. c., occupaUon rancher, i item]
to apply lor |*errauaion to purchaae tba loU iwing
described Unda:
Commencing al a pool planted at the sou  iwast
eorncr of Lol 3063, iUng* 6, Coast DUtriet, lhanc*
aouth  20 ehaina,  thi-nea   aaat   40 chain*** th.  e*
nortb 20 chaina, Ihenee want 40 chain* to point t
ot commencement, containing oo acres, mora or
WILLIAM JOHN CORLEY
STANLEY 0R8KN
Locator
Dated Aprils. 1(11.
Pub. April 2(.
Skeana Und DUtriet���DUtrlct ol 'aaaiar
Taka notice that WUliam Fraderiek Ca-'iaroo
ol  Prlnea  Rupart.  B.   ...  occupation eai,onlar,
nunds to apply lor parmiaaion lo purcbai. lb*
(ollowing described Unds:
Commencing at a poat plsnted about threa
milea ��outh of th* lorka ol tba Whlu and Flat
rivera, tbeoca wuih SO rhaina, thanca arret 80
chains, thenca norlh bO ehalna, thenca e-..t SO
chaina.
WILLIAM FREDERICK CAMERON
Daled April 18, 1(11.
Pub. May 13. Francis S. Praaton. Agent
Skeena Und DUtrict���DUtriet ol Coaat Range 5
Take notice that Grace McTavish. ol Vancouver,
B. C., occupation married woman, inunda lo apply
for permiMion to purcbaae the lollowlng deecritied
lands:
Commencing at a poat planted at tba aouthweat
corner 100 chains east and 20 chaini nonh ol
the northeast corner ol Lot 1116, Harvey's Survey
Coaat DUtrlct, Range 6, thance 40 chaini eaat
theace 80 chaina nortb, thenee 40 ehaina waat,
thence 80 chains .o.ith to post of commencement
conUining 320 acres more or leaa.
Dated May 2, 1911. URACE McTAVlSH
Pub. May 6. Fred W. Uohler. Aganl
Skeena Und DUtrlct���DUtrict ol Caaslar
Take notice lhat  I. Jamea  Dunlop ol  Prince
Rupert,   11.  C,  occupation  leamiter,   Intend  to
apply  (or  permUsion  to  purehaae the (ollowing
doacritied landa:
Commencing at a post planted aboul two milea
aouth of the lorka ol the White and Flat riven,
thence norlh HO chaini, thenee wert SO chains,
thence south HO chains, V *nce eait 80 chain*.
Dated April 18, 1911. JAMES DUNLOP
I'uh. May 18. FrancU S. I'reaton, Agent
Skeena Und Dislrict���District ol Coast
Take  notice  lhat   I.   William   Melville  Corley
of   Toronto,   Ontario,   occupation   clerk.   Inund
i.. nn to purchase the lollowing
I to apply lor permisi
described Isnils:
miNC*. ntiFRaT.
I
Skeena Land District���District of Caaalar
Tako   notioe   that   I,   Thnmaa   Macguvern   of
Stewart, U. Om occupation miner.lntend to apply
for permiaaion to purchase the following describe
lands:
Commencing at a pout planted on tbe right
bank of the Naaa river about four miloa ahov<t> the
forka ot lho Naaa livi-r, thonce south bU chaina.
Ihwnm weat BO chains, thence north SO chatna,
\ Ihence east 80 chains to point of commencement,
���"'.nt *iiiinK r, tu acres more or leaa.
FttS!\KrTr     '       * BMney Frank Wright, Agl
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Commencing at a (sost planled at lne northwest
corner of IM 3U.iR IU.ir 6, (oaat District, thence
fast 60 chains, thence norlh 40 chaina, Ibence west
LO chains to Hell's (late alough, thsnee along
slough southerly to point of cotnmrn-cement, conUining 100 acres more or lees,
Dated April 0, 1911.
WILMAM    MELVILLE CORLEY
I'uh. April 20.
Skeena land District -District of Coast Range*
Take   notice  that   1,  Charles   A.   Vaiifhan  of
Prince Rupert, 11. (.., occupation merchant, Inlend
lo apply for permiaalon lo purchase the following
deecrllH**! landa:
Commencing at a pott planled on the south
bank of V.irii.Mii-iVi Hiver end ahout four mU-w
Irom Ita confluence with the Hkeena Klvr, thence
HO rhaina east, thence 80 chaina north, thenre 80
chain* weet, ihence MO chaina south to point of
���jflmm��*ncement. containing 040 arm more or Um
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I i.-iil Diatrict���Dlitrict ol Coait KangoO
fc" n&. th* Mif. L. C Putnam ol St
F Mini -.ou,   occupation   married   woman
l*""1 ffi'itl pfwplMtarf ��t thoaouthwoal
r1""'."! N. 1 MS MflKI Mrs. L. C. Putnam'.
#?' ."riiniur tlience woat 40 chain,, thonce
**}fa ��� �� ' tlience oaat 40 chaini, thence
1 eg chuins to pint o( commencomont, con
ffJM.1!!."���- L. C. PUTNAM
K rilli 0e0- H- VMMm  A-""1
II H-ranl I-uiitl District-District ol Casalar
li   .    ice Hint 1, llrenton Jordon Mooro o
���K unnari b. 0.. occupation contractor, intend
Blily I". permission '���> purchaao the (ollowing
TEjaidMit a post planted about (8) throe
L'     il   .nilI (W two mllea weat o( tho lorki
III in. Flat riven, thonco 80 chain, louth
E,'��) chains wral. thenco 80 chaina north,
�����80'''"''"" "HIlliNTON JORDON MOORE
L| AprU '-0, 11)11. Francia S. Preaton, Agont
fatly !������
a UnJ .Wistrict���Dlitrict o( Quoon Charlotte
Islundi _
.��� ������'i->. lliat lieo. II. Laux ol Prince Huport,
���.*euiiiition barber, intendi to apply lor
k-aiiin xo purchaiw tho  lollowing  doscribod
fcimtmolul at a poet  planted  about leven
,t ami ono mile loutb Irom tho mouth
unlv   llniek, Naden Harbor, thanco south 80
liii-nci' went 40 chaini, thonce north  80
a thenco east 40 chains,
j March 17, 1911. ���    GEO. H. LAUX
i \liril '--��� Numa Demen. Agenl
L���a Und Diitrict-DUtrlct ol Colli Range ���
Take noliw that Alexander Mclntoih ol Van
C,"r   ll   C,   occupitlon   real   nutate   broker
i.'a to apply lor permiaalon to purchase the
Sains disKribeil landi: .... ..
Troiniencing ��l a post planted 40 chain, south
7 the siiuHiwest corner ol Lot 906, thenco 80
i somli, thenco 40 chaina wait, thence 80
us north, thenco 40 cbalm eaat to point ol
mencemcnl conUining 820 acrea more or Ion.
i April 1., lsJk,LEXANDEK MclNTOSH
I Msy 0
L    Und Diatrict���Dlitrict ol Coaat Range
la...- nolice that  Annie  Mussallem  ol  Prince
lert U. Ca, occupation married woman, intendi
���a,; r. lur miriulasion to purchaae tbe lollowlng
It!:, i landi:
Jonu.wnc.ig et a post planted at a poat at the
li... : curni-r, -10 chalm eaal Irom N. b. corner
��l lllii. Harvcy'i Survey, Coaat Dlitrict,
L, b, thunce east 20 chaini, thence nortb 40
ni thence wost 40 cbalm, theoce aoutb 20
nij ii.. I..-.* east 20 chaim, thence aouth 20
ni'to point ol commencement, containing 120
. mure or lias.
J May 8,191L ANNIE MUSSALLKM
I! May l-J.
J :...*.!.. Land District��� Diatrict ol Caaalar
lake  nuticu   that   I.   Thomas   McMeokln   ol
���ce Kupert, U. C, occupation clerk, intond to
ly (ur permiaalon  to purchase tbe  (oUowiniE
Erii .-i Isnds:
Jommoncmg at a post planted about two mllea
a of ii.-' lurks ol the White and Flat rivers-*
pee north mi chains,  ihenco east bU chaina,
I - auuth .mi chains, thence west HO chains.
Vi April IS, liUL       THOMAS McMfcEKlN
I. Mav 13. Francis S. Pl >a.ton. Agent
I Skeena Lsnd District   -DUtrict of Caaaiar
\m notice that I. Charlea L. Delgrove ol Stew-
IB. C, occupation prospector, intend to apply
mission to purchase the following described
lommenclng at a poat pUnted about six milea
i sod one mile west of tbe (orka of tbe White
J .lit rivers, thence aouth mj chaina, thence
( M) chains, ihence north 80 chains, thance weat
fclllll.a. .,.,
i April 20. 1911. CHARLES DELGROVE
-, May U. Francis S. Preston, Agent
|Skvena Land District���Diatrict of Coaat
iks nutice that Uurae  Habington of Prince
i::, !*. C., occupation maater mariner, intends
k ,...  (or permiaaion  to  leaae  tbe  following
p.: ��� ��� lands:
(omracneing at a poat planted aboul 100 chains
I of ths Indian Reserve on the east side of
t llay on the east side of the 1'onlnsula thence
i lou chains along ahore to the Rusorve line,
i wost t>u chaina more or leaa to Goose Hay,
luo chains along shore, thence oast bO
mora or less to post, containing 640 acrea
. '..'.:"���'. B, un. HUME UADINGTON
i. AprU 16.
|Skeens Land District���DUtrict of Caaaiar
Dotice that  1.   Charles   M.   Knouso  o
Hupert, H. C, occupation farmer, intond
i;. .* lor uermusion to purchase tbe following
InW lands:
pmim-ncing at a post planted about (3) three
W south and i*. I two milea west of the (orks of
pte rlvsr snd Mat rl.er, thence aouth 80 chains,
-"������  SO chains, tbence oortb -80 cbaina,
i cast mi chains.
iApril20,1911.     CHARLES M. KNOUSE
. May 13. Fraocla s. Preaton, Agent
p Land DUtrict���District or Coaat Range 6
^kc notce that 1, John Ivan Potvnof Prince
i B. C., occupat on clerk, intend to apply
trmUsion to purchase the following deacribed
mmenclng at a post planted about three an
���call miles dUtant n a south westerly d red on
- s Had alougb from Observatory Inlet where
r.e touches the Indian Kcsorvo, thence
1 chains, thsnea north 80 chaina, thence
Ibu than i, thsnee aoutb 80 chaina to point o
penevment, containing 040 acrea more or leas
W Apnl 14, mi. JOHN IVAN PETERS
i May 13.
ISkwna Und DUtrict���District ol Caaalar
pe Dutios  that   I,   John   Unwin   ol   Prince
ivt B. (,., occupation laborer, Intend to apply
[J-r: im   :. t., purchaae the foUowing deecribed
kmmenring at a post planted about (2) two
S south o( tho forks of the White and Flat
���*. thencs south 80 chains, thenca east 80
iu, tbence north 80 cbaina, thence weat 80
WORLD FAMED ACTRESS
SAIDT0 BE A VAMPIRE
Does Sarah Bernhardt Sap the Vitality of Others to
Use in Her Marvellous Interpretations of Life and
Character on the Stage
Is Sarah Bernhardt the great
French actress a human vampire?
I las sin* ilu' power to draw strength
and vitality from those die touches? Is tliia tlio secret <>f Madame's
eternal youth; the reason why at
marly seventy years of age Bhe
has the charm and vin<>r of a girl?
A New York woman who met
the great actress on her recent
visit to that city thinks she has
penetrated to the heart of Madame's secret of youth. This is
her own account of her strange
meeting and discovery:
"I went into a room where
other persons were, and it was
some  little lime  liefore  Madame
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���I AprU 18,1911.
a May I'I.
JOHN UNWIN
Francis s. Preaton, Agont
Skseni Land Dlitrict���Dlitrict ol Coast
pis notice thu  I, WUliam  John  Corley ol
Ft* Hii-uTt, u. n   occupation rancher, Inland
PN'hit l- rmUaiiin to purchaae the lollowing
f        Unda:
(���e-ini-ncing al a poal planted al the aouthwest
���-r el l/ii -loot, lUnge 6, Corn Diitritt, thenca
���o chaina. thenca   eaat   40 chaini, thenca
''�� clisins, thonc* west 40 chaina lo point
wnmi-ncement, containing ��0 acrea, mora or
H April 8, un,
i April 2(.
WILLIAM JOHN CORLEY
I tttans Und Diatrict "District ol Caaaiar
Ik" '"",'.'* *** wUll��m  Kradarick Cameron
irritice Hupert, U. C, occupation  carpenter,
������'" to i|,,,|j. |0I mrmiaaion to purchaaa tba
'ing desrribad landi:
-M.mencing  at  a  poat   plantad   about  threa
a a*2 ? l���", '*""��� ���' th��  whll-�� ��nd   Kill
t-i.i.ce south 80 chaina, thence weat 80
. Ihence north 80 chaina,  thanca aaat 80
|* ApSl'llHl1. *HE1JER*CK CAMERON
M*> 13* FrancU S. Praaton, Agent
fcif.i'*,'"1 ���-"���t'lct-DUtrlct ol Coait Range 6
��� ���l. nonce that tirace McTeviih, ol Vancouier.
ri^���l'"lon m��"led woman, Inlands lo apply
|��*���-s.lim to purchase the lollowing deacrihed
��     .��*&�� * >"��' planted at tha aouthweil
itJ     'lialnaeait and 20 chaina north ol
Vi,?1""?" ol Lot 1116, Harvay'a Survey
te. ai. .. '. ?MB 6. "*en��a 40 chilm east
kil '  JBH? '")rth. llleno6 40 ehalna west,
i.�����.���.,?,"" ,l",,*> 1�� P��rt ot commencement
l "ii*  ,, ""��� mora or lose.
ill.-r '""��� ORACE McTAVlSH
Fred W. Uohler, Agent
i-*V*B���"1,L,,,?a*,,,it,,l-DI,l'1*!t *��� Cmi*r
ES ""Lee that I, j,mo,  Dunlop ol I'rlnce
III i,i., ' '."ccupitlon   leamiter,   Intend  to
-"1*1 laildr l��  pl"'���!���>���u,���  lh'  following
iflH K ,��� Po"t planted about two mllea
P" sm\\mJLlJ* \?���*i ���"���*1 W 'lv<!^,'
Wm)wmSmfJ&&JSmm WMt "�� ���'h���ll������������
R AM 111 it, "'��� 'h*nc,, **" "�� ���-h���,,������,���
Vlliv-i ������"'������ JAMES DUNLOP
" "��� Francia S. Preaton. Agent
i.^'Z^iDlslrlct-Dlitrlct ol Cout
floii.ni!    .,'!"'. '���   w������m   Melville  Corley
PPlJv li, ,",t*'l|'.   occupallon   clerk,   Intend I
ErlbHi lao'iaf" "lon lo Purchaie tba lollowlng
|wm'uI".8.*I ,.,'0", PlMled at the northwe.1 !
TWlhihL.H "���'"I 6. Coast District, thence
mmrSf iio.c"nortl*M ch",n". *mm west
'I*. ��iutLi��� ,  ' <'"e elougb,  thance  along
lir�� 16(1 a..        pn"lt ���" commencement, con-
a .-in acres more ���, *,,,
S*�� April 6 11)11.      ""-"���
}-An,li-,"IU*1AM    MELVILLE CORLEY
���"���l;i,"tJ)i,"'''l,��7Dl.lrict ol Coait Range.
'"Huiieri  i, ?.*  ���'  Chirlee  A.   Vaughan  ol
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Bernhardt paid any attention to
inc. She lookod at me several
times in most searching fashion,
then suddenly eame over. She
held out her hand, and, >.f course,
I took It. As I wore silk gloves,
I could feel a little thrill as our
palms met.
"I want to talk to you for a
while," she suddenly siid.
"Naturally,  I  was thoroughly
Haltered, and, naturally, the Others
who were Ignored while lllis ex-
elusive attention was paid to me,
were anything  l.ut   pleased.    I
was iii my highest spirits, and
determined to make the Lest possible impression. Madame Bernhardt took me to a corner and we
sat together. She look my hand
as we settled ourselves and  held
it throughout the fifteen minutes,
"The eonversvaioji was almost
altogether personal.   She showed
lhe greatest interest in me. asked
about my affairs, and had me
chattering at a great rate. Then,
when I wished to talk to her
about herself, she was most ob*
btiging. At the end of the time
she made a graceful excuse, and
I went out. 1 noticed that she
was in the best of spirits as I
left, which was in contrast to a
bit of weariness she had shown
when I had seen her talking with
others, and, of course, I was
more intensely flattered.
"Then   came   a   most   curious
development    I  had no sooner
left than I felt a peculiar wear!
ness. 1 could not understand
what was the reason. I took a
taxicab and went home, and by
the time I arrived there I had a
headache, 1 had. to lie down for
the rest of the afternoon, and it
was next morning before I again
felt like myself.
"I have lieen told that I have
the same effect on others; lhat
I seem to draw every ounce of
spirit (hey have in them.   There
are women friends of mine who
avoid me because of this feeling.
I have an idea lhat while Madame
Bernhardt was holding my hand
she tunrcd lhe tables on nu* and
drew a supply of energy that
lul|Kil her to get through lhe day.
I wonder how many others, men
and women have had the sime
experience."
