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Array DAILY   EDITION
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The Prince Rupert Op^ffiist
POL. I, NO. 151
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Wednesday, November 2. 1910.
Price, Five Cents
WNCE RUPERT WELCOMES THE PREMIER
STY'S REQUESTS
FROM PREMIER
INGESTIONS    BY     ALDERMEN
LAST NIGHT
Met at Wharf By Mayor and Aldermen and Representative
Members of Conservative Party.���Expresses Pleased
Surprise at City's Growth Since His Last Visit.
fremier Will Be Tackled  On  Many
j Points Affecting the Welfare of the
I City.    Mayor   and   Council   Well
Prepsred for Him.
One of the intentions in holding a
b*ciid meeting of the council on Tuesday night wss that the aldermen should
think over and suggest any |K>ints
Nirrrning ihe city's welfare upon which
���uettiona should In- addressed to the
Brenner lt*l anything he missed and
Ihuunlii ol alter he had gone.
Aid. Lynch'a suggestion was in refer-
to the alteration of Fraser street
trade.
AM. Smith emphasized the need for
. city muicd waterfront���a waterfront
i which the city should have absolute
title to he used for all city purposes
luch as the landing of supplies, loading
f\ roh ol refuae, etc.
Aid. Pattullo suggested thut the pre-
i t he asked (|uestiong regarding
��� '���'-  Is and school sites.   The
���noir on the hill, the Woodworth
Jke ntoibtd permanent reservation,
lad the matter of a park along Hays
tovs.
Aid. HQditeh believed it would be as
Mvaauieous, i��� ,ne cjty t0 nave Ninth
Ivwnif taken right through the High
��hool Park u j| was n main thoroughfare. The park's ap|iearance might be
poiled but the advantages to the city
f convenience would more than recom-
|l*n�� this. He thought the premier
|��hould be approached about it.
Aid. Nauen feared that objections
lir.ijhi be raised by lot holders on Fifth
���avenue who had purchased property
|��i the understanding that Ninth avenue
|����* not io be carried right through.
Aid. Barrow eited the example of
piladclphia where the City Hall stood
R the line of a street fourteen miles
im saying thut the position on Ninth
��� avwiif was somewhat similar, and Aid.
IMditch reiterated his emphasis on the
E*"" of Wylng the avenue
l""WKh, saying that neither Aid. Naden
I * Aid. Harrow had dome-' the great
p��ntaB,.,his would be to the city.
J   Aid. Pkttollo spoke regard ing the need
\LTu f"f "U,,lic   buildi"P'   saying
The steamer Prince Rupert with
Premier the Hon. Richard Mi-Bride
on board was timed lo arrive ut Prince
Rupert at 11 a.m. The blast of her
siren sounded at a quarter to eleven, and
five minutes laier she arrived al the
wharf on the straight course instead of
with the usual sweep round the harbor.
It had been thought up to 10: 15
that the Premier would not arrive till
afternoon, and consequently the assembly at the wharf was by no means lurge.
The Conservative Association's deputation was there, however, und all hut
two members of the city council with
the Mayor at their head.
As soon lus the steamer had berthed
the welcoming parlies ascended the
gangway which was steeply inclined
owing to the high tide, and then in
the cabin beneath the captain's bridge
the Premier shook hands and smiled
his greetings to the Mayor and members
of the city council, . his many political
friends.
"I   am   delighted   to   be   here   once
' more.   This welcome is a great pleasure I
I to me," said the Premier as he shook !
I hands  with  the  Mayor,  und  he  went '
I on to chat for a moment or two on the
vast improvement he had already noticed in  Prince Rupert  as seen from the
harbor.
The Mayor returned the Premier's'
greetings in a cordial expression of the
city's welcome to him, and explained
briefly the urrungenieiits made for his
meeting with the city's representatives
which will take place tomorrow ut 2 p.m.
The Premier was accompanied by
his wife, and his private secretary, Mr.
L. McRae.
The members of the city coucnil
present to welcome him were: the
Mayor, Aid Mclntyre, Aid. Naden.
Aid. Barrow, Aid. Smith und Aid.
Pattullo.
The Conservative Association's deputation included Wm. Manson, MP. P.,
Government Agent McMullin, W. K.
Fisher, Fred Ritchie, J. Scott, C M.
Newton.   Geo.   Tite,   P.   Black,   J.   E.
Merrylield, M. M. Stephens, Alex.
Prudhomme, J. R. Beatty and Thos.
Dunn, and arrangements were made
for the disposul of the Premier's time
by the ussocintion members.
The itinerary sketched out for the
Premier, which may be subject to
change was as follows:
11 .'in a.m. Meeting the Stewart deli-
guUon at the offices of William Manson,
MP.P.
1 p.m. -Meeting  at   the  ofli< I
Government Agenl   McMullin.
2 p.m.���Meeting of the executive
Committee Of the Prince Rupert Conservative Association at Mr. Malison's
office.
:l p.m. Inspection of government
wharf nnd general tour of the city.
8 p.m.���Public meeting at the Empress
theatre to which all are invited.
All the meetings during the afternoon
were private including that with the
delegation of the Stewart Citizen's
association.
PENNY POSTAGE PLAN
United States Postal Deficit Reduced
By Eleven Millions
(Special to the Optimist)
Washington, Nov. 2.���Frank H. Hitchcock, the present postmaster-general,
will remain a fixture in the Taft cabinet
as the result of his work in reducing the
postal deficit by eleven million dollars.
Legislation is to be introduced asking for
a penny postage for letters.
SEA WALL IS
COMPLETED
Lock* Closed  For Season
Winnipeg, Nov. 2.���(Special)���The St.
Andrews locks were closed for the season
yesterday.
CITY   ACCOUNTS   PAYABLE
Finance    Committee    Recommends
Further Payments Last Night
I that if the
premier could be got to arrange
I lor it   .     . '" "��� s��l lo arrange
r'he handing over of some of these,
B2L    ���"about tne be8t wayto
I ciiv'l1' I"""* H'M<*^ the need for the
on Ha, 7 J*" ri'*ardin*  ^ rights
I In ���     r"      rhe  raiIw��y company
Km n? ;i  wiih ihc ��������*there
*lnm  !   ��W fKr the "��* was to be
JwWwi not char u the plans
RliVr"filed- Aid- HUditch
���  '   ��Wlntyre mentioned the subject
^llnT''?   Hite'   thereupon   Aid.
C H ,,,rkwi cheerfully that there
Thoa,��nosin Prince Rupert.
li^JStLS Ha"waa a,ao
lot, ,���,,,; P llixnt|on of reserved
��.KhMA'd-Naden with, twinkle
I t�� r��� *"'Ui''rwl "if il would be any
*��ft ;hc,promier that th��
Th,.rt. " 1,u,,din8 a wharf here?"
^ counr? ' K,''U'r"1 8mile at this and
ySSiTSS lhnt the various
8"�� when the premier arrives.
A report from the Finance and Assessment committee recommending the payment of certain city accounts was read
and adopted last night without discussion. The following are the items
exceeding $100 in the list:
Canadian Bank of Commerce      $500 00
Pacific Coaat .Pipe Co  679 60
C.T. Dodds    129.65
Duty on Phone Supplies   293.60
The $600 item represents rent of the
present City Hall for five months.
City's  Legal   Expenses
At last night's city council Aid. Smith
suggested that as there was not nearly
so much legal business necessary now in
connection with the city's affairs the
time had come for a reduction of the
city's expenses in this connection. The
matter will be considered further.
TSIMPSEAN    CO.'S    CAS    MAINS
Application   to   Lay    Them    Along
Streets Turned Down
A report from the Streets committee
last night recommending that permission
to lay gas mains along the streets
be not granted to the Tsimpsean Light
and Power company was adopted by
the city council without discussion.
ON   NEW   GOVERNMENT  WHARF
YESTERDAY
Exactly on Time Contracted For.
Preparations for Piling in Active
Progress. To Complete Entire
Wharf in Three Months.
Yesterday saw the last stone laid in
the sea wall at the new governemnt
wharf being constructed by The West-
holme Lumber company. The work
finished exact on contract time to a day
in spite of tidal hinderances.
Mr. Albert has now a strong gang of
men in the work of preparing for piling.
The reinforced concrete piles to be
constructed are the largest ever built
for this purpose anywhere being from 85
to 110 feet long.
Work will be rushed with all speeed
and it is confidently expected that the
wharf will be completed by the end of
three months.
Real Estate Movement
H. F. McRae & Co., real estate agents,
report a briskening in real estate lately,
a number of enquiries, and the sale ol
a number of lots, several in Section 7.
PORT SIMPSON DEPARTS
WILL SPEAK ON
ASSESSMENT
PREMIER    McBRIDE'S    ADDRESS
THIS EVENING
To a Public Meeting in Empress Theatre the Premier Will Announce
His Policy for Rapid Development
of This Part.of Province.
Premier McBride is slaying ut the
Premier, and during luncheon today
was asked the general tenor of the speech
he purposes making this evening ut the
public meeting in the Empress theutre.
He said he had not yel conferred with
Mr. Manson on the subject but it
would deal generally with all those
matters brought to his attention having
for lheir general object the rapid development of this pun of the province.
Asked if he should make any reference
to the assessment question, he said that
in idl probability he would, unless it
should lie one of the matters reserved
by the city council for his consideration
tomorrow. He had not yet received a
copy of the note the Mayor had promised
to send him of the questions the council
desired to lay before him. He considers
the assessment question one of primary
importance und might speak on the
subject this evening.
Reason For All the Hooter Din Monday Afternoon
i.ain^n ��ina��.�����..SSSSSSSSSjaSSSSSSaSSSaSSSSS
Reception For
Mrs. McBride
The ladies of Prince Rupert
are extended an invitation to
meet Mrs. McBride, wife of
the Premier of British Columbia, from four to six o'clock
tomorrow afternoon in the
parlors of the new Prince Rupert Club. All the ladies are
invited to attend this reception.
Mrs. Wm. Manson,
Chairman of Committee
"What was all the noise about Monday afternoon at the wharf?"
Quite a bunch of people were asking
this question in the city Monday.
The answer is that the hullabaloo of
steam sirens and hooters was occasioned
by the departure to dock for the season
of the steamer Port Simpson���"The
White Flyer of the Skeena."
She left at about 1: .'10 p.m., and her
departure was heralded first by her
own siren in �� farewell blast, then by the
various toned steam whistles of the Prince
George, the Operator and Conveyor, and
the Lilooet all one after the other and
full blast.
The "White Flyer" guve a final hoot
as she foamed off down the harbor, and
half the wharfside denizens lined up to
watch her go, while the others came
out to see what all the din was about.
COMMITTED FOR CONTEMPT
President of United Wireless Refused
to Produce Letters and Books
(Special lo the Optimist)
New York, Nov. 2.- President Wilson,
of the United wireless company was
committed to the Tombs prison today,
on a charge of contempt of court in
having refused to produce the letters
and books of his company when called
upon to do so for the use of the federal
grand jury. The order is that he must
stay in prison until the evidence asked
for is produced.
Smoker Tomorrow Evening
The Conservatives will give a smoker
in Mclntyre hall tomorrow evening, in
honor of the premier, and ii was announced yesterday that the Prince Rupert
would be held here until midnight for the
convenience of the premier's party. But
it is now officially stated that the steamer
must cast off her lines at 10: 30.
DR. CRIPPENS APPEAL
Hearing of Motion for New Trial Has
Been Fixed
��� Special to the Optimist i
l.ondon, Nov. 2.���The fate of Dr.
Crippen will be definitely decided on
next Saturday, that being the date to
which the hearing of the application
for a new trial which has bean made in
his behalf has been postponed. If the
motion should not prove successful the
doctor will pay the penalty of his crime
on Tuesday next.
NO SUNDAY BOAT
Fielding Much  Improved
Ottawa, Nov. 2.���(Special)���Minister
Fielding returned from Montreal yesterday, very much improved in health.
Indian   in  Trouble
In the police court this morning
.lames McKay, an Indian, was fined 5$
and costs for having supplied liquor
to an Indian woman, or thirty days'
imprisonment in default.
Grand Trunk Pacific Will Run Only
One Steamer During Winter
With the lust trip of the Prince George
I she   will   be   withdrawn   from   active
'service for about a month and undergo
| a   complete, overhauling.     After   this
���she  will  take the  Prince  Rupert's run
and  the  latter,   after  also   being  overhauled,   will   probably   make   a   couple
| of  trips  up  here  before  she leaves  for
Honolulu in February, with Ihe excursion   party   arranged   by   the   Seattle
i Chamber of Commerce.
The Prince Rupert will run on the
same schedule as heretofore, arriving
I here on Wednesday mornings and leaving
on Thursday nights. After her arrival
the Prince Albert will suil direel for
Stewart and return in time to make
connection with the Prince Rupert
going south. For the present the Prince
Albert will make weekly trips, leaving
here Monday night for Port Simpson,
the Nnas and Masset, and on Thursday
nights for Queen Charlotte City and
Moresby Island points. THE    PRINCE    RUPERT    OPTIMIST
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Council Gives Up "Dog-in-the-Man-
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A   Guarantee   of   Value  Received
A recommendation by the Fire and
Water committee that the city should
not stand in the way of any outsiders
anxious to make the endeavor to harness
this tidal water power was adopted at
last night's city council meeting with
one dissentient voice, that of Aid. Hil-
ditch.
The general opinion of the council
was that the city will not be likely
ever to attempt to utilize this power,
the city engineer having given it at his
opinion that the experiment would be
too costly to be carried on out of public
funds.
But believing that the power if once
successfully harnessed might be an
advantage to Prince Rupert, and that
the experiments with it would be of
service to the world at large the council
did not desire to adopt a dog-in-the-
manger policy and stand in the way
of any private enterprise willing to
tackle the problem.
This was briefly the opinion expressed
by Aldermen Mobley, Pattullo, Lynch,
Naden and Mclntyre who spoke on the
subject.
Aid. Hilditch concluded his dissent
to the removal of the objections to the
Utilisation of this power by outsiders, on
the ground that he would always object
to tbe giving away of any municipal
possession or right to any advantage
whatever whether actual or only possible.
He stood for the protection of the public
rights he declared.
Aid. Barrow who is personally interested in the study of methods for
using this water power and desires to
interest outside capital in it, did not
vote, and only sjioke to the effect that
he was ready to withdraw if the council
; were unwilling to relinquish the objections to outsiders experimenting with
, the power.
not been more than a few weeks in the
city other considerations being equal.
Aid. Hilditch felt strongly on the
subject and expressed himself in favor
of giving local men in every case the
preference.
The council was generally of similar
opinion on the matter, but in order that
the circumstances be properly gone
into the letter was referred to the Light
and Telephone committee.
Stewart Expects Good Winter
P. F. Godenrath, one of the publishers
of the Portland Canal Miner, is in town
as one of the delegation from that city
to wait upon Premier McBride today.
He states that the railway is now in
operation for a few miles out of Stewart,
that a number of the mines will be working all winter and that the town can
rely on a winter population of at least
one thousand people.
ST. ANDREW'S SOCIETY MEET
For  Hallowe'en  Concert Last  Night
The members of Prince Rupert St.
Andrew's Society met lust night in
the Carpenters' Hall for a Hallowe'en
and Thanksgiving concert. There was
a full turn out of the members.
The musical program was rendered by
Mr. C. W. Gauld, Mr. G. Russel, Mr. J.
