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Twenty-four hours ending 5 a.m.,
Aug. 21
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The Daily
Prince Gybrgu Friday, a. m.
for North
princess May Monday p. m.
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
VOL. II,  NO. 189
Prince Rupert, B.C., Monday, August 21. 1911.
Price Five Cents
Serious   Trouble   in   England   Terminated   Through
Efforts of Lloyd George���Troops Fired on Mob
in Wales���Killed Two, Wounded Others���
Troops Now Withdrawn.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London, Eng., Aug. 19.���A ureal
ive   of   relief   swept   over   the
ountry tonight, when shortly after
1 o'clock the announcement was
lade from  the  Board  of Trade
ffices thai the railway .strike hud
ii settled and  that the men
mild return lo work Immediately.
There is no doubt but that to-
iv'-a affray at  Llanelly, Wales,
i which the troops fired op. thc
lob, killing .women and wounding
iv.. others, had much influence
ending the strike.
Lloyd George Peacemaker
Tin* settlement was reached at a
inference   between   Mr.   Lloyd-
eorge,  Chancellor  of   the   Kx-
bequer   and   the   representative
i die men's societies.   The labor
his s.id tonight that the men
would return to work at once.
Mr. Asquith returned to London
this afternoon from thc country
where he had expected to stay
over Sunday, and his secretary
made constant trips to lhe conference at the Board of Trade
headquarters of the railway managers.
Victory for Unions
Messengers were sent to more
than a hundred branches of labor
unions tonight saying "The joint
Commission has settled lhe strike.
It is a victory for trades unionism.
All men must return to work
As ii result of the settlement,
troops will be withdrawn as fast
as arrangements for their transportation tiin be amtle.
Application Made for Station at
Kitsumkalum to Railway
Lu who are Making Haste to
be Rich in Western Canada
Heavily Scored by Rev. Dr. E.
A. Chown Preaching in Prince
"Theme, who an making mon-
> fast and dishonestly in Canada
re the arch-fiends corrupting the
���omit of Canada," declared Rev.
��r. I.. \. Chown. "And yet." he
rial on wiih ii touch of sarcasm.
h. y iire rewarded with vast
iinbi-r limits, valuable townsite?,
nd lands. I don'l say that you
an't make money fast ami hon-
���tly in Canada, but there are many
ilu. make Wealth dishonestly.
��� '��� n k men s.eing ;ht*m are eager
n follow their evil methods, and
|li.' business life of the land is
Poisoned.   Bui I declr.ro that tin
great business men fifty years
from now will have no use for
money���making that is not also
.he milking of straight strong
Dr. Chown referred to a member
oi the Northwest Lumber Combine
who came to him with a troubled
conscience admitting thai though
the prices charged by the corpora.ion for high grade lumber in
small demand by the wealthy,
wen- fairly just, yet the prices
charged for ordinary gradt lumber
indispensable to the *HMir settler
struggling to develop his properly
seemed exorbitant. The lumber
man asked what he should do,
wrong his conscience and the
poorer purchasers, or hurt his
keen business sense and reduce
lhe price of low grade luinlicr.
Dr. Chown toltl him there was
nothing for it. He must take up
his cross, and (presumably) take
down .he pricis.
|Score Was Six Goals to Five  Vancouuer Met  With
Number of Misfortunes in Game-Winning
Team Showed Better Combination in
Playing than Opponents.
' inadian Press Despatch)
V.u-couur, Aug. 21.    Tlieeham-
li' '.i New Westminster Lacrosse
j*   in recognised on Saturday lhal
Li it's team was to retain  the
JMillto   Cup   ihe   greatest   game
iblc would have to be iniro-
I'   "<l .'.id wiih lhat opinion ever
Jin-fore ih,. players, they provided
'     iheir   best.     When   the   final
I lit: rang they retired victors by
���   '"'< <>f six goals to five.
lhe opposition experts, picked
''������in all parts of Canada met
with a number of misfortunes and
' ran be truthfully said that the
J'l- ment luck was to a great extent
! ii  evidence.   To summarise the
''" .'I'd wherefore of (be result
' few words is to say, that
''������-���<��� Vancouver experienced the
���"���rdesl luck in not scoring nt
���' three or four more goals, the
champion aggregation appeared i<>
��   better combination  of op-
("���������tunisto.   This is the situation
111 a mil-shell.
Con Jones, "we will let the next
game go by default. There is not
lhe slightest doubt in the minds
of the ten thousand lacrosse fans
thai law the game lhat Lalonde
scored a goal ihat was nol allowed. Westminster has the controlling vote in lhe Association,"
he saitl.
Vancouver, Aug. 20.���(Lata)���
1 iucbs   Vancouver   can   get   a
square deal in umpires," declared
S.S.   Prince   George   Carrying
Scores of Them Today
Bishop DuVemet ami Archdeacon Collison left thi** morning
for London, Out., to attend the
General Synod of the Anglican
Church. Canon Keen of Metlakatla has gone to Vancouver
to be present at a meeting in eon-
cnetlon with the establishment
of an .Anglican College in affiliation
with the University of Briiish
Columbia. These genth men went
on ihe S.S. Prince George and
several Melohdist ministers, who
attended ihe conference of lhe
church at Port Simpson, also went
south on ihe George.
Through Mr. Fred Peters, Mr.
K. Eby and forty other residents
of Kitsumkalum made application
to the Boanl of Railway Commissioners on Saturday to have a
railroad station at Kitsumkalum
instead of Littleton. Several witnesses were heard for both sides.
Mr. Tate, solicitor for the G. T. P.,
called Superintendent Mehan antl
George Little in support of the
company's side of the case while
Mr. Peters called Mr. Eby and
Decision was reserved for a lime.
The King has presented to the
Zoological Society a pair of Barbary
sheep. These animals attain a
height of over three feet and have
massive horns and a large mane.
Northwestern League
Vancouver 3, Portland 2.
Seattle ti, Victoria 2.
National League
Chicago 1(5, Boston 8.
Pittsburg 2, 10;   Brooklyn 3, 7
New York 5, 4; St. Louis 5, 2.
American League
Philadelphia 3.     licago 1.
Detroit 0, Boston 3.
Washington 8, St. Louis 7.
Cleveland 3, New York 2.
Pacific Coast League
Oakland 8, Vernon (i.
Sacramento 4, San Francisco 3.
P. R. Indoor Baseball League.
Brotherhood Crescents vs. Quill
Drivers at the Auditorium, Tuesday, August 22nd. Game
called at 8.45 sharp. Admission
25 cents.
Tug Goliah of Seattle Brought
Two Million Feet for G. T. P.
Two million feet of lumber
came in this morning from Belling-
ham for lhe (i. T. P. on the hulks
"Casondalt" antl "James Drum-
mond" towetl by the trim steam
tug Goliah, Captain Bailey of the
Puget Sound Tug Company. The
lumber will be used in construction
of snowsheds along the G. T. P.
The Goilah left Bellingham last
Thursday night ami had a fine
irip up. In compliance with the
new law in the United States the
tug Carried wireless telegraph. As
soon as the Goliah will return
souih today.
For row boats and launches
telephone 320 green. Davis'
Boat House.
Railway Commission Claims that Company Ignored the Railway
Act and Infringed on People's Rights���Refused to Grant
Approval of that piece of Line---No Verdict Yet in
Application for Re-opening the Bay.
Hundred's Killed and Injured in Cities of Antler and
West Hope, N.D.���Damage Over $1,000,000���
Cities Laid Flat- Souris, Sherwood and
Loraine on Manitoba Border
Visited by Tempest.
Fargo, N. D., Aug. 21.���Over
a million dollars damage was done
to property in ci.ies in the northern
central district here by the dol-
lision of two cyclones circling from
opposite directions across the state.
With tremendous violence the two
whirlwinds met and scattered devastation in all directions. Hundreds of people have been killid
and injured, and the search for
bodies is in progress.
Antler and West Hope
One of the cyclones swept over
the cities of Antler and West
Hope razing every building in
them to the ground. Two hundred
people were injured here, and the
searchers at the time of wiring
had managed to extricate a few
bodies. Many more are believed
to be in the wreckage as hundreds
of  persons are  missing.     Houses
were swept along wiih the blast
antl when lhe second cyelote was
encountered the whirlwind's respective burdens of debris were
Hung against each oilier to fall
over a wide area in confused
Manitoba Border Visited
The cities of Souris, Sherwood
and Loraine just on the Manitoba
bonier wen visited by the tail end
of the blast and severely devastated hiany houses being thrown
down, and much minor damage
done to properly. A number of
injuries are reported from these
centres, but no deaths as yet.
Twenty   persons   perished   iit   the
moment of impact just underneath
the whirling tempests, and rescue
parties are searching far and wide
for their bodies. The lists of dead
an- expected to be sadly extended.
In fearless outspoken terms,
Judge Mabee, chairman of the
Board of Railway Commission, rs,
severely censured lhe Grand Trunk
Pacific Railway Company on Saturday afternoon when the Board
sat in the Government Court
House. The censure arose out
of the application of John Y.
Rot-luster, Georgetown Lumber
Company, Weslenhaver Brothers,
Westholme Lumber Company, and
W. 11. Law of Prince Rupert, for
and Oi-dt-r,iiiiderSet tion 233 of tin-
Railway Act directing the G. T. P.
to construct it bridge a.-ross part
of the entrance to Cameron Bay
so as to leave an entrance of 4.r>
feet for the passage of liarges and
other small craft beneath the same
from Prince Rii|K-rl llarlior lo
��� he said Cameron Bay.
Judgment was reserved lo allow
lhe evidence and other features
of the case to Ik- looked into. Mr.
Alfretl Carss, who represented the
applicants told ihe Commissioners
that when the G. T. P. commenced
the construction of the railroad
running from mile 0 westerly lhc
applicants were using the bay in
question and had a lease from llic
Provincial   t'.overnmiiit   on   it.
Without consulting the applicants,
and in spilt* of iheir objections
OKplllned Mr. Carss. ihe railway
company filled in the entrance to
the bay. Further, argued couiusl,
the G. T. P. did not have the
permission   the   Railway   Act   rc-
Board   Went   to   the   Bay
Mr. D'Arcy Tate, solicitor for
die company, naturally championed the right of the G. T. P. to fill
in the entrance lo the bay, claiming
i'll the necessary rights had hi en
obtained. To get a In-tter idea
of tin matter lhe Commissioners
thought it better l�� go and see
the ground of complaint them
stives. They went and saw where
the Provincial Government had
Constructed a dock there and that
roads led down to ihe dock.
When the sitting was resumed at
ihe Court House, Commissioner
McLean asked Mr. Tate if In
had Complied with Section 233
of the  Railway Act, which says
that when a railway company
Wants to fill up navigable waters
plans must Ih* approved by the
Department of Public Works and
the Board of Railway Commissioners. "Wits this done?" asked
Mr. Mi I i.ui
Mr. Tate hastened to explain
that he had the authority of the
Marine Department and to offer
other explanations.
"But answer yes or no," raid
Commissioner McLean.
"Yes," was the answer, but Mr.
Tate dould  not   produce enough
evidence  tO  convince  the  Board
thai he had the right authority.
