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Array THE  WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending 5 a.m.,
Aug. 16
avriMI'      MIN.TEIir.    BAR.        IN. RAIN
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The Daily News
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^    NEXT MAILS
N    For SOUTH
Prince Kupert Friday, a.m.
for North
Princess Muy Monday p. m.
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
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WL. II, NO. 185
Prince Rupert, B.C., Wednesday, August 16, 1911.
Price Five Cents
REM CAffflPAIG
[USH ON m LOTS IN
NEW TOWN OF TERRACE
ley to the Fertile Kitsumkalum and Lakelse Valleys
at Littleton Station on the G.T.P.   is Close to
Little Canyon Bridge-List of Local Investors
All the keenest commercial eyes
|f   Canada,   the   United   States
ami indeed the world, are cornering
In I'rince Rupert and on the line
|f the Grand Trunk Pacific rails' eastwtirds along the Skeena
liver from Prince  Rupert  over
|j e firsi hundred miles of which
���ains are running regularly.    In
���rince Rupert everyone is saying
|i.it the up river country is going
do woi tiers in  development.
k'ith et'.i-h advancing mile of ra.il-
\>.v\ laid eastwards Prince Rupert
nple being right on the spot can
��� these wonders happening. They
how what they are doing, and
���ley   are   putting   their   money,
piitu-y   made   in   Prince   Rupert
cvelopment, into some of the up
|vcr lownsites.   Take for instance,
in* new townsite of Terrace just
In the market.   liven before the
���mounccment  of sale  had  been
lut for an hour or two numbers
|f leading Prince Rupert citizens
id planked their money confident*
in Terrace lots.
Where is Terrace?
Terrace is a wonderfully happily
lliiccd   townsite  situated  at   the
lew station of Littleton one mile
l-i'st of Little Canyon.    Wiih no
lilier   station   within   four   miles
\\ ii in either direction, and only
mile away from the one place
\n the Skeena River  where   the
lovernment Engineer has found
|l best to plan the erection of the
all-important Little Canyon bridge,
Terrace has really no rival as a
centre for the Kitsumkalum and
Lakelse Valleys. Everyone in the
Prince Rupert district, and all
experienced investors in British
Columbia properly, realise the
importance to British Columbia
of the Lakelse and Kitsumkalum
Valleys. Lakelse galley according
to the latest Government Report
comprises 200,000 acres of line
agricultural land. Kitsumkalum
Valley includes 100,000 acres. These two valleys have soil and
climate equal to any agricultural
dislrict in British Columbia���the
Okanagan not excepted. Summer
frosts arc unknown, and lhe district is just beyond the rain belt
with a perfect climate both for
farming, and fruit growing. Every
one in Prince Rupert knows the
Lakeslse strawberries, ami it is
an established fact that apples,
cherries, and plums can be raised
successfully with other fruits.
Right on Railway
There can Ik- no question but
that the development of this whole
district will go ahead by leaps
and bounds. Already the Grand
Trunk Pacific Railway is opened
up and running a regular service
of trains past the.Station. The
Government is putting money into
roads and trails to open up the
CONTINUED ON PAGE *l
Ketchikan's Big Strawberry is
Some  Berry All  Right
Evidently there's something in
forest culture and the like after
all, if we are to take as evidence
the big strawberry "Tom" Gardner of Lhe local fores ry office
brought to the Ketchikan Miner
office this week. It wasa whopper,
says the editor of the Miner, measuring five inches around the waist,
and tasted just as good as it looked,
which is saying a great deal.
A New Alphabet
Washington, Aug. 10.���,\ congress of nations to adopt a "world
alphabet" is asked for in a bill
introduced before Congress.
BASEBALL SCORES
Northwestern League
Vancouver 5, Portland 3.
Seattle 5, Victoria 2.
Spokane 5, Tacoma 2.
American Laegue
Chicago (i, Detroit 1.
Niw York 0, Washington 1.
National League
Bos on 9, Brooklyn 0.
Pacific Coast League
Portland 3, Los Angeles 0.
San Francisco 7, Sacramento 3.
P. R. Indoor Baseball League.
Royal Blue Ribbons vs. Empress at the Auditorium Thursday
evening, August 17th. Game
called at 8.45 sharp. Admission
25 cents.
A  UNIQUE JOURNEY
Newfoundlander   on   a   World
Trip  with  Dog  Team
Superior, Wis., Aug. 10.���Traveling around the world with a dog
team for a wager of $10,000,
William Brown of St. Johns, N. F.,
arrived yesterday in Superior, having completed all of the trip except
thc distance between here and
Newfoundland.
According to the terms of the
wager, which was made with a
sporting club of St. Johns, Brown
had to go around the world with
a dog team in five years. He
left there on Christmas day 1900,
and expects to cover the remainder
of the distance in time to win his
wager.
G. T. P. SETTLEMENT SIGNED AT VICTORIA
Special to the Daily News.
Victoria. Aug. 16.���It is reported here that the Provincial
Government has agreed to the terms of the settlement of the
Grand Trunk assessment with the City of Prince Rupert.
Premier McBride's signature is attached to the proposed
settlement which binds the government to transfer 100 feet of
waterfrontage to the city for a city wharf.
FORTIFYING THE
PANAMA CANAL
Vork to Begin at Pacific Entrance, Says General Leonard
Wood. Chief of United States
Army Staff.
(Special in the Daily News)
Washington, Aug. 14.���The construction of fortifications of the
Panama Canal will begin this week
|u the Pacific entrance of the
.itcrway, said General Leonard
JVood, chief of staff of the army,
Mm has jusi returned to Washing*
"ii from Panama, and soon after
pniv.ii reported to the president
In- war department will endeavor
Incomplete the foriilic.itions simultaneously with the opening of the
cant'I.
Vancouver, Aug. 15. Mr. Robert Henry Duke, general manager
of the B. C. Permanent Loan
Company of this city, passed away
at the Cn-ner.il llosipial having
failed to rally from an operation
for appendicitis.
London, Aug. 18.���Mr. Will
Crooks, the London leader, on
behalf of lhe laboring interests,
will submit a bill in the House of
Commons for the purpose <>f establishing  industrial  conciliation
courts along the lines of present
Canadian conns of ihis character.
ISTEEL A HUNDRED MILES
WEST 0FEDS0N ON G.T.P.
(Excellent Account of Track Laying Progress   Labor
Troubles Overcome���Work Going Rapidly Ahead���
The Golden  Spike  Glimmers Good Deal
Nearer Now
out homesteads and were anxious
lo gel back to the farm. However,
as the days went by a large numbi r
of men were employed and have
been working steadily ever since.
Big Crane Busy
The work at laying the steel
has been going <>n steadily all
summer. The grading litis been
pushed ahead and the work proceeded with in a systematic man-
net. As soon as the grading was
completed a gam: of men would
Ml in line and lay lhe ties, after
which came the< steel.   A large
crane litis been used on the work
all summer, says the Fori George
Herald, and several work I rains
have been ordered out til different
times conveying the gravel, ties
and rails.
Edson, Aug. 15.-The day that
I'll,   laying  of  the   steel  on   the
���Grand Trunk Pacific Railway be-
ltWcen Edmonton and Prince Ru-
11" ft will be made is not far distant.
" Ith large gangs of men at work
Ithe steel now extends a distance
if Kill miles west of Edson.   Extra
I K*'1 k's have been placed on the job
�������� *> section gang forces are being
jtmploycd  to  maintain   the  road
l**a' lias been laid.
Labor Troubles
"'"ing ihe early part of the
"""���"'* considerable trouble was
I experienced with the laborers. No
'iiait.t how much money was
Offered them for their services the
mci* persisted in quitting.   One
WCUS0 ���|Tm,,| for (hia was |)t,(..,,|sl,
01 ll*e fact that several had staked
BUILD BIG PAPER MILL
IF RECIPROCITY PASSES
Mr. John Moore, Leading Banker, Financier and  Paper Manufacturer of the State of Maine Coming to Prince Rupert if
Reciprocity Goes Through.���-Will Ship Paper
by Way of Panama Canal to the Atlantic
States.-���Will Mean a Great Thing
For Northern B.C.
NEED MARRIED SETTLERS
TO FARM UP THE RIVER
Mr. L. Seaman   Returned  From   a  Trip to Lakelse
and Naas Valleys has Encouraging Story to
Tell.���Says the Country is Both
Rich and Beautiful.
Recently back from a trip to the
Lakelse and River valleys Mr. L.
Seaman of Seaman -S: Cole, has
a lot of things to say lhat a lot
of people ought to know. Mr.
Seaman is worth listening to on
topics connected wiih land and
development for in his varied
career he has spent several years
in active farming work.
A Great Hinterland
"The man who says that Prince
Rupert has nothing behind her,
doesn't know anything of what litis talking about," he declared
with emphasis. "Prince Rupert
has land of the very best and
richest kind behind her, that will
bring fortunes to the nun who
work them. I knew something of
what the land wa.s before-1 went
up on my last trip, but my last
trip was a revelation to me. I saw
lard uji there in thc Naas that was
level and drained and had hardly a
tree on it to clear. I saw ticris
and acres of the finest berries
growing wild. 1 stiw some of the
most   beautiful   scenery   thai   it  berries an* worth 18,500, but in-
river. "I have t oticed i. in
several rivers, thai one side is
gravelly and ihe other not. The
Fraser and the Columbia have a
similar character."
Want Married Settlers
"What is needed most of all
is a lot of married settlers," he
said. "Many of ihe prc-cinpiors
are singl. fellows. They stay-
in their cabins on the land all
winter, and in the summer, instead of staving and working the
land, they g<> off to work on the
roads or in the camps. A married
man will stay with his family on
ihe land and make it pay."
As illustration of what he means,
Mr. Seaman (old of visiting a preemption a few miles from Breeken-
bridges Lai-ding where three and a
half acres were in strawberries.
"I have lived in llu- Garden of
Eden district of Washington but
never saw berries like these," he
says, "but instead of marketing
them ilu- owner was away in a
camp up ilu- river.   Those straw-
is possible for ihe eye to see."
River Trip Deceptive
The trip up the Skeena by rail,
Mr. Seaman dtscrilics as rather
deceptive to the man who is looking for land. "On the railway
side," he said, "the soil is sand end
gravel. On thc opposite side it is
loamy." He says that characteristic extends all  the way up  the
stead of marketing them, they
were lefi to rot in the sun. A
married man would have more
'git up and get' io him than that."
