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Array THE  WEATHER
Twenty-four houra ending 6 a.m.,
Sept. 9
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The Daily
Formerly The Prince Rupert Ort|$ni8ttf ?
VOL. II, NO. 205
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Saturday, September 9, 191
NEXT MAILS
For south
Cumuaun Sunday, a.m.
kor North
rnnr.-ss'May Monday p.m.
Price Five Cents
IS OUT CAMPAIGNING
AT THE am HPENSE
The Mayor Deserts The City's Business To Go Away
On a Campaign Trip up the Skeena with the
Conservative Candidate.
Mayor Manson has once again
obtained a leave of absence from
his civic duties and Alderman
Smith has been appointed Ac,ing
Mayor during his absence.
This time it is cm no pretense
nf serving the city but only to
serve the interests of the eloin-
inanl political party of the council,
lit* leaves on the train toelay
wiih ilu- Conservative candidate
fur a campaign trip up the river
U ii is felt that Mr. Clemei is,
never having visited the Skeena
any   part   of  our   immediate
interior will be greatly in need of
someone to introduce him to thc
voters.
Mr. Clements is tci speak at
Kitsumkalum tonight and go on
as far as Hazelton.
A great deal of comment is
being aroused ai the Mayor's
act as a civic official in going away
campaigning.
Reciprocity would extend the
markets for the farmers and develop Canadian trade.
ELECTRIC CHAIR
FOR MILLIONAIRE
Henry Clay Beattie to Suffer
Extreme Penalty for Murder
of His Wife.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Chesterfield, Vs., Sept. 9.���Hen-
Iry Clay Beattie, Jr., millionaire,
���who was found guilty "f ihe mjir-
I dcr of his wife was today sentenced
l.i ilu* electric ch; ir on Friday,
I November 24th.
HAD ENOUGH OF  IT
I Conservative    Candidate    Retires at Montreal
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Montreal, Sept. 9.���The Hon.
| J. M. Oummet, Conservative can-
i!i'l.i,i* for Yamaska, has retired
(nun  contest.     Conservatives   in
| ihe t-iiy are looking for someone
i" fill his place.
B.C. AGAINST ALL U.S. A.
Province Will Back Her Potatoes Against the Best Across
the Line.
WHOLESALE THIEVING
C. P. R- Cars Plunered to Extent of $1500.   Daring Work
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Winnipeg, Sept. 9.���Another big
plot to steal goods from cars on
the Canadian Pacific Railway has
been unearthed by the C. P. R.
secret service. The amount involved exceeds fifteen hundred
dollars. Two machinists helpers
named Moss and Wright, have
been arrested. One of the arrested
men built a house from stolen
lumber and even used in its construction steam pipes Stolen from
cars in the yard al Souris.
PLACE FOR POUND
'Put It on Sniff Wharf," Say
Aid. Clayton
Victoria, Sept. 9.���The Provincial Government has decided
to make a Provincial display of
I). C. potatoes in Madison Square
Garden,, New York. The Province
will enter in competition for the
Stillwt-11 trophy ai cl $10,000 prize
against all America. Mr. Ashwell
Smith of Ladner has lx*en ap-
pointed to make the collection of
competing produce.
"Life's Opening Doors" will lie
the subject of Rev. Warren H.
Mcl.eod's sermon at the Baptist
Church tomorrow evening at 7.30
p.m. Music coudurtcd by Mr.
John K. Davey. Solo by Mr.
Clapperton. Strangers and visitors
always welcome. Services held
in Mclntyre Hall.
HAYS CREEK1TES HATE
CIRCLING THE CIRCLE
Petition Presented to Persuade the City Council to
Carry Sixth Avenue Right Acroas Haya Cove Circle
Out- of the sites specially plait*
mil and reserved for a "beauty
-|i"i" of the city is already ob-
i-< ted to on utilitarian grounds,
ihe residents around Hays Cove-
''irclc seeing no reason why they
should walk around instead of
acron a circle. A petition signed
by E. J. Hicks and nine others
I" the above effect was read at
ilu-council meeting last night.
Tin- petitioners ask that a four-
foot   sidewalk   bt*   built   in   Hays
' ove Circle from the intersection
'���f Fourth antl Fifth avenues across
lo Sixth avenue antl say: "This
lieing the only portion of Hays
���ove Circle thai is not already
lirovided with plank sidewalks."
They further say: "The con-
M ruction of this walk would be
'f benefit and value to every
person in the cily going from the
business district to any paoint
beyond Hays Cove."
these progressive petitioners ob-
ject to walking round a circle
"because as matters now Stand
we arc compelled to travel iwo
bill blocks extra distance in going
���������wild the south of the circle."
This problem of squaring the
���irclc to meet the desires of the
petitioners was duly referred to
ihe committee on public works.
The Prince George cams in
'his morning with about one hun-
���bed and ten passengers and two
hundred and lifty tons of freight.
TATLOW ST.  PUZZLE
Assessor in a Quandary Over
Taxation
Thc rc|iorl of the board of
works recommending the construction of a sixteen-foot plank road
along Tailow street from Sixth
io Ninth avenue, made to the
OOUndl last night, raised some
perplexing questions as to thc
matter of assessment. Tatlow is
a winding street specially planned
so by the skilful architects who
platted the townsite to break the
monotony of too many straight
lines. In this it is peculiar when
it comes to the matter of assessment for the proposed improvement, the puzzle being thc
number of property owners directly
benefitted and therefore to be
assessed.
Both the city engineer and
the city solicitor gave their views
upon thc point, and in the end it
was deemed advisable to return
the recommendation to the board
of works for further consideration
and lo decide upon a fair and
equitable investment.
The argument that hard times
will be put on the free list and the
Canadian people will pay their
good money and import some, is
one of the signs of obstructionist
desperation.
Alderman Clayton does rot like-
to have, his sleep broken by a
whole horde of clogs baying ihe
midnight moon. He expressed
himself to this effect at lhe council
last night, when the recommendation of tht* board of works was
read that a pound be established
at the corporation yard on McBride street.
The alderman strenously objected that it would destroy the
peace of the whole neighborhood;
that the residents would be unable
to sleep nights. He had had one
such experience in Nelson and was
opposed lo a second dose of the
slcep-dispeller. He would recommend as an amendniei i ihat the
pound be built on the sniff wharf.
Alderman Smith seconded the
amendment and it carried although
Alderman Hilditch solemnly warned the council that such a course
was altogether wrong because the
city had simply permission from
the G. T. P. to use the waterfront
as a landing for the sniff yacht
with the understanding that it
was to be merely a temporary
arrangemert. Il was likely io
be very temporary at that.
Upon this objvc.ion the City
Clerk was instructed to apply for
permission to have the pound on
the sniff wharf.
That Loyalty Bosh
The loyally of the Canadian
���M-ople was not called in question
when the reciprocity treaty was
completed in 1864.   it was not
called in question when Sir John A.
Macdonald attempted to revive
it in 1805, or again in 1809, or
again in 1871, or again in 1888, or
again in 1891. The question was
not raised in 1897. It was not
raised when Mr. Palerson and Mr.
Fieldirg started on their mission
in 1910. The loyally of the
Canadian people was never called
in question until Mr. Fielding and
Mr. Paterson effected a satisfactory
agreement.
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BASEBALL SCORES |
Northwestern League
Vancouver 0, Sopkane I.
Portland 1, Victoria 0.
National League
Chicago 8, Cincinnati 2.
New York 8, Brooklyn 2.
Pacific Coast League
Portland 7, Sacramento 1.
San Francisco 5, Vernon 4.
Los Angeles 3, Oakland 2.
American League
Philadelphia 8, Boston 1.
Chicago 9. Detroit 3.
Cleveland 2, St. Louis 1.
New York 2, Washington 1.
NEW DIOCESE
IN FAR JAPAN
Canadian Anglican Church to
Extend her Borders in Missionary Enterprise in Maik-
do'sLand.  Needs of Indians.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London, Out., Sept. 0,���Formal
decision to establish a Diocese
of Canadian Arglican Church in
Japan was arrived at today. Ii
is hoped lhat the new missionary
Bishop for this latest Diocese
of tlu- Canadian Church will be
selected al the present silting of
the General Synod.
Missionaries ai the Synod pointed out that the extension, of
railways throiif.ii the nortii country is slowly driving the Indians
out his present sphere of life and
that unless something can be
done in, order that the Indians
might be made use of on. their
developing districts the problem
would become a serious one.   The
matter is to by taken up with the
Government.
TO  HEAR  THE  FACTS
Ladies Invited to Duncan Ross's
Meeting on Tuesday
Because reciprocity will greatly
reduce the cost of housekeeping,
Mr. Duncan Ross is making special
arrangements for the ladies of
Prince Rupert to attend his meeting on Tuesday night in. the Empress Theatre. It will be a good
opportunity to hear the facts and
get to understand ihe question
fully.
An. added interest is given to
the meeting by the possibility that
Mr. Clements will fulfil his challenge to come and debate lhe
question.
SMOOTHLY DONE
Back to the Sunshine
P. 1. Palmer welcomed his wife
and four children this nior.iing.
They came up on the George after
a stay at North Arm, Vancouver
Island.
The  Native-Born
Noble���On Sept. 3rd, to the
wife of W. D. Noble, Mill Bay,
Naas River, a son.
Johnson���On Sept. 1st, to ihe
wife of Alfred Johnson, Mill Bay,
Naas River, a son.
THE TRICK FAILS
In the window of the Conservative Committee Rooms is
a small notice offering $50 reward to anyone who can discover the union label on Mr.
Ross's pamphlet which was
printed in Prince Rupert by
union men at union rates of
wages.
A sufficient answer to the
misleading suggestion is to state that the label was left off
the pamphlet contrary to instructions either deliberately
or by accident by a union
printer, who before the ink
was dry on the plates, left the
employ of the Prince Rupert
Publishing Company without
warning and started up in
business with the gentleman
running the Conservative campaign, under the discarded
name of the company which
printed the pamphlets.
The facts speak for themselves.
City Estimates for  Year and
Assessment Bylaw Passed
At the adjourned meeting of
the council last night, the estimates for the year were passed.
A few explanations were asked as
to certain items but, the estimates
passed practically without objection.
The bylaw providing (or the
tax levy was also passed without
much discussion. It is for twelve-
mills, nine for general expenditures, one uf hospital purposes ami
two for school pur-Mises.
