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VOL. II,  NO. 243
Prince Rupert, B.C., Tuesday, October 24. 1911.
Price Five Cents
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F. T. CONGDON DEFEATED
IN THEYUKON ELECTION
Dr. Thompson, His Old Opponent, Gets in by Over Four
Hundred Majority���Change of Government
Had Evidently Affected the Result
Mr. Congdon. Record
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Dawson, Oct. 24.���Thompson
was elected over Congdon al today's Federal election by a ma-
jnrity of four hundred. There
tire nine small polls to hear from.
The figures so far are Thompson
U.5. Congdon 730.
Dr. Albert Thompson, the victor, is a brother of Mr. James
II. Thompson of the Thompson
Hardware Company of this city.
Mr. Thompson was naturally
pleased to hear of his brother's
-net-ess, when informed by the
News this morning.
Mr. Congdon has been member
for thc Yukon since 1908. He
resigned his oflice as Commissioner
of Yukon Territory in 1904 to
contest his seat but was tlefeated
on that occasion by Dr. Thompson.
In the 1908 election he was returned by large majorities. Prior
to the change of Government it
had been practically settled to
return him by acclamation this
time. The change of Government
has evidently decided the Yukon
election.
HIS    SON    DROWNED
Tragic Drowning Accident in
Family of Captain Sears of
the Iroquois.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Sidney,   Oct.   24.���At   Sidney
last  night Albert  Sears,  the  ten
year old son of Captain Sears, fell
of the wharf and wad drowned.
Captain Scars will be remembered as ihe master of the ill
fa led Steamer Iroquois which perish
nl with great loss of life off Sidney
Harbor early in the summer.
WOODWORTH TENDERS
New Tenders Called for Thurs
day.  Old Ones Returned Unopened.   Easier Conditions
New tenders for Woodworth
Like clearing under ca-ier specifications are called for Thursday,
-Mli inst., at 0 p.m. The old
tenders in last night have been
returned unopened. "Sixty days
after the trail is completed/' is
the new time limit, and reasonable
allowance will Ik- made for snow.
No work can be accepted while
snow is still on the grounds This
Wiis decided at a late hour last
night by the city council.
OFF AFTER COAL
Launch Phippen Takes Provisions of Party to Stewart
Island.
Yesterday afternoon the launch
Phippen left loaded down with
the outfit of the Messrs. Green, of
New York, who are making for
Stewart Island lo prospect for
coal on i .i.'h.un I I.in.I . Tin-
launch towed a scow laden with
provisions and other supplies. The
.Messrs. Green followed on the
British Empire.
CITY COUNCIL REAFFIRMED
THE REDUCEDJVAGE SCALE
One Alderman Showed a Disposition to Wriggle in the
Presence of the Workingmen, But Was Chided
by His Colleagues for It
The efforts of certain aldermen
lu clear themselves in the eyes of
the workingmen voters from the
charge of having agreed to a 37 1-2
nuts per hour rtitc on the Wood-
worth Lake scheme, provided much
amusement at the city council
last night. Finally the council reaffirmed its decision to have the
rale 37 1-2 cents.
The incident arose over a letter
received by the council from Mr.
A. C. Morse, secretary of the
I. W. W., communicating thc
resolution passed by the men at
their meeting in the Majestic
Theatre on Sunday night. The
resolution protestetl against the
wage rate of the city being reduced to 37 1-2 tents per hour
on the waterworks when tin- dty
wage scale iwas understood to
be 4.. cents per hour.
Alderman Clayton moved lh.it
it    be    received    and    filed,    but
found no seconder. Aldermen New
ton then rose to explain that ih<-
reason for the reduction of lhc
rate of wages was because the
work was likely lo be done by
transient labor, not by citizen
workers. It was deemed wise,
he said, to reduce the scale lo
37 1-2 cents per hour, rather than
place the 4.') cent burden on the
general citizens when the work
was done by transient labor. I here
was mi intent on the part of the
COUndl to go back upon UM
position taken up at the beginning
of this year. Alderman Newion
disputed   this  in  direct   reply  >'������
something said by a speaker at
the   Majestic   Theatre   meeting.
To avoid risk of scri-ms lawsuits
the 45 cent rale ****** <**'* ,,lTP
recorded in the minutes bill UK
OOUndl had paid *��� **** *��� l>"s.s,,'l,'
the 45 cent rew.tocltiien workers.
He   maintained   that   he   Wmsfclf
and   the   council   had   ii"t   ���"������
back   on   their   pledges   made   a
the   begitiniiiK   *>*   *K  >'r'ir'   '"
denied that he mads promises in
public or sneaked round behind
tin in on the quiet as had been
insinuated by the speaker at the
I. W. W. meeting.
Alderman Kerr disagreed with
Alderman Newton, and declared
lhat he for one had not voted for
the 37 1-2 rate.
Alderman Douglas also took
exception   to   Altlernian    Newton
antl challenged anyone in the city
tn say that he had not opposed
the 37- 12 cent rale, lie had
moved 4.. cents be the rate and
thought that days labor should
lie the system at Woodwortil
Lake but had found no seconder.
To hear Alderman Kerr say
that he had not sanctioned the
decrease in rate surprised Alderman Qeyton. He maintained that
Alderman Kerr had known very
well what he was doing last
Monday night. He said Altlernian
Kerr WM only changing hi tunc
now In- was he wanted to make a
gootl   fellow   of   himself   lo    the
workmen in the hail.   Aldennan
Clayton declaretl that lhc effort
of the COUndl had been lo have
the thing a business proposition
all through, and lhe 37 1-2 cent
arte was thc most business like
rale they could see. It seemed
absurd to think of doing the
work by days labor at 45 cents
per hour. Rights of business men
and property holders should be
protected as well as those of the
workers.
Alderman Douglas called on
ths City Clerk to prove that he
had mad- a motion for thc 45
cent rate but gol no seconder.
Alderman Hilditch pointed out
that the city's minimum rale of
wages had always been 37 1-2
cents per hour and that no change
had Men made. He moved an
amendment to the original motion
that the city Clerk be instructed
to   write  the  secretary  of   the
I.   W.   W.   to   this   effect.      The
amendment  carried���Alderman
Douglas dissenting-
GUN ACCIDENTS
AT VICTORIA
A. L. Partington and Charles
Watkin Receive Serious Injuries While out Duck Shooting.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Victoria, Oct. 24.���Two serious
gunning accidents marked the day's
duck shooting near here yesterday,
A. L. Partington received a wound
in his side when a loaded gun
lying cocked in lhe bottom of
his boat exploded.
Charles Watkin had his arm
shattered so badly that it had to
be amputated when he pulled the
gun to him by the muzzle. Partington h.is an even chance of
recovery.
ALDERMANIC   AMENITIES
Aid. Clayton Resents the Very
Name of Newton Applied to
Him in Mistake.
Alderman Hilditch referred to
Alderman Clayton by mistake last
night as "Alderman Newton."
"No, No!" said Alderman Clayton, "not by a long sight!"
"I beg your pardon,.Aldennan
Newton," said Alderman Hilditch,
bowing graciously to the alderman
on his left and ignoring Alderman
Clayton on his right. They were
scrapping about the cost of the
cemetery road.
Coats for cliindrcn���big range-
Wallace's. 2t
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PHILADELPHIA WINS
FOR THIRD TIME
(Canadian Press Despatch
Phi'adelphia, Oct. 24
���Before a big crowd the
Athletics won the fourth
match of the world's base
ball series by 4-2.
The score was Philadelphia 4 runs, 11 hits 1
error.
New York 2 runs, 7 hits
3 errors.
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TRADE STILL GROWS
HE CAN'T ADMIT
LADY BARRISTER
Laws of British Columbia Make
Legal Profession the Monopoly of Men.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
New Westminster, Oct. 24.���
Justice Morrison this morning decided that a lady barrister who
applied to him for an order that
the Benchers' refusal to admit
her to practice be over-ruled could
not be granted as the laws of
British Columbia do rot recognize
ladies as lawyers.
STILL   TOO   WET
Canada's Trade Increases Over
a Million a Month During
Last Six Months.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, Oct. 24.���Canada's
trade in September was ��69,868,429
as against 804,450,105 in September 1910. For the six months
ending September 1910 the total
trade was S 100,270,855 as against
��360,277,276 in 1910.
BROKE SWIMMING RECORD
J. McNeill, of Victoria, Swam
Half Mile in 14 Mins. 17 Sees.
Victoria,  Oct.   24.���The  Canadian half mile swimming record
was broken here last night by J.
McNeill of this city. His time
was 14 minutes 17 seconds. The
feat occurred in the half mile
race at the Y. M. C. A. swimming
meet.
Does It Never Stop Raining in
Philadelphia���World's Series
Still Held Up.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Philadelphia, Oct. 24��� The athletic grounds are too Wet  today
to   permit   playing   the   baseball
championship of the worltl series.
GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER
Ninety Year Old Man is Found
Guilty of Crime at New Westminster.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
New Westminster, Oct. 24.���
Charged wiih murdering Levi McCutcheon in a shack on Hastings
townsite during a drunken orgie,
a nonagenarian named Channel,
a veteran of the American civil
war, was today found guilty of
manslaughter.
CHINA IS PREPARING FOR
BIG NATIONAL UPRISING
News Has Now Leaked Out Over the Country that the
Rebels Administered a Crushing Defeat to
the Imperial Troops_at Hankow
purposes of retreat.
Reports received today indicate
thiit the rebels delivered a crushing
blow to the loyalists near Hankow.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Pekin, Oct. 24.���There is no
longer any doubt but that the
rebels administered a crushing defeat to the Imperial troops near
Hankow, and that the effect of
it will be to greatly aid the rebel
movement in ihe Chinese provinces
Rumors are persistent that it
greal rising is planned to take
place during thc next few days
in the vicinity of the capital.
The diplomatic corps has discussed the advisability of maintaining the communication open
between   Pekin   and   Tientsin   for
CONSERVATIVE  CONVENTION
Will be Held in Vancouver on
November 24th and 25th
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, Oct. 24.���Thc Conservatives have fixed November
24 and 25 as the date of the
provincial convention.
BALL   GAME   LAST   NIGHT
Phillies Put it over Giants after
Lively Scrap. Great Enthusiasm.
BURIED AIM IN A MUD SLIDE
Terrible Fate Overtakes Two Italian Laborers at Kitselas Tunnel
in Early Hours of the Morning
D. C0LLATI AND ALBERT CERCI THE VICTIMS
Men Were at Work in the Dark Tunnel When a Mass of Mountain Mud Broke in
and Buried Them Alive���Will Probably Take Three Days to Dig the Bodies
Out���Accident Occurred on McDougall's Contract
Wildest enthusiasm prevailed at
the ball game at the Auditorium
last night when the Phillies managed to beat the Giants by 23-21.
There were sensational plays
on both sides, and a big audience
gave the game a grcat reception.
Cmpires Sloan and Ulake did
gootl work.
Next game is planned fur Thursday night, ami will be a hoi one.
Commission vs. Council
In the Presbyterian Church Hall
on Wednesday evening there will
Ik* a lively o*h*h debate on Com-
mi-.-ion Government versus Mun-
ici|Kil Council. Sonic of the liest
speakers in Rnp, it will lead the
discussion on bolh sides, and all
interested arc cordially invited.
KINGSWAY CLEARS
After   supplying   substitutes   to
handle  the vessel  in   their places
the crew of ilu- trawler Kingsway
who declared  the vessel  unsea-
worthy yesterday were paitl off,
and the boat put to sea without
alteration of deck cargo.
CALL  TO  CHRISTIAN   MEN
Are Needed in the Battle-line of
the Men's World Missionary
Movement.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, Oct. 24.���A vigorous
appeal to all Christian men to get
into the battle-line of the Men's
Missionary Movement was sounded at thc convention yesterday.
Stirring addresses were delivered
by many prominent speakers
among   them   lieing   Sir   Amdrcw
Fraser.
TWO BANK CLERKS ARRESTED
WHOLE STAFF SUSPENDED
Smothered in the darkness of
early morning by tons of mud
which slitl from the mountain side
into the tunnel cut in which they
were working, two Italians have
lost their lives. The accident
happened at the West Portal of
the tunnel under construction by
Contractor MacDougall on the
Grand Trunk Pacific at Mile 103.
The names of the dead nun are
D. Collati, teamster, and Albert
Cerci, mucker.    They were killed
about 5.30 a.m., yesterday, and
it will lake about three,days to
recover the bodies, The fatality
was purely accidental, the mudslide being practically impossible
to guard against.
Police  Informed
Information was wired to Provincial Police Chief Owens yesterday afternoon thai an accident
had occurred through a mudslide
al the west end of MacDougall's
tunnel contract, and the coroner
at Hazelton has been informed
of the circumstances. Mr. Mca-
Dougall, the contractor, is at
present on the job, and lhe wire
sent from Kitselas did not furnish j
full particulars of the occurrence
A wire was also received al Messrs
cavatcd cut through the mountain
side to reach the rock face. Thc
rock wiis reached some time ago,
and tunnelling has been carried
on for some 200 or 300 yards in.
Uut at the entrance to thc west
portal   where   the   steam   shovel
dug through ilu- soft mountain
surface until  rock was reached
Foley,  Welch  &  Stewart's office j there was the possibility  thai   a
informing them of the occurrence. I slide might occur, the raw inoun-
As the tunnel has nol yet been H"  ���"'-1  nui<l  muskeg slipping
the railway .com-! il"�� *c ruI'   ' ***** '" whnl Gtmr***
handed over to
pany  this work
is   without   tin
Superintendent    Mehan   surmises
must have happened.   The men
Drastic Action Follows the
Winnipeg Bank���Audit
$5,000 Was Short
Winnipeg, Oct. 24.���A sensation
has been caused in \Yiimi|H-g banking circles by the arrest last nighl
of two clerks of du- Union U.ink.
The arretted men arc John K.
McLeod, the ledger-keeper, and
Gordon T. Nagle, lhe teller of
the Selkirk Avenue branch of the
Union Bank.
()n Friday morning at one o'clock
Discovery of a  Fire in  a
Showed That a Sum of
in Bank's Funds
a small fire was discovered in the
bank.     An   investigation   showed
it to be in two places, and that the
booksof the bank were burning.
.An audit oil Saturday and today
showed a shortage of five thousand
dollars.
The   entire   staff   is   sits|K*nded
and   the   two  arrests   have  Ix-cn
made.
province of General Superintendent I were probably doing their work
Mehan, nevertheless Mr. Mehan|hauling  out   excavated   material
from the tunnel Ixiring further in
who has accurate |versonal know
ledge  of   tin*   various  contracts
advancing the work, was able
.ti suggest the probable circumstances of the accident, from his
knowledge "( the ground. The
west portal of the tunnel is approached by a steam shovel cx-
wlien .he mass of mud slid i,i the
darkness over the edge of the cut
completely burying them. A
strong force of men is now engaged
in clearing away the fall to reach
the bodies.
WILL CALL NEW TENDERS FOR CLEARING
Timber Cruisers Employed by Council Report That Very Little of the  Woodworth
Lake Timber is Worth Saving���Not Enough Cedar to Build the Pipe
Tenders for the clearing of the
shores of Woodworth Lake Were
not opened at last night's council
meeting but were relumed unopened to the bidders because the
report of the timber cruisers employed to estimate the amount of
useful timber in the area to be
cleared has resulted Unfavorably.
They say that only some 75,000
feet board measure of the valuable
| yellow cedar exists there fit for
the purpose intended, viz., to make
staves for lhe stavc-pipc. Then-
is any amount of spruce for the
dam building, and the coi-sinie-
tion    ol    the    power    Station    at
Shawatlans Lake, but the scardt)
of yellow cedar makes the logging
included in the specifications unnecessary.
Alderman Hilditch expressed the
alteration In the specifications as
follows: "Bum everything except
what >ellow cedar there is, and
enough spruce lo build the dam.
This limber will be marked. Everything  else  is   to   be   burned,   and
close cutting changed frum two
feet to four feel above ground."
Some discussion followed regarding the relative cost of building
slave-pipe on the job or ordering
it from elsewhere. Someone had
been telling Alderman Newton
that    il    would    be    aboul    fifty
per cent cheaper for the city to
buy the pipe.    Alderman Hilditch
said the Georgetown Mills people
had been tr\ing lo tell him llic
same thing but they had failed
tO convince him.    He gave rough
estimates showing the figures veiy
much in lavor of the city's doing
the pi'K- building, and also reminded Alderman Newton of die
almost Indefinite lifetime of yellow
cedar stave-pipe as compared to
the twenty year life of the red
pine offered by the other method.
The sum of 828 per thousand he
calculated would manufacture the
Staves on the spot outside of iron.
It would cost at least $48 per
thousand to Import  the material.
The Mayor suggested delay until
tin* comparative eust of dty built
and Imported stave pine had been
SSCtcriancd. Colonel Davis recommended that the new tenders (nr
the clearing be opened mi Wed
nesday 25th.
NEW    CEMETERY     ROAD
Aid. Clayton's Request for Dynamite for Destruction of
Nobs Precipitates a Quarrel.