Mr. Seaman siys the character
of the land alurs considerably
after mile 75. At mile 10.*> where
he struck inland In- describes the
lard as rich .ind hiaiitiful.
"If reciprocity goes through and the $6 a ton
duty comes off paper I and
several business associates
will be coming up into
your district to look out
for timber limits and a
���ite for a pulp and paper
mill, to make paper for
the market in New York."
The above is ihe substance of
a portion of a private letter
received by Mr. M. P, McCaffery
..I McCaffery & Gibbons, (rom Mr.
John Moore of Boston, one of the
leading financiers of the state of
Maine.
A Wealthy Man
Mr.  Moore  is president  of  the
Miiiinockect Trust Company, a
director of thc Liberty Trust
Company of Boston, and a heavy
shareholder in the Great Northern
Pa|K*r Company, the largest pulp
and paper making concern in the
world. His interests in the paper
making business have brought him
into   contact   with   tin*   leading
paper makers of the continent, and
apparently several of them have
their eyes on Northern British
Columbia as a paper making country if reciprocity goes through,
mtikiiig paper free of duty.
Demand for Paper
There is a grcat and Increasing
demand for paper, especially newsprint, in lhe United States, the
mills working night and day to
keep up with lhe demand.
When   the   Panama   Canal   is
completed) British Columbia will
lie brought practically next door
to New York and thc Atlantic
States.
Ship via Panama
In his letter Mr. M..ore intimates
that il is his in trillion lo ship
paper from Northern Briiish Columbia direct to New York by the
way of the Panama Canal. The
freighl rale by sleamer from Prince
Rupert to New York will be less
than ihe railway freight rale now
required from Maine.
For all commercial purposes British Columbia ill be as near or
nearer to the great pulp and paper
markets  as   Maine,   Quebec   <>r
Ontario.
Farsighted Man
Mr. McCaffery who in his younger days served as clerk in a bank
of which Mr. Moore was president,
says lhat Mr. Moore is one of the
shrewdest and far seeing of financial
men in the state of Maine.
BUSY DAYS AT
TETE JAUNE
Any Amount of "Boomers" Occupy the Town Construction
Work Keeps Everybody Lively
Tetc Jaime Cache now has a
floating population of over two
hundred people. There are two
general si.ires and a. hotel, besides
a number of small, r business places.
The population of the town is
largely made up of "boomers"���
small merchants and others who
follow the construction and grading
gangs.
This is   he riport  to the Fori
George Herald of Pat Carrig.in
who, with Jack Fount..in and
George Williams arrived there this
Week, having made the 800-mile
canoe trip down river in four days.
Trains are now running to within
00 miles of the Cache, and from
the railroad a good wagon road
extends to the held of Eraser
River navigation. This road has
also been built several miles east
of lhe Cache in lhe direction of
Fori   George.
For His Little Frisk
G. Rumble waa fined live dollars
and c.sis today fur having bewn
Irunk and disor.lerlv List night.
AVIATION MEET BECOMES
A CARNIVAL OF DEATH
Spectators at Great International Aviation Meet Witness Two Horrible  Deaths -One   Aviator   Gets
Broken   Neck   and  Another Pinned  to  His
Machine Drowns in the Lake
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AN INSULT TO CANADIAN INTELLIGENCE
(Special to the Daily News)
Simcoe, Ontario, August 16. Here in the "home of reciprocity," before an immense audience which packed every inch of the space in the Town Hall, Sir Wilfrid
Laurier commenced his campaign last night.
In a masterly speech, full of spirit, he gave an exposition of the principles of
the reciprocity movement that charmed the large audience.
The idea that the consummation of reciprocity would mean the annexation of
Canada to the United States he scoffed at and said it was "an insult to the intelligence
of the Canadian people."
He declared that the reciprocity agreement would be ratified soon after the House
re-assembled, for he was confident that the Liberals would be returned to power.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Chicago, Aug. 10.���Two aviators, William I'.. Badger of Pitts-
1'iirg, and St. Croix Johnstone
of Chicago, both young men, lost
their lives at  ihe  International
Aviation    Meet    here    yesterday.
Death in both cases was due to
unexplained accidents probably the
results of  unexpected   defects  in
the machines.
Hurled to Death
Badger who was the first victim
came to his death in a pil in ihe
aviation  field.    There   had   been
i Haw in one of the wings of the
died f.tt down lo the bottom of
llu pil.    His nei k Mas broken and
In* expired at once.
Pinned and Drowned
Johnstone who fell front ,i distance of five hundred feet pinned
under his engine, was drowned
in tin lake. He WAS .'aught under
lhe heavy engine in the Moissant
monoplane In was driving and
carried far ..in into Lake Michigan.
Ilis body was not brouglu to thc
surface until an hour later.
A Tragic Carnival
The two tragic events (ollowing
o closely alter each other east  tt
lititirititititititiritirixiritixi
(I I propellor of the Baldwin machine  gloom over the meet.
��lhe  drove.    The  Centrifugal  force!	
* (broke   the   propeller,   upset   tin*I    ll  there's a   classified  ad  that
ft 1 delicate equilibrium of the machine I you'd like to answer, retnembn
aat9itSgi&i$i'--9$$��oat��a$t^attaaaig-i-i s-iand Badger was dashed one hun-lyou live in a classified city.
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77?e Da//tV */Veu)s
77ie Leading Newspaper and Ihe Largest Circulation in Northern B. C.
Published by the Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
DAILY AND WEEKLY
SUBSCRIPTION RATES-Daily, 50c per month, or $5.00 per year, in advance.
Weekly, $2.00 per year.   Outside CANADA-Daily, $8.00 per year; Weekly,
$2.50 per year, strictly in advance.
TRANSIENT DISPLAY ADVERTISING-50 cents per inch.    Contract rates
on application.
HEAD OFFICE
Daily News Building, Third Ave., Prince Rupert, B. C.   Telephone 98.
BRANCH OFFICES AND AGENCIES
New York-National Newspaper Bureau, 219 East 23rd St., New York City.
Seattle -Puget Sound News Co.
London, England-The Clougher Syndicate, Grand Trunk Building, Trafalgar
Square.
Reciprocity will remove the tt.x of SI.25 per thousand from British
Columbia rough lumber.
Reciprocity will open the markets of the Southern Pacific States
to the lumber of British Columbia.
Reciprocity will turn our forests into wealth production, and
give employment to many thousands of men.
Reciprocity will necessitate the erection of many sawmills throughout the province.
Reciprocity will make trade for lines of vessels carrying lumber
from British Columbia to the ports of the lowe.r coasl.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skocnii Land District-District o .toast Range \
T.Sn nolice lhal  I, lii-orge Knm* o   Towner,
North Dakota, f. S. A., tarmur. inland to upply
lot 11Hr1t.ta.10n to purchase tht toilOWllH described
ImitLi:
Commencing  at  *  DJ
S&rSShVsVC'4Si ~~j " ,'���""���
kaOM ��outh 10 chains, thenco west 40 chain.,
thence north MJ chains to point ol commencement
containin,! 4SU ucr.*s more or less.
Hated July 15, 11*11 Pa?-1},1*0*, K.*r���,
I'ub July U. Frod B. Cowell, Agent
post planted at tho south-
"   ihence exit  60 chains.
New
Knox
Hotel
^WSfti8ft2JM,K  BESNER & BESNER,   Proprietors
North Dakota, V. BTt2, larmer, inlend to apply
for permUsion to pi
Daily Edition.
Wednesday. Aug. 16
WHAT RECIPROCITY WILL DO
In addition to reducing the cost of living, opening up great markets
for our lumber, our fish and our minerals, reciprocity will double the
present population of Prince Rupert. This statement is made on the
authority of J. P. Todd of Seattle, whom the Seattle Daily Times
declares is "the best posted man on fishing matters in the Northwest."
Rei iprocity will open the market of the Pacific States imniedi ttely.
In two years' time the Panama Canal will be open to the \.���> 1- "���
the world. Reciprocity plus the Panama Canal, in two years
time will open the markets of every state on the Atlantic coast
from Texas to Maine to the lumber of British Columbia.
lor in
land.
Ol    fl II    I Se lllarl ���    I1ITT    ���fj���A a.l_ l*--i
urchin*.' the lollowing doacribed   The New  Knox  Hotel is run on the hurnpean
M   itV.
Commencini! at a post planled at the southeast corner ol Lot l~'2\>, ihenco south ��0 chains,
thenco west io chains, thonce north 80 chains,
thenee eaat to chains to point ol commencement.
Haled July 15, I'Jll. .   1'ETEK LAUSEN
I'ub July 2i. 1911. frod B. Lowell, Agent
Skeena Land Dislrict���DUtrict ol Coast Itange V
T.ke nolico lhat  I, John  Kvenson ol  I'rince
RuMrt, laborer,  intend lo apply lor permission
to purchase the (ollowing described lamia:
Commencing at  a  post  plsnted at  tho southeast corner ol Lot 1415. thenco north so chains,
plan.   First-class service.
Improvements.
All the Latest Modern
BEDS 50c UP
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
SAVOY HOTti
Fraser and Fifth Bt
Tba only hotel Id -.,,..,
with hot and cold �����..���,
er in rooms.   If.... -,:;.
fished house north ol
\ ancouver. R-���m, *,lc
P.O.
Double Weekly Service
No wonder the lumbermen of British Columbia want redpre**-..** ��� *ne-ncve��,t 60 chains, thence south ��o chains, _, Prince Ruoert S.S. Prince George
. , r  I   i    *   t. i     .   :..    Ilrt'iJi    thenee west 60 chains to point ol commencement.     **'a- K      * ���*���
ns the dawn of a new and brighter   day in  Hrui-n  g5Sj2J3,mi. _ John evknson ^^^m\\
Reciprocity m
Columbia's commercial history
Dated July .
I'ub. July '2b.
Fred E. Cowell, Agent
SUIVEZ LE PANACHE BLANC
���ike-en* Land DUtrict���Dutrict of Coast Kange V
Take notice that I,  IVter Erickson of I'rince
Itupert.  laborer,  intend te> apply for permiasion
to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a poat planted on the north
bank of Williams Creek where the railway right-
of-way crossed and 3 chains back from the creek
hank, thence south 30 chains, thence east 4U
chains, thence north 30 chains, thence west 4U
chains to point of commencement.