"Viollation of the Law"
"It's a deliberate violation of
the law," said Judge Mabee.
"If we buy a piece of property
we can do i.s wc like on it," said
Mr. Tate.
"A man can. but a railway com*
pany cannot," submitted the Chair
man of the Board.
"Bui we observed the spirit
and substance of the law," t-iioth
Mr. Tate.
"Bill not the letter," interject, d
Mr. McLean. "Section 233 prohibits you going on with such
work until you have obtained the
necessary permission."
Monkeying Alleged
"You Went on with this work
in con l raven I on of the law of the
land.    It looks to me as if there
o o
oooo ooooooo 000,
Nanaimo, B. C, Aug.19
Duncan Ross was elected here tonight by the
Liberal Convention of
Comox-Atlin as the Liberal candidate for the
Dominion Parliament.
He defeated Judge W. B.
Mclnnes of Vancouver,
by a vote of 60 to 45.
Then a unamious vote
was passed endorsing Mr.
Ross. The first vote
was solid north against
solid south.
Intervention of Mr. Lloyd George has Helped Conciliation.
Strikers Returning to Work.
Men will Win.
has been a lot of monkeying over
this. The city council were backing
up these men then withdrew and
then 1 suppose you made a dicker
with the Provincial Government,"
saitl the Chairman to Mr. Tate.
At   this   point   Cily   Solicitor
Peters got up and commenced:
"I am holding a watching brief
for the city council and I would
like to siy lhal the city council
did not withdraw in favor of the
G. T. P. When the council did
withdraw it was clearly on the
undemanding that it was up to
the G. T. P., and the applicants
iu question to fight thc matter
��� nil between iheinselves."
Mr.  Tate  further argued  that
the company had got a full title
of ilu* property and avowed that
the action of the company was
perfectly justified.
High or Low?
Superintendent Mehan was eul-! Accused Fred Clarke before Magistrate Carss   Evidence
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London, Aug. 21.���Following the
intervention of Mr. Lloyd George
on Saturday the railway services
are nearly normal today. There are
some hitches but these are regarded
as only temporary. The conciliation Im.ml composed of both
sitles is sitting today and adjusting
all differences. The men are likely
to get an advance in wiiges and
recognition of the union leaders.
Out of more ihi'ii one hundred
thousand strikers at Liverpool more
than one third reported for work
Liverpool, Aug. 21.- li is stated
officially that the local dock troubles will be settled at the meeting
between representative strikers antl
shipowners   lo   be   held    in    the
Cunard   Company's   offices
The following gentlemen won
suits in Solan and Company's
Suit Clubs on Saturday night:
No. 10���J. McLennan.
No. 11���C. R. Cocks.
No. 12���N. Larson.
No. 13���R. A. L. P. Hurt..
No.  14���George Tody.
No.  15   J. E. Di'vey.
No. 10���H. Ward.
Uil as a witness stated that scows
could not git into the bay at low
Mr. Carss informed the Boanl
that he was prepared to submit
evidence to disprove what Mr.
Mi li oi had said.
Then the superintendent claimed
ii loaded stow could not get under
an ordinary bridge, consequently
ii swing bridge would have to
be put in. Mr. Carss took an
op|iosite view of this matter also
Mr. Rochester and his supporters made known to the Board
what the closing up of the bay
meant to them and to other men
in business here. Mr. Tate claimed
it Would lie lo the best interests
of the city and province to have
it closed.
"We will tit lay our verdict until
the documents in connection with
the case iire pul in," said Judge
Malx-i. These documents include
the titles and authority from the
Dominion C.overiiinent to proceed
wiih the work. Mr. Tate promised
to give them to the Board as soon
of Post Master and Money Order Clerk, also
Charles Wormald Whose $87.68 was
Paid on a Forged Receipt.
Before    Magistrate    Carss    this
morning the preliminary hearing
of the forgery charge agianst Fred
Clarke (on 12000 ball) was opened.
R. L. Macintosh, Postmaster, snd
J. R. Morrison, post office registered letter and money order
department clerk, were examined,
ids.. Charles S. Wormald, formerly
accused's partner, whose money
$87.08 was obtained by someone
else by means of the forged money
order receipt.
Post Office Evidence
For the Post office Department
Postmaster Mcintosh described tin
method of dealing with money
order   business,   and   named   his
clerks for ihat department.   He
J. R. Morrison examined the
money order and rec. ipt, explained
his duties regarding them ami said
ihat he could not swear to the
Identity of persons cashing such
order after the lapst of lime,
ih..ugh care was exercised as far as
possible iii Identifying them.
Wormald s  Evidence
- Charles s. Wormald siid he
met Fred Clarke and his brother
at Toronto. They knew he came
from Gatrshead on Tyne ami that
he was expecting money from
home, for he had told them on
the Prince George. He had never
received lhe 887.08, and had never
signi d the money order receipt for
it. He knew accused's handwriting and had specimens of it
Informed Mr. A. Manson, solicitor
(or the defence, lhal packets some- in correspondence lhat had passetl
times went missing especially ai between them, From bis know-
Xmas time, one occasion in par- ledge of Clarke's writing he im-
ticular���the Princess Beatrice mys- agincd   the  forged  name  on   thc
tery  -had not been explained, The I receipt  was written by Clarke.
..*���  . ver  he  could  get   them  from   r(,K*Mm,(1    p.,(.k(i,    [���    ,,,.���    (ns(,  Cr08S-*eXamlned    by    A.    Manson.
his Office In Winnipeg. lhad   been   signed   lor   iu   i.-gular  It   was   because   ecrrtain   writing
More Severe Censure
Then application was made by
Mr. Tate for the approval ol tin
course on  tlu- steamer, and ai I something like the forgery was on
Vancouver.    So   far   it   had   noil "Sons  of   England"   letter   paper
been discovered where the packet that he connected the forgery with
had gone. ��� the accused.  (Proceeding al noon). THE DAILY NEWS
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Daily Edition.
Monday, Aug. 21
"Spy"   a   Beautiful   English   Greyhound   Displayed
Clairvoyant Faculty���Story   of   His   Life and
Strangely Sudden  Death
arch of his chest, with one foot
across the other (he always assumed
that position in his movements ol
meditation). Incessantly twitched
his sensitive nostrils, moved Ins
ears, and followed about the room.
UtMBS U��d DUtrict -Diatrict ol Queen Charlotta
Tak.* nolle* that Auatin M. llro n ol MM
Kui'r. occupauon saddler,, lnwn.1. *<&&,*
SaVChW l'.iiiinii.--Hion.T ol Lands ami Works lor
luc*n���� to prospect lor coal, oi and petroleum on
In,! under lh. following desenbed land* on lh.
West Coast ol liraham Island:
possessetl of won*
bin   only  sildom
these days of a
(From the Toronto Globe)
This is ilu time of supreme opportunity for strong men in Canadian politics. The candidate who steps forrh with the standard of
Liberalism in the present campaign has a chance for grcat national
service which rarely comes twice in one generation. The occasion
makes appeal to all that i-- strong and patriotic in Canadian citizenship.
The issue is clear-cut. It involves not only enlarged opportunities
for trade, but also the primary and essential rights of free and responsible sell-government.
The principle at stake in this campaign is the fundamental principle <>f historic British Liberalism���the right of free people to govern
themselves without the obstruction either of special privilege or of
selfish private interests. To light for that principle is the chance now
offered t<> the Canadian people. To be leaders in thai fight is the duty
and the inspiration of those who may be candidates for Parliament
in the Liberal cause. Never in Canadian history was the chance
greater or the cause worthier of public service and personal sacrifice
from the greatest Canadians.
If the Liberal cause wins in this appeal to the people there will
come enormously enlarged opportunities for trade in Canada's national
products. It means the chance to sell and the chance to buy in the
best markets. That will lie a great thing for the people of Canada.
But a still greater thing will also be secured; a firm forward setp in
Canada's nationhood alike within the British Empire and among the
nations of the world. To have a share in the triumph of such a cause
is the chance now offered to ihe strong men in the constituencies of
Owners of tlogs have
found iheir pet
iK i I'nl sagacity
do you  hear in
clairvoyant dog.
Spy-Boy, an English greyhound
with famous ancestors, was physically a thing of perfect beauty���all
fine, steel springs covered with
pale brown velvet. When he stood
between you and a bright light
the lower part of his stomach was
translucent, and you could always
see the throbbing of his heart.
Although by birth and temperament an itristocrat, his breeding
had not impaired his intellect.
He literally had a fine mind. 1
think of him as a kind of canine
Macaulay, except that he had
about him a touch of mysticism;
he heard sounds and snult odors
and saw things that no one slse
For hours at a time, says
Charles M. Flandrau in "Prejudices," 1 have sat reading in
thc same room with him, an
absolutely silent. Bcentless, uninhabited room as far as my
primitive senses could discover,
while he,  poised on  the delicate
with his eyes
he   saw.     I
except   what
he,  however,
he  would  get  up,  slow
them until they disapp.
then resume his position.
the Invisible things
could   sir  nothing
I  knew was there
could.   Sometimes;
"y  watch
'.red, and
One day,
iifter he had sat this wa)
hour or more, he arose, re
head for a moment on my
lap, and then fell dead.
How Rowdy admired 1
dy,  too, was a greyh
poor,   silly,   stupid   old
for an
*ud liis
mil! Row*
nind, but
escutcheon was simply ���' grille of
bars sinister. His humble, silf-
sacrificing attachment to Spy was
as if he appreciated that Spy wii-
thc real thing, and that he was
only a clumsy imitation. Spy was
kind lo him: at time- it seemed
to me that Rowdy's society even
mildly amused him, but his kindness was unmistakable that <>f
royalty for some lowiy and derated
I moicom.nl.        M,STIN M. BROWN,
I located AubusI 1st, 1811.
I 1'uli. Allf, IH.
I skwna Und Dislrict -District ol Queen Charlotu,
Tak. notlc that Austin M. Ilrown ol Princa
; itui-aTi. occupallon aaddler, Intends to apply to
,h>. I'hlel Commissioner ol Unds and Works lor
* licence to prospect lor coal, oil and petroleum
on ami undo the lollowln, describa-d landa on th.
\Ve*t Coast ol liraham laland: 	
Commencing at a poat planted three mile, easl
ol the southeast corner of C. L. No. 44,5 thence
an chains west, thence 80 chaina north, 80 chains
east, thence 80 chaina aouth to point ol commencement. ArsTIN M   BR0WNi imJjm
Located Aunust Iat, 1911.
I'ub. Aug. 19.
skeena Und District���DUtrlct ol Queen Charlotte
Tak. notice that Auatin M. Brown of Crlnce
Kupert. saddler, Intenda to apply to the Chic!
Commissioner ol Unds and Works lor a licence
lo prospect lor coal, oil and petroleum on and under
U*aTfollowing deacribed landa on the West Coast
ol liraham Island: 	
Commencing at a poat planted three milea eaat
of the northeast corner of C. L. No. 4169 thence
east 80 chains, ihence aouth 80 chaina. thence
west 80 chains, ihence north 80 chaina to point ol
commencement. __    __,   .
Located August 1st, 1911.
rub. Aug. 19.
