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Array THE  WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending 6 a.m.,
Oct. 28
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Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
VOL. II, NO. 242
Prince Rupert, B.C., Monday, October 23, 1911.
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IWILL BUILD A NEW ROAD
FORT GEORGE TO ST. PAUL
D. McArthur, of Winnipeg, and Wealthy Associates
Secure Charter for a Line to Run from Edmonton to Ft. George, then South to St. Paul
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver,   Oct.   23.���A   new
ailroad is to be built from Ed-
gnonton to St.  Paul, opening up
3ritish     Columbia     from     Fort
eorgc  to  Vancouver,  according
i the plans of Mr. J. D. McArthur,
the well known railroad contractor.
Has Got a Charter
Mr, McArthur, who is a very
calthy man, and several of his
business   associates   arc   reported
|o have acquired a charter for the
oposed road, work upon which
i 11 probably be commenced very
l.
Connect With G.T.P.
When completed  the road  will
:>iinect  with   the   Grand   Trunk
Pacific at Fort George, thus providing a through route from Vancouver to the Peace River district.
The route of the road ater leaving
Fort George is south through
British Columbia.
G. T. P. PURCHASE
Reports That They Have Purchased Townsite Near Hazelton.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, Oct. 23.���A tract
of 350 acres has been purchased
by the G. T. P. south of the town
of Hazelton, *Skeena River, where
the new town is to be located.
���0UND DEAD
AT VICTORIA
ldrew Howlett's Body is found
i Floating in the Inner Harbor
(Canadian Press Despatch)
| Victoria, Oct. 23.���The dead
Ddy of Andrew Howlctt, a former
jnployee of the city and latterly
ihe Vancouver Portland Cement
lompauy of Todd Inlet was found
paling in the Inner Harbor to-
kv. His relatives are in Manilla.
ARISTROCRATIC PARTY
ir William White, Lady White
and Miss White Arive by the
George.
On board the George from Van-
'uver on Saturday travelled Sir
.Ilium White, the naval architect
I note  in   the  old   land,   Lady
Tliite,  and   Miss  White.    With
Jem travelled Sir William White's
It-retary, Mr. Williams.   The par-
W are louring the Dominion, and
lent up the line by special train
Sunday.
Goodbye River Boats
[With parang bellowing from
leir sirens four of the Foley,
Mt'h & Stewart river boats de-
irtcd to their winter quarters
lis morning. Two of them; the
distributor and Conveyor, will
bt return again, but will be sent
own below.*
0. B. Smith arrived from Van-
puver on Saturday by the Prince
leorge.
Mr. J. Spencer, of Skidegate,
las returned from a visit down
k-low; by the Prince George.
VENTURE'S NEW CAPTAIN
Promotion of Charge of Steamer for Capt. Parks of the
Capilano.
When the Venture cleared for
the north last she was in command
of a new master. Captain Parks,
formerly of thc Union Steamship
freighter Capilano, lias been promoted to be master of the Venture,
and C.t|u.tin ll,i,l,!i, late pilot
of thc Cassiar of the same fleet,
has been appointed pilot of the
Venture. Besides having new
plates installed, the popular liner
was repainted throughout and
looks like new.
THE  NEXT GREAT  ' WAR"
With America proposing arblirallon. ull pnrtios In the t'nltcd Klnsdom In
IkTor of It. and tho Oorman Proas and Parliament ap proving, the next groat'
rwar" ought to bo conducted aa abov*.���London ObIdIoo.
CARTOONS BECOME OBSELETE NEARLY .*\S SOON .AS BATTLESHIPS
The above cartoon was published early this year by a London newspaper
DR. DOYLE DISAPPEARS
Fears That the Port Physician
for Halifax Has Been Drowned
from His Launch.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Halifax, Oct. 23.���Dr. Doyle,
assistant port physician for Halifax, has disappeared from the
quarantine steamer Minoca leaving
his coat and hat behind him. It
is feared he has been drowned by
falling overboard from the launch.
Real    Estate   Active   in   New
Hazelton
Great activity in New Hazelton
is reported at J. H. Kugler's
office, lhe local agents for this
townsite, seventeen lots having
lieen sold on Saturday and Monday
morning.
They are displaying a halftone cut, showing n bird's-eye
view   of   the   townsite   and   the
surrounding mountains, which
gives a very comprehensive idea
of   the   geographical   lay  of   the
new town.
lAN'S MEMORY CAME BACK
AFTER roURTEEN YEARS
Surgical Operation at Seattle on a Man Named 'Kelly*
Brings Startling Results���He Turns Out to Be
E. C. Rogers Who Has Been Long Missing
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Seattle,   Oct.   23.���A   story  as
iramadc as any told on the stage
lias come to light in thc hospital
pere, whereby  a  man  named   E.
Chandler Rogers has been brought
lack to memory,  after  the  past
laving been a blank for fourteen
���rears,
Highwayman's Victim
��� The story starts in lhc Y***
I1SS7, when Rogers was found l��IJ
ldcad in the Hudson River, and
Jwith his skull terribly fractured,
tic had been set upon and robbed
���by New York thugs. In the fig**'
���hey beat in his skull with 'J
���bludgeon, and threw him for dead
���into the Hudson River. Altcr
Ibcing rescued by boatmen., and
���taken to the New York HosiptSl,
iRogers' memory had completely
Igoiic.
Forgot His Past
After   his   discharge   he   took
the name of Kelly, and served in
the United States Navy for seven
years. Since then he had worked
in (he saw mills al Washington,
and quite recently married a Seattle
girl. Immediately after his marriage, the man became violently
insane. He ran oul of lhc house
and lived in the woods, snapping
and barking like a dog at anyone
who approached him.
Pressure on Brain
When the doctors came lo cx-
aiiiinc him, they discovered thai
a portion of his skull was pressing
on thc brain, causing the madness. They perofr.ncd a delicate
operation lo lift lhc *���<������������ *"Y
mediately after this was performed.
"Kelly" became quite normal, and
his memory came back to him.
He told the doctors of Wl past
life, and remembered his old name,
and ,he events which led UP W
his receiving the W��W on the head
in New York.
NO NEED TO FORTIFY HARBOR
Sir Wm. White, the Famous Naval Authority, Says that  British
Columbia Has No Naval Enemies to Fear
NEW G. T. P. DIRECTOR VISITS THE PORT
Makes Inspection of the Harbor, the Dry Dock Site and the Town���Had a Trip to
the End of Steel on Sunday- Man Who  Remodelled the Entire British
Navy Talks on the Possibilities of War���Blames the Press of
England and Germany for Fanning the Flames
Prince Ru|x-rt has a magnificent
harbor, and one that is well
adapted to naval defence, but it
is most unlikely that it will ever
be fortified.
This is the gist of the opinion
of Sir William White, the fiim.nis
naval architect, whose regime at
the head of the designing department of the British Admiralty
marked the revolution iu battleship building. Sir William who
is now a director of ihe G. T. P.,
was a visitor to Prince Ruperl
over the week end, and accorded
thc News an interesting interview.
Protected by Distance
"Who is there to fortify the
place against?" asked Sir William.
"Not the Japanese. They are
among the wiseet of nations, and
their inleresls are on lhe other
side of the Pacific, not on ihis
.side. They know as well as
anyone ihe Importance of lighting
naval engagements close to coaling
stations and rc|>air yards. They
;��re quite content to be the English
of the Orient, without Wi"".i"K|ti|s,hiii>g ships
lo ever risk their Heels in conflicts
four thousand miles away from
home. War is too costly ;i matter
for any nation to plunge into
lightly today.'
Praised the Harbor
Sir William made a lour of tlu
townsite, paying particular attention to the dry-dock site. He
expressed himself in every way
as impressed with the magnificent
natural advantages of Prince Rupert. He had been familiar with
the charts of the coast previous
to coming here, but the BCtU
realisation of the harbor's situation and extent made a great
impression on him.
A Great Designer
Sir William While has now no
official connect ion with the British
Naval Department. He has retired from active work as chief
designer for the Admiralty. The
last great battleships to leave the
stocks from his design were the
lighlirg machines of the King
Edward class, after which came
the Dreadnoughts, Sir William's
Work  on   the  king   Edward  class
of battleships marks the turning
poinl in Briiish naval architecture
which  led  to the  tremendous incase in lizc and gun power of
Blamed the Press
(),'  the subject of modem warfare . and    the   chances   of    war
between Britain and Germany Sir
William in outspoken manner
blamed the press of bolh countries
for fanning ihe spark of unrest
simply  to satisfy  lhe  craving of
sensationalists. That there was
any serious risk of war, hc was
not ready to admit. With commercial relations so far reaching
as exist between England and
Germany, Sir William doubted if
wa.r would be declared for many
a day. Still the tendency of
the press to get hysterical over
tlu- war scare both in Germany
and in GrceM Britain had a bad
effect on the public mind, and he
condemned it-
The Naval Policy
On the Canadian Naval Policy
Sir William was reserved. He
said the whole essence of success
in ihe idea of thc Canadian
Navy lies in the fact that the
Canadian   people  are   ready  to
build their battleships under advice
from the Imperial Naval Department. This policy applied as
it is to Australia, and as it will Into South Africa will lip-build an
Imperial and Colonial system of
Naval Defence which will fa.r and
BWay outclass any naval efforts
of any other country in the world.
It would be cheaper to build all
CHINESE REBELS CAPTURE
PROVINCE OF SHANG-TUNG
Reports Say That They Are Now Marching to Take
Pekin���Captured Province is Wealthy and
Has Thirty Million Inhabitants
(Canadian Press Despatch)
San Francisco, Oct. 23.���Latest
advices from the Chinese war
received here state that the rebels
are victorious and that the Province of Shang-tung has fallen
into their hands.
A Big Province
The province is one of the
largest and wealthiest in China.
It fronts on the Yellow Sea, and
has an area of 65,000 square miles
and a population of over theirty
millions.
Preparing an Attack
The province fronts on the
province of Chile, in which lhe
capital of China, Pekin, is situated.
The reports state that the rebels
arc now preparing to attack the
province of Chile
to Pekin to take
of government.
and march on
over the reins
Pekin, Oct. 23���From Pekin
in the nortii to Canton in the
south, the fires of revolt are
spreading. Fifteen thousand rebels
met twenty thousand Imperialists
under General Tchang today in
the mountains. After several
hard lighting and heavy losses
the Imperialists are reported to
have fled leaving their guns and
ammunition for the victorious
rebels.
General Li Yung Huen in command of lhc rebels now helod
every pass well fortified.
the battleships in Britain, but if
the Canadian, Australian, and
South African people wished to
build their own vessels in their
own lands for the- sake of self-
development, then by all means
the Imperial Government would
facilitate their so doing. That
Sir William White is a man able
to speak with authority on naval
matters is well substantiated by
the fact that he himself designed
and saw built 200 British ships
of war representing a total outlay
of some two hundred million
dollars.
Is Honored in America
As President of the British
Society of Civil Engineers Sir
William White has visited the
American continent before, but
has never been as far north as
Prince Rupert. He had a very
greal reception in the States when
he came over on thc invitation
of the American Society of Civil
Engineers, and was entertained
in lhe principal great cities of
America.
Yesterday Sir William and his
party including Lady White and
daughter had a trip up the line
as fa.r a.s Van Arsdol and back.
They left this morning on thc
Prince George for lhc south to
return across Canada by the G.
T. P. from Edmonton.
TURKEY SUFFERS
A GREAT FIRE
Large Portion of Stamboul Destroyed, Including the War
and Finance Offices.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Constantinople, Oct. 23.���Turkey has had an additional calamity
befall her in a fire which has
devastated Stamboul, dose to Constantinople. Three hundred of lhe
principal buildings iii (he city
are in ruins, including lhe offices
of the war and tui.u,*.. ministers.
RESULT OF STRIKE
Appalling Conditions in Crow's
Nest Pass
Fog to Blame
Fog delayed the G. T. P.
steamer Prince George on her way
from the south Saturday. She
arrived at 3.30 p.m. with passengers, freight and mail.
City Solicitor Back
By the George on Saturday
Fred Peters, cily solicitor of Prince
Rupert, returned from Victoria
where he has been acting in an
Important criminal case.
(Special to the Daily News)
Calgary, Oct. 21.���C. P. Hill,
general manager of the coal mine
at Hillcrest, Alia., has wired Premier Borden that he had just
been through the Crow's Nest
and conditions arc appalling. He
asked thc Premier to arrange
some sort of scheme that the
miners should go back to work and
the trouble lie adjusted later.
Hill blames ihe labor agitators
from ludi.iii.ipolis. He says lhat
even if the mines now resume
t will lie impossible to supply thc
demand. .
Mr. W. J. Leary and Miss
I.eary of Skidegair, were passengers by the Prince George from
Vancouver on Saturday.
"Cap'' Nicholson Arrives
"Captain" Nicholson, the well
known and popular steamship
agent of the G. T. P., arrived by
lhe George on .Satinlay.
fan I. mn in l'i,,ii,*.*r Cl.-nn. ra. Phone 4.
KINGSWAY SAILORS REFUSE TO PUT TO SEA
Declare That Their Vessel is Not Safe With Big Deckload of Coal-Has Only Two
Inches of Freeboard -Captain Producra Customs Surveyor's Certificate
Considerable feeling has lieen
aroused upon the waterfront since
Sunday morning at I a.m. when
the seamen of lhe trawler Kings-
way belonging to the Standard
Fish and Fertiliser Company of
Pacoli, refused to put to sea. The
men   declare   thai   the   vessel   is
rendered unseaworthy owing to
her large deck of coal. The coal,
ihey say, is stowed so as lo interfere with the steering gear, and
further lhat the hatchet underneath thc deck cargo are not
properly battened down, and thai
she has only two inches of free
lioard. They were anxious to
have lhe vessel surveyed by Captain MUSgrSVS of the Lillooet, or
some other competent independent
authority, and slood ready to
meet the cosl of this in the event
of their being proved in the
wrong. The deck cargo occupies
the whole space from _ the fish
hatch forward which it covers
to the after cad of the engine
room awning, and is packed over
the chains of the hand steering
gear.
Since Saturday night when the
Kingsway finished coaling, llu*
vessel has been lying at the Foley,
Welch wharf without a complete
crew, only the captain, Iwo engineers, Iwo mates, and one deck
hand being Willing to pul to sea
i\i   her.      Five   men   have   come
bore demanding a survey, but
they arc emphatic that they have
not deserted the ship.
Interviewed this morning Captain Brown produced a certificate
from H. M. Dunn of the Customs
Department, to the following effect: "This is to certify that 1
boarded the steamer Kingsway
at Prince Rupert, B. C, on Sunday
morning at 10.35 a.m. and found
the said ship fit for sea." Dated
October 22nd, and signed 11. M.
Dunn, Customs Surveyor.
"Do you think I'd put to sea
jn her myself if she were not
seaworthy?" asked Captain Brown
this morning.   "I maintain that
the ship  is absolutely  seaworthy
YOUNG VICTORIA WOMAN
SUICIDED IN SEATTLE HOTEL
Dead Body of Barbara Robertson Found in  the Savoy
Hotel���Had Left Receipts Showing She Had Recently Invested in Graham Is. Enterprise
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Seattle, Oct. 23.���Thc dead body
of a young woman registered as
Barbara Robertson was discovered
on Sunday liiorning in the Savoy
Hotel here. By her side was a
bottle of chloroform. It was evidently a clear case of suicide.
'      Came From Victoria
The woman was registered as
from Victoria, but a note giving
instructions as to her burial was
addressed to Thomas Sloan of
2075 Beach Ave., Vancouver. The
woman who reached Seattle on
Friday, appeared to be about
thirtyfive years of age.
Had Invested Money
In her handbag were receipts
showing that she had recently
invested a sum of 1260 in the
Naden Harbor Caol and Oil Co.
FIVE MEN KILLED
Explosion at Bellingham Inter-
urban Line Injures Road
Gang.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Bellingham, Oct. 23.���Five men
were blown to pieces and three
seriously injured on the Bi lling-
li.im antl Skagit Interurban Lille,
when    two   hundred   pounds   of
dynamite exploded in a cut where
i gang was employed.
CONT1NUEI1 ON  PAGE 4
The new G.T.P. News Stand
i for Lowney's  delicious  Chocolates, fresh from the factory.
Giants vs. Cubs Tonight
Great   renewal  ol   indoor  base-
hall   at   the   Auditorium   tonight.
Conic and sec Giants versus Cubs
picked    teams   of    craekerjack
players���fight  it out to a finish.
Ilmter than the world's championship.   C.anu* called at 8.15 sharp.
Admission 25c.   Skating after the
game. THE DAILY NEWS
MEMBER TO LOOK
OUT FOR RUPERT
(Continued from Page One)
construction of the G. T. P. but
rather to the method of its construction. They were in favor
since the people were to own a
large share in the G. T. P. that
they should own and run it all
as a public concern without the
aid of any company.
Will Be Investigation
There would be investigations
of the G. T. P. and of other concerns of the late Government.
Electors must remember thai they
would have to exercise patience
before they could expect lo see
any results for Prince Rupert of
the reium of the Conservatives.
Post  Office  Building
Mr. Clements realised the needs
of Rupert and pledged himself
to see that substantial post office
and other public buildings fit to
serve the city for at least ten
years should be erected���Comox-
Atlin should have an appropriation
of at least three times that of
any eastern constituency.
Referring to the agricultural
possibilities of the district he declared that not a cent's worth
of farm produce need be imported
from over the line.
Better Freight Service
He would endeavor to further
improvement of the freight service
by water so that the produce of
the farms at Bella Coola might
reach Rupert fresh from thc soil.
Loves  Liberals
He invited Liberals to come into
thc Conservative field, telling them
that he felt convinced that they
would be well content by so doing.
