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Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
VOL. II.  NO. 244
Prince Rupert, B.C., Wednesday, October 25, 1911.
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HAD SOME QUICK JUSTICE
IN POLICE COURT TODAY
In Less Than Half an Hour Joshua Robinson Was
Charged, Had Preliminary Hearing, Was Committed, Tried by Judge Young and
Sentenced to Six Months
Provincial Police proceedings in
I'rince Rupert as put in progress
by Chjef Owen, Magistrate McMullin and Judge Young this
morning constitute a record for
die city. To have a prisoner
charged, put through his preliminary hearing, sent up for election at which he chose speedy
trial, and sentenced all in twenty-
nine and a half minutes is quite
an achievement in police procedure.
The case was that of Joshua
Robinson, an Indian, who was
charged with the theft of a grip
containing wearing apparel from
a fellow countryman who himself
did the Sherlock Holmes act in
the first case and traced the
missing property to thc possession
of Joshua.
Unlike his Scriptural namesake
Mr. Robinson was unable to make
the sun stand still in the heavens
while hc was brought to justice
and so instead of a record delay
like that over the biblical battle
of old, there was the record just
mentioned the oilier way.
Joshua was charged anil came
up for preliminary hearing before
Magistrate McMullin. He was
sent up for election before Judge
Young, made his choice, was tried
on the spot and sentenced to six
months' imprisonment at Westminster. Whether he can make
his prison walls fall down by
lung and lip power as Joshua of
old did with the walls of Jerico
cmains to be seen.
C. P. Hickman and D. J.
McDonald were passengers by the
Prince Rupert this morning.
Messrs. George Reitl and Charles
Uniting booked for Masset today
through from the south by the
Prince Rupert.
TINY SCHOONER MAKES TRIP
TO THE SIBERIAN COAST
Power Boat Polar Bear of Seattle,  Has Adventurous
Voyage���Is Laden Down With Valuable Cargo
of Furs and Walrus Skins
Seattle, Oct. 24.���Laden with
walrus skins, heads and tusks, and
with a snarling, snapping bear
cub from the Arctic, caged on her
deck, and bringing stories of adventure in the Priblyoff, Bogosloff
and Walrus islands, and on the
treacherous Siberian coast, the
staunch little power schooner Polar
Bear, Captain Louis Lane, arrived
on the Sound today. On the
bowsprit when she entered the
slip at pier 7 was the had and
skin of a huge polar bear, spread
eagle fashion.
Captain Lane's prize story of
adventure is his capture of a white
cub which rattles the bars of his
cage on the deck of the Polar
Bear, and does not seem inclined
to make friends with anyone.
Captain Lane and a few of thc
members of his party had gone
into the interior of Wrangell Island,
near Doubtful Harbor, when they
came upon a mother bear and the
cub. Old Brum was killed after
an exciting chase, but the greal
problem was the capture of the
cub. Rope was obtained from the
schooner, and after the cub had
been entangled in it its feet were
bound and the struggling animal
placed aboard the vessel. Three
bears were shot at Cape Blossom
and their skins preserved.
At Walrus Island Captain Lam
and his parly found birds so thick
that it was almost impossible U
walk without tramping on them.
On St. Matthew's Island they saw
many valuable fur bearing animals
unmolested by hunters. At North
Cape they were told by ! be natives
that the Polar Bear was the
second vessel to visit them, although many had passed in the
distance.
ITALIANS RIVAL
THE JAPANESE
Have Placed 60,000 Men in
Tripoli Within a Few Day* of
Starting Operations.
Rome, Oct. 24. ��� Defending
Italy's apparent tardiness in sending her expeditionary force to
Tripoli so long after the war was
started, naval authorities point
out that thc Japanese, who had
been for years preparing f*>r the
campaign against Russia landed
only 17,000 soldiers in Korea in
the first expedtiion, and a similar
number two days later, beginning
operations more than forty days
after the landing. Italy sent
60,000 men within a few days,
prepared for immediate operations.
WILL ENLARGE PLANT
Vancouver, Oct. 25.���It is reported here that thc Powell River
Paper Comapny intends to double
their present capacity by installing
additional equipment to the value
of $1,000,000 making the total
expenditure on Powell River about
$3,500,000.
Inquiries at the hospital today
show that Mrs. Jame* Jal our
whose serious illness was announced
in yesterday's News Is fast recovering her strength. Her caw
is being attended to by Dr. McNeill, who has had charge of thc
case all along.
Coats for chindrcn-big range-
Wallace's.
PRESBYTERIAN CLUB
Winter Programme Opens Tonight with Debate on Commission Government���Mayor
to Preside.
Tonight at 8 o'clock the Presbyterian Club will initiate the winter
series of debates, atldresses and
social evenings. The programme
for the winter will be announced
tonight and is quite up to the
Standard of |ast year. The leader
each evening is an expert in his
subject, and is followed by open
questioning anil discussion, For
example, Judge Young will speak
on "The Treatment of Criminals,
Juvenile and Adult;" Mr Stork
on "A Jaunt Through Europe;"
while a couple of labor leaders
will speak on "Tolstoi's Doctrine
of Labor." An amusing feature
in a few weeks will be a Mock
Election, in which three mayoralty-
aspirants will deliver typical addresses.
The meeting tonight is a discussion of the question "Government by Commission." Mayor
Manson will be chairman and
questions and criticisms from the
audience will be invited.
All the meetings of the club
are open to the general public, and
are held in thc Presbyterian Hall
on Fourth avenue, a block east; of
McBride.
The Mayor antl Mr. W. W.
Footc of Victoria, engineer of the
Provincial Public Works Department stall, paid a visit today to
the new Government wharf here
now about complete except for
warehouses.
SHOT     FINE     BUCK
Good   Hunting   Within   Four
Miles of Prince Rupert
A beautiful 140-lb. four prone
buck was landed at the wharf
this morning, li was shol at about
4 o'clock yesterday afternoon on
thc northern slopes of Mount
Morse not more than four miles
from Prince Rupert by William
Logan, a well known hunter of
the district. Some splendid grouse
were got also on the same trip.
GETTING ON THE
ELECTORS LIST
Amusing Incident in the City
Hall the Other Day Shows
How One Man Feels About It.
WORLD'S BASEBALL
(Special to Daily News)
New York Wins Today by Score
of 4-3
Homer Woods Guilty
(Special to the News)
Homer Woods, of Prince Rupert, was found truilty of attempted murder and suicide at the New
Westminster assizes today.
PUNCAN ROSS
LETS BIG ORDER
Places Contract with Interior
Lumber Company for $40,000
Worth of Lumber for Use on
His Contracts.
City Clerk Woods is busy" with
the rush of applicants anxious to
have their names put oupn the
register of municipal electors. Thc
time for the closing of the roll
draws near, and so do the shallows
of coming events in the shape of
mayoral and aldermcnic candadi-
tures. Get on the roll by all
means, but don'l be like Pat, the
civic employee, who the other
morning figured in a quainl incident
at the City Hall.
"I want to register as a voter,"
said Pat to the City Clerk.
"Certainly," said Mr. Woods,
"you sign this declaration that you
have paid your road tax, that
you are a householder or licence
holder or that you are exempt
from these conditions, ar.d that
you are a British subject. Just
take oil your hat while you swear
to that."
"See here," said Pat. "I have
VOted at elections for forty-two
years and more and never yet
had to take eff my hat to prove
that I was a British subject and
I'm not going to begin today."
"You'll lose your vole, Pat,"
chorused the bystanders.
"I don't care though I lose my
head for it," saitl Pat with pride.
"I'll not take off my hat at my
time of life after voting for forty-
two years without ever needing to
do such a thing before to prove I
I am a Briiish subject. There's
no man'll make nu- do il."
And in spite of protests and
persuasions Pat left the City Hall
firmly resolved.
Sixty first class passengers, a
large number of deck travellers,
antl a good cargo of freight and
mail were brought in this morning
by the Prince Rupert which arrived
on time from the south after a
good passage.
EXODUS FROM YUKON
City of Seattle Passengers Report Yukon Still Open
Another big crowd of Yukon
old timers came south by the
City of Seattle this morning.
The steamer w.is heavily freighted
also. Fair weather accompanied
her on the way from the nortii
with occasional streaks of fog.
Her passengers reported the Yukon
not yet icebound.
AWED BY THE
BOILED SHIRT
Police Chief Vickers Finds Immaculate Evening Dress as
Effective as a Gun to Quell
the Unruly.
Hazelton, Oct. 24.���Mr. Duncan
Ross has recently placed with the
Interior Lumber (."ompany an order
for $40,000 worth of lumber. In
order lo handle lhe work the
Lumber Company have purchased
a boiler from Foley, Welch &
Stewart and are now moving it
from Sealey to iheir mill near
Two Mile. When the new boiler
is installed the mill will have a
capacity of aboul 15,000 feet a day.
SYDNEY FISHER S FUTURE
Ex-Minister of Agriculture Will
Likely Re-enter the House
Montreal, Oct. 25.���It is understood here that Hon. Sydney
Fisher, Minister of Agriculture
under the Laurier regime, will re-
enter the political arena and that
O. II. Boivin, member-elect in
Shefford, will resign his seat to
make way for "his return.
Kiddies' coals���big range,
lace's.
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STARTS TOMORROW
Attired immaculately in evening
dress and wearing ihe smile that
always assures law-abiding citizen
or criminal alike of a Bquare deal,
Chief Vickers, of the cily police
force, attended the Wanderers'
Club dance last nighl and laid
himself out for a good time. But
chiefs of police like other toilers
for lhe public gootl are liable to
have their good times rudly disturbed by the stern call of duty,
and so it was with "Billy" Vickers
last night.
Right in the middle of a two-
slep came an urgent call for the
chief of police. Report said that
there wa.s a man threatening mischief wiih a revolver on Centre
Street ol Sixth. With never a
symptom of tlisturbar.ee the chief
siepped quietly out lo lhe scene
In a moment or two he returned
quite unruffled and with never
a blemish on his irradiant "boiled
shirt." The trouble was laid���the
gun-brandisher had been awed
into better behavior���and Chief
Vickers could enjoy the dance iu
peace.
The News announces
that its new serial story
"The Pillar of Light,'
one of Louis Tracy's
masterpieces will start
in tomorrow's issue.
See that your names
are entered on the News
circulation books in order to ensure not losing
an instalment of this
entrancing story of love
and adevtnure.
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OFFERED A JUDGESHIP
Ottawa, Oct. 25.���It is understood that Hon. J. J. Foy, Attorney
General of Ontario, has been offered
the appointment to the vacancy
on the Ontario High Court bench
caused by lhe death of Mr. Justice
M.i,M.ih,,ii last spring. Should
he decline the appointment wi
likely go to Houghton Lennox,
member for South Siincoe, whose
acceptance would provide a seat
for Hon. W. T. White. The
Judicial appointment should go,
however, according to precedent
in a Roman Catholic to which
church I Inn. Mr. Foy belongs.
KITSELAS TUNNEL TO BE
COMPLETED BY NOV. 30
Work on the G. T. P. is Rushing Forward���Aid. V. W.
Smith Had to "Murh It" to Get From Shan-
dilla to Hazelton���Large Hotel to
be Built at Hazelton
News from up river tells of
Print* Rupert's esteemed Altlernian, Y. W. Smith, having to
"mush it" with his pack on his
back from Shandilla where the
steamer Conveyor was sent back
to Rupert, up to Hazelton. All
who know the alderman will have
no doubt thai he "made it" all
right though he wasn't one of
those who mushed it wiih the
Mayor over the Morse Creek
watershed.
Kitselas Tourist Centre
It is stated that the G. T. P.
have acquired a long lease of
Indian reserve al Kitselas on
which they are to erect a huge
tourist hotel at a cost of 126,000
lhe lease of the laud to cost them
1100 a year. Extensive improvements to encourage tourist
traffic are planned for the immediately adjacent tlistrict ��� in
cluding   bridges   to   various   pic"
turesque islands on the Skeena.
Tunnel and Bridge Work
The Kitselas tunnel will be
through by November 30th, says
the latest report, and the first
great caisson of the Skeena river
bridge near Hazelton has been
launched. When the tunnel is
through supplies and bridge steel
will be sent in by rail, and much
more rapid progress will be made
on the whole extent of line awaiting
the tunnels and bridge. Immense
quantities of supplies will be carried
into interior points by pack train
this fall the work being now under
way. Hundreds of horses arc
bring employed packing the outfit
of the old town of Hazelton to the
new townsite where the Foley,
Welch & Stewart contracting outfit
have located for the conduct of
the last great contract for grading
the G. T. P.
HE WRESTLED FOR LIFE
AGAINST A BIG BUCK DEER
Alarming Experience of Sheriff W. J. Law���Buck At
tacked Him and Threw Him in Lake���Man and
Beast Fought Together in the Water
Revelstoke, Oct. 25���Sheriff W
PORCHER ISLAND IS NOW MAKING PROGRESS
Wm. Sims, Who Used to be in Prince Rupert, is Back With Glowing Report-Ha-
Turned Rancher and Fisherman Now   Great Place for the Children
Up to Rupert for a trip from
Porcher Island where his happy
wife and young family have been
sell led for several seasons row,
Wi'liam Sims formerly a city
employee on the first Woodworth
Lake surveys when he was launch-
man, hits a gootl account to give
of affairs on the island of his
selection   for  aliome.     His  ranch
on Porcher is doing exceedingly
well. His garden nourished this
year  so   that  lie   had   abundant
vegetables, and has still some to
the good. Potatoes ou his land
made   good,   were   fruitful,   and
multiplied according to
mandmenl given them,
gedc cultivation of the
of all the children thrive, and go
lo school regularly, doing well
at their lcias.i>iis, and still better
in the health school of open air,
Porcher Island, their big play-
groui tl.
Since  the fall  commenced  two
new bridges have been constructed
at a cost of 1200 under direction
of  Mr.  J,   R.   Beattie,  of   Prince
Rupert, from Governmeni ap-pro
p'riation, and these greatly f.it-il-
itate ilu- journey of the youngsters
the com-1from Mr. Sims'
, by ener-1 schoolhousc. Mr
soil.   Besl
home   to   the
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that his neighbors too are pros,
porous, antl have found their efforts
Iii develop their pre-emptions, antl
ranches to repay them well. Bui
Porcher Islanders one antl all are
most anxious to impress on thc
Outside world anil particularly the
politicians who sometimes visit
them, that they believe in their
Island's prospects all the time,
.mil desire the very best help the
powers thai be can give thepi to
aitl   iu   tht*   upbuilding   well   nnd
coming summer resort.
J. Law has returned from a trip
to   the   Arrow   Lakes   with   an
exciting story of a hand to hand
fight he had with a big buck deer.
Mr. Law was sitting on a rock
fishing, early in the morning when
all of a sudden a big buck deer
sprang from the bush which was
in close proximiiy to the water,
and charged the sheriff, knocking
him into the icy water.   On rising
to his feet again the sheriff found
the animal coming at him again
with   both   front  feet  in   the  air
and striking for his breast.   Wit
Considerable presence of mind Mr.
Law threw his hands in front of
him and giving them an outward
sweep separated the limbs of the
tleer, which came down over bolh
wrists and severely skinned them.
By this action man and deer
were in close embrace ami  both
MRS. DAVIS ARRIVED
Wife and Family of the City
Engineer Will Take up Home
in Prince Rupert.
PURSER GUPTILL SLOWLY RECOVERING
Though Terribly Hacked With an Axe About the Head and Shoulders, His Magni
ficent Vitality Will Pull Him Through-Skagway Police Have Made Arrest
Purser Charles Guptill, of thcd.ivs. It was iust touch and BOlIf hc continues to mend, will bt
Alaska Steamship Company's shore
offices at Skagway, is making a
slow recovery from the terrible
injuries inflicted upon him by his
murderous assailant recently.
News wa.s brought in by the
purser of the City of Seattle this
morning that Guptill Would probably recover, though his injuries
had been shocking. The' robber
hail hacked and gashed his victim
all over the head, shoulders and
neck, and only Guptill's magnificent vitality kept him alive.
He lay at death's door for two
tlays. Il was just touch and go
whether he would live or die, bill
before ilu- City of Seattle pulled
out it Wits known that the purser
had a chance of recovery.
Meantime the police had a
man in custody who is believed
to be Guptill's assailant, bui the
evidence to convict is not complete
yrt, though tin* chain of cir-
cumsyances seems Incrlmlntaing.
The man is a foreigner. It is
possible thai considerable delay
may be occasioned over- lhe conviction owing to the precarious
stale of the Victim whose evidence
if he continues to nienc
required.
Air. Lou Hansen, freight -solicitor
for the Tacoma and Vancouver
Steamship Company, says:
"(iuplill is a man of exceptional nerve, though Small in
build. It is certain thai he put
up  a   fight,   for  he  would  never
nllow  the office  to  be  robbed
without a. struggle. He was held
in the highest esteem by all who
knew him. lb* will be remembered
by thousands of Alaskans who
travelled with him during the
years he was on the northern run.'
By the Prince Rupert today
there arrived Mrs. Davis, the wife
of Colonel W. M. Davis the
riiy engineer, with their son and
young   (laughter.     Colonel   Davis
has been leading a bachelor life
during the past eighteen months,
since he took charge of the engineering department. Needless
to say he was one of ihe firsl
in the rush to the wharf when the
Rupert's whistle sounded
in thc water. The sheriff then
realizing that something must be
done as the animal was apparently
desperate, grappled with him and
succeeded in holding the animal's
head under water for some time.
The chiUing effect of the water,
however, on the sheriff, who has
been ill for some tjme, and the
terrific struggle which he had
with the animal, had considerably
fatigued him and he decided that
it was best to let the deer go
before he could drag him out into
deep water or get the best of
him in his death struggle. This
he tlitl and much lo his surprise
the animal ran back into the bush.
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W. 11. Wark arrived from thc
south this morning by the Prince
Rupert.
Cold nights���warm blankets���all
kinds.���Wallace's. 2t
TO REPAIR WRECK
Porcher Island Steam Launch
Recently Imperilled to do
Service Again.
News  was   brought   over   from
Porcher Island yesterday afternoon by Mr. William Sims, a
rancher there, that Mr. W. II.
Miller  whose launch   lhe "Aswal-
lowgott"  (an   Indian  name,   by
llu*   way,   which   very   few   can
spell)   has   succeeded   in   getting
the   wrecked   boat   in   shape   for
survey and repairs.    He hail her
beached,   and    lightened   of    her
cargo,   and   has   discovered   thai
though   badly  shattered   forward,
the hull can  be repaired.    Work
has begun on  the boat, and Mr.
Miller  calculates  on   having  her
afloat again  before  the end of
tin* month.   The engine was very
little damaged by water.
LADY QUALIFIES
FOR WHITE HOPE
Mrs. Kelly who Weighs but 99
Pounds Knocks out Former
Heavyweight Boxer in One
Round on Her Doorstep.
(Special to the Daily News)
Chicago, Oct. 25.���The wife of
Jame-. Kelly,  former heavyweight
boxer, weighs exactly 09 pounds,
yet���
"I expected a kiss when 1
entered the door," saitl the former
pugil(st, "but instead got a left
jab on ilu* mouth, followed by a
knockout. When I woke up everything was dark and she had gone
back to bed."
"You're a 'has been' said thc
court, "and if you don't wmt
Io fight you'll have to get home
earlier."
WILL STAY IN RUPERT
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. MacRae
Have Taken up Residence on
Fourth Avenue.
Mr.  and  Mrs.   11. F. MacRae
who   recently   arrived   in   Prince
Rupert (nun their honeymoon trip
are in residence on Fourth avenue,
formerly   the   residence   of    Dr.
W. S. Hall.   Mr and Mrs MacRae
intend   to   make   their   home   in
Prince Rupert  (or some time to
come.
Cold nights���warm blankets���all
I'mntorium Pioneer Cleaners, Phone 4.1 kinds.���Wallace's. 2t THE DAILY NEWS
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FOR WOODWORTH
Bids to be in Not Later Than
Six p.m. Thursday. Conditions Made Easier. Time
Limit Extended. Snow fall
Allowed for.
HEAD OFFICE
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non-delivery or inattention on the part of the news carriers.
Besides altering the specifications
50 pdr year, strictly! f,,,- ,|u. wor\* ,,f clearing around
the shores of Woodworth Lake,
the city council have arranged for
an extension of the time limit for
the   work,   and   easier   conditions
in the event of delay occasioned
through snowfall.    The time limit
Daily Edition.
Wednesday. Oct. 25
SPENDING THE WATERWORKS MONEY
The question of who should have the spending of the 1550,000
and the maimer in which ii should be spent, were the great issues
in the recent vole on the waterworks bylaw. There was no objection
worth noticing to ilu- scheme itself,
A great deal of the objection was on the ground that the money.  1000   feet   of   Woodworth   Lake.
if voted, would be given to Alderman Hilditch to spend.    For some I Colonel Davis asked the alderman
now set for the completion of
the work is "sixty days after the
completion of the trail now being
built to Woodworth Lake." -^n-
othcr important condition is that
the work cannot be accepted while
mow remains on the ground. There
will be reasonable extensions of
time granted to contractors or
st.uion gangs for delay occasioned
by snow.
It is estimated that the trail
to Woodworth cannot be completed within three weeks, anil
according to Alderman Douglas
lasi night information has reached
the city that snow has already
been   found   fresh   fallen   within
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Fire
Life
Marine
Accident
Plate Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
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Notice
Our patrons will plfeaae note that all accounts
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Company, dating from the 1st of October. IHU.
