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Array The Prince Rupert Optimist
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VOL II, NO. 28
Prince Rupert. B.C., Saturday, February 4. 1911.
MOTHER'S NEGLIGENCE LED     jshippingjeports
Left Two Children of Six and Seven Years in House
Alone and Went to Picture Show���-Fire Occurs
and Children are Found Dead in
iSpt! iul lo thc Optimist)
Montreal, Feb. 4. The dangerous
pr.itiic ol leaving young children alone
in a hon i> has often bscn exemplified
but surely never with greater forte
than it was in tliis city yesterday, when
twoliulr children's lives.were destroyed
by Bre. The police are endeavoring to
hive ihi mother charged wi,n criminal
The mother o( the dead children is
1 Mrs. Gcorgt Marlow. She and her
liraily.ii-i-upi .1 it flat on Chatham street.
Y.st rday afternoon she dressed and
tent nut to enjoy the luxuries of the
moving pictun show, leaving the two
liu'i.' on s who wi re only six and seven
y.ars old rspi \ively, behind to watch
lhe house.
How th. Ure started no one can tell.
Sor-ip smiill boys playing in the yard
noticed --miliar wTcaths of smoke
enu*rging from the house and dreading
that something was wrong they raised
the alarm. The Bremen were on the
spot in a very few minut.s and a f.-w
splashes of water sufficed to extinguish
the flames. The rooms of ihe house
Were filled with nauseous sniok. howvvir.
Not finding the children in bed or in
the passages the firemen ran lo the
cupboard, and as he opened the door
the lifeless bodies of the kiddi.s fell
at his feel* Thiy had lakin refuge
from the flamiB in the cupboard, unmindful of the smoke.
The tragedy raised a storm of indignation among the public. Il is well
known that tht practice of leaving
helplcn children alone in thi house
is not a mw one. Then is too much
of it going on and the police are anxious
to institute criminal proceedings against
the mother in the hope that such action
will militate against the continuance
of the practice.
j From Dominion Govt. Wireless Stations
(At 1P.M. Today)
Triangle Overcast, south Wesl, strong
!squalls. Bar. 29.-J9, ther, .'14. Heavy
i swell.
Ikeda*���Cloudy, north west, light.
j Bar. 29.7, ther. 3N.   Heavy swell.
Eslevan--Rain, south east, strong.
! Bar. 29.IS, ther. 47.   Rough sea.
Pachc-na ��� Squally, south east. Bar.
29.15, ther. 40. Rough sea. Sighted
Amur west bound at noon.
Taloosh - Light rain, soulh east, 24
miles. Bar. 29.50. ther. 40. Steamer
Washi-i maw outbound. Steamer Alias
inward during night.
Cape Lazo Cloudy, south east, strong
gale. Bar. 29.68, ther. 36. Sea smooth.
Spoki Trim. (Ieorge a. 9.20 off Cape
Lazo southbound.
I'oint Grey Cloudy, south easl. thick
Wi ather.   Bar. 28.82, thi r. 39.
Al Proof of Their Sincerity Announce
Their Intention of Extending Their
Operations in Canada by Erecting
New Buildini-a and Plant.
(Special ti) the Optimist)
Hamilton, Feb. 4. -A telling reply
bus **-*��� given to those who deprecate
*ht! fwipronty trt.aly bet/ween Canada
ni the United States in this district
��t Oliver Chilled Plow company are
W Mpl, who are responsible for tho
Mw-wini! blow. They first of all
wnoun.-nl. when the treaty was made
wow*., thai ii would not in any way
I**"***1 detrimentally with its plant
m. Tin y followed up that statement
��'i�� lhe proof of Its sincerity. They
^Officially announced their intention
�� bunding an assembly building in
"���"���Wfcction ��iil, their plant which will
2 ,.*-""���* ���     The  erection   of   this
""Wing will be started upon at once
�����* *iH bi> followed by the building of
I * tounil
ito f���
Irv mi routing 57fi feet long and
' wide. The oifieiai announee-
nan made a gnat impression on the
Wblc mind. This American concern
���'"��eintereat�� In Hamilton aad their
JWion of the city might mean a
������"Wcrable loss. Their bold statement
���"PJded as an importanl I)oint ,���
,av"r-f the Reciprocity Treaty.
��**ng Magnate Admir.a Mining
Pro.pect, of Province
uS     "   J**  4-(Special)-C.   J.
ff!^^, mavisuorhoreandi8iookin-��
along      7"orl^ fining enterprises
m'c ��i Watera Canada.
*��� JJji Cars, r_~ b
\*3f* * ^ ** ���*
A New Petriana Will Now Arrive���
S.S. Briti.h Empire ia on Ita Way
Acroaa���Service to Commence Early in April.
Vancouver, Feb. 3.���W'th the arrvial
on this coast, of the Northern Steamship
Company's steamer Petriana, which
will leave the Clyde next week westward
bound, that company w'll nook for the
first time a sha*. of the .railic buBiM ���
This vessel has a capacity of abjut 1200
ions and has been especially constructed
for carrying ore, and will operate between
Vancouver, Prince Rupert, (Juooii ("harlotte, Portland Canal, Ketchikan and
Skagway. It is expected that she will
be ready to begin active service about
thc first of April The old Petriana,]
wh'cb was purchased some t me ago
by the Canadian North Pacific Fishcri ���
company, will be given a new name
The first new arrival of thi- company will be the steamer Britilh Empire, a steamer of 800 t is capacity,
which left the Clyde some time ago, and
is now well on her way_ to this port
She is expected to arrive about the middle of March The British Empire will
work in conjunction with the Cetriana,
each boat leaving here for Prince Rupert fortnightly, giving this company a
regular weekly service every Tuesday
night Neither of tho new boats will
carry passengers, the Petriana being
especially adapted for ore; and the
British Empire for general cargo
Thia ia in Addition to Five Boata
Uaed Laat Year���Look for tha
Largeat Catch on Record Thia
Preparations are already being made
by thc Canadian North Pacific Fisheries company for the coming season
Ten vessels will b�� o|-eratcd th's year,
five of which were in use last year;
the Orion, St Lawrenre, Sebastian,
Germania and Will-am Grant Five
are now on the way from Norway; thc
Red, the Green, the Black, the Yellow
and the Wh'tc Thc Wi'liam Grant
and the Sobast-an are now rece'ving
their annual overhauling and when
they are launched the other thr-e of
^pTQft.A. Bi Ggggg *tve Cents
Hawthornthwaite  Resolution Refers to Execution of
Socialists as Unspeakable Barbarism���Speaker
Calls it Reflection  on all Monarchies
of Friendly Nations.
(Special to tin Optimist)
Victoria, Feb. 4. A mild sieiie -ails
caused in the House ef Commons
yesterday afternoon when Mr. Huv.-
thornthwaite brought forward his ris-
nUi nn, condemning lhe goveinneiu
of Japan for the execution of the So-
eialirta. The ru oluiion wu framed
in the strongest possible terns and was
ruled out of ordtr hy Mr. S|ieakpr
In taking thi* course the speaker
gave :.s his r.a-on ihat the term "un-
apeakable barbarity" whi. h occurred
in the resolution in referirce lo the
action of the Jiipanwe government,
was a reflection on the monarchies
of the friendly nations, and could not
therefore be allowed io ��� i .mil
The voice of tht B. C. government
was then heartl (through the mouth of
Mr. llayward who brought in the resolution   protesting  against   ihe   reient
reciprocity arranf.uru.ti nut fcy Canada and the United State*. Speaking
io the r.solution In declared that the
tree fruit from the United Siai.s would
be a death blow .o the fruit Industry
of the Province which ihey had been
trying for so long tu build up.
A dlecuiaion on tha ('oal Mini s Ami ml
mini Act follow id and Mr. Parker
Williams a.linked thi oflii iuls of the
mining department fur th. ir lack of
cffoii. and said that vvin l!.i Premier
hims.lf eoemad to be Indifferent to
the condition und.r which the minus
of thi I'rovinti wire call, d upon to
Th. p. ak. r ralKd him ;o or.l. r for
his rifirino to the Premiir afttr which
Premk-r McBrldi  r.piitd that it the
mimlier for Nowcaitll had any charges
to *nake against his drpanir. tit he
would It glad to bear th.m.
Sommer Make, a Wright Carrying
Record for Aviation ���Flight Made
in a Farman Bi-plane. A Wonderful Joy Ride.
Five Boata Contemplated for Canadian Service Two Cruiaer. and
Three De.troyeia Vea.els Will be
Built on Pacific.
(Special to the Optimist'
Victoria. Feb. 4.    Work will he started
Paris, Feb   1    A world's record for
passenger carrying was set here today
by Aviator Sommer. when he (lew with ���** onc-* on '������-* construction of the large
thcoldtl.-e*t-Aillhehaultdoi.t.seraM.t��^P'^''Ke"'-'ro'n Deuay to Remilly | **rV ***** **< ^'luimall, suitable for
cleaned antl painted After this work I and return, a distance of 18 milw The i *��� re-iu.remei.ts of the Canadian Navy.
is completed, the steamers will be (combined wicght of his passengers and This Pleasant announcement ��a.s made
assigned to the r d-Kerenl stations the petrol tank wan 1000 pounds    The  W �����**���**����� ��**>**** B.C., the Marine
By thi' time the season opens four | flight was made in a Farman bi-plane ! KniUay company,  who  have been  in
stations will be ready to prepare the,Two   of   the   passengers   rode   astride
captured   whales   for   shipment;    the of the skids    The other three rode on
specially  constructe.l  seats  behind  the
Sen-hart, the Kyuquot. the Rose Harbor
and the new Nation Harbor station, now
in course of construction
Ottaua in connection with their application for the Dominion government
subsidy for the dry dock. The principal
member.*, of the linn returned las, night
ami announced that the work was to
start immediately. Hereafter vi+sels
destinetl for the Pacific will be built
mi the coast, and not brought Irom
A Woman'a Plea for a Single Moral  afar.   This v.ill mttin a gnat Influx of
Letters to the Editor
Dear   Sir,    Kindly   give   mi-   space
TITANIA FOULS GEAR AND RUNS for a few words.   Can the parlor hotees
ON TURN POINT ***  ,,u'   out   ��'  ���,,",'n<*-"-'?     M"**1   ,m'n
' when they marry insist on marrying vir-
Wa. Floated Again at High Tide but  �����-, **_* M Ko0<1 ^men. married and
single, demand as much virtue in men >
Developed Such a Li.t Th.t Cargo I      men  ^^  (n   mam  ^   pr0v
Will be Taken From Her in Barge.. , t\m\on ���**-*** dial nmural death.
(Special to the Optimist)
Vancouver, Feb. 4. -Bound from Comox with a cargo of coal for Acapulco |
Wealth' anil labor, which is bound lo bc
beneficial lo ihe whole of lhe Province
Al Ihe present time there are live bonis
contemplated for Pacific -.orvitc. Two
fast scout cruiscis of lhe Bristol class
and three destroyers of the river class.
Other* will follow in their wake on the
The  Carno.un  In
The Camosun got into Prince Rupert
from the south at an early hour this
morning and left again about noon for
tne north. She reported rough weather all the way up. Wind and snow was
the order of the day. They had many
trying passages to negotiate but emerged successfully.
Claremont   Room.  Purchaaed
Today it is announced that J. 11.
, Kugler of the Co-Operative Realty Co.,
| this city, has purchased the Claremont
.,      , ,      ,.     'Rooms  in  thc   Buckley Block.   These
the steamer blessed with the fairy name | tee appointed to meet  the delegation j ^^^      ^
of Titania, under Captain Frocger, went ifrom the Prince Rupert  Industrial As-
Foriy-fiv*. Cent   Waga  Rata
At 2 p.m. today the Special Commit-
soniation met the workers delegation
in the City Hall and a discussion of the
45c wage rate was engaged In.
ashore   near   Turn   Point   off   Stuart
Island early this morning.   It was not
the storm that drove her ashore.   She
fouled her steering gear and waa washed
in.   When high water came along she
floated again, but it was then recognised
that she had been badly damaged by  Crown   Und.   for   January
the  accident.    Her  hold   was  full  of Revenue of *223 302
water and she developed  a  bad Hit I    Victoria, Feb. 4.   (Special)-The re-
The   situation   looked   bo   dangerous! turns for the timber branch of the Crown
that at last reports efforts were being | Unds  department  for  the  month  of
made to have the cargo taken from her (January show a total revenue of $223,-
in bargee.
I 302, including coal licenses.
just been furnished by U. Tite at a
coBt of over $2000. It is thc intention
of their present purchaser to close
them for the time being awaiting another purchaser.
Important Committee   Now
Thc Fire and Water, Light and Phone
Committee meet tonight. It is now
pretty certain that light will he available about the middle of the month.
Delay has again been caused by the
non delivery of material. IHE   PRINCE    RUPERT   OPTIMIST
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Advance Shipment of
Prints and
We are now showing about
thirty designs in the new
spring PRINTS���mostly in
the ligbter patterns, and
also several designs in blue
and white ducks. We sell
the prints at 15c a yard and
the ducks at 20c.
This is merely an advance
shipment of a portion of
our spring order for these
goods and we are daily expecting to receive the balance containing the dark
prints, etc.
In a few days we shall be
through With our stock taking and we Blmll then have
something to tell you nbout
certain tilings that we are
going to put on a Bargain
table which will contain.
some prizes for those who
see it first.
H. S. Wallace Co. S
Phone 9
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The Wizard Ediaon Predict. That
Such a Bu.ine.a Will Come to Pa����
With Progreaa in the Art of Flying.
Thomas A Edison has many interesting predictions for the future, but even
such a grci-.t wizard as Mr Edison finds
it hard, afUr the WOndeiful progress
of the last decade, to discover even a
now field for speculation The air has
been conquered, making man master of
all the elements, and it is in the development of aerial transportation thai
Mr Ed*son sees the greatest work of
the near future
"1 believa aerial navigation will become practical," said Mr Edsion, "not
k, a means of |x>rsonal ,ransporti't;on
atone, but for the transportation of thi
ma'ls and small articles intended for
quick delivery
"I tlo not b.'lieve that Ihe government wid take up the problem of thi
development of aerial nagTvafdon 1
think it w'll be done by private companies Theee companies will use ihc
asroplane lo reach points in Alaska and
Other places lhat wou'd be almost inaccessible by ordinary means of transportation
1 1 Fulton Sl. and 3rd A... j 1
tfcl .=.te. 1=1.=!l���
City    Pay    Day   on   Fifth   of   Each
Commencing with the February pay
roll, cheilites due on all city pay rolls
will be paid to employees on the fifth
of each month beginning March Sth.
The reason for Ihis is that the number
of men on thi pay rolls ;s increasing
so thai ii is impossible for the cily
I reasurer and his staff to have the cheques
ready the day after the pay roll is
Certified. There are 145 names on the
January pay roll.
i Went up with the Rotary Snow
Plough but Were Caught in Fierce
Storm -Are E pected to Return
Superintendent  Mehan of the (irand
: Trunk Pacific and Mr   McNichol, the]
\ district superintendent, are at present
located up the line, unable to get. down
on account of lhe snow blockade.   They
I went up Saturday taking  the  rotary
! snow plough with them to clear thc line.
I After   their   departure,   however,   the
storm   rather   increased   than   abated
with the result that the work of the
; plough was nullified almost as soon as
done.    Both gentlemen  were expected
back   in   I'rince   Rupert Wednesday lo
jtuke   part  in   the  banquet  given that
night to Mr. J.  B.  L.  Macdonald of
Messrs.  Foley,  Welch & Stewart, who
left last night in the I'rince (ieorge for
] a two monthl1 holiday at his home in
i Scotland.
Twenty-four hours ending 6   a. m .
February 8,
MAX. rBM*.,    UlN.TKMf.      It Alt.      IN. LAIN    HNOW
80.0        81.0      .9,694    ...      fi.
Fine Tailored Clothes in
Plain and Fancy Worsteds, Scotch and Canadian
Tweeds, made by expert
tailors, that look well,
fit well, wear well and
carry a distinctivness
which place them in a
class by  themselves  -:���
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' .-.Ai- .-
Rep*.   $30.00 $23.50
Reg.  $25.00 $19.00
Rck.   $20.00 $15.00
$15.00, 17.50 $10.00
KOhi'.-w.* i -��� ���*���..-������.*-���< ;*sts-pmt-m.
Skeena Uml Dlalrict    Diatrtct of Cout
Takl- notica that Humn   Haliington nf  Princ*
Kupert.   mrutcr   mariner,   inton-ia   to   apply   for
pcrmltwinn to loam- thr fnllnwinit dwacribod \mn-\:
A rnnall Inland in t ���**�������� Skwna Klvrr altout four
mil*-* above Telegraph   Point containing altout 50
Dated Dec. U. 1916. 1IUMK  I. \ IU M,H tS
Skeena Und  Dlnlrict    DUtriet of ('nut
Take  notice Uiat   llumt*  ItaliingUin  of  Princ*
Hu|H*rt,   miutii-r   mariner,   intendn   to   apply   for
pfrmiNHinn  to lwwa the followinK .h-rnl��-.|  forc-
('timmenrint at a ptmt planted on a small
inland in thu Skoena River a. wmt thrnp milm ilmv*
Ti'hlfranh Point thenn* M,uthi��rly 2000 fwt.
Datnl [)��c. 14. 1910.
MONDAY   -  FEBRUARY   -   6th.
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j    Free Information and Prices on Lots in Principal Divisional Points and other Important Towns along the    j    ASK
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briZilna buy'ar.     J-j^a.,.!*^^ j   lr!y ^'S
toPrincaRupart   )           J   ASK UNCLE JERRY-He Buy. Lea.e.   | 1   ASK UNCLE JERRY-Ha Bu7T^i^.~.~T           1   ~ASK UNCLE JERRY-He Buy. Ut.     \~l   lot R<"ul"'J*
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Will Pay 8 per cent, on agreed valuation for Ii-iihch
Will Pay 8 per cent, on re valuation at fixed times
Will Pay Cash due on lease quarterly in advance
Will Pay Cash for approved leases in any part of
the city
Will Buy Lota in Section 1, between 6th  and 11th
Will Lease Lots for building Cottages
Will Lease Lots for Bungalows
Will Pay Cash for Options in Section 1
Want Leases on Lots on 2nd Ave. and 3rd Ave.
Want Leases on Lots in Section 1
        List your property with us and tak.- **"*?���,*
this campaign of advertising.   It costs you nothing to put your property in live hands.   Look us over; come in and talk to '- Uncle Jerry."    Bank references in abundance.   Why not take adva
of the facilities and equipmentof this office.   We own and offer 99 year lease on 60 x 100 feet comer, Second Avenue and Sixth street-  99 year lease on 60x100 feet on Third  Avenue   �����
atreet; also^99 year lease on 76 x 100 feet on Fulton street at Fifth Avenue. '
We will spend thousands of dollars with Newspapers and Magazines advertising Prince Rupert Opportunities.   We expect hundreds of liv" investors-
mX ****~****-*~"*-****"~-"**-'~"
         have received Two Carloads of Canned
Fruits and Vegetables. They are of the
highest grade and quality, every can 1910
pack. They were bought at a price which cannot be duplicated this year.
Corn, Peas and Beans 2 cars 25c
Tomato.'.-., 2 lb. cans 2 cans 26c
Tomatoes, 8 lb. cans   15c
Spinnage  15c
Corn on Cob gallons 60c
Strawberries,  KaHpberrieB,   Peaches,   Pears and
Plums, 2 lb. can  20c
Blueberries, 2 lb. can  16c
Blueberries, gallons  50c
Apples, gallons  40c
Pluma, gallons 50c
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Heaters, Stoves and Ranges
Graniteware, Hotel and Bar Supplies
Shelf and  Heavy   Hardware
Paints, Oil and Glass
Prince Rupert Hardware & Supply Co.Ltd.
THOS. DUNN, Manager
Jobber of High-grade Havana Cigars
Tobaccos Wholesale and Retail
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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 the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Cerner" will fill a social need.
ss. Prince George
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THK OPTIMIST will furnish correct information to all enquirers who desire to get
in closer touch with Canada's youngest but
most flourishing city      :      :      :      :      :
There is no time like the present. Send ui
your name and address, and mention the line
or lines of business you are particularly interested in. We will send you reply by return mail       :       :      :       :      :      :      :
Optimist Information Bureau
G. B. S. on Music
When Mr. G. B. Shaw was a young
man and a musical crit'c ha suffered
extremely by having to attend meetings
of thc Musical Association wher hs
listened to old gentleman who were put
up to tell interminable reminiscences
of old-time musicians He nourished a
d-vam of r.-vengt in his h-'art. It was
tha' if h,? ever became an elderly man
hi would indulge in r.-minisccnccs before the same society.
The time came a few days ago. Yet
after fall he was baulked of his r ?vengei
for the audience roared with laughtei
over what Dr. Cummings the chairman
call.'d "a com c h story ot music " and
enjoy ,*d th.ms.'lvis vastly.
His btflt story wiu about a man who
sat next to him at a i-hamb. r conceit
of classical music. After listening for
som. t'mc the man turned to h-m and
sa'd: "Are ..hose th; Chr'sty M'n-
strcls'.-" "No" sa;d Bernard Shaw.
"They're down s ar' h's 's he 9th
Bymphony." "Oh Heavtns!" sa'd the
man and w��nt down stairs.
G. B. S. gave some of his ,-arly recollections. "As a boy in Dubl'n " he
said "I b>long>d not to the nineteenth
century but 'o th- tsm of Samuel
Pepys and the eighteenth cintury. I
heard Btethov *n played on a piano
with a wooden fnun.- which is a very
different thing from Beethoven on an
iron-framed piano. . . . My father
was a musical g.-nius in his way. He
could play on a trombone interminably.
In (act he could play any kind of in-
siruin.'iit, and I rememb?r Ivm picking
up a fluU and play'ng 'Home Sweet
Home' a> well that * In* maid-servant
cam.' up, thinking it was a man in the
Mr. i-i. to order him away.'
of fury, sh<> broke a blood vessel, quietly
retired behind a screen, and, having
got rid of the blood, came out again and
finished her speech. She told me in an
interview that the woman's paper of
which she is editress, The Glucheit, has
a circulation of nearly one hundred
thousand a week. She, like Singer and
Vanderveldte is a member of the International Bureau -the executive which
controls the movement.
"The dainty 'ittle creature near hex
is Rosa Luxemburg, the famous revolutionist. She is exceedingly capable,
impassioned in her eloquence, and holds
a cunning little brain under those
masses of dark hair.
"That tall, handsome woman, dressed
in a tight-fitting blue serge costume,
slashed with scarlet, is Sorgue, the
most dramatic as she is perhaps thc most
dangerous woman in the Congress.!
She holds considerable power in France,
whtre she has ,he 'direct actionists' at
her back. Shs is a great advocate of
the 'general strike' and militant methods.
"Another woman of greet influence
in the Finnish movement is Hilja
Parssinen, the poetess, whose pale,
refined face, crowned with a mass of
straw-colortd hair, and steel blue eyes,
enmesh such an extraordinary lyrical
genuis. Her last poems, 'The Girl in
the Street,' and 'The Factory Worker'
have caused a sensation far beyond
the borders of Finland. She is a school
teacher, and said to me, 'I have a
family of 600 girls. I have no time for
my poetry.  The girla firat."
Sail, for
Thursdays, at 8.30 p.m.
ia. BRUNO for Stewart Weunesday*,!
after arrival of Prince George, Fori
Port Simpson. Naas, Masset ana Mores* [
by Island points, inclutlinir (.jtit-cn Cbar-|
lotte City, Pacofi, Rose Harbor, alsol
Refuge Bay, every alternate Friday atl
12 o'clock noon, commencing Dec. BttT
The  Grand Trunk Railway Syilcm
sonnecting with trains from the Panficl
coast operates a frequent unci convenient service of luxurious trains over its |
double  track  roate  between Chicago.
Toronto,   Montreal,   Quebec,   Halifax,
Portland, Boston, New York and Philadelphia.    Information  and tickets obtainable from the office hereundeo mentioned.   Trans-Atlantic bookings by all
lines arranged.
Canadian Pacific Railway |
B. C. Cout S.S. S.nric.
Tha Unusually Bright Child
Thi child lhat is excptionally bright
can >n a short time becoou a nervous,
'rntabl.! wrjek. The procias ����� .<hort,
and immIin- ���.-* thc uml.-si abb sul s
b.'fori caretakers or mothirs rtaUllJ
what m'schL'f is being done. Now and
.hen an unlhink'ng friend remarks in
his pres-nc j thai ih��ch'ld is v.-i*y b.ight
Hi is br'gh.���he listens and understands.
An ..mln ion stirs within him lo live up
..1 th ��� reputation he has unwittingly
R.-membering what he saw and heard
has lieen a subconscious process. He
now puta forth elTort to remember
more than he had previously done; of
course he succeeds. He has always
loved Home. If read to him, he listcm d
with .*>���< h on the page. If told to him,
the intent eyce were on the face with a
l-rcathUsa intereet.
The absorbing interest now becomes a
conscious process. He pleads for more
wilh pleasure, and queer situations pass
in a tra'n through h's mind. Play is
neglected. He gtes restless in sleep.
The afternoon nap becomm a period
devoted to make believe situation, and'
thc process is complete. This type
of child needs a story now and then,
but he needs and nuisi have outdoor
riotous play sandwiched in between, and
he must take his story with the same
keen pleasure and abandon that he
takes his piny, with no nerve-racking
strain left over as a reminder. If the
child is bright, it is folly to show him
off; that will take care of itself.
Don't Neglect Hands
A perfectly formed hand is one of the
rarest attractions that a girl can possess.
Occasionally one sees a hand of bo much
personality and magnetism that it
holds the gaze as if by fascination, and,
charmed by it, one wonders how any
girl ever allows gerself to neglect her
hands. Whether they aro by nature
beautiful or not, she can add immensely
to their attractiveness by care and
Even the ravages of house-cleaning,
or scrubbing, and of sweeping may be
mitigated by reasonable care, and hands
ihat must do this sort of work may still
bc soft, white, and pleasing to thc eye
and touch.
ss. Princess Beatrice
Northbound Feb. 6���Southbound F.b. 111
Train for Winnipeg anil Toronto leaves|
Vancouver 9.00 a.m. daily.
Train for Montreal and points Eutl
leaves Vancouver 3.45 p.m. daily."
