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 THE  WEATHER
wt'Hty-four hours ending 5 a.m.,
July 14.
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The Daily Nms
Formerly The Prince Rupert OptiW     ( /y ton  S\
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VOL.11,  NO. 157
Prince Rupert, B.C., Friday, July 14, 1911.
>* B. C     /'
Price Five Cents
YOUNG PWMC
ARE SEEKING THE VICTIMS
OF THE PORCUPINE FIRE
Search Parties Enter the Fire Zone to Rescue the Living and Bury
the Dead---Death List is Growing as Reports Come In---
Ontario and Federal Governments Will Make Large
Grants---Toronto Board of Trade Aids
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Toronto, July 14.���Thc latest
reports from the fire infested dis-
trict "f PorcUpine show that the
danger period is past. All reports
agree that the fires are under
control, and will be extinguished
within a few days, or as soon as a
heavy rainfall comes.
Rescue Parties at Work
From several points, searching
parties have been sent in to thc
lire lull, to search along the trails
and lakes for any persons who may
have lurvived the perils of the
past few days. They arc ac-
companied by doctor;, medical
comforts and stretcher parries, and
Imp.' in rescue a few lives.
A Great Death List
The entire zone is to be covered
by die |Kirtics, nnd these will
give decent burial to the dead.
Kadi hour as survivors come in,
telling their tales of horror, the
dead) list grows. Yesterday's re-
pnris are now believed to Ik* very
conservative.
Survivors'   Tales
Porcupine is the rallying point
for most of the survivors, and these
all tell that the trails are strewn
with the dead bodies of prospectors who perished in their
tracks. Twenty-seven such bodies
found near South Porcupine today
were all buried.
Dome's Heavy List
At Dome and Wesl Dome the
death toll was very heavy. In
addition to the fifty-seven miners
and muckers who perished in
the mine shafts, seventy others
were drowned when they were
driven by the flumes into the lake,
or by the upsetting of the overloaded boats. Fully one hundred
others |n-rishiil in the woods before
they reached the lake. Of one
hundred and forty Italian laborers
at Dome, only fifty are accounted
for. The others have all perished.
Grants were Made
The Ontario Government and
the Dominion Government have
both   Intimated   that   they   will
make substantial grants to aid
the sufferers. The Toronto Board
of Trade this morning donated
$2:1,000 for immediate relief work.
Other cities are following Toronto's example.
Fire Insurance will not protect
you from fire but it will protect
you against loss. Thc prompt
settlement of claim which is a
feature of the policies issued by
the Mack Realty & Insurance
Company will protect you both
against loss of money and loss of
time.
Brought the Boys Here
Two sons of ('. J. Gillingham
arrived by the C. P. R. Princess
Mary this morning, and will probably remain here premanently.
J. H. McLeod of the Customs
Department left for Skagway by
thc S.S. City of Seattle. He will
return to Prince Rupert after a
few day's trip.
STEAMBOAT TRAFFIC
BUSY Kl WHARF TODAY
From Midnight Last Night Till Noon Today a Procession of Big Steamships Kept Going and Coming
���An  Indication of the Way Things are
Livening Up at This Port
S.S. Princess Ena with freight
from thc south berthed at thc
wharf last night and was here this
morning. Tonight the Camosun
arrives.
I BASEBALL SCORES j
���^.---aaiaa.-waasaa.sseal-^Ka. ,.*-��. ^.^.^.4
Northwestern League
Vancouver 3, Tacoma (i.
Spokane 2, Portland 10.
Seattle 7, Victoria 5.
National League
New York 9, Pittsburg 4.
Brooklyn 6, Chicago 5.
St. Louis 8, Boston (i.
Philadelphia 1, Cincinnati 0.
American League
Detroit 8, Philadelphia 7.
Washington 5, Cleveland 7.
Boston 2, Chicago 1.
St. LouisG, New York 1,
Pacific Coast League
Portland 4, Vernon 2.
Oakland 4, 'Frisco 3.
Sacramento 5, Los Angeles I.
YOUNG PRINCE IS HAILED
AS THE PRINCE OF WALES
Solemn Ceremonies Attended the Investiture in Carnarvon Castle
���Ritual Dates Back to the Time of Edward the First
When He Presented His Infant Son to the Welsh
as Their Prince���Rejoicing in Wales
TRAIN WRECK
IN ALBERTA
C. P. R. Special Ditched at Ponoka���Was Loaded with Orange Lodge Adherents.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Edmonton, July 14.���A sad ending to the Red Deer Orange celebration has happened near South
Ponoka. A C. P. R. special train
which was conveying a number of
the celebrants bo their homes,
was derailed a mile from South
Ponoka late last night. Every
carriage went int.. thc ditch, and
many of the passengers among
thc women and children were
injured.
Fortunately the train was proceeding slowly, and none of the
injured arc fatally hurt.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Carnarvon, July 14.���With all
the historic ritual prescribed seven
centuries ago when King Edward
| the First, won the hearts of the
gallant Welsh chieftains, by presenting to them his infant son to
be their Prince, the solemn ceremony of investing young Prince
Edward as Prince of Wales was
carried out today. It was the
first time since Henry VII sat on
the throne that the ceremony iias
been performed.
At Historic Carnarvon
The Royal party came direct
I'roniKingstown on theRoyal yacht
for the ceremony. The Home
Fleet was in Carnarvon Bay, while
the whole of the Welsh Territorial
Army, reinforced by British cavalry
was mobilized, within the shadows
of ancient Carnarvon Castle.
King Performed Ceremony
The actual ceremony of investiture was performed by thc
King himself (not as had been
announced by Queen Mary.    Her
Carried 100 Passengers
About 100 passengers went south
on the S.S. Prince Rupert today.
Majesty was present as an onlooker.) Inside Carnarvon Castle
15,000 leading Welshmen witnessed
the proceedings, the poetry and
mystic symbolism of which were
of a nature to appeal strongly to
a Celtic people.
A Pretty Ceremony
Wearing a crimson mantle,
young Prince Edward was formally
presented before King George,
who was robed in purple and gold
and wearing the stately trapping!
emblematic of his Royal station.
With his own hands the King
placed upon Prince Edward's head
a chaplel of gold, made in the form
of a garland, as a token of principality. Next the King put into
the Prince's hand a sceptre of
gold, the emblem of government.
Finally, his Majesty placed a
ring of gold upon his firstborn's
middle finger at the same time
adjuring him to lie a husband to
his country' mid 8 father to its
childfren.
After thc Welsh bishops had led
the Prince of Wales to a species o*
throne and seated him upon it with
due solemnity, the invcsiure proper
was completed. Then followed
the picturesque act of the Prince's
presentation to the people.
A fanfare of trumpets announced
that the ceremony inside the castle
was concluded, while over 100,000
people outside the castle craned
for a good view of the King and
Queen and the young Prince as
they mounted to their place ubovc
the Gate. From this same spot
seven centuries ago, King Edward
I. presented his infant son to the
Welsh people to be their Prince.
Then* was .i breathless I111--I1 while
King George V. stood forward and
in ringing tones presented his
own first-born as Prince of Wales.
Real Welsh Cheers
Thunderous cheer-*, greeted the
King's announcement, which were
1. pi. i.'d again and again. For
the remainder of the week Carnarvon and all Wales will continue
to hold festival.
Turn It Into Money
Sell that "chattel" to someone
to whom the fact that it is "second
hand" does not impair its use-
f ii In ess.
Quite a feature in steamboat
traffic again this weekend. From
"li'ltiight until noon today the
Waterfronl officials were busy. The
( P. K. S.S. Princess Mary arrived shortly after midnight, fob
lowed later by the City of Seattle.
Both boats had large cargoes and
���Wavy passenger sheets. The G.
1 P. S.S. Prince Albert arrived
lr"in ihe Islands, and the Venture
iltan ihe south berthed this moni-
iiig.
Before 11 a.m. the S.S. State of
California on her return trip from
Alaska called, and  brisk  to and
fro tourist trips up town and back
kept ihe waterfront lively. The
American papers brought up by
the City of Sat lie were i.'i great
demand amongst lhe tottris.s Mid
the small boy sellers of them did
a roaring trade. The State of
California brought back form the
north 20,000 cases of salmon for
the American ma/ki i.
This mornl g also ���-. w the G.
T.  P. S.S. Pri ce Rupert leave
with a big list of local passu gers
for Vancouver and the south. The
Rupert left on time afier her arrival from Stewart.   The C. P. R.
HE HAS GONE BACK EAST
ARMED WITH PHOTOGRAPHS
Mr. Frank Scott, Treasurer for the G.T.P. and G.T.R.
Took Seventy-five Photographs of Prince Rupert
to Show His Frienes   Charmed With Scenery
'These pictures of Prince Ku-
���*" will l���* framed, and shown
'" my friends. There is no doubt
J" ihat they Wi|| advertise the
*y very favorably," said Mr.
...rilnk S('<��lt*, treasurer of the G.
'���R-andG. T. P., to the News
'"s "K-miiig as he looked over
"!""" W of the best views of the
'"V ������������������ disiriet showing the prog-
ri'RS,l"" City had made since it was
" ""������� handful' of tents a few
yean ago.
0" Wednesday, Mr. Scott 111.1
.'r' Ajthur  Little,  proprietor 'of
��� Well known News stand near
(''   T,   p.   wharf,   and   the
Picture,   Mr.   Scott   took   away
ft  him  wore  a   present   from
r- Uttle, who gave  them so
that those who saw the pictures
would be given a goixl idea and
impression of Prince Rupert and
the surrounding scenery. Amongst
thc views were some surprisingly
good ones of the Skeena River.
Mr. Scott was very pleased with
the pictures of the first train that
left here over the G. T. P. main
line on June   I4the.
Mr. Scott with bis wife left
for the East today on the S.S.
Prince Rupert.
"I have seen nothing in Inly
or Switzerland t<> compare with
thc scenery of Prince Rupert,
the Skeena, and the Alaskan Coast," was thc enthusiastic tribute
Mr. Scott paid to the district
before he left.