General Merchandise
Largest Slocl(
Lowest Prices  in Northern B. C.
...>������.��|m>���* >*fr..* tAjmsx* ..*... ���*��*��.
Skeena Und District���District ol Coast Range V
Take notica that 1, John  Evenson ol  I'rince
Rupert, laborer. Intand to apjily for permission
to purcbaae tbe lollowing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at tho aouth-
aaat corner of Lot 4415, thenca north 80 chains'
thence eaat 60 chaina,  thenc* aouth 80 chains,
thence west 60 chains to point ot commencement.
Dal*d July 13. 1911. JOHN EVENSON
Pub. July 25. Kred E. Cowell, Agent
Skeena Und DUlrict��� District ol Queen Charlott
Take notice that Austin M.  I.rown ol Prince
Rupert, saddler. Intends  to apply to the Chief
Commlsaloner ol Lands and W.-rks for a licence
i to prospect for coal, oil and petroleum on and
| under the (ollowing described Isnds on the Weat
I i .-..-* of Graham Island.
;     Commencing at a poat planted two mllea east
��� ol the northeast comer of C. L. No. 4478 thence
80 chaina east, tbence 80 chains south, thence 80
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Coast Range V I chaina waat, thence 80 chains nurth to point ol
Take notice that I, Benjamin A. FUh ol Towner, I commencement.
N.   D.,   occupation   merchant.   Intend   to  apply i Al'STIN M. BROWN, Locator
*     Date ol Location 31st July 1911.
Were the campaign of the Opposition to succeed, that success
would delay the day of li-eiter irade relations for Canada. That day
has been too long delayed. Sir John Macdonald antl his colleagues
sought to hasten it. In his turn Sir Wilfrid Laurier and the Liberals
look up the cause. Now the chance has come. Events which wert
not on the program of either Sir John or Sir Wilfrid have forced the
issue from lhe other side, and the better trade arrangements which
Canada has always sought are now formally offered by the President
and Cngnss of the l'nited States.   This offer was long and bitterly
fought by the organized beneficiaries of high protection in all the States
and on the floor of Congress.   But the cause of the people won against
thc blinded and selfish arrogance of the privileged interests.   It onlv
remains now for the people of Canada lo defeat the same arrogancJ. | .i^oTtacbuVk. MS! ��Ss A mu-ISm
similarly organized in Canada, similarly blinded by selfish interests |,u "  lu' r' *"" "    ���"'" "	
and similarly cuippped with funds from similar corrupt sources.   Tlu
Canadian people can do it
even greater decesivimss than il was done in the L'nited States.   To
leatl in the doing of it is the part of all who an* called to be leaden
of llu campaign in the Liberal cause.   This is ihe chance for strong
for permiasion to purcbaae tbe following described
Commencing at a pott planted on the east
boundary and about five chains (rom the southeast corner of Lot 44S4, thence north 6U chains,
thenee east 30 chains, thence south 60 chsina,
thenoe west 30 chains to point of commencement.
Dated June 24, IHU. BENJAMIN A. FISH
Pub. July 25. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
Skaana Land District���District of Coast Range V
Take notice that I, Adolpti H. Christiansen of
Towner, North Dakota, occupation attorney-
at-law, Intend to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planud about one and
1 one-half miles (1 1*2; northeast of the head of
Trout River on tbe weet side of Lakelse Lake,
and about 5 cbains from tbe lake-front, thence
south 80 chains, tbence west SO chains, thence
nortb 80 chains, tbence east sv chains to point
of commencement.
l >au-l June 30, 1911. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
Pub. July 25.
Skeena Land District���District of Coast Range -
Take notie* that Henry Macartney of Prince
Rupert, M. C, occupation miner, Intends to apply
for permiasion to purchase tbe following described
1-2 milea west from Eichumsiks rapids, tbence -su
chains  north, tbeoee 40 cbaina eaat,  thence ,u
chains south, tbence 40 cbaina west to point o
,| commencement,   containing   320   acra   more   or
I nv\ can do it now.    rluv can do it with  i���.  po.t marked "h.m. s.w. cor."
The official blue book issued by the British Government, containing a precis of the proceedings of the Imperial Conference, has
reached Ottawa, and a perusal of its pages shows that Hon. G. P.
Graham was quite correct when he stated at Montreal that everything
which Laurier opposed was defeated, antl that everything which he
proposed was adopted.
Thi outstanding feature of the proceedings is the unanimity with
which all the delegates united in support of the principle that the
only true l>a>N uj>on which the Empire could be united was, to quote
the words of Premier Asquith, "units indeed, but units in a greater
This was further emphasised by Mr. Asquith's declaration
Sir Wilfrid's proposition for a commission of enquiry into the
and nxjurces of the Umpire, that "in matters of policy the I
Kingdom and the several dominions were, and must remain, its master
in iis own house, and every self-governing State in the Empire must
pursue such a fiscal policy as in the opinion of the majority of its
citizens, was for the time lieing best suited to the requirements and
conditions of their own country/'
Thr results achieved iu the defence committee are not stated,
but it is evident from the summary of the speeches that there was
general unanimity in support of the various policies adopted by Canada,
Australia, and New Zealand.   In this connection, it is Important to
note that Premier Asquith declared that the discussions had resulted
"in a most satisfactory agreement which, while it recognizes our common obligations, at the same time acknowledges with equal clearness
that thou obligations must be performed in the different parts of the
Empire in accordance with the requirements of local opinion and local
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeena Land DUtrict���DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that Austin II. Brown of Prince
Rupert, saddler. Intends to applv to tbe Chief
t'omm saioner of Lands and Work* for a licence
to prospect for coal, oil and petroleum on and
under lne following deacribed lan-i�� on the Weet
Coast of liraham Inland:
Commencing at a poat planted two mllea east
of the northesst comer of C. L. No. 4478 thence
south eu chains, thenee ���*��� *��� M chains, thence
north *������ chaini, tbence east ""-" chains to point of
Al'STIN M. BROWN, locator
Located 31st July. 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeena Land Dutnct -DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that Austin M. Brown of Prince
Rupert, occupation aaddler, intends to apply
to the Chief Commlaaioner of Lands and Works
for a Ucence to prospect for coal, oil and petroleum
on and uftler the following deacribed landa on the
West Coast of Graham laland:
Commencing at a post plaited two mile* east
of tbe southeast corner of C. L. No. 4477 thence
90 chains north, tbence 80 chaina east, thence .*���>
chains south, thence 80 chains west to point of
Al'STIN M   BROWN, Locator
Located 31st July, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeena Land DUlrict���District of Queen Charlo tt
Take notice that Austin M. Brown of Prince
Rupert, saddler, Intends to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for a licence
lo prospect for coal, oil and petroleum on and
Taka   notioe   that   Stanley   Green   of   Prince ' under tne following described lands on the West
Rupert, B. C., occupation miner, Intends to apply   CoMt of Graham Island
Dated AprU 22, 1911.
Pub. April 29.
keena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Coast Range 5
for permission to purchase tbe following deacribed
Commencing at a post planted 40 chains soulh
and 40 chains west of the northwest corner of
Lot 1733, Lakelse Valley, DUtrict of Coast Range
6, thence west 40 chains, thenco south 80 chains,
thence eut 40 chains, thenoe north 80 chains to
point of commencement.
Staked Juje 30th, 1911 STANLEY GREEN
Pub, July 15. Locator
Skaana Und DUtrict���Distric* of CaasUr
Taka notio* tbat 1, Jame* Webster Esplin of
Stewart, B.C., occupation    auctioneer, intend to
apply for parmiaaion to   purchase   tb*   following
deacribed landa:
Commencing at a post planted on tha right
bank ot the Naaa river about nine milea abov*
tb* forka of tbe Naaa river, thance south 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains, tbence north 80 chains,
Commencing at a post planted two miles east
uf the southea t corner of C. L. No. 4477 tc-nce
80 chains west, thence 80 chains ncrth, tb*ncc 80
chains east, thence no chaina aoulh lo point of
Al'STIN M. BROWN, Locator
Located 31st July, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
.Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Take notice thst Austin M. Brown of Prince
Kupert, occupation aaddler, intends to apply to
the chief Cammiwloner of Lands and Works for
a licence to prospoct for coal, oil and petroleum
nn and under the following deacribed lands on the
West Coast of Graham Island:
Beginning st a post planted three mllea eaat
the northeast corner of C. I.. No. 4474 thence 80
chains i,vi   thence 80  chaina aouth.  thence 80
. ���>a��**.a_s .    ��       * -vat^.ssss    pm    inriKC     ty\r    vuvxaa*    a*-vu*.,,,     vnt-i-i *-     *r.
thenc* tan 60 chaina to point o! commencement, , c���,in, ,���., ,h���n��� M chmlnl no.,h ,0 poln, ���,
i-****-, n I a I n I r* * Klfl s*/.rmm r*n i-i p-aa nr lataa _ _
containing 640 acrea more or less.
Dated March 24, 1911. Frank Sidney Wright, Agt
Pub. May 17.
Skeena Ui.l DUtrict-DUtrict of Coast Range 5
Take note* tbat Linford Sewell Bell of Prince
Rupert,   B.  C. occupation  locomotive engineur. '
Intendi to apply for permiasion to purchase the
folluwing described landa:
Commencing at a poat planted on th* north
bank of the Zimogotits River about thre* (3)
milea distant tupstream. In a westerly direction
from the junction of the Little Zimogotiu River
and the main Zimogotitz River, thence north 40
chains, thence west 40 chains, thence south 40
chains, thence eaat 40 chains to poat of commencement containing 160 acre* more or leas.
Dated June 7, 1911. LINFORD SEWALL BELL
Pub. July 8,
BROWN, Locator
JAY KUGLER, Secrttary-Treatun
President DAVID H. HAYS. 1st Vlce-Pres.
2nd Vlce-Pres. and Manager
rt C. B. PETERSON. Ass't.-Manager
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Localrd August 1st, 1911.
I'ub. Aug. 17.
Skeena Land District���Diatrict ol (juean Charlotte
Take notice lhat Auatin M. Brown of I'rince
Hupert,   occupation   aaddler.   Intends   to   apply
1 to the ( ' , f Commissioner ol Lands and Worka
lor a licence to prospect for coal, oil and petroleum
on and under the following deacribed landa on the
West Coast of Graham laland:
Commencing al a poat planted three milea east
of .he northeast corner of C. L. No. 4471 thence
HO chains south, thence 80 ehaina wast, thence HO
chains north, thence HO chaina east to point of
' commencement.
,    ,, , AUSTIN M. BHOYVN, Locator
Ceo. R. Putnam, Agant J Located August 1st, 1911.
