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Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
ML II,  NO. 231
Prince Rupert, B.C., Tuesday, October 10, 1911.
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CANADA MADE A MISTAKE
REJECTING RECIPROCITY
o Declared President Taft in Speech at Bellingham���
Thinks That After a Few Years of Experience
Canada Will Come to Think Right About It
we are the older country. Afler
some years of experience it is
quite possible ihey will come to
take the right view. Whether ihey
do so or nol, if they don't grow
as rapidly as we do, and as rapidly
as they might have grown, they
cannot say it was our fault. I
think you will agree with me
that in rejecting reciprocity they
make a mistake."
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Seattle, Oct. 10.���"Canada may
!l iDine to realise that injrejecting
t-ipioi-ity they made a big mis-
ke," declared President Taft
the course of a speech following
i arrival at Bellingham last
;l,l.
Tin* speech was delivered before
big crowd,  which  had  flocked
hear  the  President, and who
Itiied anxiously to any remark
nut the fate of the reciprocity
[cement.
'I  think we know little morc
iliis side," he said, "than the
Haitians do on their side, because
Masonic Ball
The Tsimpsean Lodge A. F.
and A. ML of Prince Rupert, contemplate holding ii ball on October 31st.
IG DRY DOCK
FOR TORONTO
It Will not Equal the One
Prince Rupert Will Have
bronto, Oct. 8.���By an Order-
Council recently passed by tlie
lii'iim Governmeni tlie Poison
|r Works, of Toronto, is to gel
line per rent bonus yearly
Jtwenty years on $900,000, to
Ispi'M in building a new steel
[dock and repair shop i:i Toronto
bur. All financial arrange-
lis for the project have been
���ummated ami operations will
|ct immediately.
In* dock will be built in three
lions, two of which will be
Dieted by the first of next
lr and ready lo dock vessels
Ithe spring. The two sections
*n coupled will be 400 feet
by 100 feet wide. The
ing capacity of these two seeps will be 4500 Ions in all,
lul iit- of handling the largest
���scls row on Lake Oi'tario.
Jen the third section is built,
lifting capacity will be in-
|u*ai'd and the total length of
.lock will be 800 feet.
SAW CANADA GROW
Timer Fur Trader Died in
Senator Chevrier
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Winnipeg,   (di.    10.���Senator
Itviitr, of Manitoba, tlied here
fight, aged "I.   II.* was an old
efur trader in the Red River
iti iii.
OLD   "EGERIA" SOLD
Sloop of War Used in Rupert
Harbor Surveys Fetched
$6,800.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Victoria, Oct. 10.���The sloop of
wai* Kgeria was soltl by auction
today to the Vancouver branch of
the navy league for $0,800. The
Kgeria is to be used as a training
ship for boys on Billiard Intel.
As the survey ship which cruised
the waters of Dixon's 'Entrance
and the harbor here the Kgeria
is specially interesting to Prince
Rupert citizens,
DOUGLAS VS. CLAYTON
The    "Redoutable"    and    the
"Heaven Born" at It Again
"The people all seem to get
after me about the lights in this
cily. I refer them to Alderman
Clayton, but they don'l seem to
be able to come across him."���Altlernian Douglas.
"Not the class of people you
represent, certainly ."���Aldennan
Clayton.
"The class I represent is the
best class to represent. It's the
cream of the town."���Aldennan
Douglas.
that the plankway in question is
not on city property.
Mr. W. A. Mackenzie was the
spokesman in the matter of the
other petition which was lo prevent
if possible the carrying out of the
scheme proposed in the earliest
plans for the grading of Fifth
avenue at Fulton street this scheme
involving tlu* excavation of the
natural rise here to a depth of
about fifteen feet. This the petitioners hold will be costly for
the city, will lay it heavy burden
of excavation work upon lot owners
here. Mr. Mackenzie went the
length ol saying that the ivdients
here as planned by Nature, were
good, and to interfere with them
would disfigure the whole district.
This matter was also left with
the board of works meantime.
DISAPPOINTING  CENSUS
Canada's    Population    Under
Seven and a Half Millions
Ottawa.   Oct.   10.���It   is  now
believed that thc census figures
for the Dominion will be below
the seven million and a half mark.
For fit, finish and durability
try one of Sweder Brothers' custom
tailored suits. o!4
SEAT OPENED
FOR COCHRANE
New Minister Will Sit as Member   for   Rainy   River
Fort William, Oct. 10. -It is
reported here that lion. Frank
Cochrane will be nominated to
represent the district in the Dominion Parliament, and thut he
will be elected by acclamation,
as Mr. James Conmee, Liberal
cai didate, has retired. It is Baid
that Mr. J. J. Carrick will return
to the Provincial Legislature as
member for Port Arthur and will
be given the cabinet seal lo be
vacated by Mr. Cochrane.
VANCOUVER   WINS
Tecumsehs 3, Vancouver 9, in
Lacrosse at Victoria
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver.   Oct.   10.���In   the
lacrosse  match  at   Victoria
tcrtlay the score read:
Tecumseh 8, Vancouver 9.
yes-
Criminal Assizes
Vancouver Oct. 10. (Special)���
The new Provincial Court House
wtis opened today with the com-
mencemenl of the fall criminal
assizes. Jutlgt* Murphy and Judge
Mclnnes on behalf of the bench
congratulated the authorities for
providing a building which it is
claimed is one of the finest buildings
in Canada. Mr. McPhillips on
behalf of the Grand Jury also
complimented the Government on
the beautiful edifice.
CASE OF FRED CLARK
Prince Rupert Postoffice Money
Order Forgery Trial Goes on
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver Oct. 10.���The jury
found a true bill in the case of
("red Clarke charged with forgery
of a postoffice money order at
Prince Rupert. His trial is proceeding.
MONDAY BASEBALL
National League
Boston 11   Philadelphia ,r>.
Chicago 6  Pittsburg 5.
Cincinnati 3 Sr. Louis G.
Pacific Coast League
Portland 2 3; Vernon 4 0.
American League
All Stars 5 Philadelphia 2.
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners, Phone 4
THE CABINET LIST IS CHANGED
Borden Drops Rogers, Nantel, Middlebro, Broder and Armstrong
for Dr. Reid, Col. Hughes, Crothers, Kemp and Lougheed.
BURRELL IS MINISTER OF AGRICULTURE
ReAised List Gives Quebec Four Instead of Five Ministers and Ontario Seven���
Rudolphe Forget Was Offered a Seat in Cabinet But Had to Refuse it
Owing to Business Reasons���Final Selection Haa Gone Before
the Governor-General and Received Assent
H.S.CLEMENTS COMING
Wants   to    Learn   Something
About His Constituency
Vancouver, Oct. 10,    (Special)���
H. S. Clements, M. P., left for
Prince Rupert tonight to study
the needs of  the riding previous
to goii'g to Ottawa.
ILEVENTH AVE. RESIDENTS
MUST BUILDtlWN SIDEWALK
ptition Was Unfavorably Received  Last Night���Property Owners Also Object to the Proposed
Excavation of Grade at Fifth
St. and Fulton St.
ditch gave il as his opinion  that
the plankway would have to input in at the expense of the
residents requesting il. "II has
never been the policy of lhe city
to build plankways In the way
asked," he saitl. Refined lo the
public works department lhe matter will have attention, bui little
hope was held OUt that the plankway wouhl be speedily constructed.
The idea of some of the petitioners .that thc present "Lovers'
Lane" be used as part of the
scheme was discouraged by Altlernian Hilditch .on the ground
iTwo petitions for street changes
pre received last night by the
Sty council  and referred  to  the
lard of works.   The first group of
Iti tinners requested that a plank-
ly   be   constructed   connecting
|eventli avenue with Section Six
Ninth   avenue   and   bridging
fcys Creek so as to save a wide
ltour, and enable properly owners
develop and improve their lots
Ire.     Several   petitioners  siatetl
leir intention to build and reside
J the district if it were thus made
Icessible.   On behalf of the public
prks department Alderman Hil-
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, Oct, 10.���Mr. Borden
completed the final selection of
Ilis Cabinet last night and made
an announcement as to the distribution of portfolios today This
has several point! of difference
from the numbers previously announced, the names of Dr. J. D.
Reid, T. W. Crothers. Colonel
Sam Hughes, A. K. Kemp, and
Senator Lougheed being announced
in place of \V. B. Nantel, W. S.
Middlebro, Andrew Broder, J. E.
Armstrong and Hon. Robert Rogers.
The new division of the ministers
with  their  portfolios, divided according to provinces is as follows:
Maritime Provinces
Hon. R. L. Borden. President of
Council.
Hon. J. D. Hazen, Marine and
Fisheries.
Quebec
Hon. Charles Doherty, Minister
of Justice.
Hon. L. P Pelletier, Postmaster-
General.
Mr.  F. D. Monk, Minister of
Public Works.
Mr. George H. Pcrley, portfolio
undecided.
Ontario
While, Minister of
I). Reid, Minister of
Crothers,   Minister   of
Mr. W. T
Finance.
Dr.  J.
Customs.
T.  W.
Labor.
Colonel Sam  Hughes,  Minister
��� >f Militia,
Hon. Frank Cochrane- Minister
of Railways and Canals.
Hon. C.eorge K.  Foster, Trade
and Commerce.
A. E, Kemp, portfolio undecided.
Manitoba
Dr. W. J.  Roche, Secretary of
State.
Alberta and Saskatchewan
Senator Lougheed, portfolio undecided.
British Columbia
Martin Burrell, Minister of Agriculture.
This selection has been submitted to the Governor-General
and has received the official approval.
Forget Left Behind
A seal in the Cabinet was
offered to Mr. Rudolphe Forget,
of Montreal, bin he had to decline
the honor for awhile, as the
question   of   granting   a   charter
to the Banqua International in
which he is heavily Interested will
have to come before the new
Governmeni for consideration.
COUNTERFEITING GANG
ON VANCOUVER ISLAND
New York Police Arrest Albert Leon, a Russian Jew,
Who Has Had a Spurious Bill-Factory at
Nootka for Making Bogus Notes
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Washing ton, Oct. 10.���After a
search across the continent and
up into British Columbia, secret
service operatives today captured
Albert Leon, a Russian Jew and
political refugee as he was about
lo leave New York for South
America. He is alleged to be the
head of an extensive counterfeiting gang which Hooded the
Pacific Coast with spurious notes
from headquarters oh Vancouver
Island.
Leon was first located two miles
from the Indian village of Nootka,
on the west coast of Vancouver
Island. Leon had a small cabin
in the woods there p.r.d gave out
he was prospecting ar.d timber
cruising. After lhe arnst of his
confederate Merrek who was arrested at Chicago in lhe act of
passing bogus more)' Merrek confessed the "sweating" took place
at Nootka
American anil Canadian police
made a  trip to ihe  Vancouver
island   Coast,   where   ihey   found
Leon's cabin with the instruments
employed in making bogus notes.
Plans were at once laid  lor his
arrest which took place before he
could leave New York.
CITY POWDER PURCHASE
All City Explosives are at Present Bought Through an Intermediary.
The city's system of purchasing powder for civic works was
discussed last right. Aldennan
Hilditch said that the method
at present was to -purchase through
an intermediary, as Mr. Riechel,
ihe ('.gent for the explosives com
pany, preferred n��'i to sell in small
quantities and the cily had no
powder house in which a supply
of powder could be ktpt.
In view of the coming extensive
city work which will require a
good ileal of dynamite, Alderman
Clayton suggested building a powder house, and purchasing in larger
quantities direct. Alderman llil-
ditch wa.s inclined to think that
the idea is not workable, as the
difference in price is only about
three or four per cent, antl the
cost of building a powder house
would more than absorb lhe swing.
STEAMER RAN
INTO THE PIER
G. T. P. MEN STRIKE
Boilermakers and Machinists
Go out at Winnipeg Tomorrow.
On   lhc etlitorial  page  will  be
found   nn   interesting   "forecast"
of the distribution of portfolios,
based on the early announcement
of the Cabinet. The article was
printed before the late despatch
Came in this afternoon. The News
disavows  the accusation of being
in the confidence ol Mr. Borden.
ELECTRIC SYSTEM MAY SOON BREAK DOWN
Citizens are Warned to be Ready With Their Lamps���Everything Depends Upon
Whether the Engine Belt Will Last Out Another Two Weeks
There is only one bell available
for lhe main drive at lhe cily
light plant. No spare bell was
ordered wiih the plant) and when
efforts were made some time ago
to get one il was found lhat the
nearest place where one could
be obtained was Toronto. So
thc light committee decided t"
trust in Providence, and run the
one belt they had.
Meanwhile the citizens kepi asking   for   more   light,   and   more
light still, and the obliging committee kept ordering the management to load Up power and transmission gear io tin* inmost. Superintendent Love ran the plant up
to the limii of safely. Still the
cry was for mote light. Superintendent Love warned the council
of the state of affairs. "More
Light" was siill llu* demand. So
the superintendent coaxed another
burst of work out  of the engine,
saw to it  that everything was
done  to ensure  smooth  running,
antl commending the life of the
over-worked belt to Heaven
squeezed oul more juice than the
plant ever dreamt was in it.
Everything depends now on the
belt. If the belt snaps, gel out
your lanterns. A new one is
being ordered by next mail, but
it may take two weeks to arrive,
so be prepared, ami don't say
you weren't warned. The council
awoke to the situation last night,
ami ordered the belt in a hurry.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Winnipeg, Oci. 10.���Boilermakers and machinists of lhe G. T. P.
to the number of 350 will go out
on strike tomorrow morning. Negotiations looking like a settlement
are not yet matured. This will
affeel points ali along the line
from Westfott, Out., to B. C Tinmen demand 41 cents an hour for
an eight-hour day
Big Steamer Northwestern
Charged the Wharf at Ketchikan at Full Speed���Telegraph Broke.
Seattle, Oct. 10.- With lur bow
plates bent and part of her railing
on the porl side crushed as the
result of a collision in the harbor
al Ketchikan, the steamer Northwestern, of the Alaskan Steamship
Company is in Seattle undergoing
repair.
