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 THE WEATHER
Twenty-four houra ending5 a.m.,
Nov. 11
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Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
VOL. II, NO. 258
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Saturday, November 11, 1911.
Price Five Cents
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WILL BUILD A RAILWAY
INTO GROUNDHOG COUNTRY
News of Mr. R. Campbell Johnstone's Great Find of
Anthracite Coal Creates Interest in Vancouver
���Company to Build Railway from Naas
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, Nov. 11.���The announcement of thc discovery of
great anthracite coal fields so
immense that the output will only
Ik- governed by the demand, and
of a quality second to none on the
American Continent, has created
peal interest In thc find of Mr.
R. Campbell Johnstone, the mining engineer, who has returned
here after spending five months
exploring the headwaters of the
Skeena, the Stikine and thc Naas
rivers.
A company has beqn incor-
porated to secure a charter to
construct a railway from the coal
area to Naasago Gulf, at the
mouth of the Naas River. A start
will be made on surveying on the
line next spring.
Big Fire at Regina
Regina. Nov. 10.���Fire tonight
destroyed the buildings and contents of tlie Abell Engine Company.
The loss is $75,000.
Ladies' Home Journal Patterns.
���Wallace's. tf
0. P. It. "MAV"  IN.
Brisk  Scene  at  Wharf  Hound  One
P.M. Today.
The C. P. R. S.S. Princess May
��� .nue In from the north at about 1
p. m.,. landing amongst other pas-
Bengers the Sherman-Cleveland Comedy Company. Shortly after the
"May'' berthed, the O. T. P. train
pulled out with full cars for up river, and the wharf presented a brlak,
live appearance as train and atcani-
boat traffic converged. The ".May"
pulled out for the south at 2 p. in.
SKATING   IN   CITY.
Hoys  Arc  Cutting  Eights   Rear  the
Sash and Door Kitetory.
Hard froat for the past week haa
given a smooth sheet of Ire on the
large pond near Ihe s.-ish and Door
Factory, and the boys arc having thc
time of their Uvea there today. Certain enterprising and energetic laddies have awept and cleared a specially good portion of the pond, and
are proposing to levy a charge on
those who avail themselves of lt.
There's the makings of millionaires
In our Prince Rupert boys, all right.
DANGER   AVERTED.
Nubslantiiil    Hailing    Placed    Along
Second   Avenue  New   Sidewalk.
Since completion of tho flue new
seventeen-foot sidewalk on Second
Avenue opposite the Government
buildings a good many people have
remarked on the aerlouB risk to
passersby of a very bad fall over the
unprotected side of the walk towards
the Q. T. P. reserve, a distance down
of about ten or fifteen feet on to a
rough grade rock pile. Chief of
Police W. H. Vickers drew the attention of the city engineer to the
matter, and was Informed that proper protection was planned for this
point, but lumber supplies had run
short; hence the delay. The railing
Is now completed, and forms good
protection for grown-ups, but ll
might be improved, perhaps, by a
low railing to keep small children
from falling over.
PURCHASE KXCHANGK GRILL
Two  Members  of   the   Koyal   Hotel
Staff Take the Hestnuriuit Over.
Messrs. C. Embleton and J. Car-
michael of the Royal Hotel Staff
have purchased the Exchange Grill
and will open a first class restaurant
there ln about ten days. The club
rooms upstairs, It Is expected, will
be rented.
Mr. Carmlchael is an old-timer
In the city, having arrived here In
1908 from Victoria. At lhat time
the Exchange Grill was running In
a small tent on Rupert Road, with
George Mllner as cook and Frank
Bownesa proprietor.
WEATHER  REPORT.
bar.
wind
ldekn ��� Wind    BOiithcaBt;
30.96; temp., 30; Bea amootb.
Dead   Tree    Point���Snow;
southeast;  Bea smooth.
Estevan���Clear; wind northwest;
bar., 30.19; temp., 31.
Llghtwell���10.ir, p.m.���Canada
Marti 1,900 miles from Victoria, cast
bound.
Point Grey���Snow; wind aoutheaat; bar., 30.30; temp., 14; sea
smooth.
Cape I.aio���Bar., 30.35; temp.,
18; sea amootb.
WHO WILL BE OUR NEXT MAYOR?
There are Lots of "Possibilities" Spoken of, But so Far They are
Very Shy of Making any Definite Announcement
INTERVIEWS WITH LIKELY CONTESTANTS
Aid. Clayton Says He Has No Intention Unless the Public Invite Him���Aid.  Hilditch Wants to Know Who the Council Will be First���Statements Made by
Messrs. C. D. Newton, P.I. Palmer and Dr. W. S. Hall-Alderman
Newton is Still the Only Definite Candidate
WILL   SACK   CITY   COAI,.
trunk Kelly Im llclt'iiiiltii'il lo Make
Sure of His Conditions of Contract
This Time.
Hapllst Service.
"The Poverty and the Riches of
Jeaus" will be the subject of Rev.
Warren H. McLeod's sermon In Mclntyre Hall tomorrow evening at
7:30 o'clock. Regular morning service at 11 a.m.; Bible School and
Brotherhood Baraca Class at *.��V
p. m. Music conducted by Mr. John
E. Davey. Strangers and visitors always welcome. All services held In
Mclntyre Hall on Third Avenue, near
Sixth Street.
Owing to (he opposition of a certain section of lho Cily Council, the
Light Committee's recommendations
have been disregarded regarding the
purehaBc of a higher priced coal than
that supplied by the t'nlon Tranter
Co. and offered the city by tender
recently. The Union Transfer Co.
now gels the contract aa lowest bidder, but in order lhat there may be
no possible misunderstanding regarding spi-itie.iiii.iis or anything else.
Mr. Frank Kelly, manager of the
company, Intends lo have every Ion
of the coal delivered properly weighed and sacked, and for each ton will
get the clty'a due receipt at the plant.
There waa trouble over thc weight of
coal delivered by Mr. Kelly's firm
before, and he Is determined that
there shall be no more of It. Regarding the quality of thc coai. Mr. Kelly
clalma lo hnvc proof from figures
by members of the Light Committee
lhat 200 tons of hlB roal lasted the
plant three and a half months, when
300 tons of another firm's coal lasted the plant only two and a half
months. ,
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OPKKA COMPANY AHH1VKS
Sl.crmiiii.nevelmid C.impnn) I" Hack
Ki-om l<�� Northern T,,l'���(l-,,',,"
ToNlglU I" Kmpreis Theatre.
On board the Princess May today
wns lhc Sherman-Cleveland Opera
Company, which Is Just returning
from Us long tour of lhc Yukon roun-
try Mr. Cleveland, manager, expressed himself as being delighted
with the trip and experts to bring
the company up to Ihe country next
summer. The opening bill tonight
will be "A Stubborn Cinderella," a
lyric which gives the company ample
scope for lhe display of Us lalcnta.
On Monday night the opera will be
"The Time, Place and Girl." The
engagement is for one ****** TfcS
repertoire will Include several of the
latest musical comedies and the spe-
Olal scenery, together with thc elec
trlcal and costuming paraphernal a,
will make of each production a satisfying rendition.
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WILL MAKE CEMENT
British Capitate Establish
Big Plant on Vancouver Island.
(Canadian Press ncspatcli)
Victoria, Nov. 11.-A syndicate
of   British   capitalists   has   Con-
netcd arrangements to construct
KSB��nt on Vancouver
Island at Saanich Arm.
Warm gloves and mitts.���Wallace's.
Who is going lo be the next Mayor
of Prince Rupert? That Is the engrossing topic In club circles, and
wherever two or three citizens
gather together.
A large number of nnmes have
already been mentioned, all of whom
have a more or 1. ss claim on the
position, lip till today none of those
who have any outstanding claim on
the position have made any definite
announcement, with the exception of
'l.iinaii  S   Newton, who some
time ago announced thai he would
stand for office aa Mayor as a protest against the alleged ring rule of
Ills colleagues on Mayor Manson's
ticket.
I.OtS   of   Clllllllllllla'a.
Owing to the very sharply defined
divisions among the various classes
who compose the voting strength���
thc properly owners, the labor organisations, nnd the politlcnl clubs���
II Is quite possible that a plethora of
candidates will bo found on Domination  day.
Among those whose names have
been mentioned aro Alderman Doug-
Ins, W. H. Montgomery of thc Longshoremen's Union, Mr. P. I. Palmer,
cx-Alderman Frank Mobley, Mr. Cy
Peck, Mr. W. S. Benson, Alderman
John Hilditch, Alderman Clayton
Dr. W. 8. Hall, Mr. A. J. MorrlB, Mr
C. D. Newton nnd. ol course Aldermnn Newton.
Three Out Ot Town.
Of these, Mr. Frank Mobley, who
wns the defeated candidate last year
Is at present out of town, looking
after his private Interests in Atlin.
Mr. A. J. Morris is also out of the
question, us he Is away on ;i business
trip to New York, and will not return to the city until the elections
arc over. In any event, his duties
ns president of the Hoard of Trade
already make considerable Inroads on
his time. Mr. W. B. Benson Is also
out of town at present. He is considered by many lo be the "dark
inn-:-.-" of the liiisiiii- s men, his banking experience being urged as a special qualification for next year, when
the Council will have to undertake
the floating of a debenture Issue.
What  the  Men  Sny.
Wllh the exception ot Mr. W. H.
Montgomery, whom the News was
unable to locate, the following Indicate the feeling of the various gentlemen whose names have so far been
suggested for th? honor.
No  Intention.
C. D. Newton: "No, I have no
Intention of running this year for
any office whatever."
Long  Time  Yet.
P.   1.   Palmer:   "It's  a   long  tInio
between now and the election, and
I have nothing lo say on the matter
meantime."
No Intention���AsY'et.
Dr. Clnyton: "I have certainly had
the matter proposed to me, but have
never considered lt for an InBtant. I
have at present no Intention of running. As I understand it, the matter should come before a convention
of citizens, whose choice would be
the candidate put up. Apart from
such a proceeding, 1 would not consider it."
Hnd  Been Approached.
Dr. W. S. Hall: "Yes, I have certainly been approached by a certain
parly in this city In regard to the
forthcoming mayorallty contest, but
I have nothing to say for publication on the matter yet."
Among those whom lhc News was
unable to obtain a statement from
Ibis morning, but who have made a
statement during the past few days,
arc the following:
Only a Humor.
Cy Peck: "If they've got me down
for a mayoralty candidate, I haven't
heard ot it, and you can safely deny
li ns only a rumor. Someone'a got
to run, of course, but the only, def-
HAS LORD SH0LT0 DOUGLAS
ENDED LIFE BY SUICIDE?
New York Despatches Say so, but   the Marquis  of
Queensbury Declares That His Brother is in
West���Well Known Figure in Kootenay
(Canadian Press Despatch)
New York. Nov. 10.���It w.is announced late today that the -man
registered as Maurice S uart who
committed suicide on Monday at
the Hotel Astor, has been identified
as Lord Sholto Douglas, brother cf
thc Marquis of Quccnsbitry. Tlie
Marquis   of   Queensbury   who   is
in  Chicago   today  emphatically
denied that the man who committed suicide at the Astor Hotel
is his brother. He says he is in
thc far west, and had a letter from
him only two days ago.
NOTHING  IS  DONE
AllocT SIDEWALK
City Solicitor Has Railed to Make
Good His Hoii-l���Second Avenue
Is  More Blocked  Tliiin   l.vei*.
(Continued on page 6.)
LVDGERS ROYS LIFESTORY READS
LIKE A PAGE FROM SOME ROMANCE
Veteran French Canadian Who Died in Prince Rupert Yesterday Had Made Fortunes on
the Pack Trails of White Horse Pass���The Hardships of His Life in the Frozen
North Had Aged Him���Died When He Had Reached Life of Comfort
membcring lhe times when hc and i thongs, nnd paid him In golds and
his oxen were besieged by miners bills his own prices for the food-
why airipped the packs to the leather I stuffs,   $100   for  a   few   pounds   of
| flour,   $2ii  a dozen  for  eggs,   $100
==== -   for |, pound or so of sugar or salt,
"Better leave It (o me, and I will
sec that they clear the sidewalk.
This Westholme Lumber Co. seems
to think they own thc town," were
the valiant words uttered by the city
solicitor on Monday evening, when a
complaint came In that thc sidewalk
outside the new Westholme Theatre
was Impassably blocked with lumber
and building debris.
Nearly a week has passed, and still
nothing has been done. The business men in the theatre block point
to the larger accumulations of lumber and debris. Their businesses
are hindered. They regret that thc
make good his boaat.
city solicitor has been unable to
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THK OLD  HI I.lAlU.i:        ���
WAS   LATH  AOAIN
(inn..-.iiii Miiele a Special Trip to
Ocean KhIIn on Hor Way North-
Arrived nl 6:30 Today.
Vancouver, Nov. 10.���The Lord
Douglas referred lo in the New
York despatch refers to Lord
SholtO Douglas who (or sometime was a resident of the Kootenay
districts in B. C, and who early
last year was tried at Nelson
on a charge of having shot, and
wounded a man at Creston. Since
then he is believed to have left
the country. According to Seattle
despatches, Douglas was there at
tlie end of last mionth.
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners, Phone 4.
YISIT  TO  PALESTINE.
Interesting  Topic  to  Ho  Subject  of
Hev.   !���-.   W.   Kerr's   Address,
"A Visit to ihe Holy Land"���On
Sundny evening at 7:30 tho regular
Prcsbyterlnn services will be held In
lhe Empress Theatre. Thc pastor.
Rev. F. W. Kerr, will give an address  on  Die  Holy  Land.
During the early pari of last year,
...r. Kerr was one of a party of four
students taken by Prof. C. F. Dent
of Yale University on a tour through
Palestine. This will be tbe first address given by Mr. Kerr on this subject.
The morning service, at 11 o'clock,
is held In the church hall on Fourth
Avenue.
The club meets Wednesday evening, when three would-be candidates
for mayor will give characteristic
addresses. Everyone cordially Invited.
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TO HID FAREWELL
Tt)   ENSIGN   JOHNSTONE
A velcran of the old Yukon days,
the tough, hard times of the gold
rush lo the Klondike, as well as a
pioneer of earliest Prince Rupert,
l.iidgcr Roy, passed away yesterday
In Ihe linn ml Hospital. His was
one of the mosi interesting of lives,
full of Incident and romance, only
Uie romance was of lhc kind that la
only romantic to the onlooker. To
him it was real life, and real hard
at that.
An oiti Packer.
Ludger Roy was the first man to
organise a ny sort of systematic
means of conveying supplies over
the White and Chllroot Pnsscs Into
thc Klondike. Oxen, a pair of white
oxen. Imported at fabulous cost, but
earning fabulous revenge, were bis
means of transportation. Mnny antl
many a time they tolled over the
frozen ground, their own feed costing a fortune, but the supplies they
brought to thc hungry mining camp
bringing for their own more than a
fortune than even the most profitable
of gold mines. It was csllmatcd that
during thc time he was thus employed In packing goods over the
trail with hla oxen, Ludger Roy
earned upwards of $2.r.0,000. Investment In various profitable claims
Increased Roy's fortune.
Had  n   Free   Hand.
He used to gruhslakc prospectors,
and mnde a good deal this way. All
his gains vanshed, however, because
of bis freehanded way of lending
without security or even bond. Those
who could repay no doubt did so,
bui many failed to make good themselves and still owe the money. Roy
was seen more than once to hand
over Bum of from $1,000 to $2,500
absolutely on the face value of the
borrower.
Life   of   Hardship.
The white oxen which made him
his first money died on the trail, nnd
were themselves eaten, sny some reports. But Imbued with thc conviction that the gold ralno lay not In
thc ground but all along the trail
Roy   kept  on   the  enterprise.
Re-
A TALK TO
NEWS READERS
Your Favorite Paper is Again Enlarging
Jls Equipment
Reader* of the Daily Newi
will be intcreited to learn that
within a few days there will be
installed in the Daily Newi
Office thc most complete and
up-to-date linotype machine
in the whole Province. The
Newa has been waiting for
several months to secure one
of the first of the neweit types
of multiple typesetting machines and will have the honor
of having the firit of the new
multiple linotypei to enter
British Columbia ��� and of
course the only one in Prince
Rupert.
This will be in addition to
our present monotype lyitem
which will continue to be uied
In our job department.
The new machine will enable
the Daily Newi to give more
newi and later news, and enable the paper to be in the
hand* of our reader! earlier
than before.
The citizeni of Prince Rupert are assured that the
plant of the Daily News and
the Newi Job Department will
be kept up-to-date to cope
with the growth of the city.
J lhe persistent French-Canadian went
still further. He Invested Hi a
sieamer for thc Yukon River, and
long before the famouB Five Finger
Itaplds were blasted out, he tried to
shoot the falls with a laden ateamer. He failed. The frame and machinery of the vessel lie now under
the frozen Yukon. Roy escaped with
his life, but nothing daunted, he purchased another steamer. Once more
he made tha attempt to navigate the
rapids. Once more he failed, and
the bones of his second boat lie beside those of his first.
Earned a Quarter-Million
Competition now came in in the
packing business, and Roy, after taking the cream of the profits of the
early duys, pulled out of the business, not so very much the richer
owing to losses. He became fire
chief after a time at White Horse,
and was well known there for most
of the Interesting time at that city.
Hut It was with hardly any ready,
and a good many debts, that Ludger
Hoy reached Prince Rupert, in the
earliest days of all.
Life in Prlnco Unpen.
Ills first venture was The Dominion boarding house, which proved
profitable, and paved thc way for
tho Dominion picture show, which
proved more so. But Hoy was meanwhile paying off debts which, had
others pnyed him what they owed,
would never have been Incurred. Ho
did not make morc than a living out
ot thc plOturt show. Later he started up the Owl restaurant, and was
Just gottlng "oul of tho hole," as
the saying goes, when his death, accelerated by the privations of his
early struggles In the Yukon, took
place. Ho was only 62 years old,
though he looked far old.
A   Son   of   Quebec.
Those citizens who have been In I
the hatbit of Belting their watches|
by the time the Camosun blcw her
whistle on entering the harbor on
Friday nights, havo been much upset today. The whistle did not sound
until nearly  daybreak this morning.
The explanation Is that thc old
reliable had taken a load of machinery to the new pulp mill nt Ocean
Falls on thc way north.
She left for Stewart again shortly
licfiiiv  11 a. in., after discharging a
goodly cargo at  Prince Ruperl.
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WILL  CELEBRATE
f-ipi-1 -lul Service Will He Held at the
Salvnlioi, Army Citadel Tomorrow
and   .uiihIiij.
ST. ANDREWS NIGHT
Loral Sons of SI. Andrew Will Hold
ii Hull In llu- Mclntyre Hall on Iho
Eventful nighl.
The local St. Andrew's 8oclety
met last night to deride how best
to celebrate the birthday of Scat-
land's patron saint (November 30).
Il was finally decided to hold a
ball In Mclntyre Hall. A committee
wns appointed, consisting of Messrs
M. J. McNeill, D C. Stuart, T. Mc
Meckln, W. O. Dennis and S. I).
Macdonald. The committee will announce the programme later.
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in ilium; permits.
Thla being the last week-end of
Ensign and Mra. Johnstone's offl-
ccrshlp In lhe cily, everyone Is cordially Invited io alte*- * their final
aervlces, which will be conducted tonight and tomorrow at II a.m., S
p. m. and 8 p. m.
The regular service will be conducted on Monday evening, also, and
on Wednesday a farewell entertainment and acclat wlli be rendered.
Talent, conalstlng of Music by Mr.
Miller, Miss Froud and (iray'a
orchestra; vocal soloists, consisting
of Mr. Clapperton. Mr. Davey, Mr.
Russel, etc., and reciters as Mr. Dennis. Mrs. Hoy, Miss Ethel Gray, etc.,
Pi-sides two drills by some of the
B. O. L. will furnish the evening,
entertainment. Coffee, rake and
sandwiches will be served at the
dose of the programme. The ad-
mlaslon wilt be 50 rents for adults
and IS rents for children,
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"< Ll IB"  NOT "ASSfKTATION"
Hull) News Gave the Cre-dU for Kl��-
tlc Encounter lo lhe Wrong Party.
Association   Moots  Wodnoaday.
The Following Aro tbo Building Per-
mils That Have Boon Passed by
Buldlng  Inspector Thla  Week.
Hector Qucenevllle��� Lot 39, Blk.
15, Sec. I, Seventh Ave.;  cost $200.
John  Moore���Lol  Ii. Blk.  12, Sec.
7, Ambrose Ave.;   $600.
Lot 23,   Blk.   16,  Sec rmfwyp rmfw
J. Lome McLaren ��� Residence;
Lot 23, B'ock 16, Sec. 5, Borden
Street;   $1,400.