Dated July T, 1911. I'ETER KKICKSON
Tub. July 25. Kred E. Cowell, Agenl
mm.
Not that J. P. Todd is a friend of reciprocity. J. P. Todd is allied
to those "interests" who prosper under a tariff. His men have been
accustomed to go in their boats out to the Canadian halibut banks
and load up. The Canadian fishermen could not come into the market. There was a duty of a cent a pound on the fish caught by a
Canadian fisherman. This corralled the market for J. P. Todd and
the St.tttle fishermen, Laving the Canadian fishermen out In the cold..
Sir Wilfrid Laurier, en arrivant a -Montreal de la Coronation,
dans un discours qui fui marque d'applaudissements spontanis 11
termine avec les fanfares eclau-rent et bruyantes, notre chef a conclu:
"Messieurs les electeurs, j'arrive devant vous plein dc courage
et de sele p<>ur defendre la cause ilu peuple canadien toui entier.
"Je n'ai plus longttinps a vivn mais je soutieiidrai la lutti
jusqu'au Ihjiu. Quand je ne serai j.lus, ce sera a im* j. imes amis
d'accomptir ma tache.
"Je dis aux vieiix comme .utx jeunes ce quie disai; Henri I\ :
Suivez mon panache blanc, vous le trouverez toujours i-ub. Jut>�����.
..a. 1^ .L._t.  A*. Iknnn.nr a>t As* la   olnire " Sk.��na Land DUlrict���DUtrict ol Coaat Range V
sur le cnemin de I nonneur et ae ia gioire. Tllu, nolte( lhlt , A(il).ph ��� ehruti.ruwn oi
"Suivez  mon  panache  blanc:    c est  ma  chevelure  de  Tojnjr, Nofth  Dakota,  occupation  attorn*
Skeena Land DUtrict���District ol Coast Range V
Take notica that 1, Benjamin A. Fish of Towner,
N. 1'.. occupation merchant, intend to apply
lor permission lo purchase the foUowing described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the east
boundary* and about live chains Irom the southeast oorner ol Lot 44SI, thence north 00 chains,
thence east tlo chains, thenca south 60 chains,
tbence west 30 chaina to point of commencement.
Dated June til, lull. 11ENJAM1N A. FISH
Fred E. Cowell, Agent
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Mondays and Fridays, 8 a.m.
69 ans.
Tinu
This i> what J. P. Todd says in an interview in the Seattle Daily
Under the reciprocity bill fish are admitted free of
duty. If this measure carries, the halibut fleet that makes
Seattle its headquarters will move to Prince Rupert as
soon as the Grand Trunk Pacific is completed to the Coast."
The loss to Seattle will be whatever money or busineis
6,000 fishermen involve."
NEW ESTABLISHMENT FOR
FUNERAL UNDERTAKING ��
For Slewart, Thursdays and Sundays
at B a. m. Special fare on Sunday
boat, -all. oil return including meals
and berth.
���i. Prince Albert sails for Port Simpson, Naas River, Masset, Naden
Harbor, Wednesdays, 1.00 p.m.
and for:
Queen Charlotte Island  points,   Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service to Copper River
one-hail  milt*    I   1-2")  norma*.t  ol the head ol   aa*..,,,* t..,i���a fmm Peinr*o Pnnort W.mI
Trout Itiver on tha wow side ol LakcUo Uke.   HtteM trains trom r-nnee Itupert wen
ar.d alKtut  5 chaina Irom tha lake-front, thence
aoulh tu chains, thance west so chains, thence
north SO chains, thence east *MJ chains lo point
of comraenceme.lt.
AD0LPII H. CHRISTIANSON
Dated June 30, 1911. Fred It. Cowell, Agent
Jut;. 2i
Windsor Hotel
FIRST AVKNL'E AT EIGHTH .-TKEET
Newly_F.jrni.hed and
Steam Healed Roomi
A  FIRST   CLASS BAR   AND  DIKING
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATES 50 CENTS AND IP
BATHS   FREE   TO   Gt'ESTS
ROBT. ASHLAND
P.O. BOX 37
jtt-U*. intend to apply (or permission to purchuo
tht (ollowing dusenbod Unds:
Commencing at a poit planted about one and
Messrs. Hayner Bros., to Build Chapel, Offices and
Embalming Rooms on Grenville Court.���
Buildings in Mission Style with
Every Modern Device.
Messrs.   Havncr   Brotlu-r
Kupe-rt, U. C-a occupation miner, intends to apply
(or pernuwion to purchase tba following described
luds:
Commencing at a post plsnted on tbe south
aiia o( Lichumsik* Kiver, about 2 1*- miles Irom
IU cor.(lurnet- with the Skeena Kiver ��r*d about
1-2 mU-as weet (rom Hxchumuks raptis, tbence &-J
cii.-as r-.a-.rt.. thenoe 40 chaina east, thenco iii
ehaina soum. thence 40 chains weet io point o
commencement, contsining J'-U acres more or
less.    Tost marked    11. M   S.W. cor."
the buil.li.iK will exactl, meet iu | RftJiSf,?-""���   UENRY -"CARTSEV
purpose.   Funeral
ducted  there  and
���!���-��>)tiii-> o'ii-
th.   last   tad
keana Land Dutrict-DUlrict ol Coast Range 5
Taka   notica   that   Stanley   Green   of   Princ*
Rupart, It. C. occupation miner, intends lo apply
services rendered the dead will be gjj^ri-iias-on to purchase the ioiio��mg d.*crib*d
c.irriitl out in qui)I dignity with-
i.m ostentation.
Experienced Undertakers
*'iiliiig to their present equipment  many of   the  wry  latest
appliances which have brought t.
perfectiem the an
What money and business do six thousand fishermen involve?
In the first place there are the wives and families of the married ' -Messrs. Hayner Brothers are
fishermen. Six thousand fishermen will have at least six thousand; about to start at once on the
dependents;  probably twice that .-mount. erection  of a  new  and  entirely
Six thousand fishermen will need between them several thousand. up-to-date undertaking establish-
homes. Those homes will have to be built by Prince Rupert car- ment on one of the fan shaped
pcnter>. They will have to be built on lots at present held by lot lots on Grenville Court adjoining
owners in this dty. the Salvation Arim Citadel.   The
Six thousand'fishermen and their families will need food, they ground space measures 2S ft. x 50
will need clothes, they will bring abundttnt wants with them, all of ft- x 100 ft., and will allow : the
which the merchant.*, of Prince Rupert will have to satisfy. erection of a very' ���'������ <  mbtm rial
Six thousand fishermen will need boats and repairs.   The trade building which is just what the
of a fleet of -ix thousand fishermen in Prince Rupert will keep a -hip-! Messrs Hayner havi planned. Thc
yard and leverel engine works busy. 8round ha* 1��**-�� '******- for ��� con"
  Isiderable term and  the building,training and  experience
J. P. Todd "the best posted man on fishing matters in the North- will be of a permanent -,\|k*
west" states that if reciprocity carries ?ix thousand fishermen and all Elengantly Equipped '  at.e
the money ar.d business involved with them will move from Seattle     Chapel for funeral services, offi- " fittingly as any of the linn- in ska��a und Di-^-bbukitoic��.t r.����, s
��� ��� ��� a a * g~* * *-*-*| lake notce tnat *Ur*JoM *>**e.l Hell ol I rince
to Prince Rupert. ces.   and   embalming   room*.,   all  the <*ii|, r eeiitro ol I an.'tla.    I h    Rupert, u. c, occupation io��omoii�� .nuaeer,
.-.a.|.a. iBtaods to apply lor permiaalon to purchaM lh*
Every voter in Prince Rupen without regard to the usual con- spacious and convcnincily arranged "i*'!' ���   at.nii.ti   t��   tneir  omcesili
sideretions of party >hould vote for ihe reciprocity candidate when are includetl in the plat ���.   I- -id-  w'-- '���>��� leduded and quiet.   Whil
(* * - ��� i *        I I*  l> * L.        n.um distant   up*v
the time c��nu*a the lurri-ahinc*   BttulKi Up- ,n "!������ laria-r clays "i I rince KU- from th* lunction oi the uiu* zimogoiiu Kiv.r
, ���     ���      t   .. and lh* main Zlmogutiu Itiver, thence north 10
Six thousand fishermen with all the money and bu**ine��s thty holsicring  will   lie   very   highly I*" mere was no lacic oi aignity cui-ja, thane* .���� io chain., tmm^soutb^��o
involve i> just whtit Prince Rupert needs. finished and in the very !..*.*, of about  funeral  services held  in a ���������"����> *?��<*}��">* '*.'JSS ma"'.��;-?���*...,
* ��� s      i-       ��� *     s UateQ June i, Ivll.    LI.N r (Mil > M^-�� M.L Mr. 1.1.
  good   taste,  cjuiet   ard  dignified, little rough shack, tht growth of Pub- '*** *���
HOW RECIPROCITY AFFECTS THE LUMBER   INDUSTRY Outside the Grenville Curt fr..n- ,,���  ,.ilv has ,|(inatuiu| develop-
OF BRITISH COLUMBIA tagc   of   thc   building   II   to   Ik- .   ..       ..   .       ,   .     .      .-
���.       ... ... ���      ���    ment in lute with that o| all i it lur \**T**m*
designed in the well kiuwn simple _ ,   .      ,.     ,_ r��mm,
Desdsyi anil Saturdays, 1 p.m., returning Thursdays und Sundays
5.20 p.m.
The  Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from the Pacific
na Land Dutrict-��� District ol Coast Hanne : coast operates a frequent and :onven-
*! K0*!?* }!l?_l?.-!?y_,*^^.,l!?'1.0!.,!r���   ient service of luxurious trains over its
double track rout* 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
}, Rochester ^
, ,T     Monroe
Ladysmith
l       * Coal
. \i. Phoneiis
Commencing at a post planted U* chains south
and 4o cbains weet of the nurth**---. corner of
Lot l?i3, Lakelse Va.lt>>', District o( Coast Kange
k, tbence west 4u chains, tbence south &0 chains,
thence eut 40 chains, ihence north 50 chaina to
p��int of commencement.