FAREWELL VISIT OF STATE OF CALIFORNIA
Palatial and Popular American Steamer Goes South to Replace the Wrecked Santa
Rosa���Ramona and Delhi to Take Her Place on Alaska Run
Today the palatial S.S. State
of California paid her last visit
for this summer at least to Prince
Rupert. She is going away south
to take the place of the wrecked
Santa Rosa. Replacing lhe State
of California on the Alaska trip
will return the Ramona a boat already familiar in Prince Rupert.
Though a reliable boat the Ramona
is smaller than the State of California, and to assist her in dealing
with the traffic it is probably lhat
the steamer Delhi will be added
tO the list making the Alaska run.
May Not Call Here
There is a possibility, however,
that the Delhi may not include
Prince Rupert in her schedule, but
will make the trip to Alaska direct
from Seattle. The Alaska trade
is getting heavier at this season,
the consignments of salmon for
the south promising to be exceptionally heavy this season, and
the tourist traffic is on thc increase. For this reason some
surprise is expressed that the
popular State of California should
she is needed on the California
coast.
Visits of the State of California
to Prince Rupert, since the very
first evening she Called here, have
been occasions for the enlivening
of the town by lur groups of
sightseeing passengers, and her
presence at the wharf has ranked
in importance with that of the big
G. T. P. and C. P. R. boats". Prince
Rupert bids good-bye with regret
to the popular "Stale" but it is
quite expected that she will be
back again by next summer with
be replaced by smaller boats, but her merry tourist parties.
TO TAKE MOVING PICTURES OF RUPERT
Special Corps  of Photographers on Their  Way Here���Will Show the Beautiful
Scenery of the District in all the Great Cities of the World.
SEATTLE IS IN PERIL
OF DANGEROUS FIRE
Latest Despatches Received Before Going to Press Tell
of Hotel and Boarding House on Pike Street and
Eighth Destroyed���Gale Carrying Sparks
Into Business Section
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Seattle, July 14.���A serious finis raging now in the city of Seattle.
A general alarm has been turned
in, and strong efforts are lieing
made to prevent the fire from
spreading to the business portion
of the city.
Starts in Hotel
The fire started in the Iwiscmcnt
of a three storey frame hotel
building at the corner of Eighth
avenue .ind Pike street. The
building is now entirely destroyed
and the flames have spread to the
adjoining property. An apartment house next  to the hotel is
now on fire and CBJIAOt lx* saved.
Other property in the vicinity
is threatened, and a serious conflagration is feared.
A strong wind has sprung up
to fan the flames, and sparks arc
lieing carried out over the business
section of the city. On many of the
buildings, janitors and porters arc
busy watching to quell any possible outbreak, but nervousness is
fell lest the lire should get out
of hand while the gale lasts,
Mrs. S. Frizzell left this morning
for a two weeks' visit  lo friends
in Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle.
Coming up on the S.S. Prince
C.eorge now steaming for this port
from the south is a man armed
with the latest moving picture
apparatus. This man and his
aides have been engaged exclusively by thc G. T. P. Publicity
Department to take views of the
scenery between Vancouver and
here, also to get miles of film
showing Prince Rupert in Unmaking, the progress and beauty
up the 100 miles of line running
alongside the Skeena River and
other features for advertising purposes. These films when completed will be loaned to moving
picture theatres in every town
and city across the two hemispheres.
, Today the artist who takes
m'es   of   pictures   will   pull   out
from the Prince George , set up
his machine in some convenient
nook on the shore, then the big
G. T. P. steamer will go full steam
ahead and the man at the picture
machine will take a few hundred
feet   of   this   interesting   feature.
When the Prince George steams
through the harbor entrance tomorrow morning the picture man
will be stationed on the fo'c'sle
head turning the wheel of his
machine which will record the
beautiful scenery surrounding the
harbor, this city in the amphitheatre of hills, the crowds on the
dock and every animate and Inanimate thing that comes within
the range of the wonderful lenses.
By the train that leaves at one
o'clock for Copper River will In-
attached a special car at the rear
on which will be the picture man
and bis machine and during the
100 mile run he will wind up a lot
of film, on which will be recorded
all and perhaps more than human
eye can see.
What this will mean as an
advertising feature to Prince Rupert it is impossible to estimate.
The G. T. P. is to be congratulated
011 such enterprise.
Where to Go
DRAGGED TO DEATH BY
WEIGHT 0FJ/IRE CABLE
Verdict of Coroner's Jury at Inquest Held on Body of
J. Stussi, Killed by Fall at the Government
Wharf���Funeral  Held  Today
"We the jury . . . find that
the deceased came to his death
by falling from a scaffolding
on  the false work used in  the
construction of the B. C, Gov*
eminent   Dock  while   handling
an unattached cable."
Such is the verdict brought in
by thc jury appointed at die
Inquest held yesterday aften con
on thc body of John Stussi tht
workman killled on Wcdm iday
at the Government Wharf.
EMPRESS THEATRE, Second Ave.-
Pictures antl Music, 7.30 p.m.
MAJESTIC  THEATRE,   Third   Ave;
Pictures and songs, 7.30 p.m.
PHEN1X THEATRE, Second Aveuue
Pictures and music, 7.30 p.m.
weight  of a  wire  cable  he  was
handling, which in sliding off the
wood work above him jerki d him
off his own platform.   Stussi did
not   manage   to  drop   the   cable
quickly enough wh*-n warned by
.iie mi. 1  . hove him that it was
sliding off   the  beam over  which
it   was looped,  or he  may  have
thought   lie   could   hold   it.     He
(ell thirty  (eel  to the false work,
and fifteen more into thc sea.
Fought for Life
First   hasty   accounts   ot    thc
accident  gave it that Stussi had
Evi-
Fatal Cable
From   the  evidence  of  Messrs. I |,t.,.,,  stunned by  thc  fall.
J. C. McLeod, Andrew J. Whcat-|dence given by Andrew Wheatlcy,
ley,   and   Harry   Hcadrick,   dee-1 foreman at the work, showed that
eased's workmates who were near! t]lc poor fellow had put up a brave
at the time of the accident, Slussi'sl  ���
I fall  was  clearly   caused  by   the I continubd on page 4
* THE DAILY NEWS
The Daily News
Formerly The "Prince Rupert Optimist
Published by the Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
DAILY AND WEEKLY
SUBSCRIPTION RATES-Daily, 50c per month, or $5.00 per year, in advance.
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$2.50 per year, strictly in advance.
TRANSIENT DISPLAY ADVERTISING-60 cents per inch. Contract rates
on application.
HEAD OFFICE
Daily News Building, Third Ave., Prince Rupert, B. C.   Telephone 98.
BRANCH OFFICES AND AGENCIES
New YoiiK-National Newtpaptr Bureau, 219 East 23rd St., New York City.
Seattle   Paget Sound News Co.
London. ENGLAND���Ths Clotigher Syndicate, Grand Trunk Building, Trafalgar
Square.
"The newspaper, with the law, should assume the accused innocent
until proven guilty; should be the friend, not the enemy of the
general public; the defender, not the invader of private life and
the assailant of personal character. It should be, as it were, a
keeper of the public conscience. " ��� Henry Watterson.
DAtLY Edition.
Friday. July 14
A LESSON FROM THE INDIAN
A pleasing incident showing ihe loyalty of the Naas Indians
is told by Indian Agent Clifton Perry who is in the city after completing
the census of lhe Indians in his district.
On the morning of Coronation Hay, Mr. Perry and his party
were proceeding up the Naas to visit the Ayansh reserve. Rumors
had been current of trouble between the Indians and the white men.
and the Indian Agent was investigating the matter���happily with
die result thai he found there was little ground for the exaggerated
Btories that had been circulated.
As the steamer steamed up the Naas. the Indians at Ayansh.
hailed the flag she carried in honor of the King's Coronation, and
came in a body to ihe wharf. "Tell all the white men. the King's
people to gome with us to a white man's feast in the Feast Hall,"
said Chief Skadeen to the party. "We have killed a cow and a calf,
and are having a feast for the white men. in honor of the King."
To the Feast Hall. Mr. Pern's party went, and there at the
head of the table, the Indian Agent presided over a goodly gathering.
From .ill the railway and survey camps���the "highways and the by*
ways"of the Naas���th ewhite men gathered in response to the chief's
invitation.
The Ayansh band in uniform played patriotic airs. They had
previously rendered a Coronation hymn in the village church, the
music lor which was specially composed by their own missionary.
Rev. Mr. McCullagh. To the assembled company Chief Skadeen
told of their loyalty to the King, of their friendship for the "King's
people." as the whites are called in the vernacular, and of their respect
for the law and order that the King's |x-ople had instituted. Very
significantly, the Chief referred to the cause of the minors of trouble,
the Indian's reluctance to serve the white men. until their claims in
the land tide dispute are referred to the law they have been
taught to reverence.
"If. the law says the land is for the Indian, il is well. If the law
says the lard is for the while men, it is well. We will be satisfied
when we know." said the Chief.
The little incident of the spontaneous act of loyalty in preparing
a "white man's feast" fur the white men on Coronation Day ought
ALL ENDED HAPPILY
A Little Story from Belleville
on Which You Could Write a
Novel.
A romance which had its com*
mencement on the other side of the
Atlantic many years since, had a
happy culmination in Belleville.
Sonic   ihirty-livc   years   ago   a
couple were married iii Scotland,
the man's name being Rite, aad
the woman, after several years
of wedded unhappini ss secured a
divorce abuut twenty yean ago.
and the custody of her two sons,
one of whom is captain of an
Atalntic steamer and lhe oilier
mate on a liner. The woman
remained at home ami lhe man
went to the Western States. A
few months ago the woman came
over to Yarmouth, Nova Scotia,
to visit relatives and there was
given information as to her former
husband. The result was thai
they entered into correspondence,
the old-time love was revived, and
they decided to meet in Belleville,
aboul midway between their respective homes, and renew the
troth which was plighted in their
youthful days.