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Children's and misses' winter
coats.���Wallace's. if
Several members of the Conaerva-
the- Association have drawn Ihe
News' attention to the fart that undue honor was liven them In yesterday's report of the fistic argument
between Iwo well known local Conservatives. The honor was due to
the ConCscrvnllvc Club, not the Conservative   Association.
The members of lhe Conservallve
Association, which Is the recognized
Conservative body In Prince Itupert,
du nol officially recognize the Conservatives Club, though some leading
CoCnscrvatlves arc apparently members of both  groups.
In regretting the confusion Of
titles In yesterday's report, the Dally
News mentions thnt next Wednesday
will be held the meeting of the Conservative Association proper. It Is
understood that the Conservative
Club met last Wednesday wllh the
association's meeting In view, for
the purpose of nominating members
of   the   executive,   over   which   con-
taken him across Canada through
Winnipeg, whoro hc worked at various businesses, lo Vancouver, where
he wbb also In  several  enterprises,  slderable difference ot opinion exists
and bo to the Klondike, and thenco I between mcmiiers ot the bodlea.
as described.    Many friends and old-1                                 ��
Uidger Roy waa born in Durham, 1 timers of Prince Ruport and the Yn-1     Ladies'Home Journal Patterns���
Quebec, and his life's experience had Ikon will mourn his passing. lover 2000 of 'em. Wallace's.      tf THE DAILY NEWS
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Daily Edition.
Saturday, Nov. 11
OF INTEREST TO SECTION ONE LOT OWNERS.
Upon the pretext that it wanted to reserve them for "public purpoaes,"
the Government held back most of its Section One lots at the time ot the
sale. How real were its Intentions to favor the city with sites for public
buildings Is seen In the fact that lt recently asked $25,000 for a city hall
site, although at the present time It la holding 112 lots In Section One for
"public purposes."
Probably the real meaning of the withholding of the one hundred and
twelve lots in Section One Is due to the near approach of the fixing of the
Improvement bylaw assessments. The million or more that the local
Improvements will total up, are to be assessed to tbe various lot-owners ln
Section One very shortly. The lots owned by the Provincial Government
cannot be assessed, because they are owned by the Government. Every
lot-owner will therefore have to pay hla own share, and a proportionate
share for the 112 lots owned by tbe Government. After ibe lot8 are
assessed, the payments will be arbitrarily fixed for a term of fifty years.
The Government lots will be free from assessment taxes. The existing
lot-owners will have to pay it all. The Government will then be free to
sell its lots at a very high price, because ihey will not be subject to
improvement assessments, or it will be free to hold tbe lots free of taxation
in the hope of getting a still larger price.
The Provincial Government is using Its prerogative to hinder development and to enrich itself at the expense of the lot-owners in Section One.
A year ago the Premier visited Prince Rupert and promised that the Government lots in Section One should be put on tbe market, lu order that
tbe burden of taxation should be equalised over (he whole section. Possibly
it was one of the Premier's famous "diplomatic promises," and was actor
meant to be kept. Tbe fact ia tbat lt haa never been kept. In tbo meantime a conspiracy of silence is keeping the Section One lot-ownera In the
dark as to tbe true state of affairs.
"Jack Is his front name, I suppose,"!
wont on Pyne, breathing on the coppcf
disc In Ins hands to test lis clearness.
"We will introduce you, even at thlt
distance," said Constance, airily,
"Mr. I'yne -this is Lieutenant Join]
Percival Stanhope, only son of the lain
Sir Charles and Lady Margari t Stan.
hope, of Tiegarlhen Lodge, Penzance,
one of the best and dcarcat of felldvva
who ever lived."
"It must be nice to
yours. Miss llrand, if you
about the favored peraon In thai way,'1
said Pyne. rubbiug Industriously.
Enid, to whom the mere sight of tho
steamer had restored all her vitality,
giggled Joyously.
"You know, Mr. Pyne, we all lovq
Jack, aa lhe aong aaya. lt wbb a moro
accident that he did not accompany u*|
to the rock yesterday. Connie would
not let him come."
"Ah," said Pyne.
"I forbade him," explained Constance, "because he haa only throo
days' leave from hla ship, and I
thought he should give the first afternoon to his mother instead of playlnti
poodle for Enid."
"How dare you call Jack a poodle?"
was lhc indignant exclamation.
"Allow mc," drawled I'yne. "I'm
very glad you classified him."
Con6tance   auddenly   felt her neck
For the midday meal there would be
wo ounces of meat or baoon, one po*
.ato, and another half biscuit with
ibout a wlno-glasBful of water, For
luppor the allowance wns half a cup
)f cocoa and two ounces of bread,
ivhlch muBt be baked during the day.
Mot qulto starvation, ihis menu, but
.'ar from satisfying to strong man and
ivorn-out women.
The Falcon, knowing the uaeless-
less of attempting to oreep nearer to
:he Gulf Rock, had gone Off with hor
budget to startle two continents.
Stanhope's laat message was one of
uiuranoe. He would do all that lay
n man's power. The lighthouse soon
quletod down to a state Of passive reaction. Pyne, refusing to be served
earlier, carried his own and Brand's
scanty meal on a tray to the service-
room.
The unwearied lighthouse-keeper
MM on the balcony, answering a kind-,
ly signal from the Land's r.ud, where
lhe coast-guards were not yet In possession of the newa frum Penzance.
He placed  the tray on  ihe writing-
cioae enough' to the rock at low tide
to enable ua to reach lt with a cast
of a grappling iron."
"Do you mean that we could be ferried to the steamer by that means?"
"That is absolutely out of the question until the weather moderates to a
far greater extent than I dare hope at
preaent. But, once we had the line,
We could rig up a running tackle and
obtain aome atores."
"Is lt as bad as all that?" said tbe
younger man, after a pause.
They looked at each other. The
knowledge that all true men have of
their kind leaped from eye to eye.
"Quite that bad," answered Brand.
Pyne moistened his lips. He produced a case containing two cigars.
He held lt out.
"Let us go sharoB In consolation,"
he Bald.
Brand accepted the gift, and affected a livelier mood.
"By lucky chance 1 have an amp'o
supply of tobacco. It will keep the
I men quiet," he aaid. "By the way,"
and he lifted a quick glance at Pyn ,
"do you know anything about chemistry?"
"Well���er���I went through a course
desk   and   coutompluled  its contents
ruefully.
"I guess that banquet won't spoil for  at Yale
(keeping," he said to himself.   "I'll Just      "Can   colza   oil be converted  Into
be a friend ot **& around and look nt ll until the boss  a food?"
ou always tall] *ul,IJ ****>** speeches by tho yard." "it contains certain fats," admitted
A couple of minutes patted.   Brand   Pyne,    taking   dubioua stock of the
was holstlnfg the  last  line of flags,   question.
when   the  American   heard   faltering      "But the process of conversion, the
footsteps on the stairs. chemical reaction, that Is the difflcul-
"Don't    follow    ao   close, Mamie,"   ty."
said a child's voice.   "My arm hurts j    "Bi-sulphide of carbon Is a solvent,
lust "nuff for anything when I "move."
A towzled head of golden hair
emerged Into tho light. It waa one of
lho (wo Hide glrlB, whom Pyne had
not scon since they were swung aloft
from the sloping deck of the Chinook.
Tluir ;. - niishmciii waa mutual.
The child, aged about eight, recognized lu him a playmate of the fine
days on board ahlp. She turned wllh
confldont cry.
and the fatty acids of most vegetable
oils can be isolated by treatment with
steam auper-hented to about 600 degrees Fahrenheit."
Brand threw out his hands with a
little gesture of helplessness; Just
then Constance appeared.
"Dad," ahe cried, "did not Mr. Pyne
tell you of my threat?"
"No, dear one.   I am not living ln
��� I terror of you, to my knowledge."
1 io d you so, Mamie.   It WSS JJ.     ..You mu8t   leage       t0 Bl(f     ^th
\ou said down.   Here a the big glass  of yoUi at lea8t  untl, ten  o^-M,
'\   In.     ' I        a     a _       ���_ mm ��
Hl'KRV IP WITH THK AMIll LANCE.
Now that Alderman Clayton and a member of the Empire staff have
set an example by baring a fistic set-to before tbe members of the Conservative Club, that ambulance from Montreal cannot be hurried along
too fast.
Il is common knowledge that Alderman Clayton la Intending to announce bis candidature for Mayor, and will therefore have to hold public
meetings and arrange public discussions. This makes It very imperative
tbat tbe ambulance be got ready with all speed.
When lt arrives, it would be a good Idea to build a little lean-to shed
at the back ot the City Hall to store the ambulance. On Council nlghta,
or when the Conservative Club is meeting, it could be hitched up, and
kept in readiness outside the hall. A little forethought like this might
save somebody's life.
During election time, when there will be frequent political discussions,
it would be wise to fix up an extra bed on lop of the ambulance roof.
The Council could pass a bylaw reserving the Inside for Conservative
debators, and lhe outaide for Liberal spokesmen. This would not only
show Liberalism as belonging to the higher strata of thought, but would
typify how at present the Liberals are out In the cold, so to speak.
In a case where, as on Thursday night, the leaders of debate were
both Conservatives, an extra ambulance might be ordered, or a rule paased
that only one gentleman was lo be hurt al a time.
For Wednesday next, when a mock mayoralty contest Is to take place
in the Presbyterian Cburcb, it might be wiser to move tbe church over
onto a vacant lot closo to the hospital, or to chloroform aome of the
speakers before the discussion warms up.
In the meantime, an urgent message should be sent to Montreal to rush
work on the civic ambulance.
and face aflame. Pyne was standing, help her.
on ber left, Enid on her right. Tlio
quiel Jubilation of Pyne't voice waa to
unmistakable that Enid, for one In-
atani withdrew her eyes from the distant ship. A retort was quick on her
lips, until sho bethought her that the
American's statement might have two
meanings.
Being tactful withal, ahe choao her
words whilst she hiihB'cd forth:
"He promised to lake ua for a drlva
to du.v. That is the dot and daah alphabet father and he ar.< i:s!ng. II
dad requires all the dota I'm sure Jack
Is monopolizing lhc daahes. He must
be furious about Ibis gale."
Consianoe, who wanted lo pinch
Enid severely, had reverted to her
normal healthy hue by this time. She
dropped her glasses.
"We are shamefully wasting precious minutes here.' the said. "Knld,
you and I our?" lo be In iho kitchen.**
Then tbo glanced with cold self-
possession at Pyne, who wat whistling
softly between his teeth aa he plied
the duster.
"As for you." she ttld. "I never saw
anyone work ao hard with lest need.'
house���and Mr. Pyne.
She quickened her speed though her
left arm was in a sling. Pyne, dreading iest she should fall, hastened to
"I'm- all right, Mr. Pyne," the announced wllh an air of great dignity.
"I make one atop at a lime Tben I
ketch the rail.   See?"
"You've got it down io a fine point,
Elsie,"  he  said.    "But  what  ln  tbe
world are (hose women-folk thinking
of to lot you and Mamie run   loose j
about ihe place."
i is-:.* did nut answer until Mamie
stood by her side.   Judged by appear,'
allies,    Mamie    was a year younger. I
Apart (rom (he nasty bruise on Elsie's
o'clock. Mr. Emmett is sending a man
to keep watch here. He will not disturb you. He Is bringing some rugs
and pillows which you can arrange on
the floor. I have collected tbem for
your special benefit"
"At thia hour!   Impossible, Connie."
"But It Ib not impossible, and thla
Is the best hour available. You know-
quite well that the Falcon will return
at high water. And you must rest,
you know."
She bustled about, with the air of a
bouaewife who understood the whole
art of looking afler her family. But
something puztled her.
"Mr. Pyne," she Inquired, "where la
LAND LEASE NOTICE
LAND PURCHASE NOT
Bella Coola Land DUtrict-���DUtrict of Coast Runge
8
Take notice that II. M. ClilT of Dundalk, Ireland, occupation gentleman, iiiL-mitJa to upply lur
permU-iuu lu leaae tlie following deaeribud lunds:
Commencing at a poat planted ut the bhuru
near the N, I.. corner uf Lot No. .1, thence nurth
40 chaina, thencu wont SO chuina muro ur lea* tu
eaat boundary of cannery leaao, thonco folluwing
thu laid oaat boundary aouth 40 cliuina mure ur
leaa to ahore line, thence folluwing aaid ahun*
line eaaterly HO chains mure ur luaa tu puint uf
coranioncemont; containing 820 ucrea, mure or
leaa.
Dated Auguat 31, 1911. II.   M,  CLIFF
Pub. Sept. BO. William McNair, Agent
Bella Coola Land Diatrict���District of Cout IUnge
Take nutice that II. M. Cliff of Dundalk, Ireland, occupution gotitlemun, inlundti tu iippl>
for permiaaion to leaae the fulluwing deacnneii
Unda:
Commencing at a poat planted at thu N. i;
corner of Lut Ml, thence north 20 chains, ihenco
weat 40 chuina, thence suuth 20 chuina inuru nr
leas to ahuro line, thence fulluwing thu shure Ih.u
east 40 chaini more ur lusa lu puint uf cuiuniuncu
ment; cuntaining 80 carua, more ur loss.
Dated August 31, 1011. U.   M.  CLIFF
Fub. Sept. UU. William McNair, Agent
Bella Coola Land Diatrict���District of Coast Hang
Take notice that II. M. ClitI of Dundalk, Ireland, occupation gentleman, intonda tu upply
for permUidon to leaae the fulluwing described
laada:
Commonclng at a post plantod at the N. VV.
corner of Lot No. 4, thenco nurlh 40 chuins, thence
eaat 40 chains, thence auuth 40 chuins niuru ur
leaa to shore line, thence folluwing shure line
westerly 40 chains mure or lees tu puint of eommencoment; containing 80 acres, mure or less
Dated August 2H, i'Jll. li.   M.   CLIFF
Pub. Sepu 30. William McNair, Ageut
Bella Coola Land District--Dislrict of Coaat Rango
a
Take notice that II. M. CliH or Dundalk, Ireland, occupation gentleman, intends tu apply
for permiaaion to lease the following described
landa:
Commencing at a pust planted at the N. W
oorner ol Lot 252, thunco south 40 chuins mur.
or leas to nurthern buundary uf leuse No. 1 applied
fur ny H. M ('lm, thence following suid buumiary
east 20 chaina, thencu north 40 ciiums, thence
weal 20 cbaina to point of commencement; cuntaining h0 acroa, mure or loss.
Daled August 2**, l.'ll. II.   M.   CLIFF
Pub. Sept. 30. William McNair, Agunt
Bella Coola Land District���Diatrict of Coaat Itangu
3
Take notico tbat H. M. Cliff of Dundalk, Ireland, occupation gentleman, Intend! to apply
for permission to lease the folluwing dosenbed
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the S. i:
corner of Lot 251, thence south 10 chains more
or leas to northern boundary of Lease No. 1
applied fur'by ll. M. Cliff, thence uuat 20 chains
along aaid boundary, thunce nurin 40 chains,
thence west 20 chains to puint of commencement;
containing 80 acres, moru ur less.
Dated August 28, 1911. II.  M. CLIFF
Pub. Sept. 30. William McNair, Agent
'Tin.,:
Skeena Land DUtrlct���Dlatrlcl ol r
'lake  nuiice  that  Lcitu,1 '    ' &������*��� ,
""I'm   li. C, occupuuun u a    '������"   "l  'nae
1 upply fur permission tu ,,U1 '   , '    ' '   !   **
Commencing it a pust pUnted bI>,���.< .,,
- uminiurl. direction Irani I
pobt ul LuL fttdU, _U__fl  .      ,   , "'���' '���*������ hum.
eut> 80 chains. 'thSSm wuh __bJ ;' ��*5
-.ust* tu  bank  uf  r.,.,,   ,*.!...w l'"1".  theac!
iii
niuru ot less.
bank m mm* to po,ol   ,
i.iiiniii* alio ���em, ,���oru 0, ��� ..
uuluil Supt. B  pju. iV-ii.iv   i
*ub. o*. ift       aa'toj
Blums band DUtrlot -buirioi of . ������, ,-
mm.- iioimo iimi i, ChftaiouliaJ i        **"W ���>
ul Prima Kup rt, n. t.22    \	
i*.i*iiiit-i*r,iiiu-nutoi,,,,,K i���    . '������
um. luiiuwiin- u���a,t.,V,u;:,i..   '
1  ���,,������,'���,,liK   ul   ll   |iui,l   ,���,���,,    I
wwl  cornor ol Ul  Ri,   .,..
laiiU'-ao   und   imimod   Unrutopti .'
.V. b. Oomuf, tnoiieio ra._t |��� g      .
nu chain., tlmiicii uust lo uiu,,,,      	
���.-l.al.ia   to   post   ���|   co,,,,,, ,,.',
.X20   UC.US,   IllOlO   II,   loss. a
UlllllMl'UI'lltll   J,\S,   tiUAIM-l     I
u.ioJa;'.m..a,.;'':'.
i'ub. Haul. JO,
kkwnu Und Dialrlcl--1 list,,,.
lake nodw in.   ,*. ,i. .,,	
B.   C,   Dooupatlon   trucsiiiui,,    .
lor l.urilllauloii lo (lurelnuso tuu Io.lo����� ,
lauds: ���:
���Jommoncinu at a posl plant** .,��� ���.
ol i'ro-euiptiou No. 8117 mi,, w| ,*,,.
too Nu,e��� lllvor is. tt. Ci, tn,-,,,-.   ,
llluiico -HI cnuins  norm, UlanOe   m ,
llionco 4U cnuins soum to luo ,������������ ���.
inoiil to contain lou ucrus mur.- ���.- ���
ItlCllAltuI   IHI,..,,,., l-ABse
gg*����U.        tmmti Si,w45
Skoena Land District���District ���l i \ .    ,. . ., ���
'luko nollco lliul lluruld r,. hum,, ���*   ,   ,
Alia., uccupullon stulmii .,_.*,,t. Inland, to.,/;,-
lor -N-riiiu-uuu to purciiuau um (oil,  aaaa!i__
lanela: '     J
Coniinoiiclii.' at a post plantad il *..���,,. ���)���,���..
wwl cornor  iUU chains oust uu.l J i
Itoin iN. C. voruur ol Lol lllo, ,ur.
Coust  District  llango o,  llionco   li ,, ,
in,-,,-,'  fill  cuuius   liollli,  tuuncu   10  <
llionco SO chains suuth Ul pu,l ol Oe**l__M��__t
communis* ���'-" acrua, more or lu*,.
oulod sopt. 18, lull. HAltUl.D i:  .SMITH
I'ub. Sopl. 21. Frod IV. ilu,,,..-, J^J
COAL   NOTICE
nil  arm  and  shoulder, the children,  -rour ''"''���
.ml cat-aped from lhe horrors of the |    "I���er���took It down," be explained.
wreck almost unscathed In body tnd      f*��* some reason, Conatance felt In-
certainly untroubled In mind. | stantly that Bhe bad turned the tables
on him aince their laat rencontre.
She did not know why. He looked confused, for one thing: be waa not to
glib In apeech, for another.
"Mamie ramc to my room for break-
fast." explained Elsie at last.   "We'll
awful 11011(17, to' " ii'" " >��� axed for'
noiher biill Mra. Taylor ahe began loi
cry.   An' when I Mid we'd go tnd find
ii a i.ma she cried aome more."
"Yet.   We't awful hungry," agreed
Mamie.    "An'  please,  where "a   mam-,
niar
I'yne needed no further explanation, j Brand calmly.
The Hide oius had lost their mother; ; earlier."
her disfigured body, broken out of all ���    "Uut he  had not" persisted   Con*
, stance.   "I wanted him to���"
She Hopped.   Thlt impudent Amcrl-
"Down    where?"    the    demanded.
"Not to the kitchen.      I have been
there since you brought up your break-
fin, t and dad'a on the tame tray."
i    breakfasted   alone,"   remarked
Mr. Pyne had feaated
Skaana Land Diatrict���District ol Quoen Charlolt,
Islanda
Taka notioa that Austin M. Ilrown of 1'rinct-
Kupert, excupation aaddler, intends to apply lo
���an* i iiul Coinmtsaluner ul Landa and Works lor
a liconce to proapeel lor caial, oil and petroleum an
and under the following ite-acribod lands on tho
Waal Coasl of Graham Island:
Commencing at a posl planted three mllea east
ol the northeast corner ul C. I. No. xx.i ihenco
00 chaiiu waat, tbence SU chaina north, thence su
cnaina east, thence 6U chains soulb lu point ot
commencement.
AUSTIN M. ItUllttN, Locator
Located Auguat 1st. lull.
Fub. Aug. iS.