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23S-2W FRKD PETERSON.
reason or another a large number of citizen.*, did nol wish Alderman
whether   he   meant
thousand
feet   perpendicularly or horizon-
Hilditch to have the spending oi the money. _    I ta���y?   Alderman Douglas was not
The Mayor dearly recognised these objections.   On one occasion I clear on that point.   The council
he nude a public recognition of them.   He pointed out that the money favored   the   eit) 's   constructing
would be spent bv the water anil light committee, of which Aldennan ' *****   *******'*���'   P'P*   last   night,   the
Hilditch was not a member, and promised that Alderman Hilditch T"0" }*F* 'h''.* Ithe"; W,U ,be
, , ,      . , ,. ���   , plcntv of time to find vellow cedar
would not Ik- given the spending ol the money. Enough before the pipe is -needed.
Tenders for the clearing of Wood-
worth Lake shores nave been
returned t<> the bidders unopened.
New tender*- are called for Thursday, 26 inst., at not later than
6 p.m. The coui cil will meet
at 8 p.m. to open and consider the
bid*.
COAL NOTICE
Furnished rooma with bath. Special ratet by
the week.   Talbot House. 166-tf
Neatly Furnlahed roomi, gentlemen preferred.-
Apply Mra. Mullin, over Majestic Theatre,     tf
Nice Furnlahed Rooms. Mrs. Greenwood. Alder
Block: Third Ave. 170-tf
For Bent-Furnlahed rooms. Hot and cold water
with bath. Digby Rooma. 6th Ave. and Fulton
Street. tf
For Item Sons ot England Hall, 819 itndlAvr.. for
Dances. Fraternal Sex-letles, Socials, etc. Apply
Frank A Ellis. Box 869 or phone 68. 186-tf
30-30 Savage Rifle, good as new.   P. O. Box 2*4.
���MU
For Sale-Chicken Ranch. ! Storey honse, household goods. Near Prince Rupert. A map If
Uken at once.   Address Box 368. tf
(2000 takes excellent view lot with substantial 4-
named cottage, lot.',. block 1. aection i. Borden
St.   Enquire on premises or P.O. Box ���**.
IMM
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skoona Land DUtrict--District 0f e ,
lake notico that ll��r���ll i
Alia., occupation station nue,,,. ,',.'
1 mis'*��� '" ���'""������*���-**��� *���" -Oil" .
Commonclng at a po,t plant,-,1 ,-
woat corner 100 chain, ea.t and 20
Irom N. K. vorner ol |.,,t []
Coast  DUtrict  Kan,,, .*,. ,,.,...
thenco HO chains rii,rlh. tlu-���
thence 80 chains south to po.t ,,, .
ceuitsinlnit 3*��u acrea, more ol
' ��� M���n-lj-,
', ';" "liply
I
Dateel Sept. 18, 11)11.
Pub. Sopt. 2J.
HAROLD !
Pn-,1 ','.. I. ..
On those representations the money was voted Since then
Alderman Hilditch and his friends have objected to the waterworks
expenditures being passed upon in open council. They forced through
a motion, appointing a committee with power to act in secret. This
motion went through without opposition from Mr. Manson.
The final act of Mr. Manson in the betrayal of the cilizens was
when he broke his word, and with the whole council to select from,
deliberately appointed Alderman Hilditch W become chairman of
the light and water committee���the committee that will have the
spending of the people's $550,000.
It is no secret that Aldennan Hilditch has ambitions to become
the next mayor of Prince Ru*i*crt. Mayor Manson'a action in handing
over to him the control of thc waterworks appropriation, is in effect
the handing over of a means to secure the return of .Alderman Hilditch
as Mayor.
There should Ih* no objection to any man who feels like doing
so, offering himself a> Mayor, and making the Ik-si of his candidature.
But for Mayor Manson to appoint Alderman I i ditch to the spending
RAILROADING   BYLAWS
Electric Light Plant, and Phone
Plant Debenture Bylaws
Pushed.
Two money bylaws were railroaded through on Monday night
by the city council the rules being
suspended in order that they might
be read the first and second times
ard then considered in committee
of the whole. Their third reading
and final adoption lollows at next
meeting of council.   The bylaws
of the waterworks money i* unfair to the several other aldermen who were  those to rai>e the necessary
may have designs on the Mayor's chair.'
More than ihat, it is a distinct breach of faith with thc public,
who were letl to believe that .-\ldcrnun Hilditch was not to have the
spending of lhc waterworks money.
WANTED   SOME HISTORIC DOCUMENTS
sum by the issue of debentures
for the extension of the electric
light plant, and to raise StO.000
by the same method for the
telephone plant. Both were father-
jed by Alderman Kirkpatrick,
chairman of the finance committee.
So far no capable history of British Columbia has been written.
Among the other duties of the Pro* intial -Archivist St  Victoria, a
collection is being made of hi*t.>iic.il data.   This will some day form
the Tom Tiddlers ground of the future historian of Briti-h Columbia.
Hon. Dr. Voting has recently sent out an appeal on behalf of
Mr. Scholefield.  the archivist,  inviting all  persons  in  the province
who have any historic document- to submit ihem. either as gifts or
for purchase to the archivist's office.   Materij' relating to the colonial
and fur tr.iding period! are especially desired, and all other matter
relating to lhc province, such as diaries, letter-, manuscripts, etc..
and in addition ali Indian lore, legends, myths antl tribal histot.-
Skeena Land District���District nt queen Charlotte
Take notice lhat thirty days (rom date, 1, C. E.
It-in.ti r of Prince Rupert, B. l'., by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chief Com- '
missioner ot Lands for a licence to prospect tor j
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acres of
lanel on liraham laland described aa followsi
Commencing at a post planted one mile north .
ot C. E. B. Coal Leas* No. 10. marked C. E. B. |
Coal Leaae No. 15. thence nortii 80 chains, thence
west 80 chains, tnence south 80 chains, tbence
east 80 chains to place ot commencement.
Dated Sept. 11, 1911. C. E. UAINTER, Locator
l-ub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Quean Charlott |
Take notice that thirty days from date, 1, C. B,
Bainter ol Prineo Rupert, 0. C, by occupation
bookkeeper. Intend to apply to the Chief Com. ;
missioner ot Lands for a licence to proapect for
,*���sl and petroleum on and under 610 acrea of
land on Uraham Island described aa follows:
Commeneing at a poat planted two milea north
of C. E. B. Coal Leaaa No.  10, marked  N.  E. ,
corner C. E. H. Coal Lease No. 16, thenee south
SO chains, thence weat 80 chaina, thence north ,
80 chains, thence eaat 80 cbains to place ot com-1
mencement.
Dated Sepl. 11,1911.    C. E. liAlNTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlotu
Take notice that thirty dais (rom date, I, C. E
Uainter ot Prince Rupert, B. C. by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Landa for a licence to prospect for
coal and petroleum oa and under 640 acre* of
land on Graham laland described aa lollows:
Commencing at a poet planted two miles north
of C. E. 11. Coal Least No. 14, marked N. E.
corner C. E. B. Coal Lease No 17, thence aouth
80 chaina, thence weat 80 ehaina, thence north 80
chaina, thence eaat 80 chaina to place of commencement.
Dated Sept. 11, 1911.    C. E. BAINTER. Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land DUtricl���Dislrict of Queen CharloUe
I    Take notice that thirty days (rom date, I, C. E
' Bainter ot I'rince Rupert, 11. C. by occupation
: bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chief Com-
< miaaioner of Landa (or a Licence to prospect (or
I coal and pelroleum on and under 640 acraa of
i laaej on Graham laland deacribed aa (ollowa:
I    Commencing at a poat planted two miloa north
i of C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 12. markad N. W.
corner C. E. B. Coal Lease No. 18, thence south
80 chaina, thence eaat 80 chaina, thence r,���rth 80
chains, thence west 60 chaina to place of commencement.
Dsted Sept.
I'ub. Sept.'
I
Insurance
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only st
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
FEED STORE
We earn* everything In the feed line, also garden seeds at the lowest market prices, at Collart'e
olg Fted Store, Market Place
Skeena Land DUlrict���Dutrict i
Taka nolico that J,---,-  M,   ,
Hap,,is,   Iowa,   occupation   lu
apply  tor permission
described lanela;
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Mllll
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���'   -: ,��,
to  pur,-
Commenclng at a posl planted oa th.M���i_,.
ahore ol Kuuyraateen Inl.-t ���,. , . '',Jt H
ol a amall atream lloveing Into .... .,,,__"
ol Crow Uke. Thenc touth I ' _riU?,_*-
weat 20 chaina more ���r iat i��� . "'.' ;*****
Crow Lake, thence northerly a I .".... 'r'e,*���
lowing the ahore lines ol Crow  . ���     , ,"
te*. Croey Uke and KuOeymat* , ,.',''". '*;
place ol commencement, eoninr.,.-.- ��� ,. w
more or leaa. Locatod Auguit 7. lull
Dated Aug. 9, 1911. JEJSE M. U
Pub. Aug. 12.
1UX1UK
Skeena Land Dlstrict-D.-*.    ���
T.lke notice that I. T,i ,na. C in IT
Ruperi. oicupati.-n oarpeoter, ,,;.., ,,    ��i!
for uertnisslon lo purchase lh, ,
PONY EXPRESS
OUR Compmnlw are noted for prompt and just
settlement*. We write every known class of
Insurance. The Mack Realty and Insurance Ca
r
Wanted
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1
TRY    THE   "NEWS"   WANT
AD. WAY OF FINDING
StenofirrapherlWanted-Applir Box 1SS1 tf
Wanted���A jrood smart boy for provision store.
Apply et uiioe Ideal ProWiion Houte.        23&-tf
Wanted Nursinv. Obttectric* a specialty.
Residence 829 Third Ave.   Phone 243 Red. tf
Wanted. ��� Cleaning and prewinc. alterations
and r-epairirur for men and women. Dreaamakini
call-M for and delivered. Mr�� Charles Percher.
830 Third Ave.   Phone 2M Red. tf
Wanted irirl for ceneral housesrork. Small family. Apply to lira. N F. Helmer. 6th Ave. and
McBride St.   Telephone 267. 240-242
Wanted���All kinds of embroidery worked at moderate pricea. Send your own pieces and have
them worked. Mrs W. E. Willitcraft, H-n Bay
P.O. 2&.240
Wanted���Two rounr men to board and room In
private boarding houee. $30 a month. Apply
at box S.s Dally Newt. 241-U
Scotch lady would like situation u boueekeeper
or any poaitlon of trust. Thoroughly capable.
Apply box D.. Daily Newa. 241-244
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L
Lost and Found
FOL'ND-2 Small Key..   Inquire at Newa Offlce.
Z*4-lf
Reward by re-
tf
Loat-Ladlet' watch In bracelet,
turning to Newa otSee.
Exchanged by mistake*-" Currie
���-.act).
Re-exchanjre can be affect
Waterproof
Coat for one exactly similar but with plumb
bob In the pocket,
ed at News Office.
it. II, ISII.    C. E. BAINTER. Locator   f1*" ���"*"**" ���"
-���J*3* * ->.
j Rea
ind Diatrict���DUtrict ot Queon Charlotte \ L-_.^____^._^���
otiee that thirty days all** dale, I, C. E     r
Real Estate
Dominion Fish Market
:    FULTON AND SIXTH AVENUE    :
Dealers In Fresh Fish,
Oysters and Came ln
season. Fresh Poultry,
Vegetables, Butter and
Eggs    -      -      -      ���
PHONE 117
P.O. BOX IH
Skeena Und
Take nolice that thirty dayi
\*S*** *g^.*e^>.^*��-iejWP I Will buy lou in Prince Rupert at bargain pricea
bookkeeper, Intend to apply lo tbe Chief Com-, a��� h Apply P O Box 660 staling location,
mueioner of Lanela fol a licence to prospect for - 'rteTVii nMf
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acrea of    "  "��� .
land on Graham Island deecribed aa followa:
Commencing at a post planted two miles nortb ' w?n.1.10.*3*-' **** tt* *n "rince Rupert.
New
Knox
Hotel
BESNER A  BESNER.   Proprietors
The Sew Knox Hotel li run on the European
plan. Flrat-class senice. All the Latest M.dern
Improvements. .;-:- BEDS fiOc UP
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
of C. E.  It   Coal Leaae No. 13, marked S. W.
corner C. E. B. Coal Lsaae No. 19. thence north j
. NO chains, tbence east t**) chaina, Ibence aouth BO |
i chaina, thence weat 60 chaina to plaee of commencement.
Datod Sept. 11. 1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Ucaior
i Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land District -District of Quean Charlotu :
Take notice that thirty -lays from data, I. < . E
Iia;:.*�� r of IVinoe Hupert, B. ('.. by occupation !
bookkeeper, intend to apply to tbe Chisf Com*
misaioner of Lands for a licence to proepect for i
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acrei of land
on (iraham Island desenbed a* folloera:
Commencing at a poet plantad two mUea north
of C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 14. marked S. W.
corner C. E. B. Coal Lease No. 20. thence north
60 chaina, thenee wwst ���*>��� chains, thenre eoutb 60
ehaina, thence eaat 60 chalu to placa of commencement.
Dated Sept. II, 1911.    <\ K. BAINTER. Locator
Pub. Sept, 23.
Skeena I ar. I District���District of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty dava after date. I, C. E. j
Bainter of Prince Kupert, H C. by occupation i
bookkeeper, intend to apply to tha Chief Com- i
missioner of Lands for a licence to prospect for j
eoal and petroleum oo and under 640 acrea of
land on (iraham Island deecribed aa (ollowi:
Commencing at a post planted two m.lee norih
of C. K. B. Coal Leaae No. IS. irarked S. (
corner C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 21, thence north
00 chains, thence aeat 60 chaina. thence aouth 60
chaina. thenca eaat 80 chaina to place of etm-
mencement.
DatedSept. 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Skeena Land District���District of Quean Charlotu
Take notice that thirty days from dau, 1. C. K.
Bainter of Prince Rupert, B. OL 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 acrea of
oland on i.rshsm Island deacribed aa follows:
Commencing at a poet planted two mllea north
of C. E. B. Coa] Leaae No. 16, marked N. E.
corner C. E. B. Coal Lease No. 22, theoce south
60 chains, thence weat 60 chains, thence north 80
cbains, thence eaat 60 chains to plaee of commencement.
DatedSept. 12,1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Oive
full information aa to price, terms and location
to P.O. Box 919 245-247
���~~~.
Business Chances
GENERAL STOREKEEPER WANTED
he moment is opportune and the future aeeured.
Mainly caah, but If with capita) to carry eettlera
till Spring tn aome caaee. almost a monoooly of
a tariff tributary terrttaory ran be aeeured. Beat
comer lot 1160 to build, or store would be erected and rented. Poat office will *�� aeeured. Address im media uly PO, Box t Pi.ce Rupert.
141447
Will buy a store In good location,
formation to box 919.
Sut- full in-
243- u:
PONY EXPRESS
tr>TB_a,TIC  MUCKANTI'  IXI.IVKBT   sravirr
Baa-race. Stora-re and Forte udlnf Arenta.   Fo
Rl-ra or Motor Car day or nlfht
Seventh Are. and Fulton
Phone 301
NOTICE
On srd after October 27th I ��itl .,�����" Jure
charge of ibe Shoe Repalnnf Shop on ftjcnnd
avenue   beta**���rn   Seventh   and   Eifhth   streets.
I
orc-u-riied tor some time by  Ludsric Strubic.
ny old ruetoree
that  feel  like  (ivln(
pie
il! I-** pleased to tee all my old ruetomer. and
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The Graham Island Oil Fields, Limited
CAPITAL STOCK JI.O0O.000
t
We are offering for sale a very limited
amount of shares of stock at L*">c per share;
par value ll.ilO. These shares are Roina:
quickly anil will soon be- off the market :
THE MACK REALTY & INSURANCE COMPANY
ski,i.inc. aonnra
SMITH  & MALLETT
THIRD AVE.
Plumbing. Heating, Steamfitting and
Sheet Metal Work
Office: 3rd Ave. Workshop:
Phone 174 2nd Ave. bet. 7th and ��th Sta.
gXMOOOOOaOOOOOOPOOOOCOOOfO
Read The Daily News
And Get All the News
New Diamond and
Pearl Goods
We have just received an assortment of Rings, Brooches, Tie
Pint, etc., of the very
latest design
******
R. W. Cameron & Co.
C.T.P. Official   Walch   Inspector.
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue.
PHONE 82
awwp���Mi
Skeena Land District���District ot queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty days tram date, I, C. E.
Bainter ot Prince Rupart, B. C, by occupation
bookkeeper. Inlend to apply to the Chiel Commissioner of Lands (or a licence lo prospect tor
coal and petroleum on and under 610 caret ot
land on Graham laland dencrihed ss follow,:
Commencini al a post planted t��o mile, north
ot C. S, B. Coal Leaae No 17. marked N. E.
comer C. E. B. Coal Lease No. 2.1 thence south
80 chaina, thence weet t>0 chains, thenee north
80 chains, thence eaat 80 chains to place ol com*
mencement.
Dated Sept. 12. 1911.     C. E. BAINTER. Locator
; Pub. Sept. 23.
iaee-a Land Distr'rt ���District of Queer. Charlotte
Take notice that Ihirty days from dau. I, C. E.
Ilaint er of Prince Kupert, B. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chief Commiaaioner of Lands for a licence to proapect tor
coal and pelroleum on and under HIO arret of
land on Graham laland dt-eeribed aa follow,:
Commendnt at a poet planted at the southwest
Oorner of Cosl taeeae No. 4460 marked C. E. It.
Coal Leaae No. 28, thence nonh 80 chains, thence
, west 80 chains, thence south 80 --halns, thence
east 80 chains lo poinl ol commencement covering
all foreshore Tlahn Point.
Dated Sept. 12, 1911. C.  E.  BAINTER
Pub. Oct 7.
frienda,  or  any  new  on,
my work t trial
I will aa Io the paet thne and a half -.ear. I
have been In tusineas in Prince Rupert, try te
tive satiafaction.
Nothinf but tbe ben maleilaU will be uaed and
reasonable pricea charted.
Ji'lIN  Cl'RRIE tt
NOTICE
Auction   Sale
NOTICE it hereby liven that James Heffertr,
has retaken poaeuasslon of Lot Seventeen ill),
Hlock Twenty-four 241. Section One 111, Townsite
ot Prince Rupert, under and hy virtue of power,
contained in lease from him to Jemee Deroahu*.
Arthur Murray and John Armstroni.
AND FIRTHER TAKE NOTICE that th.
said Jamee Harjterty will ���11 by public auction
the bv.ildlnrs erects>d by Ihe l.ssans upon the
said premise., said sale to be held al Prlnea Rupert.
B. C. on the flnt day of NovemlKr. A. D, I'll
et three o'clock in tbe afternoon upon tbe aforesaid
premise*.
IM JAMES HAQOERTY.
���-��� -���-
FRED. STORK
General  Hardware
j to pfooptcl I
coal and pe'roleum on  and umler erfto  acrea of -
land on Uraham Island described as follows:
Commencini at a post planted two *nilee north
Tlslm northi-ert .oinel Coa! Lease 4466 marked ,
C. E. B. Coal Lease No. 29, thenc aouth 80 chains. I
thence  we-t  80 chaina, thence  north  SO chains.
t*.��n-e east M. tlalns tj poinl o*. rommeneement;
ontslnlnl CIO acre, more or less.
Dated Sept. 12. 1911. C.  E.   BAINTER
Pub. Oct. 7. i
Builden' Hardwire
Valves A Pipes      Oxford Stoves
Graniteware       Tinware
SECOND - AVENUE
Prejmpt Delivery
Ph���ii.-. ll or 301
Commondnir at a post plan*., j
aoulh from the m.uth of Fa;..
ISO feet back  fn,-,, th - !,-."
north, thence 40 chain, mat, :
aouth. thence east 4') chains to i, ���   ��� '  '
ment, eontalnini*: XD acre, mora
THOMAS t'\KT!'R
Dated July 7th. ISII.    Charlc, ��
A.-.-nl.
Pub. Auir. Sth.
LOTS FOR SALE
One lot, Block 5, Section 1, Beach
Place. Price $2100, SI000 cash
balance 0-12 months.
One lot, Block 17, Section 1,
First Avenue. Price $2500,
$1000 cash, balance 0, 12, and
18 months.
Two lots, Block 29, Section 1,
Park Avenue. Price $5000, one-
fourth cash, balance 0-12-18
months.
One lot, Block 20, Section 5. tint-
view with two fronts, Sixth
Avenue and Seventh Avenue.
Price $1365, $800 cash, balance
easy.
One lot, Block 0, Section 5, Sixth
Avenue. Price $1525, $705 cash,
balance 6-12-18 months.
One lot, Block 6, Section 5, Fifth
Avenue. Price $1500, $300 cash,
balance 3-6-12 months.
Two lots, Block 22, Section 7,
Sixth Avenue, Price $600, one-
half cash, balance $25 per month.
One lot, Block 15, Section 7. two
fronts, Sixth Avenue and Hays
Cove, with house 32 x 20.
Price $2025.
One half of lot 13, Block 40,
Section 7, fronting Ninth .Avenue. Price $400, $200 cash,
balance $25 per month.
Lots 19-20. Biock 4, Section 8.
corner Ninth .Avenue. Price
$800, one-fourth cash, balan��*e
6-12-18 month.
Lots 9-10, Block 10, Section 8.
Tenth Avenue. Price $250 each,
one-third cash, balance 3-0
months.