The license was then upon issued
and the couple were duly reunited in the holy bonds of matrimony by Rev. Dr. Bishop.
A Business Tip
A classified advertising campaign, carried to a successful conclusion, will not only sell your
real estate for you���but m*II it to
the person to whom it i- worth
most.
Some Bargains
By looking over today's rial
estate ails you will Ih able to
forecast some of the assured real
estate sales of the very mar
future.
USEFUL BY-LAW
To Prevent Epidemics, Comes
Into Force on 21st
Alderman Newton's by-law to
cope wiih the possibility of outbreaks of infectious illness in Prii >.
Ru|x*rt   has   been   carried   to   iis
not to go unrecorded.   There is real logic in the plea of tin-chief of '",nal ���***��� "' Pf0*"6? '" "
the Ayansh. that if the Indians are to venerate and observe the law
ind will come into force on the
of Canada, then  the Proviiit- of  British Columbia in its dealings 21rt   JU,y"     Th"   ''��� f���1**
with the Indians should be prepared to submit itself to the courts of -,r"*xr P���*��tioM W"! <*,k'�� '"
prt vent infection spreading.
justice.
"If ilu law says that the land is for the Indian, it is well. If
lhe law says the land i- for tin white men. it is Well. We will Ik* satisfied when we know," is an attitude of mind that would very well
become the administrators nf law and order in this Province.
NEW ZEALAND S RAILWAY RECORD
Place
Did You Know It?
Your real estate is a*- salct bl( .*-
staple merchandise���ar.d. to juggle
a Word, as advertisible!
POOR SNIFF YACHT
Notwithstanding the period of hard times that has visited New
Zealand during the past two years, the governmeni-owncd railways  ''  MuM F,mi n F r,"h ' ,in,lmi:
of Nov Zealand have shown a steady and gratifying growth.   The
net pn.tils for the war 1910 were $5,401,580.
It should b.- remembered th.t the settled policy of thc New 0ne "eek lo r,n,"v' ''" ,ivi'
Zealand government is i��� .,,>eraic the railways for the benefit of all'P"fu""' l*"V. "r "��� "T >*"h'-
the people and not lor profits. |fron' ���"��� wnarf b xhv """  '    Nl
A- rapidly as the receipts warrant, freight and passenger rales���,)aNis ,MV *iwn ,h'' '">' ""lnil
are reduced, while special provisions have been made by which theiH,!i ���.'"" wn" "'���''' '" ,,w" ,,M
railways an* utilized in tin government's effort to assist the people|counc"l meeting.
t" become home-makers, without them being denied the chance of A ""���������������'"���-������-��� *m arrange thai
having their children property educated, and without interfering ,lu' h,'ll'1," ,,ld ,,"""'i "f ''"' "���
with thc regular city employment of the heads of families. *��� *'M'n ������'��� ***to*k* *""rmr ��'f ,1m
To fost.r this work, a nominal fare Is charged the workers and ������ar,H,r-
the school children during certain hours morning and evening, by
which, ai a coal nol exceeding that paid by patrons of the street railway service, the artisans in the country are able to continue work
and their children ran enjoy city schools while making their homes
in tin* country.
LAND PURCHASE N0TICE8
Ski-una Land District���-District ol C'ouat Hans., 6
Tako notice thut 1. Frank Hicks ol I'ort uf ;
slnijton, occupation merchant, intend l" UN ���
lor permi-ialon. o purchaso the (oUowtol ilw.crluo.1 j
lunrls: |
Commencing at a post plum...I on lli�� south
hank ot tho Eschumalks River mid ��*'"ul ���our
miles (rom it* coniluence with ihe Hki-enu Itiver.
thence NO chuina west, thenco ��0 chains nurili.
thonce 80 chains oast, thonco soulh Ml clniins
to point ol commencement, containing 640 ucrus
moro or loss
Hated April 21, 1811. PRANK  HICKS
I'ub. April 28.
Skaena Land District��� Diatrici ol Coast
Taks notico that William McTavish ol \ancou-
ver, ll   C. occupation phyalclsn, Inlands l" apply
(or permiaalon to purchnso the foilowtni aMmatts
lun.la:
Coinmenclna at a post plunt,*.! 11 Uu* lOUtMfi
comer, 40 chains nortii and lu chains ml ��( the
north.-ast comer ol Lot lllii. Hsrvoy'l survey,
'���������aat  District.   Kiiiii*,. 6, thence Uu chains east
nee 60 chains north, thence ml clisins *��"��� I
....'lice GO chains south to pust u( i-uiiiiii'itceriu'iit
containing 360 acros more or Ima. ... .,,
Dated May i, 1811.     WILLIAM A.  IMTAVISH
I'uh. May G.
TRY   THE   "NEWS"   WANT
AD. WAY OF FINDING
Kred W. Itolil.r* Agent
Skaana Land DUtrlct���DUlrict of COMt Range \
Take notice  thut I, J. Lorni MacLwan  ��
I'rince Rupert, h.c, occupation rm\ ��� Ml* *"*?'
intends to apply for  pcrnilaftion  In ptirchata the i
following deacribed landa:
Oommandni at a poat plantad i" chaini want
and ni chaina auuth uf the mnitliwed rnrnwof
lot lTtt. vicinity of Luke)ae Laka, and mark-id J-
U Mncl*iiten'i nurtweat curner, thanofl aail M
chaini, thence aouth 40 chain*, thanca �����'"'  BO
chaini, thence north 4U chaina t>- l"""t of ta>
tnencement, containing 320 aerea m����re <��i >>'**���
J, LORNK MmLARKN
Goo. it. Putnam. Agent
Date May 31. 19H
1'uli. June 16. IU11
Skaena Land DUtrict���DUtrict of Coiut Range 6
Take notice that Henry UaatTUMj ��� rrince
Rupert, H. C-, occupation miner, Intandi to apply
for twnnUsion to purchaae thu followinK deacribed
landa:
Commencing at a poat planted on the aoutb
aide of Eichumaika River, about I I-- ���������"** *rum
ita coniluence with the Skm-na River and about
1-2 milea woat (rom ExchumsiU rapida, thence 60
chaina north, thenca 4U chains cut, thenca iO
cbaina aouth, thence 40 chaina ��>��t to point o
commencement, containlnn 220 acrea more or
leaa. IW marketl "M.M. BlW. cor."
Dated April 22. 1V11. HKNRV MAC.\KT.Nb\
Pub. AprU 29.
Skeuna Land JlfUtrict��� DUtrict of Quean Charlott*
lalindi
Taka noUoe ihat Geo. IL Ujk uf Prince Rupert.
B. C, occupauon barber, .Int.-nle to apply tar
itermiaalon tu purchaaa tbo fi��lliiwin< deacribe>l
landa:
Commencing at a poet planted about aeven
mile-, woat and une mile eout*. '.- n the "- ���'���'
of Sunly Creek, Naden liarinr, tdenca eouth !>0
chaini, thonce w��Mt 40 chains ihonoa north 60
chain*, thenco east 40 chaiiu. , ...��
Daie.1 March 17, 1911. GKO. IL LAI X
Pub. ADril 22. Numa I*em��re. Ancnt
Skeena Und District  -Dutr.. ��� of Cuaat lUnga
Taka notlea tbat Annie Muaaallera of Prince
Rupert, U. C, occupation mirried woman, lntn.de
io apply for permiaaion to purchase the following
deecrilMKl landa:
Commancm at a poat pUr.ted at a poet at the
���outhttrel curner. GO cbatna <.. ���: ir- -u N. 1- corner
ot Lot I!;*. Harvay'e Survey. Coaat Dutnct,
Range j. thenc* eaat 20 chains, ihence north 40
chain*, thence weat 40 char,*, ihence aouth 20
chaina, thenca eaat 20 chaina, thence eouth 20 t
��balne to point of corotnanci-n-.ent, containing 120 I
acr** mora or leaa.
Dated May ��, 1911. ANNIE MLSSALLLM |
Put,  May 13.
-Skeena Und DUtrict���District ol Caaaiar
Taka   notice   tbat   L   Thumaa   McMeekin   ol
Prince Rupert, U. C, occupatioa clerk, Intend to
apply fur permUe'on  to purchase the following
..lecni-e-J Undo:
Commencing al a tioel plar.tid about two rnib-w
'Kith of the forka of tba VMM and Flat riven, \
tbence north  HO chaina. their* ea��t  ao chaini,
thence aouth M) chaina. ihenee �������i ��<0 chaini.
Dated April \6. 1911.      THoM \S McMLGKIN
Pub. Mu 13. Francu S. Prtelon. Agent
Skeena Und DUlrict - Ih.tricl of Caaaiar
Take notice that I, Charln L. I lelgrove of Slaw-
art H. C��� occupation prue[TCtor, intend to apply
(or perraiaekm to purcbaae Die fullowlng deacribed
landa:
Commencing at a poet planted about iii milea
outh and one mde weat of ibe forka of tb* White
an.)  Flat riwra, thenee eoutb SO chalm. thenee
eaat 50 chain*, tbence north Ml ehalni, thenoe weat |
j-o chaina. .
Dated AprU 20. 1911      CMAULKS DKLGKO\ ��
Pub. Mat 13. FrancU S. Preaton. Agent
Sfcf-vni Und Diatrict���Dttlrict of Coaat Range
Take notice tbat 1, J. Harold McKean ol Princ
Rupert. II. C-, occupat on blarkam th. Intend to
apply lor permeaton to purchaae the following
d��cr t��d Undi:
Commencing at a pott planted about three and
one batf mile* d itant in a eoutb m eater lv direction
from a blind alough from Ubaervaiory Inlet where
the aarr.e touchee tbe Ir.dan Reaerw, ihence w��t
60 chaini, thence eouth *0 cha na. thence emit 60
chaina, tbenee north no cbam to po nt of com
mencement. contal**ing mj acr*w more or lee*.
