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Twenty-four hours ending6 a.m.,
July 21.
The Daily News
\ir North
Monday p. m.
Camosun.... Jr... Sunday, 9 a. m
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
VOL. II,  NO. 163
Prince Rupert, B.C., Friday, July 21, 1911.
United States Houses Fixes the Date For the Final Vote
On the Great International Question���Vote is
Certain to be in Favor of the Measure
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Washington,  July 21.���It has
been   decided   that   the   United
States Senate will jxiss the final
vote mi the reciprocity question
tomorrow, July 32nd, on the wool
tariff revision hill July, 27, on the
free list hill August 1, congressional reappointment hill August
:t. statehood hill ol New Mexico
mi ilu- legislative day of August
7. and will adjourn, according
in general understanding quickly
thereafter. This voting program
u.i- decided upon after prolonged
conference today.
The agreement stated no special
provision regarding adjournment,
I nit it is understood generally
th.it adjournment will follow immediately the (lis|Kisal of thc statehood hill. All the measures mentioned   have   passed   the   Mouse.
President Taft was quickly ac-
quaiitu-d with the Senate's action
and expressed his gratification over
the precedence given the reciprocity hill in the program. The
understanding forecasts the end
of a long struggle in the Senate
over the reciprocity and the Democratic tariff measures.
The Bristow amendment to thc
Canadian reciprocity hill, proposing a reduction of the sugar
tariff and the abolishment of the
"Dutch Standard" basis of assessing tariff on imported sugar
was deflated this afternoon S8
to 8.
With the fate of die reciprocity
hill predetermined in favor of
the measure, senators already are
s|x*rulnting on the possible result
of the promised rates on the two
tariff hills, wool and the free list,
Included ��������� today's agreement.
The Revolt of Insurgent Peers Failed to Materialize���
No Division Was Taken and Motion to Demand
a Vote Got  no  Seconder���Don't Want
Liberal  Peers
iCanadian Press Despatch)
London, July 21.���The House of
Lords last night passed thc third
reading of the House of Lords
Viin Hill, curtailing the powers
"I tin- House of Lords. Thc hill
passed the House without a di-
vidon after a three hour debate.
The threatened revolt of in-
���urgent |iecrs failed to materialize.
Baron Stanmore raised a motion
'' demand a vote, but he failed
in find a seconder. 11 is supposed
thai the threat to create a large
betdi .,( Liberal peers  and pecr-
1 *- I   made the Lords decide  lo
ihe veto bill, without  the
ignominy of making the Individual
members declare themselves.
Pretty and Pleasing Afternoon
Tea Party was Well Attended
What's the date of today? Wc
">l>. ii Friday, July 21��t. But
a copy of the Morning Albcrian
"f Calgary which came to hand
today, after making a trip here
via Vancouver, is dated Saturday
M) 22nd, 1911,
Ilu- Queen Charlotte news of
***���   week   is  dated   July   51st.
Now wc can't all he right.
Pothering and Watsons Boat
r<iund in Plumper's Pass
*hh Mast Broken and no
Sit?n of Men.
' ���".idi.tii Press Despatch)
'v" "iiver, July 21.���Two fish-
���"'"1 named Pothering and Wat-
' ���' Mh,, U-ft here tWO weeks ego
^cvod to hftve been drowned,
��� word lu's been hoard from
""   ���*���������<���������    Th.ir empty  boat
''""'���������I'" Plumper's Pass with
" broken mast yesterday.
With dainty (lowers, shining
silver, snow while linen and sparkling china���not to mention the
good tilings to eat, nor the charming ladies who for the occasion
served as waitresses���the hall of
ilu- Knights of Pythias was transformed yesterday Into the pleasant-
est kind of tea room imaginable.
It was all done by the Ladies'
Auxiliary nf the Hospital Boanl
as a means to help along the good
work of providing funds for the
hospital, and turned out to be
a justifiable SUCCCSS.
The credit for the beaut idea lion
of ihe room, goes chiefly to Mrs.
Hilditch who had   spent a lot of
time   to  good   advantage   in   the
work. But ilu- day's success depended upon the co-operation of
a number of the ladies. Including
Mrs. Eggeit, the president of the
Auxiliary, Mrs. K. G. Dawson,
the sccrttary, and Mrs. Arnold,
the treasurer, assist.d by Mrs.
McCaffery and Mm. Liilcy as a
Among those who rendered special service wire Mrs. Burritt and
Mrs. Naden who poured tea at
the head table, -Mid Missis Me-
Phail, Pinder, Grant, Hobby, Ginn,
Kincaid. Calkins, Curtain, Annie
Brown, Villa Brown Agnes McDonald. Margaret McDonald, and
Miss Kit-liy. who made charming
"  having bean drunk ard
' '-""1'ily for a scentd time, lease
""'��� ������������*< morning paid over llic
J���" "��� *7 and out, to lhc plll)|i(.
ri-i**nry.      porrJ   waR   jmpli(.atw|
fi  ' "' gambling affair and
n,u'<i also,
Montreal Plans Civic Welcome
to the Duke of Connaught.
Montreal, July 21,   A civic re
caption committee has bean appointed with ample powers lo
assume big expenditure and ar-
range a grand welcome to the
Duke of Connaught on his arrival as Governor General.
Two Civic Chiefs, Two Aldermen, and an Expert Engineer
All Got After One Wee Worried Gang This Morning.
Fire Chief Mclnnis, Chief Vickers, Alderman Kerr, Alderman
Hilditch, and Mr. Lucas of the
City Engineer's department, were
all enaged anxiously this morning
trying to hurry up the station
gang busy at the corner of Fulton
street and Third avenue. This
is an important corner for the
fire department's boiled lobster
colored pet "devil," and the Fire
Chief was a little leery about the
red rusher's chances of getting
round the rough comer.
Northwestern League
Vancouver 10, Seattle tl.
Tacoma 1, Victoria 1.
Spokane 2, Portland .!.
Pacific Coast League
'Frisco 3, Vernon (i.
Sacramento 0, Portland 7.
Los Angeles O.Oakland 2.
National League
Chicago 4, Cincinnati 4.
St. Louis 8, Philadelphia ii.
Brooklyn 3, New York 5,
Pittsburg li, Boston 3.
American League
Cleveland 8, New York 8.
Chicago *1, Boston 7.
Detroit G, Philadelphia 3.
St. Louis 2, Washington 1.
Coroner and Jury View Body of
Tom Yilcarka Last Night and
Adjourhed until Saturday
Magistrate McMullin opened an
inquest last night on the body
of Tom Yilcarka who was killed
by the collision of a hand car
with a ballast train in the darkness
the other night. After viewing
the body which lay ar Hayner
Bros1 Morgue, the coroner and
jury arranged an adjournment until Saturday night at 7.30 when the
evidence will he gone into. The
meeting will he held in the Pro-
vireial Government Court Room,
as this accident occurred outside
the city limits.
Conservative Members Discuss the Chinese Commission Investigation Now���It is Expected That the Government Will Bring
Pressure to Bear Next Week���Sir Wilfrid Announces
That About Forty Will be Prosecuted in Connection With Immigration Scandals
Though Preferring   to   Remain   in   Private Life Ex-
Member For Yale-Cariboo Would Act as Standard
Bearer if the Party Demands���Exclusive Interview For The Daily News
Duncan Ross leaves by tomorrow's train for his contract
near Hazelton. He is accompanied
by Mr. Justice Galliher of the
B. C. Court of Appeals who is
enjoying a short holiday in thc
north. Mrs. Galliher and Mrs.
Ross accompanied their husbands
on the steamer Prince Rupert but
returned to Victoria by that steamer.
Mr. Ross was asked for a
definite statement by a News
representative regarding his candidature in the federal district of
Comox-Atlin. "I wanted to keep
out of public life," he replied,
"but so many friends have urged
me to run ihat I think I ought
to definitely slate my position.
I believe reciprocity will benefit
Comox-Atlin morc than any other
district in the Dominion.    If an
election is to he forced on that
issue and the Liberals of Comox-
Atlin unanimously decide, lhat I
should be their standard bearer,
I will make tin- fight. 1 would
much rather remain in private
life bur when an election is to be
fought on an issue of such importance to Canada and particularly to the West, I think
it is the duty of every man to do
his share in the contest.
"A convention, representative
of every portion of this large
constituency should he held at
an early date. It is the duty
of that convention to select the
strongest man and when the choice
is made, whether I am the candidate or not, 1 shall do everything
in my power to demonstrate that
the West is strongly in favor of
freer trade relations."
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa., July 21.���There is no
longer any doubt of the intention
of the Opposition to devote themselves to a policy of obstructing
the business of thc country in
their efforts to fight reciprocity
out to the hiller end.
Bored the House
For hours last night, the House
had to sit and patiently listen
to J. D. Taylor of New Westminster, as he tediously reviewed
the history of the Chinese Commission, and the alleged scandals
on the Pacific Coast.
Was Interrupted
He was frequently interrupted
by lhe Govern men I members who
seemed   to   regard   his  efforts  as
part of an Opposition plot to kill
the  time  of  the  House with   irrelevant discussions ami speeches.
A Fight Imminent
Next week it is expected will
see the commencement of Government pressure. Sir Wilfrid has
given notice of morning sessions
to start next Wednesday, and the
old hands look to sec him after
a few days of obstruction throw
up the cards and call for a new
deal���in other words, ask for a
dissolution and spring a sudden
campaign with all possible speed
upon the Opposition.
Replied to Taylor
In a courteous reply'to Mr.
Taylor, Sir Wilfrid said that Mr.
Justice Murphy's report of lhe
Chinese   Commission   Investiga
tion had only reached him that
May be Arrests Made
He observed that lhe Judge
requested thai the report should
not be made public until action
had lieen taken aganisi alxnil
forty |K-ople who were Implicated
by his findings, as ihe premature
publication of the report might
serve as a warning to tin in to leave
the country.
Will Lay Charges
The Prime Minister added ihat
his intention was to lake the
matter up Immediately with the
Minister of Justin- and lhe Minister of Trades and Commerce
with a view to instituting proceedings against those Indicated
in the report
Considered An Exceptionally Good Regimental Representative For Canada at the
Coronation���Earl Grey's Rifles Proud of Him���Welcomed Back to Rupert
Caught in Heavy Sea Seven Milea From  Land���Doors
Jammed   Cargo Jettisoned  With Shovels���Commodore's Pluck in Pitiable Plighl
Quebec, July 12, 1911
Captain A. Stork,
Commanding Earl Grey Rifles
Prince Rupert, B. C.
Dear Sir, -I wish to take advantage of this early opportunity on our return from London
at the recent Coronation ceremonies, to compliment you on
the excellent representation
sent from the Earl Grey Rifles.
Your representative was most
exemplary in every respect, and
it was indeed a pleasure to be
associated with such an excellent fellow and a thorough
Canadian gentleman.
Very truly yours,
Major Commanding "C"
This letter is a little surprise
Stunt, which, sonic friends of Color
Serge&nl George Leek's who are
in the know, have planned to
carry mil on his return to Prince
Rupert: from his trip to London
as representative of Prince Rupert's own regiment of Earl Grey's
Rifles at the Coronation. The
letter arrived a little in advance,
of George Leek himself.   He came
in last night on the Princess May.
With Capt. Stork
Along with lhe Canadian Coronation contingent, Color Sergeant
Leek was stationed by the new-
Victoria Memorial opposite Buckingham Palace, and the Canadians
had a magnificent view of the
procession. They also saw the
Spithead Naval Review exceptionally well, remarked George
Leek this morning. While in
London Mr. Leek spent a day
with Captain Stork and renewed
his acquaintance with many old
military friends. He was particularly pleased to met-1 his old
Colonel, Lord Clydi smote, formerly Colonel Eaton,
Great Generals Inspected
The Canadian contingent was
Inspected by the Prince of Wales.
Generals Lord Roberts, Lord Kitchener, the Duke of Connaught,
and Hon. R. I.. Borden. Referring   io  his experiences  alto*
gather, George Leek is inclined to
he brief .ind modest,   lit* evidently
look a thoroughly whole hearted
duty well as representative of our
city's regiment, and incidentally
saw to it that Mrs. Leek had a
good look in at the celebration
too.    Sine  his arrival  home,  he
ins been greeted by hundreds of
cordial friends, hut ihis morning
sees him gelling down lo business
just as usual.
Where to Go
Wife of Well Known Anglican
Minister is in Critical Condition.
A sad story of die sea and the
pi til- and perplexities which !>��� -> i
those who navigate its oft ruffled
surface has just tillered forth
from waterfront sources of information. The hero of the latest
marine adventure is Commodore
M.i, i.ul.ui, of the Civic Sniff
Yacht. His experience has been
a thrilling one, and though he
himself would he the last man
to brag about or even mention it.
many persons along the waterfront and in the city arc giving
him credit for a first mrc "m.i\*
with-it" facility under exception-
ally trying circumstance-* in the
execution of his municipal duly.
Sniff Yacht Had Rough Time
On  her  last   irip  tO  lhc  Open
sea, Commodore Macfarlane took
charge of ilu* sniff y.-rht as he
has done since the institution
of this latest acquisition to the
Pacific Coasl Fleet, and a fairly
swift voyage was made to thc
s|*ot chosen for dumping the cargo.
alMuu seven mllea out.   On the
way, however, the wind began to
freshen, anil by lhc lime llic
Perfumed Clipper got her hearings
on the COTffCt wave which marked
thc dumping place, she was be*
giiining to iiniil.li- a trifle. Her
commodore, who is nothing if
not conscientious over his duty,
showed no signs of shrinking,
however. He trod his quarter
deck like Nelson at Trafalgar, or
stood gt his post like one of llic
young heroes of lhe Birkenhead.