FOR LEASE
x 100 feet on Third Avenue,
Level.   Good lease.
Stores on Second Avenue.
75
LOTS IN NEW HAZELTON
$10 down  and  $10 per  month
buys a lot now.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
HERE ARE SOME OF
MY OFFERINGS:
Double Front Lot with  "-Room   House
on 8th Ave., Sec. 6 $1600
Two Bay view LoU on 4th  Ave.,   Sec.
6    SZ450
Lot on 6th Ave., Sec. 6 $1575
Lot on 9th Ave., Sec.  7 $350
$60 cash and $26 a month.
Two Double Lane Corners on 11th Ave.
Sec. 8. $660 each.   Easy Terms.
Lot 19. Block 26. Sec. 6 $2200
F��, Life, AccMnt ltd Liability limine'
JOHN DYBHAVN
Pattullo Block.
Skaena Land DUtricl���District of Cout !!,_, s
Takt notice that 1, Thomu McCIitbimi 4
Prince Rupert. B. C, occupsti,,*: naj i���J
broker. Intend to apply tor permission to i-jrctae
the following deacribed lands:
Comment-ins tt t paot planted at th. S W
comer of pre-emption record IU. t:.. *.. .1.; ,aj
chains, thence aouth 40 chains, itu-ice *��-, g-
chaina to ahore ot take, thence foil,-..:.-; n^a,
of lake In a northerly direction to pi :r.t . I na.
mencement; eontalnini '120 acne, mor.- ot lm.
Dated Sept. 8, 1911. TliUM.i,-, Mr, I.UI,r\J
Pub. Sept. 9. Ereneat Cole. Aim
Skeena Land DIatrlot���District ul Coait ilj-.n s
Taka notice that E. 11. G. M,: -
En|., occupation aurveyor. ent   . i. ���
permiaaion   lo   purchaae the followin| .Incited
lanela:
Commencing at a poat planted at the N. W. Corner of Lot 4400. thence weat 80 chlans, th.nc,atsiU
20 chaina, Ibence eaat 80 chains, then** north l-J
chaina to tho point of commencement conttuiaj
160 acrea more or lest.
Dtted Atifuit 18. 1911. E. It. G   M'l.UR
Pub. Aut. M. V. M  -.let,:. Ami
Skeana Land Diatrict���District ol Coast Run)
Taka notice that K. I*. Millar ot Tiptoe. ��:(.
land, occupation farmer,   nteods |
permiasion to purchase lha followine de-tcnM
Commencini at a pott plant.-! a
w��t from tht N. W. Corner of U,-. . I
north 40 chaina, thence weat 20 chains, Una*
aoutb 40 chaint, tnence aatt 20 c(n . xa Ul
point ol commencement eontalnini eighty acre
more or lest.
Daled Aufuat 19 1911. R. F. MILLCR
I'ub. Au|. 26. r. M. lUfcr, tetct
Ske-.ua Land DUtrict���DUtrict of Coasl RumI
Taka notice that Prank S. Miller ��! UsM,
l.nt. occupation civil tn|inter, in:--- ..:
for permisaiun to purchaaa tha loUo*. tag iieae-nt-M
lanoa:
Commencini at-a poet plant.*! II '- I
Corner ot Lot 28, thence north 20 el....*j. tune,
wesl 20 chaint. Ibence aouth 20 chains, IMM
taat 20 chains to point of comn-..-: i
tainioi 40 acrea more or lesa.
Dated Aet-uet 14, 1911. FRANK - MILLED
Pub. Au|  26. P. M. '
Skeena Und DUlrict-DUtrict of Coaut !'_--l�� I
Taka nolice tbat Herbert 1. M... - I i<-
broke, Ont., occupttion lumberman, i.-.irtii u
apply tor permiealon to purchaie :*.c f~cais|
deeerribed landa:
Commencini at a poat pUnted on the Mt Usl
of tbe ZyRioqoKt or /lax-a-tot-lt* Ri.er. at walk*
weet corner of Lot 1706, tbence aorthe * .
the e-tterly boundary of Lot  :
more or lesa. to tbe northwest c-r - *
1706,  Ibence  westerly  and  toutherl;..  loo.***
the lelt bank of aaid over. SO chains m ������' J '���** x.
poiat   of   cmmrncem.nl   cm:...- ',**! atM
more or ItM.
Located Au|Uat 19. 1911.
Dated Auiust 21, 1911.    HKRIU'.r.. .' " ���  -���-
Pub. Akf. M. Freder.ek S. Ottmt*, .*(**
LAND LEASE NOTli/h
Bella Coola Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Cm* RatH
I
Take notice that II. M. ll.lt . I ; ���
land,   occupation   tenllemtn.   Intrr. ���
1st  permUakw  to  leeee the follown.
laDda:
Commendnf at a post planted
of   Necie-rtaconnay   River about   '."  -
of  IndUn  llner.e Line .Ihesce ��< - '
followini the channel of Seeled****"
thence south  v chains more or   >
,1  Bella Coola River, ihenc- !���*''���������   <      *   ';
of lieiU Coola River eaaterly SO chalet. tw~
60 chains more or lea, to poinl ol Co:
eontalnini 480 acrea, more or leas. ....
Dated August 28, 1911.
Puh. Sept. 80.
William McSai.-. Sir*
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B O Y S J
START IN BUSINESS
Sell the Daily News.
It's the easiest and quickest way of earning money
of your own.     Apply at
THE NEWS     OFFICE
Bella Coola Uad DUtrict-DUtrict ol Coa.*. lasso*
Take notice that H. M. CIIH ol D "
land, occupation gentleman, intrn ���
tot permUalon to leaaa the foUo.; .*
landa: u
t'nmmincini al a pott plant.* I s
eorner ol Ut 282. theoce south i
or Iisw to northern bounder-, ot leas.* '���
lor ny II. M I'lio*. thence followtr,: *.
aatt 20 ehalna, tbence north N c >
wmt 20 chaina to point ot comm.nc,
tair.ini 80 acrea. more or leaa. -, irF
Dated August 28. 1911. ��
l-ub. Sept. .10. WiUiam M.*'
Bella Cool. Und DUlrict -DUtrid ��� I <
Take nctice that H. M. Clill -1
land,   occupation   gentleman,   intrn Is
lor permlsaion lo leate Ihe follow in.*
landa:
Commencing at a port planted a-  II
corner of Lot 251. thence acuth  10 cl
or  1-sea  to  nortlrrn   leiundary  of  Leal
spplie-l for by II. M. Cllf, thence tail -
along  aald   boundary.   Ihence  n���r*
thenre west 20 chains to point ot coint.- '������
containing 80 acree. mare or lesa. . ir.
Daled Auguat 28, 1911. H- *}
Pub. Sept"30. William McNs"    ���'
Bella Coota Und DUtrict-DUtri.t ol C       *****
* i~
Tak. notice that H. M  CHIT n!l>
land, occupation genUeman, intends to al
permoeion to leaae the followini eleefrl -
Commendng at  a poat planted  a*
near the N. E. corner of Lot No  I, U
40 chains, thence weat 80 chains pott   *
east boundary of cannery leaae. *a��
the said east boundary aoulh 10 chariest  to  shore line,  thenre folio-rs  -' ,
line easterly 80 chaina more or less to I         .
commencement;    containing 320 se*r,-
.     -  i:
^   ��� mof*
I
rhaiM
dun*
Dated Augutt 31, 1911.
Pub. Sept. 10.
i 1 IFF
William *****
:
Bella Coola Und DUlrict���DUtrlct ol Cot-' '���' P
t
Tike notice lhat H. M   Cliff .f I1*    ��
land,   occupation   gentleman,   Inlend" ,
for pembelon  lo leaaa tbe follow- M
lands: .    u  |
.     Commendng at a port planted at
j corner of Ut 83, thence north 20 ch,.
I wert 40 chains, thence aoulh 20 chair
, leea lo shore line, tbence following lne -
j eart 40 rhaiM more or leea to point of Cl
ment;  containing 80 cane, more or lees
Dated August 31,1911. H. M; ���    ',,,���
Pub. Sept. 80. William McS��,r. ���***'q*
j Bella Coola Und DUUict���DUtrirt of Coa-t KanJ
Take notice that II. M. Cliff ol Dun1��:i��. 'fj*;
I land,   occupallon   gentlemm,   Intenl."   ��� r
! for  permuelon  to leaa.  the following   ���
I landa: ..   yg,
I     Commendng at t poet planled at -i-   ��� ���
i corner of Ixrt No 4, tbence north 40 chain., ihenw
eart 40 ehaina. thence eouth 40 chains n-^r
lese  to ahore  line,  thence following.'���""T '���.
rhaina more or less to pr***
wertewly 40 e
mencement;   containing 80 acne, more or -
Dated August 28, 1911* tt Mi*    'V,
I-..I. ::.,.t  .;., WillUm McNair, Al THE DAILY NEWS
Comforters
The snow is crawling down the mountains to remind us
of cold winter. Wo have opened five bales of comforters and have put them on sale ut the low price of $1.25
and $2.00. We also have them from $1 to the $16 Eiderdown, also blankets and bedding in large quantities   :    :
THE BIG FURNITURE STORE
-:   WHERE   WE   SELL   :-
EVERYTHING   FOR   HOUSEKEEPING
Here Are Some of Our Wares:
Armchairs, Rockers, Sanitary Couches,   Davenports,  Bed Lounges and
Rattan Goods; Chiffoniers, Dressers and all kinds of Case fjootls
Iron and Brass Beds,  Baby  Buggies.
Linoleums at all prices. Twenty-five patterns to choose from.
Carpets, Rugs, Portiers, Tapestry and Luce Curtains
and all kinds of Curtain  Materials.
For   the     s*-ove9.  Hotel  White, Granite and Vitrified Ware,  Tea-
l_a.   , pots,    Beanpots,    Buttercrocks,    Jugs,    Filters   and  a
l-aaltcnen     complete  line  of  Enamel  Ware.
Dining Room    Furniture of all kinds.      Cutlery,   French   and
English  China  in  sets  or  by  the  piece.
Miscellan- Bedding, Blankets, Comforts, the famous Ottermoor
_,        , Mattrett, Framed Mirrors and Mirrorplate for fram-
eoiIS UOOdS ing, 36x48 down; Jardiniers, Vases, Bur  Glusses  of
every description, Lamps,   Lamp   Chimneys,   Baskets   of   all   kinds.
F. W. HART
2nd Ave. and 6th St.
Phone 62
LYNCH BROS.
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rReal Estate and Stock Broken
APPROVED AGREEMENTS  FOR SALE PURCHASED
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Canadian Pacific Railway
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Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members of  the order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
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Monday* and Fridays, 8 a.m.
it. Prince  John sails for   Port   Simp-
Bon, Naas River, and Stewart, Wednesdays, 1 p.m.; and for Masset  and
Naden   Harbor Thursdays  12   p. m.
For Skidegate,   Rose  Harbor,   etc.,
Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service to Copper River
Mixed trains from Prince Rupert Mondays,   Wednesdays and Saturdays,   1
p.m., returning Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Sundays at 4 p.m.
The Grand Trunk Railway Sytlem
connecting with trains from thc Pacific
coast operates a frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains oyer lis
double  track route  between  Chicago,
Toronto,   Montreal,   Quebec,   Hal|f *���
Portland, Boston, New York and PW��
dclphia.   Atlantic SteamsWp booking"
arranged  via  all   lines.   Full information  and   tickets    obtained   from   the
office iif
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\SAVOY HOTEL
l-'rnsor nnd Fifth St.
The onlr hotel In town
with hot and cold water In rooms. Best furnished house north of
Vancouver, tl.a.ms Hlc
up. Phone 87. P.O.
Box 129.      1       1        !
Prudhomme 4 Filher      Proprietors
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TEMS   OF
1
.SPORT'
���*-.���!--.-��-_,-_, -_.-_,.-..__���__,_��� ��,_..
Seattle will have baseball in a
ife sized park next year, A street
is to be cut through die present
yard, on Vessler Way and Dug
is preparing to move out to his
new yard in Rainier Valley.
n n n
Hie Montreal Herald says that
the National Lacrosse Commission
lecoming a necessity and before
very liiiij. it will become an actual
fact. The Herald goes on to say
iluii: "Whether the Western
scribes know it or not, Con Jones
is in favor of a lacrosse commission
uul there is every reason to
believe that when Con. Jones
comes East on a trip he proposes
to make this fall, something more
may be talked about il."
*   *   *
'The Giants will  have to keep
their eyes peeled to prevent the
Athletics from stealing iheir signals," says Joe Tinker. "They
use Topsy Hartscll and Harry
Davis on the coaching lines for
no other purpose. There is no
doubt in my mind but that they
caught on to our signals last fall.
That is why they were able to
double cross us when we Started
to steal a base."
n n n n
Following appears in the Calgary
Albertan. Can Prince Rupert reply? "I, Charles Carver, am
willing to meet any man in
Canada in the welterweight class.
I have Inserted this challenge in
both Western and Kastern papers,
and so far have failed lo gel any
replies to my challenge.   Failing
to get any to the above  I  sh ill
lay   claim   to   the   welterweight
championship of Cari-da."
n  n  n
An event which will prove to
be of great interest to British
Columbia bowlers will be when
Joe West, the crack champion
bowler of the world, pays a visit
He will give exhibitions taking on
singles. The fame of West as a
ten pin bowler is world-wide and
he is perhaps one of the most
consistent bowlers In the game
today. Thc conditions of his
match state:
1. He will roll any man an
exhibition or match game of five
or more games. 2. Will roll one
or more exhibition games. 3. He
will put on singles iu the afternoon
against all comers and relays for
llu- benefit of those who are unable
to witness his performance in thc
evening.
No (hues have yet been made
for his appearance the arrangements for his tour not having yet
been made complete..
= THE COSY CORNER
DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY  TO  THE INTERESTS  OP  WOMEN
li
The new G.T.P. News Stand
for Lowney's delicious Chocolates, fresh from the factory,   tf
THAT HELLO  BOOK
Aid. Kirkpatrick Thinks Those
Anxious to Produce It Should
Pay for the Privilege.
Final typewritten copy for the
new telephone directory to Ik*
issued for the city was laid before
the council on Monday night by
Manager Love through the phone
committee. A number of enterprising person* have sought the
privilege of printing this directory with the Idea thai their sole
recompense shall lx- the revenue
derived from the advertisements
printed in llu- book. From thinking at firsl that the city had
belter do the job itself, and not
seek advertisements for ilu- Hello
Hook, the council has come round
to the idea thai they might as
well get all they can from those
who want to prim the book, and
reap the revenue from the ads.
Alderman Kirkpatrick said the
person getting lhe privilege should
pay a  bonus for it, and City
Solicitor Peters thinks the city
should get 1500 for the privilege.
The Hello Book goes back to the
phone committee meanwhile.
PERMANENT   MONUMENTS
F. S. Clements to Be Engaged by
City to Locate Points in City
Survey Exactly.
This is a little Bection of the paper, which from duy to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, und to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms aro invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will All a social need.
"WAYS THAT ARE DARK
How the Wily Oriental Deluded
the Cartoonist
1   known  cartoonist   had
to   furnish   drawings   of
A  we
agreed
the characteristic features of a
certain exposition iii in American
city. Illustrating Chinese day he
drew a splendid sketch of ilu*
Imperial dragon <>f China in the
a t of defying any encroachment
of all the world. Then he wanted
to surmount the whole with an
appropriate motto in Chinese. He
went to a Chinese win, hail charge
of an exhibit of Oriein.il merchandise in the fair and asked him
for some militant motto, written
in his native tongue and script.
After a moment's hesitation the
Chinese did so. The cartoonist
carefully copied the characters
into his drawing and it was printed
with much eclat in the magazine.
Soon the editors received the
following earnest, not to say solemn
screed from some educated Chinese
in Washington:
Mr.  's picture is a credit
to the sentiments thai America
holds toward China, but the incongruous words he has placed
above it are out of place and spoil
the whole thing. What do they
mean in connection with the picture
of our exalted dragon, our exalted
emblem? What has "Buy of
How Sing and Company" gol to
do with the patriotic drawing? Is
the whole  thing  intended  merely
as an advertisement?
It was evidently too good a
chance for the wily Oriental merchant to lose.
pair ol gloves to Philip the Fair,
I thereby giving him possession of
Ithe towns of din in and Bruges,
! GERMANY FACES FOOD RISK
Increase in Prices Causes Serious Misgivings as to Coming
Winter.
Berlin, Oct. 21.��� It is not without serious misgivings that the
coming winter is being regarded.
It was a splendid summer, but
there was a drought throughout
the country, and the price of
food has risen so enormously that
many persons see ruin staring
them in the face. Economic ex-
perls regard ihis as Germany's
greatest   danger  for  months   to
come, and steps are already being
taken to guard agaiiisi the suffering
lllill the enormous rise iu prices
will cause.
Among other measures which
are being demanded is the importation of American canned
meats��� a commodity which has
been prohibited in Germany for
the last few years. Whether the
Governmeni   v. HI   yield   to   the
stress of public opinion in this
respect remains to be seen, bill
there is little doubt lhat some
step will be taken in ortler to
meet the necessities of lhe case.
HAS STRANGE POWER
Remarkable Water Finding in
the  Old  Country
W. I.. BARKER
Architect
Second uveiue and Third street
Over Westeiihaver Bros.' Office.
MUNRO   &   LA1LEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART &   STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS -:- AUDl'IORS
Law-Butler Building      Phone No. 280
Prince Runert P.O. Box 361
  COAL NOTICE
Skeana Lund District���Dlitrict ol queon Cliarloitu
Islands
Take nollco thut Austin M. Hrown ot I'rince
Ruport. occupulloti suddler, intends to upply to
the Chlof CoiiuniBHinnor of l.umis und \\ orks
for a liconco to prospoct lor coul unel oil unel putro- .
loum on und unilor tin, following doscrilied lunds
on tho Wost t'eiusl of Graham Islund:
Communcing tt I posl pluntod three mllo-i cual
of tho touthwuat comer of '*. L. No. 4477 thonco
SO chaina oaat, thtnot BU chuins norlh, tliuncu all
chains wool, tliuncu BO chuins south to point ol
commencement
AUSTIN  M. UKOWN. Locutor
Dato of Location, Ulal July lyll,
Puli. Auk. 17.
Skoonu Lanel District -Dislrict ut Queen Cliarloitu
Islunds
lake DOtlea that Austin M. Hrown of I'rince
Rupert, uccupatiun suddler, inlenda lo upply to
the Chief l.'oniniis-eiom-r of Lunds and Worka for u
llcunce to preiHiu-ct le,r cual, oil uml pe-tre-loum on und
undor the followine d-s-rrilied lunds on lho Woat
Coast ol Orahiim Islund:
Commencing ut ll post piunted three mile-s eusl
ol lho ,.,.,��� i ,..,, corner oil*. L. No. 4472 thence
norlh SO chuins, thence easl HO chuins, thence south
80 chains, ihenco west BO chuins to point ot coni-
nioncemunt.
AUSTIN  M. HROWN. Locutor
Locale-,] August 1st, IHU.
Pub. Aug. 10.
Skwna Lund Dislrict  -Dislrict ul Queen Churlultu
Tuke ii ol, ix- lieul thirly duys from dute. I, C. K i
Huinli-r ot l'ruieo Hupurt, XX. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend lo apply lo the Chief Cum- !
niiasiom-r oi Lunds lur u licence to prospect for
coul un��l petruleum on and under lllo acres ot
land un liruhum Islund deucriln-d us follows:
Commencing ul a posl pluntod live milus east
ot Coul Uue., No. 4407, marked C. K. 11. Coal
Leas.* No. 1, N. E. cornur, Ihuncu west BU chains,
tliunci- south BU i-l.in,,.., ihonco r.ri tio chains,
thence north BO chains to place ot eommencoment
DatedSept. II, lou
Pub. Sepl 11*1.
Skeonu Land Dislrict���District of Quoen Charlotte I .,     ��� ��� ,��� .. ,���������
Tako nolico that thirty days from ,iuto, 1, (J. E Alex.M.Munson n.A..     W.K.WIIliarr.s,B.A..L.L.D
Uuinle-r ol Princu Itupert, 11. C, by occupatiun wil 1 I A Ma,    A'.    MAM*a-.f*iM
bookkeeper, intond to apply lu lhe Chiot Com- Wll-MAMM    ��.    MANSUIN
miaaiune-r oi i_mia fur a licence to prospect tor! Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
coal ami  petroleum  un  uml  under lilO acroa ���1
SPLENDID SWIMMERS
Two   Toronto   Girls   Enjoy
Unique Distinction
Two Toronto sisters, fifteen and
sixteen years of age, enjoy the
distinction of being the only women
on the continent to receive the
aweird of merit, .*��� beautiful si,vet
medal, from the Roved Life-saving
Society of C.reat Britain. They
are Misses Dorothy and Honora
Cochrane, daughters of Mr. Arthur
Cochrane, physical director of Up*
per Canada College. Others who
have won the award are: Messrs.
II. R. Brandt. II. M. Dawson, C.
Edwards, J. M. F. Oegory, G. W.
Tebbs, nnd I.. B. Tillson, students
at the Cniversiiy of Toronto, and
pupils of .Mr. Corsan. Announcement to this effect was made
yesterday.
The severity of the test required
for lhe award is shown in the fact
thai the contestants must tow a
non-swimmer sixty feet in five
styles, the lasi sixty li-oth the
towed person and the rescuer
being fully dressed. They must
swim 1.8(10 feel by three methods;
must undress on the surface of
lhe waler, must thoroughly understand lhe Schafcr method of resuscitation, and must break away
from the desperate clutch of n
drowning ikt-oii.
