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Array THE WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending6 a.m.,
Aug. 6
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VOL.11.  NO. 176
Prince Rupert, B.C., Saturday, August 5, 1911.
Price Five Cents
HON. L P.
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McBRIDE IS CONVINCED
THE LIBERALS WILL WIN
| This is the Interpretation Placed Upon the B.C. Premiers Refusal to Enter the Contest for Federal
Honors���Was to Have Opposed Hon.
Templeman at Victoria
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, Aug. 5.���The Liberal
������idi-rs  received  the  news  thai
llltm.   Richard  McBride  will not
llic a  candidate  for  the   Federal
louse, with a good deal of satis*
If act ion. They take it as an
limlic.iiion of Mr. McBride's belief
ltli.it there is no possible chance
Ifi.r the Opposition to defeat Sir
IWilfrid Laurier and thc Govern*
liiuiit mi the question of reciprocity.
To Oppose Templeman
It had Ik on understood thai if
|Mt. McBride would run, he was to
oppose Hon. William Templeman
for Victoria.   His announcement
that he will not enter the field
is regarded as a sure sign of a
Liberal victory.
Borden is Busy
Mr. Borden will not s|K-ak at
Toronto today as announced.   He
has decided to remain at Ottawa
and   make   preparations   for   the
speaking tour he has mapped out.
The gathering of Conservative
leaders will take place at Toronto
as arranged, but without Mr.
Borden.
ITO START NEW
MACHINE SHOP
|H. Love, Brother of Mr. E. Love,
Telephone and Light Manager, Brings in New Plant by
Princess Beatrice Today.
NEW OFFICIALS
OF BALL LEAGUE
Prince Rupert can pride her-
Isclf as ;i city upon a new engineer-
ling .mil machine shop. The plant
lli.in arrived by ilu* Princess Bea-
Iiricc. Tin* works will Ik* started
|h> Mr. H. Love, brother of Mr.
ll*.. Love, the telephone and light
|managcr.
Mr. II. Love is an cngiener
l..l experience. He got the early
I pan >.| his training with thc Robb
���Engineering Works of Amherst-
|N. S., and for the past two years
Ilu- has been foreman of the work-
|**ii��i*N of Messrs. Kllis Chambers,
land Bullock, Montreal. Hc i8
|i.'i present arranging with the
It'.rand Trunk Pacific Company
If'.r ii suitable site which lie will
ll'.'*.-upon the waterfront.   Mean-
[������viiili* In- will locate temporarily
"ii ii Hunt ;it Hays Creek Cove.
Ilu* plant represents an outlay
I'd over $1000 and the building
land   shops  when   completed   will
('.nn one of the most up to date
i�� Northern B. ('.   All classes of
work will In-handled.
lh.  Camosun got in last night
Usual  bringing  mail  and  pas-
Popular Men Elected Last Night
Three Umpires Chosen and
Official Scorers Appointed.
Permanent office licarers were
elected at 8 meeting of the Indoor Baseball Li.'guc li.-dirs last
night. George I). Tite was elected
president ar.d William Vickirs -. .--
rotary treasurer, An executive
committee was appointed oon-sist
ing of Rev. W. H. McLeod, Alderman George Kerr, and Aldirman
Clayton.
The commit tn ; rr; ��� gul to approach Missrs. J. J. Sloan, Nelson
Dunn and Mr. Evans to ask them
if they will consent to act as
official umpires. There is no doubt
as to their efficiency in this arduous
capaciiy ard iheir enthusiasm for
the game.
.As official scorers Messrs. Coffee
and Lewis were appointed, and
Mr. William Manson, Jr., will act
as official door keeper anil ticket
taker. The meeting was held in
the   new   police   court   room   by
courtesy of Chief Vickers.
FISHERIES OPEN
A NEW OFFICE
Mr. Stewart Norrie Has Opened
Quarters in P. O. Building
The Dominion Fisheries Department have opened a new office
ill this city in the Post Office
Building. The office is under the
supervision of the Fishery Inspector for the district and is in
charge of Mr. Stewart Norrie, who
will issue license and cheerfully
give all the Information he can to
those desiring it.
To See the Country
City  Solicitor   Peters  lift   by
the afternoon   train   for  Kitsutr.-
U.i In in on a short trip.
*fc*-*****s*a*..*.��.- ii s ii a '**-*-��s��*-**M-a-*-*as*>aat^a---*-^*l,
| BASEBALL SCORES {
a>.-^.-���.-..-~.-w.-w.^..^ .J.
Northwestern League
Vancouver, 5 Tacoma 3.
Spokane 2, Seattle 3.
Portland 4, Victoria ll.
Pacific Coast League
Vernon 0, Los Angeles 2.
Sacramento 5, Op.klai tl 2.
'Frisco 7, Portland 4.
American League
Philadelphia 5, 5; St. Louis 1, 2.
Cleveland 10, New York 5.
Boston 7, Detroit 3.
Washington l.ii- Chicago0,2,
National League
Pittsburg 5, New York 11.
No other games.
WILL PURCHASE
AN AMBULANCE
Hospital Board Instructs Committee to buy horse vehicle
for sum of $1000.
An ambulance to cost not more
than $1000 is to be purchased by
the Executive Committee of the
Hospital Board. The committee
carries instructions u> make the
l.i'st terms possible with onr or
other of the ambulance supply
linns, and the probability is that
ii horse drawn vehicle will be
supplied by the Ledoux Carriage
Company of Montreal. The ambulance will be similar to those
used in Montreal this type beign
considered most suitable by the
Hospital Board.
FIRE CHIEF CRITICISED
BY WATERWORKS STAFF
Annoyed at the Remarks of Chief Mclnnes About the Water Pressure���They Say the Water Pressure for Fire Purposes is
Always a Good One-���Ample Reserve Left for Fire
Fighting---Complain that Fire Bell is Not
Rung to Give Warning
To give the big party of excursionists aboard an opportunity
to sic Prime Rupert, the S.S.
Queln of the P. (". S.S. Co., will
call here southbound at five o'clock
this i'fti moon.
FINED HUNDRED DOLLARS
OVER POWDER EXPLOSION
Magistrate Carss Fined Contractor Angus Mclnnes for
Storing Powder in a Place That Was Not Fireproof���Warning to Contractors
exploded- aboul thne i|ii;.riir>a of
a box in all.
Marvellous  Luck
Had  the whole quantity exploded the devastation would have
been awful, and life would certainly
have been lost. Magistrate Carss
told Mr. Mclnnis tills morning
that this might easily have been
a case of manslaughter.
Contractors Warned
Special authority regarding the
disposition of explosives is now
\ -led in the Chief of Police, and
Chief Vickers has issued siringein
orders to contractors lo have
only the lawful amount of powder
stored anywhere. Some pretty
busy boys were engaged on the
gradps last night moving cases
of powder to comply with the
regulations. The Chief has given
the contractors till Monday to
attend to the matter.
1 ignat ion is vigorously aroused
I ni the city over the explosion on
|S|\'iitli street yesterday morning
���"'! ��� - a  result Angus Mclnnis,
I1"!; ractor for First avenue grading, in ar Seventh street, was fined
I J1*' maximum $100 and costs for
���"wing  kepi   powder  in  a  place
win,
chi
was   not   fireproof.     The
'  Was laid under Section f>7
tne city by-law governing the
;"""k of explosives.
How Powder was Left
"������"��� Mclnnis stated that  the
P��*ilcr   wits   partly   some   taken
1   boring  which   had  been
"��� and I hen drawn because
' "    'lot had been tampered with
nurtsis  the strike.    Caps or dc-
'      "-were mixed with it.  These
'''"-"l ihe explosion.   There WM
"ine   other   powder   there
n|���
ol.l
1111 ihree cases in all but two
" burned slowly. It was the
Powder with  the  caps  that
Those recent outbreaks of fire
in the heart of the congested
section of the city though promptly
extinguished, have set people asking anxiously about the city fire
protection system, and more |*.t-
ticulariy about the water supply
and pressure. On thc occasion
of the Fraser s.rcet fire the n port
published from ili^ Fire Chief
himself --i.ii.il that the water
pressure was bad, and that ihis
hindered his efforts to control
ilu- outbreak. The eilizus have
her-.*t] the same story in connection with many other lins in
the city, though at one of the
recent shack fires the Fire Chief
told of an abundant water pressure.
Lots of people knew that in this
particluar case they for saw the
"Red Devil" ChalTeur knocked
over by the jet from the hose as
he Mil around the burning building.
Water Officials' View
Frequent repetition of the low-
water pressure story at  fires has
put the dty water department
men on their mettle. They maintain most emphatically ihat there
has liren all the lime during this
dry spell a bead of water maintained for fire protect ion, equal
to the head in the rainiest wealher.
By the use of tin Hays Crick
pumped Wi>lir, lhc mountain dams
have been held at the wet Weather
level .til  summer, and  the water
officials working urilir lhe City
Engineer have Imm the full pressure of the first mountain dam
turned on at i very fire that has
occurred.
Special Man Employed
A few weeks ago on the request
of the City Engineer, a special
man was engaged to stay al the
fire hall aid lake control of the
Water gates in the mains from ihe
mountain dams. The instant an
alarm is rung in this officii.I is
on the spot  right beside lhc  fire
b 9 O O O $ ib tb ib $> -b >b ib
WONT PLEASE BERLIN
Gentle Hint is Given Ab
out the Forthcoming
Settlement.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Berlin, Aug. 5. The
prospect of a speedy set
tlement of the Moroccan
question between Germany and France is welcomed on every side, but
the terms of the agreement when they become
known will probably cause considerable dissatisfaction.
**<!**���*** * * * * -b * a e
hall on Fulton street to turn on
the full mountain pressure. This
is done in a moment, in fact,
tin* wiiter men maintain that long
In fore the fire brigade have reached
the scene of any of the recent
fires the full pressure has been
iivitiliil.il' at the hydrants, About
1-10,()()() gallons of water arc available for fire protection at any
Instant, and three times that if
nnd be, at call.
Hundred Pounds Pressure
One hundred pounds nozzle pressure is what the water officials
declare they have maintained consistently at fins. They can give
still more pr. ssurc, up i" about
ISO ll.s. but this only iis a hist
resort in a very serious business
section outbreak. The pressure
given is sufficient for all ordinary
fires as has been proved declare
the officials, by thc fact that the
fires wen* easily controlled. One
thing beyond the control of the
wilier officials affects the pressure
Thai is the length of the hose
I.in I mil. The longer the hose
the It >s is the r.OZZle pressure, and
if   the   hose  is  allowed   to  lie   in
curly curves or taken round many
corners tin pressure is still farther
affected.  The watermen maintain
thai it is up to the firemen and
the   Fire   Chief   lo   attend   littler
RETIREMENT ANNOUNCED
OF HON. L P. BRODEUR
Minister of Marine to Retire to Supreme Court���Hon.
Rudolphe Lemieux to be Next Minister of Marine
and Mr. H. S. Beland to Become
Postmaster-General
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawti, Aug. 5.���Hon. Mr. Bro-
deur, Minister of Marine and
Fisheries, who will nsign his portfolio and leave the Cabinet, before
the genreal election takes place.
He will be appointed to a judgeship of the Supreme Court. Hon.
Mr. Brodeur's health for sonu
lime has not been robust, and his
doctors have urged him to give
ttp the strenuous life of a Cabinet
Minister, He is not able to
contemplate the arduors of going
through i. political campaign, and
will take the present opportui ity
to retire from public life.
Cabinet Changes
Hon. Rodolphe Lemieux, the
Post Master General .will In trans-
ferred to the department of Marine
ar.d Fisheries, and Mr. H. S.
Beland, thc Liberal representative
for Beaucc, Quebec, will become
the Post Master General in succession to Mr. Limit ux.
The Board of Works hi Id a
private meeting in the City Hall
last night.
C.P.R. HAS FAITH
IN RECIPROCITY
Announce a Big Program of
Railroad Construction in the
West and South.
(Canadian I'ress Despatch!
Winnipeg,   Aug.   6,���The   faith
of the C. I'. R. in the reciprocity
agreement was evidenced today by
the announcement of tin company
plans for nine new lines in British
Columbia, through part of Alberta
and Saskatchewan and new bran
ehes from   the  Soo  Line  to   Big
Bend on tin* Missouri River.
BATTLING NELSON WON
Knocked Tom Gaffney of Spokane, Out in Fifth Round of
Bout.
MAJOR SNYDER
GOES SOUTH
After Eleven Yetrs in the Yukon, Officer of the R.N.W.M.
P. to Get Promotion.
CONTINUED ON  PAGE (i
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Metlford, On*., Aug. 5.���Tommy
Gaffney of Spokane, look the count
iit the close of the fifth round
last night of a scheduled ten round
bout with Battling Ntlsoi*.   Nelson
gave Gaffney a bad beating for
rounds of the fight.
Spokane, Aug. 5. (Special)���J.
A. Ilinnliird, a millionaire Itnnbir
man of St. Paul, Minn., died here
last night, lb* wits largely Interested in lumber areas on Vancouver Island, B. C.
Eleven    years   in    the Yukon.
Eleven years ..f a kind <>( lib* that
needs a str.u'g man to face. Eleven
winters in its blinding snows;
eleven yiars in the cause of humanity; in the cause of law ard
order. Major Snyder, of the Royal
Northwest Mounud Police, in
charge of the Whin horse station
during lhe period mentioned, went
south on the Princess May yet*
terday afternoon. He has finished
his term in ilu- Yukon and is now
going to a life with probably less
hardships than he has been up
against north of ihe (itlih parallel.
Hi Im's not I*.ft the service, but
he has been called out to receive
promotion. When he arrivis at
Vancouver he will receive his
inslructions where his niw Station
will be. Probably he will lie
attached to the Commissioners'
quarters at Regina, possibly he
will join the staff al Ottawa.
Like   i'll   the   numbers   of   the
R.N.W.M.P. In wihad little to say
aboul himself when approached
by the Ni ws yesterday.
All  of   the  tininuris.il j;  stores
are uratlvcrtiscd stores.
FOUR MEN HAD HARD STRUGGLE FOR LIFE
Harry Edenshaw and His Son, Matthew Youmans and Austin Brown Had Exciting
Experience in Gale off West Coa st of Graham Island
After fighting for life with a
Capsized row boat off the west
coast of Graham Island. Austin
Brown returned to the cily lasi
night from a land staking expedition, grateful after lhe narrow
escape from death. In lhe desperate adventure Harry Kdcnshaw
and his son, and Mallhiw Youmans of Masset shared.
The parly had risked the mountainous waves of the west cuast
in nn expedition on Kdcnshaw's
launch to slake some oil fields
for a syndicate of local business
men. After being in the woods
for five days they camped on
Frederick Island.    Before leaving
four more Claims on Big River.
When in a row boat four hundred yards from lhe shore they
saw <in immense wave coming to
them and curling over. When il
struck the boat it  threw the four
men clean out some distance away
in the water.   Then- was aboul
forty feel of water there, and
only Edenshaw could swim, while
all  were chid  in  gum   boots and
slickers.    Fortunately   ilu-  next
Wave threw the boat towards tliein,
and the nien clutched her, trying
by climbing on her to gel her
righted.
Six times the boat rolltd over
nnd over, and the men exhausted
they decided to go back and stake with the cold and their struggles
were about io give up the light
when EdcnshaW and Brown being
washed under the boat managed
lo clasp her, 'i:-<- al each side,
ke.ping   her   balanced    until   she
floated ashore.   I lad it rot been
that ihe tide was coming ii. tin y
would havi  l��en lost.
The men lost all iheir effects,
aid were much bruised wiih lit ing
knocked against the rocks on the
shun .  Their watches arc all siop-
M'd at the lime of thc accident at
ti n minutes io four.
< Kling to their exhausted slati
they decided to leave ihe hist
four claims for someone else in
find.
DOMINION GOVERNMENT TO
PREPARE THE VOTERS LISTS
Strategic  Move Made by the  Government    Will  Not
Accept Provincial Lists in Manitoba and British
Columbia Where Registrations Have Not
Been Made for a Year
Winnipeg, Aug. 6.���Thc LaurierIwill be provided for in the con��
Government secured a strategit stltuencios, and the fullest expire*
victory  over   the   Conservatives sion of the people of the districts
yesterday afternoon, by issuing
a proclamation calling for new
voters'lists in Winnipeg and Brandon, in the seven scats of British
Columbia ind In two seats In
Northern Ontario,
New Lists Wanted
The Provincial lists have always
been  acccplul   by  the   Dominion
Government in the Federal elections, except in cases where
registrations have nol been nnd.
within the previous year. Tl i*- is
Understood to have been lhc . ;se
in the districts mentioned.
