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Array THE  WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending5 a.m.,
Aug. 31
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VOL. II,  NO. 199
Prince Rupert, B.C., Friday, September 1, 1911.
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UNDIMINISHED MAJORITY
FOR LAURIER PREDICTED
Resume of Conditions Throughout the Dominion Moat
Encouraging���Popular Reciprocity Gains Confidently Expected Everywhere -Liberals Will
Make Gains in Ontario
Ottawa, Aug. 31.���All reports
received hero since the campaign
opened confirm the prediction of
the return of thc governmeni
by nn undiminished majority us
absolutely assured. Sir Wilfrid
Lauder's reception in Quebec during the past week and reports
I'r. nn all sections uf the province
allay any fears of serious Na*
tionalist advance in that province.
Liberals will win at least two or
iliree seats now held by the opposition.
Iu Nova Scotia not a single
Liberal seat is in danger and
Conservatives are sure to lose
Bigby with chances of Gordon
and Crosby being lost.
In   New   Brunswick,   Pugsley,
who was here, confidently asserts
that the Liberals will win all but
one seat.
In I'rince Edward Island, on
most reliable Information reciprocity is so popular that every
scat will go Liberal.
In Ontario, the best the Conservatives hope for is a net gain
..I' ten seat's. On tin* other hand,
Hon. Geo. Graham, who hits been
in close touch with every constituency, declares the Liberals
will divide tin- province equally.
In the prairie provinces, r.O
reliable npon indicates that a
single Liberal seal is in danger,
with tlu* possible exception of
White in Victoria.   Liberals will
gain tit least one seat in Manitoba
and one in Alberta, namely, Dauphin and Macleod.
Even if British Columbia does
no better than last time the
Liberal majority of last session is
therefore   assured.
MADE A DRAW
Nanaimo and Ladysmith Team
Played the Coronthians
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Nanaimo, Sept. 1.���Thc Corinthian football team of England
played a combined team from
Nanaimo and Ladysmith. The
match resulted in a draw of two
goals each, the Corinthians equalizing a few minutes before thc
expiration of time.
Weather is Bad
The wireless reports this morning
tell of rainy, foggy, or overcast
weather all down the coast except
at Point Grey and Cape Lazo.
The Prince George pasted the latter
place at 9.30 a.m.
Business Dropping Off
The very day following Chief
Vickers return there were no cases
of dee-dee on the police court
docket and this morning there
were only two���very commonplace, no incidents. Eugene Postal! tano, and James Ferguson were
awarded S.r> and costs each or ten
days.
CANADIAN TEAM WINS
Beat for British Teams in the
Artillery Contests
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London, Sept. 1.- The artillery
contests at Freshwater UK- of
Wight, yesterday resulted in a
handsome victory for the Canadian
i.-.un commanded by Captain Harris of Victoria, B. C. In addition
io the Canadian garrison five other
companies entered, including 1 st
's.isstx, North Scottish, East Riding, I lorscrlshires and a team from
Glamorgan, Wales.
If you want money apply P. O.
Box 953. ��� tf
LAURIERS TRIUMPH
Secures Great Ovation in Nova
Scotia���Bourasta Has to Quit
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, Sept. 1���Sir Wilfrid
Laurier spoke at New Glasgow, N.
S., last night and was accorded a
great ovation. He defended reciprocity and the navy bill.
Henri Bourassa has cancelled
all engagements owing to throat
trouble.
By the Prunce John this morning a young surveyor Mr. E.
Nairne of Messrs. Brownlee and
Nash's party now busy at Masset,
was brought in to the hospital sick.
He had been ill for aboul ten days.
MR.  BORDEN  NAILS HIS COLORS
MR. DUNCAN ROSS TO ARRIVE TOMORROW
A wireless was received in town today to say that Duncan
Ross is on board the Prince George, and will arrive in Prince
Rupert tomorrow morning, fresh from his triumph over Mr. H. S.
Clements at Cumberland.
At night a great public meeting will be held in the Mclntyre
Hall at which Mr. Ross will speak.
Mr. Ross will remain in the district for the official nomination on Thursday next, visiting Port Essington on Tuesday night.
HAD HEARD OF RUPERT
AWAYJNJ-AR OFF ROME
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stork, After Their Trip Over Europe
Have Interesting Story to Tell of What They
Saw on Their Travels
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stork had
the time of iheir lives in Europe,
travelling from the most gorgeous
pageant of which history has any
record, lhe Coronation of King
George, to lhe ancient city of
Pompeii, which was destroyed by
Vesuvius over nineteen hundred
years ago.
They first saw the British Isles,
visiiing both Ireland and Scotland,
and on the continent  saw sonic-
thlng of Prance, Germany, Bel-
Blum, Switzerland, and Italy, traveling as far south as the Isle of
(
apn,
"It is very difficult to describe
and convey one's impressions of
the Coronation," says Mr. Stork,
llu- magnificence and splendor
"( it all, the gorgeousness of the
parade, the tremendous crowds
of spectators and their hearty
enthusiasm, the���but you must
have read so much of it, so put it
down as the greatest pageant in
lhe world's history.
"Next to the Coronation lhe
miiBl wonderful sight on our trip
was the ruins of Pompeii. You can
see lhe ancient streets, their paintings of the wall, thier temples,
lhe interior of their homes and the
utensils they used in those early
days. It was all remarkably interesting.
"Wherever we went, even in
Rome! they had heard of Prince
Rupert,and many enqiiiricsshowed
the general interest taken in the
growth of this new world port."
RESERVE IS SOLD
AT FORT GEORGE
Government Receives Advice
That Agreement is Signed by
Indians.
Victoria, Sept. 1.���Advices have
been received by the governemenl
from Fort George to the effect
that thc final negotiations for
acquiring by purchase the Indian
reservi al the new northern capital
of Cariboo were concluded yesterday by the signing of the deed
of agreement by the Indians.
Thc purchase of thc reserve by
the G. T. P. means toe immediate
establishing of a railway divisional
point of importance at Fort George-
New Strike Reported
Dan McLeod has received this
afternoon a wire from Hazelton
that a rich strike had been made
in the main tunnel of the Silver
Siandard Mine, better known as
the Stewart, Mcllugh property.
The report says the lead is wider-
ing out into pure galena.
Mr. Clements Coming
Mr. H. S. Clements, the Conservative candidate for Comox-
Atlin is to arrive here on Monday
and a public meeting will probably
be called for Tuesday evening to
give him a chance to air his views
against reciprocity.
BASEBALL SCORES
Wednesday's Game
Northwestern League
Vancouver 4, Seattle 3.
Spokane 5, Victoria 1.
Tacoma I, Portland 3.
National League
Boston t). ���!;  Pittsburg 6, (I.
Pacific Coast League
Vernon (i, Sacramento B,
Oakland 3, Portland 2.
Los Angeles a, San Francisco 2.
American League
Cleveland l, Washington 3.
Thursday's Game
Northwestern League
Vancouver 11, Seattle 4.
Spokane 10, Victoria 2.
Portland 7, Tacoma (1.
Pacific Coast League
Poniard 4, Oakland 1.
Vernon 8, Sacramento 0.
Los Angelas 4, San Francisco 1.
No big League games.
Princess May Arrived
Early yesterday afternoon the
C. P. R. S.S. Princess May arrived from the south with passengers and mail. Many of the
passengers were loiirists on lhe
way farther north. They landed
and strolled around lhe city until
the boat pulled out again for
Alaska.
KEENEST GAME
OF THE LEAGUE
Leafs versus Ribbons at the Indoor Diamond Last Night.
A Critical Match Resulted in
Score of 23 26 for Ribbons.
The most critical game of the
Indoor Baseball League series was
played last night, the foulest ing
teams being the Empress Maple
Leafs and the Royal Blue Ribbons.
Very keen Interest centred on ihis
game as in the event of a win for
the Leafs or a lie, the cinching
of ilu- silverware became again a
matter of touch and go. lu spile
of splendid play, however, on the
|>arl of the Leafs, Royals managed
to carry off lhe honors lasi night
their score being 2(1 to Leaf's 23.
The figures by innings show how
keenly the game was contested, and
how hotly ran the excitement:
Empress 1. 4. 3. 2. 3. (). ('.. 4. 0;
Royals 4. 1.5. 0. 0. 4. 7. 5. 0.
Umpires Sloan and Dunn, the
ever popular pair, did excellent
work, and with a large attendance
of the live ones the match was a
big success.
WHERE CONSERVATIVES
GET CAMPAIGN FUND
Borden is Representing "The  Interests," as Opposed
to the Worker, and Has Behind Him the Millions
of the Manufacturers, the Railroad Magnates and the Bankers.
Winnipeg, Aug. 31.���The Grain
Growess' Guide has an article
under the caption "People or
Privilege," in lhe course of which
it says:
"Mr. Borden is a man for whom
personally, the people of Canada
have the highest respect, but his
tratlc policy is absolutely bad
and tends lo pla.ee full power into
the hands of the manufacturers
ami special interests.
Support of Manufacturers
"In his light against reciprocity
the Conservative leader has the
powerful support of the Canadian
Manufacturers' association, and
that organization contributes very
largely to campaign funds for the
upholding of protection.
The National League
"Then there is the Canadian
National league, which is also
devoting all its energies to the
defeat of reciprocity. This league
is fathered by '/.. A. I.i'sh, former
chief solicitor of lhe C. N. R..
and now a millionaire director
of various trusts and financial
Institutions.