Through tickets to European Point! I
in connection with the finest  Atlantic |
G. McNab
General Af<at
and Contractor
"The Women
"That vigorous-looking woman of
some fifty winters, with the pleasant
face, is Clara Zetkin, She is a human
volcano, and is always in eruption. It
was at the Brussels Congress, I believe,
that,  working  herself  up  to  a  pitch
Curing Chapped Handa
Nothing is mor. annoying than chap-
lied hands. A liberal appl'ca ion of
rose wat>r and glycerine is *h��� best
cure for thim. And if 'hey ar�� very
badly chapped and one's skin will
stand glycerine then it should be
applied in its pure stale after th.
hands have been washed in waim
water and only half-dried. This is a
heroic remedy as pure glycerine smarta
the skin but it effects a rapid cure.
Plans and specifications prepared
OFFICE.- Corner 5th Ave. A Green Sl
Phone No. 228 Green
Cowichan Eggs
Every Egg Guaranteed
How to Keep Oyatera
It is a great mistake to allow oysters
lo freaz^ in order to kiep thim for by
doing so their delicate flavor is injured.
Place them <n a glass or a stone jar
und stand insid> the refrigerator if it
contains loj. If not cov_<r with a cloth
and stand in a cool place where they will
keep cool without freezing. If they are
to be served frijd it will not harm them
to put small pieces of ice in tht jar
with them but do not do so till ready
to br'ng n :f to be served au natural.
Grand Masquerade Ball in the honor
of the 12th Anniversary of the Fratern
al Order of Eagles, February 6th, 1911,
in the Kaien Island Club Rooms. $76.00
to be given in prizes.
Stewart & Mobley - Agents |
Canadian Gfneral Electric Co. Iii
Cauda Foundry Co., Lid.
All clan*, of Electric! kpt***
Railway Supplies, P"���..  �����*�����
Bolter.. Concrete Mixers. Orn.msn.
al    Iron   and    Bronte
Work,    ft**
W. CLAM DURANT    -   Jf*
��� R0OK4.WiaYREBU)a*P.0.B0��"'
F.   W.   KEEl-**1-
if G.T.P. BOAT
���t Too Expensive a Boat for the
un_Wlll be Devoted to Relieving
oa.t  Flyer��   Looking   for   Sub-
ancouver, Feb. l.-The rumor pub-
ed some days ago to the effect that
Grand   Trunk   Pacific   Company
ililsoon require an additional steamer
this coast,  is  being substantiated
numerous circumstances,   although
officials of the company still decline
���ive positive confirmation to the story
i quite plain, however, Shut prepara-
r* are being made for the advent
the new boat.    Representatives of
I company are now in England look-
; over the field that will be suitable
replace the  Prince  Albert  on   her
Kent run among the northern islands
has long been recognized that the
bert is too expensive a boat to b.
noted to th.   development  of  such
route, and that a much smaller and
ore economical vessel  would  answer
le purpose as well, while the  Albert
ould be just the steamer to operate
i a freight carrier in conjunction with
be Prince Rupert and Prince George
MM Vancouver and the north coast
There is no doubt of the need of
le Prince Albert on this run to reive the two flyers, as they are fre-
oer'ly hampered by the amount of
-eight they are called upon to handle,
ihith in the summer makes it very
.Skull (or them to run on schedule
ine as passenger boats.
|roketwo ribs against gun.
"-nm.e of boat
I* Comini A.hore When He Slip-
J ped B.-ckw.rd- A. He Fall He Col-
Wed with  the   Restless--Picked
up Uncomcioui.
(from Thur.day'a Dally.)
An unfortunate slip that might easily
** nrU in death betrayed the old
iptwn Moore of the government ship
��l��s ahout noon today. He was
["Wing to leave the ship for the
J" WW he took a false step which
*�� him in the wuut after he had
"* violently with the gunwale
��� boat. His cries ciuickly brought
���Wei and wit I,, he aid of a grappling
T�� "" <m safely brought aboard the
I ���* a nm ft* HiB concussion with
TJ l��n��al,. brok,- two of his ribs and
f*m shock of the extremely cold
f�� tendered him unconscious. But
l**W thai |���. had .-miLed aery
IMately hs balance deserted him
U* ���*���*���*���/ *��n wished in the
IT unknown t,Mi.-y of his crew.
V** to bis precarious condition
���KWWl wu nelir lhp foot of q^^
Vm*  r"(|ui!,ilion"-'-     Wrapping
r��" (tptaln up in warm rugs and
C , J" *���"�� up town to thc Savoy
��� -i which hai frequently of late
���"���"I the mie 0, ���mi,rgun(.y hogpilal
r����1 ����ta  through   the   kindly
Ln,     V       "r"Pri"*��r'   Mr*   P^-
71 \T th�� Df' Tremayne
' Phonn lor to attend the patient
T80"" ��lt.-r��arils regained conscloue-
Ptttr.. JS9* dweovered that
Ig* Moore i, over sixty year.
K  i W���,on'i"li��ble to suffer
WbarS *    bfl,ome time **'<>"���
.'  able to get about again.
������eady _____ , ..'   rho c-��ptain had
h * azwt,a<ider and wm
K^-'     ile!    f"0l0nUrrafirmtt
I "rntOmml occurred.
Fire Brigade Got Smartly to the Scene, but Owing to the Lack of Water Pressure
Was of No Service���Absence of Breeze Fortunately Prevented Flames
from Spreading to the Electric Light Plant.
IPri.m Monday. Dally.)
What is without doubt thc biggest
and most dangerous fire that has visited
Prince Rupert since incorporation broke
out this morning and completely destroyed a two storcyed house belonging
to Mr. Haudenschild on Third avenue
about two blocks oast of McBride street
and within about thirty feet of thc new-
electric light plant. The building which
was a wooden structure succumbed to
the flames like matchwood and the
residents had to make an expeditious
exit. One of the boarders roused from
his bed just in time, took a life and death
chance by leaping from the second
storey through the dense smoke on to
the slush and snow below. Fortunately
he was uninjured. Through the smart
work of Miss Haudenschild, one of the
daughters of thc house, a considerable
portion of the furniture located on the
basement floor was saved.
Began at the Top
The fire stared in the top floor, and
from all accounts it had ita beginning
in thc room occupied by a negro lodger.
Rising about seven o'clock he lit the
fire to cook himself a meal. After he
had eaten and gone to his work the fire
began to emit sparks, and it is believed
one of these first ignited some paper
in the room, and that in turn set the
woodwork in flame. Certain it iB at
any rate that the fire began in that
room. All unconscious of the danger
the other residents of the house slumbered on. The flames got a hold of thc
pannelling and ate their way to the roof.
A small blare very soon served to
indicate to outsiders that the house
was on fire.
The Alarm and Rescue
Young Kelly who chanced to be on
thc spot noticed tho flame and understood ils purport. He at once raised
the alarm and then phoned to thc fire
brigade. In a few minutes the house
waa in uproar. There were eight people
in the house at the time, Mrs. Haudenschild ber son and daughter, and five
boarders. The daughter Sophie rose
hurriedly, and arrayed in deshabile
began to carry out the valuables and
place them outside in safety. With the
assistance of her brother and one or
two of thc other men she managed to
save the piano and a large quantity of
the other furniture on thc basement
In the desperate hurry they had
not time to take them far, so thc piecea
were left at various distances decorating
the undulating snow field.
A  Leap  for  Life
One tall Frenchman who slept in the
house did not hear the first alarm
and one of his mates rushed up stairs
through the volumes of smoke and
spits of flame to rouse him. By that
time the tall one was awake, and in a
terrible state of exceitment. Through
the dense clouds of smoke it was impossible to see anything and he came to the
conclusion that the fire was working up
instead of down. His only escape seemed
to be by the window. He was a big
man, in every respect. He threw the
window open. Realizing that his only
hope lay in a leap in the dark he gathered
his courage about him, got on the
outside of the casement, and threw
himself trustingly to the earth. His
luck was in. He alighted in the snow
and sustained very little hurt.
Thought He Was Dead
Seen later by an Optimist reporter
about his daring escapade, he smiled,
and in his broken but pleasant way
explained that it waa his only chance
of escaping from lhe burning house.
He said he thought he waa surely dead
when he fell. In spite of that he is very
much alive, though the fire means a
loss to him of at least a hundred dollars
which he had in cloihes and cash.
A Chrriahed Trophy
Another of the men who succeeded
in saving his skin and little more, was
seen fondling a small book as if he
cherished it more than all the world,
which in a sense he probably did. He
submitted the book to the examination
of the inquisitive reporter who discovered that it was neither in his own
nor in the owner's language. The
owner modestly admitted his acquaintance with several tongues. To hia
mind English was easy, and he Bpoke
it wilh considerable facility of expression
to prove it; French was also easy but
the Oriental languages he admitted were
hard. He was a worker who had lost
practically his all in the blaze, but
it seemed to disturb his "lettered heart"
less than the saving of t he book.
Fire Apparatua Arrive.
The house belonged to Mr. Haudenschild who with his family took up residence there early in the summer of
last year. At the present time he is
out of town and knows nothing of his
loss. To the energy and thoughtfulneKs
of his wife he owes what little   there
may be left of the family possessions.
The fire brigade though early on the
scene was not able to do anything to
save the building.
Two Feet Pressure
In the first place the men could not
get to the seat of operations on account
of the 3treet being up in that particular
vicinity. By taking a roundabout
route they got within a hundred yards
of the fire. From there they unwound
their hose but when they turned it on
the fire the water only squirted about
two feet from the nozzle. The sight
was pitiable to behold. The attempt
was useless. In any caae it is questionable whether any amount of water
would have saved the house by that
time. If there ever was a chance however that settled it. In a very short
time the wooden walls of the house fell
inwards with a crash.
Electric Plant Danger
It was a most fortunate thing that the
moming broke calm and windless. The
new electric power plant was only thirty
feet away from the burning house and
a breeze might have meant its utter
ruin. The man in charge of the plant
awoke with a start when the fire was
at its highest, and in his own words
did not breathe for quite a few minutes
with anxiety. He dived into his clothes
with a speed that put any protean artist
to shame, and rushed out to gauge the
chances of contagion. And it was with
a sense of personal, almost of bodily
relief, that he calculated upon the
safety of the station.
Building Insured
Miss Sophie Haudenschild stated that
the house and gear was insured. The
exact damage is impossible to estimate,
but it will cover several thousand
Had a  History
Thc house burned down this morning
was one of the oldest in thc Vickersville
district. It has known several tenants
and was the scene of thc first fatal
blasting accident on the townsite when
the little boy Nehring lost his life when
a rock came through the roof.
.Killed by Fall
Toronto, Feb. 1.���(Special)���A. C.
Gibson, barrister, died to-day as the
result of falling from a street car and
alighting on his head last night. He
was 49 years of age.
The List Traverse, a Hundred Milea
ao That Average Interval la Short���>
Namea of Prominent Official. Immortalized.
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
Fifteen of the new stations on the
main line of the Grand Trunk Pacific
have received their official baptism, and
their titles now fixed for all time, have
gained the approval of the G. T. P. dignitaries at Winnipeg and Montreal.
The process of naming is much the
same all over thc world, whether the
subject bc a man or a thing. In no
instance can they protest. In naming
the stations one or two of the more
prominent men connected with the G.
T. P. organization in various branches
have been immortalized. Among
those whose names stand out conspicuously from the list are those of
Phelan and Salvus. As most people
know. Phelan is the name of the genial
superintendent of the Dominion government telegraph department. Mr.
Salvus is a prominent G. T. P. contractor.
The names of the stations are as follows: Sockeye 16.61, Tyee 21.28, Essington 26.49, Skeena 32.36, Phelan
37 61, Quintsa 46 41, Kosiks 52.62,
Salvus 57.99. Hubert 62.14, Exstews
69.54, Shamos 75.31, Lakelse 82.30,
Kitsum 88.36, Eddy 94.32, Copper
River 100.29.
City Council la Considering Matter
Which Remaina Unsettled���Alderman Newton Wants to Conault
the People on the Subiect.
Coat Will Be Ab ut $8,000 for Streeta
Now Being Graded but Walla Will
Not  Have Very  Finished Appear-
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
Evidently none of the property owners
onstreete now being graded are going
to undertake the building of retaining
walla in front of their own lots. This
plan it was thought would be generally
adopted. Some property owners did
go to the length of having plans and
specifications prepared, but thoy went
no farther, adn it is up td the city now
to look after thi job aa a whole.   The
matter came up at the last ouncil.
Colonel Davis, the city engineer, in
a full report explained five methods
of constructing retaining walls. The
one he recommended most would cost
$229,000 and would be substantially
constructed masonry of good appearance.
The leas expensive intermediate methods
were deecribed, and the last method
which could be done without the employment of masons would cost $8,000.
This method would give a retaining
wall substantial enough, but lacking
in appearance compared with the first
On this question Aldeman Hilditch
was condemnatory. He could not
favor the motion to adopt thc report
because he thought there was not
money enough for the first rate scheme,
snd he didn't think the other methods
worth undertaking. He blamed the
situation on last council. Alderman
Pattullo was surprised that Alderman
Hilditch should take up this attitude
in regard to the old council. If the
responsibility for the present difficulty
was on the old council how much of
it rested on Alderman Hilditch himself? he asked. Alderman Hilditch was
a member of the streets, works and
property committee of last council
Alderman Pattullo went on to say lhal
while he favored the $229,000 scheme
for retaining walls he did not think
the city could stand it now, and he
also did not think it fair to the owners
west of the junction to make them pay
for improvements over the whole section.
The $8,000 scheme was not perfect but
it would give a fairly substantial wall,
and he did not think the city could
afford a better scheme.
In Alderman Morrisey's opinion the
whole matter could safely be 'eft with
the city engineer. The city had a good
engineer, and the question might well
be left in his hands.   This view was
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
About 130 men are at present cm-
ployed on works for tlic city by the
city engineering department. A considerable part of their operations consists in the building of culverts to deal
with the drainage from wide areas in
the central sections the natural outlet
for which is being crossed by thc new
street grades. At the last city
council the question of payment for
these works came up. Is it to be done
out of general fund or local improvement?
That it is chargeable to general fund
is the opinion of Alderman Pattullo,
but Alderman Hilditch favors local
improvement. He told the council he
believed that in paying more than
$15,000 on this work out of general fund
the city was breaking the municipal
clauses act.
Alderman Pattullo thought it hardly
fair that Section One owners should
pay for work which is rendered necessary
by the drainage water from higher
Alderman Newton advocated that the
people should be consulted before money
was spent on any improvements of this
The matter is still unsettled Acting
Mayor Smith having suggested that
the aldermen consider it further between
now and next council meeting.
supported by Alderman Clayton.
The matter, to Alderman Newton
seemed rather big to tackle all at once.
He thought it would be better to leave
it over until next week.
It was moved that the report be
adopted and the fourth method recommended with retaining walls be the one
gone on with. The motion was carried,
Alderman Hilditch dissenting.
The Christiansen-Brandt Co.
Real Estate and Insurance
We have some good buys in City Property.
Our Farm Lands proposition along the G. T. P. are worth
Come and see us or write us before buying elsewhere.
Royal Bank of Canada
Head Office: MONTREAL. Established 1869.
Capital, $5,000,000
Surplu., $5,700,000
Total A.M*.. (70,000,000
Savings Bank Department, $1 will open an sccount.
Branches throughout Canada and Banking Connections with.all parts of the
United States.
Agenta throughout the world.
H. P. WILSON, Manager. Prince Rupert Branch.
Perfection Oil Heaters
Rayo Lamps
Power Plants
NOTICE IS HEKKBY GIVEN that application
will be made to the Parliament of Canada at the
present r-.es--.ion thereof, for an Act to incorporate
a it.il way company under the name of "Hudson's
Bay, Peace River and Pacific Railway Company"
with cower to lay out, construct and operate a
line or lines of railway from Port Nelson on Hudson's Bay; thence in a northwesterly direction to
Fort Churchill on Hudson's Bay; thence westerly
between the ttfty-einhth and sixtieth parallels of
latitude to. at or near Fort VttttUaCn vn tho
. IVace River; thence in a southwesterly direction
| to, at or near Fort St. John; thenoe westerly and
northwesterly to Laurier Pass; thence westerly
' but sliffhtly south though keeping north of the
tifty-sixth parallel to a point at or near where the
l Naaa River crosses the Afty-sixth parallel; thence
down either the east or west side of the Naas River to a point at or near where it enters the Pacific Ocean anil from thence tn the Pacific Ocean at
or near Port Simpson, also from a DoiM on the
aforementioned course at or near Fort St. John
���southeasterly to the city of Edmonton in the Province of Alberta, and from a point on the said line
of railway at or near where it touches Cochrane
river, southerly and southwesterly to the city of
Prime Albert in the province of Saskatchewan;
with power to construct and operate telegraph
and telephone and cable lines for general public
| purposes; to carry on. construct, maintain and
operata boats and ferries for the purposes of the
��� railway and other purposes; to acquire and make
j use of  lands, waterlola, wharves, docks, dock-
I yards, slips, warehouses, elevators and other conveniences; and with power to enter into agreements with other cumpanies.
For the Applicant.
Dated at Winnipeg this twenty-second day of
UMMBMT, 1910.
il.11 5w Smith a Johnson, Ottawa. Agents
Steam and Gasoline Supplies
and Repairs
Rupert Marine Ironworks &
Supply Company, Limited
OFFICE:   In Naden Block. 2nd Ave.
WORKS   At Hays Cre-sfc.
Roger's Steamship Agency
Through ticket* to all |x>int* in
UnltH States and Canada by tlic
Northern Pacific Railway. The
Finest Train across the Continent,
all 1-..H.I- in km,I.ami. SCOTLAND, GERMANY, FRANCE,
by White Star. Red Star, American, Dominion, White Star, Dominion, Ciinard, French Line,
Nortli German Lloyd, Hamburg
American and Canadian Northern
Steamship-.. For all information
write mc or call at office.
Call7Phone 18
Orders Promptly
Attended   to.
Section I
Block 7, lot 14, $1840; $340  cash,   $550
in fi months, $550  10 months, $400
in 12 months.
Block 10, lot HO, $4,000; cash $1,000
Block 20, lot IK, $5500; cash $3800.
Block 26, lot 23. $3,750; cash $2,000
I Block 28, lots B and 4, $1,600 ea; terms
Block 89, lot 8, $1,300; terms
Block 41, lots 17 and  18,  $7000;   $3000
balance 6, 12,   18 months,  with 8
room lii.sse.
I Block 31, lot 27  with   three  buildings,
$7,60(1; cash $4,000
Section S
; Block 27, lot 32, $750; terms
; Block 28, lot 24, $700; terms
Block 39, lots 19, 20. $1,350 pr; terms
] Block 42, loth 5 and 6, $650 ea; terms
Section 6
Block 3. Iota 3 and 4, $2,500 pair
< Block 4, lots 21 and 22, $1,600 each
Block 7, lots 30 and 31, $1300 euch.good
Block 17, lot 21, $1,200
Block 21, lot 20, $1,000
I Block 28, lot 20, $1,025
Block 28, lot 33, $625; cash $325.
Block 31. lot 15 with house, $850
Section 7
lxits on  Eighth  Ave.   $375.
Several good buys on Fifth and Sixth.
SecUon 8
Double corners on tbe Plaza at $550
per pair.
Furnished house in good location $25
per month. Several unfurnished
houses in all parts of the city.
McCaffery & Gibbons
Real E.tate and Inaurance ��� Third A*
Office: 6th Ave. and Fulton St.
S.-'-ii.'n I.  I,.* 21, Block 14.
HKtlon 6, Lot :i. Block IS.
R. G. Hulbert, Vancouver, B.C.
Carl Morris, a Young Oklahoma Engineer With a Serioua of Knockouts to His Credir is on the Warpath'.
| Anoth.T "white man's hope" has been
unearthed in the pctson of Carl Morris,
a young giant in Oklahoma, who has
got a record of knockou.s in his fights
so far His backer, an trying to ar-
| range a fight for him wilh some of the
i b'g hcavywe'ght'sm His ambition is
to put L'il Arthur John Johnson to
From what can be barned of the
personal history of Morris, he was
| born ID Kentucky on Augus. 3, 1886
He work"d on his fa'h.r's farm un'il
1904 when hi came to Sapulpa and
applied for a position as helper in tho
roundhour. He soon became fireman
on th.> road, and was promoted ta th.
pos'.tion of engineer
His First Fight
He serv.d in that capac-ly faithfully
until a little occurrence one day at
Okmulg.-e, when a n. gro, who had some
troubli with a l.rakeman on Morris'
t.ain, attempted to strike him Morris
stepped down from tho engine, and
interfered, with the result that for a
tim> it looked ils if the brunette gentleman was going to need a glass car-
rage wnh black plumes Occurrences
of th!s kind caused i>���*ople who knew
him to spread his reputation as a rough
and tumbls fighter
Carl began to think of taking up
pugilism as a profession, and as soon
as he l-arned hat Jeffries had been
defeated by Johnson, he arked for and
received a year's leave of absence without losing his standing in th' lin> of
promotion by the Bro herhood of Loco-
motiv? Engineers, of which he is a
memb.T When he began training
every railroad man working out of
Sapupla became a Morris booster, so
tha; the gient was soon heard of throughout thc state
A Huge Fellow
It L probabh that Morris has physical
advantages ov���r every othe heavyweight in th. wo Id He is 6 feet 4
inches -.all, has a reach of 80 1-2 -nchjs,
and he has trained down to 235 pounds.
H weighed 200 last June H.. has never
indulged in liquor or tobacco in any
form and ll a stickler for health rules
He is married and owns a norm in
Sapulpa Ever since he disposed of
Hurt with two broken ribs, a fractured
nose, and other injuries, Morris has
been discussed all ov.*r .ha United
In spite ef h-s size and weight, Mori is
is said to be extr. nuly fast and act've
It is rather interesting to compare
such of his measurements as are known
With thorn of Jack Johnson The two
shape up aH follow*.:
Ag. Johnson 88 years; Morrs 26
Weight Johnson 205 pounds: Morris
235 pounds
Height Johnson 6 feel, 1 inch; Morris 6 Let 4 inches
Chest ���Johnson 40 inches; Morns 49
Reach Johnson 72 nches; Morris 81
This gives Morris the advantage of
30 pounds in weight, 3 inches in height,
and 9 inches in reach over the champion His normal chest measure is 9
inches greater than Johnson's and
within 2 inches of what Jeffries' ches'
measures expanded
Morris has been in six battles, the
longest four rounds
The following are the names of the
fighters he has faced and finithed:
Tim Huriey, knockout, third round
Ed Anderson, knockout, third round
Battling Britt, knockout, 1 minute 10
Jim Harper, knockout, third round
Marvin Hart, won, fourth round
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Spike Kennedy, knockout, second
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"Morris is the best man I have ever
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.   i w��� McLeod ol Vancouver, |     Tak. notice that I. John McLeod ol
Take nolle* that I. ^"..JlSdSo apply lor par-   B. C, occupation broker, intend to a;
'  occupation broker jinUrtd to "RP^      *^   mimion __ pr0apect lor coal and petit*
iii w PWP"*1  or ��**,��*"- P��tr0,,um '" "**   loUowlng deacribed land.:
E HaStittftM \i8tm. thenc, tart 80
____Smm ��<* 80 chain., thenc. wut 80
*jlm�� Wfi r,,r,m"nMm    JOHN M'LEOD
D.UO DW.HMI !��'"��� _ c E|||ott, Agent
Pub Jui- 2'.
t.h.rl���,���. UltadaUri DUtrict-Di.txict ol
l.John"McLeod ol Vancouver,
T.lu- notice that
C, Elliott, Agant
"oSp.uon broker, intend to apply lor per-
.rto.Tpro.peet lor coal and p.troleum on the
S Mnl ol enmmencement.
pab. Jan. tl. r
0.��� CharMte Uland. Und DLtrict-DUtrict ol
**^ Sk.-ena
Tak. notice th.t 1. John McLeod ol Van���u���r,
��� r occupation broker, intend to apply lor per-
iWa �� l-r.-p.-ct lor coal and petroleum on
ita Ua-riH oi��rila*d land.: ...
J. "mmrncing at a po��t planted about one-
-�� ���l . mil.* .outh ol the norlhwuI corner ol
B|*MM So. 26.10 mirked J. M. B. h. C orner
*.-,-, n..rtb H eh��in*. thence weat 80 chalna
��S" mm a chain., ihence eut 80 chalna to
S ol commencement. ������,vt  ��,.il-,.i,
M.Ju.tl* F.C. Elliott, Agent
ll_, charli'iie Wand. Und DUtrict���Diatrict o
*^' Skivna
Tata nolle- lhal I. John McLeod ot Vancouver,
B C occupation broker, intond to apply lor per-
ajSl to pn.t��et lor coal and petroleum on Ithe
BEtal iiiwriU-d land.:
��� i ..mmrt.nng at a poet pUnted about on*-
u im ol a mil.- ��-oth .1 the north** cat cor tier ol
Calljcmiv No. SKIO marked J. M. N. b. Corner,
Umte n-ulh a chain*, ihence we*l 80 chaina,
u.-r, north 10 chain., ihenc eut 80 chalna to
aael it Mmmencement.   ....���n���
Ktei liec. Slid. 1-10* . JOHN M'LEOD
M.J.a.SI. F.C. Elliott. Agent
0M.CaarUAteU'.an.l*Land Di.trict���DUtrlctol
Tata none, thai I. John MeUod ol Vancouver,
ac,oamp.iion btoktr, inlend to apply lor p��r-
aaaon to pt*o.t*ect lor .".I .nd pelroleum on the
ltOo��iG| <"e**cnbed l.nd*:
'. ('ommencing ��t . poot i'.ntad on the Dena
Rinr ���:������.-. I IS -ml it Irom ,i> moulh markod
III N.W. Corner, thence .outh ."0 chaina. thence
wt Ml rkatns, thenr,' north 80 chaina, thence
��r*0 fhiin, to point ol commencement.