Aldennan Clayton thought that
a certain nob over which the new
cemcteiV mad is crawling ought
lo Ik- shot off to save the grade.
Alderman Hilditch explained thai
the reason the nob was not  shol
off was because ilu* cemetery road
was being done on the cheap.
They he'll not the money 1"
shout off the fobs or all Would
lie shol off. The road was being
built of old Section I planking
and if Alderman Clayton didn't
like il he could do the other thing.
This incensed Alderman Clayton
who angrily declared that if Al-
th rm.in Hildiltli though he WU
that sort of man, he would very
soon fii-tl out who he was up
against.
"Oh, I know very well the sort
of mail I've got to deal with,"
siieerctl Alderman Hilditch quite
unperturlH-tl by Altlernian (lax-
ton's darkening brows ami ravage
expression. The Mayor hastily
changed the siibjeel to make peace.
HON. MINISTERS
EXCHANGE JOBS
Winston Churchill Becomes
Lord of the Admiralty and
Mr. McKenna, Home Secretary of Great Britain.
The bakers' union of San Fran-
tmm ii bets established a cooperative
bakery where French bread is
baked by union workmen under
Union conditions.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London, Oct. 24.    An interesting
exchange of portfolios has taken
place in  lhe  Uritish  Cabinei.    It
[sannounced today thai Mr. Winston Churchill will vacate the Home
Secretaryship to become First
Lord   of   the   Admiralty,   while
Mr. Reginald McKenna, the First
l.ort! of thc Admiralty, will become Home Secretary.
VICTIMS  OF   PANDERS
Fifteen Hundred Canadian
Girls Disappear Each Year,
Says Speaker.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Sherbrookc, Oct.  24.���At  th]
.'mu'.il  meeting of lhe  Dominion*
W. C. T. U. Which is being held
here tin  Statement w-as made that
fifteen hundred Canadian girls disappear annually antl l>ccoine victims   of   the   While   Slave   traffic.
The   American   cities   wiih   their
"open" policy is blamed (or most
n(  lhe sorrow.
I'antorium l'ioni-er Cleaners, Phone 4.
The new G.T.P. News Stand
for Lowney's delicious Chocolates, fresh from the factory,   tf THE DAILY NEWS
SAILORS REFUSE
TO GO TO SEA
(Continued from page one)
as she stands. She is certified
to carry tleck cargo considerably
greater than that on board, as
her stanchions for boanl compartments to hold lish show. Her
steering gear has been tested and
works ;dl right. She is battened
down sufficiently her bunker hatches screwing into place, and her
forward hatch being boarded ami
fitted with ii tarpaulin under the
coal. I intend to put to sea for
Pacoli as soon as I can get a crew."
THE EDITOR S MAILBAG
Fair Play���Your letter has been
handed to the authorities of the
church referred to. It is scarcely
a matter for the public press.
Inquirer���It is not a fraud
unless the representations are
fraudulent. Whether it is a good
or a bad piece of business for you
to have anything to do with, is
another matter. Study the contract before you sign it. If you
do not clearly understand it engage a lawyer to look into it. The
verbal representations would not
be binding if they conflicted with
the terms of the contract.
BOUNDARY  SURVEY
Work of Running Line North
Reaches Within Five Miles of
Arctic Circle.
J. D. Craig, in charge of the
international boundary survey party running the line between Alaska
and Canada, who haa arrived here
from the scene of operations this
summer on the Porcupine river,
said: "The line was carried practically to thc shores of the Arctic
Ocean, and the other dpeartnn tits
of work were advanced so far that
no trouble is anticipated in completing thc Yukon-Arctic Ocean
scclion next season. Contrary
to expectations, timber and horse-
food were found in practically
all the valleys to within five miles
of the .Arctic circle. The stock
Came through the season in splendid
condition."
ITALY MEETS A
BAD CHECK
Reported at Berlin That Italian
Soldiers Have Been Repulsed
at Tripoli.
"GEORGE" LAYS
OFF FIRST
Captain Nicholson Says the
G.T.P. Fliers Will Go to Victoria to be Fitted with Oil-
burners.
It has been definitely announced
now by Captain Nicholson that
thc first of the Grand Trunk
fast steamships to lay off for the
winter season will be the Prince
C.eorge. She will go into dock at
Victoria after the first of November to have a thorough overhauling and to be converted from
a coal to an oil fuel steamer.
This change will be made at
Victoria not across the line, "contrary," as Captain Nicholson said
with a smile, "lo the idea of the
Victoria press which declared that j
because I happened to be ani
American I should have the work
done in the States."
"After the George has had her
alterations and overhauling thc
Rupert will have her turn, and
when completed in this way these
two boats will be amongst thc
fastest on thc Pacific Coast. As
regartls their comfort nothing is
to be spared to make them the
mosi ;ittractive to passengers travelling these coasts. We mean to
have the Prince Rupert passenger
traffic over all competitors, and
nothing is to be spared in efficiency j
of boats or comfort of passenger
service to secure this.
"It is planned that the Prince
John shall take weekly runs to
Stewart, and runs on alternate
weeks to Masset, Naden Harbor
aiitl Skidegate."
"The News" Classified Ads.
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Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
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THIS
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COMPANY,
I'.S    IIi'ihcm and Rentals.
Notice
Our patroni will please note that all accounts
aifainst the Individuals of the linn, the Pony Express, will be kept separate from those of thc
Compan)*, dalinir from the 1st of October, 1911.
E. A. ELLIOT,
J. KOOTJKS.
2SK-2-3 FRKD PETERSON.
HAPPY COUPLE
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Unwin Return From Their Honeymoon
on Saturday.
By the Prince George on Saturday there arrived a very popular
young married couple, Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. I'nwin, fresh from their
honeymoon trip to Vancouver,
Victoria and Seat lie. Mr. Unwin
is a well known ohl tinier here,
and his bride is one of Rupert's
ever increasing group of populai
girls. Much happiness is wished
bride and bridcgroom.
ANOTHER ELECTROCUTED
Another Vancouver Man Meets
Sudden Death from Electric
Wires.
RUPERT CASES
AT VANCOUVER
Information on the Chinese
Cases and Homer Woods Case
Case by Chief Vickers Just
Returned.
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Spe'ciitl rates by
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Neatly Furnished rooms, gentlemen preferred.-
Apply Mrs. Mullin. over Majestic Theatre,     tf
Nice Furnished Rooms, Mrs. Crcenwejod. Alder
Block; Third Ave. 178-tf
For Kent-Furnished rooms. Hot and cold water
with bath. Digby Kooms. Mh Ave. and Fulton
Street. tf
For Rent-Sons of England Hall, SID 2nd'Ave.. for
Dances, Fraternal Societies, Socials, etc. Apply
Frank A Kills. Box 869 or phone lit*. isil-tf
*i 'mr
30-30 Savage Rifle, good as new.   P. O. Box 264.
236-241
For Sale���Chicken Ranch, 2 Storey houae, household goods. Near Prinoe llupert. A snap if
taken at once.   Addreia Be.x 368. tf
(2000 takes excellent view lol with substantia! 4-
roomed cottage, lot 6. block 2, section 6, Borden
St.   Enquire on premises t,r P.O. Box 8.
238-21*.*
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
Insurance
_l
OUR Companies are noted for prompt and just
settlement*. We write every known class of
Insurance. The Mack, Realty and Insurance Ca
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Berlin, Oct. 23.���It is reported
here that the liali.in forces have
met with a serious check outride
Tripoli. Fighting took place outside the city in which the Italians
suffered heavy losses.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, Oct. 21.���William
Gooding, a lineman employced
by the B. C. Electric Railway, was
electrocuted today while making
repairs to tlu* wires at the car
barns.
Chief Vickers who returned from
Vancouver by the Camosun in
the small hours on Saturday morning mentions that case of procuring against Mali Hung fell
through owing to hick of evidence
sufficient to convict. Mah Hung
was found guilty of stealing and
his companion, Dr. Lew, of procuring.
In the Homer Woods case
brought up at the Vancouver
assizes the prosecutor, Alex Math-
icson, failed to appear and the case
remains hung up indefinitely with
a probability that Woods will
not be held answerable for either
the attempted suicide or the alleged attempted murder. The
latter charge was, in fact, dropped.
GIANTS  VS.   PHILLIES
GETS VACANT JUDGSHIP
IT   RAINS  AGAIN
Philadelphia Seems to be Worse
Than Vancouver World's
Match Has to Wait.
J. M. McDougall, of Hull, is Appointed  to  the  Supreme
Court.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Philadelphia, Oct. 23.- Rain has
again interfered with the world's
baseball   scries.     There   i*.   little
prospect of a match again today.
Philadelphia, (Liter���Rain has
again caused the postponement of
the baseball championship game.
THE HOSPITAL DANCE
Don't Forget the Event of the
Season    It's on Friday Night
Don't forget the Hospital Ball
which   is   to   take   place   in   the
Mclntyre Hall on Friday evening,
October 29th. Thc Ladies' Committee have gone lo more than
usual trouble lo make it a success.
Tickets   can    be   hail   from   any
member of the committee.        6t
HIGH JINKS" ENJOYED
Kaien  Island Club Had  Good
Time Saturday Night
In the Kaien Island Club on
Saturday night "High Jinks" proved a thoroughly successful ami
most popular devent. The boys
turned out in full force and hugely
enjoyed themselves. The management had arranged affairs under
direction of  Mr. J.  RoCfig  fur a
song   and   musical   programme
WMCh w;iscarried out with splendid
swing, antl the entertainment took
lhe form of a regular "free and
easy" group of friends forming
circles   here   and    there   in    the
thronged gymnasium and enjoying
themselves to the limit.
The gymnasium w.is brightly
decorated �� feature being the
huge colored programme upon the
wall.    This programme contained
some   Intersnng  names  of   per��
formers, but was itself a huge
joke. Sunn* of those whose names
stared   them   in   the   face   ;is   rnn-
��� nbutors nl sunn of speech had
surprise    of    iluii    lives    on
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, Oct. 23���The Government today appointed J. M. McDougall, of Hull, to fill thc vacancy on the Supreme Court bench
made vacant by the death of
Justice Champagne.
An Honest Finder
Mr. P. J. Farrell came into the
News office on Saturday afternoon
with a check he had picked up
on the street. It proved to
Ih* a boy's wage check, and the
News managed to locate the loser
without recourse to a Lost and
Found ad.
Live Ball Game Tonight    Regular World's Championship
A live revival of the enthusiasm
for indoor baseball takes place
[tonight at the Auditorium. Two
teams composed of picked men
from the teams of the league and
named the Giants and Phillies
will meet tonight to settle the
worlds championship as far as
they are concerned in Prince Rupert. Since rain has iifterfered
so much with the settling of this
great event in thc East it has been
decided (so they say) to hold the
contest in Prince Rupert "where
il never���well, hardly ever���rains"
A live bunch of the red-bloods
of Prince Rupert will attend thc
game tonight.
SLOAN SUIT CLUB
School Board to Meet
A meeting of the School Board
t-.il!   be  held  on   Friday  next at
3.30 p.m. in ihe police court room.
Mr. J. M. Alexander is regi. icrcd
SS a guest at the Premier Hotel.
He  records his home addrt ss as
Ecdefechan���being careful to in
elude also Scotland in L.ackels.
Mr.   ami   M*
south today by
.   English   went
ne Prince George.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Cuthbert went
below this morning by the George.
A. Fortier was a passenger by
the Prince George for Vancouver
today.
Miss Sawle was amongst the
passengers by lhe Prince George
south this morning.
the
H. S. Clements. M. P., and Mr.
Sprotile, his secretary, booked for
Vancouver by lhe George today.
Saturday Night's Winners
Club   12���Julius Levy.
"      13���Fred Reworih.
"      14���W. L. Barker.
"       15���H. Hamblin.
"      10���R. A. Stalker.
17���W. Hayner.
William Godson, of the Provincial Police Force, arrived on
Saturday from Vancouver where
he has been a wirncss in provincial
criminal cases.
r
Wanted
Stenc��rai)herlVV��nted-Ap|)ly Box 1631 tf
Witntit!---A Rood smurt boy for provision itore.
Apply at onco Ideal Frovltlon Huute.        _Xi-tf
Wanted Nuralnjr. Obatcctrici a spcclulty.
Residence >2\> Third Ave.    I'hone vm Ked. tf
Wanted. ��� Cleaning and preislntr. alteration!
and repairing for men and women. Dreainiakinir
railed for and delivered. Mr*- Churlei IVrrh.-r,
820 Third Ave.   Phone 294 Ked. tf
Wanted girl for general homework. Small family. Apply to Mra. N. F. Helmer. Cth Ave. and
McBride St.   Telephone 257. 240-242
Wanted���All kinds of embroidery worked at moderate prices. Send your own pieces and have
them worked. Mra. W. K. Wllllscroft, Big Bay
P.O. 238-240
Wanted���Two young men to board and room In
private boarding house. J.in a month. Apply
at box S., Dally Newa. 241-tf
Scotch lady would like situation as housekeeper
or any position of trust. Thoroughly capable.
Apply box !>.. Dally News. 241-244
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j       Lost
4" ~fci'"*t" ************
and Found
KOUND-2 Small Keys.   Inquireat News OiTlce.
226-tf
Lott���Ladlea' watch in bracelet,
turning to Newa ofllce.
Reward bv re-
tf
Kxchanged   hy   mistake-" Currie'
ly   "
Re-exchange can be affect
Waterproof
Coat for one exactly similar but with plumb
bob in the pocket,
ed at News Ofllce.
n *���***���  11**^ 11*^ ���!*->��������������   IIXIl'NII^IIWlll^ll   *********
Real Estate j
l.H.     I.   IIS, ,1^11.illS   II.   IIS   11.   II  *
Will buy Iota In Prince Rupert at bar-rain prices
for rash.   Apply P. O.  Box 8��0 statin it location.
price, etc.
L .---_..-_--..-_.-_-_..-_-_..->-_.+
Business Chances      i
im i��*i  ii 1.1... mm ns ity
GENERAL. STOREKEEPER WANTED
he moment is opportune and the future assured.
Mainly cash, but If with capital to carry settlers,
til) Spring in some cases, almost a monopoly of
a larire tributary territory can be secured. Beat
corner lot $160 to build, or atore would be erect-
esd and rented. Post ofllce will be secured. Address Immediately P.O. Box 2, Prince Rupert.
241-247
CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Agents
Order* promptly lilled.   Price* reaeonable.
OFFICE-H. B. Rochester. Centre St.    Phon* I
PONY EXPRESS
BVHTKMATIC MERCHANTS' OKUVKRY SERVICE
For
MUSICIANS' FEDERATION
Prince Rupert Now Has Organised Branch Established
by Charter.
Sixty first class and as many
deck passengers went below by
the George this morning.
J. M. Christie
Commerce, was
ilu* Prince George Saturday!
of the Bank of
'.   passenger   by
Miss Unwin, of the City Hall
Staff, has left for her holiday.
She travelled south  this morning
George,
. bv th
entering the hall.   A liberal refreshment service ensured the coin
plete satisfaction ,,f the assembly!with thePAmRu^MrpMtm,|off with"a nd... n,,,, ,,i n���- ��,���i.,i
and  the  fun   did  not  cease  until  arrived by the r.,*n.K,. on Saturday  day; f.lI-^ W ��^e hSnTSS
midnight.
W. sibbaid, an Important man
the Prince Ri
;d by the (.et
| from a trip below
The official charter of the Prince
Rupert Branch of the Musicians'
Federation of Labor was received
on Saturday by F. Stephens, secretary, and the federation branch
Will now take active life in the
city. The number of musicians
in Prince Rupert is on the increase,
and as there is a great demand
for their services, the necessity
for the establishment of the union
on a firm basis became apparent,
and steps were taken to have
the charter prepared at headquarters, and forwarded.
The office of C. H. Handasyde,
Jr., manufacturer's agent, will
be closed until Nov. 1st, while
Mr. Handasyde is south on business.
Repentant One Pays
One repentant convivialisl whose
name (he News prefers considerately to forget paid a fine of $7
and costs this morning.
Carpenters   at    Prince   Albert,
Sask., have organized and started
I an increase of five cents an hour.
Ilaintage, Storage anel  Forwarding Agents.
Ilia's or Motor Car day or night
Seventh Ave. and Fulton
Phone 301
NOTICE
On and after October 27th I will again ihave
charge of the Shoe Repairing Shop on Sac.,,,,I
avenue lietween Seventh and Eighth streets,
occupied for some lime by I.udwic Strubtc. I
will be pleased to see all my old customers and
trif-nds, or any new ones thai leelf like giving
my work a trial.
1 will as In the past three and a half yoars -
have been in business in Prince Rupert, try to
give satisfaction-
Nothing but the best materials will be used and
reasonable prices charged.
JOHN CURRIE 6t
NOTICE
Auction   Sal*
NOTICE is hereby given that Jame* Haggerly,
has retaken possession ot Lot Seventeen (17),
Block Twenty-tour (24). Section One (1), Townsite
of Prince Rupert, uneler and by virtue of powers
contained in lease from him to James Donahue,
Arthur Murray and John Armstrong.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that the
said James Haggerly will sell by public auction
the buildings erected by the l-esaee* upon the
ssiel premises, said sale lo be held at Princ* Rupert,
ll C, on Ihe lirsi day of November, A. D��� IHU.
nt three o'clock in the afternoon upon the aforesaid
r remises.