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The  Honorable Sir  Frederick 18(i8, and practised medicine a1
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LAND PURCHASE NOTICES
William Borden, K.C.M.G., B.A.,
M.l)., P.C., who, ii is announced
from Ottawa, will shortly leave
for London as Canadian High
Commissioner, succeeding Lord
Strathcona who is retiring, is thi
son of the late Jonathan Borden,
and was born at CornwallU, N. S..
May 14th, 1874.  He was educated
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ticcuiiatloti merchant, Inteml
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!,'*i'-> EatJS *'��������� ih* mmm Illver, Ihence
5 **7lm*S*m**lmW'm. "0"h' ih""�� H0
""���..win,.,    "��� "0 chains aouth to point ol
H Af.rll a    io,1 ,ul"*.n�� I-10 ���<���"��� more or leas
An II s,1'**11   CHARLES A. VAUQIIAN
SIR FREDERICK W.BORDEN
Who will be thc next Canadian Blgtl
Commissioner
at King's College, Windsor, being
graduated BS.B. A. in I8<W. *<������>-
sei|iiently aiu-nding Harvard Medical School, Huston. He was graduated  from  that  Institution  In
Canning, N. S., where he was
also agent for the Halifax Banking
Company. In 1803 he was a meiii-
In-r of the Provincial Board of
Health. He was ap|K-intcd assistant surgeon in the 08th Regiment, and, by promotion, Honorary Surgeon Lieutenant-Colonel
in October of ilu* same year. He
was first returned for Parliament
for King's County, N. S., in llic
general elections, 1874, and was
re-elected at tin* general eleciii.n
in 1878, but was defeated in 1882.
He was again elected for the same
county in 1887 and in 1891. On
i petition the election was declared
void, but he was re-elected.    Sir
Frederick was again returned at
the general elections in I8IHI, I'.KM).
MMM ar.d 1IHI8. He was therefore
been elected ten limes and defeated
oi.ee. He was sworn in as Privy
Councillor and appointed Minister
of Militia in the I-auricr administration on July 13th, 1800. Sir
Frederick was in charge of tin-
Militia Department when the Canadian contingents were not to
South Arfica.   Subsequently he
reorganized the department) appointed B Militia Council, rstab-
ished a great military camp, and
enlarged   and   strengthened   the
force and iis equipment all over
Canada. He has plans for a naval
reserve and has made the commencement of B Canadian Xavy.
sir Frederick was re-elected by
acclamation on appointment lo
Office  in   IHlHi,  and   was  created,
.y King Edward, on ths occasion
of his Majesty's coronation in
II102, a Knight Commander of
the distinguished order of St.
Michael and St. George. His
favorite  recreations  are  walking,
fishing and music.
Sir Frederick has been tuice
married, his first wife being Julia
Mi,   daughter  of   J.   H.   Clarke,
Skaasa Und I >uuict Hi.uict ol Coaal Ham:- 6
Taka notlc* that Kldon s. Ualwllar ol Harllo.
Out.' occupation doctor, Inlands to apply lor
parmlaaloD to purchaaa lha (ollowing doacribod
landa:
Cominanclni at a poal plantad at the aoutb-
��*aot cornar of Lol l'.'-N thanca aast 30 chaina
mora or laaa, lhanc* aouth 46 chaina mor* or loaa.
thanca weal 30 chaina mora or laas, lhanoe north
46 chains mora or laaa to poinl ol commencement
containing 140 acr** mora or laaa.
Datad Marcb 31, 1911 Kl.l ��>N B. I 'I IV. 11.1:11
Pub. April IB' John Campbell. Agant
Skeana Und Dislrict���District ol Caasiar
Taka notlc* that 1, Swan  llall.-n ol Slawart,
 '...".,_ M J Ta .S.   C.,  occupation   cariien.er,  inlend   lo   apply
arriving Monday attemoon. &>. p��miaaio��ru> purcba*. th* stowing -i-acm-ed
For Stewart City on arrival l"?h���.Xo.^...^
and Flat rtvara, thanca SO chains aouth, thence SO
chaina aaat, thenca. SO chain, north, thenc* SO
chain, waat.
Datad April 18, 1911. SWAN IIAI.LKN
l-ub. May IS. Francia S. I'raston, Agent
leaves
| Prince Rupert every Sunday
at 9 a.m. for Vancouver,
from   Vancouver  Friday
night.
Northbound, leaves Vancouver Wednesdays at 9 p.m.
Steerage Fare      -      $5.00
The "Camosun" Is the only tteame
J. H. Rogers, Ticket Agent.
Skaana Und Dislrict--District ot Quoon ChatlotU
Islands
Taka notice lhat Onor-p. W. Arnoll ol 1'rinco
Kupert, II. C-. occupaUon real oauto brokor,
intends to apply tot pormlsaion to purchaso lho
lollowlng deacribed lands:
Commencing at a post planleJ about seven
on the run having water-tight bulk-  P"" *��d ����*i>��i; ""������, "�������� ���"*,'��� T\m**?, ",u"'
l,..*,l. a. .1  ,l���,.l,l���   .    ,,   .,    .2... ,ro*** ���*��� mouth ol Stan y   Creek. Naden Harbor.
lU'llllB and double  bottom, thus en     uianca wart SO chaina, ihenc south SO chain.,
sunns snfi'ly nf lil-utsi'ngi.rs in Case   thanca east SO chains, thenca north 80 chains.
of conislon or wreck. i?',**-.M-"'!;17* ���*"���       ��KO' fi A"N�����"
Pub. April 22. Numa Demera, Agont
Skaana Und District���District ol Caaaiar
Taka notlaa lhat I. Alice M. Knouae ol I'rinc*
I Hupert, II. C, occupation marrle.1 woman, Intend
I to apply lor permiaalon lo purchase Ihe following
daacribed landa:
'     Commencing at a post planled about two miles
. aouth and two milaa weet ol .he lorks ot While
! and Flat rivers, thenc* norlh Ml chains, Ihence
i eaat B0 chaina, thanca aouth SO chaina, thence
*-**l SO chains.
D.led April 20, llll. ALICE M. KNOUSE
I'ub. May 11. Frsncis S. I'l-ealon, Aganl
Slwana Und Diatrict���DUtrlct of Coast Uanga 6
Taka notlc* that I. Clara May Utile ol I'rince
Itupert, II. C, occupation spinster, Inund to
apply for pTmiasion to purchase the following
daatiltiad lands:
Commeneing at a post planted at tha north
sreat corner oflaot 1 T.l... Ilange 6, Coast District
thence aaat 40 cbaina, thence nortb 25 chains
thanca waat 31 chain thence norlh 20 chains
thenca weat 10 chaina, thence south 46 chaina to
point of eommenoetnenl, containing 112 acme
more or leaa.
Dal-*J April 4, llll. CLARA MAY LITTLE
Pub. April IS
Skeena Und I listrlct -District ol Caaslar
Taka notlc* that  I,  Isaac O'Urlen  Korbra ol I
Prince Itupert, 11. C, occupation carpenter. Intend
In apply for permla.lon to purchaaa the following |
d-*.cTli**d landa:
Commanclng at a poat planted about flv mllea* .
aouth and on* mil-* weal ot lha (orka ot IheWhit*
aud  Flat rlvara, thanca north 80 chains, thence
weat SO ehaina,  thenca south 80 chains,  thence
eaat 80 chains.
Dated AprU IS, llll. ISAAC O'BRIEN FORDES
I'ub. May 13. Francis S. Preaton. Agent
Skeena Und Diatrict���Diatrict of Coast Range 6
Take noUce that I. Uell Hall Kenney ot Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, occupation married woman,
inland to apply lor permlasion to purcbaae the
following deeeriDed lands:
Commeneing at a post planted at north east
oorner of T. L Ut 38528, thence running west 40
chains,  thenc*  north   80  chains,  thenco east   40
chains, Ilii-iira. eouth SO chains to place of com*
mencement   containing  320  acraa  mora  or   leaa.
poat la on aouth eaat corner of land applied
msrked tetlera S. K.. about one mile wrat of
Ukf-lae, aouth aide ol Skeena river District
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Skeena Und Ili-tnrt    Di-trirt of Cout
Take notlc* that William McTavlah of Vancouvar, 11- C. occupation phyalclan. Intenda to apply I mm
for permiaaion to purchaae the following dencrbed | H
landa: ^
Commencini at a poat planted at the aouthwca I -jK
corner. 40 chaina north and 40 chaina eaat of the j mm*
northeaat corner of Lot  1110. llarvey'a Survey, |
Coaat Diatrict, lUnge (i, thence 60 chaina eaat
thance 60 chaina north, lhrnc�� 60 chaina wnt,
thenca 60 chaina aouth to poat ot commencement
rontainlnK HftO acrm mora or leaa.
Dated May 2, 1911.     WILLIAM A. McTAVlSH
Pub. May 6. Fred W. Ilohlcr, Anent
Skaana Und DUtrict���Diatrict o( Cout Rang* o
Take notic�� that Henry  Macartney of Prtnco
Hupert, H. C-, occupation miner, Intonda to apply
for permiaaion to purchaae the following doacribod
Commencing it -a poat planled on the aouth
��� i l<> uf Eichumaika River, about 2 1-2 mllea from
Ita confluence with tho Skeena RIvpt and about
1-2 mllea weat from Ktchumaika raphla, thence HO
ehalna north, thenca 40 chaina eut, thence B0
chaina aouth. thence 40 chaina weat to point o
commencement, containing 320 acrea moro or
\mtu Poat marked 'MM. S.W. cor."
Dated April 22, 1911. IIKNRY MACARTNEY
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BRITAIN UNITED AGAINST HER FOES
Three days ago, the British despatches told of riois in the British
House of Commons. Fists were shaken by honorable gentlemen in
the faees of other honorable gentlemen. For the first time in history
a British Prime Minister was howled down by an Opposition for
ilu- first time in his career, the Speaker of the House had occasion to
use his prerogative to adjourn ilu- House on his own responsibility,
to avoid disorders.
Yesterday the despatches told of another state of affairs. They
told of a House that was of one mind. They told of a Premier reading
from a manuscript a speech of grave import, and being followed by
the Leader of the Opposition who endorsed all the Premier said. There
was not a dissentient voice in the House. It was a thrilling anticlimax to the scenes of the previous days.
The explanation is simple. The question which rent the House
to a point where indignities were plentiful, was a domestic one. The
question of the shearing of the power of the House of Lords, deeply
affecting the future of the British people, was confined to thc British
P'.-ople.   Marked differences were permissible.
The question of resenting German aggression in Morocco is different. It may be that the ordinary' British subject is less affected
by final result of German intrusion in Morocco than in the passage
of the Peers, Veto Bill in its original form; it may be that the lesser
feelings are swallowed up in the revival of old hates; the fact thai
Britain is ready to sink all differences in the face of German aggression is very significant.
Outsiders are apt to misjudge the temper of the British people,
to fear lest their free opinions, their domestic strife and lack of fl.ig-
waving mania, betokens a loose drawn tie of loyalty.
Such need reminding that the loose felt ties are strongest, thai
freedom of speech breeds, patriotism not disloyalty, notwithstanding
that liberty sometimes is interpreted as license.
The spectacle of British Parliament changed in the twinkling
of an eye from a scene of domestic strife to a scene of unity in defence
of Britain's honor, will not be lost on thc world at large.
CANADA'S GREAT WHEAT CROP
Last year out of the total three and a half billions of wheat pro
duced in ihe world Canada grew practically one hundred and fifty
million bushels. The exact figures were 149,990,000 bushels. Slit
was seventh on the list of wheat producing countries of the world,
the order of precedence being: Russia, United States.British India
France, Hungary, Italy and Canada.
This year if the crop estimates are realised, Canada will spring
to fourth place in the list of wheat producing countries, coming in
behind Russia, l'nited States antl India.
In view of the great rapidity of the increase of the wheat crop
in Canada, it is obvious that our statesmen should be looking out
for entrance to the world's markets. To continue to pour our increasing crop into the British market, will break the price of wheat. This
while a good thing for the British wheat consumers would not be
a good thing for the Canadian wheat growers.
Yet, the gentleman who aspires to become the next Premier of
Canada, Mr. R. L. Borden, has just finished a tour of the wheat
growing provinces telling lhe wheat raisers that he intends if returned
to power to make it impossible for the wheat growers to sell their
crop in the nearest contiguous market.   And he hopes to be supjiorled
by    the   dwellers   on
Free Press remarks
the    prairies.       This,    as    the    Manitoba
may be magnificent, but it is not politics.
NOTES DUE
The British papers announce the forthcoming marriage of Lord
Kitchener to a Miss Hearsay. Now watch the papers for the succession of comic editors who will each sagely remark in turn that"ii
is only a matter of Hearsay.
Sonic of the papers take the trouble to
to-be is younger than her distinguished fianci.
Kitchener is going on for sixty.
remark that the bride-
Let us hope so.    Lord
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LAND  PURCHASE NOTICE
Stikine Land Diatrict���Diatrict of Caaalar
Take notice that Christian A. Tervo of Stikine,
H C, ooc-'uatiun cuatuuui otllcer, Intenda to anpl>
(or iwrmlasion to purchaso the following described
land:
Commencing at a poat planted about thrae-
-luartera of a mile north eaat frutn Glacier Kitlle
and on tlie eaal bank o< Sllklno Hlver and on the
uth aide of tbo mouth of a little creek, thence
aaat 40 chain*, tbence north 40 chaina, tbence
west 40 chaina, thenco aouth 40 chaina to puint
of commencement und containing ItiO ttcroa mure
or lean.
Datod Feb. 10, It'll.     CHRISTIAN A. TERVO
Pub April 7.
Skeena Land Diatrict���DUtrlct of Coaat Kange 6
Take notice tbat 1, Lauchtan John Sbanahan of
Victoria, H. C. occupation lonelier, intend to
apply (or pi-nni--.sii.il to purchaso tbe following
deacribed landa:
Commencing at a poat planted CR cbaina aouth
from the aoutncaat curner of i.ot UOtiO, thence 4U
chaina bouOi, thence 40 chaina weat, thenco -10
chains nortb, thenco -10 cbaina oaat to point of
commencement, containing 100 acrea more or laaa.
LAUCHLAN JOHN S11ANAUAN
Datod April 17,1911.
Pub. May 6.
Skoena Land DUtrict���Diatrict of Caaalar
Take notice tbat I, Jobn L. Mitchell of Prince
Rupert, H. l\, occupation bookkeeper, Intend tu
apply for permiaalon to purcbaae tbo  following
deecribed lands:
Commencing at a poat planted about (6) five
milea aouth and (1) one mile weat of the forka of
the White and Flat rivera. thence north 80 chaina
tbence eaat 80 chaina, thence aoutb 80 chaina,
thence weat 80 chaina.
Dated April 18, 1911.        JOHN L. MITCHELL
I'ub. May 13 Francis S. Praaton, Agent
Skeena Lund District-District of Coast Range *r��
Coaat District
Take DOtlot that Wm. Leslie of Sapperton, B.C.
occupation Government Uunrd, intenda to apply
for permisaiun to purchase tho following described    I.H.'1-a.
Comnu-nrinjr nt a post planted 40 chains west
and ISO chains aouth uf thc aouthwest corner of lot
No 17.13. ranRttBcoastdistrict.miirkod Wm.Leslie,
N.W. comer, thence south 40 chains, thence east
BO chains, thence north 40 chains, thence west 80
chains tu poat of commencement, containing 320
ncre, more or lesa.
WM. LESLIE
T. D. Laird, Agent
Datld March 20th. 1911
Pub. April 29th. 1911
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Caaalar
Take notioe that I, Alfred Borryman Williama
of Prince  Rupert,  11.  C, occupation merchant
Intend to apply lor permiaalon to purchaao the
following deecrib-ed landa:
Commencing at a post planted about (2) two
milaa aouth of the (orka of the White and Flat
rivera, tbence 80 cbaina aouth, thence 80 cbaina
weat, thence 80 chaina nortb, tbence 80 cbaina
eaat.
ALFRED BERRYMAN WILLIAMS
Datod April 18,1911. FrancU S. Preaton, Agent
Pub. May 13.
Skeena Und District���District of Caaslar
Taka notioa that I, John Robert Pacey of Princa
Rupert, It. C, occupation cook, Intend to apply
for pormaalon to purchase tbe following deacribed
landa:
Commencing at a post planted (2) two miloa
aouth and 2) two mllea woat of the forka of the
Whlta and Flat rivers, thence aouth 80 chaina
thenca eaat 80 chains, thence north 80 chaina,
thenco weat 80 cha na.
Dated Apr I 20, 1911    JOHN ROBERT PACEY
Pub. Mai- 13. Franc a S. Preston. Agon
LAND PURCHASE N0T1 CE
Skeena Land District��� District ol Cosst llanio 6
Take notce that I, Martha Leek, ol I unci.
Hupert, B. C., occupat on niarr **d woman lutcn.l
to apply lor permission to purchaso the tolluwlng
described lands:
Commencing at a poat planted shout three and
ono-half mllea distant In a southwesterly direction
from a blind slough Irom Observatory Inlet whera
the same touches the Ind an Ivomtvo, tbence eaat
80 chains, thence aouth Ml cha ns, thenoe w-osl 8
chains, thenco north 80 cha ns to point ot commencement, nulla n ng 640 acros mora or lose.
Dated Apr I 14. It'll. MAIITIIA 1.1.i:K
Pub. Mav 13.