1-rt IM S.M. mio. JOHN M'LEOD
N>. Ju. II. F. C. Elliott, Agent
Jaan fauloiie Uand. Land DUtrict���DUtrict ol
Ti" uun lhal I. John McLeod ol Vancouver,
| t-Cearaaaiton broker, intend to apply lor paras to on-pert lor co.1 and petroleum on the
I lw.-| lestnbad land.:
I t-Cwnmencing .1 . post planted on th. Dena
I h irf tboot I 1*2 mile. Irom Ita mouth narked
[ J U S i Crner, ihence aoulh 80 chain., thence
���.'.������>-. ',', ���,-, north 80 chalna, thence eaat
Quran Charlotte laland. La d Diatrict-Diatrirtol
8 eena
Take notice that I, John McLeod ul Vancouver,
.pply lor per-
petroleum on the
owing deacribad lands:
13.���Commencing at a poat pUnted at the
northeast ��� orr.-r ol Coai Licence No. 3481 marked
J. M. S. W. Corner, thence north 80 chains thenee
eaat 80 chaina,thence ao t-i 80 chains, thence weat
80 chains to point ol commencement.
Dated Dec. 26,1910. JOHN M'LEOD
Pub Jan. 21. F. C. Elliott, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land District���District ol
Take notice that 1, John McLeod ol Vancouver.
B. C. occupation broker, inlend to apply lor permiaaion to prospect lor coal and petroleum on the
(ollowing described lands:
14 ���Commrncin at a post p.nti> at the
northeaat comer ol Coal Licence No. 34-11 mnrked
J. M* N. W. Jjrner. thencesouth SO chaina, ther.ce
eaat SO cbalna, thenc north 80 chains, thence weat
80chai a to point ol c > nen.* mat
Date i.e. ii, nno. mils' 1*1.  tin
Pub. Jan. 21. F- C. Elliott, Agent
Queen Charlotte IsUnds Und District���District of
Take notice that 1, John McLeod of Vuncouvcr
H. C, occupalion broker, intend lo apply lor , er-
misaion to prospect for coal and pelroleum on the
lollowing descrilied landa:
16.���Commcnc.ng al a post planted about one
mile eaat ol the southeast corner ol Coal Licence
No. 3477 marked J. M. S. E. Corner, thci.cp north
80 chaina, thence west 80 chaina, thence aouth 80
chaina, thence oast 80 chains to point ol commencement.
Dated Dec. 29, 1910. JO        M'  I OD
Pub. Jan. 21 F. C. Elliott Agent,
Queen Charlotte lslunds Land Diatrict���DUtrict ol
Take notice that I, John McLeod ol Vanvoucer
B. C, occupation broker, intend to apply (or p.r
miaaion to proapect for coal and petroleum on the
lollowing described landa:
16,���Commencing at a post planted about one
mile eaat ol the aoutheaat corner ol Coal Licence
No. 3477 marked J. M. S. W. Corner, thence
north 80 chaina, thence eaat 80 chains, thence aouth
80 chaina, thence weat 80 chain, lo point ol commencement.
Date.1 Dec. 29th, 1910. JOHN    M'LEOD
Pub. Jan.21.
Queen Charlotto Island. Land District���District ol
Take notice that I, John McLeod ol Vancouver,
B. C., occupation broker, Inlend to apply (or permisaion to prospect tor coal and pertoleum on tbe
(ollowing doacribed landa:
26.���Commencing at a poat planted about ono
mile north and two milea eut ol the northeast
corner ol Coal Licence No. 3477 marked J. M
N.W. Corner, thence aouth 80 chalna, thence cast
80 chains, thence north 80 chain*, thence west 80
chains to point ol commencement.
Dated Jan. 1, 1911. JOHN M'LEOD
Pub. Jan.21. F. C. Elliott, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land DUtrict���Diatrict ol
Take notice that I, John McLeod of Vancouver ,
B. C, occupation broker, Intend to apply lor per
m Usion to prospeet lor eoal and petroleum on the
following described lands:
26 ��� Commencing at a post planted about one
mile north and two miles east ol the northeast
corner ot Coal Licence No. 3477 marked J. M. N.
E. Corner, thence south 80 chains, thence west 80
chain*, thence north 80 chains, thence eaat 80
chain* to point of commencement.
Dated Jan. 1, 1911. JOHN M'LEOD
Pub. Jan.21. F. C. Elliott. Agen.
Queen Charlotte Island* Und District���Dwtrict ol
Take notice that I, John McLeod ol Vancouver,
B. C, occup.tion broker, intend to apply lor permission to proapect (or coal and petroleum on the
lollowing described land*:
27.���Commencing at a poat planted about two
mil.'* east ol the aouth east corner of Coal Licence
No. 3477 marked J. M. S. W. Corner, thence north
80 chains, thence eaat 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence west 80 chaina to point of commencement.
Dated Jan. 1,1911. JOHN M'LEOD
Pub. Jan. 21. P. C. Elliott, Agent
Quaen Charlotte laland. Land DUtrict���Dutrict ol i gUMn charlotte lalanda Land Dislrici���District ol
Take notice that I, John McLeod ol Vancouver,
B. C, occupation broker, intend to apply lor permiaaion to proopect for coal and petroleum on the
lollowing deacribed landa:
36.���Commencing at a poat planted  about two
Take notice that 1, Thoa. It Davey ol Queen
Charlotte, occupation   notary  public,  intend  to
apply  lor  permUalon  to proapect  for coal and
petroleum on tho lollowing deacribed land:
...���_^,���Mwm�����.m �� . ������. .   -7-.��� ��� 1    Commencing at a post planted nine milea north
milea north ol the northeast comer ol Coal Licence I ��nj ���.vl.n m]��� cut ���[ Section 13, Townahip 7.
No. 3476 markad J. M. S. E. Corner, thanca north
80 chain., thence weat 80 chain., thence aouth 80
chalna, thence eaat 80 chain, to point ol commencement.
Dated Jan. 4, 1911 JOHN MUOI)
Pub. Jan. 21. t. C. Elliott, Agent
Queen Charlotto lalanda land DUtrlcl -DUtrict of
Taka notica that 1, John McLeod ol Vancouver,
B. C, occupation broker, intend to apply lor permiaaion to proapect for coal and potroleum on the
lollowing deacribed landa:
:I7. Commencing at a poal plantod about two
mile, north ol the northeaat corner ol Coal Licence
No. 3476 marked J. M. S. W. Corner, thenn north
80 chain., thence eaat 80 ebaina, thence aouth 80
chain., tnence west 80 chaina to point of com
D.ted Jan. 4,1911. JOHN M'LEOD
Pub. Jan. tl. F. C. Elliott, Agent
Queen Charlotte lalanda Land DUtrict���DUUiil ol
Take notice that I, John McLeod ot Vancouver,
B. C, occupation broker, intend to apply tor permiaaion to proapect (or coal and petroleum on t he
lollowing deacribed land.:
38.���Commencing at a poet planted about three
miles north of the northwest corner ol Coal Licence
No. 3475 marked J. M. N. E. Comer, thence snuth
80 chains, thence wesl 60 chains, thence north 80
chains, tnence east 81) rhaira to point ol commencement.
Dated Jan. 4,1911. JOHN M'LEOD
Pub. Jan. 21. F. C. Elliott. Agent
I SSSta to uw.l ol rommencement
I Iom im :*����� HIU ���"-
M> Ju.ii.
F. C. Elliott, Agent
I ��mb> CUrt.11- lurd, Und DUtrict���DUtrict ol
_. Skeena
, B "����� -*"����� '�����' I. John McLeod ol V.ncouver.
I 1 ..*.;,:.-. broker, intend to apply lor per-
J *"*���*���*������ t* proireei lor eoal and petroleum on the
loUnri oas-nt-ed Und.:
.,'-.lE��***i *' * r**,t Planted on the Dona
II JTo 1 ' ' '** lm"*. '""n If mouth markad
I j. M s t forner. thence north 80 chalna, thenee
I _*_M "*'-*��� "lenee ��uth 80 chain., thence .eat
I W.*^?'�� I*-*-1" "I commenaeroanu
I MlW hrt. 1910. JOHN M'LEOD
lraa.Jta.tl F. C. Elliott. Agent
|*wCbarlott, ItJ.nd* Und Dlitrict���DUtrict of
e. Skeena
Titanoueeth.i I.John McUod ol Vancouver,
I . i. we-ntuon broker, Intend to apply lor par-
��aao�� 10 p.o.|��t |or M,| ,���d petroleum on the
"���"l'l B-unbto landa
it ommencing at a poat  planted  about 5
Lflftn "' "" northM.1 corner ol Timber
E5ISlffl* *"*** J- M. S. W. Corner, thence
t*-ni m ch,,*,,, th,.���c raat HO chalna, thence aouth
I *-"***'��� ������**-������*��� ��e,t so chain, to point ol com-
a art-Maw* p 1
Queen Ch.rlotte lalanda Und District���DUtrict ol
Take notice that I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
B, C, occupation broker, intend to apply tor permiasion to prospect lor coal and petroleum on the
follnwing described lands:
.   .,���.        , 1     28.  -Commencing at a post   planteil about two
F. O. r.lliou. Agent | m||M ,Ml 0| lTie southeast corner ol Coal Licence
Queen Charlotte lalanda Und DUtrlct-DUtrict ol > No. :3477 marked J. M. N. W. Corner, thence
Skeena aouth  80 chains, thence eaat  80 chains,  thence
Take notice that I, John McLeod ol Vancouver. 1 n<"'h 80 chain., thence west 80 chains to point
B. C, occupation broker, Intend to apply for per- [ JJ f05,m"'nTm,oniV John M't von
mission to proapect lor eoal and petrofeum on the   Dalad Jaa. 1.1911 JOHN M U <���!��
lollowing deacribed landa: I J*n* -'���
17.���Commencing at a poat planted about one j
mile eaat of the aoutheaat comer of Coal Licence j
No. 3477 marked J. M. N. W. Corner, thenee aouth | Queen Charlotte Islands Und District -Dlstricl ol
80 chaina. thance aaat 80 chalna, thence north 80
chaina. thence weat 80 chaina to poin lolcorrunencement.
Dated Dec. 29th, 1910. JOHN M'LEOD
Pub. Jan.21. F. C. Elliott, Agent
F. C. Elliott. Agent
Take notice that I, John McLeod ol Vancouver,
B. C, occupation broker, intend to apply lor permiaaion to proapect for coal and petroleum on the
(ollowing deecribed land.:
t9.���Commencing at a post planted about three
Queen Charlotle lalanda Land DUtrict���DUtrlctol   mllee eaat and one mile aouth ol the aoutheaat
Skaena ��� comer ol Coal Licence No. 3177 marked J. M. S. W
Take notice that I, John McLeod of Vencouve    Comer, thence north 80 chain., thence east ��0
B. C, occupation broker, Intend to apply (or par* I chain*, thence aouth 80 chalna, thence weet 80
miaaion to proapect lor coal and petroleum on the   chain, to point ol commencement,
lollowing deacribad landa: Dated Jan. 1, 1911 JOHN M LKOD
18.���Commencing at a poat planted about one   Pub. Jan. 21. F. C. Elliott, Agent
mile east of the aoutheaat corner ol Coal Licence
No. 3477 markad J. M. N. E. Corner, thencesouth ,
80 chain., thence weat 80 chain., thence north 80   Qu^n charlotte lalanda Und Diatrict -Diatrict ol
chaina, thenoa eut 80 ebaina to point ol commenea-1 Skaena
ment. '     Take notice that I, John McLeod ol Vancouver,
Dated Dec. 29th, 1*10. JOHN M'LEOD   B C , occupation broker, intend to apply tor per-
Pub. Jan. tl. F. C. Elliott, Agent | m^ion to proapect for coal and petroleum on the
Quaen Charlotte lalanda Und Diatrict-DUtrict ol !  %oT "commencing   at   a   post   planted   about
Skeena ! lhrM. mi|H ,.,,, ��m| 0ne mile aouth ol th. sourt-
Take notica that I, John McLeod ol Vancouver, rv,t __���,��� 0f Coal Licence No. 3477 marked J. M
B. I'., occupation broker, intend to apply lor par- , Nj y/ Corner, thence aouth 80 ehaina, thenee eaat
miaaion to pri-l-eet lor coal and petroleum on the H0" eha|nli thence north 80 chaina, thence west 80
lollowing described landa: j ehaina to point ot commencement. ___
19.    Commencing at a po.t planted one mie   Drtad Jan1 1,1911. JOHN M'LEOD
north ol the northeaat corner ol Coal Licence No   Puh  ,,. .>j F. C. Klliott, Agent
347T marked J. M. 8. W. Corner, thence north 8
chalna, thence eaat 80 chalna, therce aouth 8
ehaina, tbence weat 80 chain, to point ol torn , ..        ch   ,olw ,,,,���,,, Lind ijutrlct -DUtrict ol
Skeena Und Di.trict-Dlstriet of Coast
Take notice that Henry Macartney of Prinee
Rupert, B.C.. occupation miner, intenda tu apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a poet planted on left bank uf
Ex-chum-aik Kiver about two and a half milea
from it" mouth and about one hulf mile above
rapids, thence north 80 chalna. thence eaat 40
chain., thence aouth 80 chalna more let. to river
bank, thence weat 40 chalna more ur lesa along
river bank to point of commencement, containing
320 acres, more or leaa
Date Dec. 10.1910.
Pub. Jan. 7.1911. HKNRY MACATNEY
(iraham IaUnd and marked No. 02, f. It. I)., S. W
eomer, thence eaat 80 chains, tnence north 80
chalna, thence weat 80 chains, thence aouth 80
chain, to point ol commencement, containing 640
acres more or leas.
Dated Nov. 10. 1910. THOS   11. DAVEY
Pub. Dee. 3. Wilson Cowing, Agent
Queen Charlotte laland. Und DUtrict -District ol
Take notice that I, Thoa. R. Davey ol Queen
Charlotte, occupation notary public, intend to
apply for permiaaion to proapect lor coal and petroleum un thu lollowing deecribed land:
Commencing at a poet planted nine miles north
and aeven mllea eaat ot Section 13, Township 7
Craham lsiand and marked No. 61, T. It D. H. E.
corner, thence north 80 chan. thence weat 80
chaina, thenre aouth 80 chaina, thence eaat 80
chalna to point ol commencement, containing 640
acrea more or haa*.
Dated Nov. 10, 1910 THOS U. DAVEY
Pub. Dee. 3. Wllaon Gowing, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islanda Und DUlrict - DUtriet ol
Take notice that I. Thos. It. Davey ol l,'ueen
Charlotte, occupation nutary puhlic, intend to
apply (or permiaaion to prospect for eoal and
petroleum on the following ileer-ribed land:
Commeneing at a post planted three mllea
north and seven milea east ol Section 13, Township
7, Graham laland and marked No. 71, T. R. IV. 8.
W. corner, thence east 80 chains, thence north 80
chain., thence weet 80 chaina, thenee aouth 80
chain, to point ol rommencement. containing 640
acre,   more   or   lens.
D.ted Nov. 12, 1910. TIIOS. R. DAVEY
Puh. D*x. 3. Wllaon Cutting, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islanda Und DMriet���Dlalrict ol
Take notice that 1. Thoa. R. Davey nt Queen
Charlotle, occupation notary public, intend to
apply lur i-ermisaion to prospect lor eoal and
petroleum on the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted three milea
north and seven miles eaat ol Section 13, Townahip
7, Oraham Island and marked No. 72, T. R. IV, N.
E. corner, thence eaat 80 chalna, thenee aouth 80
chaina, tnence weet 80 chalna, thenca north 80
chalna to point of commencement, containing 640
acrea more or lea*.
Dated Nov. 12. 1910. THOS. IL DAVEY
Pub. Dec. 3. Wtlaon Gowing, Agent
-Dirtrict ot
Skeena Land DUtrict-District ol Cuaet
Take notice that Edward Thomas ol Vancouver,
B. C, occupation timber man, intends to apply
lor permission to purchaae thc lollowing deacrihed
Commencing at a post planted on the west shore
Owen Chariotte IaUnda Und Diatrict
Take notice that I, Thoa. H. Davey ol Queaa
Charlotte,  occupation   notary   public,  intend  to
apply  lo*  permiaaion  to prmpect lor eoal and
; petroleum on the lollowing drwribed It.ld*.
Commencing at a poat plantad thr,,- milea
north and seven miles east nl Section 13, Township
of Ukelae Lake about 60 "chalna in a north-easterly ", Graham laland and marked No. 73, T. R. D., 8.
direction Irom the outlet at the lake (U KeUe ! W. comer, thence north 80 chains, thence east 80
River) thenoe north 20 chns, thenee weat 40 chaina, ' chaina, thence aouth 80 ehalns, thence weat 80
thence south 20 chain, to the lake ahore, thene* : chain, lo point of commeneement. containing 640
following the lake ahoro to point ol commencement. I acrea mor* or Ir
Dated Dec. 30. 1910.
Pub. Jan. tl.
F.C. Klliott, Agent
Take notire thai I, John Mcl-ood ol Vancouvor,
B. C occupation broker, intend to apply lor per-
mUaton to prospect for co.1 .nd petroleum on th*
lollowing described land.:
31.���Commencing at a poat planted about thro*
mllea east and one mile south ol the Mutheut
ol Coal Licence No. 3477 marked J.  M.
F. C. EUlott, Agenl
.Ckartott, !��!,���,!, Urid Uurtrict���DUtrict ol
11 **.***> that I, John McUod ol Vancouver,
1   - .oerui��tK,n broker, Inlend to apply lor p*r-
,   JJ "> |iro.*s*ct lor coal and petroleum on th*
���ra-MM l.nd.:
_X_*1_****_\ al a po.1 planted about 6
"I lhe northfut corner ol Timber
{���i�� marked J. M. N. W. Corner,
I!-m_-*Hl:S 'h'irm- "������nee eaal 80 chalna,
IkaTJ^ ''"'ln*. '�����"������* f* 80 cbalna to
llt.,1,, """meneenienl.
F.C.Elliott. Agent
luriotlr lalinr), Unj |)Ulr|c,
. Skeena
It V  .���sT""!'"' l"-��'"' Mcleod ol Vancouver,
loiaT11"'1''" ,""k"* '"bsnd to apply for per-
���f.;ra sx1 ,nd ^mwum m the
\m_n, '^IT'?*".* " �� !���� planted about 6
Ua *��",?.���,,���"' n*>r-il**aat comer ol Timber
PSlg^ff__*��* J- M. N. E. Comer,
BSSS &!_*__*���______>* **_ 80 chalna,
���B nl 111     '���"'���"'��� lh*n<** ""*���"��� 80 chaina to
��� ~- , .'jnrnmeneenunt,
0, Klliott, Agent
|l*"il No
INklan u"
Queen Charlotte IaUnda Und DUtriet���DUtrict ol
Take notice that I, John McUod ol Vancouver,
B. C, occupation broker, intand to apply lor per-        ���..	
miaaion to proapect lor eoal and petroleum on the   j^ E Comer, thence south 80 chains, thence
following deeciibed landa: go chains, Ihence north 80 chains, thence ���
20.- Commencing at a poat planted on* m ile   cj,m|n< l0 point ol commeenement.
north ol the northeaat  corner ul Coal LltallHI ftStS JanTl, 1911. JOHN M'LKOD
No. 3477 marked J. M. S. E. Corner, thence north   p__,  ,ln 21. F. C. Klliott, Agent
80 chaina, thence weat HO ehaina, thenee south 80 1
chain., thence eaat 80 chal <a t* point ol 00m-
D-tt'edDec'.'so, 1910. JOHN M'LEOD   Queen Charlotte lalanda Und DUtrict -DUtrlctol
I'ub  Jan.21. F. C. E. Holt. Agent Skeena
' '     Take notice that I. John McLeod ol Vancouver,
Queen Charlotte lalanda Und DUtrict-DUirict ol B. C, occupaUon broker, Intend to apply lot��� per-
' Skeana ' miaaion 10 proapeet for coal and petroleum on the
Take notice that I, John Mcl.eod ul Vanoouvir   following deacribed landa: 	
B. C. occupation broker, intend to apply lor per- 32.���Commeneing at a pet planted HNtaji
misaion to prospect lor co.l and petroleum on the mile north ol the northweal: corner ol t oal LlMno.
lollowing deacribed landa: No. 3479 marked J. M. S. B. Corner, thence nortn
21.-Comm.Mlni at a po.t planted on. mil*   80 ahalne thence weat 80���*����>���.'hence eouin nu   ^^   _ ^ --��  __d w ^^
north ol the northeaat comer ol Coal Lio.no* I chain., thence eaat 80 chain, to point ol com 1 Jj ^ mJmt\,J*. rorrCT ���, Lo, mg (U.rvey Sur-
No. 3477 marked J. It. N. W. Corner, thene* . mencement. ���_. M,, E0D I >ey), thene* 60 ehaln* north, thoac* 60 chain, east-
aouth 80 chain., thence east 80 chain., thence   Datedf Jan, 4, 1911. e KBIeS Agent   thence 60 chaina aouth, thenc* 60 chalna weat to '
po.1 ol commaneament, conulnlni 360 acre., more
conuining 80 acrea more or leaa.
Bated Nov. 7, 1910, KDWARD THOMAS
Pub. Dae. 1*
Skeena Und DUtrict���DUtrict of Coaat
Take notire that Donald Claeber, ol Urecken-
ridge landing Prince  Rupert,  B. C., occupation
larmer, intend, to apply lor permiaaion to purchase
th. lollowing deacribed landa:
Commencing at a poat planted about Ave mile,
in a aouth easterly direction Irom Bracken,
ridge Unding. and at the aouthweat eorner ol
Ut 3066, thence aouth 80 chain., thenee aaat 80
ch.ins, thanea north 60 chain, more or baa to the
aouth east comer ol Lot 3062, thenc* weat 40 chaina
mora or leea, along th* lot tin* 3062 thenc* nonh
20 ehaina, mora or laaa, along lot tin* 8062 to
Ih. .oath aaat earner of Lot 3066, thence wat
40 chain, mora or le��, along lot Una 9066 to thc
plan ol rommencement. containing 660 acre,
more or leaa
Dated Oct. 2��. 1910 DONALD CLACHEH
Pub. Nov. 17.
Skeena Und Di.trict-Di.trict of Coaat.
Tak. nolice that L. W. Sloan of Prince Rupert,
occupation hou-wwlfe. Intend, to apply for permUalon to purchaae the following deacribed
Commencing at a pint planteil at S. W. corner
K>t 1707 marked L. W. S. .outh ea.t corner and
running north 80 chains, thence west 20 chalna,
thence aouth 80 chains, thence eaat 20 chain* lo
Boint of commencement, containing 160 acre..
UU* Dec. tt. 1910. 	
Pub. Dec. M. law. LURECTIA W. SLOAN
Dated Nov. It, 1910.
Pub. Dee 3.
Wilson Gnwing. Ar*nt
Quean Charlotle lsl.nd, Und Dictrict���DUtrict af
Tak* nolle* thai I. The*. R. Davey ol Queen
Charlotte, occupation notary public, intend lo
apply lor p*rmu*w>n lo proapact (er eoal and
petroleum on lh. lollowing dweribed l.nd:
Commencing si a port planted thirteen mile*
north and right milea eaM nl Section 13. Townahip
7. Graham lrland and marked No. 66, T. R D., .N
W. comer, tbence eaat 80 chalna, Ihenee Mirth 80
chain., thmc* west 80 ch.ina, tbence north no
ehains to point ol commencement, containing 640
acre, more or leaa.
Dated Nov. 9. 1910. TIIOS. R. DAVKY
Pub. Dec. 3. WiUon Cowing. Agent
Skwna Und DUtrict���Queen Charlotte IaUnd*
Tak. notice that 30 dava after dale I. Ferdinand
G. Tapert, larmer, ot Skidegste, II. C, inlend to
apply 10 the Chie* Commiasioner ol Und., lor a
license In prospect fnr coal, oil and pelroleum on
and under the lollowing dr***erils**d lands
Commeneing al a poet planted at the northeaat
comer sl Ut 611, Graham Island, thenee Muth 80
chaina, thenee eart 80 chain., Ihenee north 80
chain., Ihenee weal 80 chain, lo point ol commencement, .nd containing 640 .ere.. _.���...-.
Date.1 Nov. 14. 1910. FREDINAND 15. TAPKRT
Pub. Dee. 10
DUtrict ol
li-.iii"i,      """Cement.
pMClMMM l-l.nd.Und DUtrlet-DtotnH ..
Tu.,  . Skeen.
I"'" -Timl^ 'v*0'1? H*1***- "I Vancouver,
JlawX���^-'- '"'end   to apply |���, p, '.
I ���*���������. ess teff* ���""- p*-1"**���*** ��n 5
Us \ngL_* V,*"-1 '-'��"*ce No. 3482 markad
15" *> chain. lh.'s    ""* J0-lh ,0 c,"--r"-' 'hence
Ml Ka-aTS-S tnr"'n.ncemMit.
W Jir, J|   '' 10 JOHN M'LEOD
P.C. Elliott, Agant
^ri^**l-JgrAUM DUtrict-DUtrieto.
\mt**^mS!!___f_\ t .ttMfe
HH !��� \*mmmmtmmt\*S t�� ""P1-" ,0r P"-
�����jgj L-ftZ %g* *"�� P����rofcum onth.
1 *i�� ���'��� 9*m th.���rlC",iJ fifjffl m"k*A
RS *"���"-.. thine. -ZSmV' ?��, 'Mn'' *****
SBK ���" ttSTtJSS 5 '���*���'"��� ���Jwno�� eart
^,l��e 2*. Kin comiT'encem.nt.
Skeen. Und  District     District ol Ceart
Tak* notic* that Lionel   Dineen of llrandon,
Man., occupation teacher,   mend, to   .pply lor
permUalon   t*  purchaae  Ike   following  dearribed
Commencing at . port planted at  the   wuth-
north 80 chaina, thence waat 80 ehaina to point of   Pub. Jan. 21
commencement. ��������� ,,��� ������..
PaSSS* ""��- F. Ke^SSS   Queen Charlotte IaUnd. Und DUtrict DUtrict ol
Queon Chariotte lalanda Und Dl.trlct-DUtrlct ol      Take notice that L.John McLeod of Vancouver.
Tak* notice that I, John McLeod ol Vancouver,
B. C, occupation broker, intend to apply for permiaaion to proapect lor coal and petroleum on the
following described land*: .
22��� Cnmmencing at a po.t planted   one mile
Nor,h347��7 marked" M"N "'"cornerSbe'iiS ! ^n-Tthin* w��ig0 ehiln*^W point ol .ommence-
80 chalna, thence we.t 80 chain., thence north 80 I menC f _ j  (m( JQHN M.LE0D
B. C, occupation broker, Intend to apply lor per-
mUalon to proopect lor eoal and petroleum on t n��
lollowing deacribed landa: 	
S3.���Commencing at a port planted aliout on*
mile north ol tho northweal corner ol Coal Licence
No. 3479 markad J. M. S. W. Corner, thence north
chaina, thenc* eaat 80 chain., thence .outh 80
chain., thenc* ea.t 80 chain, to point ot com-
Dated Dee. 80,1910.