Daied Apr 114. 1911.       h HAROLD McKPA
Saeer.a Und DUtrict - Dittr ct of Caaalar
Taka notioe that 1. John Robert Pacev of Pnnca
Rupert, H. Cm occupauon cook, intend to apply
tor tiermiwion to purcbaae tba following deecribed
landa:
Commencing at a post planted (2) two milea
aouth and 2 two niins ��nt of the forka of tba
White aad Flal riven, thenoa aoutb 80 chaini
theoce eut *0 chain*, thenca north 80 ehalna.
tbence wart *0 cha ni.
I rated Apr I 20, lull    JOHN RtlHKRT PACEV
Pub  Mat 13. Franc i S. Praaton. Ageo .
Ski a Und Di.ir d I-.strict rf Coaal Range &
Take note* that I, Martha Leak, of Mnce
Ku;**?t, ll. C , occupat on rnerr -d woman l.*ten i
to apply for permiaaion to purcbaae tbe following
-deacribed land*:
Commencing at a p<et planted about three and
Otto halt nilce dUtar.t In a aoutbweaterly direction
from a blind alough (rum Ubaervaiory Inlet where
the tame t<>uel<-�� H.e Ind an Reaerve, Ibence eut
Mi cbaina, tbenc* aouth mi cba na, tbence weet 6
chain*, thence north M rha na lo point ot com*
mencemeM, ennta n rg bio acrea mora or \*m.
Dat**d ftjirl II, 1911. MARTHA LKKK '
Pub  Mav 13.
Skeer.a Und Dutrict-DUlrict ol Coaat Range
Take notica that Mar. Ueaton liddenWva of
Victoria. It. C.. occupatioa bouaekeeper. Intend*
lo_apply tor permtelnn to purchaa* tne tolloaing
Comnenctng at a (Kiet planted at the anuthw-art
corner nt Lot ttrt. Range 6, Coaat Dutrict.thence
**} cT.aln* -wmth tbenc* 40 cbaina eait, tbence DO
chaim nortb. thence 4<> ehalna wert to point ot
MMMMtment. containing 320 acrea more or 1
Jng l_,
MARY m.ATON GILDKRSLLLVE
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Skeena I��an I Diainrt���Diilrict of Coaat
Tak* notice that  tre.1 W.  Uohler ol  Kitaum-
kalum, occupation farmer, Intendi to apply   lor
fnrmtorion  to  purchaae  tha  following  deacribed
land*:
Commencing at a jmt plantcl at tha northern*! cornet ol V lubm * pre^nptioa, thenoe
2u chaini eouth, thene* 10 chaini eaat, thence 20
chaini nortb, tbenop 10 chalm wait to poet ot
co��nmencement containing 20 acrei more or lew.
Datoi April 10, 1'Jl 1. FltlKDRICK W. IIUHLKR
lvut.. Apnl 22 Fred Hampton. Agent
Skeera Und Diatrict -Diatrict ot Coaat Range 6
Take notice that I, Hell Hall Kenney of Yarmouth, Nova Sco'ia, occupation married woman.
Intend to apply (or permiaaion lo purchaae the
foflnwing deacribed land*:
Commencing at a po>t planted at north eut
cornet ot T. L Lot Matt, thence running weet 40
chair*, thence north "0 ehalna, thence eaat 40
rhair.*, thence aouth Ml chalm to place ol commencement containing ,\20 acrea more or leae.
, My port le on aouth eaat corner ot land applied
for, marked letten S. f.., about one mile acil of
Lake Lakelse, aoulh Pile of Skeena river DiMrict '
nf Coaat Range f>.
Dated April 29. ISM!       HKLL HALL KENNEY
Tub. Mar 13. John Haverty, Agent
' akeena Und District- District of Coaat Ranar fi
C%*��<it Diatrict
Take noli.*, that Wm. U��tie of Happerton. B.C.
occupati-m Om-ernment'Mian!, Intends to apply
fur pMBlliaKiB i" tninhata the followraf deecrlb*
��*ii nnda:
('-mn*< rrinp nt ;i i">��t plantdl to chains weat
' and I*' etttlni MNth "f lln-s^iiithwest corner of bit
j No 17.1.!, r��oire .'i Coaal ilistrlrt,marked Wm.Leslie,
' N.W. rntner. thenre ��,iiitb 4li chains, thence east
: W rhain��, thrnoe n--rth 4-' chains, thence west *ai j
| amine to poal "f aomiMnMflMrti cnntainlnn Mo
Iacrei m.ire or less.
WM. LK8LIK
��� ^ T. 1). UMi Agent
Dated March 2"lb. 1911
Tub. April 29th, ml
Rk��-na Und Dislrict -Dtatrld ol Caaalar
Tske notice that  I, Alfred  Itenyman  Willlama
"t   I'rince   Uut��ert.   It.   ('.,   occuiiatlon   merchant
Intend  to  apply   tor  permiaaion  lo  purchaae  the
following dwrilrt-d lands:
Commencing  al  a  post planted  about  (2)  two
mll-sa south of th* forka oi tbe White and  Flat
rieeta, tbenee BO ehalni south, thenee ftO ehalna
1 ������aa, tbance  W)  ehalna  north,  thenee  80  ehalna
eaat.
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Lunch and Mr-alaatall houra: Lunch Ik,
Mral, Oc up-Come and Sm
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Swond Ave, Princ. Rupert, B.C.
t, Rochester &
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Ladysmitm
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An exceedingly good looking anil
serviceable aftemooa gown ol black
chiffon satin made in tunic fashion.
Lower part of bodice and upper
ivirt nf tunic are black filet lace
over white chiffon cloth. Sleeves
and ii|i|ii-r part of bodice are stain
with undcrsleeves, yoke and stock
of white Mi i liiin l.i. i'.
A gown of this type is appropriate for wear upon any and
all occasions.
CAMPING   OUT
Phoneiis
It la So Cheap
To pay for even a "drawn out"
Campaign Ol want advertising
which ends in a sale of your
property w ihe lust pdvw.tBge, is
to pay inn a tritu*!
Has your dinner lost its savor,
Has your greeting lost its cheer?
Is your daily stunt a burden?
Is your laughter half a sneer?
There's a medicine lo cure you,
There's a way to lift your lead,
With a horse and saddle and a mile
of o|h-ii road.
Is your eyeball growing bilious?
Is your tem|K-r getting short?
Is this life a blind delusion,
Or a grim, unlovely sport?
There's  a   world   of   health   and
beauty,
There's a heap lhat cannot fail,
In a day In-hind the burros
On a dusty mountain trail.
Come out, old man, we're going
To a land that's fret and large,
Where the rainless skies are resting
On a snowy mountain marge.
When   We   camp   in   ('.oil's   own
country,
You will find yourself again,
Willi a fire Bl d a blanket and the
stars upon the plain!
���Hliss   Carman   in   The   Reader
Magazine.
and must be carefully laundered
to last until coltl weather. Every
woman should know how they ar.
done to Instruct hor laundress,
See that all repairs are made before
the blouses are put into the wash.
Very fine ones last longer if not
done in the general wash. Many
women save a hall dozen or more
to be done at one time.
Make thick suds of lukewarm
water antl pure white soap and
squeeze the blouse up and down
in it. Rub as little as possible. If
necessary, wash through a second
suds.
Rinse out the soap through
several waters, using a little bluing
it the last. If the blouse is not
to be starched, hang in the sun
to dry, if the material is white;
otherwise, dry indoors. Sprinkle
half an hour before ironing and
wrap in a clean towel. Use moderately hot irons and see that the
ironing board is covered with clean
muslin. Use an old blanket in
several thicknesses, into which
press embroidered pans. Put an
extra muslin cloth over this.
A sleeveboard ensures quicker
work. Without one use a small
iron and there need be no creases.
Iron the sleeves first.
Iron tucks ami plain pari of
waist next on right side. Start
at the shoulder, holding the tucks
firmly with the left hand. Then
turn blouse and iron lace and
embroidery on wrong side.
Lace ruffles and edging should
be pulled out after ironing to give
a new soft look. Frills should be
basted along bottom edge before
being laundered, and when ironing
begin at bottom, pulling gently
at top so the plaits fall into place.
Most thin materials, save handkerchief linen, are improved by a
thin starching. They keep fresh
longer anil take a better color.
Sometimes this is supplied by
dampening with a little cold starch
water.
Another starch is made by making a paste with two teaspoons of
starch and a linle cold water, over
which is poured a pint of boiling
water, stirring until smooth. A
drop of bluing added gives a better
color. Dip blouse in starch, wring
out at once, and hang out to dry.
Provide a number of coat hangers for the kitchen. String over
a line and hang each blouse on it
instead of folding. As the folding
hanger can be had for ten cents
apiece, get a big supply and have
enough to hang the waists in
closets instead of putting them
in bureau drawers.
For most delicious Bread,
Duinly Biscuits, Ele., use
Robin Hood Flour
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CARING FOR FINE WAISTS
Some Laundry Hints That Every Woman Ought to Know
and Practice.
By   this   season   of   the   year
lingerie waists are showing strain Third Ave., near6thst
For row boats and launches
telephone 320 green. Davis'
Boat House.
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TEMS  OF
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SPORT
Ad  Wolgast  is  said  to  have
remarked a  tew months ago that
Owen Moran was the only one of
his prospective opponents thai he
considered seriously,
e e &
Lord Conyngham, who was formerly a lieutenant in the Third
Battalion, Duke of Kdinhurg's
Wiltshire Regiment, is one of the
best known sportsmen in the whole
of Ireland. lie has three seats
in Ireland; Slane Castle, thc Hall,
and the Lodge, the two latter in
Count Donegal.
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Merritt Griffin, a representative
of the Chicago A. C. at the Olympic games in London in 1910, and
one of the greatest amateur discus
throwers in the world, is today in a
paralytic state from serious injuries sustained in a runaway
accident.   His condition is critical.
tjs    -*g    0
Calgary has only tWO men now
In the charmed circle of .300 and
over in the batting averages. Both
of these are the big league timber���
Wilson and Standridge. Dtiggan,
Moran and O'Brien are close runners up, and have all fattened up
their batting averages during lhe
victorious series with Edmonton.