He expressed the greatest confidence in Finance Minister
White���a former Liberal���and a
man of whose abilities Mr. Clements had the highest possible opinion. Mr. Clements concluded
by thanking his audience most
cordially for their reception of
him, and sat down amidst cheers���
and "He's a jolly good fellow"
sung by the audience standing.
In a few closing remarks Alderman Clayton suggested that a
central Conservative Association
at Prince Rupert would help the
whole constituency to help itself
and the Dominion.
A programme of songs followed.
TO RAISE MONEY
FOR MINING
Mr. H. N. Wright, of Hazelton,
to Make a Trip to London���Is
Owner of Some Excellent
Prospects.
Hazelton, Oct. 20.���H. N.
Wright, manager of the local
branch of the Bank of Vancouver,
will leave Hazelton, as soon as
the management at Vancouver
can send someone to take his
place, and will go direct to England. His mission will be to raise
funds for operations in which
himself and associates are interested. He will also take with
him options on some properties
to put before people in London.
.Ml of these propositions referred
to are close to Hazelton.
Mr. Wright is said to be Interested with P. J. Jennings in the
Hazelton Nine Mile Mining Company. Mr. Wright also recently
bought the Amargosa group of
claims on Rocher de Boule. This
was a cash deal and Mr. Wright
is the sole owner. The group is
near the Trimble-Pemberton property, now bonded to John F.
Cowan, of Salt Lake City, for a
quarter of a million dollars.
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COMPANY.
-Houses and Rentals.
Notice
Our iiatrons wilt please note that all accounts
Igalnst the Individuals of the firm, the Puny Ex-
tirt'ss. will be kept separate from those of the
Company, dating* from the 1st of OctoU'r, I'.'11.
E. A. ELLIOT.
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Furnish,-.1 rooma with bath. Sp.'diil rates by
the week.   Talbot House. Iti5-t_
Neatly Furnisheel rooms, irentlemon proferred,���
Apply Mrs. Mullin, over Majestk' Theatre,     tf
Nice Furnished Rooms, Mrs. (i recti wood. Alder
Block; Third Ave. 178-tf
For Rent���Furnished rooms. Hot and cold water
with bath. Dluby Rooms, tith Ave. and Fulton
Street. ti
For Rent-Son�� of England Hall. HIS' 2nd'Ave., for
Dances. Fraternal Societies. Socials, etc. Apply
Frank A Ellis. Box 869 or phone 08. ltMt-tf
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For Sale
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30-30 Savage Rille, mood as new.   P. O. Box 2M.
236-241
For Sale-Chicken Ranch. 1 Sturey house, household mods. Near Prince- Itupert. A snap If
Uken at once.   Addreas R���x S(S8. tf
12(100 takes excellent view l���t with substantial 4-
roomed cottage, lot 6, block 1, section 6. Borden
St.   Enquire on premises ���r P.O. Box H.
���Uls-'lll
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
WHAT SAYS MOTHER?
Airmen Like to Load up Their
Machine with Youngsters
There is a growing tendency]
In Europe to load an areoplancl
with children instead of grown-ups
When an attempt is made to establish a new passenger record.
Children do not weigh as much
nor   take  up  as  much   room  as|
grown-ups, so of course more can
be taken.
On the other hand, should an
accident occur the children would
be sacrificed to the aeronaut's
desire to break the passenger
record.
Children very often have less
fear than grown-ups and enjoy
thc sport immensely.
TELL THE YOUNGSTERS
London Coronation Police Had
Candy Given Them All Day
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M The Williams Co. Prom- a
X ise  a  Grand   Farewell a
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Every night this week the Williams Comedy Comapny at the
Empress Theatre have put on a
better play than on the previous
night. Tonight they intend lo
exceed even thc splendid and
Convincing romance ihey offered
in "Dora Thome" hist night.
They have selected for their
farewell perfomance the well known
comedy drama "Master and Man,1
in which Mr. Dave Williams has
made a reputation by his masterly
performance of the old Irish servant Jerry. Miss Pinkie Mullally who has made so main
admirers here by her charming
personality and talents will take
the soubrette part of Chick.
Theatre goers will remember sonic
of the amusing passages between
Cluck and Jerry.
A crowded house is expected for
tonight, the company having made
hosts of good friends for themselves during iheir stay in town.
"We ;ire all anxious to show our
gratitude to our Prince Ruperl
friends by making tonight's performance a great success, and we
are hoping to return to you again
next year," said .Mr. Dave Williams on behalf of his company
this morning.
UGLY CHARGE
Waiter on Well Known Boat
Charged With Assaulting a
Little Girl.
Samuel Hogg, a waiter on board
the Prince John, is under arrest
by the Provincial Police today
charged with having indecently
assaulted a little girl passenger
on  board   the  boat  near  Massel.
The  case   will   probably  go  to
Masset for preliminary hearing.
PRINCE GEORGE LATE
Fog delayed the Prince C.eorge
somewhat on her run this week,
and she was not due to arrive
till 8.80 this afternoon.   A wireless
message brought the information
that Sir William White, of London, is on board, making a trip to
visit the railway, in which he is
heavily interested. He is accompanied by Captain Nicholson.
SATURDAY SPECIAL.���La-
dies' cashmere hose 25c. Wallace's, at
The huge squad-, of police dc-1
tailed to guard the coronation j
parade in London were given
sticks of pure chocolate and bags!
of candy "drops" as the mainstay,
of their rations.
Strange to say, this diet was
recommended by the chief of
police surgeons as the very best
for a hard day's work in the sultry
weather.
Safe it is to say that the little
English children for that day, at
least, wished devoutly to belong
to the police force.
SOMETHING  WRONG
Most Marvellous Feat Ever Yet
Accomplished by a Plumber
Ii may be that the feat attributed to the pumblej in the
subjoined anecdote is impossible
outside the realms of the imagination, but within them it is a
singularly pleasing achievement for
everyone but the family on whom
it wa.s practised.
"You re wanted/' said the small
boy.
"Who wants me?" demanded the
plumber.
"Number 137���the house you've
just come from."
"Do ihey think I can work
iill hours of the day?" retorted
the plumber.
"You'd better come," persisted
the small boy stoutly, "or it'll
be too late, Ma's got hysterics,
and pa's gone nearly mad, and���
"Look here, sonny," asked the
plumber, "what's up?"
"Well, I ihink you've connected
the wrong pipes, or something,"
replied the boy. "Anyhow, the
chandelier in the parlor is spraying
like a fountain, and the bathroom
tap's on fire."
Bert Maxwell, the Giants'South
ern League recruit, has raised
nearly .?3,(>00 for "Scotty" Walker,
the Atlanta shortstop whom hc
hit on lhc head with a pitched
ball this hist season, putting Walker out of the game and necessitating
a serious operation. When Maxwell was a member of the Atlanta
Club he and Walker were bosom
friends and even after Bert went
to Birmingham, with which club
he wis playing when the accident
occurred, they remained chums
whenever lhe two teams were in
the same town together.
A woman has done a big day's
shopping   when   she   has  spent   a
on   her
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McBride St.   Telephone 257. 240-242
Wanted���All klndi of embroidery worked at moderate price*. Send your own piecea and have
them worked. Mn. W. B. Willitcroft, Big Bay
P.O. 238-240
Wanted���Two young men lo board and room In
private boarding houaa. $30 a month. Apply
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Scotch lady would like altuation aa housekeeper
or any position of trust. Thoroughly capable.
Apply box l��. Dally Nowa. 241-244
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We carry everything in tho feed lino, alao garden seeds at the lowest market prices, at Collart's
nig Fted Store, Market Placo
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Lost and Found
2
FOUND-2 Small Keys.   Inquire at News Oflice.
���Mf
Loat-Ladles* watch In bracelet   Reward bv returning lo News office. if
Exchanged by mistake-" Currie" Waterproof
Coat for one exactly similar but with plumb
bob In the pocket. K��-*x change can be affect-
���dat Newa Ofllce.
r
Real Estate
~l
Cor. 3rd Av.
anil 8th si
The James
Nicely f ii-nishcl rooms. Good table boanl
Board $4.75 Room and Board (7.00
dUALITY  lll'lll I III, I  ���  LOW
I - - -
Will buy lota <n Prince Rupert at bar-rain prices
for cash. Apply P. O. Box 860 stall,,*- location.
price, etc 231-11
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Business Chances
COAL NOTICE
tenth   as  much  <m   it
CftT fare aud luncheon.
Miss Keeltey vm b ptmcrigrr
south   hy  the   Prirre  Rupert yesterday.
Sksena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Take notice lhal thirty davs from date, I. C. K
Bainter cl Prince Kupert, fi. OL by occupation
bookkeeper. Intend to apply lo the Chief CommUaioner of Landa for a licence lo prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under M" acree of
land on Graham laland described aa follows:
,     ("iiintiirnrinB at ft post planted one mile north
I ol ('. 1-   B. Coal Leaae No. 10, marked C. K   U.
Coal Leaae No. 15. thenoe north 80 chaint, ihence
weat  HO chaina,  thenoe aoulh  80 chaina, thence
*aat HO chaina to place of commencement-
Daled Sept. 11, 1911.    C. E. BAINTER. Locator
Pub. Sept 23.
Skeena Land District ��� DUlrict of Queen Charlott
Take notice lhat thirty days from date, I, C. tt*.
Bainter of I'rlnce Kupert " C., by occupation
bookkeeper, Intend to apply to the Chief CommUaioner of Lands for a licence to proepect for
coal and petroleu-v oo and under 640 acraa of
land on Uraham laland doacribed aa foUowa:
Commencing at a poot planted two milea north
'���I C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 10, marked N. E.
comer C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 16, thenee aouth
HO chains, thence weat 80 chains, thence north
80 chains, thence east 80 chalos to place of commencement
Dsted Sept 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept 23.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlotu
Take notice that thirty davs from date, I, C E.
Malnter of Prince Rupert B. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, Intend to spply to the Chief Commiaaioner of Lands for a licence to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acrea of
land on Uraham Island deacribed aa follows:
Commencing at a post planted twe mllea north
of C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 14, marked N. E.
corner C. E. B. Coal Leaae No 17, thence south
80 chains, thence weat 80 chsins, thenoe north 80
chains, thenee east 80 chslns to place of commencement
Dated Sept 11, 1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept 23.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty days from date, I, C. E.
Bainter of Prince Kupert ������ C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chief Commlaaioner of Lands for a Licence to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acrea of
laad on Uraham Island deecribed as tolloara:
Commencing at a post plsnted two mllea north
of C. E. B. Coal Lease No. 12, marked N. W.
corner C. E. B. Coal Lease No. 18, thence south
80 chains, thence east 80 chains, thence north 80
chains, thenoe west 80 chains to plsce of com
mpneernent
DatedSept 11, 1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept 23.
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Taks notice that thirty davs after date, I. C. E.
Bainter of Prinoe Kupert, 6. C, by occupalion
iKmkkeeper, Intend to apply to the Chief Com*
m Union cr of Lands for a licence to prospect for
coat and petroleum on snd under 640 acres of
land on Uraham lslsnd deacribed in follows:
Commencing at a post plsnted two miles north
of C. E. B. Coal I^ease No. 18, marked S. W.
eorner C. E. B, Coal Lease No. 19, thence north
60 chains, thenre east 80 chslns, thence south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains to plsce ot commencement
Dated Sept 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept 23.
Skeena Land DUlrict -District of Queen Charlotle
Take notioe thst thirty drws from date, I, C. E
Balnter of Prince Kupert, <��� <*., by occupstion
iKKikkeeper, Intend to apply to the Chief Commiasioner of 1-amla for a licence to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acrea of land
on Urahnm laland described aa followa:
Commencing at a post planted two miles norlh
of C. E. B. Coal Uase No. 14, marked 8. W.
cornor C. E. B. Coal Uaae No. 20, ihence north
HO chslns. thenee west 80 chains, thence south 80
chslns, thence east 80 chains to place of commencement
KiTflSt M1, m1'     C' E' BMNTER- Locator
GENERAL STOREKEEPER WANTED
he moment is opportune and the future assured.
Msinly caah, but If with capital to carry settler!
till Spring in some caaes, almost a monopoly of
a large tributary territory can bo secured. Best
corner lot $160 to build, or store would be erected and rented. Posl office will >**��� secured. Address Immedlslely P.O. Box 2, Prince Rupert
241-24?      .
CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Agents
Order* promptly filled.   Prices reasonable.
OFFICE- H. B. Rochester. Centre St    Phone 68
PONY EXPRESS
SVSTKMATIO UMUMS*   1,11 IV1.BT  ��KKVICK
Ilst-Kait--. Storage and  Korwsnlinir Airents.   For
Hlttt or Motor Car day or nisrht
Seventh Ave. and Fulton
Phone 3(11
NOTICE
On and afler October 27lh I wilt again ihave
charge ol the Shoe Repairing Shop on Fecond
avenue between Seventh and Highlit streets,
occupied tor some time by I.udwic Strublc. 1
will he pleased to see all my old customers and
friends, or any new onea that teel like giving
j my work a trial.
I will as In the past three and a halt years I
have been In huslneaa in Prince Kupert, try to
give satisfarlinn. ,
Nothing but the best materials will be used and
reasonable prices charged.
JOHN   CURRIE t,i
LOTS  FOR  SALE
1 lot, block 17, section  1,  First Ave.,
Price $2500,   $1000  cash,   balance 8,
Vi and 18 months.
1 lot, block 9, section 5, Sixth Avenue.
Price $1625, half cash, balance 6,   12
and 18 months.
1 lot, block 14, section 5, Summit  Ave.
Extra Imp- 32-foot front.      Price
$1250, $800 cash, terms.
Lots  10 and  11,   block 24,  section 5
Tth Ave.   Two fronts.   Make offer.
1 lot, block 16, section 7. Two fronts
Sixth Avenue and Hays Cove, with
house .12x20.    Price $2625.
2 lots, block 22, section 7, Sixth Ave.
Price $600 each, $300 cash, balance
$25 per month.
4 lots, block 11, section 8, Tenth Ave.
Price $300 each, $25 cash, balance $10
per month.
HOUSES FOR SALE
4 room house, Ambrose Avenue, plas
tered, best harbor view in city.   Price
$1837.    $600 cash, balance $30 per
month.
FOR RENT
2 Houses, 6 rooms each, papered, plastered, painted, on 9th Avenue. $22.00
per month.
Stores on Second Avenue.
MOTOR BOAT FOR SALE
26 foot auxiliary, 6 h.p. power Palmer
engine, cabin with stove, al! com
plete, $400.
CIGAR STORE AND FIXTURES
Fixtures, wall cases, show cases complete. Price $300, or will rent for
$76 per month.
LAND FOR SALE
5 and 10 acres, garden trucking at
KiiMiiiikiiliiin. Price $66 per acre
Half cash, bai. 1, 2 and 3 years.
10 acre tracts, garden trucking at Kit
solas, $50 per acre; terms.
FOR LEASE
Three   lots,   Third   Avenve,   close in,
lev I, good   lease.
LOTS IN NEW HAZELTON
$10 down and $10 per month  buys a
lot now.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
NOTICE
Auction   Sale
NOTICE in hereby given that James HsKRcrty,
has retaken posseMlon of Ut Seventeen (17),
Block Twenty-four (24), Section One (1), Townsite
ot Prince Rupert, under and by virtue of powers
contained In lease from him to James Donahue,
Arthur Murray snd John Armstrong.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that the
said James Haggerly will sell by public auction
the buildings erected by the Lessees upon the
said premises, aald sale to be held at Prince Rupert,
I 11. C, on thr flmt dsy of November, A. D��� OIL
\ ft three o'clock In the afternoon upon the aforeaald
I premises.
I 101 JAMES  HAUUEKTY.
FRED. STORK
-General Harili
Builders' Hardware |
-   Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves   7
Graniteware       Tinware **
,, SECOND -  AVENUE
...FOR_RENT...
5-room  House  on  8th Ave., section 5.
Partly furnished, $22 a month
...FOR_SALE...
Lots  8  and  9,   block  34, sec. 8, $600.
Easy cash and terms
Lot 19, block 26, sec. 6.    Easy  terms.
Lot 22, block 24, see. 5, $800.
Lot 17, block 49, sec. 7, $350.   $50 cash
and $25 per month.
Fire, life, Accident and Liability Insurance
JOHN DYBHAVN
Pattullo Block.
BOYS!
START IN BUSINESS
Sell the Daily News.
It's the easiest and quickest way of earning money
of your own.     Apply at
THE     NEWS     OFFICE
Comforters
The snow is crawling down the mountains to remind us
of cold winter. We have opened five bales of comforters and have put them on sale at the low price of $i.2f,
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 Loungei :mj
Rattan Goods; Chiffoniers, Dressers and all kinds of Case (;(>oi|s
Iron  and Brass Beds,  Baby Buggies.
Linoleums    at all prices.    Twenty-five patterns to choose from.
Carpets,  Rugs, Portiers, Tapestry and Lace Curtains
For the
Kitchen
and  all  kinds  of Curtain  Materials.
Stoves, Hotel White, Granite and Vitrified Ware, Teapots, Beanpots, Buttercrocks, Jugs, Filters and a
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 Osttrmoor
_,       , Mattress, Framed Mirrors and Mirrornlatc for fmm
eoUS L��OOdS ing, 36x48 down; Jardiniere, Vases, Bar Glasm of
every description, Lamps,   Lamp  Chimneys,   Baskets  of  nil  kindi
F. W. HART
2nd Ave. and 6th St.
Phone 62
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The Graham Island Oil Fields, Limited j
CAPITAL STOCK $1,000,000
We are offering for sale a very limited
amount of shares of stock at 25c per share;
par value $1.00. These shares are going
quickly and will soon be off the market    :   :
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1 SELLING AGENTS
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A ship load consigned by H. Williams
of Vancouver, to be sold on commission
$6.50 to $7.00
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BOILER  FEED  PUMI'S
CAST  PIPE
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HEATERS
CONCRETE   MIXERS
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Twenty-four hours ending 6 a.m.,
Oct. 23
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Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
VOL. II, NO. 242
Prince Rupert, B.C., Monday, October 23, 1911.