01 JAMES  HAOOBRTY.
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FRED. STORK f
-General Hardware��� 1
  I
Builders' Hardware [
Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves  T
Graniteware       Tinware ��-
SECOND
-�� ******* �� -,
AVENUE
FEED STORE
We carry everything In the feed line, also garden seeds at the lowest market prices, at Collart's
olg Feed Store, Market Place
PONY EXPRESS
Prompt Delivery Phones 41 or 301
LOTS FOR SALE
One lot, Block 5, Section 1, Beach
Place. Price $2100, ��1000 cash
balance 0-12 months.
One lot, Block 17, Section 1,
First Avenue. Price $2500,
$1000 cash, balance 0, 12, and
18 months.
Two lots, Block 29, Section 1
Park Avenue. Price $5000, one-
fourth cash, balance 6-12-18
months.
One lot, Block 20, Section 5, line
view with two fronts, Sixth
Avenue and Seventh Avenue
Pricc $1305, $800 cash, balance
easy.
One lot, Block 9, Section 5, Sixth
Avenue. Price $1525, $705 cash
balance G-12-18 months.
One lot, Block 0, Section 5, Fifth
Avenue. Price $1500, $300 cash,
balance 3-6-12 months.
Two lots, Block 22, Section 7
Sixth Avenue, Price $600, one-
half cash, balance $25 per month
One lot, Block 15, Section 7, two
fronts, Sixth Avenue and Hays
Cove, with house 32 x 20.
Price $2625.
One half of lot 13, Block 10
Section 7, fronting Ninth Ave*
nue. Price $400, $200 cash,
balance $25 per month.
Lots 19-20, Biock 4, Section 8,
corner Ninth Avenue. Price
$800, one-fourth cash, balance
6-12-18 month.
Lots 9-10, Block 16, Section 8,
Tenth Avenue. Price $250 each,
one-third    cash,    balance    3-6
months.
FOR LEASE
75 x  100 feet on Third Avenue.
Level.   Good lease.
Stores on Second Avenue.
LOTS IN
$10   down
buys a lot
NEW HAZELTON
ind   $10   per   month
now.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
...FORWENT...
6-room  House on 8tli Ave., Bcction 5.
Partly furnished, $22 a month
...FOR_SALE...
Lots 8 and 9,  block 34, Bee. 8, $600.
Easy cash and terms
Lot 19, block 26, sec. 5.    Easy terms.
Lot 22, block 24, sec. 5, $800.
Lot 17, block 49, sec. 7, $360.   $50 cash
and $26 per month.
Fire, Life, Accident and Liability Insurance
JOHN DYBHAVN
Pattullo Block.
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BOYS!
START IN BUSINESS
Sell the Dally News.
It's the easiest and quick-
eat way of euining money
of your own.     Apply at
THE     NEWS     OFFICE
,���*���**,MS-"Ml  ,
Cdmforters
The snow is crawling down the mountains to remind ua
of cold winter. We have opened five bales of comfort,
era and have put them on sale at tlio low price of $1 26
and $2.00. We also have them from $1 to the $iti Eid! .���'
down, also blankets and bedding in large quantities   *
THE BIG FURNITURE STORE
-:   WHERE   WE   SELL   :-
EVERYTHING   FOR   HOUSEKEEPING
Here Are Some of Our Wares:
Armchairs, Rockers, Sanitary Couches,  Davenports,  Bed Lounge* ami
Rattan Goods; Chiffoniers, Dressers and all kinds of Cast* Uoodj
Iron  and Brass  Beds,  Baby Buggies.
Linoleums at all prices. Twenty-five patterns to choose from.
Carpets, Rugs, Portiers, Tapestry and Luce Curtalni
and all kinds of Curtain  Materials.
For   the    St��vest  Hotel White, Granite and Vitrified Ware, Tea-
Vt-  U P018'    Beaiipots,    Buttercrocks,    Jugs,    Filters  mul a
NitCtien    complete line of Enamel  Ware.
Dining Room    Furniture of all kinds.      Cutlery,   French and
English China  in sets or by  the piece.
Miscellan- Bedding, Blankets, Comforts, the famous t)-.i,-r,n.������
r*      J Msllmi. Framed Mirrors and Mirrornlate fur frum*
eous UOOU8 ing, 36x48 down; Jardiniers, Vases, Bar Class,.- ,,f
every description, Lamps,   Lamp  Chimneys,   Baskets  of ull  kiink
F. W. HART
2nd Ave. and 6th St.
Phone 62
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The Graham Island Oil Fields, Limited
CAPITAL STOCK $1,000,000
We are oftcring for sale a very limited
amount of shares of stock at 26c per share;
par value $1.00. These shares are going
quickly and will soon be off the market    :   :
THE MACK REALTY & INSURANCE COMPANY
; SELLING AGENTS
4V4 4 44 444444M4 44 444 444444444444444444444444444444>
..Liltl.'s News Stand..
A ship load consigned by H. Williams
of Vancouver, to be sold on commission
$6.50 to $7.00
A. C. LITTLE
.Centre Street.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Sk.s-n-1 Und District���Dislrict ol Coast llsn*-,* 6
Tsk,- nollco that 1, Gordon C Emmrraon ol
Princ Huport, B. C, oceupatlon neat -Mat*
broker, intond to apply tor pot-mission lo purchaao the lollowlng described lands:
Commencini at a pott plantod aboul 2 3-4
miles in a northortv diroclion Irom the northeast
corner posl of Ut 1389. Katn*. 5, Coaat Diatrict,
thenn* north 40 chains, thanca strait lo river
bank, thence south following river bank lo point
ot commencement; containing 160 acrea, more or
leas.
Dated Sept. 9, 1911.  GORDON C. EMMKKSON
Pub. Oct. 14.
Skenna Land Ilulrlrl    Iil.trirt ol Coaat Rang* V
Tako nollea that I, llanjamin A. Fish ol Towner,
N.   I,.,  occupation  morchant,   Iniond  to apply
lor permiaalon lo purchaae lha following deacribed
Commeneing at a poet planted on tha east
boundary and about five ehalna from tha aoutheaat corner of Lot 4484, thenoe north 60 chains,
thence east 30 chains, thenee aouth 60 chains,
Ihence wost 30 chains lo point of commencement
Dated June 24, 1911. BENJAMIN A. FISH
Pub. July 26. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
Skeena Land DIslrict-District ot Cosst Range 0
Take nolico that llirlam Hoy McTavish ot
Wlnnlim!. Man., occupation barrister, Intends
to apply for permission to purchaso the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planled at the southwest
corner 40 chaina east and 40 chains north from
N. h cornor of Lot 1116, Harvey'a Survey Coast
District Itange 6, thonce 60 chains east, thence
W) chsins north, thenoe 60 chaina west, thence 60
chains south to post of commencement containing
���I'rd acres more or less.
DatedSept. 18, 1911 HIRIAM ROY McTAVlSH
Pub. Sepl. 28. Fred W. Bohler. Agent
Skeena Und District���Di-trict of Coast Range 6
Take notico that Lottie McTavish of Vancouver
occupstlon   married   woman,   Intends   to   apply
lor permission to purchsae the lollowlng described
Commencing at a post planled at the north-
MM eorner 1ml chains east and 20 chains north
from N. L. corner ol 1/it lllo, Harvey'a Survey
Coast District IUnge 8, thenco 20 chaina south,
thenco 80 cha na east, thence 80 chains north
thence 40 chains wesl, thence 60 chains south
thence 40 chaini weat lo post ol commencement
dontalnlng 400 acrea more or leea.
.nir'LS?l*;s18'11"1' U1TTIE McTAVlSH
Pub. Sept. 23 Krej w. D-h|-ri A___t
Skeen. Und Dlstrict-Dlstrl-t of Cos.t R,������ 5
III"k," n0Ur��� lh" Ullo)r  *'���  0r*"" ��* BR!
lo Z lv tor nnrlTT11?" "*"' **"��lne��. inteml,
.ic-Xn.^:     on t0 purch*" ***** -WwS
Commencing at a poet planted about 3 1-2 milea
In a northerly ellrecllon (rom the northeast ceVrner
SS   ,     if"'  1*3* *"'**  l'1  "bKln-i. Ihence
SSL "J ���*nk."' '*,*"< I*""' *<*<"* foDmtai
*&��.*tV*m* MiH of commencemenl:   eon*
talnine inn acres, more or Iras
DatedSept. t, 1911. LKHOY   F   OIIAMT
Pub. Oct. 14. Gordon ffBJ.ft.g^gS
Skeena Land District-District of Coa.l Bens, r.
Take nolice that 1. Christopher fum SffiJ
Commencing at a post olanted at the ,���,������,.
west corner of Lot No. f738 vicinllvol.il,.
Urn***   and    marked    Christopher    I.   \\jSj
CHRISTOPHER JAS,  ORAIIAM   I.,..,
Dated S.pt.22. ,9... ���i,SSlV^-JS^,,
Pub. Sept. 80.
COAL   NOTICE
Skeena Und DMriet-Dtslriet el Uuren IhsiMl
lalands
Take notice that Auatin M. Brosn ri W_
Rupert, aaddler. Intenda to applv to tis. I ���
Commiasioner ol Unda and Words M * ******
lo proapect tor eoeJ. oil and petrol, *** M_.**_
under the lollowlng deacribed land, m x*s *m
Coaat of Graham I.land;
Commencing at a poet planted thrve miwiei
of the northeaat cornar of C. L. No. Ma* x*****
aouth 80 chaina, thenee 80 chains or*.:, xsmm 1
chaina north, tbenee 80 ehalna ea.t '������ l-M *
commencement. .,  .     . .
AUSTIN M. BROWN, ten"*
Located Auguat let. 1(11.
Pub. Aug. ill
Skeena Und Diatrict���Diatrict ot Queen f kails*
lelsmls
Take notice that Auatin M. Bre��ir el Ins"
Rupert, B. C, occupaUon aaddler. ,M<ii* ��
apply to the Chief Commiasioner ������! ! ��� :' '*
Works tor a licence to proapect tor nil ���****.
petroleum on end under the lolloe,, c l���rt"-'
landa on the Wast Coeal of Graham I
Commendng at a poet planled Ihree ���*'���__
ot the northeaat corner of C. L. No. 11 ��� I
80 chains aoulh, thenn 80 chain, eel
chaina north, tbence 80 chaini wesl l�� 1 -',�� "
commencement. .....  ,,__*
Al'STIN M. BROWN, Lot*"
lisle nl Location 31it July, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeena Und Diatrict���District of Que>en til***'
Islsnds __^
Take notice that Austin M. Bro��*i ' "������"
Rupert, occupation aeddler, Inlend. le *f*gZ
the Chiel Commissioner of Unds sn,l "!'" "
a licence to prospect lor coel. oil and |-' * -' \*
and under the lollowlng described Ian
Weet Coast ot Graham Island:
Commencing at a poet iilanled JjWJ
of the northeast
80 chaina west, t	
chaina oast, thence 80 chains soulh
commencement. __ .,,.,.   ,.,,.,
AUSTIN M. BROWN. I****"*
Locate.! August Iat, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 1*.
Skeena Und Diatrict-Dlatrlcl of Quo , CI.��*-*��
Islanda
Take notice that Auatin M. Ilrown
Rupert, occupation aaddler, intends In sj'Pi)
the Chief Commieaioner of Unds ml 1 *'M__
licence to proapeet tor coal, oll anel pi "' lb,
and under Ihe follownlg deacribed Isnds on >-
Weet Coaat ot Graham Island: ,    m*
Commencing at a PMt .Pl""-**dT_hr*t.";,' ThenU
of Ihe southeast eorner of C. U No. It" JJJJJ
north 80 chains, thenee eaat M[*****', *''', d
aouth 80 chalm, thenee weit 80 chains lo point
commpnccm#nt. .   -��� ������_��������   i   *������* ���
AUSTIN M. BROW N, *****"
laoeated August let, 1911.
Pub. Aug. II.
The James SSS
Nicely furnished rooma. Good table Mnj
Board ��4.7S        Room and Board $7.0"
:���>
ig at a post planted three     ���*��� ���;
aut corner of C. L. No. 41.. ******
it, thence 80 chains n���:"
thenco 80 chains south lo pel"
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TRY THE "NEWS" WANT AP-
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Twenty-four hourB ending5 a.m.,
Oct. 24
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Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
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Prince Rupert, B.C.. Tuesday, October 24. 1911.
Price Five Cents
PUD
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HA A FEW Hi
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t T. CONGDON DEFEATED
IN THE YUKON ELECTION
)r. Thompson, His Old Opponent, Gets in by Over Four
Hundred Majority���Change of Government
Had Evidently Affected the Result
Mr. Congdon's Record
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Dawson, Oct. 24.���Thompson
iv.is elected over Congdon at toll.iv's Federal election hy a nia-
jority of four hundred. There
ire nine small polls to hear from.
I'lit- figures so far are Thompson
1128, Congdon 730.
)r. Albert Thompson, the vic-
(tir, is a brother of Mr. James
���1.  Thompson  of  the  Thompson
Hardware Company of this city.
[Mr.    Thompson    was   naturally
.leased to hear of his brother's
Success, when informed by the
News this morning.
Mr. Congdon has been member
for thc Yukon since 1908. He
resigned his office as Commissioner
of Yukon Territory in 1904 to
contest his seat but was defeated
on lhat occasion by Dr. Thompson.
In the 1908 election he was returned by large majorities. Prior
to the change of Government it
had been practically settled to
return him liy acclamation this
time. The change of Government
has evidently decided the Yukon
flection.
HIS   SON    DROWNED
(Tragic Drowning Accident in
Family of Captain Sears of
the Iroquois.
11 '.ni.nli.in Press Despatch]
Sidney,   Oct.   24.���At   Sidney
last  night Albert Sears,  the  ten
���ear old son of Captain Sears, fell
[ol the wharf antl wad drowned.
Captain Scars will be remembered as lite master of thc ill
i.t led steamer Iroquois which perish
ktl with great loss of life off Sidney
ll.irbor early in the summer.
WOODWORTH TENDERS
.ih Tenders Called for Thursday. Old Ones Returned Unopened.   Easier Conditions.
New   tenders   for   Woodwortil
I Lake clearing under easier specifications are called for Thursday,
26th inst., at G p.m. The old
tenders in last night have been
relumed unopened. "Sixty days
after the trail is completed," is
the new time limit, and reasonable
allowance will Ik- made for snow.
No work can be accepted while
snow is still on the ground. This
Wiis decided at a late hour last
night by the city council.
OFF AFTER COAL
Launch Phippen Takes Provisions of Party to Stewart
Island.
Yesterday afternoon the launch
Phippen left loaded down with
the outfit of the Messrs. Green, of
New York, who are making for
Stewart Island to prospect for
coal on Graham I l.i ml . The
launch towed a scow laden with
provisions and other supplies. The
Messrs. Green followed on the
British Empire.
CITY COUNCIL REAFFIRMED
THE REDUCED WAGE SCALE
One Alderman Showed a Disposition to Wriggle in the
Presence of the Workingmen, But Was Chided
by His Colleagues for It
The efforts of certain aldermen
to clear iheinselves in the eyes of
lhe workinginen voters from the
charge of having agreed to a 37 1-2
cents per hour rate on the Wood-
Worth l-akc scheme, provided much
amusement **\ m** city council
last night. Finally thc council reaffirmed its decision to have the
rate 37  1-2 cents.
The incident arose over a letter
received by the council from Mr.
A.   ('..   Morse,   secretary   of   the
I. W. W., communicating the
resolution passed by the men at
iheir meeting in the Majestic
Theatre on Sunday night. The
resolution protestetl against the
wjige rate of the city being reduced to 37 1-2 cents per hour
on the waterworks when the city
wage Kale iw.ts understood to
be 45 cents per hour.
Alderman Clayton moved that
it be received and filed, but
found no seconder. Alderman New
toil then rose lo explain thai lhe
reason for the reduction of the
rate of wages was because tilt-
work was likely to be done by
transient labor, not by citizen
workers. It was deemed wise,
he said, to reduce the scale to
37 1-2 cents per hour, ralher than
place the 45 cent burden on the
general citizens when the n'"���
was done by transient labor. 'I here
was no intent on the part of the
council to go back upon *)***
position taken up at the beginning
of this year.    Aldennan  Newton
disputed this in direct repty Y��
something said bv a speaker at
the Majestic Theatre meeting.
To avoid risk of serious lawsuits
the 45 cent rate had *">* ���*-**��
recorded in the minutes but llic
COUndl had paid as far as possible
thc 45 cent rale t<> citizen worki-i**..
lie maintained that he MfflSfe"
and the council Ittd not gone
back on their pledges made a
the beginning of ll>'' ***** "��
denied lhal  he made promises tn
public or sneaked round behind
them on the quiet as had been
Insinuated by the speaker at the
I. W. W. meeting.
Aldennan Kerr disagreed with
Alderman .Newion, and declared
that he for one had not voted for
the 37  1-2 rate.