Unforseen Trouble
Seeing that the weather was
gilling worse, and realising the
chances of risk to his frail and
fragrani crafi from the rising of
a heavy tea. Commodore Mac
larlane lei go tht anchor, and g. ve
ordcrs al  once th,u  the ihimpi' g
ceremony should Ik- started.
arose. Despite strenuous efforts
thc doors refused to budge. They
had got jammed probably swelled
a little by the water.
Had a Wretched Time
Rougher and rougher grew thc
sea  while  the  indefatigable commodore  battled  to get his duty-
done.    A I...in   him  on   the deck
of thc sniff yacht in spite of thc
fresh   sea   breezes   there   swirled
in aromatic gusts thc spicy odors
of thc clipper's cargo.   The result
was a most unhappy one for the
indefatigable   commodore.     Beset
with   all   the   dismal   horrors of
mal-dc-mcr,   Ih-sjiIch   his   natural
anxiety to ensure the proper performance   of   his  duly,   and   thc
safety of the vessel ill his charge,
he still manfully stayed wiih the
job.     It   ' -ok  far  kmgor  ih.in  it
-h>.uli.   1 ".     taken.     It   was  far
hardci   than il should have been.
Drenched with salt spray, chilled,
sea-sick, yel still indomitable, Coin-
modoN    Macfarlane   had    finally
0 abandon  lhc attempt   to force
o|ten   lhc   sniff   yacht's  dumping
doors.     Willi   shovels   the   cargo
was dumped Ifl toilsome manner,
and    most    iiiiap|-*clising    circumstances.   But wiih his colors nailed
to  the  mast   though   the  natural
color of  his  bronzed  cheeks was
paled, the gallant commodore finished   his   task,  and   returned   in
triumph   lo the harbor wiih   the
sniff yacht proudly stemming the
lidts behind him.
Final Census Returns Cannot
be in Till October No Bill
This Session.
Pictures nnd Music, 7.30 p.m.
Pictures and songs, 7.30 p.m.
PHEN1X THEATRE, Second Aveuue:
Pictures and music, 7.30 p.m.
Provided wiih ��� large pocket I
A letter was received in  town 1 handkerchief, though unforluivti -
yesterday from Rev. Mr. Rush-lly minus a respirator- the Intrepid I
brook who left   Port   Kssington aIcommodore himself Int his ready1
few weeks ago owing to alarming aid in the loosening of tbe fasten-jof a ri-disiiilmtion bill being limug-
neWS  of  his wife's  ill  health   in  ings of tlu- stout doorways which I gt   in   this   session.       !
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa,  July  20.��� In  view  of
Statement made in the House
ii-st tight there is little prospect
Ontario.     Mr.   Rushbrook  stated  retain   the   cargo  until   the   sniff I Fisher   told   thc   House   that   the
INDOOR BASEBALL I    u ,,:     5pecial|in &* *l'n-'r ������,���,, Kri-V*' fears wire yachi r< aches the dumping place. I final figures for the census would
committee at court room at 8.30 p.m. |entertained for his wife's recovery.! But now  an  unlorsccn  difficulty |not be available before Octobir. THE DAILY NEWS
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Daily Edition.
Friday, July 21
Sk-n. Und Dislrlcrj^-fit^1
northeut corner, tlWMB ������� jy    .   ,   *  thence
3 vJEmTJks^ con
MiningSM acre, more or lo-* PUTNAM
pSffft." G^H. Putnam Ag.n
Brenda Tregennis is found dead
in her chair at her home in Cornwall, sirick.n dead with horror.
Her two brothers, Owen and
George are found insane from horror. What has caused it? The
remaining brother Mortimer Tregennis calls in Sherlock Holmes to
investigate "the Cornish Horror?'
Holmes questions Mortimer Tregennis closely about the details of
the affair, but gets little help. So,
in company w-ith Dr. Watson he
proceeds to the scene of tragedy.
Upon his return to Canada, Sir Wilfrid Laurier made a great
speech. It was a speech of vindication. Thc Premier vindicated
his conduct at the Imperial Conference where he consistently fought
for the observance of the principle of colonial self government as the
best and only means of developing the strength of the Empire.
Needless to say the speech as a piece of oratory was a masterly
vindication. Sir Wilfrid reviewed to his Quebec audience the history
of the four Imperial Conferences he had attended, and the work he
had taken up.   He reviewed the measures that had been presented,
I  may have commented upon
power of mental de
my friend
tachment, but never have I wondered at it more than upon that
-pring morning in Cornicwall when
for two hours he discoursed upon
celts, arrowheads, and shards as
lightiy as if no sinister mystery
was waiting for his solution. It
was not until we had returned in
the afternoon to our cottage that
Copyright, 1911, by the Century Syndicate
lice arc utterly at fault," said J awaited him
he; "but perhaps your wider j die grate.
experience has suggested some conceivable explanation. My "nl>
claim to being taken into your
confidence is that during my many I to
residences here I have come to
know this family of Tregennis
very well���indeed, upon my Cornish mother's side 1 could call
thorn cousins���and their strange
fate has naturally been a great
shock to me. I may tell you
that I had got as far as Plymouth
upon my way to Africa, but the
news reached me tlii- morning,
and I came straight back again
to help in the Inquiry."
Holmes raised hi- eyebrows.
"Did you lose your boat through
and   threw  it  into
From the Plymouth hotel, Watson," he said.  "I learned the name
Coaat Hang,, b Land District
Taka   nolle,  lhat  1.  Jul,,,   gJH*
eumkalum,  occupation  larmur, i��� ���,,,..    ft*
or permiaaion to purchaao U,�� lolioJJJ j���c'W
Commencing at a post plintad at ��� !,-, ���������,.
corner ol Lol 3983, thunce ouai Wemx^'S**
tHLfteaZ   aouth 40 chaina. ihence WttSoffiSffl*
Mn., thanca   north 40 chain, to place oicom,,,,.,,,,,,,,';",' lh-*"-
described lands;       ,,i*ntad at tho north
Commencing at      P?    '"'f Ll\ District
his attitude to the various proposals, and the results of the policies :wc  foU,Hj a  visitor awaiting us.
he had  advocated.    Particularly  he  emphasised   thc  results���the
Imperial  results���that have followed Sir Wilfrid's requests at the
first  Imperial Conference, that the treaties lietween   Great Britain
and Germany and Great Britain and Belgium be set aside, and that
Canada be allowed to negotiate her own treaties..
Sir Wilfrid vindicated his attitude in attacking the proposal ol
Sir Joseph Ward, Premier of New Zealand, that an Imperial Parliament he set up at Westminster with power to tax thc overseas dominions for purposes of defence.    He showed how bureaucracy was j beard���golden at the frirgis and
fatal to the growth of Imperial loyalty���an attitude in which he had [
the strong support of such Imperial statesmen as Premier Asquith.
who soon brought mir minds luck
to the malar in hand. Neither of
us needed io he told who that
visitor was. The huge body, the
craggy and deeply-aeamcd face
wiih the tii r.e eyes and hawklike
nose, the grizzled hair which nearly
brushul  our  cottage  ailing,  the
white mar the lips, save for the
nicotine stain from his perpetual
Mr. Lloyd-George, Hon. Vernon Harcout and Lord Haldane. as well cjgar���all these wen ..-uill known
as the support of thc representatives of Australia, South Africa and
But there is a better vindication lhan the vindication of spoken
words���of which Sir Wilfrid is an acknowledged master,
vindication of facts���the vindication of history.
That vindication is brief but potent.    Fifteen years ago when
in London as in Africa, and could
olny be associated with the personality of Dr.  Leon  Sterndale,
It is thej-j^c grcat lion-hunter and explorer.'
We had heard of his presence |
in the district, and had or.ee or
"I will take thc next."
"Dear me! that is friendship
"I tell you rhcy were relatives."
"Quite so���cousir.*- of your mother. Was your luggage aboard
the ship?"
"Some of it, but the main part
at the hotel."
"I see. But surely this event
could not have found its way into
the Plymouth morning papers?"
"No, sir;   I had a telegram."
' Mighr I ask fr, m whom?"
A shadow jwssul over the gaunt
I face of the explorer.
"You arc very inquisitive, Mr.
With an effort. Dr. Stemdale
recovered his rurhVd composure.
"I have no objection to telling
you." he said. "It was Mr.
Roundhay, the vicar, who sent
me the telegram which recalled
"Thank vou." >.id Holmes.   "I
Sir Wilfrid Liurier. then plain Mr. Liuricr. came to power in Canada. I nvi(.t. aught s|ght of his tall may "V m an8Wer t0 y��ur original
this country was leading an isolated life. In every province were (figure UJvm tilt. moor|ari-| path... question, that I have not cleared
advocates for thc policy of "cutting thc painter," and finding a refuge Hc mai,c no afjvarces to us. my mind entirely on the subject
under the Stars and Stripes. Canada was looked upon by the people-1 however .nor would we have dream-1��' tms caw- ,,ul lllat ' nave ever>'
of Grcat Britain as a country' of snow and ice. Only the hardy fi\x ,������ ,,.- (*,,*r^, >t ,(i jljm as ^ wa> hope of reaching some conclusion.
found their way to our shores. Our revenues under high taxation L.t.|| ,.nott.n ,hat it was his love
amounted to $36,000,000; our commercial revenue was $20,000,000. Qg ^.ri,,^,,,, which caused him to
Since thc year 1896, the commercial revenue has increase-d i" s.H.rf- ,|K, grcater pm ,.f the bi
ll would Ik- premature io say more"
"Perhaps you would tell me if
your suspicion- point in any particular direction?"
No. I can hardly answer that."
scenic charm. Her people are welcomed in every clime, hut in none ,1>ndv wood of Beauchamp Ar-j "Then 1 have wasted my time,
more than in the capital of thc Empire.
The* advocates of annexation arc either dead or converted.   From
Europe on thc cast and from thc l'nited States on the south arc coming
$700,000,000;   thc  government  revenue  to $100,000,000.    Canada
is known thc world over as a country of wealth and prc��gress and
tcrval- between  his journeys in
a  small  burgalow  buried  in  the!
riar.ee.     Here,   amid   hi-,   books I and must not prolong my visit."
and  his map*,   he  lived  an ah-,The   famous   doctor   strode   out
lolutely lonely  life, attending to out of the cottage in considerable-
two grcat and steady streams of immigration.   A national spirit ha- hjs own ..jm|,|t. wants. am| paying m.humour. ar.d within five min-
bcen born, a national literature il in the making.   And out of the- ,iu|c Appsavnt hw(| to the affairs in.-   Holmes  had   followed   him.
growth of it has come a new spirit, an Imperial spirit
Liberty thrives on liberty. I'ndcr a policy which has made* for
freedom of thought and speech, freedom of trade anel commerce, ar.d
freedom of action within thc Imperial circle*. Canada during the past
fifteen years has grown from being a geographical cxprev-ion to a self-
governing Dominion among the free dominions of the world.
That is the real vindication of Sir Wilfrid Laurier���the vindt
cation of facts, thc vindication of history.
of his neighbors. It wis a surpri-c I siw him no more until evening,
to mc. therefore, to hear him when he returnul with a slow step
asking Holmes, in an eager voice, and haggard face which assured
win ther he had made any advance me- that he had made no grcat
in his reconstruction of this my- progrtss with his investigation,
uri-us episode.   "The county no- He glancid at a telegram which
of it from the vicar and I wired
make ceruiin that Dr. Leon
Stcrndale's account was true. It
appears that he did indeed spend
ast night there, and that he has
actually allowed some of his hag-
gage to go on to Africa, while he
returned to be present at this
investigation. What do you make
of that, Watson?"
"He is deeply interested."
"Deeply interested���yes. Then-
is a thread here which we have
not yet grasped, and which might
lead us through the tangle. Cheer
up Watson, for I am very sure
that our material has not yet all
come to hand. When it does,
we may soon leave our difficulties
behind us."
Little did I think how soon the
words of Holmes would be realized,
or how strange anel sinister would be that new development which opened up an entirely
fresh line of investigation. I was
shaving at my window in the
morning when I heard the rattle
of hoofs, and looking up, saw a
dogcart coming at a gallop down
the road. It pulled up at our
door, and our friend the vicar
sprang from it and rushed up the
garden path. Holmes was already
dressed, and wc hastened to meet
Our visitor was so excited that
he could hardly articulate, but
at last in gasps and bursts his
tragic story came- out of him.
"We are devil-ridden, Mr. Holmes! My poor parish is devil-
ridden!" he cried. "Satan himself is loose in it! Wc are given
over into his hands!" He danced
about in his agitation, a ludicrou-
object if it were not for his ashy
face and startled eyes. Finally
he shot out his terrible news.
"Mr. Mortimer Tregennis has
died during thc night, and with
exactly the same symptoms as the
rest of his family."
Holmes sprang to his feet, all
energy in an instant.
"Can you fit us both into your
"Yes, I can."
"Then,  Watson,  we will  postpone our breakfast.    Mr. Round-
hay,   we   are   entirely   at   your
disposal.     Hurry���hurry, before
things get disarranged."
point ol commencement, conialnlnl o* ��������
Pub. April 16.
Dated March 18, mil.