Both the young women and their
hither refer to the wonderful performance very modestly. Mr.
Cochrane remarked yesterday that
any girl in the city could do
the same thing if ihe school board
would give them the opportunity.
The Misses Cochrane were examined al Lake Teinagami
As the city become built up,
the old fixed points established by
the original surveyors of the town-
site, and marked with stakes,
have been destroyed and removed,
especially in Section One, but to
a   great    extent    in   all   sections
except Section Two. It has become almost Impossible i<> get a
correct line now in the heart of
the city, and to set this right
before it is too late the council
have arranged to employ Mr.
F. S. Clements, B. C. L. S., who
was for a long time with lhe city
staff >t0 establish the old fixed
points exactly, and have them
marked  with  suitable  permanent
monuments, The word "monuments got Alderman Newton
pricking up his ears at council
on Monday night, as if he feared
lhe idea was lo have Mr. Clements
put up monuments to Alderman
Hilditch and Alderman Clayton
,u the corner of Third avenue
and   Third  street.     However,   he
speedily appreciated the importance of the matter and the
surveyor will be engaged.
BURIED    IN    GLOVES
Mark of Distinction in Olden
Time
Royal personages and nobility
were often interred wearing gloves.
The t ffigies of Kit hard I. and of
John at Fontevraud both have
gloved hands; the gloves have the
appearance ol being richly wrought
and jewelled, and are said to Inexact copie of those in which
Ihey were buried. Thorna- a
Btekei weis buried in gloves, and
when lhe tomb of Kdward I. was
opened, gloves, jewelled on lhe
back, wen- found oil the hands.
Few people realize the dose connection of gloves with thc church.
In very olden days they were
WOm during the service by the
clergy as part of the vestments.
lu   some   Instances   ecclesiastical
law required th; t gloves should
be pui on before lhe consecration
id die Sacrament,
Al fil* the clergy's gloves were
while bill later they matched the
Vestments according to the church
seasons. Si rich and extravigani
did these gloves become thai the
clergy   were   forbidden   to   wear
gaudy gloves.   At the coronation
of the King of France the Archbishop used to bleSS and present
a pair of gloves. < '.loves were also
.i n cognized pari of the regalia
and a pair is Included in the
impelial ornaments of Germany,
The Farl of Flanders presented a
AI.KRKI) CAltSS,
of Hrlllsl, Cl,,,���l���ii
und Munitoliu ll.,is
(-. V. BENNETT, B.A.
of II.C. Ontario. Sns-
kuti-hewun ami Alls,,;, llura.
CARSS & BENNETT
HaRKISTKRS,  NOTAKIKS, ETC.
Office-Exchange block, QOVMT Third avenue and
Sixth street, I'rince Ruuert. 8
WM. S. HALL, L. D. S., D. U. S.
Dentist.
Crown antl Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental Optntkmi skilfully treatwi.   Gai aod
local imii-ilii-i it*** adminiitered for tho painless 6x-
tractiun of tit-th.       Consultation free.     Offices:
C.'K. UAINTER, Locator , HcUtcri-on Block. I'rince Ruuert. 11-12
A very remarkable achievement
in "water-finding'1 has just been
carried through at Solly Oak,
Birmingham. It was necessary
lo discover a supply of waler on
tlie land belonging to the Patent
Enamel works, and Mr. Chester-
man was called (nun Hereford
for the pun>ose. lie went over
the land with his piece of aluminum
wire for ;d>nut half an hour. Then
hc suddenly siop|>ed, and declared
lhat at the place where he stood
water would be found at a depth
of 250 feet. A contract was
signed liy which he engaged to
sink an 8-inch artesian tube which
should produce nol less than lo.IMM)
gallons of water a day. on the
condition "no water, no pay."
He employed hydraulic lioring machinery, and in fourteen days
struck water at a depth of 213
feel, and tWt pumping for 20
hours proved a yield of WMMM)
gallons j>er day. That the CXpeil
should have gauged the depth
within two feet is considered one
of the greatest triumphs in water*
finding of modern times.
land on t.rulmrn lalund described un follows;
Commencing at u pout planted tivo miles east
of Coul 1.-1.-.-.-- No. 4lt>7, markod C. E. 11, N. W.
cornor Nu. i, thencu aouth 8U chalnn, thence cunt
HU -linn.-, tl,. net* north SU chalnn, thunce wuat
M) chalnn tu placu ot cotumencumunt.
Doted Sept. 11, 1911. C. E. UAINTER, Locator
I'ub. Sept. 88. ,
Skoena Land District���DUtrict of Quoen Charlotte
Taku notice thut thirty duys from date, I, C. E.
Uainter of 1'rincu Ruperl, U. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to upply to thu Chief Com-
miationur of Lunda fur a licence to prospect (or
coal and pvtrokum < t. and under OIU acrua ol
land on Graham Islund duscribed ai followa;
Commencing at a poat planted live mllea eaat
of Coa) Luaau No. 4476, n-.triv.-i C. E. M. B. W.
cornor of Coal Leaao No. ���>. thunce east HU chaina,
thencu north HU chains, thuncu weat HU chaina,
tbence aouth HU cbains to placu of commencement.
Dated Sepu 11, 1911. C. E. UAINTER, Locator
Tub. Sept. 'i'i.
Skena Land DUtrict���Diatrict ol t*Ju%t Charlotlu
'1 uke notice that thirty days (rom date, I, C. E. ,
Uainter of I'rince Rupert, U. C, by occupation i
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chief Com-.
mUsionur of Lands (ur a licence to prospect for ���
coal and petroleum on and under Mil acres of'
land on Uraham Island doacribed as (ollows:
Commencing at a post planted livu miloa cast I
of Coal Luaae No.   u.t', markod C. E. 11. S. E   !
corner Coal Lease No. 4, thenco weal HU chaina,
iI.i-ihv  north HU chains,  thenco east HU chains, I
Ibence aouth HU chains to place o( commencemuni.
DaUnlScpt. 11,1911.     C. E. UAINTER, Locator
I'uh. Sept. 2.1
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict o( Queen Charlotto
Tako notice that thirty days (rom dale, 1, C. E.
Uainter ot I'rincu Rupert, U. C, by occupaUon
l>ookkeeper, inlend to apply lu tbe Chief Com*
mlasioner of Lands for a licence to proapect (or
coal and petroleum on and under *���'*> acrus o(
land on Craham Island deacribed as (ollows:
Commencing at a post planted two nulea notrh
of stako marked C. E. H. Coal Laaso Nu. 4, marked
N. E. center C. E. II. Coal Lease Nu. it, thence
���oulh HU chaina, thenoe weat HU chains, thencu
north HU chaina, thunce uaal HU chuins to placo ol
cmnmonccrnenl.
Dated SepL 11, 1911.    C. E. UAINTEH, Locator
iSib. SepL I J.
Skeena Land DUtricl���DUtrlct ot Queen Chralotta
Tako nolico that thirty days (rom dato, 1. C  E.
Uainter ot I'rinco Rupert, 11. C, by occupatiun [
bookkeeper, inlend to apply lo the Chiel Com- i
missioner ol Lands (ur a licence to prospect (ur
c .ii and petroleum oo and under 04U acrus of :
land on liraham Island deacribed as follows:
Commencing al a poet planted two mllua north j
ol C. E. 1). Coal Leaae No. .1, marked C. E. Uainter I
N. W. corner Coal Lease No. 6, thence south bu \
chains, thence east HU chains, thenco north bU
chaina, Ibonce watt HU chains to placu ol cummencemenl.
DatedSept. 11,1911.    C. E. UAINTER ,Locator
I'ub. Sept. 23
Skoena Land DUtrlct���DUtrict ol Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty davs from dale, 1, C. E.
Hainter u( I'rince Rupert, H. C., by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply lo the Chief Commissioner ol Lands for a lie, ncu to prospect (or
coal and petroleum on and under t>4U acroa of
land on Graham Island doacribed as (ollowa:
Commencing at a poet plantod two milos north I
"l C. E. U. Coal Leaae No. 3, atake S. W. eorner!
Coal Leaae No. 7, thence north HU chains, tbence i
east  HU  chaina,  thenoe aoutb  HO chains,  tbence
weat HU chains to place o( commenoemenL
Dated Sept. 11,1911.     C. E. HAINTER, Locator
I'ub. Sept. 23
Skoena Land In/im-t -District of Queen Charlotu
Tako notice tnat thirty days from date, 1. C. E.
Uainter of 1'rince Rupert, U. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to tbe Chief Commissioner of Lands (or a licenco tu prospect tor
coal and petroleum oo and under (MU acree of
' described as folluws.
Box 266
Prince Rupert, B.C
P.O. UOX 23
I'RINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
IT i'i I. OF WM. FOXON,  1 Ny.. A.It.A.M.,  1 UN., BNQ
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE    AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Thinl Avenue also Water Street,
PRINCE RUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS _  SADDLERY  MANUFACTURER
l'i*|i:iiriii': a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and 11th Sta
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND Ave.
Hotel Central ��_?&1_3i
Europenn nml American plan, steam
heitted, modern convenience*, knl"--
tl.UU tu .���_���:." per day.        :        :
Peter Black ��� Proprietor
1 -*vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv__
II w. j. McCutcheon
Carrl-ascompLtc slock of Drugs.   Si���-,-,sl
attention paid to filling prescriptions.
! '��� Theatre Block i k n... t�� Second he.
Harvard has ;i new MnniK man,
Frederick*-). Huntin��on, of Lei-1*^_____SS,J*_L
Y. ii* Commencing at a post planted Iwo mhos north
rt-StlT,   M;i>-S,   fl-IItlt*  nil   lilt*   l<��>t-   olC. E. II. Coal L**** No. t, marked S. E. iKirniir
t  .11     . .....I     n     r..���,t,,,_..���;,,|., I C. E. 11. Coal Leaso No. H, Itiunc north HU chains,
Kill  team, and .1 irauterwetgnt {g^, .���,, 80 ch,lni, lhcnw _,ulh B0 ch.lnip
.timiln.*    I,,,, ll.. ill    llll.ll   ill    lllill    I'll-   th.nco.ast 00 chslns ta place of commencement.
.nil. .lit.    ItlllllMll    lilt-it    ii    >'���������>    V        BSSfS, 11, IK1I.     C. E. UAINTEH, Locator
SI til III.    As Itrong 111.111. I IlllillPfct'tP I Pub.Sept.23
lias displaced  I-'.  II.  I.fslil-, till' old :;���_,���, Und DWrid-DUtrlct of queen Charlotte
Hsrvaitl   Champion,   Whom   lit-  (If- ;��� fake noUco lhal thirty dan from date, 1, C.K
li.rr  r r.i     I   rit.r.    I'lllrirl        (1.    C.
PIANOFORTE LESSONS
For Beginners and Advanced Pupils
Miss Vera Greenwood
Pupil of Franz Wilczck. Paris and Berlin.
Balnier ot I'rince Itupert,
by occupatiun
Room 28. Alder Block Upstairs
���__-_.E.   EBY    C&   Co.==.
REAL   ESrATR
Kitsumkalum l.an-l For Sale
KITSUMKALUM ��� |<    <J.
, .   . -   . ,. iisin,--r  ui   i ruin-   iiupurr,   i>.   i   ,   ay occupation
lr.it. >l   llV   ''I   |)t>IIUs. .M't-iirtllllg   tlii bookkeeper, Intend to apply to the Chief Com-
.1.        --        -��     ,..ttt   r,,���,r.a.l   .,,.   flin   miastom-r ot Lands for a licenco to prospect for
till*   slri-llKtll   tl'Sts   Dglirea   Oil   Ull'in,,! ,nd petroiVum on and under 610 ucr,- ul
SU Weill   SVStCm.     HuntlllStOnS ri*- i 1��nd on Ont-O Wind described ** follows:
**"* ���    ,       ' ,     t , .���?���> I     Commencum al a posl planted llvo mil,*, east
l-lllll sllnWS .'  tot.ll ol   !..)(..( 11 1-.   ���| foal Lease Nu. 4174, marked C. K. Balnler'a j
l.   .....I     ...u...     ,1...    -r-tr.t.itr.l.     ,,( ' N. E. Comer Coal Lease Nn. *), thonce south 80 I
reckoned  upon   tin-  sirt-ngiti   m chlll)lli lhl,nro ������ ,��� ch.iruip lhM,_, nurth ��0
ICSS,   back,   |..lr.irills,   Upper   Cheit|<BK Ihence east BO chains to place ol com-
aild .trills.    Willi Ilis ll*j;s lllllltillK-   ultS^pt; II, 19ll.   C. E. BAINTER, Locator ' S_ftSff1?!_5___. .*��'* j_"_? J*S,*S?-5
��� If      ���  > ���*-,.���> I LI        I * I'ul, -vri.t  "*l . *>ach tneinlh In the-Son.i.f hnitlanel  Hal. K1U 2nd
lifted 1,363 pounds.    He chin- i-*-***"' Ave.atsp.m.
hull-, ll     NXteen     times     ailtl ' Sksena Land District -Dislrict ol queon Charlotu K. V  OI.AIIK. S-c .
,,.. ...,:..      ,:... u    I     Take notice lhal thirty days Irom dale, I, C. E.   ���_������  P. O. II,,a 111 I'rlnce Rupert
tll|l|llll       tWenty-llVC    times.       ne   Bahta ol I'rince Rapt**.  6. CL by occupaUon    ERNEST A. WOODS. President. Box 23
....ii,I,a.   ��� ���ilv     Hi!    in en iii k      Inn     is ' bookk.s'per,  intnd  lo  apply  lo  tliu Chiol  Com- i  ,	
Wl*lj;lls olll\ l".�� puunOS, DIM ", j rnuri������,.', ���f u���a. lor a licnca to pru.pw for
lirei.nl .uul ll.'-.i powerful pllVslflUf. I eoal and p-troU-uin un snd under l>40 acraa of
 ! ��� * .     lsnd ���n i.r.limn l.lami eleM-rilied as follows:
S. O. E. B. S.
The   Prinoe   Riipi-rt I���.lKe.  N���. .-IIS. Sons   of
ton
I'l el
COAL   NOTICE
Conim.-licinil at a posl planted one mile north
: ol C. E. II. i'oal  I ���.-,- No. t, markad N.  W.
crn.-r C. E. II. No. lu, ihenco aouth 80 chains,
i tbence wesl  Ml ch.ins,  thence  nurth  80 chains,
Skn-n. Land DlslrlC -District ot UuMn Charlott     thenco east no chains lo place of commencement.
Skeena l-n-1 Uleine*- j��*���e*     **"**n "-narioii     gjjj-j j|-�� n   m|_     f.   g- gjgfgg* *******,���,
Take notice lhat Auatin M. Brown of Princa   I'ub. Sept. 23.
83___n Unhand Ntt Vailmxio. Skeen. Ui,,, Dislrlct-Dislrict of quean Charlott.*
lo prr.spect  for coal, oil and petroleum on and lake notice lh.t Ihirty days tronm date, I, C. h.
under the lollowing d��crlbed lands on lha Weat "���in"*' *���' *'["~" Hup"-". B. C. occupation book.
Coart ol I iraham lslsnd: WK* ,"���*:'"'��� *a *\<m **��� **' Lhief Commission.-!*
Commencing si a pott t-lantod throe mllea aaat "< *���*,���"** <*" �� xxattmt* prospoct for coal and
ot the northeast eorner of C. L. No. 44C9 thanca Iftrol.-um   un  .nd  under  040  .eras ot  land   on
soulh 80 chains, thence 80 chains weat. thenca 80 Oraham Island descnlifc.1 as follows:
chslns north, ihence 80 chains east to point of ,*7fttP***f* ,*", * *"���*'. I'l��nied iw.i mil.*, nurlh
.������,.���.������,������ ,i ol C. h. II. I osl I.;,-,- No 8, marked N. B. corner
commencemenl.   ^���mmm, M   Un0WN, Locator 3 <-������ *������ u* *-'��*'1 I**���"' N��* ". **<""�� "U"lb **>
Located August 1st. 1911. chains,  Ihenco west 80 chains,  thence north  80
l-ub. Aug. IS.
Skeana Land Diatrict���District ol queen Charlotta
Islanda
Take notice lhat Austin M. Brown of Princa
chains,  thence
mencement.
DatedSept. 11,1011.
I'ub. Sept. 23.
80 chains tu  placu ul  cum*
C. E. BAINTEH, Ucator
MISS ELSIE  FROUD
A.L.C.M.
Teacher nf I'iano, Violin and
Voice Culture.
2ntl Ave, n .        .,
Between 7tl, & stl. Sts.    Prlnt'1' Ra*'erl
E. L. FISHER
funeral   Director and   Embalmer
0BABOSS REASONABLE
THIRD   AVENUE      PH3NE   356.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Rupert, 11. C., occupation ssddlor. ntends to skeena Und District���Dislrict nf queen Charlotto
.pply to the Chief I omtnissioner ol Unds and f Take ���������_, lhll thlrt d,.., ,rgm imit> J c. K.
Works lor a licence lo pros|��t lor cosl, oil .nd uainter of Prince llupert, II. C, by occup.tion
petroleum on and under the lollowlng eleascribed bookkeeper, Inlend lo apply to the Chlof Corn-
land, on the ttiat (oaat oll.raharn Island: mbaloner of Und for a liconco to prospect lor
Commencing at a post plsnted three mile, eaal ���,mt ,nd petroleum on and under (140 acna ul
ol the northeast corner of C. L. No. 4478 thenca |,nj ������ (;���(������, |,|,nu deecrilieil ��,- loUows:
80 chslns south, Ihenee 80 chains east, the*,.*" 80 | Commendng at a post planted two miles north
chains north, thonce 80 chslns weat to point  ol , 0| (*   ��   h   j^,) |^_��� js)���, 7, mlrked C. E. 11.
commencement.     ���sij.mu   , Coal Irtm, No. 12, Ihence south 80 chains, thence
AUSTIN M. BHOWN, Locator 1 eMl (,,, c���.inn, thence neirth  80 chslns, thenco
Dste of Location 31sl July, 1911. , 1 WBrt Hl, chains to plsce of commencemenl.
I'ub. Aug. 17. > Dated Sept. 11, 1011.     C. E. BAINTER, Ucator
Skeena Und District���District ol quawt Charlott.   **��� ***��� 23-
Taka nolle, that fiSlH. Ilrown ot Prince ' S*1"-*!" ��������"���' RfiMtfif1**. j?' ^T" ty***.0**?
BnS occupstlon Mddler, Intends lo apply to Take notice that thirty days from dale, I, C.fc.
lh.Chief Comml��.loner of Unds snd Works for   I***"*" ul  Prince  Rupert,  II.
Osj bv occupation
to the Chlof Cum-
lice to pr,*B|iect  for
coal and i-ctrnleum on and under G40 acros of
a'licence to preemect for cosl, oU .nd petroleum an   Imokkee-ier. Ijiu*n,l to apply to lho Chiol Cunv
and under the Yollowlng drWrll-ed fsnds on  lh.   mtaeioner of  Unel. to, a llcnce to pr.-spect lor
HAYNER BROS.
UNDKUTAKKK.H AND KMIIAI.Mi.It-S
Funeral   DlfWlUfl
3rd Ave. near tith St. I'hone No. 8fi
..Grand  Hotel
Worklngman's Home
Free Labor Bureau in Connection
\Vi*i Coast nf (iraham lilaml: , ,     ,   , ��� ,, m<B<B_t-Hi<a'BH_i k<b_ij_��ihh_i
Commencing at a poat nlsntod three mile, east I '*<>* <"* Oraham lslsnd tleacrilied as follows: ��� aaVAI U11U M. IViVlIt
of th. northeast cornar ofC. L. No. 4472 thence ,WWl5,*j " W9 I'L*""*"' ,w" m|[��� nor,h I
80 chains weat. thenc 80 chains north, thence 80 9 ���* *",}'���''"} *?���** N.V* '.r**'***** *>��� ����� Wg ,
chslns east, Ihence 80 ch.ina soulh lo point of | * ft ' ��� ' "��l '"""^l' .*"*��� jt1"1"' nnr ' S
commencement. : <:*tl<"'  '*pnc** "*  5?. ** " ""' . h"",C"  "".'th
AUSTIN M   BROWN   Locator   -mains,  thence wesl 80 chains lo placo ol com- '
Ucaied Aup ltt, 1.11. =���nj*     .���,_   ft ���  m^ ___,_. ��� Phone 178 1st Ave. and Tth St.
uo.       11. ... ,,u|)  ijjn 83 GE_   BRODER,us   proptl.lo,
Skeena Und District���District ot quean Charlotu
Islands Skeenn Und District���Dislrict ol queen Charlotta	
Taka nnllee lhat Austin M. Ilrown ot Princa -     Tske notice that Ihirty days from dato, I, C. E. I ���^���___
Rupert, occupstlon aaddler. Inlands tn apply to ; Bsinter ol  Prlnco Rupert,  II. C, by occupation
Utile's NEWS Agency
licence lo prospect for cosl, oil and petroleum on missioner of Unds tnr a licence to prospoct tor '
and undor the tollownig described lands on tho cosl and prlretleum on and undor U40 acrea ot
Weal Cosst ol (iraham Island: 1 land on (iraham tslsnel descrllwd as fnlluwai
Commencing at a poat planted threo milea oast       Commencing at a post planted two miles north I
ot Ihe southeast cornar ofC. L. No. 4470 thence   ol c. B, II. Coal Usso No. 8, marked S. E. come 1 .. , _    ,   .,     , .,
north  80 chains, Ihenca easl 80 chains,  thence , C.  K.  11.  I'eial  Uase Mo.   14,  thence north  80   Magazines it Periodicals II Newspapen
south 80 chains, thence weal 80 chaini to point ol   chains, thence weal 80 chains, Ihenco wuih  80
commencement. chains, ttiotieei last  80 ctiains to placo ot cum-1 _L_. _._ ��,�����. ����^�� ..,,.,.���,,.