Price Five Cents
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IWILL BUILD A NEW ROAD
FORT GEORGE TO ST. PAUL
I. D. McArthur, of Winnipeg, and Wealthy Associates
Secure Charter for a Line to Run from Edmonton to Ft. George, then South to St. Paul
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver,   Ocl.   23.���A   new
railroad is to be built from Ed-
pionton to St.  Paul, opening up
Jriiish    Columbia     from    Fort
urge  to  Vancouver,  according
lo the plans of Mr. J. D. McArthur,
|he well known railroad contractor.
Has Got a Charter
Mr. McArthur, who is a very
calthy man, and several of his
}iimiicss  associates   are   reported
have acquired a charier for thc
imposed road, work upon which
}-ill probably be commenced very
m.
Connect With G.T.P.
When completed the road will
bnncct  with   the   Grand   Trunk
Pacific at Fort George, thus providing a through route from Vancouver to the Peace River district.
The route of the road alcr leaving
Fort George is south through
British Columbia.
G. T. P. PURCHASE
Reports That They Have Purchased Townsite Near Hazelton.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, Oct. 23.���A tract
of 350 acres has been purchased
by the G. T. P. south of the town
of Hazelton, -Skeena River, where
thc new town is to be located.
fOUND DEAD
AT VICTORIA
.drew Howlett's Body is found
[Floating in the Inner Harbor
(Canadian Press Despatch)
[Victoria, Oct. 23.���The dead
pciy of Andrew Howlett, a former
uployee of the city and latterly
the Vancouver Portland Cement
pinpany of Todd Inlet was found
luting in the Inner Harbor to-
|y.    His relatives are in Mani-
ARISTROCRATIC PARTY
lr William White, Lady White
[and Miss White Arive by the
George.
J On board the George from Van-
luver on Saturday travelled Sir
|illiam White, the naval architect
note  in   the  old   land,   Lady
Jhitc, and   Miss  White.    With
lent travelled Sir William While's
|cretary, Mr. Williams.   The par-
are touring the Dominion, and
ent up thc line by special train
Sunday.
Goodbye River Boats
��� With parting bellowing from
leir sirens four of the Foley,
iclch & Stewart river boats de-
trted to their winter quarters
lis morning. Two of them; the
lisiributor and Conveyor, will
lit return again, but will be sent
bwn below.*
O. B. Smith arrived from Van-
puver on Saturday by thc Prince
���eorge.
Mr.  J.  Spencer,  of Skidegate,
ins returned  from  a  visit down
:low; by the Prince George.
VENTURES NEW CAPTAIN
Promotion of Charge of Steamer for Capt. Parks of the
Capilano.
THE  NEXT GREAT    WAR"
With Am.-rl.-n proponing arbllratlon, nil parties In tho l'nited Klnsdom In
|f��Yor of It, and tho German Press and Parliament approving, the next great!
rwar" ought te be conducted *t abov*.���London Oslnlon.
CARTOONS BECOME OBSELETE KEARLY .AS SOON .AS BATTLESHIPS
The above cartoon was published early thia year by a London newspaper
When the Venture cleared for
the north last she was in command
of a new master. Captain Parks,
formerly of thc Union Steamship
freighter Capilano, iias been pro
motcd to be master of Uie Venture,
and Captain Boden, late pilot
of the Cassiar of the same fleet,
has been appointed pilot of the
Venture. Besides having new
plates installed, the popular liner
was repainted throughout and
looks like new.
DR. DOYLE DISAPPEARS
Fears That the Port Physician
for Halifax Has Been Drowned
from His Launch.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Halifax, Oct. 23.-*-Dr. Doyle,
assistant port physician for Halifax, has disappeared from the
quarantine steamer Minoca leaving
his coat and hat behind him. It
is feared he has been drowned by
falling overboard from the launch.
Real    Estate   Active   in   New
Hazelton
Great activity in New Hazelton
is reported at J. H. Kugler's
office, the local agents for this
townsite. seventeen lots having
been sold on Saturday and Monday
morning.
They are displaying a halftone cut, showing a bird's-eye
view of thc townsite and the
surrounding mountains, which
gives a very comprehensive idea
of thc geographical lay of the
new town.
lAN'S MEMORY CAME BACK
AFTERJOURTEEN YEARS
Lrgical Operation at Seattle on a Man Named 'Kelly'
Brings Startling Results���He Turns Out to Be
E. C. Rogers Who Has Been Long Missing
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Seattle, Oct. 23.���A story as
Iramatic as any told on the stage
las come to light in the hospital
���ere, whereby a man named E.
{handler Rogers has been brought
back to memory, after thc past
paving been a blank for fourteen
Years.
Highwayman's Victim
. The story starts in thc year
1887, when Rogers was found half
Head  in  the  Hudson   River, and
,vith his skull terribly fractured.
Je had been set upon ��"<1 robbed
by New York thugs. In the fight
they beat in his skull With a
bludgeon, and threw him for dead
Into the Hudson' River. Alter
icing rescued by bo.'iincn, and
Eakcn to the New York Hosiptal.
Rogers' memory had completely
gone.
Forgot His Past
After   his   discharge   he   took
the name of Kelly, and served in
the United States Navy for seven
years. Since then he had worked
in thc saw mills ai Washington,
and quite recently married a Seattle
Kirl. Immediately after his marriage, the man became violently
insane. Hc ran out of the house
and lived in thc woods, napping
and barking like a dog at anyone
who approached him.
Pressure on Brain
When thc doctors came to examine him, they discovered that
a portion of his skull was pressing
on thc brain, causing the madness. They perofmied a delicate
operation to lift the skill I. Immediately after this was performed,
"Kelly" became quite normal, ai'd
his memory came back to him.
He told  the doctors of WS past
life, and remembered Ins old name,
and thc events which led Uj> to
his receiving the blow on the head
in New York.
NO NEED TO FORTIFY HARBOR
Sir Wm. White, the Famous Naval Authority, Says that  British
Columbia Has No Naval Enemies to Fear
CHINESE REBELS CAPTURE
PROVINCLOFSHANG-TUNG
Reports Say That They Are Now  Marching to  Take
Pekin- Captured Province is Wealthy and
Has Thirty Million Inhabitants
(Canadian Press Despatch)
San Francisco, Oct. 23.���Latest
advices from the Chinese war
received here state that the rebels
are victorious and that the Province of Shai'g-tui'g has fallen
into their hands.
A Big Province
The province is one of thc
largest and wealthiest in China.
It fronts on the Yellow Sea, and
has an area of 05,000 square miles
and a population of over theirty
millions.
Preparing an Attack
The province fronts on the
province of Chile, in which the
capital of China, Pekin, is situated.
The reports state that the rebels
are now preparing lo attack the
province of Chile
lo Pekin to take
of government.
and march on
over the reins
Pekin, Oct. 23.���From Pekin
in the north to Canton in the
south, the fires of revolt are
spreading. Fifteen thousand rebels
met twenty thousand Imperialists
under General Tchang today in
the mountains. After several
hard lighting and heavy losses
the Imperialists are re|>orted to
have fled leaving their guns and
ammunition for the victorious
rebels.
General Li Yung linen in command of the rebels now helod
every pass well fortified.
NEW G. T. P. DIRECTOR VISITS THE PORT
Makes Inspection of the Harbor, the Dry Dock Site and the Town���Had a Trip to
the End of Steel on Sunday���Man Who  Remodelled the Entire British
Navy Talks on the Possibilities of War���Blames the Press of
England and Germany for Fanning the Flames
Prince Rupert has a magnificent
harbor, and one that is well
adapted to naval defence, but it
is most unlikely that il ,vill ever
be fortified.
This is the gist of the opinion
of Sir William White, the famous
naval architect, whose regime at
the head of the designing department of the British Admiralty
marked the revolution in battleship building. Sir William who
is now a director of the G. T. P.,
was a visitor to Prince Rupert
over the week end, and accorded
thc News an interesting Interview.
Protected by Distance
"Who is there to fortify the
place against?" asked Sir William.
"Not the Japanese. They are
among the wiseet of nations, and
their interests arc on lhc other
side of the Pacific, not on this
side. They know as well as
anyone the Importance of fighting
naval engagements close to coaling
stations and repair yards. They
are quite content to be the English
of the Orient, without wanting
to ever risk their fleets in conflicts
four thousand miles away from
home. War is too costly a matter
for any nation to plunge into
lightly today.'
Praised the Harbor
Sir William made a tour of the
townsite, paying particular attention to the dry-dock site. He
expressed himself in every way
as impressed wiih the magnificent
natural advantages of Prince Rupert. He had been familiar with
the charts of thc coast previous
to coming here, but the actua
realisation of thc harbor's situation and extent made a great
impression on him.
A Great Designer
Sir William White has now no
official connection with the British
Naval Department. He has retired from active work as chief
designer for the Admiralty. The
last great battleships to leave the
stocks from his design were the
lighlirg machines of the King
Edward  class,   after  which   came
the Dreadnoughts. Sir William's
work on the King Edward class
of battleships marks the turning
point In British naval architecture
which led to the tremendous increase iii si/e ard gun power of
fighting ships.
Blamed the Press
On the subject of modern warfare . and    the    chances   of   war
between Britain and Germany Sir
William   in   outspoken   manner
blamed the press of both countries
for fanning the spark of unrest
simply to satisfy the craving of
sensationalists. That there was
any serious risk of war, he was
not ready to admit. With commercial relations so far reaching
as exist between England and
Germany, Sir William doubted if
war would be declared for many
a day. Still the tendency of
the press to get hysterical over
the war scare both in Germany
and in Great Britain had a bad
effect on the public mind, and he
condemned it*
The Naval Policy
On thc Canadian Naval Policy
Sir William was reserved. He
said the whole essence of success
in the idea of the Canadian
Navy lies in the fact that thc
Canadian people are ready to
build their battleships under advice
from the Imperial Naval Department. This policy applied as
it is lo Australia., and as it will be
to South Africa will lip-build an
Imperial and Colonial system of
Naval Defence which will far and
away outclass any naval efforts
of any other country in lhe world.
It would be cheaper to build all
the battleships in Britain, but if
the Canadian, Australian, and
Suuth African people wished to
build their own vessels in their
own lands for the- sake ol self-
development, then by all means
lhe Imperial Government would
facilitate their so doing. That
Sir William White is a man able
to speak with authority on naval
matters is well substantiated by
the fact lhat he himself designed
and saw built 260 British ships
of war representing a. total outlay
of some two hundred million
dollars.
Is Honored in America
As President of the Briiish
Society of Civil Engineers Sir
William White has visited thc
American continent before, but
has never been as far north as
Prince Rupert. He had a very
greal reception in thc States when
he came over on thc invitation
of lhc American Society of Civil
Engineers, and was entertained
in the principal grcat cities nf
America.
Yesterday Sir William and his
party including Lady White and
daughter had a trip up the line
a.s far as Van Arsdol and back.
They left this morning on the
Prince George for the south to
return across Canada by the G.
T. P. from Edmonton.
TURKEY SUFFERS
A GREAT FIRE
Large Portion of Stamboul Destroyed, Including the War
and Finance Offices.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Constantinople, Oct. 23.���Turkey has had an additional calamity
befall her iu a fire which has
de\ astated Stamboul, dose to Constantinople. Three hundred of the
principal buildings in the eity
are in ruins, including the offices
of thc war and finance ministers.
RESULT OF STRIKE
Appalling Conditions in Crow's
Nest Pass
Fog to Blame
Fog delayed the G. T. P.
steamer Prince George on her way
from the south Saturday. She
arrived at 3.30 p.m. with passengers, freight and mail.
City Solicitor Back
By the George on Saturday
Kred Peters, city solicitor of Prince
Rupert, returned from Victoria
where he has been acting in an
Important criminal case.
(Special to the Daily News)
Calgary. Oct. 21.���C. P. Hill,
general manager of thc coal mine
at Hill.-it -i. Alia., has wired Premier Borden that he had just
been through thc Crow's Nest
and conditions are appalling. He
asked the Premier to arrange
some sort of scheme that the
miners should go back to work and
the trouble be adjusted later.
Hill blames the labor agitators
from Indianapolis. He says that
even if the mines now resume
il will Ik* impossible to supply tlie
demand. .
Mr. W. J. Leary and Miss
Lcary of Skidegate, were passengers by the Prince George from
Vancouver on Saturday.
"Cap" Nicholson Arrives
"Captain"  Nicholson,  the well
known    and    popular    steamship
agent of the G. T. P., arrived by
the George on Satirday.
I-ntoriun. PioneerCleincni, I'honi- 4.
KINGSWAY SAILORS REFUSE TO PUT TO SEA
Declare That Their Vessel is Not Safe With Big Deckload of Coal���Has Only Two
Inches of Freeboard���Captain Produces Customs Surveyor's Certificate
Considerable feeling has been
aroused upon the waterfront since
Sunday morning at 4 a.m. when
the seamen of the trawler Kings-
way belonging to the Standard
Fish and Fertiliser Company of
Pacofii refused to put to sea. The
men declare thai the vessel is
rendered unseaworthy owing to
her large deck of coal. The coal,
they say, is stowed so as to interfere with the steering gear, and
further that the hatches underneath the deck cargo arc not
properly battened down, and that
ihe has onlv two inches of free
loard. They were anxious to
nave the vessel surveyed by Captain Musgrave of the Lillooet, or
some other competent independent
authority, and stood ready to
meet the cost of this in the event
of their being proved in the
wrong. Thc deck cargo occtipi.es
the whole space from _ the fish
hatch forward which it covers
to the after end of thc engine
room awning, and is packed over
the chains of the hand steering
gear.
Since Saturday night when the
Kingsway finished coaling, lhc
vessel hi's been lying at the Foley,
Welch wharf without a complete
crew, only the captain, two engineers, two m;,les, and one deck
hand being willing to put lo sea
i\i   her.     hive   men   have   come
hore demanding a survey, but
they arc emphatic that they have
not deserted the ship.
Interviewed this morning Cap-
lain Brown produced a certificate
from II. M. Dunn of the Customs
Department, to the following effect: "This is to certify that I
boarded the steamer Kingsway
at Prince Rupert, B. C, on Sunday
morning at 10.3.*. a.m. and found
the snid ship lit for sea." Dated
October 22nd, and signed H. M.
Dunn, Customs Surveyor.
"Do you ihink I'd put lo sea
in her myself if she were not
seaworthy?" asked Captain Brown
this morning. "I maintain that
the ship is absolutely seaworthy
CONTINUED ON PAGE 4
YOUNG VICTORIA WOMAN
SUICIDED IN SEATTLE HOTEL
Dead Body of Barbara Robertson Found in the Savoy
Hotel���Had Left Receipts Showing She Had Recently Invested in Graham Is. Enterprise
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Seattle, Oct. 23.���The dead body
of a  young woman  registered  as
Barbara Robertson was discovered
(in Sunday "morning in lhc Savoy
Hotel  here.    By her side was a
bottle of chloroform,    lt was evidently a clear case of suicide.
Came From Victoria
The  woman  was  registered  as
from  Victoria, but a note giving
instructions as to her burial was
addressed   to   Thomas   Sloan   of
2075 Beach Ave., Vancouver.  The
woman   who  reached   Seattle  on
Friday,  appeared  to  be  about
thirlyfive years of age.
Had Invested Money
In her handbag were receipts
showing that she had recently
invested a sum of S'i.iO in thc
Naden Harbor Caol aud Oil Co.
FIVE MEN KILLED
Explosion at Bellingham Inter-
urban Line Injures Road
Gang.
(Canadian Press Despatch;
Bellingham. Oct. 23.���Five men
were blown to pieces and three
seriously injured on the Bi lling-
h.ini and Skagit Interurban Line,
when two hundred pounds of
dynamite exploded in a cut where
i K-oig was employed.
Giants vs. Cubs Tonight
Great   renewal  of   indoor  baseball  al  the   Auditorium   tonight.
Come and see Giants versus Cubs
picked    teams   of    crackerjack
players   fight it out to a finish.
tu- m*,... n ret *b   vt   ...  oi    j I Hotter than the world's champion-
The new G.T.P  News Stand L,*.,    ,-.,...,... _...,,.,,, A. g 15 8{
for Lowneys  delicious  Choco- Admission 25e.   Skating after the
lates, fresh from the factory,   tf Igame.
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I-���H4 l-l. I     Ii     ��� ���        I      ' I     ' ���       ���     ***     ���**   '*t~~*- *
Only the fall of darkness robbed
little Joe Baribeau of a new
world's record for 100 miles at
a recent auto speed test at Winnipeg, and in spite of the fact
that the last fifteen miles was
ridden in total darkness, he
Ceeded   i"   covering   the   distance
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skeenu. Land District��� I '.strict el (.'malar
Tako notice that R. H. Btawarl ol Vancouver,
B.  C,  occupation  truokmii:,,  Intendi to apply
(or permission to purcbaae tba lollowlnB described
landa:
Commencing at a post plii.ted lo chains south
ol Pre-emption No. 397 an,! i'i chains east Irom
the Naaa River tS. W. C), thenoe 40 chains east,
thence 40 chaina north, tUncc 40 chains weet,
thence 40 chains aouth to tha point ol commencement to contain 160 acrea more.* or l>-ss-
RICHARD liilWAKl' STEWART
Haled Aut, 1911.
I'ub. Sopt. 23.
Jan*.,*s T. Kullorton, Agent
50  minutes,  23 4-~>
in   I   hour,
1 seconds.