The Fight Centre
obtained.
Sifton Goes Over
Mr. Clifford Sifton, former Minister of the Interior, and metnbir
f..r Brandon will render aid to
the Opposition in the present
campaign In the West, Both
sides have matle preparations f..r
a big campaign to open next week.
Togo  is Coming
Niw York, Aug. 5.- (Special)���
Admiral Togo led here late Inst
i iglit cr route lo Yaneouvir from
which place be will tall (or Japan
at ilu end oi the month.
The   real   fight   centres  of   ,le
coming campaign are expected lol    There will always be peace and
lie  in   Briiish   Columbia   anil  Inlcoptct imcr.t in your home il you
Brandon.     Willi   new   lists   pre-lgct your groceries and provisions
pared on the eve of the campaign Iat   ilu-   Ideal   Provision  House,
il is expected thai a strong votclThird avenue, phone 100.
\ THE DAILY NEWS
The Daily News
The Leading Newspaper and the Largest Circulation in Northern B. C.
Published by the Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
DAILY AND WEEKLY
SUBSCRIPTION RATES-Daily, 50c pur month, or $5.(XI per year, in advance.
WBBKLY, 12.00 per year. OUTBIDS CANADA��� Daily, StS.OO per year; Weekly,
$2.5U per year, strictly in advance.
TRANSIENT DISPLAY ADVERTISING-50 cents per inch. Contract rates
on application.
HEAD OFFICE
Daily News Building, Third Ave., Prince Rupert, B. C.    Telephone 98.
BRANCH OFFICES AND AGENCIES
Nkw York-National Newspaper Bureau, 219 East 2ord St, New Y'ork City.
Seattle   Puget Sound News Co.
LONDON, Englan-d -Tne Clougher Syndicate, Grand Trunk Building, Trafalgar
Square.
continuing to welcome the stranger and   to extend our markets.   A
nation cannot live to itself.
Bt cause British Columbia is the least developed of all the provinces
of Canada, she can hast of all afford to tolerate the fool .philosophy
of "Canada for the Canadians."
We have enormous lumber areas for which we desire markets.
Are we only to be permitted to sell to the local market?
We have fisheries at the doors of Prince Rupert big enough to feed
a continent. Are we to be permitted to sell our fish only to tin local
buyers in the city?
The reciprocity proposals will perform a great servici for ilu
peopli of Canada by removing the taxes from the food ilu) eat. But
they will perform an even greater service by opening up a markei
of ninety million people for mir timber, our fish, and our min. ral
wealth. Laurier and larger markets have brought prosperity to
Canada. Laurier .'.ml largi r markets will con tit ue to ensure a continued
prospt rity.
TOOK PICTURES
OF THE EAGLES
Mr. Harbeck Also Took Picture
of News Wedding Extra" to
Show Abroad.
Daily Edition.
Saturday, Aug. 5
CHING CHING BORDEN S CHINESE CRY
Our anti-reciprocity freaks Bhould go and learn something from
tlu stt '1-11111' of China.   They know belter now.
Five thousand yesrs ago, the Chinese were the leading people
of the world. They led in civilizi tion, in art. in laws, in ethics, and
in wealth. When our own ances ��� r- win* wild barbarians living in
caves, the Chinese were enjoying a high civilization. The reason
they lost their place in the conflict for supn macy was ..w ing to a wrong
economic theory.   They were believers in "protection."
The Chinese carried the priiiictii.ii theory to perfection. That
is why it killed them so effectually as a national power. They did
not Btop with a mere l.iriti wall. They luiilt an actual wall of s"li<!
masonry in order to keep trade out. They were gnat believers in
the idea of "China for the Chini s��."
Within iln- last ien years tluir eyes have been opened. They
have discarded thc old idea of "China for the Chinese." They ire
encouraging trade today. They realise that if they are to become
wealthy again ii can only be by selling their coal, iron, silks, camphor,
i. a, ginger and other products to those nations who need them.
The Continental Trust Co., Ltd.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $500,000
t
OFFICERS:
It A/   T. KERCIS, .11*0.. Fresidenl DAVID H. HAYS. Is! Vice-Pies.
M. J  NOBIS. 2nd lice-Pres. and Manager
JAY KUGLER. Secretary-Treasurer C. B. PETERSOS. Ass't -Manager
Executor and Administrator Receiver or Assignee Farm Lands and Mines
Real Estate and Insurance      Agenl For Care of Real Estate      Esctow Agents
Fiscal Agents Trustees Registrar and Transfer Agent
Trustee Lnder Mortgage and Deeds of Trust
Safe Deposit fault and Boxes Collections
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. 4 per cent, on Deposits
Wi* will bt pl-rasi-d to answer any Imjulnra rwartllnir Investments In l*t i M Kurert
and Northern  britiah Columbia.
The  Contu       '  Trust Company),   Limited,   EKa��oES!s.e.
Two young screaming eagles
at the back of the Exchange Grill
flapped their clipped wings and
hopped around in the sunshine
yesterday afternoon when Mr. W.
II Il.uluck, the moving picture
expert, who is lure from Seattle,
saw them. (Hit came his machine
and he tnok a few feet of film
showing the birds. Later he look
pictures of the city streets, etc,
This morning Mr. Harbeck wcnl
tn the Balmoral Cannery up the
Skeena River and look views of
how they can salmon as well as
how tin fish are caught. Before
he leaves for Seattle tomorrow
he claims he will have several
hundred feet of very interesting
film of this city and district,
One picture <>n the film will
-how the front page of the Dail>
News "Wedding Extra" which
was got out in honor of the marriage of Mr. Norman Mackintosh
of the editorial staff of the News.
WILL LEAD CAMPAIGN
But thc false, idea "i trade which the Chinese have thrown away
has not l��i n lost. It lias been pi< kul up by some "I ih. disconsolate
and haphazard politicians of Canada. Tiny polished it up t.< L'<>k
like new, and put it out iis their own idia. But the m-ly charge jilt is that they have made ii read "Canada for thi Canadians" instead
nf "China for the Chinese."   The theory i- thc sami,
Mr. Borden i*< among those who r.iistd tin cry. Little nun
among his desperate bunch of followers taki i; up occasionally. Not
that they are till fools.  Some >.f thi m may be knaves.
H
The fact is that when "Canada for the Canadians" was practisi >1
when Canada was exclusively held by the Canadian aborigines i;
wits not an important or di lirablt country at all. It was only when
the French and English settlers came that the country started io
become wealthy or desirable. Tin increasing wealth ai d strength ol
the Dominion comes directly aa a consequence of the wclcomit a.   I
settler-., and the extension of our market*..
It- future growth iu wealth aid strength depends entirely cm nur
/
AYE You Been Getting Poor on the Money
You Have "Saved" by Using Cheap
Printing?
The business man who tu-eks cheapness as the First consideration in buying his printing, never really pays much attention to
other elements in the transaction-except, perhaps, the matter of
getting it done Quickly.
The money SAVED by buying CHEAP printing is money on
which you have paid an absolutely ruinous premium!
It will make you poor if you persist in saving enough of it!
rem high class printing of all kinds see the "news job"
FOUR CRAZY MEN
In charge of Mounted Police
They Were Going Below Yesterday.
The nd coats ard big Stetson
hats of three Royal Northwest
Mounted Policemen Btood out in
sirikii'g contrast LO the rest of
the driss of the passengers on the
deck ol ihe Princess May yt Bterday
afternoon as she steamed in here
from the t orth shouthboui d. Thej
had come out from White Horse,
in the Yukon, with four insane men
who were iu safety  below decks,
consigned to the asylum in New
Westminster.
For row boats and launches
| telephone   320  green.     Davis'
Boat House.
Daily Seixs Building
PHONE '."���>
Third Avenue
To watch The News want ads
lis to refuse to Ik* "tied" to an
I unsatisfactory boarding place.
SIR WILFRID LAURIER
Now in his 70th year preparing to lead the progressive forces of
Canada to victory again.
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IRON  BEDS
They are disappearing at our Sale Prices,
member any size Iron lied from   -
Re; $3.50 up.
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CHILD'S  IRON  CRIBS
Child's Iron Crib, Regular Value ��10.00. Sale Price ., $7.00
Child's Iron Crib, drop sides, rep. value $11.00. Sale Price 9.00
Child's Iron Crib, drop sides, rcg. value $10.00. Sale Price 11.50
Child's Iron Crib, drop sides, reg. value $18.00. Sale Price 13.00
Mattress to fit cribs Sale Price from $2.00 up.
DOOR MATS AND MATTING
Coco Fibre Mats, Wire Door Mats, Rubber Mats, Coco Matting,
runner, 1 yard wide, 27 inches wide, Japanese Matting, all at. our
Special  Sale  Prices
Early English Den Furniture
Chairs in solid oak, leather seats, 2T> per cent, less from
regular values.
OFFICE DESKS
Roll Top, Flat Top, Standing Desk, Type Writer Desks with Disappearing Dust Proof Top at our special
25 per cent, off from regular values.
5  Piece  White Chamber Sets
At Sale Prices    $1.25
GO-CARTS
Folding Go-Carts. Sale   *0 CA
Price        -       -        -   1'0-"**'w
Wc have a few left.
Get in on these before all sold.
DRESSER  AND STANDS
Surfaced Oak Dresser and Stands.   Sale price  $14.50
Gold Fir Dresser and Stands.   Sale price  $13.50
Combination Dresser.   Sale price  $12.00
Larger size.    Sale price  $13.50
Chiffonniers, surfaced oak, five drawers,
with shaped mirror.   Sale price	
Quarter Cut Oak Dressers and Chiflfionniers. For the High Grade
Goods, we have what you need, at Sale Prices never before given
to our customers.
$15, $16 & $18
FOR THE BATH ROOM
Heavy Felt Bath Mats, regular value $4.00.   Special   $9.75
Sale Price    *
These are in three colors, Red and White, Green and White,
Blue and white washable and lasting colors.
Medicine or Shaving Cabinets
With Bevel Mirror.   Sale Price    -
$5.00
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receive the benefit of Sale Prices.
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ANNEX
Owned snd operated by the
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway on
In* American and European plan.
Exci'lli'titly furnished, with
i. lu-at, electric light, and all
mxli-rii conveniences, being abso-
lutt'ly tint-class in every respect.
Tin' ii|.|x>intineiita and service
ii ��� <i-uul to any hotel on thc
MSt
Riles: $1 lo $3.50 per day.
IC. A. Sweet, Manager.
S.S. COMPANY OF B.C., Ltd
I'I:.. new atet-l Passenger Steamer
Camosun"
leaves
rince Rupert every Sunday
|at 9 a.m. for Vancouver,
���arriving Monday afternoon.
lor Stewart City on arrival
from   Vancouver   Friday
I night.
lorthbound, leaves Vancouver Wednesdays at 9 p.m.
peerage Fare       -      $5.00
I "Camomn" is the only steame
'" the run having water-tight bulk-
In mU anil double bottom, thus en
a'irni(j nafety of passengers in case
nf eoUUon or wreck.
H. Rogers, Ticket Agent.
Georgetown
|Sawmill Co. Ud.
Lumber
and
Mouldings
A nrge stock of dry finish*
'/ lumber on hand. Boat
1 '"oi-r a specialty. Delivery
" ��W at short notice.
(|nr prices are as low as any.
''���'II on us before ordering.
OFFICE:
���Cor Centre St. and First Ave.
LAKELSE IS A
RICH COUNTRY
In Proof of It Mr. S. Corley
Shows a Crate of Luscious
Strawberries He Brought
Down.
LANO PURCHASE NOTICE
showed
ami bit;
The-
"It is absolutely impossible lo
estimate the ureal agricultural possibilities, the unexcelled qualities
of the fruit lands, and the Bevcral
great assets of the Lakelse Valley,'
says Mr. S. Corley who has
just returned from a week's visit
there, "Look at these strawberries," he said and he
a crate of them luscious
in the Royal Hotel window
se were grown up there. I brought
them back with me. There arc
plum, apple and all kinds of fruit
trees literally loaded down with
fruit in the valley, which is about
one hundred square miles in si/e.
Good Roads There
"li's going io be a great country," said Mr. Corley enthusiastically. "Already there are BOtnc
excellent roads constructed over
which it is possible to drive an
automobile. Seven miles out from
Copper City toward Lakelse Lake,
ihe Cioverimiiiil has completed
a good (���railed road and the remaining five miles will shortly
be completed.
"Another road running from
Copper City to Breckenridge's
Lauding fifteen miles long is Hearing completion. And tin. trails
through the country are good.
When thise roads are through they
will pass through a wionderfully
rich agricultural and fruit lull.
"Then there ar the Hot Springs,
which I understand are equal to
any in the country for niidieinal
purpose*.."
"What about fishing?" asked
die interviewer.
"('���realist trout fishing you could
find anywhire," was the answer.
"It wns the  first  time I
ever there, and I confess I
surprised  at  the   richness of
country."
bkeena Land District���DUtrlct ol Coast
Tako  notice that  I,  William  Melvillo Corley
I ol  Toronto,   Ontario,   occupation  clerk.   Intend
to apiily (or perniliuiion to purchase the (ollowlnii
deecribod lands:
Commencini m * post planted at tho northwest
i* irni'r ol Lot 3055 Hani 6, Coast District, thence
taat till chains, thonce north 40 chains, thonco west
10 chains to Hell's (im,, slou|h, tlience along
slough southerly to point ol commencement, containing 100 acres more or loss.
Dated April 0, 11111.
_    * WILLIAM    MELVILLE CORLEY
Fub. April 29.
Skoona Land District���District ol Coast Itange 5
Take notice thut 1, Churl,.* A. Vaughan ol
I'rince Hupert, II. C, occuputlon murchanl, intend
to apply lor pormltuion to purchaso the (ol'owlng
described lands:
Commencing at a pout plantod on the aouth
bank ol Exchumaiks River and about (uur mllea
(rum Ha coniluence wllh the Skeena River, thence
HO chains east, thonce 80 chains north, thenco U0
chains wost, thenco K0 chains soulh lo point ol
commencement, containing (ilu acres moro or leaa
Dated April 21, 1011 CHARLES A. VAUGHAN
Pub. April 29.
Skeena I-ond District���District ol Const Range V
Take notice that 1, George Kimo ol Towner,
North Dakota, II. S. A., larmer, Inlend to apply
lor permission to purchaae the following described
landa:
Commencing at a post planted at tho soulh-
woot corner ol Lot 2287, thonce east 80 chains,
thence south 40 chains, thonce wost 40 chains
thonco south 40 chains, thenco west In chaina,
thonco north 80 chains to point ot commencement
containing 480 acrea more or lens.
Dated July 15, I'Jll GEORGE KIME
Pub. July 25. Fred E. Cowell, Agont
Skeena Land Diatrict���District ol Const Range V
Take notico that I, I'eter 1-arsen o( Townor,
North Dakota, tl. S. A., farmer, intend to apply
tor permission to purchaao tho following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the south-
eaat corner of Lol 17211, thenco south 80 chains,
thenco weat 40 chains, thenco north 80 chains,
thenco east 40 chains to point of commencement.
Datod July 16, 1911. I'ETER LAKSKN
I'ub July 25, 1911. Fred E. Cowell, Agont
Skeena Land District���District of Coast Range V
Take notice that 1, John  Evonson of  I'rinco
Rupert, laborer. Intend to apply for perniliuiion
lo purchase the following doacribed lands:
Commendng at a post planted at the southeast corner of Lot 44l5, thonce north 80 chains'
thence east 60 chains,  thonco south 80 chains,
Ihence wost 60 chains to point of commencement.
Dated July 13, 1911. JOHN EVENSON
Pub. July 26. Fred !���:. Cowell, Agent
Skeena Land District���District of Coaat Range V
Take notice that I,  Peter Erlckson of Frinco
Rupert, laborer. Intend to apply for permission
to purcnaae lho following doacribed lands:
Commonclng at a post plantod on lho north
bank of Williams Creek where tho railway right-
of-way eroaaea and 3 chaina back from tha creek
bank, thence aoulh 30 chaina, thence east 40
chains, thenco north 30 chains, thenco west 40
chains to point of commencement.