Skaana Land Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct ol Queen Charlotte
islanua
Taka notice that Austin M. Ilrown ol I'rince
Itupert, occupation aatldler, intenels to apply to
the Chiel Cotnmiasioii.-r of Landa and tt'orKa lor a
licence to prospi-cl lor coal, oel and petroleum on
and undor the lullownig   ;.,.-,,,,���,i
tteat Coast of liraham Island
petrol
lands
on the
He crltlially examined the shining rMOf-l-OD, waa tossing about some-
hurner. where    It.  the   under -currents  of lhe
���We At:i.-rl.ana are taught to Ml iimniiol. Nune of the women dtred
atronuous." be aaid smilingly. "Thtf to t-.il lhc children the truth, and It
la the only way you can cut iu ahead ��at   a   heart-rending laak lo deny
of the
Brand."
She   almost
other  fellow  nowadays.  Mist
resigned Ibe contest.
ibvin food.
te, ih'-y   were permitted to leave
iheir  refuge,  with   thc kindly  belief
That unha;*py explanation had dcllvj that ihey would come to no barm and
ered her Imund Into his hands.   Yet purr-iancc  ohtalu   a   further  aupply
irom m.e ol lliosc sweet laced girls
who explained to gently Ibat tbe rations must run abort for the common
good.
I'yuo glanced up at tbe lantern.
Ouislde hc could see Brand hauling
down ihu signal.    He sprat i; to the!
THE   EMPRESS  THEATRE
Return engagement of the
Sherman-Cleveland Opera
Company
the sir,.*..* desperately to keep up ths
pretence thai their spoken worda had
no ulterior significance.
"Such energy must be very ����� ar*
Ing." she raid.
"It la���for the other man."
"But In your case it Is unnecessary.
My father believes we will be here tt
l.-ssi fiirty-cigiit hours." Tben sh- be**.
rtme coutclous thtt tgaln the had nol
tald exactly what sbe meant to lay.
"So yon. at any rate, need not weat
your finger* to the bone," the added,
hurriedly.
"Ouett It mutt be a national vlot,"
be ttid with Irritating complacency.
"Just now I feel I hare a regular hustle on."
"Your example equals your precepts,
Enid, tear youraelf from tbe tttractlv*
spectacle. There are eighty-one rar.
cnous people to be fed."
"Sorry you baven't hit upon the real
reason of my abounding induairy,"
said Pyne, who skipped down Ihe ltd*
der first lo give the girls a helping
hand aa they descended.
"Please tell us. It may be Inspiring." tald Constant-*.
"I'm going to ask tbe boat If I can't
take a turn aa tcullerymaid wben I'm
through here."
"Then I veto the Idea now," ahe answered. "Enid and I have had a most
comfortable nap, and I am certain
you have not closed your eyes all
night. I will make It my personal J"'1*"
business lo see ihat bollf my father, *-*,,'_
and you He down for a couple of hours      Mo   ********   ****   service room
��� .-in had actually dared to wink at her,
a confidential, appealing wink which
aald plainly: "Please don't trouble
about me."
"You gave your tea and biscuit to
somebody," she cried suddenly. "Now,
who waa tt?   Confess!"
"Well," he said weakly, "I did not
feel���er���particularly hungry, so,
when 1 met those two little glrlt fool-
In' around for an extra supply, I���er���
thought nobody would mind If���er���"
'Tai ii it:" aaid Conatance. "He baa
not bad a mouthful."
Tben take blm downstairs and give
tray and secured bit half biscuit and blm one. You must have found my
tea cup. I conversation   Interesting,   Mr.   Pyne,
"Come along, ICIslo," he tald, crook* whilst I waa eating. But, before you
ing his lefi arm for her. "Follow close, ' go, let me add a word In season.
Mamie.   Mind you don't fall." j There must be no further dlscrlmlna*
"Your mamma la asleep," he aasur ***** between persons. Stand or fall,
ed them In a whisper on tbe next land-' '*<*���** "**>** **>*<*** *>** the common rule."
log. "She Just can't be woke up for - *'Yt***. with the guilty feeling of a
qulto a long time."  . detected    villain,   explained  to Con*
Commencing al a poat planted threo milea	
of the southeast corner of C. I.   No.  I l,i' thencc
IrrTtl,     Ml     ,-|..,,;,,,     IhenCO    ��'.,.!     0X1    CMllr.H.     tllUllC*
south HO chains, thenco weal OU chaina lo point ol
cummencemenl.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locatoi
LeKated August Iat, lull.
I'ub. Aug. IS.
Skeer.a Land DUlrict���District ol Queen Charlotte
Take noilcc tnal Ihirty davs Irom date, I, C, L.
Ilaniti-r ol l-rince Kupert, II. C, by occupatiun
baxikktM-'K-r, intend lo apply lo the Cnlul Com
missioner of Landa for a licence Ui prospect for
cost snd pelroleum oa snd unier bill acres ol
land on liraham laland descrilied as follows:
Commencing at a pusl planus! two nflus north
lla...i northAc.t .,���;,, Caia! Lease lltiii marked
C. I. II.,,...' Loaao No. 29, t..enci aouth 80 chains,
thenoe west ou chains, thence north SU chains
Hitr-nr-e east on il.ain. Li pol-.i o! t-ommencement
r ii.tiiiu.il* 640 arrua more or loss.
Daled Sepl. 12. 1V11. C.  E.   IIAINTUI
I'ub. Oct. 7.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Then he natlgaled them to the door
of the s.'.oi.il bedroom, where Mrs
Ttylor was. He broke the hard b.s
cull In two pieces and gave one tc
each child.
"Here, Mamie, you carry the cup,
and go shares lu tbe tea."
"I don't like lea." protested Mamie.
"It I can't bave coffee I want some
milk."
"Well, now, you wait a little bit, and
you'll be tickled to death to see what
III bring you. But drink the lea. It't
good an' hot. Skip Inaide. both ol
you."
lie held the door partly open and
they vanished. He heard Mrs. Taylor
aay:
"Didn't I tell you those two llltlo
dear*  would do tbeir own  busiuesi
Pretentii g the la'c-at musical comedj success
���
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Prices 50c, 75c and 31.
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50c PER MONTH
Immediately after bretkfaat."
"Or elae there will he a mutiny la
the kitchen," chimed In Knld.
"Connie," tbe whispered, when they
were safely out of hearing from the
service room. "I never taw a worse
case. Talk about the young men aud'
denly smitten you retd of In novelt���"
Her sister whirled around.
"How can you be so silly?" she
biased forth.
"Why did you libel Jack so read*
Hyr tittered Enid. The olher. utter
ly routed,, went on in dignified sll*
ence. Sbe did not speak again until
they surveyed the store apportioned
for the coming feast.
"Eighty-one!" she murmured. "What
a monstrous deal of people for a halfpenny worth of bread!"
"What It the use of repining?" sang
Enid, with t fortissimo accent on the
penultimate syllable. "Por where
there's a will there's a way. To morrow the tun will be shining, although
It It cloudy to-day."
But Constance was nol lo I.- drawn
a second time. Her clear brain wat
troubled by a formless shadow. It
banished trom ber mind sll thought of
a harmless fllrttlton wllh the good*
looking youngster who hsd brought a
blush of momentary embarrassment
to ber fair ftca.
How dreadful II would be to meet
hunger with  refusals���perhaps  there
were worts things in the world than
i tbe midnight ordeal of an angry s.-a.
Indeed, when Pyne did Join lv-m In
I accord with his Intention, he soon per-
reived the extent ot the new danger.
The street of lho night had only en-
��� hanred the need of nn ample supply
j of food.   Everybody   eva-n the Inniaes
of    the    hospital���was    outrageaiasly
hungry,   and   the   common   allotment
was half * enp of tea and half a ship's
biscuit.
to
find Brand steeping tbe remains ol
his biscuit in an almost empty cup.
Tbe lighthouse-keeper greeted his
young friend wltb a smile.
"I suppose tbtt you, like the rest ol
us, never had such an appetite in all
your days?" he said.
"Ob, I'm prettr well fixed," said
Pyne, with responsive grin.
"There you are fortunate. There li
usually a wretched little fiend In t
man's Inner consciousness which
prompts him to desire the unattainable. Now, I am a poor eater aa a rule.
yet this morning I feel I could tackle
the toughest steak ever cut off a super
annuated cow."
"1 don't deny," admitted Pyne, "thai
lhe Idea of a steak sounds good. Thai
stance how the cup might be rescued.
"I shall keep a close eye on you ln
ihe future,' she announced at they
went below.
"Do," he tald. "That la all I ask
for."
"I am a very strict person," she
went on. "Dad always encouraged ut
In tbe sailor's Idea of Implicit obedience."
"Kick me. It will make me feel
good," he answered.
Knicrlng the second bed-room,
whore Elsie and Mamie were seated
rontentedly on the floor, tbe stooped
and kissed them. And not a word did
sbe say to Enid as to tbe reason wby
Mr. i'yne should be served with t
second breakfast 8he knew that any
parade of his unselfishness would hurt
him, and he, on hla part, gave her unspoken thanks for ber thought.
Conversation without words Is an
art understood only by maater-mlnda
and lovers, so these two were either
exceptionally clever persona or developing trait* of a more common genus
-perhaps both.
CHAPTER XI.
MR8. VANeiTTART-8 PEAR
The tribulations which clustered, In
bee-like swarm, In and around the
Oulf Rock Lighthouse during those
weary hours were many and various.
Damp clothing, Insufficiency of food,
Interior tomperattsres ranging from
the chill draught of the entrance passage tod stair-ways to the partial suffocation of rooma with windows closed
Is. you know," he went on languidly. ��� 0W|ng to the Incursions of the rising
"It might sort of appeal to me about
one o'clock."
I should have thought you could
do with one now, especially after th,
hard night we have gone through,
Perhape you are ft believer In tht)
French system, and prefer a light
br akfast."
Brand finished tbe morsel of biscuit
and drank the cup dry.
"It's ft flrtt-rtte proposition���whet
you are aocuetomed to ll," said Pyne
"But talking aboul eating when there'i
Utile to eat It ft poor biislnoss, any
waf.   Don't you find lhat?"
"I do Indeed."
llrand rose and tapped the barome
ter, adjusting tbe sliding scale to rea4
the tenlbt. .
"������������lightly belter," he announced.
'If only ihe wind would go down, or
���Jien chunge lo lhc norrard!"
"What good would a change of
wind do?" Ini-uired I'vii-, greatly re-
'leved himself by Ihe change ol topic,
"It would beat down the wa to some
���rt. in and then they might be able to
drift  a buoy,  wltb a  nij-e    attached,
tide���thla unpleaaing aggregate oi
physical misery was seriously aug*
mente dby an ever-lncreaalng list of
sick people, an Almost total absence
of any medical comforts, and a grow.
Ing knowledge, on the part of those
not too despondent to think, that
iheir ultimate relier might be deferred
for daya rather than hours.
No mere man can understand, and a
���voman of ordinary experience can but
linily Imagine, the ilifllctilty and ar
luousnest of the task undertaken by
.'niistance tnd Knld.
To cook and supply for eighty-one
,*ersons with utensils Intended for the
se of three, to give each aeparato In-
liv hlinl an utterly Inadequate portion,
to skilfully distributed that none
should have cause to grumble at his
ir her neighbor's belter fortune���here
were culinary problema at once coin-
fTO PR roNTINI'FID)
TRY   THE   "NEWS"   WANT
AD. WAY OF FINDING
Skeena I-ami District��� DUtrict or CaraUr
Take   nutlcv   that   Charlu   William   lUtn   ol
I Vancouver, 11. C, uccupatiun  fim^octiir, intenda
to apply tor permiaaion lo purchaae thu fulluftinii
daschlKKj landa:
Commoncini  at  a   poat  planted   at   the  con-
: fluenoe of lllackwater rivar with the Naaa  river
! about two milos aouth (rom the alxth Dominion
Telegraph cabin.    Tost marked C. W. H   S. n.
| Corner, thence 80 chaina norlh, thence .-*" chaina
I i ...t,  thence mi  chaina aouth,  thence HO chaini
waat lo point of commencement, containing t��4U
acrea more or leaa.
CHAKLKS   WILLIAM   HAM
i Dated September 23, lull.
, Tub. Nov. 2.
Skeena Land Diatrict���District of Caaslar
Take notice that Thoma** Arthur White of Vancouver,   11,  ('.,  occupation car|K>nU<r,  intends tu
apply  for permission  to purchase the  (ulluwinit
.j.-M-nU'il lantl*..
Commencing at a poat planted at tho con
fluence of lllackwater river with Naas rivor, about
two mllea aouth of thc aixth Dominion '1 cleirrapii
cabin. I'ost marked T. A W. S. I. Cornet, ihence
MO chatna north, ihence HO chaina wett, tlience HU
chaina aouth, thence HU chains east to puint of
commencement, containing ti-IU am* ri.ort' or l��*ia.
THOMAS AltTUUU WHIT*.
Dated St.pt. _.l, 1911.
Pub. Nov. 2.
Skeena Land District���District of Caaalar
Tako  notice that  Angus J a mm   McKenzie nf
Vancouver, H. C., occupatiun bookkeeper, intednn-i
to apply fur permlMion to purchase the following
deecribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the confluence of lllackwater river with .Naas river, aboul
two miles soulh from the sixth Dominion Telegraph
cabin. I'ost marked \. J. M. N. W. Cornor,
thence HO chains south, thence HU chains east
thence HU chaina nurth, thence HO chnins weal
to point of commpn-jomenl, containing G40 acres
more or leaa.
ANGUS JAMES McKKN/IK
Dated Sept. 23, 1911.
Pub. Nov. 2.
Skeona Land District���District of Casslar
Tako notico that Herbert McLennan of Vancouver. H. 0e�� occupation real estate agent, Intends
to apply for permission tu purchaso  the fulluwing
' "lesi-ril-iil  lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the mn-
fluenco of lllackwater river with the Naaa river
about two miles south uf the sixth Dominion
Telegraph cabin, rait marki��d H. M. N. K
Corner, thence HO chaina south, thenco HO chains
' weat. thence HO chains north, thence HO chains
, vaat to point of commencement, containing MO
acrea more or leas.
Dat-ed .Sept. 23, 1911       HKUUEKT McLKNNAN
Pub. Nov. 2.
Skoena La. I District���District of Coaat IUngo 6
Take notice that I, Thomas McClymont of
Prineo Kupert, It. C, occupation roal estate
broker, intontl to apply for permisaiun to purchase
tha following dnacrihed lands:
Commencing at a paot planted at tho S. W.
cornor of pre-emption record 412, Ihenco orit HO
ahatna, thonco aouth 40 chains, thence weat HO
chains (o shore uf lakp. tbence following shure
of lake In a northerly direction to point of commencement; containing .'120 acrm, more or leas.
Datod .Sept. 6, 1911. THOMAS McCLYMoNT
Pub. Sopt. 9. Kreniwl Colo, Agont
.Skeena Land District -Diatrict of Coast IUnge I
Tako notice that Honjamln Hussol Rice nf
Prince Kupert, K. C , occupation waiter, Intends
to apply for permission to purchase tho following
deacribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted UU chaina aouth
from the southeast corner of I,ot 30HO. Post
marked H. II. K M. K. Corner, tbence 70 chains
weat, thence fi5 chains north, thonco 70 chnins
nut, thenco '���-��� chains sooth to point of commencement, containing 455 acres More or less.
KKNJAMIN  RUSSfcL  IUCE
Datod October 21, 1911,
Pub. Nov. I.
Skeena Land DUtricl���DUlrict of Colli Hange .
Tako nutice that 1, Cordon C. Bamtnog nl
Prineo Kuport, l*. C., occupation ml ��?��t��n
broker, tut end tu apply fur ptirit>ti��iun to pW.
iiui.-i- thu lollowing uiMciibod land��:
Commencing at a puat planted gbo_* ;> fu
miluw in a nuruiorly direction Irum fi : .-:���,_.,;
curner po.t ul Lut !_;__*, itungo -i, Cuasi Uutr.ct,
thunco nurth 40 chaini, ttioit.o WMt to mrr
bank, thence Miuth fuitutving riv.r baak U point
ol cuiniDOoceiuu'ii; cuntaining lw acrat, mora or
Im
uatod Sopt. 9, 1911.  GORDON C. l.MMi.ll_o\
Pub. Oct. IU.
Skoona Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Coatt lUngi V
1'aao nutico tnut 1, lleoja.uiu A. run ��l ��.*,,��,
N. i'������ occupuuun uiurcnam, inum-J iu _,v.,'
(ur purmtasiuu io purcuaau luo fuiiuMiug tl-K*;,.*ej
landa:
Communcing  at  a  pust  plantod  un ths aast
boundary aud abuut u.u chain* Iru.u tt.(t ��.j._-
o*_i coruur ul i*ui  i.--i, luo.ice nun .
iiiimou  east  3u ciu-uil-i,  tim.ico audlu *>*j coius,
tliuncu -*.<���*. .��u cnauu to pumi ul ou.n
Dated Juno U, 1911. lltsNJAMi.s \. tizd
Pub. Jdty 26. t-'rud ��. tu*r.J, A��yat
Skeena Land DUtrict���DUtrict uf Cout Kaag* &
Tako   notioe   tnat   Hiriain ttoy   MfifciM wf
Winnipeg,   Alan.,   occupatiun   tafli
to apply fur pormiasiun io portal ...
doacribod lands:
Commencing at a puat plantod *' tht southsrslt
Cornor 40 cnains nut and  10 Ml   < BMtt Irom
N. I.. Curnor of Lot 1110, Harv,.
DUtrict  IUngo 6, thenco t>u en*.  .    .
ou chaina uurih, thene*.' ~u Main
Chains aouth to post of QOBUDMMBWOl
j'.u a-.T-e.-i mure ur bus.
Uated Sepl. IH, 1UU  HlKl.Wl  KOV UoTAVUU
Pub. Sept. 2:1. 1-rud W. Liuhler* Agtat
Skwna Land DUtrict���Du'.rict of Cuast Range V
Tako notice mat Juasv M. TfcUnu uf Codar
lUpids, lo**, uccupaii,:i lawyer, intenda to
apply for pormlaaiou to purctiaM tte luiloMog
tlisteribed lands:
Commencing at a pusl planted un the t-uthsrty
shore of kuuymatuuu lmet un tne rigtii bank
of a email atream (lowing into aaid IaIk juit east
of Crow Lake. Thence aoutb 20 chai.it, tt.tu.ee
woat JU cnains mure ur leae to the ahufe unr of
Crow Lake, thenco northerly and oasturly foi-
lu*l;ig luo ahore linea of Craw Lake, iris loM
Ui Craw Laxu and KuUeymateen Inlet to tha
placo of cuuimeticuriient, containing fulty acm
more or leaa. L<>cated August 7, 11*11.
Daled Aug. 9, l.'ll. Jt.>.**V. M. TALL*"    -
Pub. Aug. 12.
Skoena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Coaat Ranee S
Take notice that i.   IL G. .Miller uf t*.
l-fig.. occupation aurvoyor, Inlenda to apply lo
permioetoa   lo  purcbaae  the  fulluwing ueKTitwi
landa:
Commonclng at a poat plantod at tbe N. w. Cat*
ner of Lot 44ut>, thence west 1*0 chiana, tbenct amitl
20 chatna, thonco east HU cbaina, thence imrtu ��**
chaina to tho point of commencement cuiitsiaUf
loU acree more or laaa.
Daled August 16, 1911. K. It. G. MIUEJt
Pub. Aug. 26. V. M. MUkr, Atnl
Skeena Land DUtrict���DUtrlct of Cowl l.i-.*'*
Take notice tbat it. K. MUlor of lip
land,  occupation  farmor,    ntenda  lo  *���*,., W
purmiasiou   to  purcbaae  the following d��*cn:��d
lands:
Commencing at a post plantod about N ri Mi
Wuat from the N. AV'. Corner of Lul I*****: ���-������*���!*
nurth AO chuina, thenoe weat 2u chains, it.eaee
aouth -40 chaina, tbence eaat 20 chains lu tbt
point oi commoncomont containing oignl) ecrat
mora or loaa.
Dated August 19  1911. IL t* MU.I.Kil
Pub. Aug. 26. P. M. Mi.ii t, '���.,- ;.i
Skeona Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Coast IUnge i
lake notice that Prank S. Miller "I I
Kng., occupatiun civil engineer. Inteml* U
tor permisaiun to purcbaae the foUowing dOKtit-ed
landa:
Commencing at a poat planted at  Um
i iti.it ul Lot 2b, thonce north -U Maioa, tlifire
**t**i  to chains,  thonce aoulh 2U MaUts\ UmoM
east 20 chains to point of MMMMMM
taming  ��������� acree mure or leaa.
Datotl Auguat 16, 1911.        FRANK 8. Mil b'H
Pub. Aug. 26. P. M. Miller, Agent
Skeena Land DUtrict -DLtriet of Coaat IUnge .