Black, Mrs. McLachlan, Mr. Perrin, and
the Gray family whose entertainment
and the song and dancing by Miss Gray
waa much appreciated. A trio song by
Mrs. MacLachlan, Mr. Perrin, und Miss
Grey was heartily applauded, the entire
musical program being excellently well
rendered.
Refreshments supervised by Mr. and
Mrs. D. C. Stewart formed an appreciated
part of the entertainment which concluded at 10: 30 p.m. The St. Andrew's
society is in very vigorous and thriving
shape and welcomes all Scotsmen
cordially to its meetings.
Canadian Pacific Railway
SOUTHBOUND
Princess Royal and Princess Beatrice
Sail alternately every Salunlav morn
tag to Vancouver, Victoria uj
Seattle, calling at Swanaon p,av and
Alert Bay.
NORTHBOUND
Princess Royal and Princess Beatrice
Sail alternately  every Monday after.
noon to Port Simpson, Ketchikan 1
Juneau and Skagway.
Goners! Agent
J. G. McNab
Steamers for
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Connevtinir with
EASTBOUNI) TRAINS
Prince Rupert sails 8.30 |i.m. Thurutt*
Prince George y;iil> \ '���       II   Mondi;
BRUNO SAILS FOR STEWART
Wednesday  and Sundaj  after the ar-1
rival of tho I'rince Rupert and
Prince George.
Slcidegate and Morriby Island PoisU
Thursduv lti|i.m.
Masset
Moiti!a\
lrip.ll
A. E. McMASTER
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FAREWELL BANQUET
BIRK'S
Watches
If prompt service and hiifh
grade gnods appeal to you
patronize our Vancouver
store. We are at the service of all British Columbia
through our mail order
system	
Silverware
Itt SEU. GOODS AT EASTERN
PRICES AND PREPAY ALL PIR-
CHA8B8 TO THEIR DESTINATION.
SATISFACTION   GUARANTEED
OR    MONEY    REKINDED.
HENRY B1RKS & SONS, Limited
Jewellery Mail Order House
qEO. E. TROREY, Managing Director
Vancouver, B.C.
Popular Member of Bank of Montreal
Staff Gets Send-off From Friends
J ?������*     Albion
^��*   Bottling
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The Boscowitz S. S. Co.
will despatch two *teanwn
weekly between Victoria. Va*
couver and all Northern B. C.
porta, calling al Prii ceRspal
and Stewart.
S.S. Vadso    S.S. Venturt
classed    100   AI   at   Lhodl
Leaving Prince Rupert nmiUj
bound on Fridays. For further
j     particulars apply t��
8   na. moore �� co. rm wrtn
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On Saturday evening a farewell banquet was tendered "Ted" Smyths, of the
Bank of Montreal stafT, who left Sunday
for Greenwood after spending several
months in the Prince Rupert branch.
Ted was popular with the l>oys and
about thirty of them assembled at the
, Savoy hotel for a last evening together.
The management of the Savoy spread
a splendid menu���the best the land
affords and all of it well prepared and
splendidly served.
The chairman of the evening was Mr.
' G. R. T. Sawle and the toastmaster, W.
A.  Casey.    There  was  an  interesting
1 toast list, the toast to the guest being
proposed by Mr. Clancy, the manager
of the Hank of Montreal.
Several vocal and orchestra selections
were given and taken altogether the
boys gave Ted a splendid send-off.
Co.
Manufacturers of
Sodawater, Syrups, Mineral Water, etc.
Wholesale Dealers in
Sweet Wines, Beer, Cider & Cigars
T. Z. KRUZNER. Prince Rupert
F. W. HART
UNDERTAKER \ I MHM.VF.R
STOCK   OOSI: I '
W. J. McCutcheon
Carries Complete St-*-k n'D"J^|
Special attention paid to "lira��l
prescriptions.
Theatre Block   mow *>   ���   Swos. -��|
PREFERENCE TOWARDS CITIZENS
In Matters of Employment for City
Undertakings
ADJOURNED  INQUEST
Jury  Finds No Blame Attaching to
Anyone For Accident
The adjourned inquiry into the death
of Joseph Pregent was held in the court
room last night, before Coroner McMullin. Dr. Tremayne was the first
witness called and stated that the
cause of death was a ruptured liver,
caused by external violence. There
were no bones broken. Carl Wilhamson,
the foreman on the pile driver, Albert
R. Young, and Thomas Nelson, who
worked with deceased, told the details
of how the accident hapiiencd.
The latter said his back was turned
to deceased al the time of the accident.
When the deceased was rescued he
asked where I hey were going to lake
him, and upon being told to the hospital
he said;   "I think I have cramps.   Let
me lie and stretch myself and I shall
be all right in a little bit."
Alfred Jeandreau said he had known
the deceased for the last five years. He
was born at Therso, Quebec, about
thirty-three years ago, and had a
brother in Cobalt and one at Granville,
Yukon. William Donaldson, engineer
of the pile driver, said he could not
see the accident from his place at the
engine and explained the signals given.
The whole of the details of the working
of the pile driver were carefully gone
into, all of the witnesses testifying that
deceased was a very careful man and
thoroughly understood the dangers attaching to such work. After due deliberation the jury, through the foreman, H.
H. Clarke delivered ihe following verdict:
"We find the deceased, Joseph Pregent,
came to ids death by being crushed
between the pile driver and a pile while
engaged at his work, and do not attach
A letter was read at last night's city
! council from L. A. Miller who appealed
i through Aid. Mobley that his application
', for a position in charge of the pole line
wiring for the new electric plant should
be considered in the light of his having
i been a resident citizen of Prince Rupert
for over two years, and a married man
ami home maker here, as wtU as a workman experienced in the work required.
Mr. Miller h:id done similar work for the
j B. C. Co.'s pole   line when it was put
|UP.
He asked that his application be given
fair play, and that the position should
i not be handed out to a man who had
Above cut llluslrstss th* type of Western Stsnd-
: srtl Gssnllne Enitlnc supplied for Tuns snd heavy
1 Fishing Busts by the
Rupert Marine Iron works &
Supply Company, Limited
Quick Delivery nf all sites up to 126 H.P.
Prices snd eatlmstes for installsllon on sppllcation
P. O. BOX SIS Priacs Rupert
blame to anyone."
The funeral of the deceasedjtook place
from Hayncr's undertaking parlors this
I morning, the services being held in the
i Roman Catholic church.
SONG BIRDS
A Fine Selection of
Canaries, Parrakets or Love
Birds, Strawberry Finches
SPECIAL FEEDS and SEEDS FOR BIRDS
FLOWERS and PLANTS
Big,  stock of  Palms, Kerns, Chrysan-
theumms, Carnations, Etc.
T. C0LLART,
Market   Place
Near McBride
Plumbing, Heatinj
and  General  Steam RWf
WM. GRANT
8HOr-Bssetncnt..MI..-     ,"^M
SIXTH STREET.
HAYNOR BROS
Undertakers
LAND PUBCHASE NOTICE*
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Skesn. Und B&lgfftAt *&
Tsks  noli*  Ihst  T"*"\'; Hrf***!
Wssh., oecupstion ""���"'*" '"iX""* ***
lor permission to purchsse tnr i"
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Knith (com End Hill. fc��"M�� '���,*��. JSjJ
Chsins. thence north g gg?u fm**m
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DsU-d Sept. ��. 1910. n I. TiM*!'"
Pub. Oct. 11. u|
Skeens  Und  WflCEJfflJS Vs'^5*
Tske notice thst l:'l .,*!*�����*
oecupstion spinster. In'"        ..; , ���^��
to  purchsse the '���*mn*'',',..\ aH��''*,
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chsins.  thence south �� ��*����� ,��� prist ���"
chsins, thence north ��0 '*���' ^
mencement. Ull'L ti
Dated Sept. 9, 1910. ,, 1. TlMW'
Pub. Oct. 11 THE   PRINCE    RUPERT    OPTIMIST
^^^^M^s.^,^,V.>.j       ld(ers   (o   ^ ��JUor
===JUST   A   FEW=
Lots
1 and  2
21
20 and 21
17 and 18
63 and 64
13 and 14
15 and 16
land   2
7
27 and 28
Block
5
12
27
30
34
5
45
3
49
28
Section
1
1
1
1
1
5
5
6
7
8
Price
$8000
9500
7500
10,000
12,500
2150
1050
3000
400
750
C. D. RAND, Broker
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LOTS ��� SALE
in
Ellison and
Prince Rupert
2 Lots, Block 31, Section 1, Fraser Street
to settle Estate.
HOUSES,  STORES, OFFICES TO  RENT
MONEY TO  LOAN
C. D. NEWTON
Real Estate Notary Public
REAL ESTATE
WE HAVE A LIST OF LOTS
Ranging in price from $175 to $500.
Some of these are close in and can
be handled on small deposits, with
monthly  payments	
CALL AND   INVESTIGATE.
F. B. Deacon
Open Evenings
SIXTH ST.
lANI'PURCHASE NOTICE LAND  PURCHASE NOTICE
&^TSft��ttlJL!H* ""���"l
M""***.. IS *inism  Robinson of Barry.
U��ssVh��tPI"n. MS.,nt��",�� IP W
.1,1, ��� rwhss* the foUowInt dasolb*!
i .&3&&L.2 toe* ��b���1'��" ������������
S ,r"�� fr, l II n. ",U".�����U> snd two mils.
�� Urns,1 ���0Shn,n",.W��nrl, thsnrs sart 80
S*S_$55 ,""7h ,"����� Hsss, thanea wast ��0
g|Js��s>iit.     ��uth no eh,)nt to po(nt J ^
l��Ctft>��* WIU.IAM ROBINSON
" U Tlnitov, Af.ni
s.asns Und Dlstrjrt-Dsrtitrt o( Cssslar
Talis noUra that  Wlllsm  Ualisy ol Ssadls.
Wash., U. 8. A., oceupsUon restaurant employee,
Intends to apply (or permission  to purehase Ihe
(ollowing dsscsiriisd Isnds:
Commendni st a post plsnlad shout 1M> thsina
wast ol a point on the Klnsaooeh Rlrfr sbout
thras miles from Its oonftusnoe with ths Nss.
Rlywr, said post batnn st Ihe eoutii-asst corner
thsrsDf, thanes north SO chains, thenea west no
rhains, thanoe south 00 ehslns. thenes east Ml
ehslns to point of eommesiesment snd eontalnlnj
640 serea, mors oy lass. ������..������.
Dste AuJ. 16, 1H10. WIUJAM LESKF*
Pub Sept. t. John Dybharn Afen
Dear Sir,���Would you allow me
through the medium of your popular
paper to extend a cordial invitation to
certain citizens to come and examine,
at whatever time is most convenient j
to them, the very remarkable "Mummy"
which I am exhibiting on Third avenue.
Each and all of the medical practitioners
are invited and will be warmly welcomed.
If the Mayor and the aldermen will
honor me by dropping in unofficially
1 shall greatly appreciate the favor, and
believe the visit will not be without
interest to them.
This invitation implies free'entrance.
The public can see the exhibit on payment of 25c.
If the doctors will come tomorrow
afternoon the room can be reserved
for them for an hour or so, while they
proceed with whatever examination they
may care to make.
D. H. McINNIS
PRINCE RUPERT-SKEENA
TRANSPORTATION CO. u
I R. S. SARGENT,       ' GEO. CUNNINGHAM, j CAPTAIN BUCEV.
Presidenl,        Vice President, Managing Director,
Huellon. B. C. ��� Port Essii|tsi,  B. C. | S.S. Inlander
JOHN R. MclNTOSH.'
Secreliry-Treasorer. |
Psrl Essinglon. B. C.
THEIR FIRST CAMP
Boy   Scouts   Spend   Three   Days   on
Digby Island.    Lots of Sport
The new, fast and up-to-date freight and passenger steamer
"INLANDER"
OPERATING FROM PRINCE RUPERT AND PORT ESSING-
TON TO ALL POINTS ON THE SKEENA RIVER
I* now in commission, and all parties who purpose going
into the new country can do so with all the comfort of an
ocean liner; and with Captain Bucey in command, ensuring quick trips and  safety of life and property.
For freight and passenger accommodation apply  to
HARRY B. ROCHESTER^
Company's Representative
PRINCE RUPERT, B.C.
The Plince Rupert Troop of Boy
Scouts had a very instructive and enjoyable camp Irom Saturday afternoon
until Monday evening on Digby Island.
At 1:80 Saturday alternoon, the
advance party, consisting of the live
coriiorals, under assistant Scout Master
Mr. K. Flexman, left Davis' boat house
for the old survey camp on Digby Island
tu prepare camp for the main body
which left at 4 p.m. under the command
of Scout Master Captain Browne. The
launch "Hecate" was very kindly lent
to the boys for this occasion by Mr.
Vsmor Smith, to whom the thanks of
the troop is due.   The troop consisted of:
Patrol No. 1.���Patrol leader Walter
Smith, Corpora] Ceo. Ambrose; Scouts
V. Stevens. \V. Alder, T. Corley, J.
Christ iansten.
Patrol No. 2.���Patrol leader Lloyd
Johnston, Corporal K. Holland: Scouts
J. Naden. J. Ambrose, D. Storing.
Putrol No. 8.���Patrol leader Fred.
Skellum, Cor|ioral ('. Moore: Scout* C
Shaw, G. Tite, F. Cameron.
Patrol No. 4.���Patrol leader Guy
Phipirs, Cor|ioral A. Manson: Scouts D.
Stork. J. Currie.
Patrol No. 5.���Patrol leader Wallace
Anderson; Scouu H. Rudnick, F.
Leggatt.
Each patrol leader was responsible
that his patrol MS provided with the
necessary camping outfit.
Arriving at Digby at 4: :)0, everything
was found in order and the boys immediately set to work to prepare their
beds and get supper. After supper
sentries were posted in twos, being
relieved every hour until morning. Roll
call at 8:30 and lights out at 9 p.m.
Sunday:���Reveille at 7 a.m., breakfast at 8, inspection of camp at 9, divine
service at 11 (owing to the unavoidable
absence of the Reverend James this
was |ii!-t|iuncil . lunch at 12:30. Al
1:30 the boys walked over to the wireless station and returned to camp at 5
for supper. Being tired aftor their
long walk, all retired early, lights being
out by 8.
Monday: ���In the morning, after breakfast, rowing races were organized by
the boys under the Scout Master, followed by a trip to Garden Island by
some and the remainder under the
Assistant Scout Master blazed a trail
through the bush. Lunch at 12:30 and
afterwards camp was broken up and
preparation made for the return trip.
The launch called at 3:30 and took the
troop home.
Mr. Davis kindly furnished the boat
as his donation to the troop.
The manner in which the patrol
leaders handled their patrols, and the
way in which the boys responded
shows how great a hold the movement
is taking here in making the boys self-
reliant and efficient citizens.
SAVOY HOTEL
A. .). PRUDHOMME, Prop.
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN DINING. KonM SERVK'K I'NSI'RPASSKI)
BEST UKAKDS OF  LIQUORS AND CIGARS
IIKST FURNISHED HOTEL IN THE CITY CORNER FIFTH AND FRASER STREET
ONLY HOUSE WITH HOT AND COLD WATER IN EVERY ROOM
Prince Rupert Hardware & Supply Co. Ltd.