Alderman Douglas also took
exception   to   Alderman   Newton
and challenged anyone in the city
lo say that he had not opposed
the 37- 12 cent rale. He had
moved 45 cents be the rale antl
thought that days labor should
Ik- the system at Woodworth
Lake but had found no seconder.
To   hear   Alderman    Kerr   say
that he had not sanctioned the
decrease in rate surprised Alderman Clayton. He maintained ihat
Aldennan Kerr had known very
well what he was doing hist
Monday night. He said Alderman
Kerr was only Changing hi tunc
now he was he wanted to make a
good fellow of himself to the
workmen in the hall. Alderman
Clayton declared ihat the effort
of the council had been lo have
the thing a business proposition
;ill through, and the 37 1-2 cent
arte was the most business like
rate they could see. It seemed
absurd to think of doing the
work by days labor at 45 cents
per hour. Rights of business men
and property holders should be
protected as well as those of the
workers.
Alderman Douglas called on
the City Clerk to prove that he
had mad ��� a motkm for the 45
cent rate but got no seconder.
Alderman Hilditch pointed out
thiit the city's minimum rale of
wages had always been ��� 37 1-2
cents per hour and lhat no change
had   been   made.     He  moved  an
amendment to the original motion
lhat the City Clerk be instructed
io   write   the   secretary   of   the
I.   W.   W.   to   Ihis   effect.     The
amendment   carried --Alderman
Douglas dissenting-
GUN ACCIDENTS
AT VICTORIA
A. L. Partington and Charles
Watkin Receive Serious Injuries While out Duck Shooting.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Victoria, Oct. 24.���Two serious
gunning accidents marked the day's
duck shooting near here yesterday.
A. L. Partington received a wound
in his side when a loaded gun
lying cocked in the bottom of
his boat exploded.
Charles Watkin had his arm
shattered so badly that it had to
be amputated whei he pulled the
gun to him by the muzzle. Partington has an even chance of
recovery.
ALDERMANIC   AMENITIES
Aid. Clayton Resents the Very
Name of Newton Applied to
Him in Mistake.
Alderman Hilditch referred to
Altlernian Clayton by mistake last
night as "Aldennan Newton."
"No, No!" said Alderman Clayton, "not by a long sight!"
"I beg your pardon,���Alderman
Newton," saitl Alderman Hilditch,
bowing graciously to the alderman
on his left and ignoring Alderman
Clayton on his right. They were
scrapping about the cost of the
cemetery road.
Coals for fhimlrcn���big range.���
Wallace's. 2t
X It �� X It X It it it it �� ��
PHILADELPHIA WINS
FOR THIRD TIME
(Canadian Press Despatch
Phi'adelphia, Oct. 24
���Before a big crowd the
Athletics won the fourth
match of the world's base
ball series by 4-2.
The score was Philadelphia 4 runs, 11 hits 1
error.
New York 2 runs, 7 hits
3 errors.
XXKXXKMKXXXK
HE CAN'T ADMIT
LADY BARRISTER
Laws of British Columbia Make
Legal Profession the Monopoly of Men.
TRADE STILL GROWS
(Canadian Press Despatch)
New Westminster, Oct. 24.���
Justice Morrison this morning decided that a lad> barrister who
applied i" him for an order that
the  Benchers'  refusal to admit
her to pr.ielice be over-ruled could
not be granted as the laws of
British Columbia do not recognize
lathes as lawyers.
STILL  TOO WET
Canada's Trade Increases Over: Does It Never Stop Raining in
a  Million  a  Month   During;     Philadelphia    World's Series
Last Six Months.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, Oct. 24.���Canada's
trade in September was SlMI.8li8.-l29
as against 164,459,495 in September 1910. For ihe six months
ending September 1010 the total
trade was 1400,270,855 as against
$300,277,270 in 1910.
BROKE SWIMMING RECORD
J. McNeill, of Victoria, Swam
Half Mile in 14 Mins. 17 Sees.
Victoria, Oct. 24.���The Canadian half mile-swimming record
was broken here hist night by J.
McNeill of this city. His time*
was 14 minutes 17 seconds. The
feat occurred in the half mile
race at the Y. M. C. A. swimming
meet.
Still Held Up.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Philadelphia, Oct. 24.���The athletic grounds are too wet today
to permit playing the baseball
championship of the world series.
GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER
Ninety Year Old Man is Found
Guilty of Crime at New Westminster.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
New Westminster, Oct. 24.���
Charged with murdering Levi McCutcheon in a shack on Hastings
townsite during a drunken orgie,
a nonagenarian named Channel,
a veteran of the American civil
war, was today found guilty of
manslaughter.
BURIED ALIVE IN A MOD SLIDE
Terrible Fate Overtakes Two Italian Laborers at Kitselas Tunnel
in Early Hours of the Morning
D. C0LLATI AND ALBERT CERC1 THE VICTIMS
Men Were at Work in the Dark Tunnel When a Mass of Mountain Mud Broke in
and Buried Them Alive���Will Probably Take Three Days to Dig the Bodies
Out���Accident Occurred on McDougall's Contract
CHINA IS PREPARING FOR
BIG NATIONAL UPRISING
News Has Now Leaked Out Over the Country that the
Rebels Administered a Crushing Defeat to
the Imperial Troopsjat Hankow
(Canadian 1'ress Despatch)
Pekin, Oct. 24��� There is no
longer any doubt but tluit the
rebels administered a crushing defeat to the Imperial troops near
Hankow, antl thai the effect of
il will be to greenly aid the rebel
movement in the Chinese provinces
Rumors iire persistent thai a
great rising is planned to take
place during the nexi few days
in the vicinity of the capital.
The diplomatic corps has discussed the advisability of maintaining the communication open
between  lYkin and Tientsin  for
purposes of retreat.
Reports received today indicate
that the rebels delivered a crushing
blow to ihe loyalists near Hankow.
CONSERVATIVE  CONVENTION
Will be Held in Vancouver on
November 24th and 25th
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, Oct. 24.���The Conservatives have fixed November
24 and 25 as the date of the
provincial convention.
BALL   GAME   LAST   NIGHT
Phillies Put it over Giants after
Lively Scrap. Great Enthusiasm.
KINGSWAY CLEARS
After supplying substitutes to
handle the vessel in  their places
the crew of the trawler Kingsway
who declared the vessel unsea-
worihy  yesterday were  paid off,
and the boat put to sea without
alteration of deck cargo.
Wildest enthusiasm prevailed at
the ball game at the Auditorium
last nighl when the Phillies managed lo beat lhe Giants by 23-21. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
There  were  sensational   plays CALL  TO  CHRISTIAN   MEN
on both sides, and a big audience I 	
gave lhe game a gtci reception.
Umpires Sloan and Blake did i
good work.
Next game i- planned for Thursday night, anil will be a hoi one.
Are Needed in the Battle-line of
the Men's World Missionary
Movement.
Commission vt. Council
In the Presbyterian Church Hall
On Wednesday evening there will
Ik* a lively o|h-ii debate on Coin-
mission Government versus Municipal Council. Some of the licsi
speakers in  Rup.-ii  will lead the
��11-�� n~*-i'iii   nil   both   sides,   anil   .ill
Interested are cordially invited.
(Canadian l'ress Despatch)
Vancouver, Oct. 24. ���A vigorous
appeal to all Christian men to get
into the battle-line of the Men's
Missionary Movement was sounded iit the convention yesterday.
Stirring addresses were delivered
by many prominent speakers
.iniiing them being Sir Amtlrew
Fraser.
TWO BANK CLERKS ARRESTED
WHOLE STAFF SUSPENDED
Smothered in the darkness of
curly morning by tons of mud
which slid from ihe mountain side
into the tunnel eul in which they
were working, two Italians have
lost their lives. The accident
happened at the West Portal of
the tunnel under construction by
Contractor MacDougall on tin*
Grand Trunk Pacific at Mile 103.
The names of the dead men are
D. Collati, teamster, antl Albert
Cerei, mucker.    They were killed
aboui 5.30 ,'.m., yesterday, and
it will take about three,days to
recover the bodies. The fatality
was purely accidental, the mudslide being practically impossible
to guard against.
Police  Informed
Information Was wired to Provincial Police Chief Owens yesterday afternoon thai an accident
had occurred  through a mudslide
al the west end of MacDougall's
tunnel con t met, antl the coroner
al Hazelton has been informed
of the circumstances. Mr. Mca-
Dougall, the contractor, is at
present on lhe job, and the wire
sent from Kitselas tlitl not furnish
full particulars of the occurrence.
A wire was also received at Messrs.
Foley, Welch & Stewart's office
informing ihem of the occurrence.
As the tunnel has not yet been
handed over to the railway pom-
pan) this work is without the
province of (icncral Superintendent
Mehan, nevertheless Mr. Mehan
who has accurate personal knowledge of the various contracts
advancing the work, was able
iii suggest the probable circumstances of ilu* accident, from his
knowledge of the ground. The
west portal of the tunnel is approached by a steam shovel ex
cavated cut through the mountain
side lo reach the rock (ace.   Thc
rock was reached some time ago,
and tunnelling has been carried
on for some 300 or 300 yards in.
Hut at the entrance to the west
portal where the steam shovel
dug through the soft mountain
surface until rock was reached
there was llu* possibility that a
slide might occur, the raw mountain and m ��� is I muskeg slipping
into the cut. This is what General
Superintendent Mehan surmises
must have happened,   The men
were probably doing their work
hauling out excavated material
from llu- tunnel boring further in,
when he mass of mud slid in the
darkness over the edge of tho cut
completely burying them. A
strong force of men is now engaged
in clearing away the fall to reach
the bodies.
Drastic Action Follows the
Winnipeg Bank���Audit
$5,000 Was Short
Winnipeg, Ocl. 24.���A sensation
has lieen caused in Winnipeg banking circles by lhe arrest hist night
of tWO clerks of the I'nion Bank.
The arrested men are John  K.
McLeod, ilu- ledger-keeper, and
Gordon   T.   Nnglc,   the   idler  of
lhe Selkirk Avenue branch of llic
Union Bank.
I )n Friday morning at one o'clock
Discovery of a  Fire in  a
Showed That a Sum of
in Bank's Funds
,i --ni.ill lire was discovered in the
bank. An investigation showed
it lo be in two places, and thiit thc
books of the bank  were  burning.
Aii audit on Saturday and today
showed ii shortage of live thousand
dollars.
The entire staff is sus|>cndcd
and the two arrests have been
made.
WILL CALL NEW TENDERS FOR CLEARING
Timber Cruisers Employed by Council Report That Very Little of the Woodworth
Lake Timber is Worth Saving���Not Enough Cedar to Build the Pipe
Tenders for the clearing of the
shores of Woodworth Lake were
not opened at last night's council
meeting but were relumed unopened to the bidders because Unreport of the limber cruisers employed to estimate the amount of
useful timber in the area to be
cleared has resulted Unfavorably.
They say that only some 75,000
feet board measure of the valuable
yellow cellar exists there fit for
the purpose intended, viz., to make
staves for the stave-pipe. There
is any amount of spruce for the
dam building, and the construction    of    the    power   stalion    al
Shawatlans Lake, but the search)
of yellow cedar makes the logging
included in lhe specifications unnecessary.
Altlernian Hilditch expresseil the
alteration  in  lhe specifications as
follows:  "Bum everything except
what   \ellow  cedar  there is,  antl
enough spruce to build the dam,
This limber will be marked. Everything  else  is  to  be   burned,  antl
cost* cutting changed from  two
feet lo four feet above ground."
Some discussion followed regarding the relative cost of building
slave-pipe on the job or ordering
it from elsewhere. Someone had
been telling Alderman Newion
thai il would be about fifty
per cent   cheaper for  the city  to
buy i lu- pipe.  Alderman Hilditch
said the Georgetown Mills people
had been trying lo tell him the
same tiling Imi ihey had failed
to convince him.   He gave rough
estimates showing the figures very
much in l.'vor of the city's doing
the pipe building, and also reminded Alderman  Ntwton of the
almost Indefinite lifetime of yellow
cetlar stavc-pi|M- as compared lo
the twenty year life of the retl
pine offered by the other method.
The sum of $28 per thousand he
calculated would manufacture the
staves on the spot outside of iron.
It would cost at least ?1K per
thousand to Import the material.
The Mayor suggested delay until
the comparative cost of city built
and imported stave pipe had been
ascteriancd. Colonel Davis recommended lhat the new lenders for
the clearing be Opened on Wetl
nesday 25th.
NEW    CEMETERY    ROAD
Aid. Clayton s Request for Dynamite for Destruction of
Nobs Precipitates a Quarrel.
Alderman Clayton though) that
a cert;.in nob over which the new
cemetery road is crawling ought
to be shot off to save the nr.ulc.
Alderman Hilditch explained that
the reason the nob was nol  shot
off WSJ because the cemetery road
was being done on  tin* cheap.
They had not the money t"
shoot off the Itobs or all would
be shot off. The road was being
built of oltl Section I planking
and if Alderman Clayton didn't
like il he could do the other thing.
This incensed Alderman Clayton
who angrily declared that if Alderman Hilditch though he was
hat sort of man, he would very
soon   find   out   who   he   was   tip
against.
"Oh, I know very well the sort
of man I've got to deal with,"
siiecrcd Alderman Hilditch quite
Unperturbed by Alderman Clayton's darkening brows and savage
expression.      The   Mayoi    hastily
changed tile subject to make peace.
The bakers' union of Sa" Fran-1
cisco has established a co-operative
bakery   where   French   bread   is
baked  by  union  workmen  under
union conditions.
HON. MINISTERS
EXCHANGE JOBS
Winston Churchill Becomes
Lord of the Admiralty and
Mr. McKenna, Home Secretary of Great Britain.
(Canadian Press Despatch;
London, Ocl. 24.-  An interesting
exchange  of  portfolios  has  taken
place in   the  British  Cabinet.     It
is announced today thai Mr. Wins-
ion Churchill will vacate the Home
Secretaryship    to    become    First
Lord of the Admiralty, while
Mi. Reginald McKenna, the First
Lord of the Admiralty, will become Home Secretary.
VICTIMS  OF   PANDERS
Fifteen Hundred Canadian
Girls Disappear Each Year,
Says Speaker.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Shcrbrooke,   Oct.   24.���At   till
annual meeting of the Dominion
W. C. T. U. which is being held
here llu* Statement was made lhat
fifteen hundred Canadian girls disappear annually and become victims of the While Slave traffic.
The   American   cities   with   their
["open" policy is blamed for most
| of the sorrow.
Pantorium l'loneer Cleaners, Phone 4.
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Tuesday. Oct. 24
WANTED   A NIGHT SCHOOL FOR ADULTS
Now that the days are growing shorter and the evenings longer,
a good opportunity presents itself for the School Board to arrange
to open a night school for adults. There are scores of young and
middle agetl men in Prince Ruperl who would be glad to take advantage
of this means of helping themselves, lo whom evening school would
be a source of delight and profit.
In England, as well as in the large cities of Canada and the United
States, the night schools have been well attended. They are not
necessarily attended by the duffers and the illiterate. In England,
some of the brightest young men of the working classes have found
in the Extension Schools the link to a university training. One man
well remembers how so busy a man as Sir Oliver Lodge��� he was plain
Professor Lodge in those days���used to lintl time to look in at an
extension class of young workingmen in England some fifteen or
eighteen years ago. True educationalist that hc is, he could not
conceal the evident pleasure it gave him to meet with students so
caniest, that they would spend iheir evenings at the university in
pursuit of knowledge that was else denied them.
Our changed educational ideals make ii difficult today for anyone
to think of ;iii education as something that can be obtained by attending
a three or four years course of lectures. All life is education. Thc
real student never ceases work. His education ends only with the
grave���possibly not then.
The schooling of adults, through free evening lectures in school-
houses, is based on the modern assumption that education is never
finished, and that large numbers of people who had to leave school
early, owing to the stress of making a living, are eager to get whatever
knowledge they can.
Thc need for the evening school is readily seen from the facts
that only about 3 per cent of thc school population attend high schools,
and 1.5 per cent the colleges, universities and professional schools,
and that most of our cities have large numbers of foreign-bom people
who need instruction in English and other subjects.
Dr. Henry H. Leipziger, the Sii|>ervisor of Lectures in New York
City, sums up thc results of free lectures in that city as follows: (1)
Adult Education is established as a permanent feature of our educational system (2) Reading and study have been encouraged, a
deeper interest in school life developed, and a refining influence spread
(4) The best teachers in our universities have come into contact with
the people. (3) Co-operation has ban brought about between the
lecture, the library and the museum. (5) The school is becoming thc
social centre of the community, (fi) The schoolhousc must be constructed with a view to its use for various educative influences, so
as not to become merely a nursery for children, but a place of intelligent
resort for adults.
Prince Rupert simply cannot afford to do without an evening
school for adults this winter.
PASSING COMMENT
The newspaper files of two or three years ago arc interesting reading. Yesterday in hunting through some old newspapers wc came
across the following:
PRINCE RUPERT TOWNSITE SOLD
"Vancouver, April 18.���The entire Prince Rupert townsite
has lieen sold outright. The sum involved is $100,000 and a
substantial sum has been paitl down to bind the bargain. Thc
purchasers arc Captain Matthew Machaitcr and several of his
associates." etc.