Skeena Land Dlatri-.t-District of Caaslar ���'u,'��� Au*t' "'
Ruin   ll��"c   'ISLLST^-SSSS' SfjS��2   msxemm Land Dlstrict-Dlrtrlct ol Coast Range V
Commencing' at a poat plant-sd in th. vicinity ' \���a\��mMm " PUrth"* "" '��U��"'"i imc,ib*d
on th. easterly boundary of Timber  Limit No'   SgeTISSh 40 ,h..n. ' ' M '
36281 or No. 36280. thence south 40 chaina along ' th*""* ,ou'-' iU cl"*"w'
Skeena Und DUtrict���District ol Queen Charlotte
Take nolle, that Auatin M. Brown ol rrlnce
Rupert, aaddler. Intenda to apply lo the Chlcl
Commlaloncr of Landa and Worka for a licence
lo prospect for coal, oil and petroleum on and
under the following deecritwd lands on thc WW
Coaat of Graham laland:
Commanclng at a poal planted three mllea east
ol th. northeaat corner of C. L. No. 4169 thence
south 80 chaina, thenc*. 80 chains wesl. thence no
chaina north, thenca 80 chains east lo point ol
commencement. fc-   M ���__   ,
Located August Iat, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Und Dlalrlct-Diatrict ol Queen Charlotte
Take nolle, that Austin M. Brown ol Trince
Ruperl. occupation aaddler, intends to apply lo
the Chlel Commiaaioner of Unds and Worka for a
licence lo proapect for coal, oil and petroleum on
and under lh. lollosmlg described lands on lhe
Weal Coaat ol Graham Island:
Commencing at a poal planted three miles east
ol th. aoutheast cornvr of C. L. No. 44TO Ihence
north 80 chains, lhance eaat 80 chaina, thence
aouth 80 chains. ih.*nc* west 80 chains to point of
commencement. ��� , ������,,   .
Located August Iat, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skt-ena Und Diatrict -District ol Queen Charlotta
Taka nolle, that Auatin M. Brown of Prince
Rupert, occupation aaddler, intenda to apply
to the Chief Commlaaioner of Unds and Worka
for a licence to nroep-wt lor coal, oil and petroleum
on and under the following d*acril*a*d lands on the
\v .-at Coast of Graham Island:
Commencing at a poat planted thre.* miles ea.t
of lh. southeast corner of C. L. No. 4170 thence
west 80 chaina. thrnc. north 80 chains, thence
eaat 80 chain*, ihenee aouth 80 chains to point ot
Located Auguat Iat, 1911.
Skeena Und District���District of Queen Charlotte
Tak. notice lhat Austin M. Rrown ol Princ.
Rupert, occupation aaddler. Intenda to apply
to the Chief Commlaaioner of Unds and Worka
for a licence to proapMt for coal, ml and petroleum
on and under tn. loUowing deacribed lands on the
W'est Coast ol Graham Island:
Commencing al a poal planted three miles east
ol the northeast corner ol C. L. No. 4471. thence
80 chains eaat. thence 80 chains soulh, thence 80
chains weat, tbenc. 80 chains norlh lo point of
commencment.  _.,   m
Located Auguat let, 1911.
Pub. Aug. It.
Skeena Und Diatrict���District ol Queen Charlotte
Take nolice that Austin M. Brawn ol Prince
Rupert, saddler by occupation, intenda to apply-
to the rhi. f Commlaaioner ol Unds and Works
for a lic*tne* to praep***ct for coal, oil and petroleum
on and und��r th. following deacribed landa on the
Weat Coaat of Graham Island:
Commencing at a post ptanted three milea east
ol the northsaat coi*d**t of C. L. No. 4471 th.nc*
south 80 ehalna, thenc waat 80 chaina, thenc
nortii 80 chains, Ihenc aaat 80 chains to point
of commencm.nL
Al'STIN   M.   BROWN,  Loealor
I.airalr.1 August Iat, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skena Und Diatrict  -Diatrict ol Queen Charlotu
Tak. notlc that Austin M. Brown ol Princ
Rupert, occupation aaddler. intends to apply
th. Chief Commiaaioner of Unda and Works lor a
licne lo prospect tor coal, oil and petroleum on and
under th. following deacribed lands on the West
Coaat ot Graham laland:
Commencing al a post planted three miles east
of th. Bouthcaat r.-rn,r of C. I. No. 4472 thenc
north 80 chaina, thenc east HO chains, thenc soulb
80 chaina, tbane wet 80 ehalna to point of commencment.
Located Auguat 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Und Diatrict���Dlatrtet of Queen Charlotte
Take notlc lhat Austin M. Brawn ol Princ
Rupert, aaddler, Intenda to apply to th. Chief
Commlaaioner ol Landa and Worka lor a llcnc
to prospect tor coal, oil and petroleum on and under
tho following deacribed land* on the Wet Coast of
Graham laland:
Comm-mclng at a posl planted three mllea from
the aoutheaat corner of C. L. No. 4472 thenc 80
chaina weat, thenc 80 ehalna north, thenc 80
chaina aaat, thenc 80 chaina aouth lo point of
Located August Iat. 1911.
i'ub. Aug. 19.
Skene Und District���District ot Quen Charlotte
Take notlc that Austin M. Brown ol Princ
Rupert, occupation aaddler, Intends to apply to the
Chie! Commlaaioner of Lands and Worka for a
licence to proapect for coal, oil and petroleum on
and under the following deacribed lands on the
West Coaat of Graham Island:
Commencing at a poat planted three mile eaat
of the northeaat corner of C. L. No. 4472 thenc
north 80 chaina. thenc east
south 80 chaina, thene. waat 8
I/ieated August 1st. 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
thenc weat 40   chains
th,' ^..riy inmt ...f saM/lnober  Ln, ,.   ^ .uiifl | $��* Sgf^gfitt MIlB
or No. 35280 40 chains, thenoe east to tbe shor* of i SSHLfiSSo
Goo** Bay, a dUtanoe of 40 chains more or !.�����, ; BJM
th*no* northerly along the shor* of Goose Bay   ���''" ���      '
40 cbains more or 1cm, thonce westerly 40 chains
mor* or lea* to point of communoement, containing
160 acres mote or less.
Dated March 7. 1911. PERRY QUEENAN
Pub. April T.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Casalar
Take notioe that I, James Millar Johnston of
Stowart, B. C, occupation storekeeper, Intend to
apply for permission  to  purch
described landa:
acrna more or lei
Fred E. Cowell, Agent
Pub. July 25,
Skeena Land DUtrlct���DUtrict of Coast Range V
Take notice that I, Pet-er Lanen of Towner,
North Dakota, U. S. A., farmer, intond to apply
for permission to purchaao the folluwing described
Commencing at a post planted at the aoutheast corner of Lot 1729, tnence aouth 80 chains,
thence west 40 chains, theno* north 80 chaina,
the  following i thence east 40 chsins to point of commencement.
| Dated July 16, 1911. _   PETER LARSEN
Commencing at a post planted about one mile i pub July 25, 1911
north from the Naaa river and about nine miles
above the forka of the Naa* river, thence north 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thenco south 80
chains, thence east 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acros more or less.
Dated March 24, 1911.  Frank Sidney Wright, Agt
Pub. May 17
Fred E. Cowell, Agent
Skeana Land Dutrict-   District of Coaat
Tak* notioe that Fred W. Uohler ol Kltaura-
kalum, occupation farmer, intends to apply for
parmiaaion  to  purchaae  the  following  deacribed
Commencing at a post planted at the northeaat corner of A. McLeod's pre-emption, thonoe
20 chaina aouth, thence 10 chains east, thonce 20
chaina north, thenoe 10 chaina west to post of
commencement containing 20 acres moro or leu.
Dated April 10,1911. FlUEDHlCli W. HOUI.I.U
Pub. April 22. Frod Hampton, Agent
Skoena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Coast Range V
Take notice that I,  Peter Erlckeon of  Prince
Rupert,  laborer, Intend to apply for permission
to purchaae the following described lands:
Commencing at a post plantod on the north
bank of Williams Creek where the railway right-
of-way crones and 3 chaina back from th* creek
bank, thence aouth 30 chaina, thenoe east 40
chains, thence north 30 chaina, thence woat 40
chains to point of commencement.
Dated July 7, 1911. PETER ERICKSON
Pub. July 25. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
Skeena Lnnd District-District of Coast Range 6
Tako notice that I, Alexander Clacher, of Dear-
horn, Manitoba, occupation farmer, Intend to
apply for permiasion to purchaae the following
described lands:
CommencInK at a post planted at the south
west corner of lot 3065, district of Coast, Range 5,
,*-__:���   i      ,   ...     .        , *     - . s tuatwl al��ut5 1-2mlleslna south eaiterly dl-
tS!Tnm!l"LPW^-Dlftrict   of   Skeena       roctlon from BrcckenrldKe Landing, marked A.
oJ^tfifw^K^VxJlSffS Vancouver,   C., north west corner; thence south 80 chains,
tTwrehen..i?^ thenC�� oait m cnalni'  the"ce north m ���S33
InsnortSR'rtiSrt! JT    PV��Ki.S! ?H ihoro thence weat 40 chaina moreor leaa to south west
*Ji&Fffi corner of lot 306Z.  thence  north 20 chalil more
north,  thence 20  chains  ����  Son��� H SCffi ��r  M. l? ?outh ��Mt ?��rnmr ��.  lot 'm*- thence
south  to  shore  lln-T   iK J^Tli^^ 20a.chlln" west 40 chains more or ess to point of commene^
Point o( ��KniLi t^uii S! in '  *hON S rnent. oonUlnln�� 560 acres more or less          '"^
or lea*.       mm*n��"n��t, conUining 40 acres mora ALEXANDER CLACHER
PSw&t10'mi     , ifffflft naa u? ������� **. m        clMhw'A,mt
J. M. Collison, Ag*nt I Pub. Jun* 24th, 1B11
80  chains,   thenc*
1 chair.* to point of
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that Austin M. Brown of Prince
Rupert, occupation aaddler, intends to apply to
the Chief Commiaaioner of Lands and Works for
a licence to prospect for coal, oil and petroleum on
and under the following deacribed lands on ibe
West Coast of Graham laland:
Commencing at a post planted three miles east
of the northeast corner of C. L. No. 4472 thence
80 chains west, thence 80 chaina north, thence 80
chains east, thence 80 chains south to point of
Located August 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that Austin M. Brown of Prince
Rupert, B. CL occupation aaddler, Intenda to
apply to the Chief Commiaaioner of Landa and
Works for a licence to proapect for coal, oil and
fietroleum on and under the following deecribed
snd* on the Weat Coaat of Graham Island:
Commencing at a poat planted three mile* east
of the northeaat corner of C. L. No. 4478 thence
80 chains aouth, thence 80 chains east, thence 80
chaina north, thonco 80 chains west to point of
Date of Location 31at July, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Take notlc* that Austin M. Rrown of Prince
Rupert, occupation aaddler, Intenda to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for a licence to proapect for coal and oil and petroleum on and under the following described lands
on the Weat Coast of Graham Island:
Commencing at a post planted three mile* east
of the aouthweat corner of C. L. No. 4477 thenco
80 chain* east, thence 80 chains north, thence BO
chaina west, thenco 80 chaina aouth to point of
conimencemet t.
Date of I ...rat ion, 31st July 1011.
Pub. Am-. 17.