Staked June Joth, UU STANLEY QUEEN
Pub. July IS. LucmtoT
Skeena Land District���DUtrict of Caasiar
Take notioa that  1, Jamce Webster LspUn ot
Suwart, H.C . occupation    auctioneer, intend to
!    tn.bs'.Inur-    apply for permission to   purchase   the   following
. . daeenbed landa:
on thl> CotUimtU.  Mt��>r>.  H.lVllfr      Cvmnvanrtng at a port pUnted on the right
t~*       . .       , iit i     o*0" ��' (D* -Naaa nver atwut nine miles above
HrothtTS.  Who IiaVt.   had  thorough    tba (orka of the Naaa river, thence soum su ctisins.
��� . .      thence west  bO chains, tbence nortb 00 cbains,
in     Inl"   thenoe aast bO chains to point of cummcncemeni,
.  .       I contaialng 640 acrea more or less.
cias* of M.'*r\uv will In- in a iv��Miion jamks WEBSTER im lis
. .. .     Dated March 24, St��U. Frank Sidne> Wright, Agt
\i.   iir.cKrtaku.)*:   work , Pub. May 1:.
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND   PASSENGER   AGENT
Canadian Pacific Railway
B.C. Coaat Service
���ALL KINDS OF-
Fur and Skins
Tanned, Mounted and
Lined for Matts or Rugs
EXPERT WORKMEN     CHARGES REASOKAtU
WORK GUARANTEED
Vancouver For Dressing Company
1843 Granville St.        Van.. B.C.
���
Famous  Princess  Line ���
���
S. S. PRINCESS ROYAL ���
�������������-��
FRED. STORK
-General Hardware
Friday, August   18th, 11  a. m.
FOR VANCOl'VKIt, VICTORIA, SEATTLE
J. G. McNab
General Agenl
Builders' Hardware
Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stovei
Graniteware      Tinwsrt
L-nd
Commencing al a post plsnted on the north
bank ol tba Zimoe-ouu  Illver about three 13.
In a meateri*.' direction
s.s. inlander'!:
SECOND - AVENUE
*���-*!-���-���-
The lumber idnustr>* is another of the great industries of British Mission Style, which i> still rich "'"-���   ���,,'<1   "���   this  di-iMritn.i't
Geo. II. Putnam, Agent
Stikine Und District-District of Caaalar
Taka n-rttce tbat Christian A. Tervo of Stikine,
0 C, occuation customs officer, intends to appl>
to purcbaae tbe following deecribed
Commencing at a post planted about three- '
quartan of a mile nortb east from Glacier Riffle |
and oo tbe eaat bank of bttkine Itiver and on tbe |
...FOR...
HAZELTON
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton.
w. j. McCutcheon
Cam.-a complete slock nf Drufi.   5l*��i��t
attention paid to filling present n.
Tbeatrt Block phonk Ho. n Second An.
**************************
H. B. Rochester
Agent NEW WELLINGTON COAL
Columbia which will lx- affected by tht adoption of the n-ciprocitv and substantia]  looking withoui Messrs. Hayner Btodwri lesd th.' aouth aid. d tba mouth ��e. niu. creek, thenc.
east  lu cr.ains,  thence  nonh  40 chains,  thence
Thu*- way.
agreement.   The luml-cr industry, like the coal industry, will receive being vulgar or pretentious.
.ui enormous imixiu-. under reciprocity. '��� -    --
Practically the wholi face of British Columbia, with the exception W*uW   W L J 1 lUllN ij 1 Ll\   IlUW
of a few cleared valleys, i> covered with forests.   The spectacle of ll/AWTC    A   CKIICC V KfWJT '
forest covered mountains which greets the eye of every Prince Ruperter W All 1 u   A  ulllrr   IAv>lll   '
which ever way he turn-. i�� the spectacle which greets the prospector 	
Tin whole of th. inl.mil passage Mayor, Admiral,  Commodore,  Commander,   Harbor
Staff and Aldermanic Lords of the Admiralty All
Delighted at Implied  Compliment to Design
40 chaina. thenca aouth 40 chains lo point
ol eommencement and containing lx,Q acraa mot*
I.stad Fab. 10. Ivll.
Pub April ;.
CHRISTIAN A. TERVO
LIME      BRICK     PLASTKR     CEMENT
SHINGLES, LATH, BLACKSMITH COAL
ROGERS & BLACK
Phone 116
fr.iin Vancouver i" 1'rir.e Rupert i- practically lined with fur.-;*.
which stretch as far ...�� the eye can lee, and for hundreds >.f miles
I., v n d
of Our Odoriferous Dreadnaught.
Much "f this lai 'I i- staked ai .1 leased l.y ItmilK-rmen nnd speculator-, but wry little effort i- made to cut the timl-cr. Tin- reason
i- thai there i- not a sufficient market. (iur forest wealth must remain
lKiteiiti.il wealth merely. For lack of ��� uiffidenl market it csnnoi |
Ik.* turned into money or into other commoditii -.
A few hundred miles south of Vancouver i-* a great country almost
devoid of tn es. Every foot of IuitiIkt required there has to be imported.
The logical thing to do would Ih* to import ii from British Columbia
where "ttr forests arc choked with the uncut growth.   But the United
States tariff imposes a t.i\ of 11.35 per thousand on British Columbia
lumber t>. keep British Columbia lumber out of the markets of the
South  Pacific States.
Billions of feel of lumber are taken to San Pedro and San Diego
from Washington and Oregon, hut mil from Briiish Columbia.
What will reciprocity
uniliiar'
rlo for the lumber industrv of British Col-
"The cor|K.rati'>ti "f New
Westminster invitis tenders
for the construction <>f .1 garbage -cm for tin* health depsrtment.    Plans,   spedfica-
tioiis and conditions of contract can In- obtained from
the office of the engineer."
With pardonable pride wc giano
at the above advt. which appears
in the Vancouver Province. Imagination is the sirierest form of
itation is the sine rest form of
flattery. Just fancy ihe old established city of New Westminster,
with all its civic experience lieing
Iincluding   ilu*   Mayor   ��he   rides
the waves more proudly than any
Skeena Land |ii.'.r.ct - Huwirt ol Coast Itanse ���'���
Taka notica tbat 1. Lauchlan John Shanahan ol
Victoria, 11. C-, occupation teacher, intend to
ipply (or permiasion lo purchase the (olloaini
deacrihed landa:
Commencinc at a post planted 6*. chaina south
Irom the eoutbeaat corner ol Lot 90t-o. thenc* 4o
cbaina aoutb, tbenee 40 cbains aeat. thenee 40
chaina nonh, tbence 40 chaina aaat to point ol
commencement, conlainina It) acr*. more or laas.
LALUILAN JOHN SHANAHAN
Dated AprU It. 1*11.
I'ub May ��
Skreoa Land DUtrlct���District nl Caaslar
Taka ootiee thai I, John L. Mltch.il ol I'rince
Hupert, II. Oaj occupation bookkeeper, Inlend to
apply  tor permission  lo  purchaae  lhe  (ollowing
dsacr.bed laada:
l ommsnetae* at a poet planted about (&J live
miles south and ll) on* mile aaal ol lha Inrks of
Ibe White and 11st river-., thenca north So chains
thenc* eaat ��0 chains, thenca south SO chains,
thanca aast to chain,.
Olympic   |-.<|iiip|K*el with win I. ���  Dated Apni is, im.     John l. Mitchell
1,1. ,    I'ub. Mav 11 Franeia S. rrastr-n, A|*nl
iippar.iiu-. noiseless log horn, ami
.    .     ,i ������ I, Skeena Land District-District of Coast Ranae t
powerless gasoline engine, rudder-    Take n..ttc that i>rr, m. Miner of Mm* ii���-
i             .     J _���j    i    .    i pert. B.C.. occupation Cnil Knaineer. Intends t��
1 tltlj;    gear,    ailll    llollrless   apply for permission t.. purchase lhe followinK
Khedule,     Mime    of    her    admirers       CoJnmen.ina'at �� post planted on the left hank
.*.. I,....;.,.    .1     .  I .. ���...! I ..    I ,..   "f McNeil River at north west corner of lot 44i��
are hoping thai l.y and by she ma)   r.v, ih*nc* east��. chain, more or less to west-
. erljr boundary of timl*>r limit M5 'old number
Vmxltl thence northrrl,- f..llowinir sakl westerlv
boundary of timber limit ��>i chains more or less j
to north west corner of s-tf.l limber limit, thence !
westerly 2>. chains more or i**s to left bank of J
McNeil River. Ihence southerly foil..wine aai.l'
left bank of McNeil River 6" chains more or lea.
to point nf commencement, containing lis. acres,
more or lea,.
PLRCV M. MILLER.
E. Flexman. Aaent
Hate June 1��. 1��1I
Pub. July I .. i -II
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO.   63
llestl in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All   members  of  the  order in the city
are requested to visit thc lodge.
J. P. CADE. N. G.
H. H. MORTON, Sec.
KMKKJt*��K*��Kr.����aXX*-!��!i*'!!��
75 x 100 ft. FOR LEASE
on Third Avenue and Ninth Stmt.
uncie Jeremiah H. Kugler. Limited.
Jerry
SmeMoooJioiia-mHK
little's NEWS Agency
F. M. DAVIS
achieve an odorless CSTgO.
WHO GETS THT
CITY INSURANCE
Detalis of tbe Telephone Insurance Show Aid. Newton's
Charges to be Groundless.
AT  DAVIS'
BOAT HOUSE
General Machine Shop and Ship's
Cariii'tit -ring. Also agents for Fairbanks ��� Morse and Knox Gasoline
Engines. Gasoline Engines and Accessories carried in stock.
Launch*, and Boats lor Hire    N.E. end of Wharf
Magazines :: Periodicals ::
CIGARS   ::  TOBACCOS
N,,W��piPa-|��
:���  FRUIT*
G.T.P. WHAM-
TRY THE ".NEWS" WANT A P.
WAY OF FINDING
B��^<S*^<��*a%S��fM*a*-,*SS>*l*a%Sll^t>*'%S��^S^
B>*^si^n^ti^t��*^ts^o*^si
Following the charges that ctr-
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF BRITISH
COLUMBIA.
The Continental Trust Co., Ltd.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $500,000 j
OFFICERS:
WM   T. KERGIN. M.D.. President DAVID H. HAYS. 1st Vlce-Pres.