While the vessel Was docking
at the Alaska port ilu- telegraph
line connecting the pilot house
and the engine room broke, giving
the full s|K*ed ahead signal. Before
her engineer could be notified of
the mishap the North western was
under headway, and, fouling the
Boating cannery Glory of the
Seas, crashed obit the pier.
A small launch which was directly in the path of the vessel
wa.s run down and sunk antl one
of the heavy piling was snapped
off when the bow of the vessel
Clashed inio ihe pier.
Victoria, Oct lit- (SpeciaQ��� It
is reporied thai ten workmen on
C  N. R. construction are buried
alive by the caving in of bank in
Colwood, Vancouver Island today.
Two are known io in- killed.  The
rest are being extricated as fast SS
possible.
Philip T. Nichols*, charged with
cheque   frauds,   c.'llie   before   the
magistrate again today and was
tefflanded until tomorrow morning.
MAY BUILD NEW FIRE HALL
CLOSE T0PRESENT SITE
Plana are All Ready���New Building Will Have Quarters
for Fire Chief and Men--Committee are Deciding Question of Site
Plai'd for the niw fire hall are
siill before the committee awaiting
decision regarding the sile which
is now all lull settled, ll is likely
that the new fire hall will be placed
between Fifth street ard Fulton
street, close to the present site,
and will have a basement going
down lo lhe level of Fifth streei
in which will be stored the city
road roller and rock crusher with
apartments upstairs for the fire
chief, assistant chief and the men,
Stalls for ii team of horses housing
for the auto, and hose reels, etc.
Five thousand dollars has been
-el   BSlde  by  the council  for  the
erection of the fire hull.
Alderman Kerr remarked last
night   that   as   lhe   present   fire
lighting appliances are ell in good
shape,  there  will  be  little  extra
their   wagons,   etc.     lt    is   the 1 equipment  lo purchase,  and  the
final decision on this point which! sum ot five thousand dollars should
delays the creation of the building I Cover   all    the   necessary   outlay
al once. Ion   the  building.    Alderman   Hil-
The plans were belore the covin- Iditch seems rather dubious P.bOUt
cil last night. They provide for lit, but the work will not be dc-
a   line   lire   hall   with   residential |layed once the site is settled, THE DAILY NEWS
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noii-ilt'livery or inattention on the part of the news carriers.
an organiser will probably receive the portfolio of Railways and Canals,
and his confrere from Manitoba, Hon. Robert Rogers the portfolio
for the Interior.
A well deserved honor is that done to Dr. Roche of Marquette.
He is the ablest of the Western Conservatives, and lias served the
House since 1890. He is a keen debater and has an unblemished
reputation.
Although no official statement has been made on thi
it may be not unfairly assumed that Hon. Richard McBride
refusal of a portfolio. An honor shown to Whitney, Hasten
and Cochrane could not be denied Hon. Mr McBride without giving
offence. Apparently Biiiish Columbia's Premier decided his political
chances were better at home than as a mere lieutenant in Mr. Borden's
Cabinet. This has given Martin Burrell his chance. Though an
agriculturalist by calling, it would not be unusual for Mr, Burrell
to be given the portfolio of marine or militia or mines, with the probability that it wi'l be the latter.
The  News expects to see  the portfolios distributed somewhat
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A TENDERFOOT'S WOOING j~j j
By CUve Phillips Wolley
(AUTHOR OP GOLD,  GOLD IN CAHIUOO,   ETC.)
Anstruther'B door won wide open,
but from where he stood Jim euulil
pot see Into the room, neither could
he hear anyone moving In It, but to
prevent accidents hc eat down and
took off his boots, and then with them
ln his hand, stole quietly along tho
Daily Edition.
Tuesday. Oct. 10
WHY PUNISH PRINCE RUPERT
Yesterday the Vancouver Criminal Assizes opened with' a large
number of cases on the docket. About ten cases come from Prince
Rupert and district, and will take much of the time at disposal down
below. Over and over again efforts have been made by those in
authority here, and others having influence in the community, to
have the Criminal Assizes held in Prince Rupert to serve the district,
which is busy, and grows more populous every month. But so far
Attorney General Bowser absolutely flouts the suggestion, though
it has been urged upon him by city council members, by leading
lawyers, by thc Mayor, and by many prominent men of his own
political persuasion as well as by men of the opposition party.
Roughly it lws cost the Province nearly ten thousand dollars
to have Prince R.ipert cases sent down below, and the cost of holding
the Assizes here would be far less. A civil assize court will certai.lv
be held here shortly, and the citizens naturally ask "Why not also
a criminal court?"   The reply lies with Attorney General Bowser.
as
follows:
President of Council, Hon. R. L. Borden.
Finance, Minister Mr. W. T. White.
Minister of Justice, Hon.. Charles Doherty.
Minister of Agriculture, Mr. Andrew Broder.
Postmaster General, Hon. L, P. Pelletier.
Trade and Commerce, Hon. C.eorge E. Foster.
Minister of Customs, Mr. George Perley.
Minister of Interior, Hon. Robert Rogers.
Solicitor General, Mr. W. S. Middlebro.
Secretary of State, Hon. J. 1). Hazen.
Inland Revenue and Mines, Mr. Martin Burrell.
Minister of Labor, Mr. J.  E. Armstrong.
Minister of Public Works, Mr. F. D. Monk.
Minister of Militia, Dr. W. |. Roche.
Minister of Marine, Mr. W. B. Nantel.
Minister of Railways, Hon. Prank Cochrane.
PASSING COMMENT
A local preacher has enunciated the quaint theory that war
between nations is a. God permitted feature of the world's life for
the civilizing of peoples.   In the same address he scored boxing contests.
Logic was never a long suit with the theologians
THE    NEW    CABINET
San Francisco society is deeply stirred over the great question
as to whether the list of viands at the Taft banquet on the 13th shall
be called "menu" or bill of fare"    The snobs among them affirm
In raking the Provincial Cabinets from one end of Canada to
the other in seeking able lieutenants, Mr. Borden is aiming to secure
n ministry of all the talents, or at least of all the Conservative talent.
There are several surprises in it, though none of them startling.
The chief surprise is in the admittance of Hon. J. D. Hazen, Premier
of New Brunswick.    His name had scarcely been mentioned in the
discii.-sions, whereas that of Mr. E. N. Rhodes, member for Cumberland, N. S., had been freely mentioned for the Solicitor-Generalship,
and that of Mr. Oswald Crocket member for York, N. B., had been
mentioned in connection with the portfolio of Inland Revenue.   However, unto him that hath shall be given, and Premier Hazen enters
Mr. Borden's Cabinet, while the two faithful retainers from the Maritime Provinces will continue to serve the House as ordinary members.
The personnel of the new element was briefly reviewed in thc
news columns of yesterday's News, after word of their selection arrived.
With one correction lhat stands, namely, thc case of Hon. Mr. Pel-
lelier. who, it transpires, is Hon. L. P. Pelletier, an ex-member of
the Taillon and Bouchervillc governments, instead of Hon. Jean Pelletier, the Speaker of thc Quebec House.   Hon. L. P. Pelletier is one
of the most brilliant of platform speakers among thc French Canadians, and captured Quebec county from J. P. Turcotte.   The Postmaster Generalship will probably be his reward.
Wiih live Ministers, Quebec is very well looked after. Four
was considered to be the limit by many competent observers, but
thc decision to leave Saskatchewan and Alberta without Cabinet
represent ill ion had left Senator Lougheed without an expected portfolio, and gives Quebec her chance. With Mr. Monk, Mr. Wilfrid
Nantel and Hon. Mr. Pelletier in charge of portfolios, the French
in Quebec should be well satisfied. If thc analysis of Quebec ministers
be on the ground of faith instead of race, French sentiment will be
even morc satisfied, for Hon. Charles Doherty is a co-religionist of
Messrs. Monk, Na.itcl and Pe'lcticr.
Mr. Rudolphe Forget .vas supposed to have ambitions on a
portfolio for himself, and was one of those called to Ottawa to consult
with Mr. Borden. But neither he. nor Mr. Casgrain are in the honor
list.
The selection of Mr. W. T. White means that he will preside over
the department of Finance, hitherto sup|K)sed to be Hon. George E.
Foster's special reserve. Mr. Foster will probably lie given the portfolio o| Tnde ami Commerce.
Hon. Frank Cochrane, with an excellent record in Ontario as
that "bill of fare" is not countenanced in "the best circles
only be found iii second class bote's and railroad stations
Why not compromise by railing il the grub index?
and c.
It is rot on record thai French is Bill's strong point, antl for
safety's sake it wouhl be wiser to stick to the English Wha. iniglii
happen for instance if Bill like another distinguished American were
to take a chance and call for the "may-noo " The San Francisci
snobs should remember the fate of that distinguished Highland chief-
lain the Duke of Argyll tells of. At lnvera.ty Castle for the firsl linn
in his life he slept in a house with sanitary conveniences, and he wa.s
critical over breakfast. "It's brew an" handy nae doot, but a fai-.d
it kin' o' low for washin' in mascl'," he remarked i<> ihe astonished
household. ���
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COMING TO PRINCE RUPERT
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General Hardware��� *
Builders' Hardware
Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves
Graniteware       Tinware
SECOND
AVENUE
The Williams Stock Company after completing a most successful
engagement of twelve weeks in Victoria will open at the
EMPRESS THEATRE
-FOR ONE WEEK, COMMENCING���
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 11th
.Whites Portland Cement..
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EMMERSON
AGENT
Altera.ions io ihe Grand Trunk
Pacific Steamship Company's liners
Prince George and Prince Rupert,
costing approximately 150.000 will
be made in the near future. The
work Includes the converting of
the vessels i ito oil burners, which
nib  be fodowed by alterations
which   will   give   the   steamships
anenilrel) new appearance. Twcn-
ly four fee is lo be cut off the
three fu.iuels on each of the Iwo
steamships, aid they will look
more like fast armored Cruisers
than passenger vcsfels. The
change  will   also  give  a  bulldog
effect, exemplifying the tenacity
of the ('.rami Trunk Pacific company in lhe competition for business.
Captain C. M. Nicholson, man
ager of the Coaal service of the
compai y, has arranged for ihe
purchase of fuel oil lo be used
in the operation of lhe two vessel*-.
Officials of lhc company say that
there will be no need of the long
funnels, which produce the greal
tlraft for the coal-biiri'iiig engines,
after the vessels are convened
into oil burners. The change will
also result in a reduction of twelve
men  in   ihe enws of  the  Prime
George nnd Prince Rupert.
A ��� nl 11.lul list of dramas and comedies will be produced
Prices:    50c,   75c,    $1.00
Reserved Seat Bale opens In Theatre offlce Mon., Oct. Sth, 10 a.m.
Phot* 125       Naden Block       Second Ave
passage and peeped through between
the door and the jamb.
Anstruther had gone, but the room
could not be said to be empty, for the
door of it was covered wlili mountains
of clothes, as Jlm had never dreamed
of, piled pell mell In a great heap,
whilst, as he said afterwards, there
were "boots enough for a battalion,
and coats like blankets at a potlatcli."
As he looked he heard the horses
stamping in the kitchen.
"Going,   is   ho?    I  blanked   if he j
shall!" he muttered, and without stopping to think, he ran down Into the |
kitchen.
But the sight which met him there
���staggered Jlm Combe, so that lie stood
gaping with his boots still In his
hand.
Anstruther In full hunting costume
���pink coat, immaculate leathers, lop
hat, and gloves���turned and faced
him. His horse, looking enormous
alongside tlio weedy counirybieils,
,was standing as siill as a Sheep In the
-middle of I.',... room, faring the win*
flow, from which AnBtruther had contrived to take the Bashes.
"What In���"
"Going to bed, Jlm?" asked Anstruther easily, Interrupting him nnd looking wllh a grin at Combe's boots.
''Sorry to bother you. but before you
turn In you might put those up again
lor me," and he pointed to the Bashes.
"But���"
"Say I'll bo baek Boon. So long!"
and, before Combe had realized what
was happening, AnBtruther swung cleverly Into his saddle and put his horse
at the window.
Combe saw Anstruther tinieh the
(real horse with his heel. li. ard his
"Up, boy," as they eame lo tha low
window sill, and then the beast's
great quarters were gathered ..eneitth
lt and like n eat or. to be more exact,
a well-broken lleyihrop hum r. Kud*
dy-Koro reared and popped over Inio
���pace.
The little cramped Jump would have
done more to um.m Combe limn tha
worst buck, but (he man from Piccadilly sat as If he was in a rocking-
chair.
So quietly had Anstmthcr made his
preparations, and the Indians' feint
had served him so well, that, with
tho single exception of Jlm Combe,
no one had any Idea until they saw
him from the windows, trotting quietly towards the Indians, who had Just
returned to their lines, their horsts
a trifle pumped by thc wild gallop
thev had indulged In.
Km- a hundred yards hc trotted
quietly, and then slopping unconcern-
filly, as If he had been at a meet In
his own country, he turned nnd uncovered to the ladles. Biniling and
.���ailing a message to them, the words
of which they could nol catch.
Considering the probability of a
volley, it was very gallant fooling, and
worthy of thc good sportsman In*
looked, and at any rate It was better
and more merciful lo Kilty than a
tearful leave-taking.
Perhaps hc meant it so. but Anstruther was never one ot those who
parade their good Intentions.
Replacing his hot aud waving hli
hand to ihem, ha turned In his saddle,
and at a quiet trot rode ateadlly (towards the Indian lines, the great
horse reaching at his bit and showing
plainly how good the turf felt under
his feel alter so many days on a
boarded floor.
"Great Inn.ens! The boy has gone
mad!" cried Holt. "Can no one slop
him?"
"Best let him play his own hand
now, Uos>." growled Al, whose i y, |
were beginning to glitter with cxclti-
ment and i...: rsiandlng. "lie knows
his long suit. None of us do. Maybe
he's going to play peace-maker."