A complete line of Sporting Goods. Guns,
Rifles, Revolvers, Ammunition, Fishing
Tackle, Prospectors' Outfits, and General
Hardware, Kitchen and Hotel Ware
SHERWIN Afc WILLIAMS PAINTS
OILS AND VARNISHES
Prince Rupert Hardware & Supply Co.Ltd.
THOS. DUNN. Manager
OPEN FOR BUSINESS
A Complete Stock of Liquors Now on Hand
Sole   AKenU   for      forf^ faj      TtadMrff
Northern B.C. for
Nanaimo Beer
The best local beer
on the market
Kincaid, Scott & Company's Scotch Whiskey
All the leading brands of Scotch, Irish, Rye, Gin, Brandy,
Wine. Etc., always on hand.
CLARKE BROS.
ChrUlUnavn A Brandt RMv
Ttltphont No, 39
Third Avenue
04500
See the  flickerless motion   pictures���
the silent drama���at the Phenix theatre.
JULIUS LEVY
Jobber of High-grade Havana Cigars
Tobaccos Wholesale and Retail THE    PRINCE    RUPERT     OPTIMIST
It
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Wednesday, Nov. 2
THE PREMIERS VISIT
The sincerity ol I'rince Rupert's welcome to Premier McBride is enhanced by
the assurance that his visit has little to do with the petty warfare of party politics.
Like the visit of the Federal Premier. Mr. McBride's coming to Prince Rupert
is one full of possibilities for the welfare of the city. To misuse the splendid opportunities for helping to solve the problems of local government which have arisen
since his last visit a year ago, would be a wanton casting away of responsibility.
In all that concerns the best welfare of the city there should be no room for political
camps.
Among the greater questions which the Premier will have an opportunity
of discussing with the council will be a site for the permanent City Hall: the
changing of the grade of Third avenue: some scheme whereby the Government
will contribute its share towards local improvements; the question of granting
to the city a water frontage; park sites on Hays Creek and Shawatlun's Lake;
a title for the raSrsvoir site, and a reserve on the drainage area of Woodworth
Lake to prevent water contamination in the future.
These are question* of Importance to every citisen, questions to which the
Premier may well devote every moment of his time, during his welcome visit lo
Prince Rupert.
l!M-tf
K the price  Is
M.  Wil��
149-wl
WATER RATES
TO BE RAISED
NEW SCALE ARRANGED FOR BY
CITY ENGINEER
]~)ON'T   Hawk   Your   Lots!
Alder Block.
FOR RENT-Kurnished three rooms nnd closet. I
New  Ranire,  Kitchen Cabinet, Dishes  and
Cookinir Utensils, Dlninir Tnble. Bed. Etc.   House
hs�� city water, and is close in.   127.60 per month. ,
Address. Owner, c-o Optimist. 147-161
FOR   RENT���A commodious snd   comfortably
furnished bedroom in private home,  close in.
Apply P.O. Box 6ft>. 48-M
FOR SALE-A Rooming- House.   A Snsp.   Ap-
. A     ply Georire Leek. Ul
FOUND-A   Flont.   with   house.    0>v   U  mey
have suiiie by pnyinir for this notk,' ..nd  for
i trouble of towing.   Apply Optimist Office.   ISS-tf
FOR   RENT���Well  furnished apartment, modern, all conveniences.    Apply Crown Agency
. Company. Pattullo Block. M4-wi
SITUATION WANTEP-By strong young msn.      ,       , ���
fan do any manual labor.     Apply  P.O.  Box   Should prmlui
77��. 161-167
SUITE of two housekeeping rooms,  furnished.
lld.liO. with sink snd  patent   Isvstory;   slao
two room esbin. $10.00.    Apply nt Pacific  Room*.
14SM61
i f)AL KOUND-Silver Medal, granted Pte.
Harford  for services in   South   Africa.
Apply st Opllmial Office. 147-wi
MT
STEWART POWER
AND LIGHT PLANT
WOMAN-To do cleaning two days s week.   26c
per hour.   Apply Knox Hotel IM-tf
WANTED-Old woollen rags snd underclothes.
Highest price psid. Apply J. II. Iloflato.,
No. IN Fifth Street. Telephone IS* blue. P.O.
Box 860. 11--II
COMPANY   CAPITALIZED   FOR   A
QUARTER MILLION
Plant Is to Cost Hundred and Fifty
Thousand Dollars and Will Supply
Both Light and Power to Adjacent
Mining Enterprises.
Involving an expenditure of over
$150,000 the Stewart-Portland Canal
Light, Water & Power Co., Ltd.. purposes building next spring an electrical
power and light plant on American
creek capable of generating 20.000
horse power, to supply the mines of
the Hear river and tributary creeks
and the town of Stewart. At present
the company has a steam power plant
in town for lighting purposes only.
On Monday. L. E. Wilson, C. E.. associated with Dutchi-r. Maxwell &
Gregory, a well known Vancouver engineering linn. SITived here and in
company with John W. Stewart, acting manager for the company, proceeded to American creek with a crew- of
men to commence surveying. He will
locate the site of the dam ami power
station si wsfl as the pole tins down
the valley to town. Mr. Wilson has
had considerible experience in hydro-
electrical work and for six years was
connected with New York and Pennsylvania  lirm-.     He  received   his  early
training in England. He will be here
fully a month doing the preliminary
work More returning south to complete the plans for presentation to the
directors of the company.
The Stewart-Portland Canal Light,
Water & Power Co., Ltd., was organ-
I ized bust spring in Vancouver. The
Company is capitalized for $250,000, in
200,000 shares of a par value of $1.
Much of the stock was placed locally
and it is generally understood that
the Stewart Lsnd Co. will finance the
venture. Ample capital to construct
the proposed |>ower plant is said t6 be
available.
Suits to clean snd press, tl.tltl esrh.
snd
144-lm
MARINE
The last uf the steamer bulletins for
the season   has   Uen   issued.    All  the
. boats have been taken off the Skeena
with the exception of the Hazelton and
the Inlander. The latter left yesterday
morning with a full load of freight and
' an   large   number   of   passengers   for
; Kitselas, and this will probably close a
| very successful season.
The steamer British Columbia is
unloading coal at the tie dock.
The Cottage City came in yesterday
afternoon from Skagway. She bad a
fair load of passengers.
The wind was having a merry game
of pitch and toss along the waterfront
yesterday afternoon, pitching almut the
loose planks that were being unloaded,
'tossing hen coops and other loose stuff
No damage of any consequence was
reportsd.
Upkeep   of   Water   Works   Requires
More Revenue and Report Is Passed
but Aid. Hilditch Dissents Thinking Rates Too High on Small House
The total annual cost of water works
and maintenance for Prince Rupert city
is put by the city engineer in his report
on the matter at $1:1,000. The revenue
on the old scale is insufficient to meet
the expense of the water. In his report
on the subject the city engineer says:
"I would recommend that the rates
be increased with a view to providing
for the cost of maintenance of the
works, and 1 would suggiwi the following
for your consideration. These rates
the required revenue.
Each family using a public Stand-pipe
per year, 6.00.
In no case will a connection with the
main be made for a less sum or annual
rental than, 12.00.
Dwelling, four rooms and less for
domestic purposes without bath and
W. C., $12.00.
Dwelling   live   rooms   and   over   for
domestic purposes with bath antl W. C, |
$18.00.
Each bath extra. $3.00.
I'rinal teachi extra, $:i.OO.
Each W. C. extra. $3.00.
Ssrh bakery, $18.00 to $46.00.
Public bath. $18.00.
Barber shop lirst chair, $12.00., each
additions] chair, $6.00.
Boarding house, restaurant and hotels
without bars, $20.00.
Boarding houses, eaah additional room
over live, $2.00.
Hotels with bars, $50.00. Hotels with
bars additional, each room over live $2.00. .
Laundries by meter.
Business offices, stores and shops,
112.00 to $24.00.
Offices ��� printing), $24.00 to $60.00.
Photograph galleries. $18.00 to $:I6.00.
Private stablee ione horsei including
washing, $6.00.
One   cow,   $3.00.     Each   atlditional
Liquor   Act,   1910 horse or cow, $1.00.
(Section 42) Livery stables, meter.
Notice la hereby given that, on the drat day of        Sprinkling from April 15th to Oct 15th
ne.-en,b.rn.xl.sopllcstlon will be made lo the   Ix,r fl. frontage, 20c.
Suiwrinlendent of Provincis!  Police for  renewsl    p^ *
of hotel license to sell liquor by retail (n the hotel        Eire protection Stand pi|H', $25.00.
known as the Caledonia  Hotel  situated st  Port        ... ....        _. . , ,nnn
Ka.lngton. B. C. In the Province of British Col-        Building   purpose*:     bricks   per   1000
"7-Srt October mh.isio. 20f--  !,tone *'r ru- "������ 16r;   ����������� PW
Oct-u-and 8USAN kirby  bbl.. 20c;   lime per bbl��� 20c:   plastering
, tier 100 sq. yds., 60c.
Steam or gasoline engine, meter.
Meter Rates:   l'p to  100 cu. ft.  per
day. 40c per 100 ft.   Above 100 ft. |>er
day, according to arrangement.
Meter  rentals:   5-8   meter  per year,
$3.00.
Rasped fully sibmitted,
CITY ENGINEER
m*M<������ ^
" What About   I
I
The Future?!
WANTKH
Komi 13 Westenhaver Block. 2nd Ave
. 6th Street.
WANTEIf-Two Salesmen.   Must hsve expert
Have you ever stopped
to think how much you
owe on Real Eatate-the
payments you have yet to
make?
You no ilnulit have it all
figured out, as fai as you
are concerned, but could
your wife and family or
heirs meet these paymenti
should vou meet with an
accident or die?
Its our business to pre.
tect your interests in this
line. It can be done verj
cheaply and if you will call
and look over our plana
will be Interested.
F. B. DEACON
AuiiNT : Sun l.ilV AuunnctCaoh
pany of itinivla.
Employer't UabUltj  Company d
London* Kng.
OFFICE     Alan Block. Sdii Strari
opi:n minings
ence in retail store.
Apply   at  Optimist
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sri
UT ANTED TO KENT-Well
" Cabin, central!) located,
this Office.
furnished 2-mom
Apply W. H. L.
I50-1M
Liquor  Act, 1910
(Section 42)
Notice is hereby riven that, on the Hrst day nf
December next, application Kill be made to the
Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal
of the hotel license to aell liouor by retail in the
hotel known as the Si Ives Hotel, sltuste st Masset. ij  C. I., in the Province of British Columbls.
Dated this loth day of October, lain.
ARTHUR IVES.
Oct. In-SOd Applicant,
LADIES!
Good Real Estate Buys
������
I have decided to place on the market for immediate sale the following valuable' lots,
which will pay the purchaser big- profits
within  a year.
Lots 21, 22, 23. 24,
Block 24,
Sec
7
" :m, :t2.
"   21.
..
7
������   18, 19.
"   23,
,.
7
'��� 68, 69.
'���   34.
,*
8
"  11. 12.
"   46,
.,
8
"   10, with a bouse
"    3.
"
8
-KOR 1TI.I. I'AUTICUI.ARS APPLY TO-
ATTENTION!
roiT RECEIVED-
NEW   SILK   AND
FRENCH  FLANNEL
IHKHUHan^HKKlHtJiKnUMHHttHI
Stalker & Wells
grocers
Second A��e. Near McBn
5 lb. Wild Rose Lard 1.11
Morrell's  Hams
and Bacons
Rex Bacon
Sweet Potatoes
Cranberries
Peanut Butter
Nabob Coffee, 40c
Fresh Green Vegetables
Phone 187
Stalker & Wells
ttuoatmtxtu'**���***
When    the   city    engineer's   recommendations regarding the new scale of
water   ntSS   were  read   at   last   night's I
city council Aid.  Hi.ditch said that he I
thought   the  $12  rate  propossd  to  bs  mittee's    recomnicndatf"
levied on the four-roomed houses with-1 relied on without  forcing ''r-""   .
refereW*
ihOUld   H
Q|4ipT'\A/' A ICXC      out bath room or W.  C,  was dispro- j necessarily,   but
aJavlavSYVI    "   rXA%J  I %J        lvv-,!���n,l||���   |,;���u   ������������:.|���.: i, _, ' vvoli-oinnd eritiei?
��� MM
* W. L. BARKER, architect 5
M ,IV1II     WISI INIIAVI H    C.VFICF H
OVER   WESTENHAVER  C rTICF.
Between 2nd and 3rd Aves.
PHONE 89    1
Mrs. S. Frizzell
PORTLAND CANAL STOCKS.
Latest   Quotations   From Vancou
ver  Eachanga.
(As reporte.1 tiy S. Harrison ft Co.;
DID     ASM.I'
1'mi 11 mil I Canal 25 1-2        26
Stewart It & D. Co    2.4(1      3.0(1
Red Cliff        89        .96
Main Reef 30
THE  WEATHER
Twenty-four hours  ending 6   a. m.,
November 2.
MAX. TRMf.        MIS. TRsfC n*R. IN. RAIN
48.0 40.0 211.489     1.89
portionally high considering the rates
bnpossd on the hotels, etc.
Aid. Mobley asked the clerk to read
the re|>ort again so that Aid. Hilditch
might understand it, but Aid. Hilditch
though not so emphatic, still maintained bis ground.
Aid. Naden was sorry to disagree with
Aid. Hilditch, but required a little
explanation regarding the water rates
also.
Aid. Mobley explained that the hotel
rates worked out quite fairly as there
was an additional charge for extra
rooms over a certain number.
Aid. Hilditch still maintained that
$12 was too high a rate for the working
man to pay, and said that $6 should be
enough for a four roomed house.
Aid. I'attullo thought that the matter
could be arranged by the spirit of
compromise and suggested that a reduction of $3 a year could be affected.
Aid.  Lynch thought the water corn-
welcomed criticism anil Wp'
to the work of the BMnmitwe.
The report was sdoptsd Aid. KM*
dissenting.
Mrs. Johnson Gibbon.-. ���** �� ^
L T. Parkins is at prsssnl *VW ^
her brother antl ��*f��*�� haB)
leaves again on Saturday !��
in Vancouver.
GEO. T. STEWART
Book-keeping.   Account and to*
Books Balanced and Slalcmenls
THEATRE BLOCK        Cor. 2nd
I Made Up
A��..&-S| THE   PRINCE   RUPERT   OPTIMIST
HOTEL ARRIVALS
I Hotel Premier
Mary McMatins
P. h. Sheshan
c. \v. Wilburn, Camp
CbBB. O'Neill, Hazelton
H. P. Noel and wife, Hazelton
Q. Dubois
Hurry Creech, Copper City
H. B. Hreckcnridge, wife and children,
| Beech Siding
H. W. Street, Lakelse Lake
J. Little
K. Ii. Caaey, Camp
yi. ,1. Cumin. Seattle
J. M. Morrison, Duncans
C, M. Lellan, Spokane
p. Purcell, Spokane
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Perry, Metlakatla
V, A. Johnson, Vancouver
Leo Frierman, Jamestown, N. Y.