I as, a.,,,-. .-       M I  HOMN. 2nd VicePres. and Manager
MY KUGLER. Secrelanj-Treasuter C. B   PETERSON. Ass't. Manager
Real EsM^Tl'm ate1* "' A""n" Fam Unit **** M"">
To,... 11 ?'"2.' "'I"""" ani T"""f" **'"l
Safe Deposit Vault l���T,il,��        M��"""" "" D*"/, ��< Tn">
-.,,,.,,  Col/ecllons
������<.S DEPARTMENT. 4 p., ���n,.on Deposit.
7Vie   Continental   Trutl   Comparro.   LlmlleA   aaooMD .vr*...*...
indebted lo young Prince Rupert   tain numl-tr- "f last year's coun-
fors hint In municipal economics,Id] had .li\iiini up all tin tclc-
and a valual.le idea in the nol.lt* i phone insurance amongst tlnm-
art of naval architecture! Na -< l\< -. the following official reports
wonder  the  Mayor was gratified, {art* of interest.    They  show how , ����2?ZnmiTXe'^Z^""'^^^^
Between John Vmine Rochester. plalntlfT
and
Tom Q. Sutton, defendant.
Before his Honor Judge Younc in chambers,
Friday the 2S|h day nf July. UU,
Upon the application of the plaintiff, upon hear* j
ine read the affidavit at Charles Vincent Bennetl.
No wonder he thought Of wiring
to the Daily News to thank that
enterprising newspap-cr for Idling
New Westminster and ilu world
know about Prince Rupert's perfumed pride, The Civic Sniff Yacht.
New Westminster will be glad
to hear lhal the Pioneer SnifT
Yacht ol Northern B. ('. is siill iu
great  shape���still  going Strong as
Wllh her High  Admiral.
th.    insurance   was   divided   last!
year snd ihi- year:
1910
Law Hutl.r ( ..               .   . 1,500
1911
Continental Trust Co,     ,120,000
M. M. Stephens      :,,(mhi
.   Peck, Moor. .Si Co  5,000
Tier Commodore, her Cexmtnander.lLaw-Butler Co  1,600
her harbor staff, and over all thelC. D. Newton  i .mhi
i <'ivie    Lorils   of    the    A.lmir.tliy I F. U. Deacon  | aqq
1. It is nnlered that service upon the defendant
nf the writ nf summon* and statement of claim in
this action by publishing this order, toaether
with the notice hereon en.iorsel. ..n.-e n week for
four weeV.. preceding lhe 1.1 day nf September.
1911. In the "Daily News." a newspaper pnl.li.h-
\l    \l    Wir,,l,.���la V   f',. ooo IMW1   ed at Prlne* Rupert. II C. I*edeemed g.��al nnd
HI. Ms ateplletIS A. Ill 5*.1),IKH)   ,���mclenl aervlce of said writ and statement 3
G. R. Naden & CO 2,500   c'j!mAm| ��� ��� furth.r on|ere.l lhat the .aid ,ln-
Pit lull,, A-  IV .,lf,.r,l I   MWl   fendant do enter an appearance tn the said writ
"   nftiimm-n. and r,|, hi. .lalement nf defence In
the nftire ��.f this C-'iirt at Prince Ruperl, B.C., on
befnrethe ISIh day nf Sepeeml*er. lull.
tl.    And il Is further nrdered lhal the o����sta of
this appliiaitlon be costs in .he cause.
F. McB. YOUNG. I..J.S.C
iwonoE
Thisa.-tl*n la br..ught In reenver ItSHIO, the
amount due -,n a prnmtaanry note made l.y the
defendant, dated 2nth Deceml*er. 1!����. lo the order nf the plnintifT. payable 24 mnntha afterdate
with Interest at T> per cent, per annum.
F'lneipal 11175.110
Intereat      j,7.-*n
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DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES
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j i>kuoua Land A/lstrkt���District ol Queon Charlotte
1 uke nui in- that Clou. ll. Luux of Prince Huport,
| IL CL occupation barber,  intends  to upply (or
iHTiiu .*,niii  to  pure.l-u.il'  the  (ollowing  doscrlbud
lamia:
Goniinonclng at a post planted about seven-
niili-i wust und ono mile twuth from the mouth
of Stanly Creek, Naden Harbor, thonco south 80
chains, thonco woat -10 chaina, thonoo north 80
chains, thenco oaat 40 chains.
Uatod March 17, 1911. GEO. H. LAUX
Pub. Anrii .12. Numa Demors. Agent
Skeona Und District���District of Casslar
'lake nutico that  1,  Mary  Carlo o( Stewart,
it. ('., occupation married woman. Intend to apply
(or permission to purchase the following described
land:
Commonclng at a post planted two (2) miles
aouth and (2) two milea west of tbe (orks of the
White and Hut rivont, thonce 80 chains north,
thencu 80 chains wost, thonce 89 chains south,
thenco SU chuini oast.
Dated April 20, 1911. MARY CABIN
Pub. Mm Ul. Francis S. Proston. Agent
Skeena Land District-District of Coast
Take notice thut I, Mm. John Corley of Prince
Kupert. B.C., occupation married woman, intends
to upply for permission tu purchase the following
dettcribtxl lunds:
Commencing ut u post plantod 40 chains cast
and 12u chains south from the southwest cornerof
lot 1733. Coust District, Uuiiku 6, thenco Bouth 80
chains, thenco east 411 chains, thence north 80
chains, thence wost 40 chninB more or less to the
.point of commencement. conUining 1120 acres
moro or less.
MRS. JOHN (Lottie) CORLEY
Dan- Mar. 20, lull
Pub. Apr. 4. 1911
Skeena Land Ditrict���Diatrict of Quoon Charlotte
Take   nollco   that   George   Friuell   of   Princ*
Rupert, H. C, occupation butcher, intends to apply
for pormiaiott to purchase the following described
Commencing at ��� poat planted about seven
mllea west and twu milus south of tho mouth of
Stanley Creek whore it eruption into Naden
Harbor, Graham Island, thencu 89 chains south,
thence 80 chains west, thenco 80 cliuina north,
thence 80 chans east to point of commenuotnent
and containing 049 acres mora orluss.
Dated March 17, 1911 GEORGE FIUZZELL
Pub. April 7. Numa Demers* Agsnt
Skeena Land DUtrlct���District of Coast Range 0
Take not co that 1, Joe Jack of Prices lUp��rt,
it t'.. occupation carpenter, intend to apply for
permission to purchaso the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted about ihnv'uml
one-half miles distant in a south westerly direction
(rom a bllud slough from Observatory Inlet where
the aamo touches the Indian Reserve thence eaat
80 cha ns. thence -nith bO chains, thence wcstbU
chains, thenco aouth bO chaina to point of commencement, containing 040 acres more or less*
Dated April 14. 1911. JOE JACK
Pub. Mav LL
Skoena Land District���District of Coast Range 0
Taks ooUcs thsl Lottie McTaviah o( Vancouver,
11. G.,, occupation married woman, Intenda to
apply for permiaalon to purchase tho fullowlng
described lands:
Commonclng at a post planted at the north-
weat corner 109 chains eaat and 20 chaina north
(rom tbe northeast corner of Lot 1116, Harvey's
Survey, Coaat Distrlcl,Range 6,thcnce 29 chains
south, thonce 89 chains eaat, thenco 80 cbains
north, thence 49 cbaina woat, ihence 69 cbaina
aouth, thonce 49 chaina west to poat of commencement, containing 490 acres more or loss.
Dated May 2, 1911. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
Pub. May C. Fred W. Uohler, Agent
Skoena Land District���District of Cassiar
Taks nollco that 1 Francis S. Preston of Prince
Rupert,  li. C, occupation prospector, intend tn
apply   for  perroinion   to  purchaao  lho  following
-Jcscrilted landa:
Commencing at a poat planted about three
miles aouth and two miles weal of the forka of
tbo White and Flat river*, ihence south 80 chaina
ibence eaat Ml cbaina, tnenoe nortb 80 chains,
thenco west bO chains.
Dated April 29, 1911.     FRANCIS S. PRESTON
Pub May 13
Skeona Land District���District of Coast Range 6
Taka noUeo thu I. Frank Hicks of Port Ks-
sington, occupallon merchant, intund to apply
for permiaalon. o purchase tbo foUowing drscribe-U
landa:
Commencing at a poal plantad on the aouth
bank o( iho Eichumaika River and about four
miloa from lis conlluenoo wiih tha Skoona River,
ihence bO chsina weal, ibence 80 chaina norlh,
thenco 89 chaina eaat, tbence eouth 89 chains
lo point ol cummenevmant, containing 649 acrua
more or Ida.
Dated AprU 21, 1911. FRANK HICKS
Pub. April 29.
Hluena Land District -District of Queen Charlott*
Islands
Tako nolico that George W. Arnott of Prince
Rupert, U. C, occupauon real estate broker,
intends to apply for permlasion to purchaae the
foUowing dusenbod landa:
Commencing al a post planted about aeven
milea and one-half mile wojI and ono mile soulb
from lhe mouth of Stanly Croek* Nadon Harbor,
thenoe weat -SO chains, thonoe aoulh 80 ehaina,
thencv east 80 chains, ihence north 89 chains.
Dated March 17, 1911. GEO, W. ARNOTT
Pub. AprU 22. Numa Demera. Agent
Skeena Land District -DUtrict of Caaalar
Tako notice- that I. Alice M. Knouse of Prince
Kupert, li. C, occupaUon married woman, Intend
lo apply (or permiaaion to purchaae the (ollowing
- THE COSY CORNER -
DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY   TO  THE INTERESTS   OF  WOMEN
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Thia Is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
PRETTY MID-SUMMER HAT
to apply lor j.ri
deacribed lamia:
e*omitiancln( at a poat plantod about two mil..
aouth and two tnlloa wnt ol lha lorka ol Whlta
and Flat riv.ta. thenco north 80 chains, Ihenc.
cast 80 chatna, thenc. south 80 chains, thance
weal 80 chains.
Dated April 20, f.'l I. ALICE M. KNOUSE
I'ub. May 13. Francis S. I'reaton, Acent
SkMna Land I ns.riri I li.inct ol Coast Han*-* o
Taka notica lhat I, Clara May Utile ol I'rince
Hu'iert. II. C, occupation spinster, intand to
apply lor p*rmlaaion to purcli-ue tho (ollowing
daacribed lands:
Commencing al a po.1 planted at tha north
a-eat corner ctLot 1 73 >, Itange 6, Coast District
thance aast 40 chaina. thence north 26 chains
thenco wnt 31 chain' thence north 20 chaina
thenca weat 10 chaina, thence south 45 chain, to
point ol commencement, containing 112 acrea
more or leas.