AUSTIN M. BHOWN, Locator   mencement. CIGARS    -.1   TOBACCOS   *.*.    FRUITS
located August Irt, 1911. Dated Sept. 11, I'Jll.    C. E. HAINTEK, Locator
������;.!��. , ......
Pub. Aug- 10
Pub. Sept. 23.
G.T.P. WHARF
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Wednesday. Oct. 25
SPENDING THE WATERWORKS MONEY
The question of who should have the spending of the So.r>0,0u()
and the manner in which it should be spent, were the great issues
in the recent vote on the waterworks bylaw. There was no objection
worth noticing to the Bcheme itself.
.\ great deal of the objection was on the ground that the money,
if voted, would be given to Alderman Hilditch to spend. For some
reason or another a large number of citizens, did not wish Alderman
Hilditch to have the spending of the money.
The Mayor clearly recognized these objections. On one occasion
he made a public recognition of them. He pointed out that the money
would lie spent by the waler and light committee, of which Altlernian
Hilditch was nm a member, and promised that Alderman Hilditch
would not be given the spending of the money.
On those representations the money was voted Since then
Alderman Hilditch and his friends have objected to the waterworks
expenditures being passed upon in open council. They forced through
a motion, appointing a committee with power to act in secret. This
motion went through without opposition from Mr. Manson.
The final act of Mr. Manson in the betrayal of the citizens was
when he broke his word, and with the whole council io select from,
deliberately appointed Alderman Hilditch to become chairman of
the light and water committee���the committee that will have the
spending of the people's $550,000.
Il is no secret that Alderman Hilditch has ambitions to liecotnc
the next mayor of Prince Ruperl. Mayor Mauson's action in handing
over to him the control of the waterworks appropriation, is in effect
the handing over of a means to secure the return of Alderman Hilditch
as Mayor.
There should be no objection lo any man who feels like doing
so, offering himself as Mayor, and making the best of his candidature.
But for Mayor Manson to appoint Alderman hilditch lo the spending
of the waterworks money is unfair to the several oilier aldermen who
may have designs on the Mayor's chair."
More than that, it is a distinct breach of faith with the public,
who were led lo believe that Alderman Hilditch was not to have the
spending of the waterworks money.
WANTED   SOME HISTORIC DOCUMENTS
So far no capable history of British Columbia has been written.
Among thc other duties of the Provincial Archivist at  Victoria, a
collection is being made of liist.uic.il data.    This will some day form
the Tom Tiddler- ground of the future historian of British Columbia.
Hon. Dr. Young has recently sent out an appeal on behalf of
Mr. Scholefield, tin- archivist, inviting all persons in ihe province
who have any historic documents to submil them, either as gifts or
for purchsse to the archh ist's office.   .Mauri..' relating to the colonial
and fur trading periods are especially desired, and all other mailer
relating to the province, such as diaries, letters, manuscripts, etc.,
and in addition all Indian lore, legends, myths and tribal history -
NEW TENDERS
FOR WOODWORTH
Bids to be in Not Later Than
Six p.m. Thursday. Conditions Made Easier. Time
Limit Extended. Snow fall
Allowed for.
Besides altering the specifications
lor ilu- work of clearing around
ihe short'.*" of Woodworth Lake,
the city council have arranged for
.in extension of ihe time limit for
the   work,   ami   easier  conditions
in the iM'iii ol delay occasioned
through snowfall. The lime limit
now sei lor tlu- completion of
the work is "sixty days after the
completion ot the nail now being
buill in Woodworth Late." Another important condition is that
the work cannot be accepted while
snow remains on the ground. There
will In* reasonable extensions of
time granted to contractors or
station gangs for delay occasioned
by snow.
11 is estimated that the trail
to Woodworth cannot be completed within three weeks, and
according to Alderman Douglas
lasi night information has reached
tin* i-iiy that snow has already
been found fresh fallen within
I(11)11 feet of Woodworth Like.
Colonel Davis asked the alderman
whether he meant a thousand
feet perpendicularly or horizontally? Alderman Douglas was nol
clear on thai poim. The council
favored the city's constructing
the stave pipe last night, the
opinion being thai there will be
plenty of time to find yellow cedar
enough before thi' pipe is -needed
Tenders for the clearing of Wood-
worth Lake shores nave been
returned to the bidders unopened.
New tenders are called for Thursday, 20 inst., ai not later than
0 p.m. The etnie cil will nieel
ill S p.m. to open ii .d consider the
)ids.
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Mack Realty & Insurance
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Notice
Our patrons will please note iluii nil accounts
���gtlnti tin- iniliviiluals of thclinii. tht' Pony Ex-
lira's., will be kept separate fr���m those of the
Company, elatii-ii*- from lhe 1st tf October, lull.
E. A. ELLIOT,
J. ROOTJES,
23.��---!4al FHIl) I'ETEIISON.
COAL NOTICE
For Rent ,
���*"*-.. -��������. **.>��**** I.���*-.,>-���*. ��"-fc.��^ |^
Special rates by
166- tf
I
L._
Furnished rooma with bath,
tho week.   Talbot House.
Neatly Furnished rooma. trentlemenpreferred.-
Apply Mrs. Mullin, over Majestic Theatre.     tf
Nln? F,ur��",l"?) R��*>me. Mrs. Greenwood, Alder
Block; Third Ave. 178-tf
For Rent-Furnished rooms. Hot and cold water
with bath. Digby Roomi. 6th Ave. and Fulton
Street. tf
For Rent-Soni of England Hall, 819 2nd*Ave.. for
Dances, fraternal Societies. Socials, etc. Apply
t rank A Ellis. Box 869 or phone 68. lSii-tf
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For Sale
t***      - ii-n.n.e, *.,,-*... a ��� -. ,. I. ,*
30-30 Savage Ride, good aa new.
236-241
P. O. Box 264.
For Sale-Chicken Ranch. 2 Storey house', household goods. Near Prinoe Rupert. A map If
taken at once.   Addreas Box 368. tf
12000 takes excollen: view lot with substantial  I-
roomed cottage, lot 6. block 2, section 6. Borden
St.   Enquire on premises or P.O. Box 8.
238-242
RAILROADING   BYLAWS
Electric Light Plant, and Phone
Plant Debenture Bylaws
Pushed.
Two money bylaws were railroaded through on Monday night
by the city council the rules being
suspended in order that they might
In* read ihe first and second times
ai'd then considered in committee
of the whole. Their third reading
and final adoption follows iit nexi
meeting of council,   The bylaws
were those lo raise the iieci>-.ny
sum by the issue of debentures
for the extension of the electric
light plant, antl to raise s lii.iiiin
by die same method for the
telephone plant. Both wore fathered by Alderman Kirkpatrick,
chairman of ihe finance committee.
TRY   THE   "NEWS"   WANT
AD. WAY OF FINDING
BkMU Land .District���District ol Queen Charlotte
Tuke nolice that thirty dava from date, I, C. K.
Hainter of I'rinco KujhtI, H. i'.��� by occupation
boukluvpiT, Intend to apply tu the Chief Com-
n i ��� loner of Lands for a licenc* to pruspeel for
coal and potroloum od and under ***** acres of
land on liraham Island dctcribed aa followa:
Commencing at a poit planted ono milo north
of C. K. li. Coal Least No. 10, marked C _.. It.
Coal ! . .is,- So. li. ihence north K0 chaina, thenco
wust HO chains, tnence south SO chaina, thence
eaat 80 chains to place of commencement
Dated Sept. II, l.'ll.
I'ub. Sept. 23.
C. K. HAINTKU, Locator
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Insurance (
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OUR Companlea aro noted for prompt and juat
eottlcmvnta. Wo writo every known class of
Insurance. The Mack Realty and Inaurance Co.
| Wanted
Stenographer-Wanted- Apply Box 1631
~i
Wanted���A frood smart boy for provision atore,
Apply at once Ideal I'rovliion Houae.        L'.t.'-tf
Wanted  Nursing      Obatectrica a apecialty.
Residence Kilt Thlnl Ave.   Phone 243 Rtd. tf
Skwna Und District-Dislrict of Queen Charlott
Take notice thai thirty days from date, I, C. u*
Hainter of I'rinco Ruperts, 11. C, by occupation
liookkeepcr, intend lo apply to the Chlof Commissioner of Lands for a licence to prospect for
coal and petrutoum on and under 640 acrea of
land on Graham Island deacribed aa followa:
ot'clTT'To".', 182 ,k-,om7i.tmU,ilrNno'Eh " ''- ���'"=."" ������-������ ' ��-������������������'
corner C. K. II. Coal Laaaa No. 16, thenco aouth
><i chains, ihence weal HO chaina, thenco north
Ml chains, Ihenco taal 80 .halo* to placo of commencement.
Date-dScpl. 11,1911. C. K. UAINTER, Locator
I'ub. SepL 23.
Dominion Fish Market
:    FULTON AND SIXTH AVENUE    !
Dealers In Fresh Fish,
Oysters snd Game lo
season. Fresh Poultry,
Vegetables, Butter and
Eggs     ....
I'HONE 117
P.O. BOX IM
New
Knox
Hotel
Skeena Land District���District of Queen Charlotu
Take notice ihat thirty days from dato, I, C. E
Hainter of l*rinc* Kupert, H C, by occupation
bookkeeper, Intend to apply lo tho Chief Commissioner of Landa for a licenco to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and undor 640 acrea of
Und on liraham laland daacribed aa followa:
Commencing at a post planted two mllea norlh
of C. I I' Coal I..���.��*. No. 14. marked N. K.
curner C. 1 II. Coal Laaaa No IT, ihence aoulh
KO chains, thenco weat mi chains, thence north HO
chaina, thenco east HO chains io place of commencemenl.
Dated Sept. II. 1911.    f   K   HAINTEK, Locator
Puh.Seot.2a.
Skeena Und District-District of Queon Charlotta
Take notice lhal ihirty dava from dato, I, C. I."
Haimvr ot Prineo Rupert, II. <' . by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to lho Chief Commlaaioner of Unda for a Licence to proepect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acraa of
laad on liraham laland dfwrribod aa (ollovra:
CommondM at a poat planted two mllea north
of C. K. 11. Coal Leaae No. 12, markad N. W.
corner C. K. tl. Coal Uaae No. 18, thenco aoulh
mi chaina, ihence east HO chaina, ihenco north HO
chains, thence weal 80 chaina to placa of com-
nirncemenU
Daled Sepl. II, 1911.    C. E   DAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und Diatrict���Dintrid of Quean Charlotte
Take nolice that thirty dava after date, I, C. fc
Rainier of Prince Rupert, H, C, by occupation
hookkeeper. Intend to apply to the Chief Com*
miaaioner of Unda for a liconco to proapect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acna of
land on (iraham Ular.rf drvenbe-d aa follow*:
Commencing at a post planted two milea north
of ��". 1 II. Coal Uaae No. 13, marked & W.
corner C. E. II. Coal Lease No. 19, thonc* north
Nt chains, ihenco east 80 chains, thenc* aoulh HO
chains, ihence weat 80 chaim to plac* of commencement.
Dsted Sepl. II, Ifl I.    C. E. HAINTKR. Ucator
rub. Sept. 21.
.Sk-*ne Und District -Dislrict ol Quean Charlotu
Take nolle, that tlilrt>* day. Iron, dale. I, C. K
llsjnlrf of  l'i,,.e-a.  Ituptvt,  It. OL  by occupation
iHa.kkrs^arr. Intend lo apply to the Chief Com-
mi-Mtoner of Unds lor a licence lo prospect tor
i coa) and petroleum on and under 6IU arms ol land
; on tiraham Island d~*efil��ed aa follow.
Corarrmnlng at a post planted two milea north
'ol C. K. II. Coal tram No. 14. marked 8. Vi.
enrnnr C. I. II Coal Is*.*. No 20, Ihence north
��0 chains. Ihence ������al (Ml chains, Ownce south nil
chains, tlience east HO chaina lo plan ot com*
mencement.
Daled Sepl. II, lull      C. E. DAINTER, Ucaior
Pub. Sept. tl.
Skeena Und District���Di.trid of Qu-mi Charlott*
Take nolice lhat thirty data alter date. 1, C B.
Ilainler of I'rince Kupert, u. C, by oecup.tmn
l.m,kkcei.e��. Intend lo apply to Ib* Chief Com-
mtseK,r,.r ..( Unds tor a licence to pms|eect tor
coal and petroleum on and under t.10 acres of
land on i.rsham laland dneaTtbed a. follow.;
Commencini at a post planted two milea north
���>f r. I. M. Coal Lew No. It, marked 8. K.
corner t I:. II. Coel Uase No. 21. Ihenee north
N chains. Ihenc meat DO chains, thence aoulh 00
chains, ihenca east M chains lo plan of commencemenl.
Daled Sept. 11, 1(11.    I    l; .UAINTEH, laocelor
Wanted. ��� Cleaning and preosln-r. alterations
i,���l repalrinir for men and women. Dressmaking
��� iliisl for and delivered. Mrs Charles I'erchor,
Kill Third Ave.   Phon* M Bed. tf
Wanted irirl for -renentl housework. Small family. Apply to Mra. N. F. Helmer, ,''t!i Ave. and
McBride St.   Telephone 267. 240-2-12
Wanted���All kinds of embroidery worked at mo-
iterate prices. Send your own pieces nnd have
them worked. Mra. W. E. Williscrofl. Bin Bay
P.O. 238-240
Wanted���Two younir men to board and room In
prlvat* boarding- houa*. ISO a month. Apply
at box 8., Dally Newa. 241-tf
Scotch lady would Ilk* altuation aa housekeeper
or any poaitlon of trust. Thoroughly capable.
Apply box !>.. Daily News. 241-244
���       Lost and Found
I. n* N11   -' Small K <���>-..   Inquire at Newa Office.
���Mt
Uet-Udics' watch In bracelet, {toward by return,!,,; to Newa offle*. tf
Eschanited   by  mistake-" Currie"   Waterp:
Coat for on* exactly similar but with plumb
Waterproof
cily air
bob In the pocket.     Re-exchange can be affect
ed at Newa OlUce.
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Real Estate
J
Will buy lou In Prince Rupert at bargain prices
for rash. Apply P.O. Box ttGO auting location,
price, *U. 231-tf
Want to buy two loU In Princ* Rupert.    Olv*
I I
243-247
full information aa to price, term, and location
lo P.O. Box ��1��
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Business Chances
GENERAL STOREKEEPER WANTED
he moment is opportune and th* futur* assured.
Mainly caah, but if with capital to carry settlers
till Spring in some caaea. almost a monopoly of
a large trfbuUry urrttory ran be aeeured. Iie.t
comer lot llfio to build, or atore would be erected and rented. Post office will be aeeured. Ad
dress ImntedlaUly P.O. Box 2. Princ* Rupert.
241-247
Will buy a store In good location,
formation to box ��l��.
Sute full In-
241.247
Skeena Und District-District of Quew Charlotu
Take notice thai thirty .lavs from dau, I. C E.
Ilainler of Prince llupert, B. C., by occupation
I bonkkw-per, intend lo apply to the Chief Com-
PROPRIETORS i missioner ol Unds for a licenc* lo |,r,*>|es-1 lor
roal an,| netrolerum on and under Mo acre* of
BESNER &  BESNER.
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Tlie New Knns  Holel is run on Ihe European   olaml on liraham laland described aa tnllo
rnnxta 101 r.o. aox 804
PONY EXPRESS
���rarsMATtc MtactiAim' dcuvery imvicc
Haga-age. Storage and Forwarding Agenu.   For
Riga or Motor Car day or night
Seventh Are. and Fulton
Phone .101
NOTICE
First-class service.   All Ihe Utest Modern
On and after October 27th I will again ihave
charge of the Shoe Repairing Shop on Facond
avenue   between   Seventh   and   Eighth   streets.
I
Commencini at a pos'l planted "two m'i'ea'north , ""^l"***1 .'*"' f"P* **2*t Eudwic Slrublc,
0.  K.  II. Coal  Irasm No.  16, marked   N.  E.   w
corner C   E. II. I'oal Lease No. 22, thence south
friends, or any new ones that feel like giving
���ork a trial.
FIRST AVENUE   I'RINCE RUPERT ' w "**""i ****<** ***** ��" '***��*��� *** "0"h no; mK HP ��� ***-     _ ,. .    . ,, ,
t,IUC"  ' n*"^r* BurM'    chains, thenc. east M chains to place ol com' "'" - '*��� 'lw, **"* ****. ���"������- ��� ��������������� >M��� '
mencement i ***** ****n in busineas in I'rince Rupert, try to
C E. BAINTER, Ucaior  �����" ft".-"'".?*;";:   ,   ,       _.        ,      ,
Nothing but the beat materials will be used and
SMITH  & MALLETT
THIRD AVE.
Plumbing, Heating, Steamfittingantl
Sheet Metal Work
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The Graham Island Oil Fields. Limited   *
CAPITAL STOCK $1,000,000
We are offering for sale a very limit, ,|
amount of shares of stock nt Ufic per share;
par value $1.0(1. These shares are going
quickly antl will soon he off the market     :   .-
THE MACK REALTY & INSURANCE COMPANY
SEl.l.iNi; AOBNTfl
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Ofllrc: 3rd Ave.
Phone 174 2nd Av
Workshop:
Tth nn-l -tl, St..
mencem.nl.
Daled Sepl. 12.1911.
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New Diamond and
Pearl Goods
We have just received an assortment or Rings, Brooches, Tie
Ping, etc., of the very
latest design
Read The Daily News
And Get All the News
R. W. Cameron & Co.
G.T.P. Official   W.tch   Inapeclor.
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue.
PHONE S2
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Skeena Und Dislrict���Dislrict ol Quoin Charlotu
T.ke nolice that thirly d.ya from date, I. C. E.
Hainter ol l-rince Itupert, B C, by occupation
iKmkleeetafr. intend lo apply to Ihe Chief Com-
mi-winner ol Unds tor a licence to pro-apect for
roal and pelroleum on and under 610 care* ol
land nn tirsham Island dewrihed as follows:
Commencing at a poet planled Iwo milea north
ot C 1 II. i'oal I.-..* No 17, marked N. E.
corner I*. E. II. Coal Lease No. 2-1 thence south
M chains, thence west SO chains, Ihence north
reasonable pricea charged.
JOHN  CURRIE
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NOTICE
Auction   Sot*
NOTICE la hereby given lhat Jamea Haggerty,
has   retaken   possession   ot   Ut   Seventeen   (17).
I Block Twenty-four (241. Section One (ll, Townslle
JinlmJi, P I * *i**l K*** "*���*" *** * virtu, of powen.
r_!7;Ii  i, ,���,,      r.   v   ���,,���-..  ,       [contained In lease from him lo Jamea Donahue,
I..e.|Sfpt  12. mil.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator   Ar,hur Murray and John Armstrong.
I'ub. Sept. 21 ANI)   , i ni III.ll  TAICE  NOTICE  lhat  the
said Jamea Haggerty will aell by public auction
oaee-a Und Dislrict- Dittrict nt Quwn Charlotu   "T, *<*^\ne* erected  by  the  laeasees  upon  the
Tak* nolice lhat Ihirty day, trom date. I, v.. E.   ~".''"^'T'* J*"*1 **]r,".*\* *'M ���** ' '['"** **",<),",'���
Balnter of I'rince  Ruptrl,  ll. C, by occupallon    '   ._��� <**.'*' ?***,**** ** Novemhar, A. D., mil,
bookheeper. inlend lo apply lo the Chief Com- " '"*** �� t]or*K ln **e *t**r*oon upon the aforesaid
mkMlnnef of Und. for a licence lo prospect tor , ^Mf���,,'*,,"���                       raurci  iiai-cv-iitv
coal and pelroleum on and under BIO acre* of   ,m                                JAMlvS  it.M.i.Kll 1 *..
land on Uraham Island dpsa-rlbed a. followa: J	
Commencing at a po-l planted at lhe southwest   -������.^~~���������*���*���������~��
gorner nt ("nsl ts**ae No. 4IRS marked C. E. B.
Coal Uase No. 28, thence north SO chaina, Ihence
wesl   SO chsins,  Ihence soulh  80 chalfta,  Ihence   e���������*    *    *������ ���' ��� ~~*������    *   '*���*
east SO chains to point nf commencement covering
all foreshore Tlahn Point.
Daled Sept. 12, 1911.
I'ub. Oct 7.
C. K.  BAINTER
Skeena Und Dl.trirt Dislrict nl Queen CharloUe
Take nmce thai Ihirty days from dale, I, 0. E.
Ilainler of I'rlnce Rupert. It. I', hy occupation
liookkeeper, Inlend to apply to the Chief Cnm-
nilswloner nf l��n,!s for a licence to proapect for
coal and petroleum on an.1 un-Lr RIO arm of
land on Craham Island de-eribed a. follows:
Commencing al a port planted two -nfles north
Tlalin nnrthJet .ninti Co.! Uses lli.i; marked
I*. F, 11 Co*.) lr.m. No. 2q I'-cne- south SO chains,
ilrenre  we*H  SO chains,  thence t,nith  SO  chains.