Pub April lb.
Skeena Land DUtriat- District g| Curiu
Tfcka notion tbat 1, l'��rry QUMug ,,[ o*ittm
Rupwi, B. l\, occupation pttNpecUtf, intend J
apply  lor  permisaiun  to purchuu Um lull-awiS
dttacril* 1 landa:
Commencing at a poat i ;,i; ��� ii, u.u
of liutw Day, about thrue-eight* ul ��� attm
of the mouth ol tho -Honaiwa t iwk, agd [���,.���
on the easterly boundary ol Titni.-i Umtt N?
362H1 of No, Jb'Jt-iU, thenc* euuu, w obaioj llasj
tbe eaaterly limit of aatd TimUt l.i 11| :,u h|S
or No. Hb*i60 -tU chaina, thuuw i-u-i it, ,lv ��hure u
Gouea Uay, a distance of 40 ctiains nun ur i��J
thenoe northerly along the stiurv ol ���,.,im> ^
40 chaina more or leaa, thuncu mtarij 4i> <��� t':\
more or leaa to point ol comrm*iio*mi*tH, c.int��WM
Hili ���(-i-s.a, mnti ur li**a* *
Skeona Und DUtrlct���DUtrlct ol Caaaiar
Take noil" that  1.  laaac O'llrlan  Forbea ol
t.,in~ llunert 11 C. occup.tion carpenter. Inund
M"permUalon"upiircbu. the lollowln,
dr���nilnfit a P<>.. ptafi* *��*.��'.B*g
.outh and one mile weat ol tha lorka ol IhaWhlU
fidTFUt rim ih"""1 �����? 80 ch*n,��� lt"nc*
wi SO chaiiu. thence aouth 80 chaina, thance
CAS-fit Ml. ISA*C V���������1)?���
Pub. Mai 13. FrancU S. Praaton. A|ant
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol CaaaUr
Take notice thai 1. Swan  Hallan ol btawarl.
B.   C,  occupation   carpenter.  Inland   to  aoply
lor tiarmlMlon to purchaaa the lollowlm d.��crlb*d
Commencing at a poat plantad about &J&*
south and oneil) mil. weal. ol tha lorka ^ol tha Whlta
and Hat rivera, thence 80 ehalna aouth. thanca 80
chaina east, thenca 80 chaina north, thanca 80
D.'trtAptll'lS.lOll. SWANHALLEN
Pub. May 13. FrancU S. Preaton. Aganl
Skaana Land DUtrlct���DUtrlct ol Quaen Charlolta
Take nolice that Uoui-ge W. Arnotl ol Prince
Rupert, 0. Oa occupauon real eataui broker.
intenda lo apply lor permlasion lo purchaao tha
lollowing deacribed landa:
Ckimmancing at a poat planted about aavan
mllea and one-hall mile west and one mde aoutb
(rom the mouth ol Stanly Creak, Naden Harbor,
thenca waat 80 chaina, thanca south 80 chains,
thence eaat 80 chains, Ihence north 80 chains.
Dated March 17, 1911. GEO. W. AllNOTT
Pub. April 22. Numa Demara. Aganl
Skeena Und Dlatrict-DUtrlct ol Caaalar
Take notice that I. Alice M. Knouaa ol Princ*
Rupert, 11. Oa, occupallon married woman. Intend
to apply lor permUalon to purchaaa lh* (ollowing
daacriMKl lands:
Commencing at a poat planted about two milM
aouth and two mllea weat ol tho (orks ol White
and Flat rivera, thence north 80 chaina, tbence
east 80 chaina,  thence aoulh 80 chains.  Ihence
D"'ed8ApCril SO*.' 1811. ALICE M. KNOUSE
Pub. May 13. FrancU S. Praaton. Agent
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Caaalar
Taka noUce lhat 1, Jamea Webster bsplln ol
Stewart. B.C., occupation    auctioneer. Intend lo
apply lor permUalon to   purchase   ths   lollowlng
deecribed Unda: .
Commencing at a post planled on tha right
bank ol tha Naaa river about nine mllos above
the [orka ol the Naaa river, thenco aouth 80 chains.
Ihence woat 80 chaina, thenca north 80 chains,
thence eaat 80 ehalna lo point ol comroencenient,
containing 610 acres mor* or less.
Datad March 21, 1911.  Frank Sidney Wright, Agt
Pub. May 1".
100 acrea mot* or lei
Dated March 7, 1911.
Pub. April 7.
Skaana Und Dalrict��� Dulrict ul u ,.  ���. Clwlou,
Taka   nolle*   thai   U��org.>   Iriuvl,   ,.l  i*nui
lluperl, b. C, occupatiun buiclivr. uiui.a. lua-tu.
lor permission to purchaae tho luilua,, - 0,��mt4q
Cununancing  at  a  poat  planled abuul .,,,:
milea waat and two milea auum ui U,** tituuia tl
Slanlay   Creak   where   ll  empties    iniu .Nsate
Harbor, Graham laland, thence 'u chaiiu suata,
ihence 80 chaina weal, th.nco co mains t>u**u,
thance 80 chana oaat to point ol .......... ,\.^.;
and oonlaining 040 acrea mure urlua,
Daiod March 17, 1911        i.t.oltiii: FluatU
Pub. April 7. Numa llaumi, .i,,.;
Skeona Und DUtrlct���District ol Caaalar
,ka nolle* that I.Sydt
J., occupation cook,
mission to purchaao llie lollowln
Take notice lhat 1, Sydney Fllagarald o( Stewart
k, Intend
    ,  .he lollowlng
Commcnclng at a poal planted about B>* mile
B. C, occupation cook, Intend to apply lor par-
dewrribed landa
aouth and one mile ol tbe lorka ot W hllo
and Flat rivers, thence aouth 80 chains, thence
weat 80 chaina, thenca north 80 chains, thance
l"!*d Apr* Ifi, 1911.   SYDNEY FITZGERALD
Pub. May 13. FrancU S. Prc-ston, Aganl
Skeena Und DUtrict���District ol Coasl Range
Take notice lhat I, J. Harold McKean ol Princ
Skaana Und DUtrict���DUlrict ol gimn Uirl-m
'I'aka notico that l-'rar.a i.,.,������. ut .��� ..^-..
Ouu, oceupailon bookJusvpur, lounus iu sj-*..
(or permiaalon lo purchase inu lollo.iug aa,cr,u*4
Commencing at a poal planled abuat hiss
milaa west and two milea ml n U u-u ukuu d
Stanley Creak whan ll ��n,pii��a into ..:,
Harbor, Graham laland, Ibence so chains auuui,
tbanoo 80 chaina oaat, thenoe 80 cnaiu num.
Ibenc* 80 cbaina weal lo puinl ul cu!i,ii���:,-v.-:.,a-l
and oonlaiiing 040 aero* mora or loss.
Daiod March 17, lull. FRANK LUIU
Pub. April 7. Numa Oinus, A|ss
Skaana Land Diatrict���DUlrict ul Coast
Tako nunc* that Glenn McArtbur -4* luiceu.
B.  C, occupallon real  aetata agut.t lr.ltHals w
apply lor permiaelon lo purchaso th* luiiu*U|
doacrlbud landa:
Commencng at a poat planted 40 chains .1*
and 80 cbaina aoulh ul the auuth.wl curost 4
lint Na 1733 marked Glenn McArtbur s *..-.:���
waat oornor, Ihonco aoulh 4U cbaina, ttaH.*a sul
SU chaina, thanca nurth 40 chains, ir.r.c. .*i
SO chaina to pun o( cummancani.l.t, cutnaum
J20 acreo moro or leoa.
D.led March io, 1911.       GLENN McAl'1I1U
Pub. April lb. T. D. Laud. Apai
Skaana Und DUtrict���Dutrict ol quern Charlstis
lake notice thai Hubert O. Cm ul hn
Rupart, il. C, occupatiun agent, tnleuds lo ., w
lor parmlaion lo purchaaa to* lolluaing dwnM
Commencing at a poat plantad about ( 1:
fine* woat and hall a mile aoulh ol in* ntoslfc d
Stanloy Creak where ll empties it.io N
Uarbur, Graham laland, thenca east 4U ctsda
thanca nortb 40 cbaina, thenoe ��*at <u casus,
tbane* *outb 40 cbaina lo point ol comii..co-oai
and coniaining loo aaaa more or hsas.
Dated March 17. IV1L III M.r. .  U. CREI
Pub. Apnl 7. Numa Dem-m. .MsH
Skoena LandDUUlet ���Dislrict ol IJuaeo esarl��
Take nouc* that Calhonna llariiaun. .1 Caln
Albarl*.   occupation  apttuter,   IntooU to ani).
(or pwrnla-alon lo purcnas* lh* lulluwing ossmM
lands: . ,.
e ommenclng al a post plantod abuul * M
milaa weal and hall a mile aoulh Iron, lb* mull
ol *-.tanl*y Creak, whore ll arapua. mu. Naau
Harbor, Graham laland, thenca 40 chains *-nu
thanca 40 chaina eaat, lhaoca 40 cbaias ssru.
Ibonoa 40 chaiiu weat lo point ol eun
and containing lllo acres mure or toss.
���^ *****' ""CATHERINE ..AUK.**
Pub Apr. 7. Numa IMraen. Apsl
Skaana Und DUtrict���DUlrict ol l*u��*o CkarWu
Taka notica thai J. iL ..Urphy.ol Vs-ioj*.
B.  C,  occupsllon  conimerca.  :r.. 	
to apply lor parmiaaion to purchase tn* louanl
de*cnood landa:
Commoociiit  at a poat planlod ��������
Ruport. II. Oa, occupat on blackam lh. Intend lo   ^^ JJJ ,nj oa, m\, rouia Iron uu u��*��
apply  (or perm salon  to purchaaa the  lollowlng   o( suniy Crsok. Naden Harbor, uw.i-** JJJ [J
deacr bod lands:
(to be continued)
Choir Picnic to Tugwell Island Marred by a Sad Accident���One of the Gentlemen Placed the Cutlery
on the Launch's Gunwale for Saf .ty���Then
He Stood on it and Tipped the Boat
A regrettable accident marred
the- pleasure of the picnic which
thc choir of St, Andrew's Church
held at Tugwell Island on Tuesday
afternixm, whereby a quantity
of valuable silver rutlery belonging
to Bishop DuVernet was sent lo
the bottom of the Pacific Ocean.
It appears that after spending
an enjoyable day in the surf.
followed by * picnic on lhe- beach,
the party were preparing tO return
home. Thc silver forks and 1000111
and knives, kindly loaned by
bishop and Mrs. DiiYcrr.l win
an object of ���,�����.( i;il intention.
When the party went lo return
to   their   launch   the   Wolverine,
which lay some distance out in j
deep water, the- parcel of cutlery
Was carefully handled. The gentleman in charge of the parcel
placed ii on ihe gunwale of the
launch before he left thc row boat. |
Then he Stepped on the gunwale
of the launch himself, with the
result thai the launch tipped and
the panel of silverware fell into
the water.
Great regrel was expressed at
lhc loss, but it was then impos-iUc
to recover lhe parcel. Sonic of
tin*   party   are   talking   of   (-"'t'l:
over to Tugwell Island on Sunday
at low water to drag the s*>oi
In    an   attempt    tO   recover   the
Bishop's diver.
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Skeena Und  Diatrict     Diatrict ol Cout fUngt
'lake notie* that Marv Heainn UUdtntcavt of
Victoria, B. C*. occupation housekeeper, intend*
to apply tor |H*rmiaaiiui to purcbu* tin- fo1lo*ln|
iit*cntH*d land!
chuna, ih-anon
chuna, thane* ��
Dau-1 .March 17, 1911.
Pub. Apnl 22.
Commencing at a po.1 planted about three and ^^^ th.nce aeal 10 c in.
ona-hal! mile, d slant In a aouth weatetly dlroeUon
Irom a blind alough Irom Obeervatory Inlet where
the aame touehea tbe Ind an Hs-eerve, thenc* weat
80 chaina, thanca aouth bO cha na, thenco eaat Ml
chains, thanca north SO cha na to po nt ol com
mencement, containing 610 acrea more or lea..
Dated Apr 114. 1811.      I. HAROLD McKEA
40 chains, Uwoos seal! II
Numa IH-im A|*u
Commencing at a poat planted at the soulhweat ' �����nW"-^M0,M!~,TK?,,,.Vl?'uACi,i
rner ol Lol 996. Kange b. Coaat Dletrleuhane* ,��,,��,���, l,,nk S
i rli.ina aoulh thenco 40 chaina   east. Ibence 00   Haled March 25, 1911. Sldne) Iran* I*
chaina aoutb tbenc* 40 chains eaat, ibence bO
chaina north, tbence 40 chaina weal to point ol
ommencement. containing ll.-O acrea more or leaa.
Dated April 17. 1911.
Pub. May 6.
Skeana Land District���District ol Cout
Take notica that  Irc.l W. Uohler ol KlUum-
kalum, occupauon farmer, Intends to apply  lor
permiasion lo  purchaaa  tba  (ollowing  doscribed
Commencing at a post planted at the northeast corner ol A. McLeod's pro-empUon, thenoa
20 cbains aouth, thonco 10 cbaina aaat, Ihenco 20
chaina north, thenoa 10 ehaina sraat to poal of
commencement conUining 20 acres more or leaa.