Skeena Land District���Dislrict ol Coaat llnngo
Take notica that Mary lleatou UUderaleeve ot
Victoria, ll. C, occupation housckeotier. intends
to apply tor permission to purchaso the lollowlng
doscribod lands:
Commencing at a poat planted at lho southwest
corner ol Lot '.''.'ii. lUnge b, Coast Distrlct.thence
80 chains south thenca 40 chains oast, thenca 80
chains nortb, tbenee 40 chains weat to point ol
> ommoncement, containing '1*10 acros more or leas.
MARY 11EATON OUaDIBSLaEVB
Dated April 17,1911.
rub. May 6.
Skoena land District���Dislrict ol Coast
Take nolico lhat FTed W. Uohler ot Kitsumkalum, occupation larnwr, Intends to apply  tor
parmia-aon to  purchaao  the  following  doscribod
lands*.
Commencing at a posl plantod at tho northeast corner ol A. McLood's pre-emption, thonoe
20 ctiains south, thanca 10 cbains east, thonou 20
chains norlh, thenoe 10 chains wost lo poat ot
commencement cuntaining 20 acros mom or laaa.
Dated April 10, 1911. KK1KDIUCU W. II. llll.l:ll
Pub. April 22. Fred Hampton, Agont
Skeena Land District���District ol Caaaiar
Take notice that I, Sydney Fitzgerald ol Stewart,
B. ('.. occupation cook, intend to apply lor permiasion to purchaao the following described landa
Commencing at a poat planted about llvo mile
south and one mllo of the forks of While
and Flat riven, thenca aoulh 80 chaina, thenco
west 80 chaina, thence north 80 chains, ihenco
oaat 80 chains.
Dated April 18, 1911. SYDNEY FITZUERALD
Pub. May IS. Francia S. Proston, Agent j
Skeena Land District���District of Coasl Uanga
Take notico that I, J. Harold McKean ol Princ j
Kupert, B. C, occupat on blacksm tb. Intend to
apply for perm salon to purchase the following
deacr bed lands:
Commeneing at a post plantod about throe and
one-hall miles d atant in a aoutb westerly dlrocllon ,
from a blind slough from Observatory Inlet whero
tha aame touehea tbe Ind an lleaerve, tbenc* west
80 cbaina. thenca aouth 80 cha ns, thence eaat 80
chains, thence north 80 cha na to po nt ol com. i
mencement, containing 640 acres more or leas.
Datod Apr 114, 1911.       J. IIAUOI.I.  McKKAN j
Skoana Land District���Diatrict of Cout Uanga 6
Tako nolice (hat I, Lionel Kingsley of Vancouver,   H.  !'., occupation   miner,  intund   lo apply
for pot-mission to purchase tho following described
Commencing at a post planted near tho aouthweat corner of Lol 992, Rango b, Coast Diatrict
thence wust 40 chaina, thenco aouth 60 chaina,
thenca oast 40 chains, thenoe north 60 chaina lo
Eolnt of commencement,
lated March 24, 1911.        LIONEL K1NOSLKY
Pub. AprU 22.
Stikine Land I >i��t rict���Dsinct ol Caaslar
Tako notice lhat Sydney Hodgkinaon of Telegraph Creek, U. C, occupation clerk, Inlands to
app.y  for  permission  to  purchaae tho  [ollowing
deacrihed land:
Commencing at a peat planted about a quarter
mile north east from Glacier lllllle and on lhe east
bank of Stlklno River, tbence east 20 chains
thence north 40 chains, thance west 20 chains,
thence south 40 chains to point ol commencement
and containing 80 acres more or leas.
Daled Feb. II, 1911.
SYDNEY IIODOKINSON
Pub. April CA. Tervo, Agent
Skeena Land District���District of Caaslar
Tako notice that  1,  Mary Carln ol Stawert,
B. C, occupation married women, Intend to anplji
Skeana Und DUtrlct���Dlitrict ol Coust R*MS>
Tako notice thut Mta. L. C. I'uinum ol st
Paul, Mi-miaou, occupation niarrli*d �����"""."
mu.ii.l-, to apply lor parmiaaion to purcliuso mo
following described lands: , i���.���at
Commencing ut i post pluntod ut tlio ���"���.J"*���!*
comer ol Lot No. 1733 marked Mrs. Imp. I HJMJJ
northeast corner, Ibence wost 40 chums, iwas
south 80 chaina thonoe oast 40 cliiuix. ������""*"
mirth 80 chaina to post ol commencement, con
Lining 320 ucroa moro or loss.  aiavi
Dutod March 20 1911.      MRS. la 0i ' 0 11JW
Pub. April 15. Ooo. It. rutiliini  Ag��n
Skoona Und DUtrlct���DUtrlct ol CmJW      .
Take notice that I, Urenton .union ��'*��""' ��
Prince Rupert, U. 0, occupation OonUlrtMi}"""?
to apply lor permission to purcliu.ii Hi" luuuwiim
deacrlbod landa: ,    ,   .��� ,.���_
Coininoaclng at u post plunl,*.l oIkiu. .������> <���>"��
mil., south and (2) Iwo mil. - ����������. �� ���'" ."','*,,
ol White and Flat riven, tlionw N chums sou. i
thenco 80 chaina wast, thenco 60 chuins norm,
thunce 80 chaina aast. .   ,.. ,,,���,,,*..
UKENTON .URIHIN HCWR!
Daled April 20,1911. FrancU S. I'twion. Agun
Pub. May 19.
Skoena Land Mlatrlct���District ol yum-n Charlotte
Taka notioe that Geo. U. Luua ul 1'ri"***' j&p-tt
B. C, occupaUun barbor, intends lo uiil'U iur
uur-nlaalan  tu  purchaae  tbo  following  descrm*-"
Commencing at a poat plantad u'.''" ���"'"""
miles west and one mil., south Irum m�� n'"u',,
ol Stanly Creek, Naden llarlwr, thene* south ou
chuins, thonce wost 40 chains, I hence nu.in ou
chains, lhanco east 40 cbaina.  ,. v
Datod March 17. 1911.. C.hU. II. LAW*
Pub. April 22. Nuniu Dinners. Agenl
Skeena Und DUtrlct���DUtrict ol Coast IU��I�� ���
Taka notice that Alaaander Mcintosh ol Jan
couver. B 0*. occupation real ��"���"' *,��,
Intends to apply lor permission lo purchase in*
lollowlng deacribed lands: .  . lh
Commencing at a poat planted 10 chains south
Irom the southwest corner ol Lol U-J*'. Ihenco oo
chains south, Ibence 40 chains aesl. thence ���>"
chains north, Ihenco 40 chains run to point ���
commencement conUining 320 ucroa more or loss.
Dated AprU 17. 1911. __ ��� ,.._,.,.���
ALEXANDER MclNTOSH
Pub. May 6
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUlrlcl ot Coasl BMJ��
Take notion that Annie Musuulloni ol Wag
Ru|K*rt, B. C, occupaUon married woman, intends
to apply for permUalon lo purchase the lollowing
doscrilied lands*. .
Commencng at a poat planted al IM at in*
southwost corner, 60 cbaina east Irom N. ������ JOB"
of Ut 1116, Harvey's Survey, Cout District,
Range 6, thonce eut 20 chains, thence nortii 40
chains, tbence weal 40 chains, thene* south -o
chains, thence eul 20 chains, thence ���>">>���>.'-"
;iiums to point ol oontn*enc.iiicnl, containing no
acres more or laaa. .���,.���.. as-naaai. Ml
Dated May 8, 1911. ANNIE MlbsALLbM
l-ub. May 13.
Skeena Und DUtrict���District ol Caasiar
Taka   nollco   lhat   I.   Thomu   MeMokln   ol
Prlnoe Rupart, U. C. occupauon clerk, Intend to
apply  lor permlulon lo purchase lha lollowlm
doocribed lands: ,   .    , _-__
Commencing at a post plsnlrd about two mlK"
south ot Uie forka of the HUM and Hut riv.t*.
ibunce north 80 chains, thence eul 80 chslns,
ihenco aoulh 80 chaina, ibenc- ""���'.8.��.c���'?f*..,a,
Dated April 18. 1911. THOMAS Mc.ML1.KlN
Pub. Mav 13. FrancU S. Praslon. Agent
Skeena Und DUtrict -l.Ulrlct ol Casslar
Take notice that I. Charl��� L. Delgrov* ol Stewart U. Oa occupallon pros|.i*clor. intend lo s|iply
lor permUsion lo purchase ilia loUowing ducrtbed
Commencini at a poat planted about ait milaa
aoutb and on* mllo wut ol the lorks ol lb* �� nil*
and Flal riven, lhanca aoulh 80 chuins. th*nc*
out 80 chaina, thonce north ��0 chains, thenc* wut
UaietTAprU 20. 1911.     CHARLES DELGROVE
Pub. May 13. FrsncU S. I'raston. Agent
Skeena Und DJalrict- DUlrict ol Ctail
Tako  nolice thai  iiumi* iiabmgtun ol  1 line*
Rupert, B. C, occupallon master mariner. InloniU
to apply lor permUalon  lo lease  lhe lollowlng
dtacribod landa: .   ,
, Commonclng al a poet planted about 100 chain,
soulh ul tho Indian Hoevrvu on tbo eaal side ol
! Goose Bay on the eut aide nl the I'enlnsula Ihence
nortb 100 chains along sboro to ths H-wcrvo line,
llionco wc��t 60 chains moro or lou to Oooso Ita**,
thonco   100 chaini  along shore,  thonce out  <i0
' cbains more or lou lo post, containing 640 acru
DSed��M ���h S. 1911. HUME UAUINGTON
Pub. AprU lb.
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Caasiar
Tako   nolice  lhal   1,  Chariu   M.   Knouaa  o
Prince Ruperl, ll. C, occupation farmer. Inland
to ni [l> for permlulon lo purcbau lhe lollowing
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about (11 thrac
miles suuth and .21 two miles weal ol lhe forka el
White river and Flal river. Ihence aoulh 80 cbaina,
thenca w-ut 80 chains, tbence nortb 80 cbaina,
thence out 80 chains.
Daled April 20, 1911.     CHARLES M. KNOUSE
i'ub. May 13. IrancU S. Praslon. Agent
Skeena Und DUtrict���DUlrict ol.Cout Range b I
Tako notce that 1. John Ivan Pelenot Princa j
Rupert, U. C, occupat on clerk. Intend lo apply
W permiialon lo purchaae the futlowitig doacribod
anda:
Commencing at a po.1 plantod about threa aa
one-half mllo. dUtant n a aouth wulerly d red on
Imm a bUnd slough [rom Observatory Inlet whore j
lhe ume  touchu  the   Indian   Heeerva,   thence <
wust 80 chains, thenca nortb 80 chaina, thence
eul 60 chains, thenco south 80 chaina lo poinl o
commencement, containing 640 acres more or lou .
Duled April 14,1911. Ji.HN IVAN PETERS
Pub. May 13.
Skoena Und DUlricl���Dislrict ot (aaaiar
Taka  nolice  lhat   1.   John   Unwin  ol   Prince
Hupert B. C, occupation laborer. Intend to apply
lor permUalon to purchaM tba [ollowing doacribed
lands:
Commencing at a post planted about (21 two
ii.ih-. south of Ibe forks ol tbe Wblte and Flat
rlvsre, thence soulh 80 chains, thenca east 80
chains, thence north 80 chains, thenoe west 80
chuins.
Dated April 18, 1911. JOHN UNWIN
Pub. May 13. FrancU S. I'reaton. Agent
Skeena Unit DUtrict-DUtrict of Ciut
Take  nolice lhat  I,  WUtlam John Corley  ot
Princu Huport, 11. ('., occupallon rancher, Inlend
to apply (or i-ortnlsslon lo purchaso tba toll.iwing
duciilied Unds:
Commencing at a post planted at lhe aoul iwut
comer of Lot 306!!. Range 6, Cout DUtriet, Ihence
aouth 20 chains, thonoe aut 40 chains, ihenee
north 20 chains, tlience wut 40 chaina lo point
ol commencement, con.idning 60 ucrus, mora or
Dated April 8,1911.
I'ub. April 29.
WILLIAM JOHN CORLEY
Us  >'., i'i'i'ii|im mil   inuirn'ii   wuniitii,  iiiit-n.i   vu a)'Piy  . iiiKinnm
for permiaalon to purchaae the following deacribed | Dated April 18, 1911.
land:      m^^^^^^mm^
Commencing at a poat planted two (2) milea
aouth and (2) two mllea weat of the forka of the
White and Flat rivera, thence 80 chains north,
thence 80 cbains weat, thenco 80 chaina aouthJ
thenco 80 chains east.
Dated April 20, 1911. MARY CAR1N
Pub, May 13. FrancU S. Preaton, Agent
Skeena Land District���District of Casalar
Take notice that 1, Alfred Kyle of Prince Rupert,   B.   C,   occupation   electrician.   Intond   to
apply for permission to purchaae the following
deacribed landa:
Commencing at * post planted about (3) three
mllea aoutb of the forks of tbe Wlillo and Flat
rivers, thence 80 chaina aouth, thence 80 obalni*
east, thenoe 80 chaina north, thenca 8f haltm
weat.
Dated April 18, 1911. ALFRED KYTE
Pub. May 13. FrancU S. Preston, Agent
Skeena Land District���District of Coast Rango B
Take notice that Stanley (in-en of Prince
Rupert, B. ('., occupallon miner, intends to apply
for permission to purchase tho following deacribed
land:
Commencing at a pott planted -10 chains south
and 40 chains west pl tne northwest corner of
Lot 1788, Lakelse Valley, District of Coast Rango
6, thenco wost 40 chains, thenco south 80 cbains,
thenco east 40 chains, tlience north 80 chains to
point of commencomont.
Staked June 80th, 1011 STANLEY GREEN
Pub. July 16. Locator
Skeona Land District���District of Casslar
Tako   notion   that   I,   Thomas   Macguvorn   of
Stewart, 1). C, occupation mlner.lntend to apply
(or permiaalon to purchase the following doacribed
landa:
Commencing at a post planted on tho right
bank of the Naaa river about four mllos above the
forks of tho Naas rlvor, thonoe south 80 chains,
thenoe wtwt UQ chains, thenoe north 80 chains,
thenco (nut KO chaina to point of commencement,
containing 640 acrea moro or lesa.
hlM ..     . ..    ��� THOMAS MACQOVERN
KftVJrft"'       8WMy Fr,w,k WrlBhl'ARt
Skeena Und DUtrlct    District of CaaaUr
Taka nollco ihat  WUliam  Frederick tVueron
of  Prince  Rupert,   B.  C,  occupation  car; on tar,
nteoda lo apply for parmiaaion to purchate the
following deecribed landa:
Commencing at a poat plantad about threa
mllea aouth of the forka of tba Whlta and Flal
rivera, thence aoulh 80 chaina, thenca wiit 80
chains, thence north 80 cbaina, thenca (.. <t 80
chaina.
WILLIAM FREDERICK CAMERON
Francia S. Preaton, Agent
Pub. May 13.
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Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Coaat Range 6
Take notice thai (irace McTavUh, of Vancouver,
B. C, occupation married woman, Intonda lo apply
for permiaalon to purcbaae tbe following deacribed
landa:
Commencing at a post planted at the aouthweat
corner 100 chaina east and 20 chaina north of
the northeast corner of Lot 1116, Harvey'a Survey
Coaat DUtrict, Range 6, thence 40 chaina eaat
theace 80 chaina north, thonco 40 chaina west,
tbence 80 chaina south to poat of commencement
containing 320 acros more or lesa.
Dated May 2, 1911. URACE McTAVlSH
Pub, Mav G. Fred W. Bobler, Agent
Skoena Land DUtrlct���DUtrict of Casslar
Take notice that 1, Jamea Dunlop of Prince
Rupert,   B.   C,  occupation  teamater,  intend   to
apply   for  permUsion  to  purchaae  the  following
deacrlbod lands:
Commencing at a pott planted about two mllea
aouth of tho forka of the White and Flat riven,
thence north 80 chaina, thence west 80 chaina,
thence south 80 chains, thenco eaat 80 chaina.
Dated April 18, 1911. JAMES DUNLOP
Pub. May 18. FrancU S. Preaton. Agent
Skeena Land District���District of Coast
Take notice that I,  William  Melville Corley
of   Toronto,   Ontario,   occupation   clerk.   Intend
lo "pply for permission to purchaae the following
described lands;
Commencing at a poat planted at lne northwest
corner of Lol :��i.:. Rang 6, Coaat District, thence
cast 60 chains, thence north 40 chains, thence went
." chains to Hell's Oate slough, thenca along
alough suulhorly to point of commencement, containing 160 ncrea mom ot- leaa,
Dated April U, 1911.
WILLIAM    MELVILLE CORLEY
Pub. April 29.
Skoona 1-and District���DUtrlct of Coast Range I
Tako notice that I, Charles A. Vaughan of
Prince Rupert, B. <'., occupation merchant, Intend
to apply for permiaalon to purchase the following
deacribed lunda:
Commonclng at a post planted on the aouth
bank of Exchumalke Klver and about four mllea
Irons Ita confluence with the Skoena Klver, thenca
K0 chaina east, thence 80 cbaina north, thence M0
i chaina weat, thenco 80 chaina south to point of
1 enmmencament. containing 640 acrea more or laaa
R9n.&W- mi    CHARLES A. VAUQHAN
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,..H District���DUtrlct ol Coaat Uanga6
I" 'Heo that Mra. t C. Putnam ol St
kVm. �����.��, occupation married woman
L. ,i apply tor parmiaaion to purohuao tbe
""' SSfng'il. pu��i.I��nt��d at the aouthweat
'"",' ii No 1733 e4ftal Mra. L. C Putnam's
"y, ciirni. tbonca wost 40 chans, thence
BS la i. thonco oast 40 chain,, thence
1 mi .-Imliis to post ol commencement, con
WKMSS" TOa i�� ���*>���PUTNAM
Al'rillit- "8��- "��� PUU*m Aw��"
oi    .. I and Dislrict���District ol Caaslar
Kttaf thst I. BMBtOB Jordon Moore ol
2\lZZ B70.1 occupation contractor. Inlend
*.ly (i.r permlsaton to purchaae tbe lollowlng
���Hidm'st i P* vi*"** ���,bou.t <?' t.hr
���. iJth nnd ��! two bU" *""-* ��' r* ,url*!