Take notice that Lottie McTavUh uf * I
occupation   married   woman.   Intends   < I
for i" nnUsion to purchaae the following ileKnbed
lands:
Commencing at a poat planted at the north-
we#t corner 1UU chains east and 2U cba   -
from N�� K. corner uf L��it 1116, Harvey's .���'-if r/
t    tsi   DUtrict  Range 5, ther.ce 20 chains eauth,
tt.encu BU chaina   east,  thence HU chum*  MM    ���
thence   10 chains wot,  thence �����>' MilM
thonce  IU chaina west lo puet of comni- :.
.fi:! .lining inu acres mure or lose.
Dat��i Sopl. 18, 1911. LOTTIE McT.WI  U
I'ub. Sopt. 22 Fred W. Bohtar.
Helta Coola Land DUtrlct���District of Coaat lUnb'��
3
Tako notice that II. M. Clin* or Dundalk. Inland, occupation gentleman, Intonda to ap; o'
For permission to lease the folluwing descrit - 1
lands:
Commencing al  a  post  planted  on  tht* *t' *
of   Neclectsconnay   River  about   10  chain"  "���*'-
of   Indian   Reserve  Line  .thence  weat  wJ  <
fnihm'ing  the  channel   of  Neclectsconnay   RI
thence south  HO chaina more or leas to chsv - *
ut   hella   Coola   Kiver,   thenee   following   Bl
of   Hella   Coola   River   esMer'y   (.0  chains,   Buftli
HU cliaina more or leas to point of commeticeniei.t.
containing 4K0 acrea, more or leaa.
Dated August 2S, 1911. II.   M. Cl.H '
Pub. Sept. 30. William McNair, Agei.i
Skeena Land Dittrict���District of Coaat Rang**
Take notice that Herbert J. Mackie of Pembroke, Out., occupation lumberman, Intendi W
apply for permiasion to purchaae the folio-sit,.'
described lands:
Commencing at a poat plantod on the left bank
of the /.> niii.|<ii! r. or llm-a-got-llt River, at southwest eorner of Lot 170fl, thence northerly, following
the westerly boundary of Lot 1706, 80 chains
moro or lesa, lo the northwest cornor of said Lot
1706. thence wosterly and southerly, following
the loft bank of said river, 80 chains mure ot lesi to
point of commencement conUining 160 acrea
more or leas.
Localed August 19, 1911.
Dated August 21, 1911.    HKRHRRTJ. MACKIL
Pub, Aug. 26. Frederick S. Clements, Agent
Skeona Land District-District ot Casslar
Take notico that I. Thomas Carter, of Prince
itiii'.-it, oceupatlon carpenter. Intend to apnly
for oermlsslon to purchase the following described land.
Conrnenclntf nt a post planted about one mile
south frum the mouth of Falls creek and ab>ut
liiO foot back from the beach, thenee N chains
north, thence 4i> chains w*��st, thence 80 chains
south, thenee east 40 chains to point of oommence-
ini'iit, conulnlng 320 acres more or less.
THOMAS CARTER.
Dated July 7th, 1911.    Charles WebsUr Calhoun,
Pub. Aug. 6th. Agant. THE DAILY NEWS
[GREENER'S
"British Empire"
GUN.
Here's the worlds
belt nun���a Greener llummerless���
,tt a price within
the reach of all
iporttmen: ita got
���|| the Greener
feature a, hard
hitlii'la', far shooting, lilting wear;
tliore's no-
thing bet- d��co
ter;   price ��Pw��l
I'ataloK P6
FREE
|W. W. GREENER
3 65 Btinr Hill I
Montreal. P.Q.
a _.S. COMPANY OF B.C., ltd
1 he new steel Passenger Steamer
I'Camosun"
leaves
���ince Rupert every Sunday
at 9 a.m. for Vancouver,
arriving Monday afternoon.
|or Stewart City on arrival
from Vancouver Friday
night.
lorthbound, leaves Vancou-
er Wednesdays at 9 p.m.
eerage Fare      -      $6.00
r "Camosun" is the only steame
on ilu* run having water-tight bulkheads and double bottom, thus en
suring safety of passengers in caae
of collision or wreck.
H. Rogers, Ticket Agent.
PICE RUPERT li
\l
AMD
ANNEX
Owned tnd operated by the
rand Trunk Pacific Railway on
he American antl European plan.
Excellently furnished, with
gleam heat, electric light, and all
piodcm conveniencea, being atyo-
jutcly first-class in every respect
The appointments and service
Ire equal  to any hotel on  thc
tout
Rates: $1 to (3.50 per day.
A. Sweet, Manager.
LIGHT PLANT COAL
Contract Awarded the Union
Transfer Co. Conditional on
Fulfilment of Specifications
Exactly.
Afu-r some discussion yesterday
afternoon, and a personal visit
by the aldermen to the coal bing
on the wharf for purposes of Investigation, the contract for delivery of 225 tons of steam coal
at the light plant was awarded to
the union Transfer Company, as
the lowest bidders, Emphasis was
laid by the council and light committee On the urgency iu ihe case
of strictest attention to the specifications for the supply, in view
of the light committee's insistence
on having a certain quality of
coal, and being even ready lo
pay GO cents per ton for it against
the opinion of other members of
lhe council. The price of tlie coal
is 88.25 per ton according to
specification.
ANOTHER LITTLE SWEET
Son Arrives to Family of
Mr. and Mrs. George Sweet of
the Grand Trunk Hotel.
Congratulations arc in order to
Mr. Georg'c Sweet, the popular
manager ol the C. T. P. Inn, A
son arrived yesterday morning ai
early hour, and young Master
Aubrey is rejoicing in ihe acquisition of liis new baby brother.
both mother and baby are making
I lie best of progress. '
18 DEGREES OF FROST
The Weather Took a Sudden
Cold Dip Dur ng the Last
Day.
It is no news to say that it was
pretty coltl yesterday. Everybody knew it. Tlie temperature,
according to the official observer
was never higher than 22 degrees
during the whole day, and at
Light time it look a drop down to
13.5, making over 18 degrees of
frost.
Even those prudent householders
who turned the water off at the
siop-cocks did not ull escape from
trouble, for in miuiy cases the
pipi * froze below tlie cocks.
A year ago today, the temperature records read: maximum 47.0,
minimum ii'.'.o.   ijm u- a difference.
OLD-TIMER  PASSES
Ludger Roy, Veteran French
Canadian, and Yukon Packer
Lays Down the Latt Burden
of All.
136 1911
The Bank of
htish North America
Tt Tsar, as Bsilafss.
\p\x*\ and  R-Mtrv* Ovsr $7,3110,000
panklng by Mail
a great convenience to those
po  live  some distance   from
tn.
Deposits may be tent in, cash
iwn,  or  other business trans*
ed   by   Mail,   without   any
���uble or delay.
Write or ask our Local Man-
jer to explaiu   our  system to
L
pace Rupert Brunch
r. S. I.ONt.. Ma-aae".
Yesterday there passed away
at the General Hospital one of llu
well known old-timers of Prince
Rupert, Ludger Roy, the proprietor of the Owl Cafe on Second
avenue. Known to most of the
old timers here as "Old Man Roy"
and a very |>opular citizen, Mr.
Roy was a French Canadian, lie
w.is partner with Mr. Stephens
of the Empress Theatre in the
interesting venture known as the
"Dominion Theatre," the first moving picture show in Prince Rupert,
held first in a tent or shack on i In
Rupert Road. Later he became
interested In the Owl Cafe which
hc leased. Roy made a little
money in thc duys of tin- Klondike
rush packing goods owr lhe While
Parr trull, and he arduous experience left so seven* tr.nr.-. 00
his physique ami face lhal he was
thought to Ik- much older than he
really W.is.    Hi- age w.i- ju-t 25,
but he looked eighty to those who
did nol know hint intimately.
���""Royal Hotel
|cor. Third Avenue and SUih St.
Tha FWst Roamis.
The baet aajulppwl
an-l steam h-sata1.!.
Hot anal re-let baths.
Iiiniira' mom and
restaurant     l
Corley & Burgess, Props
feERT YOUR LAND PURCHASE
NOTICES IN THE
NEWS
HENRIETTE  LOADED
Famout Old G. T. P. Freighter
Arrivet Through Bitter DD
Arrivea Through the Bitter
Weather.
The G. T. P. s.S. Henriette
arrived yesterday  morning wiih
800 tons of cargo from the SOUth,
Including OOal, lumber, and general
goods. Captain Uiii'kln.li/ rc|>ort8
severe weather aloi g lhe Coast,
The Hen rii lie lirough 50,000  feet
of lunilier from Ocean Falls where
there is exceptionally hard frost,
R. English was a passenger
for the SOUth yesterday by the
Prince Rupert.
SWEDEN S PIONEER SUFFRAGIST
Great Stridet Made by the Votes
for Women Movement in Her
Land.
Mrs. Ann Margaret Holmgren
thc pioneer suffragist of Sweden
has  just  celebrated   her  sixtieth
birthday, on which occasion she
received congratulations from almost every part of lhe globe.
Mrs.   Holmgren   is  siid   lo  have
formed mon than si venty suffrage
societies in a single season as a
result of speeches made in 75
towns. There are now 150 suffrage
organizations in Sweden, mnre than
two-thirds of which were formed
ilirough Mrs. Holmgren's personal
efforts.
TRY THE "NEWS" WANT AD.
WAY OF FINDING
Mr.
Non-Resident
COAL NOTICE
Write   us
the   value
regarding
of    your
Skeena Land Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct of Quoon Churlotte
lalanda
Take notice that Auitin M. Drown of i'rince
Hupert, H. C, occupation aaddler, Intund. io
apply to tho Chief Commissioner of Landa and
worka (or a llconce to prospect (or coul, oil und
petroleum on and under the following de_cribud
Imiil.t on tho Weet Coaat of Gruhum laland:
Commencing at a post plantod three milea oust
of the northeast corner of C. L. No. 117,*. ihenco
80 chainB aouth, thence 80 chainn east, thoncu mi
chuins north, thonce 80 chains west to point ol
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Dato of Location Slat July, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
as to conditions here.
0. M. Helgerson, Ltd.
Real E.tate nnd Rental,
Office.: Hrlg.-r.on Block
Church Services-
FIKST I'KESBYTKKUN CHURCH
Services every Hunelny in the
Empress Theatre, 11 ai.m. and
7 30 |i.m.    Surttleiy S.-luxil and
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Appl
Prince   Ruuert DrOUer- i S^wna Land Diatrict���Diatrict of Queen Charlotte
*r r     f*m* Islands
tV We will hi* T.lnna I T��-��B notica that Austin-M. Urown of I'rinca
��-���>. TT-B Will UU pieaS-: Kuport, occupation aaddler, intends to apply t0
��,1 *���   I*---**, i   j   |h*  L'hlef   Commissioner  of   Lands  and   works
Cil IO KCCp yOU pOSteu for a licence to prospect for coal and oil and petroleum on and under the following described lands
on tho West Coast of Uraham Island:
Commencing at a post ulanted three miloa cast
of the southwest corner of C. L. No. 4477 thonco
80 chains east, thence 80 chaina north, thonce bO
chains weat, thenco 80 cbains aouth to point of
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Date of Location, 31st July 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skoena Land Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct of Quoen Charlutte
lalanda
Tako notico that Auatin M. Drown of Prince
Kupert, occupation aaddler, intendi to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Landu and Works for a
licenco to prospoct tor coal, oil and potroloum on and
under the following described lands on tho Weat
Coast of Graham Island:
Commencing at a poat planted three mites east
of tho aoutheaat corner o IC. 1.. No. 4472 thence
north 80 chaina, theoce eaat 80 chains, thence south
80 chimin, thence weat 80 chains to point of commencement,
AUSTIN M. DROWN, Locator
Locatod August 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Land District���District ol Queen Charlotte
Tuko notice that thirty daya from date, 1, C. E
Dalntcr of Prince Kuport, fi. C, by occupation
bookkoepor, Intond to apply to iho Chief Commissioner of Landa for a licenco to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and undur 640 acres of
land on Graham Island deacribed as lollows:
Commencing at a poat planted llvo miles eaat
of Coal Loose No. 4467, marked 0- E. It. Cool
Lease No. l, N. I**, corner, thenco woat 80 chains,
thenco south 80 chaina, thonco cost 80 chains,
thonce north 80 chains to place of commencement.
Dated Sopt. 11, mi C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept 28.
Skeena Land Diatrict���Diatrict of Queon Charlotte
Take notice that thirty daya from dato, 1, C. K
Daintor of Prince Kupert, B. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licence to proepect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acroa ot
land on Graham Island described as followa:
Commencing at a poat planted livo miloa oast
of Coal Lease No. 4467, markod C. E. D. N. W.
corner No. 2, thonce aouth 80 chains, thunce oast
80 chslna, thonce north 80 chains, thence west
80 chains to place of commencement.
Dated Sepu 11. 1911. C. E. BAINTKR, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skoena Land District���District of Queen Charlotto
Tako nolice that thirty days from date, I, C. E.
Uainter of Pnnee Rupert, 1). C., by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chief Com-
niu_,ini.it of Landa for a licence to proapect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acres of
land on Graham island deacribed as follows:
Commencing at a poat planted tivo miles east
o( Coal Loaae No. 4476, marked C. B. D. S. W.
curnor of Coal Lease No. 3, thence oast 80 chains,
thencu north 80 chaina, thence west 80 chains,
thonco aouth 80 chains to place of commoncement.
DatedSept. 11,1911. C. E. DAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land District���Diatrict of Quoen Charlotte
Take notie* that thirty days from date, 1, C. E.
Daintor of Prince Kuport, B. C-, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Landa for a liconco to prospoct for
coai and petroleum on and under 640 acrna of
land oo Graham laland described as followa:
Commencing at a post planted live miles cast
of Coal Uaso No. 4476, marked C. E. U. S. E
corner Coal Lease No. 4, thencu west 80 chuina,
thence north 80 chaina, thunce east bu chains,
thence south 80 chains to place of commencement.
DatedSept. 11, 1911. C. E. DAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land District���District of Queon Charlotte
Take notice that thirty daya trom date, I, C. E.
Daintor ot Prince Rupert, B. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, Intend to apply lo the Chief Com-
missiuner of Lands tor a licence to prospect (or
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acres of
land on Graham Island described as follows:
Commencing at a poat planted two miles notrh
of atako marked C E. D. Coal Loaae No. 4, marked
N. E. corner C. E. D. Coal Lease No. 6, thence
aouth 80 chains, ihence west 80 chains, thonco
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains to place of
commencement.
DatedSept. 11,1911.    C E. BAINTER, Locatoi
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land Diatrict���Dlatrlcl of Queen Chralotte
Taka notice that Ihirty days from date, I. C E.
Uainter of Prlnco Rupert, D. C, by occupation
boukkovper, intend lo apply to tho Chief Commiasioner of La ids for a licence to prospect (or
coal and prtn Lum on and under 040 acres ot
land on Graham laland described aa followa:
Commencing at a poat planted two miles north
of C. E. D. Coal Lease No. ���*. marked C. E. Dainter
N. W. corner Coal Lease No. 6, thenco south 80
chains, thenco east 80 chains, tbence nortb 80
chains, ibence west 80 chains to place of commencement.
DatedSept. 11,1911.    C. E. UAINTEK .Locator
Pub. Sopt. 23
Skeena Lr.nd Dittrict���Dislrict of Quoen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty daya from date, 1, C. ��.
Uaintor of I'rince Rupert, II. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, Intend to apply to the Chief Commlaaioner of Landa for a licence to prospoct for
coal and petroleum on and undor 040 acroa of
land on Graham Island described as followa:
Commencing at a post planted two miloa nortb
ot C. E. D. Coal Lease No. 3, stake S- W. corner-
Coal Lease No. 7, thence nortb 80 chains, thence
cast 80 chaina, thence south 80 chains, thenco
west 80 chains to place of commencement.
Daled Sepl. 11,1911. C. E. DAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23
Skeona Land District���District of Queen Charlotte
Tako notice that thirty days from data, I. C. E.
Dalntcr of I'rince Ruport, D. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, Intend lo apply to tho Chief Commissioner of Landa for a licence to proapoct tor
coal and petroloum oo and under 640 acroa ot
land on Graham Island described as follows:
Commencing at a post planted two mllea north
of C. E. D. Coal Lease No. 4, marked S. E. corner
C. E. K. Coal Lease No. 8, thenco north 80 chsins,
thence aaat 80 chaina, thence south 80 chaina,
thenco east 80 chains to placo of commoncement.
Dated Sopt.JJ, 1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
coal notice;
LAND PURCHASE NOTICES
Skeona Lund Diatrlot-DUtrict ot Quoon Churlotte   bk��.nko SffldSi' �� ' SSJ*' fVt 6
Take notice that thirty days froni dato, 1,0.1   HuBR  H   C    Jim ,,1'ti    \ I Si SIR.  PsfiHfi
Uaintor of Prineo Kuport, fi. C, by occupation   SPHSfc tiIffifi' ?? SfihltfMPl   P*SfS
bookkeeper, Intund to api.ly lo tho Chief Com-1 ����X(1 Mf PWOhUO tho following
miasionor ol Lunda for u licor.ee to prospect for       Cnmmaneln* nl ��� nml ,,i,.,.   i ..i   ,., ., . a     ti
coal und  potroloum on  and  under 040 litre- ot ' inLtt��      '," "* ft'ffr^tf/iKfcl^JtiS
land on Graham Wund described u_ follow: SJt    ' [',,���,"    1   1 ' "',m-riheusl cornor
Commencing ut ��� post planted two mllos north ' JS ft%j��f^fi^Lfh^A ��Kl!f' IrS
of 0. E. R, Coal l.ou_o No. 8, marked S. E. corno i JJj B�� ��J M- '' *up ";rl" ''u jJ��N| }j*m
0. E. D, Coal UUO Mo. W, thonco north 80 I ^"1 .uf r t ' i ,, iV ', / 1U' S"'ltl1 Brtiff
clmim., thonco west 80 chain, llu-nco south 80 gffijM��W5r�� H.1 ?t ^ ����'��������'ni0iiiJ DO*
chuins, thonco (uul 80 cliuina io pluco of com- ' *)a '.i\' , . Y'��ii
moncoment.  ! 1Mb. Oc-.lU, '   '
Datod Sopt. 11,191
Pub. Sopt. 23.
C. K. BAINTKR, Locator I
LKKOY   F.  GRANT
Gordon Ci hum.fit-ton, Auent
Skeona Land District -Dlatrlcl of Quoon ChgrlotU
Tuku notico thut Ihirty il.r .. from dute, I, C. E.
Uuinlor ot Prineo Kuport, 11. C., by occupation
bookkeeper, Intond lo apply to tin* Gait! Cyin-
misHionor of Lundu lur u liconcu to proapect tor
coul und pulroloum un und untler ti-4U acres of
lund on Graham lalund di-cribid in (ollowa:
Commencing ul a pout i.Untod ono milo north
of C. E. U. Coal U-u.io No. 10, markod C. B, It.
Coal Loose No. to. llioncu north **-** cliuina, thenco
wust 80 chaina, llionco houUi 80 chuina, thencu
fast 80 chuina to pluco of commencement.
DatedSept. 11, 1911. C. B. UAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 2',i.
Skoena Land District���DUtrict of Quoon Charlott
Taku uotice ihut thirty duya from dute, 1, C. i_.
Uainter of Princu Kupurt, U. C, by occupation
bookkoepor, Intend in apply to tho Chiuf Commiasioner of Lands (or a licunco to proapect lor
coul and potroloum on und under tilO ucroa ul
land on Gruhuiti Ulund described us (ollowa:
Commencing nt u post pluntod two mltos north
of C. E. U. Coul Loaso No. 10, murked N. E.
corner C, E. U. Coal Lease No. 16, thonce south
80 chains, thonco weat 80 chains, Ihenco north
80 chaina, thence cast 80 chains to placo of commencement.
Dated Sept. 11, 1911.    C. E. UAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
LAND LEASE NOTICE
Uulla Coolu Land Diatrict���District of Coaat Ranga
8
Tuko noticu thai IL M. CUfl of Dundalk, Ireland, occupation gonUotnan, Intenda to apply tor
permission to leusu iho following doscribod lands:
Commencing at a poat plaulud at the shore
Mar tho N. Bi corner of Lot No. Q, thonoe north
10 chuina, thunce wost 80 chuina more or loaa to
euat buundury of cannery luaao, thuncu following
tho suid euat boundary soulh 40 chaina moro or
less to almro lino, thenoe following aald ahoro
lino easterly *���*��� chains moru or teas to point of
cominoiicomunti   containing  320  acres,  more  or
���
I'ul.il AUL'Uat 31,
Pub. Sept. 30.
1011.