I'ub. Jan. 21.
F.C.Elliott, Agtnt
' 1910.
t. C EUlott. Agent
Queen Charlotte laland. Und DUtrict-DUtrieto
Tak* notlc* that I, John McUod ol VnneOTver
B. C, occupation broker. InUnd to apply lor permiaaion to promeet lor eoal and prtroUum on tha
lollowing daacribad land.:
t3.-Comra.nelng at a port planted "bou.,k^!!
mil* north and two mil*. a*at Jf th.! "��rth"*f
eorn.r .1 eoal Lien*. No. 8477 marked J. M.
8. E. Com.r, th*n*e north 80 **^_____***_mS_
80 chain., thene* ��uth 80 eh.ln., th*ne* ea.t 8W
TtmtmX ~lT^i**%Vmmm^m M'LEOD
ISamW. F.C. Elliott, Agrtit
Quean Chariott* Wand. Und DUtriet-DUtriet ol
Tak. notie. that I, JotaMcUod ol V'ncouvw.
B. C, oeeupatlon broker. int��nd _*<____**SJS_\
miaaion to proapeet lor eoal and prtrofeum on tb*
lollowini deecribed land.:        ���..���,J(H .u... 0ne
24.-Comm.nclnf at I *^J**f*avJrtl��TJlat
mile north and two mlW. fagjl *__\_S^TU,
eom�� ol Coal Lteane* No. 8477 ***** J* m.
8. W. Com��r, thenee north 80 chain., thenc*
m*. 8? chain.. th��c* ,-uU. 80 ebjin., th.ne.
Date.1 J.n. 4, 1911.
Pub. Jan. 21.
F. 0. Elliott, Agent
Queen Charlotte labtnda Und DUtrict���DUtrict ol
Tak* notie* that I, John McUod ol Vancouver,
B. C, occupation broker, Intond to apply lor p*r-
mlaalon to proapect lor eoal and petroleum on the
lollowing deaerlbed landa: 	
M.-Commaneini at a port planted .taut.MM
mil* north ol th* northwet eorner ol Coal Liotnro
No. 8479 marked J. M. N. E. Cornar, tlwne��*otith
80 ehaina, three, wwt 80 chain., th*nc* north 80
chain., th*no�� Mat 80 ehaina to point of com-
Dltid^an1,, 1911 JOHN M'LEOD
Pub J.Jf 21 P. C. EUlott. Ag.nt
Oueen Chariott* laland. Und DUtrict -DUtrict of
Skeana ,  ,���
T.k. nolle, t h.t I, John Mel-aod of Vaneouwr,
B. Oh occupation brok.r, Intand to apply for pormUaion to proatsKt lor co.l .nd prtroUum on tb*
lollowini deacribod l.nd.: ____.__,
86.-t*oinmmelng at a pet planUd ataoton.
mil. norlh ol th. northwMt eorn.r of Coal Licence
No 3479 markad J. M. N. W. Corn*r. ttane* amrth
80 ehaln., ttanc* Mat 80 chalna, ttanc. north��
chalna, th*nc* WMt 80 ehaina to point of eom-
it-  coa...".  wsy����� .���"��� .���*-.-, meneameni.
Rff^SlF5 ��' ^""^N M'LEOD   gaud J���. 4.19111
Datad Ju 1.
F.C EUIo(i.AfantlPub.J.n.21.
F. C. Elliott, Agant
or la .
Datod Nov. 14, 191*.
Pub. D*c. 17.
Fre.1 Bohler, Agent
DUlrict .1 Coast
Alton of Port Simp., n,
Intend,   te  apply   lor
lollowing  descrilied
Skeen. Und DUtrict
T.k. nolice lhat Sarah K
B.   C.  occupation   aunt*,
ptrmlsaion  to  purchaae  th.
Commencing at a poat planteil at the northwest
corner 140 eh.ln. east and 20 chaina south ol the
northewt corner of Ut  1116 (Harvey Survey;, . Mii.	
thenee 80 chalna east,  thenee   80  chains  south, 1 ehaina' to point ol eommeneement, conuining ��0
th.nce 80 eh.ln. wesl. Ihenc* north 89 chain. 10 | lcr���, mon or \���,,
Skeen. Und DUtrict Qu,s*n Chirlnlle LUivl.
Take notie* that 30 dnvs alter date I, Ferdinand
(1. T.pert. larmer. o Skideg.te, 11. C��� inlend I*
apply lo the Chief Commbwioner ol Unda, lor .
and under tbe following dewclhed lands
Commencing .1 . pot planted 20 chains north
of the MUthrvtt corner nl Ut Uf. Graham Island,
thence Muth 80 chains, Ihence .nst nil ebaina
Ihenee nerth 80 chains, th'nee wret 80 chain., to
I oint ot eommeneement. and containing 6411 acrm
hated Nov. 14,1910. FERDINAND G. TAI'KHT.
Pub  Dee. 10.
Queen Chariott* laland. Und DUtriet DUtrict ol
Take notice that I. Thoa It. Davey of Qum
Charlotte, occupation notary public, Inlend U
apply for permiaaion to proepcel lor coal and
pelroleum on the following deecribed land:
Commencing at a post planted thirteen miU*
north and three mllni Mat ol Section 11. Townahip
7, (irsham laland and marked Nn. 80, T. R. D . 8.
E. corner, thenee weat 80 chain., thence north 80
ehaina, thenee Mat 80 chalna, thenee eouth 8*
post ol commencement, conuining 640 .croa, more
D.ted'Nov. 14, 1910. SARAIi E. ALTON
Pub. Dae. 17. Fred Bohler, Agent
Skeen. Und Distriet    Dirtrict ol CoMt
Take notic* that May Dineea ol Port Simpaon,
B. C, occupation stenographer, inUnda to apply
tor permission to purchase th* loUowlng deecribed
Commencing >t . poat planud at th. northwest
earner 108 ehaina eut and 20 ehains narth .1 tb*
northeast comer ol Ut 1116 tHarrty Survey),
then*. 80 chain, eut, thence 40 eh.lns south,
thsne* 80 ch.lns weat, thane* 40 chain, north to
th. port ol eommeneement. conuining 820 acre..
111*1* or l*m. ._, ��.����,,,��.���
Daud Nov. 14,1910. MAY DINKKN
Pub. Dm. 17. Prod B.hl*r, Agant
Skuna Und DUtriet���DUtriet ol Cout Rang. 6
Tak. notica that Harry Uv*r ol Print* Rupert,
B.C., occupation plartarer^ InUnda U apply lor
D.ted Nov, 13. 1910.
Pub. Dm. 3.
Wilson Gnwing  Agent
p-armieeion ' to   purehu.   th.   following
Commencing rt . port planud 10 ehaina -aaat
of tb. northeaat oorner of John Furlong', aurveyad
prwmptlon (Blaek'a recent survey Auguat 21,1910)
on th* Mat aid. tt* UkeUe Uk*. th.nc wut 80
���bain, mora or lu., thene* north 40 ebaina, thanee
���aat 80 ehaina, thenee aouth 40 ebaina u point ol
c��m��MMm.nt. containing ItOge^mor.jtaa
Pub. Nov. 8. Chaa. M. Wllaon, Agmt
Skeena   Und   DUtriet    Quun  Charlotle   Island*
Take noliee |lh4 80 days alter date I, Ferdinand
(i. Tapert, farmer, ol SkidegaU, R. t*., Intend lo
apply tn the Chief Commissioner ol Unda, lor .
license lo prospecl lor coal, ull and lietroleum on
.nd under the following deaerlbed lands-
Commencing at a |*o��t planted at the MUthWeat
eorner ol Ut 286, Graham Island, thenee north 80
ehaina,  thence eut  80 chains,  thenee  sooth   80
ebaina, thenee wert 80 chains lo point ol eommenciv*
ment, aad conuining 640 acre*.
Deled Nov. 14,1910.   KKRDINAND 0, TAPKRT
Pub. Dm. It
Skeen*  Und   District-Queen  CharlotU  Island.
Take notice th.t 80 day. alur date I, Ferdinand
O. T.pert, larmer, ol Sklde*g.u, II. C, InUnd to
apply tn the ChUI Commissioner ol Und., lor m
license lo proapact tor eoal, oil and petroleum on
and under lhe following deacribed lands:
Commeneing at a port planted at the Muthnsut
eomer of Ut 886. Graham lsl.nd. thenee sooth aa
ehains, thenee eaat 80 chains, ihenee nnrth 88
chain., Ihene* wut 80 eh.ln. to point ol com menu
ment, and conUlning 640 arm.
Datad Nov. 14,1810. FKIIDINANDO.TAPERT
Pub. Dm. It THE   PRINCE   RUPERT   0PT1M18T
The Prince Rupert Optimist
'-trfr-HE OPTIMIST ia the leading newspaper of Northern British Columbia.
h'l   has grown up with the city.
' ADVERTISING RATES are one price to all-25c per inch each issue for display
'���'���' matter This rate applies to all advertising without distinction of quantity
!��   'or time of contract.   Transient advertising will be charged at 10c. per line.
Condensed Advertisements.
Daily Edition.
Saturday. Feb. 4
How The Treaty Will Help Prince Rupert
After the appals to ignorance by tht corporation politicians in the Legislature'who have pictured biue ruin or ui all if tht F.deral Governmen succeed*
In its llorts o rebate $7,000,000 taxes on .he people's food, some pertinent facts
about what t he tn aty will do to build up Prince Rupert are made n.ctssary. Th.st
funs ought lo have been expound-d by the mjimbtr for Skeenu lo his con.iti.ueiUs
and io the Houst.l.u' 'nf ���ud 'hat gen 'email has gone to V;ctor>a lo join the corpora'ion line-up to prevail ih, treaty being ratified. Th*. 'acts an. oi paramount
importance, because they concern the fishing industry, the most important of
all our coast indus rios. and the one which shows mos�� promise of development.
Last year tht British Columbia salmon pack wa*. 738.4S5 cases; 593 000
of the cases were of sockeys and the liner kinds of fish: the balance were of hump
back and dog salmon Our salmon pack looks very large until wc line it up with
the. Alaska pack which last year tolalled 2,391,000 cases. This indicates the possibilities of tl.e market.
Although the British Columbia salmon is of a higher grade than the Alaskan
salmon, the latter has been g.-tting higher prices. For the liner kinds il secured
$1 a can, and for the cheaper kinds 75 cents a case more than the B. C. salmon
on the average. This wus because the Alaskan salmon was "protecUd" by th
U. S. Government by a duty of a een. a pound. Thut cent a pound, usually with
a little more tucktd on, wus paid by the ignorunt und oft-times poor consumer.
Hal It only known it, it wus thc hutefullest kind of tux. Usually he thought it
patriotic, or believed that In some mysterious wuy the gowrnm nt paid it for him.
I'nder tht proposed reciprocity treuty. that cent a pound U to be taken oil
thu fish by th. United Slates government, with the rts\ilt thnt British Columbian
salmon may b-. sold in the United StaUs markets without being tax. d. If present
prices prevail, it will mean un added profit of 75c to $1 a cas, to t he B. ('. canners
!on all tl.e sulmon they sell across thc line. What is more likely, the canner and
the conaumi r will divide t he pric. between thtm, io thc advantage of both.
The ratifying of the treaty means that a new market for '2,391,000 cases of
salmon is to be op< iu d to thi B. C. canners. Already John Wallace of Work Island
near Swanson Buy is urranging t o instal a 50,000 case plant if t he trt aty goes through;
Mr. Goss of Knight's Inlet with a 20,000 pack last year, is urranging to instal
a 50.000 case plant, while Desbrisay, the Prince of Wales Island canner, who had
to close down his plant when tht Island was ceded to Canudu under the Alaskun
��� award, is awaiting in Ottawa the ratification of the treaty in order to go ahead
with a 35,000 cast* plant on the Island near Port Simpaon, All along thc coast,
the canners arc awaiting news that the tax on food is cast off in order to incrias.
thtir plums, whil. those Interests who profit most by keeping the people's food
supply 'down, an* movini: heaven nnd eurth and legislatures to prevent the treaty
from passing.
The good effects of tho treaty on our trade would not stop he."e. At present
the cheaper kinds of salmon ure not profitable to pack. Some canneries only pack
ther. because it is the- cheapest way of disposing of them. But there is a market
abroad for cheap salmon, and if the treaty pass.s, the millions of humpbacks which
now till our creeks and buys each spring to tit: fisherman's dilgwt, will become
the mean*, of producing orolits and revenue
With fre. trade in fish, the Seattle licet, will no longer huve to tuke a six day-H'
trip away from the bunks io land their catch in Seattle free of duty. It will be
more profitable for them to put into Prince Rupert, and tranship their cargos
t�� the fivers, and return to thi banks. The fishing and shipping industries ot the
i coast on which ~o much of Prince Rupert*! hope of prosperity is built will get a
big fillip if the tn'iity curries.
Tin* member for Skeena will huve a lot to answer for on his return if he casts
his vote along with the railway corporation interests at Victoria uguinst free food
and i lie upbuilding o( the fishing industry.
It Is a Cruel Slander
Now that it has bo-en admitted by the organ of thc City Council that it is
��� the deliberate intention of the authorities to perpetuate vice in the city by affording
protection to those immoial house*, whose proprietors have votes, tht Moral and
Social Reform Council of Princi Rupert would do well to take -om* action in the
way of txpreeaing their views nf 'hat policy. If they do not, iheir action iu passing
a vole of hearty apprecia iin lo lh" authorities will be taken as . vitl. nee to support
the claim ihul tiny an- pan it's io tli. prcsi'iii arrangement of retaining the parlor
Whih Wi have no communication from either of the reverend gentlemen
mentioned whow narau an* quoted in such a manner ai to-r*ad the unthinking
to believt ihat they coincided with the Instructions to the Chief of Police, knowing
thul those instructions were intended to protect the parlor hints ft, tht Optimist
pre'trs t believt that the Statement i- a deliberate slander. Certainly lo quote
the Incidental remarks of a local minister as justification for the polity of segregation is as cruel us it is unfair.
A Crest-Fallen Editor
For his action in insisting that tht City Council cut $40 off a bill for advertising
Bint in by u member of the Council al last meeting, Aldermun Puttullo is worthy
of public praise Had it not been (or his watchfulness nnd courage, the bill would
huve bein passed and would have formed a precedent for passing other overcharged
accounts for advertising
In this ens. the editor-alderman in addition to inserting the ordered advertising, prinu d over each u lurge and Imposing looking crest In some cas.s the crest
occupied more space than the advertisement. For the spue, so occupLd payment
at the rate of $1.20 un inch was chu.gcd. The alderman's excuse when calk d upon
for an cplnnatinn was thai he thought it was customary to print a crest over city
Curiously enough lust. Saturday's edition of the Vancouver Sunset in printing
a list of the ntWipapera which ure alleged to have got govirnm int "pnp" through
adve lising lus. year, had the Prince Rupert Evening Empire down fo. $647.60,
and the Optimist for $166.40.
It looks as if those cresls did good work last year with che Provincial Govern-
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Each in Hia Own Tongue
A fire, a mist, and s planet,
A crystal and a cell,
A jellyfish and a saurian,
And a cave where the cave-men dwell.
Then a sense of law and beauty
And a face turned from the clod,
Some call it Evolution,
Others call it God.
A mist on the far ho-izon,
The tender, infinite sky,
The rich, ripe tint of the cornfields,
And the wild geese Bailing by;
And all over the lowland and upland
The charm of the golden rod,
Some of us call it Autumn,
Others call it God.
j Like waves on a crescent sea beach
When the moon is new and thin,
| into our souls gn>at yearnings come,
The public nre wnrnni to keep nway from the I    Welling and surging in;
works while bUi.li. lire la-Inn tired.   Pemiina per- , ,, , . u    _,..���.*��� ���,,..���
alatlnit in iipproachinii after U'lntJ  warned do ao   t Oltll' irom UN mvsllt   mi.,11
ut their own rink
Whose rim no foot huth trod,
s. p. McMordie & Co. .....
Cimtractora Some of us call t longing,
Notice of Dissolution of Partnership
Notice ia hereby iriven thnt the partnership
heretofore i*\istini*: between us. lhe understand,
ns fruit. \cK>.i*ililo ami Ash merchants in lhe city
of Prime Kupert. unit known as the Prince Rupert Kin!. Market, hna been dissolved by mutual
All debts owinu lo tin* said purtncrfhip are l.i
be paid to The Prince ltuiiert Fish Mnrket of
PriQOS Rupert Aforesaid, nnd all claims attainst
the said pnrlne'shlp nre to be presented to the
said I'rllut Kupeil Fish Market of whom the con-
tiniiinK partners B. J. Ba-aSB ami F. S. Evana constitute the lirm and by whom .nine will be settled.
Dated nl Prince Rupert this 1-ith day of January, it'll.
11. J. I. M UN.
IM mo F. S. EVANS.
Others cull it God.
A picket frozen on duty,
A mother starved for her brood,
Socrate-s drinking the hem'ock.
And Jesus on the rood;
And thousands who, humble and nameless,
The straight, hard pathway trod,
Some call it consecration,
And others call it God.
William Herbert Caruth
We always carry
a large stock of
When you buy a
watch with 'ih,.
name Howard mi
it, you obtain just
a little better
value than in any
other watch.
A mfH'tlnic of the Sprcint Commltt**** appoint*"!
by thi* City Council to invrttt irate thc il.-ni.un. .-i
tin- rum-*' Ituprrl Iti.l'.i'ii ml A- octal ion, that I
wtxK* *c*m\*? of 46c per hour \n* mluplfil hy the City
will Im* Md at 2 p.m. Saturday, February 4th,
1911. In the Cily Hall. All partie** Interefited nre
inviii-tl in itUi-tnt. especially those for ami airatimt
the adoption of nald wane ncalc.
25-27 City Clerk
For Sale
4.room Houae, fumltheil. on 4th Ave.. Iots.1
4. bloek 7. section h. One ol the best views In lhe
cily. fli no, cash llteo. balance let ma. Open for
inspection fur 3 weeks only. Capt. Alcock. Ouna-
mulr Street. 2A-2S
Permitted for Her Sex
Paris, Feb. 1.���Madame Marie Cu ie,
who with her husband, thc late Porfessor
Pirrie Curie, discovered radium, waa
defeated today in her candidacy for
membership in the Academy of Sc:ences,
receiving but twenty-e-ight votes against
thirty for Kdouard Branly.
Tho candidature of Madame Curie
for the seat in the Academy of Sciences
once occupied by her husband, und
after his death by the late M Gerncz,
has attract.-d international attention
H the only obstacle to her election was
the fact that she was a women.
Her brilliant work in scientific research is everywhere recognized as
placing her in the front rank of scientis s.
In the d'scovery of radium she is genrally
admitted to have had a groater part
than l'rof. Curie.
Phone No. 200 P. 0. BoxSttl
rfcl-iH at n~ta 4 1-^11-t�� ������-��� ������-!      ���. * ��� -*- ��� ���*-*.'*m.^f 1
| IF  T1IF. !
l        You ure using clinkers and     j
j clogs the grate*, try (
} Ctnlre   Sir
���y'"*> II mm** till *****  **ta It^mA)***,*--*****''*******'
A tx��k I* kept In thi* City Clerks Ofl.cc tn
which to enter the name* and addrct>-*c-*, etc., of
. iii. - ii- "i Prince Hunert dcidritiK employment on
City work. All derail Inn employment nhould reit-
Uter at once.
BRKBBT A. woods.
2i;-2�� City Clerk
A pleasant time fur everybody,
Knim 11 lo 12 a retrulnr dance intiirrnmnte
Intermingle.) with recitations, aoiiira. vtc.
From H to II instruction In dancing free.
Admittion $1.00
ladies Free
Application For  Hotel     Liquor    Licenae For the Savoy Hotel
1, Alexander Jntnes l'ru.lh.imiiie of thr City of
I'rince Rupart in lh,* I' ,.mice .,f B. tjL llitrl-
kteper. herehy il|i|il> t,, the llonnl of I.in DM
Coininlssloners fur the said i.ity of I'rince lluneit
for a hotel li.iiior license to sell IntoxIcaUluJ li-l-
uiits under the irovi.ions of ihe stiiliii.'. in ihul
behalf and the liy-ln*. af the city ,.f I'linci* llui*.
en and any. ninenditienls thrift... for the premises
known and described u lh*- ' Batroy UotCt." situate on lots 111 nnd 11, bln-k .1:1,  section  1. In the
city of I'rince Rupart,  lo  n  on the Hth
day of Mnrch. lllll.
And 1 hereby nirree that in t-itse n license Ire
Kintit.il pursuant l*. this application, lhat no Asiatic shall Ire enipl'.yiil or lie permitted to !����� upon
snnl premises other thun in thecnpnclly of a iruest
orcustonier.ti.tr shnll Asiatics M employed off
said premises to ilo nny work tu lie used in or in
uny way cuiinecteil with mid premiset.
And I hereby nkree thai I shall nccept said II.
cente subject to this atcrerment, anil Unit any
breach of this nurcement shall rentier me linbl* to
the penalties provided for in the Prima Kupert
I.i'iuor License lly-iuw.
My post edict, address Is I'ritue Kupert, 11. C
The names nnd addtesses of the owners uf lhe
premise, pi.iposcd to l,e lldnttd me Alexander
Jatnet 1 i >i,II,.,nin��'. Prince Itupei t, H.C ami A
V. Fisher. Prince Rupert, H.C.
Datad It Prince Rupert this 3rd day of February, mu.
Honey takes
When mak'tiK honey cakon for dessert
br'ni? one anil one-half cupfuls of honey
to the linilitu: iio-nt. Sk'irt -f n.-cessary.
Ailil one-fourth cupful of huttcr antl
cool. A.I.I two cupfuls of pastry llour
stirrim? it in ca.efully. Ljt this mixtu..-
slantl overnight. When ready to bake
stir in th.- yellow grated nnd of one
lemon two tablespoonfuls of lemon
juice one-half cupful of chopped almonds. Add one-half teaspoonful of
sugar dissolved in a little lukcWtirm
water and bake in small round tins Ice
when cool
i'antoriiini Pioneer Cleaners. Phone 4.
Twenty-four hours  ending 6   a, m
February 4.
MAX.TKMP.    MIN. TE.tr.     BAR.      IN. RAIN    RNOW
37.0 34.0      29.111   1.0J    81.g
Good Buys and Easy Terms
I'ritue resilience lots  in  section 7, JUBO
$50 cash, balance monthly
Lot in section 5, $450-$100 caah,
Balance monthly
Lot on Hrd Ave., section 1, $4250
Lot on 2nd Ave,, section 1, $3500
Second Ave.    ���    and   ���    Eighth Street
Owning Real Efftate in Prince
Kupert, H.C, may find a ready
purchaser, if the price is reasonable, by addressing
P. O.   Lock Box 43,    l.nrt Livepool,
Columbia County, Ohio, U.S.A.
There are eggs-fn-l' ��W
strictly fresh eggs, and |juan��
teed strictly fresh eggl " ���*"
guaranteed strictly fre �� <�����
thnt concerns UB - and I*"11
well as us. For we give "�����'���'���,
clad warrant that the egn
sell are the
Guaranteed Strictly
kind.     We  keep
yes7 several   hundred    \'A'f'[
supplying our demand*.  w��
winter and summer, thi  '"      ���
has a standing order tot all ��
guaranteetQ-trictly freeh egg"
can produce.
Ideal Provision House
Phone 190 Third Avenue
w.j. McCutcheon j
Theatre Black phonsNu.��� Second AM
*++***+*******+******* IHEPRlNt-E    KUPERT   OPTIMIST
und Dtatrtat -DWri�� ��< t*-'"-n ch**rlott
pro-1-*" Inland* , v
I ,i_ .i.ii Catherine. Bowman ol Van-
W.-fjU .pin��t��. Intend, wwifta;
'��^U;;i��"lmrrhu��c thi. lollowing <l����rTb��i
fcr.*: ., ��� Dial nlantiil on the ahore near
I_mm**%______\   :av, al about the north-
mm*****?.fig   l.i��'"n��i' No. 30895. thenco
���*R2*T Knorth 20 chain, more or lea.
\MCS ttaSS wS��ly tollowing the ahore
ptKcWn,      ���" ,   ,ol|owlr,g the ahe.
JM? ptoS ol ^nm.'n��*mont, eonUlning
l?��,,4.rari'Jiriill*ia'  CATHBBINS BOWMAN
Jalrl 0*
fe. Nov I
A. B. Jeaiup, Agont
t.��� land Diatrict -Diatriet ��f ��*��������" Charlotte
*���*" Island. , ���
��� i -.M-s* ih�� C. W ��� Sianchlle ol Vancouver,
fr____tto*~*��-*to ""*ineer,' ���<>}*���'<������>,l��
tfff^���*" M "u"!h'"e      ���ollov"n|-
���T'liflnt ul ��� at* Pl��nted at the aoulheaat
&��� t LIS- No* ��0MB about one
"TJ h and one mile .���ust ol the entrance to
_VSrtx\i. IhMM north SO chains, thenco act
gggiaie. nuth 'JO Chair* thonce woat 80
'rtoioil-.' ptee. "I cn.menci.ment. conuining
���feiT., 7 isin C. W. 8TANCUFFB
te'' A.E.J*-��P.A��-,l
Queen Charlotte Iilmndi Land DUtrict���DUtriet of
Take notice that I. Thoa. U. Davey ot Queen
Charlotte, occupation notary public, intend to
apply lor permission to prospect (or coal and
petroleum on tho following described land:
Commencing at a post planted nine miles
north and aeven milen east of Section 13, Township
7, Graham laland and marked No. 63, T. H. I)., N.
E. corner, thence west 80 chains, thence south 80
chains,  thence  east  80 chains,  thence  north 80
( chains to point of commencement, containinK 640
i acres more or leas.
I Dated Nov. 10, 1910. T. R. DAVEY
| Pub. Dec. 3. Wilnon (iowing, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Land DMriet -District of
��� Take notice that 1, Thos H, Davey of Queon
Charlotte, occupation notary public, intend to
apply  for  permission  to pros) e t  for eoal  and
��� petroleum on thc folioving dcscilbid land;
i     CommencinK at a post planted nine milea north
| and seven milm east of Section 13, Township 7,
\ Graham Island and marketl No. 84. T. ft, |>��� N.