Even the Mad Hatter would have shrank from announcing that
Prince Rupert townsite was purchasable for $100.000���part cash.
The news that the Grand Trunk P.u ific will not agree to sign
the petition to abolish the ward system "on the ground that it would
enable the centre to outvote the outlying parts of thc city," did not
come as a surprise to the News. The News was informed some time
ago that the Grand Trunk Pacific had agreed as part of the price
for the assessment .settlement to uphold the wartl system.
11 is very clear why certain members of the council had taken
the matter up with lhe company secretly.
Here is another anamoly of the assessment agreement. The
railway company is only to pay 115,000 in taxes���about one per cent
of the total taxes. But on questions like the wartl question which
is to be decided by a majority petition of the ratepayers, it is to have
a 35 per cent representation.
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CAPITAL STOCK $1,000,000
We are offering for sale a very limited
amount of shares of stock at 25c per share;
par value $1.00. These shares are going
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selling agents
GETS   SECOND   TRIAL
Dr. Hyde is Again To Face
Charge of Poisoning His
Wealthy Uncle.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Kansas Cily, Oct. 23.���Dr. B.
Hyde's      second    trial     for    the
murder of his wife's millionaire
uncle, Colonel Swope, who it is
said, Mas given poison in his
medicine, begun today with the
choosing ol a jury.
NO JURY TILL CHRISTMAS
Dull Ootlook for the McNamara
Boys Judge Bordwell Grows
Impatient at Delay.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
I.os Angeles, Oct. 23.���Judge
Bordwell estimates that it will
be Christinas before the jury in
the McNamara trial is complete,
anil then it will have to be drawn
from ilu- country districts.
A possible juror, McKce, cross-
examined today declared he would
have to hear evidence proving
that the Times was not blown up
by dynamite before being convinced.
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BANKER-CONVICT DEAD
John R. Walsh Dies in Chicago
a Week After His Release on
Parole.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Chicago, Oct. 23.���John R.
Walsh, the former banker who was
released on parole from Leavenworth prison hist week, died here
today.
GET ON THE LIST
All Who Want to Vote in the
Municipal Election Should
Register at Once.
City Clerk Woods is busy today
registering names of applicants
for the city voters' list. Il is
important, however, tluit iill who
wish   to   get   on   the   lisi   make
application without delay as the
chance is gone after October 31st.
BAD POWDER E.XPLOSION
Nine Miners Killed and Ten In
jured   in   Ogara   Mine   Near
Harrisburg.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Harrisburg, III., Oct. 23.���Nine
miners were killed anil ten seriously
injured, while fifteen are imprisoned by ii cave-in as the result of
the explosion of a keg of powtler
in the Ogara Mine, south of here.
The shift was changing when the
explosion occurred, or more lives
would have been lost.
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Furnished rooma wtth, bath,
the week.   Talbot Houae.
Stioclal rates by
166-tf
Neatly Furnished rooma, gentlemen preferred.-
Apply Mrs. Mullin, over Majestic Theatre     tf
Nice Furnished Rooms,
Block; Third Ave.
Mra. Greonwood.
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Street. tf
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Company, dating from the 1st of October, 1911.
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J. HOOTJES.
238-2-13 FRED PETERSON.
COAL NOTICE
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AOENT
Phone 125      Naden Block      Second Ave
Windsor Hotel
FIRST AVENUE AT EIGHTH STREET
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A FIRST   CLASS BAR   AND   DINING
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATES 50 CENTS AND UP
BATHS   FREE   TO   QUESTS
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P.O. BOX 37
Skeena Land Diatrict���Diatrict of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty davs from date, I, C. E.
Hainter of Prince Rupert. '������ C., by occupation
bookkoepor, intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licenco to proapect for
eoal and petroleum on and under 640 acrea of
land on Graham laland daacribed aa followa:
Commencing at a poat planted one mllo north
of C. E. U. Coal Leaao No. 10, markod C. E. H.
Coal Leaae No. 15. thonoe north 80 chaina, thence
weat 80 chains, tnence aouth 80 chaina, thenca
eaat 80 chaina to place of commencement.
DatedSept. 11, 1911. C. E. UAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land District���DUtrlct of Quoen Charlott
Take notico that thirty days from date, I, C. b.
Uainter of Prince Kupert, U. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, Intend to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of Landa for a licence to prospect for
coal and potroloum on and under 640 acrea of
land on Graham laland deacribed as follows:
Commencing at a poat planted two mllea north
of C. E. U. Coal Leaae Nn. 10, marked N. E.
corner C. E. H. Coal Leaae No. 16, thence aouth
80 chains, thenoe weat 80 chains, thence nortb
80 chains, thence east 80 .haios to place of commencement.
Datod Sept. 11,1911.    C. E. UAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 29.
Skeona Land District���District or Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty davs [ram date, 1, C. E
Uainter of Prince Rupert, H. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of Landa for a licence to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acroa of
land on Graham laland deacribed aa follows:
Commencing at a poat planted two milea north
of C. E. U. Coal Leaae No. 14, marked N. E.
corner C. E. U. Coal Leaae No 17, tnence aouth
80 chains, thence wost 80 chaina, ihence north 80
chaina, thence eaat 80 chains to placo of commencement.
Daiod Sept. 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land Diatrict���District of Queen Charlotto
Take notice that thirty daya from date, I, C. E
Uaintor of Prince Rupert, U, C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands for a Licence to prospoct for
coal and petroleum on and under &40 acrea of
land on Graham Island deacribed as follows:
Commencing at a poat planled two miles north
of C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 12, marked N. W.
corner C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 18, thence aouth
80 chains, thenco east 80 chains, thence north 8C
chaina, thence wost 80 chaina to place of commencement.
Dated SepL 11,1911.    C. K. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land District���DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty daya after date, I, C. E.
Hainter of Prince Rupert, U. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intond to apply to the Chief I'um-
missioner of Landa for a licence to proepect for
coal and petroleum oo and under 640 acrea of
land on Graham laland deacribed aa followa:
Commencing at a poat planted two milea north
of C. E. B. Coal Lease No. 13, marked S. W.
corner C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 19, thence north
80 chaina, thence eaat 80 cbaina, thenoe aouth 80
chaina, thence weat 80 chains to place of com'
mencement.
Datod Sept. 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land District���DUlrict of Queen Charlotto
Tako notice that thirty da/a from date, I, C. E.
Uainter of Prlnco Rupert, fi. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chief Com-*
missioner of Landa for a licence to proapect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acres of land
on Graham laland deacribed aa followa:
Commencing at a poat planted two miles north
of C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 14, marked S. W.
corner C. E. U. Coal l^eaae No. 20, thence north
80 chains, thenco west 80 chaina, thence south 80
chaina, thence east 80 chaina to place of commencement.
DatedSept. 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land District^DUtrlct of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty daya after date, I, 0. E.
Bainter of Prince Hupert, B. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, Intend to apply to the Chief Commiasioner of Landa for a licence to prospect for
coa) and petroleum on and under 640 acraa of
land on Uraham laland described aa followa:
Commencing at u poat planted two mllea north
of C. E. H. Coal Leaao No. 16, marked S. E.
corner C E. B. Coal Leaae No. 21, thence north
80 chains, thenco weat 80 chains, tbence south 8C
chains, thence east 80 chains to place of com
mencement.
Dated Sept. 11.1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Skeena Land DUlrict���DUtrict of Quoon Charlotu
Tako notice that ihirty daya from dato, I. C. E.
Balnter of Prlnco Rupert, Ii. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, Intend to apply to the Chief Commiasioner of Lands for a licence to prospect for
coal and petroloum on and under 640 acrea of
oland on Graham laland described as followa:
Commencing at a post planted two miles north
of C. E. li. Coal Leaae No. 16, markod N. E.
corner C E. B. Coal Leaao No. 22, thence aouth
80 chains, thenco west 80 chains, tbence north 80
chains, thenco east 80 chains to place of commencement.
DatedSept. 12.1911.    C. E. BAINTER. Locator
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict or Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty days from date, I, C. E.
Uainter of Prince Rupert, B. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, Intend to apply to the Chief Commlaaioner of Landa for a licenc.- to prospoct for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 cares of
land on Graham Island described as follows:
Commencing at a post planted two miles north
of C. E. B. Coal Leaae No 17, marked N. E.
corner C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 23 thence south
80 chains, thence west 80 chaina, thence north
80 chains, thenco eaat 80 chaina to place of commencement.
DatedSept. 12.1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land DUtrict���District of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty days from date, I, C. E.
Balnter of Prince Rupart, H. ('.. by occupation
bookkeeper, Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Landa for a licence to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acrea of
land on Graham Island deacrlbod as follows:
Commencing at a port planted at the southwest
corner of Coal Lease No. 4468 marked C. E. U.
Coal Leaae No. 28, thonce north 80 chains, thenco
west 80 chains, thonce south 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains to point of commencement covering
all foreshore Tlahn Point.
DatedSept. 12, 1911. C. E.  BAINTER
Pub. Oct 7.
Skeona Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty days from date, I, C. E.
Uaintor of Prince Hupert, B. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intond to apply to the Chlof Com-
missioner of Lands fur a licenco to proapect for
coal nnd petroleum on and under 640 acrea of
land on (Iraham Island doscribed as follows:
Commencing at a post plantod two rnllos north
Tlahn north A-e-t .oiner Coal Lease 4466 marked
C. lv B. Cohl Loaso No. 29. thenc? south 80 chains,
ihence wost 80 chains, tnence north 80 chaina,
thenre twit 60 chains i.�� point ot commencement;
containing 640 acrea more or less.
Dated Sept. 12. 1911. C.  E.  BAINTER
Pub. Oct. 7.
30-30 Savage Rifle, rood aa new.   P. O. Box 264.
235-241
For Sale-Chicken Ranch. 2 Storey houae, household frooda. Near Prinoe Rupert. A anap if
taken at once.   Address Box 368. tf
$2000 takes excollent view lot with substantial 4-
roomed cottage, lot 6, block 2, section 5. Burden
St.   Enquire on premises or P.O. Box 8.
238-242
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Insurance. The Mack Realty and Insurance Co,
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Stenographer'.Wanted-Apply Box 1531 tf
Wanted���A Rood smart boy for provision store.
Apply at once Ideal Provision House.        2 ----if
Wanted Nursing. Obstectrlcs a specialty.
Residence 829 Thlnl Ave.    Phone 243 Kid. tf
Wanted. ��� Cleaning and preaslng. alterations
and repairing for men and women. Dressmaking
called for and delivered. Mra Charles Percher,
820 Third Ave.   Phone 294 Red. tf
Wanted girl for genera) housework. Small family. Apply to Mrs. N. F. Hclmer. 6th Ave. and
McBride SL   Telephone 257. 240-242
Wanted���All klnda of embroidery worked at moderate pricea. Send your own pieces and have
them worked. Mra. W. E. Williscroft, Dig Uay
P.O. 238-240
Wanted���Two young men to board and room In
private boarding houae. $30 a month. Apply
at box S.s Daily Newa. 241-tf
Scotch lady would like altuation as housekeeper
or any position of trust. Thoroutrhly capable.
Apply box I).. Daily News. 241-244
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Real Estate
^i^ii '�� "P
Will buy Iota In Prince Rupert at bargain prices
for cash. Apply P.O. Box 860 stating leication,
price, etc. 231-tf
Want to buy two lota In Prince Rupert. Give
full information aa to price, term, and location
to P.O. Box 919 243-247
Bu
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Business Chances
GENERAL STOREKEEPER WANTED
he moment la opportune and the future assured.
Mainly caah, but If with capital to carry settlers
till Spring In some cases, almoat a monopoly of
a large tributary territory can be aecured. Best
corner lot $160 to build, or store would be erected and rented. Poat offlce will be secured. Ad
dress Immediately P.O. Uox 2, Prince Rupert.
241-247
Will buy a atore In good location,
formation.
State full fn
243-247
PONY EXPRESS
SY8TRMATIO MKRCIIANTf)'  hKUVKRY  SKRVtCK
Baggage, Storage and  Forwnrdlng Agents.   Foi
Rigs or Motor Car day or night
Seventh Ave. and Fulton
Phone 301
NOTICE
On and after October 27th I will again .have
charge of the Shoe Repairing Shop on Second
avenue between Seventh and Eighth streets,
occunied for some timo by Ludwlc Strublc. I
will be pleased to see all my old customers and
friends, or any new ones that feel like giving
my work a trial.
I will aa In the past three and a half yearn 1
have been In business in Prince Rupert, try to
give satUfactlon.
Nothing but the beat materiaU will be used and
reasonable prices charged.
JOHN  CURRIE 6t
NOTICE
Auction   Sale
NOTICE U hereby given that James Haggerty,
haa retaken possession of Lot Soventcen (17),
Block Twenty-four (24), Section One (1), Townsite
of Prince Rupert, under and by virtue of powers
contained in lease from him to James Donahue,
Arthur Murray and John Armstrong.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that tho
said James Haggerty will sell hy public auction
the buildings erected by the Leasees upon the
said premises, said sale to be held at Prince Rupert,
B. C, on the first day of November, A. I>��� 1911.
at three o'clock In the afternoon upon tho aforesaid
f remises.
Ot JAMES   HAGGERTY.
"-���>-
FRED. STORK
General Hardware���
Builders' Hardware
Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves
Graniteware       Tinware
SECOND - AVENUE
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Skeona Und D-trtet���Dlitl-lol .lr    ���
Tuko not,��� that It. 11. st ,���.;     , ->Ul
B.   !_.,   occuputlon   truckman    In        ' *""'"uv*..
{te^ni-Hon to purchiis,, ,!,';.'(.'.I,:, I . I,''^
Commencing nt u post iiluntu.! li, ,i
��' 1 ��*-<-��*l*tIon No. 691 ,i,���l"*,u d ���,   'l!
tho Naas.HlyiMMS. W, l'.i. il���. ... ***> ll	
thonce 4Y'cimi,,s'',,;;rii;,','i',!;;;:;:v,
thenco 40 cliaiiissoiitl, ,;,',,;,;.,���.
inont to cuntiiln 100 una mora ���, "Hot*
lllltr'il All*!, 1911.
Pub. Supt. 23.
*-,,,,AR..�� Z\m
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only .at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
bkeonn Land District -District ���i ,
Tako notice that llureilel L��� 8m       ,' f"**'-
MX*., occupation 8tiiti������ ,���.,.���, 'I,',,!,,
tor permission to purchusu il���-
lands]
Commencln*! at a pent p|m,t,.,|   ,.  ,
west corner 100 chains ,���-,,   ���
BOB N. R, vomer ot Lot Ills II
Coast liistrlct It,.,,,-.- ���*,, thon�� """���>
thencu HO chains north, thoncu   -
thonco SO chains auuili t��� ,���,
eontalnini! :l*_ll acres, mure e.r I,-
paled Sopt. 18, nu. U\\;,r ...
Pub. Sept. 23. ,,,;.!;,,   , 'III
Sk��ma Und DUti-lct���DUirin  ,i
Take notico th.t Js__ M    ,
Ilaplds,   Iowa,   occupation   lawn
apply  for permission to pure-l , .
described l.nds: I������"*   '��� >   (..lluwJa,
Commencing at a post planted .  __���
ahore of  Kutrtymateen   Intel on
of a email stream llosvini! into ... * ��� .*'������
ol Crow Uko.   Thonco south -   ,     2 X****
weat 20 chaina more or Im to tl
Crow   Uko,  thenco  north, il     , , !
lowing the shore lines uf :
to Crew Uke and   Kut.
placo el commencement, oonalnlns i ,���..    **���
mere or lass.   Locatod August ?, m*    * "**
KbTA^1"1-        SKb-*TAUM��
Skeena Und Dlslrict-llistri,*! ,, ,
Tako notico that I. Th .ihu. r, . ...
Rupert, occupation carpenter. ,      ,'i ,, ���,J?
f. ..-   i ���..��-������..,.... ...   s ..  m..������,������- a. ��� ���   ...   .   s.    II
FEED STORE
We carry everything In the feed line, aiu garden seeds at the lowest market pricea, at Collart's
,'!,; Feted Store, Market Place
TONY EXPRESS
Prompt Delivery
Phones 41 or 301
LOTS FOR SALE
One lot, Hlock 6, Section 1, Beach
Place. Price $2100, 11000 cash
balance G-12 months.
One lot, Block 17, Section 1,
First Avenue. Price $2500,
$1000 cash, balance 0. 12, and
18 months.
Two lots, Block 20, Section 1,
Piirk Avenue. Price $5000, one-
fourth cash, balance 0-12-18
months.
One lot, Block 20, Section 5, line
view with two fronts, Sixth
Avenue and Seventh Avenue.
Price $1305, $800 cash, lialance
easy.
One lot, Block 0, Section 5, Sixth
Avenue. Price $1525, $705 cash,
balance 6-12-18 months.
One lot, Block 0, Section 5, Fifth
Avenue. Price $1500, $300 cash,
balance 3-0-12 months.
Two lots, Block 22, Section 7,
Sixth Avenue, Price $600, one-
half cash, balance $25 per month.