Dated July 7, 1911. PETER ERICKSON
Fub. July 26. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
Skeena Und District -District of Coast Rango V
Take notica that I, Henjamln A. Fish ol Towner,
N. Ii.. occupation merchant, intend lo apply
fur permission to purchaao the following dtMCrllied
lands:
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was
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"OLD GLORY"
TAKEN DOWN
Citizens of London, Ont.. will
not Stand for Stars and Stripes for Street Decoration*.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London, Out., Aug. 4.���As a
result of protests from the Citizens.
all the American flags in the street
decorations for the Old I...*,*.'
Association have been taken down.
The |Hiles along the main streets
had been decorated with bunting
on top of each were four Cr.nadirji
and four American flags.
This is the second time lhe
American flag has lieen ha.ukd
down here. Tell years ago during
the Orange celebration the Standard was lorn down anil trampled
upon
A NEW WEEKLY
)ueen   Charlotte   Islander   to
Make   It*   Appearance  in
Week.
Soyal Hotel
c,r. third Avenue and Sixth St.
The Finest Rooms.
I Ii" l*est equipped
��ni| steam heated.
��"t and cold halhs.
"inlng mom and
'la.aurant      I       t
Corley & Burgess, Props
A new weekly newspaper ih u.
In- published In Charlotte City,
by Mr. J. M. Campbell, late <>f
the Mali of the Queen Charlotte
News.     It   will    be   railed    the
Queen Charlotte Islander,end will
be published every Monday*
The plant antl equipment for
Mr. Campbell's new paper is on
its way to Charlotte City in the
first   cargo   of   the   new   steamer
Prince John.
The first issue will be in a
week's time.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICES
Skeona Land district���DUtrict of Queen Churlotto
IiUndi
Take notice that Geo. tl. Luux of I'rlnce Itupert,
B. 0*| occupation barber, intendi*. to apply fur
purmiaaion to puichaae the following di--.cribml
landa:
Commencing at a poat planted abuut aovoii
miles weat and one mile south from ihu niuuth
of Stanly Creek, Nudun Harbor, thencu south -SO
ciiains, thenco west 40 chuins, thonce north SU
cliaina, thsnee east 40 chains.
Dated March 17, 1911. GEO. 11. LAUX
Pub. April 22. Numa Demurs, Agent
Skeena Lund District���District ot Coust Kuugu 0
Take notce that 1. Joe Jack of Prion It, pert,
H   On occupation carpenter, intend to apply for
fiirmirtjiun to purchase tho following described
unda:
Commencing at a poat planted about thieeund
one-halt mllea distant in a south wuaturl} directiuu
(rom a blind slough from Observatory Inlet whure
the same touches the Indian Heservu thsnOQ t-usi
80 chans, thonce *oith hi) chains, thenoe wutttttU
chains, thence aouth HO chains to poinl uf com**.
mencement, contuining ti lu acrus mure ur I.-.-.-,.
Dated April 14, lull. Jul. JACK
Pub. May 13.
Skeena Lund District���District of Coust ltunge ��>
Take notice that Lottie McTavish of Vancouver,
U. C, occupation married womun, Intends to
apply for permission to purchase ihu following
deacribed landa:
Commencing at a post planted at ihu northwest corner 100 chaiiu east and 20 cIiuIiih nurth
(rom the northeast corner ot Lot lllti, llurvey'a
Survey, Coast District.lUngu 6,thunce 2u chain*
south, thence HO cbaina east, thencu HO chaina
north, thence 40 chains west, thencu tio chuins
south, thence 40 chains west to post uf common-
cement, containing 400 acres more ur I. ������*.
Dated May 2, 1011. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
Pub. May 6. Fred W. Iiuhlur, Agont
S keena Land Dlstrlat-District of Cusalar
Take notioe that 1,  Perry Queenuti uf Prince
Hupert, 13. C, occupation prospector, intend lo
apply  (or  permission, to  purchase  thu fullowlng
described lands:
Commencing at u post planted In thu vicinity
of Goose Uay, about three-eights of u mile suuth
of tbe mouth ut the bonanva Creek, und being
on the easterly boundary of Timber Limit No.
36281 or No. U52HO, tlience aoulh 40 chuins along
the easterly limit of said Timber Limit No. :,.<2>\
or No. U&2H0 40 chains, thenoe tut to ibe shore ol
Goose Uay, a distance of 40 chain-, more or lesa,
thence northerly along the shore ot Goose Uay
40 cbains more or less, thence westerly 40 chains
more or less to point ut commencement, containing
100 acrea moie or leas.
Dated March 7, mil PLliltY QUKENAN
Pub. April 7.
Skoena Land Diatrict���District of Casaiur
Take notice that 1 Francis S. Preston of Prince
Hupert. U. C, occupation prospector, intend to
apply (or permiaaion  to purchase the (ollowing
described lands:
. Commencing at a poat piunted about three
miloa aouth and two milea went uf lhe forks ol
the While and Flat rivers, thence aoutb HO chains
thence east HO chains, tnence north HO chuins,
thunce west HO chains.
Dated April 20, 1011. FHANC1S S. PKKSToS
Pub A/ay 13
gkeena Land District���District of Coaat Range 6
Take notice that Kldon & Detwller o( Uerlin,
Ont.' occupation  doctor,  Intends to  apply   (or
permiasion  to  purcbaae  the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at tho south*
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
C ommenclng at a post planted on the oast i west corner ot Lot 102H, thence oust 30 chains
Inmndary ami about five chains from the aouth- j more or lesa, thenca south 46 chains more or less,
rut corner of I.ot 4484, thonce north HO chains, thonce woet 30 chaina more or leaa, thence north
ihenco east 30 chains, ihence south 60 chains, j *J6 chains mora or leaa to point of con.moncon.enl
thenco we��t 30 chains to point of commencement. 1 containing 140 acre* more or laaa.
DatedI June 24. 1911. BENJAMIN A. FISH ] 5253 March 31, l��ll    ELDON S. DETWILEH
Pub. July 25. Fred E. Cowoll, Agent   l��ub. AprU 16' John Campbell. Agent
Skeena Land District���District ot Coast Rango V
Take notice that I. Adolph 11. Chrlstianson of
Towner,   North   Dakota,   occupation   attorney-   ll-   C.,   occupation   carpenter,   inlend   to   apply
Hi-law. intend to apply tor permlsaion to purchase j (or permission to purchase tbe following deecribed
the following described lands:  '
Commencing at a poat planted about ono and
one-half miles (1 1-2) northeaat of the head of
Trout River on the wost side of Lakelse Lake,
and about 6 chains from the lake-front, thence
aouth HO ohains, thenco wost ho chains, thence
north 80 chaina, thenco east HO chains to point
o( commencement.
ADOLPH H. CHHISTIANSON     I
Dated June 30, 1911. Fred E. Cowell, Agent   skeena Land Disuict
Pub. July 85.
Skeena Land District���DUlrict o( Ci
Take notice that 1, Swan  Hallcn of Stewart,
I lands:
Commencing at a post planted about (6) miles
aouth and one( 1) mile west of the (orks ot the White
and Flat rivers, thence HO chains aouth, thence HO
chains cast, thence HO chains north, tbence HO
cbains weat.
Dated April IH, 1911. SWAN  IIALLEN
Pub. May 13. Francis S. Preaton, Agent
Skeena Und DUtrict���DUtrict of Coast Range V
Take   notice  that   1.   Paul   Hagen   of   Prince
Rupert, laborer, Intend to apply  for permiaalon
to purcnaae the following describee! landa:
Commencing at a post planteel on the north
bank of Wllltama Crwek about 60 chains southeast from K. It . thence south 40 chaina, ihence
east 40 chains, ihence north 40 chains, thence
west 40 chslns to point of commencement.
Dated July 7, 1911. PAH. HAGEN
Pub. July 26. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
Skaana Land DUtrict-DUtrict o( Coast Range 6
Taka nolice that I. Frank lilcka of Port Bt-
���Ington,  occupation  merchant,   Intend  to  apply
tor permUalon. o purchase the (ollowing described
Commencing at a post plsnlod on the south
bank o( the Eichumaika River and about (our
milaa from its confluence with the Skeena River,
thenoe 80 chslns wast, Ihence 80 chuins north,
thence HO chaina east, thonce aoutb 80 chains
to point of commencsmsnl, containing 640 acrea
mora or Iras
Dat-cd April 21. 1911. FRANK  MICKS
Pub. April 29.
-DUtrict of Queen Cbarlottt
lalanda
Tako notice that George W. Arnott of Prince
Rupert, li. C, occupation real uiuui broker,
intends to apply (or por.nlasion to purchase the
(ollowing dusenboj lands:
Commencing at a post planted about aovon
miloa and one-half milo wost an I one mile south
from the mouth of Sunly Crook, Nuden Harbor,
thenco weat HO chains, thonce south HO chains,
thonce eut Ho chsina, thenco north HO chains.
Dated March 17, 1911. GEO. W. ARNOTT
Pub. April 22. Numa Demors, Agont
Skeona Land District���DUtrict ot Cassiar
Tako notice that 1, Alice M. Knouae of Prince
Rupert, U. C, occuputlon married woman, intend
to apply tor permlasion to purchase the following
doscribod landa:
Commencing at a poat planted about two miloa
aouth and two mllea west of the forks of White
and Flat rivers, thance north HO chains, thence
eaat HO chaina, thence soulh -HO chains, thenco
west HO chains.
Dated April 20, 1911. ALICE M. KNOUSE
Pub. May 13. FrancU S. Preaton. Agent
Ths Hoard of. Railway Commisolonore, for
Canada mill hold a sitting at Prince Rupert,
n C . on or about the 19th day of August. 1911,
at tba hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon (or the
purpeme of hearing matters, applications, or
complainta filed with tho Hoard and served upon
the parties Interested In accordance with the
Rules and Retaliations of the Hoard.
By Order of the Hoard.
A. D. CARTWRIGHT,
Skeena Land Dutrict���DUtrlct of Coaat Range E>
Taka notice lhat I, Clara May Utile of I'rUce
Rupert. H. C, occupation spinster, intend to
apply for pTmiaalon to purchase the following
daacribed lands:
1 Commencing at a pnst plantod at tbo north
woat corner of Lot \ ������\->. Range 6, Coaat Diatrict
ihsnce aast 40 chains, thonce north 26 chains
tbence want 31 chain thence norlh 20 ehalna
thenca west 10 chains, thenco south 46 chaina to
point of commencement, containing 112 acres
more or leas.
Dated April 4, 1911. CLARA MAY LITTLE
Pub. April 16.
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict nt Cassiar
Take notioe that  1,  laaao O'Urtcn  Forbca ul
Prince Hup
Hoard or Railway
CommUsloners for Canada.
Datet! al Ottawa tIn* 26th Day of June, 1911
Srtretary
'rince Hupert, H. C. occupation carponler, intend
o apply for permlasion to purchaso the following
descrilied lands:
Commencing at a post planted aboul fiv milt-ae
aouth and one mile weat of tbe forks of thoWhite
aud Flat rivera, thonco north B0 chains, tbence
west HO chains, tbence south HO chains, (hence
east 80 chsins.
Dated April 18. 1911. ISAAC O'HHIEN Fo.UtES
Pub. May 13. FrancU S. Preston. Agenl
Skeona Und DUtrict-DUtrict ot Coast Range 6
Tako notico thai I, Hell Hall Kenncy of Yarmouth. Nova Scotia, occupation married we>man.
intend to apply fur permUalon to purchs->��� the
following described lands:
Commencing at a poat  plantad at north oast
corner of T. L Ut 8H;>'-*h, thonce running ��iat 10
chains,  thence north HO chslns, thonce east 40
chains, thenca aouth HO chsins to place of corn-
It) the County Court of Atlin, holdvn at   mencemeni  containing  ISO  acrea  more  or   leas.
I'rin.-..   Hinii.rt My t*0-* ** on eouth cast corner of land applied
I rince KUpcrt. tot  SU |sUetv g, E about ono mile welt of
#   as.     .-nm 1  1   & 1    t   i     M*** UUrlw, south mkIo ol skii'iiM titer District
In the matter of  the Official Atlmims-! flr Sm3 Range 6.
trator'n Act, and in the mutter of | M April K mi.    hell HALL KENXEY
the estate of John Flanagan, de-1 Pub* M" ����� John Havorty. Ag.nt
Notice.
ceaacd, intestate.
Take notice that by the order of his ���
Honor, Judge  Young, made  the  28th
day of July, A.I).. 1911, I was appoint-1
ed administrator of the estate of thc
Skeena Und DUlrict    ln-inrt of Coast
Take notice lhal William McTavUh of Vancouver, It   C. occupation physician, intenda to upply
for permlasion to purchsse the (ollowing di- tIh-iI
landa:
Commencing at a post planteel at the southwa
... ,   ,, corner, 40 chains north and 40 chains oaat of the
John rlanagan deceased, and alt parties   northeast corner of Ut  ll 16,  Harvey's Survey,
having claims  against the said estate I ft""* UUtrict, lungo 6. thenco 60 chuina eaat
. ��� "... . <    llia.l.ra.a      AO      kIiuI...       nnsl
are
proper
the   ~
Stikine Land District���Datnct of Cnsslar
Tuko notico that Sydney Hodgkinson of Tele-
fruph Creek, U. 0., occuputlon clerk, intonda tu
���il'p-.v   for  permission  to  purchase the  (ollowing
described land:
Commencing ut u post piunted about n cjuurtor
mile north oust from Glacier Hillle nnd ou thu east
bunk of Stlkino River, thencu eunt 20 ehuinu
thenco north 40 chains, thenco west 20 chains,
thence Bouth 40 chains to point of commencement
und containing HO ucrea more or less.
Datod Feb. 11, loll.
SYDNEY H0DGKINS0N
Pub. April C.A. Tervo, Agent
Skeona Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Cassiar
Take notice that I,  Mary Carin of Stewart,
H. 0,, occuputlon married woman, intend to apply
(or permiaaion to purchuas the (ollowing described
hind:
Commonclng ut a post piunted two (2) miloa
south and (2) two milos west of tbo forks o( tho
Whito and Flat rivers, tbence 80 chains north,
thonce HO chains west, thencu 80 cbains south
thonce HO chains cast.
Dated April 20, 1911. MARY CARIN
Pub. May 13. FrancU S. Preston, Agent
Skoona Land District -District of Casaiur
Taku notice that I, Alfred Kyle of Prince Rupert,   IL   C,   occupatiun   electrician,  intend   to
apply  fur  permission  to  purchaso the  following
described lands:
Commonclng at a post planted about (3) throe
mllea south of the (orks of tho White and Flat
rivers, thence 80 chains south, thonco 8-0 ohainr
east, thenoe 80 chains north, thenee 8t balus
weat.
Dated April 18, 1911. ALFRED KYTE
Pub. May 13. FrancU S. Proston, Agent
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Coaat Range 6
Take notice that Mrs. L. C. Putnam of St
Paul, Minn-tisotu, occupation married woman
intends to apply (or permission to purcbaae the
(ollowing described lands:
Commencing uu post piunted at tho southwost
corner of Ut No. 1733 marked Mrs. L. C. Putnam's
northeast corner, thonce west 40 chainB, thence
south HO chaina thonce cast 40 chuins, thence
north 80 chains to poat o( commencement, con
tainlng 320 acres more or lesa.
Dated March 20 1911. MRS. L. C. PUTNAM
Pub. April 15* Goo. R. Puinum  Agoo
Skeona Land DUtrlct���District of Cassiar
Take notico that I, Hrenton Jordoti Moore ol
Prince Rupert, U. C, occupation contructor, intend
to apply for permission to purchase the following
described landa:
Commencing at a post planted about (3) throe
inilii. south and (2) two miles west of the forks
of White and Flat rivers, thunce HU chuins south
thence HO chains wost, thence HO chain* north,
thence HO chains east.
HRENTON JORDON MOORE
Datod April 20, 1911. FrancU S. Preaton, Agent
Pub. May 13.
Skeena Und DUtrlct���DUtrict of ('oaat Range 5
Tako   notice   that   Stanley   Green   of    Prince
Rupert, H. C, occupation minor, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following -i-   --ri 1
land:
Commencing at a poat planted 40 chuins south
und 40 chains wust ot tho northwest corner of
Lot 1733, UkeUc Valley, District of Coust Huntce
6, thonco west 40 chuins, thenco aouth HO chains,
thunce eaat 40 chaina, thence north HO chaina to
point of commencement.