SPECIAL S. A. SERVICES
Major Morris Provincial Officer
Arrives   and   will   Preach
By the Prince George this morning Major Morris, Provincial Officer of the Salaviion Army in B. C,
Alaska ard the Yukon, arrived in
the city. He will hold a special
service at 8 o'clock tonight in the
Citadel, and further bright services on Sunday at 11 a.m.. 3
p.m. and 8 p.m. Major Morris
is a popular preacher and will
attract large audiences,
SKEENA SALMON PACK
IS LARGER THAN EVER
Over 80,000 Cases Have Been Accounted for Already
and Returns are Not All In���Goverment Policy of
Fishery Protection has Proved Effective.
Latest authoritative figures to
hand regarding the Skccne River
salmon pack g<> .<> show thai
beyond doubt the Skeeia pack
this season will considerably exceed thai of last season. This is
gratifying proof that the efforts
of the Dominion Government to
prevent Interference with the salmon have been thoroughly effective. On the Skeena particularly the result is successful. Down
the Fraser River the pack this
season is lighi due mainly to the
fact thai American fishers using
bag nets and salmon trap! have
reduced the run of lish up river.
About 80,000 cases, probably
rather over that number, is the
estimated total pack for the British
American Packers' Association this
season on the Skeena group of
canneries. This figure is made up
of the follworig estimaitd totals
for each cannery.   Balmoral 30,840,
Alexandria 7,000, Dominion 17,000,
Cunrii'gh; ill's 30,000 cases. Oilier
canneries all report increased figures over h'st season's so the rumor
of a reduced pack is laid.
LAURIER IS LIVE
Tremendous Reception Accorded Premier in London
(Canadian Prtss Despatch)
London, Sept. 9.���Sir Wilfrid
Laurier was given ;. greet reception
by over 4,0(10 people lasi right.
A new point in his address i*^ the
statement thai there will be r<>
further alteraiioi s or revisioi s in
Canada's tariff u nil ample examination has been ill;.It*.
May Cct 57 Yet
A press despatch from Victoria
printed in the News yesterday
States that W. F. Burriti has been
appointed registrar of the county
court. Mr. Burriit is in receipt
of a telegram ihat he has been
appointed not only registrar of
the county court, but also registrar of the supreme court antl
clerk of the pence, in addition to
his present position as registrar of
titles.
STILL GREATER
PROSPERITY
Dominion Revenue Returns for
Past Five Month Show Six
Millions Increase. Million
and a Half Increase in August
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, Sept. 9.- The total re v-
i-i'iie of the Domir.ior for the first
five months of the fiscal year was
152,086,816 as compared with 145,-
880,370 for the Mine period last
year an increase of 80,200,245.
For August alone the revenue
was 811,727,444 an increase of
11,552,514 over ihe month of
August 1910. Expenditure for
the five months totalled 820,-
526,680compared with $27,540,017
last year an increase of two
millions.
If you want money apply P. O.
Box 953. tf
American View Point
Attention has been drawn more
than once to the significant fact
that whereas all the agricultural
journals in Canada favor lhe rcciprociiy agreement, all the agri-
uiliiiral journals in the United
States oppose it. The Orange
Jtitld Northwest Farmstead, in
its lasi issue, has an article on
reciprocity,   which   should   lie  of
interest to Canadian electors.   11
says:
"It would seem to lie a foregone conclusion that reciprocity
will win in the Canadian elections
by a vote of two to ore. Why?
Because this measure will enormously stimulate Canadian agriculture without in any way injuring Canadian manufactures,
Canada has absolutely everything
to gain and Utterly nothing lo
lose by approving reciprocity. It
is not loo much lo say that should
reciprocity be endorsed at the
Canadian elections, September 21,
the ultimate result thereof will be
to double the value of every acre
of good land and limber and of
every town or city lot in the
Dominion.
SETTLERS ORGANISING
IN UPPER KITSUMKALUM
Beautiful District needs Post Office and Trails to Develop it and Encourage Influx of Population.
Special Article by a Settler to
The Daily News.
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AUX   CANADIENNE   FRANCAISE
Vous etes cordialment prie d'assister a une reunion Canadienne Francaise, qui
sera tenue samedi soir a 8.30 p.m. dans la salle du Comite Liberal.
M. Angers et d'autres addresseront la parole traitant les questions politiques du
jour.
II y aura un  "Smoker" et des rafraichissements seront servis.
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The lirsi meeting of the settlers
of ihe Upper Kitsumkaylum valley
was held August 28th al lhe
home "I Mrs. A. Ross for lhe
pur|M.se of drafting petitions for
a post office at the head of the
lake   and   lo   ask   for   funds   lo
complete the trail to thai point.
Little hi's been said of this
district, one of ihe mosi beautiful
and fertile of the Skeena valleys.
Three years ago there was i oi an
acre staked above the lake .���'.nil
until  June   191(1  there  were only
four pre-emptions taken.   Many
of the settlers have comfortable
cabins built aid some have raised
crops ihis year. All ihis in spite
of  the  difficulty  of  getting  In
supplies, etc.
From Kitsumkalum ihe trail
was completed to Mud Lake lasi
year a distance <>f sixteen  miles.
From ihat point supplies had i<>
be taken by boat ten miles across
Mud Lake, Red Sand Uke aid
the big Kitsumkalum Lake. This
chain of lakes connected by narrow
channels in which ihe swift eiir-
rci'ls make passage in small boats
ra.licr difficult.   The Dominion
Telegraph    Company   chose   this
trail through ihe forest. The worst
difficulty is the lake, as ihe shore
for several miles on the West side-
is beaver swamp ard on the east
side a rocky bluff overhangs the
lake for some distal ce.
As ihe lake is fed by springs
the ice does nol form a safe winter
trail and forces the settlers to
leave their claims for the winter,
or be shut off from lhe outer
world for several months. They
are a hard), hopeful lot, however,
aril believe lhal a. vall.y with so
mat y natural advantages cannot
long be left without means of
transportation.
There   is   no   doubt   that   the
beautiful Kitsumkalum Lake seven
miles long by two and a half
miles wide, Stocked with lhe finest
trout in the world and surrounded
by fenile farms and farther up
in the foo,hills with all kinds cf
game, will make one of the finest
pleasure resorts on the Pacific
Coast. There are wild geese and
ducks in abundance besides plover,
partridges, grouse, etc.   All the
available land is now staked as
pre-emptions but there arc thou
sands of acres still held as timber
Valley as the shortest ard easiest llimiis which will be converted into
route for Stewart, ard the line I farms as soon as the timber is
has been completed this year. I removed. This will be in the near
This lias been of immense benefit I future as the fires are ileslroymg
to ilu- settlers farthest north as la great'deal ol it and will necesslta-
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Daily Edition.
Saturday. Sept. 9
A GOOD REASON FOR SUPPORTING MR. ROSS
Daily, for several weeks this journal has shown that reciprocity
is vitally necessary to build up Prince Rupen and develop Northern
Briiish Columbia. I'ipun those grounds it has consistently urged
the electors to elect the Governmeni candidate, Mr. Duncan Ross,
to be its next member.
In addition to the long list of incontrovertible economic arguments
in favor of reciprocity there are strong personal arguments, which
must be considered. These. Mr. Ross by the usage of good taste
would be precluded from discussing. But they rank among the most
important reasons why Mr. Ross must be elected if the district is
to progress.
Lib.
ll is conceded <>n every hand that the Laurier Government is going
to be returned. The very best ihat the most sanguine Conservative
forecasts give is:
Con.
British Columbia     7
Alberta     2
Saskatchewan     1
Manitoba     8
Ontario  00
Quebec  20
Nova Scotia     7
New Brunswick     4
Prince Fdward Island      1
Yukon 	
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2
26
45
11
9
3
1
110   Ul
On these figures Mr.  Borden could not take office.    Even the
20 seats given to the Conservatives in Quebec arc for the most pari
Nationalist, and on reciprocity several of Bourassa's candidates are
taking ground for the agreement and will vote for it if elected.
WARK'S
CLOSING
JEWELRY
SALE
II
Our large a.rtl expensive stock
is going and going fast.
Those who know values and are
anxious to save themselves one
hundred per cent on goods they
require are already availing iheinselves of this great opportunity.
GETTING GOODS AT FACTORY PRICES seldom ever hap.
pens. We have given you the
last chance before Christmas.
In two months you will be
sending gifts.   Buy Today.
GREENER'S
"British Empire"
GUN
Here's the worlds
best gun-a Greener    lllllllIll.'l*l.*S.S	
at a price within
the reach of all
sportsmen; its got
all the Greener
features, hard
hitting, far shooting, lasting wear;
there's nothing bet- ����9
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W. W. GREENER
Monlreil, P.Q-
63-65 Bum H.II Hill
COAL   NOTICE
Now take the Liberal estimates, not those of extremists, but of
moderate men in touch with the campaigp:
Lib. Con.
British Columbia  2 5
Alberta  0 1
Saskatchewan  9 1
Manitoba  3 7
Ontario  38 48
Quebec  47 18
Nova Scotia  14 4
New Brunswick  10 3
Prince Edward Island  4
Yukon  1
134 87
This very moderate claim gives Laurier a majority of 47 in the
new House. Il may very well be close upon 00. Many Liberals in
touch wiih the Ontario campaign say that ihe two panics will divide
the Province: 43 to 43. Quebec Liberals do not conceded a net gain
of seven to the Nationalist-Conservative combination. In Nova
Scotia a total of 15 Liberals to three Conservatives would be no surprise.
New Brunswick once returned a solid Liberal delegation and may do
so again. Alberta and Saskatchewan are almost certain to be solidly
Liberal, while in our own Province, it is quite possible that four Liberals
will go in.
A Few of the
Hundreds of Bargains
$900.00 Heintzman Player Piano
for $710 00
$72.00 Hall Chime Clock $44 00
$38.50   Library   Chime   Clock
for $23 25
Other Clocks at about
HALF PRICE
Umbrella* and Walking
Sticks at about HALF PRICE
Walt ham     Elgin
Elbico Lo gine
Watches at a
BIG REDUCTION
PRINCE RUPERT INN
AND
ANNEX
Owned and operated by the
Grand Trunk Pacific Ruilway on
the American and European plan.
Excellently famished, with
steam heat, electric light, and all
modern convenience*, being absolutely first-class in every respect.