This may have been the Idea whleli
kept the Indians quiet, though ihat
could hardly have been Al's reading
of thc riddle, or lhc old man's thin
nostrils would not have been working
so nervously, and though such an at*
tire as Anslnilher's would have been
In keeping with ihe traditions of old
time Hudson Hay factors when going
to a solemn meeting, he carried no
white flog or other wilfully misleading emblem.
But he rode unarmed. Bseopl for
his horn-handled hunting crop, he carried nothing, and in ll.ls fashion, ro-
straining his horse to the steadiest
trot, he advnmetl with the utmost unconcern to within fifty yards of the
wondering Chllrotens without a shot
fired or a word spoken, whilst his
friends watched him with their hearts
ln their mouths.
At fifty yards from the Indian lln s.
a  dosen   volees  challenged   him,  but
COAL NOTK'i:
two hundred yards' start, he was heading for Soda Creek as the crow flies.
"Hc tins forgotten the canyon,"
groaned Jlm Combs.
"He hain't done no such thing," con*
tradiilid Al. "Thill's what he's a*
plaviu' lor."
Jlm looked at the old man and
understood.
"He ean't do It.    No horse could."
"Hc can. A buck couldn't. A horse
couldn't, but he's a goln' to. Great
Scott!    See  that!"
Perhaps linlf a dozen Indians followed directly In Aii8trullier's footsteps
like n pack of liotindB running ln view,
but thc ninlii body of them, realizing
their quarry's mistake, skirted, making for tht dip whore the road went
through, to which they Imagined he
must eventually come, If ho would
cross the canyon.
Kor half a mile the going was good,
firm, grass-covered cattle land, and,
over this the red coat Balled, going
two lengths for every one covered by
his pui-siiciB. Hut beyond this for
several hundred yards, the land was
boggy, and when Al spoke, Anstruther slipped out of thc saddle and ran
by his horse's side, whilst the Indians
seeing this, made desperate efforts to
overtake him. and played their horses
clean out.
Once through the little bog, be waa
In the saddle again, cantering easily
until, to those watching him, he
ne-riiied on the very brink of the canyon, with the broken pine close on bis
rlghi.
Then he shook his horse together,
crammed his hat on his head, and
went at his death  hands down.
To five people still alive, there ts
one second In their past lives which
was more than a day long.
When it was over, a fair-haired girl
sank quietly to the ground, and tor
the first time In her life Mrs. Rolt did
not move to help a sister ln trouble.
She could not. Her great eyes were
wide with the hunger of seeing; her
little hands clenched and her parted
lips white: and when Al, speaking as
If he were In church, whispered: "I
lake il all back about them duds.
There ain't no flies on fox-hunting,"
the others burst into hysterical laughter which wns perilously near tears,
im* the red coat had cleared the canyon, ������.lumped it, by gum; jomped It
��� lar!" as the old song Bays, aud was
|Bailing away, a dim pink spot, straight
as the crow files for Soda Creek.
Skoens Land District���Ulntrk-i ,
lake nutlnitlmt thirty ilu*.
Balnter of Prinoe Rupert, D
bookkeeper, intend to applv
miaaionor ol Luii-la for uIky,
coal and petruleum on ami ,'
land on I Iridium lalund eU-scur
Commencing ut a pual pla i
of Coal Loimo No. 4.167, mar]
Leaae No. 1. N. E, corner, m',-,,,.
thenco aouth  Ml  ciiains,  thai   ���
thonco north 80 chuins (��� plant ul
Hated Sept. 11, IU 11     O. E   ill;
Tub. Sept 21). '
Skeena Land District��� DUtricl ���.
Take notice thut thirty d��\ | ���/
Bainter ot I'rince Unpen, il i
bookkeeper, iiiumii to spply to
miaaioner ot Lunda tor u licenc,
coal and pulruloum on anil m
land on Graham Islund duaeni-. ,
Commencing at u post pU
-1*1-, Luculur
'-��� *��� * u' liurlotte
"".''it-'rlrC.t
,..' '"*'���   *-'*"H*
~  '" liro>|H*n ������,
'���"-.1,111 acta ol
own
olCoal Leaao'No. 4I6T,",,.,;, |   ���������������
corner No. 2. thoncu aoulh mi ,.-.."..' "* ��.
80 chaina, thenco nurth bit cl
80 chaina to placo ol QommoncQi       	
DatedSept. 11,1(11,    C E. BA1NTFI1 i
Pub. Sept. 2S. "'������-������������it.Uato.
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Docs the story want finishing? Before A ill-tin'. ,-r had ridden for a couple of hours, a large posse of men
eame over n rise and were startled by
the vision of a white-faced madman
riding arroas the Chilcoten country In
the uniform of the Vale Hunt; moreover, lhc madman was bo mad that he
could barely speak intelligibly, and he
nppenred to be swooning from pain,
though on him was no trace of a
wound.
They brought him bnck with them
to the ranch, from which, al their approach thc Chllcotens vanished like
thc mists of morning, and it was
Horseley. the leader of tho posse, who,
a month later, talking to Jlm Combe
over a pipe, said:���
"Like will to like, Jlm. She'd never
have made a wife for you, old chap.
You'll have to plug along same as we
all do until you find another Mrs.
Holt���If the world holds one."
The End.
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...FORJRENT...
6-room   House  on  8th Ave., section fi.
Partly furnished, $22 n month
...FOR SALE...
Letts  8  and  9,   block  34. sec. 8, $000.
Easy cash and terms
Lot 19, block 26, sec. fi.     Easy  terms.
Lot 22, block 24, sec. fi, $800.
Lot 17, block 49, sec. 7, $3fi().   $fi0 cash
and $2fi per month.
Fire, life, Accident ind Liability Insurance
JOHN DYBHAVN
Pattullo Block.
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I w. j. McCutcheon j
��� rn.rir-.-x-omplete iiM-k of DrniM.    Special
i attention paid to filling prescriptions.
! Theatre Block pboni No. n Second Are.
COAL NOTICE
SkMna Und Dlitrict���Dlitrict of Queen Charlott*
I aland*
Taka notln that Auatin M. Hrown of Frlnee
Kupert, aaddler. Intendi to apply to tha Chief
Commlwtoner of Landi and Worka for a licence
to tironuect for coal, oil and petroleum on and
under tne following: daacribed landi on the Weet
Coaat of Graham Inland:
Commencini at a pott planted two mllea ea*t
of the northeaat corner of C. L. No. 4478 thence
aouth R0 chaina, thence weat 80 chaini, thence
north 80 chaina, thenee eaat 80 chaini to point of
commencement.
AUSTIN M- 11IU1WN   Locator
Located Slat July. 1011.
I Pub. Aut- 17.
To be loved, be lovable.
Ue hard), but bo not hard.
Min I,.-. - are no honey bees.
Play not with fire nor ill desire.
Pegging away  will win thc day.
Father's  fraud drives  sons abroad.
A maid's best dress ts bashfulness.
Heller be one-sided than two-faced.
Turn your backs on village clacks.
When Wife will gad, husband Is sad.
Desired things may not be desirable.
Pear ol failure Is father of failure.
Heller single still than wedded III.
Iluy not silk while you owe for milk.
An limii u friend is an uncracked
nut.
She who buys " bargains " Is often
" sold."
Avoid what makes In thy pocket a
void.
Sellers need tongues; buyers need
eyes.
Why kill nol I lei if you grow thistles?
If you ean't be clever you can be
clean.
It's risky riding when the devtl Is
driving.
Heiier do than dream; better be
than seem.
Add pence to pence, for wealth
comes hence.
Skeena Land Diatrict���Diatriet -,: n
Take notico that thirty ilu-, (roni
Balnter ol I'rinco lluperl, 11. r
bookkeeper, intend lu upply <��� [|
miaaioner ot Landa fur u lie,,., ���,
coal and petroleum on uml undi:
land on Uraham Islund elescril,,-1 a
Commencing at a poat planted
<it Coal Leaao No. 4-176, markod ,'   *.*  i*
corner of Coal Leaae No. 3, tl,,., �� tut a'__?
thonceo north 80 chuins, thuno   weal  an 2?
thence aouth 80 chains to place n con nunoZS
EBBr"* ^BaiSSTSS
Skoena Land Dlitrict���Dlitrict ol Oman Cha**.
Take notice that ihirty dun (run, dtU j (- V*
Bainter of Prince llupert, It. c.. bj occuatk.
bookkeeper, intend lo upply lo UieYiiiA "
miaaioner of Landa for u licence tu pr__��ect i��
coal and petroleum un uml under EhQ acrea d
land on Graham Inland described u*. lullim.-
Commencing at a pom planted Ava mBae-a
of Coal Leaau No. 4470, marked I , I., it R ?
corner Coal Leaao No. 4, thenct- *sm\ Mj'ch��__.
thoncu north 80 chains, theuce Mit N tbiuT
thonce aouth 80 chaina to pltM ol ciiimm-.icvm.-M
Dnted Sept. U, 1011. C. E. BAINTEIL u2
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeona Lund Dlitrict���District of gutm ('hirlo'u
Take notice that thirty duys (n*m data i, (J V
Bainter of Prineo Rupert, li. t'.( by occupr,���
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the CbU ES
miaaiunur of Landa (or u licence to pru>pect {��
coal and petroloum on und uiuli-r b\** jenq ^
land on Graham laland dus.ril.Hil &-t mIu-av
Commencing at a poat planted two milu r.o'j.
of itako marked C. K. U. Coul L-vum? Nu. i, m-irta
N. K. corner C. E. 11. Coul 1..m.-.' Nu. j, ;.'rK
aouth bU chaina, thoncu wost .iu chain, tcccn
north 80 chaini, thence cast 60 chain:, u, \',n\\i
commencement.
DatedSept. 11,1911. C. E. HAINTKU. Lxu��
Pub. Sept. -.1.
Skeena Land Dlitrict���DUtricl o( Qwm Chntai
Take notico lhat thirty days frum umc, l.C t.
Bainter of Prinoe Kupert, H. C, by cccupttiu
bookkeeper, Intend ti apply tu thi i'i.i-I Cg_.
mtaalonur ot Landi for a licence tu p.'mitrct lot
coal and petroleum on and umirr mu acr�� ol
land on Graham laland described ua (t>llo����.
Commencing at a poat pUnt.< I i*.< ���..-.
of C. E. B. Coal Leaao No. ii, nun..��� i C K. Uuia
N. W. corner-* Coal Loaao No. ti, tlii-t.ct- auuta a
chaini, thence eaat 80 chain*, Oi.-ncc north N
chaina, ibence weal 80 chaini lu pkcv ut coa*
mencemont.
Dated Sept. 11,1911. C. E. UAlNTKll. Locw
Pub. Sept. 23
Skeena Land DUUict���DUtrict ol gmvn Chttai
Take notice that thirty daya fn>m ihw, 1.C.L
Bainter of Prince Kupert, H. ('., (���> occu^un
bookkeeper, intend to apply in tbo <
miaaionor of Landa for a llc-rncu to j'M-fi-f*. la
coal and petroloum on and under m<j ttrni
land on Graham liland dcitcribed h fatal
Commencing *���*- ��� poit planted tuu uu-n bom
ot C. E. B. Coal Leaae Nu. 8, Main 8 W. tune
Coal Leaao No. 7, thenco nurth ni chi-r.��, ttxstt
eut BO Chaini, thence aouth ni ohofc* ttao
weat 80 chains to place of comment
DatedSept. 11, 1911. C. E. BAINTEH, Utts
Pub. Sept. 23
Skeena Und DUtrict���DUtrict ot gmvn Chirim
Take notice that ihirty dayi (roni ditr, l.i'.L
Bainter of Prince Kupert, li. C. by uccumui
bookkeeper, inlend to apply to the I'tnrf u*
miaaioner of Landa for a licenci- tn pn^M i*
coal and petroleum on and umKr $j$ tcrtti
land on Graham laland deacrihed m Mm
Commencing at a poet plantc l ������-
of C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 4, mark.-J B I ivt*
C. E. B. Coal Leaao No. 8, themv I - Mn
ihence weat 80 chaina, thence to-j'.h **i tin*
thence eaal 80 chaini to pluce ut cunimcnCiaML
Paled Sept. 11, 1911. C. E. li.MNTl.K.Uaw
Pub. SepL 23
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict ut QmhOmM
Take nutico lhat thirty days Iron i_:..U l.
Bainter of Prlnco Kupert, B. C b) *****
bookkeeper. Intend to apply tu ih��> w.irf i��
miaaioner of Landa tor a licence to MMpM ��
coal and petroleum on and under Ml *���*> *
land on Graham laland doachti-ed us .'���>.. <*<
Commencing at a poat planted m�� Mjjjj
ot Coal Loaao No. 4474, marked C. *- I'*-*1
N. E. corner Coal Leaae No. '.', tlirc ���.*.:��
chaina, thence weat bO chains, ttic:,cv t~r.il
chaina,  thenco eaat  80 chains lo pMM U m
mencement. _  __
Dated Sept. 11,1911. C. E. BAlNUK.Un*
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skoena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Qo*M I
Take notice that thirty days Irom
Balnter of Prince Kupert. H. I.. bj of*!"
bookkeeper,  intnd to apply  to tal * '���'
miaiiuner of Landi for a licence to i-r-v    ,
coal and petroloum on and under Ml *&**
land on Graham laland deecrilMil m d :io��t
Commencing at a poat pUfitad DM m.** ��a
of C. E. B. Coal Leaae No, '.-, ��� ' '
corner C. E. B. No. 10. thonco south *> aufc
thenoe weat 80 chaina, Ihence north W ������
thenee eaat 80 chaina io place of < \m
DatedSept. 11, 1911. C. E. |..UMi.K.Uc*
Pub. Sept. 23.