���  MM
The    timekeepers    had    to
1 supplied  with   light   in  order
| nuke   it   possible   to   see   their
Skoena Land District���Dts'rlct of Coast Range 6
Take notice that Harold E. Smith ol Morely,
SUC-I Alta., occupation atatlon ai*ent. intends to apply
lor permlsaion to purchase the following described
lit*
HEAD OFFICE
Daily News Building, Third Ave., Prince Rupert, B. C.    Telephone 98.
BRANCH OFFICES AND AGENCIES
New YORK-National Newspaper Bureau, 219 East 23rd St., New York City
Seattle���Puget Sound News Co.
London, Enghnd-TI.<* Clougher Syndicate, Grand Trunk Building, Trafalgar   watches and all the view obtained , skeena Land District-District ot Coast Range v
���5r.ei.ir.*. Irt  I},rii, ..,,    ..* . *   .  l.lnol- l>l,,r il.it        T*ke noti<**** ***** *<***  ***��� Taltman of Cedar
square. I Ol   lV.tlln.Ul, WSS a DUCK llllir Uiat   g*SE   iowl,   occupation   liwyer,   Intenela   to
tlitteil   by   to   the   accompaniment   apply  llor  permiaalon  to purchase  (he foUowing
' described landa:
Commeneing at a post plant,*.! at the southwest corner 100 chains oast ar.d 10 chains north
i from N. E, vomer of I.ot lilt,. Harvey's Survey
Coast Dislrict Range 6, tin-lice to chains east,
tht-nce 80 chains north, th.-nc* 40 chains weat,
thence 80 chaina aouth to post of commencement
containing 320 acrea, more or I.*-*-..
IO   Dated Sept. 18, 1911. HAROLD B. SMITH
I'ub. Sept. 23. I :, : \\ . Uohler, Agen
Subscribers   will  greatly oblige  by promptly  calling up Phone 98 in case of
non-delivery or inattention on the part of the news carriers.
Daily Edition.
of a flash of flame from the
exhaust of the engine.
M  M  M
���pen
Commencing at a poat planted on the southerly
ahore ol Kulaymateen Inlet on the right bank
of a small atream (lowing into said inlet just eaat
of Crow Lake.   Thenoe aouth SO chains, thenee
DUESSELDORF-THE MODEL CITY
Monday. Oct. 23
- ( but that the little western wonder
" | could go out  and  establish new
J figures if he started and finished
in daylight and made ptrovision
government was only thought  to carry a supply of lubricating
_-, **    P    "J,   , ,     ,      weat 20 chaina more or leas to the shore line ol
there IS IlOt   the Slightest  doubt, Crow   Lake,  thenee  northerly  and  easterly  lol
lowlng the ahore lines of Crow Lake, the Inlet
to  Crow Lake and  Kutxeynutoen  Inlet  lo the
place ot  commencement- containing  forty  acraa
more or leea.    Located Auriist T, 1911.
Dated Aug. 9, 1911. JESSE M. TALLMAN
Pub. Aug. 12.
Civic government was looked onN >f*"���* for the trip
Troubl
the  Litter direction   lost   him
Skeena Land Diatrict-Diatrict of Cassiar
Take notice that I, Thomas Carter, of Prince
i Rupert, occupation carpenter, intend u* apply
for permission to purchase the* following describ-
111
over !1  minutes between  73 and; *c_��ji,ne*���, ,t . ���_., . -���_<��� .���,_, on, mit.
A hundred���even fifty years ago
of in connection with the nation.
as of little account.
Since then, new modes of production have caused population qq  niiles,  and   ii   he  could  have ******ftem t��a mb-dTatSDTmi~��n8"iboii��
a     ,                    ,     ,                                            ,   ���     i                      j                                i_                      i      i ���        ���           , U8 feet back from the b....*h. thence 80 chains
to nock around the great centres of industry, .and great cities have saved   ihis   time   by  jumping   to north, thenee 40 chaina west, thence so chains
arisen.   Today, many of the keenest sociological thinkers are of the a spare machine, the trick would JJ^ntieon_jni_isso��e��wmS5of_i
���������__,           ,.           .    ,                                    ���    ,       j ���                .   have been turned  and a Winniiiee! THOMAS CARTER,
opinion lhat the problems ot the cnv are more vital and important  "���*'*��� " *-*m ************ m iu **.* iu mi*   h ���0--_jJlll Tthi 191,   ch.irU., Webeter Calhoun.
r       ,          , ,          ,   ,          .         _,," ,         ,             ,   .,.                      man would now be credited with ��� pub. Aug. 5th. Aircm.
than the problems ot the nation,   lo learn how to build up a greal  t,K, dirt ._...,. r.vor., for u,��� ,..*,.,. :
and happy city���that is the master-problem for the economic student.                         n   a   tt skeena Land District���District ot Coast Range 5
_,,',,,                         ,              j.-l              ,j.                  j   ��     ���              ��t                                                  r      i Taka   nolice  that   I,   Thomas   McClymont  of
Probably the most advanced city in the world in regard to its      At   thc  commencement  of  the Prince Rupen, b. a. occupation reel eatate
.   1 ��    ���. ,,*.*-. *     , .   *   mm     we      *     is* --....,     I!   ..) ��...��_,   a-....laa.,-.  ,,��Y ' broker. Intend to apply tor permission lo purchaae
social government is Duesseldorf 111 Germany, of which Mr. Maximilian attempt, Baribeau was reeling oil tb_ MmG dawenbed land.:
as     1.       1                              .... ���.          1     .     .                             1    ���   e            r-v           i     the     miles    a     shade     under     lhe Commencing at a paot planted at the S. W.
Moeller  has written.     Willie OIUV Ul   US   economical    infailCV   UuCSSel-       .                       ,       ���""."*���      -""�������� corner ol pre-emption i-ecorJ 41*.', thence eaat 80
.     ,  .       ,                     ,/,."���                                                                                         milUtle,    .Hill    Continued    IO   make chaina. thence south 40 chains, thenee west 80
(Jorl  IS the marvel ot  modern CHICS.                                                                           !���:..-,   ,:���,..   ,���,   ,,.   ,u,.   ,.,..���,,,. f,S,\. ehaina to ahore of lake, thence lollosring shore
.        ,         ,                    .                                                                           ...                                     "ne   time   Up   to   tllC   IWelin-tltlll of lake In a northerly dii-ectlon te point ol com-
It   Blmdy   OWIIS   Its   Street   I'.tr   System,   a   Controlling   interest   U1 India     when     lie     had     established mencement;  containing 320 acrea, more or leaa.
,                ,          .              ",..���>- Datad Sept. 5, 1911.     THOMAS McCLYMONT
its new  figures  for  the  track  ol   -���> Pub. Sept. 9.                     EtMMCole. Agent
gas, electric li       --���:,'                            i                                       i    imnc n ins.   li   sees,     t iftv  miles w
ind loan hou
and is a greai i -''Trouble wiih  the oiling alTectt
the  running  of  the  machine  at
ihi- i*-oint causing the Io:
1 valuable  minutes and   the
j occurrence in the S4 and SS miles
dropped him down until darkness
, caught him with twelve miles to
Skeena Land District���Dutrict ot Coast Range 5
Take notice that E. H. 0. Miller ot Falmouth
Eng.. occupation surveyor, intenda to apply fo
permiaaion to purehaae the following deacribed
lands:
Commencing at a poat planted at the N. W. Corner of Lot 440b, thence west eO ehians, thenee south
I   three , 20 chatna, thence eaat 80 chains, tbence nonh 2(1
ansiLa   ehalna to the point of commencement containing
Sallllt.    lM ,__, mon ��� !,__
Dated Auguat 1-, 1911. E. It   G. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 26. P. M. Millar, Agent
Skeena Land Diatrict���District of Coast Range -
Take notice that It- F. Millar of Tipton. Eng-1
land,   occupation   farmer,    nlenda   to   apply   for
i���i. n  to purchaae the following dueerlbed j
a local railroad:   its docks and harbors;   its slaughter houses;   its new  r.. *   .
ectric light and water plants.    It owns three separate banking ".������������"
t owns and rents houses;   it speculates in land ^vered in oOjnins. 431-5 m,>. an.l
, .   ,,        . . T   , . , i3 miles in i4 nuns., 88 2-0 (CCS.
is a gre.it land holder. ��� Ii p-ossesses a municipal opera house.; Trouble  with  th
exposition   hall,   public   baths,   cemeteries,   municipal    pawnshops,
restaurants and milk depots;   in fact, Duesseldorf is the biggest business house in Duesseldorf.
Twelve yean ago the city bought out the street car company,
which had been run as abominably as those in our own Canadian
cities.   Henceforth, the dty realised a good profit on the investmentIgo.    The tracks were so black
at the s.ime time offering better service at a rate lowered to 2 1-2 that   Joe  only   escaped   collision
cents per fare with transfer.   Artistic cars, comfon.iblv seats, carrying .with   the   fence   on   several   occasions, by the narrowest margin,
and both  the officials anil spec-
, tators gave a gasp of relief when
were a few of the improvements installed.   Each car is equipped withj the plucky  rider flashed  by  the
the most efficient brakes and safety appliances so that   death   or j post for the last  time.    It is a
loss of limb is an almost unknown factor.   The wonderful development Canadian record.
of the street car system for the good of the many has paid, for its      ,  i   i i
_.   .     .       . , .,,,- A man was rewarded reeentlv
paissenger traffic has been increased 400 per cent. al   Chicago   for   his  devotion   tb
Bv obtaining a controlling interest in the Rhine Interurban rail- baseball.    Charged with breakine  0_��er~it l��*28." themes"nonii 20 chainV tbenee
._.,,,, a . s . , ., ,.'     west 20 cbaina,  Ihence south 20 chaina,  tbence
road, Dusseldorf has made another gotxl investment,    it now develops into an apartment on the alicrnixm mm �� chaina to point of eommencement. cen-
the land surrounding the city in the most advantageous manner and ��' -September lt, Nicholas BsvWailgHfammUKUMoT '
t-s-rn.u
landa:
passengers only to six over seating capacity, and beautiful wailing
stations to protect passengers against the inclemency of the weather.
Commencing at a poat p'.sn:.-! about 60 chaina
wost trom the N. W. Comer of Lot 4406. thence
nonh 40 chaina, thencs* weat 20 cbaina,  Ibence ;
eouth  40 ehaina, thenoa aeat 20 chains to the'
ptaint of commenewment containing eighty acroa
more or leaa.
Dated Auguat 19  1911. K   F. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 26. P. M. Millar, Agent I
Skeena Land Distnct���District of Coaat Range i >
Take notice Ibat Frank S.  Miller of London.
lor
Ian
Commencing at
lion civil engineer, intemis to apply
-"ed
post planted at the N. E.
g., nre-jpation ci.il engineer, intends to apply '
permtaMon to purcbaae tbe loUowing deaenbed
testified   that   on   thc   afternoon I **<>*��� Aug- =6.
in question  he was at  the Cub I
by its cheap fares enables the workingman to live in thc country where
rents are low and green me.ndows impart health. ball park.
ln the year 1907 Dusseldorf realized $700,000 out of its water, score card.
gas and electric light plants.   This went to help lower thc taxes. "Who pitched  for the Cubs?"
The low lying shore land was reclaimed in 1S85 at a cost of *4,- a!i'{,jdt*l1' court.
500.000 and was transformed into a harbor with municipal docks.!    ^d. Rt-ulbach,   said Brown.
.p. ,,      . . .       . -, ���   .   _i . i.       _i       A"d   who   pitched   for   Phil-
lhe scrubby shore was coaxed into beauty until it had been changed adelnhia?"
FRANK S. MILLER
P. M. Miller. Agent
Diatrict���District ol Coaat Range 6
Taka notice tbat Herbert J. Maclde of 1'em- ;
��4te�� Oat., oceupatlon lumberman, Intenda to >
apply for t permiaalon to purcbaae tbe foUowing
it a poet planled on Ibe left bank
t or Zim-a-tol-tta River, at south*
into luxuriant p.irks and places of recreation.
Did these improvements pay: Let us sec? The river trade increased 300 per cent ar.d the tonnage from 2S million to 104 million
tons. The rentals from the docks arc paying for thc entire initia.
cost.
Since 1871, when the population numbered 69.000 inhabitants!
this (>!d World city has grown to 300,000 inhabitants. It has certainly
paid.
A workingman wishing to buy a home can borrow money from
the City Mortgage Bank. If in need, he can go to the City p..wnshop.
He can deposit his money lately in the City Savings Bank
'.Alexander the Csrcat."
"The  court   considered   this  a
good   alibi,   and   continued   the
case for further inquiry.
PRINCESS MARY DUE
The Finest Boat in the C. P. R.
Coast Service" to Arrive Here
To-Night.
The  Prince** Mary', the latest
The banks acquisition to the C. P. R. fleet,
- at a |
of the ZynweMlu <
west corner of Lot 1706, (hence oonharly, following
the westerly boundary of Leot 1706, 90 chains
more or leaa, ut lb* northwest corner of said Lot
1706. tbence westerly end aoutherly. following
tbe loft bank of aald river, 80 cbaina more or lesa to
point of commeneepeet containing 160 ac**---* *
more er lose.
Loeued Auguat 19. 1911.
Dated August 21. 1911.    HERBERT 1. MACKIE
Pub. Alag. 26. 1 redrf .ck S Clementa. Agent
LAND LEASE NOTICE
Bella Cceta Land Diatrict -Diatrict of Coaat Range 1
1
Take eotice that H. M. Cliff of Dundalk. Ire-
land, occupation gentleman, Inttrnda to apply
far permu-nioa to lease tbe following deaenbed
lanela:
Commencing at a poet planted on the ahore
of Nedectaconnay River about 10 chaina weat
of  Indian  Hewers
Line .theeee west 60 ehains
are doing a splendid business of fifteen million dollars a year and the wi.. arrive here at 8 tonight, being !^B_ni,.'t* i^n.^nfw^'w-A.n^l
pawnshop a $300,000 b__U.es.. delayed by fog.   She is taking the ^ \��!* gig gg. *-j. 'jST&gjg
A<    -.    p.. ,1   ........   lar. l. ...     1 ..,.,.���.!-l-..-f   :.      _,_-,: ._��   "..__,___-! place    ��l     the     rrUlCeSS     Beatrice   l��i chains mi-re or ;���*�� to point of comm��ne��roer.l:
���       -io... '  Lu>>cd0rf ,s ca"u_g th*    une*"wd while   the   latter   is   undergoing ^lTixV*x3*r^hmJ%'''
increment   on 2.000 acres of land and ha* set aside five million dollars r,.,virs.    Her coming has had   a **>*> septso.
with which to buy more.   Thu* Dusseldorf protect* it* people against preat interest for steamboat men'
the loan and real estate and alleged cheap money shark*. and travellers.
Thc German workman ir comfortable.    The state, thc employer
and the worker e.ich contribute a portion toward the workman s old **"        '        "NEWS      �� ANT
H. M. CUFF,
Wiihara McNair. Agent j
, Belie Coola Land I '-strict -District ot Coasl Range
a
!     Take nsx.ee that H. M. CliS ot Dundalk. Ire-
la r 1.   oeeupa!H*n   gentleman,   intenda   to   apply I
for  p-in���Him  to laaaa  the  foUowing  dfeenbed
age jH-nsion. Accident insurance is free, for every employer i* forced
to pay stipulated sums according to the kii .1 of injury received. Thc
German workman makes use of the fr��e municipal labor bureau when
out of work. He gets free medical attendance in free hospital*. Hi-
children can obtain splendid educations. He xwn visit the many park-
and hear concerts four or five times a w,, k. No wonder manufacturers
establish their businesses in Dtisseld, rf. for there hc find* willing,
happy, clean, contented workmen.
Vice, crime, corruption, disease are at a minimum, as the c.iuse*1
which create them are being removed. The people ,*rc what conditions
make them the world over and Pusse'dorf i�� making a kindly, happy,
intelligent, just and respectable people.
AD. WAY OF FINDING
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TOR   HIOH CLASS PR1WTIMQ OF  M.L KIWDS  9KB THS  " NEWS
Daily Neia Building phokk <** Third .
at a poat planted at tbe N. W
corner of Let 2S_. thenee south 40 cbains more
or eesa to r.cnhem boundary of loaae So. 1 applied ,
tor ny H. M   Cliff, theoce If/lowing said boundary t
earn Its chains, tbenee nortb 40 chains,  thence I
weet SO erhains te potnt of eommencement;   con- i
tailing M acraa. mote or leaa.
Dated Aaguet St. Itll. II    M. CUFF
Pah. See*, to. WUliam McNair, Agent
Bella Coola Land District���Diatrict of Coaat Range
*
Take nctlee thai H. M. CliS of Dundalk. Ireland, occupation gentleman. Intends lo apply
tor permlsaion to le_K tbe following deaenbed
lands.
Commencing at a poet planted at the S. E
corner of Lot 3(1. thenee -ruth 40 chaina more
or !���*��� to northern boundary of Leeee No. 1
applied fat by H. M. CM, thence eaat 20 chains
along aeid boundary, thenee north 40 chains,
thaaea weet av chains to point of commeocement.
containing M acne, treare or lea.
Dated Auguat IS. mil. II. M. CUFF
Pub. Sept. M. WUliam McNair, Agent
He. a Coola Un J District���Diatrict of Coast Range
t
Take notice that H. M. Cliff ol Dundalk. Ireland, occupation gentleman. Intends to apply for
perns lesion to lease the following deaenbed leads:
<.--���-    ..   _.    ,   . ,_.   (,,-.f.]   st   the   *hr*re
the N. E. comer of Lot No  3, tbenee north .