The appointments nnd service
are equal to any lintel on the
coast
Rales: $1 to $3.50 per day.
G. A. Sweet, Manager.
S.S. COMPANY OF B.C., Lid
The new steel Passenger Steamer
"Camosun"
leaves
There i*. no constituency in the whole of Canada ihat requires
more from the next Government than does Comox-A.lin. Comox-
A'.lin i- an undeveloped territory over a thousand miles long, ard two
hundred miles wide. It has seven thousand miles of coast line. lis
need-, .ire very great.
Governments being composed of men are only human. Whai
chance for special favors whould Comox-Atlin have, if, when the
Laurier Government i-. returned in triumph by a contented coui try.
Comox-Atlin were to (elect a carpet-bagger like Herbert S. Clements
of 535 Pender St. West, Vancouver, and send him to Ottawa as its
representative.
There is no part of Comox-Atlin that will reed favors frcm lhe
Government so much as Prince Kupert \vill for the next two or three
years. A week ago today, thc people of Prince Rupert consented
io assume mosi of the taxation for the Grand Trunk Pacific for the
nexi ten years, on condition thai lhc railway would start work on a.
roundhouse, an engine shop, a. depot, and an hotel. (The dry dock had
already been arranged for by the Dominion Government which had
guaranteed a. 12,000,000 subsidy for twenty years).
A city so much in need of public works cannot afford to take
chances on  sending the Vancouver candidate to present its needs
before the Government.
Yesterday, notice was given thai the customs house and posl
office must be removed from the Grand Trunk reserve to make room
for Improvements. This makes it a timely occasion on. the re-opening
of Parliament lo request lhe Dominion Government to erect a permanent Stone or concrete post office and a permanent customs house,
and Government Building.
Iii addition lo the work at the Marine Depot and Quarantine
station at Digby Island, tbe Government is contemplating the building
"I a large wharf m Digby.   The plans were in the city yesterday, and
cab for a 600 fool wharf with two approaches, one 010 feet long and
e other 710 feet long.   There are other works in contemplation too.
Who Is "Tm* "". s'K'ti;vl Pr-Mcl��nce to perceive that Mr. Duncan Ross
<le,I  ���,'1/  r - b ,    B r,,m"x-Ailin man will be able to secure a great
,'  e ,r   ��I,     ,,U'�� UVM>m "* f"r Comox-Atlin  from a  Liberal
���government than would Mr. Herbert S. Cle
DIAMOND
RINGS
PINS
in fact every
article in our
store is being
sold at a ... .
GREAT SACRIFICE
.Prince Rupert every Sunday
at 9 a.m. for Vancouver,
arriving Monday afternoon.
For Stewart City on arrival
from Vancouver Friday
night.
Northbound, leaves Vancouver Wednesdays at 9 p.m. t
Steerage Fare      -       $5.00,
The "Camoflun,, is the only  steame j
on the run having wntfr-tight bulk-'
heads and double bottom, thus en
Miring safety of passengers in case i
of collision or wreck.
J. H. Rogers, Ticket Agent.
Ski-win Lurid Dlatrlcl -Diatrict ol Quoon Charlotte
lalanda
Tako nutico that Auatin M. Drown nf Prlnco
Hupert, occupation Baddh-r, intonda to apply
to tho Chiof Commissioner of Landa and Worka
fur a Uconco to proapoct fur coal, oil und potruloum
on und undur the following doacribed landa on tho
Woat Count of Graham laland:
Commonclng at a pout piunted throo milu oaat
of tho norlhoaat corner of C. L. No. 4174 thenco
su chaina aouth. thunce 80 chains west, thonce HO
chaina north, tnence 80 chaina oaat to point uf
commoncomont.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Located Auguat let. 1U11.
Tub. Aug. 17.
Skeena Land Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct of Queon Charlutte
lalanda
Tako notico thut Auatin  M.  Brown of Princ*.
Rupert,   occupation   aaddler.   intends   to   apply
1 tu the Chief Cummiaatoner of Landi and Worka
��� fur a liconro tu proapoct for coal, nil and petroleum
, on and under tno fullowlng doacribed landi un the
| Weat ('oaat uf Graham laland:
I     Cummenelng at a poit plantod throe mllei eaat
of tho northeut corner of C. L. No. 4471, thenco
80 chaini eait, thence 80 chaini aouth. thonce 80
| chaini wost, thonce HO chaini north to point of i
cummencemonl.
AUSTIN M. HROWN, Locator ]
< Located Auguat lit, IU 11.
j Hub. Aug. iy.
Skoona Land Diatrict���DUtrlct ot Queen Charlotte
lalandi
Take notice that Auatin  M. Drown of Prince ,
1 Hupert, aaddler by occupation, Intenda to apply
1 to tho Chief Commtuionor of Landi and Wurki
fur a licence to proapect fur coal, oil and potruloum
nn and under tho following deacribed landi on thu j
| Weat Coaat of Graham laland:
Commencing at a post ptanted throo miloa eaat
uf the nurtheait corner of C. L. No. 4471 thonco |
nouth HO rhaina, thence weat 80 chains, thenco ,
north HO chains, thonce east 80 chaim to puint
n( commencement.
AUSTIN   M.   HROWN,   Locator
Located Auguat 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 10.
Skeena Land District    District of Queen Charlotte !
Islands
Take notice that Austin M. Brown of Prince .
Hupert, occupation aaddler, Intends to apply to
t In* Chief Commiasioner of Lands and Works for a j
licence to proapect for coal, oil and potruloum un
and under the fotlownlg deicrilwd landi un the
Weat Coaat of Graham Island:
Commencing at a post planted three milea oaat
of the southeast corner of C. L. No. 4170 thenre
north 80 chains, thence eut 80 chaini, thonce '
south 80 chaini, thonce weat 80 chaini to point uf |
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator I
Located Auguat lit, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Land District���DUtrict of Queen Charlotte I
Islands
Take notice that Austin M. Brown of Prince j
Hupert, aaddler, Intendi to apply to tho Chief
Commiaaioner of Landa and works for a licence
to proapect for coal, oil and petroleum on and under
the following deacribed tanda on thu Weat Cout
of Graham Island:
Commencing at a post plantod three miles eut
of tbo northeaat corner of C. I.. No. 4469 thonce
eut 80 chains, thence aouth 80 chaina, thence
weat 80 chains, thenco north HO chains to point of
com mon cement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Located August 1st, 1911.
I'uh. Aug. 19.
Sk.-ena Land DUtrict���District of Queen Charlotte
Islands
Take notice that Austin M. Brown of Prince
Hupert. uddler, Intends to apply to tho Chief
Commiasioner of Lands and Works for a licence
to prospect for coal, oil and potrotoum on and
under tne following doacribed lands on tho West
Cout of Graham Island:
('ommenclng at a post planted three miles eut
of the northeaat corner of C. L. No. 4461) thonce
aouth 80 chaina. thence 80 chaina weat, thence 80
chains north, tnence 80 chaina eut to point of
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN. Locator
Ucated Auguat lit, 1911.
Pub. Aug. IB.
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlotu
Islands
Take notice that Austin M. Brown of Prince
Rupert, occupation uddler, intends to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Worka tor
a licence to prospect for coal, oil and petroleum on
and under the following deacribed lands on the
West Cout of Graham Island:
Commencing at a poit planted three milea eait
of the aoutheaat corner of C. I.. No. 4475 thence
north 80 chaina, thonco eaat NO chains, thence aouth
80 chaina, thence weat 80 chains tu point of com-
menevment.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Ucaior
Ucated August let, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Island!.
Take notice that Austin Nf. Brown of Prince
Rupert, occupation aaddler, inlenda lo apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Unds and Worka fur
a licence to proapect for coal, oil and pvtroleum i
on and under the following deacribed landa on thc '
West Cout of Graham Island:
Commencing at a post planted three miloa eut
"( the aoulbeut corner of C. L. No. 4475 tbenee |
80 chaina weat. thence 80 chaini north, 80 chains .
aaat, thance 00 chaina aouth  to point of commencement
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator |
Ucaiwl Auguat let, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
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Skoenu Land LMatriat���District of Coast Range 5
Tuko natlce thut El. II. Q, Miller ol Falmouth
Knu*. occupation surveyor, intenda to apply to
iiiTiiiisnii.il to purchaao the (ollowing described
lands:
Commonclng at a poat planted ut tho N. W. Corner of Lot 44-Jti, thence woat 80 chlans, thenco aouth
'20 chuins, thence euut 80 chaini-), thonce north 20
chuina to the point ol commencement containing
100 ucres moru or leaa.
Dated Auguat 16, 1911, E. H. Q. MILLKR
Pub. Aug. 20. p. M. Miller, Agont
Skeana Lund District -District of Coast Range 5
Take notice thut Herbert J. Muckle of Pern*
broko, (int., occupation lumberman, intends to
apply for permiaalon to purchuae the following
described landa:
Commonclng ut u post piunted on the left bank
of thu Zymotioltx or /.im-u-got-ltx River, at aouthweat cornor of Lot lVuii. thenco northorly, following
tho westerly bouadury of l,��ii 170ti, 80 chains
moro or lesa, lo the northwest corner of suid Lot
1700. thencu westerly anil aoulheriy, following
lhe left]bauk of aald river, HO chains more or Itau to
point of commencement containing ltio acres
more or leas.
Located August 10, 1011.
Dated August 21, 1011.     HKRIU-.RT J. MACKIK
Pub. Aug. 211. Frederick S. Clementa, Agenl
Skeena Land District-District of Coaat Rango V
Take notice that I, George Kline of Towner,
North Dakota, I*. S. A., farmer, intend to apply
for permlasion to purchaae thu following described
Commencing at a poat plantod at the aouth*
wnt corner of Lot 2287, thence east 80 chains,
thenca south 40 chains, thenco woat 40 chains
thence aouth 40 chains, thenco weat 40 chains,
thence north 80 chains to point of commencement
containing 480 acres more or less.
Dated July 16, 1911 i;EORGE KIMK
Pub. July 26. Fred B, Cowell, Agent
Skeena Land District���District of Coast Range V
Take notice that I, Peter Larson of Towner,
North Dakota, I . S. A., farmer, intend to apply
for permission to purchaao the following described
Unas:
Commencing at a post pUnted at tho south'
eaat corner of Lot 1729, thence aouth 80 chains,
thence weat 40 chains, thence north B0 chains,
thence east 40 chaina to point of commencement.