Daled April 4,1911. CLAIIA MAY LITTLE
Pub. April 16.
Coaat llanfa 6 Und Disinci .���
Taka notioa tbat I, John Hepburn ol Kitsumkalum, occupallon larmer, Intend to apply
lor permlasion lo purchaM lhe lullowng deacribed
lands:
Commencing al a post planted al the northeas.
corner ol Lot 38S3, thenca aaat 20 cbains, thanca
soulh  40 chains, thanca waat 20 chans, tbane.
north 40 cbaina lo placa o' commencement.	
Dated March 18, 1011. JOHN HEPBURN
I'ub April It..
Skeena Und DUtrlct���District ol Caaalar
Taka   noUee  thai   I,   Thomas   Macgovem   ol
Stewart, B. C, occupation mlner.inlend to apply
lor permission lo purebaaa tha lollowing deacrlbod
Commencing at a post planled on tho right
bank o( the Naas river about (our miles above the
lorks ol lha Naaa river, thenca aouth 80 chains,
thenca west 80 chaina, thenca north 80 chains,
thence eaat 80 chains to point of commencement,
conl.inlng 610 acres more or loaa. 	
THOMAS MACGOVEKN
Datad March 26, 1911. Sidney Frank Wright, Agt
Pub. May 17.
Skeena Und DUtrlct���DUtrlct ol Caasiar
Take nolle, that  1,  Isaac O'llrien  Forbaa
Princa Itupert, li. C, occupation carpente#r,(inteoi
to apply lor .
de.cril.ed Isnds:
' permission to puichase the following
  ._nda:
Commencing at a post planted about llv miles*
soulh and one mile weat ol tha lorka ol IbeWhite
aud Flat rivers, thenco north 80 chains, thence
weat 80 chains, thenca aouth 80 chains, thence
eaat 80 chaina.
Dsted April 18, 1911. ISAAC O'BIIIEN FOKBES
I'ub. May 13. FrancU S. Preston. Agent
Skeena Und DUtrlct���DUtrlct ol Coast Itange 6
Take notice lhat 1, Bell Hall Kenney ol Yarmouth. Nova Scotia, occupation married woman.
Intand to apply (or permiasion to purchaae tba
loiluwing deacribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted at north east
oorner of T. L Ut 38628, thence running west 40
chains, Ihence north 80 chaina, thence eut 40
chains, thence south 80 chains to placa ol commencement containing 320 acrea mora or less.
My post U on aouth east corner o( land applied
lor, msrked letters S. E., about one mile west ol
Uke Ukelse, south aide ol Skeena liver District
gSn^VlMt BELL HALL KENNEY
Pub. May 18. John llaverty, Agent
Skeena Und DUtrlct���DUlrict of Coast
Taka notice that William McTavUh ol Vancouver, II  C. occupation physician, intends to apply
for permission to purchase tho lollowlng deserted
"commencing at �� poat plantod at the aouthwea
corner. 40 chains north and 40 chains esst ol the
northeast corner ol Ut 1110, Harvey a Survey,
Coast District, Itange 6, thence 60 chains oast
thence 60 chslns north, thence 60 chains weat,
thence 60 chsins south to post of commencement
contsining i.60 acrea more or leas. .,_.���,_���
Dated M*y 2, 1911. WILLIAM A. McTAVlSH
Pul.  Msy 6. Fred W. Uohler. Agent
Ski-ens Und Dislrict
Dislrict nl Coast Itange V
Paul   Hagen   of   I'rince
Tako notico Ihet I, Paul Hagen nl Prince
Hupert, laborer, Intend tn apply lor permission
tn purchsso the lollowlng described lands:
Commencing at a post plantod on the north
bank ol Williams Crook about 60 chains southeast Irom It. It., thenco south 40 chains, thence
east 40 chains, thenco north 40 chains, thence
weat 40 chains to poinl ol commencement.
Dated July 7, 1911. PAUL HAOEN
Pub. July 26. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
Ht'.ts of every conceivable Bhape
and size are shown nowadays; a
fiw of tlieni are pretty, bui die
majority are eccentric anil most
unbecoming. One is of the prettiest of the unusual shapes is
shown above, it is a leghorn
covered with black and lace, ard
trimmed on top with a wing bow
of emerald green chiffon velvet.
THE CAMPING GIRL
High   Road   to  Popularity   for
Out  of  Door  Lasses
The girl who can make good
fudge or any kind of good candy
is usually voted a brick on a
camping trip. If you are not
an ex|x-rt practice a bit beforehand, and remember thai in camp
you won't have all the conveniences for caiulymakiiig that you
have al home. A hot water
bottle, readymade mustard plasters, arnica, remedies for scratches
and bruises, and blistered feet and
mosquito bites���this doesn't sound
like an hilarious time but there'll
be ti good time just the same���
all such things are liable to be in
di maud.
Happy Home-making
Lessen your work as much as
p-ossible, perhaps by sending the
sheets and tablecloths to the laundry, keep the children clean and
healthy, but don'l try io have
fussy clothes for them.
Mother's Garden
Of  till  things a  mother should
have a bit of garden, fenced iii and
afc   for   the  children.    A   cross
mother   or   cross   children   means
there  is Ill-health.    Aim  to be
healthy and cheerful.
CREPE DE CHINE
Dainty Fabric Finds Dame Fash
ion's  Favor  Again
A most charming material is
coming into favor again, the silk
crepe and crepe de chine. In the
lighter weight it is especially well
adapted for summer gowns and
can be drapedJnto soft folds and
lines that are so essential to
the present style of dress. It is
a fabric that might be said to be
suitable for any sort of trimming
ar.d ou which embroidery or lace
shows to great davantage. It
also shows to great advantage.
Il also is so beautiful In itself
that it looks well without trimming,
its color and texture being quite
sufficient in most instances. The
gowns that show fullness around
thc waist arc easily carried out
or treated in crepe de chine, one
charming model in a pale rose pink
has quite a lot of fullness below
the high belt. The gown in question is trimmed with a fascinating
fichu of the finest net and lace,
finished in front with a soft knot.
The fichu falls over thc \* ide high
belt of deep rose pink satin, on
which tire rliinestone buttons. It
is a gown that can be worn in the
afternoon or evening, but if worn
in lhe daytime should have a
transparent yoke of the finest net
obtainable.
There is another model in crepe
lie chine quite unlike lhe one just
described but equally charming.
It is trimmed with a wide band
of net, richly embroidered in the
finest of gray silk embroidery.
This band goes diagonally across
the skirt, and the upper part of
the waist and lower part of sleeves
art made of the embroidery. Long
sash ends of velvet or satin of a
contrasting color give a certain
note of distinction and originality
if it is not desiretl to keep it in one
color. Such a model could be
copied in tlark color to good
advantage, using black crepe de
chine and white filet lace over
black chiffon.
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TEMS  OF
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SPORT
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W. L. PARKER
Architect
Second SVSIl-lt Slid Third street
Over WsitsnbSVSr Bros.' Ollit'o.
.
The famous Corinthians were
defeated at Toronto last week
by a picked team from Toronto
and district, the score being '.\ to 1.
The exceptionally liol weather affected the visitors, while several
of their players, notably Bache,
their star forward, were out of
condition,
ci   fit   <i
The Kootcnay Lake motor boat
championship for  1.(11  has been
won by the fast launch "Laugh-a-l      Barbibtbbb, Notabos, Bra
Lot," owned   by L, B. DeVeber, <>a��-sfirf{M��Mo��k.oocn�� Thim ������nnuoud
' - Sixth street. I'rlnce Kuoort. 8
ni'anager of the Bank of Montreal
MUNRO   &   LAILEY
Architects,
Sturk Building, Second Avanue,
SVUART &  BTEWART
ACCOUNTANTS -:-  AUD110R8
Law-Butler Building     Phone No. 2kg
Prinec Rupert P.O. box 351
ALFRED CAltSS,
of British Columbia
und Munitolm Uurs.
0, v. BBKNRTT. B.A.
of HC, On* .rlo.Saa-
kalc-hew.m ind At-
berla liar-..
CARSS & BENNETT
WM. S. HALL, L. D. S., D. D. S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specially.
All dental operations skilfully treated,   tin, and
local nnusthelirs administered f��r the painl'*sa <�����-
trnction of teeth.      Consultation free.
HetaTorson Block. Prince Hubert.
IIlln .-a:
11-12
Alex.M.Manson B.A..     W.E. Willluma.li.A.. I..I..D
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 886
Prince Rupert, B.C
P. O. BOX 2.1
PltlNCK UUl'EKT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
Hill   ur WU. roXl.N, K80...  icn.'ms.iv;
at Nelson. The race was run on
July 27 on the West Arm, being
twice around the course between
Nelson and Five Mile point, a
total distance of 20 miles. The
"Laugh-a-I.ot," which was built
by Timothy Eaton at a cost of
35,000, for summer use on Muskoka
Lake, before being purchased by
Mr. DeVeber, made the course in
1 hour, 0 minutes and 10 seconds.
C*J     ti*J     tfil
It is likely that the Ottawa
Rowing club's senior eight, which
recently competed at Henley, and
the Toronto Argonauts, which succeeded Pulford's octette as Canadian and national champions,
will clash shortly iu Ottawa water.
The Ottawas are arranging for a
big regattti for Labor Day, and
President Cameron, while at St.
Catharines, will Incite the Argos
to come down on that occasion.
ri    xSt    ri
Tim Jordan says he hasn't had
any luck with the bat since he
shook Knock-Out Brown by the
hand, and any near cross-eyed
pugilist that professes friendship
for the big Tim had belter take
to the tall timbers, for Jordan
will certainly nail him on the
dome with a bat.
to   xi   ���;-
Reports   from   different   points
throughout tht Fraser valley state
that pheasants are very plentiful.
Provincial  Game Warden   Tyrcll 2nd Ave. between loth and 1 leh Set
has  been   making  ti   tour  of  the I	
valley, and reports that all llu
game birds have prospered wonderfully after a close season.    The
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Third Avenue also Water Street,
PRINCE RUPERT
MISS GRANT
Public Stenographer
Stenography and Typewriting promptly
attended to.
OFFICE-CONTINENTAL TRUST CO.
Phone 318.