40 chain*, thence weat SO chains more ot leas to i
east boundary of cannery leeee. thence following I
the said east boundary aouth 40 chain* more or I
lev  to  ahor*   line,   theoce  loleowing  said  ahore
line eaaterly SO rhaina mot* or leaa to point of
eorr.meneefaeatt   eoniaining 320 acrea. n-o-e or
Dated Auguat 31. 1>1I.
Pub. Sept. 30.
H.  M. CLIFF
WUliam McNair. Agent
Bella Coel* Im-4. Diatrict���Dw*rict cf Coeet Range
3
Take notice lha; H. M. Cliff of Dunda'k. 1--
a-1.   esccupelion   gentleman,   intend*   to   apply
for   permlsaion   to   leeae  tbe  following   deecribed
landi:
(i���urine al a poat planted at Uie N   Y,
NT et Lot 33. Iheeee north 20 chains, thenee
Ih���'ai   thene* ���mjth 20 ehaina more or
tal I* ****** Hoe, thenc* following th* shore line ,
40 ehaiaa more or sew to polat of commence
t: foetaleing -���- ear-., men or ta*.
Dated Auguit 31.1311. H    M    CLOT
Pub. Saa>_ tt. William McNair. Agent |
Bella Cc*>'a\ Laad DMrict���Diatrict of Coatt Range
I
Take notice that II. M   Cliff of Dundalk. Ireland,   occupation   geoUems-.   intends   to   apply
tor  pa-rmiwion   te leeee  the  folio-wing  dsecribed
land*
Commeneing at a poat planted al the N. W.
ea*��me**t of laot No 4. theeice north 40 ehains. th-ece
eeet 40 ehalree. thenre aouth 40 chains mege or
ta* te *boT* line, thence following shore line
��� sweetly 40 ehains more or lesa to point of com-
. tueiitesne.it:   ewntsiniag BO acrea, more or lea.
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V.  F. G. GAMBLE
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[Real Estate and Stock Brokers
APPROVED AGREEMENTS  FOR SALE  PURCHASED
Prince Rupert
and
Stewart
A
Canadian Pacific Railway
C. Coast service ��� Famous' Prireess
Line
Princess Royal
Friday, October 20th, at 9 a.m.
Vletorln. Vancouver and Seattle
G. McNab ��� General Agent
)ouble Weekly Service
,S. Prince Kupert, S.S. Prince George
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AN II
Seattle
.T8S!&
Mondays and Fridays, 8'a.m.
. Prince John sails for Port Simpson, Nans Rivar, nml Stewart, Wednesdays, 1 p.m.; antl for Masset antl
Niitlvn Hnrtxir Thursdays 12 p. in.
For Ski.l-ur.it- . Itose Harbor, etc.,
Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service lo Copper River
l.v I train! from Prince Itupert Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, 1
p.m., returning Tuesdays. Thursdays
uml Sm ii lays ut I   p.m.
The Gran ! Trunk Railway System
iiiui'ClinR with trains from the Paeiflc
mosi operates a fretiuent and conven*
t-nt nervii-e of luxurious trains over its
|., ,!���'..* track route betwt*en Chicago,
Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Halifax,
^irtland, Boston, New York and Phila-
������Ipliia. Atlantic Steamship bookings
rrnngctl via all lines. Full informa-
mi and tickets obtained from the
fflce of
A. E. McMASTER
Kit KI CUT   AMI   TASeSEMiKK   A1.KNT
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Ski-cnn Land District���DUtrict of C.otut Rango 5
Take nutice that 1, Gordon ��... -.mmerson of
Princa Huport, 11. C, occupation roal ontute
hrul.tr. intontl to apply for pi-rmiaaion to pur-
chu -- tho following ih- v-.ih.tl landa:
Commencing at a innl pUnttnl about 2 3-1
mill* in a northerly direction from tho northeast
t'.'n.i-r pout of Lot 1381), Kange 5, Coaat District,
11 ��� ��� i. north 40 chaint, thenco wost to river
hunk, thence aouth fullowlng river bank to point
i��I ctimmcnct-mont;  containing 160 acroa, moro or
ItUM.
Datod Sept. 9, 1911.  GORDON C. EMMERSON
Pub. Ocl. 14.
Sktwna Und Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct of Coaat Rango V
Take notloo that 1, Uunjamln A. Flah of Towner,
Na   I ���.,   occupation   merchant,   Intond   to   apply
for permiaaion to purchaao tha following doscribod
Commencing at a post plantod on the oaat
boundary and about flvo chatna from the aouth-
nast corner ot Lot 4481, thenoe north 60 chaina,
thenco oaat 30 chains, thonco aoulh 60 chains,
thenoa weat 30 chains to i-.m.t of commencement.
Datod June 24, 1911. Hi:.; JAM IN A. 1 ISII
Pub. July -'- Trod E. Cowell, Agent
SkMna Land District -District ot Cout Rango 5
Tako nolice that Hirlam Roy McTavish of
Winnip-eg, Man., occupation barrister, intonda
lo apply for {tormlaaion to purchaao the following
lii-M-ntMtl landa:
Commencing at a poit plantad at tho southwest
corner 40 chaina cast and 40 chaina north from
N. E. corner of Lol 1116, Harvey'a Survey Coaat
DUtrlct Rango 6, thonce 60 cbaloa out, thonce
60 chains north, thonco 60 chaina weat, thenco 60
chains aoulh to poat of commencement containing
:t''ii ricnt mora or leaa.
Dan*! Sept. 18, 1911 MIRIAM ROY McTAVlSH
I'm.. SrpuS3. 1 re i W. Uohler, Agont
Skeona Und 1 n.trirt Di-tnrt of Coaat Ranee 6
Take notico that Uttie McTaviah of Vancouver,
occupallon married woman, Intends to apply
for permivion to purchaae the following doscribod
lanoa;
Commendnf at a poat planted at tho norih-
wmt comer 100 chains vast and 20 chains north
(rom N. E. corner of Ut 1116, Harvey'a Survey
Coaat District Range 6, ther.ce 20 chaina aouth,
thenco 80 chaina oast, thonce 80 chatna north,
ihenco 40 chaina woat, thence 60 chaina aouth,
thence 40 chains wost to posl of commencemenl
dontaimng 400 acrva more or laaa.
Dated Sept. 18. 1911. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
Pub. Sopt. S3 Kred W. Oohlar, Agent
Skeena Und DUtricl���DUtrict of Coaat Range 6
Take notlea that URoy F. Grant of Prince
Rupert, H> <*. occupation civil engineei. Intends
to apiily for permiaalon to purchaae the fullowlng
��1�� -i nluM landa:
Commencing at a post planted about 3 1-2 mllea
In a northerly dlrer:ton from the noriheaat corner
pokt of I.ot 13*v, Range *-, Coart DUlrict, thenco
cast 30 chairs, thenre north 60 chains, thenoe
***���**>' to bank ot rtver, thence aouth following
bank of river to point of commencement: containing \*o acre*, mure or Iras.
Dated Sept. 9,1911. LEROY   F.  GRANT
Pub. Oct. 14, Gordon C. Emim-raon, Agent
Skeena Und DUtrict DUtrict of Coaat Range &
Take notice that I, Christopher Jamea Graham
of rrii-,1'' Hup rt. II. C, occupation locomotive
rMinerr. intend to apply for permiaaion lo purchase
the folbwing doMribvd lands:
Commenctng at a nasi planted at the aoulh-
*<-t corner "I Ut No. 1. - * vicinity of Uke
Ukelso and markrl Christopher J. Graham
N. 1 Corner, thence west 40 chains, thence aouth
80 chains, thence easl 40 chaina, thenco north 80
chaina lo posl of commencement; containing
320 an e��, more or loss.
CHRISTOPHER JAS,  GRAHAM,  Locator
Dated Sept. 22. 1911. 11.66 A.M.���Wilncaeed T. D
LaiM.
I'uh. Sept, 30.
'rince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
Meets in the Ilt'lgcrson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All members of the order in tho city
are requested to visit tin* lodge.
J. P. CADK. N. O.
J. 0LUCK, Sic
COAI.   NOTICE
Skeena Land District���Diatrict ol Queen Charlott
Isisnds
Take notice that Austin M. Ilrown ot Prlnco
I'wi.cit, saeleller, Intenela lo apply to tbe Chief
d Works
Commissioner oi Lands and
i lor a licence
COAI. NOTICE
to prospect fur coal, oil and petroleum on and
under the following described landa on tho Weat
Coast ot Crahsm Island:
Commencing at a post plsnled three mllea east
ol the northeast corner of C. L. No. 4469 Ihence
aouth Ml chains, thenee 80 ehalna weet, thenee 80
chaina north, tbence SO chains eaat to point of
commeneemenL   ^mN ..   BK0WNi lMXQt
Localed August Iat, ISII.
Pub. Aut. IS.
Skeena Und DUtrict���District of Queen Charlotu
Islsnds
Take notice that AueUo M. Proem of Prince
Ituperl, II. C, occupsllon saddler, InUnds Xo
apply to the Chiel Commissioner ol Lanile and
Works for a licence to prospect lor coal, oil am
mtrnleuen on anel under Ihe followine described
Isr ....... r
TO RENT
Comfortable 4 roomed house on
AmlitoBe Ave., with tine
view of harbor
$15.00 a month
(i��od 4 roomed house on Hay's
Cove Ave., in block ���!���">
$15.00 a month
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
Second A��e., Prince Ruperl. B.C,
SAVOY  HOTEL
Fraser aril Fifth St.
The only he.lel in town
with h���l nnel cold *****
er in rrrei. Beat furnished house north of
V-incouver. Hes-ms "o
up. Phone 37. P.O.
Una IB.      I       I       ���
Prudhomme * Fisher
TKY THE "NEWS'' WANT AD.
WAY OF FINDING
[aiiroirU'n    Wl.     ���>>..     ....>.��     ���-���-     ���- -".     _-
amis on the Wesl Coast ot Graham Island
Commendng al a poat planted three milesi cast
ol the northeast comer ol C. L. No. 4478 thenco
so rhsins soulh, Ihenee 80 chains east, thence WJ
chsins north, thence SO chains waat to point of
commencement. ^..j. M BR0WMi ^^t
l.aieo( Location 31et July. 1811.
Pub. Aii|. 11.
Skeena Und Dbtrlet���Dislrict ol Queen Charlotu
|a|a,r,l..
Take notice that Austin M. Ilrown ol Prlnce
Hupert, occup.tion saeldler. inlends to apply lo
lh> Chiel Commissioner of Unds and Works lor
a licence lo p.*ns|,ect for coal, oil snd petroleum an
and under lhe folloalnl eleeecrllied lands on tho
Wnt Cosst ol Craham Islsn.l:
.Commendng at a post p anted three mllea east
of the northeast corner of X I.. No. 4472 thence
HO ehains weat, thenee 80 chains north, thence 80
chains easl, Ihenee SO chain, soulh to point of
commencement- j-j-js M BBOWN, Locator
L-v-ainl August 1st, ISII.
Pub. Aut. IS.
Skeena Und District-District of Queen Charlotte
Isianil.s
Take notice lhat Austin M. nrown of I rlnce
llut'rt oeeup.ti��n saddler, Intenela lo apply lo
he Th ieMommi-ioner of Uml. .��nlW.r>
iccr.ee lo pr.-speel lor coal, oil and petroleum on
ami under the tollnwnlt described Unda on the
West Coast ot Crahsm lslsnd:
Commencin, .1 a post planted three ml�� cast
of the southeast eorner ot C. I- No. 4470 hence
���L3 B ehains. thenee east SO chaina, thence
Sh mea.lnlxr.ene* weal SO chain, to point of
commencement. jmjnj |_ nilOWN, Ucator
Ucated Autuat let, ISII.
I'uh. Au|. 19
SORRY TO LEAVE CANADA
Earl Grey Tells English People
That the Years Were Eventful
and Happy Here.
(Canadian Pre" Dewatch)
Liverpool, Oct. 38.-Earl Grey
and i���s family arrived here today
and wen- given a n.y.ilI  wclo'iiic
In a public menage ban urej
ittted that the years wni *>Y
him in Canada were eventful ��w
happy ones, and he was sorry
to leave the Dominions
Bktjma Land District-DUtricl ul Queen Charlotto
lake notice Unit thirty duya from eluto, I, C. E.
Hainter of Prlnco Hupurt, ll. C, by occiiliation
bookkeeper, Intond to imply to tlio Chief Com-
nusjiiuner of Lunils for ., liconcu to proapoct for
cuul nnd potroloum on Hnd under MO acres ol
lund on Gruhum Islnnd describoe! iu followa:
Commoncln*! nt n post piunted ono mile north
ot C. E. B. Coal Leuao No. 10, markod C. E. B.
Coul Loaao No. 16. thonco north 80 chuina, thenco
W0".'o?,0 ."I-,*"1-", ll'onco aouth 80 chuina, thonce
euat 80 chnins l��� place ol commencement,
l>au,il Sopt. 11, 11)11. c. I, UAINTEH, Locator
Pub. SoDt. 21.
Skoena Land District���District of Quoon Charlott
lul,,- notice that thirty duys from duto, 1, C. E.
Uuinter of Prince Huport, B. C��� by occuputlon
liookkocper, Inteml tu upply to tho Chief Commiaaioner of Lunela for a liconco to prospect for
coal and potroloum on and under 640 ucrea of
land on Craham Islnnel doacribud as follows:
Commonclnit st a post plantud two miles north
of C. L. II. Coul Leuao No. 10, marked N. E.
cornor C. E. 11. Coul Unso No. 16, thonco south
80 chains, thonco woat KO chaitia, thence north
80 chains, thenco cobi 80 .halns to placo of commencement.
Datod Sept. 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTEH, Ucator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skoona Land Diatrict���Diatrict of Quoon Chorlotto
Tako notico that thirty daya from daU, 1, C. E.
Hainter of Prineo Kupert, U. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, Intend to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of Lands for u licenco to prospect for
coal and petroleum on und undor 610 acroa of
land on Graham lalund ele*ac-ib*-tl ua followa:
Commoncinit ut u post pluntcel two miles north
of C. E. U. Coul Louso No. 14, marked N. E.
corner C. E. B. Coul Uuso No. 17, thence south
80 chains, thonco weat 80 chains, thence north 80
chaina, thenco eaat 80 chuina to placo of commoncomont,
Datod Sept. 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skoona Und DUtrlct���Diatrict of Queon Charlotte
Take notico thut thirty duya from date, I, C. E.
Uainter ot Prlnco Hupert, B. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, Intond to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of Lantla for u Licenco to prospect for
eoal and petroleum on and under 640 acres of
land on Graham laland described as follows:
Commencing at a post plantod two mllos north
of C. E. B. Coal Uaso No. 12, marked N. W.
corner C. E. B. Coul Uuso No. 18, thonco aouth
80 chaina, thonce euat 80 chnins, thenco north 80
chains, thence wost 80 chuins to place of com-
moncoment.
Dated Sopt. 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Ucator
Pub. Sopt. 23.
Skoena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Queon Charlotto
Take notice that thirly days attor date, I, C. E.
Hainter of Prince Hupert, ll. C, by occupatiun
bookkoepor, InUnd to apply lo the Chief Commissioner ot Unds for a licence to proapoct for
eoal and petroleum on and under 640 acres ot
land on Graham Island described us follows:
Commendnt at a posl planted two miles north
of C. E. ll. Coal Uaso No. 13, markod S. W.
cornor C. E. B. Coal Uaso No. 19, thence north
80 ehalna, thenee cast 80 ehains, Ihence south 80
chaina, thenco woat 80 chains to place ot commencement.
DatedSept. 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und District���DUtrlct ol Queen Charlotto
Tako notice that thirty daya trom daU, I, C. E.
Hainter of Prince Rupert, ll. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend lo apply to the Chlof Commissioner of Unda for a licence to prospeet for
coal and pelroleum on and under 640 acres ot land
on Graham Island doacribed aa followa:
Commencing at a poat ptanted two miles north
of C. E. II. Coal Loaao No. 14, marked S. W.
corner C. i:. B. Coa) Uaae No. 20, thence north
80 chains, tlience west 80 chains, thonco sou*th 80
chains, thonce oaat 80 chaina to place of com-
mencomont.
Haled Sept. 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept, 23.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlotta
Tako notice that thirty days after daU, I, C. E.
Hainter ot Prince Kupert, 11. C, by occupation
bookkesepor, InUnd to apply to the Chlof Commissioner ot Unda for a licence to prospect for
coal and petroloum on and under 640 acres ol
land on Graham laland deecribed as follows:
Commonclnt at a post planted two milea north
of C. E. B. Coal Leaao No. 15, marked S. E.
corner C. E. B. Coal Lea_) No. 21, thence nortb
80 chains, thenco west 80 chains, thinco south 80
chaina, thenca eut 80 chains to place of com
mencement.
DatedSept. 11,1911.    C. E. UAINTER, Ucator
Skeena Und DUtrict���DUtrlct of Queen Charlotto
Tako nolice that Ihirty daya from date, 1. C. I..
Huiiii.t of Prince Kupert, B. C by occupatiun
bookkeeper, intond to apply te tho Chief Commissioner of Unda for a licence to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acrea of
oland on Graham laland deacrilied as followa:
Cotnmoncint at a post planted two mllea north
ol C. E. B. Coal Loaae No. 16, markad N. E.
corner C. E. B. Coal Uase No. 22, thonco aouth
80 chains, thenca weat 80 chains, thenee north 80
chaina, tnence eaat B0 cbaina to placo of commencement.
Dated Sept. 12.1911.    C. E. BAINTER. Ucator
Skeena Und DUtrict���District of Queon Charlotto
Tako nolice that Ihirty daya from date, 1, C, E.