FOSSILS AND GOLD
tho n^mm^ii^m^^ w��o��
Bainter of Prince Kupert. II. �� - "i ^a.
in Alnpkn lhc bones, and often the
entire bodies, of extinct animals, such j
 B
he rode on as If he had been deaf, | reindeer,  and  the  bison,   are   found
most abundantly In layers of soil
directly above gold bearing gravels.
So Intimate Is this association between fossil animal remains and aurl
Skeena Und DUtrict -District pjQMMf
Tako notico that thirty days fronm ***** '���)?
Balnter of Prince llupert, B. i . ��� '������'���",'*j���
kooper, Intend to apply to the Chh I . "'��^'*(
of Undi for a licenco to pm ��� ������ r vVi
petroleum on and under 940 ���)��������� * �� *****
Graham laland doacribed as l"!l - * , _,_.
Commencing at a post plante
t.f C. E. B. Coal Uaae No B, mi
of C. E. B. Coal Uaie No. II. u**'���.*��� ���M";1 4
rhaina,  thenco weat HO chains, th*"* �����"���
I chaina, thence eaat HO chaini to
mencement. _    t% ....... t^****
t>at~J Sept. 11, 1911.     C. E. P.MM Mi."""
Pub. Sept. 29.
' I ' '' ,
. I , x.
bookkeeper, intend"to'apply 10 1*  ''*'' ,,
ml-asloner ol Und lor a Bom* ' ' ''*,; *m\,
coal  and  petroleum  on ami  u��o��
land on Graham laland di*��rr.l--i >
Commencing at a port plant.*,! * *
of C. E. B. Coal Lena Nn- [t "'*'���'**, ,���, tMa
Coal Leaao No. II. thenn- -aiull
eaat  80 chaina,  Ihence norlh Mi '-."���
weat 80 chaina Xo place of conim-       IVim*
Dated Sept. 11,1911-    r   K- |,AISIM1,
I'ub. Sept. 23.
ist**
Skeena Und DUtricl���DUlrlrt ri
Take notico that thirty days lr.
Balnter ol Prlnco llupert. II- '
i*i,l��. t*
..l.-.H
without haste as without pauae.
Then there was a clank of Winches-!
ter iiiiini,!.. nn.l a rifle went up to a
redskin's shoulder, liefore thc butt
touched flesh, In thc last second of
grace, Anstruther spoke to tils horse
and touched him with his spurs, eo
that the gallant beast .unused to such
treatment, sprang madly forward on
tin- Instant, whilst Its rider bent over
Ita shoulder nnd rode ll headlong into
the volley which belched out to meet
blm.
"Give 'em hell! Oh. give 'em hell I"
���creamed old Al at the window, losing all control of himself, his face
working with excitement. "Didn't I
Say the rolt was clar grit? He's
through 'cm. I tell you. Miss Kitty,
{look. Don't shut your eyes, lasile.
Tour man's clear through 'em."
And he was.
. A beast coming at you Is ihe hard
*��t mark to hit. A mini In deadly
earnest la even harder, especially
-when you don't expect htm, and calculating upon this and timing his
dash to a moment, the man from Pic
< ml il 1 v had ridden right over the near-
eat group of Chllcotens, knocking one
down with hla horse, and breaking uld
Khelowna's head with his rldlngcrop
aa he passed, and now he was going
"llckety brlndle." aa old Al would pul
It, on thc far side of the enemies'
lines, whilst they scrambled to their
horses Instead of stopping to Bhoot.
8o far he had done well, but In a
glance hts friends realized that his
gallant effort had been wasted. In
��� tend of turning to hla left and making for the road, in which caso hc
Wovld  have  had  a clear  course  and
Imokkecper, inlend to apply '
miaaioner ol Unda tor a Ilror
coal and petroleum on an.l un
On CM" <
.   *..  I'Mf** 1
I . , |0 ���*���'
land on GrahamTaYanddwcril-; I ��- ';*����� ���&
��� H .ti"*
Commencing at a poat planted,"   (
of C. E. B. Coal Uase Mo.   . ��� '' 	
C.   E.   B.  Coal  Leaae  No    I -  '
chaina,  thence eaal 80 chane,   I'J"    rf �����
fcrotis deposits that one scientist, who  ���..__	
has JubI been exploring Alaska, says | chaina, thence weat no chalm '
1, 1911.    0. E*
-DWri"
mencement.
Dated Sept.
Tub. Sept. I
Skeena Und DUtrlct
in.NTKli.W***-*
CXisi'1*
i.vM:i
I q
fossils serve prospectors ns Indexes
of thc metallic richness of the aoil.
In um i. ni times both thc gold and
the bones and the bodies of (ho animals were deposited at the bottom! of
valleyB by action of rivers nnd smaller , m*��,0���or ... ���_. - -.-������,
Btreams, many of which have now dis-  ">���' ��nd petroleum on ���"'- ""'' ������..������-,:
appeared.    Consequently   thP  appear*' '***** "** Gr**"m 1,1""d--������.--
ante  of  fossils  Is.  It  la claimed,  an
almost   certain   indication   that   gold
will be found In the neighborhood.
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Boat,
^^^^^^^^^^      I Canoes
Kor Hire by Hour or Dny
-BOATS nilll,T ANI. MMIXtO���
II JolnulM       In. Creek        P.O. Bai 187
in-'-.i  259 ..in i *.-
Take notice that thirty day. ���'." �� ,'",,���up.lil<
.Inter of Prince Ruperl. II. ��� -���   -*(.||ie( (��r
Kikkeeper. intend to apply w *' ^ l<
Uslonrr ol Unda tor a llcen    <^iTS**
al and petroleum on an. In
..nd on Graham laland .leacri ���  I *>        |lM ���
Commencing at a posl plan*    ���  . & g, mt
ot C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. I     -       ���. n.rt*h
C.  E.  B.  Coal Uaw No.  II.      .^, ���a,h
mill- '���"[
*A
��ii
chaina. th.nM""^! 80 dMjlM.2fL\\m*T~
chaina, Ihence taat 80 chain. 1�� I >*"
mencement.      __..     _  g  |t.\IN'l'EK. ���****
,1911.
Dated Sept.        	
Pub. Sept. irt. w,
Skeen. Und ?�������&*���� jj_fBffl
Take nolice that thirty 'I")' " '.v ���rt��i""
Balnter of Prince Kupert, II ' ��� -,-hi,| In*
bookkeeper, Inlend lo ��l'l*l prn-liert l��
miMioncr of Und. tor a lie. -.,       ,.,��� ,rffl *
coal and petroleum ��n, ""''."i ,.'l..llo��-:   ���-.
������ laland d-WtO" .i >��    |, jortl
post |,!��-- '���'   .' i ft 1- '
i~-.,i m, ttftvy* lh(W.
:-*
land on Graham 1
Commencing at a L ., ,��� _-._.. - .���_,
of C. E. B. Coal Uaae No. 1 . '".;,!���,, IM����
Coal l*a�� No. K, Ihence no H ]MM, iWn"
weat 80 chatna, thenco aou'iI' * ,r���.���t.
eaat 80 chain, to place nf com 'TK|l, UK*"*
Daled Sept. 11, 1911. C, ��. I''"^
Pub. Sept. 23. naMI
Skeena Land WjWteJtt^tamK }��&
Take nolice that thirty "UN" r'" ',��� .rocji;-.1""
Balnter of Prlnco lluperl. I'-.' ; rhii*!1"
bookkeeper, Inlend to appl/ '" ���, ,,r.-P��*'_j
miaaioner ol Laml. tnr �� MfeJJJ,, e.'ie) an" "
coal and petroleum on ano ,ii;i���,t:     h
land on Graham laland de��r, II -. , _,,- n*��
Commencing at a pent I!'.1"1" ' ���ia,liel ���*��� lb
ol C. E. II. Coal Lea��e NO. 1 ��� , ,���.����� **
eorner C. E. B. Coal UM N '- '���,��,�� *JJ
80 chaina, thence west *I ' '�� ', ,,],-.* ol <"
80 chaina, thence eaat 80 .'ham*
mencement. ���   ,.   ,,\|STI-l{r -^
Dated Sept. 11, 1911.    C. E. 1"*'
Pub. Sept. 23. THE DAILY NEWS
aH^a^l-^Wlir^ "fie^ is*���, If^Qj*
��������
LYNCH BROS.
General Merchandise
Largest Stock
Lowest Prices in Northern B. C.
******
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j VMIIKL HARRISON
INOTAltY PUBLIC)
V. F. G. GAMBLE
Samuel Harrison & Co.
[ Real Estate and Stock Brokers
APPROVED AGREEMENTS  FOR SALE  PURCHASED
Prince Rupert
and
Stewart
Canadian'Pacific [Railwayj
Const service ��� Famous _Prirces8
Line
Princess Beatrice
|Tlmraday, October 12th, at 9 a.m.
Victoria. Vancouver and Seattle
, McNab - General Agenl
���
uble Weekly Service
Prince Ruperl, S.S. Prince George
For
ncouver
ictoria
i
AND
[Seattle
andays and Fridays, 8 a.m.
frince  John sails for   Port   Simp-
Naas Kiver, antl Stewart, Weil-
itluyB, 1 p.m.; und for Masset and
ui- ������   Harbor Thursdays  12   p. m.
Skidegate,   Rose  Harbor,   etc.,
|b.:���:.!> ������ 1 p.m.
tilway Service to Copper River
li! trains from Prince Rupert Mon-
Werliie-silnys and Saturdays, 1
>., returning Tuesdaya, Thursdays
I S;.mlay*- at 4  p.m.
Grand Trunk Railway System
cting with trains from the Pacific
t operates a frequent and conven-
le-rviri- of luxurious trains over its
track route between Chicago,
nt,,.   Montreal,  Quebec,   Halifax,
and, Boston, New York and l'hilu-
, Atlantic Steamship bookings
Bgi'd via all lines. Full informa-
|and tickets obtained from the
| of
A. E. McMASTER
111,.III    AND   PASSENGER   AGENT
ice Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
iMt-ets in the Helgerson Block
(very Tuesday Evening
emliers  of  the  order in the city
kr.* requested to visit the lodge.
J. P. CADE. N. G.
J. GLUCK. Sec.
O RENT
Ofltet on Second Avenue
B*fQOtrttd Cabin. cloBe in
Domed llouHt*. Hays Cove Avenue
���momed   Houm\   Sixth
Ave., near McBride
Domed House, overlooking harbor
lished ft-roomed Cottage, $45 month
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skeena Land Dlitrict -Diatrict ot Coaat IUnge o
Take notce that Linfurd Sewell Bell of Prince
Hupert, 11. C. occupation locomotive engineer,
intenda to apply (or perm Union to purchaae the
(ollowing deacribed landa:
Commencing at a poit planted on the north
bank o( the Zimogotiu Klver about three (3)
mile* diiUnt (upetreem) in a weaterly direction
(rom the junction o( tho UtUo Zimogotiu Klver
and the main Zimogotiu Klver, thenoe north -40
chaim, thonce weat 40 chaina, thenoe aouth 40
chaina, thenco oaat 40 chaini to poat of commencement conUining 160 acrua more ur leaa.
Dated June 7, 1911. LINKORD SEWALL BELL
Pub. July 8. Geo. K. Putnam. Agent
Caaalar   Land   Dittrict -District   of   Skaana
Taka noUce that 1. Lemuel Freer ot Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply (or permiaaion
to purchaaa the following doaribedr landa:
Commencing at a poat planled on tha ahor*
ln a northerly direction (rom Port Nelson Cannery
marked L. P.'a S. ��. Corner, thenoa 20 chaina
north, thenoe 20 chaina woat, thenoa 20 chaina
aouth to ahore line, thenoe along tha ahore to
point o( commencement, containing 40 acrea mora
Dated June 10, 1911
Pub. July 8.
LEMUEL FREER
J. M. Collleon. Agent
Skeena Land Dlitrict���DUtrict ot Coait IUnge &
Take none* that H. F. Millar of Tipton, Eng-
.-   -  -   .   ���   a.	
land, occupation farmer, intendi to apply for
permission to purchaae tha following deacribed
landa:
!. NADEN COMPANY
Limited,
nd Ave, Princa Rupert, B.C
1AV0Y HOTEL
Kr��M-r anil Fifth St.
Thi. only he,teal In town
with hot anil cold water In rooma. Ural furnlahed lorn-.- north of
Vancouver, llooma Wlc
up. Phone 87. P.O.
n... 129.      i       :      :
rudhomme tt. Fiaher      Proprietor!
HY THE "NEWS" WANT AD.
WAY OF FINDING
Commancina at a poat planted aboul 60 chaina
waat Irom lha N. W. Cornar ot Lol -1-uni, lhance
north in chaina, thenoe weet 20 ehalna, thonce
aoutb 40 chaina, thenco eoal 20 cbatna lo tbe
point ot commencement cooulnlnf eighty acree
more or loaa.
Dated Auguat 19, 1911. II. P. Mll.l.EK
Pub. Aug. 26. P. M. Miller. Agent
Skeena Land Dlalrlct���DUlrict ol Coaat Range 6
Take nollea that I, Thomaa UcClymoni ol
Prlnco Huport, B. C, occupallon eaal eatala
broker, intend lo apply tor permiaaion to purchaae
tho following doacribcKl lanoa:
Commencing at a paol planted at lha S. W.
corner ot pro*��mpllon record 412, Ihenco eaal SO
chaina, Ihence auuth 40 chatna, thence woat SO
chaina to ahore ot lake, Ihenco follow'ng ahore
ot lake In a northerly direction to point ot com.
mencement; containing I'lO acrea, more or Ita*.