I t**.n-*e eaM f-n cl-alns Ij point of remmencement:
r cintslnipg r.in acrea more of lees.
Dated Sept. 12. 1911. CE.  BAINTER
Pub, i ,-*,. 1.
J FRED. STORK I
(ieneral Hardware��� 1
Bnildi-rs   Hardware
Valves A Pipes      Oxford Stoves
Oraniteware       Tinware
SECOND
���������������-
AVENUE
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
FEED STORE
We carry everything In the feed line, nlso garden aeodaat the lowest market priced, at Coltart'B
olg Feed Store. Market Place
PONY EXPRESS
Prompt Delivery
Phones 41 or ,101
LOTS FOR SALE
Oik* lot, Block 5, Section 1, Beach
Place. Price $2100, $1000 cash
balance (i-l2 months.
One lot, Block 17, Section 1,
First Avenue. Price $2500
$1000 cash, balance 0, 12, and
18 months.
Two  lots,   Block  29,  Section   1
Park Avenue.   Price $5000, one
fourth   cash,   balance   G-12-18
months.
One lot, Block 20, Section 5, lini
view with two fronts, Sixth
Avenue and Seventh Avenue.
Price $1305, $800 cash, balance
easy.
One lot, Block 9, Section 5, Sixth
Avenue. Price $1525, $705 cash
balance G-12-18 months.
One lot, Block 0, Section 5, Fifth
Avenue. Price $1500, S300 cash
balance 3-0-12 months.
Two lots, Block 22, .Section 7,
.Sixth Avenue, Price $000, one-
half cash, balance $25 per month
One lot, Block 15, Section 7, two
fronts, Sixth Avenue and Hays
Cove, with house 32 x 20.
Price $2025.
One half of lot 13, Block 40,
Section 7, fronting Ninth Ave
nue. Price $400, $200 cash
balance $25 per month.
Lots 19-20, Biock 4, Section 8,
corner Ninth Avenue. Price
$800, one-fourth cash, balance
6-12-18 month.
Lots 9-10, Block 10, Section 8,
Tenth Avenue. Price $250 each
one-third cash, balance 3-6
months.
FOR LEASE
75 x 100 feet <ni Third Avenue.
Level.    Good lease.
Stores on Second Avenue.
LOTS IN NEW HAZELTON
$10 down and $10 per month
buys a lot now.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
HERE ARE SOME OF
MY OFFERINGS:
Double Front Lot with  7-Room   Houae
on 8th Ave., Sec. 5 $1600
Two Hay-view Lots on 4th  Ave.,   Sec.
6 $2450
Lot on 6th Ave., Sec. 6 $1P75
Lot on 9th Ave., Sec.  7 $350
$50 cash innl $-5 a month.
Two Double Lane Corners on 11th Ave.
Sec. 8, $660 each.    Easy Terms.
Lot 19, Block 26, Sec. 5 $2200
Fire, Life, Accident and Liability Insurance
JOHN DYBHAVN
Pattullo Block.
II���ha|-��_-l|-%|- *** ,, **_,*%
BOYS!
START IN BUSINESS
Sell the Daily News.
It's the easiest anu quickest way of earninif money
of your own.     Apply at
THE     NEWS     OFFICE
LAND PURCHASE
0TICE
Skeienii Und DUWot��� DUtrlct
Tako nonet, thut U. II. StueL
Ii.   0.,  yccupnliuii   iriu-kniu	
for permlulon io purchase tho to
lull,!,,:
Cpinmonclnit at u iiiki plantod
of Preemption No. llll? unel Ba cl
tho Naas Klvor (S. W. C I  thonoo
thonco -10 chains north, ilii-m-,.
thonco 111 chains Houtli t��� t|1L, .,,,,,'.
niont to contain lllo aorta iimr,.,,'.
_      , , RICHARD llott v
Dated Aug, 1911. Ja������.,T. '
Tub. Sopt. 2a.
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Skoona Land Dislrict -District or (
* 1'ako notico that lliirul.i |;. -;..
Alia., occupation aiution agenl   ,���,
for permlulon to purchau the (���n.,
lantts:
CommoncInK nt a post plant,.,| .
woat cornor 1U0 chuins e-nst uml 20
Irom N. B, vomer ol Lot Ilm, llu
Coast District llniiKu fi, thenee HI
thonco HO chains north, thenoe I"
thoncu 80 chains south to p,,,.i ,,i
containing I'lll ucros, nieiro or let
Dated Sopt. 18, 1911. UA11UI ll I'
I'ub. Sopt. 2a. FredW.Uol
11 iji
��� Merely,
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tliu �����,���,,.
11 'co-nut
I. SMITH
dor, am
Skoona Land Diatrict���Dislrict ot i'���*isi n..   ,.
Take notico that Josso M. TMxtxZ 2 x^l
Ilapids,   Iowa,   occupatiun   lawj.-r .., ���"
���pply lor permlulon to pureheu the 3L��
doocribod lands: "'���J-itii
Commonclng at a posl plantod on the nuthsri.
ahoro ot Kutiyraatoon Inlet on the i -., it
of a Bmall stream llowing into said Inlot put^S
of Crow Lake Thonco south 1:0 chaini uJK
woat 20 chaina moro or lou to th, ne i��� , ,
Crow Lake, thenco northerly and c
lowing the shore lines of Crow I .,1. r."''i'r,
to Crow Lake nnd Kuticyniuii-.-n Inlet to_!
placo ot commoncement, coniaining lortv ��21
moro or leu. Locatod August T, Ian
Datod Aug. 9, 1911. JBSSE M.  I Al I M.v
Pub. Aug. 12. *'
Skeena Land District-District ot Ce i u
Take notico that I. Th.imns Carter, of Princ.
Ruport, oeoupation oarpaator. int ind i .i,,.,;,.
for ncrmissiun to pilrcliaso the following I iKrlb,
oe] land.
Commencini,' at a post planted about one nils
south from lhe miiith of Kails ,-,- , mj ,.,,,.
150 feet buck frum tho beach, thenee -��� chain
north, thenco 40 chains west. tlie,,,-,. -, chaiai
S.riii n, thenco oast 40 chains topofntof ,* imntence.
ment. containinir 110 acres more ���r leas
THOMAS CARTER,
Datod July 7th, 1911.     Charles Webetei Calhous
Pub. Auk. 6th. Aganl
Skeona Land DUtrict���Dialrlcl ut I'oast Itange S
Tako notico that 1, Thomas UeClyment of
Prlnco Itupert, 11. C, occupution real Mate
broker, Intend to apply tor permission *,r ��� rtrchau
the following deacriuod lanela:
Commencing at a psot planted nt the B. IV.
corner ot pre-emption recorel 412, thence visx m
chains, thenco south 40 chains, thenoa
chains to shuro of lake, thonco fulli���*.nii* .hurt
of lake in a northerly direction to point of commencement: containing I'lll acres, mor,- ���r leu
Dated Sept. 6, 1911. THOMAS Mel 1.1 MlIXT
Pub. Sept. 9. BrtMIt lol.. Agnt
Skeena Land DUtriet���District eit Coast Rsnct* j
Toko notice that B. H. O. Miller ot lUuntl
Eng., occupation aurvoyor, Intunds lo apply |j
feormission to purchaae tho following <lt-.cnt-.al
anils:
Commonclng at a post plantud at tho N'. W. C,>r*
nor of Lot 4400, Ihence west 80 chiuns, tln-rtce south
20 chains, thenco east 80 chains, Ihence north N
chnins to tho point ot commoncement c-utt-.ming
1C0 acres moro or leas.
Dated August IS, 1911. E. 11. 0. Mil.I.l.I;
Pub. Aug. 2C. P. M. Mill,:. k|M
Skeena Land District���DUtrlct ol Coast lUn,*.* i
Tako notice that U. F. Miller of Tipton, ��,i(.
land, occupation farmor, nivalis lo apply lur
pormiaaion to purchaso the following ,l,.c:ii,-J
lanela:
Commencing at a pust planteel about tlu chain,
woat from tho N. W. Corner ot Lot 4 In,:. *J*tm
north 40 chains, Ihence weat 20 chains, itu-ace
aouth 40 chains, thenco east 20 chains lo lbs
point of commencement containing eighty acre*
more or leas.
Dated Auguat 19 1911. R. F. MIl.LKIt
I'ul,. Aug. 2f,. P. M. Miller, Agent
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol Coul llancc i
Take notice that Frank S. Miller ol London,
Kng., occupation civil engineer, Intenela to apply
for permission to purchaso the following described
landa:
Commencing at.^a post plantod nt the N*. K.
Corner of Lot 28, Ihence north 20 chsina. tlience
west 20 chains, thence aouth 20 chains, thence
cast 20 chaina to point ol commoner,���*.*,!, con-
talnlng 40 acres moro or leas.
Datad August 16, 1911. PIMN'K .���>'. MILLKII
I'ub. Aug. 26. P. M. Me.ler, Agent
Skoena Land District���District eif Coasl IUng<- S
Take notice lhat llerhcr: J. Mackie of rem*
broke, Ont., oecup.iuon lumberman, intunds tu
apply for permission to purchase lho folio* in.*
dea-cribod landa:
Commencing at a posl planteel an lhe left bank
ot tho Zymoeioits or /.im-a-gol-tu Hiver, at south-
weal corner ol Lot 1 Tuu, th.-nc.- iirrlherly. loiluwing
the westerly boundary ol Lot ITOti, so chains
more or loss, to tho northwest cornet ot sai I Lol
1706, thence westerly and southerly, (ollowing
the loft bank of aald river, 80 chain" more or lu., lo
point of commencement containing 160 acrea
more or leaa.
Locatod August 19, 1911.  _
Daled August 21. 1911.    BKRBBRT J. M.M.hlL
Pub. Aug. 26. Frederick S. Clrmenla, Agent
LAND LEASK NOTICE
Bella Coola Land DUtrlct-DUtricl ol Coast IUnge
3
Tnko notico that II. M. Cliff nl Dundslk, Inland, occupation gentleman, Intends tu spp.y
lm permiasion to lease tho lollowing di��cnU-l
landa:
Commencing at a post planted on ll���* *****
ol   Nerrli-e-laruliiniv   River   about   it)   M���I
of Indian  Heaorvo Line .the-nco we-ai 60 chains
following the channel  ot  Nccloctsroni,.,..   WW.
thenco south 80 chaina mora or lua lo cbl
of   li.-llu  Coola  River, thence folliiwiin:  l
ot  Hella  Coola  River easterly CO chains, nonh
80 chains moro or leaa to point of count,' I <
containing 480 acroa, mora or 1--
Datod August 28,1911. II.   M. i l.H 1
Pub. Sep'U 80. William McNair. AfUl
Bella Coola Und DUtrlct���DUtricl ull.-, ' i
3
Take notico that II. M. Cliff of Hun.l,,
land, occupation gentleman, intends :>'
(or permUalon to leaaa the following dl
Ianda: ....
Commencing at a post planteel at the ..    ,'
corner of Lot 262, thonco aouth 10 ch.ir.s -
or lesa lo northern l-oundary of lens.' No. I apt   *
for ny II. M. Cliff, thence lollowing said 1
eaat 20 chains, thenco north 40 ehalna,
west 20 chains to point ot commencein.-'r'���   *'  *
talning 80 acros, moro or leas. .,,,.*
Datid August 28, 1911. II.  .M.l I'll*
I'ub. Sept. 30. William McNair,  K'*
aft :.t
Bella Coola Land DUtrict���DUtrlct ol Coasl I
3
Take notico that II. M. Cliff ot Dundi.ll..
1,1,1-1, occupation gentleman. Intends to I
for permission to lease the following OUo
lands: -
Commencing at a post planted nt the -
cornor of Lot 251, thence south 10 chains
ir I-m to northern boundary of Lease .v
applied for by 11. M. Clllf, thence east 20 *'���
along aaid boundary, thence north HI <*l,
thence west 20 chains to point of commoner-i,
containing 80 acrea, mere or less.
Dated Auguat 28, 1911. H.  M.  I
Pub, Sept. 30. William McNair. A
Bella Coola Und DUlrict���DUlrict ot Coast Ha-
Tako nollco that II. M. Cliff ol Dundalk. I
land, occupation gontlemnn. Intends to apt'1.,
permlasion lo lease the (ollowing tiescrlbod Ian- *
Commencing at a post planteel at Hie ���'
near tho N. K. corner ol Ul No I, thenee, -
40 chains, thence wort 80 chains mora or��-
eaat boundary of cannery lease, thence ******
tho said east boundary aouth 40 chains mat*
1,-rr. to ahore line, Ihenco (ollowing sanl *
lino easterly 80 chains more or less to poll
eommencement: containing 320 acne, m���r-*
lose. .    .,      ,
Dateel Auguat 31, 1911. ft  ***, ' '. '
Pub. Sept. 80. William McNair, Al
Bella Coola Land DUtrlct���District ol Coasl IUl
Take nolice lhat II. lit. Cliff ol Dundalk.
land, occupation gentlomnn, Intends to <l
lor permission to lease lho lollowlng <!'��� n
lands: .     ,
Commonclng at a post planted "t lne >-
corner ol Ul 83. thonce north 20 chain", men
west 40 chains, Ihence south 20 chains men*
leu lo shore line, thonco (ollowing Hie ah'-"
east 40 .'li'iiaa moro or leas to point ol eonintei-i
ment; containing 80 carea, mora or less. ...
Daled August 31, 1911. II.  M.  ���    "
Pub. Sept. 30. William McNolr. Air
Bella Coola Und District���District of Con l I-
Tnko nolico that II. M. Cliff o( Duiulalk. IWJ
land,   occupation   gentleman,   Intenela   to   ���PJ  '.
(nr  permission   to lease tho (ollowing I
lands: ,   ...
Commonclng nt a post planted at I lie V
cornor ol Lot No. 4, Ihenco north 40 chains, Hi, n"
east 40 chains, thonco aouth 40 chains nior"- '
lees lo shore line, thenco following shore uni
westerly 40 chains moro or loss to point of um*
iiieii,-,.iih-iiI ; containing 80 acre., more ���r I*'*' . .
Dated August 28, 1911. 11.  M.  I I-l",
Pub. Sept. 80. William McNair, Agent THE DAILY NEWS
Comforters
The snow is crawling down the mountains to remind ua
of cold winter. We have opened live bales of comfort-
era and have put them on sale at the low price of $l.'_fi
and $2.00. We alao have them from $1 to the $11! Eiderdown, ulso blankets and bedding iu large t-uantitii'S   :   :
THE BIG FURNITURE STORE
-I   WHERE   WE   SELL   *.���
EVERYTHING   FOR   HOUSEKEEPING
Here Are Some of Our Wares:
Armchairs, Rockers, Sanitary Couches,   Davenports,   Bed Lounges and
Rattan Goods; CliiiTonicrs, Dressers and all kinds of Case Goods
Iron  and  Brass  Beds,   Baby   Buggies.
Linoleums at all prices. Twenty-live patterns to choose from.
Carpets, Rugs, Portiera, Tapeatry antl Laefl Curtaina
and all  kinds of Curtain  Materials.
For   the     Stovfls.   Hote'  White, Granite and Vitrified Wnre,   Tea-
V't-  U pot9'    Bea*-l)ots.    Butten-rocks,    Jugs,    Kilters   and  a
l\.ltcnen     complete line of Enamel  Ware.
Dining Room    Furniture of all kinds.      Cutlery,   French   and
English  China  in  seta  or  by   the  piece.
Miscellan- Bedding, Blankcta, Comforta, the famoua Oatermoor
f      A Mnttreaa, Framed Mirrors anil Mirrorplate for fnun-
COUS IjOOdS ing, 30x48 down; Jnrdiniers, Vaaes, Bar  Glasses of
every description, Lamps,   Lamp  Chimneys,   Baskets  of  all   kinds.
F. W. HART
2nd Ave. and 6th St.
Phone 62
tt******
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LYNCH BROS.
I
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Ceneral Merchandise
Largest Stock*
Lowest Prices in Northern B. C.
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-AM11EI. HARRISON
(NOTARr I*, I.I I. '
V. F. C. GAMBLE
Samuel Harrison & Co.
! Real Estate and Stock Brokers
APPROVED AGREEMENTS  FOR SALE  PURCHASED
Prince Rupert
and
Stewart
Canadian Pacific Railway
B.C. Coast service ��� Famous Prircess
Line
Princess Mary
Thursday, October 26th, at 9 a.m.
Victoria, Vancouver and Seattle
J. G. McNab - General Agent
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 thc lodge.
J. P. CADE. N. G.
J. CLUCK, See.
Double Weekly Service   All Cash
S.S. Prince Rupert, S.S. Prince George
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
^*m
WILL BUY
LOTS
14, 16, 16
33 and 34
14, 16, 16, 17
17 and 18
4(1 antl 41
BLOCK
28
2
47
28
28
SECTION
6
X
8
8
8
PRICE
$626 ea.
$800 pr.
$250 ea.
$800 pr.
$WM1 pr.
Monday* and Fridays, 8 a.m.
ss, Princ* John sails for Port Simpson, Naas River, and Stewnrt, Wednesdays, 1 p.m.; and for Ullltt and
Naden Harbor Thursdays 12 p. m.
For Skidegate, Rose Harbor, etc.,
Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service to Copper River
Mixed trains from Prince Rupert Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, 1
p.m., returning Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Sundays at 4 p.m.
The  Grand Trunk Railway Syatem
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains over its
double track route lietween Chicago,
Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Hnlifax.
Portland, Boston. New York and Philadelphia. Atlantic Steamship bookings
arranged via all lines, t ull information and tickets obtained from the
,lli,*,- of
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND   PASSENOEIl   AOENT
I Call at our office and sec other bargains
Read The Daily News
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
Second Ave- Prince Rupert, B.C.
m* .	
j I T E M S   O F . .
jSPORTj
-4 a~.. .-aaa. -*..._..._..-
Seattle will have baseball in a
life sized park next year, A street
is to be cut through the present
yard.on Yesslcr Way and Dug
is preparing to move oul to his
new yard in Rainier Valley.
n  n  ��
llu* Montreal Herald says thai
the National Lacrosse Commission
is becoming a necessity and before
very long it will become an actual
fact. The Herald goeB on to say
that! "Whether the Western
s.-iil-i's know it or not, Con Jones
is in favor of a lacrosse commission
and there is every reason to
believe thai when Con. Jones
conies East on a trip he proposes
to niiike i Ins fall, something more
niiiy be talked aboul it."
M   H   H
'The Giants will have to keep
their eyes peeled to prevent the
Athletics from Btealing their signals," says Joe Tinker. "They
use Topsy Hartsell and Harry
Davis on the coaching lines for
no other purpose. There is no
doubt in my mind bui that they
caught on to our signals lasi fall.
That is why ihey were able to
double cross us when we started
to steal a base."
M n n n
Following appears in the Calgary
Albertan. Can Prince Ruperl reply? "I, Charles Carver, am
willing to meet any man in
Canada in the welterweight class.
I have inserted thi**. challenge in
both Western and Eastern papers.
and so far have failed to get any
replies to my challenge. Failing
to gel any to the above I sh ill
lay claim to the welterweight
championship of Canada."
H    K    Jt
An event which will prove to
In* of tfrcat interest to British
Columbia howlers will lie when
Joe West, the crack champion
bowler of the world, pays a visit
Me will give exhibition*- taking on
singles. The fame of Wesl as a
ten pin bowler is world-wide and
he is perhaps one of the most
consistent bowlers In the game
today. The conditions of his
match state!
1. He will roll any man an
exhibition or match game of five
or more games. 2. Will roll one
or more exhibition g.inies. II. He
will put on singles iu the afternoon
against all comers and relays for
lhe benefit of those who are unable
to witness Ilis performance in the
evening.
No dates have yet been matlc
for his appearance the arrangement, for his tour not having yet
been made complete.
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= THE COSY CORNER -
DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY  TO  THE INTERESTS  OK  WOMEN
This Is a little section of the paper, which from day to duy will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of thu ladies of Prince Rupert
aro invited to contribute to its columns, and to tuke 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.
THAT HELLO BOOK
Aid. Kirkpatrick Thinks Those
Anxious to Produce It Should
Pay for the Privilege.
Final typewritten copy for the
new   telephone  directory  to   be
issued (or tin* city w.is laid before
the council on Monday night by
Manager Love through the phone
committee. A number of enterprising persons have sought the
privilege of printing ihis directory with lhe idea th.it their sole
recompense shall be ihe revenue
derived from the advertisements
printed in lhe book. From thinking at first that the city had
better do the job itself, antl not
seek advertiseiilcnIs for the Hello
Book, tin- council has come round
lo the idea thai they might as
well get all ihey can from those
who want lo print the book, and
reap the revenue from lhc ads.
Alderman   Kirkpatrick slid  the
person getting the privilege should
pn\-  a  bonus  for  it,  and   City
Solicitor Peters iliinks the city
should get .$">IHI for the privilege.
The Hello Book goes back lo tile
phone committee meanwhile.
The new G.T.P. News Stand
for Lowney's delicious Chocolates, fresh from the factory,   tf
PERMANENT   MONUMENTS
F. S. Clements to Be Engaged by
City to Locate Points in City
Survey Exactly.