Dated July 16, 1911. PETKR LARSKN
Pub July 26, 1911. Frod K. Cowell, Agent
Skeena l**nd District-Dlalrlct of Coast Range V
Take notice that 1, Adolph II. Chrlatianson of
Towner. North Dakota, occupation attorney*
at-law, intend to apply for permiasion to purchaae
the following described landa:
Commencing at a poat plantod about one and
one-half miles (1 1-2) northeast of the head of
Trout River on tho weat aide of Lakelae Lake,
and about 6 chaina from the lake-front, thence
aouth 80 chaina, thence weat 80 chaina, ihence
north 80 chaina, thenoe east 80 chains to point
of commencement.
ADOLPH IL CHRISTIANSON
Dated June 30, 1911. Fred I-:. Cowell, Agont
Pub. July 26.
Skeena Land District���DUtrlct of Coast Range 6
Take notice that R. F. Miller of Tipton, Eng*
land, occupation farmer, intends to apply for
permiasion to purchaae the following deacrlbod
landa:
Commencing at a poat planted about 60 chains
weat from the N. W. Corner of I*ot 4406, thence
north 40 chains, thenco wost 20 chaina, thence
aouth 40 chains, thenco eaat 2U chaina to the
point of commencement containing eighty acrea
more or loaa.
I>ated Auguat 19, 1911. R. F. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 26. P. M. Miller, Agent
Skeena Land Diatrict���DUtrlct of Coast Rango 6
Take notica that Frank S. Miller of London,
Eng., occupaUon civil engineer. Intends to apply
for permUsion to purchaao the lollowing deacrlbod
lands:
Commencing at a poat planled at tho N. E.
Corner of Lol 28, thence north 20 chains, thonce
wesl 20 chaina, thence aouth 20 chains, ihence
east 20 chains to point of commencement, containing 40 acrea more or leaa.
Dated August 16, 1911. FRANK S. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 26. P. M. Miller, Agant
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Skeena Land DUtrlct -DUlrict of yui-eii Charlott
Islanda
Tako notica lhat Auatin M. Rrown of Princa
Rupart,   occupation   aaddler,   inlands   to   apply
to tha Chief CommUaioner of Landa and Worka
[ for a licence to proapoct (or coal, oil and petrolaum
on and under the following deacribed Unda on tht
Woat Coaat of liraham lalaud:
I     Commanclng at a poat planted three mllea east
of tho aoulheut corner of C. L No. 4470 thenc*
' waat HO chaina, thenc* north HO chains, thenc*
. aaat 80 chains, thenc* aouth HO chaina to point of
eommencoment.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Located Auguat 1st. 1911.
Skaana Land DUtriet���DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Islands
Tak* notie* that Austin  M. Ilrown of Princ*
Kupert. aaddler. Intonda to apply lo th* CbUf
< Commlaalonar of Lands and Works fur a licence .
to prospect for coal, oil and petroleum on and under
the following doacribed Unds on tba Waat Coasl of
Graham Island:
Commonclng et a post planted ihre* mile* from
th* aoutheaat cornar of C. L. No. 4472 thence HO
chaina wast, thence HO chaina north, tbence HO
chaina c*st, th*no* B0 chains south to point of
cwmmeneemenL
AUSTIN M. DROWN, Locator
Located August let. lilt,
i Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeens Land Dutrict District of Queen Charlott*
lsUnda
Tak* notice lhal Austin XI. Drown of Prineo
Kupi rt. occupation aaddler, Intenda to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Worka for a
licence to prospect for coal, oil and petroleum on
-and under th* following deacribed landa on the
Waat Coaat of Graham Island:
Commencing at a post planted thre* miles eaat
ol thc northeast cornar of C. I.   No. 4472 thence
north HO rhain��.  ihence eaal HO chaina,  thenc*
aouth HO chains, ihenc* wost 80 chains to point of ,
com mm cement.
AUSTIN M. DROWN, Locator'
Located August 1st. Ibll.
Pub. Aug. 10.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Quv��n Charlotu ,
Islands
Tak* notlc* that Austin M. Drown of Princ* i
Rupert, occupation aaddler. Intenda lo apply to ���
tbe Chief C-ofnintaalotwr of Landa and Works for j
a licenc* to proapect (or coal, oil and petroleum on
and under the lollowing deacribed lands on the '
West Coaat ol Graham Island:
Commencing at a poat planted three miles east
��J the northeaat corns* of C. L. No. 4472 thence
HO chains wast* thenc* HO chains north, ihenc* HO j
chains east, ihence bO cbains south lo poinl of ,
commencement
AUSTIN M. DROWN, Locator
l.ocatf*d Auguat 1st, 1911.
rub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Land Diatrict���Diatrict ol Queen Charlott*
Islands
Tak* nolle* that Auatin M. Drown of Princ*
Rupert, D. C, occupation aaddler, intends to
apply to lhe (*bie( Commissioner of Lands and
Words for a licence to prospect for coal, oil and
���letim on and under the following deacribed
__ on the Waal Coaat of Graham Island:
Commencing at a post Dlanted thre* miles eaat
of tb* northeast comer of C. L. No. 4478 thenee
HO chains south, thenc* HO chaina aast, th*no* HO
chaina north, thenca 80 chains waat to point o(
commencement.
AU8TIN M. DROWN, Locator
Dauof Location 31st July, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skc��na Und DUtrict -DUtrlct of Queen Charlotte
Islands
Taka notice that Austin M. Drawn of Princ*
Rupert, occupation aaddler, intends to ���m-l.v to
tha Cluel Comtnlsatoner o( Lands and Works
(or a licence to prospect for coal and oil and petroleum on and under the following described lands
on tb* West Coaat of Graham IaUnd:
Commencing at a post planted three mllee east
of the aouthweat corner of C. L. No. 4477 thence
80 chains east, thence 80 chains north, thence 80
chaina west, thenc* 80 chaina aouth to potnt of
commencemenL
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Date of Location, 81st July 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skoena Und District DUtrict of Quean Charlott*
lalanda
Take notlc* that Austin M. Drown o( Princ*
Rupert, occupation aaddler, Intends to apply to
the Chief Commiasioner of Unds and Worka for a
licence to prospect (or coal, nil and petroleum on and
under the (ollowing deacribed lands on tba Weat
Coaat o( Graham Island:
Commencing at a poet planted three miles east
n( the southeast eorner of C. I. No. 4472 thence
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains, thence aouth
HO chains, thenca waat BO chains to point o( com-
mencemmxt. ^^ M   nR0WN   ^^
Ixxated *"�����'"' I". 1*11.
Pub. Au��. 1��.
Sk**n* Uml DUtriet���District ol Qtmn Ch.rlott
lalsnils
T.k. nolle, llist AusUn M nrown ol Princ.
Rupert, Md-llar, lnt��nd�� to apply to th. Chlol
Commissioner ol Lsnd. .nd Works lor . licenc*
lo prospect lor co.1, oil .nd petroleum on .nd
under tn* lollowln. de*acrlb*sd l.nds on th. Wart
i i a.I ol Orshstn lslsnd.
I ..imin-nrlnl ��> . port pl*nt��d two miles esst
ol th. nortrasut comer ol C. L. No. 4178 th*nc*
SO chsin. e**t, th.nc. 80 ch.ln. .outh, thonce 80
ch.in. west, thene* 80 ch.ln. north to point ol
cmm.ncmn.nu   ^^ M   mQ^   ^^
I Il.lei.l I/T.II..H :.!.. July I'M!.
Pub. Auf. IT.
A charming summer evening
gown of Nile green satin messaline,
simply, Imt beautifully put together with a. whin- Ian* tunic,
attractively shaped, as shown
above. Like the satin -.kin. the
bodice is plain, hut enriched with
a fichu-like arrangement of lace
matching tlii'.t used for tunic,
Short sleeves end \ii.li a frill of
lr.ee and a high satin girdle marks
the waist line.
HOUSEHOLD HINTS
Candles will lust much longer if
they are kept on Ice twenty-four
hours before using.
For toast to Berve with por-ched
eggs, cut out the centres of slices
of bread with a round biscuit
cutter. Toast these rounds either
over the coals or In the oven after
buttering them.
New sliot-s should be allowed to
stand over right in a pan into
which just enough olive oil to
cover the soles has been poured.
They will last much longer ard
will never squeak.  '
LAND PUKCHASK NO-TICK
Ski'i'im Land Dialrk't District of Count Kunno V (
Take noticu thut JoilO M. Tullmun of ( odur i
Rapids, lowu, occupat ion lawyer) Uttondi to
apply (or permUriiuii tu purvliuHu thu loiluwing :
doscribod IuihIh:
Comnirtii-iiv. at a post planted on the tioutlicrly
Bhoro of KutzynuiitH-n Inlet mi thi) rltfht bunk
of u Htnull atrt'um (lowing int" --Hid Inlet just uust
of Crow Lake. Thenoe (.otiili Liu chiliiis, ilniiee
west 20 chains mora ��t u-^h to tho ihore Una of
Crow Luke, thence northorly und Stlterly following tho ahoro linos of CfOW l.uku, lho Inlot
to Crow Lake und KutMymttMll Inlet to tho
place of comnnmcvment, containing IQrtj acros
more or loan. Located Augtlai 7, lull.
Dated Aug. B, 1911. JESSE M. TALI,MAN
Pub. Aug. 12,
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second aveiue and Third street
Over Weatenhaver Bros.' Office.
MUNRO  &  LAILBY
Architect!,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:-  AUDITORS
Skwnu Lund District -DUlrict of Coaat Riinge 5 ... .,
Tako  notico  thut   Surah   E,   Alton   ul   Prince   l.aw-UuLler Building Hlionu No.   <!HU
I'rince Runert
Rupert, occuputlon nunth intend.1* to upply for j
[iiTini-viiim tu purchaM the following dum-ribed '
lands: '       ,
CommvnciiiK ut  I post  planled ut tho North
woat  corner   110  ciiains eusterly  (jditfhtly  north)    .,.,DF,n /'��i����u
from tho northflUt corner of i-ut  UU. (llarvuy .      ,",';,,,,
Survey) Coaat Dlltrlot, Range V, then-re Ml ehaina      or H. m !. i hi
oaat, thuncu -o chuina aouth, thunce 40 chains
woat, thuncu 10 ehmnn nortii, thencu ID chuina
woat, thunce 40 ehalni north to post of commencement containing 180 aem non or leaa.