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"Too much grease," according
to Jim Sullivan's own statement,
made the Knglish fighter sick and
was responsible for his recent
defeat by Billy P&pke. Sullivan
said today he knows he can beat
P&pke, and would have done it
il the American hadn't entered the
ring with a pound or so of hog
fat rubbed into his skin. Sullivan
insists he will make Papke fight
him again in the near future.
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11 is now almost an assured fact
that   when   the   footlmll   season
starts in the Old Country, next
September will see a third division
of the football league.    There is
already a first and second division,
and  the organization of a third
division   is  creating   popular   interest.    Thc clubs so far which
have  signified   their  intention   of
joining   this  new   league  arc  as
follows:    Burslem  P.  V.. Cardiff
City. Chesterfield, Croydon Com
man, Crewe Alexandra, Darlington,
Hartlepoola United Lincoln City.
Portsmouth, Rochdale, Rotherham
Town. Southport Central. S. Shield
Adelaide, Soulh Liverpool. Si. He!
en's Town, Walsall.
Double Weekly Service
S.S. Prince Rupert, S.S. Prince George
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Mondays and Fridays, 8 a.m.
For Stewart,   Thursdays  ami  Sundays
at 8 a.m.     Special  fare  on  Sunday
DOBt   $11.50  return   including  meals
unit liiTth.
��. Prince Albert sails for Port   Simpson,   Naas   River,   Masset,    Naden
Hurlior, Wednesdays, 1.00 p.m.
and f*>r:
Queen Charlotte Island  points,   Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service to Copper Riv.r
Mixed trains from Prince Rupert Wednesdays and Saturdays,  1  p.m.,  returning   Thursdays    and    Sundays
5.20 p.m.
Th. Grand Trunk Railway Sjrat.m
connecting with trains from thc Pacific
coast opprates a frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains over its
double track route between Chicago,
Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Halifax,
Portland, Boston, New York and Philadelphia. Atlantic Steamship bookings
arranged via all lines. Full information and tickets obtained from the
office of
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND   PASSENGER   AGENT
Canadian Pacific Railway
B.C. Coa.l Service
Famous  Princess  Line
S.S. PRINCESS MAY
Friday, July 14th, 9 a.m.
FOR VANCOUVER, VICTORIA, SEATTLE
A
J. G. McNab
General Ag.nl
S.S. INLANDER
... FOK...
HAZELTON
THURSDAY. JUNE 13th
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester   -   Agent
LICENCE REQUIRED
Can't Keep Shop Without Even
Way Out at Seal Cove
For running a little general
fruit, grocery and "notion" store
down at Seal Cove without having,
taken out a trader's licence (',.
McMillan was brought this morning before Magistrate Carta,   He
gave as his reason for the omission
thai he had thought his premises
were outside the city limits. This
was considered   rather  thin,  lint
on payment of costs, and the coal
of a licence McMillan was released
with an admonition.  A man God*
stein,   manager   under   McMillan.
was also required to pay costs of
court and to take out a trader's
licence.
Be Business-like
If you have the business ability
to "make good" in a good 'msition.
indicate it by advertising for On-
position in a convincing, able and
business-like way.
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i     attention paid u> filling prnriiption..
! Theatre Block 9mmm No. ���. ��� Secoad Are. .
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NEW WELLINGTON COAL
LIMB     BRICK     PLASTER     CEMENT
SHINQLES, LATH, BLACKSMITH COAL
ROGERS i BLACK
Phone 116
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
Ind At*., ntxt lootd oAW* of OptimiaL *+\\ only
STOKES' ICE CREAM
Bni mad* in Saaltl*.   Fruit and Candr. wMa-
aal* and It-tail Look for flaah ,1(1. at r.i��M.
SAM l.OWr.N. I"t.inn,., Phon.M0
City Scavenging
Mr. J. G. Weston announces that he
has commenced work for the city.
All orders received  at   tin*
Office, 5th St.
Phone 42
Read The Daily News
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. fi.i
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members of  the order in thc city
are requested to vinit thc lodge.
J. P. CADE. N.G.
H. H. MORTON, Sec.
REAL
ESTATE
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INVESTMENTS
REAL
ESTATE
JEREMIAH    H.    KUGLER
He sells Buildings      He sells Contracts
He has Houses to Rent
He buys Lots He builds Homes
List  Your Properties with  Uncle Jerry
Special Bargains in
Kitselas bands   Francois Lake bands   bnkclsc 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 HouseB He rents Stores
Second  Avenue, Prince Rupert, B. C.
}.j   Ljm   Your  rroperuea  wun   umre  '��'; - - - -     ���   -- ������   * �������
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SONGSTER AGAIN
IN TROUBLE
The Previously Convicted Pietro
Pays the Penalty of $15 and
Costa in Police Court Today.
Once again the tuneful Pietro
has been caged by the wary artist
of the police forte bird lime department, Constable Mansell. Injudiciously the Pietro tuned his
erratic pipe in the neighborhood
of the Knox Hotel about 12
o'clock last night. Though warned
by Constable Mansell to retire to
his perch for the night, the bright
bird after a brief cessation of his
chirping warbled anew at 1 p.m.
and the listening neighborhood
enraptured heard his echo-awakening lilt. Constable Mansell heard
it too ar.d returned with a plentiful
supply of salt for the bird's tail
and bird lime for his Tootsies. So
the Pietro spent the night on the
old familiar roost at the Government Buildings. "Not Guilty"
was the burden of his song in the
police court today, and he even
dared to suggest that Constable
Mansell was no good as a musical
critic. But Magistrate Carss decided that the diploma should be
awarded to tin* pretty Pietro. anil
he retired to the tune of "Fifteen
dollars and costs" pitched in an
appropriate key by the Magistrate.
NEW C.P.R. BOAT
FLOATING PALACE
S.S. Princess Mary Called Here
Last Night on Her First Trip
North���Finest C. P. R. Boat
on Coast Service.
OTTAWA TEAM
FINE ATHLETES
The Eight Who Did so Well at
Henley are All Crack Men and
Credit to Canada.
Inquiries have been made in
Prince Rupert about the *x.*r-
soiiiul of the Ottawa Rowing
Club's eight which put up Mich a
fine race for the Grand Challenge
Cup al Henley last week.
The Ottawa eight representing
Canada at Henley is made up of a
crew that is will-know,i in the Eaat
not   only   in   the   rowing   circles,
but in various other lines ol sport.
Pulford is stroke and !>. J. i'"Donahue is bow car.   The intermediate
seats are held down by Kilt, H;-r-
riaon Green. McCuaig, Joliffe, Phillips and (���>'Donahue, with Sowden
in   reserve.      Pulford.   Kilt.   McCuaig and  Phillips are members
of the Ottawa football Irani ar.d
l>.   J.   O'Donahue   was  secretary
of the Ottawa Amateur associ ition
for years.
The  Ottawa   Rowing  club  has
been making a name for itself
for several years at the Canadian
Henley, 11 Baltimore and al Wash-
ington, where lir.-t honors were
reaped, This is their first at-
tempi serosa the pond, ar.d Canadians have followed the crew
closely since it sailed from Quebec.
Their easy victory over the
Belgians r.ii-ard the hopes of their
supporters.
Though defeated by Magdelen
in the final th. race was one of
the fastCSI ever rowed on the
course,
Those who saw the C. P. R.
S.S. Princess Mary, when she
stopped here lust night on her way
north  from  Vancouver,  with  a
full complement of passengers say
she is one of the finest boats in
the C. P. R- coast service. She
is a brand new steamer. Her
maiden voyage was made last
March when she came out from
England to Vancouver to be placed
on the Nanaimo and Comox run.!
Owing to the S.S. Princess Royal
being placed on the Vancouver-1
Victoria run while the S.S. Princess Victoria is being overhauled.
the Princess Mary was sent nortii
instead of the Princess Royal.
A   good   deal   of   interest   was
centered   on   the   arrival   of   the'
Princess Mary and the fact that
she came and went away in  the.
night time was a disappointment.
to many people.   An opportunity.
however, will be afforded to those
who want to see the Princess Mary
mi   Monday afternoon  when  she,
will be here southbound.
She is about the same size as
the S.S. Princess May but even
more   |ialatially   fitted   up.     Her|
length is 210 feet, her width 40!
feet and she draws 10 feet of water.
She is a  twin  screw steamer of |
1,697 tons.2.310 h.p and can s|H*cd
about   10   knots  an   hour.     Her
sixty   staterooms  are   models  of
convenience anil comfort and the
eight  tables  in   thc  dining  room
seat sixty people.    The passenger
accommodation is 500.
i'apt.tin N'eroustos is master of
the Princess Mary.
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"The News" ClassifiecjA-ds.
==0ne Cent A Word For Each Insertion^
-THEY   WILL   REPAY   A   CAREFUL   LOOKING   OVER--
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The Insurance People
EVERY CI.AS.S Of INSl'RANCi:.     UKT OCR RATH
The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
Phone UO Thhil Avenue ami Fulton St
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Over 10,000
PRESCRIPTIONS
Havo been dispensed by us j
llnce we came to  Princ* j
Rupert.   This is the best l
testimony that our  j
DRUGS ARE PURE J
and that wc arc  j
Specialists in Prescriptions j
Everything that should bo 1
in an up-to-date druggists \
store  we  keep.     : (
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"THE PIONEER DBOOOIST" {
Second Ave.        Phone No. 82
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I.OST-Eye masses. Incase. Flndal plwat apply Moru* II. Crulif, Arctic Studio. 157-wl
FOUND- Puns containing n sum of money. Apply Prlncelltupert General Hospital     1M-16S
FOlIND-Eurokii Cleaning mul Pressing Oom-
[mny. Men', iiilt. clcan.al iiml i>re����.*d HAW*
Utiles' .ulta pressed and etaanao. l-r>' .'l*'nn-
lag a .penalty. Koom 13 Waaunbavar Hl.*t-k.
phono red 119. 1.-1-117
LOST-80 price coupon,  Issued  liv  the  I' n le.a
Stiulio. These coupon, "ill lie ���eceptad I
PUMIItod before July 3rd .'it lhe IVerle,
Studio. Alder Uloclt. 111-147
FreshFLOWERS
On S.S. Prince George, tomorrow morninir
B��� Li
Build'*
ARCTIC STUDIO, &#���������'
1
^f-Baa** i-^ %***M*J****m
For Rent
 a
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Mclntyre   Hull,   for  concert.,
dances, etc.    Apply J. H. li......