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Tanned, Mounted and
Lined for Matta or Ruga
Vancouver Fur Dressing Company
1843 Granville St.        Van., B.I
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I -General Hardware��� 1
I   I
T Builders' Hardware I
Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves T
Granitewarn       Tinware *>
OFFICE     :     :
For all kinds of help, cooks,
waiters, dishwashers, hotel porters, all kinds of laborers or mechanics, call up
Phone No. 178
or call at the
Grand Hotel Free Employment Office
Headquarters for cooks & waiters
F. M. DAVIS ����
General Machine Shop and Ship's
Carpentering. Also agents for Fairbanks-Morse and Knox Gasoline
Engines. Gasoline Engines and Accessories carried in stock.
Launches tad Boats for Hire   N.E. end of Wharf
Skeona Land AfUtrlct��� District o! Queen ChulUU
Take notioe that Oeo. II. Laux of Prinoe Rupert.
U. C., occupation barber, Intonda to epply (or
permUnion to purchaae tbe following duacribud
Commencing at a poat planted about aeven
mllea went and one mile aouth from the moutb
of Stanly Creek, Naden Harbor, thenco south SO
ohalns. thenoe weat 40 chaina, thonoe north 80
chaina, thoncu eaat 40 chaina.
Datod March 17, 1011. OEO. IL LAUX
Pub. Auril 22. Numa Demera. Agent
Skeena Land DUtrlct���Diatrict of Caaalar
Take notice that 1,  Mary Carln  of Stewart,
H. C., occupation married woman. Intend to apply
for uermUclon to purehaae the following deacribed
Commencing at a poat planted two (2) milaa
aouth and (2) two mllee weat of the forka of the
White and Flat rivera, thenoe SO chaina nortb,
thence B0 chaina weat, thenoe 80 cbaina auuth
thenco KU chaina eaat.
Dated April 20, 1011. MARY CARIN
I'ub. May 13. FrancU S. Preaton, Agent
Skeena Land Dlttrlct-Diatrlct of Coaat
Take notico that I, Mra. John Corley of Prince
Itupert, B.C., occupation marrlod woman, Intenda
to upply for purmiaaion to purchaae the following
deacribed landa:
Commenelns; at a poat planted 40 chaina eaat
and 120 chaina aouth from the aouthweat corner of
lot 1733, Coaat Diatrict, Kange 6, thence aouth SO
chaina, thence eaat 40 chaina. thence north 80
chains, thence weat 40 chaina more or leaa to the
point of commencement, containing 320 acrea
more or leaa.
Dute Mar. 20, lull
Pub. Apr. 4. 1011
Skeena Land Datrlct���DUtrlct of Queon Charlotte
Take   notice   that   George   Friuell   of   Prinoe
Rupert, I.. C., occupation Ijutcher. Intends to apply
(or pormlalon to purchaae tht lollowing deacrtbad
I'luinl.iiiir, Heating, Steamfittingand
Sheet Metal Work
Estimates Given
Phone 174
Repairs and
Jobbing* Solicited
!| w. j. McCutcheon \
, t  Carrlca complete alock of Druga.   Special
i i      attention paid to filling preecrtpUone.
'.. Theatre Block phonb no. 79 Second kit.
75 x 100 ft.  FOR LEASE
on Third Avenue and Ninth StreeL
i.Try -Jercmiah H. Kugler, Limited.
Commencing at a post planted about aeven
mllea weat and two mllee south of tbe mouth of
Stanley Creek where It empties into Naden
Harbor, Graham laland, tbence 80 chaina aouth,
tbence 80 cbaina weat, thance 80 chaina north,
thenoe 80 chana east to point of commencement
and containing 640 acres moro orleaa.
Dated March 17, 1011 GEORGE FRIZZELX
Pub. Auril 7. Numa Demera, Agent
Skeena Land DUtrlct���DUtrict of Coaat Range 6
Tako notce that 1, Joe Jack of Prlnoa lUp.rt,
ll. I'., occupation carpenter, inlend to apply (or
permiaelon to purchaae tbe following deecribed
Commencing at a post planted about threa>nd
one-half mllea dUtant in a south westerly direction
(rom a blind slough from Observatory Inlet where
the same touches the Indian Kceerve thene* a___
80 chana. thenoe **uth 80 chains, thenoe westSO
chaina, thenoe eoulh 80 cbaina to point of com*
menoement, containing 640 acres more or less.
Dated April 14, 1911. JOE JACK
Pub. May 13.
Skeena Land DUUict���DUtrict of Coaat Range 6
Take notice lhat Lett* McTavUh of Vancouver,
II. C, occupation married woman, intends to
apply for permlasion to purchase the (ollowing
ducribed Unds:
Commencing at a poet planted at the northwest corner 100 chains east and 20 chains north
(rom the northeast corner of Lol 1116, Harvey's
Survey, Coast DUlrtct,Kange 6,thenee 20 cbaina
soulh, ihence SO cbaina east, thence 80 cbains
north, thenc* 40 cbaina wast, tbenc* 60 cbaina
aouth, tbenc* 40 chslns west to poet of eommencement, containing 400 acres more or Uaa.
Dated May 2, 1911. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
Pub. May 6. Fred W. Bottler. Agent
Ska-ana Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Caaalar
Tail* notice that I Francis S. Praslon of l*rlnee
Hupert. B. ('., occupation prospector, Intend to
apply  (or  permiaaion  lo purchaae the following
liecrlbed lands:
Commencing at a poat plantad about three
miles soulh and two milaa west of the forka ol
tho Wblu and Flat riv*rs. thence aoutb 80 chains
thsno* east 80 chains, thene* north 60 chaina,
thenoe weat 80 chaina.
Dated April 20. 1911.     FRANCIS S. PRESTON
Puh ../ay IS
Skeena Land DUtrlct���DUtrict of Coaat Range 6
Take nolle* that I, Frank Hicks of Port Ee-
alngton, occupation merchant. Inland to apply
(or permUeloo. o purchaae the following described
Commencing at a poat planted on tbe eoutb
bank of tbe Exchumstks River and about (our
mhI��� from lu confluence wllh the Skeena River,
ihence BO chains weet, thenc* 60 chslns north,
thenee 60 chains *ast, ihence south 80 chains
lo point of commencement, conUining 640 acraa
mora or laaa.
Dated AprU 21, 1911. FRANK HICKS
Pub. April 29.
Land Dutrict -District of Queen Charlotu
Tak* notioa that Gwrge W. Aroott or (Vine*
Huport, 11. C, occupatioo r*al *suu broker.
Intends lo apply for permission to purehaae the
(uUosrtng described landa:
Comtneocing al a post planud aboul seven
milea and one-half mile woat and one mile aoutb
(rom the mouth of SUnty Creak. Nadan Harbor,
thenoe west 80 chaina, Ihonoe aoulh 60 chaina,
thencv mat 80 chains, thenoe norlh 80 chaina.
Dated March 17, 1911. GEO. W. ARNOTT
Pub. April *-*.. Numa Demera, Agent
Skeena Land Dlstarict���DUtrict of Caaalar
Tak* notie* that I, A lie* M. Knouoe of Prince
Kupert, B. C, occupation married woman, InUnd
to apply (or imt mission to purebaaa th* following
described landa:
Commencing at a poet planted about two*mll��
aouth and two milee weat of the forka of Whlu
and Flal riven, thence north 80 chaina, thenc*
east 80 chains, ihence eoulh 60 chains, ihenee
wesl SO chains.
Dsted April 20, 1911. ALICE M. KNOUSE
Pub. May 13. FrancU S. Preaton. Agent
Skeena I**nd DUtrict���DUtriet of Coast Rang* &
- Uttl* of Princ*
l May little
i   apt neur.
urchaae  lhe
Inund   to
Pre-emptions A Purchases
Located in Lakelse and Naas
River Valleys. Address " Locators/' Box No. 989.
Gasoline Launches, SftfiS
For Hire by Hour or Day
H. Mute*       Cow Crrrk        P.O. Bei 187
fllONK 269 -.li)-1 N
Tak* notice that I. Cli
Rupert,   li.   C.,  occupation
apply (or  p-*rmUelon  to pure1
deecribed tends:
Commencing at a post planted at tb* north
tvest corner of Lot 1736, Rang* 6, Coast Disuict
thence east 40 chaina. tbence north 26 cbains
thsnee weet 81 chain? thenc* north 20 chains
thenc* weat 10 cbaina, tbenc* soulh 46 chaina to
point of commenoeroenl, oonlalnlng Ul acrea
mor* or lee*.
Dated April 4,1911. CLARA MAY LITTLE
Pub. April lb.
Coast Range 6 Und DUtrict
Take   notice  that  1,  John   Hepburn   of   Kitsumkalum,   occupallon  farmar,  Inlend  to  epply
(or permiaaion to purchase tb* (ollowng described
Commencing at a post planud at tb* norths***
corner of Lot 3983, ihenc* east 20 chsins, thsnea
south  40  chains,   thence  waat  20  chana,   tbence
north 40 chains to place o> oommenccruanl-
Daied March 18, 1911. JOHN HEPBURN
Pub April Ik
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Caaslar
Take   notica   that   I,   Thomas   Ma
.���  . ,      of
Stewart, B. C, occupation miner.intend to apply
md l
���ermiaaion to purchaae the foUowing
Fraser and Fifth St.
The only hoU-l In town
with hot and cold water In rooma. Beat furnished house north of
Vancouver. Rooms 60c
"H. Phone 87. P.O.
Uoxl2��.      :       :       :
little's NEWS Agency
Magazine, :: Periodicals :: Newspaper,
^^^^^   STORAGE
C T. P. Tranafer Agent.
Orders promptly filled.   Prices reasonable.
OFFICE-H. B. Rochester. Centre St.    Phon, tt
Fnr ^aIa* Lot in Suction 5 with
t Ur tJalC. 61 foot frontage at a
bargain.   Close to Fulton Street.
Wanted to Trade:
Improved property in Sectioc 1 for
resident property.
Fnr   Rant*   Furnished  apart-
rUf   IXC 111.   ment-    Good view.
$20 a month.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance
NOW is the time to buy a lot or two in
Fort George on easy plan. Pleate
call for information and free maps.
One more lot on Summit nvenuc at $600.
Good terma.
Money to Loan.
Pattullo Block.
Change of Ownership.
This I. to -live noticethat.. Johnfflft**^
sold mv business at MtW" "''������������ aathMI
Broderius.   All persons hoi��"��**��urn��
the Grand Hotel are ""l""1*1'  SfKS to th*
nt once to me, for HVMrt.   AH ron ������
Orand Hotel ar. to be paid 'J^'oooDMAN
Commandite at a poM planted on lb* rlfbt
bank ol tha Naaa rivar about lour milaa above tb.
lorka ot tba Naaa rivar, lhance aoutb 80 chaina,
thenca west SO chsina, thenee nortb BO chaina,
thenca eaat SO ehalna to point ol commenoament,
containing 640 acne more or leaa.
Dated March 26, 1,11. Sidney Frank Wright, Aft
Pub. May 17.
SkMna Land Dlalrlct���District ol Caaalar
Taka notica lhat I,  laaae O'Brien  ForbM
Prlnea RuMrt, B. C, occupation carpenter, inlen
to apply lor permiaalon to purehaae the lollowln*
deecribed landa:
Commencini at a poat planted about flv mllea*
aoulh and oh* mil* weat ol tbe forka ol iheWhite
aud Flat rivera, thenca north 80 chaina, thence
weat 80 chaina, Ibenc* aoulh 80 chaina, lhance
eaat 80 chaina.