Hainter ot Prince Kupert, H t*. !>.. occupallon
bookkeeper, intend lo apply to the Chief Commissioner of Unds tor a licence U prospoct tor
coal and petroleum on and under 610 carea of
land on Graham Island described as follows:
Commendnt at a post planted two miles north
of C. E. II. Coal Leaae No 17, marked N. E.
comer C. E. B. Coal Uaao No. 23 Ihenco aouth
80 chains, thence weat 80 chains, thence nonh
80 chains, thenco east 80 chains to place of commencement. ,. ,-,���-, .
DatedSept. 12.1911. C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Tub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und District���DUtrlct of Queon Charlotte
Take nolle" lhal thirty days from dale, I, C. E.
Uainter of i'rince Kupert, B. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, Inund to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of Unds for a licence to prospect lor
coal anel petroleum on and under 610 acrea ol
land on Graham Isalnd describoel as lollows:
Commendnt at a post planted twu mllos north
of C. E. II. Coal Leaaa No. 18, marked N. W.
corner C. E. B. Coal Loaao No. 24, Ihence south
80 chains, the-nce east ItO chains, thence north
SO chaina, thence west 80 chaina to placo of commencement. I |__���   .	
Deled Sept. 12, 1911.     C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pul.. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und District-DUtrict of Queen Charlott
Taka nolice lhat thirty daya from dale, I, A. T
Broderick ot Prince Hupert, 11- C, by occupation
bank manager, Inlcnel lo apply to tho t hie! Commissioner of Unds tor a lfoeneo to nruapect for
coal and pelroleum on and under 610 acroa ol
land on Graham Island deacrihed as follows:
Commendnt al a post planteel two milea north
ol C. E. II. Coal Leaae No. 17, markod S. W.
corner A. T. B. Coal Uaao No. 2.., thence north
80 chains, thence east 80 ehslns. thonce south 80
chaina, thence west 80 chains lo placa of commencement. __.���.-  .
A. T. BRODEKICK, Ucator
Daled Sept. 12,1��11 C. E. Bainur, Agent
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ot Queen Charlotu
''ako notice that thirty days from dale, I, A. T.
Drodorick ot Prlnco Kupert, B. C, by occupallon
bank manager, intend to apply to .the Chief Commissioner .if Lands for a licence to prospoct tor
coal and petroleum on and under 640 cares of
land on Graham Island deecriboel aa follows:
Commcndng at a post plnatod two mllea north
of C. E. II. Coal Uaso No. 20, marked S. h.
comer A. T. B. Coal Uaso No. 26, thence north
80 chains, thence west 80 chains, thenco south
80 chains, thence cast 80 chains to plsce of commencement. _.   ____-_���   ,
A. T. BRODERICK, UcaUr
Dated Sept. 12, 1911. C. E. Balnier, Agent
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und DUtrlct���DUtrlct ot Queen Charlotte j
Take notice that thirty days from dato, I, A. T.
Broderick ol I'rince Kupert, 11. C, by oceupatlon
MM manager, Intend te, apply to the Chiel Com- \
missioner ol Unds for a licenco lo prospect lor j
eoal and  pelroleum on and under 640 acres of
land on Graham Island deacril��d us follows:
Commencing at a post planteel two miles north
ot C. K B. Coal Uaso No. 21, marked S. L I
corner ot A. T. B. Coal Lease No. 27, thence
west 80 chains, Ihenco north 80 chains, thenco
east SO ehains, thence south 80 chains to place
of eommencement. ___,_,-.._...   .
A. T. BIIUDERICK, Ucator
Dated Sept. 12,1911. C. E. BalnUr, Agent.
Pub. Sepl. 23.
Saeeea Und District���District of Quoen Charlotto
Take notlre lhat thirty days from daU, I, C.L.
Bainter nf I'rlnce Kupert, B. C, by occupation
Imokkeeper, Inlend to apply to tho Chiel Commissioner nf Unds tor a licence to prospect for
coal anel petroleum on anel under 840 acres ol
land on Graham Island described as follows:
Commencing al a post planted at the smith west
eorner of Coal I.oa��o No. 4468 marked C. h. U.
Coal Unse No. 28, thence north 80 chslns, thenco
west 80 ehslns, thence south 80 chains, Ihenee
esst 80 chains tn point ol commencement covering
all tnrrahoro Tlahn Poinl. iiaiimtfr
listed Sept. 12, 1911. C.  E.  BAINTbK
l-ub. Oct 7.
Skeena Lsnd District���Dislrict ot Queon Charlotte
Take nntlee that thirty days from date, I, I.. I*..
Ilainler ot I'rlnce Rupert, II. C., by Meupatlon
Imokkeeper. inlend to apply to tho Chief Com-
.""si,������. ���l Land, for a II, enco in prospect for
a .1 and pelroleum on and, under MO acres ol
Inn, on Graham lalantl deserlLed as follows:
Commeneing at a post planted Is.* north
Tlslin norths*"*! .oinel ('oa! Lease 4166 marked
?��� K 11 Coi.1 Uaso No. 29 tliencr south 80 chains,
ih'nnee s-pst 80 chains, ihence north 80 chains,
th.nce easl 8" chains U point o! commencemenl:
containing 6 If> acresi more or loss. ,1AIMTP���
Dsted Sept. 12. 1911. **���  E-  BAINTbK
Pub. Oct. t.
j = THE COSY CORNER =
I     DEVOTED  PRINCIPALLY  TO  THE INTERESTS  OF  WOMEN
i
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This ia a little section of tho paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
COAL NOTICE
Society Note
After spending a few-
Victoria, Mrs. Vi-rnnr \\
of   Prince   Rupert,  kit
York,   where   she   wi"
lays in
Smith,
for   New
spend   a
couple of months before leaving
for California, where she will spend
the winter.���Victoria Colonist.
HOUSEHOLD HINTS
New windows thai stick may be
made to move readily by applying
parann to the grove in whit'
the windows slide. If stuck with
paint, run a case-knife all around
the edges first.
NEW FURS
Wonderfully Rich Effects for
This Season in the Garments
of the Wealthy.
A wonderful coat was seen in
London recently all ready for a
winter trousseau, made entirely of
"slimmer ermine," which differs
from the ordinary white by having
a stripe down its centre of light
delicate brown. A curious trimming on this coat, very long and
with a tremendously wide shawl
collar, was abroad band of rich
brown and gold passementerie inserted about knee height, the cuffs
being also fo thc brown and gold.
A wide, loose pcreline of seal-
dyed musquash with muff to match
was bordered with ermine, lined
with white satin, veiled in balck
chiffon, Wolfskin is also being
made in large stoles and muffs.
A large auto coat is made entirely
of mile skin in thc striped effect;
a great roll collar fastened low-
down with two big round fur
buttons at the left side. A long
box-cloth coat had a great collar
of opossum, and a lining of the
grey and white squirrel. A round
crown hat of mole fur had a flat
brim turned up and caught with
a single long pheasant tail feather.
A muff and stole for a rich woman
was an exquisitely shaded Russian
matrien, lined with ermine! The
rich heavy plush made now look
always like fur, and a chiming
costume was made of seal brown
cloth, the plsuli of the same shade
being in a shaped piece from the
knee down, a coat of the plush
rather longer, where it fastened at
the left side, with nine large
buttons, a large folding collar
covering the shoulders and chest
lined with a contrasting silk. A
high curved brim felt hat with
soft feathers, all brown, had excellent effect. A beautiful coat is
of all snowy while fur, lined with
softest quilted satin, big collar,
long sleeves, very full, and easily
wrapped round the figure; clasped
at the side with big pearl fastenings,
it was quite an ideal evening coat
for a winter bride.
NICE VEGETABLES
Hints for the Correct Cooking
of All Kinds of Green Pro*
duce.
Choosing   Vegetables:    Choose
those that are in season, medium
sized,  as  large ones are  usually
woody, stale and wilted vegetables
arc apt to be unwholesome.
Preparation: Wash, scrub and
pare thinly, as much of the mineral
matter lies close to the skin.
Dried vegetables, as peas and
beans, must be soaked at least
twelve hours before cooking. Canned vegetables should be emptied
as soon ns opened and the contents allowed to Stand awhile
to regain the oxygen lost by
canning. Drain off the liquid
from pease aril beans. Rinse and
serve as fresh vegetables.
Cook vegetables whole when
practicable! or into as large pieces
as are convenient. The larger
the pieces, the less loss of mineral
salts from vegetables.
Use only as much water as is
necessary to cover them.
Use the cooking water for sauces
and soup slock, as it contains
much nutritive matter dissolved
from the vegetables.
Cook in gently boiling water.
Green vegetables keep their color
better if cooked uncovered. The
reason is unknown.
Cook strong-smelling vegetables
as onions and cabbage, uncovered
in a large amount of water.
Seasoning: Use two teaspoons
of salt to one quart of water.
All vegetables must be drained
as soon as tender. Serve hot, with
butter or a vegetable sauce.
A handful of coarse salt and a
cupful' of vinegar shaken up well
in a cloudy decanter will clean
it like magic. Rinse well with
very hot water several times to
remove all tcast of salt.
If you wish to iron a starched
garment and have not much time
to wait, try this scheme. Sprinkle,
roll in a damp cloth or paper and
place in a cool oven for about
five minutes to steam, It will
then iron nicely.
THE SMILE CURE
Something That Will Make any
Girl Happier and Prettier
Even When She's Worried.
A professor in one of the Eastern
colleges once told of a nervous
breakdown that he had experienced
some time before.
"How did you get over it?" I
asked.
He smiled. "I went to several
of the nerve specialists," he said,
"and I didn't succeed in getting
any help. Then by chance I
heard of a woman, not a physician,
who had studied nervous diseases
for years and had been very
successful in treating them. Some
friends persuaded mc to go and
see her.
"She began by making me learn
to smile. You see I had gol down
to such depths that I couldn't
smile. It seemed as if I had lost
all power over the muscles of my
face. They had become set. They
nol only expressed the depression
lhat I felt, hut they actually
adtletl to it.
"I obeyed instructions, I went
home and for half an hour 1 stood
before the mirror and I practiced
smiling. At first I had a hard
time twisting my mouth into a
smile. In spite of myself, the
muscles would sag. Then I saw-
that the muscles were actually
fighting against me. I kept on
trying, .-"-'1 at the end of half an
hour 1 succeeded in making a
pretty good imitation of a smile.
That exercise I coi.tinned several
days until I had overcome the
rigidity of those facial muscles
and learned lo control them. After
B   time   I   found   I   could
smile
began
smile.
resist
almost  at  will.    When   I
to   be  depressed   I   would
At the same lime I would
the depressing thoughts.    The
combination of the resisting and
the smiling would save me from
falling into depression."
ABOUT GLOVES
Worn at First Only by Ladies of
High Rank
It was not Until the fourteenth
century that women commenced
to wear gloves anil they were
then only worn by ladies of rank. | i'ub. septViii
Many will remember that Lady
Jane drey and Charles I. gave
to the faithful attendants with
them on Die scaffold the gloves
ihey would neve need again.
In Charles ll.'s reign fringed gloves
were fashionable, as were puffings
and pinkings, loops of ribbon,
(lowers, both artificial and real
and gussets of fine lace or embroidery.
The fashion of perfumed gloves
w;ts  introduced  by  Queen   Kliza-
Skeona Lund DUtrict���Dislrict of Queen Charlotto .
Islands
Tako notice that Austin M. Breiwn uf Princa
Rupert, occupation uuddler, intends to apply lo
tho Chief Coiniiilaaloner of Unds and Worka
for a liconcu to prospect for coul und ol) und potro-
laum on and umlur the following described lumls
on tho Wost Coust ot Gruimin Island:
CominoiK-ing ut a poHt plunud three mllos east
ot tho aouthwest corner nf C. L. No. 4477 thence
80 chains euat, thunce 60 chains north, thence 80
chnins weat, tlience 80 chuina south to point of
commencement
AUSTIN M. UROWN, Locator
Dato of Locution, 31at July 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skoono Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Quoen Charlotte i
lalands
Tako nolico thut Austin M. Brown of Prince
Kupert, occupution suddler, intends to upply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lunds and Wurlts for a
licence lo prospect (or coul, oil and pelroleum on and
under the following elescribed lands on the Wost I
Cuuat of Gruhum lalund*.
Commencing u! u {lost planted three miles east
ol the ueniihe-asl corner o IC. L. No. 4472 thenee
nortii 60 cliuins, thence oast 80 chains, thence south j
80 chains, tlience we-el 80 chains lo point of commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Ucator
Ucated August 1st, 1911.
Pub. Auk. 19.
Skeenu Lanel DUtrict-DUtrict ol Queen Charlotte
Tuke notice thul Ihirty duys Ireiiu dule. 1, C. E
Huinter ol Prince Hupert,  It. C, by occupation
Irr.irl.i.,.],, r, intend to apply to the Chiel Commissioner ut Units fur a licence to prempuct (or
coul uml petroleum on and under 610 acroa ot
lund on Gruhum Island described us follows:
Commencing ut a post planted llvo mlioa eaat
of Coul Lease No. 4-167, marked C. E. B. Coal
1...... No. 1. N. E. corner, thunce west 80 chaina,
thonco south 80 chains, thunce east 80 chainc,
thence north 80 cliaina to placo ot commoncomont.
1 mi. ,1 Sept. 11, 1911 C. E. UAINTER, Ucator
Pub. Sept 23.
Skeona Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Queun Charlotu
Tuke notice that thirty days from dau, 1, C. E
Uuinter ot I'rlnce Hupurt, B. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend tu apply to the Chief Com-
missioner of Unda [ur a licence to proapect for
coal ur.d i���-tr,il,-���ui uu and under 640 acres ot
land on Graham Island describod aa (ollows:
Commencing at a post planteel live miles east
ot Cuul Uaso No. 4167, marked C, E. II. N. W.
Corner Nu. 2. thunco aoulh 80 chains, thunce oast
80 chuins, thence nortii 80 chuins, thencu wuat
80 chums tu placu ut cutiimencemont.
DatedSept. Il, 1911. C. E. UAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und District���DUtricl of Queen Charlotu
Take noticu lhat ihirty days Irom date, I, C, E.
UainUr ot Princu Itupert, U, C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend lu apply lu iho Chiel Commissioner uf Unds tur a bcence to prospect (ur
coai and petroleum ou and under 640 acres of
land on Graham Island duscrlbed aa followa:
Commencing al a post planted live milus easl
ot Coal Lease No. 4476, marked C. E. U. S. W.
corner of Coul Uaso No. 3, thencu eaat 80 cbains,
thonce nortb 80 chains, thenee weal 80 chains,
thence south 60 chains u, place of commencement.
Dateel Sept. 11,1911. C. E. BAINTEK, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skoena Und DUlrict-DUtrict ot Quoon Charlotu
Take notice that Ihirty daya (rom date, 1, C. E.
Hainter o[ Prince Rupert, li. C, by occupatiun
bookkeeper, inund lo apply to tho Chief Commiasioner ���l Unda tor .. licence to proupecl lur
coal and petroleum un and undesr 640 acrea o(
land on Graham Island deacrlbi-d aa follows:
Commendng al a poal planted live miles easi
of Coal Loaae No. 4476, marked C, E. It. S. E
comer Coal Uaso No. 4, Ihence wesl 80 chains,
ibence north 80 chaina, Ibence oaat 80 chains,
thonce suuth-80 chains to place ul commencement.
Dated Sept. 11,1911. C. E. UAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und DUlrid���DUtrict ot Queen Charlotu
Taka noUco that thirty daya Irom dau, 1, C. E.
Bainur ot Prlnco Itupert, n. C, by occupaUon
bookkeeper, InUnd i��� apply lo lho Chiel Commiaaioner of Landa lor a licenc- to proapect for
coal and petruleum un and under 610 acrea of
land on Uraham Island described as follows:
Commencing at a poal planted two miles noire
ol stake marked C. E. B. Coal Uaae No. 4. marked
N. E. cemer C. E. B. Coal Leaaa Nu. 6, lhance
aouth 80 chaina, Ihonco weat 80 chaina, thence
nortb 80 chains, thence east 80 cbains to place ol
commencemenl.
Dated Sepl. 11,1911. C. E. UAINTER, UcatM
i'ub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und Diatrict���DUlrict of Queen Chralotta
Take noUce lhal thirty days trom dau, I, C E.
Bainter ot Prince Rupert, 11. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, inlend lo apply u lha Chiel Com*
missioner uf Lands [or a licence lo prospect tor
coal and petroleum on and under 640 ��*.-.**. ol
land on Graham Island deacrilied aa [ollowa:
Commendng al a poat planted two miles north
ol C, E. 11. Coal Lease No. 1, markod C. E. Uainter
N. W. cornar Coal Uaao No. 6, theitce aoulh bO
chains, thonce oast 80 chains, thenee north bO
chaina, tbence west 80 chains to place ot commencement.
DatedSept. 11,1911. C. E. BAINTEH ,1 .octor
Pub. Sept. 19
Skaena Und District���DUlrict ol Queen Charlotte
Take notice that ihirty days Irom daU, 1, C. E.
Bainur of Prince Rupert, B. C., by occupatiun
bttokkeeper, Inund lo apply lo tha Chief Com-
,���,- ���;.,,..r ol Unda [or a licnc io proepect lor
coal and petroleum oo and under 640 aerea ol
land on Graham Island doacribed as lollows:
Commendng al a peat planud two milso nortb
ol C. E. B. Cool Uaae No. 3, ateka 8. W. comer
Coal Uase No. 7, theoce north SO chaina, theoce
eaat 60 chains, thenoa aouth 80 chaina, tbence
weat 80 chains lo place of commenoameat.
Dated Sept. 11,1911. C. E. UAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23
Skeena Und DUtrlct���Diatrict ol Queen Charlotu
Tako nolice lhal thirty dava trom dale, 1, C. B.