As   the  city  become    built   tip,
the old fixed points established by
the original surveyors of (he town-
sile,    and   marked    with    slakes,
have been destroyed and removed,
especially in Scclion One, but to
a   greal    extent    in    ah   sections
except Sex don Two, It has become almost impossible t<> get a
COrrcCI   Iii"' now  in  the  heart  of
ilu- dty, .'nd to set  this right
icfoi'c  il   is  too  late  the council
have   arranged    to   employ    Mr.
V. s. Clcmenti, B. ('. I.. S., who
was for a long lime wiih the city
stall   ,lo   establish   the   old   fixed
points exactly, and have them
marked wiih suitable permanent
monuments. The word "monuments" gol Aldennan Newton
nicking   up   his   ears   al   council
,,,i Monday night, as if he feared
the idea was lo have Mr. Clements
put up monument! to Alderman
Hilditch and Alderman Clayton
ai   ilu* corner of Third avenue
and   Third   Street     However,   he
speedily appreciated the Importance of the in,liter and the
surveyor will be engaged.
���WAYS THAT ARE DARK"     pair ol gloves to Philip tlie Fair,
  thereby giving mm possession
How the Wily Oriental Deluded, the towns of Ghent and Bruges
the Cartoonist 	
of
A  well  known  can iisi  had
agreed to furnish drawings of
the characteristic features of a
certain exposition in an American
city. Illustrating Chinese day he
drew a splendid sketch of the
imperial dragon of China in the
a i of defying any encroachment
of all the world. Then he wanted
to surmount the whole with an
appropriate motto in Chinese. He
went to a Chinese who had charge
of an exhibit of Oriental merchandise in the fair and asked him
for some militant motto, written
in his native tongue and script.
After a momenl'8 hesitation the
Chinese did so. The cartoonist
carefully copied the characters
into his drawing and ii was printed
with much eclat in lhe magazine.
Soon the editors received the
following earnest, not to say solemn
screed from some educated Chinese
in Washington:
Mr. 's picture is a credit
to the sentiments that America
holds te.wartl China, but ihe incongruous words he has placed
above il are out of place antl spoil
lhe whole thing. What do they
mean in connection with the picture
of our exalted dragon, our exalted
emblem? What has "Buy of
How Sing anil Company" got to
do with the patriotic drawing? Is
the whole thing intended merely
as an advertisement?
It  was evidently too good a
chance for the wily Oriental merchant to lose.
GERMANY FACES FOOD RISK
Increase in Prices Causes Serious Misgivings as to Coming
Winter.
SPLENDID SWIMMERS
Two   Toronto   Girls   Enjoy   a
Unique Distinction
Two Toronto sisters, fifteen p.iul
sixteen years of age, enjoy the
distinction of being the only women
on the continent to receive the
award of merit, ," beautiful silver
medal, from tin- Royal Life-saving
.Society of Great Britain. They
arc Misses Dorothy aud Honora
Cochrane, daughters of Mr. Arthur
Cochrane, physical director of Upper Canada College. Others who
nave won the award arc: Messrs.
II. R. Brandt, II. M. Dawson, C.
Edwards, J. M. F. Gregory, G. W.
Tebbs, and I.. B, Tillson, students
at the University of Toronto, antl
pupils of Mr. Corson. Announcement to this effect was mode
yesterday.
The severity of lhe test required
for lhe award is shown in the fact
that the contestants must tow a
non-swimmer sixty feet in five
styles, thc lasi sixty both the
towed person and the rescuer
being fully dressetl. They must
swim 1,8(10 feci by three methods:
must undress on the surface of
llu* water, must thoroughly understand ihe Schafcr method of resus-
citation, and must break away
from the desperate clutch of a
drowning person.
Both the young women and their
father refer to tlie wonderful performance very modestly. Mr.
Cochrane remarked yesterday that
my girl in ihe city could do
lhc same thing if the school board
would give them ilu- opportunity.
The Misses Cochrane were ex-
imii'i'tl at Lake Tciiingniiii
BURIED    IN    GLOVES
Mark of Distinction in Olden
Time
Royal personages and nobility
were often interred wearing gloves.
The i digit's of Richard I. and of
John at Fontevr.uid both have
gloved hands; the gloves have the
ippcarance of being richly wrought
ami jewelled, and are said to be
exact copie of those in which
they wen* buried, Thoma-i a
Bcckct was buried in gloves, and
when ihe tomb of Edward I. was
opened, gloves, jewelled on tlie
be'tk,  were  found  on   the  hands.
Few people realise the close connection of gloves with the church.
In   very   olden   days   ihey   were
won during the service by thc
clergy as pari of the vestments,
lu some instances ecclesiastical
law required that gloves should
be put On before lhe consei rat ion
of the Sacrament.
Al first  the Clergy's gloves were
while but later they matched the
vestments according to the church
seasons. So rich and extravagani
tlitl these gloves become  that   the
clergy  were   forbidden   to  wear
gaudy gloves.    At  the coronation
of the King of France the Archbishop used to bless and present
a pair of gloves.   Cloves were also
a recognised pan of the regalia
antl   ii   pair   is   included   in   the
imperial ornaments of Germany.
The Earl of Flanders presented a
Berlin, On. 21, ll is nol without serious misgivings thai the
coming winter is being regarded.
It was a Bplcndid summer, but
there was a drought throughout
the country, and the price of
lood has risen so enormously that
many persons see ruin staring
them in the face. Economic experts regiirtl ihis as Germany's
grealest danger for months lo
come, ami sups arc already being
taken to guard against ihe suffering
thiit the enormous rise in prices
will  CilUSC.
Among oilier measures which
are being demanded is ihe importation <>f American canned
meats���a commodity which has
been prohibited in Germany for
the last few years. Whether the
Governmeni will yield to the
stress of public opinion in this
respect remains to be seen, bill
ihere is little doubt that some
step will be taken in order to
meet ihe necessities of the case.
HAS STRANGE POWER
Remarkable Water Finding in
the  Old  Country
A very remarkable achievement
in "water-finding" has just been
carried through al -Sully Oak,
Birmingham. Ii was necessary
to discover a supply of water on
the land belonging to the Patent
Enamel works, and Mr. Chester-
man was called from Hereford
for the purpose. He went over
the land with his piece of aluminum
wire for about half an hour. Then
he suddenly stopped, and declared
that at the place where he stood
Witter would be found at a depth
of 250 feci. A contract was
signed by which he engaged lo
sink an S-inch artesian tube which
should produce not less than 1.5,000
gallons of water a day, on lhe
condition "no water, no pay."
He employed hydraulic boring machinery, and i'i fourteen days
struck  Witter at   a  depth  of  2I.'i
COAI. NOTICE
Skeona l.unel llisirict    District uf lim-nii Cliurlutle,
Islunds
Tako nolice Unit Austin M. Drown ol I'rince
Kuptirt, occupation snd,11,<r. iiili.ii.l-, to upply tu
the Chiel Co,iiiiiia.sioiu>r ol l.unds unel Worki
lor a liconcu to prospect (or ceml un,l oil und pe-troleum on uml under tin- [ollowi,in doscrilied lunds
on the West t'ousl ���l liruliuni Islund:
Commanclng m u *,���si planted three miles east
ol the loutbweel corner ol C, I.. No. 4471 thencu
80 chuins ensl, thenee t>u chuins norlh, thence 80
chuins wesl, thenoe BO chuinH south lu point uf
culllllienceillelit
ACSTIN  M. DROWN, l.ucutur
Dateot l.ucntiuii, ill si July lull.
1'uli. Alii. 17.
Skeonu l.uml DIatrlot -Dutrict ul yueon Charlotte
Islunds
Tuke ii,,lii*i. thin Au.elin M. Ilrown ol I'rince
Kupert. occupuuun su,Idler. Intends lu upply lo
the Chiel i ommlaaloner ol i.umls uml Works lor u
licence to prrrsp,-,-! f,,r.-,.���I, oil und petroleum on und
under ilia fiilloism,. ,le��cril������l lunds on the West
Coust of t.ruhiun Islund:
Coniinencii.il at u post piunted three mile*, eust
ol the eoutheul corner oil'. 1.. No. 44TS theiu-e
nurth 1*0 chuina, tlience eual 80 chains, thene-. south
80 chuins. to,-in-,��� west bu chums tu point ol coin-
meiiceiiient.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, I.ocutor
Located August 1st, lull.
Tub. AW, 111.
Bktua Liiml District -District ut gueen ChsrloiU
Tuke notice thul thirty duya Irom dute*. I, C. K
Uuinti-r ul I'rince Ituperl, 11. l'., by occupution
bookkeeper, intend to apply to tl���- Chief Com.
tnissioinT ol Lunda for u licence tu proaMCI fur
coul und petroleum on und under t, 10 acres of
land on l.ruliitm Islund described us follows:
Commencini: ut u post plantisl ii\��� miles eust
ol Coul Leeee No. -hot, murk,*,! c. k. ii. i*uul
Loum* No. 1. N. K. cornur, tlience west 80 chuins,
Ihenc* south  80 chuins,  Ihence, out  80  chuins.
w.
I.. BARKER
Architect
Second ave.ua ami Third Btreet
Over Weitenhaver Hrus.* Office,
MUNHO   &   LAllaKY
Architect!,
stork Building, St'cond Avenue,
.SVUAKT &  BTBWART
ACCOUNTANTS ���:��� AUDIT OR!
Law-Butler Building     Phone No. 280
Prince Ruoert P.O, Box :J51
ALFRED CARSS.
of BrltUh Columbia
mui Miiiiilntiu Hur��.
<*. v. BBNNSTT, H.A.
<>f H.C. Ontario* Bat*
katohtwan i*nd ai-
U-rU llura.
carss & bennett
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Ofllce - BXflhenn block, OOTnor Thin! avenue and
Sixth street. Prince Ruoarto u
wm. h* hall, i.. i*. s.. l). u.s.
Dentist.
Crown nml Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental iipo-rutioTiH nkilfully ��� ��� ��� att-d.   <�������� and
local aniistheiio- administered f*-r the puinleaa ex-
thencu in.r: -  bu chains tu place ut commencement,    tractlun nr ���������������th,       Consultation free.      Ofiicei:
Datad Bept n, vm    c. K. DAINTER, Locator   BaUaroon Hioek. Pnnoo Ruotrt u-12
I'ub. Bept 'ii.        _^__^_^_
Skeenu l.und Diatrict���Diatnct of (jut-tin Charlotu-
Taku mulct; thut thirty duy*, from date, 1, C. K
Baintw of Prinoe Rupert, H. c, by occuputiun
bookkeeper, intond to apply to the chief Con*
initi-iuiitT ol Lunda [or u lironci- lu prospect (ur
coul ami petroleum on und under MU ucrea ul
lund on Graham i-dund described u. fulluw-:
Commenolni ut u po*: plumed Ave milea eu��t
of Coul Leaaa No. 410?, marked c. B. u. N. W.
cornor No, i, thencu bouth *���>��� chaina, thence euat
mi chains, thuncu north bu cliaina, thence went
mi chaina tu pluce ol co in men cement.
DatedSept. 11,1911. C. E. BAINTER, Locator
I'ub. Sept. 88.
Skeena Lund I *i.-trici~-District ol gueen Charlotte
Tako notice that thirty duya (rom dale, 1, C. L.
Uainter of PrinQO Itupert, 11. C.��� by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to upply to the Chief Com- ,
miaaioner of Landa fur a licence tu prunpecl for
coal and petruleum un and under ���'���*������ acrua uf
land on Grahum lalund deacribed aa ftdlowa;
Commencing ut a post planted ftvo milea eut
of Coal I..-.i..' No. 44T6, marked C. K. U. S. W. i
corner of Coal Leuse No. 8. thence euat HU chain*, ���
Ihunce north bO chaina, thence weat t>U chaina, (
thence aouth >*���*- chuina to pluce uf commencement.
Dated Sepl. 11, mi. C. B. U.UNTKK. Locator i
Tub. Sept. 'i'i.
Skeena Land Diatrict���District of Qu%n Charloiw*
Take nutice that thirty duya from date, 1, C. U.
Uainter of I'rince Kupert, I*. C, by occupatiun
bookkeeper, inlend lo apply to the Chief Commiaaioner of l*anda (or a licence tu proapect (or
coal and petruleum on and under till) acrea uf'
land on Uraham laland deacribed aa followa;
Commencing at a poat planted tivo mile* eait
0l Coat Leaae No. 4476, marked C, K. U. S. K
corner Coal Leaao No. 4, thencu weat 6t> chaina,
thence nurth HU chains, ihence euat bl) chaina,
thence aouth 80 chaint lo place o( commencement.
DatedSept. 11,1U11. C. fc. U.UNTfcK, Locator
Tub. Sept. 88,
Skeena Land Diatrict���Diatrict of Queen Charlotte I
Taku nuiice that thirly days (rum dale, I, C. fc. I
Uainter uf 1'rincu Kupert, U. C, by occupaUon '
bookkeeper, inlend to apply lo the Chief Commiasioner of Lunds for a licence to pruapect (ur
cual and  petruleum on  and  under blu acrus ol
land on Graham Island described aa fulluws:
Commencing al a post planted two milea notrh
of stake marked C. fc. U. Coal Luasu No. 4, marked
N. fc. corner C. fc. U. Coal Lease No. it, ihence
���OUtfa bU chains, thencu wuat bU chaina, thence
Mltll bU chains, thence eust bU chains to place ol
cummencemont.
DatedSept. 11, 1911.    C. fc. HAINTKU. Locatoi .
Tub. Sept. 88,
Skeena Land District���DUtricl of Queen Chralotta
Take noticu that thirty daya frum date, I, C I-
Uuinter of 1'rincu Kupert, U. C, by occupatiun
bookkeeper, intund to apply to Ihu Chief Commiaaioner of Lands for a licence to ti;u��prci (or
cual and petruleum on and undur t>40 acrus of
land un Graham laland described aa follows:
Commencing al a post planted twu miles north
nf Ci fc- U. Cual Leuse Nu. 3, marked C. fc. Uainter
N. \V. corner Coal Luasu No. (">. t iiet.ee aouth bU
chains, ihenco eait bU chain*, thence north bu
chains, tbence west bU chains to placu of commencement.
Dated Sept. 11, 1911.     C. fc. U.UNTfcK .Locator
i'ub. Sept. 23
Skeena Land Dittrict���-District of Queen Charlotto
Take notice that thirty days from date, 1, C. fc.
Uuitiicr uf I'rlnce Kupert, it. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chief Com-.
missioner of Lands for a llci nee to prospect for
j coal and  petroleum oo and  under b4U  acree of
Alex.M.Muiiai.n it.A..     W.K.Williams.B.A.. L.L.D
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 286
I'rince Rupert, B.C
��'. o. BOX in
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
PUPIL UP WM.  FOXON,  KHq. A.K A.M.,  1A)N., KNO
GEORGE LEEK
MKItCANTll.K   AGENCY
COLLECTIONS ANI) HKI'OKTS
Tliinl Avutiui" also Water Street,
I'KlNlE KliPKRT
A. M. BROWN
lltllNKSS a   SADIil.KHY  MANCKACTURKR
Ritpairiiii** ii Specialty.
Cumplt'tv Stoi-k Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Killed.
I 2nd Ave. between 10th and I Ith Stt
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND AVE.
Hotel Central SsSlfia
1-. ,,"i>r-:,t, nn.l Am.-riran elan, steam
heated, laudera ,--,iiv,-nlcnc**-B.   ttat***-
(l'" i-. i:' ���" i..-i .i.v.       :      ;
Pat.r Black
nil r    for    211 I laad on Graham Island duacrit-sid as folio. _.
���   i i i*    .in ,,,���, '     Conimunciiiit at a iwsl planted two milos nortii
vn-lil nl    .lIl.tUHIi ol C. E. B. Coal Loaae No. t, stake S. Vi. cornar
That till' "vtwrl I Coal Leaao No. 7, thenco north 60 chains, n,.mv
feet,  and   test
hours proved a
gallons per day.   That tin- experi ;���,    ,, ,,,,   ,,���,.,.   ,,���,, ..��� ,,.:,,,.._ ,,	
should   have  gauged   the depth M^^firarff__BSBtu-*��l
within two left is considered one i'ub.sept.2a
of the greatesl triumphs in water*
finding of modern times.
***************
w. j. McCutcheon
, 1  Carries complete slock of Drug*.   Special
, ,      attention paid to nlllna pn-sclipllona.
Theatre Block 1 ��� > No. n Second Ait*.
***********i*************4
Skoena Land District -District ol Queon Charlotte
Tako nutico lhat thirty days from dale, I. 0. E.
Hainter of I'rinco Ituperl,  It. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply lo tbe Chiuf Cora-
I 1 i   i .,   ,,,..,. ^tt.,,,,i,  man     missioner of Lanels tor a licence to proapect for
Harvard na-* a new strong man, | ,���_ .������ pctroimm on ,���d under no *Sm ot
lanel on Graham Island described aa follow.!
CommuncinK at a post planled two miiua north
ot C. E. II. Coal Lease No. 4, marked S. E. corner
C. E. II. Coal Leaao No. S, thenco north SO chains,
Ihenco  west  SO chains,  thence south  SO chains,
Frederick*D. Huntington, ��>f Lei-i
cester, Mass., centre on the football   team,  and  a  featherweight
among football men in  that position.  As strong man. Huntington
has displaced F. H. Leslie, ilu* old
Harvard champion, whom he defeated by 94 points, according to
the strength tests figured on the
Sargent system.   Huntington's record shows ;. total of 1,803 points,!
reckoned   upon   tlie  strength  of |
legs, back, forearms, upper chest
and anus.   With his legs Huntington lifted 1,203 pounds.    He chin-1
tied   himself   sixteen   limes   and
"dipped" twenty-five times.    He
weighs only  1 *��-���* pounds, bui  is
broad and hni a powerful physique.
PIANOFORTE LESSONS
For HL'gii.ner* and Advanced Pupils
Miss Vera Greenwood
Pupil of FftUU Wilcxck. Paris mid Berlin.
thenct- easl hi) chains u> placu ot cumniuncemt.nl.
Dau*] Sept. 11,11*11.    C. B. BAINTBR, Locator!
Pub. Sept.23
Sktvna \..i\vl District���District of Quoon Charlotto
Take notice that ihirty days from dato, I, C. i.��� (
Ilainler of Princu Huport, I'. C, by occupatioo :
bookkeeper, intend to apply to tho Chiol Com' I
missioner of I .n.-i- for a licenco to protpect (or
coal and pvtrol.-um on and under 0tt> acros of ���
lund on tiruhaiu Island described as follows:
Commoncinc at a post plantod live mile* cast
of Coal I ���-' ���   No. 4174, marked (.'. 1.   Ilainler s
N.  B< corn it Coul Ise-a_c No. 9, thenco aoulh ttO '
chains,  thenco  went  ho chnins,  thenco  north  M0
chains,  thencu easl HO chain-  to place of  com*'
mencement.
Room 28.  Alder Block Upstairs
--.E.   EBY   ��   Co.==
REAL  BSTATR
Kitsiimk.iluni Lanl For Sal,.
KITSUMKALUM . H   C.
bookkeeper, intnd lo apply to the Chiuf Com-
1 missiuner of Lands for a licence to prospect for
coal nml pi'tn-li-um <>n and under <i40 acree of
' land on Qnbun Island i<*. *.*���*���>'��� tut fullowa:
��� CoiiiHM>nciiit[ ut a posl planted i ne mile nonh
of C. B. H. Coal I-., t No. 9, markod N. W.
corner C. B. B. No. lo, thoncu soulh bO chains,
 ��� ihenco west bti chuit.s, thenee north WJ chains,
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Quean Ch-rlott     ihenn; east N'chaiiis to i��lace of OonnMHMMQt
Iftlaniis Daliil Mpt. 11, I'Jll.     C.  L.  HALM BR, Locat>
Take notice that  Austin M. Hrown of Prlnco    I'-l��. B��t 'ii.
S. O. E. B. S.
The   Prinoe   It rt  !,>!**,  N... BU, Rons   of
Daled Sept. 11.1911.    C. K. HAINTEK, Locator   *_5 ."'   !l'^l1u,'LUr'tl ilffi ��_!?-WW  ,n.
iul. BlSUSS. . *��-h month In the Sons of Kn��(land Hall. h!9 2nd
Ave. ������< - p.m. ���
Skeuna Und DUtrlct-District of Quoon Charlotu F. V. CLAUK. In*
Take notice that thirty duvti from dato, I, C. K. I'. (I. Box IUL Prince Kupert
Huinter of I'rince Kup.r'.  H. <;., by occupaUon   KR.MKST A. WtlDDS. President. ��ox 23
COAL    NOTICE
MISS ELSIE  FROUD
A.L.C.M.
TeaclhT (��f Piano. Violin and
VofCfl Culture.
. Locator
Kuperi, suddler, Intonda to apply to the Chief
Com in insi t> ner of Lands and Worlta for a licence
to prusneci for coal, oil and petroleum on and
under the following described lands on tho West
Coasl of (iruham Island:
Commencing nt a post planled three mllos east
of tho northeast corner of C. L. No. 4409 thenco
south ������'< chains, thence 80 chaina west, thence 80
chaini north, thenco 80 chaiiu easl to point of
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BHOWN, Ucator
Ucuied August 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Und District���District of Queen Charlotto
Islands
Take notice that Austin  M.  Drown of Prince
Skounu Land District-DUlrict of Queen Charlotte
Take DOtlM thut thirty duys fronm date, I, C. K.