Bankers Are In It
"Then there are lhe leading
bankers of the cast, who are also
lighting reciprocity. These barkers, like Sir Edmund Walker, lake
in the money of ihe Canadian
people on tleposit an 3 per cent,
and then carry it across to the
United States and loan il out at a
high rate of Interest, while Can
adian Industries and needs may
wait. There is free trade in
money and it apparently has not
hurt Sir Edmund's loyally, but
if the farmer sells anything across
lhe line he is disloyal a.t once.
The "Interests" Press
"Coupled with these organizations an- the journals Influenced
by them. The Monetary Times
and the Financial Post, two of
the leading financial journals in
Canada, a.re opposed to ncip-
rocity because their patrons are
opposed to it.
"Anides against reciprocity
have been pulbished at enormous
cost in four hundred country
papers as paid matter.
The Railway Interests
"Then look al lhe railway interests. The tremendous intluence
of ilu* Canadian Pacific is thrown
gaii st reciprocity, and there is
every reason to believe ihat the
Canadian Northern railway is giving very substantial support to
ihe anti-reciprocity forces. Win'
this action on the part of the
railways.' Simply thai in Western
Canada they have ihe greatest
melon patch, in the hugh freight
rates ihey are charging, thai  can
be found in the civilised world.
They do roi wart any oilier
railways to encroach upon iheir
pn serve. Thc light upon the
reciprocity agreemeni is in reality
B light between ilu* common people
ard special privilege."
To Develop Coal
By the Prince John today Mr.
F. C. Green of the Graham Island
Coal and Timber, arrived on his
way down below to arrange for
the .speedy development  of the
company's   2(10   square   miles   of
coal lands.   Twcr.ty-five tons of
machinery   is   expected   by   thc
Albert   this trip for the saw  mill
now   being  erected,  and   other
plant is being senl for.
Mr. Elliott of Graham Island
Collieries, discovert d and killed
a ten foot tiger shark. The
presence "f one of ihis species of
sharks in Masset Inlet is entirely
unprecedented, as in lhe case of
all Northern waters. The creature
w.is kilhd after a smarl liis-lc.
ENGINEERS DROWNED
Three   Members   of  C.   N.   R.
Staff Perish in Lake Helen
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Port Arthur, Sept. L���Three
engineers, members of the staff
of the C. N. R. construction, were
drowned in Lake II. hn, Northern
Ontario, yesterday while crossing
lhc lake in a canoe. The bodies
are n.il recovered. The n 'lues
of tin men are R, H. McCoy, C. 11.
N. Non and I 'ruin
A school of whales was sighted
by tin* G. T. IV s.s. Prince John
thi*- morning not very far from the
harbor entrance ou ihe home trip
from lhe Nlat'ds.
TWO RAILWAYS RACING
TO YELLOWHEAD PASS
Sir Donald Mann Says the C.N.R. Will be at the Coast
in the Spring of 1914   G.T.P. Builders Must Look
to their Laurels
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, Sept. 1. "Wc plan
lo have lhe main line of the
Canadian Northern Transcontinental Raijway complete from the
coasl to the Yellowhead Pass in
three years dating from last spring"
remarked Sir Donald Mann in an
interview   granted   to   lhe   pr. ss
lere yesterday.    "In the meantime remember,"   continued  Sir
completion of the I..si stretch until
191J8.   If ilu- c. M. R. reaches the
yellowhead  Pass in  the sprit g of
1018, and anything should delay
the G. T.  P. until  the Fall il will
be a fall Indeed fortheG.T. P.!
TENNIS TOURNAMENT
Prince   Rupert  Club  to  Hold
Live   Event   on   Saturday
Donald "the branch lines thoriigh-
uil British Columbia will on no|    On Saturday, cither mornirg or
account be overlooked." Iafternoon i's may lie arranged a
riie firsi practice of ihe P. R.    This Indicates how close wil) 1 Tennis Tournament will be opened
Choral Society for lhe coming be the railway construction lacel by ihe Prirce Rupert Tenris Club
sias.ui will be held in the Englishjbclween ihe G. T. P. and C. N. R.lOfl ihe conns at tbe school play-
Church  on   Monday  September I from the coasl t" the Yellowhead. 1 ground.  The Tournament will be,
4th, 8 p.m. All members are Even wiih ibe amount of work open to all tennis players in lhe
requested to attend. Intending!already done, the G. T. P. aU-ldty or district. Lady players
members will be welcomed. 3t I thorities   do   nol   count   on   the are especially Welcome to take part.
_A DAILY Ml
The Daily News
The Lending Setnpaper and the Largest Circulation in Northern B. C.
Published by the Princa Rupert Publishing Company, 11���...wl
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HEAD OFFICE
Da.'.y Mens 3j..l.-a   Tiiri Ave., Pr.r.ce Rupert. B. ��.    Telephone S-s.
Why I Will Vote Against G.T.P* Assessment
Bylaw
"Being   a  pro)
Prince   Rupert   -
outside   ..;rtal
have ':��� '        :*���-���'
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holder in
reprc-se-ntir.g
rested hen. I
ir.d an indirect
uteres!     the G. T. P. assessment1
agreement,   ar.d   believe   that   a, ���     ,      ...
* ,   'wa*-   well   advertised   i:
lew words ol comment upon the;,.        . , _
.     , ifinanci-'l  papers.    Con-.:
���same w uld be timelv.
BRANCH OFFICES AND AGENCIES
New Yons-Ni-. :-i. Nea--?*per Bureau, 219 East 2ird St, New York City.
Seattle-P.*.:*--. Seaad N<*w�� Co.
Lo.VDOS. EsiLWD-Tn-r Rougher Sy**i.rate. Grani Trunk Building, Trafalgar
Square.
Daily Edition.
Friday. Sept. 1
THE CITY SOLICITORS DEFENCE
In a letter which ranges from die pertinent to the impertinent
the ci-; - I r has j ling 1 into a defence of the G. T. P. agre-e-
meat, ind knies :he charge tha: certain property owners are to be
precluded f;om voting or. Saturday.
This letter ir printed ir. (oil b sn adjacent column. .
Clause 1. ���' '��� r, may be
taker, to Clause 1. upon the ground
that   some     I   tbe   property   set
���out  is property which according
jio  the  sale map?  appear  to be
vacant   spa ���    and   upon    that
lander-standing,  pe-ople  purchased
I adjoining  I   -  and  gave com-pe
ti:i:r.  prices  therefor.    Now the.
Development Company intends to
Iconvey the l^r.d to the city in fee.
This is h   effect selling this land
-.*��. *    and if the legal aspe-r. ��� :'
the rr. -.v.: were gone into. I si
Patpers.
to   take
rot   fail   to   take   adv
every opportunity,  the
the law and technical I
included,   when    their
served  thereby, ar.d  t:.* i
reas-on why the citizen -
Rupert   should   think
Grand Trunk Pacific R:-.:
- an exception.
Clause   5 .���"Why   si  -
cemetery site, of all  places   i
'.-.    granted   in   fet-   sir ' :
metery purposes"'
Clause 7.���This cl
most   likely   thai   tht nothing.    The  railway
uk) i-e restrained from i* rot bound to do ar.;-
. r..   In any ever.:  the 'his section at all.    It  is
potent   Compa:.;.    -'- uld known  aspect  of  hum
'a.-, v. that certain oi these vacant "hat engineers do as *.h   -
7 >'.i  --..   *. :��� I:-In;   ���_*. -.he ri.* ir. ���"-.- - of land adjoining property MM   them,   and   it    d
assessn   ni    peement        - asense."    That the public msy which ha? been s-.'. I I  -   -.in paid company does not wis]
judg-. V - - prints gr    ait .-'.;. -.he whole of the bylaw   n ��� r by the people.   II these vacant --">' wnemnit at all
-      - i    reduces in Foil! tbe -rticle which Mr. Pv-.-r-- \ -faces are to be alienated to the do   '*   *o  instruct   its
declar*- to be "absolute ooasensi -     which 1 think quite proper, accordingly and there
The News has taken Mr. Pete-- -: Ins word and sought '.-.-��2. it should be for park purposes only. "���'-���  the  matter.    The
opinion upon, the pcint.   The legal opiri - thus far obtained supports     Clause 4a.���"Wh>   -'-.  a ;
the News             a         there                g fa  the clause to prevent the    ity   r.ot   h
���-
/  . minimum cost be ir.s-.-:-:'
.*.   no recollection of ever reading ]
..e and futile agre-e-
i I  have no faith that
>*r).   - railway company will go out
- way to do anything that is
:   sj nominated in the bond '
[u  sdfcitade tor   Prince  Rupen
- ..--.ir..-ir-hed from its own ad-;
- p will be nil.   Self interest
- the creed of corpor..-. ns an I
.   ;-...-.��  neitber soul or honor j
:' r the arisen* *.:' Prince Rupert
- bank   i
Clause 9.��� Tbe same cxiti
its  I    this  -.-ction cotly the
raOwa)   company reveals a Httfc
I :.*��� plans.   Everyone expects the raDwa) through in about
��� se it will benecessai)
hi ���    this hotel to take care
' "    I the traffic.    If it were I I -
- ihray company would never
it.    The   City   i.:'   Prince
rt is just .'.s sure of an hotel
.:' r.o such clause were inserted.
railway  company does  i
. mil :~_m cost or give any
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5 AM 7 El. HARRISON
s.Taat rvi'-*:
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Real Estate and Stock Broken
APPROVED AGREEMENTS  FOR  SALE  PUBCHA -1
Prince Rupert
and
Stewart
WE   HAVE
���
A   COMPLETE   LINE   OF    BEEr.S
-LIQUORS.   ALWAYS   IN   STC-CK-
.y compair.y from :...:.: c    ������ r the : roperty of the c-.*
comrs.* ng them ter of the $15,000 ...