Dated June 11, 1011. SARAH  B. ALTON
Pub. July 16.
I��.0. Box 351
and Mitint��.l.u Hura.
C. V. BENNKTT, B.A.
of H.C.. Ontario. Saa-
katchewan and Al-
Iwrtu llara.
CARSS & BENNETT
BARRIBTBBS, Notakiks, Etc.
I'nil H.ililir, Auent   oillco-ExchnnK* Muck, cornor Third .v.nu. suid
SkMna Land District -liislrirt ol Cousl ICanua r. Sl*'1i street. Princ.Ruo.rt. 8
Tako note, thai l.infonl Sowull Dill o[ l'rlnco ���������	
Ituport,  11. 0.. nccupatiiu.  locomoliv.i n.^iM-i-r,
lnl-.-n.lia to upply lor pvmlMOD to btlrohSM MS VVM    <    IIA1 1      I    n  1      11   I)  X
fullnwlnic diMrlbwl Unds: WM-   *   *********s   l*U.B.|   U. U. O.
Comtnoncinit ot u pout iiliintml on lho nortii DENTIST,
bsnk  of tho  Ziiiwuniitz   l.ivor  sboul   throo (11) : .,       ���F    .       0       .....
mile, distant (upatniim) in u ��.*��i.*riy dlrociion,   Crown and Britlge Work a Specialty.
[rom tho junction ot tho l.itllo XiniouolitB Kivor , All drntal operations skilfully treated. Gas and
and tho main ZiinoKutil** Kiver, Ihenco north 10 local aiuisthellrs administered for the painless ex-
chains, thonco went 4X1  i-lmins, thenco south   10   traction of teeth.       Consultation free.      Offices:
To  take  axle  grease  oul   of
goods, rub the spot with lard,
he k"<"1s. rub the spo, with
Rub
Innl. Kill, ihe goods ii- the hi'.i tl
as if washing, let st;..\ in three
hours, then wash out in cold \\;-ter,
usinj; plenty of sor.j).
When   iiiikii'g   letliori'de,   ore
of the lemons may be peeled ar.d
run through a meat chopper with
:' small piece of lhe pel I.   This will
give the lemonade .*. delightfully
piquant flavor.
Ip m.'.kii g *.i shoe l>;*g or laui'dry
bag thai is to hang flat agi'insi
the door, use brass ripgs instead
of loops for slipping over the nails.
They will not pull <>ut as the loops
may.
When priparipg fish for broiling,
split it open down the back. After
washing and drying well on ;-
iloih, nil) the lish well with oil
and Hour. This prevents it slicking
lo ihe broiler.
chains,  thonco oust  IU  cliulna to post of cum-
mencement contuinitii* l.iu ucros moro or l.��s.
Datod Juno 7, 1011.   LlMDIll) SKWA1.L HELL
Pub. July 8. lioo. It. Putnam. Agent
CMslar   Und   Diatrict    District   of   Skeena
Take notice that 1, Lemuel Freer of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for permission
to purchsso tho (.illowinu di-sril-cdr Unda:
CommencinK ut a poat planted on tho shore
In . northerly direction from I'ort Nelson Cannery
markod L. K.'a S. E. Corner, thence 20 chain,
north, thonce -JO chains west, thenco 110 chains
-.until to shoro line, ther.ce alonu the shore lo
point ot commencement, contuining -10 acres more
or loss.
Dated Juno 10,1911 LEM UEL FREER
Pub. July 8. J. tl. Collison. Aiant
Helt-crson Illock. Prince Rupert.
11-12
Alex.M.Manson ...A..      W.K.Williams.n.a... 1..1..11
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 286
Prince Rupert, B.C
p. O. BOX 23
PRINCE RUPERT
Skeena Und Dlatrlcl
Tske notice thai
-Dislrict ol Coast Runiio V
Peter Erickson of Prince
Rupert, laborer, intend to apply for permUsion
to purcnaae tho tollou-inu described Unda:
Commencing at a post planted on tho north
bank ot Williiima Creek where tho railway right-
of-way ere**-**, and 11 chuins back from th. crook
bank, thenco south 110 chains, thonco east 40
chains, thenee north *10 chains, thenco west 10
chsin. to point ot commencement.
Dated July 1. 1011. PETER ERICKSON
I'ub. July 25. Kt.il E. Cowell, Agent
Skeena Und DUlrict
Tako potic. that
District ol Coasl IUnge V
John  Evenaon of Prlnco
Rupert, laborer, Intend to apply for |>crmiaslon
to puretiaM tbe lollowing described Unds:
Commencing at a po.1 planted al the southeast corner of Lot  111'., thenco north HO ch.ins(
thenco out 60 chains, thenco nulh 80 chaina,
thence wost 60 chains to point of commencment.
Dated July 13, 1011. JOHN BVBN80N
Puh. July 26. Prod E. Cowell, Agent
Skeena Und DUUict���DUlrict ol Coast IUnge V
Take notico that 1, Ronjamin A. KUb ot Towner,
N, I)., occupstlon merchant, Intend to apply
for permission to purchase tho fullowlng described
Unas:
Commencing ut a post plantod on th. eaat
boundary and aboul nvo chaina Irom tho south-
.suit corner ot Lot 1184, thenc nurth 60 chsins,
thenco oast 30 .li-ut; ���. thone. .outh 60 chains,
thance west 30 chaina to point ol commencement.
Dated Jun. 24, 1011. IIENJAMIN A. FISH
Pub. July !5. Fred E. Cowell, Agenl
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
ruriL or wu. roxoN. 1 su.. a.k.a..u..*ij*n., knu
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Third Avenue also Water Street,
PRINCE RUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS  *.   SADDLERY  MANUFACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and 11th Sla
keen* Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Coast Rang. Ii
Tftka   nolle,   that   Stanley   tiroon   ol   Princ.
Rui*ert, II. C, occupation miner, intenda to apply '
tor permlasion to purchaae tho [ollowing dnwrll*a>d   ,-      -    ^ ���  . .
Commencini at a poat planted 40 chains aouth '
and 40 chains west ot the northwest comer ul
Lot 1733, UkeiM Valley, lli.trict. ot Coast Rang*
o, thence weat 40 chains, Ihene. .oulh 80 chains,
thance eaat 40 chains, thenco north 80 chaina to
point ol commencement.
Staked Juno .mill, 1011 STANLEY C.REES
Pub. July 1... Locator
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Second Ave.
gp.S.8.S.3.S.8:3
1 Why Send
Your
Orders to
The
Far East?
Sktvin Lml DlalriCt-DiatriclofCi.tiir
Tako notice that I, Thomas Carter, of t'rinc*
Rupert, occupation carpenter,  intend lo apply ���
for permiaaion lu purchase ihe followtnR >i*   ��� ��� ���������   ,
. ��d land.
..:.JW:.?}:?lW:.li:ra Commmrlnic at a post planted aUml on��- mile |
*^iaj;;;;ttrt#:wU��yiWaUXWU5UUJaW�� 1 a<mth fn..n thr mouth of Falls cm* and about
"] * I5i*i fi-4't back fr-'in tho Iieach, thence tt> chatna
north, th-rnce <M chaina weat. thence Hd chains I
aoulh, thenre eaal 40 chaina to point of commence- >
ment, conuinimr 320 acrea more or less.
THOMAS CARTER,
j Dated July 7lh. 1911.    Charles Webster Calhoun,
j | Pub. An.     th Affent.
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL URUGCIST
Phone No. 200 P. O. Box 530
PRINCE RUPERT. B.C.
���w.w*
PIANOFORTE LESSONS
For Beginners and Advanced Pupils
Miss Vera Greenwood
Pupil of Frant Wllck. Pari, and lt**r Im.
When you might have them filled in
one quarter of the time, from the big
"BIRKS" store in Vancouver. Since
our affiliation with the "RYR1E' firm
of Toronto, the Dominion can give
no finer choice or quality than you
will find right at home, in your own
British Columbian metropolis. Our
Cut Glass stock offers a splendid op|*or-
tunity to secure fall wedding presents.
See bur catalogue, or write for suggestions
and advice along these lines. Send for
our free booklet "How lo Set the Table."
Room 28.  Alder Block Upstairs
SkMna Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol I'naat Hang. V
Tak*   nollco  that   I,   Paul   Hum   ol   Princ*
Ely lor p*rx
��''
Rupart. l-.i-.-r.:. intend to apt
to purchaae the following de-M-rilac) landa
C<
pirni laaion
.ommenclng .t . post planted on ihe north
bank ol Williams Creek about M chaina southeast from 11. 11 , thenc. south 40 ctualns, thenc*
east 40 chaiiu, thsnea north 40 chains, thenc.
waat 40 chsins to poinl ol commeocment.
Ii.l.-l July 7, 1011. PAIL HAtiEN
Pub. July ti. Fred E. .'..��nl. Agent
Skeena Und District-District of Coast Han*. .'.
Tak. nouc that Percy M. Miller of Princ. Ru>
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
Jewellers and Silversmiths
VANCOt'VER . . BRITISH COLUMBIA
h
.88:S.8:$8:3.B:2i&��^^
===E.   EBY   Ot   Co.===
RFAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Ssle
KIT8UMKALUM ��� U.t".
S. O. E. B. S.
Th* Prince Rup.it 1..Ik*-. No. .118. Bona of
pert. It.C. occupation Civil Engineer. Intenda to Enirlan-I. meela the first and third Tuesday. In
apply for permiaaion to purchase the followinK *ach month In the Sona of EngUnd Hall. 2nd Av*.
.loerlbcil lands: al s p.m.
Commencing at a im.bI planled on the left bank *.-   y  ,., ,,.,.   ��^
of McNeil River at norlh west corner of lol 44011, "   .,' X  .u"%RL_ -
R.V. Ihence e..tan chain.more or I*,..to west-   ERNEST A. WlKJDS Pr��ldent  Ilo, a "
erl>* lamndary nf timl-er limit M., (ohl number * ������
40616) thence northerly following aald westerly ' ������
boundary of llml*er limit IK. ch.ln. more or \*m* |
! to north west corner of ..Id Umber Intnl. thenre
weaterly tl ch.ln. more or less to left Kink <>f
McNeil River, th.-tu** southerly followintf aald
tefl Iwnk of McNeil River tal rhaina mure or le..
to point of commencement, containing 1... acre,
more or less.