W. Lang, Victoria
T. J. Vaughan-Rhys, Stewart
IV ,1. Rainey, Stewart
Geo. A. Cameron, Stewart
Wm. Clark
Thoa. McRostie
E. M.Sunderland, Jed way
T. Muhalley, Stewart
Chaa. Kettyle, Kitsdaa
Geo. McGregor
M:s- McBee, Queen Charlotte Islands
J. Thompson and wife
H. W. Rogers, Jed way
E. (i. Thurlow, Victoria
P. W. M.ickiiinon
i. P. Hickman, Naas
J. A. Mcintosh, Port Essington
I), ft'. Peck, Claxton
N. Arnold Vancouver
Mrs. A. W. Hobby and daughter
J. S. ft'aahton, Spokane
ft'. Kissiik
M. R. Jamiesoii, Stewart
ft, D. Delgiish, Stewart
N. K. Nielson. Stewart
1 C. T. P. Inn
T. MacKinnon, Vancouver
K. Cnndalli Jr., Vancouver
Mr. ami Mr.. T. C. Noyes, Seattle
Samuel tiotirley, Vancouver
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kuyler, Boston
F. P. Bradion, Seattle
t   Boyle. Stewart
H. E. Newton, Victoria
T. Naah, Victoria
P. F. Godenrath, Stewart
R- ft. Croft. Stewart
R. Amlersoii. Minneapolis
D- <i- McKay. Hazelton
���- II Campbell, Vancouver
Chaa. I. Bailey, Toronto
"��� B. Cambie, Vancouver
J- S, Cosrper, Vancouver
COAL NOTICE
Skeens Und District���District of Queen Chsrlotte
Islsnds
Notice is hereby givon thst thirty dsys after
dsta 1 intend to spply to the Chief Commissioner
of Unds snd Works for s license to prospect tor
coal snd petroleum under the following described
Isnds:
Commencing st s post plsnted on the foreshore
of Mission Point on Moresby Islsnd snd msrked
"W. C. Slsde, N. E. Corner." thence running 80
chsins south, thenco 80 chsins west, thence 80
chsins north, thence 80 chsins esst to point of
commencement.
Iairatcd this 16 dsy of September. 1910.
VA C. SLADE. Locator
Pub. October 1. U. W. Ksfuse, Agent
Skeens Und District    District ol Queen CharlnttS
Inlands
Notice  is  hereby  given   thst   thirty  dsy.  slter
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Coast    DUtrict    Skew n a
Take notice that I, Cynia W. Peck, broker, o
Prince Rupert. B. C, intend to apply to the chief
commissioner uf landa for permission to purchaae
the following deacribed landa:-
Commenclng at a stake planted immediately
west of a water fail situated about fifteen chains
in a south weaterly direction from the mouth of
Brin River, Gardiner Canal, range 4, Coast District,
thence north 40 chains, thence eaat 20 chains'
thence south to the t>hore line, thence following
the sinuosities ot the shore in a aouth weaterly
direction to the point of commencement, and
comprising eighty acres, more or less.
Date July 25.   1910. Cyrus W.  reck
Pub. Aug 20.
Omlneca Land District���District of Casniar
Take   notice   that   L.   A.   liraef  of   Vancouver,
LAND  PURCHASE NOTICE
Skeona Land Diatrict���Diatrict of Coaat
Take notice that  I,  Thomas  Dunn  of  Prince
Rupert, occupation merchant, Intend to apply for
f>ermiariion   to   purchaae   the   following   described
anda:
Commencing at a poat planted on the weat bank
of Kyiox River, thence running west 20 chains,
thence north HO chains, thence east 20 ehaina,
thence south 80 chains to place of commencement,
and containing 160 acres more or less; post marked
"T. D.'a SE. Corner."
LAND PURCHASE  NOTICE
Date Aug. 25, 1910
Pub. Sept. 7.
THOMAS  IH'NN,   Locator |
J. K, Hateman, Agent
Skeena Land District    Diatrict of Queen Charlotte
Islands
Take notice that John W. Morris, of Victoria,
gentleman,   intenda   to   apply   for   permiaaion   to
purchase the following deacribed landa:
Commencing at a post planted about half a mile
eaat and one mile aouth of the south-east corner
of T. L. 37,015, thence HO chains south, thence 80
chains west, thence 80 chains north, thence 80
chains eaat to point of commencement, containing
i Mh acres more or lest..
Date July 22, 11*10.
Pub. Sept. 1.
JOHN  W. MORRIS
Arthur llubertaon. Agent
dateTTntend'to'appfvT^^ occupation   telegraph   operator   intend     to   apply
- ���   -     - for permission to purchase the following described
of I sands and Works for a license to prospect for   ! " P1
coat and petroleum under the following deacribed    '*m.
lands: l     <*
���ommenring at a poat planted at the south-east    	
corner of lot 1 :,'.:.�� Milligan's survey, range 5. thence   mencement
20  chains  south,   thence  HO  chains   west,   thence , 11;,.,, t\u^ y( \<,\o
20 chains  north,   thence  HO  chains  east  to point    [���,,(,  SeuL 15.
*f commencement, containing   160 acres more or
1m.
Dated July 27, 1910. L. A. Oraef, locator,
Pub.     Aug.    20.
Omincca   l..nl   District -District <of  Cassiar
Take notice that (ronton QlftMtt of Vancouver
B. C, occupation   telegraph operator,   intends  to
described lands ^^^^^^^^
Commencing at a post planted nt the south-east
corner of lot ISM, range 5 Milligan's survey,
thence 20 chains south, thence HO chains west,
thence 20 chains north, thence HO chains east to
point of commencement, 160 acres more or less.
I NEUtl July 27, 1910. (iordon Unasett, locator
Puh.   Aug.   20.
Commencing at a post planted on the foreshore
of Misnion Point on Moresby Island and marked
"W. C. Slade, N. W. Corner," thence running south
HO chains, thence east HO rhains, thence north HO
chains, thence west HU chains to point of commencement.
located this 16 day of September. 1910.
W. C. BLADE, locator
Puh. Oetobor L o. \v. Raton, Agent
Skeena Land District     District of Queen Charlotte
Islands
Notice is hereby given that thirty days after
date 1 intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner
of Isamt* and Works for a license to prospect for
coal and petroleum under the followinK described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on llie foreshore
on the north end of Moresby Island about two
miles ������.,������! of Mission Point and marked "W. C.
Slade, N. W. Corner," thence running HO chains
south, thence HO chains east, thence HO chains
north, thence HO chains west to point of commencement.
located this 16 day of September, 1910.
W. c. BLADE, Locator
Pub. October I. O. W. Rafuse. Agent
Skeena I :.n.l District    District of Queen Charlotte
Islands
Notice is hereby  given  thnt  thirty  days after
date 1 intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner
of l.ands and Works for a license to prospect for i   .   ,     -   . .    __    .   . .
coal and iietwleum under the following described   c���u%  lhrnw'  *'ulh   Hft  **"*   "H*  "H
lands: ' Cn*"'* to point of commencement nnd contaii
Commencing at a piwt planter] on the foroahore
at the north end of Moresby Island about two
milea east of Mission Point, and marked "W. C.
Slade. N. K. Corner." thence running HO chains
aouth, thence HO ehaina west, thence HO chains
north, thence HO chains east to point of commencement.
located this 16 day of September. 1910.
\v. C. SLADK. Isormtor
Pub. October 1. O. W. lUfuae. Agent
Coast   l.aiiil   District    District of Skeena
Take   notice   that   (filbert   Burrowa   of   Prince
Rupurt, occupation assayur, intends to apply  for
permission   to   purchase   t he   (allowing   aascrilmd
lands:
Commencing at a poat planted one iml*> east of
J. H. Murphy's corner post, thence 40 chains
weat, thence HO chains south, thence 40 chains
east,   thence   HO  chains  north   to   point   uf  com-
OILBBRT BURROW8
Numa Davis. Agent
Coast  i.:i.i  District- District of Ske��ma
Take notice that  Prank Kelly of Prince Rupert,
occupation    transferman,    intends    to    apply    for
permission   I
land
Commencing at a post planted one and one half
miles   northeast   of   Catherine   Mnrrisaui's   corner
Skeena l*and District District of Queen Charlotte
Islands
Take notice that Jennnie Lothian, of Vancouver,
spinster, intends to apply for permission to purchaae
tne following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about half a mile
west and one mile south of the south-east corner
of T. L. ���'17,045, thence HO chains smith, thence HO
chains west, thenee HO chains north, thence 80
chains east to point of commencement, containing
640 acres more *>r less.
Date July 22, 1910. JEANNIB LOTHIAN
Pub. Sept. 1. Arthur Robertson, Agent
Skeena Land District - District of Qut>en Charlotte
Islands
Take notice that Minnie, Mentie, uf Vancouver,
chase
:r^r ttArtUm t^^t^dr^"^
appjy   for   permwaion   to  purchase   iht   following   pott, then're north 40 chains, thence 10 chains eaat.
thence  10 chains south, thence 40 chains west  to
point of commencement.
Date Aug. 9, 1910. FRANK  KELLY
Pub. Sepi. 1,'t. Numa l)emers. Agent
Skeena l-and District    District ol Ranks Island
Take notice that Charles Krotina of Oraceville,
Minnesota, occupati m merchant, intends to apply
for permission to purcahse the following descrilnsl
I a nils:
Commencing at a post planted four milea north
U. S. A., occupation broker, intends to apply for   and one mile waafi of the mouth of an inlet, which
permission   to   purchase   the   following   described   )H.int is about ten miles south and two milea west
<*n*.*: uf Knd Hill. Banks Island, thence west "0 ehaina,
( ommencing at a post planted   about ;.0 chains   thence  north   HO  chains,  thence east   HO  ehaina.
tf  a  i>.���mt   on  the  Kinskooeh   River,
Skeena  land   District    District  of Cassiar
Take nonce that t>sear Rotta of Seattle. \Sash..
Commencing at a post planted about half u mile
east and three mile* south of the south-east comer
of T. L. 37.045, thence north ��0 chains, thence east
80 chains, thence south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains to point of commencement, containing 640
acres, mota or less.
Dale July 22. 1910. M1NNIK MKNZIK
Sept. I. Arthur Rolaertson, Agent
Bfcaana I-and District    District of Queen Charlotte
Islands
Take   not ice   t hat   t .eorge   M cl nt yre  t i ibha,   of
Vancouver,   linancial   agent,  intends  to  apply  for
er mission   to   purchase   the   following   descril>ed
permis
lands:
wiwt of a (Miint on the Kinskooch River, al>oui
'ight mihw from its conlluenre with the Naas
River, said post lacing at the south-east corner
thereof,  thence  north  80 chains,  thence west   HO
HO
nlnf
thence south HO chains to point of commencement.
Date Aug. 11, 1910. CHARLES PROEINA
Pub. Sept. 15. B. L. Tingley. Agent
Commencing at a (tost planted about half a
mile east .u,.i three miles south of the south-east
corner of T. L. 37,045, thence HO chains north
thenre *������> chains west, thence 80 chains south
thence HO chains east to poinl of commencement
containing 610 acres more or less.
Date July 22, .910. <;k<). McINTYRK GIBBS'
I'ub. Sect. 1. Arthur Robertson. Agent
i chains to point
640 acree. more or less.
Date Aug. 19. 1910.
Pub. Sept. 7.
Skeena Land District - District of Queen Charlotte
Islands
Take   notice   that   William   Kdward   Fisher,   of
Skeena l-and District���District of Queen Charlotte
Islands
Skeena I I  District     District of Banks Island
Take notice that  ljiwerntHV Kennedy of Barry.
OSCAR ROTTA    Minnesota,   occupation   farmer,   intends   to  apply ^^^^^^^^^^^
John Dybhavn. Agent   for permission to purcha.se the following de*cr!t>ed Prince   Rupert,   solicitor,   intends   to   apply   for
I lands imemission   to   purchase   the   following   described
Commencing at a imat planted sit milos north lands:
Skeena  l..md   District    iMsirict of Cassiar        of the mouth of an inlet, which point is about ten Commencing at a post planted alxiut half a mile
Take notice that Prank Scott of Seattle. Wxsh. , miles south and two miles west of Knd Hill. Hanks ��,*���, and three milea south of the south-east corner
I). S. A., occupation capitalist, intenda to apply   (aland,   thence  east   80  chains,  thence  south   80 ,,[ T. L 37.045, thence HO chains north, thence 80
for permission tu purchase the following do*crtl>ed   chains,  thence  west   80  chains,  thence  north   80 chains  west,  thence  80  chains south,  thence  80
lands:                                                                               chains to point of commencement. chains east to |>oint of commencement, containing
Commencing at a post planted about 20 chains    Dale Aug. 11, 1910.       LAWRKNCK KENNEDY 640 acroa more or l<
east of a poinl on the Kinakooch River, about nine   j>u,,. Sept. 15.                            K. L- Tingley, Agent
���������w^mW^mW^mW^mtBWBWBWBWa , Pub. Sept. 15
nanus miles from its confluence with the Naas River, said j
.....-- v���_.L_j   menn*msnt snd rontsinins b40 scms. mors or Irss. ' oecupstion   mprcnsnt,   intenda  to  sppl>   lor  r*r-
ilir (ollosinn .1... nt-^t Isnds
I'ul. s.-i.i  ?. John Dybhsvn   .\k-.tii
Dste July '22
I'uI.. S.1'1   I.
I'M"
Wm. EDWARD KISIIEK
Arthur Robertson. Asent
Skeens Lsnd i)uirict��� histnrl ol Qu>
lalsnds
I..-,   n.-M.-.   that  HtiU>rt  Sangrtter.
11 i 'Iisrlutto
 ,.  .   >f Victoris.
  Commencins SI   s  posl  plsnted one  hsll  mile   bookkwper.   intemh   to  spply   lor  iiennusiion   lo
I east ol J. II. Murphy s niroer post, thence north    purchsse the (ullowinn deacnlied Isnds:
8(1 chsina, thence esst 40 chsins. thence south HO       CommencinK st s po��t planted slioul hsll s miln
Skeens   1 .ml   Dbtrict    District  ol  llsnks  Islsnd   chsina,  thence  west   80 chsins lo  tmint  ol com      ut snd three miliw aouth ol the south-east corner
Tske notice thst John (ieheks ol Bsrry, Minn., , msneement. ol T. 1,. 117.015. thence 80 chslnn south, thence 80
.������,    list.-Auk 'i. I'JIU. G. D.   Tl'IK   chsins  esst.   thence  HO  chsins  north,   thence  80
l*ub. Sept. 16. Num. iJenicra. Agent , chains weet to point ol commencement, contsining
' 640 seres mnn* or less.
Dste July 22, 1910. ROBERT BANQ8TES
Skeens Land District-District ol llsnks Islsnd     I'ub. Sept. I. Arthur llobertson, Agent
Tsko notice thst Willism Hums ol Itsrr>', Min-
Isnds:
t'ommencing st s post plsnted on the loreshore
st the north snd of Moresby Islsnd slmut three
miles vast ot Mission Point snd msrked "W. C.
Slsde, N. W. Corner." thence running 80 chsins
south,   thence  80  chsins  esat.   thence   80   chsins         -. ����� - bs.bbbbbbbbbbb...h
north,   thence  80  chsins  weal   to  point  ol  com-   oecupstion Isrrner  intenda to spply lor perm
mencement to purchsae the lollowing described Isnds:
Uicst��l ihia 10 dsy of September. 1910. Commencing st s post plsnte.1 sbout ail mile.