Tber     ��� ���   -  ing ii the bylaw to preclude the railway company
from | .-      ung lands from die *:���.���������'. pment company lik-.
purch.-.~ s       ' wi rite i.r:-. while oii-jies 11 and  12 clearly -���   *.
mm    I $15.OW is to cover the railwa;. *. - taxati n
iripil taxes, rates ard assessments of ever,  k
whatsoever I    be levied  by the city   ._ -   iway ompany
and upon or ir. respect of the lands of the railway company ..... -.d
all tbe personal propert) I the company within the dry limits
for a period of ten years from the 1st day of January. L911." The
Gn ���   Developing -       - - .- > is r.ot tour.d in an;*
.-    tgreement -      -   .    ..-���   -c of its lands, other than
e transferred and     .--: to tbe dtj
.-s-.a.T.;'
| Ltnaffe. u i b) this sec-
-Jetting this prop-   s merely aa imag:- .
As a matter   f {act Seed - E.    mprisfa c die srboleof tbeG T P
- - ��� hi .*   ��� [or SOI       ������ to the de-.i.i pa   at com*
pany c.-*.rr.:.r.j a taxat 15 t I t9.95S.50 has bees     ... i
:���--;���*         -*..-- An:
there is i   -     - tgreement i   prevent the nuhnt)
from        .        tame in regard to sections 2, >. 4. and 9 wfaene-t i
wen
tun
ihraj
- -     form -ion about it.
use  is  merely  so  much  word
::;- c to make the citizens fed
��� k   : ,y the fall from an Si
sad n   of   about   $100 000   to
$15.(--
Clause 19.���"Wh) this section
t inserted bet    I know not    tba
- sn item of news.    Tne
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pfpr i��r Tmtr r.r .-.t-r SPF^IAI   IflTB
Budweiser Beer, v\v ���*������< ��:, i?,-.*_* i.- \ :.  r
Doable OO Whiskey
Guaranteed to be 12 years in tbe wood befcrv :������--.   ���
Sole aeer.ti te Nortiie.T. B.C.
Victoria Phoenix Beer
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r. which
*.  the
Northern B.C. Liquor Company, [J"
i.
*a      ^
--.;. I r limited periods for athletic �� much  thud held
purposes and other kindred rec- railway cosnpany to
reatior.s without being under the d Prince R-t*n.
r.ece^-.-;     I rderrieg        the  LV     Clause 8.���This c!.   -
��� -   nt Compel      ��� I - hing.    Tbe most s lent
Province for their    nsent    5un \. i -   b   d .cm-
the city is a resp   ���        trustee I pletios    j a task may   r furtl      _. .  .    .    ^.        .
f..r   the   public   ,*rd   sufficiently removed in prir	
to h *x>mmer. I r.d of
p -.mer.t betwetr. the Dc>minion
Governmeni ar.d the railway com-
pany stands upon its own fom
tion ar.d will have to be carried
out by the railway corapcr.y re-
man.a;ement
the   sphere  o
purposes.
Clause  4c���Here
Tbe  r.-i.w.-
p-ark   snd - to commence these works   I
it r
in   the there    -   r   -hing   ree,.iring   the
restrict; nappeant   be too great   '���'������''   ���     mpany to w -k .t the;
If tbe dty wished to start a        various Bap   *.     intently
larde  -...-. etc them
:���-.-��� *   *       .���-������
.*  :
-      ver     \\ ith all
development company ..'-������..--- ���
railway comp--
the
Mr    Peters' .-���.-- that a ......
���   ��� ."   ��� Mr. Peters is equal!;- em|
that - - -        me 75 of i     *'       pal Clauses Act by |
tv - re in one mom .     ther    -;���*--
are w i":: r i.- i   itafc   i     -    .    reputatioos that the -  - -
mtait
' '���  Petersatten   u -   lecture the press for auking i   te-
t verifying them, be com ���
e advised -   *r. kr ittia-.i.-    Ever.
-��� - D the Sears i        r      ���--:----        *.��� -.tied by the
m-rite-   ��� ��� ritinf    In - the verifi* .-. -
was m       throuf    i responsible ( it) ii       - -bid every ( it)
racial* inter .' V-   I     rs was the geritlem?r,
��� --   ..-���  had to be compik-d
bom tl     .---���     ��� - :      *     r 1910 s ���
n June 5th 1911.
;                r of thu     ry- peculiar propoi ��� said to h
ruling has bee-r. givei    at, it is only i
... -     	
jch as the railway i
is bourd to build  this dry
here is no o-.r.sidcr?tion
for a reda.. ���   nintantioi
section  has no right to be here
at all.
Clause 11.���If -^.c-.i' ns 7. 8,
9 ard 10 are worthless, this clause.
I believe, is dangerous.
- pany is to pay $15,000
-   mnum   in respect of all it*
Double Weekly Service!
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S.S. Prince Rupert, S.S. Prince George
Foe
Vancouver
Victoria
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Seattle
Mondays and Fridays, 8 a.m.
.FRED. STORK!
-General Hard-*.--
Builders' Bsrtwai
Valve* & P;;-es
Gra".:t*irar*       7 *
SECOND - AVENUE ���
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For Stewart.
P<
o build  ar.imai   - ���-       utifully
pens, consent would lu, lepends  for  its.
.,.:--      :ng upon the point of view
and urn     ���--.*;   provision?   Fur- taken;   I r d ny it will
ther, t    -    * -    provision t '     a  wfaes   needed    :'��� r   ������
efftrct thait ?uch cc/r.-..r: ri      not " not mresaonabie for
be arbitrarily withheld.   N    *    - - expend   money   on,
'*      l: ��� : the buildir-:- hvr.*.-?:t*r to be
-    v   Urine  out  the .    . ~.  . .
!ihe dty Emits.' What property
!dot5 this include?   Probabh
the railway company z-r.d the city
��� -il   would   say   the   present
lard held by the railway cempary
'���������'
���
���
practised   man   wm vv   u.
President  of  the  Grand    .      ���.     ' '        ' money, also the
aa.  Prince    John   aj
���or..   Naa*   River.   Mataet.    Naden
Harbor. Wcdr.esdays. LSI p.m.
T:v - ii-  ar: 5>r:
Que��r. Charlotu Island point*.  Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Serric* lo Copper Rirer
Mixed tnrj from Prince Ruper. We**.
tesdays ai>d Saturda.-��.   1  p.m..  re-
tunung   Thursday!    and    Sunday*
5.3> p.m.
The Grand Trunk Railway Systen
cor-necting with trainj from the Pacific
coast operates a fre��rcer.t aad sonven-
ient serviee of Iturenosu trains over it*
doable track route between Chicago.
Toronto. Montreal. Quebec. Halifax,
Portia.-*:. Bostor.. New York and Phila-
FREE
EMPioy-asT
oma   :
For ai: .: ���  -    ������
waiters. ii:f-i'
ters. aii kir. .-
shames, call op
I
Phone No. 178
{ orca..,::-
( Gnad Bstd Fret E^l��r����: Ma
what the ritv cour.cil mi;-nt. but i delphia.   AtUr.tic Steamship book:r.f��
Pacific  Railway  Compaq. ��� -                                        -         ,       .   - lhi,;k-hat U the readirg
as  I  am  informedi  to t         -��� '   ' '   "     Tr..;. it would bei  , .         .
council to tne effect that unless 'the Development -Company from
the   council   desisited   Iron     ,- -                 ny i    h tWtlem\vaatkrt^  a���   m           nv   to
tempting  to float  <:* Fm     - :: .necm.. .he ^ilwav Compaav iminediate,v _
London. England, that he a I  "      -   ; "  i           coerce ^ ^        mem  i? ralifie,j.
see to it that th-               men ir "���'������*'��� building-   etc.. wr.nm three*                      ?.     ,
*��re   X.-J sx.   nisi   alic  I ������������!.��� HUB III   I. ve.    uj-rj^.,   ,J,|4,   rj^aa?   ,t   ;,...     -.
regard to the a    ���        twees   '    ' BS,speo-r _^
the railway company ard the i          etc.,   and   why   canr.ot!             costtmed os race 4
arranged via ail  imes.   Fuli information ard  ticket*   obtained  from   the
What is *      - oflice of
A. E. McMASTER
rREK.HT   AVI*   PAStSENGER   ACEVT
SMITH  & MALLETT
th:e? an
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If a i .     ��� illect those whose first -*a'.ming
of the    ���  , News.  Tak      t) pical cas�� i;.
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-   ������ ���   -���-.-<: by the i .           rk               Cit>   v.--* -- - : ^
S  I owper who is the registered   awer   I L.t 36 J5
ii    k 28. S           ���      Ine transfer has beei    registered              ' " ll
the I ity Hall.   Yet the -.   ���          .- bt, which has 5?
registered    met    - ..���.*���   ���        .������- Winder*    ��� ^
Por*:           - . -        American citizen ?rd non-r.                  :���   - :  * *
���   ���          Prii     Rupert pr ;- rt) rince 0      er 1 110 =,s
The  News  challenges  the  city solicitor to  dispute  these $*
facts.      '.                    ��� Prince   Rupert r<-.n draw -.heir own condusii t &
the reasons for -������--.               J. S.C wper, and for awarding f>
.- S tadttsenof Prince Rupert, not a property! 4?