Dated April 10, 1911. KK1KIIlillUI W. IIOIII.KIl
Pub. April 22. Prod Hampton, Agent
Skaana Und Dtalrl��-Dlstrlet ol t roalsl
Taka   notioa   Ibal   I,  Tboraaa   M ��{���*..����� ��
Stewart, U. C. occupation miner.int.-i.-i i/JJJj
lor permiaalon lo put-chase the following ���smaim
Commencing at a posl plantad on lh* ����
bank ol the Naaa river about lour mites abets"
lorka ol the Naaa river, thenos *ouili g ��sm
thenca wert HO chains, thenc* nortl, ��� t"��
ihenco eaal BO chaina lo poinl ol comm*n��r~-
rut.e mt
Skeena Land DUtrict���Diatrict ol Coaat Kange b
���-���������*������ ��� ���'�������� ������ "���"' �����" k���> ������' ���*:isaix��l-*��s��
lar '
( )    My poat ta on aouth eaat corner ol land applied
V_   lor, marked letter* S. E., about one mile weat ol
'   Lake Lakelae, aouth aid* of Skeona liver Dinrict
of Cout Kang* 6.
Dated April 29, 1911.     BELL HALL KENNEY
Pub. May 13. John llaverty. Agent
moutb, Nova Scotia, occupation married woman.
Intond to apply for permiaalon to purchaae ibe
lollowing deecribed landa:
Commencing at a post plantod at north east
corner of T. L Lot 3852H. thenco running w-*at 40
chaina, thenca north  bO
chaina, thance aouth 80
menccmenl  containing  320 acrea  more or   lesa.
Pub. May 17.
Skeena Und Diatrict-District.of Cos;*
Take nolice that I. Mrs. John IVrki "' '���J
Kupert. B.C.. occupation married womsn. ,*,i"*��
to apply for permlulon to purchaae the i...,��'���*
.!<�����. til.al land.: . ���   . ---.
C-mmenclnir at a poat planted *i .��'"',,
a,.<l 120 chaina auuth from th* wuih*. .1 ��""*J
lot 173.1. Coaat IWalrlcl, Kan��e .'.. Ho * "
chaina, thenc* aaat 40 chain., lln-nor n*n*
chain., Ihence woel 40 chains morr ...  ��� ������ "' ���
l ...nt   ol   commencement, containing *��
more ur less. ...,i,i rV
Date Mar. 20, 1911
I'ub. Apr. 4. 1911
Skoena Und DlaUlct-Dialrict of GmtffM*
Taka notice that Eldon S. Djtel" ^'^m
miti     *>'    ('un" ���������----���   *	
"commencing at a poat planted al 0* ***
weat corner ol  Lot 1928, thence essi ���*''""
 a. .. -helns n.i*r* ��,*--*
laaa, u.rix* '
i, tnence running weai ��u   ;r-"-_**- ���*���*-.- 'a  - ���77-7.* n, ,.
chains,  thence eul   40 Wj*. ***�� chJi��� **StSS
chains to place ol com-   �� *��** **9 0[^"���?x22
L>n   ���~_   ������~   ���,   1...     containing 140 Mm mora or Iras.
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Skeena Land Diatrict-Diitrict of Coait Range 6
Coaat District
Take notlne that Wm. Leslie of Sapperton, B.C.
occupation Government Guard, Intenda to apply
for permlasion to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted 40 chains weat
and 120 chaina aouth of thc aouthweat corner of lot
No 1733, range 5 coaat dlstrlct,marked Wm.Leslie,
N.W. corner, thence south 40 chains, thence east
80 chains, thence north 40 chaina, thence west 80
chains to post of commencement, containing 320
acrei more or leaa.
T. D. Laird. Agent
Dated March 20th. 1911
Pub. April 29th. 1911
Skeana Und District���District of Caaalar
Taka notice that I, Alfred Herryman Wllliama
ot   I'rince  Kupert,   B.  C,  occupaUon  merchant
Intend to apply for permlasion to purchaaa tha
following deacribed lands:
Commencini al a post planted about (2) two
mllea aouth of the forka of the Whlta and Flat
rivera, thenca 80 ehalna aouth, thenoa 80 chatna
weat, thence B0 cbaina north, thance 80 chaina
Dated April 18, 1911. Francis S. Trcaton, Agent
Fub. May 13.
Skeena Und District���Diatrict of Caaaiar
Take notice that I, John Robert I'acey of I'rince
conuining 140 acres i
Dated March 81, 1911
Fub. AprU 16*
ELDON S- ��� ' ���
John L anu'l**'- *���"���
miprrt,  ii. i  .,  occupation cook,  intend tn apply
for permaaion to purchaae the (ollowing described
iv ol Pi
Kupert, 11. C, occupation cook, intend to apply
torpor  ��� '
Commencing at a post planted 12) two mllea
south and 2) two mllea west of the forks of the
Whlto and Flat rivers, thence south HO chaina
thenca eut 80 chains, thence nortb 80 chains,
thence weat 80 cha na.
Dated Apr I 20, 1911     JOHN ROllEKT PACEY
Pub. May 13. Franc a S. Praaton, Agen
Hkeena Land District���District ot Cout Range 6
Take notce   that   I,  Martha   Leek, ol   Frince
to h|,|,Iv for permiaalon to purchaae the following
Kupert, B. C, occupat on marr >d woman Intern!
to apply for pormlaal.    '
dsacrlbed landa
Commencing at a poat planted about three jnd
one-half mllea distant In a aouthweeterly direction
Irom a blind alough Irom Obaervatury Inlet whet-e
the ssme touehea the Ind an Koaerve, thence eut
80 chaina, thence aoulh 80 cha na, thence wost 8
Chains, thence north 80 cha na lo point ot com*
mencement, conta n ng 640 acrea more or leaa.
Dated Apr 1 14,1911. MARTHA LEEK
Pub. Mav 13.
Skeena Und Dletrlt-t-Dhtr let " ',*'fari-,
Taka nolice that I Krancla S. I 'I*"'*"* J"^
Rupert. B. C. occupallon proap"';''* ^^SnH
apply  lor permiaaion  lo purchase tr* i��"*
dtocribed landa: ,   ,  .  ,,,��� . ������-*
Commencing at a poat planted '���",grtla1
miles aouth and two miles west ul i ���' . h|il,
the White and Flat rivers, thence ""������������j-jj
thence eaal 80 chaina, Ibence north u "*���
thence weat 80 chaina. __.���-,, < ilttSTOS
Dated April 20. 1911. FRANCIS S. 1 '"-��
Pub May IS
Skeena Und DIstitct-Dlatrlcl ol gj**ffll,
Take nol ca that I, Joe Jack ol I f >�� *,* ,���
���. C occupation carpenter, Intend M eww^j
permiaalon   to   purchaM  the  lollowlng  OeKi
"commencing at a poat planled el�� '' I-Jjjg"
one-halt mllta distent In a soulh ��"�����''���,,., ,\*s
Irom a blind alough from Obeervato') ni (-|
the Mine touehea the Indian Hf**1'*!.,���.,**.�����
80 cha na. thenca -oith 80 chaina. i�� ���' , �����,.
chaina. tbence aoulh 80 chains lo t��l ���
mencement, containing 610 acrea mor. ������' jaCK
Dated April 14, 1911. '"
I'ub. May 19.
Skeena Und Dlalricl-District of I ���;���,���,*��,
Tak* notice that Utile McTsvUh ol JMJJJ ���
B. C, occupation  married  *"n",n;.. MioeM
apply  for  permlulon  lo purchase n>
described landa: ,    .  , ., ihr toix.'
e,ommenclng at a post planted a. wn*l
weat corner 100 chaina eaat end w �� ��������������������
Irom tbe northeut corner ol If'''.,,'-.��� rhsiK
Survey, Cout District,Range Wl*'11" , ,Mini
south, thenca 80 chains east, lh'"' ������ (nli��i
north, thenca 40 chains west. to*"--*. wmmH*
aouth, Ihence 40 chains west to I"'"'
cement, containing 400 aem MBSJ mu. r��Vtg
Dated nlay 2. 1911. LOI IU. ���        A,���t
Pub. May 6. Fred ����� l,t,r
Skeena Land District-District ��M'* ''' ���,)-��.*
Take notice that I. Alexandrr l I"       .������,! to
horn. Manitoba, occupation   ��"""���   (oi|0*l*il
apply fur permission to purchase to
deacribed landa: . ,���,���, ��� the >""."
west corner c
s tuat.al about T, .-*	
rectlon from Breckenrldire Lamm>'���   ���, ,|,aliii.
C. north weat corner; thence r*" ' ' ft, chain"
thence east 80 chains, theace n��rinf w ,-,��.
more or '-as to aouth east ��"rn7 ���.���th *"\
thence west 40 chains morc or I'"" ,���������,. rw"
corner of lot 3062, thence n*Mlh#^ WA ,(����*���
���",d,: .       I.nlnl   Bt   lhe  ���**"'?
clng at n post plant*. ��' ���,���,,��.
r of lot 8065. district of '�����,,|ytll-
xiut 6 1-2 mile. In a .outh   ��     ^ a.
or lesa to suuth eaat corner
weat 40 chaina more or less tn i-
ment, oontainlnit S60 acres nwrtj
mint "I'
160 acres mu," '������ '. .,-- KB
Dale June 2nd, 1911
Pub. June 24th, 1911
I !
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General Merchandise
Largest Slock
.   \
Lowest Prices in Northern B. C.    \
(MMAst rosuo)
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Real Estate and Stock Brokers
Prince Rupert
For all kinds of help, cooks,
waiters, dishwashers, hotel por-
Ins, nil kinds of laborers or mechanics, call up
Phone No. 178
or call at the
Grand Hotel Fret Employment  Office
i i ��� iI ; ::iii its for cooks *V waiters
���t-*aa*****ai -*saa***a*.
Lot Block Section Price
65              84           8 $325.00
:l and -I           14           8 B50.00
Tand8 38           7 2.<XM)
Come in and see our Hat of buys in
other parts of the city
Second Ave, Prince Rupert, B.C.
Hotel Central ��3 $fi*x
European and American plan, steam
heated, modern conveniences. Rut****.
91.UQ to 92.50 per day.        ;        :
Peter Black
little's NEWS Agency
Magazines :: Periodicals :: Newspapers
Price of Local Stocks
(As reported by S. Harrison & Co.)
Portland Canal     15-34       16
Stewart M. & D. Co  1.00
Rod Cliff      1.15    1.16
Main Reef 20
Silver Cup 10
===E.   EBY   ��,   Co.���
Kitsuink.ilr.in Land For Sale
S. O. E. B. S.
Tho  Prince  Rupert Lodire, No   318, Sone  of
England, meola thc rlrst and third Tueadaya  in
each month in the Carpentera Hall, at 8 p.m.
F. V. CLARK. Sec..
P. O. Box H12. Prince Rupert
Windsor Hotel
Newljr Furnished and
Sleam Heated Rooma
P.O. BOX 37
���Grand Hotel
���Wni BtdS, clean White Sheets  2Sc
1 Rooms 50c
J GOODMAN. Proprietor
Rochester de
,)*      Monroe
' ���* Coal
'*       a) -ViJ
'   -.:-.   Phone il s
Fur and Skins
Tanned, Mounted and
Lined for Muffs, Etc.
Vancouver Fur Dressing Company
1843 Granville St.        Vun., B.C
Funeral   Directors
3rd Ave. nenr tith St. Phone No. 86
Another Cholera Victim
New York, July 20��� (Special)���
Another death occurred from cholera a I die quarantine station today
The victim is a foreigner.
This is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of (he ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in ita discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
EN     )
The "Marrying for Money" Problem as Seen by a Woman
"How," says Mrs. Francis Graham, "can the average penniless
Woman, 'deceitful of heart,' naturally, according to the Scriptures, ignorant of logic ar.d ethics,
but a past-graduate in poverty,
hope to truly distinguish between
her love for the man himself and
her love for his goods and chattels?
Look the world over, and you will
find that the man of means doesn't
go begging afar for a bride.
"How painful to contemplate.
Yet this is the position man has
thrust upon woman by hedging
her in on every hand and preventing her making her own name
and place in life, liule reckoning
that the whole mean system operates against and punishes himself in the end���as it undoubtedly
should���for how could woman do
man a deeper wrong than to
marry him for his money?
"It is useless to deny that one
great cause of discontent in marriage is that woman's financial
condition has not kept jxice with
her mental development; and if
woman is dissatisfied how can
man be happy? Her predicament
reacts upon him every time. It
cannot, and should not be otherwise. Indeed, his unhappineas
doubtless yet will be the corduroy
road upon which she will march to
final emancipation.
rinse quickly in clear water of the
same  temperature.    Hang  them
where they will dry rapidly, and
then put them between sheets of
white paper and under a weight.
Treated in this way they will not
turn yellow.
Strawberry Cream
Over a quart of strawberries
pour one teacupful of sugar, let
Stand for an hour, then rub
through a sieve or fruit press.
Soak one tablespoonful of gelatine
in one-quarter pint of cold water
for an hour, then add a cup of
boilii-g water and a little sugar.
Stir until the ingredients arc thoroughly dissolved. Set aside, ar.d
when cool add the strained strawberries. Pour into pretty moulds
or large bowl and set on ice to
chill until ready for use. Any
other fruit may be substituted
for strawberries with equally good
results. Oranges prepared this
way are just splendid.
Tell the Boys
One of thc most satisfactory
Ways to hasten the cure of mosquito bites or of bites of other
insects, or of cold sores, is to
open the skin over lhe sore so as
to let the poisoned fluid escape.