W   C   SI M i|    locator   ^ssl *lui tw"  I,ul'"' north from the mouth ot sn
1Mb. October 1. O.W. Rsluse. Agent   '"If1* whicn P��int J? *'K),'J'���U";, m"~ ?��,uln ���"? two
I milss west from  Knd  Hill,  llsnks  lalsnd, thence  --
Skeena Land District    Diatrict of Queen Chsrlolu,   ��*  80  chstns.   thence  north  80 chsins,  thence   nawts,  oecupstion   fsrmer   Intends  to  spply   lor Skeens Und Diatrict -Dwtrict ol Qui-n Chsro tta
o.c*n. uaw    ��..." j^^1-   " "��        v-" MU%1*   ,.���, ,,0 chsins, thence south 80 chsins, to poinl of   permission   to   purchsse   the  following   described lalsnds
Notice Is hereby  given  thst  thirty dsy> slier I commencement.                             ���..,. __.._���_   Isnds:                                          ���            . Tske notice thst John Thsw, of  Victoris. en-
, I...-4 s-. 7  1910.                   JOHN GEHEKE .    Commenongst s_post P1��lf|J���r..n,!lr...';0.l!: ainesr. .intends to .pply< (or, permission t" purihss.
tics Is hereby  given  thst  thirty dsy. slier 1 f?n,ra,'S"",""'',���,
data 1 Inland to spply lo the Chiel Commissioner \ ',*UK;.:,*','���, '��� l810'
o( Unds snd Works lor a llcstiss to prospect lor | ' "'' ""  >'
coal and petroleum under the (ollowing dencnbe.1
Isnds:
'
".L. Tingley. Agenl   ol the mouth of sn Inlet, which point u sbout ten fh<. (oj|ow|n, ,lMnimi lmnd,
rn In south snd two miles west of Knd Hill, llsnks       commennn|[ ��� , ,���,, ,,|1Mrd .!������, h.|( , mlte
Islsnd.   thence  essl   SO chsins.   thence  north   80 east snd Ihrt.. miles aouth of the soulh-.��t corner
chsina.  thence  west  80 chsins,  thence south   80 o( T   u .,;���,,   ,���,,������, ������ ch- fc   ,h ���,,
Commencing st s post plsnted slmut two miles'��""���"�� I-*"" District. - lli.tricl of C,ia.l.R.nKe 6   chsina.  thence  srast  an coaaq,       _
up Ihe Hive, llowing into Shingle Hsy sbout two      Take notice ll.st I. Dsniel Nicholson of Kitselss.   ehslnsoiHiniol commencement. BIIRM���   chsins  west,  thence  80  chsins  north,   thence  80
-�����.     -- .. ..._,_������ ���....   ..*_t..',.,���j   ���ji B.C..occupsllon contractor. Intends to spply  for   Dste Aug. 11, 1910. WILLIAM  HI HNS   chlln,      , lo point ol commencement, conlsining
 -n_^a._. I p..k a_,  ,s H. L. Tlnglsy, Agent   fi40 .rr,, ���,������.'���r ),���.
Date July 22, 1910 JOHN THAW
up mc .viv��� ,...�����,. ,.,... ..........   ���-/-���-'��� ���--    ||.c..�� ation .-..nlrs.-tnr. intends 1.. spply  lor    "���"���n��l   ......v. ���___.
iSrWfVHSft si^Kss, i"7 ��s ^^ih-' ���*��� ���"���"���""'pub- **,6-        B-u Ting">'
"0r!t: �� jS^^SSmmTm ZmJS'S'tSS* '    OaBISISBrtnf st ��� post plsnted on the esst  side '   skp,n, Um| Ul-rict .I)taricl ol H.nk.
��,uth 8U chsins. thence east 80 chsins to point ol   (rf uk<,|w |j>k), i(-m( oni, m||(,  nirlh (|f ,,��� &M ,   ajasn ^sauu g^  ^^ ^^ rf
HALLOWEEN   LARKS
commencement. 	
laocateil ibis 17 day of September, 1910.
ELLA  M'lii.j.. I^ocatoT
Pub. October 1. O. W. lUfuae, Aitent
Skeena land District     thstnet of  Queen Charlotte
Islands
NoUce in herrby |pvon  that thirty days after
date I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for a license to prospect for
Island
K&SSS JuSfjnf' eu"!"r- .'I?'"''' '"! to WasVr^paMun VafkTtotaiias'to"apply'foj^
chains, thenr.- north ��0 chsins. thence west In ^ ,��� ,,'������,,���. Ihp rollowint, diwritol Isnds:
chsins U. Ukel���.   Uke. thence southerly slonir       comrn,ncing st s post plsnted two miles north
Puh. Sept. 1.
Arthur Rolterleon, Agent
the shore of Lakelse Lske I
ment containinK
comprised in lol
Skeens Und District    District ol Queen Chsrlotte
lalsnds
Tske   notice   thsl   George   Dyer   !;�����-     ������.   of
m.���.  ��� ���   ~^=������ " ���""    I,"   "J. iirni����   lln', '*'" ml1��� "���"' "' ,n0 mouth of sn Inlet, which   Victoris, machinist, intends lo spply lor |KTmii��i.in
ment conlamlni, Iwi sere, more or less, snd Is-inK       int , ,,,������, ���n ���Mm Kmth ,���H ,w, n,|ln> w���,    ,��� pun,hw lh��� ,���||,m.,ng ,l.��rilie.risnd��:
Hv'.ySfVffS.i;, ���,.ki   of Knd Hill, llsnks Islsnd. thence w.wt 80 chsins.       Commencing sis |s��t plsnte.1 slmut hslf s mile
Preibytrrmn   College   Students   Ar-   cusTand petroleum under the following deacrllKwl
Kited for High Jinks at The.tr.     ' "nd*
Hale Sept. 28th. lain.
Pub. Oct. 22nd.
DANIKI. NICHOLSON
thence south 80 chains, thence east 811 chsins, west snd three miles'eoiilli ol the south-osM corner
thence north 80 ehaina to point of commencement, of T. L. ll".ii|.*��, thenee so chsins south, thenee 80
Dste Aug. 12. 1910. PATRICK BRUIN   chsina   weal,   thence  so chsina  north,  thence  80
Dste Aug
Puh. Sept. It
containing
Commencing st s poat plsnted sbout two miles
up the river flo' "tf    '" "������    ���* *���
Skeens Und District - Diatrict of CuasL
Tske notice thst Solomon Miisssllem of Prince
P��'8ft-8kWiB*'t6!!f 1*1!   Bnpsrtj RO��oe��ap.aon merchant, intend.
H  1   Tlnglrv, Agent   chsina east to point ol comtncnccmciii
'���in sere, more or less.
��� ���  ,.     . tm,,,,-,    ... t--    len. Date July 22. 1019.    GEORGE DYER RAMSEY
Prince Rupert Und  District - District ot Skeens    |.uh. Sep,. 1. Arthur Robertson. Agent
Tske notice thsl   Dorothy Grshsm rorcster of
���^1*1 ���il to the Optimisl)
Winnipeg. Nov. I.-Manitoba I'rwby-
'wiati CoHew
saaas mtt.tQ^~E^ltotatg~Mu4, ui  i7pl��Fo��"psmrJ��s*io to purehss. tJM roianrios  viA^ria "ii""c   occun.	
msrke, | "E. Nob e, S. U. Corner,    thence running   ,i''.,,,_i  .n,,. Melons,   n.   < .,   occupation  spinsier,   iniemis   10 	
.k._��   ' "'���. , , _, ,  ,  ,_,   apply   for  iiernnssion   lo  purchsse   the   following   Skeens Und District -Dulnrt ol ^ueet
north   80  chsina,   Ihence  east   80  chsins,   thence      Omimcncinu at a post planted alsmt  four feet   rf^eribeil Isnds:
south 80 chsins, Ihence wast 80 chsins lo poinl o(   fnmi lhP .,.,,���., |.,-t of the Indian Reserve numb-
IS   -'in lints   lum    lliirlil    t��nk    commencement. er 4 N. wton. Ihence south HO chsina. (hence  weal
.       i Hi i IH8   last   niKIll   IOOK        ���ltH ,hU 17 dsy o( Seplemlier, 1910 ,,.������ ���, chM(n, u, Wslker's pre-emption i.urvey-
IsnarsMui, of the   Hijim  theatre  nnd  in ELLA NoHLh. Locator   ���, ,���, nun,|��.r ;i!��jr,i ,.,������.��� 6. thence  south  no
HsIliiHi.',,,,   ,,r���oL.     ,   ���    i   .���    i    ., ,.   Pub. October 1. O. W. Italuse, Agan(   (.���,!���,, ihence east sbout 111 chains to point of
1 ,n   l"��nk��   8llirl��>(l    to   destroy , enhancement, conlalnlnit Til acres more or less.
Commencing st a post planted about li... mihsi
distant In s northwesterly illrectlon Inim the mouth
of the K.ehsmsiks Kiver snd .n ..... 10 chsins
north ol the river, Ihence south 80 chsins, ihence
Islsnds
Tske notice thst William Charles Moresby, of
Victoria, lawver, intenils to apply (or permission
to purchsse the (ollowing described Isnds:
Commencing si s post planted about hall a mils
the
iCrllery.      The    police    were    called    Jkoens Und District    District  o( Quean Chsrlotte
SOLOMON MISSAI.I.KM
20 chsins.  thence  north 211  chsins,  thence   eaat snd (our~ntilos south' uf the south-east corner
211  chsina,  thence  North  20  chsins.   thence   of T. L. 37,04.'.. thenee 811 chsins south, thence 80
i;irhi  with revolvers resulted.
Islands
B ar.d
Tt�� theatre Mas  badly  damaged   and  a   dsuTlTilend "to"s'pply to the Chief fommissioner
r.Um|,.r���t.|      ,     . "��'"���������   ana   B    ���|  Unds snd  Works for sllcensc lo pre-pec.  lor
r 01   IM It UdentS were this morning | cosl snd petroleum under the following dtssnbed
Iwwl under arresl. ���
Dste Oct M, Win.
^  Skeena Und  District    Diatrict of Coest
Isnds: I    Tske notice ihst I. N.ipnloun Duprss, ot Princ ���
Commencing st s post plsnted sbout two miles Rupert. 11. C. oecupstion merchsnt, inland lo
up the river Mowing into Shingle Hsy bInhjI two apply for iiernusmon to purchase the following
miles east of Mission Point. Moresby Islsnd, snd   desertls**! Isnds
west   Z<l   Cnsllis,   mencw   ,,nnn   .v  vo.ms,   ..r>..u. v.   .. ��* w...^-, _
west   20  chsins,   thence  north   40  chains,   thence chsins  esst.   thence   80   chsins   north,   thence   80
east  do  chsins  to  the poinl  ot  commencement, chsins west to |Hiint of commencement, containing
eb.llaining :ti��o seres more nr hss. S40 seres more or leaa.
August 4, 1910. Dorothy Grshsm Forester. Dste July 22. 1910
Pub. August 28. J. E. M. Rogers, Agent- """
Pub Sept. I.
WILLIAM CHARLES MORESBY
Arthur Robertson. Agent
Skeens Und District    Distr.ct nf llsnks Islsnd
Tske H..IM-.. thsl Thomas V. OThelsn of Hsrry.
Mlnneeots. oecupstion merchsnt, intends to spiny
Masquerade   Ball   Not* ml^��l���V\obuTN V���c;irneV!���ihence"ru'nn"i'iig   ""commencing si s post plsnted on the Mt bank   i0V';^r,nission to' purchase the (ollowing described
.,��� ,.i-..e!i..l.i"���.!!.?;*��  ���r ,V.���   inuthsi chain.kthSaS west 80 chsins. thenceL north   of the Eschumiak ^���J���].?'?-."!!}'!!. M   '��"���'-
.
Xcell ,'n OV''r!,i^!,ll   mt'"''on  of lhe   80 ch^n^ thence
""������in nirisihmenta provided at the "fSSSf
irT  WSFl   -1" iTiai'i',  itirnn-  ........       ���.	
Lit HO chains to point ��f mm* . its mouth, ihenw nurth HO chains, thencr nut 40
��"ng  i���,,,|,.-
���Waafivii
Mimquerade   Ball   on
I^icsled this I" day of Septemlier. 1910.        ^^^^^^^^^^^^	
1 '       ELLA NOHI.E. I/icalor   commencement.   conUining
BBBBBBBBBBBBBWB. <    D .1       1 t^*    lw.r    1 O     W        RstUSS     AgCOt       t Went >'   BCTOS.   Ilinlv   <T   iSSS.
R -     "K night  by J. S.  Bogg Of the    "���* ��"*" V Dste    September 8.  1910.        Napoleon     Duprs
��l( ��� IU. ry trs, ���mittlHl jn our reporl. , Sk��n. Und Dirtrict- Dunrict of Queen Ch.rioile f Pub. Sep. 24. 1��I0.
I ut-  r. if Isianos
n irwhinenij,    were   served    in    the       Notice is hereby given  thsl thirty; days after District o( Cosst
fI;*'n^J^'T.l^,uJ,,;J0.nh!o!,,i��� t^nt,:.w,,", Jjfl at tea assets '******, wmWMt i
the .hot- ol Ihe river 10 chsins. to the point ol -a,, ������,��� ,���d t����� ���,������ ,wl J C, L-J ���������,,���
tnree nundren and |j,���rt n,ence east SO chsins, thenee south 80
chsins. thenee west 80 chsina, thence north 80
chsins lo point nt commencement.
Dsie Aug. II, 1910. THOMAS K. OTHF.LAN
Pub. Sept. 15. II. L. Tingley. Agent
Skeens Und District  -District nf Queen f hsrlotta
Islsnds
Tske   notice   thst   Klissheth    Mary    Giblia,   of
Vancouver, msmed womsn, intends to spply for
Commencing st s post plsnied two miles north   f/n���'""'"n   lo   I"1""""   lh"   '"llowing   aaaaSbss
Commencing st s post plsnted sImjui hslf s
mile east snd four miles south of the aouth-east
corner ot T. L. 37,04!>, thence 80 chains south,
thenee 80 chsins west, thence 80 chsins north,
thence 80 chsins east to |Hiint of commencement,
containing 1.40 seres more or Int..
Dste Jul) 22. 1910.
ELIZABETH MARY GIBBS
Pub. Sept, 1. Arthur Robertson, Agent
ire and service.  I eosl snd petroleum under trie following described   Stnrsgr Co., Ltd., of Vsncouver. ii. i.. nccupsuun      Take mltieiMh'st Marie Wsnl of l'rineT"Rupert
''.'   "ft'!?_.Cm,"to"   occupation marrlisl w-nm.n.. Jnlend,.to spply lor   skeens Und District 7Dist_rict ol Queen Charlotto
SNAPS! SNAFSI
BRING THEM   ALONG
suaral, a "ut of Umn <'nal1 Buyers for
liuvJ! S',"""!< B "lit! fi, and two local
hiKher ,""|0;,s> .lVrms-    Don't wait  for
���������� Prtcw whirl,  don't  materialize.
lands:
,     CommencinR at a matt planldl ahout two milcl
! up  a  river llnwine  into  Shingle  May  alxiut   two
miles east from Mission I'oint, Mnreshy Island,
1 and marked "E. Nnhlc, N. W. Corner," thence
| running HO chains south, (hence HO chains oast,
! thence HO chains north, thence HO chainn west to
point of commencement.
Located this 17 day of Se|>(eml>eT, IftIO
KUJ. NOHLK, l>ncator
Pub. Ociolier 1. Us W. lUfuse, Aeenl
Skeena Und District  District of Queen Charlotts
Islands
Notice is hereby (riven  that thirty flays after
1      *-   -���--  *-*a.i-i  f<nn��,..l���hne
in on Tfiis
Only 24 hours   ti
owner leaves town.