���a  er of Prince R                : not a British subject. "
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MONDAY. SEPT. 4lh
Take the fast light-draught steamer Inlander for Hazelton.
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Instead    I writfa -.    '    lea I * the press, the city solicitor a    lid
Iter empi --.ending to his business, which is to see that
the city is properly protected in its leg?l instruments, and in seiir.g
to it ��� -��� ���: - sre -   ���   lisfrst   ��� ���-ed and their votes given
Ul of which bringi k      ���'-���   piestion r-.w-d
Mi P ten     -    eswen    Ivocated by Aldennan
Newt -    ���  ���'    .    inds      *    -  my, and dealt with in an cl*.
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The M-*. MsUdtor*! action in regard to the bylaws i- .*.r, added
reason (or young them d   * *
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BUI Heads
Price List*
Memorandum Forms
Commercial Cards
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Letterheads
Stock Certificates
Articles of Association
Illustrated Pamphlet*
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Prince Rupert Lodge, IMF. For Sale: -1
NO. S3
Meet* in the Helgertor. Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members  of  the  order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
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J. P. CADE. N. G.
J. W. JACKSON. Sec.
Read The Daily Newst'
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PHONE   98
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Wanted to Trade:
Improved property
resident property.
For Rent: Bf
S20 a month.
F��, Lilt ar*. AccWesI *T***#
a , .
NOW is the time ta* buy .1
Fort George on �������>:���
call tor inform*!.* - ���
One more lot 011 Sumr I
Good term*.
JOHN DYBHAVN
Pattullo !*:���>���'���* THE DAILY NEWS
By-Law
i-ITY OF I'RINCE RUPERT TO PROVIDE FOR THE
HON OF A HYDRO-ELECTRIC SYSTEM TO SUPPLY
fi'PRINCE RUPERT WITH WATER, ELECTRIC LIGHT
1 \ND TO CREATE AND SECURE A DEBT FOR THE
CONSTRUCTING THE SAID SYSTEM AMOUNTING
Do.
by tlio Municipal Clauses Act and Amending Acts, the City
| authorised to construct, operate and maintain works for sup-
a'll purposes, water, water power, electric light, and electric
JjltantB of the said city and localities adjacent thereto, and for
Indltlons, and terms under which such works are to be completed
|GAS| it has been considered expedient for tho City of Prince
16. The Council may soil the said debentures at less than par, if it is found
advisuble to do bo.
17. Notwithstanding anything hereinbefore contained it shall be lawful
for tho City in any year to expend out of the net revenue of the said Hydro-Electric
System for the purpose of betterments of, or additions to, such system, a sum up
to twenty 120) per cent, nf such net revenue, net revenue to mean for the purpose
of this section, the gross receipts lens running expenses and ordinary repairs, but
nothing herein contained Khali in any way do away with the liability of the City
in each year either out of the prolits or by rate to provide the full amount necessary
to pay interest and sinking fund as before provided. ���,..������
PASSED THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PRINCE
RUPERT THE 21ST DAY OF AUGUST A. D. 1911.
WILLIAM  MANSON,
Mayor.
W.  D. VANCE,
Acting City Clerk.       .._���_
RECONSIDERED AND FINALLY ADOPTED BY THE SAID COUNCIL
THE DAY OF A. D. 191.
MAYOR.
TAKE NOTICE that the above is a true copy of the proposed Bylaw upon
V    *.!._   tr_a_   _f  at.-    \- !_! l!a til   I. .    J.-1     .Vll        T._l!__    /*......,     I J,-...in      Th it'll
nt and maintain works to obtain a permanent supj)ly of water I ^jd, t*,e Vote of the Municipality will be taken at the Police Court Room, Third
Avenue, in the City of Prime Rupert on the second day of September A. D. 1911
between the hours of 9 A. M. and 7 P. M.
Dated 22nd day of August A. I). 1911.
W. D. VANCE,
Acting City Clerk.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to the electors of the Municipality of
the City of Prince Rupert, that the presence of the said electors is required al
the Police Court Room, Third Avenue, on Saturday, the 2nd day of September
A. D. 1911, between the hours of 9 A. M. and 7 P. M. for the purpose of voting
upon the Bylaw above set forth, being a Bylaw to provide for the construction
[inhabitants of the said city, and any persons, who may be adja*
ties, constructed hereunder, such wuter to be used for all purposes
I City may legally supply water, such works to be so constructed
He power, to be used by the said City for all purposes for which
thorlsea by statute to apply the same.
IEAS, the water from \Voodworth Lake, situated on the Tsimp-
ii be utilized for the purpose of obtaining a good and sufficient
tr the said City, and also for the purpose  of supplying electric
of the said City.
IREAS, instead of constructing two separate systems, one for
nu|   uisfiwwM   **-*>   ������..-���*->- ������-���*,    i r  ���      T ��� /���-�����       il i. uiiuii   \iitv iMian   nww t�� ���vv  iwi��U|   wosug   **   imui..    iu  piu�� iv*^   ��������   ******   �������..��� ��� ������* ���.-
and the othei for producing electric power, the Council have j 0f u Hydro-Electric System to supply the City nf I'rince Rupert with water, electric
'combination of the two systems in one will be much more eco-1
as efficient.
REAS, in order to effect such a combination, it will be necessary
[rom the point of diversion to the point, where the power plant
ed, of sufficient diameter to carry water for both purposes, which
.than would be required for either the water supply or the electric
BUEAS, considering the above recited facts, the Council have
tut. the whole scheme as a joint undertaking und to provide for
fof the samu as such.
kit HAS, the general description of the proposed Hydro-Electric
lows:������
j erected as a suitable point near the outlet of Woodworth Lake;
|he water to be piped down to a point at or near the head of Sha-
suid pipe to be of a capacity large enough to carry sufficient
Inly of the City of Prince Rupert, and also to operate at or near
rattans Lake, u plant for the purpose of generating electricity;
the head of Shawatlans Lake the water to be piped into the
.upert, and there be distributed by a proper distribution system,
power will be brought into thc Baid City by transmission lines
t>: Shawatlans Lake. ���
EUEAS, the amount of the debt necessury to be incurred by the
lupi-rt for the construction of the said Hydro-Electric Plant, and
Stribuiioii system connected therewith, is the sum of $650,000.00.
EREAS, the total amount which will have to be raised annually
of paying the said debt and interest will be $28,948.64.
EREAS, the said Hydro-Electric System cannot be completed
lay of September A. D. 1912, and, therefore, the amount of rateB,
[tills for the use of water or electric power will during this present
light and power, and to create and secure a debt for thc purpose of constructing the
said system amounting to $550,000.00.
M.  M. STEPHENS,
Returning Officer.
By-Law
SREAS, no money is already charged against the rentals, rates
_ derived from the said Hydro-Electric SyBtem.
EKEAS, the estimated amount ol rentals, rates, and charges that
the said Hydro-Electric System after the same iB completed
J'2,500.00.
lEUEAS, the sum necessury for thc payment of interest during
I the debentures to be issued hereunder is $24,750.00 per annum.
A BYLAW TO CONFIRM AN AGREEMENT MADE BETWEEN THE MUNICIPALITY OF THE CITY OF PRINCE RUPERT OF THE FIRST
PART, THE  GRAND TRUNK  PACIFIC  RAILWAY   COMPANY OF
- THE SECOND PART, THE GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC DEVELOPMENT
COMPANY LIMITED OF THE THIRD PART, AND HIS MAJESTY
THE KING IN HIS RIGHT OF HIS PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA OF THE FOURTH PART.
WHEREAS, on the 8th day of June, 1911, an agreement was entered into
between the parties therein mentioned, which agreement was and is in the words
and figures following:���
MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT made in quadruplicate this 8th day of
June, in the year of Our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and eleven,
10. Tho Railway Company will commence the construction of a dry dock
at Prince Rupert in conformity with thc agreement respecting thc same between
the Railway Company and the Government of the Dominion of Canada.
11. The Railway Company will pay to the City annually on or before the
1st day of November in each year for and during the period in the succeeding
elauBe mentioned, by way of taxation, a total fixed sum of Fifteen Thousand Dollars ($15,000), in respect of ull its property, real or personal, within the City limits;
provided, however, that the said sum shall not include local improvement taxes,
which may be imposed by the city for the improvement of public streets upon
which the Railway Company's land abuts in Sections One (1), Six (6), Seven (7)
and Eight (8), and which streets or portions of streets may be enumerated as
followB.
Water Street
Eleventh Street
First Avenue, opposite blocks 1!) und 14
First and Second Avenues from Eighth to Second Street All in Section
One (1)
Fourth Avenue, opposite blocks 6 and 7, in Section Six (6)
Overlook Street, opposite Block 4
Seal Cove Circle, opposite Block 7
Kelliher Street, opposite blocks 25 and 50
All in Section Seven (7)
Kelliher Street, opposite Block 12
Morse Loop, opposite Blocks 14, 13 and 41
Eleventh Avenue, opposite Block 31
Edward Avenue, opposite Block 1
All in Section Eight (8)
Provided, however, that the Railway Company's share of such local improvement taxes, shall not exceed one-half of the total cost of any such local improvement.