, IiiKlat rivers, thonco 80 chain, aouth
i"tu cl'alns west, thenco 80 chain, north,
^i, chains ,astENToN ,'0RD0N M00RE
J April 20,11)11* FrancU S. Prealon, Agont
Mm 18.
L Uad .1/Ulrlct-Dlstrlct ol Queen Charlotte
Island,
, antloe that tioo. II. Lau�� ol Princa Huport,
m   oHUMtlOS barber, Inlend. to -apply  lor
��������,, a purchase  tho  lollowlng  described
Li-melnl at a post planted about seven
"��� iii.i "no mSe with Irom the mouth
iiSv Creek, Nsdon Harbor, tbence aouth 80
* ihence west 40 chains, thonce north 80
,; ,IWiii*i* eaal 40 chaina.
A March 17. 1911. GEO. IL LAUX
AwU M. Nun-�� -J��a">r"- A**e*'1
�� Unil District-DUtrict ol Coast Range -
k, noiici lhal Aleaander Mcintosh ol Van
,, 11 C, occupation real estate broker
di to apply lor permiaalon to purchase the
linn deacrilwd lands:
SSmolni at a port P'��|"*J,4lSh"t'hn���B ""ho
the suutliwett corner ol Lot 1)36, thenco 80
. south, ihenco 40 chaina weat, thence 80
i nortii, thenco 40 chains eaat lo point ol
wncetiicnl containing MiO acres more or lose.
d April IT, '���JJ[|1.XAt.DKR MclNTOSH
MayC
r., Und District���DUtrlct ol Coaat Range
ike nolico that Annie Muaaallem ot  Prince
irt II. Ca, occupation married woman, intenda
ipl'y lor permission to purchase the lollowlng
itied lands: , . ..
imiin-iicng at a post planted at a post at the
xui corner, Ml chains east Irom N. L. corner
ol lllii, Harvey's Survey, Coaat DUtrict,
., b thencu east 20 cbaina, thenco nortb 40
I, thence wost 40 chains, thence south 20
is, Ihence east 20 cbaina, thence aoutb 20
j'u. point of commencement, containing 120
."lly V, UU. ANNIE MUSSALLEM
May 13.
Skeene Land DUlrict���DUtrlct ol Caaslar
*����� notice  tbat   1.  Tbomaa   McMeektn   el
�� Kupert, 11. C, occupation clerk, intend lo
- fur permUsion lo purchase the lollowing
IM lsnda:
niniencing at a poat planted about two mllea
i ol the lorka of the Wbita and Flal rivers,
-����� north mi chains, tbence eaat 80 chains,
x soulh mi chaina, tbence west 80 chaina.
d Apnl 13, IHU. THOMAS McMEEKIN
Mai 13. FrancU S. Preaton. Agenl
:.,.:.. Und DUtrlct��� DUtrlct ot Caaslar
ke notice that I, Charlea L. Delgrove ol Slew-
1. C, occupation proapeclor, Inlend lo apply
ent>L��iou lo purchaaa lha lollowing described
mmenclng si a poat planted aboul all mllea
i sad one mile waat ol the lorks ot the White
list rivers, thence south 80 ehalna, thence
111 chains, thence nonh 80 chains, thanca weat
lAprlU,UU. CHARLES DELGROVE
Mai 13. FrancU S. Praaton. Aganl
skeens Und District���DUtrict ol Coast
ks notice that Hume llabington ol  I'rince
it. II. C, occupallon maatar manner, Intends
pply lor permiaalon  to leaaa  tbe lollowing
.bed lands:
nimcncing at a poat planted about 100 chains
ol Uu- Indian Reserve on the eaat aide ol
l Hay on the oast side ol the i'eninaula Ihence
i 100 chains along shore to the Reaerve line,
. .est 60 chaina mora or leaa to Gooso llay,
a 100 chains along shore, tbence oaat bO
i mora or less to post, containing 640 acrea
I or less.
' March S, lull. HUME UAUINGTON
I April IS.
WORLD FAMED ACTRESS
SAID TO BE A VAMPIRE
Does Sarah Bernhardt Sap the Vitality of Others to
Use in Her Marvellous Interpretations of Life and
Character on the Stage
Is Sarah Bernhardt the great
French actress a human vampire?
Mas she the power to draw strength
and vitality from those she touches? Is this the secret of Madame'a
eternal youth; the reason why at
nearly seventy years of age she
has lhe charm and vigor of a girl?
A New York woman who met
the great actress on her recent
visit to that city thinks she has
penetrated to the heart of Mad-
ame's secret of youth. This is
her own account of her strange
meeting and discovery:
"I Ment into a room where
other persons were, antl it was
some  little  time  liefore  Madame
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SARAH  BERNHARDT
f-i.i.:... Und DUtrict���DUlrict ot Caasiar
I nolice lhat   1,  Cbarloa   M.   Knouse  o
I Kop.it, U. C, occupation farmer, inlend
ilil) lor permiasion lo purchaae the lollowing
.bed lands:
Rimencmg at a poal planted about (3) three
} south snd (21 two mllea weal ot lho lorks ol
' rlvsr and Flat river, Ihence aouth 80 chains,
west 80 chains, thenca north 80 cbaina,
t east 80 chaina.
I April 20, UU.      CHARLES M. KNOUSE
I May 13. FrancU S. Praaton, Agent
ha Und DUtrlct���DUlrict ol Coast Range li
we notce tbat 1, John Ivan Peters of Prlnea
>������. II. C, occupat on clerk. Intend to apply
erniUslon lo purcbaae tbe lollowlng deeer,bcd
tnmencing at a post planted about three an
all mile. dUtant n a aoulh westerly il reel on
J s blind slough (rom Observatory Inlet where
���tame touehea tha Indian Reserve, thence
1 Ml chsins, thenco north 80 chains, thence
leo chana, ihence aoutb 80 cbaina lo point o
���a.... i.t. containing 640 acres morc or loss
JW Apnl 14, mil, JOHN IVAN PETERS
I M.i 13.
Skeena Und DUtrlct���District ol Casalar
He notice that   I,   John   Unwln  ol  I'rlnce
Irt U. c, occupallon laborer. Intend to apply
IrmiHioo to purchase tba lollowing described
Smmencing at a post planted about (2) two
����� south ol tbe torks ol tbe Wblu and Flat
���*, thenca south  80 cbaina,  thence eaat  80
, tbence north 80 ehalna, thenca waat 80
d April 18, 1911. JOHN UNWIN
��� Ma* 13. FrancU S. Praaton, Agenl
skoena Und DUtrict���DUtrlct ol Coaat
iks notice that  |, William John  Corley ol
p Ku|>en, ll. c, occupation rancher, Inund
Jply lor i.rniUaion to purchaae lb, (ollowing
liM lands:
[��������������� i- .* at a post planud at the aouthwest
Pr ol Lot 1008, lUnge 6, Coaal DUtriet, thance
��� ��� chains,  thenca   eaat   40 chains, thenca
to chains, Ihence wost 40 chaina to point
pBi.ie.ieonu.nt, containing SO acres, mora or
I April 8, im.
I Ami 2<j,
WILLIAM JOHN CORLEY
iMiens Und I.Utrlct-Dlstrlct ol Caaslar
TH ""'.�� that  WlllUm  Frederick Cameron
���naco lluperl, U. C, oceupailon carpenter,
"" xo apply lor parmiaaion to purchaae tbe
*in| described landa:
ptiimencin, at a neat plantad about three
P .oulh of the (ork, of lhe Whlu and Flal
P. thence louih go c���,ln, i���,ae, wmt m
*��. Ihenc* north 80 ehalna,  thence aaat 80
iAwn'i��UiJM.PREDERICKCAMEK0N
I   8> l3* FrancU S. I'reaton, Agent
Ins Unit DUtrict-DUtrict ol Coast Range li
! ,��!, w. '"l lll"*�� McTavUh, ol Vancouver,
'-iWOPUlm marrlod woman, intends lo apply
���<"m*alon io purchase the loUowing described
J"fS*5! i" " W* Panted at the aouthwest
Corn     , "lrui mMt ""i 20 eb��ins north ol
seen ���,������,, ���( Lot m6 n,rv,y., Survey
\mxL*& """��" ��������� Immxe* 40 chaina east
'W chain, north, thenoe 40 ehalna weat,
Hani, i';?,"" "oulh to P��*1 ��< commencemen.
; \'::i -ui scree more or loaa.
Ilsaal ' l'''"' GRACE McTAVlSH
"���c* Fred W. Bohler, Agenl
kt'''n,',!;,,':l1)l','rl<!'-D*'t'le' ol Caaslar
El ",. -h,t 1. Jemos Dunlop of It
I   lur ,. 'i0fcuP,Uon  leamster,  Intern
a     '"���   permlaalnn   ...   ....._i    ./_   ,->���_.
m xttttT***to purcl"1
Prince
Und to
tha [ollowing
I i.     m ? .* ,'0." P'��nted about two mllea
Kl  .,, '^.k","'. ���-������������ Wl*"�� ��xi Flat rivers,
>souh��S.kCl!"ln��. l*">n��> weat 80 chains,
M An, l la Si""' lh,nM **"��� s0 ehaln..
IMU   ���   '  U"- JAMES DUNLOP
r   ��� "������ FrancU S. Preston. Agent
last
Corley
it'Till.'"",'! IJ'��trlct���UUtrlct o! Co
foionio   ,i ?". *'  tmttt  Melville  v.	
ifl'ly In . ",?"o. occupation clerk, Inland
F11"'1 li'-ila* l0 P"��MII the lollowlng
E'|l,'ru!''ui-'r "i.''0"1 P|,nt��*1 ��' lb*, northwest
lliiii,,,.',! "**,�� '. Coast Dislrict, thence
Stalls li,' ii'S.��� '""ll* -10 ch,ln". ".onee weal
������.���iiuihwii,1'" "���"��� olouib. th.nca along
fin 160 ae... . ,)0|nt "' eommencement, con-
Li .    ,,-***i*a iimro or Ia-m
T" April ri rajr ""'"**.
\mttttt,,1U,"AM    MELVILLE CORLEY
KkVr,t''li'i,'1,cl7D,lfi''l*,t o' c��"t R����i����
P'tui-eri l ,*1 "��� Charle. A. Vaughan ol
���P''1* In. ilalL I ',ccul����,lon merchant. Intend
t11"''! ItpSi lon t0 Pn'ehase tha following
Pmnunet-ia a,
V"' SwhumSk! R\"1 pl-",.tot! ���"��� 'I" -��>uU'
L1" tniillui,,.     xSVf ���"���d ���,1,out 'our mllea
Plot Zx   ?l Wlth lho Sl���na River, thence
' *"l  ii,,.^cSn"0t"h,,l�� north' U-on�� 8,)
'.'nennani "c" Hi c*">lr" *��uln lo point nf
1*0.1128 ���'"*���   CHARLES A. VAUGHAN
Bernhardt ji-iiil any attention to
mc. She looked at me several
times in most searching fashion,
then suddenly came over. She
held out lu*r hand, and, of course,
I took it. As 1 wore silk gloves,
I could feel a little 'hull as our
palms met.
"I want to talk lo you for a
while," she suddenly siid.
"Naturally,   I   was  thoroughly
flattered, and, naturally, the others
who were ig.iored while this exclusive attention was paid to me,
were anything but pleased. I
was in my highest spirits, and
determined to make the liest possible impression. Madame Bernhardt took me to a corner and we
s,it together. She look my hand
as we settled ourselves and held
it throughout the fifteen minutes,
"The conversvaioii was almost
altogether personal, She showed
the greatest interest in me, asked
about my affairs, and had me
chattering at a great rale. Then,
when I wished to talk to her
about herself, she was most ob-
liliging. At the end of the time
she made a graceful excuse, and
I went out. I noticed that she
was in the best of spirits as I
left, which was in contrast to a
bit of weariness she had shown
when I had seen her talking with
others, and, of course, I was
more intensely Haltered.
"Then   came   a   most   curious
development.    1 had no sooner
left than I felt a peculiar weariness. I amid not understand
what was the reason. I took a
taxicab and went home, and by
the time 1 arrived there I had a
headache, I had.to lie down for
the rest of the afternoon, and it
was next morning liefore I again
felt like myself.
"I have been told that I have
the same effect on others; thai
I seem to draw every ounce of
spirit they have in them. Then-
are women friends of mine who
avoid me because of this feeling.
I have an idea thai while Madame
Bernhardt was holding my hand
she mured the tables on me and
drew a supply of energy that
hil|H*d her to get through the day.
I wonder how many Others, men
ami women have had the same
experience."
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LAND PURCHASE NOTICES
Skaana Land Hislricl I'isirict ol Coaat Hani*-* 6
Taka notica lhat Eldon S. Dataller ol Harlln,
ont.' oeeupatlon doctor, Intends to apply tor
nermlaalon lo purchaa* tha following deacribed
landa:
Commencini al a poat planled al tho eoulb-
wan corner ul Lot 1928, ibence east ;w chaina
mora or laaa, thence south 46 chain, mure or lose,
Ihenee weal 30 chaina mora or lesa, thenca north
46 chaina mora or laM to point ol commencement
containing 140 acrea mora or laaa.
I'alad March 111, 1811 KI.I.UN S. UKTWILCK
I'ub. April it' John Campbell. Agant
Skoena I and District��� District ol Caaslar
Taka notica that 1. Swan  llallen ol Stewart,
The Honorable Sir I-'retleriek
William Borden. K.C.M.G., B.A..
M.I)., I'.c, who, it is announced
from Ottawa, will shortly leave
for London as Canadian Hi^h
Commissioner, succeeding Lord
Strathcona who is retiring, is thi
son of the late Jonathan Borden,
and was l.orn at Cornwallis, N. S.,
Mav Mih. 1874. He was educated
SIR FREDERICK W.BORDEN
Who will be lhc next Cnnudian HiRl.
Commissioner
at King's College, Windsor, being
graduated as.B. A. In 1866, sub-
sequqnUy attending Harvard Medical School, Boston. He wns graduated   from   thst    institution   in
1808, and practised medicine a1
Canning, N. S., where he was
also agent for lhe Halifax Banking
Company. In 1803 he was a member of the I'rovinrial Board ol
Health. He was appointed assistant surgeon in the 68th Regiment, and, by promotion, Honorary Surgeon Lieutenant-Colonel
in ()ctol��cr of the same year. He
was lirsi returned for Parliament
for King's County, N. S.. in the
general elections, 1874, and was
re-elected nt the general election
iu 1878, bin was defeated in 1882.
He was again elected for the same
county in 1887 and in 18111. On
i petition ilu- election was declared
void,  but  he was re-elecled.    Sir
Frederick was again returned st
the general elections iu 180tl. WOO,
1004 snd 1008. He was therefore
been elected ten times and defeated
"i.e. lb* u-i* sworn in as Privy
Councillor and appointed Minister
of Militia in the I .mn. i administration on July 13th, 1890. Sir
Frederick was In charge of the
Militia Department when the Canadian <<intingi nis were sent to
South Arfica. Subsci|ueiiily he
reorganized lhe department, ap>
pointed a Militia Council, established a great military ramp, and
enlarged and Strengthened the
force anil its equipment all over
Canada.   He has plans for a naval
rcs.'rv" and has made the commencement "f a Canadian Navy,
sir Frederick was re-elected by
acclamation on appointment  t<>
office  in   1800,  and  was  created,
by Ki"g Edward, an the occasion
of   his    Majesty's   coronal ion   in
1002, a Knight  Commands? <>f
the distinguished order of Si.
Michael and St. C.eorge. His
favorite   recreations  .ire   walking,
fishing and music.
Sir Frederick has lieen twice
married, his first wife being Julia
M.,   daughter   of   J.   H.   Clarke,
Issres
Prince Rupert every Sunday
at 9 a.m. for Vancouver,
..,.;..'.,_ M I -*..- B.   C.,   occupation   carpenter.   Intend   to   apply
arriving Monday atternOOn.    ���"' 1-arn-U.U.n to purehaae Ibe following deecribed
For Stewart City on arrival
from Vancouver Friday
night.
Northbound, leaves Vancouver Wednesdays at 9 p.m.
Steerage Fare       -       $5.00
Commencing at a poal planled about (61 miles
south and one(l) mile weat of lha lorka ol lho White
and I Iat rivera, thenoa mi chains aouth, ihence HO
chaina east, thenoe 80 chains norlh, thence DO
chains waat.
Dalad April 18. lull. SWAN  II M I.I N
I'ub. Mar IS. KraneU S. I'realon. Agent
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Guaranteed to be 12 years in the wood before being bottled
Sole agents for Northern B.C.
Victoria Phoenix Beer
B.
Northern B.C. Liquor Company, "
Htm Nt.   7
0. I�� S77
Tht "Camosun" is the only steame
on the run having water-tight bulk
heads and double bottom, thus en   ,
turlns safety of passengers in case | thane*
of collision or wreck.