PERCY M. Mil I I ll.
K. F1eam.n. Aa*cnt
Mate Jun. 10. loll
Pub. July 10.1011
MISS ELSIE FROUD
A.L.C.M.
Teacher of Piano, Violin and
Voicp Culture.
2nd Ave,
Between Tth & Hth SU.
Prince Rupert
laalin!
l.nd.
Second Ave.
Limited.
Princa Rupert, B.C.
INSERT YOUR LAND PURCHASE
NOTICES IN THE
NEWS
FOR SMOKERS ONLY
The Gtrntp.ii  Emperor molns
ci|j,;'.rs i-iil d��arcU mil of ilnors,
I.ii. wliui' in the privacy of his
study In- puffs ;*, n small wooden
pipe of tlu- i*.������><��� favored by the
nvcrage smoker, srd ostii'K -.l-oiii
no cents.
The Kii.K of Spain keeps stricilj
.�� the cigaret. This is rolled in
paper ungummed ar.d requires vt*r>-
i-:-refill siiiokii'n to keep \\ hole.
Alfonso's cigaret is about .is
peculiar ai the cigar which the
Emperor Frsncis Joseph of Austria, used to smoke. The latter
gnu fitted with .������ straw tube, ;-n<l
had to be held in a candle flame
for   a   minute   or   tWO   before   it
could be tiii'.de,!) draw.
The Czar of  Russia ar.d   King
George favor the pipe when in
private( but their smoking im-
pleme.'.s are  of  Iia lie  value.     A
smill pipe of the "bulldog" type
is affected by both of them, and
the tobacco they consume is of
the common. Inexpensive kind.
Thomas Alva Kdison probably
holds the record for the number
of cigars smoked daily by one
man, for he had confessed that,
while 10 ri^.-rs ire his rorninl
allowance,   he   eorsunies   double
that number when da ply absorbed
in work.
King Edward liked cigars, ag
lareis and a pipe
Skei'iin Land Dislrict
District of Cosst, Usage r>.
Take nutice Ihst Wm. Francis Nichul-
days, his Majcst) smoked dgarets
and nothing else.   Once when ihelffL^1!!*^^?^;^
Ki.'K Was miles oul on the \'.'ik.*.
locomotive lininiin, inlcnil to apply for
permission  to purchase the   followinK
iir.r  -.nl liis .niiiiiirioi ia f,,ll,..w rl   a',oai ***** ml,v* **P "' "*****��� in B **f*lt*V'
it-.M,.'!.! Ills, ol11p.llu.ls loll.,��\( ll (|ljriir(i()ll   trm .|H. jlini.,j(1|1 ���f ������,
is example.    "A match, please,     little Kim-o-Ki>t-itx river and the main
prairie, tlurii-g his American and
Canadian tn-.vels, he produced ;
dgi
hi
siiil his Royal Hlgnhi ss.
A match! There was bu, on.l
match between ihe whole party.
The position was tragic, for the
wind was tearing over the prairie.
In order to decide who should
attempt to keep the solitary match j Date(| Ju|y ^Xm.
alight in the wind lots were tln.wn
with   blades  of  grass.     The  dire
responsibility fell upon the King.,
He lay on the ground, and his
companions  gathered   round   him
with outstretched coats as shelter. 1
The match wns lighted, so were
all the cigars. Never before or
since has Ihe King fell so nervous i
as when he struck that match in j
die vast American prairie miles |
away from ai y iown or village
tlesrriU-.l lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
nortii bank t.f the Zimo-got-ity. rivrr.
Zim-o-g��l*il7. river, and markeil Wm.
Francis Nicholson's south-east corner,
thenc north 40 chains, thenre west 40
chains, thence south 40 chains more or
less to shore line of river, thence east
40 chains more or less along shore line
of river (o post of commencement, containing Hill acres more or less.
Wm. Francis Nicholson.
(i.��. R. i'utman, agent.
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director and   Embalmer
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OPEN DAY ANI) Mi.IIT
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UNDERTAKER*! am. EMIIAI.MER.S
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.Ird Ave. near <ith St. Phon. No. Stf
A few months ago The News
solemnly read Mr. Monk, the
Conservative leader in yuel.ee,
0U1 Oi lhe party because he persisted in consorting with Hourassa.
Now in  the hope thai  they mi y
shake Liurier'sstrength in Quebec
The News is eager io gel all the
help   thai   Monk,   Bourassa,  ant!
.Ithe whole anli-Hrilish crew behind
In his young I them can give.���Toronto Globe.
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RATES 50 CENTS AND UP
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Spring Beds, clean While Sheets 25c
Rooms 50c
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Knri.|,eai, .ml American plan, steam
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Ji ������' i �������� - i. ��� :
Pel*.   HU. V
Notice to Creditors
mfftemem,*.-^..-*^..-
BOYS!
Two Five Hollar bills to
be given away to bright
boys. Boa Mr. Munroe St
the News Office.
. ,.-��������.> a%e****ai**s***'
* I Take Notice that all creditors of H. H.
J j Morton  are  required  to send In their
j i claims  properly proved  In  accordance
' 1 with the  Creditors'  Trust Deeds Act,
to Williams &  Manson,  solicitors  for
the Assignee, on or before the 2\st dsy
of September, 1911,  after which dste
the assignee will proceed   to distribute
the estate among the creditors.
D. G. STUART, Assignee. THE DAILY NEWS
��� Letters to the Editor
A CONSERVATIVE OPINION ON MR. CLEMENTS OF
VANCOUVER
Mr. Editor,���1 am a settler living on Porcher Island, and have
been a Conservative all my life so 1 came over to hear our party's
candidate discuss ilu* issues of the day, but I am very disappointed
in tIn* choice ..ur pany made.
1 can't see why we should go to Vancouver for a. candidate antl
then pick out a. third rate "iu- at that. Surely we had plenty of better
material righl here In Rupert. I Intend to vote at this election for
tin* people's candidate, Mr. Ros*-, and 1 would advise all my Conservative friends and those win. do not own allegiance to any party
to do likewise. This talk ol annexation is all nonsense and is Minpl\
raised to try and effeci ihe great issue "reciprocity" which to m\
mind is just what we warn, anil ii has been the policy of the Conservative
leaders in Can.'.la from time immemorial.
Al-n 1 am convinced ihat a vote for Clements is a vote for Van*
ouver. Prince Kupert is last becoming a rival of Vancouver therefore
we want to Bend a member to Ottawa who will work for this city and
di-atni*. aid le, Vancouver look after itself. Elect Clements and
you at once give Vancouver two members while the city is practically
unrepresented.
Reverse ihe conditions anil s; y that one of the great political
parties had nominated a Prince Rupert citizen to run for Vancouver's constituency aril what would lhe electors of Vancouver say
mil do? Why they would consider the party guilty of such condud
crazy and op Election Day would sr.ow the candidate under, no matter
what party he belonged i��>.
The slogan of this election should be "A Vote for Clements i*. t
Vote lor Vancouver."
Yours.
"SETTLER"
FRIENDLY   ROAST
Cutler lhe caption of "The
Flight of the Storks," the Fernie
Free Press has the following rollicking description of Mr. and
Mr*-. Stork's trip through Europe:
Fred Stork, lirsi Mayor of Fer-
nir antl tirst Mayor of Prince
Rupert, accompanied by Mrs.
Stork, .-topped over at Fernie on.
Tuesday on their return from a.
tour of Europe.
Frul gays th.'-, he saw nothing
iu England that would tempt him
to assume a peerage and live
there,  although   London   had   a
slight    etlge   on    Rupe   in    some
irilling respects.    He was right at
home in  '.lie London fogs and he
gave   the   Lord   Mayor   a   few
pointers on wooden sidewalks.  He
w.'-   disappointed   in   not    being
permitted  to  go  bathing on  the
Strand.    In the British Museum
he   found   an   ancieiil   doceiiiunl
anai  had  puzzled  the archivists
for many years.   It was supposed
t.< In* a -ketch made by some
Canadian Mound builders.   Fred
waa able ... identify it as the lost
plan- ..f Fernie Armoury.
Mr. Si..rk i- authoirty for the
statement thai inside realty in
London i- not a good .- vestmew
for ilu* man with limited finances
and would suggest Prince Ruperl
a- an alternative*.
Near Amsterdam In* -. w the
Am- * rdam-iic where the Dutch
pur;...-,* to drain ihe Zuydcr Zee
and in Switzerland In* called on
Mr. Robinson, <*f the Swiss Fem-
the Rhine he kept a sharp lookout
for lhe German peril, but it kepi
Strictoy to the tall timbers. A
Frenchman tried to sell Fred a
Reubens, but the vendor was
immediitelyinformed ihat Reubens
were "sold" every day in ihis
country and ilia. Rubes were a
drug   on   lhe  market.     Iu   Runic
he visited ilu- big manufacturing
plain where Roman cai tiles are
ni.ule, and he had a drink at
Waterloo.
Taking it all in all ihe trip was
most enjoyable and Mr. and Mrs.
Siork return to British Columbia
feeling that they have "done"
Europe even if Europe has done
them to come extent.
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The News announces
that it has purchased
the serial rights for Northern B. C. of Clive Phil-
lipps Wolley's great story of ranch life in the
Canadian West, "A Tenderfoot's Wooing," one
of the most virile stories
of love and adventure
ever written.
To please our readers
we will print from one
to two columns of the
story each day in small
type. You will like
this story. It will start
on Monday.
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Phone 150
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Marine
Accident
Hutc Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractors' anil Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared While You Wait.
THE
Mack Realty & Insurance
COMPANY.
P.S.-Huutea and Rental*.
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Money to Loan
3
Minify to Loan on Princ* I'ui-.'rt K'-n' Estate.
Atrreeiiients of sale bought     P.O. I*"** '-'-������'���
IMM.
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Help Wanted
1
Wanted ireneral eervant.   Apply to Mr*. L. W.
1'ntinor*. Jiu-tf
Boy wanted at one to learn thi* printing trade.
Aui'ly N.wa Dili.-.*.
Bov Wanted-Apply al 0rm,*�� Druir Store. 198-tf
Af, **>>**...***..*��,,aa.,.^., an �����.��
*p**a**a****a .��� 'a ..