One lot, Block 15, Section 7, two
fronts, Sixth Avenue and Hays
Cove, with house 32 x 20.
Price $2625.
One half of lot 13, Block 40,
Section 7, fronting Ninth Avenue. Price $400, $200 cash,
balance $25 per month.
Lots 10-20, Btock 4, Section 8,
corner Ninth Avenue. Price
$800, one-fourth cash, balance
0-12-18 month.
Lots 0-10, Block 16, Section 8,
Tenth Avenue. Price 1250each,
one-third cash, balance 3-6
months.
75 x 100
Level.
FOR LEASE
feel  mi  Third
(>t iot I leate.
Avenue.
Stores on Second Avenue.
LOTS IN NEW HAZELTON
$10   down   and   $10   per   month
buys a lot now.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
simlr
for uermlsslon lo purchase tha folio .i
ed land.
Comnienclntf at a post |,liint,al ,
���south from the mouth ���f I ., i. ,
lWfeet back from the Is*.,, h. ,,,.
nurth. thene** 40 chains west, thonc ,',
south, thence easl 40 chains t��� point ���f,. ������,_*�����
ment, conulnlnu DAI acres ,��� ���,- .���  ,
THOMAS i*\|;ti*ii
Dated July 7th. 1911.    Churl,.. u..i. ,
I'ub. Auk. Sth.
Churl.-s Wl i,
Skeena Und Dislrict���District ut Cus.i lUne. i
Tako notice that  I, Thomss  Met
Prlnco   Itupert,   II.   C,   occupst,-,
broker. Inlend lo apply (or permisaiun -.��� uure__I
the (ollowinit d-Mcrlln-d lands:
Commendi-i at a psot pl.nte-l It th. J, 1
oorner of pre-emption record II'..', u-
���chaina, thence aoulh 40 chains, the-nn- *mx it
chaina to ahore of lake, thance lullei.in. ,_-
ot lake in a northerly directiem t., poinl ol tea-
mencement; containing '120 etna, tn���rr of ken.
Dateel Sept. 6, llrll. THOMAS Mr, I.VMuXI
Pub. S.pL 9. Kn   -     i    .   v |
Skoena Und DUtriet���District ���l t .,,.- i;,-., ���
Tak. notice that E. H. O. Miller .,1 I'slrnmt
Kng., occupation aurvayor, intends tu siieiy I.
permisaiun  to  purchase  lho tollowini! UucnM
lands:
Commencing at a poat planted st t h<- N, W.O v
ner of Ul 4 lot., thone. wesl HO chians, thencsostt
20 chains, ibence oast so chain., Um m
chatna to tha point ol commencement cutit-uinaj
100 acre, mora or !<���*.
Daled August 16, KU. K. II   t.   MII.UH
I'ub. Aug. 26. P.Ball
Skoena Und District���Dislrict of Cos.! lUtini
Take notice lhat It K. Miller ���l lr;     . inland,   occupation   farmer,    ntenets tu  a*,;.!-* hr
pormiMion to purchaM the ttmtrl .
Commencing at a poat planted about 60 -__,
wast Irom tb. N. W. Corner ul Ul in*, it*--.
north 40 chains. Ihenca wost 20 chair,., xtrtt
south 40 chains, thanca Mat 20 ehal-ii to Us
point ot coiiiiii.ncm.nl containing nftit*-' stem
mora or !,_,.
H.le.1 Augual 19  1011. IL P. MILU.!;
Pub. Aug. 26. P. M. Milkf. Attn
Skeena Unel Dislrict-DUlrict ot Coast lUtp i
Take notice th.t Prank S. Miller ol Umm,
Kng.. oceupatlon civil engineer, int. i
lor permission lo purchaae th. lotlu*,*.. .laKr.tsal
tanas:
Commencing at~e pool ptanlad st ttw X. E.
Corner ot Ul 28, lli.nre nurth :>���
woat 20 chains, th.no. -south 20 rhsiiu, :xr*tt
aaat 20 ehalna to point of nmns-r.    .*'. (���---
talnlng 40 acre, mora or lea*.
Usual August 16, 1911.        FRANK -  MIUXR
Pub. Aug. 26. P. M. Milkr. Atnl
Skeen. Und DUtriet���DUlrict ol Coaal Roal
Take nolle, lhat Herbert J. Msrki. el Pea-
broka, Ont, occup.tion lumhs-m,,-
apply for p-M-n-tiasloa to purchase lh. (esksug
de-scribed lands:
Commencing at a poal planted on ti��� hit task
ot the ZymotioiU or /irn-a-fot-iu Iti-rr, st Mi*
wast corner ol Ul 1706, Ihence n,-r-'
Um -r-sterly boundary of Lot  11*, *' **
more or lase, to the northwest corner ,*l a.,J l>:
1706,  thence   WMlefly   and  south,!.
lha left bank ol aald rlv-n*. SO chslns m-.tr ,* Ism u
point  ol  commencement  contalalnc   lul tern
more or laat
Located Augurt II. lilt. ......
Dated August 21, 1911.    HKHIIKItl J 'Mi hit
Pub. Aug. 26. Frederick S. Clemn.m Af*
LAND LEASE NOTIll.
IMla Coola Und DUtrict-DUUict ul I
1
Take nollea lhat II. M. Clllf of Dm t
land,   occupation   gentleman.   Int, i-
tar  permission  to  lease  the  toll,,-., .
landa:
Comm.ncing at a port planled ���������
ol   N.-eh-elscnnsy   Kiver  alKHIt   1" '
of Indian Hom-vo Line .thanca ww "
lollowlng th. channel ol Neelect.e*.-
thenea south SO ehalna more or I,
of   Hella  Coot.   Klver,  thenre  lull,,*,
of  Hella Coola  River eaaterly 6V aha
SO chain, more or 1, m lo point of soma
conUining 460 .cress, more or ha*.
D.led August 28, llll. II    '
Pub. Sept SO. William MaK -
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Hella Coola Und DUtrict���DUlrict ���:
1
Take nolle* th.t II. M. CHIT of I'
t.nd,   occupation   gentleman,   lalands
for  permUsion to MH  lh.  1,-11"-
1.11,1s. i
Cummenring at a poet pl.nte-1 ,<*
eorner of Ut 262, thenee south I" -
or les. to northern hound.!**** ot !�����������- **
for ny H. M. Cliff. Ihence following ���<
eart 20 chains, thenc* north 40 tl.*
west 20 chaina to poinl of eommenc
talnlng SO acre*, more or teas. ,..,
Dalad August 28, 1911. H     *     "'"L
Pub. S~>t. 30. William M.' ���
MI.Cool.UndDUIrict-DistricI'
...FORWENT...
5-room   House  on  Sth Ave., section 6.
Partly furnished. $22 a month
...forIaLe...
Lots  H  and  9,   block  34, sec. 8, $600.
Easy cash and terms
Lot 19, hlock 26, sec, G.     Easy  terms.
Lot 22, block 24, sec. 5, $800.
Lot 17, block 49, sec. 7, $360.   $f30 cash
and $25 per month.
Fire, Life, Accident ind Liability Insurance
JOHN DYBHAVN
Pattullo Block.
Take ncllee lhat II. M. Cliff ol I)
land, occupation gentleman, fnlrn'!-
tor permUsion lo laaa. lhe follow it,
landa:
Commencing al a poet ptsnte.1 ><
corner ol Ut 261, thenca south 10 i
or le-as to northern boundary ot L.
applied for by II. M. Cliff, thenee I
along said boundary, Ihence north
thence west 20 chains io poinl al **,���,
containing 80 acrea, mare or loss.
D.ted Auguat 28, llll. ft ,
Pub. Sept. B0. Wllll.m McS ���
Hella Coola Und Dlrtrict- DUtrlct ,.l I
3
Taka notice lhat II. M. Cliff ��' I'
land, occupation genUeman, Inlend- ''-
permlasion lo lease the lollowing di*sri'l-
Commeneing at a post pl.nted st
near the N. E. corner ol Ul No. *, th-
40 chains, Ihence weet 80 chains m,,r-
eart boundary of cannery lea^, then***
lh. said east boundary south 40 rhsi-
l~a lo shore line, Ihence following
line easterly 80 chaina mora or Ire*
commencemenl; containing 820 act!-.
Its
If
, 111'
tt
Dated August 31,
'-ub. Sept. 8(1.
1911.
II.  M
William McN
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Bella Coola Und DUlrict���DUtricl of ( '��
1
Take nolice that H. M, Cliff al ******
land,   occupation   gentleman,   inten-i
lor  permlsaion  to lanM  **���'   lollowln*
landa:
Commencing at a post planteel si
corner of Ut 33, thence north 20 el,,
west 40 chains, thenc* aouth 20 ch,n*
Iras to .hore line, thenco feillowlnii II'
east 40 chslna more or lea" to point in r" '
ment; containing 80 carea, more or Ins*
Daled August 31, llll. [[��� 2
Pub. Sept. 30. William McN ��
Hella Coola Und DUtrict-DUtrict nf Cos' I
n*
Take nolice that H. M. Cliff of Huni
lanel,   occupation   gentleman,   Inli'tuls
lor  permission  to  leaae  the  following '"
lands:
Commencing at a port planled el lhe
corner ol Ut No. 4, Ihenee north 40 chain*'-
east 40 chains, Ihenee aouth 40 rhslns rile*, to shore line, thence following el""
westerly 40 chains more or lesa to point oi
mencement: containing 80 acree, more er ;
Dated August 28, 1911. Rf  ��':,   I,
Pllb. Sept    111) "������"!	
.1*1'
William McNei'.
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The snow is crawling down the mountains to remind us
of cold winter. We have opened five bales of comforters nnd have put them on Bale at the low price of $1.25
untl $2.00. We also have them from $1 to the $16 Eiderdown, also blankets and bedding in large quantities   :   :
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Carpets, Rugs, Portiers, Tapestry and Lace Curtains
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���t. Prince   John Bails for   Port   Simpson, Naas River, and Stewart, Wednesdays, 1 p.m.; and for Masset  and
Naden   Harbor Thursdays  U   p. m.
Kor Skitlegate,   Rose  Harbor,   etc.,
Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service to Copper River
Mixed trains from Prince Rupert Mondays,   Wednesdays and Saturdays,   1
p.m., returning Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Sundays at 4 p.m.
The Grand Trunk Railway Syilem
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains over its
double  track route  between  Chicago,
Toronto,   Montreal,   Quebec,   HaIKK,
Portland, Boston, New York ami   hM*
delphia.    Atlantic Steamship  bookings
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The bakers' union of San Handset- has established a co-operative
bakery where French bread 11
baked by union workmen under
union conditions.
ITEMS  OF
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1.
- THE COSY CORNER =
DEVOTED  PRINCIPALLY  TO  THE INTERESTS   OF  WOMEN
Bert Hunt, star player of the
junior Frontenac hockey team,
who has joined Queen's first football team, was worked out for a
short time at quarter, but will
likely be used on the back division.
His great dodging, which was so
useful to him in hockey, will also
be of great service to him in the
Rugby game.
N  H  M
The senior single sculls, the
premier event of the regatta of
the New England Amateur Racing
Association, on the Charles River,
was won by Everett Hope of the
Boston Athletic Association by
a length over Paul Wi.thington
this time.
H   K   Jt
On September 80 in Scotland,
Walter Knox, the Canadian professional athlete, won the 100-yard
dash in .10 1-5, the pole vault
with 11 feet, the shot-put with 44
feet, the standing jump with 4
feet 9 1-2 inches, the standing
hop, step, and jump with 31
feet 4 inches, and was second
in the hammer and broad jump.
In his British tour just ended
Knox won 57 firsts, 23 seconds, 3
thirds, and 4 fourths. Some record!
HUM
Jeff Smith, the New Jersey
welterweight, had a slight advantage over Willie Lewis of New
York, claimant of the welterweight title, in a ten-round bout
before the National Sporting Club
of America at New York the other
night. Lewis tried to force mat
ters in a majority of the rounds,
but Smith always met him with
left jabs to the face, and popular
opinion gave him the fight by
small margin.
nun
The six men a side idea will
just about rcolutionize the game
of hockey. In thc first place il
will nail the defence to its position
There will be no more spectacular
defence rushes. A defence rush
with six men a side would be
almost suicidal, because there
would be no rover to drop back
to help out the other man in
front of the nets.
KKK
That six men a side would be
a terrific strain on the forwards
goes beyond saying. They would
have to be up on the puck at all
times, and would have to check
back incessantly, for once the
puck was lost by them there would
lie no one behind to take up the
disc. They would simply have
to get back or leave the defence
at the mercy of the opposing three
forwards. Of course the forwards
will be relieved to a certain extent
by the rule which permits a
substitute at any time.
KKK
The six men a side rule clearly
would not reduce the number of
players to be carried by a team
for the terrific speed at which the
game will be carried on would
force thc use of a couple of substitutes in every game. With
six men a side the game on a big
rink is bound to be more of an
individual nature.
KKK
Six men a side would be an
advantage on small rinks like
Renfrew and Quebec, but on Ottawa, Montreal, and Toronto ice
the reduction of players might be
to a disadvantage.
KKK
Six men a side would put a
premium on speed. It would
tloom the big, heavy defence
player, for in lagging moments
il would be advisable to drop back
a pair of the forwartls and let the
defence pair get into the forward
play with their reserve strength.
It would be large scores, because
without the rover's back checking
the forwards would be on the
defence morc often, while a cover-
point or point rush would leave
an open defence.
KKK
Six men a side means a cleaner
game. The slogan will not be
"Get the man, "but "Stay on the
ice." The loss of a man with a
short team means the increased
efficiency of any penalty. It practically means a , doubling up of
penalties. Six men a sitle will
make it harder to break in a new-
man. So much will depend on
each man that a new man will
have to make good first crack or
get benchedfor a seasoned player.
OUR PRIZE SPUDS
Were Shipped  Away   to    New
York Today for the  Prize
COAL NOTICE
This ta a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
DRESS    HINT
Clothes the Thin Woman May
Wear
The too-thin woman must avoid
the straight-up-antl-down lines.
She may look with approval at
tunic skirts in all styles, and
fichus and large collars will add
to the becomingness of her waists.
Sue may wear any sort of sleeve
but a long tight one; and in
fabrics and colors she has a large
variety to choose from. Of course,
she must never let her eye rest
for a moment on a Btriped fabric;
but then she knows this without
being told.
She may wear the checks, and
big ones, too, which her fat sister
longs for, yet must be denied.
EQUIVALENT WEIGHTS AND
MEASURES
Cut Them Out and Keep in the
Kitchen
pint   of   butter   equals   ;
if siftetl flour equals
DRESSING "THE DODY"
Indifference is the Sad Secret of
Dowdiness
The dowdy woman should be
made to see herself exactly as she
is; she should be taught her dress
faults. Undoubtedly, she will find
that indifference is the first and
worst of them; and that is easily
overcome. Let even the dowdy
woman, who says she doesn't
care, see herself looking really
charming just once, and never
again will she sink back into her
old ways.
What is the real mean big of lhe
wonl 'becoming" as applied to
dress?
It is dress that is right, appropriate, and suited to the scent*
antl the wearer.
Such a dress the worltl expects
erf every woman; for it has come
to be the mark of dignity and power
of the sex. Dress is woman'!
kingtlom; j,t js cowardly of her to
abdicate. That was a fine example
set by thc grande dames of thc
ancient regime when they put
on their richest costumes to ride
on the tumbrel to the guillotine.
Whatever the circumstance or the
crisis of life, a woman is better
off for bcjug fitly dressed.
One
pound
One quart
a pound.
One large pint of sugar equals
B pound.
Nine large t ggs equals a pound.
A pint of graham, seven and
three-fourths ounces.
A pint of com meal, ten and one-
fourth ounces.
A pint of rice, fifteen ounces.
A pint of samp or coarse hominy,
thirteen ounces.
A pint of tapioca, twelve ounces.
A pint of bread crumbs, eiihg
and three-quarter ounces.
A pint of raisins nine ounces
(lightly measured).
A pint of currants, ten ounces.
A pint of brown sugar, thirteen
ounces.
A pint of maple sugar broken
into crumbly pieces, equals one
pound antl four ounces.
An ounce of butter, two level
ttaspoonfuls.
An  ounce  of
tablcspoonfuls.
An ounce of cornstarch, three
tablespoonfuls (level).
.An ounce of granulated sugar,
two level tablespoonfuls.
An ounce of ground coffee, give
level tablt'spoo. fills.
An ounce of grated cholcoate,
three level tablcspoonfuls.
An ounce of pepper, four level
tablcspoonfuls.
An ounce of salt, two level
tablespoonfuls.
An ounce of cinnamon four antl
a half level teaspoonfuls.
An ounce of cloves, four level
tablespoonfuls.
Hour,   four  level
Wedding Novelties
White roses packed closely
to*
Before and After
.An unmarried girl is always in
fear of Mrs. Grundy. When she
marries she becomes Mrs. Grundy.