J. H. Rogers, Ticket Agent.
-a-aena Land OUtrlct ���Oiilrict ol ��� j a���ia Charlott*
l��l��nda
Take notice lhal Oeor-t* W. Arnoll ol I'rlnce
Kupert,   ll.   C-, oceupailon real  oataui  broker. ���
intends to apply for permUsion to purchase lho
loiluwing doscribod lands:
Commanang al  a  post  planted  about  seven
muaa and one-half mil* wesl and on* mile ..mil-
from lha mouth of Stanly   Creek, Naden Harbor, [
thanca .-at  Hi) chaina. thence soulh SO chains,
thene* *a*t 80 chains, thenc* north Ho chains.
Dated March 17, lllii. GEO. W. AllNOTT ,
Pub. April 22. Numa I'smsra, Agant )
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Cor Centre St. snd First Ave.
Skaena Land District ���DUlrict ot Caaslar
Taka noUae lhat I, Alice M. Knouse ol Prince
lluperl, II. C-, occupation married woman, Intend
lo apply for permission to purchsae the following
descrlr-t-d lands:
'     Commencing at a poat planted about two miles
aouth and two milea weal of the (orka ol While ;
: and Flat rivera, Ihence north HO chslns, thenc*
eaat  SO chains, Ihsnc* aouth  HO chains,  Ihenee
waat BO chain*.
D.imI Apnl 20, lull. ALICE M. KNOUSE
Pub. May IS. FrancU S. Praaton. Agent I
Skaana Land nu.rlri    I n.inei ol Coasl Itange o j
Taka notice that I, Clara May I Jul* ol Princa
Hu'wrt,  II.   C,  oceupailon spinster. Intend lo
apply  lor  p-rmUslun  tu  purchase tbe following
deacrlbad lands:
Commencing at a i*-��l plantad at tha nortb
woat corner of l-'l 1736, llange b, Coast District
thance aast 40 chaina. thence norlh -���'* chains
thance waat 31 chain thence north 20 chains
thenca weat 10 chains, thence south 46 chaina to
point of eommenoement, containing 112 acrea
more or leaa.
Ril-I April 4, lull. i I.AHA  MAY LITTLE
... April It.
8k**>na I-aml District-District ol Caaalar
Taka nolice thai  I,  Isaac o'llrien  Korbr, nl
~  ipel
lor .
descrilied lands:
Commeneing at a posl plsnled about flv miles* ,
aouth and one mile west of the torks ot thaWhit* I
aud  Flat rivers, Ihenee north HO chains, thance
wast SO chaina, thenca anulh HO ehaina, Ihenee I
eaat SO chaina.
Daled AprU IS, till.  ISAAC O'llKIEN FOHIIES
I'ub. May II. Francis S. Prealon. Agenl
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PHONI No. 3
.*-k*ens Land DUtrlct    _
Taka notica thai I, Hall Hall Kenney of
mouth. Nova Scotia, occupation married woman.
-DUlrict of Coast Itange 6
Yar*
THE'
Royal Hotel
Cor. Third Avenue and Sixth St.
Th*1 Fim��st llioms.
The b$m\ equipp-eH
ami ttram heated.
H"t Sr,-| r.'H Imths.
Dlnlnir room and
mlJHimnt
Corley & Burgess, Props
Intend to apply (or permlasion to purchase the
following dnscrioed lands:
('���ommenclng at a post planted at north aast
oorner of T. I, Lot BB52Rt thenos running west 40
chains, thenc* north RO chains, thence east 40
ehalns, theoee aouth 00 chslns to place of com-
rrHMcen.ent containing 320 acraa more or less.
My poat li on aouth east oorner of land applied
for. marked letters S. K-, abuut one mile west -of
Lake Lakelse, south side of .Skeena tlver District
of Coaat Hang* 6.
Dated April 29, 1011
Tub. May 13.
IJKLL HALL KSNNBY
Juhn llaverty. Agent
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Prospectors' and Miners' Supplies
I*
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Canning, N. s.( and his Mcond
wife, bring Miwt Btssir B. (lark,
ftltO of Canning, tn whom lie WU
marrlad in Jim*, ihh4.
Ske��na Land District���District of Coaat
Take notica that William McTavish of Vancou-
) n*t. It. C. occupation physician, intends to spply i
for permiaalon to purchase the lollowlng de*crl>pd
t-i.-U
Commencing at a posl planted at tha soulhwee
corner, 40 chains north and 40 chains cast of the |
northeast corner of  i,.-i   lip..  Harvey's Survey,:
Coast   District,  flange ft, thence 60 chains oust
thance 60 chaina north, thence 60 chains west,
thanca 60 chatna aouth to poet of commencement
containing 360 acrea more or Inis.
Ditad May 2. 1911.     WILLIAM A. McTAVlSH    ���-_
Tub. May 6. Fred W. Itchier, Agent    ���
Skeena Land District-District of Coast Kange G
Taka notlc* that Henry Macartney of Prince
Kupert, H. C , occupation miner, Intends lo apply
for permission lo purchaae tha following de*crihod
landa:
Commencing at a poat planted on tha aouth
aide of Ktchumnlka Klver, about 2 1-2 mllea from
Ita confluence with lha Skeena Klver and about
1-2 mllea weat from Eichumaika raplda, thence IM)
ehalna north, thanca 40 chaina eut, thenco HO
chaina aouth. thanca 40 chaina waat lo (mint o
commencement,   containing   320   acraa   mora   or
\$m.     1'Oat  marked      II  M.   S W.  COf."
Dated April 22, 19U.     HKNKY MACARTNEY
Pub. AprU 29.
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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Servioes every Sunday in the
Empress Theatre, 11 a.m. and
7 30 p.m.    Sunday School and
Bible Class at ���.'.���in p. m.
REV. F. W. KERR, M.A.. Pastor
THE   FIRST   BAPTIST   CHURCH
FRASER AM- S.XTM STREET
Services every Sunday at 11
s in. and 7.3(1 p.m.     Sunday
School   2.30   p. m.        Baraca
Bible Class J..M> p.m.
REV. W. H. McLEOO B.A D.D.   Pastor
THE FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
BETWEEN 1-KNTHK ST. AN.) 2nd AVE.
Services every Sunday at  11
n.m    and  ..'!0 p.m.     Sunday
School at 2.30 p.m.
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ENSUIN JOHNSTONE. C'-a'D'u orr.cER
Real Estate..
OFFERINGS
Lol 18, block 20, section 1. $6300.
Lot on Third Avenue for $2100.
Ut 9, block 4, section 5, S1300.
LoU 25 and 26,   block   19,  section 5,
$1600 pair.
Lota 44  and 45,  block  15,  section 5,
$1800 pair.
Lots 24  and 25,  block  7,   section   6,
$950 each.   These lots art- by far  tht
best buy in section 6.
Lot 9, block 19, section 6. $1825.   Cash
$325, balance in six equal payments
running three years.
Fine residential Tot on  Fourth Avenue
for $1300.
Two lots on Ambrose Ave., $400 each.
Double corner on Seventh  Avenue  for
$800 pair, easy t.-rtu*-.
Double comer on the I'liza for $550.
Good level  lot in  section 8 for $250.
Terms $25 cash, balance $10 month.
���For Rent
5-room House with bath, $25 month.
4-room House with bath, $26 month.
Two Stores on Third Ave.
���INSURANCE���
McCaffery & Gibbons
Prince Rupart and Haielton
Application for Charter for a
Railroad
BEAUTIFUL ADVENTURESS
RETIRES FROM PARIS LIFE
Cleo De Merode, the Most Beautiful Woman in  the
World and the Idol of Kings, Makes Known the
Secret of Her Birth at the Hour of
Retirement from Paris
LAND  PURCHASE NOTICE
���rin' Parisian Mystery," Cleo
de Merode, beautiful protege ..f
ihe late King Leopold, dancer and
adventuress, for the
tin*, i lied
her birili
passion for secrecy resulted In
her sobriquet "The Parisii i Mystery," and at .me time a contlnen-
rn*.i time|tal duke offered a large sum to
In* mytitery surrounding him who could solve the riddle.
i>. sli i u pped aboard a
train for Italy, where, ai the age
of 38, broken i 1 health and with
beauty marred by premature age,
she will live quietly for the rest
of lur days, in order, as she says,
tn lne herself "from the everlasting public stare
daughter of a sm
P< land.
Mile, de Merode
been  nothirg  shun
���-ii ce she was proclaims
beautiful   woman   in   ilu'
SENSIBLE EXERCISES
How We Can Most Healthfully
Exert Ourselves
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career has
of meteoric
till' IIH'M
The Purchase of
a Lot in
HOUSTON is
Positively a Safe
INVESTMENT
Here are some of the reasons:
HOUSTON is situated in the centre
of one of the most arable and productive farming countries along the main
lineof the GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC.
HOUSTON is in the BULKLEY
VALLEY a fertile belt in the centre of
a mining district that has already proved up rich.
HOUSTON is not a wild cat proposition. We invite you to come and let us
convince vou of the honesty of investing in HOUSTON lots.
We have prepared an illustrated fold*,
er which we shall be pleased to give I
you.    This folder explains the honest "THE   PARISIAN   MYSTERY'
facts of the district.
It is a matter nf importance to
She i*. the most of us to take advantage <>f
tradesman in I our vacation for recuperative pur-
1 posts. What best tn do with ourselves (kirirg this period is some-
limes a problem. Pr. (iuliek in
Lippincott's Magazine undertakes
world to tell us what we can best do fur
better circulation, belter respira-
lion, better digestion. He likes
! baseball for its effect on tin
limbs ai-tl back, only it has a sort
nf oiie-sidcdmss. The trained pitcher, generally, however, has a
good physique and all round strength. A person who is not nervous
.an safely devote himself I.. lawn
tennis, but the doctor thinks that
this game requires too intense
attention for some people. Those
who are eager for every point
are in danger of pulling into
tennis too much nervous energy.
Chasing butterflies and climbing
niouiitains he considers about equally valuable. The main essential
i> lo keep out of doors and satisfy
the instinct of action. In winter
he would advise skating because
ic involves deep breathing, and
the jobs are of a divided advantage
to the stomach ami bowels. Playing billiards is a fairly good exercise
so far as it leads to walking and
bending, but it is a very limited
field a.,id all indoors. The doctor
has noi much to siy hi favor of
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
application will be made to thc Parliament of Canada at thc present session thereof, (or an Act incorporating
ii Railway Company under the name
of "The Pacific, Trans-Canada and
Hudson Bay Railway Company," with
power to lay out, construct SM operate
a line of ruilwuy (rom a point in lhe
Province <i( Alberta, at or near the
City ol Edmonton, thence northerly
by the most feasible route to, at, or
near Athabasca Landing; tlience northwesterly north-earn of Lesser Slave
Lake to Wabiska or Loon River; thence
northerly to a point at or near the
junction of the Loon River with the
Peace River, or al a point near the
junction of the Red River with the
Peace River, below Yon Vermillion
on the Peace River; thence northerly
to Fort Smith on the Slave River: From
a point on the said railroad near >u
crossing of the Wabiska River or the
Loon River easterly to Fort McMurray
on the Athabasca River; thence easterly
along the Clearwater River and Chur
chill 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
o( the Wabiska or Loon River, westerly
to Peace River crossing on the Peace
River; thence westerly on the north
side ol the river through Laurier Pass
to Prince Rupert or Portland Canal
on thc Pacific Coast in British Columbia;
with power to construct and o(>crate
telegraph and telephone and cable
lines (or general public purposes; to
carry on, construct, maintain and operate. boatH and Jerries (or the purposes
ol the railway and other purposes; to
acquire and make use of lands, water-
lota, wharves, ducks, dock-yards, slips,
watehousea, elevators and other conveniences; &n,i with power to enter
Into AKfeemenu with otlier Companies.
KMITH & 'OHNHTOl*,
1.....1 8���c'*-��''�� ���<��������� the Applicants
lJaUd  at  Ottawa  aS mJS   j
June, A. D��� 1911.
Thc price of HOUSTON lots is very
low in view of the assured great future
of the place. It will be a distributing
point of what will be, in a short time,
a thickly settled country.
HOUSTON is not a speculation-it ii
an investment that should appeal to
anyone wanting to make money honestly. Call and see ui or write and we
will convince you of the genuineness of
our proposition.
Law Butler Co.
Selling  Agents  for tha Grand Trunk
Pacific Townsite of Houston.
Princ* Rupert, B.C.
P.O. Boa   1540. Phone 60
Cleo de Merode
by King Leopold in 1889. She
has been lhe loast of the ImhiIc-
vards, lhe idolized of wealthy age,
antl the friend of Royalty. Scandal has connected her name with
the devastation of six enormous
fortunes, and she has frequently
figured in the Columns of the press.
Through all this publicity, however, Mile. Cleo has kept the
secret of her birth, lieing al various
times reported to be the daughter
of patents in every siage of society
from cu.ll heavers to kings.    This I
Stikine Land Dlstilct��� District ol Caaalar
Take nutice thai Christian A. Tervo ol Stikine,
11 C   occuatlun customs officer, intends to apply
lur pormlaslon to purchaao tlio following doacribed
Conimtinclni! at a post plantod about throe-
iiimrli'ra of a mllo north east trom Glacier Hillle
und on the east hank uf Slikino Hiver and on the
south side ot the mouth of a little creek, thance
east 40 chains, thence north 4(1 chaina, thenca
west '10 chains, thunce south 40 chains to point
ot commencement and contalnln2 100 acrea moro
ur less.
IJatod Feb. 10, 1911. CIUUSTIAN A. TERVO
l��ub April 7,
Btntaa l.uml Dlalrict-���DUtrict of Coaat Rango 6
Taku notice that I. Lauchlan John Shanahan of
Victoria. 11. C., occupation teachor, intend to
apply (or permiasion to purchaae tho following
doscribod landa:
Commencing Bt a poat planted 65 chaina aouth
from i in' aouthoaal corner of Lot -.1060, thenca 40
chain.* south, thence 40 chaina weat, thence 40
cliaina north, thenco 40 chaina oaat to point of
cummenc-i-inent, conUining 160 acrea more or lass.
LAUCHLAN JOHN SHANAHAN
Dated April 17, 1911.
Tub. May G.
Skoena Land Diatrict���District of Caaaiar
Taka notice that I, John L. Mitchell of I'rlnce
Kiipi-rt, H. C.( occupation bookkeeper, Intend to
apply  for permiaalon to  purchaae tha  following
deacribed landi:
Commencing at a poat plantod about (6) five
mllea aouth and (1) ono mile woat of the forka of
the White and Flat rivera. thenoe north 80 chaina
thence eaat 80 chaina, thenoe aouth 80 chaina,
thence weat 80 chaina.
Dated April 18, 1911. JOHN L. MITCHELL
Pub. May 13 Francia S. Praaton, Agant
Skeena Land Diatrict-Diatrict of Coast Ratine 5
Coaat Diatrict
Take notice that Wm. Liwilio of Sapperton, B.C.
occupation Government Guard, intends to npply
for permission to purchaae tho following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted 40 chains west
and 1U0 chaina aouth of the aouthwest corner of lot
Nn 1733, range 5 cuaatdlatrict.marked Wm.Leslie,
N.W. corner, thence aouth 40 chains, thence east
SO chains, thence north 40 chains, thenco west St)
chains to poat of commencement, containing IA2D
acre i more or leaa.
WM. LESLIE
T. D. Laird, Agent
Dated March 20th. 1911
Pub. April 29th* 1911
Skeena Land 1 .istrict   -District of Caaalar
Take notice that 1, Alfred Uerryman Williams
of Prince  Rupert,   H.  C, occupation  merchant
Intend to apply for permiaalon to purchaso the
following doacribed landa:
Commencing at a post planted about (2) two
mllea aouth of the forka of the White and Flat i
rivera, thence 80 chaina aoutb, thence 80 chains ;
weat, thenoa 80 cbaina north, thence 80 chains |
-aaat.
ALFRED  UERRYMAN  WILLIAMS
Dated April 18, 1911.      FrancU S. Preston. Agent
Pub. May 13.
Skeana Land DUtrlct���DUtrict of Caasiar
Taka notice that I, John Robert Pacey of I'rince
Rupert* 1). C., occupation cook, intend to apply
(or pernwlon to purchaae tba following described
lanoa:
Commeodni at a post planted (2) two miloa
south and Z) two mllea waat of the forka of the
White and Flat rivera, thenca south 80 chains
thence eaat 80 chains, thenca north 80 chains,
thence wast 80 cha na.
Dated Apr I 20, 1911 JOHN ROHKRT TACEY
Pul��. Mai* 13. Franc a S. Preaton. Agon
Skeena Land DUtnct���District cf Cout Range S
Take notce that 1. Martha Leek, of Prince
Rupert, 11. C, occupat on man -I woman Intend
imii
daacri.t-ed lands:
Commandite at a poat planted about three and
one-half milea dUtant In a aouth waatorW direction
from a blind slough (rom Observatory Inletmhor*
the same touehea tha Ind an Reaerve, thence east
80 chatna, thenc* aoutb 80 chans, thenco weat 8
chaina, thtnee north 80 chana to point of com-
mencement, conta n ng 640 acrea mora or laaa.
Dated Apr! 14. 1911. MARTHA LEEK
i'uh. Mav 13.