Staked June 30th, 1011 STANLEY GREEN
Pub. July 16. Locator
Skeana Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Casaiur
Toko   notico   that   I,   Thomas   Macgovern   <>f
Stewart, U. C.,'occupation niiner.inlend to apply
for permlasion lo purchaso the following doscribod
lands:
Commencing at a poat planted on tho right
bank of the Nans rivur about four mllos above the
(orks of tbo Naas river, thenco soulh HO chains,
thenca woat HO chains, thonce north HO chains,
thence cast HO chaina to point o( commencement,
containing 040 acros more or loaa.
THOMAS MACGOVERN
Daled March 25, 1911. Sidney Frank Wright. Agt
Pub. May 17.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol Casalar
Take notice lhat 1, Sydney Fiugoruld ol Stewart.
U. C, occupation cook, intend to apply for permission lo purchase lhe billowing .!<  ��� tip. *! lunds
Commencing at a post planted ubout five mile
aouth and one mile of tbe forks of White
and Flat rivers, thence south 80 chains, thenco
west 80 chains, thenco north HO chains, ihenco
oast 80 chains.
Dated April 18, 1911. SYDNEY FITZGERALD
Pub. Muy 13. Francis S. Pnviun, Agent
Skeena Und DUtrict -Diatrict of Coast Range
Taite notica that I, J. Harold McKeun of Princ
Ruport, H. C, occupat an blacksm lh, intend to
apply  for pormaaiun  to purchaso the  (ollowing
deacr bed Unds:
Commencing at a post planted about throe and
one-half miles d slant in a south westerly direction
(rom a blind slough from Observatory Inlet where
the same louches tho Ind an Reserve, thence wost
HO chains, ihence south 80 cha ns, thence east HO
chaina, thence north 80 chans lo po nt of com
menevmuni, containing 610 ucrea more or leas.
Dated Apr 114. 1911.       J. HAROLD McKEAN
Skeana Und DUtricl���DUtrict of Coast Itango 6
Taka notica that 1. Lionel Kingaley o( Vancouver, It. CL occupation minor, intund lo apply
(or pormiaslon to purchaao the following doacribed
lands:
Commencing al a post plante.1 ncir lhe southwest corner ol Ut 992, Uangu 5, 1 ��� 1 *t DUtrict
ihenco weet 40 chains, ihence soulb 60 chains,
thenoe oast 40 chaina, thunce norlh CO chains to
Eoint of commencement*
>at��d March 24, 1911.       LIONEL K1SGSLEY
Pub. April 22.
Skeana Und DUlrict���DUtrict of yueen Charlotte
lalanda
Taka notioa that J. H. Murphy.uf Vjncmvor,
it. C, occupation commercial traveller, intonda
to apply (or permission lo purchaae the (ulluwing
dweribed lands:
Commencing al a poal planted about seven
milre wool and ono mile routh Irom the mouth
o( Stanly Crook, Naden Harbor, thonce north HO
chaina, thonco waat 40 chaina, thuncw aouth 80
cbains, thencu out 40 0 Ins.
Dated March 17, 1911. J. II. MURPHY
Pub. April 22* Numa Dvmers, Agent
Skeena Und DUlrict DUtrict of queen Charlotte
Take notice lhal Frank U\ick uf Wuudaiock.
Ont., occupation bookkeeper, intends to apply
'or permiaaion to purchaso the following described
ends:
Commencing al a post plantod about seven ,
miloa weal ami two mUes aouih of the mouth of
Stanley Creek where ll empttre into Nadon
Harbor. Graham Island, thence -*) chains aoulh,
thonce hi) chsins eaat, tbence hu chains north,
thence 80 chains west to poinl ��� f commencement
and coniamr-g tito acrea more or Ires.
Dated Murch 17, 1911. FRANK LEVlCK I
Pub. April 7. Numa Demars, Agan
Ski- I..-* Land District- District of Coast
Take notico that I. Mra. John C.irloy  eif   Prince
Rupert. U.C., ������ccupatlnn married wnnan, Intend*
lo apply for permission to purchaao the fallowing
iN'-i 1 ti" -I Isnds:
Commencing nt n pout planted 4<> chaina eaat
imI i.'-i chains aouth from Iho tMiiithweat corner ��f
lol 1733, Coaat District, Hun go ft, ihence south Hi)
chains, taMl-M ensl 40 chnlns. thence north Hi
chains, thonco west-In chains more or lean to thc
point eif commencement, containing 320 acrea
more or leas.
MltS. JOHN   I  ���- CORLEY
I'a'.M .r    ���-.. 1911
Pub. Ai-.. 1. 1911
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211th day of August. A.D.. 1911, ihw M����. i.u.    m^g*%JtjaAym fcg&fcg'Sff.
���ill   n-natle*   i.���l..l,i..,l   ��n   tl,..   u,,i,l I'"l>* May 8. l-red W. Uohler, Aitetit ,.���,C
and  all  parties  indebted  to  thc  said
estate are required to pay thc amount
of their indebtedness to me forthwith.
Dated this 28th day of July, A.D.,
1911.
JOHN H. McMULLIN,
Official Administrator.
IN THE SUI'REME COURT OK BRITISH
COLUMBIA.
Have you learned thst "looping
boarders" is a liusini-ss matter���
and that it involves timely advertising in the clawlfled column*
of Tlu* News?
P8ERT YOUR LAND PURCHASE
NOTICES IN THE
NEWS
The Redley Home
Near Prince Kupert.
Will Re-open August 25th.
Girls from 6 to IH years
Boys from 8 to 14 years NMItM
Fee $10 per month
Applications  for  admission should
made as soon as possible to the
Superintendent.
Between John Young Rochester, plaintiff
and
Tom O. Sutton, defendant.
tlefnre hla Honor Judge Younii In chambers,
Friday the ��l> day of July. 1911.
l" i������ n tha application of the plafntifT, upon hearing renel the affidavit of Charles Vincent Bennett,
Bl-ed, and upon hearing what was alleged by C. V.
ennett, counsel for the plaintiff.
1,   It li ordered that aervlca upon the defendant
nf the writ of aummona and statementof claim In
I this action hy publishing this order,   te>gether
with the notice hereon enelorsed, once a week for
| four weeks, preceding the 1 at elay of September,
i 1911, in (he "Dally fe'aws," a newspaper published al I'rlnee Rupei     B C, bedoqtncel fWM and
i sufficient service of said writ and statement of
! claim.
, 2. And It Is further nrderee] that thc said defendant do enter an appenmnce te> the aald writ
I nf summons and (il" his -statement of defence in
the eiffice of this Court at I'rlnce Hupert, B.C., on
or before the Ifith elay of Hepeembcr, 1911.
I S. And It Is further ordered that the, oosta of
thia application be ce��ats In the cauae.
F. McB. YOUNG, I..J.S.C.
NOTICE.
i    Thlaactlan Is brtmght to recover $lW22.SO, the
i amount due on a promissory note made by the
I defendant, dated 2<ith Peremlirr, 190fi, lei the order of the plaintiff, payable 24 montha after elste
with Interest at fi per cent, per annum.
l'-��lnclpal        fflffAQ
Interest  847.80
Total
���1922.W1
Agent
Skeena Land  District     Putrid of Coast Kuril,.- 5
Take notice that  Henry Macartney ol  I'rince
Rupert, It. C-, occupation miner, Intends lo apply
for permission to purchsae the following described
CommencInK at a poat planted on the aouth
���Ida of Eichumaika River, about 2 1-2 miles from
lie confluence with the Skeena River .mil about
1-2 miles waat from tixchumslka rapl-da, thence 80
chains north, Ihonca 40 chslns east, thence 80
chains aoulh. thence 40 chains weat to point o
commencement, containing 820 acrea more or
laaa. Post marked "11.M. S.W. cor."
Dated April 22, 1911. HENRY MACARTNEY
Pub. Anril 29.
Skaana Land District���District o( Coaat Ranse -
Taka notice that Alexander Mcintosh ol Van
couver. B C. occupstlon reat estate broker
Intends to apply for permlasion to purchase tbe
followim tleecrlbed landa:
Commanclng at a post platted 40 chains south
from the aoutnwaat corner of lx>t !'-'���>, thence 80
chains south, thenca 40 chains weat, thence 80
chaina north, thanca 40 chains east to point of
commencement containing 820 acres more or less.
Dstetl April 17, 1911.
ALEXANDER McINTOSH
Pub. May 6
Skeena Land District���District of Casslar
Take notica that I. Thomas McMeekln nl
I'rince Rupert. B. C, occupation clerk, Intend to
apply for permiaalon to purchase the following
deacribed lamia:
Commanclng at a i>oat plant-ed about two miles
r. in Hi of lho forks of the White and Flat rivera,
thence north 80 chains, thence eaat 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thenco weat 80 chslns.
Dated April 18, 1911. THOMAS UtMSlKIN
Pub. Mav 13. Francis S. Preaton. Agent
.Skeens Und District    Dislrict of Casslar
Take notice that I, Charlea L. Delgrovo of Stew
���rt B. 0�� occupation prospector. Intend to apply
(or permiaelon to purchase the following ilf*.cril>od
lands:
Commencing at a post planted about six mllea ] ,,f rivi>r"in tinat nf ^nmmm,n?m,��.V,r��^M
south and nne mile wait nf the (orks of the White ]      *   .       ,/.��' lommuiicemrllt, Poll
and Flat rivera. thonco aouth 80 chains, Ihence 1 HUBlng 1"') ncri'H moro or H'HH.
east 80 chains, ihence north 80 chains, thenco weat | WM,   FRANCIS NlClloLSON,
District ul Queon Charlotte
George   MM   of   I'rlnce
��� ti butcher, intends to apply
_  aee the (ollowing described
Commencing  at  a   poat  planted   about   seven |
iii.U-s weat and two miles south "f the mouth of :
Stanley   Creek   whera   It  empties     into   Naden j
Harbor, (Iraham Island, thenco 80 chains aouth, '
thance 80 chaina weat, thsnee 80 chaina north,
thsnee 80 chana eaat to peiinl of commencement
and containing 640 acrea moro nrleaa.
Dated March 17, 1911        OBOROI KHIZZELL i
Pub. April 7. Numa Demera. Agent I
Coaat Range 6 Land Diatrict
Take  notioa  that  I,  John   Hepburn   of   Kit
aumkalum,   occupallon  farmer,  intend   to  apply
(or Permiaalon to purchaae the (ollowng described
lands:
Commencing at a poat planled at tha northeas
corner of Lot 8983, thence east 20 chains, thanes
south  40 chains,  thance west 20 chans,  thence
north 40 chains to plsco o- commnncemant
Dated March 18, 1911. JOHN  HEI'IHJKN
Pub April 16.
Skeena Land District.
District of Coast, Kange 5.
Take notice that Wm. Krnncis Nichol* '
son, of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
locomotive fireman, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the  following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on tin-
north bank of the Zim-o-got-itx river,
about two miles up stream In a westerly direction from the junction of the
little Zim-o-got-iU river and the main ;
Zim-o-got-itz river, and marked Wm.
Francis Nicholson's south-east corner,
thence north 40 chiiiim, thence west 40
phtini, thence south 11) ciiains more or
l-SII to shore line of river, thence enst
40 chains more or less along shore line
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rilllNF. 120 THE DAILY NEWS
1836 1911
The Bank of
British North America
75 Years In Business.
Capital and  Reserve Over $7,300,000
LAND  PURCHASE  NOTICE
Skeena Land Duet net     District of CsBsiar
Taka nolice that I, James  We baler Ksplin of
Stswart, li.C, occupation    auctiunaer, intond to
apply for permiasion to   purchase   the   following
deacribed lands:
Commencing at a poat planted on the right
hank o( the S'aaa river about nine miles above
tha forks of the Naas river, thencu south SU chsins,
thenoe west bO chains, thenca north -SO chains,
thance east 80 chains to point of commencement,
containing t; iu acres more or lesa.
JAMKS WEBSTER ESPL1N
Dated March 24, lid l. Prank Sidney Wright, Agt
Pub, May 17,
Business Men's Banking I *kvt UmI BEStaS^ *.. && Pw5
��*   I     1 aki* nutcu tt.-it Linfonl Seavell lit*ll ul l'ritici*
Money advanced to finance your
business.
Local and foreign Drafts bought
and sold.
Notes discounted. Collections
promptly made.
Letters of Credit, Money Orders
and Telegraph Transfers issued,
payable in all lhe leading Cities
of tbe world.
Prince lluperl Branch���
F. S. LONG. Manager.
-Church Services
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Services every Sunday in lhe
Empress Theatre, 11 a.m. and
7 :iti p.m.    Sunday* Schixil und
Hil.le Class at :'.;*0 p. in.
REV. K. W. KERR. M.A.. Pastor
THE   FIRST   BAPTIST   CHCRCH
pbaoh and sixth mm
Services  every Sunday at  II
a.m. and 7.30 p.m.     Sunday
School   2.30   p. m.       Baraca
Bible Class UO p.m.
KEV. W. H. McLEOD B.A D.D.    Pasto*
THE FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
itrffON < KNTRK IT. AM>2n<d AVE.
Services every Sunday at   11
a.m.   and 1290 p.m.    Sunday
School at 2.3-.J p.m.
REV. C. R. SING, B.D. Pa-sto*
SALVATION   ARMY CITADEL
TOP uF SIXTH   STHECT
Sunday Services 11
a. m., 3 p. m.. I p.m.
Sunday School 1.30 p.
m. Public Servicrs
Monday. Wwi nnvlay.
Thursday, Saturday at
!" p.m. Everybody welcome.
ENSIGN JOHNSTONE. Cuun ornctn
J
Real Estate..
OFFERINGS
Rupert, H. C.i occupation locomotive enginetT.
intftids to apply for permiasion to purcha.**** the
folleiwink* de-KTit>ed landa:
CoflUDsjndttl at a post plant-eel on the north
bank of thf /imogotits River about thnv '���>>
mih-a distant .upstream) in a weeterly dtnedoB
from thn junction of the Little Zimogotiu River
and the main UmOfOtUi River, thence mirth 4U
chin:.*-, thence west 40 chaina. thenc aouth 40
chair..-, tlu-nce **sst 40 chains to post of com-
iTHTuvnieni containing 160 acrea more or |ma.
Dated Jun.- 7, lull. LINFORD SEWALL BELL
I'ub. July S. Ceo. R. Putnam, Agent
Stikine Und Disuict���District of Caasiar
Take notice that Christian A. Tervo of Stikine,
H C, oec'-oation customs otbeer, Intends to appl>
for permiaaion to purchase tbe following deacribed
land-
Commencing it a post planted about three-
'luartera of a mile north aaat (rom Ulaciar Ritlle
and on the east hank of Stikine River and on tbe
aoulh aide of the mouth of a little creek, thenc* ;
tan  40 chains,  thence  nortb  40 chaina, thence,
: ���.*.������:  40 chaina. thence aouth 40 chains to point'
1 of com mencement and containing 160 acres more
I or less,
Dsted Feb. 10. 11*11.     CHRISTIAN A. TERVO
I Pub April 7.
BkttM Land District���District of Coast Range 5
:     Tske notice tbst I, l*auchlan John Shanahan uf
Victoria.   B.   C.,  occupation   teacher.   Intend  to'
apply for  permission  to purchase  the  following
! described lands:
Commencing at a poat planted 65 chains south
' from the southeast corner of Lot 3060, thence 40
! chains south, thence 40 chaina weat, thence 40
I chsins north, thence 40 chaina east to point of
commencement, conUining 160 acres more or lass.   '
LAL'CHLAN  JOHN  SHANAHAN , ,
Dated AprU 17, 1911.
- I'ub. May 6
Skeena Land District���Diatrict of Caasiar
|    Taka notice tbat I. John L. .Mitchell ol Prince
1 Rupert, B. C, occupation bookkeeper, Intend to
1 apply  for  permiaalon to  purchaae  tbe  following
described landi:
Commencing at a post planted about (5) five
mllea aouth and (I) one mile weat of the forka of
the White and Flat rivera, thenc* north >u chains
theoce east bO chaina, thence aouth 60 chains,
thence west 80 chains.
Dated April 18, 1911.        JOHN I.   MITCHELL
Pub. May 13 Francia S. Presten, Agent
Skeena Land Diatnct -District of Oottt Ranxe 5
Coast District
Take notioe lhat Wm. Lealie nf Sapperton. B.C.
occupation Government Guard, intenda t�� apply
for permission to purchase the futlowmit deacrith
ed lands;
Commencing at a poat planted *Y* chains wett
and lJti chains aouth uf the tuuthw-evt corner of lot
Nu 1711. ntitare 5 coast disirict.mark-r��d Wm.Leslie,
N.W.-ruiner. thence suuth 4" chaina thence eaat
M< cbaina, thence nurth 4<i chain*, thence weat *'
chains lu poat of commencement, containing BO
acre i mare or lesa.