Balnier of Prince Kupert, It. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, Inund irr apply lo the Chief Commissioner ol l-smla tor a licence to proapect tor
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acrea of
laud on Graham Island daacribed aa followa:
Commendng at a poat planled two mlie-e north
of C. E. B. Coal LeeM No. 4, marked S. E. corner
C. E. U. Coal Uase No. 8, thenoe north 80 chains,
Ihenee weat 80 chains, thenee eouth 80 cbaina,
thence east Bl) chains u place ol commencement
Dated Sepl. 11, 1911. C. E. UAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept.23
Skeena Und DUtrict���DUlrict ot Queen CharloUe
Take notice lhal thirty days from dau, 1, C. K.
Uainter ot Prince Rupert, ll. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, Inlend t<< apply to the Chief Commiasioner ol Unds for a licence te proapect for
coal and petroleum oo and under 640 actea of
land on Graham Island daeciibod aa (ollowa:
Commendng at a poat planted live milea aeat
o( Coal Uaso No. 4474, marked C. E. Ualnter's
N. E. comer Coal Leaae No. 9, thenco south 80
chains, thence west 80 chaina, theoee oorth SO
chains, thenca east SO chaina to place ol commencement.
Dated Sept. II, 1911.    C. E. UAINTER, Locator
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second aveiue and Third Btreet
Over Westenhaver Bros.' Offlce.
MUNRO  &   LA1LEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART &
ACCOUNTANTS
Law-Butler Building
I'rince Runert
STEWART
��� :- .trillions
Phone No. 280
P.O. Box 351
ALFRED CARSS,
of British Columbia
and Manitoba Hars.
CARSS tt
Barristers, Notaries
). V. BENNETT, B.A.
of B.C. Ontario, Saskatchewan and Albert* llara.
BENNETT
Etc
Office-Exrhenire block, corner Third avenue and
Sixth street. Prince Ruuert. 8
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., U. D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All denul operations skilfully treated.   Gaa and
local annslhetlcs administered for the painless estradiol, of teeth.      Consulution free.     Offices:
Helnersun Block. Pnnee Rupert. 11-12
Alei.M.Uanaon n .-. .     W.K.Willinitis.ii.a..l.i..ii
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 286
I'rince Rupert, B.C
P. O. BOX 23
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
Hill. Or WU.  ruins,   l-i.il.. A.R.a.H.,   I UN.. INQ
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE   AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Third Avenue also Water Street,
PRINCE RUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS A  SADDLERY  MANUFACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and I Ith Sts
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND Ave.
SMITH  & MALLETT
THIRD AVE.
Plumbing, Heating, SteamfHlingard
Sheet Metal Work
Office: 5rd Ave.
Phone 174
Workshop:
2nd Ave. bet. 7th and 6th Su.
Skaena Und DUtrlct -DUlrict of Queen CharlcKU
Tako notice that thirty days Irom dau, 1, C. K.
Ilainler of Prince Hupert, U. t ., by occupation
bookkeeper, intnd to apply lo the Chiel Commissioner of lm,-,a tor a licence to proapect for
coal and petroleum un and under 640 acrea ol
land on Graham Island described aa foUowa:
Commencing at a poat planted one mile north
of C. E. II. Coal Leaaa No. '.', marked N. W.
comer C. E. II. No. 10, Ihence aoulh SO chains,
thence west 60 ehalna, thence north 80 chaina,
thenee easl 80 chains to place of commencement.
DatedSept. 11, 1911. C. E. BAINTEH, Locator
Pub. S-ept. 23.
PIANOFORTE LESSONS
For Beginners and Advanced Pupils
Miss Vera Greenwood
Pupil of Irani Wllciek. Parts and Berlin.
Room 28.  Alder Block Upstairs
E.
EBY   <&   Co.e
REAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM ��� PC.
S. O. E. B. S.
The Prince Rupert I..I.*.*. No. SIS. Sona of
England, meru the drat and thlnl Tueedare In
-ecli month In lhe Sons of England Hall. 819 2nd
Ave. at S |,.i���.
F. V. CLARK. Sec..
  P. O. Ilos 812. Prince Kupert
ERNEST A. WOODS. President lloa 2S
MISS ELSIE  FROUD
A.L.C.M.
Teacher of Piano, Violin ami
Voice Culture.
Skeena Uml DUlrid-DUtrict of Queen Charlotu
Take nolice that thirty daya fronm dau, 1, C. E.
Ilainler of I'rince Runert, U. C, occupaUon book,
keeper, Inlend to apply lo the Chief Commiasioner
of Unds tor a lloenoe to prospect for coal and
petroleum on  and under 640  aerm ol  land  on
2nd Ave,
Between Tth & Hth Sta.
Prince Rupert
bell),   W'llO   received   a   present   of I ITraham Island described aa follows:
.,..--1,   trlftVAa   fri.tn    ll-ils.   �����..-!   tsanre.       Commencing at a poat planteel two miles north
Slltll   glOVeS   trom    It.lly    Uia   Wore   ���(c. *.;. II. Coal UaseNoS, marked N. E. corner
them   in   spite  of   the   fact   that a__A,___r'___'*B S*L__.���� ***** ***? fi
,      , ,   chains, thenoe wesl 80 chains, thenee north  80
poisoned   gloves  Were   not   lintlSUal | chains,  thonce east 80 chaina U place of coin-
presenta made to notable person- R8r3ttu,iw_   c. e. uainter,ucaior
Stuffed Cabbage Head
I'll 11 off about half a dozen of
the outer leaves of a medium sized
cabbage and put aside. Chop
half of the head of cabbage and
mixed with two slices of bread
which has been soaked in water
and squeezed out, one onion chopped, one-half pound pork sausagi*
meat, one egg, salt and pepper,
Put cloth in deep kettle, lay the
outer leaves in tlolli, and fill with
above mixture. Tie cloth and hoi I
one and one-half hours in saltetl
waler. This has the appearance
of a boiled cabbage and is appetizing.
ages.    A  present  of  gloves  from
Catherine de Medids is said to
have   caused   the   death   of   the
Dowager Queen of Navarre.   Old
books  of  recipes  Usually
instructions for perfuming gloves
Pub. Sept.
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director and  Embalmer
CHARGES REASONABLE
THIRD   AVENUE      PHONE   356.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
BIG SWINDLE
IN CAR TICKETS
Winnipeg Man ia Said to Have
Operated in All the Big Western Cities.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Winnipeg,  Oct.  23.���With   the
arrival today of evidence collected
by the Scotland Yard police, it is
clear the polite hrrc have unearthed a gigantic swindle in Street
car tickets.
Charles Warren, a former street
car  Conductor,   is   to   stand   trial
Skeena Und Dlslrirt���DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Take notico that thirly days trom daU, I, C. E.
Uainter of Prince Rupert, II. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, InUnd to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Und for a licence to prospect lor
COUlalll jeoal and petridcum on anil under 640 acres ol
land on Graham Island deacrihed aa follows:
Commencing at a poet planted two miles north |
ol C. E. [I. foai Lease No. 7, marked C. B, ll '
Coel Uase No. 12. thenee south 80 chains, thenee
east  80 chains,  Irtence  north  80  chsins,  thenee
west 60 chaina to place ol commencement.
Dated Sept. II, UIL    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Puh. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und DUtrlct -DUlrid ol Queen Charlotu
Take nolice lhal ihirty days Irom date, I, C. E.
Balnier of I'rlnce Hupert, II. f., by oceupatlon
bookkeeper, Inund to apply lo the Chief Commissioner of Unds for a tlcenee to prospect to:
coal anel petroleum on and under 610 acree ol
lanel on Graham lslsnd dnseritted as follows:
Commendng at a post plantad two mil,-, north !
of C. E. II. Cosl Uase No. 7, marked S. W. eorner:
C. E. II. Ceisl I... ������ No. 1.1, thence norlh 801
chslns, Ihence essl 80 chains, thence soulh HO -
chains, thence west 80 chaina lo place ol com-1
mencement.
Dated Sepl. 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Ucator
Pub. Sept. 28.
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS ani. EMRALMERS
Funeral   Directors
3rd Ave. near Dth St. Phone No. SS
..Grand Hotel..
Worklngman's Home
Free Labor Burets in Connection
Phone 178 1st Ave. and 7th St,
GEO. BRODERIUS. Proprietor
Skeena Unel DUtrlct -District of Queen Charlotu
Take notice that thirly elays Irom elate, t, C. B,
Ilainler eit I'rlnce ituperl, II. C, by occupation
bookkeeper. Iniond to apply to tho Chlet Commissioner eif Units tor a licence lu prospect tor r
coal and petroleum on and under 640 actea ot 1
j Innd on Graham Island described aa (ollows*.
Commencing at a post planted two miles north
for ti next week.    The opwllM !3_%_WM II Periodical. II Newspapers
Were   said   lo   extend   to   all   ihe   , ���������"��� a*** *"*** m <*ains, thrnce aouth so i
...    ,  , .ii,     ���/-      "���"������n��, thenco last 80 chains to place ol com-   _._, . _���
western cities clear to the Pacific mencement. CIGAHS
Hated Sept. 11,1911.    c. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23. 1
Utile's NEWS Agency
coast.
II TOBACCOS  ::
G.T.P. WHARF
FRUITS THE DAILY NEWS
SAILORS REFUSE
TO GO TO SEA
(Continued from page one)
as  she  stands.    She   is   certified
to carry deck cargo considerably
greater than that on board, as
her stanchions for boanl compartments to hold lish show. Her
steering gear has been tested and
works all right. She is battened
down sufficiently her bunker hatches screwing into place, and her
forward hatch being boarded and
fitted with ;i tarpaulin under the
coal. 1 intend to put to sea for
Pacoh as siniii as 1 can gel a crew."
THE EDITOR S MAILBAG
"GEORGE" LAYS
OFF FIRST
Captain Nicholson Says the
G. T. P. Fliers Will Go to Victoria to be Fitted with Oil-
burners.
Fair Play���Your letter has been
It has been definitely announced
now by Captain Nicholson that
the first of the Grand Trunk
fast steamships to lay off for the
winter season will be the Prince
George. She will go into dock at
Victoria after the first of November to have a thorough overhauling and to be converted from
B coal to an oil fuel steamer.
This change will be made at
Victoria not across the line, "contrary," as Captain Nicholson said
with a smile, "to the idea of the
..-*....~ I, ^i, a��sa^a|
&
"The News" Classified Ads.
One Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
-THEY   WILL   REPAY   A   CAREFUL   LOOKING   OVER-
\m
handed  lo
the authorities of the Victoria press which declared that
church referred to.   It is scarcely
a matter for the public press.
Inquirer���It    is   not   a    fraud
unless    the    representations    are
because   I   happened  to  be  an
American I should have the work
done in the Suites."
"After the George has had her
alterations  and  overhauling  the
Phone 150
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Marine
Accident
Plate liliiss
Kmployer's Liability
Contractors' und Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared While You Wait.
THE
Mack Realty & Insurance
COMPANY.
P.S.- Houses and Rentals.
L
For Rent
2
Furnished rooms with bath     Si���*,.'iii! rutea by
the week.   Talbot Houae. l-v.-tf
Neatly Furnished rooma, gentlemen preferred.-
Apply Mrs. Mullin. over Majestic Theatre.     tf
Nice Furnished Rooma, Mrs. Or.
Hlock* Third Ave.
>nwood. Alder
178- tf
For Rent-Furnlthed rooms. Hoi and cold water
with bath. Ditiby Rooms, tith Ave. and Fulton
Street. tf
For Rent-Sons of England Hall, US 2nd!Ave.. for
Dances. Fraternal Societies. Sxcuils, etc. Apply
Frank A Kills. Box Sell) or phone '���->. lKti-tf
fraudulent.   Whether it is a good Rupert will have her turn, and"
or a bad piece of business for you when completed in this way these|
to have anything  to do with, i
another matter.    Study the con-
be binding if they conflicted with
the terms of the contract.
BOUNDARY SURVEY
Work of Running Line North
Reaches Within Five Miles of
Arctic Circle.
Notice
J.  L).  Craig, in charge of the
International boundary survey party running the line between .Alaska
and Canada, who has arrived hen
fruiii the scene of operations this
summer on the Porcupine river,
said:   "The line was carried practically to the shores of the Arctic
Ocean, and the other dpcariments
of work were advanced so far that
no trouble is anticipated in completing   the   Yukon-Arctic   Ocean
section   next   season.     Contrary
to expectations, timber and horse
food   were   found   in   practically
all the valleys to within five miles
of  the Arctic circle.    The  stock
came through the season in splendid
condition."
Our patrons will pleaae note that all accounts
FRED PETERSON.
two  boats  will   be   amongst  thc
fastest on  the Pacific Coast.    As
, ,        . - ,    . . V.U.   1- ' .IS  .rr.rir,.-    uuw,    V,,..    Mil    ,,, ,r H,,, I ���
trie*!   Iie-feirt'   villi   siirn   it        If   VOU   regards   tlll'ir   OOtnlOrt   nothing   IS   against the individuals of the tlrm. tho Pony Extra 1.1   Dtiorc   TOU   Ngn   it.      II   . ��� , , , �����.       pre... will be kept separate from thoae of the
do not clearly understand it en- l" "*  sparea to maice uiem  tne  company, dating from the ist of October. isii.
gage a lawyer to look into it.   The most attractive to passengers trav- _ * -..__
verbal  representations would not elhng these coasts.    We mean to' j. rootjes. '
'   have the Prince Rupert passenger * * ���"
traffic over all  competitors,  and
nothing is to be spared in efficiency
of boats or comfort of passenger
senice to secure this.
"ll is planned that the Prince
John  shall  take weekly runs to
Stewart,  and  runs on  alternate
weeks to Masset,  .\aden  Harbor
and Skidegate."
RUPERT CASES
AT VANCOUVER
HAPPY COUPLE
Information on the Chinese
Cases and Homer Woods Case
Case by Chief Vickers Just
Returned.
Chief Yickers who returned from
r
For Sale
2
30-30 Savuge Rifle, mod as new.   P. 0. Box 264.
���MU
For Sale���Chicken Ranch. 1 Storey house, household goods. Near Prinoe ItupcrL A anap if
Uken at once.   Address Box IHS. tf
S2000 takoe excellent view l���t with substantia! .-
roomed eottaire. lot 5, block 1. section 5. Borden
St.   Enquire on premises ,,r P.O. Box 8.
238-24.
**J**+am**r**
Insurance
OUR Companies are noted for prompt and juat
aottlcmcnu. We write every known claai of
Insurance. The Mack Realty and Insurance Ca
n ******  *M***tM ***m**m**im>*��   **********  *mm9***mt*t **mA I ****** ***.***%
Wanted j
I     >   II    *S   II   t,    II   ��   II   ^    IS ���*   H   �����    H    ��   II   ��   II    *     W***m**M
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Unwin Re- V;incouyic,r   hy   lh_   Ci*"*0SUI��   *��M' ���������><   a,-. m ���..*,,..,
' the small hours on Samrdav morn
turn From Their Honeymoon
on Saturday. ' '
By the Prince George on Satur
elay there arrived a very popular
that case of procuring against Mah Hung fell
through owing to lack of evidence
sufficient to convict.    Mali Hung
tl.i*.    lllftt*   .-iii.tii   .1   \ t*i >    iiuiiti un ���    * * .,. # ,. *���;
voung  married  couple,  Mr.'and   V     '"T' ����'�����>��� of ��ra-''-I ******
Sirs. J. E. Unwin, fresh from their; ^ri���m,W|,,"n' ^ Um' ,,f pr��-
ring.
Iu    the
ITALY MEETS A
BAD CHECK
Reported at Berlin That Italian
Soldiers Have Been Repulsed
at Tripoli.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Berlin, Oct. 23.���It is reported
here that the Italian forces have
met with a serious check outside
Tripoli. Fighting took place outside the city in which the Italians
suffered heavy losses.
honevmoon    trip   to   Vancouver.
Victoria and St*a���le.    Mr. Cwin [, r '   . ne.   M,",m'r���  U"��.,l,s    rast>
is a well  known old  timer here,| J���-U*    I,   '\ '   U���\T*T
j i ���   i  ���,    ��� r d        .���   assizes lie prosccu or, A rx Mat h-
and his hridt* is one of Rupert ���- ��� , -.   ,, , .,
*     *^ ,    , eson, failed to upix-ar and the case-
ever increasing group of popular '-__���'. ���_..���.'������   , ,- *. ,      ��� i
,       �����    i   i        ��� ���  r 1,    /remains hung up   iu c inite v Willi
g.i..-.    Much happiness is wishedi���   .,, ..,, -,-.,.  '.,   .   ...    ,'      '
f -i        ii*i a   probab   ty   thai   Whims   wi
bride and bridegroom. .,���',     .,���, i _ 11    i*       -.i
not be held answerable for either
the attempted suicide or the alleged attempted murder, The
latter charge was. in fact, dropped.
ANOTHER ELECTROCUTED
Another Vancouver Man Meets
Sudden Death from Electric
Wires.
IT   RAINS  AGAIN
GIANTS   VS.   PHILLIES
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver,   Oct.   21.���William
Gooding,   a   lineman   employecdl
by the B. C. Electric Railway, was ...
electrocuted  todav while making l"\2���',..    x    '.   '        PtC''
" tonight at the Audiiorium.    Two
Live Ball Game Tonight    Regular World's Championship
A live revival of the enthusiasm
repairs  to  the wires at
barns.
the car
Philadelphia Seems to be Worse
Than Vancouver World's
Match Has to Wait.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Philadelphia, Oct. 23.���Rain has
again  interfered with the world's
baseball   series.     There   is   little
prospect of a match again today.
Philadelphia, (Later���Rain has
again caused the postponement of
the baseball championship game.
THE HOSPITAL DANCE
Don't Forget the Event of the
Season���it's on Friday Night
Don't forget the Hospital Ball
which is to take place in the
Mclntyre Hall on Friday evening.
October 29th. The Ladies' Committee have gone to more than
usual trouble to make it a success.