Furnished   Cottage,   modern
aunmier month..   Apply Mr-
oppoaite New, Olttce.
i.tettiiininents.
1, phone lib.
or. ernences.   for
Alder, :ii"d Ave.,
MI-MO
Patronize a white
Thr.a--r.Him tint In Weatenliav.-r lllia-k. !i'< per
month: Hat In Clapp Building. 115; other Hat.
and houses furnished and unfurnished. Apply
Weatenhaver Bro... phone 100. 147-wl
Slx-roomcd BOOM to rent; m.alern convenience..   1)o away Wlth ���'B-      ,   ,
EraaerSt.. Apply Director. Cohen* I'-. lM-tf 1        laundry.   White labor only at
W'ant.al-Small huuae, furnished or partly furnished.   Sute term. U* Box It. Daily Neivsllf-tf |
Comm.aliou, house, corner iltli Ave. ami Thompson St., furnished or unfurm-hed.     Phone 28.1
j    or P.O. Box M*.
j Store* and office, for rent. Applv Dr. Mclntyre,
Third Ave. phone green .V.*. 125-tf
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
DING DONG RACE
UP TO RUPERT
New C.P.R. "Princess" Romped
into Port Ten Minutes Ahead
of the American City of Seattle.   Hot Race.
Spirited   rivalry  exists between
the coastwise steamers of similar
tonnage and power, and the latest
pair of live challengers are the
new C. P. R. S.S. Princess Mary
and the sturdy old City of Seattle
which has l.uvady had a mn or
two with the Princess Royal.
An exciting ding dong race
kept the two boats lively between
here and Seymour Narrows on the
way up CO Rupert. First the
"Princess' passed the "City" just
beyond the Narrows. Afterwards
the American steamer put it over
the Canadian for,a lap or two, but
the C. P. R- boys had BOmething
tucked away to spare as a little
surprise for their rivals, and piling
it on at the last moment nipped into
Prince Rupert ahead of the City
of Seattle.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Nrutl>-Furnlshnl Rooms;  nnUtmM Pltft
Apply Mrs. Mullln, over Hajtttte Theatre
lltMm
Phone 2*5 If ymi want to rent 11 huuae, furnlahed ;
,    or unfurnlehrtl, corner 6th A >e. nnd Thumpion
i    Street.   All modern eonvetiiencee.
Coay furnialt.sl r.*��nm.       Mr-     Ituwer,  Someriet j
Koome, Thinl Avenue,  bttwwn Seventh   nnd |
.       lu >-i�� 117-tf
Hi SAVOY HOTEL
rf^ii'^.a��"��a..i-^a,*^j,a-^...aafc...*^fca.^fc.,H^ii-���i lA
Help Wanted           j (
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Teorher wantr-l for the  Port  Simpaon   Public M*Sm^s^r^Smry^"
Scaled Trndrrt kMi-i-hm*. to the undersitrneil.
id endoned "Temler for Public Huildinir.  t'hll-
hwftCk. B.C.." will Wrecelvnl   ftt   t-   ��� mlicr   int il '
BfUpMB
School. Snlnry ItO per month. Apply to John
Peane, School Truatve, tUtinff attmlnmenii and
onrloM< ti~atlrn<>nlal��. I   :���!���-"
PRAISE FOR GOOD WORK
l.ai p.m. on Monday. July 24th, 1911. for the con
atruciton of a Public Ilutldmir. Chilliwark. B.C.
Plana. ���pacification and form uf ct>ntract can lie
���em and furma of trnder obtained at the ufllre of
Mr. Wm. Hendrraon. He��'dent Airhltect. Vic
toria B.C.. at the Pott Office. Chllllwack. B.C..
and at tht* Department.
Ptrtona   tendering   are   notlHH that    tend*
era will not be conatdeml unleaa made on the '
printed forms aupplled. and at iM-.fi with thrir
��� ��� , _. a-. aa     actual alvnature*. atattnit their t*ccupatloni and
ban   Francisco   rirm   Compu- puce* of mUmm    in the mw ..r Anu. Um
_���       a. a   a        .a   a actual alcnatur*. lhe nature of the occupation.
merits   the   Newt   Advertising   and place of residence of each member of the'
B      ��� .       ...     , ftrm mutt be 0vm.
btall on  ItS Work, Each tender muat be vcompanled by an *>������
i repted cheque un a chartrml bank, payable bo
the order of the Honourable the Minuter of Pul*-'
lie Work*, equal tu ten percent, of lhe amount ��� f i
Wantnl 2���� I-.-i). t. f.    Apply Pncille Coaat Con-
atructlon Company. Diirby Uland,        1.S3-1S6
Girl wanted. Immediately, f r light houacwork.
Apply Mm. IV Cohen, phot- H I'-'-tf
Minera 1-1.5*'. Mucker* SS.U*. wnnlH at Hidden
Crwk Copper Co,. Gooae Bay. TakeS.S. Vad*o
��r Venture. 14K*tf
Twoffood Juiner* wanted. Apply Pacific Con-
atructlon Company, Digby Nland.     14T-1SO
Porter Wanted     Apply T*U��-t Hooma, 2nd Ave.
144-tf
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Boarders Wanted       ���
..*.. ...aa .. a .. . 11 'a ,*
Praicr and Fifth St.
The only hotel in town
with hot and cold water In room,. Beit fur-
ni.h.al houu north of
Vancouver. Room, GOc
up. Phone 37. P.O.
Box 129.      ::       :
omme & Fiiher
��.,       *  i.       . ��� / .,       lie woraa. equal loian par cert. ..i inr amount ��l    j
The  following  letter,  from  the th*t*n.i*r which ..till-* forfeited if ih* ***r...n   '
ca ,       ,   r.        *-.      a r. e c l*nd*rir�� decline lo enter ml., a <*.-hlra.-t when   +���**--**-*-'*-""**-"���*-**'
���st.lll.lanl   (.as   l-.llginc   lo.,  ol   Nlll   railed ui-nnto do w.��t fa.lt.. r..ni|.lrtr ihe w..,k
contracled for.    If the^lender he nol accepte.!   A few  en.*,-  hom*llk"  room,  cheap  to Heady
roomer..   Kinu tieorirn Hotel. 2nd Avenue.
l.ll-l'ta
If your biisiin si needs .1 hard*to*
flllil -on  of employe, lh.' i|ii<-st   is
worth a little want advertising.
*.,*_, j    , a-nwaci**, lor.     11   ,ne i.r
rrancisro,  has  wen   received  l>\   th*choau*winh*r*tum*.i
h,       n �� , Th* Department >]<**# not bind ils*\( lo accept
cir agents,  the  Rupert   Marine tb* k>w���i or any tender.
Ironworks, and |vasse<l on to tin* * b.c'dkshochers.
News staff, who had armngctl the Department of public Wo,k��.
,      _. , , Ottawa. June �����. 1,11
adveriisement referred to: i   %���*��.,���*,. .,11 r...t i��- ������>..! i..nh.. ��.i.���*,....���
,,,,. , . m*nt If they inner! II without authority from
We were pleased to receive a the Department. < : . i
copy of the Prince Rupert Daily
News of June 30 containing the
advertisement of the Frisco Standard F-.iiginc. We wish to compliment you on the advertisement,
Land Registry Office
Re laOti 10. 64 and 171. Rani;.* 4,
Coaat lli.tn.-t
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j      Situations Wanted      ;
Pnltiaa Wanted in real estate office. Small *al-
ary and commiaaion. Fifteen year'* experience
travell'nir fur n Chicago wholcaalr grocery* *on��
cern. Brat of rrfrrrnc*1. Addrei* answer to
J. L.. Long. T2*'-r>th vtreet. Kdmonton. Alberta.
147-14H
Do You
NEED SOME SCRIBBLING PADS FOR
YOUR OFFICE USE?
Vu> have  a stock
in good bond paper
VERY CHEAP
THE DAILY NEWS
PHONE 98
BIG DEALS IN
REAL ESTATE
McCffery & Gibbons Sales Totalled Nearly $27,000 This
Week.
Skeona Land Diatrict���.DUtrlct ot (*������. .,
Taka notlw thut Aluudai MolatS , .T'
couver, B C. oci.-U|)alioii n,ui ,.iU, "' \"
Intend, to apply lor parmWoa to i,u���i,. *!*
lollowing deacribed laitda: PMMIH ib,
Comraenclnj at a po��t plantud m ci,a.���.
Irom the aouthw.-.i iorno, ol Lot B��,  , " "l",lh
chain, aouth, thonM 40 clmiiu. b^^ ',V ","* SS
chain, north, thence 41) chuiu. mu ,��� "?, *
DmmugSffi. mi!"1"11 a-U """ ""Stf
Pub.MW6 ALEXANDER MC|N1-Uia
Skeena Und DUlrlct-DUirict ol Cttlu
Take notico tbat I, Percy Fiueli iZ... l
ol Stow-^t, U. C, occupatiun |p3^��8��.