WM. LESLIE
T. D. Laird. Agent
Date,] March ..Mh. 1911
Pub. Apnl 29th. 1911
Skaana Land District-District of Caaalar
Take eolioe that I, Alfred Berrymaa Williams
of Prion Rupert, B. C, occupation merchant
intend to apply for permiaaion lo purchaaa the
following dewcribed landi-
Commendng at a pott planted about (2, two
milaa aouth of tbe forka of tbe White and Flat
riven, tbence 60 chains south, tbence 60 ahaioa
aaat. tbence 00 chaiiu north, tbenee SO chains
TO PAY PEOPLE
FOR USING GAS
Fort  Burwell Company Beats
Tsimpsean   People   All   to
Pieces for Generosity to Consumers.
(Canadian Pass Dispatch)
Port Burwell, Aug. 3.���Rivalry
between the Dominion Natural
(ias Company ar.d tin. Medina
Natural Gas Company has resulted
in .i reported offer of one of the
companies to give gas users of
Vienna and Port Burwell not only
free gat, but also i' premium of
one cent pir thousand feet to all
those who will sign a contract for
one  year.
Since the war between the two
companies started the price of
gas has been cut in half, dropping
from twenty cents per thousand
feet n> ten cents. The latest offer
,o pay the citizens for using the
gas i- the result of one company's
offer to supply it free. Both
companies have franchises in Vien-
nd Port Burwell.
WATER CLAIMS FOUR
Young Montrealers Victims of
Drowning Accidents
(Canadian Pre*.*. Dispatch)
Monireal. Aug. 3.���At different
.inns throughout the day four
drowning accidents have occurred
the victims being under twenty
years of-age. Thi names and agea
iire: John MiiPliir.-on 19, Z.
l.i .hie g, Victor Ethier 8. another
unidentified.
Dalad April IS. 1911
Pub. Mat* IJ.
Liberal Retains Seat
London, Egn., Aug. 3.���(Special)���Middli-iun election yesterday Sir Waller Adkirs, Liberal,
polled ii$63 vote*, and Professo
altreo berrvman Williams | Hewlsn, Tariff Reforcmer Unionist polliil 0452.   No charge.
Krancla S Preston. Ag*r.t,
IN TWO YEARS
Skaana Land I llstrlet���Diati - al Caasiar
Tak* notica that I. Jobn Robert I'acvy ol l*rinea /.*,-��   TfinAiion
lluperl, II. ... occupallon cook. Inland lo apply f .1)   I        I   U Uf II If. U
lot oermasion lo purchaaa lb* loUo.Ing da��cnbad VJCI      lllIW/UUll
Commencing at a poat planted (31 two mllea
south and  Si two mil*. ��<-��� ol th* lorks ol tho
Whlta aad Flat rlvara, th*nc* s��*u<h Ml chaina ^L-^^^^_-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���
ih.r.ea aaat cu cl.aina, tune* north ��u chains. ������������
thanca aaat SO cha ns. . ,            .,, _         ,    _                 .     _,
listed Apr 120. inn   Jims- RnHKRT im iv Line will Reach Ottawa in That
Pub. Mai 13.                  F.SDC s S. Preston. At*n _,           _          ..                     ,
.   a *a^.      *.,        . ���      ���      . Time, Says Mr. Chamberhn
- i. ��� ��.s Land District - DUtrict 11 1 nasi Rang* *.
Taka not ca   that I, Martha   Lawk, ol   I M .<��������� ���������-
Rupert, II. C , occupat on marr *-d woman I..ten i
o apply (or perniioaioa lo purchase lb* following tlit.lW.l,   Allg.   3.���"TIlC   Grand
Lot 18, block 20, section 1, $fi3W��.
Lot on Third Avenue for *21w.
Lot tf, block I, section S, $1300.
Lots 25  anil 26,   block  1'.'.   suction 5,
$1500 pair.
Lots  41  and  45,   block   15,  section r*,
il-.ci pair.
Lots 24  ui.il  25,   block  T,   section   *>,
$950 each.   These lots are by far  the
beit buy in section <i. fsM
Lot tf, block l'.i. section li. $.<*5.    Cash       lTomm*iicini"al a post planlrd about three and   Trill'k    Pacific    lilll    might    to    lie I
$it25, balance   in   six equal payments  one-halt mil*. dl**.an.: tn a ���.-,. ��� ...^v dirxtloa
running three years. ^^'^^JTd^i^V. i^S  th���*       l\"*:l   '"   UV"   >'i;'rs-
rim* residential lul on  rourth Avenue so chains. in.nc* auk ... ��..., n>mcai ��**t s ��.u*l Mr. K. I. ( hrniln rlin  cererl
for $13011. ehalna, inane* north M chana la point ol com- ... .       '
Tie,. I...a ..n Amlin-i...  A v..     jiltf   ..nph   ' m*ncaa*ii*nl, cnr.la n r.| (III acraa mora or laa*.
IWOlotson Aml.rose A\e., MHO  eacn.   i,,*^ Aprl II. l-.-ll. MARTHA LEEK
Double corner on seventh   Avenue   lor   pub. Mav II.
$800 pair, easy terms.
.laserihad lands:
The Main Line of
the G.T.P.
Will Pass Through
Centre of
HOUSTON
TOWNSITE
Double corner on the I'laza for $550.
Good level  lot  in  section 8  for ?25n.
Terms $25 cash, balance $10 month.
���For Rent
5-room House with hath. ������?.'" month.
I ri.'.'ii Mouse with hath, $25 month.
Two .Stores on Third Ave.
���INSURANCE
1 Skarna Und District -Dwnci ol Coaal Rant*
j    Tain nollea that Mary llaaton UIMaraWra ol
Victoria. II. C occupatioa hauaak as im. Intends
lo apply lorprrmlasloa Is purchas* tba lolloaini
Commaeclni at a poM planted al lh* aouth*--*at
comer ol Lot MM. Rant* S. t oast Dunrkt.ih��nc*
tu ehalna *ou.h tbane* 10 rhaina Mat. ibonc* N
chains north, thenc* 10 chain* aaat lo poinl ol
umm*nc*m*nt. cotitaininc t.'il .cms mor* or mm*
MARY IIEATON lilLDEHSLKtVK
Dated April IT. I>ll.
Pub May*.
in.-n. gi r, who is in  town aftir a
tour of ins|H*cii..r ovir the li-1 in
tin wist.
"The work ares' i�� g. ttii g along
Skaana Land District-District ol Coa.1
McCaffery & Gibbons |sS??S^,S;rf��S,,'Ma,,or! wccoulddowi,h 3,00��
Princ* Ruperl - and - Haielton ^^^^ ��� , ^ ^���ul ��� ^ ,������,,.
_^___^^^^^_^^_^_^^^__^_^___  oast e-iraar ol    A. MeL��l s pra-a-apUon. lb-mo*
20 chains aoulh, liiohc* 10 chains aaat, lh*nos to
chatna north, Ibenoa lo ehaina ****��i to post ol
cumm-mosmanl oontainlna 2*. aer*. mora or laaa.
Dated April IU, 1*11. KillK.>111���.'II W. llijUUI.Il
| I'uh. Apnl 21. Fnd Hampton. Aiant
The contract has been let for clearing the right of way for the G.T.P.
line.
If you would make money invest in
HOUSTON lots.
HOUSTON is situated in the centre
of one of the must arable and productive farming countries along the main
lineof the GRAND TRUNKTACIFIC.
In the country around  HOUSTON
Mine of the richeit mines of the Province of British Columbia are located.
HOUSTON will be a distributing point
.-^p���pj,,,��� , for the great agricultural, commercial
I'll i tliilly.    he snd.    "I was om  and mining settlers thst will soon locate
to the  Rockies or a visit of in-  in th,?.B"1-'ley ,Val1"!?:-,lhe wealth and
possibilities  of    which    are   no   well
ipection, aad I found uu . mr-rked
progress was lieing made ;���: ev. iv
pat    f thc line. We are somewhat
troubled on this side by a scarcity
Application for Charter for a
Railroad
nun, but in the wist we have all
the laborers we u.-i t."
JAPANESE GIRLS
ISma Laivl Di.lti.t - Di.tr.it "I C.-a.l llanar ���'.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Tak* n.-tic* thai I*. ir> M  Mlllt ol I'rli.r* R,i.
VflTlfl.'   IH  lll.-til.-IIV  ntVCM  it..,,    P-rl. II C . ���*r.ip*ti..t, I ml l:n��in*��r. int*t��U W
Mil ll S l> IIMthlli  i.l\fc.> that   apptyrorpnatalga u. purchaa* th* i.-u..-*m��
]. a.llla-al tend* ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
.'.���mmtan. inn at a post plantad on lh* left bank
��� ��� ii !(���.. r *. n��rlh wt-at *-.rti-a*r of lol 4WS
il V . lh*r,r. ^a.t t�� rhaln. im*t* .*r I**. to west- .
*-!���   l��.indary ol timber limit *4a .ohl numb*.
limit Ma tow numb**      ^���'-H      ^^B^^^^^^HH ���
mil ti,,���r* n..rth*rly 1olP,��in�� aa.l wasterl.   gr.tllll.Hls   lhe   llrsin    for   reCCIVI
Remarkable Advance in Woman �� Life in the Orient
Among Japaneea high  m-IhhiI
_^^_mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^mmmm���-   'i"K
ia..,,.<lai) ���f <iml**r limit "i . ha.i.. m.ir*> or was r       s , ��� ��� i
..^. r.,rn*r..f said limber limit, thenc* llll lint   . "llll'.ll U ���!'   Is  strong  today,
a**l*rli -*����� rhaina more or leva i�� left hank ..f        . . *. i i
M.Nnl  lliarr. th..nre -nutherl* f-llvaln*   ���**���! Writ.-   a     | Ip.lllfsl*    UjIChlT.        I lie
left bank .,f MrN-ll Riv*r.vi rhaina mor* or leaa , .   ,        .      , . *
t.. :,...n. ..f r.^.oH-nrement, rontalnin* 100 arie. J.lp.lHI*M     girl    ill    tills    generation
mor* or l*-e*. i        i ,     i     i /
PERCY M   MILLER. ll-">  brt.'llllll   till-  HIT of  COmpilM-
Pat* June it. lii " ''*���"n*J,��� A-"n* ii\��  (rt i iloiii from her birth.   Old
Puh July 1... 1-'( 1 , , , ���   .
,   , ,,      ,,       , ���, dogmas .m��l precepts winch guv-
r.-*iar   Laad   DMrirt   Di.irict   ol  Skeena ' ' "
Taka aatis* Utu I. Lemuel rr**r of Vancours*. intul lhe bvts of her mot In r and
_   occupalii,-. broker, Inlend lo apply lor |.*rm!***i��*n
Kace  llivir" or "at  a  l.oint  mar  ths  "���,!"""��" i'*i<-iio*in��de.rii*adi_ian.ls: gr.'mlm.illii r   full   lilmll    her   ear
l i,it i    iniir.   ur   ui   u   I'i"...   inmi    iiti       i ���mmenrin�� at a post planled on Iho allot*    , '
junction   nl   the   HM   KlVSf   with   the   in > r,.,nl,-*ri> direetinn In.m Port Nrt-on Cannery Ilk.- f.'r-o|f llninillT--I'ol thre.'lteil-
PSSCS    Kiv.T,    below    Fort    Virmillion   msrkH l.. t: S. S. >'.*mer. thenre 20 chains ,
iiii ihe IVirr* River*   i In nn. ni.nhirlv  "'"'!   '*' ��� :". ""'''." ����*,oenre 20 chain, mg, |���n ���*.. sunii'thirg remote and
on  nu    *mm   in....    .... ni->   ni'ioi'i...    ���,,,,, ,��� rtinn ),���,   ihmr, .long the shore to *
to 1-ort Smith on lhe Miivi-Itiver:   rroin   point ..I cimmenewneni, mMSssI io MM mot* In tie   to   Ih-   rrg.'r.ltil.     Although
a  point   on   the  laid   rsllfOSd   it'i.r   l(S   ;""~,      ,�� .... i ---.i.i  ���.,....., ���    ��� . -i    i i
crokHing of Uie Wal.iski, River or the  j^i"",."'��� ",1 tfflgBmVtmtm " '" ,,,,""",n|y Miel that woman s
Loon River easterly to Kurt McMurray .iluration in Jj-pali has ailvanceil
on lhe Alliiibasi-a River;  llwnm eiisurly   Skj-erii UndDlstrlcl-DUlrtet of Coast lUnnt ,    ,   ,        * .��� ...      L
lilnnir  lhe   rleirwater   Riv.T  and   f'hur   '    Take nolire thai I. Ale,.n.|.rl lather, of Hear- Willi Wllt'lll Hi.    Tiiptl ItV Wltlllll ihf
u}��!)* y1}"  ' ie;lr-**"Vr  'Jiv.'^an.i      "���".   *,������,, Mantf.lia. .��*rupali..n   rarmr-r.  intend  lo til
apply for permission lo purchase the folk-win* |0St    tW.lliX-llVI-   VI ,'irs,    It    IS   also
in* at a post planted at the snulh IIIm'iI, tl'l (IIV    trill-    that    Woman's
of lot .1116.,, district of C-aat. Ran*. 5. , '
..Iiir.itlonal opportlitmus are not
application will be msds to the Pur-
liansnt of Canada at thi? pnsent   so>
sion thi*n*nf,  (ur un  Aft   lueofpOTStlag
a RaOway Compsny under the nsmi
��f "The I'ueitir. I'runs-1'an.ida und
Hudson Bsy Railway Company," with
powsr to lay "in. oonstniet und operate
u line ol railway from s point In ths
ProvlnOS   uf   Albertu.   at   or   near   tl,<-
t'ity of Edmonton, tbsnes nonhoriy
by ths moat feasible route to, at, or
near Athabasca Landing; thenee northwesterly nortlwast of tsaSSI r Sluv.*
Luke to Waliiskit or Loon River; thence
northerly to u point St or neur the
junction  of  the  Loon   Itiver  with  thi-
ile-crihe.1 lands:
I'-.mmenrli
weal corner c  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
s lual-*d almul 11-2 miles in a aoulh eaaterly di-
rertlon fr .io Ureckenridae liandin*. markH A.
chill  River through the  Province of
Saskatchewan l�� Fort Churchill or
Port Nelson on the Hudson Bsyi Prom
u point on suitl ruilroad neur Its .Tossing
of the Wuhiskii or Loon Itiver, westerly ^~^^^^^^^^^^^^���
in   I'oiino   lliver   rrmuitnir  nn   the   Pence   '������"""' ��"**��� rorner; thence eouth Wl chains,
to  I race   liner crossing on  wie  i care   lhmtm ntt m ctltlnti ihe*** north sn chains
River;   ihence  westerly on  the  north 'more or less to ...nth mm corner of lot nm,
side of ths river through Laurier Puss  thenrewe.t mchain, morror !<-,. to aouth west
lo    Vrinru    I'm,,"    or    I'nrlliiiid    C-inlll    �����ner of lot *W2.  Ihene* nnrlh !��' rhaina mot*
to   I mice  nupsn   or   i oriiiimi   > unai    r |#M ti) n|h mit rnnn of wwt4. -j*,,**.
on HM I act If 1 oust in Hntlsh I olumhia;    west lOrhnin. more orl-.. lo point of r.��nmrn<**-
W'ith   power   to   construct   and   Operate   ment. n.nlainln* .'.wi acre. more..rle...
urismph   snd   telephone   and   cuiil- *L���*t&a SQK%SSl
lines for general public purposes; to n��.e.liin*2nd. I��ll
curry on, construct, maintain and op- i'uii June2ith. mi
ersts boats und ferries for the purpusssI   .,      ......