Then the affected spot is really-
only a wound and is susceptible
to treatment with antisiplies and
healing lotions.
Curtain Hint
Make your curtains with hems
of equal length at top and bottom.
After washing them hang them
inside down, slipping the rod
through what was before the bottom hem. This equalizes wear
and tear and prolongs their life.
Be. careful not to make such
curtains of a material whose figures are not reversible in position.
Washing White Gloves
A good way to wash white silk
gloves; Rub them well in lukewarm water to which a little
ammonia   has   been   added,   and
Vancouver Carpenters Go Back
to   Work  on  Contractors'
Terms���Get the Closed Shop.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, July 20.���The general strike ended yesterday. The
carpenters who have been on
strike since June "ith ended the
fight yesterday when union men
voted to go back to work on the
terms offered by the contractors,
namely, S4.25 a day, and a closed
Ex-M.P. for Brockville was Hurt
in Gas Explosion at His Home
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Brockville, July 21.���W. H. Com
stock, ex-M.P. for Brockville, was
fatally injured by the explosion
of a gas heater in his house last
Mrs. Margaret Walkins of Tacoma Fatally Injured by a
Russian who Committed Suicide.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Tacoma,  July  20.���Without a
word of explanation Stanley Gujne-
woey, a Russian, fired three shots
at Mrs. Margaret Walkins, then
stood before a mirror and killed
himself. The tragedy occurred
in the lodging house of the woman
who is not expected to live.
Good Things to Eat
That will break the
table monotony at your
house can be found at
our store. Every boat
from the south brings
us Fresh Fruits, Fresh
Vegetables and New
Groceries.       :      :      :
Ideal Provision House
Third Ave., near Gth St.
2 cleared and level lots, with house, on
9th Ave., for sale as owner is leaving thc city.   Good terms.
P.O. Box 757 Pattullo Block
For most delicious Bread,
Dainty Biscuits, Ete., me
Robin Hood Flour
Kour Dealer Has It
���-���-#-���������-��� - <
I -General Hardware���
Builders' Hardware
Valves & Pipes
Oxford Stoves *
Second aveiue and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
ACCOUNTANTS -:-  A I'1 HI nils
Law-Butler Building      Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 351
of British Columbia of B.C., Oaten,*. Sea.
and Manitoba Bare. kateh.wan and Al
bert* Hera.
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Ofllce- Ki.-li.na-.- block, corner Third avenue and
Sixth street. I'rlnce Ruoert. S
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., D.D.S.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All denial operallona skilfully treated. Gaa and
local anaslhelics administered for the palnleea ei-
traction of teeth. Con.ultatlon free. Office*:
Helitoraon Block. Prince Hut.-rt. 11-11
Alex.M.Manaon H.A..    W.K William..,, a .1.1. n
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
p. o. box a
puriL or wn. roxoN, Esq.. a.r.a.m.,*ion.. *ho
LINDSAY'S "storage"'
G. T. P. Transfer Agents
Orders promptly Ailed.   Price* reaaonabla.
OFFICE-H. B. Rocheatar. Centra St.    Phona ��.
English and American Billiardi
Twelve Tables SECOND Ave.
Fruit   :   Produce   :   Feed
H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave.
Phone No. 200 P. O. Box 580
President Barrow of the Eastern
league, has released Umpires Rud-
derliain, Xaiiiion, Black and Pender. Rudderham goes to the Southern league, and Pender goes to the
Virginia league.
tt    X*    X*
Rill Squires will return to ilu*
ring, having agreed to meet Hill
Lang in Sydney next month. When
the pair met a year ago Lang gave
Squires an awful beating.
tf    fjs    $
Joe Sugdtii, former Vancouver
backstop, ex-big league player,
trainer and minor league manager,
is spending a few weeks in the
South. Rumor has it that he is
scouting for one of the National
league clubs in the southern circuit.
tl     tt     s*
Alfred Lequesnc, a bowler of
national reputation, was killed
by lightning at Royalton, Ohio.
Willi his wife he was in a hammock
under a tree, when the bolt struck
him, killing him instantly. His
wife fell to the ground unconscious,
but was not injured. Lequesnc
was a member of the Bond team
of Cleveland, which broke the
world's record at the Huii.il>, international tournament last winter.
He was 42 years old.
&  &  a
Jimmy Williams of the Victoria
club is a full-blooded Hawaiian
and learned the game in St. Louis
College, Honolulu. His work in
the island game attracted thc
attention of American players over
there and he was recommended
to and signed by Charley Graham
of the Sacramento club, who turned
the big, dark-skinned fellow over
to Householder. Williams has
all lhe earmarks of a promising
young pitcher, both speed and
tt    8   til
Except signing the articles, everything has been arranged for a
match U'twccn Jack Johnson and
Bombardier Wells for the biggest
purse ever offered in Great Britain.
Johnson is to receive $30,000, win,
lose or draw. The sum of $1.-3,000
is to be deposited July 15 and lhe
other $15,000 is to be handed to
Johnson an hour before lhc contest, which is to u-ikc place in
London, probably in September.
$   tt   tt
A new track record for six
furlongs was hung up in the big
race at Minon Park thc fourth
event at six furlongs. Pride of
Lismorc, which is at the lop of
his form right now, stood llic
rest of thc field of five on their I
heads when he btepprd the three-
quarters of the mile in 1:12 3-5,
two-fifths of a second better than
thc old mark, held by Fancy.
Daddy Gip was a length and a
half behind lhc winner, while
Thistle Belle nosed Ada Meade
out of thc show money. Jcssup
bum was left at the post and was
out run all the way. though he-
closed stoutly.
Double Weekly Service
S.S. Prince Rupert, S.S. Prince George
Mondays and Fridays, 8 a.m.
For Stewart,   Thursdays  and  Sundays
at 8 a.m.     Special   fare  on  Sunday
limit,   $11.50  return   including  meals
and berth.
as. Prince Albert sails for Port   Simpson,   Naas   River,   Masset,    Naden
Harbor, Wednesdays, 1.00 p.m.
and fir:
Queen Charlotte Island  points,   Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service lo Copper River
Mixed trains from Prince Rupert Wednesdays and Saturdays,   1   p.m.,   returning   Thursdays    and    Sundays
6.20 p.m.
The Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coaat 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
Canadian Pacific Railway
B.C. Coaat Service
Famous  Princess  Line
Monday, July 24th, 9 a.m.
J. G. McNab
General Agenl
a   a   .   rOK  aaa
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester
************************* ���
| w. j. McCutcheon j;
i   Carrie* complete stock of Drug*.   Special
i      attention pakl to filling prescription*.
'< Theatre Block v.u.sr. No. 79 Second A��e.
Phone 116
Cuban Patriot and Liberator is
on a Sight-seeing Trip
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
2nd Ave., next to old attic*) ot Optimist, tell only
Baal mad* In Reattla.   Fruit and Candy,  wli.il*-
aal* and Retail. Look for ila.li aim. al night
SAM I.OWEN. Proprietor Phon* SM
City Scavenging
Mr. J. 1.. Weston announces that he
has commenced work for the city.
All  orders received  at   the
Office, 5th St.
Phone 42
(Canadi.111 Press Despatch)
Montreal, July 20.���General Gar
cia, the famous Cuban patriot
and liberator, arrived here last
night from England to make a
trip across Canada to Vancouver
to study Canada and her resources.
For row boats and launches
telephone 320 green. Davis'
Boat House.
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
are requested to visit thc lodge.
J. P. CADE. N. G.
H. H. MORTON, Sec.
He sells Contracts
He sells Buildings
He has Houses to Rent
He buys Lots
He builds Homes
Special Bargains in
KitscliiH Lands   Francois Lake Lands   Lakelse Lands
Hazelton District Lands      Bulkley Valley Lands
Kispiox Valley Lands      Porcher Uland Lands
Kitsumkalum Lands, Sand, Gravel and Marble Deposits
He buys Leases
He loans Money-
He has Farms For Sale
He sells Houses
He rents Stores
List Your Properties with Jeremiah H. Kugler
Second Avenue, Prince Rupert, B. C.
I the camp fire, so to speak, in the gg.
IS DISCOVERED     Ballasting   operations   at   tlu' j
  wharf depot had somehow caused   ,
English Peeress who Jilted Her a break in the G, T. P. watermain,  j
Fiance    on    Wedding    Day and the whole supply had to be
Turns up in Yorkshire Vil- j cut off temporarily to enable re-  .
lage. I pairs to be made.    The mishapI]
  occurred at the most unfortunate jj
(Special Cable from N. V. World) j time  possible  for  the cooks,  but   jj.
"The News" Classified Ads.
==0ne Cent A Word For Each Insertion^
London. July 16.���Lady Con- with all the energy Und some ol gg -
cohmm.n��mo,,t cnnuiiilng -ISO MM more or leaa.
stance Foljambe.who sensationally
disappeared on her wedding day.
presented herself as a witness at
the inquest ar Malton, Yorkshire,
of the farm lad whose death was
attributed to ill treatment by his
master. Lady Constance lookul
worn and nervous. She betrayed
great nervousness while testifying
pulling at die lingers of her gloves
the language, of true It-orn pioneers,
they got busy, kindled camp tires
out of doors, and managed to sent-
the meals triumphantly on time.
The shutting off of the water
made it impossible fo keep tires
going in the stoves in case of i
boiler explosiotlS. Efforts were
made to have the supply restored
as quickly as possible.
The Insurance People
The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
Pfctf-M UQ Third Avenue and Fulton St
Lost and Found
She came with a woman friend j pORMER CHIEF
and   motored   away  immediately j *.��� nni i/>r
when   her   testimony   was   con-j \ftv  rULlLX
eluded.   She is staying at a small 	
village on the Yorkshire coast. J. J. McCarvell Appointed Chief
LOST-A Kokak: left on Hat!
Kinder rewarded by leavii-,: sail:.
Cigar Store.
LOST-A bunch of Keys bet., mh Poat I "���''+' j""*
Exchange I'.nll. Ki��.l.*r i "��� ���-������ r.'lurn to B0��
S.. News Office. MUX
FOUND-Eureka Cleaning and PraMlM, Com-
pany. Men's sulu cleaned and prem-d IWa*
Ladiea' suits pressed and cleaned. Pry cleaning a specialty. Room lo Wcalcr.l ii'--*r Bloc*.
phone red 69.
Seven Qualify for the Second
Stage of the King's Prize���
They Win the Prince of Wales
Prize for the Sixth Time.
For Rent
A   reporter   asked   her   for   an
explanation of her jilting her fiance.
She appealiligly said:   "Oh, don't
.ask me anything, let it Ik*  forgotten."
of Detective Department of
R. N. W. M. P. and Stationed
at Edmonton.
From Edmonton. Alberta, comes
die news  that J.  J.  McCarvell.
first Chief of Police for the city
of  Prince  Rupert, has been ap-
Seattle Potlach Celebration was pointed   Chief  of  the   Detective
was Stopped by a Bad Fire     | Department of the R. N. W. M. P.|
  [with his headquarters at Edmon-I
(Canadian Press Despatch I ton. Mr. McCarvell was :'��� r some
Seattle. July 21.���Two hundred i tin\e with the Vancouver detective
merrymakers at the Steattle Pol- force after resigning hi- position
lach had to make a hurried exit as chief of police here. He is
from thc Breakers Cafe last night (doing exceedingly well in Edmon-
when the place caught lire.   Dam- t0n.
age to thc extent of JIO.OOO was]	
done.    Two  firemen  were  over- PQR��ST FIRES IN
come by the smoke during  the
Canadian Press Despatch)
Bisley,   July   21.���Seven   Canadians have qualified for the second
slap   of   the   shooting   for   the
Ki g'a Prize.   The Prir.ce of Wales
Canoe for sale���20 ft. Peterbor."i.-h
condition. 3 new paddles.
News before July 22nd.
Mclntyre   Hall,  for  concern,   entertainmenw.
dances, etc.   Apply J. H. Koa-ers. phone 116.
Six-roomed House to rent: modern convenience:
Fraser St.. Apply Director. Cohen 4 Co.
Dated AprU 11
Pub. May 6
-ni.trici..,-1-     Uur,H(,5
��� l'r"t I'niu-t. Uu.
��pi end id
Skeona Land DUlrict-Dlatrict ol Caaslar
! ���'&**. bmfa S��a
Sum St ao ���������������������'���"l0 i'oinl 0| ^mmma>mml'
containing**mKft**9*0^ godenrath
Dated Marc   88, l'JH-  Frank Sidney Wright, Agt
I'ub. May 1".
Skoena Und Dlatrlct-Dlatrict ol Caaalar
Take  "i& lhat  1.  John  Unwln  ol   Princa
Ruperl H. C. occupation laborer. Inland to anuly
KrmUeioo lo porcha*, lho loUowing daacribed
Commencing at a poat plantedI about 12) two
mil... .outh ol the lork. ol tho White and Hat
riven., tlience aouth 80 chaina, thanca eaat 80
chaini;. thence north 80 chain., thanca west 80
Dated AprU 18, 1911.
I'ub. May l.i.
Skeena Land Diatrict   ..