12. The City agrees with the Railway Company to accept the said sum
of Fifteen Thousand Dollars ($15,000) per annum, together with the said local
improvement taxes mentioned in Clause 11 hereof, in lieu of all municiapl taxes,
rates and assessments of every kind whatsoever to be levied by the City against
the Railway Company and upon or in respect of the lands of the Railway Company,
and all buildings, structures or other improvements thereon or therein, und all
the personal property of the Company within the City limits, for a period of ten
years from tne lBt day of January, 1911.
13. The City will accept the Bum of Fifteen Thousand Dollars ($15,000
in full of all taxes due by the Ruilway Compuny to the City for the year 1910.
14. It is understood by and between the partiu; hereto that this agreement
shall not become operative or binding unless and until the same shall have been
approved by the ratepayers of the City and ratified by the Legislature of the
Province of British Columbia; the parties hereto severally agreeing to co-operate
in taking all steps and doing all things necessary to obtain such ratification at
the next session of said the Legislature.
15. This agreement shall extend to and be binding upon the successors and
assigns of the parties hereto respectively.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF this agreement has been duly executed by the
parties hereto.
THE MUNICIPALITY OF THE
CITY OF PRINCE RUPERT.
(Seal.) By
Wm. Manson, Mayor,
And
Ernest A. Woods, City Clerk.
GRAND   TRUNK   I'ACIFI
RAILWAY COMPANY.
COAL NOTICE
BETWEEN
THE MUNICIPALITY OF THE CITY OF PRINCE RUPERT (hereinafter
called the "City," of the first parti,
THE GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY (hereinafter called
the "Railway Company," of thc second part),
THE GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, LIMITED,
(hereinafter called the "Townsite Company," of the third part),
  . _,,  ,.    .... and
EREAB, the sum to be set aside   annually to discharge the debt, HIS MAJESTY THE KING, in his right of his Province of British Columbia,
created by thiB bylaw, is the sum of $4,198.64 per annum, and i       herein represented and acting by the Honorable William R. Ross, Minister
set aside such annual sum by depositing the -same annually at ���       of Lands of the said Province (hereinafter referred to as "The Province,
brtsred bank or trust compuny in Canada or by the purchase of!        of tho fourth part). ,..-���.,
of the said City at a price not above par or by both such modes of WHEREAS, differences have arisen regarding the taxation by the I ity ol
investing the same in any manner which a Municipal corporation thc lands belonging to the Railway Company situated within the limits of the
U|,ti ! City of Prince Rupert, and certain other mutters as hereinafter appearing, and this
EREAS, the amount to be raised annually for the payment of the j agreement is made for the iiur|>osi> of nettling such differences.
���ived at by estimating thc interest to be derived from the annual AND, WHEREAS, thc Townsite Company is thc owner of nn undivided three-
uih sum ut the rute of three and u half per cent. (3 1-2 per cent. I quartern interest and the Province of an undivided one-quarter interest in the
| lunds referred to in paragraphs one (1>, four (4i and live lol hereof, and are severally
1KUEAS, thc total amount of ruteable land and improvements in i interested in securing an adjustment of tho suid difference, and aa part of such
hi*.* Rupert, according to the last revised assessment roll ia us follows:  adjustment have severally agreed to transfer and lease such lands as hereinafter
1223.041.00:   improvements, $497,966. provided: _.     .
IkHEAS, il!is estimated that after the said Hydro-Electric System I        NOW,   THEREFORE.   THIS   AGREEMENT   WITNESSETH,   that   m
the rentals, rates, and charges to be collected therefrom will be' consideration of the covenant* and agreements on the part of the several parties
* the annual amounts required to puy the interest und sinking fund '. herein contuined, the parties hereto have agreed with each other ns follows:
iii.-ed under thiB Bylaw, and that there will be no deficiency to be'        1.   The Townsite Company will, wiih the joint concurrence of thc I rovince,
the guarantee to be given by the City ns hereinafter provided.        | us testified by the Province joining in this agreement and the conveyance to be
EREAS, the City intends to issue debentures for the umount of  mude hereunder, convey to lhc City in fee simple all those certains parcel of lands
ting $550,000, by the sale of which to realize the moneys necessary ; indicated on the plan hereto annexed n�� numbers three (3), eleven (11), thirteen
irpoM's, the Baid debentures to extend for a period of fifty (50) years! (13), fourteen (14), eighteen (18), twenty (20), twenty-two (98), twenty-three (23),
id upon the rentals, rates, und charges to be derived from the said twenty-nine (29), thirty-eight (38), forty (40), forty-one (41), fifty-six (6b), llfty-
System for the supply ol water and electric light und power, and; eight (68), fifty-nine (59) and sixty-two (62).     '_���_,.     ,     ,   .. ,   ,
red by the guarantee of thc City at large. 2.   The Railway Company will convey to thc City in fee simple the westerly
EREAS, this Bylaw cannot be altered save with the consent of the one hundred (100) feet of Wnterfront Blcck E, ns shown in pink on uttuched plan
mor in Council. on condition that thc said waterfront shall not unless upon thc consent of the Com-
'   pany given under its Corporuto Seal be used for other than strictly municipal
pur|K>ses.
3.   Thc Province will convey to the City in fee simple the easterly one hundred
,���,,������. ., ...  , ,  (100) feet of Waterfront Block D, ns shown in pink on thc nttnehed plan, on con-
f the City of Prince Rupert shall construct the works mentioned' dition that the suid waterfront shall not unless upon the consent of the Province
hereinbefore contained according to plans and specifications to be I be used for other than strictly municipal purposes.
signed by the City Engineer, and approved by thc Municipal Council 4.   Thc Townsite Company will, with the cor
I'rince Rupert, under the seal of the said City, and duly filed with , fled as nforcsnid, grunt to thc City a lease for the te
u- City; which plans may be from time to time altered and amended. | nine (999) years of the several parcels of land milieu
uring the construction of the said work, if thc Municipal Council I as numbers five (5), fifteen (15). seventeen (li), twenty-one (21), twenty-four (24),
in any of which cases, plans of such alterations, amendments, or j twenty-five (25), twenty-six (26), twenty-seven (27), thirty-one (31), thirty-two
,1 be approved, signed, sealed and filed as above provided for the (32), thirty-three (33), thirty-four (34\ Ihirty-fivc (.'I5i, thirty-seveniffl,.i, thirty-nine
the intent of this By-law being that the City in constructing the;(39), forty-two (42), forty-three (43), forty-four (44), forty-five (45), for y-six, (4b)
l.orized shall have full authority to do everything to make thc forty-seven (47), forty-eight (48) forty-nine i49.i, fifty 60), sV^<n��J^,J^fmtmo
(52), fifty-three (63), fifty-live (66l, sixty (60), nnd sixty-one (61). The snid lease
to be nt a nominal rental of one dollar ($1.00) per annum und u|>on thc following
conditions, thut is to sny:  ..*.**,       ,.
(a) Thc lease is not to be assigned or sublet without lenvo of the Townsite
Compnny and the Province;
(b) Thc lands are not to be used for Bny other than park, boulevardr, o
other purposes having for their object lhe benutifying of the City, without the
consent of the Townsite Company and lhe Province;
(c) No buildings or structures other than statues or monuments are to be
erected upon the said purc< Is of uny or them without the like consent.
6. The Townsite Company will, with the concurrence of the Province testified
us uforesuid, grunt to the Cily ii lease for the term of nine hundred und ninety-nine
(999) years of the several parcels of land indicated on the plan hereto annexed
as numbers two (2), four (41, six (6), seven (7), eight (8), nine (9), ten (10), twelve
The said
��� llll"!       SIS      VIWUIIVIIl
IEREFORE, the Municpial Council of the City of Prince Rupert
mra:���
Bylaw shall take effect on thc 12th day of September, A. D. 1911.
on as conveniently may be after the coming into force of this Bylaw,
concurrence of the Province tcsti-
term of nine hundred and ninety-
nine (999) years o? the several parcels of land indicated on thc plan heretoannexed
laut
Bectric System complete in every purticulur and detail.
the purpose of paying for thc construction of the works hereby au-
ny of Prince Rupert is hereby empowered to create a debt of $650,-
debt shall be payable in fifty (60) yearn from thc date when this
I in tone) numely, thc 12th duy of September, A. D. 1911, for which
shall be issued to bu secured in manner hereinafter appearing.
sum ol $24,750.00 iB necessury for the payment of interest each year
anvney of said debentures, nnd the sum of $4,198.64 is ncccssnry to
pi.nually during the currency of the said debentures for thc purpose
-inking fund, with which to pay the said debt nnd debentures ut
Mid sum of $4,198.64 to be ruisod unnuully ns u sinking fund, being
.llier with the prolits accrued from the investment thereof nt the
uf three und u half (3 1-2) per cent, per annum, during the currency
tiiiir.*-., will bu sufficient to discharge thc said debt when due
iid sum of $24,750.00
���l ihe debentures, and
.-inking fund shull
ihe Hydro-Electric
I set apart from tho _
���.".iid sum shall be placed i.. _    ,
Hydro-Electric System Account," and in cuse the unnual receipts
... Ihsll be less than the said suit, of $28,948.54 the difference shal ; area to persons desiring to use the  ���..��� ���
id levied in each year, during thc said period of fifty (50) years, and  the leave hereinbefore provided,
the debentures by spcciul rate sufficient therefor on ull the rateable |       (b)
ii'lriw Mv'T^ * **>��� **����� V- ei��ht <8l nil" ,!"' ��nd l-n <����)    These land.