���tore Si! "J1 Kr��d��'. next Thompson's
l-,r, f���r"li('��� "n ��th Ave. roadway,
M. WILSON    ALDER
���tussvni     BLOCK
chas
io purchsse lhe JoUowing descrllnsl Isnda:- pHsSlali. to" "purchsse" lhe   lollowing  d'escril^l i    ,i
I nmmenang st   s  |Misl   p sntcd  st  the  N.   w. L���,i.,                                                                                   '     ��. , ...   ,,���7.-        ���              .   ,,,..
w���r��� n, i���, 5,   i,�����j-   r.   r. ,  in., 4��,   .1., . Isnilsl- Inke  notice  thst   \\ il ism   Burns,  of   \ ictons,
SIP in  eh.i; ^W*A- *-g"&DW*t. *��S (JsmmaBShl st s post planted   about 2.10  yard. e������0me ollidsl.  intend,  to spply  U permission
SSS  .     ,l.     i.h   11 ���rt    ,��r J2ESI InsnEsslerly direction from lhe south west corner to purchsw the (ollowing described Isnds:
1^���   .he .Viu.hl!�� nl^h. .h ,Z Z.7��� ,li ���rvey post of lot   S.1, thence nwt 40  chsins, thenee Commencing  st   s   post   plsnted   sbout   hall   a
followinK   the snuusllics o( Ihe shore line lo lhe ������,���  40 ,.���.,,���,_  thi>n���   wnrt  40 ���������,���,     ,���pnC), m||(, f^S ������,f ,our ���,[,���, ���'���,��� ���, ,hp ���,u,h<alrt
noim oii commenremim.                             ������..., north 40 chsins to point of   commencement   con- corner of T.  L.  37,045, thence 80 chains south,
l              ..Han l-ish snd^Cold Storsge Company gH^StjaaiSS. thenco  NO  ehsln.  west,   thence SO chsins  north.
 limited
Dste Sept. 21.  1910.
Pub. Sent. 2.1. 1!H0.
\V. A. Cssey, Agenl.
Dato2!lth June 1(10.
Puh.   July   2fi.
Msrie Wsnl I thence "0 chsins east In point of commencement,
Aubrey    Saundem,     ngent. , containing 610 scms more or Ins.. ���,,���via
Dste July 22, 1910. WILLIAM  BUBNB
I'ub. Sept. 1 Arthur Robertson. Agent
Skeena Und District���District of Cosst Rsngu t
Take notice that I ��� ..n.ir I Vaughan of Hammond,
B. C, occupallon  farmer, intend, to spply  for
permission   to   purchsse   the   lollowing   doscritM>d
Skeena land District���District of Queen Charlotte
Islsnd.
Tske notice that (Jeorgo II. Robertson, ot Vie-
  Skeens  Ijind  District   District  of  llsnks l.lsn
dste I Intond In spply to the chief commissioner i     Take  notice  thst J.   Drew ol  Sesttle,   Wssh
of Lands snd Works lor a llcon.e lo prospect for   oecupstion  thestre owner,  intends to spply  for   pern
coal snd p*" oleum Under the following described   permission   lo   purchsse  the   following   described   Isnds:  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Isnda: lands: Commencing  al  a  [lost  planted  on   the  north   toria, gentleman. Intends to apply (or permission
Commencing at s post plsnted one mile esst ol !     Commencing   st   :.   liost   plsnted   about   seven   shore ol  T ,i ���: <   lake ant. sbout  10 chains in n   io purchase tho lollowing described landa:
E. Nntie's coal application,   Shingle Hay, Moresby   miles east and one mile south from Ihe mouth of   westerly direction from the S.  w. corner of  Ixit       Commencing nl a post p'unted three miles north
Islam!   and marked "F..  Nnliie*. south   west cor-   sn inlet   which point i. shout ten miles south and   ,'l!i82. Ihence west 20 rhains, thence south HO chains, ' and  one mile west  ot  the  north-west  corner  of
" 'thence running essl HO chsins, thence nnrlh I Iwo milos west rrom End Hill, llsnks islsnd, thenee ; thence esst 20 chain, more or less to the shorn o( | T. I . 30,762, thence east R0 ehaina, thence north
��� -* -*--  -* ����<��� an I .mat   SO  chains,   thenee  north   HO  chains,  thence   1 il ��� I >   l.ake, thence (ollowing the shore o( said    HO chsins. thence west HO chsins, thenco south 80
..,_,_- .en . Cn jng to point ol commencement, containing 640
seres more or less.
Dste July 28, 1910.   QEORtlE II. ROBERTSON
Pub. Sept. 1. Arthur Robertaon, Agent
nor,    iowii��- .��  ~���- -- --���".'���_ ������,i, no   past   K0   chsina.   thenee   norm   no   cnsins,   met
80 chsins. thence weat 80 ehahis. thence south 80 . esn  -u jgw���>mm mulh ������ ������,,���, ,��� po|nl
chsins lo point o( commencement
1-ocsterl this 17 dsy o( September,. 1910. , , 	
E    A NOBLE, laicslor ] Paled Sept. 8, 1910.
Pub October 1.
' commencement.
w_ , Dated Sept. 8, "
���J. W. Itaiuse. Agent, I'ub. Oct. II.
lake in point ol comi
seres mere or less.
J. DREW   Dsted Sept. 19. 1910.
11. L. Tingley. Agent   Pub. Oct. 1.
LEONARD VAICIIAN
Msncell Clsrk, Agent THE   PRINCE   RUPERT   OPTIMIST
Professional Cards
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second avenue and Third street
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Office.
DR. W. BARRATT CLAYTON
Dentist
Westenhaver Block, cor. Second Ave.
and Sixth st. Phone Green 6!
MUNRO   &   LAILEY
Architects,
Stork.Building, Second Avenue.
METHODISTS]|EAT
of   William   Burrill's   concise   remarks,
iCharles Clifton Perry and Rev. Pierce
PUIlDfU   TITPIfFY10'   Port   E88'"^0"   responding.     Mr-
111Ulal/ll   1 UlMVCi I ; Davjes gave "Sister Churches," to which
  ! Rev. Des Burres and Rev. Kerr respond-
THIRD    ANNUAL    BANQUET    OF(ed.    0. B. Nelson gave "The City of
THE ORGANIZATION 'Prince   Rupert,   and   Mayor  Stork  re-
  Isponded in a brief but forceful address
Church    Well    Filled    With    Merry [ in which he complimented the ladies on
Honored! the magnificent repast. This, he said,
was our national Thanksgiving, and he
did not think there was any place in the
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skeena Land District���District ol Coast Renge 6
ot vsn-
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skeens Land District���I)ist,,�� ���, B  .   ,
Take notice thst Jam��� tWf&Sftt
nesoia. oecupstion burner, Kfrl��>
Dermlaslon   to  purch.se  ,i,o Wi^�� *&!3
Feaeters.���Formal Toasts
With Muskeg���Witty Speeches and
First Class Music.
As was well said by the Mayor in his
Dominion the people of which had any
more reason to be thankful. We had
no poor in Prince Rupert and one would
C.
reply to the toast of the city, the third finfj ,ess povertv in the West than in any
annual thanksgiving banquet of the part of thp world This was a \m^ 0f
Methodists Monday night  was  a  mile-  |)len(y and , |and o( |)eace
Thanksgiving   Day   was   a   sort   of
Take notice thst  Chsrles  It.  Gilbert
couver, B. C, oecupstion broker, intends to spply
lor permission to purchsse the following deaenbed
Isnds:
Commencing at a post plsnted st the S. ��. eor-       --���  -. . ,���., |���ani��i ,iwu. ,m   ,
ner ot Lot 3980. thence esst 40 chains, thence south north and lour miles esst ol the mouth o u 9
40 chsins. thence west 60 chsins more or less to which point is sbout ten inil,�� south ,���,,,��" ffi
shore ol Lskelse Lake, thence loUowlng tho shore west ol End HUI, Hanks [suuxi  itZfnasiTil
ol said lake in s northerly direction to point ol chains,  thence south hi) chains. th��n�� ���� 5
commencement, containing 200 seres more or less, chsins, thence north 80 chain, to Mi���, 0i
Dated Sept. 19, 1910.     tCHARLES. R. GILBERT mencement.
MsnceU Clark. Agent Dste Aug. 13, 1910
Pub. Oct. 1.
Skeens Land ���   istriet of Coast
Take notice thst  I,  Thomss  Nelson   Dunn  of
Prince   Rupert,   oecupstion   salesman,   intend   to
apply  for permission  to purchsse  tin-  following
described Isnds:
Commencing st s post plsnted on the east bank
ot  Kyiot   Kiver about six milss from  its mouth
' com.
JAMKSCATLLS
II l- Tingley. aw
Skeens Lsnd District    Unmet ���[ Butt Uhy
Take  notice  thst   Fran.   \sl��h oUnaJSk
Minnesota, occupation merchsni. it.trmis u u3
for permission lo purchase the lollaeisj dssaD
Isnds: -^-was
Commencing st s poat planted shorn lour mis,
Pub. Sept. 16.
Ol   nyioi   mvur   sooui   six   muss   irom   ua   un.u.u .     . ..             ..     .-       ,-,         ,    .        """ ssas
and marked;   "T.  N.  Di NW. Corner," thence J���1 �� .^?'m.��"'���?'," '"'?' ��'"""l��s���� .bow
running is.-.   40 chsins. thence running south St gjl^ffl.fi?..^; -PS? V* *�� ��* tt
chsina.   Ihence   running   west   40   chains   thenee ffiEfi?&��lf2L,% S.ftfft*"" W?
V. BENNETT, B.A. .
of KC,Osurio,Sss-; stone in the history of Prince Rupert
chains,   Ihence   running
northerly slong the bank .of .Kyios Kiver to paint
of commencement, contsining 240 seres more or
sVJBJ.
j Dste Aug. 25, 1910.   THOMAS NELSON Dl'NN
J. E. Batetnsn. Agent
ALFRED CARSS,
of British I'.ilumbk.   ,   . _ ���  .
and Manitoba Bn. ����%�� ",d A1" j It was the largest and most distinguished ; mi,estonPp  upon  which they could  rest | ���- Sept 7,
CARSS A BENNETT \ gathering the local church has ever had  am, ,ook ba(.k on ,he last mill. pas8ed | ^^ Und phwet-Dhw,, 0f Banks island
the pleasure of entertaining, and optim-        , ., , sj        lh ir   |lisl i    Tske notice thst J. cjJttleton of Ursceville.
,     , ,    ,, ..       l���d     an<1   on   ul"er   nines,      cuntc   use    ��� ��"    juj|nnBloUi occupation clerk, intends to spply for
ism was the keynote of all the speetnes. ;annua|   Katherjng  lhey   na(j   been  called | permission   to   purchsse  the  foUowing   described
One could  not  but  feel cheerful  after, upQn  lQ  ,ay  jn  his ^   restjng  p,uce; l��ncd0'mm,neinf ��� , ^ pl,n(aa |our miim north
such a feast  as that  prepared  by the L,^ Rood ^ great man E()wlird ytj, l^J^^^^^j^^A
Ladies   Aid with potted plants, colored : who  wou|d   ^e  known   throughout   all i islsnd, ihsnce east 80 chains, thence south
bunting and plenty of lighting to please j time  M  Thp  pWWTn��hy,.    His  death
I the other senses. madt. a marked impression upon the
After the feasting a number of toasts L^pj,  of  lhi8  g[eM  empire,   but   the
were drunk in a native beverage called ! manm>r  in  which  lhe  a(rairs  0f  slale
Muskeg,  these  being  introduced  by  a 1^ lurne(, over l0 his 8Uccessor was
, short speech by the pastor of the church. | jn ilge,f % pause for ,hanksgivingi when
| who   presidetl.   Rev.   Charles   R.   Singly  considered   ,he  revolutions  conse-
! also  proposed  the  lirst  toast,  that  of ��� quwu upon ^ ,ran3fer 0f the crown in
! "Thc' Kin<5" ! other lands.
Barristers. Notaries, Etc
Ofllce-Exrhsiiire block, corner Third avenue snd
Sixth street. Prince Kuoert. 8
WM. S. HALL, L. D.S.. D.D.S.
Dentist.
Crown anil Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operati'ms skilfully treated. Gas anil
local anssthelir* sdministered for the psinless extraction of teeth t'.'n.ultation free. Offices: 19
and 20 Alder Block. Prince Rupert. 11-12
LUCAS C& GRANT
.Civil ntnl Mininir Knjr.r.wn. and Surveyor!."
Rcportt.   Flan*.   SrH-cifiraiitin*.   *>ttimate��.
Wharf Conttructiur, Etc.
Office: -2nd Ave., near First Street
P. O. Boa 82 PRINCE RUPERT
thane*  vaaC   80  ehaina,   thane**  aouth   80
chatna,  thanea  weat  80 ehaina,  thenee  north  80
chaim to point of commencement.
I>ateAuf. II. 1910. J. C. LITTLETON
I'u... Sept. 15. B. L.  1 uiKley. Agent
Skeena Land Diatnc*���Diatrict o( Que��n   Chariotte
Take notice that C.*orge Nott. of Vancouver,
manager, intends to apply for permiaaion to purchaae the foDoninR deacribed Landa:
Commencing at a poet planted about   half a  mile
eart and one mile   aouth of   the aouth-e*Kt corner
ul 'I'   I.. 37,046, tbtnee 80 ehaina north,   thenee  SO
chain*  went,   thence  HO ehaina aouth,   thence   80
I chains eaat to point of commencement, containing
640 acrm more or lem
[>ate July 22, 1910.
Pub Sent, 1.
GKOROE NOTT
Arthur KobertJion, Afant
Skeena Land District - Ihatriet of llanka laland
Take notice that M. f>. Urkin of Barry, Mm-
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
Meets in the HelRerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
The medium in which this was honored Alderman Pattullo also spoke to the
led Alderman Mclntyre, who introduced j toast| ^ a|80 did Dr. Mclntyre. Then
the subject of "Our Country," to tell a | Captain Alcock, the harbormaster, told
cold water story.   It was of the launching ! u   fUI1ny   Klondike   story,   and   T.   J.,
i        l  ..i    a.i        *   o t������� :����*.    ..��.!   ��* .. t   ..mi.    I neeota. Intends lo spply for iiermiasion to purcbass
of a battleship at  Mm  rraiuisco, and  Davidson  proposed  the toast  of  "The | the folios-ins describe.i isnds'
objection had btn-n made to the custom
Newton and G. R. T. Sawle
The speeches were intersperced with
80 chsins. thence west U laltas, tason wJkm
chains to point ol commencemert
Uate Aui. 13, 1910. FRANK VAUSH
Pub. Sept. 16. ||  |.  r:r.<l.j-. Aw
Skeens Land District -tluirio of llsnki laud
Take notice thsl P. I. OThdan ul i,n��,ilk
M innssots, occupation niercksnt, ir Isaoi to ippt,
for permission to purchsse Ua l���:|�����ir,j Jsiobsl
Isnds:
Commencing st s post plar.Url iboal four aula
sast of the mouth of sn inlet, ulnch |��inl ssbott
-an milss south snd two nulwa mn [run, Lr.d Hu,
'tanks Island, Ihsnce sett >u chsim. tbrr.n r.atu
nO chsins. thence essl so ctisiiia, tasMI suit to
chsins lo point ol eomniet.remrnl
Dste Aui. 1��. H10. P  1. Oi'lltUUi
Pub. Sept. 16. 11. U Timit) Ajsa
Skeens Land District��� Dittrin ul I link, IsiM
Tske notice thst Pster Uitsn of ltsrr>. ya-
tvasota, oecupstion fsnner, inisti^s to at>pl>- hr
Crmission   to   purchase   the   Ibdoaial dfsrnlsd
ids:
Conunsneing st s post plsnu-u about u mile
north snd two miles east ol Hie muuth of so u-s,
whiob point is sbout ten tnilis auuih and lsoaas
west from Knd Hill, Usnks lalai.a. -r.r, aui m
shsina, thence south so chains thenee ses so
chains, thence north SO churna to , .m ol ess
mencement.