Cheese Served Differently
There arc some rcci|K-s for serving cheese in different ways. The
popular cream cheese may be
served in squares one day. and ihe
BIG SHIPMENT OF
Boots, Shoes and Rubbers
JUST   ARRIVED
Women's and Children's Felt Slippers
The Ideal House Shoe for Cold Weather
Now it the time to attend to your Footwanta
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Unsurpass. 1 for style, lit and durability,
charge   for   allowing   goods,   and   you
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JABOUR  BROS.
825 TWd Anne THE HOUSE OF GOOD VALUES'* Pkttt 243 Black
get her and surrounded by a rim
of Canadian maple leaves were
carried by a bride in Toronto
recently. All the bridesmaids were
given maple leaf |)endants and the
pages pins to match.
LETTUCE CREAM
New and Valuable Complexion
Cosmetic
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Victoria, Oct. 23.���The British
Columbia exhibit of potatoes for
competitive exhibition at New
York was shipped today. Tluy
were gathered from all parts of
the province and hope to win
the Stillwell trophy and a $1,000
prize.
Don Palos Destroyed
Dos Palos, Oct. 23.���Fire has
swept away the business district
today.   The loss is over $100,000.
Lettuce cream is an alleviation
for thc ills of complexions lhat
have become tanned or irritaled
by the heat. It is made by taking
four ounces of almond oil, one
ounce each of spermaceti and white
wax, and two ounces of IfttUOfl
juice. Put the oil, spermaceti,
nnd white wax into a double
boiler and warm then by gehtle
heat* until they can \rc smoothly
creamed. The lettuce juice must
be pound in gradually.
To obtain the lettuce juice
procure an extra large head of
lettuce and sc.ild it well with
boiling water, then let it stand
for fifteen or twenty minutes, after
which pour the water off and
pound thc lettuce to a pulp in Ifl
earthen basin.
Finally strain it twice through a
thin cloth. In KffllQ CUM two or
more lettuce heads will be needed,
but this will depend entirely on
their size and freshness. Old
dried lettuce leaves naturally give
out less juice than lettuce lhal has
jusi come from thc garden.
next be nude Into balls sprinkled
with paralcy.  Mixed with chopped
nuts,  the  cheese  is  excellent,  or
thin.nd   slightly   with   whilled
cntaii  mixed   with  chopped   red j
pCppcrVi   and   re-molded   into   a
fiat thin cake, it is very delicious.
Skoena Lund DUtrlct���Diatrict uf Quoon Charlotto
Uaml-i
Tako notico that Austin M. Urown of I'rinco
Hupurt, occupation laddlcr, intonda to apply to
the Chiof Commission t<r of Landa and Worka
for a licenco to proapect fur coul und oil and petroleum on and undor the following doacribed landa
on tho Wost Gout ol Graham Inland:
CommoiiehiK ut u pu.it planted throo miloa eaat
of the Bouiliwuai corner ni 0. L. No. 4*177 thenco
B0 chaina eaat, tliutico B0 chains north, thonco BU
chains went, thencu bO chuins eouth to point of
commoncomont
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locutor
Dato of Location, :u*,i July 1811.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeona Land Diatrict���DUtrict of Quoon Charlotto
Islands
Tako nutico thut Auatin M. Urown of Prlnco
Ruport, occupation aaddlor, intenda tu apply to
the Chlof Commiaaioner of Lands and Worka (ur a
licence to prospect for coal, oil and petroloum on and
under the following described landa on tho Wuat
Coaat of (irahum Island:
Commencing at a post pluntod three miles oaat
of the southeast corner o 1 C. L. No. 4472 thenco
north BO chuins, thenco east 80 chains, thenco south
80 chains, thence weat B0 chaina to point cf commencement.
AL'STIN M. BROWN, Locator'
Located August 1st, Ull,
Pub. Aug. ID.
Skeona Lantl Diatrict���DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty days from date, 1, C. K
Uainter of I'rinco Kupert, 11. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of Lunds for u licence lo prospect for
coal und pelroleum on and under mu ucroa of
land on (irutiutn Island deacribed us fallows:
Commencing ut a poal pluntod livu milea eaat
of Coul 1.1.1,1' No. lid,, murked C. K. ii. Coal
Lease No. 1. N. B* corner, ihenco weat BO chaina,
thonce suuth BO chaina, thence east B0 chains,
thence north BO chains to place of eommencoment.
DatedSept. 11, PJU Q. K. BAINTBR, Locator
Pub. Sepl 'i'i.
Skeenu Lund DUtrict-DUtrict ul Quoon Charlotto
Take notice thai thirty days from dato, 1, C. B
Bainter ol Princu Kupert, 11. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply u> the Chief Com*
miasiuner uf Landa for a licence tu proapoct (or
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acrua of
land un (iruham Island described as lollowa:
CommuncinK at a post planted live miloa oaat
of Coal Leaao No. 44BT, marked C. E. 11, N. W.
currier No. ll, tbence aouth BO chaina, thonco oaat
80 chains, thencu north B0 chaina, thenco woat
80 chains tu place ol eommencoment.
Dated S-pt. 11, UU* C. B, n.M.M'LK, Locator
Pub. Sept. ii.
Skeena Lend DUtricl���DUtrlct ul Quoon Charlotte
Tako notico that thirty days (rum dale, 1, C. 1-
llalnler of Prince Kup��ri, U. C, by occupatiun
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chlof Commissioner ol Landa (or a licence lo prospect for
coal and pelroleum un und under 040 acroa ol
land on Uraham Island described as follows:
Commonclng at a poat planled live miloa east
of Coal Loaau No. 4470, marked C. B, li. S. W.
corner of Coal Loaae No. ���*>. thencu oast 80 chaina,
Ihence north 80 ehaiaa, thenee west b chaina,
thunce aoulh 80 chains tu placo ol cummencemenl.
Daled SepL 11, i'Jll. C. B. UAINTER. Locator
I'ub. Sept. -.i.
Skeena Land DUUict���DUtrict ot Quoen Charlotte
Take noUce that thirty daya (rom date, 1, C. B.
Hainter of I'rinco Rupart, II. C, by occupatiun
bookkeeper, intend to apply to tbo Chief Com-
missionor of Landa (or a licence to proapoct fur
coal and petroleum on and under bio acrea ul
land on Uraham laland described aa follows:
Commencing at a poat planted live milus cast
id Coal Leaae No. 4478, marked C. K. lt. S. B
corner Coal Leaae No. 4, Ibence woat 80 chaina,
thenco north 80 chains, thence eaat 80 chains,
thence south 80 chaina lo placo of commencement.
DatedSept, 11, Ull. C. B. UAINTBK, Locator
Puh. SepL 23.
Skeena Land DUtrlct���DUtrlct o( Quoen Charlotte
Taka oouce that thirty daya from date, 1, C. 1--
Haintor uf Prinoe Rupart, U. C, by occupauon
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chiol Commissioner of Lands for a licence lo prospect fur
eoal and petroleum on and under blU acroa ol
land on Uraham laland deacribed as followa:
Commencing at a poat plantad two milea nolrb
of slake marked C. B. H. Coal Loaae No. 4, marked
N. B. corner C. B. U. Coal Leaae No. b, thonce
���oulh 80 ehalna, thenea waat MO cbaina, ibence
nortb 80 chaina, thence east 80 cbains to plaee of
rum men cement.
DatedSept. 11,1911.    C. E. HA1NTLK, Locatoi
PUb-        St-P   t     a       XS.
Skeena Land DUtriet���DUtriet o( Queen Chralolle
Take notice tbat thirty daya Irom data* 1. C **������
Ilainler of Princa Kupert* i*. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the * ���������-1 Commiasioner ol Lands (or a licence to proapect (or
coal and petroleum on and under b40 acroa of
l-ii'l on Uraham laland desenbed aa follows;
Commencing at a poat planted two milea north
ol C. I. II. Coal Leaae No. .1, marked C. I.. Uainter
N. W. corner Coal Leaae No. 6, iheoca aoutb 80
ehalna, thence eaat tW chains, thence north no
chaina, thence wwl 80 cbaina to plaee of com-
mencement.
Dated Sept. 11,1911.    C. >:   UAINTEH .Locator
Pub. SepL a
Skeena Land Dittrict���DUlrict of Quaan Charlotu
Take nolle* lhal thirty da/a from dau, 1, C. K.
Hainter of Princa Rupart. U. C, by oceupailon
bookkeeper, intend to apply to tha Chief Com-
n.tMiur.r* of Laads for a lie* nee to proepect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acrea of
land on Uraham Island dweribed ar followa:
i ������: ���������������> t.f ing at a poet pUnled two milea north
ol C. I H Coal Leaae No. 3, stake S. W. cornar
Coal Leaaa No. 7, thenca north 80 chaina, thence
aast 80 ehalna, thenoe eoutb 80 chalu, thenee
wmi fH> chains to place of commenocmei.i.
Dated Sept. II, 1911. C. K, UAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. ���
Skeena Laad DUtrict���Diatrict of queen Charlotta
Take notice that thirty days from data. 1. C. K.
Hainter of Prince Rupert, U. ('.. by occupation
bookkeeper. Intend to apply to tbe Chief Commiaaioner of Lands for a licence to pruapect for
coal and petroleum on and under ������*������ acree of
laad on Uraham Island deecriba-d aa followa:
Commencing at a poet planled two miiM north
of C. E. H. Coal Lease No. 4, marked S. E. corner
< . }. II. Coal Leaae No. 8, thence north 80 ehalna,
thence weet ao chains, tbence aouth 80 chaina,
thenre eaat 8*0 chitru ;o place of cummeneemen*.
Dated Sept. 11, 1911. C. E. UAINTER, Locator
1Mb. SepL 13
Skeena Und Diatrict���District of Queen Charlotu
Taka noUce that thirty daya (rum daU. I. C. E.
Rainier of Prince Rupert, ll. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply U the Chief Commissioner of Landa for a licence u proepect for
coal and petroleum oa and under 640 acraa of
laad on liraham Island d���crilmd aa follows:
Ccimmfncir.g at a poet planled five mllee eaat
of Coal Lsoae No 417*. markad C. K. Hainter a
N. K. corner Coal Leaae No. 9, thance aoulh 80
chaina, thence aeat 90 ehaina, tbenos north 90
ehaina, tbence eaat 90 chaina to placa of corn-
met, femenl.
iMI-nt Srtil. 11, l��ll. C. IL HAINTEK, Locator
I'ub. .-~.il. .-1.
.'���V.-.*.. U..-I Iinieti    lulrict ol Qvmmi ChwUHU
Ts-lw notln U..t Hitrty ,ls.. Iron, elst��. I, C. K.
Il.tr '.I ot  I i,I.,.   l,���r..ie.  II   e ..  by vorupsltol.
lMa,r.k.a|Hr.     llltll.l    to    .(.|>1>     tO    ill.    I  I,hI    Com*
mm*nn .t at Land, for s lloraoo to oroapMl for
coal and ,���t.���l��in, on and unclear Wu acraa ol
laad on t.raham laland .lascrihad aa followa:
i'ooinionani .1 a boat plant..! ono mllo north
al C. t II. t oal U_m No. XI. ttiatViml N.  W.
C. K. tl. No. 10, u. nr.. aoulh M) chains,
..-at  no chaii.a,  thri.e*.. north Ml chains.
1*0 chains to place ut cinmanctnctil.
<5!T. im
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second avenue and Third street
Over Weatenhaver BroB.' Office.
MUNRO   &   LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:-  AUDITORS
I.a.v- Butler Building       Phone No. 280
Prince Ruoert P.O. Box 361
ALFRED CARSS,
of llritlsh Columbia
and Manitoba Hits.
C. V. BENNETT, B.A.
of B.C.. t Inturi... Saskatchewan and Alberta Bars.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Office- Exchanite block, comer Third avenue and
Sixth street. I-rlnco Ruoert. 8
WM. S. HALL, L. D.S., L>.
Dentist.
D.S.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operations skilfully treated. Gal and
local iieuiat lr,-i rr*:- administered for the painless extraction of teeth. Consultation free. Office.:
Hcluerson Block, Pnnee Ruoert. 11-12
Alex.M.Manson B.A.,     W.K. Williiims.it.*., i-.l.d
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
p. o. box w
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
rrrii. or wm. roxoN, eso... a.r.a.m.. i us., knu
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE   agency
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Third Avenue also Water Street,
PRINCE RUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS el  SADDLERY MANUFACTURER
RcpairinK a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and Hth Sts
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND Avb.
ii w. j. McCutcheon ;;
I   Carrie, complete stock of Drua*..   Special
attention paid to Ailing presaciipttons.
! Tkttre Block puonc n... -���> Stand hit.
************************
PIANOFORTE LESSONS
For Beginners and Advanced Pupils
Miss Vera Greenwood
Pupil of Irs,,; Wllcsak. Paris and Berlin.
Room 28.  Alder Block UpsUirs
__=_E.   EBY    CH,   Co.===
REAL   ESTATR
Kitsumkalum Lani For Sale
KITSUHKALUM ��� H   C.
S. O. E. B. S.
The Prlneae Rupert Lodge. No. .111, Sons of
Enaland. meet, the first and third Tueadav. In
"���rh ii...nth ,,, ih.'S.ri,. r.f I ,,,-!..,,,| Hall. Kin 2nd
Ava. at - p.m.
F. V. CLARK. H*e.,
P. O. It... -I:.'. Prince Rupen
ERNEST A. WOODS. President. Box 23
MISS ELSIE  FROUD
A.L.I'.M.
Teacher of Piano, Violin and
Voice Culture.
Haled Srpt. 11.11)11
Pub. Sept. U.
BAI NTl.lt, Locatoi
HEAVY FUR PACK
Trappers Send More Pelta Than
Usual South from District
Beyond Rupert.
From  all  pans  of  Northern
British Columbia snd tlie Csn*
ftdisil Yukon n*|xirls arc inilicativt-
of n phmomsnally hsavy fur pack
ihis winlt-r. tn llu- Allin lhc foxes,
lynxes .-.nil wolvirin-s e-rr IVUOI'tOU
more numerous than ever In-fore;
while I similar condition with
respect   to   fur-hearers   genially
Is reported from Cssrisr((milnecs)i
nnd from Northern Cariboo, From
Babinc Lake, one oi I-.. I*.. Chsrle*]
sun's pack trains arrived recently I
at   Kfttelton  with  a single pack,
the   collection   of   Inn   OIU   iitlr-
pendenl trailer, being yftlusd ai
a minimum <>f 112,000,    Thea
furs were ;\t once fonvarilitl south
where they are now  lieing sorted
ami prepared for ihipmsnl east
The   11)11
from   thi*
Read The Daily News
Skeena Un-I District -District of Queen Charlotu
lakr f.'-tif.. that thirty daya fronm date. I, ( . K
Itainter of I'nnce Hubert, li C-, occupation InmIi. '
heftier, inwml to apply t-o the Chief Commiasioner
m lAndn for a licence lo proapect for coal and
1 pelroleum nn and under o40 acraa of land on
uraham Island daacribed aa followa:
Commencing at a poat planted two milea norlh
ol C. V. H t oal le-im No 8, marked N. U* corner
of C. I H (oal Lpm No. 11, thenoe anuth *"
chain*, thence ****** SO chaina, tbence north MJ,
chains, thence aaal M chaina to place of com- .
m#nr>ment.
Dated Sept. II, 1911.    C. V.   DAINTKK, Locator
I'ul.. Sept, 21.
Sheena Land Diatrict���Diatrict of Queen Charlotte
TsWe notice that thirty da>s from date, I, C. K. I
ttainter of Trince Itupert, fi. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to tbe Chief Com-
miwioner of l-aml for a lio>nre to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under * '" acrea of i
land on (iraham Inland deerrilf-1 as follow.*. <
Commendng at a post planled two milea north |
of C. K. U. Coal l*r***m No. 7, marked C. B. II.   l
Coal Leaae No. 12. thence south M chains, ihence   ���
���nat  80 chains,  thenee  norih  (*0 chains,  thence
weet 90 chains to place of commencement.
Dated Sept II, 1911.     C. E. DAINTEK, Locator
I'ul.. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land District���Dislrict of Queen Charlotte
Take notice lhat thirty dars from date, I, C. K.
Hainter of I'rlnce Itupert, It. C, hy MUMtiM
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chief Cum-
missioner of l,and* for a licence lo prospect for t
coal and petroleum on and under M0 arrtm cf
land on (iraham Island doner,bed as follows:
Commencing at a post plented two miles north I
of C. B. II. Coal l-en*e No. 7, marked S. W. corner
( t, M Coal l-eaee No. II. thence north MH
chains, tbence eaat K) chains, then- suuth **01
chains, thence west ho chains to place of com-'
mencement. j
Dated Sepl. II, 1911.     C B. UAINTEH, l/Malor
Puh. Hep*. 21.
sv.-ons Und I usl,in -District of Quesesn Charlotu
1 ske notece that thirty days from dale, I, C E.