Tuko notice that Partly M. Mill
port, B.C., occupation Civil Enilnaa,, ,
apply for permUsion to purchaaa lh, |, ," l��
described lands: '"iiutung
Commencing nt n post planttHl on tha Ur, i ,
of McNeil Rlvor at north wait corner nI , Tk
R.V.. thanca eaal ai chaina in���r,. ���r \2S }��\m
,rly boundary of timber liimi Rig ���,, ,,���,,'������
400111) thence northorly lollowlng laid w, , ,r
boundary of tlmlwr limit Ul ohnltTl ������.,, ?��',*���'
to north woat corner of said tunta.r |,m��� \ ""
westerly lio chains more or less u, ,,,,, ', ,'t���
McNeil River, thence south,., ly foltowlS, . "',
left bank of McNeil River Su ehiuns .,,. ! " '���"���
tu point of coiiimenccmont, oonlalnlliu loo ..."
more or lesa. alrel
Hate Juno 10.1911 E'*"'"*''��� Ab,,,,
Pub. July 19,1911
Francia S. Preston. Ageut
Apt.lv Bos M..Daily
Prixe  was  won   by   Canada
the sixth time yesterday.
Wanted-Small houae. furnished or partly furnished.   State terms tc Bev K. Daily News.!..'-"
Commodious house, corner *'.h Ave. and Thompson St.. furnished or unfurnished, i'hone '-*-"*
or P.O. Boa SSS.
I Stores and offices for rent   Applv Dr. Mclntyre.
fQr I    Third Ave., phone green :*
' Neatly Furnished Rooms:  *.-ntlemen preferred. '
Apply Mra. Mullin. over Va;estic Theatre.
Phone 2*5 if you want to rtat a house, furnished
or unfurnished, corner >'.*��� A.e. and Thompson '
Slr.-a*t     All fncdern con. .-r.i.T.ces.
A.   Nachbar   Launches   One   He   Coay furnished rooma.      Mrs.   Bower. Somerset
Rooms. Third Avenue, bat-man Seventh  and
Has just Built to be Engined       ESS.
Help Wanted
A First Cass Houeekeepc- at ."no*.   Good wages.
Apply Pioneer Laundry. 161-163
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry* Phone 118
New       Solid       Ladies
in Crocodile, Morocco, Etc.
Watches       Souvenirs       Jewelry
Widow of Dean Boomer of London Killed by Being Thrown
from Her Buggy.
$500,000 Damage Done at Squa-
hamish Valley Newport Lumber Co. Have Heavy Loss.
A neat little twenty-two foot
gasoline launch has jus: been
built by A. Nachbar of this city.
It wa*  bunched  yesterday,  and
���   L*. ,*     >!,,ri-��i.li*   the   Rl'tvrt   Ma-   Teacher wanted for the  Port Simpson  Public
' k OnglKK    tne   l\l|-.xn   .��i.t       ?ch<w,    Salary��0narr nth.    ApplytoJohn
ri-.e Ironworks wharf to be en-
ji ed. An S H.P. Palmer engine
will K fitted, and this latest
addition to Prince Rupert's mosquito rievi will lie in commission
in a few da
[Vane. School Trust**).
*r.cloa* teatimonials.
r-.g attainments and
ornciAL watch msriK-ToR for o.T.r.
R. W. Cameron & Co.
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue.
phone 82
Skeana Und Diatrict���DUtrict ol Coaat
Take  notico that  Hume Bnblngton ol  I'rince
Rupert, II. Ca, occupaUon maater mariner. Intends
to  apply  lor  permiaalon  to laaaa  tha  lollowlng
described landa: .   .        ._-   .  .
Commencing al a post plantad about 100 chains
aouth ol lho Indian Reserve on lho eaat aide ol
Hook Uay on the oaat side ol tho Peninsula Ihence
north 100 chains along ahore to tho Rusorv, line,
thonco weal 60 cbaina more or leas to Oooee Uay.
Ihenco 100 chaina along abore, ihenco east 00
cbaina more or loaa to poat, containing 640 acrea
SSdtt!-S S, 191L        HUME UABINGTON
Pub. April 15.
1'iiaaiar   Land   DUlrict -District  ���|  Uns*.
Tako notice thai 1. 1a*,iiu,*I Preer ���i VaoaSw
occupaUon broker, Intend to a'.plv lor ,���rim���,,,'
lo purchaao the following MRH-edr Unds:
Commencing al a poat plaiil>-d >���, t|���. >h
In a northerly direction Irom Port Naboo i unniry
marked 1.. K.'a S. E. Curner, the,to- in timtl.
north, thonce 20 chaina weal. ll,,,,,-,. ;g cit���
south to shore line, thence ul��n>. ,,���. |*JZ .
point ol commencement, contulnini* to in m���
or leas.
Dated Juno 10,1911 LEMUEL KKl'iii
Pub. July 8. J. II. CnUteo/Am
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol Cos., Il.nge s
Tako notce that Unlord Soavrll II, ll .,1 |-nnn
Rupert. B. C. occupation Ipoomt-tlin '-v.nr.wi
Intends to apply for permiaaion to purchase th��
following deacribed landa:
Commencing at a post planled on ihe nonh
bank ot the Zimogotiu Itiver about three n
mllea dUtant lupstream, in a anttari] dliMttS
Irom the junction ol tho Lillle KbaofOllti Hive:
and the main '/.imogotiix Illver. thanai bertl, ;
chains, thenca weat 40 chains, tbnoi 'outh In
chaina, thenco east 40 chaina to pu.t >,( commencement containing 160 acres mor.- or 1-m.
Dated June 7, 1911. LlNKolll)BBWAU,HULL
I'ub. July 8. Geo. R. l'utiism, Agsct
Skeana Land DUtrlct���DUlrict ol Ca-aiar
Taka notice that 1, Charlea Frederick Msusl)
ol Stewart, B. C, occupallon freighter, intend to
apply  lor parmiaaion lo purchaaa lh. tutlowi&i
deacribed landa:
Commencing at a poat plantad on the ; ���:;
bank ol lha Naaa river aboul aU mile. abov. tha
lorka ol tho Naaa river, thenca aoulh 80 r ,.���,.
thanca waat 80 chaina, tbenos nonh 80 .-�����.-.,,
thanca aaat 80 ehalna lo point ol cuttum-nceta-Al,
containing 610 acrea more or laaa.
Datad March 2b, 1911. CHARLES F. Ml.i.'lLl'
Pub. May 17.      Frank Sidney Wnght, Agent
Skaana Und DUlrict���DUtrict ol Coait
Taka  notice that I, WilUani John CorUy 4
Princ* Rupart, B. C, occupation ranch--r, l&ual
to apply lor permission lo purchase lb* (uUiisi*^
dtwctltiod landa:
Commencing at a poal planled al the somha-at
corner ol Ut 3068, Rang* 6, Coasl District, ir>��*,-��
south 20 cbaina. tbono* aast 40 chains, thanaa
north 20 chslna, tnanc* waat 40 chains u poiat
ol commencement, containing 60 acres, nan w
DeU-ai April 8. 1911.
Pub. April ��.
Wanted SO Uborera.    An >* PaciSc Coaat Construction Company. Dw > Uhad.        IS3-156
'.ight housework.
SJ- liO-lf
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London. Ont..  July 21.���Mrs
Boomer, widow of Dean Boomer
of London, and well known throughout Canada as thc Vice Pre��d��nt
of thc National Council of Women
for  Canada,  was fatally  injured
yesterday  afternoon  by   being
thrown from her buggy wilhe out
(Canadian Pre- I ������ -;
Victoria. July 21.���Forest fires
have   done   $.500,000  damage   in
the Squahamish Valley and
siderablc timber was destroyed.
Thc   camps  of   the   Newpon
Timber company have been ���
out.    Thc  engines  were   buriul
in mud in an effort to save them.
There are 125.000 in Canada,
and They Want to Have their
own Direct Representation���
New Society Started.
Girl wanted. immedlat*l>    '.
Apply Mrs. D. Cohan, t - **.<
Minare ��..-���'. Mucker, t- ������ wanted at Hidden
Creek Coor-er Co.. Goo*. Kay. Take S.S. \ .-���������.-
or Venture. 14*-tf
Porter Wanted    Apply Till-**. Rooms, Snd Av*.
Land Registry Office
Re Lota 10. 64 and 171. Kange 4,
Coaat Diatrict
I       Boarders Wanted
*> ~	
Skeena Und District -Unmet of Caaalar
Taka   noUoa  thai   I.   Cbartae   M.   Knouee  o
Princ* Rupert, U. C, occupation larmer. Intend
lo apply lor uermUsioo to purchaaa tha lollowlng
deecribed landa:
Commencing at a poat planled about m Ihroe
milaa aouth and S1 Iwo mllea weat ol the lorks ol
i Whlta river and Flat rl.er, Ibanc* soulh bO cha na.
thenoa ani  80 chain., tbenc* norlh  bO chaina,
Ihence east 80 chatna. ...   ,,mm
Haled April M, 1911.      CHARLES M. KNOUSE
Pub. May IS. FrancU S. Praaton, Aganl
Skaana Und DUlrict���DUtrict ol Coaal Range 6
i Taka notce thai 1. John 1>.�� Peter,ol I'rlnca
lluperl, B. C occupat on rink. Inlend lo apply
for parmiaaion lo purchaaa tha follo-a-ln-*, d<**cr,b*d
Comraenclnt at a post planted about three an
unohall mllea dUtant n a aoulh weelarl*. d net on
Irom a blind alough Irom obaervaiory Inlet wnara Skaana Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol Caasiar
lha aama touches lha IndUn llaaarva, tbane* Taka nolice that WUIUin Frederick Caasni
rat DO chaina, thenca nortb Ml chaina, thenc* ���t |*���nN Rupart. H C occupallon c,-,>.-.��.
aaat bo chaina, th.nc* aoulh bO cbaina lo point o I Blende to apply lor permission to purchass u*
comm.nc.m.nt, containing 6401 acf*��, mor, or law | ,oUow| daaerlbed Unda:
Dated April 14,1911. JOHN IS AN I hTLRS Comm��,Cina at a poat pUnlad about tkra
l-ub. May 13. nul��� .oulh ol tha lorka ol lb* Whus and list
rivara,  thenc* aoulh 80 ehaina, Ibvnc* ��<*��'. M
chaina,  tbaooa north SO cbaina, Ihenc* -est M
Dated April IB, 1911.
Pub. May U. FrancU S. Presioa, Aim
Ske*na Und DUlrict -DUlrict ol C-ua*r
Taka nollea that I, llrenion Jordan Moore al
[ Coaat Land Diatrict -Diatrict of Skeens
Take notice that 1, Paul Brendler, of
i Porcher laland,  occupation farmer, in
Whereas proof of loaa of Certitlcat* of Till* tend to apply for permiaaion to leaa*
N->. isss6c to tha abov* mimed property, isaued | -j,,, following foreanore:   Commencing
.-  tha name of the Car_1 an Pac'lic Su phlte : planted about U feet from the
Coi-uany. Limited, haa been tiled In this olllce. ( ��������� �� K*"** l"" i,���--i,���- la   I      las. ���
noUte i  hereby given lhat I ahall at the enplra- \ location poat of lot  1301 on Porcher 18-    PrlRC, Ku^
tioii "ol oii* month from^the drat puWIcarionhere-;. |anJi  thence   in  a   aoutherly   direction I to apply lot .
y   homelike  r -mi  cheap to steady
King Georg- Howl. Snd Avenue.
of issue a duplicate of the aald Certificate of , ii w:nu. i.:tfi. w..,er mark 1200 feat
Title unless In the maantim* valid objection b��l IWWWlllg Pf" ,*��� ""y m*Z7,��~*
made to me In writing. ^ ,
Dated at the Und Registry Offlc* at Prince
Rupert, B.C.. this Snth day of jun*. 1911.
Disirict Registrar of Titles! mencement.
inert, 11-1... occupation contractor*!
for pwmlHion lo purchaa* lh* fo^rai
mm.aring at a poat planted about ,11 lh*
thence west to low water mark; thence miWt mMh ,���d (j, ,����� mil��a asai ol tba Ma
northerly following low water mark ... Whiia and Flat nvar*. ih*nc�� ��o <>.-. ..���:
1200 feet; thence eaat to point of com-! Sjsg r.BEJ** ",*1"* M tla4tJ "*
For Sale
No lives were lost.
Railway Begins to Look Solidly
USE CAMP FIRES  JST" N<m '��"���
Break in Watermain Prevented
Kitchen Stoves from Being
Used, but Chefs Refused to be
Beaten and Served Excellent
Consternation reigned in thc
kitchens of wo of thc most
popular hotels in thc city this
morning, but thc patrons of the
dining rooms of the*-* welcoming
hostclriis would never gueta that
lhc substantial ai-.d i **.*-> Unit iiit.il*.
served had Uiii <>��'kcd under
most unusual drcumMances ..v��r
Ballasting of the railway right
in Prince Rupert at the Wharf
Depot, is actively progressing today. Thc finished lines will look
very substantial nnd permanent,
and will give a great air of solid
railroad prosperity to thc city
to give a good impression to
\isitors  here  just   off   the  Ixiats.
Gem r.d Suw rintendi nt  Mehan
was   supervising   thc   work   thi-
Canadian Press D s,  cdi}
July 21���Feeling that
the 12.V000 Hebriw- in Canada
should have direct Parliai entary
lentation. a powerful political )
/a.ion has been formed here ���>
known as thc United Hebrew
P..li;i, .1 ***-.:. ty.
At the forthcomi:.       don they
will   have  .���   representative  oni
of the city divisions of Montreal |
where   they   will   control   ."iO.ihIii *~~
votes in the ciiy.