Skeena Laod Diatrict���DUtrlct ol Cout Range
Taka notice lhat Mary* Iteaton Gil derate* va of
Victoria, It. C, occupallon bouseke-ptMT, Intendf
lo apply lur permlulon lo purchaae the following
deacribed landa:
Commencing at a poat planted al tbe aouthweat
corner u( I...i 996. Range ft, Cout Dialrlci.ihence
80 chaina south tbence 40 chains eaat, thence 80
cbaina nortb, tbence 40 chaina weat to point of
ommeocamenl. containing 320 acres more or leu.
MARY 11EATON G1LDERSLEEVE
Dated AprU 17. 1911.
Pub. May 6.
The Best
Procurable.
Absolutelyp
un
to apply (or jwrmlaaion to purchase the following
LAND  PURCHASE NOTICE
Skeana Land Dislrict-District of Coaat liana.  :,
Tak* notlr* thai I'ercr M. Mlllrr of rrinc* Rupert. B.C.. occupation Civil Engineer, intends to I Suwart. II. C, occupation storekeeper, inland in
lha followinc
at Ottawa thta 2frt day oil
Advertise in
The Daily News
apply fur permission lo purchaae the following
described lands:
Com men-ring at a post planted on the left bank
of McNeil Itiver at north west corner of lot 44CM
R.V., thence east !fti chaina morc ur less to wm��.
arly boundary nf timber limit ���*'��� (old number
41 ���>'-s<-1 thence northerly fullowlng aald westerly
boundary uf timber limit GO chains more or less
to north west corner of aald timber limit, thence
westerly B rhnins more or less to left bank of
McNeil Itiver. thence aoutherly followlnu said
left hank uf McNeil River 00 chains mure or lets
to point of common cement, containing 100 acres
more or less.
1'fcRCY M. MILLER,
E. Flex man, Agent
Date June ID. 11(11
Pub. July 19,1911
Cassiar   Land   DUtrict -District   of   Skeena
Take notice that 1, Lemuel Freer uf Vancouver,
occupation broker, Intend to apply for permission
to purchase thc following draribedr landa:
Commencing at a poat planted on the shore
in a northerly direction from Port Nelson Cannery
marked L. r.'s S. E. Corner, thence 20 chaina
north, thence 20 chains west, thenre 20 chains
aouth to shore line, thence along the shore to
point of commencement, containing 40 acrea more
Dated June 10, 1911 I.KMfKI, FREER
Pub. July 8. J. M. ' oih-on. Agent
Skeena Und District- District of Ccast Range f.
Take notice that 1. Alexander Clacher, of I>ear-
hurn. Manitoba, occupation farmer. Intend to
apply for permission to purchaso the following
daacribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted al the south
west corner of lot 'I*��.*.. district uf Coast, Range L
s tuated about G 1-2 mite* In a south eaaterly direction from Itrerkenrfdge Landing, marked A.
C, north went corner; thence eouth HO chains,
thence east Oil chains, thenre north OH chains
more or lent to south easl eorner B lot .TOfl2,
thence west 40 chain* mure ur less to sruth weat
corner of lot 3002, ii ��� north 20 chains mora
or less tu louth east corner of lot :i>ififi, thenee
west 40 chains more or less to point uf commencement, containing WXt acres more or leaa,
ALBXANI.ER CLACHER
Donald Clacher, Agent
Date June 2nd. 1911
Pub. J una 24th. 1911
%���*"��������*��.<. District     District n! Coast Range fi
I BaSS nolle* V"11 H*f,h K" Mtm ��* I*""'""
rSCTfr BWM*WWI. **mm, Intends to apply for
llUSa t'U'cbaae   the   following   described
Indian dubs, which on the whole
lu* considers of little more value
than typewriliiiK for tyit-cwriring
really does give a roikI deal of
work for a large numlKT of imis-
des. The game which he condden
pre-eminently well suited for recreation is thai of golf. He like*
it better Un old people dun for
boyi and girl>. A man who playi
18 holes on a golf course has
walked two miles and a half and
has stooped clown a good many
times, and done some hill-climbing.
The subject is one of much Importance, but we are Inclined to
think that the answer depends
Inrcgly upon the constitutional
temperament. The little old game
of quoiti has in ir most of the
elements   of   good   exercise   and
sweetening the spirits. Croquet
has the advantage of bringing all
the   family   together.    What   We
want is io affect the whole organic
life, just as the whole liody and
mind are affected by hunting ami' CittSSaTuTT*-" UOM1L kikgslby
fishing, Pub. Apnl��.
���-.-.-.i---.���-..a-������.-���-----___������*------------_-._.__ Stlkilie Und  DUtrict ��� DftllCt Of  Casslaf
- Taltt notice lhat Sydney Hodgktnaon uf TtJe-
cranh Crvek, 11. C, occupation clerk, Inunda to
ipp>y for permiaaion to purchaaa tha following
deacrilted Und:
Commencing at a post planted about a quarter
mile north eaat from Glacier Riffle and on tha eaat
bank of Sliklna River, thenoa east 20 chains
thenca north 40 ehalna, thenca west 20 chains,
thenca aouth 40 chains to point of commencement
and containing 80 acres mora or leaa.
Dated Ffb. 11, 1911.
SYDNEY HODGKINSON
Pub. April C.A. Tervo, Agant
Skeena Und Dutrict���District of Cout
Take noUoe that Fr*d W. Uohler ot Kltaum-
kaiura, occupation fa/mar, inlands to apply  (or
Kmission  lo  purchaaa  the  following  doacribed
da:
Commencing at a poet planted at lha nurth
aut corner ot V McUod's pre-emption, thonoe
20 cbains soulh, thence 10 chatna ssit, thanoo 20
cbaina north, th-enoe 10 chains wut to poat of
commencement containing 20 acros more or 1*M.
Dated Apnl 10, 1911. FltlEDKlCH W. UOHLER
Pub. April ti. t- r-l Hampton, Agenl
Skeena Und DUlrict ���District of Caular
Taka notlc* lhat 1, Sydney Flltgerald of Stewart,
B. C, occupation cook, Inlend to apply for permisaiun to purchaa* th* following deacribed lands
Commencing at a poet planted aboul five mile
eoutb and one mile of the forka of Whll*
and Flat rivers, ihence aouth 80 chaina, thane*
weat 80 chaina, tbenc* north 80 cbaina, thane*
eut 80 chaina.
Dated April 18, 1911. SYDNEY FITZGERALD
Pub. May l.i. FrancU S. Pruton, Agent
Skeena Und District���District of Cout Rant*
Tak* notioa tbat I, J. Harold McKaan of Princ
Kupert, ll. C., occupat oo blackaro th. Intend to
apply  lor perm aalon  to purchaa* lb*  (ollowing
deacr bed Unds:
Commencing at a poat planted about three and
one half miles d slant tn a south wwtvrly direction
from a blind alough from Observatory Inlet where
th* same touchm th* Ind an Rvaerv*, tbenc*
80 chaina, thene* aouth 80 cba na, t hence eut 80
chaina, thanca north 80 chana to po nt of com
mencement, containing 640 acraa more or loaa.
Daud Apr 114. 1911.       J. HAROLD McKEAN
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Cout Range 6
Taka noliea that I, Lionel Kingslay of Vancouver, U. i , oc-eupaiion minor, InUnd to apply
for permiasion to purchase th* following deacribed
lands:
Commencing at a poat planled near lho southwest corner of Lot 992, Itango o, Cout DUtriet
Ihenc* weal 40 chaina, thenca aouth 60 chains,
thenc* eul 40 chains, thenoe north 60 chaina lo
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skeena Und District     District uf Caaalar
Taka noitc* that I, Jamea Millar Johnston o(
Commnnelni a'
I west  eorner   140
from  th*
a poet planted  st the North-
enalna   *����ter.y   i.Ukm|v   north)
��  corner  ot  Lot  lllfl (Harvey
apply  (or permlasion  to purchi
desmu-1 lands:
Commencing at a post planled about one mil*
north from ihe Nau river and aboul nln* miles
above the furks of lb* Nau river, thenc* north 80
chains, thence wut no chatna, thenee aoutb 80
chains, thence eut NO chaina to point o( commence*
ment, conUining 6(0 acres more or Us*.
JAMES MILLAR JOHNSTON
Dated March 24, 1911.  Frank Sidney Wnght, Agt
Pub. May 17
Skeena Und DUUict���DUtrict of Caaalar
Taka notice that I. P*rcy FrancU Godenralh
of Stewart, II. C, occupatiun joun.alist InUnd to
.apply for iK-rmlaaion to purchaaa the following
deacribed lands:
Commencing at a poat pUnUd on the right
bank of the Nau river about eeven miles abov*
the forks of the Nau river, tbence aouth 80 chains,
thence weet 80 chains, thence north 80 chains,
thence eut 80 chaina to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres mora or leas.
PERCY FRANCIS GODENRATH
Dated Marc 25,1911. Frank Sidney Wright, Agt
Pub. May 17.
Skeena Und I M-lnrl District of Cout lUnge V
Take notice that I, J. Lome MacLaren of
Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation real esute agent
Intends tu apply for permission to purchue the
following described landa:
Commencing at a poat planted 40 chains weat
and Hi) chains south of the aouthwut corner of
lot 17.13, vicinity of Ukelse Lake, and markc-d J.
L. MacLaien'n nortweat corner, thence eut M)
chains, Ihence aouth 40 chains, thenre west Wl
chains, thence north 40 chaina to point of commencement, conUining ���-.''��� acres more or leas.
J. LORNE MacLAKEN
Goo. R. Putnam, Agent
Date M���,   ii. 19U
Pub. June 16.1911
Skeana Und DUtrict���DUtrlct of Caasiar
Take notice that I, Charlu Frederick Metcal|
of SUwart, B. C., oceupailon frslghUr, InUnd to
apply  for permission  to  purchase th* following
descritted lands:
Commencing at a post planUd on the right
bank of tba Nau river about all mllea above the
forka ot the Nau river, thence aouth 80 chains,
thenc* wast 80 chains, thsnea north 80 chains,
thenc* eaat 80 chaina to point of commencement.
conUining CIO acres more or less,
DaUd March 25, 1911. CHARLE3 F. METCALF
Puh. May IT.      Frank Stdnay Wright, Agant
Rkwna Und Diatrict���DUtrlct of Casalar
Taka notlw lhat I,   Bartl*  Kdwfn   Badger 'of
Stewsrt, II. C.,  oeeupatton  plumber, InUnd   to
apply  for  permUalon  to  purchase  the  fnllowint
1 dmoribsd Unda:
I     Commencing at a
!, north nt tba Nau
above  tha (orka  of
Skeena Und DUlrict���DUtrlct ot Caaaiar
Taka  notice thai   I,   Mary  Carin  of  Stewart,
B. C., occupation married woman. Intend to apply
tor permission lo purchase the lollowlng doecribod
land:
Commencing at a posl planted two (2) milaa
aouth and it) two mllea weat of tha forka of tba
White and Flat rivers, tbenc* 80 chaina nortb,
lhanc* 80 chaina west, thence 80 cbaina aouth
thence ko chsltis east-
Dated April 20, 1911. MARY CARIN
Pub. May 18.                   FrancU S. Preaton, Agont
Skeana Und District -District of Caular
Take notica that 1, Alfred Kyle of Prlnoa Rupert.   B.   C,   occupation   electrician.   Intend   to
apply  for  permUsion   to  purchase  In*   following
deacribed landa:
Commencing at a post planted about (3) thre*
mllea south of the forks of the Whlu and Flat
riven, thence 80 chaina aouth, thenoa 89 ebsinr
���ut, Ihence 80 chaina north, thenca 01 bains
waat.
Dated April 18, 1911. ALFRED KYTE
Pub. May 13. FrancU S. Preaton, Agent
Skeena Und District
Take   n
Rupert, B. (
for j
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District of Cout Rani
mge
Princ
for permlnlon to purchase th'
occupation miner, Intends to apply
following described
MUSSALLEM & COMPANY
.Good   Fresh  Groceries at   City Prices	
We have Fresh Lettuce, Strawberries,
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Apricots, Tomatoes and Green Onions
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Royal Bank of Canada
Head Office: MONTREAL. Established 1869.
Capital, $6,200,000
Surplua, $7,200,000
Total Aaaeta, $92*500,000
Savings Bank Department, $1 will open an iccount
Branches throughout Canada and Banking Connections with all parts of the
United States.
Agents throughout the world.
H. P. WILSON, Manager. Prince Rupert Branch.
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Four Fine Double Damask Cloths, 2 by
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by 3 1-2 yards (hand woven)
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Six Damask Carving Napkins or Tray
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('omtnencin-i at a post i.lanliil 40 chains south
and 40 chain, west ot the northwest corner ol
Lot 1733, Utn-lw Vallpy, District ol 1'na.t Kange
6, Ihenc* west 411 chain., .hence soulh 80 chains,
Ihence east 40 chains, thence north 80 chains to
lolnt ol commencement.
STANLEY 0RSBM
Locator
pout plantml ahoul one mile
rival ani.
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Puh. July 15.
SkMna Land District- District ol Caaslar
Take  notioa  thai   1,  Thomas   Maeaovern  ot
Stewart, II. C, occupation miner.ln.entf lo apply
(or permlalon lo purchaae lha lollowlng deacribed
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I     Commenelns  al  a  post planted  on  the  right
bank ol tha Naaa river about lour mile* above tha
I (orka ol the Naas river, Ihenoo south HO chains,
thenca went SO chains, thence north SO chains,
' tnence eaal 80 chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or lesa.
THOMAS MACOOVEHN
I Dated March 25, 1011    Sidney Frank Wright, A|t
Puh. Mar 17.
'I seven mil**
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girdle and rosette of pink Batin
ribbon. These daintily embroidered robe frocks come in allthe
pretty light colors -iiitl are surprisingly ruasoiial.il* in price.
S. O. E. B. S.
The  Prince  Rupert Lotlne, No. SIS. Sons of
Enatland. meet, the lint anil third Tu-wlaye  In
each month in the Carpenlera Hall, at S p.m.
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Newly Furnished and
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BATHS   FREE   TO   GUESTS
ROBT. ASHLAND
P.O. BOX 37
(SAVOY HOTEL
Kraeer and Fifth St.
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UGrand Hotel..
WORKWOMAN'S HOME
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Rochester At
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What could be daintier for a
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dotted swiss with embroidered designs in pink? AIm.vi* model shows
the way of cons ruction with the
NEW DINNER PLATES
Kipling Stories in the Designs
of Charming New China
The latest idea in dishes in
New York is the conversational
plate. As yet these plates are
rather expensive, for they are the
invention of an American artist,
who did the coloring and drew the
designs, while the china was made
in France. They are genuinely
artistic, but probably we shall
soon see theni widely copied in
more inexpensive form.
The original set is known as the
jungle folk plates. Each plate
illustrates one of the twelve jungl
stories which Kipling made famous
not only for children but for gorwn
ups. One of the plates has the
scene of Mowgli teasing the Red
Dog, iuul another bears the Zeal|s
lullaby:
"But splash and grow strong
And you can t be wrong,
Child of the Open Sea.||
The invention seems to open
up a new Seld in china. There
are many other books which would
make good subject matter for
illustrated plates. Fancy how delightful would be a set where
were pictured some of "Alice's
Adventures in Wonderland!
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HARD ON THE CIRLS
Beauty is Not Allowed to Fascinate  in  Bathing  Dress
Ciirls wearing white stockings
are not permitted to go in bathing
in Coney Island, Brighton Beach
or Manhattan Beach. Several
of ihem learned that fact last
week, and they also found strict
rules against gaudy bathing costumes prevail at those resorts.    A
young woman walked out on the
sands at Brighton  Beach wearing
white stockings. Almost Immediately she was stopped by a lift-
guard, who told her it was against
the rules of the beach for girls to
wear white stockings. She was
Compelled tO return to her dressing
room and send for a pair ofblack
stockings,   The superintendent of
the bathing houses seeks to prevent women from wearing costumes that attract attention.
Creamery Butter
that is Positively Pure.
SANITARY
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The Cudaby Brand.
For most delicious Bread,
Dainly Biscuits, Etc., use
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W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second aveiue and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
MUNRO  &  LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS -:- AUDITORS
Law-Butler Building      Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 351
ALFRED CARSS,        C. V. BENNETT, B.A.
of British Columbia of B.C. Ontario, Ses-
and Manitoba Bare. katchewan  and Al
berta Bara.
CARSS A BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc
Offlce-Exchanve block, corner Third avenue and
Sixth street. Prince Ruoert. 8
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., U.D.S.
DENTIST.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operation*! skilfully treated. Gas and
local annsthelice administered for the painless extraction of teeth. Consultation free. Offices:
Heliteraon Block. Pnnce Rupert. 11-12
Alex.M.Manaon ha.     W.K.Williams.n.A.. 1..1..11
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
FRESH
Fruit & Vegetables
Just in from the South.
ARE OUR SPECIALS FOR TODAY.
Ideal Provision House
P. O. BOX 2.1
Pr.INCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
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GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE   AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Third Avenue also Water Street,
PRINCE RUPERT
tQ CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Agents
Orders promptly lllled.   Prices reaaonabl*.
OFFICE-H. B. Rochester. Centre St.    Phone ��.
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND Ave.
Fruit   :   Produce   :   Feed
WHOLESALE
H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave.
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST
Phone No. 200 P. O. Box 580
PRINCE RUPERT. B. C.
Third At*., near 8th St.
F. VV. HART
UNDERTAKER A EMBA1.MER
STOCK COMPI.ItTB MUMS 62
The ladies have taken to playing
lacrosse in England, and are said
to be making great headway at
the game. As a means of reviving
the National Game at home, why
not set the ladies here playing
lacrosse?