I'ub. May 11. Franrla 8. Pl-eslon. Af.nl
Skeen* Land DUtrlct���Diatrict of Coaat Han,* e
Taka notice tbat I. Ball Hail Kenney ..I Ver-
moutb. Nova Scotia, occupation married woman,
intend to apply lor permleeton to purchaaa tbe
followinf deacribed landa:
Commendnf at a post planled at north taat
on.-ner of T. L Lot SBMB, thenc. ruonlnf waat 40
chaina, thenn north 80 ehalna. IhenM aaat 40
chaina, thenM aouth 80 chaina to place ol com*
mencement containing 820 acre, mor* or Wm.
My post la on a*.tith eaat corner of land applied
lor, marked letters S. V... about on* mil* weat ol
Uke LakelM, eouth aid* ol SkMna five* District
ol Coaal~|MP *���
Dated Aprll_2��. l��ll
John llaverty, AfMt
PubT May 11.	
Skeena Land District-Diatrict of Caaalar
1'ake notice that I. Thomaa Carter, of Prince
Kupert, occupation carpantar. Intend to apply
for permlaek-n lo purchaM the following describ*
ed land.
Commendnf at a post planted about one mile
aoulh from the mouth of Falls creek and about
1'ai feet back from the beach, thence SO chaina
north, thence 40 chaina weat, thence SO chains
south, thence eaat 40 chains topointof commencement, containing 320 acres more or leM.
Dated July 7th, 1,11.    Charles Webster Calhoun,
Pub. Aug. 6th. Agent.
Skeena land District���Dlalrlct ot Coaat Range V
Take  notice  that   1,   Paul   Hagen   ol   Princa
Rupert, laborer, Intend to apply for permiasion
to purchaae the following deacrihed landa:
Commendnf at a poat planted on tha north
bank ot William. Creak about 50 chains southeast (rom II. II., tbence eouth 40 chaina, thene*
oast 40 chains, thence north 40 chains, Ihenee
weet 40 chains to point ot commencement.
Dated July 7, 1911. PAUL 11AOEN
Pub. July 25. Fred K. Cowall, Agant
This is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in ita discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope ia expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will All a social need.
Ordinary white chalk such as
is used in thc school room for
blackboard work is Invaluable as
a household remedy for removing
spots from white clothes and shoes.
o o o
Wine stains on table linen are
removed by sprinkling them with
sail, moistening with hoi water
and then pour boiling water through thc stain until it disappears.
o o o
As a garniture to the commonplace scrambled eggs, half a dozen
mushrooms, cut into bits and
cooked in a teaspoonful of butter
with half a green pepper, minced
o o o
Green, blue, lavender, aniline
reds, purple and pink should be
soaked in alum water���two ounces
to a tub. Black, gray and dark
blue should soak in strong salted
o o o
When egg yolks are unbroken
they can be kept some little lime.
Drop them carefully Into a cup and
slowly pour water on them until
they are a little more than covered.
o o o
To polish stoves use boiled
linseed oil on the steel parts, rubbing well with a woolen cloth.
Clean nickel with whiting and
ammonia, and use good stove
polish for the top.
o o o
If you have had the misfortune
to burn a kettle, it may be made
smooth and clean by filling it with
ashes and water, leaving it for an
hour or so then washing wiih clear
o o o
When 'the pie is ready for the
oven pour cold water over it and
dndni pul al once into a hot oven
and it will bake a rich brown
glossy surface and the crust will
be much flakier.
a   Delicious    Food   for
Many Meals
The ingredients for one loaf of
date bread arc one cup of scalded
and cooled milk, half a cake of
compressed yeast (at night) stirred
through one-fourth cup of scalded
and cooled milk, half a teaspoonful of salt, one fourth cupful of
molasses or sugar, one cupful of
cleaned dates chopped rather
coarse, two cups of entire wheat
flour and white (lour to make a
dough that may be kneaded. Pul
all the ingredients into a bowl,
using at first two cupfuls of white
Hour then mix with a knife, adding
such extra flour as is needed.
When light shape into a double
loaf and when again light bake one
Heavy  Fines  Inflicted  on  the
Wearers in Berlin
Berlin, Aug. 21.���Dangerously
protruding hatpins arc under the
ban of the chief of police here.
The police department has announced that a fine of as much as
$225 or two years' imprisonment
may be Inflicted for injuring any
person with a hatpin, The victim
is entitled to financial compensation in any amount under $1,500,
proportioned t<> tha extent of his
injuries. Milder penalties were
imposed against the hatpin wearers
some time ago, but they proved
Inefficient- and the police have
determined On more stringent nicas
Odd Superstitions that Darken
the Dressmaker's Shop
"Women who wear fine dresses
are as superstitious as the girls
who make them," said a dressmaker. "If the little accidents
that happen In the workroom
were not mercifully concealed from
the owners of rich gowns they
would be sick with apprehension
half thc time. I had one customer
who refused to accept a very
expensive dress because a girl
who assisted with the fitting drop-
lied a pair of scissors, which fell
point down and stuck in the floor.
That meant an order for mourning
within six months. The customer
hoped that by refusing the hoodoo
dress she could avert the calamity,
but the precaution was useless.
In less than three months her
father was dead.
"Girls are especially particular
in their work on wedding dresses,
for if a tiny drop of blood from a
pricked linger should fall on the
gown the bride would surely die
In-fore the end of the year. Then
there is a green thread. Whether
the customer is there to see it or
not no dressmaker will keep green
thread near spools of another
color. Green thread used for
basting means the return of a dress
for alterations, and there is enough
trouble of that kind in a dressmaking establishment without deliberately bidding for it.
"Women who are themselves
superstitious are never surprised
or offended at a sewing girl's
untidy coiffure. The girls tumble
their hair about on purpose when
working on a large order, for it is
a sacred belief among dressmakers
that a hair inadvertently worked
into the garment shows that more
work is coming soon from the
same customer."���New York Sun
Try the New Way of  Ridding
Your Presence of the Pests.
Grcensburg, N. Y., Aug. 21.���
George P. Fox, city assessor here
has found a new method of getting
rid of mosquitoes. Before hc
retires Fox blows up a toy balloon
and places it on the pillow. The
mosquitoes, taking it for a human
head, Ixire in. The balloon explodes and such of the insects as
are not killed iu the explosion
hasten to find less dangerous prey.
New colors were presented to the
Second Battalion Royal Dublin
Fusiliers at Aldcrshot by Field
Marshal the Duke of Connaught.
The ceremony look place on the.
Queen's Parade and was witness. .1
by a large gathering of past and
Summer Girdles
Girdles   are   more   in   evidence
than belts.
Those  of satin  and  moire are
extremely popular.
Many are finished with a buckle
covered with the material.
Often a Hat bow is placed under
the buckle.
The pump bow is seen on many
summer gowns.
When it first appeared the pump
bow was worn only at the back;
now, however, it is often seen worn
just below the bust lint in the
center front.
Two scarf ends on girdles are
very much in vogue.
The ends arc finished in various
ways. Some have bead tassels,
others fringe, and mar.y are embroidered.
The geisha sash with the obi
sit high lietween the shoulders
is worn, but the style is nol a
becoming one, as it is apt to give
ihc wearer a round shouldered
Sashes of tulle and chiffon will
be seen on summer frocks as much
as if not more than those ol slain
or velvet.
Girdles of imitation precious
stones   are   handsome,   but   ihey
require a nice judgment as to the
frocks they may be worn with.
TEMS  OF . .
.** i*>.**.. a...*** M****aH ** " ***-��. aa.a. *MfS^S*^*MS**a,
George Macdonald, manager <>f
Matt Wells, the English lightweight champion, announced that
he had matched Wells to meel
Knockout Brown, the New York
lightweight, on August 30, in New
York. Macdonald said the men
had agned lo meet at 1311 pounds,
weighing in at 4 p.m. and that
Charley White had been sekcted
as referee. It is expected, Macdonald said, that Wolgast will
make a match with the winner of
the bout.
o o  o
The articles of agreement for
the boat race for the championship
of America, between Jack Hackett
and Fddie Human, has been received duly signed by the former
and seem to meet the demands of
the Toromo sculler. The con
ditions call for a race of three
miles with turn on the Rainy
River, on Thursday, September 7.
Thc referee, who is to be mutually
agreed upon, is to name the starter.
The race is for 81000 a side.
o o o
Al Kaufman, the California heavyweight who is going to Australia to fight Bill Lang, will
appear in Vancouver and give an
exhibition before he sails. Kaufman sails from Vancouver for
Australia on September 0, two
days after the show there and
Mr. Mclntyre wired Billy Dc
laney, thc Californian's manager
asking him for terms for a four-
round bout there. If Kaufman is
secured it is very probable that the
show will be staged at the Horse
Show building in order lo accommodate thc crowd, as the clubhouse would be too small.
o o o
F. C. Thompson, theological
student in Princeton seminary,
won the all around amateur athletic championship of thc l'nited
States on Marshall Field last week.
duplicating his performance of a
year ago when he was an undergraduate in Occidental College
He scored a total of 0.700 points
against a field of eight other contestants, J. W. Donolme, Los
Angeles Athletic Club, and E.
Schhobingcr, Chicago Athletic Association, being his most dangerous contesters. Thompson won
first place in the sixteen-pound
shot put, 880 yard walk and 50
pound shot put and tied for first
place in the running high jump.
He won second place in the 220
yard hurdle and running broad
jump and finished third in the mile
run. He also broke the all around
amateur championship record for
the 880 yard walk.
o o o
So Tom Longboat is his own
manager? Well, under those conditions it is a cinch that the public-
will give the lean redskin anotht-r
chance. He has been fussing
around long enough, but for lhe
past six weeks he has been on his
good behavior, so it is a cinch thai
thc separation from Manager Sol
Mintz did not come like a thundercloud. As a matter of fact, the
Indian has been claiming that he-
was his own manager for two
months, but he found that no one-
would dicker up for a race unless
he would put up a gurantce to
appear and run or have his contract also signed by Minlz. This,
together with a proposed European
tour which Mintz could not take-
in, made an agreement ucccssarym
so the Indian and Minlz got together and Longboat purchased
his release for $500. Longboat
originally signed with Tom Flanagan, agter six months' experience
sold the contract to P, T. Powers
for $1,500, and Pat Powers, after
four months, sold it to Mintz for
;i thousand. Longboat has been
training faithfully for over a month
^^^^   L. BARKER
Second avenae and Third street
Over Westi-nhaver Bros.' Offlce.
Stork Building, Second Avjnue.
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 2H0
Prince Runert P.O. Box 351
of British Columbia of B.COtiU.rio,Saa-
arui Manitoba Bare. katchewan  and Al
berta Bare.
Barristers, Notaries, Etc
Office���Exchange block, corner Third avenue nnd
Sixth street. Prince Rupert. 8
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., U.D.S.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operations skilfully treated. Gaa and
local anasthetics administered for the palnleas extraction of t.*.tit. Consultation free. Offices:
Hcls-erson Block. Prince Rupert. 11-18
Alex.M.Manson ...�� .     W.E.Willlama.B.A..L.L.D
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
P. o. BOX 2S
purii. or wu. Minis. Esq.. a.a.a.m.*. on., bno
Third Avenue also Water Street,
Stenography and Typewriting promptly
attended to.