.' fifgi^^ber ot debentures te be made for ^sums , ^ (^.W -lv,. ,12)   This land shall l,c used onlylor public park purpose,
This land shall be used as a public recreation ground
' architectural merit, the entire de-
_ .fleet. In nddition to the nbovc
, , ii   ii.... ...  ,...*.,.,,    ��� ... maintain upon this parcel one or
i  ,1 ,lK*S rtffl i ���  ���..���.* m huve been properly executed more reservoirs in connection with the City waterworks system, to making for
',"   *MR" 8hBl1* b? (,e,em*!d,t0 X.St S Citv  and shall be ! this purpou thc necessary connections therewith upon the said puree):
d by tha Mayor and the Treasurer of the said City, anu snau oi  t , twenty-eight (28)   This land shall be used for n general public
"������'"���*'���"��� Without in any wuy lessening the duty
the sume for burial purposes without obtuining
Parcel four (4) -This Fund shall Ih> used only for thc establishment of a
' reservoir and waterworks connected therewith; the erection of buildings of u public
"ul
I made lor aucn oui.u. -sai    . ���a-.-. ......... ,.-,     ...... ....... ....... ... ���... -..., .... i���,-������- ���_---
ftqulnd for the ruising of snid sum of $550,000.00 und suid debentures or for theerect on-of school col^
h.-r l���r currency or sterling money   puyuble in gold coin for not less      (e)   I'urcel sixteen (lb)   ���Ihis liin.l shall be use
Kl eiirr,.,,bv ,,V.,i an ,,-!���,���,���. ���,,��llm a��ejE and not exceeding the whole und for the erection of public buildings of reul ar
ggBsSW^a a �� ���^ *������, are ��M.����s Sb��
 .��� payment ... .....
Kst^W^MlW M,.,....y.Kr,..,l   P...,,,,:
���nount ol the debenture to w.iich they shall be respectively Ktacnaa,
i each six months from and after the date of the
ring made payable
lbs suid coupons shall be deemed to have been properly executed by
ing written, stamped, printed or lithographed thereon, the nanus
and Treasurer of the said City.     Each coupon shull be numbenci
 i of the debenture te which it is attached. .
-aid debentures shall be made payable nt nny place in England, tne
������ 'T Cunudu therein set out. ,  ��� ,    . ������������,,������
���'''intuit of the snid coupons, namely: the interest, Bhull he payable
Plscss in England, thc United Stutcs, or Canndn therein set out.
"d debentures when issued und sold, nnd uny coupons uttuched th re-
ebenturas aforesaid huve been issued nnd sold, ahull be deemed �� vuliu
'".rge upon the rates, and charges accruing from the said --V*1���-
'' and upon the snid City of Prince Rupert scvcrully SS ���>foresaid*
."".milt of the debt authorized by this Bylaw is subject to con-
, �� tha amount of any other debt authorized by uny Bylaw or 1ly ��s
1 ' It* passed for the issue und sule of debentures, nnd notwithstui g
'.'������"i" contained authorizing and directing the issue and sale ��.3��*���L
'' PSjrmont of the debt thereby created; the City of Pr I ce RUJM t
1 I Stock may be issued in tho place and "toad o the debentures to CM
���;" debt.   This Bection shall apply only in so far as the City may ��e
���'' ��U j.e"luwfui''for the Council, during the construction of'*�� *��!*Jj
provided for, to borrow money from any bank, at interest toill agr.ui
"; "Ivan,*,, t���e 8umc for the purposes of paying for the Mi WMIBK
"''���reof, and for such loans to hypothecate the debentures tb.ssuu
.. provided that such loans with the interest agreed **J*J*WjtK
V'>" prepaid out of the sum of money to be realized upon the sale oi
ntures.
(h) Pnrcerflfty-four (54) This land shull only be used for public buildings of
urchitecturnl merit, provided, however, that the City muy construct and maintain
a reservoir thereon. In the development of this parcel.the general parklike features
shall be adhered to.
Pending thc development of any of thc said parcels as in this clause provided,
the City shall not do or permit anything te be done which will detract from the
existing purklike features.
6. The conveyances provided for in the preceding clauses shall be executed
by the parties hereto of the first, third nnd fourth parts, and shall contain apt
clauses embodying the conditions hereinbefore set forth, so as te ensure that the
lands mentioned in clauses two (2) und three (3) hereof shall be used only for the
purposes defined in thiB agreement. ,..���,. .
7 ���Thc Railway Company will, at thc request of the City, grBnt such
casements over its property within thc city limits as may bo necessary for sowers,
water mains, gas mains, electric light, telegraph wires, telephone wires, or other
Himilar civic utilities, subject always to thc approval ot the Railway ( ompany s
emrineer whose opinion in all cases must be treated as final, without prejudice
to tho right, if any, which thc City may by law possess to expropriate an easement
for any of the above purposes. .... ,    . ,
8 The Railway Company will, within a period of three months Irom the
dute of the ratification of this agreement by thc legislature, commence thc erection
of its works within thc city limits, con-dating of permanent station, roundhouse,
engine works, machine shops und other structures and acci-ssnrim incidental to the
establishment at Prince Rupert of the Pacific Terminus of thc Railway Compuny,
and complete thc same with all reasonable dispatch, retaining within the City the
pay rolls in connection with such works, so far as it may be feasible to do so.
9. The Townsite ('ompany will, within a period of two years from the date
of thc ratification of this agreement by the legislature, commence the erection of
a (irst-cluss hotel of modern design and appointments, and prosecute the construction thereof with due diligence.
In presence of:
FRED PETERS,
D'ARCY TATE.
(Seal.)
Cha* M. .Hays, President.
Henry Philips, Secretary.
THE   GRAND   TRUNK   PA
CIFIC   DEVELOPMENT
COMPANY, LTD.
(Seal.)
('has, M. Hays, President.
Henry Philips, Secretary.
THE GOVERNMENT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
(Seal.)
Henry Esson Young, Provincial Secretary for the Province of
British Columbia.
AND, WHEREAS, it is desirable to pass n Byluw ratifying and confirming
the said recited agreement bo that the same may be submitted for the approval
of the ratepayers of the City of Prince Ruiiert pursunnt to Cluusc 14, of suid Agreement:
NOW, THEREFORE, the Council of the Municipal Corporation of the City
of Prince Rupert enacts us follows:���
1. The snid hereinbefore recited ngrcemenl is hereby confirmed und ratified
in every particulnr.
2. The Bnid Council shall take all necessary steps to have this Blyaw submitted to the ratepayers of thie City of Prince KSpsq fir- their approval.
8. The said Council shall, if this Bylaw is approved by the ratepayers of
the City of Prince Ruiiert, take all necessary steps to obtain ratification of said
recited agreement by thc Legislature of the Province of British Columbia, and
for thnt purpose, ure hereby authorized to spend uny money thut muy be necessary
und proper in obtuining the passage of said Legislation.
4. Thc plan referred to in thc said recited agreement shall be kept on file
as n record in the office of the City Clerk of thc City of Prince Rupert.
6. The Council of the City of Prince Rupert shull endeavor to have inserted
in the Statute confirming this agreement a clause authorizing the filing of the
snid recited agreement, and the plan therein referred to, in the office of the Registrar
of Deeds at the City of Prince Rupert.
6.   This Bylnw shall take effect immediately the passing thereof.
PASSED THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PRINCE
RUPERT THE 21ST DAY OF AUGUST A. D. 1911.
WILLIAM  MANSON,
Mayor.
W.  D. VANCE,
Acting City Clerk.
RECONSIDERED AND FINALLY ADOPTED BY THE SAID COUNCIL
THE DAY OF A. D. 191
Ski-cnn l.unil Dislrict - District ol Qucun Charlotte
Islands
Tuku nolicr lliul   Auatin  M.  Ilrown ol  l'rincu
ltup.'ri, saddler. Intends to iippl*.* io iho Ohlel
CoinmiwiioiiiT ol Lumla und Worka lor u lict.net.
lo iiriiH'iiiel lor coul, oil uml [u..lroli*uiii on uml unilor
tho toUOWfhg tli'acriliiiil lunils on thi* Woat Cousl ol
Gruhum laluml:
Coramenoini ut u post planted throa muM irom
thi Southeast cornor ol C, L. No. (411 thonco 81)
chuins woat, ihonci* Hi) chuina norih. ilu-nco HO
chuins ousl, thonco Su chaina Huulli lo point ol
commoncomont.
Al'STIN  M. BROWN, Locator
located Aunuat lut. l'.lll.
I'ub. Auit. A.
Skoona Land Diatrict    District ol Quoon Charlotte
Islands
Tuko nolico lhat Austin M. Ilrown ol 1'rinci*
Rupert, occuputiun suilil'.or. intonils lo upply lo tho
t'hiol Commissioner ol Lunda uml Worka lor u
licence to prospect Inr coul, uil anil liolrnlouin on
anil unilor tho followtnii described lands on the
West Coasl ol tiruhum islund:
CoinmencitiK* ul u posl plunloil three mllos oust
ot tlio northeast corner ol 0, L.. No. 44T8 thonco
north SU cliulna. ihene* eaal HO chuins, thonco
south SU chaina, thenco west SI) chuins to point ol
commencement,
AUSTIN M. HRUWN. Locator
lxicuteil August 1st. I'Jll.
Tub. Aug. ID.