Dated Sept. 6, 1911. THOMAS McCLYMUNT
Pub. Sept. 9. Ereneat Colo. Agent
Skeena Land Diatrict���Diatrict ol Coaal Hang., o
Take notice lhat E. IL U. Miller ol Falmouth
Eng., occupaUon aurvoyor, Inlenda to apply lo
t-crmlaeion  lo  purcbaae the following  deecribed
Unda:
Commencing at a poat planled al the N*. W. Corner ol Lot 440b, ihence woat 80 chlana, thenoe auuth
20 chaina, thenco eaat 80 chaina, thance nortb 20
chaina to the potnt ot commencement conUining
160 acrea more or leaa. .   _   _______
Haled Auguat 16, 1911. E. It. 0. MII.I.I.ll
Pub. Aug. 26. P. M. Miller. Aganl
Skeana Land Diatrict -lli.trict ol Queen CharloUe
lelanela
Take nolice lhat Auatin M. Drown ol Prlnco
Rupert, occupation aaddler, Intenda to apply to lne
Chief Commiaaioner of Landa and Worka lor a
licenco lo proapoct for eoal, oll and petroleum on
and under the following deecribed lantla on lho
Woat Coaat ol Graham laland:
Commencing at a poal plantod three mllee esst
ol Iho northeaat corner of C. L. No. 4472 thenc*
north 80 chaina, thenca eaat 80 chaina, thence
eouth 80 chaina, thence weat 80 cbaina to point of
cummencemenl.
AUSTIN M. UROWN, Locator
Located Auguat let. 1911.
I'ub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Land Diatrict���Diatrict of Coaat Range V
Take notlea that I, Peter Lareen of Towner,
North Dakota, I . S. A, larmer, inland lo apply
lor permiaaion lo purchaae lha lollowing deecribed
landa: . ,.
Commencing al a poat planted at th* aoutheaat corner of Lot 1729, tnence eouth 80 chaina,
thence woat 40 chaina, thonce north SO chaina,
thence oaat 40 chaina to point ot commencement.
Dated July 15, 1911. _   PETER LAKSKN
I'ul. July **.������. I'.Ul. Fred E. CoweU. Agent
Skeena Land Dlalrlct���Diatrict ol Coaat Ranga V
Tako nolice that 1, Adolph H. ChrleUanaon ot
Towner, North Dakota, occupaUon altorney-
al-law, Intend to apply lor permiaalon lo purchaae
tho lollowlng doKrlbod landa:   ... .
Commendng at a poat planted -iboul ono and
one-halt mllea (1 1-2) northoaat ol the bead ol
Trout River on the wert aide ot Ukalao Lake,
and about 5 chaina Irom the lake-front, thenoe
aouth 80 chaina, thene*. wer" 80 chaina, thence
north 80 chaina, Ihence eaat 80 chaina to point
ol oomm.nem>enX3oLm sm*am.*m**m
Daled June 30, 1911. Fred E. CoweU, Agent
Pub. July 26.
Skeena Und Dlatrfct-Dlatrlct ol Caaalar
Take notice that R. | Stewart ot Vancouver
B.  C,  occupation   truckman,   Inlenda   t��ia oty
lor permi-eilonlo purchaae the lollowlng deecriDed
Commencing at a poet plantod 40 chain, aouth
ot Pre-empllon No. 1197 and 62 chain, eaat from
the Naa. liver (8. W. C). thonce 40 chaina eaal,
tKnce 40 ehalna north, Ihenco 40 chaina ��J
thenco 40 chaina aouth lo the point ot comment*-
men, ,��� contain ***jm�� IgftMWAW
Datod Aug. 1911. Jamee T. Full-ten, Agent
Pub. Sopt. 23.
Skeona Und Diatrict -Dlalrlct ot Coast Range 6
Take notice that Harold fc. *****/* ****&���
AIU.. occupation elation agent. ***** **JS*S
Iat pl-rmlaaion to purchaso the (ollowing deecribed
'T'o'mmenclng .1 ��� **��� P''"'^^*!. Mrth
we.t corner 100 cha n�� east and 20 cha na north
""m "! E. iorne, ol Ix.l lllii, Sf^J**3
Coaat Diatrict IUngo 6, thenre 40 chain. ���t.
ihenco 80 chaina north, thence 40 chain, weet
thence & chaina aoulh lo port ol commencement
gSStStfS _B_ m0re JfAROI.D E. SMITH
V$s!si?tP23 ****�� ��'* �����* Agen
Rupert, laborer,  Intone! *f *_&____���**���'���������*��� l"
,��� purchaiw the lollowlng fcWR*"ft. norlh
Commencing at a port planted on  lhe north
ta.nl* ol  WUliama Creek about 60 chaini aouin
Skeen. Und Dlrtrlct-Dlatricl ol Coaat Range V
Tak* notice that Jceae M. Tallman ol **""
lUplda.   Iowa,   occupation   )g3*>2j*****L...
apply  (or  perrnlaalon  to purcha* lhe lollowlng
dTori!imen"���1f:.t a ***.Ljta* "L*��jtS
ahore ol  Kutaymaleen  Inlet ***J**m*m*L?S
a feS^ESare SaiS
12%"enHln. more S,gS��_j) gJU
Crow  Lake,  thenco northerly  *"Ak*^&ylnZ.
place ol commencement, conUining orty ac-.
m^lVr^^J^E'^'TALLMAN
Pub. Aug. 12.
"itmeiicln, mtajm. *******�� *fi*
JWwnS'g as io as
_S n'o^Ho'cha-'n'rio tW**********>
rontalnln. 480 acree more or K-*_0R0B KIMB
.**-*mm**\r*r-
J
ITEMS  OF
SPORT
The 1911 season of the Eastern
league closed with double headers
at Providence and Newark, the
tail enclcrs in the season standing.
President Edward C. Barrows,
in review of the season lately,
said it might easily be classed as
one of the most successful in the
twenty-one years' history of ihis,
the senior Organization, of minor
baseball leagues. Rochester, managed by John Hanzel for the third
successive season, won the pennant. Its percentage was .645
Baltimore was second with .021.
The other learns finished in the
following order: Toronto, Buffalo,
Montreal, Jersey City, Newark,
Providence.
��� MM
If the game is not killed in
New York, the Easterners are
likelt to get a sight of all four
of the negroes in New York City
rings. Jeannete anil Langford are
old-timers there, and Johnson is
casting longing eyes in thc same
direction and thinking seriously
of thc big money which is lo be
picked up in New York. Sam
McVea has gone from Europe to
Australia. In the latter country
he expected lo be on hand to get
B chance to meet Johnson and
Langford, who were also scheduled
to go there under the direction of
Hugh Mcintosh. Both Langford
and Johnson have changed their
minds about the trip, however,
ard there is no doubt that McVea being on thc ground helped
them to make the change. When
he gets word that the oilier two
are not coming McVea will probably hurry back to the United
States and will pretty well flog
up thc way of any white man who
wants to be a hope.
��� ��� M
McVea is really a great fighter.
He has fought Johnson three
twenty-round fights, and only in
thc last one did thc champion
succeed in knocking his brother
in color, and then not until the
last minute of thc last round.
That was some four years ago
before McVea began his splendid
showing abroad and improved wonderfully. After the last bout
with Johnson   McVea ljeat aliout
everybody in   Europe   and  the
best Sam Langford could do with
him over there was lo get a draw
and the men who saw the fight
say that Langford was really a
beaten man.
��� MM
The only Other man ln-sides
Johnson to whip McVea was Joe
Jeane.te    who   turned   the   trick
in a terrible  fighi.    Previously
McVea had beaten Jeanctte in
twenty rounds. Then they met
again in a finish battle and afler
forty-eight rounds of terrific milling
in which Jeanctte was knocked
down twenty-four times he managed to put McVea away in the
forty-ninth session, when both men
were so exhat stetl they were barely
able lo stand up. Jeanctte, as
he showed in his recent battle
with iLangford, and in other encounters with the Tar Baby, is a
glutton for punishment, and able
to go on indefinitely. It was
probably some of that slick-lo-it
quality which Jeanctte i .stilled
into Morris, for Joe had a hand in
training the Oklahoma giant.
QUIET   LITTLE  WEDDING
Popular City Employee Weds
Without Ostentation Last
Night.
At the residence of Rev. McLeod
tm Sunday nighl Miss Shrubsall
became  lhc  bride of   Mr.  J.   E.
Unwin of the City Engineer's
department. Only the witnesses
were present at thc wedding, it
being lhe desire of both bride and
bridegroom lo have the ceremony
very quiet. Thc young couple
left yesterday on their honeymoon trip to Vancouver, Victoria
and Seattle. Their many friends
throughout thc city have the
warmest of congratulations for
them.
Brief and pathetic is the message
conveyed to the iiolicc here by-
wire from Vancouver yesterday.
It says simply "Find Jim Watson.
Last in your cily three weeks ago.
Mother dying."
��� ��� H 114'^"^ H
-���wan e-.ii ^n Mt*%t ***** ���mi* tmt** ***t*y**\* ������
- THE COSY CORNER - |
DEVOTED  PRINCIPALLY  TO  THE INTERESTS  OF  WOMEN     [
.ll.l..ll.���.el.���Sll   > ,   ,| n  , ii  susjaiss e,s, ,,   i. , ,, r. ,, sm, lr.,, ra, ll - .��'*���- ������ -i ..j.
This Is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects ol special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies ot 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.
Social Note
Mrs.   L.  W.   Patmore will  not
receive on Wednesday, October 11.
THE BUSINESS GIRL
How Shall She Best Spend Her
Winter Evenings
Now that thc long fall and
winter evenings are upon us, how-
shall the business girl employ her
spare time? It is the girl who
boards and with no home ties who
asks this question, out of the loneliness of her heart.
Whatever you do, don't sit
in the house and mope. You may
be bodily tired, but it is surprising
how weariness slips away with
the awakening of a new interest,
an all-absorbing vital interest in
another human being who is making a struggle for existence. Therefore spend some time in "giving
out" as well as "taking in."
Cultivate a love for music,
cultivate it if you have it not.
Attend some of the lectures given
under the auspices of the many
Young People's Societies. In that
way make new interests and new
friends. Be a worker, tlon't expect
all advances to come from the
other person.
Be enthusiastic? Whatever line
you choose go into il with all your
heart and it is wonderful the enjoyment you will get out of small
things at a small cost. Leave
business behind Bt 0 p.m. and do
your part to recuperate your body
and fit it for the next day's work
by & well-spent evening in innocent
pleasure or the pursuit of some
study or work which will be B
joy and not a task.
To the girl whose office work
is heavy, and whose physical
strength is not great, avoid all
study or evening work and choose
play, If you are completely worn
out, cuddle up on your couch in
your.room with a good book and
let all ambitions for evening study
in literature and music go ard
store up your strength for tomorrow's task.
But among all your hobbies
and your pleasures, save a half
hour at least three rimes B week
for good reading. As B parting
word, let me say to the business
girl: "Work while you work ard
play while you piny," ard thc
best lime for a business girl to
play is afler G p.m. Let the office
become a mere memory for th.*
time being and relax! relax! relax1
if you would fit yourself for tomorrow's task.
What is Your Color?
There never was a girl who
didn't want to look her best as
much of lhc time as she possibly
could. Also there never was a
girl who didn't look her best in
certain colors.
Why nol find out by experiment
and study what particular shades
arc the most Incoming to your
coloring, and to stick reasonably
close to them.
They say one should try to
match one's eyes, and undoubtedly
brown-eyed people usually look
very well in brown, but they
frequently look equally Well in
blue.
Try the whole range of colors
before you dedde, There may be
some odd shade of lavender, sonic
lawny brown, some peculiar blue
thai will make you look better
than you would have dreamed
you could, and it would be a pity
for you to miss it.
Peach Shortcakes.���Make a rich
baking-powder crust and roll to
one-quarter inch thickness. Cut
with a cookie cutter into rounds,
and butler one-half of these. Place
thc urbultered ones on top. Bake
them, then split open, and fill each
one with fresh peaches, cut in
thin slices and sprinkle with powdered sugar. Serve hot with whipped cream. The cream is nice if
flavored with almond extract and
filled with some chopped almonds.
THINGS GOOD TO EAT
Two Seasonable Dainties That
Any   Girl   Can   Make
Grape Juice.���Pick the grapes
from the stems, wash thoroughly
and pul in a granite kettle. Heat
unlil the juice flows, then, strain
through a fairly thick doth. Add
I much water as there is juice,
and to every quart of the mixture
add one cup of sugar. Bring to B
boil, then bottle.
MASSET NEWS
Interesting   Items   From   the
North end of Graham Island
COAL NOTICE
(Special to the Daily News)
Masset, Oct. 8.���The Graham
Island Lumber Company opened
a lumber yard at New Masset. A
large consignment of shingles arrived on the last steamer and a
boat is expected with lumber.
Mr. Nash's survey party is
encamped on the property formerly owned by Captain Francis;
the work of surveying an addition to the townsite of Delkatla
is in progress.
The Indians are engaged in.
Catching large numbers of cohoe
salmon for their winter supply.
It is asserted that Masset Inlet
and thc tributary streams are
alive with fish.
i On account of the change in
the schedule of the steamer Prince
John that vessel arrives at Masset
and Naden harbor on Friday of
each week.
It is reported that the Provincial Government will construct
a lock-up and station, a police
officer on Graham Island.
Joseph Adams returned to Mas-
set on the last steamer after undergoing a successful operaiion in the
Prirce Ru|K.*rt General Hospital.
Four infant children of members of the Masset Band died
recently and were interred in the
local cemetery-
Twelve workmen are encamped
at Langara Island, engaged ir
constructing a lighthouse. The
structure will be the largest antl
best equipped on the North Pacific
Coast.
The owners of gasoline launches
are complaining of the lack of
steamers for the carriage of freight.
Thc Department of Marine and
Fisheries will not permit the carriage of gasoline on thc passenger
steamer and it is impossible to
obtain the necessary inflammable
material for the large number of
vessels depending on ihis fuel for
the Iwals.
TAKE THE BEST
THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
From Vsscoim or Seattle
FOR ALL POINTS EAST OR SOUTH
Through Tickets and all information about your trip
Roger's Steamship Agency
2nd Ave.    Iff wl of Centre St   Phone H6
Skounu Land District -DUtrlct of Qui-un Clmrlotto
Tako noticu thai thirty Uu>u (ruin duiu, 1, C. K.