II.  M.  CLIFF
William McN'alr. Agent
skeena Lund District���District of Cout EUnn &
'luko notica that i, Chrtotophtr Jamea Graham
oi Prlnco Kup n, it. c, occupaUon looomotm
enginoar, Intond to appl) lor |iermi-_��iun tu purchuau
tht following doacribed landa
Commencing ul u p**a\ planted ul lhe aotitlt-
wusi corner uf Lm S���. i;,, vlelnlty ot Laka
Utkolae ami markod Cbrlatophar J. uraham
N. Bi i'ort.i", thai woat lo ohalna, Utonoa aouth
80 chuina, thenco ciut IU cl.uiii.-., thenco north bO
chuina lu pint of eommonoamanti contuining
.120 u��.oh, moro nr lit**..
CHRISTOPHER J.\s, QRAHAJI.  Locator
Datad Boni n,mi 11.65 A.M.���WltooaoadT.D
Litird.
Pub. Sept. 30.
Skoena Luml DiNtrict ���District of CttMisr
Taku nolico tiiut U. il. Btewart oi VUoouvari
U.   C,   occuputiun   truckman,   intends  un  spply
for parmi-rion tu purchuau Um rollowlni dooaiooa
lands:
Commencini: at u jioat plantod 10 chuins south
of Pre-emption No. 307 and ."i2 chains eunt from
the Nau River US, W. C.), thence 40 chuina oust,
Ihence 40 chuins north, thenco 40 chuins uust,
thence 40 chuina bouth tu thu point uf commencement to contuin 160 acres more or le*..
RICHARD HOWARD STEWART
Dated Aug. 1911. James T. Fullurton, Agunt
Pub. Sopt. 23.
F. M. DAVIS
AT  DAVIS'
  WAT HOUSE
General Machine Shop and Ship's
Carpentering. Also agents for Fair-
hanks-Morse nml Knox Gasoline
Engines. Gasoline Engines and Accessories carried in stock.
Launch*! and BosU for Hire   N.E. end of Wharf
ication for Charter for a
Railroad
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
application wilt be made to the Parliament of Canada at the next session
thereof, for an Act incorporating a
Railway Company under the nume of
"The Pacific, Trans-Canada and Hudson
Bay Railway Company," with power
to lay out, construct and operate a line
of railway from a point in the Province
of Alberta, at or near the City of Edmonton, thence northerly by the most I pSPjEgKTii'
fttftbte route to, at, or near Athabasca     __    .    __.....   ��� .._  __. , M
,         "          ,.    * '      ' .,.���. __,a _i.,   ���,,_,!, I Skeena Land District���District of Queen Char otte
Landing;    thence   northwesterly   north- Take notice that thirty dsy. from date. I, C. E.
east of   I *     >r   Slavo  Luke  to   \\ abi*ktl Balnter of Prince Rupert, B. C, by occupatiun
nr  Ijinn   River*   thence  northerly  tO  a l -wkkecper, intend to apply to the Chief Com-
nr  -UMMI   iu\tr,    ����""-  "2i_Srsi#  al, 1! miasionor of Lands for a licence to proapect for
twfnt   at  or   near   the   Junction  Of   the ��3 m,i(i ()Ptroloum on and under -MO acres of
Loon   River   With   thc   Peace   River,   or land on Graham laland described aa followa:
at n point  near the junction of the   ,W,S?i8 a_-^JK��P_^,US.S!E
*    11..1. iIl  .1      ti Di*. .   i   i IU Cos   Lease No. 4474, marked (.. E. Uantera
Red River with the Peace River, below1      - _..'..-.. 	
Fort Vermillion on the Peace River;
thence northerly to Fort Smith on the
Slave River: From a |>oint on the said
railroad near its crossing of thc Wabiska
River or the Loon River easterly to
Fort McMurrny on the Athabasca
River; thence easterly along th�� Clear
waler river and Churchill River through
the Province of Saskatchewan to Fort
Churchill or Port Nelson on the Hudson
Bay: From a point on said railroad
near its crossing of the Wabiska or
Loon Itiver, westerly to Peace River
crowing on the Peace River; thence
westerly on the north side of the river
through Laurier Pass to Prince Rupert
or Portland Canal on the Pacific Coast
in British Columbia; with power to
construct and operate telegraph and
telephone and cabin lines for general
public purposes; to carry on, construct,
maintain and operate bouts and ferries
for the purposes of the railway and
other purposes; to acquire and make
use of lands, waterlots, wharves, docks,
dock-yards, sli|��s, warehouses, elevators
and olher conveniences; and with
power to enter into Agreements with
other Companies,
SMITH & JOHNSTON
Solicitors for the Applicants
Daled   at  Ottawa  this   12th  duy of
.September, A. D., 1011. 6w
Skoona Land Dlitrict���District of Queen Charlotte
Tuke notico that thirty days Irom date, I, C. E
Balntor of Prince Ruport, it. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to upply to tlio Chiuf Commlaaioner of Lands for a liconco to prospect for
coul und petroloum on and undur (>I0 acros of
land on Graham Island described ua follows: U|
Commencing ut a post plantud two milos north
of C. E. U. Coal Loaae No. 14, murked N. E.'
corner C. E. B. Coal Lease No 17, thonco aouth
su chaina, thonce wost 80 chuins, thoncu north 80
chains, thonce east 80 chaina to place of commoncomont.
DatedSept. 11, 1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land DUtrict���District ot Quoon Charlotto
Tako notico that thirty days from date, 1, C. E.
Uaintor ot Prince Rupert, B. C, by occupution
bookkeeper, intund to apply to thu Chief Commissioner of Lands for a Licence to prospect for
coal and pelruluum on und under 640 ucroa of
land on liraham Island doscribod as follows:
Commencing at a post pluntod twu miloa north
of C- E. B. Coal Lease No. l'_, marked N. W.
corner C. E. H. Coal Lease No. 18, thence south
80 chains, thencu east 80 chuins, ihonco north 80
chains, thenco wust 80 chains to place of commencement.
DatedSept. 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skoena Land District���District of Queen Charlotto
Take notico that thirty days after date, 1, r. E.
Uaintor of Prince Rupert, U. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, Intund lo apply to tho Chief Commissioner of Landa for a licence to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acres of
land on Graham Island described aa followa:
Commencing at a poat plantod iwo miles north
of C. E. U. Coal Lease No. 13, marked S. W.
cornor C. E. 11. Coal Lease No. 19, thence north
80 chaina, thence oust 00 chains, Ibunco south 80
chains, ihence wost 80 chains to place of commencement.
Dated Sept. 11, 1911.     C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. SepU 23.
Skeena Land District���District ot Queon Charlotte
Take nolice lhat thirty daya from date, 1, C. E.
Bainter of Prince Rupert, B. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intund to apply to thu Chief Commiasioner of Lands for a licenco lo prospect for
coul and potroloum on and under 610 acres of land
on Graham laland described as follows:
Commencing al a post planted two miles norlh
of C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 14, murked S. W.
corner C. E. B. Coal l,easu No. 20, thoncu north
80 chuins, ihuncu wesl 80 chuina, thunce south 80
cbains, thence euat 80 chaina to placu of commencement.
DatedSept. 11, 1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skoona Land Diatrict���District uf Queen Charlotto
Take notico that thirty days alter date. I, C. E.
Bainter of Prince Rupert, B. C, by occupatiun
bookkeeper, intend to apply io lho Chief Com-
mlftaioncr of Landa for a liconco lo prospoct for
coat anil poiroluum on and under 640 acros of
land on Graham laland described aa fullowa:
Commencing at a post planted twu m'.les north
of C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 1 ., marked S. E.
cornor C. E. B. Coal Lease No. 21, Ihence north
80 chaina, thence weet 80 chains, thence aoulh 80
chaina, thenco coat 80 chaina to place of commencement.
Dated SepU 11,1911.     C. E. UAINTER, Locator
Skeena Land DJUict��� Dislrict ot Queen Charlotte
Take nolice thai thirty days from date, I. C. E.
Rainier of Prince Rupert, B. C, by occupation !
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chief Com*,
miaaioner ot Landa for a licence to proapoct for
coal and pelroleum on and under 640 acrus ot
oland on Graham Island doacribod as followa:
Commencing at a post planted two miloa north
of C. E. B. .Coal Loaao No. 16, marked N. E.
cornor C. E. B. Coal Loose No. 22, thence south
80 chaina, ihence west 80 chaina, thonce north 80
chaina, thence east 80 chains lo place of commencement.
DatedSept. 12.1911.    C. E. BAINTER. Locator
Skoona Land District��� Dlalrlct of Coast Range 6
Tuko notice thut Harold E. Smith uf Merely,
Aha., occuputlon station agunt, Intonda to apply
tor permission to purchaie thu following described
lands:
Commonclng at a post planted at the south
went cornor 100 chains cast and 20 chuins north
from N. E. vomer of Lot 1116, Harvey'a Survey
Coast District Rango b, thunce 40 chains east,
thonco 80 chuins north, thonce 40 chaina weat,
ihence 80 chuins aoulh to post of com in cri cement
containing 320 acres, more or leea.
DatedSept. 18, 1911. HARuLD E. SMITH
Pub. Sept. 23. Frud W. Uuhler. Ageo
Skeena Land District���Diatrict of Coaat Rangu &
Take notice that I, Gordon C. Emmvraon of
Prince Rupert, B. C., occupation real ostsie
broker. Intend to apply for permission to purchase the tullowlng desciibcd landa:
Commrncing at a pool planted about 2 3-4
miloa In a northerly direction (rom tho northeast
corner post of Lol 1389, Rango 5, Coaat District,
ihenco north 40 chain*, thenoe west to river
bank, ihence aouth following river bank to point
of commencement; conuining 160 acroa, more or
leaa.
DMed Sept. 9, 1911. GORDON C. EMMERSON
Pub. Oct. 10.
Sk-vnu Land District���Dlatrlcl of Coast Rango V
Take notice that 1, Benjamin A. Ftah of Towner,
N. 1>. occupation merchant, Inlend to apply
for permission to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planled oo the easl
boundary and about live chain* (rom tho aouth-
oaat corner of Lot 4104, thenco north 60 chains,
thence east 30 chains, thence aoulh 60 chaina,
thence woat 30 chains to point of commencement
Dated June 24, 1911. BENJAMIN A. FISH
Pub. July 25. Fred E. Cowoll, Agent
Bella i '.H.l.i Land DUtrict���District of Cout Range
3
Tuke in.i.r.- thut II M t'litl uf Dundalk, Ireland, orrupution gontlurnun, intends lo apply
(or permi-uion to loose lho following described
lunda.
Commencing at a poat planted at the N. E.
corner of di. 33, thence north 20 chains, thence
���rut 40 chaina, thence suuth 20 chains moro or
If ��� to ihoN hue, thenco following tho shore lino
��� .i ��� 40 ohuios moro or loaa lu poinl of commoncement; contuining hU euros, moru or leaa.
Dutud Auguat 31, 1911. H.   M.  CLIFF
Pub. Sopt. 30. William McNair, Agont
Bella C'uola Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Cout Rang
3
Tako notice ihut  II. M. t'lul of Dundalk, Ireland,   occupation   gentleman,   Intends   to   apply
(or   permUfelon   to  lease   lhe  following   duacribud
lands)
Commencing at a post planted at tho N. W.
corner of Uil No. 4, thunce north 40 chaina, thenca
oaat 40 rhaina, thoncu aouth 40 chaina moro or
less to shore line, thencu following ahoru lino
westerly 40 chuins more or less to poinl of commencement; containing 00 acraa, more or loaa.
Dated August 2H, 1911. II.   M.  CLIFF
Pub. Sept. :d'. William McNair, Agent
Bella Coola Land DUtrict-DUtrict ot Coajt Ranga
Take notico that H. M. ClifT of Dundalk, Ireland, occupation gentleman, Intends to apply
for permission to lease lho following doacribed
landa:
Commonclng at a poat planted at the N. W
corner* of Lot 2-2, ihence south 40 chains more
or loss to northern boundary of loaae No. 1 applied
for ny li. M t Ml. thunce following aaid boundary
oast 20 chaina, ihenco norlh 40 chaina, thonce
weat 20 cbaina to point of commencement; containing 80 acrea, mora or leas.
Datod Augual 23, 1911. IL   M.  CLIFF
Pub. Sept. SO. William McNair, Agont
Bella Coola Land DUtrict���DUtriet of Coaat IUngo
a
Take notice that II. M. CliS of Dundalk, Ireland, occupaUon gentleman, intenda to apply
tor perrnbhtlon to loaae the following deacribed
lands:
Commencing at a poet planted at tha S. E
cornor of Lot _.'il. thenca south 40 cbaina mora
or I'--- to northern boundary of Leaae No. 1
applied for by H. M. Cliff, thenco eaal 20 chains
along aaid boundary, thence north 40 chaina,
thence meat 20 chaina to point of commencement;
containing 80 am*, mare or loaa.
Dated August 28, 1911. IL   M.  CUFF
Pub. Sept. 30. William McNair, Agent
COAL   NOTICE
Skeena Land Dutrict ���DUtrict of Quoen Charlotta
Islands
Tako notice lhal Aualin M. Brown of Prince
Rupert, occupation aaddler, intenda to apply to
%���< Ch.of CommLuioner of Landa and Works for
a licence to prospect for coal, oil and petroleum eo
and under the (olio**ing deecribed landa on the
Woat Coast of Graham laland:
Commencing at a poet planted three milea eaat
of the northoaat cornor of C. L No. 4472 thence
80 chaina weou thonc* 80 chaina norih, tbence 80
chuins oaat, thonco 80 chaim south to point of
commencemenu
-��.wu **********   i________________________________r AUSTIN M. BROWN. Locator
Coimneiiciiig at a po.t planted at the aouthwt-al" J^f*1?'1 A"5u-t ***** 1811'
rnnp   iU   ehains  oul   ami   III  rh.lrui   north   fmm I -���b. *Ug. 19-
Skeena Land DUtrict���DUUict of Coast Range 6
Tako nolice that Hiriam Hoy McTavUh ot
Winnipeg, .Man., occupallon barrister, intends
lo apply for |>ormUslon lo purchaao tho following
described lands:
corner 40 chains east and 40 chaina north from
N. E. corner of Lol UK. Harvey'o Survoy Coaat
DUtrict Rango 6, thenct 60 chains oaat, thonce
60 chains north, thence 60 chains west, Ihence 60
chains south to pest of commencement containing
'.'-'��� acres moro or leva.
Dated Sepl. 18, 1911 HIRIAM RUY McTAVlSH
Pub. Sept. 23. Fred W. Bohler. Agent
Skoena Land DUtrict-DUtrict or Coast Range '
Take nolico that Jesae M. Tallman of Coda
V
______________________________________ ____ Cedar
Raptdn, Li.4. occupation lawyer, Intonda to
apply fur permission to purchaa* the folluwing
doscrilied landa:
Commencing at a poet plantod on the southerly
ahore of Kuttymateen Inlet on the right bank
of o amall atream (lowing Into aald Inlet juat easl
of Crow Lake. Thenc* aouth 20 chains, tbenc*
wost 20 chaina more or leea to the ahoro line ot
Crow Lake, thence northerly and eaaterly following lho ahor* linea of Crow Lake, tho Inlet
to Crow Laka and Kutaeymateen Inlet to the
place of commencement, containing forty acraa
more or loaa. Locatod Auguat 7, 1911.
Dated Aug. 9, 1911. JKSSE M. TALLMAN
Pub. Aug. 12.
Skoena Land Diatrict���DUlrict or Coaat Range 6
Tako notice that E. II. G. Miller of I'almoulh
Kng., occupation aurveyor. Inlenda to apply fo
permiasion to purchase the following described
Isn.U:
Commencing at a post planted al tho N. W, Corner of Lol 4 (Ob, ibenco weat 80 chlana, thenoe south
20 chains, Ihenco eaal 80 chains, thence north 20
chaina to tho point ot commencemenl containing
160 acres more or leaa.
Dated August 15, 1911. i:   H. G. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 26. V. M. Miller. Agent
Skoena Land Duirlei-I��Uurlct of Queen Charlotu
Islands
Tako noUe* lhal Austin M. Ilrown of Prinoo
Rupert, occupation aaddler, InUnda to apply to
th* Chief Commissionor ��������� Lands and Works for a
licenc* u proapect for coal, oil and petroloum on
and under the toltownlg described lands on tbo
West Coast ot Graham laland:
Commencing al a pool planted three ml]*a oast
of tho ooutheast corner of C. I- No. 4470 thenc*
north 80 chains, thenoo *a*l 80 chaina, ibence
eoulh 80 chaina, thonc* wast 80 chains to point ot
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN. Locator
Located Auguat let, 1911.
Pub. Aug.TV
Skeena Land DUtrict���Diatrict ot Que*n Charlott*
Take nolice that thirty dan from date, I, C. ...
Uaint. r or IVtnc* Rupert, B. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply lo lh* Chief Com*
inhaioner ot Landa for a licence to proapect for
coal and petroleum oo and under M0 acraa ol
land on Graham laland described aa folio*��
Commenrlng at a post planled two *nllas ncrtk
Tia:.'i northse/t toincf Coal Leaae 446b marked
C. K  U. Coal I-t*.* No. 29, tine ��ouih 80 cbains,
thence w*st 80 cbaina, tbenc* north 80 chains.
thtnr* eait se chains to pohl of commencement:
nntafning 610 arrne more or loss.
Datod Sept. 12. 1911. C. E.  BAINTER
Pub. Oct. 7.
LAND   PURCHASE NOTICE
Skeena Land DUtricl���District o( tj��� . ;i Charlotu
Tuke nolice that thirty daya (rom dale, I, C. E. I skoena Land DUtrict���DUlrict of Coaat IUngo S
Balntor of Prince Rupert, B. C, by occupation I Take notioe that IU F. MUler of Tipton, Eng
bookkoopor, Intond to apply to tho Chief Com- j Und,  occupation   farmer,   ntonda  to  a(>ply  for
misaioner of Lands for a licence to prospect tor
coal and petroloum on and undor blu cares of
land on Graham Island doscribod n* followa:
Commencing at a post planted two milt* north
of C. E. B. Coal Leaao .No 17, marked N. E.
comer C. E. B. Coal Leaao No. 23 thonco soulb
60 chains, thence west 80 chains, thence north
80 chains, thenco cast 80 chaina to place of commencement.
Dated .Sept. 12.1911. C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
fiormlssion  to  purchaaa  the following  deecribed
anda:
Commencing at a post planted about 60 chains
west from the N. W. Corner of Lot 4406, Ihence
north 40 chains, thence weat 20 cbaina, thence
aouth 40 chains, thence east 20 chaina lo the
point of commencement containing eighty acroa
moro or loso.
Dated August 19  1911. IL F. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 20. P. M. Miller, Agont
Skeena Land DUtricl���DUtrict of Cout IUngo &
Take notice that Frank S. Milter or London,
ot Coal Lease No.	
N. E. corner Coal Lease No. 9, tbence eouth 80
chains, thonce west 80 chsins, thenco north 80
chains, thonce east 80 chaina to place of commoncement.
Dated Sept. 11, 1911. C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 2-1.
Skeena Land DUtrlct���DUlrict ot Queen Charlotu
Tako notice thai thirly dava from dato, I, C. E.
Bainter of Prince Rupert, B. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intnd to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Landa for a licence to prospect for
cosl and potroloum on and under 640 acres of
land on Graham Island described oa followa:
Commencing at a poat planted one mile north
of C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 9, marked N. W.
corner C. E. B. No. 10, thonce eouth 80 chains,
thence west 80 rhi.it,*>, thence north 80 chains,
thence rust SO chaina to placo of commoncement.
Dated Sept. 11, 1911. ( . E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land DUtrlct���DUtrict of Queen Charlotto
Take notice that thirty days frnnm date, I, C. E.
Uainter of Prince Rupert, U. CL occupation book,
keener, Intend to apply to Ihe Chief Commiasioner
of Lands for a licence to prospect for coal and
potroloum on and under 640 acrea of land on
Graham Island doacribed as followa:
Commencing at a poat planted two miles north
of C. E. U. Coal Lease No \ marked N. E. corner
of C. E. U. Coal Jacase No. 11, thonce aouth 80
chain*, thonce weat HO chaina, thence north 80
chaina, thenco eaat 80 chaina to place of commencement.
Dsted Sept. II, 1911. C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. SepU 28.
Skoena Land District���District of Queen Charlotu
Take notice that thirty days from date, I, C. E.
Balnter of Prince Rupert, U. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of L.tnd for a licence to prospoct for
eoal antl pctrntrum on and undor 640 acroa of
land on Graham laland de*rri)>ed aa follows:
Commonclng at a post planted two miles north
ot C. E. U Coal Lease No. 7, marked C. K, B.
Coal I -���'��"' No. 12, thonce aouth 80 chaina, thence
east 80 chalnn, tnence north 80 chaina, thonce
west SO chains tn plsce of commencement.