Tickets can be had from any
member of the committee. .rii
HIGH JINKS   ENJOYED
Kaien Island Club Had Good
Time Saturday Night
In the Kaien Island Club on
Saturday night "High Jinks" proved a thoroughly successful and
most popular devent. The boys
turned out in full force and hugely
enjoyed themselves. The management had arranged affairs under
direction of Mr. J. Roerig for a
song   and   musical   programme
wbich was carried OUt with splendid
swing, and the entertainment took
the form of a regular "free and
easy" group of friends forming
circles   here   and    there   in    the
thronged gymnasium and enjoying
themselves to the limit.
The gymnasium was brightly
decorated���a feature being lhe
huge colored programme upon the
wall.   This programme contained
some inlerstiiig names of performers, but was itself a huge
joke. Some of those whose names
stared them in the face as contributors of song nr speech bad
the surprise of tlH*ir lives on
entering the hall. A liberal refreshment service ensured the com
GETS VACANT JUDGSHIP
J. M. McDougall, of Hull, is Apr
pointed  to  the  Supreme
Court.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, Oct. 23.���The Government today apjxiinted J. M. McDougall, of Hull,  to fill  the va-
teams composed of pick-xl men
from thc teams of the league and
named thc Giants and Phillies
will meet tonight to settle the
world's championship as far as
they are concerned in Prince Rupert. Since rain has interfered
so much with the settling of this
great event in the Eaat it has been
decided (so they say) to hold the
contest in Prince Rupert "where
it never���well, hardly ever���rains"
A live hunch of the red-bloods
m!2',v\^\STvC'nHC'<,,!r,,1rCl} of Pri"cc RuPm tti" attend the
made   vacant   hy   the   death   of ��� h
Justice Champagne.
An Honest Finder
Mr. P. J. Farrell came into the
News office on Saturday afternoon
wiih a check he had picked up
on the street. It proved to
be a boy's wage check, and 'he
News managed to locate the loser
without recourse to a Lost and
Found ad.
SLOAN SUIT CLUB
Saturday Night's Winners
Club   12-Julius Levy.
13���Fred Reworth.
"      14���W. L. Barker.
"      15���H. Hamblin.
"      16���R. A. Stalker.
17���W. Hayner.
William   Godson,   of   the   Pro-
School Board to Meet
A meeting of the School Board vincial   Police  Force,  arrived  on
will  he  held  on   Friday next at: Saturday  from  Vancouver where
3.3(1 p.m. in the police court room, he has been a wimess in provincial
~~~ " ; criminal cases.
Mr. J. M. Alexander is registered i	
;is a guest at the Premier Hotel.
He records his home address as
l-.cclefecli.iii���being careful to include also Scotland in brackets.
Mr. and Mrs. English went
soulh to day by the Prince George.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Cuthbert went
below this morning by the George.
A. Fortier was a passenger by
the Prince George for Vancouver
today.
Miss Sawle was amongst the
passengers by the Prince George
south this morning.
H. S. Clements, M, P., and Mr.
Sproule, his secretary, booked for
Vancouver by the George today.
Sixty first class and as many
deck passengers went below by
the George this morning.
MUSICIANS FEDERATION
Wanted���A good amart boy for provision store.
Apply at once Ideal Provl don House.        23fi-tf
Wanted Nurslnjr. Obatcclrlca a specialty.
Residence K�� Third Ave.    i'hone 243 Red. tf
Wanted. ��� Cleaning and pressing, alterations
and repairing for men and women. Dressmaking
called for and delivered, Mrs Charles Percher,
820 Third Ave.   Phone 294 Red. tf
Wanted girl for general housework. Small family. Apply to Mrs. N. F. Helmer. 6th Ave. and
McBride SL   Telephone 257. 240-242
Wanted���All kinds of embroidery worked at mo*
derate prices. Send your own pieces and have
them worked. Mrs. W. E. Wllliscroft, Big Bay
P.O. 233-240
Wanted���Two young men to board and room In
private boarding house. (30 a month. Apply
at box S��� Dally Newa. 241-tf
Scotch lady would like situation as housekeeper
or any position of trust. Thoroughly capable.
Apply box !>.. Dally News. 241-244
Lost and Found
KOUND- 2 Small Keya.   imiulreat News Odlce.
224-tf
Lost-Lad lee' wateh In bracelet. Reward bv returning to Newa > ili.e. tf
Exchanged by mistake-" Currie" Waterproof
Coal for ono exactly similar but with plumb
bob in the r --Vat He-exchan-re can be afTect-
ed at Newa Olllce.
I
Real Estate
���ee**-��.e4>
Will buy lota 'n Prince Rupert at bargain prices
for cash. Apply P.O. Box 860 slating location,
price, etc. 231-tf
t
Business Chances
. I ���***������-�� I r***^ �������������������������������������� I I-^11      **'aa*m*mm*tm*^****M
GENERAL STOREKEEPER WANTED
he moment is opportune and the future assured
Miinty cash, but if with capital to carry settlers
till Spring In some cases, almcst a monopoly of
a large tributary territory can be aecured. Best
corner lot S1G0 to build, or store would be erected and rented. Post ofllce will be secured. Address Immediately P.O. Box 2, Prince Rupert.
241-247
LINDSAY'S
CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Agents
Ordera promptly filled.   Pricea reasonable.
OFFICE-U. B. Rochentesr. Centre SL    Phone ��
PONY EXPRESS
BVSTEMATIC MRRCHANT*'  111*1.1VKRY BKRVICt
For
Ha-riraire. Storage and  Forwarding Agents.
Klgs or Motor Car day or night
Seventh Ave. and Fulton
Phone 301
Prince Rupert Now Has Organised Branch Established
by Charter.
The official charter of the Prince
Rupert Branch of the Musicians'
Federation of Labor was received
on Saturday by F. Stephens, secretary, and the federation branch
will now take active life in the
city. The number of musicians
in Prince Rupert is on the increase,
and as there is a great demand
for their services, the necessity
for the establishment of the union
on a firm basis became apparent,
and steps were taken to have
the charter prepared at headquarters, and forwarded.
J. M. Christie, of the Bank of
Commerce, was B passenger by
the Prince George Saturday.
Miss Unwin, of the City Hall
Staff, has left for her holiday.
She travelled south this morning
by the George.
The office of C. H. Handasyde,
Jr., manufacturer's asrent, will
be closed until Nov. 1st, while
Mr. Handasyde is south on business.
Repentant One Pays
One repentant convivialist whose
name the News prefers considerately to forget paid a fine of 87
and costs this morning.
\V. Slbbald, Bt) important man
pie te satisfaction of the assembly with the Prince Rupert carpenters,
and the fun did not .ease until arrived by the.Georft on Saturday I d_y"{7SnT tm "tofaZhmn^vlto
from a trip below. | an increase of five cents an hour.
Carpenters at Prince Albert,
Sask., have Organised and started
ofT with B reduction of the wotkd
midnight.
NOTICE
On and after October 27th 1 will again ihavc
charge of the Shoe Repairing Shop on Second
avenue between Seventh and Eighth streets,
occupied for some time by Ludwic Strubic. 1
will be pleased to see all my old customers and
friends, or any new ones that feell like giving
my work a trial.
1 will aa In the past three and a half years I
have been In buaineaa in Prince Rupert, try to
give satisfaction.
Nothing but the best materials wilt be used and
reasonable prices charged.
JOHN CURRJE i-i
NOTICE
Auction   Sale
NOTICE Is hereby given that James Haggerly,
has retaken possession of Lot Seventeen (17),
lilock Twenty-lour (24). Section One (1), Townsite
nf I'rince Rupert, under and by virtue of powers
contained In lease from him to James Donahue,
Arthur Murray and John Armstrong.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that the
said Jamea Haggerty will sell by public aucllon
the buildings erected by the Leasees upon the
said premises, said sale (o be held at Prince Rupert,
M ( ., on the first day of November, A. D��� 1011,
et three o'clock In Ihe afternoon upon the aforesaid
premises,
lot JAMES  HAOOERTV.
-��� -���*
FRED. STORK
-General Hardware-
Builders'  Hardware
Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves
Granitcware       Tinware
SECOND -  AVENUE
Do at ay with this.    Patronize a white
.aundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
FEED STORE
We carry everything In the feed tine, also garden seeds at the lowest market prices, At Collart's
olg Feed Storo. Market Place
PONY EXPRESS
Prompt Delivery
Phones 41 or 301
LOTS FOR SALE
One lot, Block 5, Section 1, Beach
Place. Price $2100, $1000 cash
balance 0-12 months.
One lot, Block 17, Section 1,
First Avenue. Price $2500,
$1000 cash, balance G, 12, and
18 months.
Two lots, Block 29, Section 1,
Park Avenue. Price S5000, one-
fourth cash, balance 6-12-18
months.
One lot, Block 20, Section 5, fine
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 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 $2625.
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 16, Scclion 8,
Tenth Avenue. Price $250 each,
one-third cash, balance 3-6
months.
FOR LEASE
75 x  100 feet on 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.
...FORRENT...
6-room  House on  8th Ave., section 6.
Partly furnished, $22 a month
...FORSALE...
Lots 8 and  9,  block  34, sec. 8, $600.
Easy cash and terms
Lot 19, block 26, sec. 5.    Easy  terms.
Lot 22, block 24, sec. 6, $800.
Lot 17, block 49, sec. 7, $350.   $50 oash
and $25 per month.
Cdmforter
The snow is crawling down the mountains to remind us
of cold winter. We have opened Ave bales of comfort-
ers and have put them on sale at the low price of $1.2',
and $2.00. We also have them from $1 to the $1G Elder-
down, 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 LoungM and
Rattan Goods; Chiffoniers, Dressers and all kinds of Cast* (iooils
Iron  and  Brass  Beds,   Baby Buggies.
Linoleum8 at all prices. Twenty-five patterns to choose from.
Carpets, Rugs, Portiers, Tapestry and Lacu Curtains
and all  kinds of Curtain Materials.
For   the    Stoves,   Hotel  White, Granite and Vitrified Waro, Tea-
V*  U P0*8'    Beanpots,    Buttorcrocks,   Jugs,    Filters  ami a
IVltCnen    complete line of Enamel  Ware.
Dining Room    Furniture of all  kinds.     Cutlery,   French and
English China in sets or by  thc  piece.
Miscellan- Bedding, Blankets, Comforts, the famous Oslermoor
,-,       , Meiiress, Framed Mirrors and Mirrorplate for fram-
eous -UOOdS ing, 36x48 down; Jardiniere, Vasea, Bar Glum ,,f
every description, Lamps,   Lamp  Chimneys,   Baskets  of  ull   ku..i-.
F. W. HART
2nd Ave. and 6th St.
Phone 62
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The Graham Island Oil Fields, Limited j
CAPITAL STOCK $1,000,000 1
We are   offering  for sale  a very   limited J
amount of shares of stock at 25c  per share; I
par value $1.00.    These shares are going
quickly and will soon be off the market    :   :
THE MACK REALTY & INSURANCE COMPANY
SELLING AGENTS
A ship load consigned by H. Williams
of Vancouver, to be sold on commission
$6.50 to $7.00
..Little's N.��. Sl.nd..
A. C. LITTLE
. Ce.tr. Slr..l
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Fire, Life, Accident and Liability Insurance
JOHN DYBHAVN
Pattullo Block.
I  Pf-^-r-w*******-,*-
BOYS!
START IN BUSINESS
Sell the Daily News.
It's the easiest and quickest way of earning money
of your own.     Apply at
THE      NEWS      OFFICE
i ir^��>-^ir*��^i|-fcl||-^ti ���
Skoena Land Diatrict���District of Cowt IUnge 5
Take notice that I, Gordon C. Emmeraon of
Prince Rupert, B. C., occupation real mUU
broker, Inlend to apply for permiaalon to purchase the [ollowing deaciibed lands:
Commencing at a post planted about 2 3*4
milt-i In a northerly direction from the northeast
comer post of Lot 1389, Range 5, Court Diatrict,
thence north 40 chains, thence weat lo river
bank, thence south following river bank to point
of commencement; conulnlng 160 acres, more or
leas.
Dsted Sept. 9, l.'ll.   GORDON C. EMMERSON
Pub. Oct. 14.
Skeena Land District���District of Coaat Rang* V
Taka notioa that I, Banjamln A. Fish of Towner,
N.   !>.,   occupation   merchant,   Inund   to   apply
for permlasion to purchase tha following deacribed
Commencing at a P��*t planted on the esst
boundary and about five chaina from the aoutheaat corner of Lot 44S4, thenoe north 60 chains,
thence east 30 chains, thenoe south 60 chains,
thence west 30 chains to point of commencement
Dated June 24, 191L BENJAMIN A. FISH
Pub. July 26. Fred E. CoweU, Agent
Skeena Land Diatrict���District of Coast Range 6
Take noUce that Miriam Roy McTaviah of
Winnipeg, Man., occupation barrhtcr, InUnds
to apply for permiasion to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a po��t planted at the aouthweat
corner 40 chains east and 40 chains north from
N. E. corner of Lot 1116, Harvey's Survey Cout
District Range 6, tbence 60 chains east, thence
60 chains north, thence 60 chains west, thence 60
chains south to post of commencement containing
3f>0 acres more or lesa.
DatedSept. 18, 1911 HIRIAM ROY McTAVlSH
Pub. Sept. 23. Fred W. Bohler. Agent
Skeena Land DUtrict��� DMrict of Cout Range b
Take notice that Lottie McTaviah of Vancouver,
occupation married woman, InUnds to apply
for permission to purchaae the following described
landa:
Commencing at a post planted at the northwest corner 100 chaina eut and 20 chains north
from N. E. corner of I/)t 1116, Harvey's Survey
Cout Diatrict Range 6, thence 20 chaina south,
thence 80 chaina eut, thence 80 chaina north,
thence 40 chains west, thence 60 chaina aouth,
thence 40 chains west to poat of commencement
dnntsfning 400 acres more or less.
DsUd Sept. 18,1911. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
Pub. Sept. 23 Fred W. Bohler. Agent
Skeena Land District���DistrI-?t of Coan Rsnge fi
Take notice that LcRoy F. Grant of Prince
Ruprrt, B. C, occupation civil englneei. Intends
to apply for permission to purchaae the following
di*cribed landa:
Commencing at a nest planted about 3 1-2 miles
in a northerly dlrecllon from the northeast eorner
p_*t of Lot 13811, IUnge f>, Coa^t District, thence
east 30 chains, thence north 60 chslni, thence
west lo bank of river, thence south following
bank of river to point of commencement: containing 160 acree, more or lees.
Dated Sept. 9, 1911. LEROY   F.   GRANT
Pub. Oct. 14, Gordon C. Emmerson, Agent
Skeena Land District���District of Coa<t Range 6
Take notico that I, Christopher James Graham
of Prince Rup rt, B. C, occupation locomotive
engineer, Intend to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the southwest corner of Lot No. 17^8 vicinity of Lake
Lnkelso and marked Christopher J. Grshsm
N. E, Corner, thence wost 40 chains, thence aouth
80 chains, thence eut 40 chains, thence north 80
chains to post of commencement; contsining
320 acies, more nr len.
CHRISTOPHER JAS,  GRAHAM,  Locator
Dated Sent. 22. 1911. ll.fil A.M.-Witnmed T. D
Laird.
Pub. Sept. 80.
COAL   NOTICE
Sk-tna Land District-District of Quern ��>.arls(l
Islsnds
Take notice that Austin M. Brown d i -<���
Rupart, uddler. Intends to apply to the < *****
Commiaaioner of Landa and Worka for f I****
to proapect for coal, oil and petroleum oa 1*4
under the following deacribed lands on the "**
Coast of Graham Island:
Commendng at a post planted three ��������� *****
of tha northeast corner of C. 1* No. ti' ' '**'r*
aouth SO chains, thencs SO chaina w����t. xU-r**** w
chaina north, tbence 80 cbaina east to p"8t *
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWS. l*caW
Located August 1st 1911.
Puh. Aug. 19.
Skaana Land District���Diatrict of Queen fhaiWU
Islands
Taka notioa tbat Auatin M. Brown �����' I nt��
Rupert,   B.   (',   occupation   uddler.  >' '"'*
apply to the Chief Commissioner of La- ' *';
Worka for a licence to prospect for coil. a& aaa
petroleum on and under the followine " '���**'���
landa on tbe West Cout of Graham War .
Commendng at a poat planted thn-1 ���
of tha northeaat cornar of C. I- No. 44**
80 chaina aoulh, thenoa 80 chains m*i. '
chains north, thenoe 80 chains waat to y ��� ** *
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Local*
DaU of Location 31st July, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skaana Land Dislrict���District of Queen -PsrteHt
Islands
Tako notice that Auatin M- Brown el 11
Rupert, occupation uddler, Intends to ai.     '**
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and ***** ���'*
a licence to proapect for coal, oil and petm,--   ; '*
and under the following described land* rr. le*
Weet Cout of Graham Island:
Commendng at a poat planted three �������� ���
of the northeut corner of C. L. No. **H*f ���
80 chaina west, tbence 80 chaina north. II
chaina east, thenca 80 cbains aouth U po
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN. I-""'**
Located August 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skoena Land District���District of Queen Char>'*<
Islsnds �����____���
Take notice tbat Austin M. Brown of I [�����
Rupert, occupallon uddler, intends to *\*i>. '
the Chief Commlaaioner of Landa and Wow * ' ���
licence to prospect for eoal, oil and petrel-"
and under the follownig deacribed landt "n *m
Weet Coast of Graham Island: .
Commencing at a post planted three Wit* ���
of the eoutheMt corner of C. L. No, 4tve i
north  80 chains, thenca east  80 chains. tir'r
aouth 80 chaina, thenoa weat 80 chains to poi I "
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Isocated August 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19. __
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