For Rent
JL
Look for the 3 Bars
"A Guarantee of Vslne Received"
We Want Listings
of property in all sections. No
matter where located we can
Bell it if the price is right :   :
Furni,tied house, cor. Sixth Avenue antl Younir
St. Modern In every r.--i.. i Phone si or call
Pattullo A Radford. li-v-tf
FOR SALE
Two lots, Block 2*1, Section 5, corner
with two fronts, Seventh avenue and
Lotbiniere street. Price $2600. $1000
cash.
One lot, Block 22, Section 5, Seventh
avenue.   Price $S00.   $400 cash.
One lot, Block 20, Section 5. Sixth avenue. Price $1365. $800 cash. Fine
view lot.
One lot, Block 27, Section 7, Eighth
avenue.   Price $287.   $250 cash.
Two lots, Block 12, Section 7, Ambrose
avenue.   Price $1000 each.   $800 cash.
Two lots, Block 49, Section Seven,
Ninth avenue. Price $750 pair, one-
half cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
Two lou,  Block  3,  Section 8,  Tenth
avenue.   Price $700 pair.   $200 cash.
HOUSES FOR SALE
Two story house, 7 rooms, 4 rooms upstairs, 3 rooms downstairs, painted,
kalsomined, newly finished, line view-
on Ambrose avenue. Price $2625.
$1000 cash.
Five room house, water, plastered, papered, large basement, on Ninth avenue.   Price $1800.   $1000 cash.
FOR RENT
Four room house, comfortably furnished,
hot and cold water, bath and telephone.
Hays Cove Circle
Five room house, water, papered, plastered, large basement, Ninth avenue.
Price $22.50 per month.
FOR REN r
Stores on Second avenue.
FOR   LEASE
75 x 100 feet on Third avenue. Good
lease.
FOR SALE
Five and ten-acre tracts for garden
trucking at Kitsumkalum, only $65
per acre.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
Furnished rooma with bath,
the week.   Talbot House.
Si..vial rates by
166-lf
Neatly Furnished rooms. a-t'iillemen preferred.���
Apply Mr*. Mullin, ov.r .Majestic Theatre,     tf
Nice Furnished Rooms, Mrs.
Block; Third Ave.
Greenwood, Alder
178-If
For Rent-Son. of England Hall, 2nd Ave., for
Dances. Fraternal Societies. Socials, etc. Apply
Frank A  Kills. Box 869 nr phon. 68. 18ll-tf
r
For Sale
1
For Sale-Lot 5. block 27.
P.O. Box IDS
ctlon 8. fx'.i    Apply
KMN
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
Mr. Non-Resident
Write us reRardiiiR the present value of your Prince Ruperl    W. will   '
be pleased to keep you posted as to conditions here. ]
O. M. HELGERSON. LTD.
REAL ESTATE AND RENTALS Officei: Helgerson lilock
"���***A��>**V/<V**s,
MUSSALLEM & COMPANY
.Good   Fresh   Groceries  at   City Prices	
PltONK 301
P.O. BOX 804
PONY EXPRESS
���YSTEHATIC MERCHANTS'  DELIVERY SERVICE
Basirase. Storage and Forwarding AgenU.   For
Hlga or Motor Car day or night
Seventh Ave. and Fulton Phone 301
We have just received a fresh shipment
of RAMSAYVS BISCUITS and Candies.
Our groceries sre all Al goods and fresh
For quick sale, lot 33, hi.. 27. section 5, facing
two streets. Pn.*.. ��:.��������� Terms I'M caah.
Balance one year. Address Immediately Box
I    Dally Newa. 2DO.206
Fur Sale Chicken Ranch. :'Storey house, household goods. Near Prln.-e Rupert. A anap if
taken at once.   Aildre-   Box 368. tf
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Insurance
****yt*tt?**tm**4%
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OUR Companies mn nut. : fur prompt and juat
settlement*. We write ev��ry known claaa of
Inaurance. The Mack It- .ill. and Inaurance Co.
Wanted
m*****aaW**m !>**' >*Tf
���**y**mw**mmy*r^t*m
Wanti-d-Cheap lota in an-tion 7 and 8.   If price
la rlitht will pay caah.   P.O. Box 106.    206-111
Wanted.-Cleaning and i>reailnff. dreaamaking,
plain tewing, children a sowing, repairing and al*
to rat Ion a���Me nt* and ladies' garraenta. Canadian
Cleaning �� Preating aho|   320 Third Avenue,    tf
ily Robinson.   While enmirg down ooooooooooooo
JOOOOOOlXJOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Ross & Reciprocity
Public Meeting
Empress Theatre, Tuesday, September 12
at 8 o'clock
SEATS RESERVED FOR LADIES
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The Graham Island Oil Fields, Limited
i
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CAPITAL STOCK $1,000,000
We are offering for sale a very limited
amount of shares of stock at 26c per share;
par value $1.01). These shares are going
quickly nn.l will soon be otT the market     :   :
THE MACK REALTY & INSURANCE COMPANY
SELLING AGENTS
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Royal Bank of Canada
11p.ai> OlTlCBl MONTREAL.   '
Capital, $6,200,000
Surplus, $7,200,000
Total Asaeta, $100,000,000
KsTAlii.isiiM. 1869.
Brunt,.. n,8aVi,nK" Ua"k ���K'I""'tn-��-*.t  $1 will open an iccount.
Branch*, throughout Ca���a,l. a,,,, tojWng Connection, with all part, of th.
United States.
Agent, throughout th* world.
H. I*. WILSON, Manager. Prince Rupert Branch.
McCaffery & Gibbons
Real Estate Offerings:
Lot 26, Block 16, Section 1, for $2200.
This lot was purchased al thc salo two
years ago for $1750 and is a bargain
st $2200.
Lot 30, Block 16, Section 1, (or $2000.
A good lot on First avenue for $2300.
House   and   lot  in  Section   S.     Good
neighborhood, line view can be bought
for $1250 on any terms purchaser may
offer.
Double corner in Section 5. for $1500 on
easy terms.
Two lots on Fifth avenue. Section 6, for
$950 each.
Good lot on Sixth avenue, Section 6, for
$325 cash.
Fine double corner in Section li. for $1675.
Sisty feet on Third avenue, Section 7,
for $1200.
Lot on Ninth avenue, Section 7, for $315.
Level double corner in Section 8, for $50
cash, balance monthly.
Lots in all parts of Section 8, for $50
cash, balance in small monthly payments.
FOR RENT
Flat in Washington Block.
Furnished  house  in  Section  5  for  $36
per month.
Three room housr for $16.00 per month.
Four room house and bath, Fifth avenue,
$30 per month.
Seven room house with bnth, Sectii n 7,
for $35 per month.
Store on Third avenue.
���INSURANCE���
McCaffery & Gibbons
THIRD    AVENUE
+ a-aw-
Apartments
1
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Comfortable furnlahed apartments for lady ���
gentleman roontera at moderate terma. In
tingle apartmenta or convenient auitet for
houtekeeplng. Splendidly furnlahed with all
modern convenience*, hot and cold water, etc.
Apply Mra. J. J. Rootjea. the Bulkley Block.
Sixth Ave. and FuU��n.   Phone 179. tf
Grand Wind-Up
SALE
To   Resident, of Sections S, 6,  7 and   8���Wa deliver promptly,
our goods are fresh, at prices not to be beaten in the city   *. i
Mghg   228 nuck MUSSALLEM & CO. n^muj^
The Canadian General Electric Co., Limited
| HEAD OFFICE:   TORONTO FACTORIES:   PETERBOROUGH. OUT
MANUFACTURERS OF EVERYTHING  ELECTRICAL
The Canada Foundry Co., Limited   -    Toronto, Ont.
High Cl.iss
Furniture
In a- Tin- Brin Co., Assigned, on
Saturday E'vg, 8 p.m.
AIR COMPRESSORS
BQILBB8
BCCVRUS   STEAM   SHOV-
ELS
BOILER  FEED  PUMPS
CAST   PIPE
COCHRANE FEED WATER
HEATERS
CONCRETE  MIXERS
DREDGES
GAS AND GASOLINE EN-
OINES
GAS  PRODUCERS
HOISTS
LOCOMOTIVES
MATHER & PLATT TURBINE   PUMPS
NOTICE   OF   ASSIGNMENT
TAKE NOTICE thai Aluandrr 1. Prudhomtn*
and Alma Victoria Flahsr, ol til* City ol ITtnc.
Kup*rt, In th* Provlnc. ol BrltUh Columlil..
I otclke. |.. r-. did on th* 29th day ol AuguM, 1911.
m.k* sn -u.ignm.nl (or lh. benefit ol th.tr rr.aln.ir.
to Allred John Morris, ol th. City ol Prince Ru-
n.rt .foresaiil. merchant
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE lhat a
mealing ol Ih. creditor. .1 th. Mild Alcxand*r
Jamaa Prudhomm* and Alma Victoria Fisher,
(or th. |i'irj>'-><- ol giving direction, with relercnce
lo th* diati-osal ol th* . -isl.. will I-- h.ld at th.
office ol \\illi.ms A Manson, Solicitors, ll.lgrrson
lilock, Princ* Rupert, B. C, on Mond.y, tb.
11th day ol September. 1911. al Ih. hour ol *l*v.n
o'clock In th* (orenoon.
AND TAKE NOTICE lhat all creditor, ol
th. uld Alexander J. Prudhomm. and Alma
Victoria Flah.r are reoulred to lot-ward thro*
claims, duly proved, to tne Assign*,, on or belore
the 2ND-, d.y .-! September, 1911
ALFRED JOHN  MORRIS,
Jul  .*..-.
Assignee
NOTICE
In lh* County Court ol Atlin Holden at Princ.
Hupert In the M.tter ol the iMinal Administrator's Act"
and
In the Mailer ol the Eslat. ol Dunn P. Latkovlch
ileoesacd,  Intratsl*
TAKE NOTICE th.t by i.r.l.-r ol Hi. Honor,
Judge Young, made the .list day ol August. 1911,
I was appointed Administrator ol the Eatat. ot
the said Duran P. Latkovlch deceased, and alt
liartie* having claims against the aald Katat. are
hereby rciuired lo forward same properly verified
to me on or belore the SOth day of September,
1911, and all th. partial Indebted to lb* uld
Eilate are required to p.y th. amount ol their
Indebtedness to me forthwith.