Dated .Sept. 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
_         _ - Pub. Sept. 23.
.Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlott �����_______. __._. **** ���
  lalands Skerna Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Quoon Charlotte
Take notice that Austin M. Brown of Prince ! Tako notice that thirty days (rom daU, I, C. E.
Ruport. saddler. Intends to applv to the Chief I Uaintor of Prlnea Ruport, U. C, hy occupation
Cnmmissloner of Lands and Worka tor o licence , bookkeeper, intond to apply to the Chief Com-
tn prnspocl for coal, oil and petroleum on and I missioner of Landa for a licenco lo proapect for
under the following dmrrlbed lands on tho West i coal and petroleum on and under 640 acres ot
Coast of (iraham island: I land on Graham laland described aa follows:
Commenrlng at a poat planted throo mlleo eaat I Commencing at a post plantod two mllea north
of Ihe northeaat cornor of C. L. No. 4469 thenco   of C^E.JI. Cool Lease No. 7, markod 8. W. corner
COAL NOTICE
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Qucc n Charlott
Take noUce that Ihirty days from date, I, C. E I         	
Bainter of Prince Rupert, B. C, by occupation Eng., occupation civil engineer, Intonda to apply
bookkeeper, iniond to apply to tho Chief Com- for permUaioo to purchase the following deacribod
miaaionor of Landa fur a licence to prospect (or ' Unas:
coal and petroleum on and under^ 640 acre* of I    Commencing at a poat planted al tbo N. E.
Corner of Lot 28, thenco north 20 chaina, thonc*
^^^^^^^        E. B. Coal  Uase
east to point of; chaina, tl
^^^^^^ | chains, thence weat
m^^m AUSTIN M. UROWN, Locator   mencement,
Located August laU 1911. 0��Icm1 Sept. 11
Pub. Aug. lV I Pu��>. S��pt. 21.
commencement.	
,1911.
No.  19, thonce north 80
na,  thenco aouth  8C
chaina to placo ot com
C. E. BAINTER, Locator
land on Graham laalnd doscribod as follows:
Commencing st a |toat planted iwo miloa north
of C. E. II. Coal Lease No. 18, markod N. W.
cornor C. E. U. Coal Loaao No. 24, thence south
80 chains, thonce eaat SO chaina, thonce north
80 chains, thenco west 80 chaina to placo ot commencement.
Datod Sept. 12, 1911.     C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und District���DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Take nutico that thirty daya from date, 1, A. T
Broderick of Prince Rupert, B. C, by occupation
bank manaeor, iniond to apply to the Chief Commlaaioner of Unda for a licenco to prosi>cct for
coal and prtroleutn on and under G40 acres of
land on (iraham Island described as followa:
Commencing at a post plantod two milea norlh
of C. E. B. Coal Uaso No. 17, marked S. W.
corner A. T. U. Cual Uaso No. 25, Ihonco north
80 chaina, thonce oaat 80 chains, thenco south 80
chaina, thonce weat 80 chaina to place of commoncement.
A. T. BRODERICK, Ucaior
Dated Sept. 12,1911. C. E. Balntor, Agent
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeona Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Quoon Charlotto
Tako notico that thirty daya from date, I, A. T.
Rrodcrick of Prince Rupert, B. C., by occupation
bank manager, Intond to apply tn lho Chief Commissioner of Unda for a licenco lo pros|��ect for
coal and pelroleum on and under 610 cares vi
land on Graham lalantl dearribml tu followa;
Commencing at a poat plnatnd two milea north
of C. E. B. Coal Uase No. 20, markod S. E.
corner A. T. B. Coal Uase No. 26, thonoe north
80 chains, thence weat 80 chains, thonce south
80 chains, thence cast 80 chaina to place of common cemonU
A. T. BRODERICK, Ucator
Dated Sept. 12,1911. C. E. Balnter, Agont
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und DUtrict���DUtrlct ot Quoon Charlotte
Take notice that thirty days from date, I. A. I.
llroderick of Trfnce Rupert, B. C, by occupation
hank managor, Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lantla for a licenco to prospect (or
coal and petroloum on and undor 010 acres o(
land on Graham laland doacriho.1 as follows:
Commencing at a post planted two milos north
of C. E. It. Coal Uaae No. 21, marked S. E
comer of A. T. It. Coal Uaso No. 27, thonce
west 80 chaina, thence north 80 chains, thonco
oast 80 chaina, thenco toulh 80 chains to place
of commoncement.
A. T, BRODERICK. Ucator
Dated Sept. 12, l.'ll, C. E. Bainter, Agont.
Pub. SepU 23.
SKeca Und District���Diatrict ot Queon Charlott,
Take notice that thirty davs from <*���������������*. I, C. E
Balntor of Prlnco Ruport, B. ('., by occupation
bookkoepor, Intond to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of Landa for a llronro to prospect (nr
coal and pr roleum on and under 6JO ucres ol
land on Grabam Islund doscribncl oa followa:
Commencing nt a port planted at tho smithwofil
comer of Cosl Uase No. 416H marked C. I. I)
('oal I.e.'. ���" No. 28, thence norlh KO chains, thenco
woat 80 chaina, thence aouth 80 chains, thonco
east 80 chalnn to point ot commoncomenl covering
all foreshore Tlahn Point.
Datod Sept. 12, 1911. C. E.  BAINTER
Pub. Oct 7.
20 chaina,  thence south 20 chains,  thonc*
east 20 chains to point of commencement, containing 40 acres more or leaa.
Dated Augusi 1G, 1911.       FRANK S. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 2G. P. M. Miller, Agent
Skeona Und DUtricl -DMrict of Coa��t Range r.
Take notice that Utile McTavUh of Vancouvor,
occupation married woman, Inlenda to apply
for permission to purchaae the following described
lands:
Commencing at a pott planted at the north*
wost corner luO chaina east snd 20 chains north
from N. E corner <���' Ut 1116, Harvey's .''ur W
Coast District Range 5, ther.ce 20 cha.ns south,
thonce SU chaina easl, thenre SO chaina norih,
thonce 40 chaina west, thonc* 60 chaina aouth,
thonco 40 chains west to poat ot commencement
dnntaining ."" acre* more or lose.
DatedSept. IH. 1911. LOTTIE  McTAVlSH
Pub. Sept. 23 Frad W. Bohler, Agent
Bella Coola Und DUtrict-Diitrlct of Coast !Unge
8
Tako nolice that If. M. Cliff of Dundalk, Ireland, occupation gentleman, Intends to apply
for peniii-iini to loots the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the shore
of Neclectsconnay River a twit 10 chaina west
of Indian Unserve Lino .thonco wool '<<<��� chama
following the channel of Neclecuconnay River,
thonce snulh 80 chaina more or lean to channel
of Itella Coola Hiver, thence following channel
of Bella Coola River easterly 60 chains, north
HO chains mnre nr loaa to point of commencement;
containing 4MJ arrns, moro or leaa.
Datad August 2H, I-ii. II.   M    CLIFF
Puh. .Sept. 80. William McNair, Agont
Skoena Und DUtrict���Dutrict of Caoalar
Toka   notlc*   that   Chariea   William   Ham   ol
Vancouver, B. C. occupation inspector. Intenda
to apply for permission to purchas* tb* following
doscrilvod lands:
Commencing al a post planted at tho confluence of lllackwater river with Um Naaa rivar
aboul t*n mdea south from the siatb Dominion
Telegraph cabin. Post marked C. W. If S. W.
Corner, thence HO chaina north, thonc* 80 chain*
eaaU thonc* 80 chaina eouth, thenoa HO chaina
wost to poinl ot commencement, containing 040
acre* mor* ot !���*_��.
CHARLES WILLIAM   HAM
Datod September 23.1911.
Pub. Nov. 2.
Skeena Und DUtrict-Dutrict of Caaaiar
Tak* notice lhal Thomas Arthur Whit* of Vancouver, B. C. occupatiun carpenter, inunda to
apply   for  permission   io  purchaae  tb*  following
deecribed  landa:
Commencing at a post plsnted al tb* confluence of lllackwater river with Nsas river, aboul
two mile* south of Ihe siatb Dominion Telearsph
cabin. Post marked T. A W. S. L Cornar, thenc*
80 chaina north, ihenc* HO chains w**t, th*nc* HO
chains south, ihenee 00 chains east to poinl of
commencement, contsining 640 arms more or les*.
THOMAS ARTHUR WHITE
Dated Sept. 23, 1911.
Pub. Nov, 2,
Skoena Und DUtrict -Diatrict of Caaaiar
Take notice that  Angus Janwa   XtcKenale of
Vancouver, It. ('., occupation bookkeeper, Intodnna
to apply for permission lo purchaa* th* following
descnljod Isnds:
Commencing al a post plantod at the confluence of Ulackwatcr river with Naaa river, about
two mllea aouth from the sialh Dominion Telegraph
cabin. Post marked A. J. M. N. W. Cornor,
ihenee "*> chaina south, tbenee 80 chain* aaat
thenee ���*-����� chains north, thrnce HO ehalna waat
to poinl of commencement, containing 640 acraa
more or loaa.
ANOL'S JAMES McKENZIE
Dated Sepl. 23, 1911.
Pub. Nov. 2.
.Skeena Und DUtrict-Dutrict of Caaslar
Take notice tha*.  Herbert  McUnnan of Von-
j couvrr. It. (*., occupation real ealate agent, Intonda
to apply for permiaaion to purchaae the following
' di-K-nlwd  lands:
Commencing al a post plsnted at Ihe con-
I ttuence of lllackwater river with the Naaa river
about two miles eouth of the slsth Dominion
Telegraph cabin. Post marked II. M. N. E.
Corner, thenc* 80 chains south, thence 80 chaina
west, thence 80 chaina north, thenie 80 chains
east to point of commencement containing 640
i acrea mora or b***.
Skeena Und District-District of Coast Range 6 ��� Dated Sept. 23, 1911       HERBERT McLENNAN
Take notice that  Herbert  J.  Mackie ot  Pern-j pub. Nov. I.
broke,  Ont.,  occupation  lumberman,   Intonda  lo
apply tor permiaaion  to purchaao the following
deecribed landa:
Commencing at a post plantod on the left bank
of the Zymo-ioiti or /.lm-a-gnt-Hi River, at aouth-
���**���'��� -t cornor ni Ut 1706, thence northerly, following
the westerly boundary of Ut 1706, 80 chaina
more or less, to the nnrlhweat orner of aald Ut
1706. thonce wniterly and anutherly, (ollowing
tho left bsnk nf aald river, 80 chains mnre or leaa to
point of commencement ConUining 160 OfTao
more or Inm.
l.-'-i'f-l  August  19,  1911.
Dated August 21, 1911.     HLIllil.lt I .1   M \<  h IL
Pub. Aug 26. Frederick S ClemenU, Agont ;
Skeena Und Dittrict���Dislrict of Coast Rsnge ft
Tako notice lhat I, Thomaa McClymont of
Prince Rupert, B. C, occupation real eaUU
broker, Intend to apply for permlasion to purchase
the following dtwerfbed landa:
Commencing at a pout planted at tho 8- W.
torner of pre-emption record 412, thenco oral 80
chaina. Ihenee aoulh 40 chaina, thenco woat 80
chains lo shore of lake, thenco following sbora
of lake in a northerly direction to point ol commencement; containing 320 acraa, more or loo*.
Dated Sept, 6, 1911. THOMAS McCLYMONT
Pub. SepU 9. Erenoal Colo, Agont
Skeenu Laml Diatrict-District of Caaslar
Tak�� notico that I, Thomaa Carter, nf PrinM
Ruport, occupation carpenter,  Intend  to apoty
for oermlssbm to purchaso tho following desalted land.
OoRUntfMlM nl a DMl planted ib-Mt OU mile
south from the mouth of Fulls rrrek nnd ub mt
IM) foot bark from ih" beach, thonce mi ehains
north, thence 40 chains west, thonce ��*() ehains
south, thence oust 40 chainatopoinluf commence*
I ment, containlnK 320 acres more or leaa.
THOMAS CARTER.
Dated July 7th, 1911.    Chariot Webster Calhoun,
Pub. Aug. Mb. Auent.
Skeena Und DUtrlct���DUlrict ol Coaat Rango r.
Take notice that Benjamin Ruaeel Rice ot
Prince Rupert, B. C, occupation waltor, Intenda
to apply for permiaaion to purebaaa tho following
described landa:
Commencing at a poat planted ftf> chaina south
from the southeast corner of Lot 3060. post
marked B. It. R S. E. Corner, thenco 70 chatna
i woat, Ihence 6E�� chaina north, thence 70 ehalna
oaat, thence 66 chaina aouth to poinl ot commencemenl, conUining 456 acrea mor* or loaa.
BENJAMIN  HUSSEL RICE
Dated October 21,1911.
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Baseball players in thc major
leagues will not be permitted to
������xi Into vaudeville ilurii g tlu- offseason, neither will they be allowed to do newspaper work mi
world- baseball games, if a resolution prepared by Augutt .Wrr-
Iman, chairman of the national
commission, passes that 1kk1>*. At
the next ineetii tf of the commission he win Introduce tlie resolution, He believes that critici in
by fellow players for newspapers
1 has hail a bad effect on the game,
because of the ill feeling aroused
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Lightweight Champion Ad Wolgast aid Matt Well*., lightweight
champion  of  England,  are  not
likely to engage in a boxing con-
test accordii g to a message received
from Tom Jones, Wolgast's manager. Here is what Jones has to
say on the subject: "After much
wrangling and a trip to New York,
I am at last convinced that Matt
Wells, English lightweight champion, does not want any of Wol-
gast's game. I conceded every
point to him, weight, etc., also
accepted terms of two clubs in
New York, but they could not
induce Wells o listen to any
reasonable proposition, which plain
ly shows us lie don't want to meet
Wolgast. We will pay no more
attention to Wells but will lx-
ready to meet Packey McFarland
or any one the public may select.
match decided by a knockout
shall be Illegal in Great Britain.
Tin* announcement is the result
of a question put to the home
office by Mr* Biirgoyne, who sought
to allay ihe nervousness of proprietors of halls who had refused
to take iiii the Wells-Moir light
because of the experience of the
lesst i* "i Earl's Court in the Wells-
Johnson affair, The home secretary said his position was affected
li*.-!. by aj y action on ihe part of
Wii .-'mi Churchill- his predecessor,
in the Karl's Court case than by
ilir action of the high court in
ihe matter. The law was, "If the
object and intent of the combatants be to Subdue each other
by violent blows until one could i
endure it no longer the contest was |
illegal. On the other hand a
sparring match wherein the object
was to win by skill and not by
severity of Injuries Inflicted, was
lawful." The difficulty was ii
ascertaining whether any contest
could lie kept within the law.
This depended, not merely upoj
the rules for the fight, but the
manner in which it was conducted.
A match arranged under legal
rules might degenerate into r.
prize fight and in view of court's
decision in the Earl's Court case
the landlords were well advised
to take steps to ptotect themselves.
ALI WOOL
OVERCOAT
TO MEASURE SM
CARRIAGE AND DUTY PAID.
eMoif Wonderful Ttllorlag
Creation of the Ctniury.
Perfect Style. Perfect Gut,
Perfect Finish Perfectly Trimmed.
London, .Now 10.���Thc home
secretary, Reginald McKenna, has
laid down ihe law that any boxing
The Winnipeg Griin exchangi
congratulates the Duke of Cor-
raught ujX'ii "landing in thc bread
basket" of the empire. Let's see,
wasn't that where Fitssimmoi *
laj ded on Jim Corbett on ai
historic occasion at Carson City?
Who s Their Hilditch?
An expenditure of $25,000,000
for irrigation is planned by thi
Cuban corgress.
Curzon Bros , the famous London
tailors, are malting die above wonderful offer as a special inducement
to those resident in
Canada who have
not been in the
babitof purchasing
their clothing (rom
tha Old
Country,
the only
sensible
method of
purchase
available to
those resident in
Britain's
Colonies.
The Mother
Country
specialises
in clothes
production,
and we
specialise in
the home
country's
speciality.
Curzon
Bros, know
what tailoring is. Why not avail
yourself of our knowledge.
"Thirt't Comfort in the Curion Cut"
SEND POST CARD FOR FREE PATTERNS
which will be forwarded free from
our distributing Agents in Canada, as
below. Together with patterns we
send you fasti ion-plates and complete
instructions for accurateself-measure-
ment and tape measure We fit you,
no matter �� here yon Inc. or refund the
full amount of your purchase money.
ONS   SILVER   AND  TWO   COLD
MEDAL    AWARDS.
K* .,1 our un, ,-ie h t of unsolicited le.tl-
nimu-L.      0.10,000   forfeited   if   not
*ALL WOOL OVERCOAT
TO MEASURE 19.38.
..-! lrr- s t at P.ilenri
Ct��7(H   MS. c ��� 111. .-.'1UGNM >TNS CUTE
ii,       in jw-gM a... imm, mag*
FROST AND WATER MAINS
Colonel Davis Assures Citizens
That Mains and Hydrants
are not Frozen, and are Fully?
Protected.
City Engineer Davis wishes to
remove from the minds of residents
across Hays Creek, and of citizens
generally, the misapprehension
that "the mains are frozen." This
is not the case. The city engineer
has had his water officials on the
job lor.g before the sudden frost
spell, and has their assurance
now that not a single water main
all over the city, nor any hydrant
is sealed by frost. As for the
stand pipes over the creek, which
some residents there complain are
frozen, the city engineer has ascertained that no levy of any kind
has been made upon these residents for thsee stand pipes, and
the leats the citizens using them
might do is to protect them from
the frost. The city engineer is
certain that no mains will freeze
this winter owing to the extra
precautions he has had taken.
The Paper    THE
"DAILY
NEWS"
for
Your Home!
It gives you all the news of your own city and district aa well aa the principal happenings
in all parts of the world. The news is well edited, ita news columns are clean and wholesome. It is a paper yoi need in your home. The advertising columns of the News bring
ygu.in_touch with opportunities for getting the full value for your money. :      :      :      :
Bill Heads
Price Lists
Memorandum Forms
Commercial Cards
In  Commercial Printing
we have a Urge slock of
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Forms   for   loose
Leaf System
Letterheads
Stock Certificates
Articles of Association
Illustrated Pamphlet.
SMITH & MALLETT
THIRD AVE.
Plumbing, Heating, Steamfittingand
Sheet Metal Work
OfHea��: 3rd An. Workshop:
I'hone 171 |s| As*., bat. 7th and Sth Sts.
New
Knox
Hotel
HESNER ���& BESNER,   Proprietors
; Th. New Knoa H-,la*l j. run on the Eumpasan
plan. Ffrat-claa. Mrrlc All HM Latest Meidern
Improvement.. ���:-:- BEDS 60c UP
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
jj> ...Whites Portland Cement*.
0. C. EMMERSON
AGENT
Phone 125       Nairn Block       Scrawl An
Forjociety printing, we ensure correctness of style and taate in Visiting Cards, Wedding
Invitations and Dance Programmes. For any kind of printing from the humble "dodger"
to the highest grades of multi-color printing consult the "News Job"      :      :      :      :
Daily News Building
PHONE   98
Third Ave
PHONE   98
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Windsor Hotel
FIR8T AVENUE AT EIGHTH STREET
Newly Knmishrel and
Steam Heated Rooma
A  FIRST   CLA3S BAR   AND   DINING
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATES 50 CENTS AND UP
BATHS   FltKB  TO   GUESTS
W. H. Wriflii, Prop       r.o. box 3?
HAYS CREEK SEWER
Scheme Proposed is not Complete Trunk Sewer Yet. Will
be After Dry Dock is Further
Advanced.
Plans of the proposed new trunk
sewer to be constructed along
the line of Hays Creek are on view
at the City Hall today. The work
which is to cost 175,000 involves
the building of sewers from a
point near No. 8 Comox avenue,
to the temporary outfall not far
from where the salt water meets
fresh in Hays Creek. Later on
the plans include the laying of
sewers from that temporary outfall to the sea, but until the new
dry dock and ship yards are more
advanced in construction this part
of the work must be deferred.
There is also an extension provided for lm dw.irds aloig Comox
avenue a good deal farther that
the present planned construction
goes.
Mrs. Fortune Dead
The death occurred at the Hospital Thursday afterr.oon of Mrs.
Emma Fortune, wife of Gilbert
Fortune.
The interment will take place
next week at Garden Island. Rev.
F. \Y. Kerr will officiate.
Mr. and Mr . F. H. Harrisor
went south by the Prince Rupert
yesterday.
Rupert South Bound
Fifty first class and a number of
second cla s passengers went out
by the Prir.ce Rupert >esterday.
Last Warning
Thc new telephone directory is
going to press and all those who
desire any charges must attend to
this matter at once.