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS A SAII11LERY   MANUFACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Killed.
A Cheap Dinner
Boil a pound of rice in salted
water until it is quite soft; then
drain it, but not quite dry. Fry
four ounces of bacon and some
onio is, and mix wiih the rice. Put
all in a pudding basin, lit- a cloth
over, and boil for half an hour.
Raspberry Blancmange
Soak three ounces of large sago
in cold water for several hours,
then boll il in a pint of water till
quite transparent. Squeeze the
juice from about half a pound
of raspberries and add to the sago,
with three ounces of white sugar.
\ few drops of cochineal imporves
the color. Pour the mixture into
i wetted mould, and turn out
when cold. This is a particularly
digestible swtel for children.
Carrot   Cookery
Dissolve two ounces of butter
in 8 saucepan; cut six carrots in
thin slices, and lay them in the
butter with salt, pepper, nutmeg,
and one shallot, finely minced.
Add a very little slock and cook
gtinly until the carrots tire tender,
which they ought to be in about
an hour. Strain the carrots, lay
in a dish, thicken the sauce with
Hour, and pour over them. This
is a great Improvement  on the
usual way of boiling carrots.
Mayor May Wire
Monday the final conference
between the Mayor and Premier
Mcllride regarding the Grand Trunk assessment settlement. Acting
Mayor Kirkpatrick expects a wire
from the Mayor about it sometime today.
new blood of the Mongolian pheasant has strengthened the strain,
and there should be good shooting ���
when the season opens.
*d   9   s*)
������Bill" Lang defeated "Bill"
Squires in the fifth round of ���
a bout for the heavwiighty Phone No. 200
championship of Australia at Brisbane last week. Lang weighed
in at 190 and Squires a i 178 pounds,
The odds were l to 1 oil Lang,
who had all the best of it throughout. Four thousand people saw
>he I ii i it..
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Second Ave.
MEN FOUND LONG
DEAD VICTIM
Remains of Man of Large Physical Proportions Discovered on
Site of New Sawmill at Fort
George���Undisturbed for Cen
turies.
While excavating for thc new
sawmill on the west end of the
Fort Oeorgc townsite a party of
workmen unearthed a human skeleton. The bones were in an excellent state of preservation and
had evidently lain undisturbed for
many years. It was evident that
no burial had been accorded the
remains as only a few inches of
silt covered the bones. J tunes
Silence, a local anatomist, suggests
that the skeleton is that of an
aborigine, over six feet In height.
The bones are massive and of
splendid   proportion.     The   teeth
arc remarkable In that they are
all molars, and are well preserved.
A crudely fashioned weapon made
from  the bone of an animal was
When   tv   store   bargain   is   in- found   beside   the   skeleton,   and
teresting enough to advertise, it's the  theory  is advanced  lhat   the
quite likely to be interesting enough I man met his death In conflict with |
to investigate. 'some wild animal.
The poor shewing made l.y Joe
Ferguson, of Philadelphia, in his
ten-round bout with Knock-Out
Brown before the Washington Sporting Club "f Baltimore lasi week
again shows Brown up as being
"the class." The New York lightweight administered a terrific beat*
ing, knocking Ferguson through
the ropes several times. I The
Philadelphian repeatedly attempted to foul, which lost with tin
crowd.
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST
P. 0.  Box 680
PRINCE RUPERT. B. C.
PIANOFORTE LESSONS
For Beginners and Advanced Pupils
Miss Vera Greenwood
Pupil of r'rnn.- Wllnek. Paris and Berlin.
Flowing Bowl
Two wine-bibbers  I).  T.   Pelrie
and Martin Martinson, were each
fined the usual five spot and costs
in the police court today, by
Magistrate McMullin.
Big Load of Lumber
Some lime today or tomorrow
the lumber hulk "Big Bonanza" is
expected here with a large cargo
of lumber for the G. T. P. snow
sheds.     Wireless   reports   her   tit
Ivory Island last, night.
Room 28.  Alder Block Upstairs
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REAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM - B. C.
S. O. E. B. S.
The   l'rln.*e   Rupert   1,,i.....   No.  318.  Sons   oe
England, meet* the *1rat and third Tuesdays  in
-aili month in the Carpenter* Halt, at H p.m.
F. V. CLARK. See .
P. O. Box S12. Prince Itupert
KIINKST A. WOODS. Preai.lent. Box 23
F. W. HART
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mSSSk THE   DAILY NEWS
WILL EXPLOIT
THE OIL FIELDS
Local Syndicate Form a Company to Bore for Oil in Queen
Charlottes.
"BILLY" KNEW
HIS MASTER
As a consequence of the reports
of their expert, and the samples
of oil-bearing shales and as-phaltum
brought from their property, an
influential syndicate of local men
luive formed themselves into a
company to bore for oil on Graham
Island. The new company will
be known as the Queen Charlotte
Oil Company, with a capital oi a
million dollars.
A strong provisional board with
Dr. Kergin as president, Mr, Geo.
Tite a> vice president and Mr.
William Vickers as secretary treas-
tifi r was elected, and incorporation
will be proceeded with.
Boring for oil is being conducted
on sections adjoining those held
by the company.    According to
the report of the company's expert.
the territory which has been designated .'���- oil territory by the
Dominion geologists, is said to be
more promising and to have strong- gj
er indications  than any he has
Loyal Little Skye Terrier Which
Alone Knows the Secret of
the Old Crabman's Death
Rejoined His Owner Mr. Metz
Last Night.
seen in California. It is possible
that none of the stock will be
offered to the general pul.lit.
Up to Date Grand Trunk
The announcement that the
Grand Trunk Railway company
will ttse the telephone for train
despatching over it.*- entire system
is very interesting, says the Fort
George Herald. It may be recalled
that when the telephone first
came into use, a -suggestion was
made that it should be employed Jding
fur this purpose, but objection was   ,,  punctuate
be   no
"Billy"  the sociable little Skye
tinier which spent the long dreary
vigil beside the body of the drown-j
ed crabman  George  Lichtenaur,
across the harbor three weeks
ago, has found his own real master
at last. Billy was lent by J.
Met/ to old George while -Mr.
Metz went to Port Essington,
.'.nd Billy is the only living creature
who knows exactly how the poor;
old crabman met his death.
Found by a News reporter, wet
and bedraggled, up to his neck
in the chilly water which had ���
gradually driven him back from! I
beside the corpse left uncovered
at first by the tide, Billy was
intensely grateful for the home
In- found temporarily in care of
the "Daily News." But last night
y encountered his own master
Mr.   Metz   just   landing   at   the
"The News* Classified Ads.
=0ne Cent A Word For Each Insertion^
Pho
150
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Marine
Accident
Plats Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractors  anil Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared While You Wait.
THE
Mack Realty &��� Insurance
COMPANY.
P.S. ��� Houses and Rentals.
-THEY   WILL   REPAY   A   CAREFUL   LOOKING
H   I"**-*.*-*-**..-**. *a^as**>aa*a*aas-M*^*s*��s**aas***as.***^��
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Lost-A  Ladies'  Gold  Watch.
turninir to News Office.
Reward bv re- '
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r|s��*-***��**j***-* *a********--**-ssa*-**rt***-*****s��****s^*i
Money to ILoan on  Prince Huport Real Est.il.'.
Agreements of sale bouitht.   P.O. Ho*. S -t-
tf-181.
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For Rent
I      BOYS!
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Newly furnish.-a lanr. outsf.lt* roooa. Good ,
location, near business seen.-!-. Bv****-*taint
h.tmelike. Hot and cold water, lath and tele- I
phone. Call and ue them. PhoM IIS. The
Dinby Rooms. 1*5-190
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
f*
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1
GROUND
Floor Space for Rent
in the Hart building, cornerof .
Second Ave. antl Sixth Street.
Tlie Best Business Corner in Prince Rupert.
********
Apply
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
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Two Five Dollar bills to
be given away to bright
boys. See Mr. Munroe at
the News otliee.
Furnished rooms with bath,
lhe week.   Talbot House.
Bp<
ill] rttM by
ll��-tf
taken   that   there   would
n cord of orders thus given.
The Wharf Trouble
Mr. W. E. Dewig, secretary of
the Longshoremen's I'nion writis
the Ntws that the trouble at the
wharf yesterday had nothing to
tl.. with the Pacific Stevedoring
Company, bui with tin officers
of the steamer Bri;i-h Empire
who had engaged non-union men.
G. T. P. boat slip, and the mutual
recognition was as pretty as a
picture.
"Why, where have you been.
Billy?" exclaimed Mr. Metz patting the shaggy little doggie.
Billy did his best to explain in
the de ..rest of dog language. After
... talk wiih Ilis master, he remem-
mered his friends of the "Daily
News" and introduced them to
Mr. Metz. Explanations followed
between the "Humans" Billy nod-
assent, and wagging his tail
the story. Then
as Harry Lauder says "The time
for parting came." For just an
instant loyal little Billy hesitated
between friends and master. Thin
with the politest of bow-wow bows
to the "Daily News." he trotted
off   joyfully   beside   Mr.    Mitz.
RUSH FOR LOTS
IN TERRACE
Continued from page 1.
valleys, settlers are getting their
land   into   profitable   productive
condition, and in the near future
the  bridge  across  the Skeena  at
Little Canyon, which means so
much to the district, will be
complete. With all these advantages Terrace i- in fact two
->lid years ahead of every other
interior town. Mr. Little who i-
the owner of the townsite i- most
anxious that nothing except the
innh shall be said "r written about
the place, and the confidence of
the local investors in the property
is shown by the nuiiibir of Prince
Neatly Furnished rooms, ajenll.-ni.T. preferred.-
Apply Mrs. Mullln. over Majeie. Theatre,     tf
Mclntyre Hall, for concerts, entertainment**.
dance*, etc.   Apply J, H. Roitvra. phone 11-:.
Nice Furnished Rooms. Mrs. Grc-nwood. Alder
Block; Third Ave. llW*
New live room housa. cor. Ith Ave. and Bowser
I    street.   125 a month.   Phone * or P.O. box *52.
180-tf
To Rent-S room house, hut and MM water, bath
and every' modern convenience. S30 a month.
Cor. Young St. and 8th Ave. Apply 1*0. box 6W.