���f  lli..  rnllwuv   inil  o.Kir  iinrto.is*    to      s*"*ns land Hiainet    I >i.. net..(I oart llarft I
oi tin  r.uiw.iy unu otr.ir i.urpo.i >.   io     Tlh# nulitr (hll Hmh (   A||on ^  m,
Bct|uir<* snd make iim of lands, water-  h,,,*,,, mapaiion ���un,, intends to apply tor
lots, WharVSSi   docks,   ilock-yurds,   slips, i j*ermlailon  to  purchas* lh*  l..llo��in��  dewrihed
wutphnnw-s,   elevators   und   olliir   con-      ,''"        ^       . . ....    a
v-���i,,������,,.     ���.���,    ������,,,    ,    ,,   .    , ; . omm.-iclnit al a po..  panl*d al   the  North-
veniimiin,    and   ��i It     .ower   lo   enter   ��,��, ^r^,  ,,�� chsin, .a.i*rl>  ilishtly nonh)
>nu> niKrien-ienls Willi other I ompanie*.     irom ih* norihe... rorner ol Ian  inn tllarrey
SMITH   &  JOHNSTON Surv.y, ('.-an Iii.tri.-t, liana* V. ����. s<. chains
Solieilnrs (or |K.. Ai.i.lioum.        **"��� '���-��>����� sn chslns south, Ihenee 10 rhaina
DatSd   a*   i)Vi,V,    il'     ?'''."   ,��"*.* .h-nre 40  ehalna north.  Ihenr.  1(1 rh.in.
June    a    tl   TBR*'*   *"   2'"l   ''"y   >'t    ""'���  'h-nce   tn  chsin.  noMh  i���  po��   ol  com-
'*"'  '"������   w*.  1��11. m-nt-rmenl rontainlnii IW arn-more or lesa.
Hated June It, UU. SMIAII  F.   ALTON
^^^^ ^^^ 1 r��b. July |��. rVad Bohte*. At*nl
��� Sheens land DMrlcl���DMlrtetal <1<
so griiii  an thorn* of men.    Hut,
-.!>- litis Harder, the lime is full
of ho|H* for women.
Advertise in
The Daily News
Gone to Winnipeg
Mrs.  B,  M. Cohan left yea*
terday on the S.S. Prince Rupert
for Winni|H g. where shr will spcml
. few monilis' holiday with rill
.lives.
Partners Leaving the City
Messrs.  I.  Dincior antl M. H.
Cohan     leave     ilu*    cily     today.
 Mr. Director gins up river as far
_ -��� tmue* ihat I, chai-iaa  H. Kneaaa a l,.���   i|���w.t , , ..
1-rliia.Kupart. II. C, oeaupallan larmar. Jnland |',s   HllXelloll,   tliell   from   there   tl)
known.
We have prepared an illustrated folder which we shall be pleasedto give
you. This folder explains the honest
facts of the district.
Ths price of HOUSTON lots is very
low in view of the assured great future
of the plsee. HOUSTON ia not a speculation-it sn investment thst should
sppeal to snyone wsnting to make
money honestly. Csll sniT see us or
write snd we will convince you of the
genuineness of our proposition.
Law Butler Co.
S.llmi   Agents  for Ihe Grand Trunk
Pacific Townaile of Houalon.
Prince Rupart, B.C.
P.O. Bet   1540. Phone 60
TaiT*
Prlne*
'"*!'(''>' i"t permiaalonTo pa nh aaa tha lollowlni 1 ,.. .     ^*I>I>_>I>>aaIaaIaaIaaIaaI.^^^^^^^^_
*jffii5Sr�� a Pom P....- .b��i �� thr- ' Wct*> "^ ��*** places on a fori
��&�����,. :nnd xe].i:^:^2r^,*%':'xsVi2:. ����ntw holiday.
ihT"*  *"'"*'   H0  'hslna. thene*  nonh   SO chaina, I ,,    s,.. . , ^^^^^^^^^^
i^r^T.'**' ""chain. I1" ��'->l.y to niiiiiitK,. ��� nr.w Hiore
���!!���;���* AprlUO. 1(11.      CIIAR1.KB M. KNOUHS   ,      , *     "   "cw   ""re |
I Pub. May It. Praawla B. l-raata*. As**i   lie tills then*.
Mr. t'ohrn gocsl
CONFESSES TO A
FOUL MURDER
Foreman of Section Crew Admits He Killed Archie Coble
and His Bride.
Royal Bank of C
anada
Head Okfice: MONTREAL.
Capitol, $6,200,000
Surplus, $7,200,000
Total Assets, $100,000,000
Established :
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Olympia, Wash., Aug. 2.--J. H.
Wilson, foreman of a section crew
at Rainier, confessed to Prosecuting
Attorney Wilson and Sheriff <"*as-
lun   that   he  killed  Archie  Coble *.��-
and   his   girl   bride  at   Rainier
on the night of July 10.    lie says,
lie went  to  the house and  killed
Col .li and then his wife, afterwards
assaulting her.
Savings Bank Department, $1 will open an wcount
Branches throughout Canada and Banking Connections with ���,!> .
United States. ' |,lir,s
Agents throughout the world.
H. P. WILSON. Manager. Prince Rt
i >'rt Bru,
MUSSALLEM & COMPANyI
 Good   Freah   Groceries  at   City Prices....  \
NEW ''TUNNEL"
POWER BOAT
We have Fresh Lettuce, Strawberries,
Cakes, Peaches, Plums,
Apricots, Tomatoes and Green Onions
Has Just Left Her Builders'
Hands in Rupert for Voyage
up the Skeena Where She will
Ferry Passengers. Clever Device.
)     To   Residents of Sections 5, 6,   7 and   8-We deliver promptly,
our goods are fresh, at pricea not to be beaten in the city  ��� !
���w   *"* MUSSALLEM & CO. ��**..-��������
On her way up the Skeena
River at present is thc new "tunnel" power boat Kit-ex-Chen ("Me
nel" power boat Kit-ex-Clieii
("Men of the Skeena") lx longing to
Mr. W. J. O'Neill and finished on
Sunday at H. Johnson's yard at
Cow Creek. The boat is a very
interesting one. She is the lirst
tunnel stirned boat built in this
city, and is so designed) as river
boat men know, in order that the
propellor may have morc water
about it when the boat is making
irips over shallows. She draws
only eight inches of water, yet by
the stern tunnel d. vice which
lifts shaft and propelhr up into
the body of the boat as it Were,
she can use a twenty-four inch
propellor. Her speed accordingly,
is ten milea per hour with ;\ 30
II. P. RalaCCO engine. The Kit-
i-x-Cheii is 34 feet long and can
carry 20 passengers. Her work
will be p.'ssengir ferrying between
the bridge and Hazelton on the
Skeena. On lur way up now sin
is carrying about 100 cases of
gasoline for consumption during
her work ihis fall.
WE   HAVE   A   COMPLETE   LINE   OF    BEERS    WINES   AND
-LIQUORS,   ALWAYS   IN   STOCK-
COMPLEXION  HINT
To Cure Blackheads   Need not
Give up Candy
For the blackheads, use hot
Witter and snap for snii'll ones.
You miglil try a lotion made with
1 drachm each of oxide of zinc
and carbonate of magnesia and 4
ounces of rose water. Shake well
before applying which may be
done several times a day.
Take more outdoor exercise ar.d
ireathc deeply; drink plenty of
water between ilitiils, but not at
them; don't eat rich pastries and
cakes or .much candy.  The candy
habit of some girls would ruin
the best complexion in the world.
You need not give up candy
altogether, a Mule at the end of a
meal is wholesome.
-HERE ARE THREE OP OUR SPECIAL LINES.
BlldweiSer Beer, We are sole agents for Northern B.C.
Double OO Whiskey
Guaranteed to be 12 years in the wood before being '"���:]! J
Sole agents for Northern B.C.
Victoria Phoenix Beer
Sk
Northern B.C. Liquor Company, [f^i
���i --i i 'i   -i H ii|n H
H
AYE You Been Getting Poor on the Money
You Have "Saved" by Using Cheap
Printing?
The business man who seeks cheapness as the First consideration in buying his printing, never really pays much attention to
other elements in the transaction-except, perhaps, the mutter of
gutting it done Quickly.
The money SAVED by buying CHEAP printing is money on
which you have paid an absolutely ruinous premium!
It will make you poor if you persist in saving enough of it!
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skeena Land District���District ol Caaaiar
Taka notica tbat 1, Janiea Millar Johnston of
Staaart, li. C, occupation storekeeper, intand lo
apply (or permiaaion lo purchase the (ollowing
deecribed landa;
Commencing al a poat planled about one mile
nonb (rom tbe Naas liver and aboul nine miles
above the forka ol the Naaa river, thence nortb 80
ehalna, thenca west SO chaina, Ihence south HO
chains, thance east SO chains lo point ol commencement, containing tilt) acre* more or loss.
JAMES MILLAR JOHNSTON
Dated March III, lull.  Prank Sidney Wilghl, Agt
i'ub. May 17
Skeana Land Dislrict - District ol Caaalar
Taka nolle, lhat 1, Percy Pranela Uodanratb
ol Stewart, II. C, occupation Journalist  Inland to
apply lor permlsaion  to  purchaaa th.  lulluwing
described landa:
C���niiii,*ncing st a post planted on lha right
bank of tbe Naaa river about seven milaa above
tb. (orka ol the Naaa river, thence south SO chaina,
thence weat SO chaina, thenca north 80 chains,
tin ne* east 80 chaina lo poinl of commenoavnent,
containing tittl acres mors or leas.
I'fcKCY FRANCIS GODENIIATH
Dated Marc tb, Mil. Frank Sidney Wright, Agt
Pub. May 17.
Skaana Land District���District ol Coaat Range V
Tako notice that I, J. Lome MacLaren of
Prince Kuiiert, B.C., occupallon real estate airent
Intends Ui apply for permission to pur.-hasc the
followinK described lands:
Commencing at a poat plantad I'i chains west
and st) chains south of the aouthweat corner of
lot 1733. vicinity of Lakelse Lake, and marked 1.
L. MacLaren's nortwest corner, thanca aaat Si)
chains, thence aouth all chains, thenca waat 81)
chains, Ihence north 40 chains to point of commencement, cuntalnlnK XiO acres more or leaa.
J. LORNE MacLAREN
Geo. II. Putnam, Agent
Date May 31, 11*11
Pub. June 18.1811
LAND  PURCHASK NOTICE
FASHION S FANCIES
Favorite  Little  Factors  Fresh
and Fair
On linens and chiffons, on embroideries and on point d'esprit
nets, there is a passion for worsted
Mowers.
Black satin, especially in tlu
wool-back styles, is much In favor
f, re. I '*���*-���
or CV('MU'g Bnd even lor attcrilOOII i thenca east 80 chains to point ol commencement.
 ' ing lilo scree mure or leas.	
wear.
Many women now have link
fringes of curls sewn in the tvps
so that their own locks may be
carefully hidden inside.
Most every smart gown boatSS
some touch of lace, either in ihe
wee huimpe or cliiemselte, or
somehow worked Into the surplice-
like bodices now so fashionable.
Young Couple Married
Anotlnr c | it ii 1  and pretty wedding   was   sole mn ized   Thursday
win n Miss Florence Watson was
married to Mr, John We bug. Rev.
\V. H. McLeod officiated lhe ceremony taking place in the Mclntyre
Hall where Mr. K. A. Woods
played ihe Wedding March. After
the Ceremony the young couple
gave a dance to a nunibii' of (lose
friends In the K. of P. Hall after
the rieipiion nt iIn- home of
|Captian Wi Isoii.
Skeana Land District���District ol Caasiar
Take noUoa that 1, Charles Frederick Metcal)
ot Stewart, 11. C., occupation freighter, Inland to
apply lor permiaaion to purchaaa tba lollowlng
deacribed landa:
Commanclng at a poat planted on the right
bank ol the Naaa river about six milea above lh.
[orka of tha Naaa river, thanca south 80 chatna,
thenee west 80 chaina, thenoa north  so chaina.
containing 640 .    ,^^_^^^_
Dated Marcb 26, 1011. CHARLES V. MKTCALF
Pub. May 17.      Frank Sidney Wright, Agant
Skeena Land District���Dislrict ol Caaalar
Tak. notioa that I,   Dartla  Edwin   Badger   ol
Stewart, B. C, occupation plumber, Intand  to
spply  for permission  to purchaae the  lollowing
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about one mile
north ol tba Naaa river and about seven miles
above tha (orks of tba Naaa River upstream,
thenoe north 80 chatna, thenoa east 80 chsina,
thence aouth 80 chains, thenoe wast 80 chaina to
point ol commoncment. containing 640 acraa
mora or laas.
DERT1E EDWIN DADGER
Dsted March 23. 1011. Frank Sidney Wright, Agt
Pub. May 17.
Skeena Land Dlitrict���District of Coast Rang.
Taka notico that Annie Mussallem ol Prince
Rupert, 11. C, occupation married woman, intends
to apply lor permission to purchase the following
descrilied lands:
Commencng at a poat planted at a poat at tha
southwest corner, 60 chains east Irom N. E. corner
ol Lot 1116, llarvey'a Survey, Coaat Diatrict,
Range 6, thence east 20 chains, thenoa nortb 40
chains, thenca weet 40 ehalns, thenoa aouth 20
chains, thenoa east 20 chains, ihenoa aouth 20
alialns to point ol commencement, containing 120
scree more or less.
Dated May 8, 1011. ANNIE MUSSAI.I.KM
Pub. May 13.
Skeena I .anil District District nl,Cuaal Range li
Take note tbat I, John Ivan Peters ol Princ.
Rupert, II. On occupat on clerk. Intend to apply
for permiasion to purchaae the following deecribed
and.:
Commencing at a post plsnted about three an
one-half mllea distant n a south westerly d reel on
Irom a blind slough from Observatory Inlet where
the same touehea tha Indian Reserve, thence
weet 80 chaina, thenca north 80 chaina, thenca
oast 80 chains, thence eoulh 80 chains to point o
commencement, containing 640 acres more or leas
Dated April 14,1011. JOHN IVAN PETERS
Pub. May 13.
 Land District���District of Cosst
Taka notioa that Hume 1iat,i:..-.or, of Iran
Rupert. B. C, occupsllon tr.satcr n ariner, Mmts
to apply (or permission to leas* lb. lefleiSI
daacribed landa:
Commencing al a poat planted alaiul 101 IMS
aouth of tba Indian Rasen* on the tart skis I
liooac llay on tha eaat side ol the !'.nlnstila xleses
norlh 100 chains along shor* lo ihs KessnaW
tbence weat 60 chains mora ur lea* te t..a��* Bu.
thenoa 100 chaina along shun-, OirtK* es* ��
chains more or less to post, cunt*.:." .* bit) sm
mora or laas. ..�����*
Dated March 8, H1L        HUME I IIUNCTO!*
Pub. AprU IS.
SkMna Und District���District ri ' ���"���'
Taka  notioa  that   I,  John   ln��in el IWJ
Rupart B. C, occupsllon labuivr. ISMM '"HW
(or t-armiaasoo to purchase th* luiioawi tmxtm
Commencini at a poet planted si-eel ��> ���"
mile, south of lb. forks ol the ftaJM st*l IJ
rivera, thenoa eouth SO chain., ti"'-�� m* m
chaina, thane, north 80 cbsins, xlitx.ee *m is
Dated'AprU IS, lull. lOfflj ' Nffl
Pub. May 13. Francis S. I'rwi**. *^
Skeona Und District-Dis. i.c "I .<["*.
Taka noUc. tbat I, WUliam J.*1... ' "">*,
Princa Rupart, B. C, oecui-stion ra**c*>**'.,"*"r
to apply for permtumn lo purchs*- to* I	
described landa: ...^
Commencing al a poal planled st lha m>*x>mm.
corner of Lot 3068, Rsnge 6, Coaal ll.al:.��.-��2
aouth IN chain*, thenoe east M <���' tm, """
north 20 chaina. thence weal 10 chains X* P~J
ol oommenooment, containing to .('**. B*n*'
DTtedAprllMSIl.   WILLIAM J.UIM"l��tft
Pub. April 20.
Skeena Und Dlalrfct-Dlsln-i ri ' umt
Take notioa that William I "'.:,
of Princa Rupart, B. C, occups' un ��jJJ
ntands to apply for permissiun lu I urt-ss��
following deeerlbad lands: , ���,i iwss
Commencing al s posl plsrled �����"*���*, 75
milaa aouth of the forks ol il.e .'��� �����*',,
rlvere, tbenc. eoulh 80 chains, tl.- ���**; ���
ehaina, lh.no. norlh 80 chains, i-ienc <�����
WILLIAM FREDERICK CAM KM**'
Dated April IK. mil.
Pub. May IS.