DATED th. Mh d.y ol September. 1911.
JOHN H. McMULI.IN.
Official Administrator.
WATER NOTICE
Individuals Owning Real Estate
in Prince Rupert, B.C , may finil a
ready purchaser, if the price is reasonable by addressing
P.O. LOCK BOX 43
East Liverpool
Columbians County    -     Ohio, U.S.A.
SUFFER1NC INSTANTLY RELItVED
A ssra ani. srEK.iv cxnr.
It your dealer doe. nut keep them we will mat
you a box 'IS powders, on rereipt of Z.'i cent.
I.. J. M A ril.FI I Co..Props.. Sherbrookf. P.Q
[NERVlNEiPOWDE*^
���   ifriimt*mmim*g*.\
���*l���a, m Oa*. *iaMa* * C-* M I
C^^.^fi^d^.'^-j*.
,s*iws���"w����*sa��s��7f'      ���   v^i
J S *~ ��� *s*m*m\   Tf   *, T*���  ������**** 1
i����=5
I, S. Harmon of Prince Ruoert, H C, broker*
Kive notice that on the tiftwnth day of November
1911. 1 Intern) to apply to the Water Commiaaioner
at hia office in Prince Rupert. B. C, for a licence
to take and n���**������*- three cubic feel of water per aecond
fmm McNeil Hiver in Skeena Diatrict. The water
ia to be taken from the ttream about four milea
above the unction with the Skeena River and
ia to be used on l*ut 4406 for domeatic and agri-
cultural purpoaee.
SAMIKI.  HARRISON
Sept. 9.
WATER NOTICE
I, S. Harmon of Prince Runert. B. C, broker
(rive notice that on the fifteenth day of November
1911. I Intend to apply to the Water Commiaaioner
at hia office In Prince Rupert, B. C-, for a licence
to take and uae two rubic feet ot water per aecond
from the Went Fork uf McNeil River In Skeena
District. The water la to be taken from the atream
about one mile from Ita unction with NcMeil
River and ia to be used on Lot 4405 for domeatlc
and aftricultural purpoaee.
\MIM.  HARRISON
Sept. 9.
Poles Wanted.
Tender, witl be received by th. undersigned up
tn '��� p.m.. September IHth, for the supply and de-
i livery in Cow Bay of 200 CEDAR POLES.   8pecl-
| flcationa may be seen at Telephone olllce. Third
j Avenue.
{    Tender mult   be accompanied   by  a certified
cheaiue. or caah for 2 per cent of lhe total amount
nf the tender, and mu.t lie on form to be obt.lned
fn.ni the City clerk.
The lowest or any tender  not neceaaarlly ac-
' cepte.1.
F.IINF.ST A   WOODS,
i aiM City Clerk.
For row boats and launches
telephone 320 green. Davis'
I Boat House.
Mr.   F.   A.   Kllis  will   sell   by
public auction absolutely without
reserve, the balance <>f high class
stock comprising Carpi-is, by tlu-
yard or in the square, Writing
Tables. Hallstaiuls, Wardrobes,
Dressers, Washstands, Clocks,
Glassware, Lace Curtains, Mahogany Chiffonier, Oflice I)t>ks,
etc., etc., etc.
Remember!    Everything Must
Go
This Is Last  Chance
Sale  takes  place   Third   Avenue,
just past Seventh Street
C. B. Lockhart,     Assignee
PRINCE RUPERT BRANCH R~�� *M''""" **
GRAHAM KEARNEY, AGENT
MOTOR DRIVES TRIPLEX
PUPMS
ORNAMENTAL IRON
WORK
PILE  DRIVERS
ROCK  CRl'SHERS
STRUCTURAL STKKI.
UNDERWRITER STEAM
PUMPS
Phoa. MS
The Continental Trust Co., Ltd.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $500,000
OFFICERS:
WM. T. KERGIN. M.D.. President DAVID H. HAYS. Isl Vice-Pies.
M. J. HOBIN. 2nd VicePres. and Manager
JAY KUGLER. Secrelary-Treasurer C. B. PETERSON, AuXManogei
Executor and Administrator Recet*er or Assignee Farm Lands and Minis
Real Estate and Insurance      Agent For Care of Real Estate      Escrow Agenl,
Fiscal Agents Trustee* Registrar and Transfer Agent
Trustee Under Mortgage and Deeds of Trust
Safe Deposit Vault and Bore. Collect!***
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. 4 per cent, on Deposits
We will b. |.l.*..cd to an.wer any Inqalrles renrdlnit investments In Princ. Rupert
.nd Northern British Columbia.
The  Continental  Trust  Company,,   Limited,  �����������������*��
raiKca ai-rtst. M
The Big Furniture Store
HART BLOCK
Main entrance 2nd Ave.; 6th St.
entrance, last door in block
Bigger and Better
than Ever
r. W. HART
FEED STORE
We carry everything in the feed line, also garden aeeda at the lowest market price*, at Collart'a
otg Fted Store, Market Place
PONY EXPRESS
Prompt Delivery
Phones 41 or 301
1836 1911
The Bank of
British North America
71 Tear, la Snln.M.
Capital  aad  Raaanra O.er $7,300,000
Business Men's Banking
Money advanced to finance your
business.
Local and foreign Drafts bought
and sold.
Notes discounted. Collections
promptly made.
Letters of Credit, Money Orders
and Telegraph Transfers issued,
payable in all the leading Cities
of the world.
Prince Hupert Braaeh���
S. s. LONG, Mi
FOR SALE
A First Class Restaurant & Rooming House
Fully equipped and ready for business���A low price
for a quick sale.    Apply
Canadian Loan & Trust Company
3rd Avenue   Mclntyre Block
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY LINE
SEPTEMBER
THE IDEAL MONTH
FOR A  TRIP   EAST
THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY'S
Oriental Limited
OFFERS THE BE.ST SERVICE
Low Westbound Rates
Steamship    tickets   to   the   Old
Country by all  Atlantic  Lines.
Roger's Steamship Agency
2nd Ave.    Head of Centre St.   Phon.llt.
COAL NOTICE
, l llS>Ma��
! MM
��� M CbWf
��� a lit****
s on sm
It* li**
-. lie, es*
.:| xhes*
r-.. IMSfl
t., point ���
i.ocstot
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skeen. Land DUtrict -District ol Coaal Ran(e 6
Take notice lhat I, Thomas McClymont nl
I'rlnce Kupert, B. C, nccupation real estate
broker. Intend to apply lor itermlaaion to purchase
the following de-scribed land.:
C.ommenelnj at a psot plsnted a. tbe S. W'
corner ol pre-emption record 112. thence east RO
chains, thence south 10 chslns, tl?nce we.t )0
chaina lo shore nf lake, Ihence following shore
of lake In a northerly direction lo point of com-
mencemen.: containing .120 acre*, more nr lees.
Dated Sept./i, 1911. THOMAS Mrl'IAMlINT
Pub. Sept. ��. Kreneal Cole, Agent
Skaena Und Dlitrlet-Dlstrlet ul Qua*
lalanda
Tak. notica lhat Austin M. Hm*
Rupert,  saddler, Intends to sppl)
CommiMloner ol Unds snd Work-
in prospect lor coal, oil and pelr. ���
under lh. lollowln. describ*d land.
Coaat of Uraharn Island:
Commencing at . poat plantedII"
ol th. norlheiwt corn�� ol C. Ia- ft"-
���oulh  80 eh.lns,  th��nee we��t  80 ���"
north 80 eh.lns. th-mee ���*t 80 chain-
commencement. _ ,n,a\VV
AUSTIN M. BROWN
Ucated Slat July, 1911.
Pub. Aug. IT.
Skeen. Und Dtotrkt-Distrlct ol QSMS CM*"
l.l.n.l. ,
Tak. notlc that Aurtln M. Brn��'
Rupert, occupation aaddler. Inten'i'
to th. Chiel Commtaionw of Ur.il.
for . licence to pro.p*��t lor cosl, oil IM
on .nd uader th. following described U
Weat Coast of Graham Island:
Comnwndni at . port W**f*\,**
ol th. aoulheaat corner ol C. U ���>"* ,*
M ch.ina north, th.nea 80 chains e.
chains aouth. thonc. 80 ch^ns we.
commencement. ., n.i-ii
AUSTIN M. BRO '
Ucated Mat July, llll.
Pub. Aug  17
,1 rn��i��
" IBs
,i was
atroleua
i. or*
:* tb<*2
'irnee a
-...int ��
l.iicsl*
n.rlott
rf  MM
tba Cm
, bent*
- ..ii ��'!
ihe *'���*
Sk.��n. Und Dtotrlet-Dlrtrict of Qw
Island.
T.k. notica th.t Aurtln M. BW>
Rup��rt, Mddlm, InUnd. to JPI'V
CommUsionor ol Und. .nd Work-
to proapect lor coal, oil and pet'
unihr th. lollowlng described MSW
Coaat of Graham laland: ._.,���. tr'leJ ***
Commencing at a post plante.1    *      . ,r,nW
of the aoulh** t corner ol C. I* r**-     .,������ ��0
80chain.weat, thenc. 80 chain. <"���''"   00mt ol
ch.ina eul. thance 80 .h.ln. sooXXx >o r
commencement. .,   ,.0,,,i-a;  l.ocsl*.
AUSTIN M. BaOWW. '*��
Ucated :n si July, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17. i-hstlolt
Skeen. Und DUlrlet-Dlstriel ���>' I"*"'
WSSea      _     , ���, 1'rinrs
Tak. notice th.t Au*tln M H��-��n ". . ���
Rupert, occupation Middler, Inleml' "v',\, in
th. chief l*ommls.lon.r of Unds a .,(ltroleufli
a licenc to proepect for coal, oil ���������"������, on ths
on and under the lollowlng descrinen i.i
West Cosst ol Graham Island: ,���, ml .
1l*!glnnlni >t a port pl.nted ��h,*T,I,VThence M
the northeaat corner ol C. I* No. .��' hen��� to
chaina east,  thenc. 80 ch.ina toni-r- |���t ,f
rh.in. weat, Ihenc. 80 chain, north w r
commeneemwit. ..   ���,,,,.. \,   1/rfSts
AUSTIN M. BHt'1VN' ������
Localed August lit, llll.
Pub. Auf. 17.

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