Hainter nf  Prince  llupert,  ft. C, by occupation I
.vall..,-i ,.-.*.    i.f    ...   .1^1 i.,     I ******* keeper, intend lo apply to the Chiel Com-1
eouet-iuMi   in    st.tisKius { aWM o( Unrti tot , ,,_,������ to Bfotfwct \��� i
IHirl���the    ll'.st    to    hel-^il ***\ petroleum on and  under 610 acrea ol
.. *,,   , t    t t       t 1*nd on Orahatn l.lsnd il.acril.ed as leillows:
got   together    -Will   probably   leave       l nmmenctni at a ,,*��1 planted two milm r.orlh
for London about  the end of the; *t', '���"��,-' j** ^VSi no^So
month. I chains, '.hence went A0 chains, thrnce ���ari'li  HO
chsins, Ihence east  B0 ehalna to placa ot commencement.
DatedSept. 11,191
I'ub. Sept. M.
2ntl Ave-.
Between 7th & mh su.
Prince Rupert
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director and   Embalmer
CHARGES REASONABLE
THIRD   AVENUE      PHONE   366.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS MB BU-U-U-BSfl
Funeral   Directors
3rd Ave. near 6th St. Phone No. Ut
..Grand Hotel.
Wiirklntlman's Home
Free Labor Bureau io Connection
I'hone 178 1st Ave. anil 7th St.
GEO. BRODERIUS. Proprietor
Utile's NEWS Agency
C. E. 11A1NTE11, Locator
MnKH7.in.-n
CIGARS
. V'eriodicaln
I  TOBACCOS  II
O.T.P. WHARF
Newspaper.
:-.  FRUITS THE DAILY NEWS
WAS PUZZLED
ABOUT TRAILS
Aid. Newton Wanted to Know
sx Why    Woodworth    Trail    is
Worked One Way and Not the
i Other.
CIVIC PURSE
i
It came to the ears of Alderman
Newton that :lu* trail io Wood-
worth Lake now being I'tiilt was
being made from Woodworth Lake
down to Shawatlans, instead of
from Shawatlans up to Woodworth.
He wanted to know why litis was
so, for it seemed to him  that
delay would be caused by having
the trail so constructed,
Colonel Davis, cits engineer, explained thai the reasons for this
method wen first, because there
is camp accommodation for the
trail-builders at Woodworth, but
not at Shawatlans; second, because the worst pari of the trail
to build is that stretch nearest to
Woodworth on which the gang
is now engaged, anil third,because
the stretch just out from the head
of Shawatlans Lake requires but
little work being of gradual grade
with gootl linn ground, anil requiring only straight clearing,
while in any case the trail cannot
be used until all complete,
NEARLY EMPTY >k^
BORDEN   ST.   SEWER
City Will Leave Property Holders to Put It in at Their Own
Expense to be Repaid Later.
It  fell  to Alderman   Kerr last
night   to  bring  to  tlie  notice  of
the council the matter of the Borden  street   sewer which  has  been
talked of  for a  very  long  time.
This is an urgently needed sewer,
not very costly to construct, but
the city has shelved  the matter
for so long that now there i.s no
money with which to do the work.
However, Altlernian Kerr siid the
owners to be benefitted would put
pi die sewer at their own expense,
antl  be re-iinbiirsetl  by  the city
later for  the amount  due  ihem.
This would In.- satisfactory, said
Alderman Hilditch, ami the council
assented. ,
1*9
m**
Finance Committee up Against f**L *
It for Funds Yesterday After-; JJLoN
���  ���       M
"Do you know," said Alderman I C\f*\
Newton in solemn tones at lasi, SVas
night's council meeting, "that thisi VaQ
afternoon tlu* finance committee|I_55J
found itself in serious straits foi'!_Mt��*   |
funds with which to go on with
various proposed schemes?   They
were, in fact, hold up for money
to go on with."
"ll has got to a stage when
every dollar counts," remarked
the Mayor a few moments later
in connection with some minor
estimates for supplies, and the
railroading through of two money
bylaws is the means taken to
relieve the situation.
Alderman Kerr wanted to know
if they couldn't tap the hydroelectric funds for that part of th
elect lie light extension which is
10 be permanent) namely, the
proposed are-light system, but he
was informed hy the chairman of
the  finance  committee  that   thi
was not permissible.
��� ��� i __L J_!____^_^>"^-<^' *%-^��_
A ��� .   ��eS
Coltl nights���warm blankets���aJI
kinds. ���Wallace
BORN   A   MILE   APART
Unusual Experience Marked
Coming of Mr. Jabour's Twin
Children.
AIRSHIPS FLY
LIKE VULTURES
Wright Brothers Said to Have
Discovered Secret of Soaring
Indefinitely Interesting Experiments Pending.
(Special to the Daily News)
New York. Oct. 28.���The stria**-
ing statement is made hy Lorin
Wright that his brothers, Wilbur
antl Orvillts have at lasi discovered the secret of the vulture's
flight and will soon send into llu
clouds an aeroplane capable of
soaring indefinitely like a giant
bird.
While Mr. Wright doe* inu go
into details, it is said that the
flier wjll Ih* raised, propelled and
maintained in the air with the
minimum of power and like thai
nf the vulture, whoso flight it
is patterned after, il will run tin
alofl with the etigine"ilead" so
long .1- the air i�� in motion.
Wilbur Wright said his brother
Orville is experimenting at Gittley
Hawk. S.  C.  with  B  problem  of
soaring machines without motors,
"It  is an entirely feasible idea
too,"   siitl   Wrighl.     "There   i*>
no reason why machines csnnot
Ik* made to liy without motor
power, the same a*, tin Mime bird-.
Some of the larger birds, such Bl
vuliures, which travel great distances,    are    enabled    tO   do    *o\
because  they  haw  thc  art   of]
������������.iiitig   for   many   miles   wilhi.iil
the u-t oi anv- power.
THE HOSPITAL DANCE
The two newest residents of
Prince Rupert arrived yesterdai
in the persona of twin children
girl and a hoy, to Mr. and Mrs.
James   J.iboiir.     They   have   th
unusual distinction for twin chil
drtn of having lieen horn a milt
away from each other.
The little girl was born at
home early yesterday morning
bin a- the mother became alarm
ingly ill soon afterwards, Dr. Tre
mayne had his patient conveyet
lo the hospital for surgical attention. An hour after arrival
there, the little hoy was horn.
In the afternoon, the little lassit
was wrapped up in blankets and
Carried through the street- to
rejoin her mother al the hospital.
Though iu a very critical state
of illness yesterday, Mrs. Jabour
i- lotl.iy reported to lx* out
danger, after pasting a restful
night.
REMOVAL   SALE
...To Third Avenue
In a few days we will be moving to our new store on Third Ave., but before doing so
we must reduce our very large stock of high-class Clothing, Furnishings, etc., by one half.
To do this and do it quickly, it is to be sacrificed at ridiculously low prices. COME AND
HELP US MOVE BY BUYING YOUR FALL CLOTHING NOW.     '
Coltl nights -warm blankets���all
kinds.���Wallace's. 2t
VOTERS   LIST  POINT
Aid. Douglas in Anxiety for the
Intending Electors Gives Fred
Peters One.
Because many citizens are now
anxious to gel on the voters' list
before ihe li-t closes on .'list inst.,
Alderman Douglas i- anxious ihat
someone competent to enrol voters
should Ih* iu attendance at the
City Hall continuously during
hours, and even for an hour or
two at night. The Mayo explained   that   citizens   may  enrol
ai the office of any notary .public
or solicitor.
"But what if they can't afford
to?" a-ked Alderman Douglas.
"Pooh, il need cost them nothing," said the City Solicitor.
'Everybody should know that."
"Everybody isn't as wise as you,
Mr. Peters," put in Aldermsn
Douglas cheerfully amid laughter.
PHONE EMPLOYEES
PROTEST
Idea That They Should Board
Themselves on Shawatlans-
Woodworlh Job Against Union Rules.
SALE STARTS WEDNESDAY MORNING
Second Avenue
Don t Forget the Event of the
Season    Its on Friday Night
Through Mr. Love, supcrin
tciidcnt of the electric light plain
and phone department, the men
ol   the   local   union   of   electrical
Don't   forget   the  Hospital   Ball I worker-  imployed  on   the  phone
which   is   to   take   place   in   the department    have   communicated
Mclntyre Hall on Friday evening, with the council informing that
October 20th. The Ladies' Com- body that under the rules of their
mlttee have gone to more than, union it is up to the employer
usual trouble to make it a success.. to furnish hoard and lodging for
Tickets can he had from any union einplovet - sent out on tem-
member of the committee. "it  porary work such as the   phone
 ���  extension   to   Woodworth.     Any
EXTENSION   FOR  CAMOZZI ""rk. "f. ""*lir   fourteen  days'
i duration is temporary work.   Re-
m
r<*_^r/_^"__-s_<
MARTIN O'REILLY
i
1
Second Avenue
i&i^^
M
'0i
Over-Seas Club
A mcettnv of the Over-Seas Ctub will be held
this ���vcnlnp at H o'clock In the Conservative Club
Rooms, Second Avenue. lt
STEEL DOORS FOR CELLS
Architects Propose These for
New City Hall Prison Quarters.
Sixty Days Granted, but There
Must be no More, Says Works
Department.
fcr red in light committee on tht
motion of Altlernian Hilditch who
-,iitl In* was not at all desirous of
butting iu on union regulations
regarding   the   men's   board,  etc.
Alderman Clayton seconded tlie
motion which carried.
All extension of hjf contract
time hy sixty dayi has been made
hy the council and public wtuk-
department to s. Cwhossl whose
contract on First avenue i- making
hut tardy progress.   Csmossi ex-. 	
plains  that   In   ha-  had  to work City Will Have Water and Milk
���gainst  the rock formation owing;      Supplies Regularly Tested
to the way In  h.i- had tO take mn 	
hi- dump, ami lhi�� has eaii-nl iwu       Dr. J, 0. Reddie, medical health
ANALYTICAL   OUTFIT
Steel doors have been suggested
for the prison cells in the new
Cily Hall hy the associate architects, W. Nieolson l.ailey and R.
W. Potter. Alderman Clayton
suggested that tenders be called
for for them. Alderman Kirkpatrick said: "Never mind the
cell doors until wc are sure of
getting the roof on the City
Hall."   (Laughter).
The Canadian General Electric Co., Limited
HEAD OFFICE:   TORONTO FACTORIES:   PETERBOROUGH, ONT
MANUFACTURERS OF EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL
The Canada Foundry Co., Limited   -    Toronto, Ont.
bail shots, and much delay. Sixty
ilay- extension, but not an hour
more, is lhe decision of the count il.
office, ha- applied to the council
advising llu- expenditure of about
?2l)   for    the    furnishing   of   an
 I analytical outfit for the ust ing of
Dance Tonight the city drinking water.    Alder*
Invitations are out f<n ,\ recep*|tnan civ,nun suggested that the
mi ���"*'*'*���*"''** tpnlghi ai ilu -um in' voted if the amMratui
Mclntyre Hall, under the auspicesIbe  designed   1<>   test   mine also.
Club. This was carried.
of tin* Wanderer's
Cold nights   warm blankets
���Wallai
kinds
Wallace's.
Kiddies' eoats-
l lace's.
big range.���Wal-
2t
Some specials���n dueed prices���
ladies' hats.���Wallace's. 2t
AIR COMPRESSORS
BOILERS
BUCVRUS   STEAM   SHOV-
BOILER  FEED  PUMPS
CAST  PIPE
COCHRANE FEED WATER
HEATERS
CONCRETE  MIXERS
DREDGES
GAS AND GASOLINE ENGINES
OAS PRODUCERS
HOISTS
LOCOMOTIVES
MATHER A PLATT TURBINE  PUMPS
PRINCE RUPERT BRANCH *����� m..,,-,,. Bi.��k
��� ������  Bo. 974
MOTOR DRIVEN TRIPLEX
PUPMS
ORNAMENTAL IRON
WORK
PILE   DRIVERS
ROCK  CRUSHERS
STRUCTURAL  STEEL
UNDERWRITER  STEAM
PUMPS
Phon.245
GRAHAM KEARNEY. AGENT
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Sk-x-na Und DUtrlct���District of Cout Usnge* 6
T.k. nolle th.t I, Gordon C. Emintnon of
Prince Hupurt, B. C., occupation n-sl rstste-
broker, intend to apply for pennlMlon to purchsse th. following tfotcilbed l.nds:
Commencing st . post plsntrod about 2 3-4
mllos in . northerly direction (rom the northeast
rorner post of Lol 1389, Rantt. 5, Cout District,
thence north 40 chains, th.nce west lo river
bank, Ihence south folios-Inn riv, r bank to point
of commencement; containing 160 acres, more or
GORDON C. EMMERSON
St.  Andrew's Society
A general meeting of the St.
Andrew's Society will be held in
the Carpenters' Hull on Friday
evening, October 27th, when arrangements will be made for en-
ertalnment during the winter
months. It is important and
members are requested to make it
a point to be present.
TRY THF. "NEWS" WANT AD.
WAY OP FINDING
Howe & McNulty
HARDWARE
Are now ready to do business In
their new Hardware store on
Second Ave. and Fifth St., with
a complete stock of heavy and
shelf hardware, stoveB and ranges, granite and tinware, paints
and oilo, ship chandlery, sporting
goods, etc. :      :      :       :
i* .....
All orders will receive prompt attention
PHONE 364
bated Sept. 9, 1911.
Pub. Oct. 14.
Skwna Land Diatrict���Diatrict of Coaat IUngo V
Taka notice that I, Benjamin A. Fish of Towner,
N. D., occupation merchant. Intend to apply
for itrrm(union to purchaae the followinK described
landa:
Commendng at a post planted on the eaat
boundary and about five chaina from the aoutheaat corner of Lot 4484, tbence north 60 chains,
thenee east 80 chains, thence aouth 60 chains,
thence weat 30 ehaina to point of commencement
DsOd June 24, 1911. BENJAMIN A. FISH
Pub. July 26. Kred E. Cowell, Agent
I Skeena Land District-District of Coast Range 5
Take notioa that Hirlam Roy McTaviah of
Winnipeg, Man., occupation barrister, Intenda
to apply for permiaaion to purchase the following
described landa:
Commendng at a post planted at the aouthweat
corner 40 chains nut and 40 chaina north from
N. E. comer of Lot 1116, Harvey'a 8urvey Coaat
District ,tUbge 6, thence 60 chaina east, thence
60 chaina north, thenoe 60 chaina west, thence 60
chaina south to poet of commencement containing
.110 acrea more or leu.
Dated Sept. 18,1911  MIRIAM HOY McTAVlSH
Pub. Sept. 83.      ��� Kred W. Bohler, Agent
Skeena "
Talw_	
occupatioHWharried   woman,   Intends   to   apply
for permission to purchaae the following deacrihed
Commencing at a poat planted at the northwest corner 100 chains eut and 20 chains north
from N. E. corner of Lot 1116, Harvey'a Survey
Cout Diatrict Kange 5, ther.ce 20 chains aouth,
thence 80 chaini eut, thence 80 chaina north,
thence 40 chaini west, thence 60 chains aouth,
thence 40 chaim west lo post of commencement
dontafning 400 acres more or less.
Dated Sept. 18, 1911. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
I'ub. Sept. 23 *���'""' ��'	
LAND PURCHASE NOT
tnt* 5
I'rince
���.-,..
'on ml
Skeena Land DUtrict���District of Co
Take notice that LcRoy K. Gran
Kuprrt, II. C, occupation civil enter
to aphly for permiasion to purchas*1 I
described lands:
Commencing at a poat planted tboul
in a northerly direction from the non
past of Lot 13-.., Range 1, Coart Dblnci, m-w-
easl 30 chains, thence north 60 chl i . !�����������
west to bank of river, thence toutl. "-***-1*
bank of river to point of commencem** ti ron*
lainin* 160 acres, more or less. ,,_���
mi!��*
one
Gordon C. Emm.
Dated Sept. 9, 1911
Pub. Oct. 14,
Skeena Land District���District of Coast
Take notice that I, Christopher Jam
of Prince  Hup rt, B. C, occupation I
engineer, Intend to apply fur permiasion i I
the following described lands:
Commencing at a poat planted at <
west corner of Lot No. 1733 vlcinin
Lakelse and marked Christopher J.
N. E. Corner, thence west 40 chains, tl
80 chains, thence eut 40 chains, thenn'
chains to post of commencement;
320 aciea, mote r,r less.
CHRISTOPHER  JAS,   GRAHAM.   I
Dated Sept. 22. 1911. 11.66 A.M. ���Witn.
Laird.
Pub. Sept. 30.
������*������MM������
, -Went
UCtfl* I
raham
.���nve
���ilh
ininf
ilnf
iT.D
1   4__kP.i*,_*-*       Ptrtrifl    Of    COUl    Umrsmm    f.
Cm*,
ind'
The James 2
Nicely furnished rooms.  Good tuM* I   '
Bo.rd $4.75        Room .nd Bo.rel |T.M
QUALITY 111,111 rue*
A, ifl A, ii m ���-**'
LINDSAY'S
CARTAGE and
. STORAGK
iwwraarjss
INSERT YOUR LAND PURCHASE
NOTICES IN THE
NEWS
G. T. P. Transfer Agent,
Order, promptly filled.   Prices re��s,,nnl-l'*
OKF1CE-H. B. Rochester. Centre St.    II"""
For row boats and launches
Telephone 320 green. Davis
Boat House.

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