Francis '*. l-esxo*
\tt��
Skeana Und DUtrlct-Dtotrici d I "* *ffl
Take notice lhal Grace Mr I,
B. C., occupation married wuina-.. j-ciibs-l
lor permiaalon to purchase llic I'!���   ��� '�� ���"������
lands: ^atb��*
Commeneing at a poat plsnlel si ������������ ����  j
corner 100 chains eaat anil IC l sutnr
the northeaat corner of Lot 111��. "-> '      ,', esS
Coaat District, Range b, thence  ll      *    mmt,
Iheaee 80 chaina north, thence 10 'J"'"^,
thence 80 ehaina eouth to pint <'
conUining 320 acres more or Im" ...tivISU
DaUdMsy S. ISII. JIM *-,����, Aiflt
Pub. Msy S. r mi n
Sk-wna Und District���Hi��'';'"   '   ^%Xtes
Take nutiee that I, James l> ��� ��� '    |rtj is
Rupert,  B.  C, occupstlon les" ���   |, ;k,*n-f
apply lor permlasion lo purchs*- ���
described landa:                           , ,t(t tnUrt
Commencing at a post plsnte.1 *��������� .... rl,a-n.
Muth of the forka of the Whit" ,u ctlira,
thenc. north  80 chains, Ihenc. Wi
thence south SO chslns, thence N ,,isUir
Dated April 18, 1011.      .       *n  "' ,���, At*��<
Puh. May IS.                  Francis - I
Cast Land District   Wstrl <fecnl
Take notice that I, Paul ���%""?'fr
Porcher Island, occupnt""'. f��"J"fam
tend to apply for p*��-rmi--.���-" * inj,
the following foreshore: ������'!" ,*,e
at a post planted about r- I-**' ',. r |,.
location post of lot 1301 '"',* "r. ,,tic��.
land, thence In a lemtherly STu^
following high water mark i- ||t,nrt
thence west to low water mars. ^
northerly following low ��������"��� . m.
1200 feet; thence eaBt to point o>
mencement. BRBNDI.B��-
Dated March 7, 1911.
First insertion Msrch 11
_��_.___-_ THE DAILY NEWS
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General Merchandise
Largest Stock]
Lowest Prices  in Northern  B. C.
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V.  K. (i. liAMIU.E
Samuel Harrison & Co.
i       Real Estate and Stock Brokers
APPROVED AGREEMENTS  FOR SALE PURCHASED
and - Stewart
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DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY  TO  THE INTERESTS  OK  WOMEN     I
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This is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by tbe editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Cerner" will fill a Bocial need.
MODISH EVENING GOWN
EMBROIDERED LINEN
For most delicious Bread,
Dainty Biscuits, Etc, use
Robin Hood Flour
Your Dealer Has ll
Oyster white lace was used for
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FRED. STORkI
- General Hardware
Builders' Hardware
Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves
Granltewarn      Tinware
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TEMS  OF
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SECOND - AVENUE ��,
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W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second aveiue and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
One of the beautiful embroidered
rolies one may purchase for a very
mod.rate sum of money. If.
however, one prefers flounce embroidery and insertion, this is a
splendid model to follow. Embroidered medallions and insertion
skirt of a charming evening I could be used for tyodicc decoration
X
(savoy hotel
Freiwr and Fifth Si.
Thr e>n1y hntrl in Inwn
with hot and roltl wnt-
��� i In rueima.   Be ��t fur-
��� "i.i-l houao north nf
Van��>uvrr. R-rmma ftn-c
���p. Phono 37. P.O.
H��\ 129. :
Pfudhomme & Fithor
Ladies' and Children's
WHITEWEAR
���special lines Just received
NEW DRESSES
FOR   PARTIES
Everything tor Ladles G Children
"The Ladies' Store'
MRS. S. FRIZZELL
>xtli Street       Phone Black 184
Fur and Skins
Tanned, Mounted and
Lined for Matts or Rugs
EXPERT WORKMEN     CHARGES REASONABLE
WORK GUARANTEED
Vancouver Fur Dressing Company
1843 Granville St.        Van., B.C.
New
Knox
Hotel
BESNER &  BESNER,   Proprietors
The New Knox Hotel Is run on the European
plan. First-class service. All the Latest Motlcrn
lmprovemenu. ���:���:��� BEDS toe UI
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
BIRK'S SERVICE HAS
Accommodation For All.
Carrying the most complete stock of ECCLESIASTICAL GOODS
to be found in the west, we are in a position to furnish any-
church in the province with it's needs. A glance at the illustrations on page 116 of our 1911 catalogue will furnish all the information required in sending us an order for this line of goods. Any
church requiring altar furnishings, hymn boards or communion
services can secure real values and quality from oiu well chosen
stock.    Write for catalogue.
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
Jewellers and Silversmiths
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MUNRO  &  LA1LEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:- AUDI10RS
I.aw-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
Prince Runert P.O. Box 351
U.FRKO CARSS,        C. V. BENNETT, B.A.
of British Columbia of B.C*.. Ontario, Sae-
anil Manitoba Bars. katchewan  and Al
lierta Bnrs.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Odlce-Exchanire block, corner Third avenue and
Sixth street. Prince I:in,, tt.
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., I). D.S.
Dentist.
Crown und Bridge Work a Specialty.
All denial operations skilfully treated. Gas and
local nnasthelic* administered for the painless extraction of teeth. Consultation free. Olllces:
Ilelucrson Block. I'rlnce Runert. il-12
Alcx.M.Manaon ll.A..    W.E. Wllllama.lt.A.. L.L.D
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
l>. o. BOX 2.1
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
PUPIL Of WM. I'OXON. KSO.. A.r.a.m..'ion., enq
VANCOUVER
BRITISH COLUMBIA
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GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE   AGENCY
COLLECTIONS ANO REPORTS
Third Avenue also Water Street,
rRINCE RUPERT
&!$j:��8.$��&^^
gown worn at a fashionable seashore hotel by a well-known Quaker City matror. Over the lr.ee
skirt \\i's ;i tunic of black and
while siripeil 11 ilTon voile edged
with a band of plcin vlole t silk,
which in turn was bordered with
a band of jet cmbroidi ry. The
bodice was attractively put together with seme materials in
surplice fashion, a rosiiie of narrow lace hiding the meeting of
surplice pieces ill waist line. The
sleeves were made from one deip
flounce of lace.
"The Crowning ('.lory of our
Faith, or The Saviourhood of
Christ," will lie Rev. Warren H,
McLcod's subject at the Baptist
Church tomorrow evening. Service commences at 7.30 p.m. Regular morning service nt ll a.m.
Bible School ard Brotherhood Bar*
aca Class ;". 2.80 p.m. You are
COrdlr.lly invited to intend these
services, in Mclntyre Hall. Music
conducted liy Mr. John E. Davey.
and ii double flounce of embroidery
trim skirt as shown.
Al d a propos of flounce embroidery, the shops arc offering
wonderful bargains just now. "A
word lo the wise is sufficient."
Jimmy Gabby, the coming welterweight, is 22 years old today,
and has more thai) a hundred
battles io his credit;
Creamery Butter
that iB Positively Pure.
SANITARY
Hams and Bacon
The Cudaby Brand.
FRESH
Fruit & Vegetables
Just in from the South.
Ideal Provision House
Third Ave., near 6th St.
I'hone 100
MISS GRANT
Public Stenographer
Stenography and Typewriting promptly
attended to.
OFFICE���CONTINENTAL TRUST CO.
Phone 818.
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables Second Ave.
Fruit   :   Produce   :   Feed
WHOLESALE
H. H. Morton   -   3rd Ave.
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIBT
Phone No. 200 P. O. Box 580
PRINCE RUPERT. B.C.
F. W. HART
UNDERTAKER * EMI1AI.MER
HTOCK 1'IIMH.KTK r.tONK 62
According lo Alfred Shnibb, the
British long distance runner, who
is touring in England this summer,
the professional Marathon game
is deader than the proverbial
door-nail In this counrty.
Si   te   s))
By defcatlrg the Prince Allien
Thistles by a Bcore of four goals
to one, Saskatoon made certain
of the championship of this division in the Saskatchewan Provincial Football league, the home
players have not dropped a point
an ar.y >.t iluir games and will
now have to play ..IT against tht
winners of the other divisions for
the Provincial shield, cmblamatic
of the championship of the province
Swimming experts expect to sic
most of Champion Daniels' open
Water records inproved upon before ilu close of ihe presint season.
The retirement of Daniels from
compel it ion leaves the fulil open
to a number of speedy Ashmen,
and Frizell and Rcilly are both
credited with sufficient speed to
lower every standing mark. If
favorable conditions prevail during
the coming title rncis, there may
bean entire new set of records by
October.
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According to remit advices Champion Ad Wolg&at and his manager, Tom Jones, will split after
the next contest, that Joins will
git his commission on the nexi
bout ar.d linn be tin.nigh. Wolgast is making his own matches
with McFarland and it looks like
a Milwaukee club will get the
match. The reason for the split
between Wolgast and Joins is not
known.
The secret llolway learned from
runners in both England and
Australia is to keep the Kg- aa
straight as possible, rest and balance tin wlight-evenly on the two
legs and bring bmh into full play
at tlu very start. Today llolway,
who has always bun an American
professional runner, is gitting (aster than he evir ran in his life.
xjt   $   is
George Stovall played baseball
iii school with Jesse James1 sons
and the name of the team was the
Outlaws. George says it was the
best boys' team that ever played.
In four years' time they lost but
three games.
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When Ad Wolgast and Packey
McFarland signed articles for a
ten round bout at Milwaukee,
September 18 it was agreed iln>
ihtnilil meet in a contest of 'JO
rounds or more in California some
time In fore tin first of tin year.
Tin wiight in the Pacific coast
conflict! while not settled, is is-
pt-ctul to be l.M poinds five
hours bt fore entering ihe ring.
McFarland is obligated to post
.S.".,(i(io iii support of the second
match win in ver Wolgi'si comes
to Chicago or Milwaukee to close
the affair.
CURRENT CREDULITIES
Three times a bridesmaid, never
a  bride.
To have too many plates on the
table means guests.
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You will be unhappy if you lose
your wedding ring.
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If business be transacted "li
Sunday you will lose by it in the
coming week.
Double Weekly Service
mm
S.S. Prince Rupert, S.S. Prince George
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Mondays and Fridays, 8 a.m.
For Stewart,   Thursdays   and   Sundays
nt 8 a.m.     Special   fare   on   Sunday
bunt,   $11.fin  return  including  meals
iiuil berth.
st. Prince Albert sails for Pint   Simp-
sun,    Nans   River,    Masset,     Niulen
Harbor, Wednesdays, 1.00 p.m.
and fir:
Queen Charlotte Island   points,   Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service to Copper River
Mixeil trains from Prince Rupert Weil
nesdnys and Saturdays,   1   p.m.,   returning    Thursdays    and     Sundays
5.20 p.m.
The Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates u frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains over its
double truck route between Chicago,
Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Halifax,
Portland, Boston, New York and Philadelphia. Atlantic Steamship bookings
���Ranged via all lines. Full information and tickets obtained from the
office of
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   ANI1   PABBBNQBB   AGENT
Canadian Pacific Railway
B.C. Coast Service
Famous   Princess   Lint
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
S.S. PRINCESS ROYAL
Monday,   August  7th, 9   a. m.
FOR VANCOUVER, VICTORIA, SEATTLE
J. G. McNab
General Agenl
S.S. INLANDER
...  FOR ���   a  a
HAZELTON
TUESDAY, AUG. 8th
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester   -   Agent
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|| w. j. McCutcheon jj
, i   fan u*i compl-Me atock eif Drutr*.   SpccUl   , ���
, ,      nitiMitioii pmitl to Alltnit prcacriiitlun*.       , ,
! Theatre Block hm Ho. 79 Second Ave. !
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NEW WELLINGTON COAL
LIME      BRICK     PLASTER      CEMENT
SHINGLES, LATH, BLACKSMITH COAL
ROGERS & BLACK
Phone 116
Palace Ice Cream Parlor
2nd Ave., next toolil nflles? of Optlmlat. aril only
STOKES' ICE CREAM
Beat ma,!* in Soattle. Frull anil Candy, wholr-
salr ami Remit. Loot- far Hash *l��i. at night
SAM t.DWEN. 1*.m  ., PhonaSffl
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City Scavenging
Mr. J. Q, Weston unnounces that he
has commenced work for the city.
All  orders  received   at   the
Office, 5th St.
Phone 42
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO.   63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All   members  of  the  order in the city
are requested to visit thc lodge.
J. P. CADE, N. G.
It. ll. MORTON, .Sec
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INVESTMENTS
ESTATE
JEREMIAH    H.    KUGLER
He sells Buildings      He sells Contracts
He has Houses to Rent
He buys Lots He builds Homes
Special Bargains in
Kitselas Lands   Francois Lake Lands   Lakelse Lands
Hazelton District Lands       Bulkley Valley Lands
Kispiox Valley Lands      Porcher Island Lands
Kitsumkalum Lands, Sand, Gravel and Marble Deposits
He buys Leases He loans Money
He bas Farms Por Sale
He sells Houses He rents Stores
List Your Properties with Jeremiah H. Kugler
UCHCHCHCHfltfHng-!'?
Second Avenue, Prince Rupert, B. C.
mKtML\m*^^ THE   DAILY NEWS
G.T.P. MAKING PROGRESS
ALL ALONG THE MAIN LINE
Steel to be Near Hazelton This Fall ��� Line  is  Laid to
Arthabasca  Landing���Spur Line to   Brazean
Coal Fields Being Laid
Thai steel on the coast section
of the Grand Trunk Pacific main
line will reach e poinl near Hazelton, B. Ci by thc end of the year
is the latesi statement made by
the ('.. T. P. officials. The contractors an busy now ai work
on the thn i tunnels in the Canyon
on the Skim.i River, which is
about 106 miles i.is; of Prince
Rupert. Tin- length of the three
tunnels are saitl to be 1,300 feet,
1,100 feet and the third SOU feet.
The work on these have been in
progn ss for quite a long time now.
with the result that i--.11 three of
them are nearly completed. The
roiid is in operation to within a
rfew miles of the canyon and as
suon iis the tunnels are completed
the laying of the steels will be
completed.
Steel at Athabasca
Steel was also recently put down
;is far as Athabasca river, which
is a distance of about 1,017 miles
west ni Winnipeg and right at
the entrance of the Rocky mountains. The bridge across the Athabasca river i�� being constructed
and ;is si...n .is the piling work is
finished track-laying will be proceeded with, as far iis Fiuhugh,
the first divisional point west of
Edson. At this point large -.aid-
will be constructed as well as a
station, and other buildings in-
cluding ii round house which is
already on towards completion.
Coal Branch
The Grand Trunk Pacific railway have .il-o started track-laying
ihis  week  on  the coal   branch
line running from the main line
west of Edson to the Pacific Pass
and the Brazeau coal fields. Already about light miles have
been laid of this steel. The
company have also been making
rapid progress with track-laying
on its branch line into Rcgina.
The contractors are laying iis
much as two and three miles of
.rack every day and at this rati
of progress the line is expected
,o be finished into Regina Ly tin
latter part of next week.    Tr.i.'k
was also recently completed on
! ihe Prime Albert branch lor about
lit! miles and will Ik- coiiiiniiitl on
I to the Athabasca river early in
I August.
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"The New*" Classified Ads.   : Empress
One Cent A Word For Each Insertion
-THEY   WILL   REPAY   A   CAREFUL   LOOKING   OVER���
The Insurance People
UVERY CLASS (11* INSl'RANCE.    OET Ol'R HATES
The Mack Really and Insurance Co.
Tho!"' 15" Third Avenue and Fulton St
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Lost and Found       i
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LOST-A Kodak: left nn Metlakatla wharf.
Finder rewarded by lowing sunn- in CsntpWI I
Cigar Store. li.-'-tf
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LOCAL LAWYERS
ARE PRETTY MAD
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For Rent
Legal Business of the Town is
Tied up Owing to the Absence
of the Myriad jobbed Arthur.
THE FIRE CHIEF
I of firemen nearly till over itself
ic roiTricrn i��atla!ihf"rthc'sKhtP'*nt*
IO LK11 LluCl/     That ii man should remain on
  station duty nt the lire hall even
(Continual from Pago One) during   a   tire,   and   the   fire-bell
���        'should   be  rung and   the  whistle
to this before complaining of the -oumled at  every alarm and not
water pressure.
How About Firemen?
So exigent a matter as this
arouses the enquiry: How aboul
the tire department itself? As is
known Alderman Clayton has already agitated for an special enquiry into the conditions of the
department. The citizens are
aware that recently there arere
signs of dissatisfaction amongst
the men, but the arrival   >.f a
for fun or fancy ci ri 11 purposes, and
thai such detail- as the hanging
np ..f the telephone receiver after
a call, and the proper hiving out
of the hose to economise watct
pressure on the scene should be
attended to, an points worthy
of the attention of thc tir.* and
water committee in th.ir tin* department enquiry.