Dste Aug. 12. 1��10. i I . I i. i.i-NAN
Pub. Sept. 16. II. 1. Timit). Aral
Skeens Lend District -District ul liscu Mug
Take  noUce  thst   John  Dunn ul llsrt). ll��
ary baptism of champagne when christening the vessel.   Those concerned in the
nasota, oecupstion (srmer, intst.<U tu sppl) at
permission to purchsse the lollo*ta! oWnss)
lands:
I>r..����" oiliirVi area romionrlwl to liv S   M   I     Commencing at s pest plsnted two miles north
I n I... I   ,...,. r, -|i.iniii  i    ) oy a. m.   ^ ^ moulh o( an i|)let whjeh j^, u about ^
' custom was really in the best interests
of temperance*���"For as soon as a new
; ship tasted the champagne il   took to
' the water and stuck to water ever after."
All [members  of  the order in the city j    The alderman  rose from this in,ro.
are requested to visit the lodge.       ,ductjon jmo lhe dignity ���, hig 8ubjec,
land discussed the imperialism we enjoy
interesting   function   insisted   that   the  the singing of the national airs and by
vocal selections by J. E. Davey and F. H.
Fletcher, Miss Barker giving a solo on
the violin.
The Chairman stated in the course of
the evening that the banquet had netted
C. V. BENNETT, N. G. |
G.   W.   ARNOTT.   Sec.
ARTAUI) & BESNER
PROPRIETORS
The New Knox Hotel is run on the
European plan First-class service All
the latest modern improvements.
THE BAR keeps only the best brands
of liquors and cigars.
THE CAFE is open from ti.30 a. m.
to 8 p. m. Excellent cuisine; first-class
service.
BEDS 50c AND UP
First Avenue. Prince Rupert
������������������������������i
Prince Rupert Wholesale |
Liquor & Supply Co.
LIMITED
FIRST AVE. Near First St.
SOLS   AflKNTS   ro��   SIIRTHBSN   S. 0.  roR
B. C. Distillery
Clan MrKenzic Scotch
Barclay I'erkin's famous London Stout
Duo    Le   (irange   Champagne
AERKATKD WATKKS
Famous White Hock
VdriousJChoice Brands of Cigars Z
Imili Iisde SpKially Caltres Is.        Phsse 66   Z
������������������
t'ommsnmng st s pool planted sbuul ttl sas
-  ... ...,.-,.  , ��  ,.��� ��� awA tad tsio BuTss east ol the rnestkelum,
milea south snd two miles west of Knd HUI. llsnks i *>��<* point Is about ten mUss mil sod l��"jJs
Island, thence west SO chsins. thence north 80 | *�� * t"d '""��� .^*��J? HSS1 ��S S ���
chsins. thence east SO chsins. thence south 80,^���. thence south SO Chan.. tkSM ��������
chsins to point of cotnmeneemsnl. el^^s, thence north 60 chsin, 10 psM .1 e*
Dsts Aug. 11, 191". M.  D. LARK1N   msneement.
B. L. Tlnaley. Agent    DM Aug. 1=. 1.10. % JWttm
Pub. Sep I   16.
$'J00.95.
with    great    breadth    and    eloquence.
Briefly he referred to the great names in
I history  that   had  helped  to  place the
�� r js j J    .    I1 British government at the head of the
L\eW   1\.710X   iiOlC/  80Vprr,ments 0',he  world. ��"d  i"  the
i course of this review he came to the
name of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, which
evoked applause. He spoke of that
Itreat statesman's ambition to see the
Grand Trunk I'acific one of the greatest
railways of the world and Prince Rupert
one of its leading seaports. This was
one of Sir Wilfrid's ambitions, but he
had a greater. He hoped to live to see
all races and all creeds of the Dominion
living in harmony together and working
out their glorious destiny under the
British Hag. This was a grander ambition than that of a Caesar or a Napoleon.
The Methodists of Prince Rupert had
held these annual Thanksgivings for
three years, and in less than another
three years the government of this
country, of the United States and Great
Britain would be celebrating a century
of peace, which would be the grandest
event of the century and of all centuries.
j It would show the great steps we had
made to that universal peace when
armies should be no more. He instanced
the last decision of the Hague tribunal
on a point that two nations might
have gone to war, und said this was
accepted so much u a matter of course
that the local newspapers gave less
publicity to it than to the Third avenue
grade.
William Manson, MP. P., responded
and said this Thangsgiving dinner
showed thc standing our country had
among the Christian nations. It was
the religious institutions that had made
the country what it is today and he
trusted they would accomplish more
to this end in the future.
M. M. Stephens gave "The Methodist Church of Canada," and made an
excellent speech on the subject though
himself belonging to the "Oatmeal"
church. Rev. Charles R. Sing replied,
expressing his pleasure that soon the
"Oatmeal" church the Congregation-
alist and the Methodists would be
one.united church body.
"Church Organization" was the text
HAPPY   THANKSGIVING   DAY
Unmarked   by   Untoward    Incident.
Everyone   Enjoyed   It
NcwtTOsnes
Goes AccsssatssatsW
GRAND HOTEL
J.   GOODMAN,   Proprietor
Spring lii-iis 25c.     Rooms 60c.
and    $1.00.       BeBt   beds  and
rooms in town for thc money.
FIRST AVE. AND SEVENTH STREET
Prince Rupert, B.C. 7gtf
Thanksgiving Day in Prince Rupert
proved in every way enjoyable and
nothing occurred in the city to mar
the atmosphere of holiday good humor
and contentment.
The closing of a number of the principal places of business gave a quiet air
to the business section, and while the
streets were well thronged with citizens
on pleasure bent there was no mistaking
the fact that the day was one of enjoyment and recreation.
Numbers took advantage of the
���pods! Thanksgiving Day menus provided at the principal hotels and restaurants, and the places of amusement
generally were packed. Quite a host of
citizens took the opportunity to put in
a couple of days hunting leaving on the
previous Friday or Saturday, and many
spent the day in the open. The weather
was fair and frosty���ideal holiday
weather.
At night the Methodist Banquet and
Masquerade Ball attracted large attendances.
Skeens land District -District of llsnks Islsnd
Tske notice thst P. II   Larkin of Harry, Minnesota,  occupation   fsrmer,  intends  to  spply  tor
permission   to   purchase   the   following   described ' 1'"*"
lands:
Commencing at a post plsnted sbout four miles
north snd four miles east of the mouth of an inlet,
which point is sbout ten miles south snd two moss
west ot End Hill Ranks Island, thenee west 80
chsina. thence south 80 chains, thence east SO
chsins. Ihence nonh 80 chsins to point of coalmen eetnsnt.
Dste Aug. IS. 1910. P.  H.  LARKIN
Pub. Sept. 16. 11  I. Tins-lev, Agent
Skeens Land District- District of Banks Island
Tske noUos that E. C. Halrd of GraeeTille. Minnesota, occupation farmer, intends to spply for
permission   to   purchsse   ths   following   descrilied
lands:
Commencing st s post planted sbout tour milss
north snd tour miles east of ths mouth of an Inlet,
which poir.t is sbout ten miles south and two miles
west of End HUI Ranks Island, thenee east 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thenee wast SO
chains, thence north 80 ehslns to point of commencement.
Dste Aug. IS. 1910. E. C. DAIRD
Pub. Sept. 16. ILL. Tingley. Ageat
Skeens Land District -District of Coast Range 5
Tske notice thst Jean Vaughan of Hammond,
B. C, occupation married womsn, intends to apply
for permission
Skeens Land District    Dulnfl ���) Hir.iu !"�����
Tsks noUcs thst Mlchsel l rsgsn ��� '>��")��� a*
ta, occupation larmer. Intel J> i" ��ppl) *
permission   to  purchsse the  foOtnhal Mental
Commencing st s post pgahtsd sbout lout sjjs
north snd two miles east ol the bMSU ol is ��*
which point la sbout ten milss aouth sr.d t��o essl
west ol End HIU. Usnks lalar.-i, tUr.ce awt s)
chains, thence north J>U clan... IMM eats)
chains, thence south Ml chsn.j tu puii.t ol cos-
mencemenl.     ,.,    ..,,   ..
Dste Aug. 12. 1910. Mil HaEL CM6U
Pub. SepL16. B. L Tingle). Al*
Skeens Und District   District ol Buta lassi
Tsks notice that EdwsrJ At������>.l "I Harr>. �������
nasota, oecupstion fsrmer. mter.da iu arp.. *
permission   lo   purchsss   the  l..llo��ir,�� ass.us��
C^mm.ndn, st. . V* *sieJI .U-i I- J*
t. omiiiviiuiii ���* ��� r*���* pses..���-. ���     , .. ^.nt
north snd two radss essl ol lbs Beats ol an mm
int is sbout ten n.iles south snd t��  "^
End  HUI.  Bsnks Islsnd. Ihsnce sal
lo spi
to purchase the foUowing described
Commencing st s post plsnted on the shore of
the north end nt Lakelss lake snd at ths S. W
corner ot Lot S982. thence north 40 chains, thsnee
west 20 chains, thence south 40 ehaina, thence
esst 20 chains to point of commencement, containing 80 acres more or less.
Dsted Sept. 19, 1910. JEAN VAl'GHAN
Pub. Oct. 1. MsnceU Clark, Agent
HMIII     MIU     ��WSM    ���isseaws    ������������    ���	
s-hlch point la sbout ten n.ilrs south sna i��  ���
weat ofEnd  HIU.  Bsnks Islsnd. Ihsnce eat
chains, ihsnce north ��o ct.au..   tatjjr�������"
shams,   thence south  80 chsins lo ppouit el e����
Pub. Sept. 16. B.L Tingle), sga.
Skeens Und District-District ol Bm*��"B*.
Tsks noUce thst Msry Lsnty ��',",",���l"Kt
nasota. oecupstion fanner, ini.nl. �� Ugad
permission u. purchsss the loaVreSa] assenis.
lands: ,   ,  ,��� fau. rums
Commencing st a post plsni-l et��-u. out mm
north snd two mUea e��t of the "J**" ��
which paint is sboul ten miles swrtt "JJ |
west oVEnd HIU, Bsnks Islsnd then" ��* J
chsins. thence south SO eh.ir* *����� ���*
chsina, thsnee north SO chsins lo |��ml �� ������
mencement SISSV TASTY
O.t.Aul. 12 1910. B |. Tingle)'. Af��''
ANOTHER LUMBER YARD
Will Shortly Be Established in Prince
Rupert
There is a probability that the Swan-
son Bay Lumber mills will shortly
establish yards and offices in the city.
This was mentioned in a letter from
that company's agent, Mr. J. T. Todd,
read at last night's council. Mr. Todd
wrote announcing his firm's intention
of bidding for the lumber required in
connection with the new electric light
plant, and stated that his firm intended
to establish a yard and offices in Prince
Rupert.
Skesns Land District���District of Cosst
Tske notice thst Joseph E. MsrehUdon of Prince
Rupert. B. ('.. occupstioi  isrmer, intends to spply
tor   permiaaion   to   purchsse   Ihe   following   described   Isnda
Commencing at  s  poet  plsnted  sbout  a mUss
up ths   Ex Chum   Slk River from Its mouth snd
on   the   left bank of river going up stream: thence i nort
south     40      chsins,    thenee east      40     chsins.   which
thsnee      north      40     chsina     mors  or  less  to
Iver bsnk.  thenee  westerly sling  river hsnk  to
Pub. Sept. 16.
Skeena Land District-Dmrei ��� l"'?''1*^..
TSlTnoUo. thst Willism ��1tlW *%jJZ
neaula. occupation  banker, UWJ
perm i
isnds
ion   to   purch-   the  1-U.e*  ���*"
rises of cemmencerse-nt.
)ste Aug
I'ub.
15. 1910.
Aug.  22
tSgd|"Joseph a MsrehUdon'
Mr. Crombie Has Turned Up
Mr. Crombie, whose sudden dis
appearance caused his friends some
uneasiness, is around again. The explanation is simple. He had merely
taken a business trip to Vancouver.
Skeens Und District���District of Ranks Island
Tsks notice thst J. J. Clifford of Barry. Min-
neaou, oecupstion merchsnt, intends to spply for
permission to purchsse the following described
Isnds:-
Commencing st s post plsnted sbout five miles
north snd four miles esst ol the mouth of sn Inlet
which point is sbout tan milra south and two miles
weat from End HUI Bsnks Islsnd, thence east 80
chsina, thence north 80 chains, thsi.ee weat 80
chains, thsnee south 80 chsins to point of commencement.
Dste   Aug.    18,    1910. J.    J.    Clifford
Pub. Sept.  I5.tb. B.  L.  Tingley,  Agent.
Skeena Und District -DUtrict ot Csssisr
_ Take notice thst John D. Mclntyre of Seattle.
Wash., U. S. A., oeeupaUon flnaneier, intends to
spply   for   permission   to  purchsse   the  following
described Isnds:
Commencing st a post plsnted about 60 chsins
west of s point on the Kinskooch River, aboat
seven mUea from Iu confljenco with the Nsas
River, ssid post being st the south-east corner
thereof, thence north 80 ehslns, thence weat 80
chsins, thence south 80 chsins, thence east 80
chsins to point of commencement and containing
840 seres, more or less.
Dste Aug. 18, 1910.        JOHN   D.   MelNTYRE
Pub. Scot, T. John Dybhsvn. Agent
Coast Und District���District of Skeens
Tske nolle, that F.  R.  C.  Brown of Prince
Rupert,  oecupstion  leal estate sgent,  Intends to
KSJy. Permission   to   purchsse   the  following
described Isnds:
Commencing st s post plsnted sdjolnlng O. D.
.' R���*/ P0**' tnenee east 40 ehslns, thsnee
s��W> e0 ehaina, thence wast 40 chains, thenee
north 80 chains to point of earomesiosfnent.
��*�����*<*��� ��. 1��10. P. R. C. BROWN
Pub. Sept. 16. Numa Demote. Agent
west
chsins,   aw.-n.">   -"...
chsins. thenle north 80 chain, tt  l��am
mencsvnenL a-n I I \M WsTW
{.... Aug. H1.1910. * \X ,���.*,. At*
Pub. Sept. 16.