Dance
A most successful dance was
given by J. S. Gray Thursday
evening in thc Mclntyre Hall.
About thirty couples turned out
despite the cold weather.
Fool the children while you can, for
they'll soon grow up and know you
ior a mere man.
McCaffery & Gibbons
Real Estate Offerings:
Lots 23 and 24, Block 23, Section 1,
graded, ready for building $30,000.
Lot in Section 1, 84 feet frontage, with
new house,  $3200.    $1000 cash,  6,
12 and 18 months.
Two lots on Fifth Avenue, Section 6,
$2100 the pair.
LoU 15 and  16, Block 4, Section 6,
$1260 each.   Good terms.
Lot 8, Block 9, Section 6, $1160.
Double   comer   on   Seventh   Avenue,
Section 6, $1800.
Two fine harbor view lots or Borden
Street for $3150 the pair.  Good terms.
Corner Lot on Eighth Avenue, Section
6, $976.
LoU 15 and 16, Block 12, Section 6,
$4000 the pair.
Lot 7, Block 20, Section 6, $1900, one-
half cash.
Two lots on Seventh Avenue, 50 feet
from McBride Street.   $1400 each.
LoU 14 and 16, Block 12, Section 7.
$1200 the pair.
Lots 3 and 4, Block 22, Section 7. $650
each, easy terms.
LoU 40 and 41, Block 6, Section 7.
$1100 the pair.
Several cheap loU on easy paymenU in
Section 8.
Four room house with excellent harbor
view, large lot, $1760.    $760 cash,
balance $60 per month.
FARM LANDS
We have selected lands in KiUumkalum,
Lakelse and Bulkley Valleys. We
have a special offering in choice lands
at $7.00 per acre, title guaranteed,
one-fourth cash. We can sell this
in blocks of from 120 to 2000 acres.
Information furnished to prospective
settler*.
-IN8URANCE���
McCaffery & Gibbons
THIRD  AVBNUI
TO CURE
COUGHS f~
&COLDS ���**���>
Mathieu's Syrup
ol far aad Cod Liver Oll
not only stops a cough but cures
it. Its tonic and restorative
properties enable the system to
permanently throw off a cold.
35c for large bottle.
Sold everywhere.
]. I, MATH I Hi; CO., Prop*      6HERBK00KR.
MATHIEUS SYRUP
COO   LIVER  OIL.
When in   Vancouver   You  Should   Stay at the
CARLTON HOTEL
Finest Cafe in B.C.     European Plan.    Rates $1.00 to $2.50 por day.
Hot and Cold Water in each room.
CORNER   CORDOVA   AND   CAMBIE   STREETS
Vancouver, B.C.
���YOUR FOOD WILL BE WELL COOKED ON A���
Crown Favorite Cooking Stove
Price from $45 to $58. Other Stoves from $16.
WE   HAVE   ALL   YOU   NEED    IN    BUILDERS'    HARDWARE
THOMPSON HARDWARE COT
3���comJ Atmih*
Tetrpheltt 10
KAIEN HARDWARE COMPANY
THIRD ANENUE
Builders' Supplies
Plumbers' Supplies
I'ainU
Oils
Varnishes
P.O. DRAWER 1624
HARDWARE
PHONE Xo. 3
Sheet and Plat.Clam
Plate iJl.i - Mirror.
Stoves, Ranges
Tinware
Granitewara
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The Prince Rupert Hardware and Supply Co.
HAVE A
Complete Line of
HEATING and COOK
STOVES
FROM
$1.50 to $100.00
WE ARE  AGENTS   FOR
THE FAMOUS MAJESTIC
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Prince Rupert Hardware and Supply Company
THIRD AVENUE
PHONE 120
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HOTEL   ELYSIUM
Sid. Sylte*,, Manager
The Finest, Newest and Most Up-to-date Hotel in Vancouver.
Excellent Cafe. Moderate Prices.
1142 Pender Street West
Phone 8600.
Vancouver, B.C.
The Graham Island Oil Fields, Limited
CAPITAL STOCK $1,000,000
We are offering for sale a very limiUd
amount of shares of stock at 26c per share;
par value $1.00. These shares are going
quickly and will soon be oft* the market    :   :
THE MACK REALTY & INSURANCE COMPANY
SELLING AGENTS
1(N��MI
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Tlie Besl
Procurable.^*.*** Absolutelypur*.
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LYNCH BROS.
General Merchandise
Largest Stock
j   Lowest Prices in Northern B. C.
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SAMUEL HARRISON
INilTAHY  I'llBl-IC)
V. F. O. GAMULE
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Real Estate and Stock Brokers
APPROVED AGREEMENTS FOR SALE PURCHASED
Prince Rupert
and
Stewart
It Is The Trained Man or Woman
Who Rises to the Top of the Ladder!
To fit your son or daughter for a business   career you must give
them a business training.   The best place to send them to is the :
Nanaimo Business College
G.T.P. Weekly Service
S.S. Prince Rupert
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
M$*
mm
Fridays, at 8 a.m.
S.S. PRINCE JOHN
For Port Simpson  Naas and Stewart,
Wednesdays at 1 P. M.
For Masset and Naden Harbor every
alternate   Thursday   at   10   P.   M.
commencing November 9th.
For   Skidegate,   Jewday,   etc.    every
alternate   Thursday   at   10   P.   M.
Commencing November 2nd.
 , .
THE COSY CORNER -
DEVOTED  PRINCIPALLY   TO  THE INTERESTS  OF  WOMEN
^1 �����ll-fclS-fcll^ll"fcH"fcl1~fctl ���>ll%l|i%ll^  n ��_i^l��_||��_n
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Thla ia a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to aubjecta of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to ita columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
A RAINY DAY OUTFIT
Hardly Needed of Course in
Prince Rupert, but Handy to
Know About.
Railway service to Vanarsdol, mixed
trains from Prince Rupert Wednesdays and Saturdays 1 P. M., returning
Thursdays and Sundays 4 P. M.
On your Christmas visit East travel
via the Grand Trunk Railway System
from Chicago.   The finest and best
service over Double Track Route.
Connections with all roads East and
West.    Atlantic Steamship bookings
arranged..    Full information and
tickets obtained from the office of
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER AGENT
A
The World's
Greatest Highway : :
Let us plan
YOUR TRIP EAST
or to Europe.   We like to answer enquiries.    Agent for oil Atlantic
lines.   Call on or write
J. G. McNab
General Agenl
Savoy Hotel
Cor. Kra��.T and 6II1.        Chole-e Win.-, and Cigar.
RUPERT'S   PALACE    OF    COMFORT
PBHMIBi
It is the nearest business
college to Prince Rupert.
It's fees arc within reach
of everyone. Its tuition is
personal, and develops thc
individuality of the pupil.
Room and board is cheap
in Nanaimo. The pupils
arc away from the distractions of the larger citiea   :
���Mm
On ikoilki- cmtm i-l-a lulM il
The Ben Pitman System of
Shorthand
Business English and Letter writing
Commercial Arithmetic
Office Routine
Spelling
Typewriting
Penmanship
It May Meu all lhe Difference Between Success and Failure lo You
Ask at Daily News forour booklet teaching how to write shorthand
THE NANAIMO BUSINESS COLLEGE
C. E. Peny, Principal Nan,im0' BC
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members of the order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
J. P. CADE. N. G.
J. GLUCK. Sec.
Every girl who goes daily to
business should possess a rainy-
day outfit���that is, a special raincoat and skirt that she wears
only when the weather is hopelessly
wet.
Thc rainy day skirt, of course, is
short and quite plain, whatever
the prevailing fashion may be.
With it is worn a neat white
shirtwaist.
Instead of petticoats a pair of
bloomers are more convenient.
The raincoat can be made at
home from a good pattern, and
must have as its material a crav-
enette waterproof cloth.
This, with care, should last for
at least four years.
For the skirt, buy a remnant
of serge���either black or some
dark shade and band the hem with
leather, which can be bought to
match the shade of thc fabric.
If rubbers are objected to on the
score of ugliness, very nice sandals
or overshoes are to be had at little
cost.
The nicest gloves to wear on
rainy days are thick cotton ones
that look like shamois.
With this outfit choose a plain
little toque or felt, and wear over
it a washable motor veil, which
will help to keep the hair tidy in
PONY EXPRESS
SVBTEMATla: HBSOHAMTV' IIRI.IVKRV BSSVIOI
l!,ia*i-:i,-,-. Striniii.. untl  i'orwiirtliii-i Atfonts.    Far
Hilts at Mntrjr Cur iluy ur night
Smcnttl Ave*, uml l-'ultu
Phono 301
To remove stubborn rust spots
from steel, pul oil and quicklimeI
on and leave it on for several clays.
Then rub wiih oil and rotten tsone.
A good cleanser for hardwood
Is to wash it with a dean flannel
wet in turpentine and rub lightly
afterward with boiled linseed oil.
Arrowroot is excellent for thisk-
enlng sauces made of fruil juices,
as it neight clouds the mixture
nor destroys the flavor of the fruit.
Most modern brasswars is lacquered and needs only to be Wiped
off with a damp cloth. Work
quickly and do not let the syrfaee
get ewt.
A perofrated rubber mat is
almost an essential when the drain
board of the sink is of porcelain.
It saves many an ugly chip on the
fine china.
Bric-a-brac should be carefully
dusted before being washed in hot
water or soapsuds, in which a
little ammonia has been dissolved.
A little muriatic acid added to
the rinsing water afler a blue or
white fire rug is scrubbed Willi
soap and water will help to restore
the color.
The small jars in which candy
sometimes comes should be saved
for picnic use and lunches, as they
are excellent for carrying salad
and sauces.
Do not wash colored fabrics in
the same water With white ones.
This especially holds good if one
happens to have table linen with
colored borders.
HOWE & McNULTY
GENERAL HARDWARE
Stoves and Ship
Ranges   ,,������������.���.   Chandlery
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second avenue and Third street
Over WeBtenhaver Bros.' Ofllce.
MUNRO  &  LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS ��� :���  AUDI10R8
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
Prine* Rupart P.O. Box 361
fi
Birks' Ecclesiastical I
Department        I
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All Cash
WILL BUY
LOTS BLOCK    SECTION PRICE
14, 16, 16 28 6 $626 ea.
M and 34 2 8 $800 pr.
14, 15, 16, 17    47 8 $260 ea.
17 and 18 28 8 $800 pr.
40 and 41 28 8 $800 pr.
' Call at our office and see other bargains
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
Second Ave, Prince Rupert, B.C,
....PREPARE FOR ���E WINTER...^^
Great assortment of
UNDERWEAR
for men. women, women and children
SEE MY LIST
FOR RIGHT PRICES
AND
EASY TERMS
....MONEY TO LOAN	
..SllitS    and  OverCOatS  for  DOyS..   j    pre. Ufe, Acddeal aad Uability Insaraace
JOHN DYBHAVN
in many styles and fabrics
ics that will please  the  little  fellows and stand
thc wear and tear
Raincoats
In allsi.es, and many kinds for mon, women and children
firl's Dresses
����� *-*.... -^j^^^^^'l
JABOUR BROS.
i2sn��i��..����    -mw**!*****     nmwm
Box 757
Read The Daily News
And Get All the News
BOYS!
START IN BUSINESS
Sell the Daily News.
It's the easiest and quickest way of earning money
of your own.     Apply at
the    news    orriCE
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is prepared to supply churches in all parts of British Columbia.
With altar furnishings and communion services in either silver or
brass. Communication from Churches will receive our immediate
and closest attention. Our illustrated booklet describing these
goods will be mailed to the address of the enquirer. Our 1912
catalogue has been already mailed. This book will help and solve
your Christmas gift problems.
Henry Birfe & Sons, Ltd.
Jewellers and Silversmiths
Shoes..
MADE AND
UK PAIRED
ALFRED CARSS,
of III lllsli I*..I,mil,111
and Munltaiba Uars.
JOHN CURRIE
.HECOND AVKNL'i:
I'll I Ml   RCFKUT
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Ifred. stork \
j -General Hardware��� 1
I 	
��� Builders'  Hardware |
^ Valves _ Pipes      Oxford Stoves *
Graniteware       Tinware a
C. V. IIKNNETT, B.A.
of 11C. 1 inlariei, See-
kalchewan   and Al-
MttaaBss
CARSS ft BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc
i*-Exchange block, e-.irne-r Third avenue and
Suth str.-l. I'i iii.t> Ruuert. u
,, SECOND -  AVENUE
TO LET
Flal in Rund Block, corner Sixth Avenue
and Fulton Street.
Also stores in same block.
Two cottage; cori.e.- Second Avenue and
Ninth Street.
FOR SALE
Lot? in all pi.rt-i ol the city.
FIRE  INSURANCE
We represent some ol the largest Companies doing business in the City.
C. D.^AND
Second Ave. Phone 112
WE BUY EVERYTHING
We Pay Highest Pricea
for Brass, Copper, Lead,
Rubber   Boots,   Solder,
Dross and Bottles
Prince Rupert Cash Store
735 THIRD AVE.
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., D. D.S.
Dentist.
JCrown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All il.-nti.l operation* skilfully treated. Gaa and
local anaslhetle-s administered for the painlea. extraction uf teeth. Consultation free. Offices:
llelxvrson Block, l'nnce Rupert. 11-12
Aim.M.Man.,,,, ii * .    W.E.WIIIIama.s.A..UL.D
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Bnrristere, Solicitors, etc.
Box 286
Prince Rupert, B.C
p. o. BOX 2S
I'RINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
runt or wu. roxoN, nt... UhAJLs i-on.. xtna
GEORGE LEEK & CO.
MERCANTILE   AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Fire, Life and Accident Insurances.
618 3rd Avenue Phone 2113 and Green:
PRINCE RUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS *  SADDLERY  MANUFACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. betweten 10th and 11th Su
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND Ave.
HASTINGS & GRANVILLE STS.
VANCOUVER
iiDioi-'i-t.''i',i-:i..'xqr'
H^Cg^i^^Jw��:G:S:��i?��;��S
place.
Shoes are preferable to ties in
rainy weather, but if ties are worn
a pair of gaiters serve to guard
thc ankles from wet.
Cake Icing
A delightful icing for cakes
can be easily made by melting one-
fourth of a cake of chocolate in
four tablespoonfuls of sweet milk.
When cool work in one cup of
powdered sugar which has been
sifted twice. This icing will keep
moist.
The soft, velvet cushion, such
as is used to keep a man. --ilk
hat in condition, is equally satisfactory for a woman's hat, whether
velvet of rfelt.
NEW FLEET FOR FRANCE
Proposed to Spend Nearly Three
Hundred Million to Make
Her Naval Power.
Mock Angel Food
One cup milk, one cup flour,
one cup sugar, two teaspoons
baking powder, pinch salt, whiles
of two eggs, beaten stiff. Heat the
milk to boiling point, stir other
ingredients together several times
(four or five) and stir into hot milk,
then fold into this thc whites of
two eggs, already beaten. Do not
flavor cakes or grease pan, but
flavor icing.
Potato Puffs
Take cold potatoes, mash, season with melted butter, salt, pepper
and a little onion; omit onion if
not liked. Roll in little balls
and then in beaten egg and then
in cracker crumbbs, put in wire
basket and hold in boiling lard :���
minute, or just long enough to
brown; pul in oven a few minutes
and they puff up and are delicious.
Garnish with parsley.
Date Cake
One pound dates stoned and
shredded, one-half pound English
walnuts, three eggs, one cup flour,
one teaspoon baking powder, one
cup sugar, one teaspoon vanilla.
Beat eggs separately, then together, add sugar, vanilla, and flour
then dates and nuts. Bake forty
minutes in moderate oven.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Paris, France, Nov. 10.���France
is planning the re-organizattoq of
the fleet and the proposed programme involves the expenditure
of at least S-80,(H)(),(MM>, making
lu-r the second naval power of the
world.
JOS.  PIERSON  DEAD
Prominent Victoria Man Found
a Day Dead in His Rooms
Cor. Srd Av.
and Sth St.
The James
Nicely f drnlahf-d rooma. Good ut.le board
Board $4.76 Room and Board 97.00
qi'ALmr man mien low
m   "   *
FEED STORE
Wr c-ury r wry think* In th* f��#d Him, alio fftr*
.lm ��ffda at lhe lowoat market uric**-, al ColLftxt'*
<���!_, F-iadStor*. Market I'larr
PONY EXPRESS
I'a.-rurt Delivery
I'hone. II or 301
NOTICE
Offrra will be received liy the undenlffned up to
noon of Friday, IOih day tif November, 1911, for
the purchase of the Kxphung* GHIt ** a irolnjr
concern. An Inventory of aaaeu will bt furnlahed on application.
D. G. 8TKWART,
Stewart *% Mobtoy.
I    C. MAi  KIN.
2S0-2U P. R. Hardware * Supply Co.
NOTICE
The Canadian Bank of Commtrc* art open lo
receive ofTrra for the purchaM of the building
now MCOpM aa thr City Hall. In tha went of
*��n offer brinr* accepted the purchaser muat bind
himaelf to remm-e the buildinir on receipt of SO
day-notice from the (J.T.I'. Railway ,Co. Th*
hiirhrat or any offer will not n*c**aarlly b* ac-
rrpiwl. 2U-SM
Tenders Wanted
Tested, Tried, and Found Reliable
Read The Daily News
To reduce the noise of dishwashing have a piece of heavy Turkish
towelling nut on thc drain board
for thc dishes to drain upon.
Have on hand plenty of boiling
water, washing soda and a gootl
disinfectant to wash all toilet
articles and to pour down drains.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Victoria, Nov. 10.���Jos. Pieison,
notary and secretary of the Navy
League, was found dead this1 veiling in his apartments, lie had
been dead twenty-four hours.
FERNIE LABOR TROUBLE
Situation Remains Fairly Quiet
Today
(Canadian Press Despatch]
Fernie,  B. C\,  Nov.   10.���No
further disturbances are reported
here today.    The sionn has kt pl
most of the disaffected element
indoors.    The miners are meeting
this morning but there Is nothing
for publication,
FROM THE WAR FRONT
Italy Repulses Turkish Attacks
on Tripoli. Besieged City in
a Bad Condition.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Washingtoni Nov. 10.���Further
victories ot Italian troops repulsing
Turkish attacks on Tripoli were
reported by   he Embassy today.
The City is reported to be in B very
insanitary condition.
Love's head is in the clouds, but its
teet are on the earth, the one thing
that mingles the divine and human.
Separate Tenders will bo received by
the undersigned up ttVGp.m. Nov. 13th.
for all electric wiring and plumbing in
coiin.i'liiin with the new city fire hall.
Twti hundred barrels First Class Portland i.-tiii-iit as per specifim-
tinns for the New City Hall
Plans and specifications to be seen nt
office of city clerk and Messrs. Potter
4 Lniley, architects.
Lrnest A. Woods,
City Clerk.
PIANOFORTE LESSONS
For Beginners and Advanced Pupils
Miss Vera Greenwood
Pupil of Prsns Wllcsek. Perls and Berlin.
Room 28. Alder Block Upstairs
=__-E.   EBY   <c_  Ca__=
REAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Lani Por Sal*
KITSt'MKAl.l'St . |��   ('.
S. O. E. B. S.
The Prinoe ll.ii-.-i I,.!.,������. No. SIB. Sens or
Em-Ian I. meets the first ami third Tueedare In
each month In Uie Sons eif England Hall. HM Ind
Ave eta p.m.
f. V. CLARK. See..
.  P. O. Mos HU. Prtncw Rupert
ERNEST A. WOODS. Prealdenl, II,.. il
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE MATTER ol thc Basts of JOHN
CAPECCI late nf the City nt 1'rlnee llupert. In
lhe Province of llrlllah Colufnliia, d*are*aea*d:
NOTICE Is hereby given thai sll iienams
having any claims ��>r il.-m.mls ss*air,.t lhe late
John e ,ij.,s,-i. who elied on or ahaeuf Ihe hth .lay
.it ll��Te'tnlirr, li'lll. at I'rlnre Rupert, II. I'.. are
reeiulreal to semi liy post prepaid or lo deliver
lo the tinalersiltnesl Solicitor hen in for Adolto
Ataatf, Arliniitislrsl.T. their names anel sililrii.ses
snel full psrtlrulars in whims; ot their claims anil
statements a,t their accounts, anal the* nature o(
Ihe securities., If any. held by I hen,
AMI TAKK -.nTli I. that after ihe 10th dat
of Deeemliir, l"ll. lhe aalai Aalnlfo Assail will
. rues.si to -list rlhute t he aaa-ets of the said deceased
among lhe | . ���-<���- entitled thereto, I,-,,* regard
only to the* claim, ol which he will Ihen have had
notice, ami thai Ihe said Aetnl'o Assail wilt not
In* lial.le for the ssid a-aaets or an> pan thereof
In any pcrseens ot whose flslm hr Is not then In
r.ar.'ii,l e,l nui lr.*.