Hainhr of Irino* Hunert, P. C, occupatiun book.
keetier, intond to upply lo the Chief Commiasioner
of Lands for n licenco to prospect fur coal and
petroloum on ami under tilo acrea of land on
Liraham  Inland described as follows:
ConUMfMllng ut a po*t plantod two miles north
of C. B< H Coil LMN No n, marked N. B. eorner
of C. K. H. Coul Ix-ase No. 11, Ihenc -outh M"
chains, thenco weat 80 chains, thenee north *-*<>
chains, thonce east bt) chains to placo of commencement.
DatedSept. II, 1911.    C. E. BAINTBR, Locator
Pub. Sepl. 'i'i.
2nd Ave.
Between 7th A Bth Sts.
Princu Kupi-rt
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director end   Embalmer
CHABOBI RlAflONASLS
THIRD   AVENUE       I'll )SI     3SS.
opsm day ani) most
. ,       .       . . llll  ���    I" Iii   I       'I       l  ..!*.��� l      Mil      ;i      I HTJII.-.I     IU    pr
Commendtiii at a .lost panted three ni'l�� eaet   ������,,  ,��� lr���|,.u���,  ���n  ������,*  un,,,.r ,!,0  *,���,. ,
ol tho northeast corner 0TO, L, No. 4I7S thonco   ,������] ������ <ir.|���m |,|������d de^cril,.*,! as follows
80 chains seiutli, thonce 80 chains oast, thonco 80 ;     (;oninll.nt|ng ,i . ,,���,i planted two mil.*, nurth
chains north, thonco 80 chains west to point  of   ������ ,���, K   *ft ,-,ml |.,.'���,, ,}���, 7, m,rK1Hi (*. -.;. II.
commoncomont.            foal Lease No. 12, thenee south 80 chnins, thenco
oast 80 chains,  the-nco  ne.rth  80 clisins,   ti,���n**o
wost 80 chains to plsce of commoncomont.
C. E. HAINTKU, Locator
AL'STIN M. UKOWN, Locator
1,,���,-���( l.oriilinn ���Usl  luly. lull.
Tub. Aug. 17. |,,i���| a^.pt. ll, 1U1]
Skoona Land District-District ol Quoen Chsrlottt   *** Sop'* 211.
Take no'lco that Auslln'M.  Urown of  I'rinco   Skin-na LaneHllstrlc^ pllislricl of gu*^n i:harli,tt..,
KupoH, occupation aaddlor, intends to apply to
HAYNER BROS.
tntDBBTAKSBI am, KMliAI.MKI-1
Femoral   Dir,*e-tr,rs
M Ave- near (lh 81. I'hone No. wl
Tuke notice that thirty da\s from ilsle, I, C   K.
Huintor of  Prion  Huport.  H, C'., by occupstion
bookkeeper,   intond   lo  upply  to  the  Chief  Com-;
Min. -mn) 1   ol   Lunds for  u  licence to  prospect   for :
coul   nml   pelroleum   on   and   under  MO  ucres   of
land on (iraham Inland dtwrrihod ai follows:
Commencing nt n pout planted Iwo mile* norlh I
of ('. K. H. t'oal Uaso No. 7, marked S. \V. corner
C.   K.   Bi   UM]   I^'usti  No.   |8,  thenco  north   Mil
chains,   thenco  otu��t   80  chain*,   thenci   south   HO I
AUSTIN M   HROWN, Locator   chains,  UMDM  west 80 chains lo place of com- ���
Loc.,0,. Aurt 1... mi. mm ���_ ,���,,   c E UAINTE(l Uc>ior: pi^
Pub. Sepl. Ti.
Skoena Und DUtrlct���DUtrlct of Queon Charlotte
l-l��nds Skeenu Uml District -DUtrict ol Quoen Charlotte
lake nollco that Austin  M.  Ilrown  of Prince Take notice that thirty days from date, I, C. K.' "
Kupert, occupation saddler, Intends lo amilv to Hnint'-r of  Prince Kupert,  II.  C., by occupation
the Chief Commissioner of Unds nnd Works for a bookkeeper,  intend to apply to lho Chief Com*
licence to prospect for coal, oil und petroleum on missiuner of  Lands for a licence to prospect for
ami  under tho (oilownlg described lands on tho coul  nml  petroleum on  ami  under 840 acres of
West Coast of Qftuffl Island: land on Craham Island deacrilied as lollowa:
Commencing at a post planted three miles east Commencing at a post planted two miles north
southeast cornor of C. L No. 4470 thence of C. K. H. Coal Uase Nn, 8, marked S. K. corns
ths Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for
a licence to prospoct for coal, oil and petroleum sn
ami under lhe following described lands on the
Wost Coast of (Iraham Islam):
Commencing ut a post pluntod throo milos rust '
of the northeast corner of C. L. No. 4472 thence
80 chains wost, thence 80 chnins norlh, thence HO
chaini east, Ihence 80 chains south to point of
co m men com ont.
..Grand Hotel..
Worklngman's Home
Free Labor Bureau in Connection
178 1st Avi'. nml 7tli St.
CEO. BRODERIUS, Proprietor
Utile's NEWS Agency
of Hi
north  80  chains,  thonce east  HO  chnins,  thence , C.   K.   II.  Ccml   Uase  No.   14,  thence' north   801 MaffOZineB ;: Periodicals :*.
south 80 chuins, thence wost 80 chains to point of    chains,  thenco  west  HO chains,  thenco south  HO1.
commoncement. I chains,  thenco  tut  80  chuins  to place of  com* I
���     . , .        ,^U,!_;,N M- ,moWN- --"-.tor   n,,mc,.;���,.nt. l I CIGARS   It   TOBACCOS
��cntoel August 1st, 1911. Dat,.,| Sept. 11, 1911.    c. E. HAINTEK, Localor
I'ub. Aui. 19. I Pub, Sept. tS, I
Newspaper*
::   FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF THE DAILY NEWS
WINDFALL FOR        PASTOR CHARGED
A SPOKANE MAN
Little Deed of Kindness
Miner Several Years
Brings a $84,000 Legacy.
WITH MURDER jjBjjMjgBjjjjjB^^
  \s2, Ii * ' ~ ������ .  "*"       * -*S pj
rence Richeson, of Bos- i/SL*  ��� f(i
to a Rev. Clarence Richeson, of Bos
Ago      ton, Arrested for Alleged Poi
soning of His Sweetheart.
St. Paul, Minn.. Oct. 23.*���Word
received here last night from Si-io-
k.im- is that F, B. Knapp, to whom
Thomas B. LynchR who is s.iiil to
be dying in .111 Alaskan hospital,
has bequeathed a Fortune of $84,-
Boston, Oct. '25.���A narrow col I
in Charles Street jail tonight holds
the Rev, Clarence Virgil Thompson
Richeson, the young pastor of
the Itiiniamii'l Baptist Church,
Cambridge, who was arrested the
nl
kindness shown to other day for the alleged murdei
years ago. is now of Axis Linnell of Hyannis, Mass.,
1 motorman for the to whom he had been engaged
His commitment to jail on a
charge of first degree murder,
marked a temporary end to a
chain of circumstances which police
detectives have followed since the
death of Miss Linnell last Saturday
1>\ cyanide e>i potassium.
000 for his
him several
employed as
Inland electric system. R S,
Knapp, father of the motorman,
who a'sei \ias named a*- beneficiary, has been dead for nine
years. A letter recently was received by a local paper asking
that it locate F. B. Knapp and
his father. R. S. Knapp, that the
money might be sent to ihem.
In the message received last night,
F. B. Knapp tells the followini;
story:
"Sly lather and 1 lived near
Ferris, Minn... in the winter of
1S0S. One day Lynch was brought
in from the woods a very sick
man. I took him to my home.
as there was no hospital, ami 1
rode to Graceland, a small town
to ga some medicine.   \Y
for  a  while,  ard  when   he  got | Kei 1 ���
well   he   went   away.     1   never
Some specials���reduced prices
.lies' hats.���-Wallace's. .
SINGING PICTURES
Recent Success of an English
Inventor with Musical Cinematograph.
heard anything more from him. displayed
I suppose he appreciated our attention."
A new stage in the development
of the cinematograph was marked
nursed ''>"  ������  recent  performance at  the
Kensington Picture Palace, where
the Ipsum Synchroniser was tirst
��� K M H M ��
WANDERERS
DANCE
a rs  H �� M �� a
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n n
CLUB
Bright and Successful
Early Season Event in
the Mclntyre Hall Last
Night.
hxkkxk  rnta as
To   the   record   of   successful
dances held in the Mclntyre Ha
there must be added one whid
though so early iii the season will
not   be   easily   surpassed.     The tossed  with
Wanderers' Club dance held last  **
night in  the Mclntyre Hall was
from the tirst a brilliant success.
-.lie case, though
A large number of guests wert
invited an.! the lu'l filled with.
dancers. Taste marked the decorations, which were carried out
skilfully in a scheme of national
tiags dominated by one large red
ensign bearing the name and tm*
llx-m of the Wanderers' Club.
Throughout the decoration scheme
too, the letter "W" was aptly
introduced, and a graceful - rii-
of festooned roseav.es. ribbons and
sprays relieved the massive beams
of   the   ceiling.     The   musicians'
111 public. This invention is a highly succ,--:.:
effort to present a speaking,
singing picture, this bci,:g ar-
ranged by the simultaneous work-
it _ I the ci, ematograph and the
gn maphone. The whole poii 1
i*i the exhibition was to show
the progress '.* wards perfect syn-
chranizafjon in the public rip-
resents tion.
A picture of a woman wa.s displayed on the screen, and, after
a few seconds,  the gramophone
gave OUt the words of the popular
sorg. "Now I've got te, cai! him
father."    The movements of the
1. mouth showed the pranounciation
of each word:   perfect time was
kept, and the audience was im-
the  ides  that  the
voice  record  must
have been made a: the same time.
As a matter of fact, this wa.s noi
",t* when more am-
REMOVAL   SALE
...To Third Avenue...
In a few days we will be moving to our new store on Third Ave., but before doing so
we must reduce our very large stock of high-class Clothing, Furnishings, etc., by one half.
To do this and do it quickly, it is to be sacrificed at ridiculously low prices. COME AND
HELP US MOVE BY BUYING YOUR FALL CLOTHING NOW.
ft
fi
't*T>,
I
s
Men's Negligee or heavy working
shirts, regular Si.50. now
$1.00
bitknis displays, such as picture
-   with   several   actors   and
actresses, are introduced, it will,
of course, be necessary.
It seems safe to prophesy that
the time is not far distant when
every picture palace will havi 1
adopt this or some similar method
of satisf) i: .. the ears .1- \\
the eyes of tlie audience.    Thr
exhibition   a;   K   ungton   shows
that   the   ex;   r���::*...   *      -���   .
been passed, ':������.:��� the i. ���
dais was transformed into a bower ����>��������       -     I
of bunting and evergreens, ard actors
the   brilliant   electric   lighting
the hall materially aided m making :
the effect prettier than was ivir
secn at an early seas
year.
The dancers *. -
the   bes:   kn< -.. tim( rs   ��� :
Prince K . I a greai many
of the newer arrival-    1 "hi re must
have been nearly a hundred c
present, ar.d with  the dance  in
swing the tl -or w.is a maze
lightness   and   color.     The
full  gory oi the  feminine  frock
from   the   simplest   to   the   most
strikingly   effective   design ��� was
radiantly displayed.    The
: ��� gramme included a set    I   in-
cers which pn ved extrem
ular.    Cray'-  orchestra   ��..;
the music -.,* the evident   ���
yon   : the danot r-. and th. 1
..:���. abundantly
- rvice during the intervals, ..  I
Cut when dancii ..
: : -< gular  suppei
Beyond doubt the Wanderers   *
to be c mgratulated on tl    -.
r   lance.    They havt   - 1
��� ace for Prince Rupi rt'sfes
isions thjs seas    , and sei
high.
m
ration need !-..;*������.  no fi
lire,   like   the
cab--.   - g 1 motor car.
I       juiverinj       the picture ������:-
the sheet   is .-till  trying  to  the
eye, - und metallic of the ***- ���**,
e is a poor ****** ^f
I ir the human voice. - **'
It ���>*  uld, 1 ;��� the way, have beer
better had Mr Donisthorpe snd
those responsible for the exhibition
secured a better record for the
- ... for it*- grating noise was
distinctly displeasing. Thi*-. how-
ei r, was only a matter of secondary importance, since it was a
primary necessity t., -how how - ���
sound and m-.tior could lx* re- Sta-i
1 to lynchronui *i> if*
accurately with one another. Thi- fi\,}
im has Int-ii attained.   Mr   l-\^
II ��� i-���       . r.gratulated *&V*
���British invention, which ^
ev actually seen m London, ���yv'
-   Mi   Edison's invention * -
- mi    lines   has   been   on
--
Men's
Shoes
Xo matter what
the shape or size
of your feet, we
can fit them
Regular $6.00
Now $4
Men's Fedora or Crush
Men's Heavy all wool Ribbed
Sweater Coats, teg.
$2, now
$1.50
Extra heavy
all wool
REGULAR
-$2.00-
$25.00
Tweed or
Suit
Worsted
SUITS
Now $17.50 Now $1.50
m.
a*
m
m
THE SALE IS NOW GOING ON
Second Avenue
**$,
I
MARTIN O'REILLY ^--1^ I
ft
-I
THE HOSPITAL DANCE
Don t Forget the Event of the
Season    It t on Friday Night
ioooooooooooopooopoooopooop<gg^g^y-_^^^L^
S.***A��_4a**!>_-p _*i_V kVi ka^.��_4V_fC _*__*****. **. J* J A**"
NEW HARDWARE STORE
Two Old-timers Start L'p-to-
date Bisuness Right in the
Heart of the Latest Development Area.
H -pital Bali
�� 1  to  I iki    p ace   in   the
Mclnt>i Hal on Friday evening,
Oci r 29 Ths, L.tiiit*-' Com-
mittei j more  than
::...kc it B SUO    --
Ticket*-  can .     from   .ir.y
member ���: thi -omtnii .":
On Second avenue .ind Fifth
street, in one of the new spec* us
notes just 1    ringcom] rex:
to the new theatre to I
in December, two   I Princ   Rupert's Kst  known old-timers ir,
the  hardware  trade  have ���*���
up bi business on -l-nir own with
.1 splendid stock   I g< -��� ds.   M tn -
H "We ar.d McNulty I rmerl) m-
the Prince Rupert Hardware Co .
of Third avenue, are the p* 1
ton of tbe tv w  11 in   whid
r.it.e*\  :       . ep by twentj ���
and is King fitted up in .��� m
-
Tlu  y .:��� ig firm Is
��� -    eral hardware trade, il
���  il   similar   sup*   ��� -.    lis
to   ipeciaKae   in   all   classes     I     Messrs  G. Atkins ���    nd A. G.
marine suopltf* and ship chandlery, Fallowfield arrived by the Prir.ce
oara, ���"*'"''C. rape, launch sup- ���"������ -P ' ���   the   way   to
lies, ship mk] launch hardwan   Masset.
St.   Andrews  Society
A general  mi ti .
Andrew's S eiety will be '::���
the Carpenters'  Hall  on  Friday
..   ���      ber -7th. when ar-
.      tits will be mad   for entertainment   dur ���.   ���      -.*
It   is   imp rtar.t   and
members are rttjut--., : to mak
present.
The office "fC H. Handasyde.
Jr.. manufacturer's agent, will
be elossd until Nov. 1st. while
Mr. Handasyde is south on business.
ll
ggmg equipment right ar.d ,
from -.he word go can be
had [ram Me*..-. 11 *lV. ��� x^..
Nutty at once, as well
other essential
hardw.ut Line.
Don:t forget the dance Thursday night in  the Mclntyre Hall.
as every
luxury  in   the
1    Id night?���warm blankets���.ill
I kinds.���Wallace's 2t
Transits
Levels
Blue Print Papers
Drawing Papers
Drawing Instruments
Tapes and Chains
Scales
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
LAND ITKCi-iA-JE N
We have a large
��� lock ar.j ca-
tr.ake immt-diatr
delivery of the
ai- ve. t*>gether
with ever)* ���-��:
item of ir.tere��t
in the equ*:
of the enpr.eer
and drsughittr.er
Send for Catalogue
McR
ae Bros., Ltd. \
���^K��rmi��<o r-o*. twt orrics
Do You Want
Value for
Your Money ?
{   Why r.ot
!ur.cht-*r.
at the
and  dinner
Exchange : Grill
The   Price   35   cents
-IS   RIGHT
and the cuisine and service up to our
well established standard
/    MII.VER A BOWNESS
PROPS.
Ske-rca Und ntjUIsS    Dhlllll cl Coa,: Ranf* S <*.���, ..^. r,..._    *
C��ai_>eao_�� ��t e po��  planted about ! J-l      Corameccte�� r. > pa<* .
ns-����� in a ncnherl)* direction Irom t>*e :<*rtt��K is a r. ���.*���<���'.   :���������;> -   -
earrrt poet ol Lot I3SS, Rente *, Coast I>is:r-ct. p��t cl Lot 1S��. Ra-,-- !
toer.es   torth  10  chain",   lter.ee  weat     to  n~r ear.  W ******,  *****   I
bank, -.nereac aoaith .'oilcs-irc rxrtt benk to point meet  to  bank  ol  .-   - ���
rlr��r_T*er.ee-Bei,t*   ecntainint 160 acrea, nore or hark ol ri.-er :c t*
Dated sept. ��, ISII.  CORDON C. EMMERSON Pa-e-1 iVert *>. l��ll.
Pub. Oct. 14. jv,*, 0ft_ ]4-
Howe & McNulty
HARDWARE
Are no* readv to do business in
their new Hardware store on
Second Ave. and Fifth St., with
a complete stock of heary and
shelf hardware, stoves and ranges, irranite and tinware, paints
and oils, ship chandlery, sporting
goods, etc. :
All brders will'receive prompt attention
PHONE 364
Skeeia Land Diserict���Diatrict of Coaat Ranre V
Take notice that I. Beojaaun A. Flab ol Tcwr.er,
>.   D,   occupation   merchant.   Intend   lo   apply
lor permiaajon to purchaae the lotio��-:r.c deaenbed
C��*nr!r.cr.x at a poat planted oa tbe eaxx
bourdao* and about fire ehains from tne eoutb-
e���rt comer ol Lex KM, tbenee north 60 ehai-j
tbecce eaal 10 ehaina. ther.ce aouth '��� ehair.,1
tcaence mtm SO chaias to poi-.t ol eo*7L-nerce.Tie-l
Dated June 24. 1��11. BENJAMIN A. FISH
F*ab. Julr IS. rred E. Coa eU. Aject
Ske*ca Land Diatrict���Dist.-ie** ol Ce>ast Rani, 5
Take   notio  that   Hiram Ro*.-   McTa*ri,h   ot
Winripet.   Man,   oc-rupaUoe   barrister,   i-.teril,
to appiy for perm_B-ia to purchase tbe loiljwinr
deaenbed ..-*.<
Comseocinsj at a post planted at the aoulhaeet
eoixer 40 chains east and 40 chains north from
V E. eorner ol lx* 11'.$. Harre/', Su.--.pv Coast
D-ainct  Rente I. tbence (W ehains ear.   tv.-ce
VI ehains north, tbecce 60 chains west, thence W
ehaine aouth to poat of eo-xriescement cohtainiac
IMl acrea more or leas.
Dated Sept. IS. 1*11 H1RIAM ROV McTAVlSH
l��ub. Sept. a. Fi-d W. Bohler. Arecl
Skeena Land District���Di-^ict of Com". Ks-r*- 5
Take notice that Lottie McTariah of Vsocourer.
ocrupauoc married weenan. intend, u applv
loe permiasion to purchase tbe !o:*owirt i s*er:*rl
tmsmtt
MMSl at a poat planted at the Dorth-
w����! comer 100 ehai-_ ear. and H ehai�� teeth '
frmn N. E. eorner et* Le>t Ills. Harrey*, ��._.tfa-
C��aat Datrict Rarre 5, thecee 20 rhaJn, south.
tbence Ml chaina eaat, then** M ehaina nonh
-.hence 40 ehaina west, tbeoee SO chains soul"-'
tbecce 40 etaiae weal to poat of commerce*re-t
dont_r.i*if IC.'- acr���i tt^rr* cr lees.
Dated Sept. 1!. 1SU. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
F\ih. Sept. �� Fred W. Boh:.r. .Vtent
Sks��r_ t_r.d Diftrir
Take tot*ce that l,
of r-.-ce Rsp rx. P. c
err.r.���-..-. i-:eri I   ,-
the foliowin-i deecr.Se-i   ,- *.'
Cexsmencinc at a ���**.*��: : ,-*���
west  coner of Lot  *.
Lakelse   ani   narkei        -
N. E   Come*.-, -^erc. wo: .   c*s   )
W ehaina. tbenee east i.  ; * i - -
chains   to   poet   ,*:   .-
?iv ar.ee. moa.   :  rs*s
CBRISTOPStR  .
Dated Sect  tt ���.*���*.'.   *.'.   5 t *'.
L-u-d.
Pub. Sept. �����������. 	
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The James
N .-.*> furr.*.,h-id tweaa. Oeo
Board ��4 75        Keen aat
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LINDSAY'S
CARTAGE a
STORAGE
nd
G. T. P. Transfer A��en!i
Ordert prvenpUr fll'rfed.   Pncel -'���
orFICE-H. R R.-chester. Cr-x- S
TRY THE "NEWS'' WANT AD.
WAY OF FINDING
For row-
Telephone   320
, Boat House.
boats ind
green.
Pnvis

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