Dated March 7, 1811.
First inaertion March 11
,.,.:., Land DUlrict���DUtrict ol Coaat Rant*
la.,, notioa that line* McTaviah, ol Vencou<-*r,
B. C, occupallon marrud womao. inland* lo apply
tor parmiaaion lo purchaa* th* lollowlng da-M-r>t**d
Commanclng at a peat plantad at tb* south***:
Skeena Und DUtrict ���DUtrict of Coast Rang* b
Taka notice thai  Sarah   E.   Alton  of   I'rince
Rupert, occupation nurae.  Intenda to apply for
-.*     ��� St-ga or Range a.* a. J.   permtalon to purchaaa  ih>*  fotlowlng  daacribed comer nw n.aina east *��d io chair., north ol
��� i. A-l. McBr.de and Fifth Ave.     Cook atoria   lands: tba nortbeut corner ol Ul 1116, Harvey's Survey
fron 111. l.-a-lm       |    Commencini al a poat planled at the North- Coaat DUlrict, llaaga :.. Ihenc* 40 cbaina eaat
met corner  140 chaina easterly (slightly  north ihence Ml chaina north, th.nc* 40 cbaina waat,
Irom the northeaat comer of Ut 1116 lllarvey thenc** 80 chaina aouth to poat ol comni*nc*m*nl
Survey Coaat Dutrict, Range V, Ihence 80 chaina containing illo acraa more or loaa.
east, tbenc* 80 chaina aouth.  thance 40 chains Deled Mey J, 1911. GRACE McTAVlSH
��.-*. thence 40 ehalna north, thenc* 40 cbains pUb. May 6. Fml W. BohUr. Agent
weal,  thence  40 chain* north to poet ot com-',
mencement containing 480 acrea mor* or leas. t .%,_.. .. ��, .a    ....
Dsied June 14. 1911. SARAH E. ALTON Skwna Und DUlrict-DUlrict ol I aaslar
I'ub; July 15. Fred Bohler. Agenl! - Taka notica that I. Jamea Dunlop pl Princa
���""""���""���SrBNTOH WR..I.S- HU0SI
Daied AprU !0. ISII. Francu S 1-n.ion. \tm
i'ub May IS.
Skaaaa Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Cavar
Taka nolle* that I. Allred K>t* >! I'liM* R��
part,   B.  C.  occupallon  *Uctrtcl.n. ir.i��*l u
apply  lor  permlaetoa to purchaaa tb* I���a.itl
daaoribad lands:
lommenclna al a poat pUol-fd abcul 1 Ora
mU*a eouth bl tb* lorka ol lb* White aaaJM
l-i*-*-***. theoce 80 chaina aoulh. tt-��*>-�� W eUK
aaat. thenoe  80 cbaina oortb, thenca at   Mas
Business   Chances
Datad AprU l��. llll.
rub. May It.
Francu S. PHM *a|��i
Good money In Moving Picture*. Wanled-A
party to start moving picture ahow In Prince
Rupert. *A rite me for particulars. H. Davis.
Watertown. Wit. H7-wi
*V**a...%.i***..>*..aa..^n ***., t, .. *Q ���.*-. �����*-. ..*a-..*>
Fire Insurance        i
���atwai-^.11 ^ii-^ii ��ii*��ii��ii%ii-��H*��i*|
8k*ana Uad DUtrict-DUtrict ol Coast lUapl
Tak* aoUca Ihst I. Frank llkk. ol l*n��
slogton.  occupation   marebsnl   lnt.nl KM
lor n��rnn��-*on. a purchaaa th* loUo��m�� (�����'
ri��aiaanili*a al a Boat pUnlad on '**,"!*
..*.   _i   .a.  l-..h,.*aka   ll....   ani  a -.-.l wa
Rupasrt,   II.  C,  occupallon  teamster,   Inlmd  lo   i .....   ol in* Eachumsiks  ll>.��   '   ���  -    ���    '"'
rrmuMon lo purchaaa tba lollowing   m,u* Irom IU eonfluenea wllh th* .-��������������� in���*
apply lor parmlaalo
Skeena Und DUlrict-DUtrict ol Coaat Rang* b daacribed landa:     	
Take   nolle*   that   Stanley   Green   of   Princ* Commencing at a port pl.nled about l��    m�����
Rupert. B. C. occupation miner. Inlend. to apply aoulh ol th* folk* of tb. W bite and I Iat tlvws.
lor permUalon lo purchaaa the following deacribed th��nc* north 80 chains, thenc. .art 80 cbsins.
,._ |. r then-** south 80 cbains. Ibenc* **.l 80 chaina.
Commanclng at a poat plantad 40 chaina aoulh DatedI AprilI IS. ISII. JtjMf* PU>P*0>
and 40 chaina weal ol th* northweat corner ol Pub. May II. FrancU S. I reaton. Agent
Ut 1739, Ukalse Valley. District ol Coaat Itange
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners. 'Phor.e i
ft, thenca waat 40 chaina. Ihence aouth 80 chains,
THE Bnti.h Tr, ,n and National Fire  Insurance   thanca eaat 40 ehalna, thenc* nortb 80 chains to
Company al Lond-.n. EngUnd.   with    caolul   point ol commencement.
of CS"1'. ".'��� ��'.    See ua for rates.
Reaitv ar.d Insurance Comnanv.
Slaked June 30th. 1911
Pub. July 16.
Skeena Und DUlrict-DUlrict ol CaasUr
Taka ootloa that I. Mary Carta ol Stewart,
n. i .. occupatioo married woman, intend to apply
for narmiaaloo lo purcbaae lb* lollowing aaacribad   '-""V
th*r��* 80 cbaina -.
tbenc*  80 chaina aaat,  thanca aoulh  ~ rk*-B
to point ol comm*o��em*ot, eanlaialol ���� ���"
Pub. April tt-
Skwna Und DUlrkt-pUiriri el Coaal
Tak* notie* thai WUi*am MeTa.uh -I
laaa not*c* in*. *********** *****������       ...-^
��*r, II C. occupation ph>sicun, tr.irr.ela taaai
{or wcmualoa ta purebaaa lU l��IU��rg **mm
Comm��nclng al a poat planled al ll.*
Y��-i can aa*.* *.*>- a day. Wa can aell you good
k.t. for C'c a day Phone 206 and let us join
forces.   H. F. McRae * Co. 1*. ���.:..'
The It. ard ol Hallway Commissioners, lor
Canada will hold a sitting at Princ* Rupert.
B. C. on or about the Ikth day ol August, fill,
at tb* hour ol 11 o'clock in th* forenoon for lb*
purt-o**   ol   hearing   matters,   applications.
Stikine Und Diatrict���Datrlet ol Caaalar
Taka nolle* that Sydney Hodgklnaon ol Telegraph Creek, B. C, occupation clerk, Intenda to
spp.y  lor permUalon  to  purchaaa lha loUowing   tbenee no chains *��*i
deicribM U^d: Dated AprU J0.UI I.
Commanclng at a poat plantad about a quartet I ub. May 11.
mile nortb eaat Irom Glacier Kulle and on tha aaat
bank ol Stikine River, thanca eaat 20 chains
thanca nortb 40 chain., thenoe w-aat 20 chaina.
thenca aouth 40 chaina to poinl ol commencement
and containing 80 acraa more or laaa.
DaiedFeb. 11, lull.
Pub. April    . CA. Tervo, Aganl
,-raocU S. Preston. Ageat
tbence 60 chaina aoutb lo pa**4 i
��ntalolng M0 _ne��mereM( !*�����������, ^   VcT,,**|
ired ��   I-       M**
1,.,-al May2. 1*11.
Pub. May ��.
Take notice that the partnership consisting of
John Leirget and Berryman Ban W'llllams. car-
Skeena Und DUtrict���DUtrict ol CaasUr
Take notica ibat I, Jams* Millar Johnston ol
Skerna Und DUtrin���DUlrict ol Coaal
Taka  notice that  I.  WUliam  Melviiu Code)
of   Toronto,   Ontario,   oecupa*lon   eUrk,   Intend
to apply lor permiaaloB lo purebaaa ihe lollowing
d-**cnl**d landa:
Commencing at a post planled al the northws-M
c ,rr.rr ol Lot oi ..*. Raag 6, Coaat DUtrict. lh*-ic*
taal 60 chain**, th.nc* north 40 chain., thenc* weal
.0 chaina lo   11,11.  Oal* alough,   ib.nr*  along
Skeana Und Dtatrtrt-DUirict ol i .;.-t H**!
T.k*   notice   thai I. 1. I**"*   "���>'���*-,"i_-.
Pr.nce Rumrl, B.C.. occupation r>��. ��� ����� '"JJ
lnl*nds to apply foe permis.K>n to tmeesm
I..11..* ms described Unds: -_*
4-omm.nclB-talapoal pUnle-l  '
and l�� chain. .,*ulh of lh* ��.>vilh...t >
lol ITM, vicinity ofUkrla* I-.' ���
.' Mil
I.  MarUren'a  nortwe*! r��m
compla.r.t. RM witR the board and ernwd upon   ryina* on a grocery and general merch.rdlse busl-   ,'"��� "S"��� l^ '-, "��� 7,,,���.Z*r  inlend Z   U nlna 160airi more o leas
ik.   n.na-   ioi.-rsstf.al   in   .reordane*   with   th.   neaa ,n th. c���v of Prlnci R,m.n  In ih. Proline*    Stewart, B. C, occupation .torekeeper. Inlend lo   lalnlng l>*u acre, more or Mas
slough southerly lo point ol commencam.nl, eon*   chain*, thanca aoulh *o cb.
A Rocky Road Ahead (or Poor Printing
Every bit of good-printing done for your competitor
makes the poor printing- or the ordinary printing
which you are "uiing    becauie you have it, more
certainly and inevitably harmful to your business.
For thia ii the day and the hour and the vogue of
distinctive, good printing.���And it doea, uaually,
coat somewhat more of cour��e-in "firat coat'*
After that it doesn't "coat"���It  "pays."   :   :
Daily News Building
rm.NE 98
Third Avenue
lhe   par,*-*   inleraated   in   accordance   with   tbe
Rulea ar.-l Regulation, ol the Board.
By order ol th* Board.
Board nt Railway
Colr.mi��*ion*rs lor Canada.
Daled at Ottawa thi. 26th Day ol June, lull.
n*-*s in the city of Princ* Rupert, In the Province
of British Columbia, under the name of "Uggett
tt Williams" was dissolved on the 1 '.th day of
J.Vi-'.l. All accounta owing to the partnership are to be paid to th* aald Alfred Berry man
Hatt William., who also assumes all liabilities of
the partnership.
Dated at Prince Rupert this 13 day of July.l��ll.
Callmen Wanted
apply  lor  i-ermi.si.in  lo  purchaa* tha lollowln*- Dalad AprU 1l��ll.           u.lml,pr������lrv
deacribed Unda: WILLIAM    Mil.. I I.I.I. CORLEY
Commencing at a poat plantad about one mile Pub. April 29.
north from lha  Naaa river and aboul nine milaa
ehalna, Ihenr* north 40 chain-
abov* the forka ot lha Naaa river, thence north 80
chaina, thenoa wast 80 chaina, tbanos aouth 80
chaina, thenc* ea��l 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acre* more or laaa.
' Dalad March 24, 1911.  Frank Sidney Wnght, Agt
Pub. May 17
Skeena Und District-District of Coast Range
Coaat District
Tak* notioe thai Wm. l-eslle of Sapperton. B.C.
The Continental Trust Co., Ltd.
U,u -, .. OFFICERS:
"M   T KERGIN, M D. Present DAVID H. HAYS. 1.1 VicePres
I AY fCUCI PH   cM   '   "OB/N. 2nd VicePres.  and Manage,
-"LER, S��"��l*r|iTr,aw*r��*�� C. fl   PETERSON.
fC��Gha^fbaaSL. t**f*t ���' Assignee Farm Unds *nd Mine,
Fucol A*.!?.���""   t A'"" F" V*" of Real Estate      Erneou Agenl,
Tresis I T2?"\a' ����flal���� *nd Transfer Agent
Safe D.po.,1 Vm* mTtiaT' M"i"1' ** ��ttJ> 'I Tn'<
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. 4 *w ������, ��� o,^,,,.
"'" ta *"* to ,n,.*n? W^r^J^^eAT^" '" M- ^
The  Continental  Trust Companji,   Limlled,  RSS^SEki*
S*��W T-pn'l^r* m*}*ttmmi  lo thp MdMriSMd*
anJ ��rtdnrff>i "Tfml-pr for Public Huiliiinjr. Chil-
li*��a. It r , ��iii U rwfivwl at thi* office until
4.f��i n.m n*i Monrlav. July 24th. 1911, for the r-on-
Hnetloa of * PuUk Buiirtinir. Chilliwack. B.C.
Plan*, (ipetification an-i forrn 'if contract can be
#een and f'.-rm** of temler obtained at the nfflre of
Mr. Hm Hemler-'on. Re��ident Architect. Vtc*
toTlaHC.at the p.*t Oince, Chiliiwack, B.C.,
and at thi�� Denartrtwnt.
Per-stna tendering are n-Dtifted that tend-
er�� will not be conildererl iinle��n made on the
printH forma autifilinl. and aiirned with their
actual ������ijrnaturet. ttatinw their iKT'ifatfonR and
tilacenof re-sidence. In the raw oi Arm*, th*
actual aifnature. the nature of the -occupation,
and place of residence of each member of the
firm tnu��t b��> tr*ven.