Uainter of I'rincu Hupurt, ll. C, by uccupatiun
bookkueut-r, ini-utid tu upply lu tliu Chu-f Cohi-
mitwionur u[ Lutulu fur u licenc- to prospuci for
coal und pt'truluum un und undur u4U ucrwi uf
land on Grulmtn Ittlund duHcnbt-d uu [oUowil
Comnu-ncinK ut it punt pluiiitnl iwo niiUa north
of C. K. 11. Cuul l,en;,.c Nu. 11, murkud N. K.
cornor C. B, 11. Cuul Ia-usu No. 17, (hence roui)>
80 chimin, thonco wotit BU chulnx, tliunco north HU
chaina, Ihoncu uual MJ cliuiim tu pluoo of commoncomont.
Datod Sept. ii, inn.   c. K. BAINTBR,Loctto!
Pub. Si-[ii.'.',..
Skoona Lund Ditdrict -DUtrict uf Quotm CharlotU-
Tako nutice thut thirty days (rum dute, 1, C. K.
Uaintor of PrUtM Kupert, 11. C, by occuputiun
bookkeeper, intend lu apply to tlu> Cliiof Cum-
misaioner uf l. t:,.i for u Licenco in pru��pect lur
coal and petruli-um on und under i. in ucrtw ul
land on (inthum Inland described ua fulluwu:
I'lJiiiiiii-m-n.-,: ui u punt planted iwu milea nurth
of C. K. It. (.oul I..-.I..I- No. 12, markod N. W.
cornor C. K. It. Coul I^iuo No. 1\ thencu aouth
til) chaina, iht-ncu *���**��*. bU chuinH, thunco nurth HU
chaina. thenct.- worn 6U chuiim to pluce of com-
mwncomont.
DatedSept. 11, 11)11.     C. H. HAINTKU, Locator
Tub. Sepl. U,
Skeena Land Dislrict���Diatrict of Quoon Charlulto
Tako notice tiiut thirty daya ufier duto, 1, Ca K. ;
Uainter ol I'rinco Hupurt, U. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply tu the Chief Commiaaioner of Lands for a licenco lo prospect for
coal und puiroleum on and under ulU ucrea uf
land on Craham lalund deacribed as followa;
Commencing ut a poat piunted two milea��north
of C. K. 11. Coal Leaae Nu. Ll, murkod S. W.
corner C. K. it. Coal Lease No. Ill, thunce north
80 chains, thence eaat 8U chuina, thunco aouth 80
chaina, thtmco weat 80 chuins to pluce of commencement.
Dated Sept. \\t WU*     C. K. UAINTEH, Locator
Pub. SepU 23.
Skeena Und Diatrict���Diatrict of Quoen Charlotte |
Tako notico thut thirty duya from date, 1, C. K.
Uainter of I'rince Hupert, li. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chief Commiaaioner u[ Landa for a licenco to proapect fur
coal and petroleum on and under **.*> acres of land
on Graham laland deacribed as followa;
Commencing at u puat planted two milus north
of C. K. H. Coal U'uso No. II. markod S. W.
���orner C. K. It. Coal Lease No. 20, thence norlh
80 chains, thence wust 80 chains, thence aoutb 80
chains, thenco east mj chaina to placo of commencement.
DatedSept. 11, 1911.     C. K. UAINTEH. Locator
Pub. Sept, 23.
Skeena Land Diatrict���DUtrlct uf Queen Charlotto
Take notice that thirty days al'er date, 1, C. K.
Uainter of I'rince Hupert, U. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Landa for a licence iu proapect for
coal and petroleum on und under blO acrea of
land on Uraham Island doscribod aa follows:
Commencing at a post planted twu milea north
of C. K. U. Coal Loaso No. 15, markod S. K.
corner C ... U. Coal Lease No. 21, thence north
80 chains, thence weat 80 chains, thenco aouth 8U
chaina, thence east 80 chaina to placo of commencement.
Datod Sept. U, 1911.    C. I. UAINTEH, Locator
Skeena 1 and District���District of Queen Charlotte
Tako notice that thirty daya from date, 1. C. E.
Uainter of Prince Kupert, U. C, by occupation
bookkeeper. Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licence to proapect (or
coal and petroleum on and under t.ui acrea of
oland on Uraham laland described as follows:
Commencing at a poat planled two miloa north
of C. E. U. Coal Lease No. Hi. markod N. E.
corner C. E. U. Coal Lease No. 22, thenco aouth
80 chaina, thence west 80 chains, thence north 80
chains, thence eaat 80 chaini to placu of commencement.
Dated Sept. 12. 1911.    C. E. UAINTER. Locato
Skoena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlotto
Take notice that thirty days from date, 1, C. E.
Uainter of Prince Kupert, U. C , by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licence to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under blu carea of
land on Uraham Island described aa followa:
Commencing at a post planled two mile* north
ot C. E. U. Coal Lease No 17, marked N. E.
corner C. E. U. Coal Lesae No. _.; thence nouth
80 chains, thence wost 80 chains, thence nurth
80 cbains, thencu east 80 chaina to place of commencement.
Datod Sept. 12. 1911.     C. E. UAINTEH, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Takt nolice lhal thirty days from date, I, C. E
Uainter of Prince Hupert, U. C, by occupatiun
bookkeeper, intend to apply to tho Chief Commiaaioner of Lands (or a licence to provpect for
coal and petroleum on and under ti-iU acree ot
land on Uraham laalnd deacribed aa follows:
Commencing at a post planted two miles north
of C. E. U. Coal Lease No. 18, marked N. \V.
corner C. E. li. Coal Lease No. 24, thence south
80 chaina, thonce easl 80 chains, tin nc north
80 chains, thence west 80 chains to placu of commencement.
Dau-d Sept. 12, 1911.     C. E. UAINTEH, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skoena Land District���DUtrict of Queen Charlott *
Take notico thai thirty daya from dale, 1, A. T
Uroderick of Prince Kupert, B. C, by occupation
bank manager, intend to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licenco to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under o-tO acres of
land on Uraham Island doscribod as follows:
Commencing at a poat planted two miloa north
of C. E. U. Coal Lease No. 17, markod S. W.
corner A. T. H. Coal Lease No. 25, thenco north
80 chains, thence east 80 chains, thence aouth 80
chains, thenco west 80 chains to place of commencement.
A. T. DRUDEKICK, Locator
Dated Sept. 12, 1911. C. E. Uainter, Agent
Pub. Sepl. 23.
Skoena Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Quoen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty days from date. I, A. T.
Urodericlt of Prince Kupert, U. C, by occupation
bank manager, intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner uf Lands for a licence to proapoct for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 cares of
land on Graham laland deacribed as followa;
Commencing at a post plnated two miles north
of C. E. U. Coal Leaao No. 20, markod S. E.
comer A. T. Ii. Coal Lease No. 26, thenco north
B0 chains, thenco wost 80 chains, thenco south
80 chains, thence cast 80 chains to placo of commencement.
A. T. BRODERICK, Locate^
DatedSept. 12, 1911. C. E. Bamter.  tgenl
I'ub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land DUtrict���DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty days from date, I, A. T.
Brodcrick of I'rinco Kupert, U. C, by occupation
bank manager, intend to apply to the Chlof Commissioner ol Lands for a licence to prospect fur
coal and petroleum un and under 640 acres of
land on Uraham Island doscribod as followa:
Commencing at a post planted two milea north
or C. E. U. Coul Loose No. 21, markod S. E
corner of A. T. B. Coal Lease No. 27, thence
west 80 chaina, thonce north 80 chains, thenco
east 80 chains, thence toulh 80 chains to place
of commencement.
A. T. HKODEKICK, Locator
DatedSept. 12, 1011. C. E. Balnter, Agent.
Pub. Sept. 23.
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second aveiue und Third Btreet
Over WeBtenhaver BroB.' Office.
MUNRO   &   LA1LEY
Architects,
Stork Building Second Avenue.
STUART &  STKWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:-  AUDl'MUlS
Law-Butler Building       Phona No. 280
Princa Ruuert P.O. Box 351
ALFRED CARSS, C  V. BENNETT, B.A.
of British Columbia <>f HC Ontario, Sat-
and Manitoba Bart. kutehewnn   and  Al-
berlu Hart.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Office-Exchange block, corner Third avenue and
Sixth itreet. Prince Ruuert. 8
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., O. D. S.
Dentist.
Crown und Bridge Work a Specialty.
AU dental operations skilfully treated. Uaa and
local anasthettca administered for the painless extraction of teeth. Consultation free. Offices:
Kelireraon Block, prtnee Ruuert. ii-12
Alex.M.Mnnaon ha.,     W.E.Williama,n.A..L.L.D
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
BarriBtera, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
p. o. BOX 23
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
PUPIL OP WM. POXON, ESQ.. AH.A.M..  I UN., ENU
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Tliinl Avenue also Wutor Street,
PRINCE RUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS -   SADDLERY  MANUFACTURER
RcpairitiK -i Specialty.
Complete Stock Carrieii.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and 11th Stt
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND Ave.
Hotel Central ��3-jftfia
European and American plan, steam
heated, modern conveniences. ���Rat*"*
f 1.00 to S2.60 per day.
Pater Black
smith & MALLETT
THIRD AVE.
I'lumliiii*:. Heating, Stcamfittingand
Sheet Metal Work
Ofllce: .Int Ave Workttiop:
l*li..i!.. 174
2nd A v.-. Im-i . 71 Ii anel Mh SU.
PIANOFORTE LESSONS
For Beginners and Advanced Pupils
Miss Vera Greenwood
Pupil of Frani Wllcaali. Parta and Berlin.
Room 28.  Alder Block Upstair*
e=E.   EBY    C&   Co.==
REAL   KSI'A M*:
KiUumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM ��� H   C.
S. O. E. B. S.
The Prinoe Ruport Lodge. No. .118, Sons of
England. mt*t*i* the ilrst and thud Tuesdays In
*ach month in the Sons of England Hall. .-1'- 2nd
Ava. at 8 p.m.
F. V  CLARK. Sec..
V. O. H... M2. Prince Rupert
ERNEST A. WOODS. President. Box 23
NOTICE
Id tht County Court of AUIn Holdtn at Prince
Rupert in th* Matter of tha "Official Administrator's Act"
and
In tba Matter of the Estate of Duran P. Latkovlch
'    Intestate.
SKee��a Land District���District of Queen Charlotto
Take notice that thirty dava from date, I, C. E.
Hainter uf Prince Hupert, II. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chief Commiaaioner of I^ands for a licenco to prospect fur
coal and petroleum on and under n40 acrea uf
land on (iraham Island described as follows:
Commencing at a port planted at the aouthweat
���orner of (usl 1 .>���:.*... No. 4468 marked C. E. B.
Coal l.i *. ������' No. '.-'.-<. thence north HO chains, thence
weat BD chaina, thence south B0 chaina, thenre
east B0 chains to point of commencement covering
all fat-mho re Tlahn Point.
Dated Si-pt. 12, 1911. C.  E.  BAINTEH
I'ub. Ocl 7.
Skeena Land Dlt-trlct -Dislrict of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty daya from dale. 1, C. E.
Balnter nf Prlnco Rupert, B. C. by occupation
bookkeeper, Intend to apply to lhe Chief Corn-
mlmlonrr of Lands fur a licenco to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under '**" acres of
land on ('raham laland dMCffbtd *��� fullowa:
CommenrinK nt a post planted two -niles north
Tlahn north HI t ��� "imr Coa! Lease 446H marked
C. E. H. Cohl Incase No. 2.), t'.cnc poulh HO chsina.
thence west B0 chains, thence north BQ chains.
thenre en��t 80 chains tj poht of commencement:
contsining MO seres more ur lm*. '
Dated Sept. I*. 1011. C.  E.   BAINTEH'
Pub. Oct. 7.
Skaana Land District���District of Queen Charlotta '
Islands
Take notice that Austin M, Brown of Prince (
Rupert,   occupation   saddler,   intends   to   apply
to the Chief Commlaaioner of Lands snd Works
for a licence to prospect for cosl, oil and petroleum I
on and under the following doacribed lands on the I
Wett Coast of Graham'Iiland:
Commencing at a post plantod three milea east -
of the northeast corner of C. L. No. 4471, thsnee
80 chains oast, thence 80 chains south, thence 80 ;
chains weat, thence 80 chains north to point of
commencement.
AISTIN M. BROWN, Ucator
I unrated August 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 10.
MISS ELSIE FROUD
A.L.C.M.
TeaehH of Piano. Violin and
Voice Culture.
2nd Ave, ��� .        ���
Between 7th & Hth Sta.    Prlnco Ru',l'rt
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director and   Kmbaltner
CHARGES REASONABLE
THIRD   AVENUE      PHONE   3M.
OPEN DAY AND NltillT
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS ANI> EMI1ALMERS
Funeral   Dlrrctora
3rd Avp. nrar filh St.
I'tinn*. No. 8fi
..Grand Hotel..
| Worklngnun's Home
Free Labor Bureau in Connection
1 Phone 178 lit Ave. and* 7th St,
TAKE NOTICE that by order nf Hit Honor,
Judge Young, made the fllit day of August, 1011.
1 waa appointed Administrator of the Estate of
tha taid Duran P. Latkovlch deceased, and all
Kartlta having claims against the tald Estate aro
ertby required to forward same properly verllled
to BM on or before tha 30th day of September.
1011, and all the parties Indebted to the said
Estate ar�� required to pay tha amount ot their
indebtedness to ma forthwith.
DATED tha 6th day ol September. 1911.
JOHN H. McMULLIN,   I
Official Administrator.
Skeena Und Diatrict���Diatrict of Coant Rango 5
Take notice that I, John Rutherford BeaMy
of Princa Hupert, occupation engineer, intend
to apply for permisaiun to purchaae the tolluwlng
detcrlued lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the east
fnOfl of the Exchumsik River, and being about |
two mllea northerly from the mouth o( the said '
Exchumsik Hlver, and which post Is about forty
chains north from a atake nlanlod on tho Exchumalk
Hlver and known as ED"; thence north 40
chains, thence east 80 chains, thenee south 80
chains, thenco weat lorty chaina, thenco north
40 chains, thenco west 40 chains to the place ot
commencement, containing 480 acres more nr leaa.