��� ��� ���*���*..*-*������*.�����
Help Wanted
1
Wante-d-Good stud l> v to help in kitchen and
make himself generally useful. Apply James
Hotel, Srd Ave., corner of fth Street. tf
Al*��H%4l*��H'
*J***A**J**\\y*1m***tW>rl
For Sale
For row boats and launches
telephone 320 green. Davis'
Boat House.
Pre-emptions * Purchases
Located in Lakelse and Naas
River Valleys. Address "Locators," Box No. 9*9.
|~ ~ ^~ ] ~	
I       1/0    IOU    VtAM (   Why not eat luncheon  and dinner  j
|  Valuefor I Exchange : Grill i
J  Your Money ? ! n* m�� 35 cem.���is right j
)       .-^.."ia^-^K^..^...^..^..^. !   and the cuisine and service up to our   J
*--��.i,a��-..i<....>.i^.i*-a< j            well established standard            J
:                        -   ~ I   MILNER & BOWNESS     -   PROPS,   j
���y ��� ���
NOTICE!
Comox-Atlin Liberal Convention
i** fixed for
SATURDAY, AUGUST 19TH
at Nanaimo, B.C.
All delegates   throughout the  constituency will   pl-ase  endeavor to be
present
Rupert  pn.ple who haw* already
Billy will now live with his master I purchased lots.
Here are :i few oi them:   A. E.
McMaster. Grand Trunk Pacific
Passenger Agent.  A.  J.   Morri
(firm of J, Piercy Morris & Co.);
Arthur Cuthbert, Provincial  Assessor;   W.  C.   Mi han.
Superintendent ('.. T. P. Railway;
\V. A. McNicholl, Grand Trunk
Pacific   Company;    Thomas   N.
Dunn: Leon Chester Maclcin; \\'.*1
ter  Owens.  Chief  of   Provind
Police;  J. H. McMullin, Provin-
|dal   Government   Ag.nt;    Arthur j
C. Little; Harry Rochester; (has.!
Munroe;    F.   A.   Ellis;    Messrs.
Stuart it Mobley, Wholes It  Provision Merchants;  J. K. Gordon;
Mi>srs.   McCaffery   &   Gibbons;
George D. Tite; Robert Jennings;
Provincial   Road Superintendent;
William Manson, Mayor of Prim.
Rupert; Mr. Holtby and Mr-. A ,
Lailey.
Each and esvery one of these
citizens has cither visited Terrace,
<>r li-ecn recommended to Livcst
thcri by Mittii frieml who has
actually teen ihe townsite. Tiny
know what   tiny an* doing.    To
talk with someone who I. is visii.il
Terrace  i-  lo gain  from  his ill -.-
cription, a mental picture of ;i
beautiful townsite naturally terra.ed into ideal business and real*
denrial sections, level, and eadl)
graded.    Enough haa been  said
.' ��� amir Rang* and Kitchen Furait'jra.
Cor. *th and Cotton Sire***..
For Sale-Chicken Ranch. -' Sii.r.-v house, hous*-
hold roods N*ar Prince K .. ��� rl A snap if
taken at onca.   Add res. But ;���"���-. if
For Ms���Owner arlll s��ll four *n**>l lots No*. 23.
21. i'. and 2>*. Block 27. S*.-ti *n *-. Ta>l..r street,
���ita l: a :'��� \ lis), at IT ��� l each. ��n reasonable
term..   Apply Box �����.��... Pil, Prince Rupart.
i:*-i-:
Insurance j
*m* *-"*'**���...'-*-*w . I***** ****** ******* ******* e"*W** ******* * ****** trm*mm* *r**x*M *^****m***t
OCR r.mpani-ea ar* noteel fur prompt and jun
Mttletnenu. We writ* every known claaa t>f
Imuranee. The- Mack Realtv and Inaurance Co.
>r
Waterman's
Ideal
Fountain Pen
From $2.50 to $25.00
A pen for every hand.
N
The New Safety is the last
word in Fountain Pen
efficiency.
Business
Chances
���^���.���^���i*^n**��.ll****aH-<.l4
(u-Pl*r*ll ��� C����J nv-iwy tn Moving Plcturvi.     Wanted-A
Karty to ttaut mo%inr picture show in  Prince
uper;    Writemtfor particulars.    If   Davit.
Water town. Wit. '-**i
IMcRAE BROS., LTD.
Everything for the Office.
nOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOQOC
FOR  RENT
Sura BalMina on Second Avenue
Se.rnth Stieet.   Low Rent.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
����XHsenuHK**-4��>t
NEWSPAPER TREASURE
Copy of  Illustrated  London
News of 1857 Found at the
Wharf.
FOR SALE
Steam Tug "Nagasaki."
Length 50 ft., beam 9 ft., draft 4 ft
6 in., 8 H.P. engine. Boiler used three
seasons, now in use a- Cannery tender.
May be seen at Port Nelson Cannery,
Naaa river. Por further particulars
apply to W. Lord. Port Nelson, or H.
Bell-Irving & Co., Vancouver, B.C.
IM-1M
BUSINESS���Selection of n candidate to contest  seat  in Dominion Par
liament for Comox-Atlin
(Signed)
H. C. Brewster, M.L.A., Chairman
Mr. W. II. Montgomery of the
Longshoremen's Union has in his
possession an interesting newspaper, which In found while cleaning "lit llu* frdght sheds al ihi-
wharf ,*. couple of we.k- ago. It
i- ��� " I'V <,| ilu* Illustrated London
News ol October 3, lt��.">7.
It- news ami advertising columns
make interesting reading. The
news i- principally war despatches
frmii India where the Mutiny was
.inc.
Th. despatches are dated July
about in situation to prove the127 and August io���an indication
Do Your Shoes
Need Repairing
If so bring them to our
NEW STAND
Third Avenue, between
Tth and 8th St. We
have moved from the
Hart  Block        :        :
AUCTION SALE
"THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME.'
Gents1 Furnishings
Clothing, Boots & Shoes. Rubber Goods, Underwear, Fixtures and Fittings, Travelling Bags, etc.
The Balance of Stock of C. B. Schreiber & Co..
who are relinquishing business, to be    :-:       :-:
Sold Without Reserve by PUBLIC
AUCTION at	
Schreiber's Store
Centre Street, Prince Rupert, commencing
SATURDAY, AUGUST 19th, at 2 and 8 p.m.
FRANK A. ELLIS
AUCTIONEER
..Grand Hotel..
Change of Ownership.
This is to srlve nntlce thst 1. John l
sokl mv busineM st the .tr..- I   11 -
Worklngman's Home
Spring Beds, clean White Sheets 25c  Bnrf��riui.  All iwwmthoWinit ��������<������
r      " ��**��>�����   ,h,.(;r,m| noU,| are request**! I"**--.
Rooms 50c
BEST   IN   TOWN   FOR  THE
CEO. BRODERIUS, Proprietor
nt one* to me. for payment.   All I
llrrnnd Hol��l are to be paid t" Ge.>n.*r Hr-l't...
MONEY ! 183-tf JOHN I.OOHMA*.
John Kadakas
Third Avenue       Bet. Tth and 8th Sts,
xm:
value of the town's prospects from
the natural  wealth of the  Kii-
stiiiikaluni   and    Laltdse   Valleys.
Messrs, McCaffery & Gibbons tin*
selling th* lot- iu Priiicc Rupctt
today at prices varying from 1/8
to 1850.   Terms���A quarter cash
and llu bai inc. lit six, im l\i. or
eighteen  mon h*. at   -ix  per c nt.
Tin Investment i*- a good on .
of the changed news conditions.1
The iuws which took nine weeks I
tO reach  London, would  now get
there in about nine minutes. The
literary flavor of tin* despatches,
ilu poets even bdng invoked, la in
contrast to tin- business like news
standard of today.
There i*. a noticeable absence of]
Canadian news.
POLICE WATCHES
All Varied in tint, in Police
Curt the other day. if
you  carry a :
Reliable Standard Watch
You would always have the
Correct Tim.
Only reliable watches are
kept in stock by the G.T.P.
Official   Watch    Inspector.
******
R. W. Cameron & Co.
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue.
PHONE 82
���exxxxxxxxxxo
New Goods  for
I your Toilet Table
Some of the leading
wholesale druggists
have just sent lissome
new perfumes, preparations nnd toilet
necessities    :   :   :   :
Wecarryonlv the best
Patent Medicines nnd
our Prescription Department is a specialty
I
I    C. H. Orme    .
{        "THK PIONKER DRUGGIST"        |
(   Second Ave. Phone No. 82   j
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Mussallem & Company
..Good Fresh   Groceries at Cily Prices.
OUR GROCERIES are Fresh
and First-Class Goods only.
Give us your next order for a
  trial. 	
Mussallem & Company
I Phone 228 Black
5th Ave., East of McBride
ForSale
Lot
65
3 and 4
7 and 8
Block
34
14
36
Section
8
8
Price
| ."."'
650.00
���Come in and see our list of buyi in
other parts of the dtj
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Second Ave..
Limited.
Prince Rupert. B.C
$50
Cash will handle I
Section 7. Price J*-'-1'- I*"1'*'*'
monthly.
U, 15 and 16. Block 19, n-I'���V
S $275 each.   $150 CSSh, l��l����
CM1V- a-    .     Cr
Lots on Summit Avenue St * ���""   I*'
terms. .   ...���
Apartment for rent. $20 S month .>���"
vit?w
For Fire. Life and Accident Im-urWrt
see me. . _���i
Lots in Fort George at ���?l'"";ii"h *��
SlOamonth.     i or frf- n>��J|
and information see IB*. J��
is the time to buy loU in K>"
George.
JOHN DYBHAVN
Pattullo Block.
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REAL
ESTATE
INVESTMENTS
REAL
ESTATE
JEREMIAH     H.     KUGLER
He sells Buildings       He sells Contracts
He has Houses to Rent
He buys Lots He builds Homes
Special  Bnrgains  in
Kitselas Lands   Francois Lake Lands   Lakelse Lands
HsaedtOD District Lands       Bulkley Valley Lands
Kispiox Valley Lands       Porcher Island Lands
Kitsumkalum Lands, Sand, Crave! and Marble Deposits
He buys Leases
He loans Money
He has Farms For Sale
He sells I louses
He rents Stores
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Lut Your  Properties  with  Jeremiah H. Kugler . ,   * ���.,.��*
'$*3SS*'Sj*-��'��S*tt��.��.��.n.��.nw^ ��� Second  Avenue, Prince  Rupert,  B.C. jti

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