Phone 318.
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and tith St,
English and American Billiard,
Twelve Tables Second Ave.
Phone No. 200 P. O. Box 580
For Beginners and Advanced Pupils
Miss Vera Greenwood
Pupil of I'r**,- Wilctek. Parte and Berlin.
Room 28. Alder Block Upstairs
===E.   EBY    CO,   C0.==
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
S. O. E. B. S.
The Prinoe Rupert I/.I.--. No. -IIS. Sona of
Enaland. meets the drst and third Tueadaye In
each month In the Sona nf England Hall. 2nd Av,.
at B p.m.
F. V. CLARK. See..
. P. O. Box 1.12. Prince Rupert
ERNEST A. WOODS. Prealdent. Ilox U
Teacher of Piano, Violin and
Voice Culture.
Between"^ & 8th SU.    Prince RuP"1
Canon C, E< Brooke, vicar ot St.
John's Vassal! Road, Kcnnington,
present members of the regiment I since   1881,  and one of thc  best
and  a  number  of     distinguished I known clergymen in South London,
now   and   declares   that   his   first
race must be a winning one.    He
and Shrubb have met seven times
and the Englishman has won five
times, every time at ten or twelve
miles.     At   the   longer   distances
the  Indian's stamina has always
prevailed.    Shrubb  is  right   just
now and says he can do 1.03.80 for
thc   five   miles,     If   he   does   lie
should just about win.
Kufwml   Director*
���ir.l Ave. near 6th St. Phone No. 96
..Grand Hotel..
Worklngmsn's Home
Spring Beds, clean White Sheets 25c
Rooms 50c
GEO. BRODERIUS. Proprietor
' died last Sunday morning.
For, row boats and launches
telephone   320  green.     Davis'1
Boat House.
Hotel Central S��ft1ftUj
European and American plan, steam
heated, modern conventencea. Hat-*.
11.00 to $2.60 per day.        l        I
Polar Black
Proprietor THE DAILY NEW!
(Continued from Page One)
Board on the three and half miles
Of n>;ul running Irom ihe wharf
out past Sea! Cove. He explained
that he wanted to get the Boi rd's
approval bo that the subsidy from
the Dominion Government could
be obtained.
Tlu* Commissioners .'.gain argued
that the company had broken the
law and, said th�� Chairman, "As
far .'- 1 am concerned >"ii will
not get wli.'i you want."
Infringed People s Rights
"We are not asking i.t more
than our rit*lits." stand Mr. Tate.
"Yes. you art. you blazed away
on this piece of road ignoring the
Railway Act," said Judge Mabee.
"No rights infringed," began
Mr. Tate.
"Yes, you did, you infringed
Mr. Rochester's and perhaps others
t��">. The Province gave these
nun access to the bay from the
waterfront and put in a dock and
tlun you go and build this embankment and build a track and
slip in lur.* with this telegram to
Bay that you have a title," Baid the
Mr. Tate filed his application
but did not obtain what he wanted.
Rev. Dr. E. A. Chown Methodist
General Superintendent for
the West Warns Against Commercialism Last Night.
"Asa boy I used to dread passing
a certain churchyard," said Rev.
Dr.  Chown  preaching last  night
in the Methodist Church.   "I was
afraid   that   the   ghosts  >>f   the
departed   would   suddt i ly   spring
out on men and do nn* deadly
harm.   Now I know better than to
fear the ghosts of the dead.    The
real   ghosts more  to  be dreaded
than any are behind the ili-h and
blood 1 reasts ol living nun in our
city    today.      There   arc    ghosts
mon*   ;..   u   feared   behind   the
counter- of our *-;..r.-  than  ever
haunted  the churchyard.    They
are thc spirits of men who are lost
to the -pirit >.f Christianity, buried
in tht hard material world, anxious
only for gain, merciless to competitors in the struggle for life of
the commercial world."
First Baptist Church Held Red
Letter Day Yesterday Past
Year Been Good- Prospects
Never Brighter.
To commemorate the first anniversary of the First Baptist
Church held special services yesterday in the Mclntyre Hall.
Last night a particularly bright
and attractive service was held
and a special programme of music
was provided by .Mr. John E.
Davey, the organist, Mrs. N'eher,
Miss Barker. Mr. and Miss Froud.
Mr. Clapperton ami others.
A sermon that was appealing
and helpful was preached by the
pastor Rev. VY. H. McLeod, who
commented on the growth of the
church here and thanked everybody for their support.
If the First Baptist Church
grows in proportion through the
coming year like it has done in the
past it will indeed In- encouraging
for the pastor. Mclntyre Hall was
filled last night and the congregation greatly enjoyed the service.
"The Ne^M Classified Ads.
One Cent A Word For Each Insertion^
i ��n*��ii*��ii-�� iM
The Insurance People
Plate Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared While You Wait.
Mack Realty & Insurance
P.S. ���Houses and Rentals.
Money to Loan
Money  to Loan on  Prince Ru|*.-rl lira! Bst*t*<
Agreements of sale bouitht.    P.O. ti-��* f**.
Situations Wanted      .
Wanted-Ofllce work by young* irtrl. Typist, s-'me
Uowleite of stenography.    Al.pl> HO. box 2
;.,   ,i,.. I'm***
Help Wanted
Donnell and his partner in the
hotel there. The men came tOI
blows  while  on  horseback.     One,
Floor Space for Rent
in the Hurt building, corner of
Second Ave. and Sixth Street.
The Best Business Corner in Prince Rupert.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
Wanted-Servant girl, apply Mr-
Summit avenue.
J   M. Lynch,
Do away with thia.    Patronize a whlta
laundry.   White labor only at
Wonted-Good siied boy to help  In kitchen and
���    . I,       make himself generally useful.    Apply James
ol   thetll   SWUng  a  Chill   roll! d   ar.d      Hot*1.3rd Ave., corner of Ml, Street. tf
hit the other who drew a gun and
tired. Both men appeared before
Judge Young and were remanded.
Indians in Tents
A little village of tents has
sprung up near th��? Post Office,
This has In-come an annual event.
Alter the cannUrics close down,
which they did on Saturday, the
Indians come here to do their
slopping before they return to
their own villages along the coast.
Wanted woman to take care <>f t
ply at Central Hotel
Wanted-A man to act aa jar
wages $S��i a month with boar.1
Prince Rupert General Hospit.
0 children. Ap- i
lso-tf 1
.r and orderly' I
n.l room. Arply -
i--*-tf '
Senator  Cox of Grand  Trunk
Pacific Co. Talks to Rev. Dr.
E. A. Chown of Coming Pros-i
perity  in  Canada.    Pastors!"
Striking Phrase.
In his sermon in the Methodist
Ci-* ii m n ft, 11 ii, A % ii ���*_,, m H   �� M ����� ii '*"~ri   "fr
For Rent \
Newly furnished lara-e outside rooms. Good
location, near business sect,, n. Everything*
homelike. Hot and cold water, hath and telephone. Call and see them, i'hone l: ��� The
Digby Rooms. 1-4-lw
Furnished rooms srlth bath. Succial rates by
the week.   Talbot Houae. 165-lf
Apply Mrs. Mullm, uvar M .       ��� Theatre.     If
Mclntyre   Hall,   for  concerts,    entertainmenta.
dance*, etc.   Apply J, H. Rogers, phon* 116.
Sic* Furnished Rooms, Mrs. Greenwood. Alder
Block; Third Ave. lTs-lf
I Bowser
Church 1.1st night  Ri \ .  1 >r. ClloWll i ***** ""* room house, cor. Ith Ave. and Bowser
. , street.   I2j a month.   Phone a ur P.O. box b&1.
referred to a meeting he had re
  jcently  with   Senator   Cox   whose
Delayed for a Few Hours Before lnfl.uencf  il*  a   l?nRndaJ  J1"*���*
Berthing by Quarantine Reg- xv
ulations    Brings   6800   Tons
Steel for G. T. P.
For Rent-Sons of England Hall. Snd Ave., for
Dances, Fraternal Societies. Socials, etc. Apply
Frank A Ellis. Bos s>;s or phone ���".-. W-tf
weigns neavy .win me o.   i. r. aw..^.,^..^..^..^,.^..^. ^.^..^.*
The talk was "i the prosperity .*f i ,-,     c  , J
I-     i i .- 11 For Sale 1
Canada  in  the next  few   years. / I
Senator Cox siid ���   "There m.v b,   * ~���
With six thbUfiind eight hundred tons of steel for the Grand
Trunk Pacific Railway construction
work, the steamer' "Hans B.,,|u
arrived at about seven o'clock last
night from Sydeny, Cape Breton, n
by way of the Straits of Magellan.
The boat made a good trip the
voyage  being  for  the  most   part
eddies  backwards .�����*.*.'-ion; 11 v  in
the tide of prosperity !>u,  there
can In.* no question of the steady
f financial prospi ri y in
Canada for the nexi decade
Da-kin* Range and Kitchen Furalt-jra. Apply
Cor. Mh and Cotton Street. 110-41
For Sale-Chicken Ranch. 2 St .***> house, household g��*Js. Near Prinoe Rupert. A snap If
uken at once.   Address B.x j-*-. tf
For Sale- New Gasoline Launch 23 ft. by 6 ft. 2
l*(|      In.   I h.p. engine.  tSSO If uken at once. Apply
P.O. Boa fit. l-.-isi
For Sale-Owner will aell fo-jrga-d lota No*. 23.
Dr.    (.hoWIl.    however,    told    of'    24. V> nr.,1 K Block 2t. Section S. Taylor elrr-et.
siia II x IS x lis., at tits. each, on reasonable
another  man   who declares   th.-;    t*���*. Apply Bo* m, P.O.. Princ* Rupart.
Canada is on the eve of bad times
uneventful.     Longshoremen   havc; ^ times morally I,.,*.,,,-,  pcopll   t~
been on the qui vive for this steam- ���nk  n,",ne>'  **  whoIe  Centcr
a-.*-',    -re.....!    ���=.-.,,...    .ta        , !,���_ 1 of   S    Ul.in's    IXIWir.        " Hll 1 -lla.Z/ U    I
did what Canadians s..U*r.
exclaimed R.*\
Commissioners Had Run Over
First 100 Miles of G. T. P.
East from Here. Now Leave
for White Horse, Y. T.
cr s arrival since -In* was spoken
off San Francisco a few days ago.!   -P***
The Hans B, was delayed a matter ar*> ,|"IP*-' ,oda>
of twelve houw or do on her arrival ��r'  c hown-    "Hu  Praiied   tha
in port by the quarantine regula- (,,kI ��  G,,Id and P"*penty.   I
tions.  Anchored out in the harbor am a (-a"*','1'an-   Every drop ol
this morning on the apptoaoh of|h
the Prince  George from Stewart
in the thick morning mist she kept
the cit)   on   the  jump  wiih   her
siren   answered   urisdntingly   by
of   Prince   Rupert's   getting   the
new title <>f "Siren City" with
i Insurance
���-���^���n-^ ii**^ i.*^h*^ii*^.*^i-i^ii ttM*
Steam Tug "Nagasaki."