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Jack Lester the latest of the
"hopes" to fall from grace by his
defeat by Bill Lang, Intended
returning to America, but Lang
telegraphed him a few days ago
agreeing to give him a return
match in August, .and Lester has
consequently altered his plans for
returning home, and will remain
here instead.
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Rooting for anyone but the home
team is considered anything but
good form at the St. Paul baseball park. For that reason Ben
Erven, Milwaukee, a singer, and
his wife, were ejected from the
St. Paul grounds during Saturday's
game between Milwaukee and St.
Paul. As a result, the management of the St. Paul club will
probably be made defendant in
a suit for damages.
���$   tt   x*
It made grandfather smile the
other day when he read about
Jake Beckley getting seven hits
in a double-header. He said it
made him think of his kid days,
when he used to watch Jake bust
the fence. "Old Eagle Eye" is
managing the Hannibal Central
Association team.
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Ad Wolgast and Packey Mc-
Farland may yet be opponents
in a ten round bout in place of
McFarland and Matt Wells. The
latter piar have signed articles for
a ten round, no decision affair
here early in September, although
a change may be made. Wolgast
has sent word to McFarland thai
unless he signs to meet him in
a ten round meet in Milwaukee
he will never consider him an
opponent for a twenty round go
on the coast later on.
tO   ���$.   ���$
Billy Papke, claimant of the
world's middleweight title and
conqueror of Jim Sullivan, who
held lhe English honors for that
division, has positively refused to
listen to any offers regarding a return match with Sullivan, or for
matches with other performers
abroad.
Double Weekly Service
S.S. Prince Rupert, S.S. Prince George
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Monday* and Fridays, 8 a.m.
For Stewart, Thursdays and Sundays
at S a.m. Special fare on Sunday
boat, $9,511 return Including meals
and berth,
Mi Prince Albert sails for I'ort   Simpson,   Naas   River,   Masset,    Naden
Harlior, Wednesdays, 1.00 p.m.
and for:
Queen Charlotte Island  points,   Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service lo Copper River
Mixed trains from Prince Rupert Wednesday   and 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
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FREIGHT AND PASSENGER AGENT
Canadian Pacific Railway
B.C. Coaat Service
Famous  Princess  Line
S.S. PRINCESS ROYAL
Saturday,   July   29th,   8  a.m.
FOR VANCOUVER, VICTORIA, SEATTLE
J. G. McNab - General Agenl
S.S. INLANDER
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HAZELTON
MONDAY, JULY  24th
Take thc fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester   -   Agent
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NEW WELLINGTON COAL
LIME      DRICK     PLASTER      CEMENT
SHINGLES, LATH, RLACKSMITII COAL
POLICE HAVE
NEW RIG OUT
Very Smart New Uniforms now
Ready for the Force. Silver
Instead of Brass Buttons.
"Thin Red Lined Heroes."
Some of the new uniforms for
the police have been completed
all except the helmet, and the
officers look very neat and smart
in them. The billions are silver
instead of brass, and the "thin
red line" on the trousers adils
military finish lo the uniform,
When the helmets arrive from
lhe East where they must In-
ordered, we shan't know our noble
limbs of tlu* law, and the force
added to their influence in the
quelling of the evil-doer by lithe
new uniforms will be still more
effective.
ROGERS & BLACK
Phone 116
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
2nd Ave., next tonld office of OptlmliL. eel) only
STOKES' ICE CREAM
Best marie in Seattle. Fruit and Candr. whole-
sal* and Retail. Look for dash star, al niaht
SAM COWEN. Proprietor Phone IM
City Scavenging
Mr. J. G. Weston announces that he
has commenced work for the city.
All orders  received at   the
Office, 5th St.    -    Phone 42
Have you learned that "keeping
boarders" is a business matter���
and that it involves timely advertising in the classified colunms
of The News?
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members  of  the  order in thc city
���re requested to visit the lodge.
J. P. CADK. N. G.
H. II. MORTON. Sec.
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INVESTMENTS
JEREMIAH    H.    KUGLER
REAL
ESTATE
He sells Buildings      He sells Contracts
He has Houses to Rent
He buys Lots He builds Homes
Special  Bargains in
Kitselas bands   Francois Lake Lands   Lakelse Lands
Hazelton District Lands       Bulkley Valley Lands
Kispiox Valley Lands      Porcher Island Lands
K iliiiiniki.li.m Lands, Sand, Gravel and Marble Deposits
List Your  Properties with Jeremiah H. Kugler
He buys Leases He loans Money
He has Farms For Sale
He sells Houses He rents Stores
Second  Avenue, Prince Rupert, B. C.
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MAY ROBERTS
TELLS EXPERIENCE
CONTINUED  FROM  PAGE 1
when a very young girl. Oh, it
would till a big volume to tell
you of all the incidents of my
career since then and of the pans
i have played.
"My lirsi iwn years and a half
mi the stage were devoted to
muacial comedy. Then the late
Sam Roberts, an actor of considerable renown, persuaded me
to eiuer ihr dramatic field in
Chicago, I ditl so with the result that I soon had star parts
in some of the best companies
playing the leading theatres between New York and San Francisco,
A Player's Romance
After my marriage with Mr.
Victor Gallard in Chicago I got
my own siock company and my
own company I have had ever
since. There is not a city or
town between Old Mexico and the
Arctic Circle on one side and the
two seaboards on the other but
that has had an opportunity to
see my company.''
Takes Real Work
"How many plays have you in
your repertoire?" interjected the
interviewer.
"Fourteen."
"How do you manage to rem-
ember them all?"
"Hard work and nothing else
Frequently we prepare a play iii
o.u* day anil we have never yet
fallen down in a performance. I
love the art of my work and I
know I can say the same for the
rest of my company'."
"What about your experiences?
I suppose you get all sorts of
queries from suige struck young
men aud girls?"
"Why of course I do. Since I
have been here I have had several
letters asking me about the stage,
invitations to dinner, congratulations on my work, etc."
Two Kinds of People
"And   the   people   here, .what
do you think of them?"
"They're just dears! I think
there is far more culture shown
by the audiences in this city than
in many of the so-called first
cities of ihe continent.
"There  isn't anyone  in  the
world   I   dislike���but,   wait,   yes
there is, and I would like to smack
his or her face."
"Who can thai be?" hastily
asked I he News.
"The hypercritical critic who
has ne\ t seen a first class play
by a first class company and
then dares to criticise every play
and player."
Hardships and Joys
Then die interviewer got a
glimpse into the hard side of
life to an actress who is on the
road with a stock company. He
was told what it feels like to
play occasionally to an almost
empty house in the face of a big
salary roll, a company with a
weighty bill of expense; of jumping from one town to another in
anil uncomfortable train or boat,
of being forced lo take the attic
apartments in a primitive hotel
and of tlie hardest blow of all���
to give out the best work possible
and then have a cold, unresponsive audience.
"There are a hundred and one
hardships incidental to the life
of an actress or actor but there
are also a thousand and one
sweets. Real friends are met in
every town that go to compensate
for all the things that sometinn*-
spell tears. It is a fascinating
life that demands brains anil lots
of them,"'asserted the lady.
A Lucky Traveller
Fate has been gootl to Mis*.
Roberts she says. She has never
been in a railroad accident and sin-
has beaten the celebrated Casey
Junes for railroad travelling because she has travelled on the
Union Pacific and the Santa Fe
and also the Canadian Pacific
and lhe G. T. P.���Casey never
heard of the last two, he claimed.
Fate, however, handed Miss Roberts a bad deal eleven years
ago. It was Christmas night,
1000 in St. Joseph, Mo., when the
theatre she was playing in wasj
gutted by fire and her wardrobe
valued at several hundreds of
dollars was hopelessly cremated.
A Faithful Companion
"Before you go," said the interesting leading lady, "let me
introduce Becky Sharp." Becky
is a tiny German tan dog, which
Miss Roberts brought from Germany six years ago. Becky has
been smuggled through a score of
ports by cryptic means and told
her mistress in dog language
"whither thou goest I shall go,"
and Miss Roberts told Becky ii
had always been so and would
continue thiisly until the day
breaks, etc.
Thanks to Rupert
"Give the people of Prince
Rii|K-rt my love and thank them
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LOST-A Kokak; left on Mcllnkntlii wharf.
Kinder rewarded by leaving name at Cumiila'll *
Clirar Store. MMf
Lost ��� A small black purse runtiiir.liitf IMS.
Finder please return to Mra. Swindle. Jiimi's
Hotel, and be rewarded. **
for being so kind to us all," was
thc valedictory presented to the
interviewer as he left the presence
of lhe clever lady who has charmed
Prince Rupert audiences by her
talents all week.
.- v v' *** & tii tfc to .& t$ tt" & & & *8i
AT THE THEATRE       *
.- *.- is to *��*. to *$. ���& *2j & it i*. & *x
Strong Performance of the Romantic Drama "The Adventuress."
i>3<-��
TO-NIGHT!
TO-NIGHT!
MAY ROBERTS
And her Company in
The Funniest Comedy in Twenty Years.
"The Judge and the Girl"
.SEE Miss Robert's as tin- Lady from Germany.
HEAR Ira Robertson Mini* "I'm Glad'I'm Not a Girl."
SEE Lillian St. John Ilanee.
Again last night the May Roberts Company charmed a large
audience by their art. The play
selected was the romantic drama
"The Adventuress," in which .Miss
Roberts scored a triumph as the
fascinating but dangerous Marquise Stephanie, the adventuress.
The play deals with the work
of the secret police in Rome of
one hundred years ago and gave
scope for a display of some of
lhe gergeous Parisian gowns for
which Miss Robert's wardrobe is
famous.
The entire cast was a strong
one, the play living more sirongly
presented than any of the former
ones. .As ihe dashing young English nobleman, Sir Horace Well.),
who brought the schemes of the
adventuress to nought, Mr. Gil-
lard had a romantic role which
suited him excellently. As usual
Mr. Ira RobertM.n gave a finished
performance in ihe character parts,
this time as Barralo the |HilRx-
iigent. (icorgt Zecco as Prince
Maleotii, the adventuress' accomplice, Miss St. John as pretty
Alice Yanicy, and Leonard Carey
aa Alfonso the sen-am gave > \-
celleiil support.
"The  Judge  and   lhe  Girl,"  a
modern comedy, will Ih- stagi-d foi
tm igllt.
MAIN LINE AT HOUSTON
Contract Let for Clearing Right
of Way
PRICES    $1.00, 75c, 50e. SEATS    Nearly all sold.
DOORS    Open 8.30.     Curtain 9 sharp.
PHENIX    THEATRE
Monday, July 31.     Tuesday, Aug. 1.
11Y RECjUEST
Ur. L. M. Slot-urn presents Mr. W.
IL   llnrbeck's   Seenic   Travelogue
"LAND OF THE SUNSET SEA"
Our Pacific Northwest licaiitiful���Tbe Greatest Motion
Pictures ever shown on canvas.
.r*00n Feet of Film.   Wonderful���Awe Inspiring.   Secure Seats Early.
Houses Crowded Everywhere.
Curtain rises at 8.1)0.   Two Solid Hours.
Admission ... 25c.   and 35c.
Sectional
M
&*����*��
Mil  !!!!!�� "<
Filing
Cabinets
What will be pleasing news lo
those who have invested in Houston townsite lots, anil to thOM
who propose investing in such
good proposition is that the contract for the right of way for
the G. T. P. main line has been
let io W. R. pouiton of Houston.
He has already begun work on
clearing a 400-foot right of way
for lhe ('.. T. P. main line running
righi through ihe townsite.
Lots in Houston, which is in
lhe rich Bulkley Valley are selling
like hoi cakes in Vancouver, where
l.aw-Biiiler have an office, Sonic
Important sales have been made
at ihe local office on Third avenue.
FELL DOWN  HOLD
John Ferguson Injured on S.S.
Camosun
While unloading freight on tin
S.S.   Camosun   last   night   John
FergUSOn, a deckhand, fell down
lhe hold ard raiher severely injured his back.
He was taken to ihe General
Hospital where Dr. Tremayne attended lo him.
'   mF^I*^^H.'J,*l��S; ��f lhc ���� '�� both home and ofllce.
Durability, they "aBt \������l..?BVT' ****, are Incomparable.
McRae Bros., Ltd.
Everything for the office.
i<-^ir^ii%��
For Rent
..���..a^...-aa..+
Furnished rooms with bath.    Special rates by
the week.   Talbot House. MS"*.
Lars*   well   furnished   room.   private   family.
Splendid view  of  harbor.     lieiillemen only.
Apply P.O. Box 1619. 164-B
Mclntyre   Hall,   for  concert*.   .'iii.*riulnnients.
dances, etc.   Apply J, H. Rogers, phone 116.
Wanted-Small house, furnlahc.1 "r partly furnished.   State terms to Box K. Dally Nows.14.Mf
Cosy furnished rooms.      Mrs.   Bower, Sotnerael
Kooma. Third Avenue,  bttwsafl Seventh  unil
III a* hill. UMf
THANKS TO MR. BUSCH
Cables Sent by the American
Association
Los Angeles, Cal., July 29.���The
American Medical Association, recently i" session here, has sent
by cable two messages to Ailolphus
Busch at hi-* German villa in
recognition of his liberality in
promoting the aims and interests
of lhe .
reads!
"Adn
walbacli
tison,
34,000
ociation.
The lirsi one
One of the best consign,*^,
of cut flowers was received today
by the Arc,it* Studio, Third ave.
nue. Carnations are selling ver-,
cheap, only 85 cents a ,|()Zln
Roses and other flowers arc cheap
er than they have been this
season.
lhe   IOC
ni' inlii.':
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
���'^m*-** ***** !***�� at **%.,�� *tmj***MW^k**
| Help Want
���r*"** ****Mi**m*^** -*,*mm., *+.,, mm*******
Wanted
1
Wanted,
week.
-A woman tu wash and Iron one day a
Phono *U. if
A woman lo do fancy ironlnit. Wage* *2..V> per
day; also girls to work on manirle. Applv al
onee Pioneer Uundry. 16.V167
Glrl wanted. Immediately, tot light housework.
Apply Mrs. I). Cohan, phone 32' IS0-lf
Miner. |:iM.   Muckers H.IO.  wanted  at  Hlddea
Creek Copper Co.. Goose llay.   Take S.S. Vadso
or Venture. IIMf
MBBBBDOOOBMMM-MlWHMBe.
New        Solid        Ladies
LEATHER BAGS
in Crocodile, Morocco, Etc.
�����������������
THE CORRECT STYLES
Watches      Souvenirs       Jewelry
Porter Wanted
Apply Talh.it ttoom*. 2nd Ave.
144-tf
; For Sale j
I .'si Kiiiitl.h iierambulator for quick sale,
take lie.   Apply P.O. box TUT.
Will
it
OFFICIAL   WATCH   INSFKCTOS   l*OH  ll.T.P.
R. W. Cameron & Co.
Cor. Cth St. and Second Avenue.
PHONE 82
OXXXXMXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXO
il.i's ILisch, Langensch-
Tlie president, Dr. Mat-
committec and
of the American
Medicine Association send hearty
greetings and best wishes and a
rising vole of thanks for your
generosity to the American Medical Association, your donations
to the scientific advancement and
your contribution to its personal
comfort.
(Signed)   JOHN B. MURPHY
"President."
The second one is as follows:
"Ailolphus Busch, l.angcnscli-
walbach,���Cordial greetings, grateful appreciations and best wishes
from American Medical Association."
(Signed)    Murphy,   Corgas,  Jacob!, Welsh, Mattison.
MISS GRANT
Public Stenouraphkr
Stenography anil Typewriting pron-nii,
attended to. r '
OFFICE���CONTINENTAL TRUST CO
Phone 31��.
.Whites Portland Cement.
G. C.
EMMERSON
AGENT
Phone 125      Naden Block      Second An
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Notice to Eagles.
The funeral of our late Brother
George Lichtnauer will be held
at 2 p.m. to-morrow from Hay-
ner's undertaking rooms. All
Brethern are requested to attend.
F. i Sale or Lease-Bet lasted restaurant In
Stewart, no oppoaillon. lilieral terms. Full Information apply or wrlie to ti. George, P.O.
Bos -������ I. Stewart. B.C. luS-168
liefore buying your Stove or Kami* see A. J.
Ilallaml. Mr llrlde and Fifth Ave. Cook sieves
from 114. I.*.**lin
For Sale - Chicken Ranch. .' Slorey houae, household goods. Near Prim*. Kupert. A snap If
Ukrn at once.   Address Box 3S-*. tf
Fire Insurance
���**-*-*****. >sy
THE nritl.h Union and National Fire Insurance
Company of London, l.i gland, with capital
of -s.5isi.f-nn in. See ua for rales. The Mack
Kealtvand lnauranc.Cotnp.nv. TiMf
Business   Chances
���      ousir
1
a.,~+
Notice
T.ii.<' n.'tin* thst tIn- partrcrthip ronilitinir of
Antfui D. Mclnni* ami Frank Kelly. Con tractor*
-rarryinjr on a street contracting builnrii In the
Cily of I'rlnce Kupert. In the Pruvinre of BruUh
Columbia, under thc name of "Mclnni* & Kelly"
.va*(li��*olvc4on the 16th day of July. 1911. All
llabilltleaof the partnership are to be paid by
Anitu* D. .Mclnni**.