\V. corner, thence east SO chain*, thence south 80
I chains,  thonce west 80 chain.-*, thenr** north 80
chains to point of commencement, containinK 610
\ acres more or less.
Dated Nov. 10, 1910 TllOS. R. DAVKY
: Pub. Dec. 3. WQaon Cowing, ARent
\m__A Dlstricl    Dlrtrict of Coast Range 6 | Queon Clmrlotte lslunds I .nnd District -District of
��� TV-    tire lhat Charlea af.  Wilson of  Prnce I Skeena
i�� r IU'  tKTupstieii real estate agent, Intendi       Take notice that I, Thos. R. Davey of Queen
KX'v (��tr '|HTiiin*.-inti to purchase the following ! Charlotte,   occupation   notary   public,   Intend   to
���nU-ti limls:
I apply   for   permission   to   prcsf>ect  for  coal   and
Suandngal ���* P0** P*-*-****** at tno northeast , i>etroleum on the followinK described land:
mr til l.il ���''������'������ wrtfgyad loi No. 684, thence j CommencinK at a post nlanUtl thirteen mile*
__m Alius mots ot \*m U) 10 chiiiim eaat of j north und three miles east of Section Ul. Township
5 DiBoor"! irvwrod preemption (Hlack'i | 7, Graham Island aftd marked No. 7it. Thos. R. D.,
ant jurw. August n, 1910) on the east side ��� S. K. eorner, thence east 80 chains, thenci- north 80
?Uke> Ltkt, Ihencl north 80 chaina to the ' chains, thence west KO chnins, tlience south 80
nth line nl WilU.iMi Harney's lot surveyed August chains to point of commencement, containing 610
I 1910 tin or i"L-t ������il chains, thence south 80 | acres more or less.
iiw to Mini of commencement, conUining 240 , Dated Nov. 13, 1910. TllOS. R. DAVEY
1 Pub. Dec. 3. Wilson do** ing. Agonl
. -i,. :��� ( ��� 1" **������
), Sot. 5.
iChulotte Islands Uml DUtrict���District of
Tik*- Mtloi that I, Tln��s   R. Davey of Quoen
ttorloltr, occupation  notary  public,  intend  to
pply (or parnuirdon  to  prospect  for   coal   and
rok-jm un tin- following described land*
f Comn.tT.rini;  ut   -
_..h aril M-wti miles east of Section 13, Townahi
f,Graham Wanda....
Mm, thence wuth 80 chains, thence west 80 | mmU oml WintnimnR 6<l0 am^.
Skeena   Lund   District    Queen   Charlotte   Islands
Take notice that BQ days after date 1. Ferdinand
G. Tapert, farmer, nf Shdegalt*, 11. C, intend t��-
apply to the Chief Commissioner of Linda, fnr :i
license to prospect for conl, oil and petroleum on
and under the following dntribtd lands:
,.,1,1,    .   ,1,;i���J i     Commencing: at l post n.anted it the northea**t
l? f &?& 11 KwIShS   ��-rn" ��' U* M*. ti��h��m Mand. thenc north M*
" l.v.-n T  hlT5*P   chain-,   thenre. w��d   N  chains,  thenc  --outh  BO
*.kaM hZ: ?iI?~Jh ��n   chains, thence Mtt HO chain* tO point of commence
"  !Kth��n0*ftS-*,S22? Z-A tl' ment. and cnnUining 6-10 acres.
ir* thence north BO chains   th. >"������* 80 , l)ate<i Nov. 11.1910.   PBRDINAND G.TAPKRT
���-i to point ef roinniencemont, containing 640   Kg" pj^^ jq
rnotr nr Um.
UtKoT.il,lBia THOS. U. DAVEY
jb.l>c.3. Wilson Gowing, Agent ! Skeena   Land   DUtllflt   QjMM  (-hurlotte   l-land
Chiriottc Utndi Und DUtrict- DUtrict of !     Take notiw that 30 days after date 1, Kerdinand
Skeena i G. Tapert, farmer, of Skittegwie, ft. ( ., intend to
Tiksww thai 1, Thos. R. Davey of Queen   npply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands, for a
tariott*. ��tu|iatmn  notary   public,   intend   to ' license to prospect for coal, oil and petroleum on
���Iv i.-r prndMKHi  to  | rns-M-ct  for  coal  and ' and under the following dracrined lands:
nllim0B tb* following dMOribtdUndl ,     Commencing at n post planted at tho nortnewt
OMUMRbtg ai .i POM  planted  thirteen  milee ��� corner of Lot -">06, Graham Island, thence north 80
rrtilrifomteau*. of Section 13, Township ' chains,   thence east 80 chnins,  thence south  80
id markisl No. 77, T. H. D.t S. . chains, thence west 80 r-        to point of oommenee-
', drus:;. laland and
i. eoTTrM, th"npf ea-t -ti) chain\ thonce north 80
him, MMl IM M' chains, thence south 80
laiu to t'Oir.t of commencement, containing 640
��� tro*> or Iw*.
JurtNov.awiO. THOS. U. DAVEY
���a*. D��. 3. Wilmn Gowing, Agent
tC\w\ott*Wan<N Und DUtrict���DUtrict of
ment, and containing fi        res,
Dated Nov. 14, 1910. F..��.alNAND G. TAPERT
Pub. Dec. 10
Skeena   Land   DUtrict -Queen  Charlotte  lalandi
Take notice thai 30 days after date I, Ferdinand
G. Tapert, farmer, of Skidegate, U. C., Intend to
apply to the Thief Commiaidoncr of (.ands, for "
Tik. note UM l". Tho��. R. l).����y ol Quoen ' **** ^ ���J^'"^.t ''!r M-'J- 9 V* **&**** an
Clwloitr. owiwtion niitary public, Intend to
arrli lur i*ir**iL.siim t. prospoct lor coal and
���rWrnlwi' on tr,r Mming dmcribed land:
tomrn.- rim _t , poat plantod thirteen milw
gwtli and liir milw aaat ol Section 13. Township
~. Cnl.jm IJind and murked No. 78, T. R. U., S.
'. corner, ihrnrr ����i mi chuins, thence north 80
alni, ther.ce rw _. chains, thence muth 80
Jtturj lo mint nt rommi'nci'ment, containing 640
���Wa mon* or!����.
Ipilei Xn.-. 0, imo. T'lOS. R. DAVEY
Wilson Gowing, Agont
|Put. Hi
and under the lollowing descrihed lands'
Commencing at a post planted at the northeast
corner ol Let Ml, llraham lsiand, thenre north 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thenee aouth 80
cimins, thence east hO chaina to point ol commencement, and containing 610 acrea.
Dated Nov. U, 191U. KKRDINAND li. TAPERT
Puh. Dec.  in
Queon Charlotte Islands Und District���Diatrict ol
T.ko notico th.t 1, Tho.. R. Davey ol Queen
Ch.rlotte, occupntion notary public, Intend to
apply lor permission to prospect lor cual and
petroloum on thc lollowing described land:
Commencing at a post  planted elevon  mllea
north .nil soven milea eaal ol Section UL *1 ownahip
.. ,. I 7, Craham Island and marked No. 60, T. II. 1>.. N.
���>0tln' is hi'Til'V given that 1111 liptlli-   W. corner, thence east hO ch.lns, thence south 8"
Winn urlll 1     .   ' i .,.     r     ��� i V*      ' chalna. thonce west 80 chains, thence north 80
* "" * " '"' made tO the  Legislative   chains to point ol commencement, conUlning 610
IA.*st<:iiMv  ol   tin.   Prnvlniwi   nt   )\r',tiwli   acre, more or loss. _   _____���]
wtbi   .' rrovma) 01  uritisn  1)atKl Nov..,, 19i0. tiios. ii. davey
���P-OHIitllii-i at IU next siission for nn Bet   Pub. Dec. 3. Wilson Cowing, Agent
p Incorporate a company under thc       .,.,..,
Illami* nf tl,,,   *v i   r> n* Queen Charlotto I.lands Und Distrlct-Dlslrict ol
Busmf oi the    N;i;us an(J  Puaoe  River   * Skcna
��l�� COmDanv" with nOW��r t.i Take notice that I, Thos. R. Davey ol Quwn
"Mi.ui> wan power vo . clmrlotUi OCCUpaiion notary public, Intend ui
Uct, maintain und Opernte   apply  lor i��rmlssion  to prospect for coal and
 . ( al t    \ ......   ..   . I. ,   ... i 1  . .. I   l.l.l
|�� Nflway ol standard
petroleum on tho lollowing dcscrllrad iand^
(-ommencing nt a imm.1 plante.1 live mllea north
and eleven miles oust ol Section 1:1. Townshlji
7, Craham lsiand and mnrked No. 6S, T. II. D., N.
E. corner, thence south 80 chains, thence wesl ��n
chains, thenee north 80 chains, Ihenee east 8��
chains to point ol eommencemenl, containing 010
acres moro or losa.  ���������
I Dated Nnv. 11, 1910. THOS. It. DATO
I1"" '   Mth   tha   Kitmancool   River,   Pub. Dec. :i. Wilson Cowing, Agent
I"**'* '"Uowing the Kitmancool River
or nurrow gauge
 Pefated by steam, electricity or
i'f motive power from the head of,
t* Gulf, m tha Province of British
faambia, up the Naas River to ita
fdi  the   Babine   River,
Skeenn   Unl   IHlrict -Queen  Charli'lto    Islands
I Hi'-n.v,,!.,...;,  up ,in(, ,lloni, lht> Ba_, Mo*
Pile River
to a
Take notice thnl BO dii's lifter ilnt" I. t'ha.les
mcr. larmer, ol Skid.*,:nte, II. ('.. InUnd to
'I l.ninl*-, lur n
Dllillt     It   nr  *lWnnt   ito I applv to the Chiel Commissioner nl l.ninl*-.
poin   .it or .tDout its | jjgHjk ln |iri,s|ip(,t (or r,mlf M ,,n,i ��tnlou
,,. , i and contuining 640 ni*res.
Itiver   and i imteii Nov. iu, lino.
... ! license io jirn^jn'ri ht '���"��'. "�� "."�� r-'
���ui ii  i ii,.  Neelkitkwa  River, I ��nd una�� the following ttaerlbad land.
northnrlu   .,,,.1 .i .1. Commencing   nt   n   post    planted   three   mil-.
Iv,       ""fincrij   .mil   eailtarly   to   the  anuth and one mile ��t-l ol the s������then��' e���r;...r '.I
("won River, thenca aaaterlv *ilnmr thnl Un Ml. Qiahata island. Ihaao. M *" *'���;'������������
Hrton Rl.  ., '���vsl,r-y -"ong tne\��Sim south ho chnins, thanca wort N chums.
m-ilT In till'  l'ini.  Rlvar   limn..,. ! thenee north Sil chsin" t" I'l'l'il "t ennimenei'menl,
*J rly along
oough the Pine
Brit' i'r*    "'"llir>   ��"   '""   P'ovince   of   Skuena  Und  District --Queen  Chariotte lsiand.
s iinr5 wiupower to buiid t��'-���*<*����� ��>��"o'K"..-,..->*jk
"nta  llliil  with   DOWot  In  enn.   J. I^ary, trader, ol Skidegiite, II  C- Inund to
npply to the Chiel Comn.isrioner ol Lnnds, lor a
license to prnsiiect Inr coul  oil ��N pelroleum on
and under the lollowing .li-scribed lands:
Commoncing at a post plantcl nt l lie sourness.
corner ol Ut r,01, Oraham Island, llienee south N
chain*,  thence west   80 chains,  thence  north  Ml
chains, thence east 80 chains to point ol commence
ment, und eontalUHl M0 lu'ri-s. .......
Dated Nov 11,19111. WlIilAMJJ��B&BX
Pub. Dec. 10. �����-����   ���*
the   Pine
River Pass to the | Pub- Ul*'10
of the Province of
with power to build
with power to con-
Mqulre,   own   nnd   maintain
S     T ,ln"ks ln connection there-
. and to conatruct, acquire, own
oil,,..''..'. '",!"1' il1"1 mui,iti'>n steum and
��el�� and boats and to operate
**** in navigatlble waters and with
r ik v '7m BlV0n ^ *>* "model
r,l"1.:imUvi,h "ther such pow-
loallor ^   T uau!l1 or incidental
B. V..U),
^ the -Oih .luy of December, A.
Solicitor for the Applicants
Skwna Land  Dl-.trict-Queon Charlolte UUfldl
Take notice thnt 30 days mdlttl  t-i-nUunml
G. Tepert, farmer, ul   Wd��MU, B.C. intrnd-i to
���pply to tho Chin   t'omnuwinm-r nl UBJ; [or ���
!e��*nFe t   pronpoct for roft   ni' nnd pHro'etim vn ,
ind under tho fullowinK <��� rcrMnt-l Unda |
CommencinK at a p<--M pUnt*-l tt ttW n-.rtMMt
corner of Lot 111, (iraham Inland. UlWW nnrth K0
chaina, thence enat K') chalna, thnncn aouth W
chaina. thoneo wost R0 chalna to point of commencement, and containinK 640 tfflft.,,,- - p.Mn*f '
Dated NrivU. 1910 FEUUINAND 0. PAP1R I
Pub. poo, 10 I
Queen Charlotte InUnda Und DUtrict���District of
Take notice that I, Thoa. R. Davoy of Queen
Charlotte,   occupation   notary   public,   intend to
apply   for  permiaaion  to  proapect  for  coal  and
pvtroloum on the followinK deacribed land;
| Commencins at a poat planted nine mUee north
, and two miles eant of Section 13, Township 7,
i Oraham Island and markod No. 41. T, H. D., S. K.
1 corner, thonce west 80 chainB, thenco north 80
i chains,  thence east 80 chains,  thonce soulh 80
chains to point of commencement, containing 6t0
acres more or leas.
Dated Nov. 6, 1910. THOS. H. DAVEY
I Pub. Doc. 3. WUaon GowUr, Agent
I Queen Charlotle Islanda Land DUtrict���District of
1 Take notic** that 1, Thoa. U. Davey of Qui*en
| Charlotte, occupation notary public, intend to
; apply fur permUsion to protpeot for coal and
, petroloum on the lollowinK di-ncrilu-d Und:
I CommencinK at a post planu-d UvM milvs
I north and two nr-Jm *-a��t ol Baotfaw Lft. Townshut
. 7, Uraham lalund and murkinl No. 18, T. It. D. N.
K. corner, thence west KU chainn, thunce aouth 80
chains, thnnoe ea.it HO chains, thence north 80
i chainn to i��nni of comnirncement. containinK li 10
I ttcrvi' mon* or leas
Datod Nov. 5, 1910. THUS. H. DAVEY
��� Pub. Dec. 3. Wllmin Cowing. Agont
Quit.it Churlotu* UUniU l^and DUtrict���DUtrict of
Ttkt notice lhat I, Thus, U. Davoy, ot Queen
i CharlotU'. occupation Nutary    Public intend  to
apply for p.-nn;��� 'i.ih  tu    p:.> p.-.-i    fur cual and
petroleum on tho fullowing d.scMlm-J lands:
Commencing  al   a   poat  planted  eleven   milt*
i norlh und lhr�� ������ miles cast of Section Ut, Township
I 7, Cruham Islund and marketl No. 43, T. H. I' . N.
Bi rorin-r, thttttt wesl 80 chains, ihenee kmU) N
| chitins,  thence easl 80 chaina,  ihence north  M
! chains to |a>int ot commencement, conLaining 01U
, acn�� more or leas.
1 Dated Nov. 5. p.tio. thus. u. davey
I Pub. Dec. 3. Wilson Uowing, Agent
, Queen Charlotle Islands I ..i. i DUtrict    DUtrict uf
i     Tuke notict* that  I, Thos.  It. Davey ut Queen
Chariotte,   occupation   notary   public,   intend   tu
appl>   (or  permission   to  prusiKTt   tor cusl  ��nd
l petroleum un the tollowing ���Iii-htiIhhI Und:
I     Commencing  at  a  poai  planted  eleven   mile*
I north and five mllea **aM of Section 13, Township
7, liraham Uland and murked No. 11, T. *'���  l> . N
K. corner, thence wivl 8U chains, thenco wuth ."0
chains,  thence east  81) chains,  ihence north   *���������
Chains lo puint of ctmunenevmeni, containinK ���������''
.inr- more or le��s.
Datod Nov. 5, PJIO. THUS. K. DAVKY
I'ub. I >'v. 3. Wilson, Uowing, Agent
QtMtn Charlotle Islands l��and DUtrict���DUtrict ol
Take nolice lhal 1. Thua. It- Ilavey of Quwn
Charlolte, occupation nutar> public, intend to
apply for permlMnn tu prospect (or coal and
petroleum on tht following dct-*rril>e<l land:
Commencing ut t (wit plumed eleven mUos
north und Ave nulea eraal ot section 13, 'lowntblp
7, Uraham Islam ml marked No. 4ft, T. IL I'. N
W. corner, then aast 80 chains, thenee south 80
chains, thonce went 80 chains, thence north 80
| chains to ������..im uf commencement, containing 640
acres more or lev.
, Datad Nov. ft, mio. thos. il davky
! Pub. Dec. '*.. W ilson Uowing. Agenl
Queen Charlolte Islands Land DUtrict���DUtrict of
Take notice that 1, Thoa. IL Davay of Quevn
Charlotle, occupation notary public, intend to
, apply (or purmiieuun tu prospect for coal and
j |H>iroleum on the tollowing dtvrriticd Und:
Commencing  at  a   post   planted  eleven   mllea
1 north and three milt-a east of Section 1.1. Township
7. Uraham Island and marked No. 46, T. IL D. >
1 E. corner, thenca w-aat 80 chaina, thence nnrth HO
j chains thence east 80 chains, ihence south 80
. chalna to point ot eommeneement, containing 610
. acres more or leas.
Dsted Nov. 7. 1810. THUS. It, DAVEY
Pub. Dec. 3. WUaon Uowing, Agent
Queen Charlotte IsUnds Und DUlrict District of
Take notice lhat I, Thoa. K. Davey o| Quwn
Charlotte, occupation nutary public, Intend to
apply tor pe'mUsiun to prospect lor coal ami
pauolaun on the following described Und:
('ommencing at a poat planted eleven miles
north and thrw? milea east ot ht-ctionj-t, Township
7, Uraham Inland and marketl No. 47, T. IL 11. ���*���*.
W. corner, thence east 80 chaina, ihenn? north HU
chains, thence weat 80 chains, ihence south 80
chains to |M��int of eommencemenl, containing 610
acres more or teat*. 	
Dated Nov. 7, 1010. THUS   IL UAVM
l-ob. Dec. 3. WiUon tioaing. Agent
Queen Charlotte lalands Und DUtrict -DUtrict of
Tako notice lhat I, Thoa. IL Davey ol Queen
Charlotte, occupation notary public, intt-nd tt
apply for tiernussiou to |��*atatgj for coal and petroleum on the following QtHnbad landa:
Commencing at a post planted eleven miles
north and lite mllea east ol N-ctlon IU, Townsnip
7, Uraham Island aad marked No. 18, T. K. D. S.
K. corner, thonce wa��t 80 chains, thenre ixirth HO
chainn, thenee east 80 chalna, thence smith HO
chains to point ot commencement, containing 640
acres more or leaa. -.,.�����   .,   ���**�������
l..,-.-! Nov. 7, 1910. THOS. II. l>A\h\
Pub. Dec. 3. Wilaon Uowing, Agenl
Queen Charlotte lalands Und Dtatrict-District ol.
Take notire Ihul 1 Thoa. R. lUvey ol Qunra
Charlotte, occupation notary public, UrtatM to
apply lor pcrmU*ion to pmsperl tor coal and
pi'tr-'.:. 'iiii on the following   de*crtl"*d Und;
Ctimmenring al a pt>st plantwl eleven mil"*
north and live mllisi cast ot HaclkMi It. Tuaassijp
7, Uraham Uland and markisl No. 49. T. IL li S.
\V. orner, Ihenee east Ml chaiha, ihence r<rth R
chsin*". thence west 80 chains, ihenre *����iuih -M��
chains to point of commencement, containing 610
iOfti mure or less,  .,.,.��.
Paled Nov. 7, 1910. THUS. U. PA\M
Pub. \H-t. 3. Wllaon Ooaiagi Agent
Queen Charlotle Islands Und DUtrict DUtrict of
Take notice that I, Thoa. IL Davey ot Queen
Charlotte, occupation notary public, intend tt
apply for permisaion to groapael (or coal and
pertoleum on the tollowing descrilied Und;
Commencing at a post iilantcd thirteen m lea
north and three miles east of Sectinn ^Township
7, Uraham Island and marked No. SO, T. It. P. V
E corner, Ihence weat 80 chaina, thence south 80
chains .thence east 80 chaina, ihence north 80
chains to point of commencement, containing M0
acrea mnrt or leaa. ���**-*�������
Dated Nov 7. 1910. .  ��� TIIOS. IL OAVEi
jhib. Dec. 8. Wilson Uowing, Agent
Queon Charlotto Islands Und District -District ol
Skeen b
Take notice lhat I, Thou. IL Pavey ot Oueen
Charlotte, occupation nolary public, intern] to
apply fnr permission to prospect for coal and
petroleum on the followinK describe*! Und:
Commencing al a poat planted thirteen mHcs
north aid three milea east of Section LL ' ��wn*hip
7. Uraham Mand and marked Nn M, T. ILD . N.
W corner, thenee ea-l 10 chain", thence south **0
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence nort!* HO
rhains to polnl of commencement, containing fit"
ncres mnre or leea. -.,.����* n  n.vrv
DatMNov 8.1910. roTM��* 5lP\22
Pub  Dec. 3, W.toon Oewing, Agenl
Skeena   Und  DUtrict���Quaen  Charlotte  lalanda
Taka notice that 36 daya after date, I, Charles
1 Helmer,  farmer,  of Skidegate,   IL  C, intend to
J apply to tho Chief Commiaaioner of Unda, (or a
levnae to proapect for coal, oil and petroleum on
, and under tha following deacribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted two m.loa south
' ot the southeast corner ot Lot 501, Uraham lsiand,
thence aouth 80 chains, thence we.it 80 chains,
\ thence north 80 chains, thence ea-t 80 chnina to
1 point of commencement, and containing K40 acrea.
! Dated Nov. 16, IftlO. CIIAULKS HELM BR
! Pub. Dec. 10.     areiUH     ~^3mra-^Laasa1
Queen Charlotte lalanda Land Dictrict���DUtrict of
Take notice that I Thoa. IL Davey of Queon
Charlotte, occupation notary public, intend to
apply for permission to prospecl (or coal and
petroloum on the (ollowing deacribed land:
Commencing at a poat planted thirteen milaa
north and seven mllea east of Section 13, Township
7, Uruham lsiand and markod No -*i. T It. D. N.
1 corner, thenca weat 80 chains, thence south 80
chaina, thenco eaat 80 chains, thonce north 80
chains to point of commencement, containing 640
acres more or lesa.
Dated Nov. 8, 1910. THOS. U. DAVEY
Pub. Dec. 3. Wllaon Cowing, Agent
Queen Charlotte lalands Und Dictrict���-DUtrict of
.'tike notice thai I, Thos. H. Davey of Queen
Charlolte,  occupation   notary   public,   intend   tu
1 apply   (nr  pcrmU-don   to   pntnpect   for  coal   and
petruleum on the following d��*-crlbed land:
Commencing at a  p"-t  planted thirteen  miles
1 north and eleven milea east ut Section 13, Township
7, Uraham Island and marked No. '���������*, T. D. IL, N.
W. corner, thence east 80 chains, thence went 80
chains, Ihence north HO chains, Ihence aouth 80
chains tn point nf commencement, containing 640
acros more or leea.
Dated Nov. 8. 1910. THOS   IL DAVKY
Pub Pee. 3. Wilson Uowing, Ar*'"'
Queen Charlotte Inlands Und DUlrict - Disirict ot
Take notice that 1, Thos. IL Pa.ey of Queen
Charlotte, occupntion notary public, Inlend to
apply (or pcrniKsitin to prtinpeei (or coal and
lietroleum on the following des>crtl>e<l land:
Commencing at a pout planted thirteen miles
��� north and flva mil.-, east of Seclkm 13, Township
T.Xiraham Island and marked No. V!.T. IL P., N.
K. corner, thence we*l HO chains, thence south hO
chains, thence east K0 chains, thunce north 80
ehains to |roint of commencement, containing 640
acrea more or leaa.
Datesl Nov. ?, 1910. THOS. IL DAVKY
Pub. Dee. t. Wilson Uowing, Agent
Queen Charlotte (aland** Und District    DUtrict of
Take ttulicc thai I, Thoa. H Pavey of Quean
Charlotte, occupation nolary public, intand to
apply tor p < ton to tirunp-ect to.- coal .ml
petroleum on the (allowing descrilied land:
Commencing at a poat planted thirtaen milea
north and Ave milaa east of Section 13. Township
7 liraham latand and marked No. -��� -. T. U P N.
W corner, thence east 80 Chains, thence aouth 80
chain*, thenoe weat ho chains, thenee north HO
chains to point of commencement, containing 640
acres more or teas
Dated Nov. 8, 1910. Ill""    IL DAVKY
Pub. 1 ���*���*- 3. Wilson Uowing, Agent
Quevn Charlotte lalands Und Dtatrict  -District ol
|    Take notice that 1,  Ihos. It. Davay of Queen
���Quaan Chariotte lalanda Und District - Distrct ot
Take notica that I, Thoa. It. Davey of Queen
Chariotta, occupation notary public, intand to
apply lor permiaaion to proapect (or coal and
petroleum on the (ollowing deacribed land:
Commencing at a poat planted eleven mila
north and seven miloa aaat of Section 13, Townahip
7, Uraham laland and marked No. 68, T. K. P. S.
: W. corner, thenco eaat 80 chalna, thence north 80
ehaina, thence woat 80 ehaina, thence south 80
ehaliui to point of commencement, containing 640
acrea more or leaa.