Kach t*-nd#r muni be Vcompftnieil by an ac-
repteit cheque on a chartered bank, payable to
the -at-dtr Of th** HotWOnUt the Mint-Uer of Pub-
Iii* Worn. Tial to t*��n per rent, of the amount of
the t^nd-f-r which will tie forfpit-pd if the per^n
tcn'lTinjf decline tn enter into a ronttact when
callH upon to do la, or fail to complete the work
contracted for. If the tender be not MMJPtM
the rh-fniu-r. will \*�� rrturneiir
The t>epattment dflM not bind lt*elf to accept
Ibe lowevt or any tender.
Hy onler.
f>epartment of Public Work*.
ntUwa. June 29. 1911
N-tWMtMn will not 1* pnif] for thin advertlee-
ment (( they  Intert it without  authority  from
Application* will be received by the Chief of occupation Government Guard, Intenda to apply
thp Fire Dcpartmrnt op to July 29th, 19tl. for the for permiialon to purchaie the followinK descrlb*
poalion of callman.   Wajrea f 10 per month with : ed landt:
free sleeping quarteri. Should permanent fire- Commencing at a po*t planted 40 chaina weat
men be required they will be choaen from among- and ia> chains aouth of the southwest comer of lot
it the callmen, providing their paat aervices have No 1733, rang* 6 coastdUtricUmarked Wm.Leflte.
been satisfactory, and they are qualified for the   N*\V. corner, thence aouth 40 chains, thence east
HO chaina, thence north 40 chains, thence west Ho
chaina to poat of commencement, containing 320
acreri more or less.
ERNEST A. woods.
City Clerk
Dated March 20th. 1911
Pub. April ath. 1911
T. D. Laird, Agent
Sktena Und Diatrict-Diatrict ol Coast Rartfe<
Take nolic* tbat I, Chariea A. Vau|haa ot
Princa Rupert, I). ('.. occupation merchant, intend
to apply for permiMoa to purchaaa th* followinc
dew nil*'! lands.
Commanclng at a post planud on tb* an��t*
bank ol Eichumaika Hirer and aboul lour -milt*
from ita confluenc* with th* Sk**oa River, thence
MO chaina aaat, tbence ���"* ehalna north, tbenc* 90
chains weat, thenc* HO chains south to point of
commencement, containing 640 acr*a more or W*a
Dated April 21. 1911 ClfARLES A. VAUGHAN
Pub. April 29.
Skeena Und District���District of Coast Range 5
Take runic* that I, Uond Kingaloy ot Vaneou-
ver,   11.  C., occupaUon  miner,  intend   to  apply
(or permission to purchase tb* following da*cnb*d
Commcndnt at a past pUntei near the south*
wiwt corner of Lot 992, Rang*  *'*. Coftst   Dntnct
thence weat 40 chaina, tbenc* ��outh 60 chain*,
thence eaat 40 chaina, thenee north 60 chaina to
point of commencement
Dat��d March 24, 191L       UONEL KINM9LEY
rub. April:.'.
f <
mencement, ctrntaininjc ^-'��     ,
U*,. n Putnam, Ag��a��
Date May 31,1911
Pub Jun* 16.1911
��� R��aa����
T.k., nolire Slfft   AlhJi    !��,,SLSfAL. S*ikiM Ul"- WML B**l\* ��< C^��
2Qm *���**��� *** i. *J*�� man** wWawi     T,k��� nrt,��� ,h��� , hrW������ A T���T0 ���, Sllkln,
of  I rii.ee  Rupert,  B.  C... occupation merchant    D  c , ���e,���D,lk)B eu,lom, offim  ,������������, ,��� ip|J>
ln*   tot permiaaion to purcbaae the lollowlng deecribed
Sealed tender-: addressed to the undersigned
and endorsed "Tender for Public Building, Revel
atoke, 11. I'.," will lie rrcelvwl until 4.00 p.m.
on Monday, July 21, 1911, lor the construction
of a Public Building al Revelalokc, II. C.
Plans, speciflratlona and form of contract can j Pub. May 13.
lie seen and forms of tender obtained on applf- i
cation   at  the  odlci*   of   Mr.   Wm.   Hendenmn, |
resident  architect.  Victoria,  II.  C. at the  Poat
OfHcr>. Reveistokp, II. ('., and at this Department.
Pet-wins tendering are notified that tenders
will not be considered unlraa made on Ihe printed
lorms   supplied,   and   signed   with   their   actual
intend lo apply lor permlasion to purch
following deacribed landa:
Commencing at a poat planted about (2) two
milea aouth of th* forka of the White and Flat
rivers, thenee 80 cbains aoulh, thence 80 chains
weat, thence 80 chaina north, thenca 80 chains
Commanclng  at  a poat  planted   about  threa-
-)uart*ra ol a mile north eaat Irom electee Itiflle
Skaana Und District -Disltic*.
Taka notice Ibat Henry Ms.
Ilupett, B. C, occupatioo miner.
for permiasion to purchaa* tb* li
Commencing at a post plan. I ' '^.wa
aid* of Eschumslka River, aboul . !����� ';T,nal
IU confluenc* with the Skeena HiwJ '���JJ||
1-2 milea wast Irom Esehum.,-.' :�� , ,,
chaina  north, llwnc. 40 chair.. ����� ,
cbaina aoulh. tbenc* 40 chain. ***���'.  ^ *
eomm*n-ement,   containing   .-���'   ���
leaa.    Poat merited   'HM* .** ,\ *T ., .RTSiT
I>al*d April 2.\ ltll.      UKNR*.   " '' *"'
PUb. April 19.
Skeana Und Mtolrict-Diatriet ol Q��" C**W*
Tak* notioa that Oao. IL Uut *l I ^^Zt*
B. C ocaupaiioa barber, laiaj-li ' 'J^*
permiaaion  to purchaM the lo>i-'��' -
U&:mm-��in, *sl a port W**** ��l
milea wwrt and one mila aouth lr-*n^'"^nj
ol Stanly   Creek. Nalen Marbx.'^ 2*** ���
chain* tbane. weat 40 chain* 0>*
chain*, thmew eart *^cham. ,, MU
*, .IP-*
Dated Marcb 17, 1911
Pub. Aoril 22.
Skeena Und Dlatriat-Distrid ���*�����
Taka nollea lhat Annie M"��*>
Rupert. II C occupation mart"!
lo apply lor permiaaion lo parens
Daled April It, 1911.       Krsncis S. Pnaton. Agent
and on tha net hank ol Stikine Illver and on th.   n**er,\~a landa:
- ���"   ���"'- "' ���'         ......---.... (-���mm,ncng at a poat planled ��' '^��*
Skeena land Diatrict���Diatrict of Caaalar
Taka nolle* that I, John Robert Pecay ol Princa
Rupert, II. C, occupation cook. Inland to apply
lor permaslon to purchaaa the folloadng deacril**d
Commencing at a post planled (2) two nil,
aouth aid* ol the mouth ol a little creek, thenee
aaat 40 chains, thenc* north 40 chaina. thenc*
weat 40 chaina, thenc* aouth 40 chaina to point
of commencement and containing 160 acrea more
Dalad Feb. 10, 1911.
Pub April 7.
signature*, .taring Iheir occupations and  places        r   ...   ���        ,..���,,	
of residence.    In Ihe case ol firms,  the actual | ^uth and   21 two mlb* weal of th* forka of tha   deacribed landa:
Skaena Und Dletrict���District ol Coaal Hang* 6
Tak* notlc* that I. lauehlan John Shanahan nl
Victoria.   B.   C,  occupation   teacher.  Inlend  to
apply  lor permuaion lo purchaae tbe following
1 th* Department.
Skaana Uad HMN-tMM ol Coaat Range G
p.Tf���*��� ,"�����<��� that Mn. 1.. C. Putnam ol St
Imilaa. .Ia""*"?**. ��<^Patlon marrlial woman
.X^n,Wd*Ve,,','i:Jl"i'.n,d.'m'-,"n  l��  ****** *'
2Z.Tfo S2H- '.hvl,,r* ~* ���� ahalni tlXl
n^k So :-a\^ .VT2  **������:   ����L��1wJ.~.  ��h����
slenature, the nature of Hip occupation and place
of residence ol each member of the firm must be
Kach tender must 1��p accompanied by an accepted cheque on a chartered hank, made payable
to tbe order ol the Honourable the Minister of
Public Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p.c.) of
1hp amount of the tender, which will 1k�� forfeited
It the person tendering decline to enter Into a
contract when called upon to do so. or fail to
complete the work contracted far. If thp tendpr
M not acrppted the cheque will be returned.
The Department doe* not bind lt��x*tf to accept
the lownt or any tender. K
Hy order,
Department ot Public Worka, r"u,v
Ottawa, June 29, 1911
Whit* and  Flat rivera, thenc* aouth R0 chaina I . Commencing at a post planted 65 chains aouth
thenc* eaat  80 chains,  thenca norlh 60 ehalna,
thence wast 80 cha ns.
Datad Apr 1 20, 1911    JOHN ROBERT PACEY
Pub. Mu 13. Pranc s S. Preaton, Agen
Skeena Und District-District of Coaat Range o
Take note*   that  I,  Martha   U*k, of   Frinc*
from th* aoutheast corner of Ix>t 3060, thence 40
chaina aoutb, thence 40 chaina weat, thenc* 40
chaina north, thenc* 40 chain* east to point of
commencement, eontalnini 16(1 acre* mor* or !��������
Daled April 17,1911.
Pub May 6.
Hupert, B. C, occupat on marr ��d woman Intent
to apply lor permiaalon lo purchaa* the following
dmcrlbed landa:
Commencini at a poat plantad about thrwand   m
one-half mllea dUtant In a aouthweetcrly direction ; d**erib*d landa:
from a blind alough from Obaervatoty Inlet where!     Commencing at ft poat
th* same loucbeo tha Ind an lUwerve. thenee
I JjJJ""'It *������*����������� ��outh 80 cha na, thenc* weat 8
Skoana Und District    District of Caaalar
Taka notice, that 1, John L. Mitchell of Prince
Rupert, B. C., occupation bookkeeper. Intend to
apply  for  permission to purchaa* th*  folloeing
north so a,*,.!,-,. ����� ��~J LaT* _    c"*wn-��,  in-vnee , Department ot ruble Worka,        ,���;.���"��� ��i��*cntw inn  moan  n��frvi>, tnenceeaat    "."   ...7. ,M "'."��"    .
BUjUSSS SUC8 ,iB^mm*nw������i. �������        L 0tt��*��. June 29. 1911. Sh.u.1'?^ thf,nw* i��utn M <h�� "������ "P*M Mil P While and Flat rivi
Bn^Marchzo 1911.      MRS. 1. C   rirTMa.!- I -^r��p*rjH'm. *m not *��* **** '�� thi" adeerttw-   min^i-r0* 8S? BOa,eh* M to V^ni ol com- ' ll"nee  ��ut  80 ehalna,
Tttfcfc^fc.BS^ M0'"MAm,M Eha  KaSjW
' ".a* ll. 1 tSals. Mav 11
planled about It) fl**
mil** aouth and ill on* mil* w**t of the lork* ol
the While and Flat rivwa, thenc* north 80 chains
a,  thenca  eouth   80 chains.
I'ub. May in
Francia S. rraaton, Agent
, SO ehslns em* I"/" ���
eoulhwest corner. ��" cn*,>��� *----
ol Ut 1116, IssftiRH'
a   laoi   ino,   aanwj. --r-rrr - IPS
Rang* 5. Ihenc. <*a*t 20 chain.
chainV  lh*nc* weal  40 thane.  I.' �� ������ J
chaina,  Ihenee aaat 20 ehaM*    h*"���,,jtl**| *
Hs..i���. ���** *wvini nf -Mwnmenc       ���*���*��� ***
Chain* la point ol eommencemrr
*��-T*-o mora or loaa. ...vit
Dated May 8, 1911. ANN"-
Pub. May It.
Skeena Uad.District ~PJ^'JT' UtM**
Take  nolle* that  I.   ��*���"������ J^tsM**,
Princ* Rupert. B. C. occupat.���.��. {MrM
am.lv  lor  pwmlaalon  la patch*-.
d-wcrih*-l land*:
south I
���"��� land*: ,    .^ aUD X** *Z
imenrin, al a noal plan..-* ���^-,���t ,ia��
... ol lha Forka of Ih* WSJ" -J��� m 44**
thenc* north M chaln^.^'"^' ,,-, r.*l* .���
thenee aoulh 80 chain.. Ihanj*- ^ . M,MW!MJ
Dated April 18,1911. ���n2. I 1 r��l��"* Al*
Pub. M.. IS. r"""r"
Skeena Und D1��m<'7,,7";;el'i'-e,'"'"'rfi
Tak. nolle* lhat I. Chart-* l* DJJPJ,, l0 iriJJ
art B. C, oecupsilnn ft*** ,ji0.w *���*'���'*
lor parmiaaion to purchaa* th* I" ���
"c-lramenclng al a port \*\***\i$*>\mt
south and on* mil* wast ol ibei"    ,,���,, itew
end Flat rivers, lh��nc* anuilf '' c  ,hcrK������*
eaat 80 ehaina, Ibenc* north 80 en.
80 chaina. ,-���.nl F,t I'I'1''1 T-itl
Datad Aptll SO. 1*11.     QP*-ST
Pub. Mag ll.


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