Skoena Land Dislricl    Diatrict ot Queen Charlotte
Islands
Take notice that Austin M. Ilrown ol I'rlnce
Rupert, occupation aaddler, Intends to apply to
the Chiel Commissioner ol Lands and Works lor
a licence to proapect lor coal, oil and petroleum on
and under lho lollowinit described lands on tho
West Coast of Uriihuiii Island:
Commenelns at a post plunt.sl throe mile*, east
of the northeast cornor of C. L. No. 1411 thenco
B0 cnsins west, thenco SO chuins norlh, thence 80
chains east, thencu 80 chains south to point of
commencement. ,.,   .
AUSTIN M. HROWN, Locator
Located August 1st, 1911.
I'ub. Auk. ID.
Skeena Land District���District ol Queen Charlotte
Islands
Tako notice thst Auatin M. Ilrown of I'rince
Rupert, B. C, occupation saddler, inlenda to
apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a licence to prospect for coal, oil and
petroleum on and under the lollowing described
land, on the West Coast ol liraham Island:
Commencing at a posl planted three miles ousl
ol the northeast corner of C. L. No. 417S thence
80 chains south, thence 80 chains east, Ihonce 80
chains north, ihenco 80 chsins weal lo point ol
commoncomont.  ���   ,
AUSTIN M. HROWN, Locator
Date of Location Hist July, l'.i 11.
I'ub. Aug. 17.
Skeens Lsnd Dislrict -DUtrlct of Queen Chsrlotte
Islands
Taku notice that Auatin M. Ilrown ol I'rince
Rupert, occupation saddler, intends to apply to
the Chief Commissioner ol lands snd Work,
lor s licence to'prospecl lor cosl snd oil and petroleum on snd under thu lollowing described lsnd.
on tho Wesl Coast ol liraham lslsnd:
Commencing st a post planl-sl three miles eaat
ol the southwest corner of C. L. No. 147? thenci
BU chains east, Ihenco SO chains north, Ihence 8U
chsins wost, thenco 8U chslns south lo point ol
commencement. 	
AL'STIN M. HROWN, Loeslor
Oslo ul Location, Slot July 1911.
I'ub. Aug. 11.
Skeens Land Dislrict  -Diatrict ol Queen Charlotte
lalanda
Take notice thst Aumin M. Ilrown of I'rlnce
Ruperl, occupstlon saddler, Intends to suply lo
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for s
licence to prospect for eosl, oil snd pet roleum on snd
under the following described Isnds on tho Weat
Cosst ot (irahsm Island:
Commencing at s posl plsnted three mitea east
ol the soutbesst eorner ol C. L. No. 4172 Ihence
north 80 chains, Ihence esst SU chains, thence suuth
SU chains, thenco west SO chsins to poinl ol commencemenl.
AUSTIN M. HROWN, Ucaior
Located August 1st, 1911.
I'ub. Aug. 19.
LAND  PURCHASE NOTICE
TAKE NOTICE that the itliove is a true copy of the proposed Bylaw upon
which the Vote of the Municipality will hc take at thc Police Court Room, Third
Avenue, in the City of Prince Rupert on the second dny of September A. D. 1911
between the hours of 9 A. M. und 7. P. M.
Dated 22nd day of August A. D. 1911.     ���1V,���
W.   D.  \ANCE,
Acting City Clerk.
NOTICE is hereby given to the electors of the Municipality of tlhc Cjty of
Prince
Room
Septem...	
of voting on the above Byluw, being n Bylnw to confirm the agreement made be*
tween the Municipality of the City of Prince RuimtI, of the First part, the Grand
Trunk Pacific Railway Company of the Second purl, thc Grand Trunk Pncibc
Development Company, Limiled, of the Third part, and His Majesty the King
in his right of his Province of British Columbia of the Fourt hpart.
M.  M. .STEPHENS,
Returning Officer.
Prince Rupert, B. ('., August 22nd, 1911.
NOTICE is hereby given to the electors ol lhc Municipality oi tne i uy oi
���c Rupert, that the presence of the snitl electors is required at the Police Court
n, Third Avenue, in the City of Prince Rupert, on Saturday the 2nd day of
imber A. Ii*. 1911. between the hours of 9 A. M. and 7 P. M. for the purpose
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LLD��� D.C.L., President
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manaqer
Ham Uml liistrict ���District ot Cnsst IUhrv r>
Tiki nuiiev that It. K. Miller of Tipton, Rm-
land, occupsliun farmer. Intends tu apply fur
|.i ni.: ion tu purchiuK! the following discritiixl
lands;
Cum men" nit. at a pust plant-pd about f>0 chains
wmi from the N. W. Corner of Uit HtHi, thencu
north 10 chain*. tht>nce west **o chains, tltem-e
���outh K> chain*, thenco east 2o chains tu the
point of commencement cuniainini; eiithty acres
mure ur leas.
Dated AukusI 1.1, r*U. It. F.  Mil l.i.It
I'uh. Aug. *Mt. 1*. M. Miller, Agent
Skevna Land District -District o( Cuaat Itange f>
Tako notice that Krattk S. M tiler of l*undnn,
Kng., occupatiun civil engineer, intends tu apply
"Till     '
fur iH-rnii-v-iuii to
lands:
CAPITAL, - $10,000,000
REST, - $7,000,000
DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES
Every branch of The Canadian Hank of Commerce is equipped lo issue drafts on
Ibe principal cities in lhe fotlo-viug eOUDtftsS without ilol.iv :
Africa Cr.t* l.i.v.e New /..I.m.l
Arabia
  Cha
ArfsatbM R*po!Jic l)cm-aark
A*a*****alta
Atutria-IU-afary
BraaU
l
Siberia
Soudan
Soutb Africa
Spain
Straits SetUtmcnta
Sweden
S**ii inland
srecra
Holland Norway
Icrland I'anaaia
Bffypt                       India IVmia
Fame lalands           Ireland I'rm
Finland                      Italy I'bilippine Islands
Pormoaa                  Japan Portugal
Franc*                     Java Knumania
Fr'.h Cm liin China MalU Kumiia
German v    t              Manchuria ^'v**
...                        Great UriUun           Mcsico Siaai
The amount of these drafts is stated in the money of the country where they arc payable | thM Is they are drawn in sterling, franc*, mark*, lire, kronen, florins, yen,
taats, roubles, etc., as thc case may be. This cniures lhat the payee abroad will
receive the actual amount intended. 233
Turkey
l'nited States
-UruguAy
Wmi Indies, etc.
J. M. Christie
Manager Prince Rupert Branch
Royal Bank of Canada
Head Office: MONTREAL. Ebtam.ihhkd UN.
Capital, $6,200,000
Surplus, $7,200,000
Total Assets, $100,000,000
Savings Hank Department, tl will open an irrount,
Branchet throughout Canaila anil hanking Connections with all parts of the
Unltcil States.
Agents throughout thc worlil.
H. P. WILSON, Manager.
Prince Kupert llram'h.
Read The Daily News
purchase tho folluwing described
Commencing al a poal planted at the N. E.
Cornvr uf ImI 'in, thence north 2*- chaina, thenre
weat 20 chaina, thence aouth **U chains, thenco
east 20 chaina lu poinl of commencement, containing 40 acre* more or Inai.
Dated August 16, 1911. FRANK S. MILLKR
Tub, Aug. 26. V. M. Miller, Agent
Skeena Land District -Diatrict of Coaat Range &
Take notice that K. H. ti. Miller of Falmouth,
Kng., occupation aurvcyor, intenda to apply for
permission to purchaao the following tiearribed
landa:
Commencing ai a pust plantod at the N. W. Corner of Lot inn., thence wmi HO chian*. thence aouth
20 chains, thence eaat ttO chaina, thence north 20
chaina lo the point of commencement containing
I *���" acrea more or leaa.
Dated Augual 1... UML K. II. O. MILLKR
I'uh. Aug. 20. 1'. M. Miller, Agent
Skeona I ..ind District -District of Coaat Range ">
Take notice that Herbert J. Mackle of Pembroke, i int . occupation lumlierman, Intends to
apply for permiasion tu purchaae the following
dencrilHt) landa:
Commencing at a itost planted on thc left bank
of the /...in.>.tun., or /.im-;i wi -nt Rivrr, at aouthweat corner of Lol l?0fi, (hence northerly, following
the westerly boundary ot Lol 1706, 80 chains
more ur !���������. to the northwest corner of aald l.i it
1706, thence we-aierly and southerly, folluwing
the lefl.bank ufjsaid river, HO chaina mure or b-ws to
(Kilnl of commencement containing Ibo acres)
more or Iras.
Ixicatod  Augiidt  10,  11)11.
Dated August 21, 1911.    llKRHKRTJ- MACKIK
"'ub. Aug. 26. Frederick S. Clements, Agent
Skeona Und District -District of Coast Ranga V
Take nolice that I, CoorgQ Kimo of Towner,
Nurth Dakota, V. S. A., farmor, Intend to apply
for iiermisaiun lo purchaao ttw following described
lamia:
Commonclng at a poll planted at the aouth-
wt-wt cornor of l*ot 22H7, ihence east ho chains,
thence aouth 40 chains, thonce wmi 40 chains
thence aouth 40 chains, thence wiet 4(1 chains,
thence north HO chains lo point of commencement
cnnialning 4H0 acrea more or Ices.
Dated JuTy 15, 1911 i.l.uin.i    KIMK
Pub. July Zb. Fred K. Cowell, Agent
Skeena Land Dislrict Diatrict of Cuast Range V
Take notico that I, Peter Laneii of Towner,
North Dakota, I'. S. A., farmer, intend to apply
for permission to purchaae the following duecrlbrd
lands:
Commencing  at a post planted  at  the aoulheaat corner uf l*ot 1729, theneo south HO chaina,
thenco west 40 chains, thence north HO chaina,
tbence eaat 40 chains to poinl of cormnrnn-ment.