A. D. MclN.NIS,
FRANK KI1I.V
Dales, at Prince Rupert thi* 17th day of Julv.liMl
M-1T1
Good money In Movlnv Picture*     Wanted-A
{���arty lo *tart moving picture ahow In Prince
tup-art. Write me for particular*. II. Davi*.
Watertown. Wl*. 137-wl
Tenders Wanted
For building Conrrele Wall, also Slone Foundation.   Ingulre of McCaffery 4 lilbbnns.      1..-��� 1.. r
The   Hoard   ot   Railway   Commissioners,   for
Canada   wilt   hold/a   aitlinf   at   Prlne*   Kupert.
li  C, on or about the 19th day ol Atifust, I'.HI.
1 at th* hour ol 11 o'clock In tho forenoon for the
purpose   of   hearing   matters,   application.,   or
complaint, tiled wifh lhe Hoard and served upon
the   parties   Interested   In   accordance   with   the
Huh*, and Regulations ol the Hoard.
Dy Order ol the Hoard,
A. D. i- Mil wmi.ut.
Secretary
Hoard ot Kailaray
Commissioner* lor Canada.
Dated al Ottawa thia 2Gth Day ol June, 1911.
Notice.
K.  Andei-Min and I.   M. lluaher. Oneral Merchant*, at the ||i., Hm  Klver. Graham Uland.
b..**-1- r-n ���ii*--* -:.�� I      Bu*lne��t will bv carried oti
by the undpr*lgned.
61 J. K. ANDFIt.SON.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICES
$500
$800
$50
Cash buys furnished hotel
with 20 rooms.  Price $1000.
Cash buys line residence
property including Houae on
9th Avenue, Section 6.
Cash buys a nice lot in Section
7, Unlance $26 a month.
Furnished Hotel for Lease.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
Coal Famine Continues
Winnipeg, July 29.���The coal
famine continues throughout Saskatchewan and Allien;.. Even if
all the mines were opened at
one, the famine could not be
dispelled by winter. Tlu* winter's
supply must come form the Sii'tts.
Are You Behind the Times?
You must be, if you haven't
jjot our footwear on. See Scott-
Kroud -S: Co., to catch up.
The Redley Home
Nenr Prince Rupert.
Will Re-open August 25th.
Girls from 6 to 18 years
Boys from 6 to 14 years received
Fee $10 per month
Applications  for  admission should  be
made as soon as possible to the
Superintendent.
Land Registry Office
Re Lots 10, 64 and 171, Range 4,
Coast District
JOHN DYBHAVN
Pattullo Block.
Ski-vna Und DtMlttf    HMrirt ot Coaat It ing* V
Tak* n-ntice that   I, (ieorfa  Klme of Timner,
North Daknu, t\ S. A., farmer. Intend t<> apply ,
tor permlvdon to purchaar the following d-r-crlbed
Sn&^j^-^^e^'lliKcajb 4 Comnanv
thence  ��,uth   40  chain.,   thance  sre-t   40   chaina   "���UOOIUI'CUI     -V&     WllipOllJ
Ihence M-u.h 40 chains, Ihenee ��i-l 40 chain..
Ihence north an chain. In point of romm. neement
eontalnini 4*0 acne more or lea*.
Dal.-IJ.il.   I'., I-..II 1,1 HI'..I    In*.,
Puh. July ��. Fred E. Cowell. Ai.enl
Ski-ens Und Di.lrie.     District of Coaat lUnge V
TaVe nolle* thai 1, l*eler l-araen ol Towner.
North Dakota. U, S. A., farmer, intend lo apply
for tiermiaalon lo purchaM- tho following de> ,-rlbeil
land.
Commencing a.  a post planted at the south-
eaal corner of lait  1729. Ihene. soulh Ml ehalna,
thenre weat   40 chains,  thenee  north  SO chain..
Ihenee ea.t 411 chsin. to point of commence *ii-nt.
Dsted July 15, 1911. PKTKR I.AISKN
Pub July 45, 1911. Fred K. Cowell. Igenl
..Good Frtah   Groceries al City Prices.
OUR GROCERIES are Fresh
nnd Firtt-Cloaa Goods only.
Give us your npxt order for a
 '������ trial.  	
Mussallem & Company
Whereas proof of loss of Certificate of Title
No. 15336c to the above named properly, issued
in the name of the Canadian I'aciHc Sulphite
Company. Limited, hna been tiled in this olllce,
nolice is hereby given lhat 1 shall at the expiration uf one month from the flrst publication hereof issue a duplicate of the aald Certificate of
Title unless in the meantime valid objection be
made to me In writing.
Dated at the Land Koalatry i Hiiro at I'rlnce
Rupert, B.C., this 20th day of June. 1911.
WM. E. U0RRITT.
District Registrar of Titles
I'hone Z2�� lllsek
Skeens laiml lii.lrirt    District ol Coasl Range V
Take nolice thai   I. John  Eveneon of  I'rince
Hupert, laborer. Inlend to apply for permiaalon
lo purchase .he following described lands:
'omnii-nring st  a  poat planled at the southeast corner of la.t 4115, ihence north SO chsina)
Ihence ea��l   111. chain*.  Ihenee south  80 chains.
Ihenee west fio chsins lo point of commencement.
Daled July 1.1, 1911. JOHN EVENSON
I'ub. July 25. Fred E. Cowell, Agenl
6th Ave., East of Mcllrkle
Notice.
In the County Court of Atlin, liolden at
Prince Rupert.
In the matter of  the Official Administrator's Act, and in the matter of
the estate of John  Flanagan, deceased, intestate.
Take notice that by the order of his
Honor, Judge   Young, made  the 28th
day of July, A.O., 1911, I was appointed administrator of the estate of thc
John Flanagan deceased, and all parties
having  claims  againBt thc said estate
are   hereby required to forward same
| properly  verified to me on or before
the  20th  day of August,  A.l)., 1911,
and  all  parties  indebted  to  the  said
estnte are required to pay thc amount
of their indebtedness to me forthwith.
Dated this 28th day of July, A.D.,
1911.
JOHN H. McMULLIN,
Official Administrator.
Skeena Land Diatrict.
District of Coast, Kange 5.
Take notice that Win. Francis Nicholson, of Prince Rupert, 11. C, occupation
locomotive fireman, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the lulluwing
described lands:
Commencing nt a post planted on the
north bank of the Zim-o-got-itz river,
about two miles up stream in a westerly direction from the junction of the
little Zim-o-got-itz river ami the main
Zim-o-got-itz river, and marked Wm.
Francis Nicholson's south-east corner
thence north 40 chains, thence wesl li
chains, thence south 40 chains more or
less to shore line of river, tbence east
40 chains mere or less along shore line
of river to post of commencement, containing 160 acres more or less.
Wm. Fkancis Nicholson,
Geo. R. l'utmnii, agent.
Dated July 17, 1911.
Coaat Kange 5 Land District
Taka   noUoa  that  1,  John   Hepburn ol Kitsumkalum,  occupaUon farmer,  Intend to apply
(or permlsaion to purchase tha followni* doteriMl
laoda:
Commanclng at a post planted at ths nortt,csi.
corner of Lot 39S3, thenoa east 20 chains, UiaKi
south 40 chains, thenca wesl -u chana, tlwnci
nortii 40 chaitia to place oicoinmoncemsat
Dated March IS, lull. JOHN Hhl'liUS
Pub April lu.
S keena Land Diatrlot-District ol Cwiisr
Taka noUoa tbat 1, Perry Qusensn > 1 Prints
Rupert, li. Ca, occupation prospector, inlen-1 :.
apply  for per.nlsaioa to  purcbasu tbe (oiloviBi
deacribed lands.
Commencing at a poat planted In tlie viotutl
ol Ooose llay, aboul liu-ee-elgbta ol a mils suuia
of the moulb ol Uie Sonania Creek, and :- *
00 the easterly boundary ol Timber Lunil Na
S&2S1 ur No. J52b0. thenoe aoulh 40 chains slos|
lhe eaaterly limit of said Tlmbur Limit No. 3��sl
or No. gfkfcOO 40 chains, thunue east to ihs abacs ol
Goo*. Hay, a distance of 40 chains mor* ur sm,
Iheno* northerly along the shun* ol viooss bar
40 chains more or loss, Ibenc* westerly 4l> cfcsua
mor* or less to poinl ol comtiiciiontwot, coDiainirg
100 acres mote ur leas.  .,.���
D.led March 7, 1911. PERRY Q0IBUI
Pub. April T.
Sko.na Land DsUict��� District ul Uuenn thirl-ill
Take'notice that Ci-irg* Krunill nl Vns*s
Ruperl, ll. I ., occupaUon bulchur, intends tu aptly
for pormisaioo lo purchase the luilutving ilurtnt-n
landa:
Commencing at a posl planled aboul ss'ta
mile. w��l and two mils, soulb of thu moult A
Sunl.y Creek where ll einpuos into Nsuta
Harbor, Graham Island, tbence SO cbaina aiu-.a.
thence SO cbaina weat, thance bO chains norta,
thenoe 00 chana eaat to point ol MMM*
and containing 040 acres moro orless.    	
Dated March 17. 1911 OEORGL Hll'^tU
Pub. Aorll 7. Numa Dtmwa. Antl
Skeena Und DUtrict���Diatrict ut Csauar
Taka notica that 1 Francis S. I'naton ol i1.net
Rupert. H. C occupation prospector, .mend is
apply  lor permission  to purchase tba lollusal
de-scribed landa:
Commencing at a post planled sboul Inn*
milea south and two mllos wost ul <n< '>'������ '
tbe While and Flat riven,, ihence soulb 60 ��.���>��
Ibence eaal 80 chaina, Ibence norlb H cliu*
tbenos wost 80 chains. ������iaT,nl
Dat*d April 20. 1911.     FRANCIS S. I'l.tsTON
Pub May 13
Skaana Und District-District of Cout Ha*��
Take notce lhat 1. Joo Jack ol ln.es It.Ml
It. Cm occupation carponter, inland io apply '��
permlsaion   lo   purchase  the  lollowlng ileKria-M
Commencing at a post planted sboul ikieMjj*
one-hall miles distant lu a aoulh wealcli) ilmci*"
Irom a blind aluugh from Observatory Inlii ������
the same touehea the Indian lleserve theic* m
80 cha ns. ibence >ntth 80 chains, ttirnce ���n*""
chaina, Ihenee south 80 chains to pol"1 " K��
mencoment, conUining 610 acres moro ur l*��
Daled April 14. 1911. ���"-"��� J*1*-'
Pub. May 13.
Skoena Und District-District ol Coast 1U��I< *
Take notice lhal Utile McTevlab ul laneuui*
U. Oa, occupation married woman, ""���J!
apply lor permiasion to purchaso tbe umm
deacribed lands: ,    ������..
Commencing al a posl plsnted st llic i"'"*'
west corner 100 chains aaat and W.ff^"H
from tha northeast corner ol Ut 1Mb. ''���'."'.
Skeena Und Diatrie. -
Take notice that  I,
District ol Coaal Range V
Peter Erickson of Prince
Skeena Ul	
Tako notice
nd District-District &tV%Q$L-
-itlce that Frank Uvick ol ��"T"T
tM-aaal i.....*,*,.���.,....    Intend*   1��  ta
Commonclng  at  a  post   planted Jiiou   ������ j
miles west and two mUes soulh ol le""!^
Ol.ala.     I-Maa*.      avkow.     il      emtltlCS       XtlXO    1"
ANOTHER  WRECK
Fifteen Person*- Reported Killed
Near Bangor Maine
(Canadian Pr.*** Despatch)
H**''K��>r, Me., July 20,   I'ifu.n
persons are reported killed In ���
lu-.iil-on   collision   Inu*   Inst   night
between a crowded excursion train
and tin- midnight train fr..m Vance*
lH.ro to  Bangor,    Several persons
wen* injured.
Rupert, laborer, Inlend to apply for permission
In purchase (he following ileacriiieil landa:
t'ommenring at a post planted on the north
bank ol Williams Creek where lhe railway right-
of-way cnaaww and :. chains back from lhe creek
bank, Ihence south 30 chains, Ihenee east 40
chains, thence north '10 chaina, thenee wesl 40
chains lo point of commencement.
Daled July 7, 1911. PETER ERICKSON
I'uh. July 25. Fred E. Cowell, Agenl
Skn-na Und Hi.trict    Diatrict ol Coa.t Range V
Take no.ice lhat I, Henjamin A. Fish of Towner,
N.   D.,   occupation   merchant,   Inlend   lo   apply
for permission to purchase the following described
Commencing al a post planted on the east
boundary and about five chains from lhe southeast corner of IM list, ihence north 60 chaina,
Ihence east 30 chains, thenee south 60 chsin.,
Ihenee weat 30 chsins (o poinl of commencement
Dated June 24, 1911. 1.1.MAM IN A. FISH
Pub. July 25. Fred E. Cowell, Agenl
Skeens Uad lli.trict     lli.lrlc. nf Coast Range V
Take notice lhal I, Adolph II. Chrislitnaon of
Towner,   North   Dakota,   occupsllon   a.lorney-
sl-lsw, Inlend lo apply for permission lo purchase {
the following descrilied land.:
Commencing at a poet planted about one snd
one-hsll rr.ilw. (1 1-2) northea.l of the head of'
Trout River on lhe wegsrslde of Ukelse Uke, '
and about I chains from the lake-front, Ihence
south HO chains. Ihence west 80 chains, Ihence
nnrlh SO chaina, Ihence east 80 chains lo point
of commencement.
ADOI.PII II. CII1U8TIAN80N
Hated June 30, 1911. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
Pub. July lb.
Skeens Und District    llia.ri-1 ol Coaal Range V
Take   notice   that   I,   Paul   llagen   of   Prince
lluperl,  laborer.   Intend  lo  apply   lor  permiasion
.o purcbaae the lollowlng de-scrlbed landa:
Commeneing at a poat  planted on  the north
bank  ol  William.  Creek  about  60  ehalna aoulh-'
1**s. Irom R. ll��� thenee south 40 chaina   thene*
eaal   HI   chain*,  tbenee   north   40  ehalna,  thene* I
weal 40 chains to point ol commencement.
...ted.July 7. 19ir FALL IIAUEN '
Fr��4 B. Co-wall, Agmt
CURES  HEAD   ACHE  INSTANTLY
Acts more quickly than tablets,pills or wafers
If your dealer does not keep them we will mall
you a box (18 powders) on receipt of 26 cents.
' . J. MATHIEU Co ,Prop... Sherbrooke. P.Q.
One,   occupation   bookkeeper,   inumo-  ���   -y
for permlsaion to purchase the lollowing iloui""
""'": planted  sbout h"J
.i.i h <
Stanley   Creek   where   it   emptle*   ....-
Harbor, Graham Island, thence M (tag Jg
thence 80 chains east, thsnee 80 sjttittmm
Ihence 80 chaina west to point ol cummsniw"
and conUnlng 640 acres more or less.        tvifK
Dated March 17, 1911. .FHAi.h.i. AMI
Pub. AprU 7.
from lha northeast corner til L*t ���-
Survey, Coast Dlatricl.Rangs ti.lhcncv N ����'��
aouth, thonce 80 chains east, thence so m��
north, Ihence 40 chains wost, lb"'"',<"��� "'"T
south, thenca 40 chains west to posl ol cumin"
cement, conUining 400 acrea more or ..�������� o
Dated May 2, 1911. LO. "I  IN" ��� ��"H
Pub. May 0. Fred W. I-"1'*"- A,'��'
Skaana Und District-District ol ��ue*n tsarl.ua
Take notloi th.t J. il" .ilurphy.ol VMJJJg
U.  C, occupatiun commercial travel ��r. '��'"
to apply for parmiaaion Xo purchaao mu law*'**
duacriliod lands: ,    |A���  ..,��.
Commencing  at  a   post  planted "���"���JJJS
mile, west and one milo soulh from inu aw
of SUnly Creok. Nailan Harbor, thenc.. nur"
chains, thance west 40 chains, Ihenc* ���"���"���
chains, thenco east 40 c    ins. .imiPllY
Dated March 17, 1911. *I.   '��� " ,",',,,t
l-ub. April 22. Numa Hamer* ���*��"'
Numa Dennis. A|t��
Skeena Land Dlstrlct-Dlatrlct of Ojl >
Take notico that I. Mrs. John Corley n ���     .,
Rupert. B.C.. occupation married womsn. ni
to apply for permission to purchase the u
descrilied Isnds: ,  ,��� ���,.:-, rs,t
Commencing at a post planled �� r""'tnfrof
and 120 chains aouth from the auuthwes. coi ^
lot 178.1, Coast District, Range t, them' "'�� h s
chains, thence east 40 chains, thence non (M
chains, thence wost 40 chains more xtt xmv ^
point of commencement, containing �����
more or less, , , -,,���i t*Y
MRS. JOHN (Utile) CORbM
Dnte Mar. 2n, 1911
I'ub. Apr. 4. 1911
"FROM HOME TO HOME.
Pub. July U.
F. M. DAVIS Sa\Z
General Machine Shop and Shlp'a
Carpentering. Also agents for Falr-
''anks-Morse and Knox Gasoline
fc-ngines. Giwoline Engines and Accessories carried In atock.
U-sMhas-wdBMla lee Hire   HA. mmt *t W.mt
HOTEL   ELYSIUM
Sid. Sykes, Manager
The Finest, Newest and Most Up-to date Hotel In Vancouver.
Excellent Cafe. Moderate Prices.
1142 Pender Street West
Phone 8500.
Vancouver,
B.C

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