Datod Nov. 9, 1910. THOS. IL DAVEY
I Pub. Dec. 3. Wilson Uowing, Agent
, Queen Chariotte lalanda Und DUtrict���District of
1     Taka notice that I, Thomaa K. Davey of Queen
, Charlotte,  occupation   notary  public,  intand  to
' apply (ur permiaaion to proapoot (or coal and petro-
1 leum on tne following deacribod land;
CommencinK at a poat planted thirteen mllea
north and aeven miles, eaat of Section 13, Townahip
7, Graham Island and marked No. 76, T. IL P., S.
; E. corner, thence weat 80 chaina, thence north 80
chalna,  thence eaat  80  chalna,  thence Bouth  80
; chalna to point of commeneement and containing
, 610 acrea mora or leas.
Dated Nov. 18, 1910. THOS. R. DAVEY
Pub. Doc. 3. WiUon Gowing, Agent
Skeena   Und   DUtrict���Queen  Charlotte  Islanda
Take notice that 30 days after date 1, Susan
Unry, married wom-in, ot Skidegitte, IL C, intend
to npply tn tho ('hief Commissioner of Unda, for
u license lo prospect tor cn-il, oil nnd petraleum
on and under the following daacribad lands*
ComniencmR nl a poat planted ut the southeast
corner ot Ul M)l, Uraham Inland, the.ice north 80
chnina. thence weet 80 chaina, thenct* south 80
chains, thenee east 80 chains to point of commenet**-
ment nnd containing 040 acre-r-
Pttad Nov   16. 1910. SUSAN LEARY
Pub. Dec 10
Quean Charlotta Islanda Und DUtrict -Dutrict of
Take notice that I, Thim. It. Davey of Queen
Charlotte, occupation notary public, intend to
apply for pcrmlaffton to prospect for coal and
petroleum on the followinK de-acrilHxl land:
Commencing at a poat planted three mllea
north and seven milea eaat of Section 13. Township
7. Graham Island and marked No. 69, T. IL P., s.
K. corner, thence north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thance aouth 80 chaina, thence east 80
ehaina to point of commencement, containing 640
acrea more or leas.
Paled Nov. It, 1910. THUS. IL DAVEY
Puh. Dec. 3. Wilson Uowing, Agant
Skeena Und PUtrtct��� Queen ('harlotte Islanda
Take notice thai 30 days after date I, Ferdinand
U. Tapert, farmer of Skidegate, H C, Intend to
apply to the Chief Commit-sooner of Lands, tor a
lioenae to prospect (or coal, oil and petroleum on
and under the following dmeribed lands:
Commencing at a poat planted 20 chains narth
of the ���m.ihIiv.i-.i corner n( 1-ot M4, Uraham Island,
thence north N chain*, thence i-ast hU chaina,
thenee aouth Hi) chaina, thonce went 80 chalna to
point of commencement, and containing 640 acrea.
iHited Nov. 14. Ifll 0. KUKDINASD U- TAPKRT
Pub.  Dec 10
Charlolte, occupalion notary public, intend to
apply for parmUlon lo nroai*ect (or cual and petroleum on the (o-liuwtng (lencrlbetl land:
Commancing al a poal planted thirteen mlUs
north and eight milns ml ������' Section 13, Township
7. Graham lsiand and marked No. 74, T. R. P., S
W. corner, thenca east sO chains, thance north 80
chains, thanca weat 80 chaina* thanca aouth 80
chains to point of commencement, containing 610
acn*t mor�� or Iw.
Datnl Nov  12, 1910. THOS. IL DAVKY
Pub. Dec. 3.   ��� Wilaon Uowing, Agant
Qusen Chariotta IaUnda Unl DUlrict���District ot
Take notice lhat 1, Thoa IL Davey ot Quean
Charlotte, occupation noury public, Intend lo
apply for permission to prospect for coal and
petroleum nn the following deacribed land:
Commencing at a pool planted t*o mtltsi north
and five mllea eait of Se-rtkm 13, Township 7,
Uraham Island and marknl No. 11. THP.. N. W.
comer, ihence east HO chains, tbence aouth 80 chains
thence wt**��i wt chains, tbence north 80 chains to
point ol eommencemenl, containing 640 acres more
Datnl Oct. 29, 1910.
I��uh. Nov. 17.
Wtlaon Uowing, Agent
Skeena   Und   DUlrict    Queen  Charlotte  lalanda
Take notice that 30 day after date I, Kerdinand
G. Tapert. (armer. o( Sliidegale, IL C, Intend to
apply tn the Chief 1 mnmi"i. ii.r af Unds, (or a
ltcen*e to pm-pect fur coal, oil and petroleum on
and under tbe following d��* m- M lands:
Commencing at a \*n*\ planted one-half mile
ea��t of the aoulhea-t corner ot Lot M)3, (iraham
Hand, thenee north HO chalna, thenre ea��t 80
chain*., thence anuth 80 chains, thence we*i ***0
cialns to point of enmmencement, anil containing
6(0 acrw.
Paled No*. 14 1*H0.   KKRDINAND G.TAPKRT
IM-  Dec. 10.
Skeena   Und   DUtrict    Queen  Charlolte  Hands
Take notice that 30 da>- after dale I, Ferdinand
U. Tapert. farmer, of Skidegate, IL C, Intend to
snpK W the (t irf ('nmmisainner ��( Unds, tor a
lifY'i*** to pt-mpect (or coal, oil and petroleum on
and under tbe follnwing dr-*-*crcihed lands:
Cnmmencing at a poat planted at tbe northeist
Otmaf <'( P.t IM, Uraham Hand, tbence *-outh 80
chain*', thence went Ml chain-*, ihence nnrth Mi
rhaina. thence east 80 chain*1 to point o* commence
ment. and containing 610 nere**.
PatcdNnv 14, |9t0 KKKPINANP U TAPKRT
Puh  Pec. 10
Skeena Land District -DUtrict of Citaat Ranire L
I Take t,..tirethat *ixty daft from dale that I
Huh Patrick Riley U Har.elton. IL C miner, da
; (hlewl to apnty In the commissioner of laials for
pei miaaion to purchase tbe follnwing descrilied
CommencinK tt a part planted 40 chains south
fr >m the ���voiith-cnst corner of lot I7&L thenee cast
' 4n chains, thenee aouth 40 chains, tbence west 4<if
chnina. tnence north 40 chainn to point of commencement, containing l��i act***, more or len��.
Pate N'.v. 1st, I9I��,     HUGH PATRICK RILKY.
' Pub. Nov. 2nd. Hubert Jas. Brirkdale.Ait**nl
Skeena Und Diatrict    Pintrict of Coaat Range
Taka notice that Dan McDougall of Prince Ru-
pert, IL Cm occupation carpenter, intenda to apply
��� for permUsion to purchase the following descrihed ���
lands: .  ,
Commencing at a post planted two chaina west
of the aouth east corner of William Mel'hee's
���UIMtd  purchaae (Hlaek'a  recenl   survey  about
1 August 20   I'MOi on the rant aide ot Ukelse Uke,
thence weat 40 chains more or leaa to R   ,.���*��� 11*->'��
purchase (Rlacks survey Auguat 20. 1910) thenca'
(���oath   HO  ehaina.  thence east   40 chains,  thenoa
nnrth HO chains to point ot commencement, ccti* i
talnlng :��20 acrea more or leaa. I
' Pub. Nov. 5 WUIUm McPhse, Agent
Skeenn  Und   DUtrict���Queen  Charlotte  Islanda
Take notice that 30 days after date 1, Charlea
Helmer, farmer of SkidegaU*. IL C, intend to
apply to tbe Chief CommUsionor ot Unda, for a
license tu prospect for coat, oil and petroleum on
and under tbe following dmcrilietl lands.
Commencing al a poat planted three milea
aouth and an* mile weal of tin* southeast corner of
Lot 601, Uraham L1-*. d, tbence wont K0 chains,
Ihence south Mi chsina, thence eant HO chains,
ihence north 80 chains to point o( commencement,
tnd containing 610 acraa.
Datnl Nov. [ft, 1010. CHARLKS HKI.MKR
Pub. l>ec. 10.
Queen Charlotte Islands Und District    DUtrict of
Take nolice that I, Thoa. R. Davey of Queen
Charlotte, omittatlon notary public. Intend to
apply (or permiaaion to prospect (or coal and
petroleum on the following deaeril>ed Und:
Commencing at a post planted eleven milaa
north and setcn milw east of Section 13, Township
7, Uraham Inland and marked T. It. D. N. K.
cornar, thenco want HO chains, ihence soulh 80
chains, Ihenca aaat 80 chains, thence north 80
chaina to point nf cum men cement, containing 640
acrea more or laaa.
Dated Nov. 9, 1910. THUS. It. DAVEY
I'ub. Dec. 3. Wilson Uowing, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Und DUtrict���DUtrict of
Take notice that Thos. It. Davey o( Quoen
Chariotte, occupation nolary public, intend to
apply lor permiasion '0 i-ro-1-eci (or cnal and
petroleum on the following doacribed land:
Commencing at a imst plantnl eleven mllea
north and aeven mile* MM nl Section 13, Township
7, Oraham Hand and mar'.;nl No. f-7, T. It. P.. S.
K. eorner. Ihence north HO chains, thence w<��st 80
chaina. thence south HO chains, thence east HO
chains to point ot commencement, containing 610
acres more or li-*a.
Datnl Nov.*. 1910. THOS   IL DAVKY
Pub. Pe.-* 3 Wilaon Uowing. Agent
Quean CharUt'e laUndt Und PUtnct    District of
Take notica lhat I. Thos. IL pavay ot Quean
charlotte, occupation notary puhlic, inland to
apply tor iwrmiaaion lo pros|a>cl for coal and
petndeum on tba following deacribed land:
Commencing at a |��*st idantnl thirteen mllee
north and live milea east of Section 1.1. Township
7. Uraham Island ard marked No. 7:>, T. P. IL. S.
W. corner, thence east HO chains, thenca north HO
chains, ihence weat 80 chaina, thence south 80
chaina to point nf commencement, nmtaining M0
acrea mnre or lesa
Patnl Nov. 12, 1910. TOOL IL DAVKY
Pub. Dae. 3. Wllaon Uowing. Agent
Skeena Und DUtrict -DUtrict of Coast
Take notice thai   Hume    Rabington ot   Prince
Rupert,   maateT   mariner.   Intenda   to   apply   for
permUsion lo lease the following described land:
A small UUad tn the Skeena Kiver aboul four
miles abeve Telegraph   Point containing about 50
Datad Dec. li. 1910. HPMK RARINQTON
Skeena Uml District-District of Coast
Taka notice that  Hume   Rabington  of   Prince
Rupert,   master   mariner.   Inlands   to   apply   (or
permission  to  leaaa lhe following described  fore-
(.ommencing' at   a   poat   plantnl   on   a   small
Island In the Slteena Hi-<*r about three milos abovo
Telegraph Point thance southerly 2000 feat.
Patnl Dec. 14. 1910. HUME BAU1UNTON THE   I'RINCE    RUPERT   0PTIM1S.
Queen Chftrlottoliltnda Und District -Dlitrict ot
Take notice that I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
B. C, occupation broker, intend to apply (or permiaaion to proapect (or coral and petroleum on tha
following deaenbed Unda:
1.���Commencing at a poat planted at the north-
weat r -ner Lot 171 being the north weat corner
marked J. McL. N. W. Comer, thence eeat 80
chains, thence aouth 80 chains, thence weat 80
ehaina, thence north 80 chains to point of commencement.
Dated Dec. 23, 1910. JOHN M'LEOD
Pub. Jan. 21. W. Daaa, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Und District���District of
Take nolice that 1, John McLeod of Vancouver,
Ii. C-i occupation broker, intend to apply for permiaaion to proapect (or coal and petroleum on the
(ollowing deacribed landa:
2.���Commencing at a poat planted al the north-
weat corner Lol 171 being the northeaat corner
marked J. McL. N. K. Corner, thence weat 80
chaini, thence south 80 chaina, thenee east 80
chaina, thence north 80 chaina to point o( commencement.
Dated Dec. 23, 1910. JOHN M'LEOD
Pub. Jan. 21. W. Due, Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Und District���District of
Take notice that 1, John McLeod of Vancouver,
B. C occupation broker, intend to apply for permiasion to prospect for coal and petroleum on lho
following deacribed landa:
3.��� Commencing at a post planted ont' mile
north of the northwest comer ot Lot 171, marked
J. McL.N.W. Corner, being thenorth-we t corner,
tbence aaat 80 cnains, thenes south* *80 chains,
thence west HO chains,  t hence north 80 chains to
W. Dass. Agent
Queen Charlotte Islands Und District    District o(
Take notice that I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
II. C, occupalion broker, intend to apply for permiaaion to prospect for coal and petroleum on the
following deacribed lands:
12.���Commencing at a poat planted 30 chaina
weat of the northeaat corner of l.ot 473 being the
southeast comer marked J. McL. S. E. Cor., thence
weat HO chaina, thence north 80 chains, thence
east 80 chaina, thence aouth 80 chains to point of
commencement containing 640 acres.
Dated Dec. 26. 1910. JOHN M'LEOD
Pub. Jan. 21.
point ol commencement.
baud Dm.24.1910.
Pub. Jan.21.
(jurrn Charlotto Inland. Und Dbtrtct���Diatrict ol
Tako notico that 1, John Meleod ol Vancouvor,
B. C, occupation broker, intond to apply lor i ��� r
miaaion to proaueci lor coal and potroloum on tho
lollowini dWrlhed landa:
4.���Commoncing at a pott planted on* mil*
aorth ol tho northwoat corner ot I *.t 171 being, the
northoeat corner markod J. McL. N. S. Corner',
(hence wwt 80 chaini, tbtoc* aouth HO chaina
thonoe eut HO chalna, thonco norlh HO chalna to
Kiint ol commencement.
atod Do*. 24, 1910. JOHN M'l.KOD
Pub. Jan.21. W. Daaa. Age*"
Queen Charlotte lalanda Und Diatrict���Diatriet ol
Quoen Charlotte lalanda Und Diatrict
Tako notice lhat I, John McUod ol Vancouver,
B. C, occupation broker, Intend lo apply lor permiaaion to proapect lor coal and petroleum onthe
followini deacribed landa:
IS.���Commencini at a poat planted at the northeaat comer of Ut 42 being the northwoat corner
marked J. MeL. N. W. Cor., thence eaat HO ehaina,
thence aouth HO chaina, thence weat HO ehaina,
thence north R0 chaina lo twinl of eommencemenl
contair.ini 640 acrea.
Dated Dec. 2H, 1910. JOHN M'LEOD
Pub. Jan. 21. W. Daaa, A|ent
Queen Charlotte lalanda Und Dlitrict���Diatrict ol
Take notire that I, John Mcleod of Vancouver
B. C, occupation broker, intend to apply for permiaaion to proapect for coal and petroloum on lhe
lollowini deacribed landa:
14.���Commencing at a poat planted at the northeaat oorner ol Ut 42 being the northeaat corner
marked J. McL. N. )'.. Cor., thence weot 80 chaina,
Ihence aouth 80 chaina, thenoe eaal HO ehaina,
Ihence north 80 chaini to point ol commencement
containing 640 acrea.
Dated Dec. 28, 1910. JOHN M'LKOD
Pub. Jan. 21. W. Dau, Agenl
Queen Charlotte lalanda Und Dlitrict -Diatrict ol
Take noliee lhal I. John McLeod ol Vancouver.
B. C. occupation broker, intend to apply lor per
miaaion to proapect (or coal and petroleum on the
tollowing deacribed landa:
16.���Commencing at a poat planted al the
norlhraet corner ol Ut 41 being lh* northweal
eorner marked J. MeL. N. W. Cor., thenoe eaat
80 chalna. ihene* aouth 80 chalna, thenc* woat 80
chaina, thenc* north 80 chalna to point ot commencement containing 640 aerea.
Datod Dm. 28. 1910. Jul.;. ... LKOD
Pub. Jan. (I. W. Daaa, Agent
Queen Charln<>* lalanda Und Diatriet    Dialrici ol
Take notice thai 1, John Mrl *���������>.I ol Vancouver,
I am nurc there is no other place in
the world where a woman could undertake   a   journey   alone- a   journey   of
.   aaa,   gent | j,unrjrB<jg 0[ ^j^���coming into contact
Diatrict ol
wilh scores of men, and perhaps not
one other woman, and meet with noth-
ng but overwhelming kindness every
mile of the way. I know women who
have been obliged to travel alone as
far north as the long tra;l sketches,
and to th:s and that remote part of
British Columbia- I have been to a
good many out-of-the-way places my-
sell and I have yet .o hear any.hing
but praise for the men who follow the
trails of the west and north. F:ne
manly fellows, all of them, every bit of
there's very little diffe ence in ihe outward make-up, and most of the t'm*j
you havcn'i any idea who he is. Whatever he does you must never forget that
a man's a man for a' that! A tip!
H.*aven forgive you, for he will not.
When you say good-bye you shake
hands, whether he's the night watchman,
the stage-driver or the government
agent, and thank h:m as decently as
you know how, show'ng as much civility
as your mother ever taught you. In
a certain distr'ct 'n Brit'sh Columbia
the nun still laugh when the name of a
very fash-onable Englishwoman is mentioned- a peer's wife���who came to
this  country  on  a  hunting  ..rip  with
Take nolle* that l.John McUod ol Vancouver. I ���   *-   '���'"" '''"* ������ ���*	
. C, occupalion broker, intend lo apply lor par- B. C. occupation hroker. Intend to apply for permiaaion to proapect for co.1 and notroleum oa tht I !��!**lon to proapect for coal and pelroleum on the
following dWnbod land
���a peel
atBaatBaatjj lollowini 'lr**//).,*.! land,
_     _ poat planted  ont milt I    16.   l ommtnelng at a pott planted  al tbt
aorth ol tha noi-thwttt eomar ol Ut 171 being I northtait comer
irked J. McL. 8. W. Cor I torner marked J
6.���Commencing tt
tbt aouthweat corner mark
ol Ut 41  being tha northeut
  ______  ,_������. MeL. N. E. Cor., thenee w��et
. ih7nw"nortn'i�� tri'ainV thenc* eaat 80 chalna. j ��0 ehaina. thtoe* aouth 80 chalna. thene* out 80
thence, aoulh 80 chalna. thonco waat 80 chalna to i chalna. thenee north 80 chalna lo point ol com-
Kint ol commencement mencement eonlaining 640 acraa.
,wdD��.24,l910.                   JOHN MLEOD ' I>tt*d D��c. 28.1910. JOHN M'LKOD
m,   tr*. .   I Pub. Jan. tl.-B W   Daaa. Agenl
Pub. Jan 21.
W .Dan. Ag*n
Quran Chariott. lalanda Und Dlel/iel
Take notico that I, John McUod ol Vaneouvnt,
ii. C., occupalion broker. Inland lo apply tor par-
miwicn lo proapect (ur cool tnd petroleum on th*
lollowing doacribed land,:
6.���Commencing tt a poal plantod one mile
aorth of tb* northwoat comer ot Ul 171 being the
aoutheut corner markod J. MeL. S. B. Comtr,
thenc- north 80 chaini. th*nc* wrtt 80 ehalm
tbtnc*    Moulh 80 ebaina, ih*ne* eaat 80 chalna I
Kinl ot commencement.
>ltd D*e. 24. 1910. JOHN  M'LKOD
Pub. Jan. tl. W. Daaa, Agtnt
Queen Charlotte lalanda Und Dialrici    Dlitrict o
lake notice lhal I, John Mel rod ol Vancouver.
B. C occupation broker, intend to apply for permiaaion to proapect tor roal and petroleum on lh*
following rlonil.il landa:
IT.���(omrntnclng tt t pott planted at tbt
northeaat crner ol Ut 41 bting tbt aouthetai
eorner marked J. MeL. 8. E Cor., thonce waat
80 chaini. Ihene* north 80 ehaina, thenr* eaat
80 ebaina, thrnet aouth 80 rhaina to polnl ol
commencement containing 640 aerea.
Dtlrd Dec. 26. 1910. JOHN M'LKOD
Pub. Jtn. tl. W. Dau, Agenl
DUtriet nl
conceit knocked out of them, gentU m n ] her husband.    She blundered fearfully
through and through.   Beside hem what
a silly, vain pupixt the super-civilized
Frenchman appear.-, Ilksw'a. tht insular
Englishman trembling wilh the terror
of being "coiched."   The man of .he
northerly west  will go io any amount
of trouble for a woman and think it a
pleasun.    Aa for l-pping a  man  who
in he mai.cr of lips,, and pa'.ronized
the wrong people (with the bis. Intentions in the world) till th.* d:s rict neuily
split III sides wuh laughter. It is too
long a story to tell here, but she always
pops into my mmd when I think of tips
in a mining country. The western
man is the friend i f all   except those
does one a strvii-c no matter how siren-1 who abuse little children and animals
uous. I should as soon th-nk of offerng (and they reecive short shrift). He
a ip to Earl Grey. The man who does . can hold his own again... any other
many 'hings to make your journey | men in the world because of his rugged
comfortable may be a millionaire m.ne j strength and honesty, his youthful
owner, a bartender, a government ��� enthusiasm and generosity, and the
agent, a stage-driver, a trapper, a wonderful kindness of his heart. Yes,
medical  m'-Bs-onary, or a  prospector��� ��� the western man is the flower of them all.
Fugitive President of   Farmers   Bank  Has Had an
Exciting and Varied Career
Quota Charlotte lalanda Und Diatrict - Diatrict ol' Queen Chorion* 1.1.nd. Und Di.trict
Skeeni Skeenn
Tak* notic* thai I. John McUod ol Vancouvor, Ttk* notlc* that I. John Melr<*d ol Vancouvor.
II. C. occupation broker, intend lo tpply lor ptr* B. C, occupation broker, intend lo apply lor permiaaion to proapect tor coal and pelroleum on tho mlaoion to proapect lor coil tnd petroleum on lh*
lollowing <leaerit<*d landa: following deacrihed l.nd.
?.���Commencing at a poot o Ian lad 30 chalna i 18.��� < ommencing at a poat planted at the north-
we��t ol the north*aal comer of Ul 46 being thr | *aat comer ol Ut ll bring In* aouthweat eorner
aorthwtat comer and marked J. McL. N. W marked J. McL. S. W. Cor, thence ettt Ho chalna.
thenc* aouth 60'thenr* norlh 80 chain*, thonc* treat 80 chalna.
Cor., thenc*    eaat  80 rhaina, __
ebaina. Ihenc* treat 80 chalna. thenct north 80
chaina to poinl ol commencement containing 640
W. Dan. Aget.t
Date.1 Dec. 26, IM"
Pub Jan. tl
Quern Chariotte laland. Und Diatrict Dlalrict ..I
Tako notice that I, John Mcl*rod ol Vancouver,
B. I'.. occupation hroker, intend to apply for permiaaion to proopect for eoal tnd petroleum on th*
lollowing demited landa:
S ���Commencing al a pool planted .10 chalna
weat ol the ni.rthetat comtr of Ul 46 boing lh*
northeaat corner marked J. MeL. N. E. Cor.,
thenc* weat 80 chalna. thence aouth 80 rhaina,
thenc- *a*t hii chalna, thttiet north 80 chain, tu
rotnt ol commtnorrnrnt containing 610 acrea.
laird D��e. 28. 1*10. JOHN M'LKOD
Pub. Jan. tl. v.   Daaa, Agenl
Queen Charlotte I .land. Und Diatrict Dtatrict ol
Take notiee lhal I. John McLeod ot Vancouver.
D. < .. occupation hroker, intend lo apply lor per*
miaiton lo proapect tor eoal and pfiroerum on the
following drwrribrd landa:
Ihence .outh 80 chain! 10 point ol commencement
containing 640 terra.
Dated Dee. 28. 1010. JOHN M'LKOD
Put* Jaa. tl. W. Daaa. Agon*
Qur*n Charlotle lalanda Und Dtatrict    IHatrietol
Tak* notlc* thai I. John Mcleod ol Vancouver.
II. C, occupalion hroker. Intend to apply lor per.
miaaion lo proopect for eoal and petroloum on th*
lollowing drarrihed land.
It.���Commencing at a poal planted at tht
northweal comer ot Ut 40 being th* norlharaat
corner tnd mark*d J. MeL. N. v.*. Cor., thenc*
*aal 80 ehaina. ihence couth 80 cbalna, tl.ence
w��ai 80 chaina, thonce north 80 chaini to point
ol eommencemenl mm lining 610 arm.
Dtlrd Drr. .10,1910. JOHN M'l.KOD
Puh. Jan. 21. *.*.   Daaa, Agent
Thi ci y of Toronto has had her
du.> soar, of outstanding citizens and
meteoric careers but it i.< very dtubt-
ful whither the last quarter of a century can thow a stranger combination
of force power versatility and organizing capacity han Dr. William Beattij
Nesbitt sometime member of the Provincial 1. 'gislat u e candidat, for local
mayoral y honors president of the
d. fund Farm n> Bank and at present
abs.-nt und.r a cloud. Hi was never
a man for ih- qui't uneventful lif.
of the average medical practition.r.
Indeed Toronto's livjiy political arena
failed tn afford suflic'ont z si to grat -
Queen . harlotte lalanda Und Diatrict���Diatrict of
Tab* notice that I, John McUod ot Vancouvor,
B, C occupation broker, inlend to apply (or permiaaion to proapect (or eoal and petroleum on thc
i lollowing d*acrlb*d landa:
tS.��� t ommeneini at a poal planted at ^he
northwoat corner ol Ul 40 lieing the aouthweat
eoroer, marked J. MeL. S. W. Cor., thenee eaat
80 chaina, thence north 80 chaino, thance wtat
80 chaina, thence aoulh 80 chalna to point ot
ronimrncem.nl containing 640 aerea.