Commoncliui at a poat pUstad on tha mh,
bank o( tho Naaa river ubout auvui) ulia ,,
tho lorka ol the Naaa river, tliunco aoutli po cha?*,.
thenco woat oil chain,, tlionou nonh a, , ���:^
thonco oaat 811 chain, to poinl ul Manna,nvSi
containing lilu acre* mure ur luaa. '
PEKCV FRANCIS llillilMtn-li
PutM-ly'n.26'1"1' Kr,"kSid^ ��"-''"r
Skaana Land DUtrlct���DUlrict ul Cm,;,,
Tak.  notlc  thai  I,   julin   Cn��in  al ",,.���
Rup.rl B. C, occupation laborer, intend iu uel,
lor porinUalon to purchaae the lollowuii* d.*ac>b��l
Commencing at a poat piunted about n ...
mllea aouth ol tha lork, ol the Winn* and f\2
riveia,  thenco aouth M) chain,, iheuro ea.t m
cbaina, thenca north UU chuiu,, u... ...  ��,.,, .���
chain..
Datad AprU 18, 1911. JOHN IS'VI*,*
1Mb. May 13. FrancU S. PraUa, Aj��t
Skeana Land DUtrict���DUtrlct ol Cout
Taka  notica that  Hume Uabingtun ol |'nm
Ruport, B. C, occupation maator niarin.-r, m.ui.j,
to apply lor permiaaion  to leaa, tbu i   . ...,
doacribod lands: *
Commencing at a poat planlod about lull chuu
auuth ot the Indian Ruaorvu on tho ,-a.t ..;. u
Gooao Bay on the out aide ot thu IWnautu thunc
north liW chain, along shore to the R-Mt*fl lir��,
thonco weat 60 chaini mora or l.-aa to liou��. li-y
Ihvnce 100 chain, along shore, thencu u-ut au
chaina mora or le*. to poat, cuntaining da aena
more or loaa.
Datod March 8, 1911. HUME llAIUNUTUN
Pub. AprU 16.
Skeona Land DUlrict���DUtrlct ul Caaaiar
Tako   notice  that   I,   Charier   M.   Knuu*. o
Prince Kupert. B. C, occupation larmvr, inland
to apply (or permiaalon to purchaae the lolluBing
described landa:
Commencing at a post planted about .1) thra,
milea aoutb and (illtwu milea Best ul 11..:.:..,(
Whlta river and Flat river, Ibeoce aoulh bU cbaiu,
tiit-iioe weal HO cliaina, theoce north po chaina,
ihence east 80 chains.
Dated April20,1911.     CHARLES M. l.Ni.i >t;
Pub. May 13. Francis s. Preston, ',,.-.:
There is a good ileal of talk
about the dulness of the local
real estate market. McCaffrey oi
Gibbons are not feeling the effect
of dulness. During the past week
their sales have totalled nearly
127,000.   Here is the record:
Lots 5 and 6, Block 22. Section 1,
Jor Spokane parties to local investors for ��18,000. Lots now are
occupied by Continental Trusi
Co., and J. H. Rogers, and Cooperative Real  Kstatc Co.
Lots 5 and li, Block 2S, Section 1,
for Vancouver parties to local
investor for 18000.
Lot 1, Block 30, Scttion 1, to
local investor for *?H)00.
Modern house and lot on Duns-
muir street for 13000.
Lots 3 ar.d 4, Block 28, Section 8,
5tO local parties for $725.
Wh.rea, proof of loaa of Certificate
No. I.U.1M" loth* abn\* named property.
f T.tV
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as it is verv well gotten up. and We U "������ ���>"����� ot J1-* c*n_-M"*,i,,_,]-,flBr, -*u|p!j'"
,        ...  ,    . Company, Limited, ha* beaan UM In II.I. nfllr-*.
trust   It  will  bring you good  bllsi- nolle* Is hereby -rtvrn ihat I .hall ai th* cxplrn
^  * " Hon nf on* month fr
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For Sale
llrss.
WILL  BUILD   BIG   PIER
Great Northern Railway Announce Big Project at Vancouver.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, July 14.��� A big pier
on Burrard Inlet, to cost $450,000
and enable large ships to berth
dole t" the Great Northern freight
-Ind- was announced by the railway company today.
Pantorium Pionftr Clcanere. 'Phon�� 4
The Continental Trust Co., Ltd.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $500,000
OFFICERS:
WM. T. KERGIN. M D , President DAVID H. HAYS, 1st VicePres
M. J. HOBIN. 2nd VicePres. and Manager
JAY KUGLER, Secrelary-Treasurer C B  PETERSON, Ats'l.Manager
Executor and Administrator Receiver or Assignee Farm Lands an ' Mines
Real Estate and Insurance      Agent For Care of Real Estate      /-,.... Agents
Fiscal Agents Trustees Registrar and Transfer Agenl
Trustee Under Mortgage and Deeds of Trust
Safe Deposit Vault and Boxes Collections
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT, 4 per cent, on Deposits
We will he plea.nl to anawer iny Inquiries reirardln* investment. In Princ* Ruaerl
and  Northern  British Columbia.
The  Continental  Trust Company,   Limited,
Btt-OKI.   avis', . . .
i nis< t   nil tbi   a.r.
lion of on* month from the first publication here'
of Issue a duplicate of th* .aid Certillcat* ol
Title unle*. In the meantime valid objection t>e
made to m. In wrltlna.
Dated al tha Land Real.try Office* al I'rlnre
Rupert. B.C.. this *ilh day of June. IMI.
WM. E. BCRRITT.
District lleitl.trar of Titles
SHIPPING  NEWS
Dominion Gov't. Wireless Sy��-
rem Keeps Vessels in Touch
with News Office.
The weather is line and clear
ill Skidegate. EstCVtUl, Ikeda, Poinl Gray and Cape Laao.
It i** cloudy at Ikeda, Trinagle
and   TatOOSh   with   rough   seas  Bt
Traingli.
The following  veeaela are  re*
IH'tiid
Steamer Lillooet .*i Skidegate.
Steamer Tees eastbotind off Ikeda al 0.3(1.
Steamer Seattle Mam passed
in at Tatoosh 7 30 laat night, and
schooner Robert Hind at I. a.m.
Steamer Cowicfaan paased Cape
Lii/o on her w.i\ to Comox at 0.80
a.m.
At the Fountain
Ice Cream Cones 5c. Ice Cream
Sodas 10c, Sundaes 15c and 20c,
Ice Cream 25c pint. 50c quart.-
C. H. Orme, Pioneer Druiwist,
Phone 82.
Before l.iiyinr your Steva or Range see A. J.
lialla,..|. Mcllrid*nnd 1'iflh Ave. Cook stoves
from IU. 129-lm
Fir.t .-la*. ILaiminir Haiiu.. ten rooms, housekeeping and .Inaile. n.wlr furni.hed. Price
*:..'. For t**rm. applv owner on premises.
Dreael |{o.*ninir Houh*. ind Ave.        144-tf
But
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Business   Chances
..�����>-*+
Gonil mon^y In Mnvinit I'leturea,
Rarty t<> *tart BMT
utwrt     Write n
WaMtiwn. Wis,
R��rt> t..-tart movlnir i irture ihow In  Prince
;utM*rt    Write m<> f.-r iiartlcular*.
H. Davli.
137-wl
r
Fire Insurance ^
���^*t*^���^,>*a>ni^.ii*^ii^4i^ii^li*^i*^
Tilt' llrlttah Union nml National Fin* Inauranrr
Company of |^ind��n. Knffland, with eatiital
of |Un,Oa0.O0 B����USm rates. The Mack
Kealtv and Inauranco Oiinuanv. ?(>-tf
CRcal Estate j
i**%,.**fcw**-*a**-*aa.**Bae*aa'-^w**aw'*a*,**aa*--^*,a
You .an aav.* .".a- a day. We can aell you Rood
lot, for .'". n dny Phone 2H6 and let un Join
force..    II. F. M.-llneiCo. 150-162
Price of Local Stocks
(As reported by S. Harriaon & Co.)
BID    ASKE1J
Portland Canal     15-34       16
Stewart M. & D. Co  1.00
Red Cliff      1.15    1.16
Main K.-.-f  .20
Silver Cup 10
Leave your private card  when
wou make a call..-Every kind
of "correct" ulsftfng  card can
**   had al   the   Dally   Newt
O/Jice,    Telephone   No.    98.
��� Strawberries for a Quartet
You can  secure them  at the ���
Ladies'   Strawberry  Social  any I
time after 8 o'clock on Saturday
afternoon.     Ice cream. Tea and
cake will also be  served  by  the
ladies.    The  Methodist Church
at foot of Fulton on Second Ave.
The ladies will welcome  you at
any hour after 3 o'clock.
Sweder Bros.
li.-i: to nnnuunce that they
Inive litiuurlit out the inter-
���St ef Mr. Louis Rmlnick
held in the firm nf Kudnick
oi* Bwadsr. onston tailors,
etc, and hnpe to bo favored with the patro'iage of
former I'liRtotners.   :   :   :
...Helgerson Block
P�� rent  alter  July 31st, base
ment   in    Helgerson    Hloek   now
OCCUpled by Willinni ('.rant.   Apply
Oi M.  Helgerson, Ltd.
A BARGAIN
2 (*|pnrt*il and level lota, with houae, on
9th Ave, for nale br owner Is leav-
Iiir thc city.    Good  torma.
DRAGGED TO DEATH
CONTINUED FROM  PAGE 1
battle for life. After crashing
against some lumber on the false
work two-thirds of the way down
.ii his fall, he dropped into the sea.
Rising painfully to the surface,
though with fractured ribs and
thigh, he struggled to swim to the
nearest pile. He was held up by
his mates until a boat was hurried
round to him. All was done with
splendid speed though uiiavailingly
The men giving evidence are capable fellows, and clearly proved
themselves so for Dr. Kergin remarked on the speed with which
the hurt man was taken to the
hospital.
Doctor's Evidence
In his own evidence Dr. Kergin
described the injuries tO deceased,
and explained the measures taken
to preserve life. Deceased was
suffering from severe shock, and
though efforts were made with
warmth and restoratives to revive
him, he collapsed. The cause
of death was probably injury
to the large blood-vessels of the
lungs thought Dr. Kergin.
The jury consisted of Messrs.
H. S. Wallace, foreman, G. R. T.
Sawle, T. McClymont, Charles
Halsy, H. Helgerson, and J. A.