HATED al Prince Rupert. II I*., Ihe 2nd day ol
November, A. n��� lull.
L   W.   I'ATMORE,
Sulwiiur fur Ihe aald
Adollo Assail.
MISS ELSIE  FROUD
A.L.C.M.
Teacher of Piano, Violin anel
Voice Culture.
Hetwoonn.th 4 8th Sts.    Prinre RuP,rt
E. L. FISHER
Funerel   Director and   Embelmer
CHARtlES REASONABLE
THIRD   AVENUE     PHONE  1S��.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS anii I:\IIIAI.MKIIS
1 riii.isl   Directors
.Ird Ave. near Mh 8l. Phone No. St
..Grand Hotel..
Worklngnun's Home
Fret Labor Barm in Cenectiei
Phone 178 Iat Ave. and 7th Bt
CEO. BRODERIUS. froprl.to.
Skeena Und IHstrlcl    t)l��trlct nl Coast Rani. r.
Tske nolice lli.l Miss Mary Mulvlll. ol Clare,
Ira-land,   occtipatlaan   spinster.   Intends   to   apply
Inr laernilsslnn lo purchase lhe followine deerllafd
lands:
Commencing at a post planteel one chains north
ot lhe southeast corner ol Uil 532, thence north
40 chains, thence east 2(1 chains, thenee south 40
chains, thence west 20 chains to point ot eom-
menc-menl; containing eighty acres, more or lease
Oated Oct. 11,11111. MISS MARY MUI.V1LI.K.
Puti. Nov. 11. John C. XiulvUle, Agent
little's NEWS Agency
Magazines II Periodicals :: Newspaper*.
CIGARS   :-.  TOBACCOS ::  FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
^atfcjjl TH�� DAILY NEWS
FREE
TRIP
ROUND
THE
WHO WILL BE
NEXT MAYOR?
(Continued from Page One)
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WORLD
inite announcement I've beard yet Is
Alderman Newton's.
Ready to Be Asked.
Alderman H. Douglas: "Well, 1
ran before, and I might again, but
I am not going to announce myself
as early as this. It's up to the people, of course, to approach the men
'.bey want, and the Idea has been
put up to me more than once, but
so far I am not considering lt. There
seems to tie more mayoral candidates
than aldertnanic as far as It goes at
present."
Known Nothing of It.
W.  S.   Benson:   "1  haven't  heard
I anything about it yet, and the rumor
may very well be dented."
Depends on Aldermen.
We have just arranged -ith one Alderman Hilditch: -Yes. people
of our clients to place forty-two have got me down on the list for
lots on the market under exceptional mayor. I believe, but without any
advantages to the purchasers. The authority that I can see. It is not
lots are some of the best in Sections a thing I would dream of consider-
7 and S. The prices are as low, ing without knowing the sort of
as any- on the market, and the ,ouncil I was to work with. If men
ter-m-j so easy~m mthly���that any- 'ike Bill Lynch were running for
one can buy. Along with this iouncll there would be some class
exceptional offer, each lot admits  :o running for mayor."
the purchaser to a drawing for a' 	
FREE TRIP ROUND THE Udies Plan Entertainment
WORLD. If you hold the lucky The Ladies' Aid of tbe Presbyterian
ticket the trip is yours; or you Church will bold a sale of aprons, home
can surrender it for a cash con- cooking and candy at the church hall,
sideration. The chances are good��� 4th Ave., on Tuesday afternoon and
one in forty-two. Come in and evening, Nov. 21. from 3 to 10 p.m.
investigate. -Tea xgg**\ be served. ���
//
"The News" Classified Ads.
==0ne Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
-THEY   WILL   REPAY   A   CAREFUL
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LOOKING
OVER-
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Phone 150
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
.Marine
Accident
Plate Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractors  and Persona! Bonds
Policies Prepared While You Wait.
TBS
Mack Realty & Insurance
COXtTAXy.
P.S.-Houses and Rental..
apr �� n ._.
For Rent
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a_.._rf'-ari  r,_  HSa >4f
Ireerwexxl. Alder
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Buceley   Block���
Nice Furni.hed  Rooms. Mn
Block; Third Ave.
For  R.nt-Furni.hed   Roomi-
13.5.1 werek up.
For Rent-Two roomed cabin, close to McBride.
freshly papered and clean, only J'.O per month.
H  F. M,l:... _ Co. t-r
Insurance
OCR Companies, are noted for prompt and just
���ettl erne ��� -a. We write every known claa. of
Ir. -,;....    Tne Mas Realty anj ln.urence Ca
I'lUXTIMi  FIRM
RF. McRAE
AND COMPANY
BIG STEAMER
IS DAMAGED
CHANGING   HANDS,
*"li->sr��. Mill,* A* Warner Are Selling Out Their Business to Mcltae
lln.a    l.t.I.
The Bessie Dollar Struck a Rock
When Leaving the Harbor of
Everett���Has to Put into Vic-  go Into business at Hazelton. where
Arrangements have been compter
ed whereby the printing firm Of I
I Sawle _ Warner ts to be taken over
by Messrs. McRae Bros. Ltd., stationers, within a few Jaqs. The firm
it tbe most recent of ihe printing
establishments to be started tn
' Prince Rupert.
Mr.  Sawle, it  is understood, will
L_
Wanted
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BEAUTIFUL
FURNITURE
does not mean high priced furniture. A first class st ���-..
carries many designs in low priced furniture that are
really beautiful and make a room just as homey and nice
as the expensive grades.
We carry much of the high priced goods, but in the
medium-priced, fine looking, beautifully finished i ������;. . %
4r
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ings, we are able to please the most exacting
Want*..-Good r?*ni-r*] i��rv��*.t. Be��t wage* to
capable wnoa.   Mrt. C. V. B.nnet.     250256
War.*.*,!. ��� DreaimakinK. cleanm_r and preat-
ing\ repairing for m*n and wcrr.en Mn L'harlaa
Frrrher. :<!.) Third Ave.   Phone 2M Red.     tf
I
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Lost and Found
~l
FOUND -S Small Key..   Inquire at  New. O.flce.
22S-tf
Found-Ladiea' optl wt brooch. Owner eend
deacnption to E .1.11.. Daily Newa.       2ii-liS
Loot-Paper, belonmnr to A. C. Cox. Of no value
excerpt to owner. Pieaae return to New. office
and receive reward. lt.
r
Real Estate |
Will buy : : - in Princ* Rupert at barren prirri j
forctuth.   Apply P O. Box **$0 tuUn* location.
priea. etc. 231-tf
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��� Stenographer
Eastern .teno_raphetT of wide experience want.
Pillion. Addm. "Slene��repher. oil Cordova St. Vancouver. B.C. l-f
Lots 12 and 13, Block 29, Section 1,
Park Avenue. Price .15000, one-fourth
cash, balance 6-12-18 months.
Lot 7, Block 28, Section 5, Summit
Avenue. Price $526. $225 cuh,
balance $50 every three months.
Lots 5 and 6, Block 22, Section 7, Sixth
Avenue. Price $600 each, one-half
cash, balance easy.
Lot 3, Block 24, Section 7, Sixth Avenue.' |��|
Price $600, one-half cash, balance 5|j
monthly. -j.}
Lots 19 and 20, Block 4, Sect on 8, fc)
corner Ninth ar.d Donald. Price $800, jjj
one-fourth cash, balance 6-12-18 Iii
months. *�����
  Pl
HOUSES FOR SALE K)
Four   room   house,   Ambrose   Avenue, CJ
plastered  and  painted,   best  harbor let
<ri��W  in  city.    Price  $1837.    $500 };;
cash, balance $10 per montb. Jjj
F. W. H A R T
2nd Ave. and 6th St Phone 62
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L-VND FOR SALE
Five and ten acres, garden trucking
Kitsumkalum. Price $65 pet acre.
Terms.
toria.
his brother, Mr. C. H. Sawle. Is now
running the Omineca Herald. Mr.
Warner will continue to work for tbe
new firm In the meantime.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Victoria. .\'ov. 11.���Divers are
to be ser.r wodn tomorrow to
examL-e  the  hull of the  British'
iteMnerBessie Dollar which* rock        io Novemb_r 25th. 1911. by
a rock when leaving Everett, with|g, BoArd of Directori of the
Applications will be received
*   MISS DRENA HACK
Prims-Dona with the Sherman-Cleveland Opera Company, who are commencing one week's  engagement  at
the Empress Theatre tonight.
I
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Lost
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Lot for Sale In Section 5. Block 22. Lot li. Tth
Ave.   Apply Kike Rullch. Box SS City.       li
FOR RENT
Stores on Second Avenue.
FOR LEASE
Three lots close in on Third Avenue,
level.   Good tease.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
I
NOTICE!
We have clients
for property on
Second, Third,
Fourth and Fifth
Aves., close in.
Submit your lutings
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Second Avenue Prince Rupert    (!)
BUY COAL STOCK
COAL NOTICE
Skeena Lead Dutnel - Usuries ol Quere Cta.-Uj-.te
���   t.
LINDSAY'S
CARTAGE and
STORAGE
her hunkers with coal at Comox.
It is feared the steamer is seriously
damaged.
Scandinavian Social
in.
training in nuraing.
Pointed Paragraphs
Don't expect a girl to accept your
suit un i' you have paid the tailor.
G. T. P. Transfer Agent.
Order, promptly filled.   Price, reasonable.
OFF1CE-H. B. Roeheaur. Centre St.    Phone ft
"\alhalla" of S. H. ar.d E. F.
will give a sa.-ci.il with dai ce in a
K. af p. H.ill S.iturday at S j'.m.      Time hts the long-distance record lo
.All Scandinavians invited.    Gei:- dying,
tlcmen 50c. 3t
Get her a Christmas present
of fur- Wie have them in stock
up to $35 and have ager.cy for
best furriers in the East. Furs are
going up���order now.���Wallace's.
Figure* don't lie until they become
associated with padding.
There will be a big time at the Baptist Brotherhood Social in the Mclntyre
Hall  Monday  night.     Everyone  wel.;
come. 2t    i
Trouble  never breaks into a house
if he hears laughter inside.
Goliath  was  not  the  fimt  man or
the lut to be laid low by * sling.
Blankets���you    need
have 'em.���Wallace's.
em���w.
ft
Victrola
laad ea Greeaa. U__d deecrtaed e. Idle-..
Ceoaeecut el a peel pleaied Ire miles _-rtb
elC.CB. Coal Laam Ns. a. mantel S. E eerne
C. B. B. Coel Lmm Ne. 14. toe*.-* aunt eO
ertmoa. tbeoee *e�� SO chain*, toar.e* nrnt SO
ceaiae. ihene. iae> ail chaue te |iae> el eoa-
I MeaesBeeL
Dated .-<-jh 11.1*1 C. E. BAINTER. Uca.er
Pub. j-e-pt JV
Skeeu Lead DMriet-Dirtnet o�� Qoeea Cbartoite
Take souee tbet thirty da>a Irom date. I. . t
BeUtter ol Prlnea Kupset. h. c, by e_e-.pe-.iae
bookkeeper, inieod le epi,l> to the Chiel eo_-
rreoaoeee of Lead, lee e beeeiee to pt-os|ieii for
eoaj aad petnalevn-i oe mod under MU acne ol
lead oo Graham Island losflibod ee loUoesi
Comrneerlrn st k poat pleated one mile a.rtb
Of C. E. B. Coel Leaae No. 10. _-raed �� K 1.
Coel Laaee No. It, -moos san* 10 erhaiaj. tbeece
-en mi cbaine. tbeeo. wutk SO ehaiaa. tbe.-.ce
eaet M> chair- to plan, ol ts-js__eocerc-e.it.
Doted Sepk 11. IIII. C. E. BAIN TER. Locator
Psb.SepLZl.
Lead MM-0**** ol Queen Cbarloit
Take ec-tic* that thirty da/a Irom elate. 1. t,. m.
of Pnnee Rupert, ta. C., by* occupalio-.
j lateod to apply to the Cbm-I Coaal Laada lor a Heeeee to pn*ep_* lor
eaea _w peu-oloui-o oo eed uader 040 acne o'.
laad ea Gib-m* Uaad deaotbod ae folk>��.:
Coameadac at e poet pleated t-o milrn non'
erf C. fc. B. Coel Leea. No. IS. market S. I.
eoraar C. E. & Coel Leeee No. It, theoce Buth
tv eta***, thence ��eet M e_eaa_ theoce nont
M ektlni tbenee mm M caalo. w place ol torn-
Immense interest is being taken in
Northern B. C. Coal.
The   opportunity   for   big   fortunes
1 awaits those who buy stock now (first
issue at extremely low figures).
Investigate Northern Anthracite Col-
| lieries, Ltd., at our office���dollar shares,
15. each, 5c. cash.
H.  F.  McRAE & CO.
BEIRNES & MULVANY
Skeena   Mail and  Express
Leave all express packages for interior points with the Paci-'a- Transfer Co., aSOT Third Ave., and insure prompt forward   .'
All accounts and correspondence addressed to
P.O. Bet 806
BEIRNES & MULVANY
will receive immediate attention
H-relfoo. B. C.
Doted SepL 11,1*11.
Pub. SepL 21.
C. E   BAINTER. Locale,
What, you haven't
heard the Victrola!
Come in and hear it by all means.
The greatest  musical  instrument
world has ever known.
Come and hear it today.
the
Skawr.a Lead Dutnct-Dotriet at Queen Charlotu
Take notice taat thiny da.. Irom dale. I. C. E
Bato-ec of l'nnce Kupert. B. C, by occup.lioo
' bookke-wr. intend to eppl-* to tbe Chief Com-
wmfmm of Lands lor a li���nee to prospect lor
ooal aad peUoleum oa aad uader ��4d eerse of
lead oe Graham Mead fenbaJ aa lotion
Cnai-osseins at a poet plaoied t���o rauess oortb
ef C. E. B. Coel Uew Ne. It. nerked N. E.
earner C. E B Cool utrnm No IT, teence soutu
tv) (ketaa, t'enee -est tu cnai _. Iheaee aortk M
caeiaa. tbenee eaet N chain, ta plea, nf com-
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer LauL.ry. Phone 118
I'.ted Sapt   II. Itll.
Pub. SepL tl.
iKJp
TV-rml. XVI.      II
msa��       *��
Otht* est, I.
Makes an Excellent Xmas Gi
McRAE BROS.
��� ol CrsSS-
115.00 up.
Even ihtna- for the c
FIRST: "CATCH YOUR PRINTER"
������
DiitEmoiis nm axxiK * hail
nxsT--catch roin HA��"
To produce good printing you must
. . ii
'first catch your
good printer. . . Vou can't get good printing from a
poor printer, even if he work with never so good an
equipment. Ifhelaksthe "knack," the trained
t.i* -,-. the single-minded fondness for his work which
real printers have, he will do poor printing for you.
If he has all of these, and in addition to them adequate modern equipment, your printing will have
distinction, salesmanship, the lure of type-beauty.
As this offlce produces good priming you may Infer
the presence of a good printer-who is "ratchable."
HIGH CLASS PRIWTIMO OF ALL KINDS SEP. TUE
Daily News Building
C. E   BAINTER. Ucaior
i Lend Ihetrtct���OtMM of Qucea Charlotu
Take oot*c* taat ir in,   :... Iron etete, I. C. r.
i Balater ef Prlaee Rupert, B. C. by eerupe'.ioo
ooo��.m*fmr, intend u, .pply to the CkMf a_'o.o-
tnmmort of Land, lor . Larenee to proepect Ioc
coal aad petrateu-a on and uadae ��4U acres ol
laad oa Grabam Island iescnoed a. lolloer.:
Commeocint al e poet planted leu mile, aonb
|ef C. E. B. Cool Leaae No. li, marked N. n
eoraar C. E B. Coal Leaae No. It, tbeoee south
K> chaina. thence east to cneiae, taeoee north M
chaina, ihenee ��eet to caaine lo plea, ef eum-
rneaicesaent
IHted Sept. II. Itll.    C. E. BAINTER. Locator
Pub. Sept. 21.
I
Skaena Land Diatnct - DWnet ot Queen Cha/lotu
Take eotiee that thiny ia, s afue dau. I.e.!.
Haiater ot Pnnee Huport. B. C. by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chief Com-
���maeaoner of Lanis lot a lieeaee to pmepect lair
coel and petroleum oo end uader 840 acna of
i hud a* Craham lelanl letrrsl-n as lolioei.
Cofnmeoar.c at a poet pleated two mile, aortlk
. of C.  E.  B   Cool Leae. No.   11, market S. W.
: eomw C. E. U Coal Look No. lt. ihence north
, M ehalna, there, eeet 80 chaina. thence south 10
chain*. Ibeoce eeet SO chain* la place of com
tmmtmtA*,
< DeM Sept. II. Itll. C. E. BAINTER. Locetor
Pub Sept. 2*.
Sk*wna Lard llstrict -Dirtrtcl of Quwn Charlotte
Take notice lhal thirty day. Irom d.te. I, C E
Bainur of Prtrce llupert, B. C, b>  occupatioa
bon'skeeper. ir*e-id to apply te tbe Chief ' <-*->-
maiassofter ,1 La--is lor e bcence to prospect for
,' .-osl aid peti**-l---:m on and under ttO acre, ef latxl
! oa Graham Mend deecribed ** li.il-.wa-
'     Crmrnetrt-a at a poet plaite.) too mile, north
of r   I    |    i e     leue Ha,  is. marked S. <*
I comer X. E   D Coal tram No 20, thenee north
Today is the
Last Day
but three to
Pay Taxes
and receive the rebate
J. C. McLennan,
Collector, City Hall.
NOTICE
We, the undersigned, state that any
slanderous statements made by us as
to the character of Mrs. Eric R-rsang
ve absolutely without foundation, and
were made in the heat of a quarrel'
between ourselves, and w�� believe Mrs.
Rosang to be a respectable moral
woman.
Dated at Trince Rupert, this 1st day !
of Noveember, 1911.
ANDREAS LARSEN
n9 H. OLSEN
Public   Auction
IN THE EMPRESS THEATRE. PRINCE RUPERT. B. C.COMMENCING ON
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 29,1911
Terms  of  Sale:���One  quarter  Cash,   balance  1,   2 and 3 years at 6  per  cent.
COAL NOTICE
The palatial G.T.P. Steamer "Prince Rupert" leaves Seattle at 12
o'clock midnight each Sunday; Fare, including meals and stateroom, $18.00. Laeaves Vancouver 11 p.m. each Monday: Fare,
including meals and stateroom. $16.00. Arrives in Prince
Rjpert Wednesday a. m.
Ske-eoa Lard Dtatrtct ��� Dietrtct ol Queen Charlott
lalanda
Take notice that Auetla W. Brown- of Prince
Rupert, aaddler. intende to apply to ibe Chied
-0 chaina. Uis-nee west tO chelae, thenee wuth 90   Ismit iwoorer of Lead, aad Work, lor a hcence
I ehaina,  MM east  SO chaina to placo of com    to proepect lot eaal. a* and petroleum oa end
- ane-raa- .". under the following deacrlbod laode 00 tho Weat
D.te-Sepl  IV Itll      C. E   BAINTER. Locator   Coaat of Graham laland.
Puh. .Sept. 11. Commencinc al a poet planled thne milea eaet
of tbe nonhead corner ifl I. Na. 44(t thence
Skeena Uad Dirt-let -DWrtel of Queen Charlotte <***** to ehaina, thence M chaina weet, tbenee 80
Take notice tt at th.ny data al'er dale. I, C. E. '*>*"** rt"*'*- ******* * *** **** to point of
Rainier tf IViice Rupert, B i" , hy oeeupelioo eommeneemenl,
hookka^pec. Intend to apply to the CHef Com-
mivoMr of l_ada lo. . licence to t-rmpect lor
eoal  auid petr 'mam tm  and  under S10 ..re. el
land on l.raha r l.tand dsecnb^l aa Inflow.. 	
Commeneina   Bt  a poet planted two IttJlP ItOrth    ^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm,
���  C. E   B. Ceaj   Iram  No.   It.  m-u-ke-l  S    T.
enrtmt ( . *R   t   I oal Leeee No. 21. Ihenee north
S.^Th^^Tl,c___i��p,,,5i2,5',ir.       ADVERTISE   IN THE
! ttw*ft*rwiv#*n t.
| Doted Sept. II, Itll.     C. t   BAINTER. I
.COME AND   SEE   THE    "WONDER   CITY"   OF  THE   PACIFIC   COAST.
Located Aucuet IM, 1*11.
Pub  Aug. It
Al'STIN  M   BROWN. Loeetor
NEWS
���For full particulars and maps of tawnsite applv to���
DAVID   H.   HAYS
Sole Agent for G.T.P. Development Co.
Prince Rupert, b.c.
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