JUDGE LAMPMAN HERE
new assistant  fire chief -uni-  to
have had the effect  ..f restoring !Wju Open County Court.  Jud
the morale of the group of call j    ge   Young  Goes  to  Atlin
men to some extent.    Now some
little points have come  to light
which have a hearing on Alderman
Clayton's enquiry.
Was Phone off Hook?
While the old schoolhousc was
burning after the explosion \is.
terday   a   citizen   coining   down
Fulton .street ..nil knowing thai a
fin* was oh, stepped int.. the fire
hall to ii-k where the l.la/c was.
He  found  the  I'm   hall dl -i rii tl.
The whole department had turned
"tn to the tire. Thc citizen turned
to the telephoni to ring up down
town to ask hi- question. II.*
found the receiver off the hook and
swinging by ilu- side of the in-
strument. A Station Duty man
might easily havi gom* on duty
without untieing this, and had .
fm  broken nut elsewhere in th.
eity.it thill linn  tin  lite hall would
have been less useful than the
City Hall to help matti rs,
The Fire Bell?
Another point: The wati r department nun complain thiit tin
I..II is rarely mug to l.t them
know that ii tin* is iu progn --.
Then* is ii specially purchased
steam whistle of ear penetrating
power on  the electric light  plant
boilcrsi which la -opposed to |**Jve
the lire alarm. The las) Hm. t iii -
whistle blew then was nothing
doing, though half the city ru-hed
out with flashlights looking for
the fire, and the "Red Devil" full
Judge Lampman arrived by the
Prince George thi- morning from
Victoria and i- staying  at  the
G. T. P. Inn. He will ..pin ilu
County C.urt on Monday. Judgi
Voting leaves f..r Atlin to hold
conn then* ami return bile l"
Rupert.
To Attend Synod
Several Anglican clergymen na-
chetl .In* <iiy this morning lo
attend ilu- meeting >.f thi Syrod
which opens on Monday. Amoi g
those who arrived was Rev. TIkm
Marsh   of   Kitsumkalum.    Rev.
Mr. Price of Kiiw.-iger is on tin
way.   Rev. Mr. I'i.Id ..f Hazelton
was   titi.ilili    .���    f, \\    d.*\s   ..gn   In
-tai.* if he could Im* in alli-lld. ' . .
-    ��� i..|   -vt*. d   *.( run.i -  will  Ik*
preached in ilu morning by Archdeacon Collison of Kincolith ..nd
in ih.* .v. i ing by Ki\. R, II
O'Mallcy formerly ..I Winnipeg,
now oi Di i,v. r. Colorado.
Given Two Weeks
All >.f tin big building i- I., it ia
"" upltd at th. corner of sixih
-tn. i and Third avenue by I'. \V.
H.-rt   th. w.M    krown furniture
storek. 11it i.
lot   in*,, ,,   Jays  In   will   offer
some bargains and In* has every
thing in hi- 180,000 stock for thi
home.
Since Thursday when Court Registrar Arthur Cuthbert went away
somewhere in his capacity of Provincial .Assessor, the legal liusi-
iHss of the town has been tied up,
and the lawyers with cases on
In ir hands are very wrathy in
consequence.
Some very unkind remarks pre
being passed���not at Mr. Cuthbert, who cannot be at two places
at the one time, but at the policy
..f the Provincial Government which heaps up party favors on tin
head of one man. At present Mr.
Cuthbert has about fifty-seven
diffirmt jobs from the Government, most of which should be
divided around.
Tlure i�� ii court in the city and
.��� judge. Then* are lawyers with
..'-(s and witnesses, bui it is im
possible to proceed with tin trials
ui ;il Mr. Cuthbert comes back.
Ai .1 nobody knows when thai will
U.
Until the Provincial Assessor,
etc.. coin.- back ii i- impossible
for a writ to be issmd. a title to
U- registered or a bill <>f costs to
be taxed.
A telegram was despatched by
tin- Mar Association this morning
to the Attorney General asking
him ;.. appoint a deputy regis rar
until the Prov in. ial Land A--, s-or.
etc.. conies back.
New Goods  for I
I
your Toilet Table
Some of  the*  leading
���.llii.li'-.lli*        lining.at-
have juat lent us-torn.*
new perfumes, preparations and toilet
necessities   :   :   :   :
Wc carry only the best
Patent Medicines and
our Prescription Department ia a specialty
C. H. Orme
"TIIR I MINEBR DRl'UC.IST"
Second Ave. Phone No. 82
1AAMWWWIMMMMMMAMMI
Furnished roomi with bath.
the week.   Talbot House.
Neatly Furnished rooms. Kent!
ZApply Mrs. Mullin, over Miiji
l.iiri,-.-   well  furnished   room,
I    Splendid view of  harlsir.
[    Apply P.O. Box 1519.
| Mclntyre   Hall,  for  eoni*crts.
|    dances, etc.   Apply J. II. Hm
Wanted-Small house, furniali.
Ished.   State terms tcBux 11.
Cosy furnished roc is.      Mrs.
Rooms, Thlnl Avenue, batw
Civhth.
Special rntea by
HVrtt
���men preferred.- '
stic Theatre,     tf (
private   fomily.
(ientlcliien  only.
iti-l-tf
mitertninmenta,
-er��, phone llti.
,1 cr partly turn-
Daily -Nows.lH.-tf
Bower, BomsrMt
���een Seventh   and
117-tf
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
���#��^*t*-*-fcea**awt|^i*H*Wat*-��---at--^a��*^��t*��-fca*l-a
I Help Wanted
���'^'���y-'aa-at-^n-^M-^ia^^i **.*.-**,m*m..rm
Wanted-Brlght Girl to mind office, practically no
work, reply in handwriting, atating wak-ra ex- :
pected. to Box 1536. City. 3t
Wanted-Good lixed boy t" help in kitchen nnd
make himself generally UMfoL Apply JnT��'s
Hotel, Srd Ave., corner nf *th Street. tf
Minera 63.50. Mucken 0.00, wanted at Hidden
Creek Copper Co.. Cootv Hay. TakeS.S. Vadau
or Venture. MS-tf
Scotch Woman want* work hotlHClnntng. wash- f
in* or fancy Ironing. Work taken home if i
eleaired. Apply Apartment Houae. 1st Ave. |
and McBride. m-167 ,
r~
i
+���
PEOPLE   ARE   TALKING
About the Way Several People
Got   Cheap   Furniture
For Sale
n
K.ir Sale��� Household furniture in tcood condition.
Phone 156. 3t
Before buyinir your Stove or Ramte se* A. J.
Ualland. McBride and Fifth Ave. C*oolc stoves
from ill. liS-lm
For Sale-Chicken Ranch. J s'ton-y house, household a- -.I.. Near Prln.*.* Rupert. A snap If
taken at once.   Address BOI M, tf
For Sale-Owner will sail f.  .: ,���...! lots Nos. 23.
24, 2S and 2*. Block 27. Section S. Taylor street,
alia II x 25 a loo. at t>i each, on reasonable
terms.   Apply Box Wit. TO.. Prince Rupert.
ft-IJl
What is the subject of a good
deal <>f talk in the city is the
surprising and honest bargains
being offered by G. D. Tite in
furniture and home furnishings.
Beds, bedding, go-carts and several
other lilies are being offered at
less than the manufacturer's cost.
Every August Mr. Tite makis a
sacrifice of his goods to assure lhc
public he has got the right things
for the home. Mr. Tile's half
page ad on another page of this
issue would prove a money saver
to those who nail it carefully.
First big musical event,
6 -NIOHT8 STARTING   6       A 11/1 P* Opl |
SATURDAY AUu.   Jin
Cleveland's Musical Comedy Co,
30
PEOPLE
lt\ iAlll\- & k'*- -N -Cb K> \m ���$ *���*�����*.15
$ $ iji s\. .a. (ji sja ft i$i-/a
i^.,*.-'.,.iC*j..'-;J>nji,\
iji^t^ijai^^
no
Opening bill
30
"Honeymoon Trail"
ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY
ELABORATE SCENIC PRODUCTION
GORGEOUS COSTUMES AND ELECTRICAL EFFECTS
NO INCREASED PRICES
50c, 75c and $1.00 Seat sale opens Thursday
23:B��.3:3S^
^ i �������������������� *-���a
Fire Insurance
""����������� -w n -w h > 11 ���> ii ^ ii �� ii �����_<
t
J
THK Hritiah lTnion and National Fire Inaurance
Company of London, England, with capital
..f KJ.a'-M.tssVin. .Seeinf..r ratea. The Mack
Kealtv and Inaurance Companv. 7o-lf
nm**M^t**t*\*mm *����� mm* *���***. fmf-mn ���sm.fsmmt >-**, *m**tf
Business   Chances      |
i^<^a<a^<a^ja^<a*^^a*^����*^tai'^o^o^*^
Good money In Moving Picturea. Wanted-A
party to ttart moving plctur* ahow In Prince
Rupert. Write me for particular*. H. Davit.
Vtatertown. Wti. I37.wl
CURE SI EEPLtSSNF.SS. HEAD ACHE*eic
Ali*>'nt*>l*r hurmleaa In thrtr effect.
If fma di-alrr i|iim not keep them we will mall
you �� I..*   l-j.Mwd-fTOon receipt of 2A centa.
L J. M ATHIEU I  ..    I'tnp.  . Sh   ri.f nnUf. P.Q.
���   .mm MAtllir.u*-.   mmttttj
SERV1NE.POWDERS
fessTmmxmstutipmsfA}
TWENTY MUSICAL
NUMBERS
In    Honeymoon Trail" at the
Empress Theatre Tonight
"Tin* Honeymoon Trail" which
is   to   appear  ai   thc   Empress
Ihi.ttre for six pcrfomanccs starting tonight, is a musical comedy
of ran and happy possibilities.
The plot is far above the aven ge,
and iis lyric investiture   is rich
in   melody,   harmony,   snap     nil
gingir. lu all the twenty musical
numbers, not ore drags or proves
uninteresting. The book frJrly
sdntilates with wholesome, than
Wit,  while  tin- sK.ry  is ,,.m   ��� , ,|
enjoyable.
Tin  owner, Mr.  Harry Cl. Ireland, has provided .-- most ccm-
pleie stage production, un | ble
��� as; of well known artists, and an
exceptionally well drilled and comely chorus.   ti��� electrical effects
an* many aid novi I;   in fact, the
entire production is of a high order,
t i'di dt p-.rtiiH nt be Ing in the h. ids
lot skill.d, competent artists, who
have spent y.urs perfecting thim-
ISelves in iheir arl.
Princess May Crowded
A big crowd of passengers lift
by the Princess May ihis morning.
Quite ;i number of Rupert re sidents
arc taking trips down below, and
the May is a popular boat. From
thc north she brought a gnat
many passengers idso, and a good
deal of freight including ice.
C. D. Newton and his wife were
passengers for the south this morn*
ing by the May.
The S.S. Prince Ruperl passed
Cape l.a/o southbound at !��� a.m.
today.
Doctor's Evidence
Nothing is so good for you
these days as fresh fruits and
vegetables. Xew shipment re-
ceived today.    Ideal Provision
House. Third avenue, phone 100.
Today the seaman Joseph Il;*l-
lirhiin who was drowned the other
niglu off the S.S. Vadso at the
wharf, wns buried on Garden
Island. Messrs. Hayner Brothers
managed ilu* funeral.
GROUND
Floor Space for Rent
in the Hart building, cornvrof
Second Ave. and Sixth Street.
Be Best Business Corner in Prince Rupert.
********
Apply
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
I
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Notice.
The firm known aa Director (*oh*n a Company
have this day Auir. Ith. 1911. dissolved partnership. Alt llabllltlee up lo this data will be joint Iv
responsible. All outstanding aeeounta should be
paid lo I. Director or M. B. Cohen.
Hated August Ith.      I'-'-lt
Tenders Wanted
Tenders will lie received by the Assignee of the Brin Furniture Co. up to
10 p.m. of Saturnay, the 12th day of
August, 1911, for the balance of '.he
stock of furniture, carpeta, etc., formerly the property of the Brin Furniture Co. Said stock may be inspected
at premises where it is now situate on
thc south side of Third Ave., between
7th and 8th Sts. Terms cash. The
Assignee does not bind himself to accept the lowest or any tender.
C. B. LOCK HART,
17,1-6 Assignee..
OXHKJWMKHJtXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXO
POLICE WATCHES
All Varied in lima in Police
Court the other day. If
you carry a      :       :      :
Reliable Standard Watch
You would always have the
Correct Tim*
Only reliable watches arc
kept in stock by the G.T.P.
Official   Watch    Inspector.
��� ���������������>
R. W. Cameron & Co.
Cor. (ith St. and Second Avenue.
PHONE 82
������1
75 x 100 ft. FOR LEASE
on I l.inl Avenue and Ninth Street
unric Jeremiah H. Kugler, Limited
Jerry w
Notice.
Tha partnership formerly nbttalaMfMJ
K. Andeteon and L M. Huchr*. i-r-Mwtml Mm*
chanta. at the Hi-Ellen klver. Urahaai Ilkai
haa been dlaaolved.    Buatnes* will be-arrieJ-���
by the underfill rmJ
et
J   K    AM'IKvN
...Whites Portland Cement...
0. C EMMERS0N
AGENT
Pkac 125      Niks Block      Stotiksi
F. M. DAVIS ��1.1%
General Machine Shop am! BHpJ
CarpenterinK. Also SMOtS f'*r Fair*
banks-Morse   and  Ki"\   '���
Engines.   Gasoline Engin. I nnd At*
cessories carried In stock.
UuxhM aaal Boats lo* Mis.   N.E *ad ��l WWI
��msH*imo��xx
FOR  RENT
ooxx
** *** aWI r�� i\ sr\t i"W *** r\V
CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Af enls
Orders prompUy filled.   Prleea maaonabla.
OKFICE-H. B. Kochaatar. CantnSu    I'hon. ��
3ut�� Bulldlnn on 8*r.*n.l   A g
Seventh Street.   !."�� H* ^
Jeremiah H. Kuglrr. Ltd |
LAND PURCHASE NOTICK
Hkeena Land Diatrict-Diatrict of Cauiar
Take notice that I. Thomu Carter, of Prince
Kupert. occupation carpenter,  intend to apply
for uermlailon to purchaae the following deacribed land.
Commencing at a poat planted about one mile
aetuth from the mouth of Falla creek and about
l"'" fi-t-t back from the beach, thence HO chaint
ti "iili. thence 40 chaina weat. thenee W chaina
���outh, thence eaat 40 chaina to point of rom men re*
ment, containing 320 arret more or lent.
THOMAS CARTER,
Dateel July 7th, 1911.     Charlea Webtter Calhoun.
Pub. Aug. nth. Agent.
$500 asanas
$800
$50
Cash buys tin.* i.**��l>*"*
properly UMlndllU II ��� - ""
9th Avenue. Bsew
Cash buys a Dies lot In ������.������-���������,-*
7, Balance *2.r> a m.-i'th.
Furnished Hotel for !�������-���<'
Fire, Life and Acci.l.n' I - '
JOHN DYBHAVN
Pattullo Block.
���0*0*OwO*0*0*0*OwO*OwO*^^ A   j
0 We beg to announce to the Public that we are going to remain at the same old stand corner 6th Street and 2nd Avenue o
*r ~ ���   f.
For the next two weeks we will occupy the entire Hart Block and during that time we shall offer some Great ValueB in Furniture and Home Furnishings
GRAND 15 DAYS SALE OF FURNITURE
Carpets, Curtains, Drapery and  Stoves.
O        X"1" Ak.���i (,��� Kan, ,,.���������,,, M,,,,,,.
o c "-"J BIG FURNITURE STORE"
* l-or. 6th St. an* ZU Ave.   ?Um 62.
We carrry a full line of Carpet, Linoleums, Crockery, Couches,
Glassware,   Table  Cutlery.  Baby  Carriages, etc., etc., etc.
F. W. HART
Watch Our Show Windows for g
Startling Values.
WOirOitOieO+G+n+rsu.r^^r* m m * otartling values. *
u*u*o*O*O*O*O*OO*O*o*O*O*0*O^0^0*0*0)f0��0��0*00*0^0��0*0*0��0��0**

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