Smith. They considered the evidence for about an hour before
bringing in their verdict as given.
The funeral of deceased took place
today. Messrs. llayner Bros, had
charge of the arrangements.
WILL STAY WITH
THE C.P.R. CO.
Sir Wm. Whyte Again Deines
the Rumors That He Intends
to Retire from Work.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Montreal,   July    14. -That   he
would remain with the C. P. R.
for some time yet was the declaration made by Sir William
Whyte today when asked if there
was any truth in the revived
rumor that he would shortly retire. He said he did not intend
to retire.
STANDARD WIDTH
OF B. C. ROADS
JOHN DYBHAVN
P.O. Box 757 Pattullo Block ' Montreal
Robert Meighen Dead
Montreal, July 14.���(Special)���
Robert Meighen, President of the
1-akc of the Woods Milling Co.,
-.ind one of thc best known millers
on  the  continent,  passed  away
suddenly today at his residence in
Public Highways in Unorganised Districts Must be Made
66 Feet Wide.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Victoria, July 14.���Hon. Thos.
Taylor, Minister of Public Works,
announced this morning that the
standard width for all public highways in unorganised districts in
British Columbia and all main
trunk roads in the organised districts, is Vn be sixty-six feet. The
distance is to be taken, thirty-
three feet from either side of a
main straight: centre line along
the travelled road. An order to
this effect will be issued.
Skeena Land DUtrlct���DUlrict o Coin Rani. I
Take not ce thai Murdock Mcltac o( Vanroum
ll. C. occupation real uatalo brukvr, iolendi lo
apply for uurniUalon L* purchase in, lulluwina
described lands:
Commencing at ��� post planted on lh. -aiu.b
bank ol Eicbumalks river about live milt* [turn
its eonduone. with lh. Skeona river. Uivnca io
chains weat, Ibenc. io ch.ins nortb, these, til
cbaina west, thonc. IU chain, nonh, thence ID
ch.lna east, thenca 20 cbaina aoutb. thenc, til
chains east, Ibence 10 cbains south lo point ol
commencement, eontalnini 3-0 acre* more or ks,
Datvd AprU 21, IHU. Mt'KDOCK  *.'.,���:. li.
Pub. May it.
Skoena Land DUlrict���DUlrict ol.Coasl lUngs i
Tak, note, thai I, John Ivan Peter* ol Itim,
Rupert, 11. Oh occupat oo clerk. Intend to apply
(or permiaaion to purchase the (olloalnt dcacriM
ands:
Commencing at a post plantod about ��� i:- sa
one-half miles dUtsnt n a aoulh westerly d tact ofl
(rom a blind alough (rom Observatory Inlet -' -r.
the Mm, louche, tha Indian Kesvrve, Ihenc.
west tii cbains. Ihenco nonh 80 chains, tt..ne.
east 80 chain**, tbinc* aoulb bO chains to poitt s
commencement, containing 610 acros more or k*a
Dsted April 14, IHU. JOHN  IVAN  II 1: :..-
I'ub. May 13.
Coast Land District -District of Sk.-t-i.a
Take notice that I, Paul Brwxtler, of
Porcher Island, occupation farmer, intend to apply for permission to lease
the following foreshore: Conimvntiiig
at a post planted about 12 feet from the
location post of lot 1301 on Porcher Ii*
land, thence in a southerly direction
following high water mark I-'1" fsatj
tlience west to low water mark; thence
northerly following low water mark
1200 feet; thence east to point of commencement
PAUL BRENDLEK.
Dated March 7, 1911.
First insertion March 11
Skeena Land DUlriel���DUlrtet ol Coaat Rants
Tako nollco that lirac* McTavUh, ol Vsncoam.
11. C,., occupation married woman, intends lo s|W
lot permission lo purchs*. lb. (olloaing dest-ntM
Commencing .1 . poal planted at tbe souths-a*.
corner 100 cbaina east and 20 cbains n..r*.i. ol
the northeast corner ol Lot 1116, llarvey'a Sul.sy
Coast District, Hang. 6, tbenc* 40 chsin. rut
Uience 80 ch.ln. nonh, Ibence 40 chain, ant,
thenca 80 chain, aouth lo poat ol comniei.c. '.'������'
conUining 320 acros moro or laas. .   _..-...-.>
Dated May 2, lull. ORACE MeTAllMJ
Pub. May 6. Fred W. Uohler. Al.nl
Skoana Land DUtrict- DUtrict ol Caaaiu
Taka notio. that  1, Jama, Dunlop ol I nncs
Rupert,   U.  C,  occupation   teamster,  lnten-1 ���
apply (or parmtaaion to purchase the lo.wBir*|
described lands: ^
Commencing at a posl planted about t*o mil*.
aouth ol tbo (orka ol tho Whit, .nd Flsl mm.
thonce north 80 chaina, thence west t.0 cbsu*
thenco south 80 chslna, tbence east SO chain..
Datod April 18, mil. JAMES DLNWP
Pub. May 1J. FrancU S. I'nslon. Al"'
Skeena Und DUlrict -DUtrlct ot Cassiar
Taka nolle, lhat  1,  Mary  Carlo ol Sle.sri.
ll. C, occupation married woman, Inlend m slfif
lor permiaalon to purchsae the lollowlng d.acnt-M
land:
Commencing at a post plsnted tao ,.l nu����
���outh and (2) two mil*, wart ol the lorka .1 i��
Whit, .nd Flat rlwr.. Ibanc. to chsin. nortj.
th.no. 80 chain, wart, thane. 80 chains ..jit.'
thenoe 80 chains eaat. .���*-.
Dated April 20, IHU. MARY I ��Sf".
Pub. May 18. FrancU a Proston, Atttl
Skeona Und DUtrict���DUlrict ol Cos>t
Taka  nolice th.t  I,  William  Melville low
ot   Toronto,   Ontario,   oceupailon   clerk,   miea*
lo apply tor permUalon lo purchase the loUeaim
described lands: ,     .
Commencing al a post planted at lhe IW"
corner ol Ut 30o5 Rang 6, Coast District, ih'"��
tast 60 chaina, thence north 40 clisins, thence .<*>
10 chaina to Hall's Oal* alough, thenc* s.oni
alough southerly to poinl ol commencement, cos
laining 160 acre, mora or lea*.
Dated April 8, 11)11. ...,.. ,.,���., ,y
WILLIAM    MELVILLE tOI.LM
Pub. April 29.
Skeona Und DUtrict���DUtrict ol Coail M**
Tako nolice lhat I, Hone! B��|ML"J*2S
ver,  B.  C, occupadon  miner,  intend  to ��W
lor oonnlJon lo purchase the (ollowing doecntieo
Commencing at a port planted near Ih^W-jg*
weal cornw of Ut 9SI2, Range 6, 0��I*V2E
thence wart 40 chain., thonco southiM, f,n*J���0
thence eaat 40 chains, th.nce north 00 cnsins
To Mr. and Mrs. B. Cohen on
Friday, July 14th, a daughter.
Gone Back Home
Mrs. Van Dyke returned to
Seattle this morning after a few-
weeks' visit to friends here.
Look out for the special coronation films that will be shown at
the Phenix Theatre next Wednesday. Good vaudeville and
pictures tonight.
Vancouver, July 14.���(Special)���
Sir Edward Lewis, Premier of
Tasmania, is in the city here
spending a day. He will return
home tomorrow, after visiting the
Coronation.
Eotnt ol commencement,
l.led March 24, mil.
LIONEL KINliSI.EY
Pub. April 22.
8tlklne Und DUUIct-DUtrlct o( ''��*".,���,
Tak. notica lhat Christian A. XSSjuSuE
B. C. occooatlon customs officer, lute'"*' {"Ej
lor permUalon to purchaae the (ollowlnl Mtw
land: , h���.
Commencing at a poet planted ebout "J^,
uuarter. ol a mile north .art Irom Olacwf ����
and on tha east bank ol Stikine River and on."
���outh aid. ol tho mouth ol a llllle creek, l.�����
tut 40 chains, thence north 40 chains,, I Mj���
wort 40 chains, thence south 40 chslns �� l����
ol commencement and containing 100 scr"
Dated F.b. 10, mil. CHRISTIAN A. TEH���
Pub. April 7.
Skeena Und Dimrlct-DUlrlct ol Coasl Wgi
��� Tak. nolice th.t I. Uuchl.n John S*l��*,'h���*|n ���
Victor!.. II. c, oecuprtlon teacher. l'''r*���..J,
apply lor permission lo purchaw lhe IoIIobio,
d-acrlbed land,: .   . . ,���ul|i
Commencing at a post planted r.r. chain. ��    0
Irom the southeast corner ol Ut 30110, thence
���l.a.l.._ .s_      ai  _ .-     _a _,.._ _,      Ihi'fl  ���*    '
------     �������    wuiavn-oaa,    ' ,', liv,      ",             ��._--.
chains south, thence 40 chains weat, to���
it ol
-..���������>���     '-���..,. .1,     .in'Ml'l'       ,11     ,'ii.ni-      na.    . .    .    g|
chains north, thence 40 chain, oast lo I"'''.���;
commencement, containing 160 acros more oi^ i
LAUCIILAN  JOHN  SHANA1IA.
Dated April 17, llll.
Pub. May ��.
_ Skoen. Und DUtrlet-Dlstrlct ot ������'���[.,.���
Take nolle, th.t I. John L. Mitchell "',''!",���
Rupert. B. C, occupallon bookkeeper. If-jCJiis
���pply  ior  permMnn  to  purchMO  lhe  loll""'���
dewrlbed landa: , ... ���,.,
Commencing at a post planted about J ��> '  ,
the White and Flat rivers, thenee north 80 ch�����
thenco nart 80 chain,, tnence .outh  80 cnau.
thence west 80 chaina. _^,n*l 1,
D.t��l April 18, mi"      JOHN L. M TLllhU*
Pub. May IS FrancU S. Pr-K"1. M

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