Dated Dec. SO, 1��I0. JOHN  M'LKOD
I'ub. Jan. 21. W. Dati, Agent
Queen Charlotte lalanda Und Dtatrict    IHalricl ol I q^.,, charlotte lalanda Und Dlatrict-Dlatrict ol
s��c>a Skoena
Take notice thai I, John McUod nl Vtncouvtr, ]     T,k. nollw |hl,, John Mt|^,d ���r Vancouver,
I"  C. o*eup*>l>on broker, intend to al ply lor per-   B. C. occupation broker, intend to apply for per-
roeprrt lor rati tnd p*lrol*um on th*   mtaaion to proapeet lor coal and puroloum on tht
i ���_..���,��� j .i i i ,_
miaaion lo pi
following dr..riled land*
.��� -;- -_��� ���  ___    . _.  . .. _..,__ i    20.���c'ommoneing  at  a   poat  planted  nt tht
9.    t ommencing  tl  t port  planted   10 chalna   ���������,������,, ���,,���,, o( ut   ,��� ���,!���, ,���, northeaat
weat ol the northeaat rornrr ol.Ul 4.3 being th* I ^^ >(1(. m���k��� j,  M(L   N   "fc. for., lh*ne*
northweet corner marked J. McL. N. W. Cor.,
thenc* eaat -" chaina, thence aoulh 80 cbalna
Ihenc* weal 80 chain*, thence north 80 chalna
to poinl nf commencement containing 640 acraa.
r^r*  JOHN  M'LKOD
W. Data, Agenl
Dated Dec. 26, 1(10.
lii.trrl ..I
n Charlotte lalanda Und Diatrict
Take notice thtl I, John McLeod ot Vancouver,
11. C. occupation broktr. intend to tpply tor permiaaion to proapect tor eoal and potroleum on the
lollowing deocribed Und.
10.���Commencing at a poat planted SO chaina
weat ot th* northeaat comer ol lest 473 being
tb* norlheaat corner marked J. MeL. N. E. Cor.,
thene* weot 80 ehaina, thence eoullt 80 chaina,
thenee rail 80 ebtina, thene* north 80 chaina lo
���point ot cimmencem.nl containing 640 aerea.
bated Dee. 26,1910. JOHN M'LKOD
Pub. Jin II. W. Data, Agtnt
Diatrict ol
weot  80 ehaina. thence eouth  80  chalna, thene*
etat 80 chtint. t hence north 80 chalna to point
ot rommencement containing 640 ncrtt.
Dated Dee. 30, 1910. JOHN M'l.KOD
Puh.Jan.ll. W. It.... Agent
Quern Chariott* lalanda Und Diatrict���Dutrict ol
Take notice that I. John Mcleod ol \ ancouver.
B. C.�� occupation broker, intend to apply lor permiaaion to proapect lor coal tnd petrol*um on tb*
(ollowing dewcribod land.
21.��� Commencing at a poot planted at the
northweal comer ol Ut 40 being lb* northwoat
eomer tnd mtrked J, MeL. N. W. Cor., thence
eaat 80 ehaina. thence aouth 80 chaini, ihence
.��t 80 chalnt. thenc* north 80 chaini to point
ot ri.mtti.nrem.fit containing 640 acraa.
Dated Dee. 90,1*10. JOHN M'LKOD
Pub Jtn. II. W. Daaa, Agent
lollowing doacribed landa
24. (ommencing at a pott plantad at tht
northweal comer Ut 40 being the aouthtaat
comer market) J. MeL. S. E. Cor., thenee weat 80
chaini, thenc* north 80 chaim, thenee eaat 80
chaini, thonc* aouth 80 chaini to point ot commencement containing 640 acrea.
Dated Dec. 30, 1910. JOHN M'LEOD
Pub. Jan. 21. W. Daaa, Agent
Qu**n Charlotte I.land. Und Dlalrict���Diatrict ol
Ttkt notiee that I, John Mcleod of Vtncouvrr,
B. C* occupation, broker, intend to apply for permiaaion to proopect tor roal and petroleum on trio
following deocribed landa:
26.���Commencing at a poat planted one mile
north ot tbe northweat eorner ot Ut 39 being the
northeaat eorner marked J. McL. N. E. Cor.,
Ihenee weat 80 chain., thenr* aouth 80 chalna.
thonce oaat 60 chain,, thence north 80 chalna to
point ot commencement containing 640 acraa.
Dated D��. 31, 1910. JOHN M'LEOD
Puh. Jan. 21. W. Daaa, Agent
Quaen Charlotle laland, Und Diatriet
Ttk* notice that I. John Mcleod of Vancouver,
B. C, occupation broker, Intend to apply lor rj*r-
miaalon to prottprrt tor eoal and petroleum on th*
following deacrihed landi:
11 .'ommenrinf it a pott nlanted 30 ehiin*
watt ot thr northeaat comer of Lot 473 being the
aouthwttt comer mtrked J. MeL. 8. W. Cor.,
thenee eaat 80 ehaina, ihttnr* north SO ehaina,
thene* wtat  80  ehaina, thene* aouta  SO ebaina
tn point ot commencement containing 640 acrta.        ol romro*tieem.nt co
lined De*. t��. 1910. JOHN M'LEOD   Dtled Dee. 10. 1*10
Pub. Jib. II. ���*"������ *���'' **-*��� *-- ���"
��y'i**m. Agent I Pub. Jan. 21.
Quern .harlotte lalanda Und Diatriet -Diatriet ol
Ttkt notie* that I, John Mcleod ol Vancouver.
D. C. occupation broktr, Intend to apply lor per
mioaion to proapeet lor eoal tnd petroleum on tht
(ollowing deocribed Itndt:
22. Commenring tt t poat planted at tbt
northwoat comer of Ut 40 being tbt northeaat
oorner and markod J. MeL. N. E. Cor., thene*
weat 80 chaina. ihenc* aouth 80 ehilni, thance
oaat 80 chain*, tbtnc* north SO ehaina to point
nf oomi���neennnl containing 640 act*.
W. Dttt. Agonl
Queen Charlotte lalanda Und Diatriet���Diatrict ol
Ttkt notic* thtt I, John McUod ol  Vancouver,
B. C occupation broker, intend lo apply for permiaaion to proapect tor eoal and petroleum on the
following deecribed landa:
. IS.���Commencing tt a pott pltnted ont milt
north ol lh* northwttt comtr ot Ut 39 being th*
louthraat  corner marked J. MeL. 8. E. Cor.,
thenc* wrtt 80 ehtini, thence north 80 ehaina,
thenee eaat 80 ehaina, thence aoulh 80 ehaina to
point ot eommeneement containing 640 terta.
Dated Dee. 11,1910. JOHN M'LEOD
Pub. Jan.21. W. Daaa, Agtnt
fy his insatir-ble thirst for excit.-ment
as the citizens of Sunt ford Brace-
br.dge and s. v ml other surrounding
cities are qu'te roady to admit. Thc ex-
plosiv. doctor always manag d to have
half a doz-n iron, in th: fin* at on.
and lh.* sam? t me ard th. fact that
his fingers���as well as those of an unsuspecting public���wcr-i frequently sing
ed does not appear to have mattered
greatly.   Ht s-'mply had to "do th-'ngs."
Natural Brilliance
William Brattle Nesbitt B. A. M. D.
was born on a peaceful little farm up
in Oxford county some 45 year., ago.
At the iig ��� of 19 after completing a
preparatory education at Pickering College he came to Toronto and enrol cd
as an Arts student in thp University
of Toronto taking up his quart.ra n
the old University College residence.
The man's natural brilliancy indomi*-
able energy and trTa ic th-rst for sf'r
and excitement made him on. of the
features of the institution and his old
classmates tell som.- remarkabl. tales
of his own original ideas of >nter'sin-
ment. Even as a youth his strength
was enormous and many of the muscular
nf.'oinplishm.'iits attributed to his student days would !>.- littL- short of incredible were t not for a few more recent
Prodigioua Spirit*
He was proud of his great strength
and delighted in bowing it off. He
could lift a man or what is probably
something light.r a college undergraduate with each hand. He could do
the Indian club exercises with a pair of
heavy arm chairs. He liked tc break
things that others couldn't br-.ak. Th ire
was more tear .han wear on the lurnitur.
in th* old Residence; and "l.r akag."
was a h.'iivy item in the monthly bills.
In tips mattd of inevitable destruction
Billy Nesbitt's battle���that's the highly
appropriate college num.. for it���led
all th. rest. Chairs doors tables���
these wer.' only the small change of
his prowess
Strong Man Stunt*
Not long ago while up in the north
country he entered a slor. In which a
number of men were standing along a
counter.   In an excess of jovialty  th>
Jctor wont right along tho HrTpM
ed each man up and * him "M
the counter. There wen son* ,M
sized men ,�� th, crowd but whtfS
was through Dr. Ncsb.tt was , M
o go back down th, lint, and ,i(. *m
down again. V
Once while staying in Ottawa he del
dared his ability to throw an upri-*H
piano out of-thj wndow. IN .-J
we.e doubtful. Dr. Nesbit, pit-rc-d M
he piano and carried it to the windoH
ledge. Hie friends wer,. wllllni to M
hi r.st for gianted. ^^^1
Enters  Politics ^M
Duiing the early ninei ies Dr. Ne-afl
bitfs political aspirations romirent-tH
to assum.' definite form. H, [orroeH
a Conservative Association whose rooraH
on King street became a put -.;n..B
ground for the younK,*r ul.mat g| ,S
party. During his lirst s*-.sion il
Parliament as rcpreicntaiiv*. for NorqH
Toronto which was coinrid.'iil ..I
thi retiring t.-rm o' Si, Gi-orc,. u���.B
regime he was as usual wry agg-rwfrH
and h's fi.ry spwch.-s followini; ihfl
election of Sir James Whitmy's CovH
ernment indicated b \vond c|ii,..*tion thtl
h. felt that he was entitled lo a porlB
folic in the new Cabinet. This <fl
course is modern history and al
everyone knows th- Piymii - inund |
way out of the uncomfortabli situatio|
by appoint'ng Pr. Nesbitt lotheva<<ar|
rcgistrarship of W.-s   Toronto. I
Sworn aa R. C ���
An amusing amcdoti* went thi round|
at thc timi of <he doctor's taking olhcaH
Peter Ryan registrar in the adjoinir|
constituency as thorough a Romil
Cathol'c as Dr. Nesbitt was an Orangel
man contrived to hav. the AocirM
sworn in on a Don ay Bible. Thiilt.il
coming to light afterwards na'uril<l
arous.d Nesbit.'s ho. (Iran;, blood. ���
In High Finance I
But mere politits did not suffice l_
k.'i-p t he doctor busy    Durinc ah '.It*-!
y.-a.s he had been dipping    into   a*l
vartty   of   bus n.-ss  vtmures  in Ibtl
majority of which he   as ��*���.! u hiM
friends   came out  losers.   \�� �� vT0
moter and organizer   h.' wu withou
a peer in the city but h r. his ArtN
n*M ended.   When it came o lh irtui
operation of any manufacturing plu
which   his  genius   hsd  organiitl  ���
u-efu neos was at an end.   Onre th
business was undc-r way the s|Kfuliti-i
excitement and uncer am y ��aned ���
th. "man behind"   urned his attenuo
to othjr more promising d'r.*r ion?.
A Dynamic Force
It  is common talk that he .i'****
JHO 000  on   a  singl"  mining d al ��
Cobalt   and   hia  connection wilh tb.
now notorious Keeliy Wtt* is -"������I u
havt   netted   him   considerably mot.
At any rate   he has always Iwn iw
to enjoy 'he I  tl* luxuries which hu
unique nature dimand.'d  and  o tut
a fine home in the city an.l a "i.lftididl,
appointed 'cottage ' ;n Muskoka.
Another   amb't'ous   st'h.ni.'
likewise Went to the wall  was lh. ��
tablishment of a l.n.r mill �� ���?
of ita  k nd  in  Canada   in W m
town of Bracebrdige.
Mos.   of  Beattie  Nesbitt's trout**
have comt about bocaUK  he .-o"1-1'
still.   Even at ten thousand a -t*
* hi
Sl       Mill*        HTWU    *.*���    -v���   ���*-  .    |
he couldn't do it but cre.l out thai m
was getting too much money and |
littl   work.
I'ato-*1*1 ���
Quaen Chariotte lalandi Und DUlrid
Commencing at a pott J
lllttnl  thj"-*^
norui  amim  u*tm *******���---���_��__.
1, Oraham laland and markad
\k. corner, thene* Mat 80 eha
ehaina, tbtnet watt 80 thtlni,
planted *--', TownoluP
aorih-ltndnv.-t______}��gg%ff__\ CI
nortb * I
inmini,   Mftrgi*t��-   **���_>*-   ���   - ���,   rn r, t��i n ir- K
ehaina to point ol eommonermant. con
acraa mora or leaa.
Datad Nov. 11, 1��10.
Pub. Dae. S.
���,". flowing. *��*1"
WUaon OowiW.
Skeen.   Und   W-Hrt-��J-"
Diviaion .  cauiai
, toot JO day. after'***   -,& u
HeJrntr. larmer, ot Skldrgal*. " J ,\-__ (of ���
��2g% th* cUi g-graWjgBra.
licenan to proapect __m**3L3 |,���d.: . __,_,
and under the f__**>____*ttE_ on. __\*_____\
Commeneing at a MJaffi S***3 BE
ol tht aouthttat corner ol U* "''������, KO rb'**
th-anca touth 80 _G_\m_3g_*gll ***__Z
thtnea north 80 ehtlna. gfJgSMjtfaR,
point ol rommtaeemenl, -"^^.ks W.lMf-*
dated Nov. 1��, 1910. ���'"''���'
A Review of the Past Year's Literary Output
_ii_a**af|PV JS��*~"|V''>  m*t ******* ' ***��� ** m ** ' t*\ ���**"���.'��� f*t ���* y -g
A survey ol Canadian   iterature for
ijlO is somewhat disappointing te one
lookil*K [or outttandtag works of imagination, n h P-w^P" tc0 muc,h �� ex"
pert epic I" Otry along with leaping trad3
ind Immigration returns, or novels of
nrlcKlKllng .ntereit along with universal Hiding in town lots and mining
sha i's. The fact % the imagination of
Canadians is wrapt up in nat-on-building,
-abridging rivers, in thrtad-ng mountain
pas4s, In furnishing new commun-ties
��ith tl.e nec'ss'lies of existence. In
spite of th'i spirit ot ma.erialism there
i, a comforting qual'ty about the books
ol the year. We tttm many of thc great
nan *t o( the- past. Where are the poets
ol yesteryear? Roberts is writing animal stori.s a la Thompson-Seton; Campbell is diving nto history and recently
���ave us an engaging 1)ook on ,he i.reat
lakis; D. C. Scott is silen��, Stringer !s
writing tlcti'Otive' stories, Frederick Gcor-
**. S.-0 t anil Bliss Carman are still pro-
ducing. tliough in cisen.-d quantity, and
Cumuli las long lx*on since an exile.
Sco.. recently 'ssi:ed his collected poems,
nhich by h ir dignity and beauty of
po.'t'.c f.eling assure h;m a permanent
plan* in t!.> Canadian cha-r. Carman'B
"Thc Kuugh Ridor," published ear'y in
this you, niggetted the matur'ty ol
thuught ih.u naturally comes with ad-
nadng years, with no (ear ot the old
spontaneity and imaginative fervor. In
place ol the names ot the older writers
��e have a MM school ol poets, who.
'hough not publishing books, arc famil ar
lo us r, the baft periodicals on both
���tin. of the line Mis.i Picktha and
Mr��. MacKay are writing verse which,
though dillcrvtit in character worthily
���uccevds ih.' work of the nature-poets
ola!e�� years ago.
Tht Action for the year fumished no
twsaiwn nor especially brilliant "dark
hor.-.es." Miss Montgomery's "Kilmeny
ot the Orchard" buttressed her already
high stand:ng. Mrs. McClung's "Second
Chance" was a marked mprovement on
the craftsmanship of "Danny." Rob;ri
E. Knowk'S in "The Handicap" struck a
pace in writing of On.ario pionee. life
that notably enhanced his reputation.
At the c.osj of the y-ar Robert \V.
Service, the mot popular poet Canada
has had, bounded nto th. arena of
lict'on wilh ' Th..- Trail of Ninety-eight,"
a gruesome, nasty account of the first
gold rush to Dawson, but withal pow r-
ful and compelling. A little earlier
H. A. Cody gave in "The* F.or.tursinan"
an account of pioneering in the Yukon
along linos made familiar by Ralph
Connor's earlier works. Norn an Duncan continued h;s successutl description
of Newfoundland fishing life for boys
>n 'Billy Topsail & Co," while* Arthur
McKarlane, a new writer ior boys,
mad- a promising debut in "Ridn.-y
Mctiaw," a story of circus life. Marion
Keith's new novel, "Lirabeth of the
Dale," is another careful if not brilliant,
interpretation of rural life ;n cntrul
The most marked advanc ��� was mad.
in the 1. ss travelled tielih. of literature.
Stephen Lcacock burst into lull Howe
as a humorst in "Literary I.aiws," the
I..-.**-, we hav ��� had since Judge Ha'iburton,
Andrew Macphuil won international recognition tor his brilliance in "Essays
in Fallacy." A new western wriur,
Mrs. Arthur Murphy, was no Uss successful in a aeries of racy sketches in-
titled "Janey Canuck in thu West.'
Prof. W. F. Osborne gave practically the
only contribution to theology in "The
Faith of a Layman." Considering the-
tirst-hand sources ol information at their
disposal, our politic-ana do little writing
for public enlightenm.-nl.   Tho exception
th-'i year was C. A. Magrath, who wrct_
a thoughtful volume on "Canada's
Growth and Some Probkma Affecting
Of history there was little and of biography still less. Dr. Arthur Wentworth Ea'oil's "History of King's County" was oni of the few literary productions of the Maritime Provinces. A. F.
Hunter's "History of Simcoc County"
was a painstaking record of a romantic
port:on of Ontario. Of anthologies Mr.
L. J. Burpee gave us several in tabloid
fo*m useful as far as they wvnt, and Mrs.
C. M. White-Edgar's "A Wreath of
Canadian Song" is valuable especially
for its record of the earliest Canadian
verse. Frank Yeigh's volume of travel
and description, "Through the Heart
of Canada," is an accurate and well-
written picture of this country, more
especially intended for those who know
comparatively little of it.
Last in and many respects most Im-
i port ant of the year, :s Goldwin Smith's
| "Rem'niscences," edited by Arnold Hau-
| Itain. Goldwin Smith had been tor
i years our greatest stylist, and the facts
: here related in entertaining ve*in will be
; a storehouse for the historian for years to
Work performed by experts|only.
A first class job is guaranteed in
every instance.
A large stock of; Chandeliers  and
Fittings carried.
H. W. Blakely - Electrical.
Third Ave.
Near Sixth
Made Hia Claim Upon Reporta He
Had Received From All Parta of
the Province���Coal Mine Amendment Bill Paaaed.
(Special to the Optimist)
Victoria, Fob. 2.- In thc House* last
evening  Premier   McBride  moved  the
second reading of the bill to arr.end the
Coal  Mines  Regulation  Act.    He re*-
viewed the coal mining situation in the
province and stated that from the re-
I ports   he   had   received  from   various
I quarters he had no hesitation in claiming
I that the Province ot British Columbia
; possessed the largest coal measures in
1 the entire world.
ProspectorB returning from the northern parte of the Province had reported
large discoveries of coal areas in the
Peace River and other districts. The
1 fame of the Crow's Nest was known
the world over and he did not think
it unreasonable to think that many
other measures when fully developed
would not be less famous.
He claimed that the bill before the
House was modelled upon the English
Act. intimating, however, that it was not
the intention of the government to
accept the suggestion of ihe member
for Newcastle to allow miners to elect
their own prospector*. ��� That idea had
been put into practice in Pennsylvania
and ii had not worked satisfactorily.
Notice to Our Cuatomera
Becaus.' of other parties misrepresenting themselves I will p. rsonally colled
ail accounts due this company during
February So do not pay accounts until
I call as we will not iccogniz.' them
City Scavenging Co . H L Dixon       2*1
Owned and operated by the
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway on
the American and European plan.
Excellently furnished, with
steam heat, electric light, and all
modern conveniences, being absolutely first-class in every respect.
The appointments and service
are equal to any hotel on the
Rates: $1 to $3.50 per day.
G. A. Sweet, Manager.
Windsor Hotel
Newly Furnithrd and
Steam Hral*-d Rooma
a kikst (Slabs hak and dining
P.O. BOX 37
iARTAUD &  UESNER, Proprietoks
Tin   New  Knox  Hotel In run on thr Eurupein
plan.    Flrst-clQiB mtvIcp.    All the Latent Modern
| Improvement.. -:-:- BEDS 60c UP
Appeals to people of discriminating taste because of
its superb Quality and Purity -no matter if you
drink it in Canada or in its St. Louis home town-
it always has the same snappy flavor���its in a class by
Bottled only at the
Anheuser-Busch Brewery       Clarke Bros.
ST. LOUIS, MO. U. S. A. Distributor. Prince Rupert, B. C.
THERoyal Hotel
Cor. Third Avenue and Sixth St.
Tho Finest f-.N.-uv
Tin' l>*".t  sotripiMd
��� im! htc;iin hcatH.
lint nnd Sold 1 i;ith-
ftiMiu*   room   an-l
restaurant    *     ���
Corley & Burgess, Props
Spring II.mIk, clean White Sheet-.  25c
Rooms 50c
Labour Bureau in connection
All kinds of positions ____
funished FREE
i. GOODMAN. Proprietor
Phone 178, Prince Rupert, B.C. THE   PRINCE   RUPERT   OPTIMIST
C. P. R. Orders a Duplicate of the Princess Adelaide
for the Northern Run���C. N. R. Will Also Put
Two Steamers on a Weekly  Service
I From Monday's Dally.)
There is every probability that during
next summer Prince Rupert, the seat
of the great last west will have a daily
steamship service with Vancouver and
the south. This almost startling development is mad.- possible by the announcement that the Canadian Pacific
company has duplicated its order for
another Princess Adelaide to ply between
Vancouver, Prince Rupert and Stewart.
The Adelaide
Thc Adelaide was built by the Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering company and on her trials she made an
average speed of 18.25 knots. She
sailed from the Clyde on October 4, and
arrived at Victoria on December 16
Captain Lindgren, formerly skipper of
the Mexican liner Loasdale, brought
her out. She is 290 feet long, 46 feet
boom and 17 feet deep. She is constructed of steel throughout, with cellular double bottom, two watertight
flats and is practically unsinkable*
Perfect Replica
The order for the duplication was
wired to the builders almost immediately
the Princess Adelaide was seen in Pacific
waters. Her style was so much above
reproach and her utility so obvious that
the company felt they could not do
better than have her replica operating
in thc waters of Northern British Clo-
umbia for them.
Bi-Weekly Service
Of course it is possible that she may
replace the Beatrice on the run just
as the Adelaide has replaced the Charmer
on the trip to Victoria, but it is regarded
in shipping circles both in Prince Rupert
and Vancouver that during the summer
months at any rate when thc trade of
thp coast is booming with the influx
of settlers and the consequent output
of material, that both the steamers w*ll
be run and will form a bi-weekly service
in the same way as the Prince George
and Prince Rupert ol the G. T. P. are
expected to do.
A Steamer Per Day
In this way the possibility of a daily
service with the south looms promisingly
upon the horizon. With the fleets of
the G. T. P. the Canadian Pacific, the
Canadian Northern, and the Union
steamship vessel, the Camosun, there
will be seven regular ships making this
port with passengers and freight every
Conditions Improving
Of course by the time the promises
of today are realized ma-y changes
may have taken place in the personnel
of thc coasting boats of the north Pacific
but it is not at all likely that whatever
alterations may be made they will be
any diminution in the sevice. The
forecast is based upon the present conditions, and although the ships may
come and go it is not to be believed
that the circumstances of trade and
commerce will deteriorate, the reverse
order of things being much the more
probable event nation.
Will Make Trade
Thc very fact that these great shipping organizations have seen fit to undertake the task of developing the trade
of the coast of British Columbia by
putting on a service which will be more
than adequate for the present demands,
is not only a huge advertisement for the
Province, it is a stimulant that will
inevitably bring about its own reward
by facilitating the trade relations of
the north and the south, and thereby
developing the great and inherent resources of the country.
Indian suitor for the beautiful Selina's
While partaking of the fish thc old
mother gave a small portion of the
alleged dainty to the dog. Thc effect
upon the animal was instantaneous.
It threw itself into paroxysms of agony,
yelped and died in a few minutes.
Startled by thc sight the old woman
became alarmed for herself but before
she could do anything the poison gripped her. With terrifying grimaces and
physical contortions she passed out of
Selina has been arresttd because it
is believed that the murder, crude as
it was, was a frame up between her and
her lover to get rid of the old woman
who would not hear of them coming
together. Harrs will also be arrested
in all probability.
The Tin Plate, Solder, Etc., for Cam,
Will Arrive from the Old Country
in March���Greatest Preparations
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
British   Columbia   salmon    canners
in   preparation   for   the   canning   season  this  year,   which  is  expected  to
in   results  that   of   1910,   have
over   Jl,500,000   for  equipment
supplies.    Tin   plate,
Wirelei* Message Is Reassuring���
Only Resting on the Sticky Bottom���Hoping to Float Her at High
School Board is Looking Ahead������Estimates for 1911
Provide for Three New Teachers, and Equipment of a Gymnasium at the School
tFrom Wednesday's Dally.)
The School Board of Prince Rupert
is not letting the grass grow under its
feet. They are looking ahead and
endeavouring to make provision for the
conditions that will be here within a
very short time. At thc last meeting
of the Board estimates for $15,000 were
submitted and passed upon.
The estimates provide for three more
teachers, two in the public and one in
the high school which it is proposed lo
inaugurate after the summer holidays.
One of the other teachers will have
to be engaged al Easier and the other
in September.
In regard to the high school it is
estimated that by September there
will be from twelve to twenty pupils
qualified for the work of the high school.
For the first year it will be necessary
to carry on the work of the high school
in the new school, and with this idea
in view the Board has provided in the
estimates for three more rooms being
As an earnest of their intention to
look after the physical as well as the
educational side of their charges they
have set aside $1,500 for the installation
of a gymnasium and the proper fixing
up of a playground at the new school.
The secretary of lhe School Board
has been asked to write to Mr. Wm.
Manson as M. P. P. for Skeena, to have
one or two government lots at the
back of Lynch's store placed on reserve
for school purposes, as it is contemplated
in the near future to erect a new school
on that property if possible to accommodate the needs of the children of the
west end.
(Special to thc Optimist)
Vancouver, Feb. 2.���The new C. P.
R. steamer Princess Adelaide which
arrived on this coast only recently, ran
ashore at Apple Tree Point last night
in a blinding snow strom. She grounded
at ton minutes past ten. Immediately
she struck all Was confusion on board.
The weather had been so fierce that
excitement. A few minutes of anxiety
was all they had to suffer, however,
for it very soon became evident that the
vessel had sustained little damage. She
was stuck high and dry on the Point.
Apple Tree Point is about half way
between Seattle and Port Townsend.