Skeens Und District-Distn��> "' ^JjJS
Tske notice thst M. S.  *"1'"'     ,, m sspl)
Minnesots. oecupstion  Iswyseisis" M
for permission to purchs* i h' 	
""cemmenstn, st .post pta* ��"�� [rf
and two mUss east of the mouth * ��J JJ, ^
point Is sbout ten aules sou h an   ' dl��t
of End HOI. Banks laland, then .��es w ^
thence north 80 ehaina. theno mmvSgggt
thence south 80 chsins to point of wm <TFVlNS
Dste Aug. 12. 1910. "  ,   .      W
^^uVUknrict-D^inunk..^
Tak. noUce thst Timothy ��**��$?����*
Mlnnesou, oecupstion farmer. IntMUs ^^^
for permission to purchsse the folk���
lands:
i mil�� I
ertk
Commencing st a post WgJS, m. ���**
and two mUes east of the mouth �� ��� js^gsjl
point is sbout ten milss souU, snd jj jgks,
of End Hill, Bsnks Islsnd, theneeMass       ^g
thenee north  JM^fft rSnTof *~*t?!f!ti
thence south 80 chsins to C'"'.;thy gWUVJ5
Date Aug. 12. 1910- TlV1,   ,'Tir.glo- ����"
Date Aug.
Pub. Sept. 16.
Skeena Und Bfirt��=fittg ^.nT��' Hj
Tske notice thst Pstnck M. <���     inlendf"
��4r��fffeSS U  aS-
and two mUss seat of the moulh ��� _s-e��j
polnt Is sboul tenmUes ***** Sm ?0 gg
of End Hill. Banta Island. Ihence ^ ^��
thenee soutn 80 chsins. ^J^SslfJjS
thence north 80 chsins ��JflS&J M B*B
Dste Aug. 12. 1910. PAT   ',. Tin��W ��*
Pub. SepL 16. THE  PRINCE    RUPERT    OPTIMIST
SAMUEL HARRISON
V. F. G. GAMBLE
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Real Estate and Stock Brokers
Portland Canal Stocks and Claims a Specialty
Agents for Stewart Land Co.
Prince Rupert and Stewart
FINE NEW HOTEL
CONCRETE BUILT
AND  COSTING  $80,000   FOR
OND AVENUE
SEC-
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Eight Tables Centre Street
Plans Now Ready for Magnificent
Four Story Building Up to date
Throughout to Occupy Commanding Corner Position.    Work Begun.
WHOLESALE
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The Royal
Corner of Third Avenue snd Sixth Street
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HOTEL
THE BEST
SITUATION
THE FINEST ROOMS
THE BEST
KQUIPMENT
STEAM HEAT
HOT AND COLD
WATER BATHS
CORLEY 6 BURGESS
CAFE
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Our Lunch Counter and Restaurant arc superior in appointments, service and cuisine to nny in the City. It is
popular with diners of taste,
and the rendezvous of parties
QUICK   LUNCH MODERN   PRICES
If you try the Royal
you   will   go   again.
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Proprietors
sal    fcll   aa, | isa.,11    |   11 -aj   H-a   {M
TheOptimist
DELIVERED TO ANY ADDRESS
IN SECTIONS 1, 5 AND 6
EVERY DAY FOR
50c PER MONTH
A substantial and superbly equipped
hotel which when complete will rival
any building of its kind in Seattle or
Vancouver, is planned fur I'rince Rupert,
and will cost over $80,000.
The hotel will occupy the site on
Block 27, Lota 22 and 23, on Second
avenue the line Corner sile at t be junction
near Aid. Lynch s depart men', (tore.
The building which will consist of
(four  stories and  basement  will  have a
frontage of I5ii (est on Second avenue
and will extend 100 feet back from the
street front. It is to be constructed
throughout of reinforced concrete in
the style of the new Bank of Montreal
building. The new hoi el will thus be
one of the most substantial and handsome structures in the city.
The West holme Lumber company are
the promoters of this new hotel, and
the plans are now ready for it at their
headquarters in Victoria. At first a
frame building was contemplated, but
the firm's successful experience with
concrete construction, led them to go
in for this method with the new hotel
, which will thus be fireproof, and
'solid and lastinc building.
The plans arrange for an equipment
of the most up to date kind. Suites of
I rooms with private bathrooms to every
suite, numerous commodious l>ed rooms,
' and handsome public rooms, offices, and
Inception halls, are planned. The
I building will be titled with electric
| elevators and lighting throughout.
Already work has begun on the
retaining wall on the site, but the actual
work of erection will be deferred probably
until spring. A full description of the
new hotel is promised when the plans
and specifications arrive from Victoria.
PRODUCE AND FRUIT
HORSE CLOTHING
H. N. MORTON
THIRD AVE.
J. R. BEATTY
CARTAGE and STORAGE
LARGE FEED STABLE
....IN CONNECTION ...
Special Attention Paid to Moving
The Westholme Lumber Co.
First Avenue LIMITED
��� WE   HANDLE   EVERYTHING IN-
LUMBER
PLASTER
AT $17  PER TON,   DELIVERED
LIME
AT $2.40 PER  BARREL,   DELIVERED
The Best
That is Brewed
OFFICE:    -    THIRD AVE.
WITH NiCKERSON & ROER1G
Phone No. 1
11  GASOLINE LAUNCH
"Ethola
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For charu-r or Mr*.   Also Scow.   Apply T. Slaw-
art. Empress Block, or aboard boat 91
LYNCH BROS.
DEPARTMENT STORES
PHONE No. 2
Groceries
Fruits
Provisions
Boots and Shoes
Gtnls' Furnishings
The Big
Crockery
Supply House
Linoleums
of
Honse Furnishings
Glass
Prince Rupert
Sash and Doors
"���ompt Delivery
Courteous Treatment
A Square Deal
Canadian General Electric Co.  Limited
Canada Foundry Co., Limited
TORONTO, ONT.
WINNIPEG   WATERWAY   PLANS
MANUFACTURERS   OF
All rlassrs of El.vin.-sl Apnsratus,
Railway Supplies, Pumps. Ens-Ins*,
Hollers. Gincrrts Mixers, Ornament,
al    Inm   anil   Bronte   Work.   Etc.
Greatest Inland Waterway Scheme in
World From Winnipeg to Rockies
  ���
(Special to tho Optimist)
Ottawa, Nov. 1.���The Dominion gov-'
ernment  survey  parties  have  returned
from their season's work and re|��ort the
feasibility of the construction of a waterway from \Vinni[H'g to the Rockies via
ths Saskatchewan  river.    The cost of;
the project is estimated at  fifteen millions.    If this grain route is completed
it will give Canada the greatest inland
waterway  system  of  the  world.    The
survey of the Saskatchewan river is to
be completed next year.
W. CLARK DURANT
ALDER BLOCK
Agenl
P. 0. BOX 724
Take This
OFFER
Increased Freight Rates
Washington. Nov. 2.���(Special)���The
western trunk lines have served notice
on shippers that the reduced freight
rates will be discontinued on December
first, the two years' time set by the
interstate commerce commission ordering
the same having expired.
SMOKING CHIMNEYS
CURED
STOVE PIPES      ELBOWS
Stove    Pipes   put   up,
Cleaned nnd Repaired.
Furnaces   nut  in  and   Repaired
Don't  throw  away  the  old stove until you have seen us.    We repair
and make as good as new.
8 LOTS
That we will sell for $100 Cash
and bal. in monthy payments.
First Class Tin Shop In City
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Second Ave.,
Limited.
Prince Rupert, B.C.
==E.   EBY   C8,   Co.hss
REAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM - ��� B   C.
Silver Spring Lager Beer
Tates English Ale
Tates xxx Stout
BREWED FROM MAI.T AND HOPS ONLX
-BY THE���
Silver Spring Brewery
Victoria
Sutherland & Maynard
SOLE   HANDLERS FOR   NORTHERN   B. C.
PHONE 123
First Avenue, Near McBride
CITY SChVENGING JOMP'Y.
CallTPhone 18
Orders Promptly
Attended   to.
Office: (Ih Ave. and Fulton SI.
We Have Moved
TO OUR NEW OFFICE
IN   THE
Helgerson Building
6th STREET
Union Transfer & Storage Co. Ltd.
Agents for Imperial Oil Company
Telephone 36
B. C. BAKERY
If you want that sweet, nutty Havered
BREAD-try our  FRENCH   the kind
that pleases.
Third Ave- between 7th  and   8th   Sis.
Little's NEWS Agency
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_ I Magazines :: Periodicals :: Newspapers
PRINCE RUPERT SHEET METAL WORKS: CIGARS   ::  TOBACCOS  II   FRUITS
Phone 108 2nd Ave. G.T.P. WHARF
CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Agents
r- ir.l.r. promptly AIM.   Prices raasonshlt.
OFFICE-H. B. Rochester. Centre St.    Phone M.
P. O. BOX Mo
PHONE 6t
F. W. HART
House Furnishings Complete
-AT-
THeBIg    FURNITURE Store THE   PRINCE    RUPERT    OPTIMIST
jge~x~se~je~'~K~x~x~jgj
urs
We have the agency
for one of the best
firms of furriers in
Canada, anil are now
prepared to take orders for furs of any
description from an inexpensive Stole to a
high grade Seal-sktn
Coat	
We have catalogues
showing styles and descriptions and can guarantee as good satisfaction as if you actually
selected your own furs.
We take these orders
on a small commission
basis and intending purchasers can buy just ns
cheaply as they could
in the East.
It will soon be time for
men to consider what
kind of gifts they are
going to make to wife,
mother, sister, and the
problem would be readily solved by ordering
furs from u* paying a
deposit on them and
laying them by until
Christmas. It takes
some time to get furs
so it is aa well to be
forehanded and get
your   order   in   early.
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PHENIX THEATRE
.MOVING PICTURE
VAUDEVILLE
Shows Continuous From 6.30
to   10.30  p.m.   Every  Day.
WEDNESDAY   AND   THURSDAY
Ranchman's  Love
A  Drama   Thst You  Will  Like
River Panorama in Egypt
What You See Coming Down the Nile
Legend of Erring Jew
Heliiriuus
For a Woman's Sake
Nice Drams
Shakespeare Meeting
Julius Ceaser
(lid Country Scene
LE ROI MINE
IS FOR SALE
HAS A  PLANT WORTH  MILLION
DOLLARS
termined to advance in the footsteps
of its older brother, and there is bo
doubt that the Canadian Northern will
also follow suit.
Popular Price
15c
A. IIF.INF.Y. Manager
The   Flickerless   Picture   Show
IDEAL
Provision House
Third Ave.    Next Sixth St.
PHONE  190
Hot House Tomatoes 20c lb
New Jersey Sweet Potatoes. .3 lbs. 25c
Cape Cod Cranberries 2 quarts 36c
New Sweet Corn 60c doz.
Fancy Celery 3 for 26c
Famous Mine Has Ceased to Be a
Producer and Liquidator Has Been
Authorized to Dispose of Property
to Best Advantage.
Vancouver,    Oct.   29.���The   historic
Le Roi mine, once the banner producer
of Rossland, and its smelter at North-
' port, Wash., just south of the interna-
1 tional boundary are for sale.    Anthony
, J. MacMillan, managing director of the
I Le Roi Company, a British corporation,
made the announcement in Vancouver.
J Mr. MacMillan at a recent meeting of
i the dir dors held in London, was ap-
j pointed sole liquidator and  authorized
I to dbpOM of the property lo the best
! advantage.    He arrived here yesterday
' direct from New York where he landed
a  week ago.    He will leave tomorrow
for  Rossland.    A  small  working  force
i is still at work.    Extensive exploratory
i work carried out  during the past two
years has failed to locate any new- rich I
��� ore bodies.    Thousands of dollars were |
: expended in diamond drilling on van- j
ous  levels,   but   the  values  being  low
ami the costs of extraction and treat-1
| ment   being  considerable  the   question
i of   securing   a   profit   was   considered
i very problematical.
"The affairs of the company are not
| in bad sha|>e.    It does not owe a cent I
and  there  is  a  balance  in   the  bank.
The assets exclusive of the mine com-1
prises one of the most  complete min-1
ing  plants   in  existence,  costing  as  it
did. probably nearly one million dollars," \
said Mr. MacMillan today.
To Ask City To Assist
The trades and labor council of Calgary is already making preparations
for the convention of the Dominion
Trades Congress to be held there next
year. At their last regular meeting
discussion took place re the financing
of the big gathering and a resolution
passed asking that the city commissioners recommend that a sum be embraced
in the estimates to go towards assisting
in entertaining the convention delegates
next year.
New Wharfinger Appoint,,
Trunk
ha
Captain Davles, who hits been whurftn.
atilic for th,
ls resigned and ^
the Prince Rupert
tomorrow. T. C. ( halmen, who h��
been in the employ of the compuy lor
many years at other point*, ,uwM|
Mr. Davies.
ger for the Grand
last five months,
going   south   on
Petition  For Plsnkwsy
A petition signed by lepraNnttthrsj
of over a hundred Iota in Section 7 hu
been prepared for presentation to the
city council asking for a plinkwiy on
Eleventh avenue from Conrad street
to the east end. The work of widening
the plankwalk on Eighl avenue:- pro.
gressing, and the Section ; ownm
don't want to be quite ��ut in ihe cold
when improvements are lieini,' made.
Federal Indian Legislation
Ottawa, Oct. 29.-Hon. F. Oliver
will introduce legislation to facilitate
the  transfer  of  Indian  lands  to  meet
caaea where Indians can be trans-[John Regan, teamster, unci thineen
ferred to other lands equally good for ! horses, were burned to death by the
them when the lands they occupy can   upsetting of a lantern in lhe Canadian
Thirteen   Horses Burned
Brandon,  Man.,  Nov. 'J.    Special-
be made better use of by whites.
i Northern Yards.
^^mmz^jsemt
��3?^*'iK��-��;
ENTRANCE FEE RAISED
Immigrants Landing in Winter Must
Have Fifty Dollars
| H. S. Wallace Co.
; Phom * ' ���������'	
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38c���X���X���X
Ph.es e LIMITED
Fotlon St   sad 3rd Ass.
Don't  forget  our   Fancy
Turkeys
for Thanksgiving. Order
Look at our window display for
the good things to eat.
WE DELIVER
Ottawa, Oct. 29. -Starting next month i
and continuing until March, the mini-
mum sum which an intending immigrant
can   enter  Canada  will   be  $50,   unless
they are assured of positions  as farm
laborers.    This  is  in  conformity  with
.the  practice  adopted  last  year of re-
Order Early, quiring   immigrants   during   the   slack
1 season for labor to be in a position to
be self-supporting  until   work   is  more
plentiful,   when   it   will   revert   to   the
$26 minimum.
Also remember our Fresh
"C"   Stamped    Ergs    at
70 cents a Doz.
Mammoth Hotel At Quebec
The Grand Trunk Pacific is going
to build a mammoth hotel at Quebec.
The site is to be near Cap Rouge. The
new    transcontinental   line   seems   de-
PUBLIC MEETING
A PUBLIC MEETING WILL BE HELD IN THE
EMPRESS  THEATRE
-ON-
Wednesday Evening, Nov. 2
AT 8 P.M.
At which the Hon. Richard McBride, Premier
of the Province of British Columbia,
will address the citizens.
EVERYBODY WELCOME
RESERVED  SEATS  FOR  LADIES
J. A.  KIRKPATRICK,
Prince Rupert, Nov. 1st, 1910. Pres. Conservative Association
On Thursday Evening, Nov. 3, ^rZu^Z^Z
Premier at a Smoker in the Mclntyre Hall, commencing at B p.m.
All Friends and Supporters of the Government
are Cordially Invited to be Present.
BRIN FURNITURE Company
PRINCE   RUPERTS   LEADING   FURNITURE   STORE
Just Received
The Latest and most Up-to-date
line of Go-carts and Baby Carriages
brought   into   Prince   Rupert.
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