Dated September 12, 1911.
Pub. Sept. 23.   JOHN KUTUEKFOHD BEATTY
GEO. BRODERIUS, Proprietor
Little's NEWS Agency
Magazinea ll Permdinils II Newspaper*
CIGARS
;:  TOBACCOS  ::
G.T.P. WHARF
FRUITS THE DAILY NEWS
MAPLE BAY
MAY RE-OPEN
Granby Company Have Taken
an Option on the Property-
Is Still a Rich Mine.
William Noble, a pioneer oi
Stewart, Portland Canal, and
heavily interested in the Maple
Bay mines, which are situated
about 30 miles down the Canal
from Suwart, .states lhal W. Yok-n
Williams, consulting engineer for
the Granby Company, has made
an exhaustive examination of the
property with a view to his company taking a bond thereon, It
is highly probable that this mini-
will be reopened. It is said to
contain a large body of good
smelting ore, and as a matter of
fact shipped a good many thousand
tons some years ago when the
owners who were operating a
smelter at Ketchikan were developing the property.
LUMBER OUT
OF CANADA
PHONE TO WOODWORTH
Communication Between Lakes
and City to be Considered
City Engineer Davis has made
a request that a telephone line
be established between Wotul-
w.irth Lake and Shawatlans. Alderman Hilditch expressed the
opinion that a line was absolutely
essential, Alderman Kerr con-
curred with him and the Mayor
recommended that Mr. Love, telephone manager, be asked to
report on this with a view to
connecting the lakes with the
city by phone.
Was Worth $17,500,000 Last
Year���B. C. Produced Nearly
One-third of It.
TO HAZELTON BY AUTO
Pathfinder Car is Near to the
Skeena River Port
The total lumber cut of the
Dominion of Canada for 1910 has
just been compilecl** py the For-
estey Branch. Reports were received from 2763 firms operating
sawmills, which is nearly 700 more
than reported last year. Thus,
the 1910 report is A better estimate
of the actual lumber production
than ever before. Nearly five
billion feet of lumber was cut
during 1910 throughout the nine
provinces of Canada, which represents a total value to the country
of seventy-seven and a half million
dollars. This is about fifteen
million dollars more than the value
of the 1909 lumber cut. ���
Ontario, as in former years,
holds the premier position as a
lumber province. Its forests are
made up of diversified species,
which enabled it to produce one-
third of the lumber for the Dominion. British Columbia, however,
will soon take Ontario's place,
from predictions made on the 1910
report. In 1909, the Western
province produced a trillle over
half as much lumber as was cut
in Ontario, while for the last year
thc amounts returned from the
two provinces were practically the
same. Althrxigh one-quarter more
lumber was cut in Quebec in 1910
than in the year previous, the
increase was not sufficient to maintain it in second place of importance, which position was usurped by British Columbia. Thc
remaining provinces New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Saskatchewan,
Alberta, Manitoba and Prince Edward Island cut lumber in the
order of importance given, but
together supply only one-sixth of
the amount for Canada.
"The News" Classified Ads.
���One Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
-THEY   WILL   REPAY
:8
A   CAREFUL
LOOKING   OVER-
Phone ISO
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Marine
Accident
Plate Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared While You Wait.
THI
Mack Realty & Insurance
COMPANY.
P.S.���Houses and Rentals.
LIGHTEN OUR DARKNESS
Perilous Places by Night Require Illumination, but May
Not Get It.
fl%tl%i
For Rent
ii*i ii �� ii ��_n ii ii���**.*���
��� ������i ^ii*^ H**^ **y
L-J
Furnlahed rooma with bath,
the week.   Talbot Houae.
Special ratea by
166- tf
Neatly Furnlahed rooma. gentlemen preferred.���
Apply Mra. Mullin. over Majestic Theatre,     tf
Nice Furnlahed Rooma. Mr*,. Greenwood, Alder
Block; Third Ave. Wtt
For Rent -Furnlahed rooms. Hot ami cold water
with bath. Digby Roomi. tith Ave. and Fulton
Street. tf
For Rent-Sona of England Hall, sill 'indlAve., for
Dancee. Fraternal Societies, Social., etc. Apply
Frank A Ellis. Box 868 or phone SS. iw'.-tf
r
For Sale
1
^mxm^aemmma*.
Open an Account Today
One hone for eale.   Apply Prince Rupert Hydro-
Electric Co.   Phone SM. tf
Smith  Premier  typewriter,
Weatenhaver Broa.
practically   new.
228-230
Seattle,   Oct.   9.���The   Pacific
highway pathfinder that is forcing
its   way   through   the   woods   in
Northern British Columbia toward
Hazelton, passed through Bulkley
yesterday.    1'. E. Sands, writing
home from  that point says they
will "lie out of the forest in about
two days more and that the car
is   still   in   good   condition   and
apparently   fit  to  complete   the
remainder of the journey.    From
this   information   it   is   thought
the motorists should reach  their
dest inaI ion in about a week.    .As
nearly as cut  be  learned,  something mure than 125 miles remain
lo be traversed.
BURNING SUBJECT
School Site Grants
A letter from \Y. D. Vance,
secretary of the school board, read
at council last night referred to
thc Government grant of sites
fur schuiils in I'rince Rupert, notifying the council that the Crown
grants had been received. The
letter was filed.
Fire Insurance Policies on the
Telephone Plant Effected
Through Former Aldermen's
Agencies.
Street lights are required according to several aldermen at
Hays Creek bridge and at Fifth
avenue and Taylor street. Mr.
Love of the Light department
reported to council last night that
these lights could not safely be
supplied as thc plant is already
overloaded. If the belt doing
the main drive breaks,the city will
be dark for several days until a
new one can be obtained. A
motion leaving it in the hands of
the light committee to have these
danger points lit was passed.
ForSale-Chlcken Ranch. 2 Storey houae, household gooda. Near Prinoe Rupert. A anap if
Uken at once.   Addreaa Box 368. tf
Special- Broken linea hotel vare 25 per cent. off.
On display In our Sixth Street window. F. W.
Hart. 231-235
ADMIRAL SCHLEY DEAD
Dropped Down Dead in New
York- Had Long and Interesting Career.
New York, Oct. 10���Admiral
Winfield Scott Schley dropped
dead here.
*-'..��� ..-rr...|rr��M*r��lir��ll*T..l.  rr.  e I n. ,.��,,% e.rr�� ,#
j Insurance j
OUR Companies are noted for prompt and jutt
settlement*. W* write every known class of
Insurance. The Mack Realty and Insurance Co.
s***sf*tr***mAw*
i	
Do away with this.    Patronize a whit.i
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
FEED STORE
We carry everything In the feed line, alao garden eeeda at the lowest market prices, at Collar.'*
ola* Fled Store. Market Place
PONY EXPRESS
Prompt Delivery Phones 11 or 301
Deposit a portion of your weekly earnings and
you will be surprised how rapidly they will accumulate. We will add to your savings 4 per
cent, interest on monthly balances. In a short
time you will have saved enough to make a profitable investment. The accounts of ladies and
children receive careful and courteous attention.
The Continental Trust Co.
Second Avenue
Wanted
J
Wanted-Good general aervant.   Apply P.O. Box
199 228-23J
Wanted Nursing. Obstectrlca a specially.
Realdence 109 Thlnl Ave.   I'hone 243 Red. tf
Wanted-Poal lion aa housekeeper or companion
to an Invalid lady. No objection to going out of
town.   Apply P.O. Box 267. 231-2S4
Wanted. - Cleaning and pressing, alterations
anil repairing for men and women. Dressmaking
called for and delivered. Mra Charlea Porcher.
Kill Third Ave.   Phone 291 Red. tf
c
Lost and Found
.���������������n-r*. ,A
Notification was sent thc city-
council last night by Messrs. Pat-
klUo & Radford, and the G. R.
Naden Company that the insurance policies arranged by these
firms on the telephone building
would expire this month. Alderman Douglas moved that these
policies be renewed. Alderman
Clayton moved as an amendment
that the matter be referred to
the Finance Committee. The
amendment carried, though Alderman Douglas hailed with satisfaction the fact that Alderman
Hilditch voted for the motion.
Brotherhood Banquet
Don't forget the big event at thc
Brotherhood  Banquet next Tuesday evening, October 10, 8 p.m.,
in Mclntyre Hall.   Tickets $2.00
The new G.T.P. News Stand may be had at Rcilly's Bakery,
for  Lowney's   delicious   Choco- corner Fulton and Third avenue,
lates, fresh from the factory,   tf AH young men welcome. 3t
Admiral Schley was born rear
Frederick, Maryland, October 9,
1839, and served throughout the
civil war. He saw service in many
parts of the world and in 1884
commanded the expedition into
lhc .Arctic regions which rescued
Lieutenant Greeley. He commanded the American fleet which on
July 3, 1898, off Santiago, destroyed the Spanish fleet under Admiral
Cervera.
FOUND-2 Small Keye.   Inquire at Newa Ofllce.
���Mi
I...st - Ladies' watch in bracelet. Reward by returning to Newa olllce. If
Loat a hunch of keya on Sunday night near Em-
i.,-.�������� Hotel. Finder pleaae return eame lo the
Dally Newa.
Loat on Saturday night one la.li.-s" gold walch,
enamel roae eel In centre. Reward. Phone
Cold Storage Plant 220. ti
ONLY   FOOLS   FEAR   WAR
WITH JAPAN"
So Says Jap Professor��� "War
Costs Too Much in Gold and
in Life.''
IIII
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llll
AT THE EMPRESS THEATRE
Wednesday Night, Oct. 11
LOVE AND HONOR
A new sensational comedy-drama by Wm. W. LaPoint
Los Angeles, Oct. 9.���"Only
fools arc afraid of trouble between
Japan and the United States,"
said Professor Nitobe, who is
specially commissioned by the
Mikado to present a message of
peace anil a better understanding
to the people of the United Stales.
Continuing, Professor Nitobe
said: "We cannot afford lo lose
the friendship, and especually the
trade, of thc United States. Then,
besides, we could not afford a war.
It costs too much both in gold and
in lives."
t
Real Estate j
Will buy lou In Prince Rupert al bargain prlcee
for caah. Apply P.O. Box 864 elating location.
price, etc. 231 tf
St. Andrews Society
The adjourned   meeting of the St   Andres, a
Society will be held   In  the  Carpenters'   Hall  on
Thursday evening, October i:tl> at 8 p.m.
All membera are reuueated to be In attendance.
S. D. MACDONALD.
231-234 Secretary
I IWnC A V'C CARTAGE and
UNUdAld     STORAGE
C T. P. Transfer Af enta
Orders prompUy Ailed.   Price* reasonable.
OFFICE-H. B. Il.-che.ter. Centra 8L    Phone M.
-EVERYTHING FOR HOUSEKEEPING-
As we buy everything for spot cash, we
aro  able  to  undersell all  competition
Here Are Some of Our Wares:
Armchairs, Rockers, Sanitary Couches,  Davenports,  Bed Lounges and
Rattan Goods; Chiffoniers, Dressers and all kinds of Case lloixls
Iron  and  Brass  Beds,  Baby   Buggies.
Linoleums at all prices. Twenty-five patterns to choose from.
Carpets, Rugs, Portiere, Tapestry and Luce Curtains
and all  kinds of Curtain  Materials.
For   the    -Stoves,   Hotel  White, Granite and Vitrified Wan-, Tea-
���.     , pots,    Beanpots,    Buttercrocks,    Jugs,    Filter*  ami a
Kitchen     complete  line  of  Enamel  Ware.
Furniture of all kinds.      Cutlery,   French and
English China in sets or by  the piece.
Dining Room
Miscellan-       Bedding, Blankets, Comforts, the famous Oatermoor
"       ,       Mattress, Framed Mirrors and Mirrorplute for fram-
eous (jOOds     tag, 36x48 down; Jardiniere, Vases, Bur Glutei of
every description,   Lamps,   Lamp   Chimneys,   Baskets  of  all  kinds.
This ls a Complete Housefurnlshlng Store   Largest Stock In the Nortii
If you don't know where to find what you want give us a call ���
We are pretty sure to have it.
LOTS  FOR  SALE
One lot, Block 22, Section 5, Seventh
Avenue.   Price X800, $400 cash.
One  lot.  Block  5,  Section  6,  Fourth
Avenue.     Price  $1200.    $400  cosh,
balance 1 and 2 years.
Two lota, Block  1, Section 6, Fourth
Avenue.    Price $3600.    $1500 cash,
balance 6 and 12 months.
One lot, Block 33, Section 7, Seventh
Avenue.     Price   $650.     $250   cash,
balance $25 per month.
Two lot", Block 17, Section 7,   Seventh
Avenue.   Price $1200 pair.   $400 cush.
Two lot-., Block 49, Section 7, Ninth
Avenue.    Price  $760  pair,  one-half
cash, balance 6 months.
HOUSES FOR SALE
4 room house, Ambrose Avenue, plastered, best harbor view in city, Price
$1837. $600 cash, balance $30 per
month.
FOR RENT
5 room house, unfurnished, newly papered and painted, basement. $21
per month.
LAND FOR SALE
5 and 10 acres, garden trucking at
Kitsumkalum. Price $65 per acre.
Terms.
10 acre tracts, garden trucking at
KiUelas.   Price $60 per acre.   Terms.
FOR LEASR
76 x 100 feet on Third Avenue, level.
Good lease.
LOTS IN NEW HAZELTON
$10 down and $10 per month buys a
lot now.
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 offering 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 j
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LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
-WILL nE PRODUCED WITH SPECIAL SCENERY BY���
The WILLIAMS STOCK Co.