Length Gil ft., beam 9 ft., draft 4 ft. I
6 in., 8 H.P. engine. Boiler used three !
seasons, now in use as Cannery tender.
May be seen at Port Nelson Cannery, ,
Naaa river. For further particulars
apply to W. Lord, Port Nelson, or H. ;
Bell-Irving & Co., Vancouver. B.C.
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118 ; [  AUCTION   SALE
.-kprr.a Land District -District of Coiut Raofc 5
Taka nuiice that I. Lauehlao John Sbanabao of
Victoria. B. C.. occupation teacher. Intend to
apply (or permiaaion lo purchaaa tbo followinf
daacribed landi:
Commencini at a poat planted 65 cbalm aouth
from the eoutheut corner of Lot 3060, thenca 40
chaina aoutb, thonco 40 chaina waat, thenco 40
chaina nortb, thonco 40 chaina eaat to point of
commencement, containing 160 acrea mora or laaa.
Datod AprU 17.1911.
Pub. Mav 6
Skeona Und Diatrict    District of ( aaaiar
Taka notion that I, John L. Mitchell of Prince
Kupert. H. C*. occupation bookkeeper. Intand to
apply for permialon to purchaae tbe foUowing
daacribed landa: |
Commendnf at a poat planted about (&) five
milea aouth and (1) ooe milo araat of tbe forka of
the Whlto and Flat rivera. thence nortb 60 chaina
thenoa oaat bO ehalna. thenoa aouth 80 chaina,
thenco waat 80 ehaina
Daled AprU 1\ 1911.        JOHN L. M1TCUKLL
Pub. May IS Francia S. Praatrn, Agent
Skeena Land Diatrict ���Diatrict of Coaat Range V
Tako notice that Joaae M Taltman ot Cedar
Hapida, Iowa, occupation lawyer, intonda to
apply tor permiaaion to purchaav the foUowing
deacribed landa:
Commencing at a poat planted on the aoutherly
*.,. ri-5..l Kutxymateen Inlet on tha right bank
ot a amall etrram flowing into aald Inlet juat eaat
ot Crow l,ake. Thence aouth 20 chaina, thence
weat 20 chaina more or loaa to the ahoro line of
Crow Lake, thonce northerly and easterly following the ahoro llnoa of Crow Lake, tha Inlet
lo Crow 1-aW and KuUeymatron Inlet to the
place of commencement, containing forty acraa
mora or leaa. Located Auguat 7, 1911.
Dated Aug. 9. 1911. JESSE M. TAI.I.MAS
Pub. Aug. 12.
Skoona Und Diauict���Diatrict of Caaaiar
Gents' Furnishings
Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Rubber Goods, Underwear, Fixtures and Fittings, Travelling Bags, etc.
The Balance of Stock of C. B. Schreiber & Co.
who are relinquishing business, to be    :-:       :���
Sold Without Reserve by PUBLIC
AUCTION at *���
Schreiber's Store
Centre Street, Prince Rupert, Commeneing
OUR Cumpanle* are noted f�� prompt and just
settlements. We write avary known class of
Insurance. The Mack Realty antl Insurance Co
Canadian patriotism. I .'.Iniirt-
the prosperity of tin country;
hut I want to ^c-c.-> Canadian nation
built up on thc lines of prosperitj
and Right. I believe that in
Canada   is   Cod   Almighty's  I.'**;
��� -**..---*��..
siness   Chances
Good money In atovlna Pleture*.     Wanted-A
party lo start RK
Kupert.   Write.
Walertown. Wis
party tu start moving picture show in Prince
Rupart.   Write me for particulars.
H. Davis.
1  -�����.
ourcharacterUtit weather morning|��PI��rtuiiity to build up
mists  followed  by glorious ,ur. ��" these principles.
Vesterday the Railway c>>ni-
missioners went tip the *'.. T. I\
lint- as far .- Copper City ;.*. tlu-
gm-t- .,f Superintendent Mehan,
an.I today th. y confi m .1 they were
delighted with the trip.
While up there ihey l""k.*.l into Two Men, Hall and Jameson,
Collision   at   Quebec   of   Two     Ixit Block Section
Boats   Cook on the Tug and      65             :u 8
His Daughter Among Victims 13 and 4 14 8
7 and K 36 7
the requesi <>f Mis-r-. I'.. Eby and
others to pul a station ai Kit-
sumlcalum Instead ..f having one
... Littleton. Thi** morning, through thc courtesy "f I )r. Trtfmanye,
tin* Commissioners enjoyed a iri|>
around thc harbof on the launch
Evelyn. This afternoon th.*> will
leave <>n thc Princess May for
Whit. Horse, V. T. Mr. D'Arcy
Tate, G. T. P. -"li. ii'.r. left for
the louth tlii��� morning on the
Prince & org.*.
The sitting of the Commissioners
concluded on Saturday.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Quebec, Aug. 21. -Coming down
stream last night steamer Hero
crashed into the tug Chieftain
sinking her Immediately. Four
persons, Including rook and hi?
daughter   were   drowned.      Kighl
wen* rescued.
If you want money apply P. O.
Box 968. tf
Appeared before Judge Young
Prisoners of Chief Wynn's
from  Hazelton.    Remanded.
Returned from Ha/el ton on Saturday by the S.S. Hazelton Chief
Wypii of the Provincial Police
Force there brought down with
him four prisoners.   Two of these.
Alex Hendt rson,and Charles Peterson iire sentenced, Henderson one
year for assault, and Peterson
six months for supplying liquor to
an Indian. Two prisoners, namedIihonilng.
Hall and Jameson wire mixed up in      Mrs. D. T. Thompson and little
;i serious scrap at Ha/elton over daughter of Vancouver are visiting
some rattle belonging to R. Mac-1 Mrs. R. C. Bower of this .it\.
Social Note
Mrs. Suiter who has been \i-it-
ing   her   sis.er,    Mr-,   illr.)    Hall
returned    tO   her   home   In    Vancouver by the Prince George this
Taka notioa lhat I, John Robert Passy ol Prince
. aland <
Rupert, H. .'.. occupation cook. Intand to apply
for pwnadon to purchaae th* tollowtog daacribed
Come in and ��ee our Hat of buya in
other parti of the city
Second Ave..
Princa Rupart, B.C.
Two Five Dollar bills to
be given away to bright
boya. See Mr. Munroe at
the News offlce.
Commendnf at a poat planled (21 two mllea
soulh and 2, x.o milaa wast ol tba lorka ol tba
Whlta aad rial rivar*. tbence aoulh 80 chains
tb*nea aaat 80 cbaina, tbenos north 80 ehalna,
lhanea waat 80 cha na.
I laud Apr 110, ISII JOHN ROBERT I'ACt.Y
Pub. Slur IS. Franc a S. Praaton. Aien
Skaeoa Land Distnct��� District ol Coast Rant* ���'.
Tak* not* tbat I, Martha Laaak, ol trince
Rupart. It. C , occupat on mair **d woman lutan.
lo apply for permiauoo to purchaaa the lollowlng
de*cnt**d landa:
Commanclng at a poat plantad aboul three and
one-half miloa dletant in a aoulhwaaterly dltrction
from a blind .lough (rom Ubaervaiory Inlet wbara
lb* earn* touehea lha Ind an Raserve. tbence east
to chaina, thenoa aouth 80 cha na, tbenos wt*at 8
chaina, thenc* north 80 cha na to point ol commencement, eonta n ng 610 acraa mora or Ion.
Dated Apr! 14, ISII. MARTHA LEEK
Pub. Mav IS.
Skt-aaa Land Dutrict���Diatrict ot Coaat Rang*
Take notico that Mary Daalon liild*rs1ea*ra of
Victoria, II. l'.. occupation boueekeener. Intends
to apply lor permMon to purchaa* tba lollowing
daacnt-ed landa:
Coamandng at a poat planted al tb* aouth*
corner ol Lot 99*. Rang* 6, Coaat Diatriet.thenco
80 cbaina eoulh thenoa 40 chaina eaat, thenc* 80
chaina north, thance 40 chaina sreat to point ol
.itntn*nc*m*n.. containing TJ0 acrea more or laaa.
Daled AprU 17. ISII.
Puh. May S.
Skeana Land Diatrict���Diatrict ol Caaalar
, ���. |    Taka notica that I, Alfred Barryman Williams
I-V..0.1M)   of Prince Rupart. B. C, occupation merchant
intend to apply lor permiaaion to purchaaa the
lollowlng described landa:
i omm��ncing al a poet planted about (2. two
milaa aoutb of tha forka ol tbo Whlu and Flat
rivera, thanca 80 ehalna aoutb. thenca 80 chains
weat, tbeaoe 80 cbaina north, thenca 80 cbains
Dalad April 18, 1)11. Francia S. Praaton. Agent
Pub. May 1...
Skeena Land District
Diatrict of Coast, Kange 6.
Take notice that Wm. Francia Nicholson, of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
locomotive fireman, intend to apply for
permission to purchaae the following
described lands:
Commencing at apoat planted on thc
north bank of the Zim-o-got-itz river,
about two miles up stream in a westerly direction from the junction of thc
little Zim-o-got-itz river and the main
Zim-o-got-itz river, and market! Wm.
Francia Nicholson's south-east corner,
thence north 40 chains, thence west 40
chains, thence aouth 40 chains more or
less to shore line of river, thence east
40 chains more or less along shore line
of river to post of commencement, containing 160 acres more or less.
Wm. Francis Nicholson,
Geo. R. Putman, agent.
Dated July 17, 1911.
Is a Persistent "Influence" Exerted   in  Your Behalf!
Every bit of printing that goes out to serve vou mak.a "Sonw
Kind of an Impression."     Poor printing will leave a i  ���'"*
pression of its user as surely ns would poor clothes, or poor
store or shop or office. "Good" printing will leave upon i-vcry
mind an impression wholly favorable of its user.
Even if but one in a thoaiand of these "Impressions " n
the scales for business, for orders, for you "Good  Printing
will have thus paid for itself !
Daily News Building phone 98 Third
Do You Want \
Value for
Your Money ?
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Why not eat luncheon and dinner j
at the ��� i
Exchange : Grill j I
The  Price   35   cent.���IS   RU'.HT  j
aa.a^a I
and the cuisine and servifi- up ' :     :'
well established Standard j
|   MILNER & BOWNE.SS    -   PROP-M     j
.-m_.t~m.  .~*>.r*mtrm4
Read The Daily News
He sells Buildings      He sells Contracts
He has Houses to Rent
He buys Lota
He builds Homes
Special Bargains in
Kitselas Lands   Francois Lakr Lands   Lakelse Lands
HSMltm District Lands       Bulkley Valley Lands
Kispiox Valley Lands       Porcher Island Lands
Kitsumkalum Lands, Sand, Gravel and Marble Deposit**
LUt Your  Properties  with  Jeremiah H. Kugler
He buys Leases
He loans Money
He has Farms For Sale
He sells Houses
He rents Stores
Second  Avenue, Prince Rupert, B. C.


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