A wireless report received later says
that the Adelaide is not damaged but
is resting firmly on the sticky bottom.
The officials are hoping to be able to
float her at high tide.
and supplies. Tin plate, solder and
lead for the salmon cans, boxes, nets
and gear are all included in this amount
which is about the largest ever put
out by the canners of the province for
their business in an "off" season. Thc
tin plate for the greater part is coming
from the old country on the steamers
of the Holt and Weir lines, and will
arrive early in March.
Although some of the canners had
more equipment remaining at the close
of the season last year than was anticipated, on the whole the year's
results were regarded as very satisfactory. This year in the north a heavy
catch is anticipated, although it will
be one of the light seasons for the Fraser
River canneries are now undergoing
overhauling. By the advent of the
fishing season in June they will all be
in readiness for operations. Cannery
hands will be sent north early in April
to prepare the boats, nets and bo forth.
Although a good catch is expected,
none of the companies are preparing
to make additions as they had more
equipment and room last year than they
actually needed.
It was stated yeeterday that the
British Columbia Packers' Association
had purchased about 35 per cent of
the entire amount of supplies and
equipment secured by the entire industry for the coming year.
Saskatchewan   Agriculturiata   View
Treaty With Favor
Regina, Feb. 3.���(Special)���A crowded
meeting of the Saskatchewan agricultural soi'i.'ties unanimously passed a
resolution viewing with favor the reciprocal arrangements made by Canada
with the United States.
Worst Storm in Ten Years���Buiineaa
Montreal, Feb. 3.���(Special)���The
worst storm that has been experienced
here during the last ten years is now
raging. It set in at whirlwind pace
about three o'clock in the morning and
continued in unabated fashion all day
long. The temperature is below zero
and the wind is blowing at thirty miles
an hour. Business all over the city
is demoralised. People will not leave
their homes for work. Everything is
at a standstill.
Town of Juneau Is All Excited���-Believed That a Love
Story is at the Bottom of the Death of the
Mother of Selina Dowling
(Special lo the Optimist)
Juneau,   Feb.   3.���The  town   is   all
execitement   over   an   alleged   murder.
Selina Dowling, reputed to be the most
beautiful hulf breed maiden in Alaska,
was arrested today following an investigation into the cause of the death of
her mother. The old woman died in
terrible agony after eating three candle
fish brought to her by John Harris, the
Edmonton, Feb 3 ���(Special)���After
a strenuous trip lasting over forty days
on the northern winter trails the mail
from as far north as Fort Providence
has arrived here The mail was brought
from Chippewayn by George Loutit, the
mail carrier for the Hudson's Bay company Owing to the increasing population in the north country the mail
was the largest on record
William Garion Dead
Calgery, Feb 3 ���(Speciali���Thc death
occurred here from pneumonia of William Garson, ex-City Controller of
Winnipeg At one time deceased was
a member of the Ontario governement.
The Largest Output Since 1902���Despite Enormous Output the Price
la Better Today Than It Haa Been
for Years.
The U.S. department announces the
Alaska salmon pack for 1910 was 2,-
391,000 casee, the largest since 1902.
Notwithstanding the enormous pack
the price of salmon is better today than
for years, particularly the price of the
poorer grades of salmon, due a great
deal to the literature issued by the
government urging the use of salmon as
cheap foodstuff.
Enquiries  '   ill   Be  Met by PrintH I
Facta Telli_g All About Prince Ru.
pert.    An Improved Po.tal Service |
Is Wanted.
tFrom Wednesday'! Dally.)
Hundreds of enquiries from nil partl
of Canada, the United States and
Europe come in lo M. M. Etopfaaaj
the secretary of the Board of Trade
of Prince Rupert. People contemplating
settling here write Baking .'hum privtrerts
People thinking about going into tbe
rich interior territory writi* asking i|
they can purchase supplies, etc, w
Prince Rupert reasonably. The whole
correspondence suggests prosperity (or
the city and its merchants
Since the task of replying to that
letters is getting beyond the power
of the secretary of the board of trade, a
meeting of the board was held list
night in his offices to discuss plans lot
issuing the facts so often sought regarding Rupert in pamphlet form.
A campaign of advertising for Print*
Rupert will be opened to extend even
farther the range of enquiries, and I
pamphlet covering the field of enquiry
fully, will be prepared. The claims ol
the interior territory will be advantageously act forth, and the city itself
will be fully dealt with. Facts, facts,
facta���ia tho cry. Not pictures or fairy
tales just the things people want to
know���the many things we have to
be proud of about our city.
An advertising committee composed
of the following members wa*. appointed
last night: W. P. Lynch, VY. M. Law,
J. G. Scott, R. A. White and G. W.
Other busineaa dealt with laat ni|ht
involved some criticism of th. poat
office. Tbe need for premim nearer
the buainesa section was emp'-.wwo*
It waa thought that a temporary port
office should be put up soon, u tke
prospect of a permanent one nen-J
remote. It was agreed that the port-
maater ia laboring under considerable,
difficulty and no criticism whatever
was directed against him. But tl��
delay in delivering mail to calltfl ��t d*
wickets, the difficulty of getting stamp*
or money orders while mBil i�� -M*-!
sorted, the charges for box rent. Md
the need for uptown mailing pl��"* ***
all mentioned as requiring attention.
It was sugge-rU-d that the d-purunent
at Ottawa bc notified of the nerd W
expansion in the present post offif*��
meet the needs of the growing city."*
meantime a committee was tippm*'*
to interview thc postmaMir and P
into the whole matter. The ���"*���*"���
are J. G. Scott, R. A. White. 0* ���*���
Brandt and M. M. Stephens.
The Finance Committee for the J**"
was appointed as follows: A E* ��
Master, J. H. Thomson and " r'
Wilaon; also thc By-law 'V-*"1**
via.. F. Stork, W. Lynch, D. H. M��*
rison, W. Law and F. Mobley.
J. J. Sloan applied for 0*0**
and was admitted. ,_,
take UP ���*
More Snow in the Pais Than Ever Before���Temperature Zero. Trains
Running Very Late and Freight
Tied Up.
(Special to the Optimist)
Fernie, Feb. 2.���All the previous
storm records have been eclipsed here
today. The storm fiend has been raging
all day long and already a foot haa been
added to the snowfall which is the
deepest that has ever been seen in the
Pass. The wind is causing it to drift
into high banks. Thc temperature haa
again fallen to zero. The freight traffic is tied up completely and in consequence the passenger trains are* running from cwenty-four to forty-eight
hours late.
The   Secretary   is  to
matter of a waiting room on
thc ��
and to try to get something -I"--*'*0*'":
meeting this need. He will ** ���**
into the matter of local *~���*Tl
which are thought by the *>���*��
Trade to be exorbitant, and t*V*
sentations will be made to the vsn����
express companies. ,
A suggestion by A. E. MeM**'*
a show case of grains, etc., Ut V'
of  the  interior lands, should tm
played on the wharf met with apP �����*
and  will probably take shape M
improvements on the wharf ******
London.   Feb   B*^P*j��^!^
been definitely decided that'*���*��?%
Queen  Alexandra will  not    U.n
Coronation festivities m the sumnur THE   PRINCE   RUPERT   0 1* f 1 M I S T
Distributing Agents for Northern B. C.
Large Store and Kaaement
on  Second  Ave.
Lot 2, Block 6, Section 1,
Second   Avenue,
$2250; Terms
{ Employer's Liability
F. B. Deacon
Open Evenings       Alder Block       SIXTH ST.
'���)*(���, not
(Subdivision of Sec. 9) about 200 yardB from waterfront
This Subdivision   is   the  only   inside   subdivision   not  owned
by the  Railroad Company.
Lots from $700;  Very Easy Terms
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Brokers, Prince Rupert and Stewart, B. C.
Ajentt (or Stewart Land Company,  Limited
He Optimist
* tfaat tatt*aa*M*at.. tat***** .. *��.. "... **��.^<i ��*��..>
"You say the elopement was sort of
forced upon you?"
"Tes; after .ihe came down the rope
ladder her dad pulled il up "
"Well, I'Ve had to fire the star who
took the part of Eliza," said the manager
of the Uncle Tom's Cabin company
"She insisted on wearing a hobble
skirt and there was danger of the dogs
catching and eating her up "
"Oh, nonser.se;   what iB there hard
about roller skating?"
"The floor "
"Are these socks all wool, young
man?" queried the old gentleman;
"I���or���don't think so, sir," replied
the new clerk "They are marked 'half
hose' on the box "
Bub  -Father, who was Shylock?
Father���Shame  on  you,   Bub!     Go
study your bible!
Charles Frohman was praising a new
French playwright
"He is a genius," Mr Frohman said
"It is too bad that he writes such sordid
and unpleasant plays
"A young girl was discussing one of
his plays���her father and mother had
gone to see it in Paris
" 'Father,' she said, 'understood as
much of it as he could, and mother as
much as she chose.' "
Senator Elihu Root was talking about
a tactless political move.
"It lost them the election," he said
"and it deserved to on account of its
"In fact, in this regard, it reminded
me of the rich man who. in a wedding
breakfast speech, where the bride and
groom would be very poor, concluded
with the words.
"And now, dear friends, one last remark. Don't throw any rice or old
shoes at them. Send all your rice and
old shoes to them after they get settled."
Sentence Sermon*
Freedom is the right to choos.- the
Anaemia is ofter temporarily mistaken for v'rtue.
Rtv .nge is better than a greedy kind
of gratitude.
The more th  tongu; flows th, L-ss th
head knows.
An ingrowing conscience drives many
a man into sin.
They who talk much of dying arc
usually dead alnady.
Most ol i-hose who wan to go to
heaven back out from dying.
No man ever followed a great ideal
without getting a hard job on his hands
Whin the pulpit gets into the poetic-
cloud it misses the man on the pavement
Some folks n.vcr ftel saintly until
they have a chance to syndicate the-r
���Henry P. Cope
Truth is stranger than fiction���to
some people, but I am measurably
familiar with it.
Truth is stranger than fict;on, but
^ is because fiction is obliged to stick
to possibilities; truth 'sn't.
We can secure other people's approval if we do right and try hard; but
our own is worth a hundred of it, and
no way has been found out of securing
There are those who scoff at thc
schoolboy, calling him frivolous and
shallow. Yet it is the schoboy who
said; "Faith is believing what you
know ain't so."
We Bhould be careful to get out of
an experience only the wisdom that is
in it���and stop there; lest we be like
thc cat that sits down on a hot stove
Professional Cards
Second avenue and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 351
of Britlah Columbia uf B.C.. Ontario, Sa*
and Manitoba Bart. katchtwan  and Al
berta Bara.
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Oflic   Kxi'lmtiKi* block, corner Third avtnue and ! CIGARS
Sixth ttreet. Prince Runert. 8
We Have Moved
Helgerson Building
Union Transfer & Storage Co. Ltd.
Agents for Imperial Oil Company
Telephone 36
WM. S. HALL. L. D.S.. U. D.S.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operation* akilfully treated. Gaa and
local anaathetlca adminlater-ed for the iiainleaa ex*
traction of teeth. Conaultatlon free. Office*: 19
and 20 Alder Block. Prince Rupert. 11-12
Utile's NEWS Agency
Magazines -.: Periodicals :: Newspapera
Civil and Mining. Engineer*, and Surveyor..
Reporta,   Plana.   Specification*,   rattmalr-a.
Wharf Conttructlor. Etc.
Office:   2nd Ave., near First Street
IM'I'II. OF WM.  rOXON,  t Sy .   A.R.A.H.. LON., KNQ.
Altx.M. ���-��-��
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 286
Prince Rupert, B.C.
Prince Rupert Lodge, 1.0.0.F
NO. 63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All members of the order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
H. MORTON. Secretary.
The Westholme Lumber Co.
First Avenue Telephone 186
Property Owners
and Tenants
On 1st, 2nd and 3rd Aves.
Between Fulton and 8th SU.
Wr have been Inatrurted by Head Office lo accept
Additional Fire Insurance
Liverpool & London and Globe, Phoenix Assurance Company, British America Company.
Second Ave.. Prince Rupert, B.C.
lid. She will never sit down on a hot
stove lid again���and that is well; but
also she will never sit down on a cold
ont any more.
Everything human is pathetic. Thc
secret source of humor itself is not
joy, but sorrow. There is no humor
in h. a veil.
G. T. P. Tranafer Agenta
Ordtra promptly filled.   Pricet i,���**��<.nal.le.
OFFICE-H. R. Rochttler. Centre SL    I'hont At.
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Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
SIXTH STREET prince rupert
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Natural wool.
Flannelettes and Outing Flannel.
I.allies'   Fancy Waists.
Boots,  Shoes and  Men's Clothes.
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Scientific Electric Facial Manage
Electric Treatment* a Specially
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Plumbing, Heating
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SHOP- Batrmeni of Hala-traon Raxa
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Eight Tablea Second Ave. THE   PRINCE   RUPERT   0PI1M1S1
If You Want Results
List your Properties with us.
We specialize in Business
Property  in  Prince Rupert.
Our advertiaemant about Prince Ru-H-rt
Opportunities appear! in 35 of the leading newspapers of the United States
and Canada. Each mail brings ua hosts
uf inquiriees.KCoaie and see for yourself.
WE HAVE'Clients with Cash to huy egret rr.rrts of sale.
WE HAVE|Cli<-nts with Cash to Loan on agreements of sale.
WE HAVE'Clients withJCesh for Lota on Second and Third Aves.
WE*;HAVE Clients with Cash for Leases on  LoU in Section One.
WE HAVE Clients;with Cash for Property in any part of Prince
WE HAVE Inquiries for Townsites.
WE HAVE Inquiries for Farm Lands.
WE HAVE Inquiries  for   Fruit  Lands.
WE HAVE Inquiries for sites for Apartment Houses.
Co-Operative Realty Company Limited
-Third Avenue at S*v*nth-
P. O.'fiox 906
MONDAY  ��� FEBRUARY  .  6th.
Mr. and Mrs. McCall'try returned by
the I'rince George on Wednesday from
a trip to Southern California.
Mr. J. R. L. MacDonald of the Foley,
Welch & Stewart company left on
Thursday for an extended trip to
The Queen Mnry Chapter. Daughters
o( tht- Empire will hold a special meeting
1 on Saturday, February II, in Si. Andrews
[Hall, when the reports of the various
cimimitt.es  from the recent   reception
will he presented.
The   Ladies   of   the   Athletic   Com-
jmittit* of the  Kaien  lsiand Club en-
: itr.aiiuil the club numh. rs at a moat
' enjoyabK Five Bundled puny on Thursday evuiing.    Tin   rooms were beautifully decorated antl twalvt  tabic* of
Icards were arranged.    Mln  Hurbeau
! won .he ladiua' lirst prise and th. UuUuV
booby went u> Mr. Tite.   Thi gentlo-
' menY first  was won by  Mr.  Wallace
antl; Ik booby by Mr. ('. Rogers.  Shortly
:tf;. r i K v. n o'clock supper wan served
anti then tlaneing was indulged in for
sev, rid   hours.     Those   pri��cnt   were:
Mr. and Mrs. Mct'alfery, Mr. antl Mrs.
Sweet,  Mr.  and   Mrs.  Tile,  Mr. and
Mrs. Dawson, Mr. and Mrs. Anderson,
Mrand Mi-s.Fri7.zell.Mr.atid Mre.Arnold,
Mr. and Mrs. Miller. Mrs. Wurk. Mr
W.  Wark, ihe  Misses  Harl-eau,   Miss
Ix-ckhnrt, Mil's Keelty, Mi.-s Gleason,
< Mr.  and   Mrs.  Stork.   Miss  McPhail,
the   Mceara.    Rogers,   Keeley,   Orme,
Helgerson, Wallace, ('. Rogers, Nickerson,  Harrup,  George,  Godst-n,  Roden
and many others.
Mr. D. M. Moore haa returned to
the city after an extended trip to Eattern
Queen Charlottolalanda l.an.l Di.trict���Dlitrict ot
Take notice that I, John McLeod ol Vancouver,
B.C., occupaliun broker, intend to apply lor permiaaion to prospect lor coal and petroleum on th*
lollowing deacribed land.:
1.���Commencing at a poat planted at the north-
weat corner 1...1 171 being the northweal corner
marked J. Mel.. N. W. Comer, thence eaat 80
ehaina, thence aouth 80 chaina, thence weat 80
ehaina, thence north 80 chain, to point of commencement.
Dated Dec. 23. 1810. JOHN M'LEOD
Pub. Jan. 21. W. Da*��, Agent
Queen Charlolte lalanda Land Diatrict���Diatrict ol
Take notice that I, John McLeod of Vancouver,
B.C., occup.tion broker, intend to apply lor permUalon to prospect for coal and petroleum on the
tollowing tleacribed landa:
2. ���Commencing ut a poat planted at the northweal corner l.nt 171 being the northeaat corner
marked J. McL. N. E. Corner, thence weat 80
chains, thenci* aoulh 80 chaina, thenee eaat 80
chains, thence norlh 80 chalna to point ol com-
Dated Pee. 23, l'JIO. JOHN  M'LEOD
Pub. Jan. 21. W. Dam, Agent
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Mr. J. Hartney of Vancouver spent
the past week in the city.
Mm. A. J. Morris entertained informally on Wednesday evening for Miss
If it's news, you will find it in
The Optimist
Mrs. R. L. Mcintosh gave a moat
enjoyable Bridge party on Thurjday
evening at her rtsidence on Fourth
avenue in honor of Miss Mason of
Vancouvir. Five tables were, arranged
for, and the ladies first prize was won
by Mrs. Clements while Miss Mason
capturtd the ladits' booby. Mr. Tookcr
got tht g.ntlemen's lirst and Mr. Cambie
iht grntlem. n's booby. Among those
pr.-iiu wtr.: Mr. and Mrs. Clcmmt ,
Mrs. J. Frtd Ritchi*. Mrs. Robemon,
Miss Kll'.t, Miss Drummond, Mi.-ta
Mason, Mi��8 DuYtrm-t, Miss Edmonds
antl the Miasm Rochtsttr, thc Messrs.
Agnew. Pitcairn, Hannington, Tooker,
Wilson, Munro, Cambie, Clancy and
Flew in.
Miss Roc healer etilertuintd at a small
party   Bridge  on  Tumday  afternoon.
The first prise was won by Mrs. J. C.
Mclennan while Mrs. R. L.   Mcintosh
got  the second.    Those prt-aent  Were:
Mr*. A. J. Morris, Mrs. S. B. Johnson,
! Mrs. V. W. Smith, Mrs. D. McLeod,
I Mrs. Spain, Mrs. Mcintosh, Mrs. Mc-
' Lennan. Mrs. Gilmore and Mrs. Clements.
There was a very pleasant dance
given on Friday night in the Mclntyre
Hall. Among those prear.nt were: Mr.
and Mrs. V. W. Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
Pillsbury, Rev. and Mm. James, Dr.
and Mm. Cade, Captain and Mm.
Johnson, Mr. and Mm. Ward, Mr. and
Mm, Hugh Dunn, Mi. and Mm. McMaster, Mr. and Mm. A. J. Morris,
Mm. Tremayne, Mm. Lamont, Miss
Martin, Miss Milligan, MUs Kergin,
Miss Mason, Miss McMasu-r, Miss
Pinder, thi Missis Dunn, Mi.* Mc-
Naughton, Miss Thompson, the Misses
Rochester, tht Messrs. Cambie, Hannington, Foster, WiUon, Ferguson, R.it-
chel, Titus, Browne, Criwc, Harrison,
Tooker, McKnight, Newcombe, Hartney (Vancouver,, Mawtr, Pitcairn. Crippen and Oakley.
Quran Charlotte Ulamla land Diatrict���District ol i
Take notin* lhal 1, John McLeod ol Vancouver,
ll C, occupation broker, intend to apply fur permiaaion to pruspect lor coal and petroleum on the
lolluwing ili'scnlied lamia:
3.   Commencing at a  post planted one milo
north ol tl 1 11 rurataat corner ol lot 17!, marked
J. McL. N.W. Corner, being thenorth-we t corner. |
thonce   rasl SO chains, thenee wuth* SO chain., ,
thenci*  west  BQ chains,  thence north Ml chaina to 1
point ol eommencemenl.
Dated Pec. 24. 1910. JOHN  M'l.EOI)
Pub. Jan.21. W. Dane. Agent I
Queen t'h.rloiii' Islands l.rml DUtrict��� Diatrict ol
^ Skeena
Take notic lhat I, John Mel .eod ol Vancouver,
B. Ch occupation broker, intend to apply for pcr-
mtaaiun to proapect (or coal and petroleum on the
lolluwing lieecrlbed land.:
4. -Commencing at a poat planted one mile
north of the northweal corner of Lot 171 lieing the
northeaat comer marked J. McL. N. E. Corner',
thence weal 80 chain., thenre aouth 80 rhwitia
thence eaat 80 chaina, Ihence north SO chain, to
point of commencement.
D.ted Dec. 24.1910. JOHN M'LEOD
Pub. Jan. 21. W. Daa.. Agent
��� ���**���
Queen Chtrtott* Wan-in Laml DUlrict���DUtrict of
Take notice that I.John McLeod of Vancouver,
B. C, occupation broker, intend lo apply for per-
minion to proapect for coal and prtrolvuin nn the
following deacrihed Unda:
6.���CommencinK at  ��  post planted  one milo .
north of thc northwest corner of Lot 171 being
the aouthweat corner marked J. McL. 8. W. Cor-1
ner. thence north 80 chaina, thence eaat 80 chalna, ,
thence anuth 80 chaina, thence wwt 80 chaina to !
Klnt of commennment. <
,t��d Dec. 24, 1910. JOHN  M'l.KOD   *****
Pub. Jan 21. VY .Daaa. Agon | \ \
Queen Charlotle IaUnda Land DUtrict    DUtrict ol
Tak* notice that I, John Mcleod of Vancouver,
ll. t . occupation broker, inlend to apply for par-
mUaion lo proapect for coal and petroleum on tha
follow.i.g deacribed landa:
6. Commencing at a poat planted one mUe
north of the northweal comer of Lol 171 being the
aoutheant corner marked J, McL. S. K. Corner,
tbence north 80 chaina, thonco weat 80 chalna
tbence i-ottth 80 chaina, thence eaat 80 chaina f
point of commencement.
Dated Dec. 2*1, 1910. JOHN M'LKOD
Pub. Jan. Sl. VY. Daaa, Agent
Advance Shipmtnl of
Prints and
We are now showing alwut
thirty designs in the new
spring PRINTS���mostly ta
the lighter pattern*., 'nnd
also several designs in blue
ami white ducks. We .it'll
the prints at 16c a yard am)
the clucks at 20c,
This is merely an advance
shipment of a portion of
our spring order for these
goods anil we arc daily expecting to receive the Id-
ance containing tin* dark
prints, etc.
In a few daya we -hall be
tIn���inieli with nnr stock taking and we shall then have
something to tell you aliout
certain things that we are
going to put on a Bargain
table which will contain
some prizes for those who
see it first.
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Pboe-s 0 LIMITED
1 1 Fulton St. and 3rd A...
Qu**n Chariott* lalanda Land Diatrict -Dlalrict ol
Tak* nolle* thai 1, John McLeod ot Vancouver,
B, C, occupalion broker, intend to apply for permiaaion tn proapect for coal and petroleum on the '
lollowinK described landa:
7.���Commencini al a poat planted 30 chalna i
west ol the northeaat corner of ls.t 45 being the \
northwe.1 comer .nd marked J. McL. N. W
Cor., thrnee eaat 80 chain., thence aouth 80
chains, thence weat 80 chaina. thence north 80 I
chaina to point of commencement containinK 640 |
paled Dec. 26, 1110. J<.).,INJ ifie''|'��
C P Jm*l
Pub. Jan. 21
Queen Charlutte Uland. I -ami Dlitrict    Di.trict ol
Take notic* thai I, John Mcleod ol Vancouver,
B, C., occupation broker, intend to apply lor permUsion to proapect (or roal and petroleum on the
lollowinK decribed landa:
H Commencing at a poat nlanted HO chalna
west ol the northeut corner of Lot 48 being th*
northeaat enrner marked J. McL. N. K. Cor.,
thenre weal 80 chaina, Ihence south 80 chaina,
thence eaat 80 chain., thence north 80 chaina to
poinl ol commencement containing 640 acrea.
Dated Dee. 26. 1910. JOHN M'LKOD
I'uh. Jan. 21. W Da... AKent
Queen Charlotle lalanda Land Diatrict    Diatrict ol
Take notice lhal I, John McLeod ol Vancouver,
B. C. occupation broker, intend lo apply (or per-
mimion to prositeci lor coal and petroleum on the
lollowinK described landa:
9.���Commencing at a poat pl.nted 30 ehaina
woat ol the northeaat comer ol Lot 473 being thc
northweat corner marked J. McL. N. W. Cor.,
thence eart 80 chain., Ihence anuth 80 chain.
Ihence weat 80 chaina, thence north 80 chain.
to point ol commencement containing 640 acrea.
Dated Dec. 26, 1910. JOHN M'LKOD
I'ub. Jan.21. W.Dua, Agent
Queen Charlotte lalanda Und Diatrict- DUtret oi
Take notice that 1, John McLeod ol Vancouver,
B. C, occupation broker, intend to apply for permiaaion to proapect tor coal and petroleum on the
following described landa:
10.���Commencini at a poat planted 30 chaina
wnt ol the northeaat comer of Lot 478 being
the northeut corner marked J. McL. N. K. Cor.,
thenc* west 80 chaina, thence aouth 80 chains,
Ihence eut 80 chain., thenc* north 80 chaina to
point of commencement conuining 640 acre*.
Dated Dec. 26,1910. JOHN M'LEOD
Pub. Jan. 21. W. Da*., Agent
Quern Charlotte laland. Land Diatrict    DUlrict ol
Take notice thst I, John Mcleod ol Vsncouver,
B. C��� occupation hroker, Intend to spply lor permission to prospect tor coal snd petroleum on the
tollowing otacrlbed lands:
11.���Commeneing sl a port planted 30 chalna
���wat ol th* northeast comer ol Lot 478 being th*
southwest comsr marked J. MeL. 8. W. Cor.,
thence east 80 chsins, Ihence north 80 ehslns,
thenc* wert 80 chains, thenc* wuth 80 chsins
lo point ol commencement contsining 640 scree.
Dsted D��. 26, 1910. JOHN M'LKOD
Pub. Jan, 21. W. Das*, Agmt
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