DOORS OPEN AT 7.30
CURTAIN AT 8 SHARP
Price*:    50c,   75c,    $1.00
FORT GARRY HOTEL
New   Name   Selected   for   the
G. T. P. Hotel at Winnipeg
Winnipeg, Oct. 10.���"Tlu* Fort
Carry Hotel." This is lo be the
official name of the new hotel
ol the Gtand Trunk Pacific railway
on Broadway, and r.ot "The Lord
Selkirk" M was at  first officially
announced.    The  new nsnte  is
so obviously the proper name
for a hotel built on the actual
site of the historic old Fort Garry
that surprise has been expressed
on many occasions that it was rot
chosen  from  the first.    The new
hoiel will be built on pound thsl
was once enclosed by the itone
walls  and  ramparts  of old   Fort
Garry.   The decision to charge
the name was communicated to
the contractors and architects yesterday.
RESESVEI) SEATS ON   SALE  IN  THE  THEATRE  OFFICE
If you can even persuade a small
number of the people, who red
antl are influenced by classified
advertising in this newspaper, to
take a look at your property,
you'll find a buyer!
Skerna Und District��� District of Coaat Hanfe b
Taka nolle* that I, Oordon C. Emmaraon ot
Princa Rupart, B. C., occupation nol ct.tr
broker, Inland lo apply for permiaalon lo pur>
chaae the following ejcoei Ibed lantla:
Commanclng al a Mat planud aboul 2 3-4
milaa In a northerly direction from tba northeast
corner poat of Lot 1.11.9. ft.irt��* i, Coaat Dlalrlct,
thence north 40 chaina, lhanc* weat lo river
bank, lhanc* aouth following riv.-r bank to point
of commencement; conUining 160 acres, more or
leaa.
Dated Sept. 8, 1911.   GORDON C. KMMKRSON
Pub. Oct. 14.
Skeena Und Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct of Coast Rang* ���',
Tak* notice that URoy P.  Grant of Princ*
II. C, occupation civil engineer. InUnds
- * -. ,���- . ��� ,     - - -     a      f     ,,i .. a, -,,*���! ,u,i     ei i �� ii     a-11 sg,, in**, i ,     ir, . . n..-
to api.fy for permission to purchase the following
described Unds:
Commencing at a pott planted about 3 1-2 miles
in a M.rth. rK direction from the northeaat corner
pott of Lot li"'. IUnge r. Coast District, Ihence
east .10 chalu, thenc* north 60 chains, thence
west to bank of rivar, thence aouth following
hank of river to point of commencement: con
taining l��*-i acree. more or leas.
Dated .SepL 9. 1911. LF.ROY   F.  GRANT
Tub. Oct. 14, Gordon C. Emmerson, Agent
COAL NOTICE
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
Skeena Land Diatrict���Diatrict ot Queen Charlotu
Take notice that thirty daya from daU, I, C. E.
Hainter of I'rince Rupart, 6. C��� by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to tb* Chi*f Commiasioner of Landa tor a licence to proepect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acrea of
land on Graham Island deacribed aa folio���a:
Commencing at a poat planted two mllea north
ot C. E. M. Coal leaae No. 14, marked N. E.
comer ('. E. II. Coal Leaa* No. 17, thance aouth
��ii chains, thenc* wast 80 chaina, thene* north 80
chaina, thenc* eaat 80 cbaina to place ol commencement.
Daled Sept. II, 1911.    C. E. DAINTER, Localor
Pub. Sent. 23.
Skeena I .ami Diatrict -Dlalrlct of quern Charlotte
Tak* nolice lhat thirty dava from date, I, C. E,
Ilainler ol I'rince llupert, il. C, by occupation
hookkeeper, intend to apply to the (Mel Commlaaioner of Landa for a Licenc* lo proapect tor
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acrea of
land on Graham laland deacribed aa followa:
Commencing at a poat planted two mile* north
of C. E. n. Coal Leaa* No. 12, markad N. W.
comer C. E. II. Coal Leaae No. 18, thence aouth
80 chaina, thenee eaat 80 chaina, Uienea north 80
chaina, thence weal 80 chaina lo place of commencement.
Dated Sept. 11, 1911,    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und District���Diatrict ol Queen Charlotte
Take nolice lhat thirty dava altar daU, I, C. K.
ilainler ol Prinoe Rupart, II. c, by oceupatlon
bookkeeper, InUnd to apply ta the Chief Commlaaioner ot Unds for r li'-siiraa to proepect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acrea ot
land on Graham Island deae-rlbed aa followa:
Commencing at a poat p-ianud two mllea north
ot C. E. D. Coal Leaae No. 18, marked 8. W.
eorner C. E. D. Coal Lean No. I��, tbence north
80 chaina, thence eut 80 ehalna, thenee aouth 80
ehalna, thence weat 80 ehalna to place of commencement.
KtS5r#UU'    C* "��� BAINTER. Locator
Skeena Und District-District of Queen Charlotte
Tak* nolle* that thirty days from date, I, C. I
Hainter of Princ* Rupert, U. C, by occupation
bookkeeper. Intend tn apply to lb* Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licenc* to prospect for
coal and pelroleum on and under 640 acre* of land
on Graham Island described as follosra:
Commeneing at a post planted two miles north
of C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 11, marked 9. W.
corner C. E. H. Cod Leaae No. 20, thenco north
80 chains, thence west 80 chains, thenre south 80
chains, tnence oast 80 cbains to plac* of commencement.
Dated S*pl. 11, 1911.    C. E. It UN Thlt. Locator
Pub. Sept, 2.1.
Skeena Land District -District of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty davs after date. I, C. E.
Rainier of Prince Rupert, 11. C., by occupatiun
bookkeeper, Intend to apply lo the Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licence to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acres of
land on Graham Island described as follows:
Commencing at a post planted two miles north
of C. E. B. Coal Lease No. 16, marked S. E.
corner C. E. B. Coal Leue No. 21, thence north
80 chaina, thence west 80 chains, thence aouth 80
chaina, thenc* oast 80 chains to place of commencement,
DatedSept. 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locato-
Skeena Land District���District of Queen Charlotte
Take nolice that thirty days from date, I C. E.
Balnter of Prince Rupert, U C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licence to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under MO acres of
oland on Graham Island described aa follows:
Commencing at a post planted two miles north
of C. E. B. Coal Leue No. 16, marked N. K.
corner C. E. B. Coal Lease No. 22, thence south
80 chains, thence west 80 chains, thence north 80
chains, thence eut 80 chains to place of commencement.
Dsted Sept. 12, 1911.     C. E. BAINTER. Locator
Skeena Land District-DMrict of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty days from date, 1, C. E.
Bainter of Prince Rupert, It C, by occupation
bookkeeper, Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licence lo prost.net for
coal and petroleum on and under 610 cares of
land on Graham Island doscril>*d as follow*..
Commencing at a post planted two milea north
of C. E. B. Coal Lease No 17, marked N. E.
comer (*. E. H. Coal Lease No. 2<t thence south
80 cl.ains, thence wost 80 chains, thence north
80 chains, thence esst 80 chains to place of commencement.
Dated Sept. 12.1911.    C. E. BAINTER, locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land District-District of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that t: irty davs from date, I, C. E
Bainter of Prince Rupert, B. C, by occupsllon
bookkeeper. Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licenc* to proepect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acres of
Und on Graham Isalnd described as follows:
Commencing at a post planted two milei north
of C. E. B. Coal Lease No. 18, marked N. W.
corner C. E. B. Coal Lease No. 24, thence soulh
80 chains, Ihence eut 80 chains, thence north
80 chains, thence weat 80 chains lo place of com-
men cement,
DatedSept. 12,1911.
Pub. Sept. 23.
C. E. BAINTER, Ucator
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LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skeena Und Dlalrlct���Diatrict of tout Range 5
Tak* nolle* that Irank S. Miller of London,
Eng., occupation civil engineer, inunda lo apply
for permiaaion to pureraae tha lollowlng deacribed
landa:
Commencing at a poat planted at lho N. E.
Corner ol Ut 28, thence north 20 chaina, thence
weat 20 chaina, Ihence aouth 20 chaina, tbence
eaat 20 chaina to point ot commencement, containing 40 acrea more or leaa.
Hated August 16, 1911. FRANK 8. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 26. P. M. Miller, Agent
Skeena Und Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct of Coaat Range 5
Take notice tbat Herbert 1. Maekle ol Pembroke, Ont., occupation lumberman, Intenda to
apply (or permiaelon to purchaae the following
described landa:
Commencing at a post planted on the left bank
of the Zymoeioita or Zim-a-got-ita River, at eoulh.
weat comer oi I .<>t 1706, thence northerly, following
the westerly boundary of Ut 1706, 80 chains
moro or leaa, to the northwest eorner ol aald Ut
1706, thenco weaterly and eoulherly, following
the left bank of aaid river, 80 chaina more or lea. to
point of commencement conUining 160 acre*
more or leaa.
Ucated August 19, 1911.
Dateel August 21. 1911.    HERBERT J. MACKIE
Pub. Aug. 26. Frederick S. ClemcnU, Agent
Skeena Und DUlrict���Diatrict ol Coaat IUnge V
Take nolice that I,  Peter Erlckaon ol  Prince
Rupert, laborer, InUnd to apply for permiaalon
Xo purchaae the following doscriood lanela:
Commencing at a poat planted on the north
bank of Williams Creek where the railway right-
of-way croaaoa and 3 chain, back from tha creek
bank, thence aouth 30 chaina, thenca eaat 40
chaina, thence north 30 chaina, Itrnoe weat 40
chaina to point of commencement.
Dated July 7, 1911. I'ETER ERICKSON
I'ub. July 28. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
Skeena Und Diatrict���Diatrict ol Coaat Range V
Take notice that I, John Eveneon ol  Prince
llupert, laborer, InUnd to apply tor permiaalon
lo purchaae the following doacribeel landa:
Commencing at a poet planted at the aoutheaat corner of Ut 4415, thenoa north 80 chained
thence eaat 60 ehalna,  thence aouth 80 chaina,
thence weat 60 chaina to poinl ot commenoement.
Dated July 13, 1911. JOHN EVENSON
Pub. July 26. Fred E. Cowoll, Agent
Skeena Und Dlalrlct���Diatrict ol Coaat Range V
Take notice that 1, Benjamin A. Fish of Townei,
N. II. occupation merchant, InUnd to apply
tor permiaalon to purchaae the following deacribed
lamia:
Commencing at a port planted on the eaat
boundary and about Ave chaina from the aoutheaat oorner of Ut 4484, thenoa north 60 ehalna,
thenco eaat 30 chaina, thence aouth 60 chaina,
thence weat 80 chaina to point ot commencement,
DaUd June 24, 1911. BENJAMIN A. FISH
Pub. July 26. Fred E. CoweU, Agent
WATER NOTICi;
I, 3. Hirriaon ol Princ* llu
give notlc* that on the flllcenl
1911,1 InUnd to apply u the
uperi. B.*o*JS
itlTd.y ol *****
lllii, I Inletirl lr, I'SU'iy '" *a. *tTt*M I f^SSi
at hie offle* in Prince Rupert. II. I ������ ���"JSl
lo take and uae three cubic tecl ft **>������* CL���-a
Irom McNeil Rlwr In Skeena Dlstru-t I" ^
la to be uken from tha atream al-)-*! '"" ���,
above th* unction with the g__��,."3#
ia to ba uaad on Ut 4406 tor don.-tic mm
cultural purpo**-. ilMWL BABSB*
Sept. ��.  .___���<**
WATER NOTICK
inc. Rupert, ��,*;.>��
, flfteenlli ^ fjS*
U the Water ("""-JS
I, 8. Harrison ol Prince Itu*..-:'.
five notice that on the fill
911,1 InUnd to apply U the *ft*v* * ���"^"."jwia
at hla olllce In Princ* Ruperl, ",���'���'% ��*'
lo Uke and uae two cubici feet .'I �����> ' ��� sjgst
from the Wert Fork ot McNeil * . .'J,***
Diatrict. Th. waur ia to be tU^-SJ s*��<
about one mile from IU unctie i �� '�� _��
River and la to be uaed on Lot 410** '���"
and agricultural t****'t\*s*rsjgu \ikx\Xm*��
0*01, 9.
LAND PURCHASE K0TICB
Skeena Und DUtrlot-Dislrict (rf t> *,
Take notice that Percy M. Miller if I " ^ ���
pert, B.C., occupation Civil I-*"**1'1, .,' (���llo��i��
apply for permiaalon lo porcha",
elescrlbed landa: ,    __ _,  l, left i*'l
Commenolnij ��t�� poat Planted". ������ f ,���, ll.
of McNeil River at north west, ��� ��� rs*
R.V., thence eaat 20 chains nir,r. ; ���m*x
erly boundary of timber Mil ' , -<at��
40616) thence northerly WlffJIM ���* ,',��� ,��� If
boundnry of timber limit 60 ch ur WJJ ���,,��
to north west corner of aald tiinl*"' .������ lank J
westerly 20 chaina more or less x ���'..���������, ���*���
McNeil River.  Ihence soulhe*'ll ���r let
left bank of McNeil River 60 jJJ'J ,,��� sett
to point of commencement, runuii���**
mocorlo*���. PERCY M.Ml^,,,
Date June 19. 1911
Puh. July 19.1911 tC*m**x,*
Rkeena Und Diatrict--I'I'";"' "    (if y���2
Take notice that I. Thomas ." WJ, ��� ���,h
Rupert, occupation ���ppsngf',   .^inu'l"*"
for nermlealon lo purchase in.
^omlnenclnir at a r&��tftftife|
south from the mouth of I'alls .., *****
160 feet back from tho b���-* '��� {"JS -* ch'''
north, thenco 40 chains wesl..xxio  e^0*te
aouth. thence east 40 chain.>'''''\rf..
ment, conUining 320 M^Sfl ��vi'T_|���>-
r,-.-j ...... aaa.  .oil      Charles Wei''1"
Dated July 7th. 1911.    Charles
Pub. Aug. 6th.
Aircnt.

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