Dated July Ki, 1911. PETER LAKSKN
Pub July 25, 1911. Fred !���: Cowell. Agent
Skoena Und District Dm net of Coast Range V
Take notico that I, Adolph II. Christiansen of
Towner, North Dakota, occupation attarney-
*t lu-a, Intend to apply for permission to purchaao
the following drarribod lamia:
Commencing at a post planted about one and
ono-half milaa (I 1-2) northeast of the head of
Trout Itiver nn the west aide of Ukelao Uke,
and about ft chains from tho lake-front, thence
aouth HO chains, thence west SO chains, thence
norih HO chains, thence east HO chains to (mint
of commencement.
ADOLPIt IL CHRLST1ANHON
Dated June 30, 1911. Fred K. Cowell, Agenl
Pub. July .'.'���
Skeona Und Distrin���District of Caisiar
Take notice that I, Jam-ea Millar Johnston of
Stewart, H. C, occupation storekeeper. Intend to
apply  for permission  to  purchaaa tho  following
deacrilied landa:
Commencing at s poat planted about one mllo
north from the Naaa river and aboul nine mllea
above the forks of the Naaa rivar, Ihence north HO
chaina, thence west HO chains, thonce aouth 80
chains, thenco east HO chains lo point of commencement, containing 640 acrea more or leaa.
.I.\..i:;s MILLAR JOHNSTON
Dated March 24, 1911.  Frank Sidney Wright, Agt
Pub. May 17
Skeena Und DUtrict -District nl Caaalar
Tsko notioa lhat I,  Mary Carin of  Suwart,
11. C, occupation married woman. Intend to apply
for permission to purchaae the lollowlng dsecribad
land:
Commencing at a poat planled two (2) milaa
aouth snd c/i two miloa weal ol tha torke ot tha
White and Flat rivera, thence 80 chains north,
thence HO chains woat, thonoe 80 chslna aouth)
thenoe ho chains east.
Dated April 20, 1911. MARY CARIN
Pub. May 1-3. Francia H. Preaton, Agent
Skeana Land Dlalrlct���Diatrict ot Csaalar
Take notice that 1 Francia H. Preaton ot Prlnoa
Rupert, H. C, occupation proapector, Inlend to
jpply  for  permiaalon to purchaae the  lollowlng
described lands*. _.   _
Commanclng at a poat planted aboul threa
miloa aouth and two mllas weat o( the lorka ol
lhe While and Fist riven, thenca aoulh 80 chaina
thence sast 80 chains, thenca north 80 chslna,
thenee west 80 chaina.
Dated April 20, 1911.    FRANCIS B. PRESTON
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LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
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Slvivn* Und Disuict���Diatrict of t-Jutwn Charlott
Islands
Take notice that Austin M. Brown ot Prince
Kupt*:i, saddler, intends to apply to the Chief
���.'I'lu-.nisMt'iu't oi l**mia and Worka (or a Uc-enee
to proat>ect tor ��,val. oil and petroleum on aud
under 'tie tollo��ing dweribed lauds on the Wtwt
C-MSt . ( Graham laland.
Commencing at a poet planted two mllea eaat
<-' the northeast corner ol C. L No. 4478 ih-eqee
SO chains ��**>*.. thence bO chalua aouth, thance SO
chains wost, tnence so chaina north to point of
cvmiuenc-enient.
Al'STIN  U. HROWN, Locator
Date of UvatK-n SUt Jul> UU.
Pub. Aug. IT.
Skeena Land District��� Diatrict of Queen Charlotte
Islands
Take notice that  Austin  M   Rrown of Prince
Kupert,  saddler,  intends  to  ��ppl>   to  the  Chief
v\*iu:** -asuMti-r of Ijiuds and Works (or a licence
to piwpeet  for cval.  ml  and  petrwleusa on  and
under the following mm
iVast M Graham Island
;UsJ lands on the West
Vntmenctag at a \**.**' pleated two milea east
of the iwvtheeat tvraer of C. 1. No. 447$ thenee
south M chaina, thene* weat SO ehatas, thence
:,,���������.t. >o chains, then-re east SO chains to point of
AM'.-.iuntH'wn-.ent.
Al'STIN  M   HROWN. Locator
located 31st Jul*.. Ull.
Pub Aug. It.
Sk-wn* Land Diatrict -Diatnct ot Queen Charted*
Islands
Tak* nouce that Austin V. l.[��wn of IVttK-e
Kupert., occupation saddler, intend* to apply
to th* Chief CtaSftniMsainai of Lar.ds and Wuru
(or a iweace to proaisvi (or cttal ���������'. and peuwlesya
on and uavier ine fiwlowmc deecribed lands on the
\\ c*t Coast of liraham island I
Coaunaa-nag at a poet platted twu miles eaat
.i the aoulheaat eorner of C. L. No. 4477 there*
SO chains nonh, ther.ce >0 ch��ir.s east, thanca SO
chains eouth. theoce SO chains weet to point of
tMoittH'ncean-rat.
Al'STIN*  VI    BROWN.
Located Mst J*.0. UU.
I\ib Aug- K.
= THE COSY CORNER -
DEVOTED  PRINCIPALLY  TO  THE INTERESTS  OF  WOMEN
|l   I   IS   Sl   I ��� Wa. �����*������)����������������� I *e***gk*M ���* '���
Thi-. is a Uttll section of the paper, which from day to daywiU be devoted
to subtests of ipecisl inter* to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are Invited to contributa 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" trill SU a SOOW need.
PHILANTHROPIC FAD
BE   CONTENT
shouldn't
but   tl i-i-  -   ���
| babiea.    1     S
' coterie
[women h.*>
j help tin
SfcMB* Laad H-Mitst���Dainr: ot s}s***a Churl* It j tlll'ir K        -       ���.*
mer.
Milk >...-
;c*; 4*e**nh��d lar.d> an lb* Wast | lislled,   .
But It  Mssaa Much for the �� ,uvrt  "'  ���������������10*  "*
Babies Worry so!
What we've missed of calm we
Then an f.'d-ir. philanthropy, couldn't
just aa in everything else where Have, you know!
ths  fasfoi u.in.;    is  con- What we've mat of stormy pain,
cerned.   Last year and the yoer And of] sorrow's driving rain,
before   it   ���*���-  womra   suffrage, We can better taaet again,
i;  M-tins  to be It ii blow.
a    York   ci.>    .'
exclusive society, We have errecLin that dark hour
rded together to We have known,
lm\mn**
Tak* notice that Austin  M.  Brown ol Pnac*
Rupert,  oaddlsr. intends  Id  .���-;*:>   to lb* *.'h*W
ol Ia- a* srd Work, (or a
:* piusnect  l*e ess*,   .su aad potrslaum oa and
-**i*r ta* :._.**.
of the poor sr.vel What   the   tears   fell   with   tht
ves during the suni-j shower,
All alone���
.ns hr.ve Kvn iswb-jWero not shim* ard shower blent
:he  1300,000  which i As the gracious Master meant?
these n     i men hrve oollccted| Let us temper our content
Mrs. With Hi< u��ii.
The Best
Procurable
Absolutely purt
i For,
morn >\t
"BIRKS"
Offer a superior range of choice
and  quality in alt lines
\   :.     .... mum    BIRKS'    < ik�� s.-rr-n-.s-u*:
.*: .;.:��.::*. * *.* It roe*****   .  .  -   .        <��    ^ . :,.*-. a::.*-.  -* >.x.
pr: fawii ���*, *  gasSs   �����*.* taslMsM  steal fsvoorites turn 18*.-}-
���  *-. -^.* pr .*. - mporter *rsi ra*:*i:'*cturt*r.   \V��*  arv
OaaMdaa gesateai  >*. ten and ���*      -*...;,.,; :\rr\  :'t
mtOAt sup��r   *        .   -- .a.:     Wrty t��I >.i._r.   iv--.* :'.
ths rsibss ��.* *->     -   -   x$    - Is    ..x*.-;   ,-s* T>.��>  *r\* .-ha- .
,*..-\ ua\     *.-. ��� ..  *.*-        .**-... . ���:. . .*;   ��n.* us .-���*.: ��uir)pr*:..-r.s
' * "*.'.*.. r'.^r ft-M liaMll    HOW TO SET TliK TABLE"
Henry Birl^s & Sons. Ltd.
��� Jeweller* and Silversmiths
���� \   \Na\UWK
l^!a*USSC^S3^a3n^Q^SI^^
C->��st .-! -virahara la^nd
C*amrneacM*g at a post FCaUed twe mite* east
���I tbe aouthea t <v\-r.er of C   L. No. 4477 ta-aa* i      ...  ,
>0chainswvat. tiiecxv Stf chains ccth. thescw SO   Will l>e v'.   ^     *CC STOrK
chain* east.  i.Vrcv         ,*ha.r.a aout-b to pe4nt of    ,        ..                    ,, i *, , ,
^���r.rrenoe^rrt.                                                                    .      BoiV.          Mainilll.Ul.     WOO     DU
A N  IU. BROWN. Locator |j . ,   c   ..   .
lmsms *\*\% Mtt* isil I been idt mtieu with rnsMiy *���>! toe
Nk Aug   17. i ������ a ��� s"     .Us*.
IphiL'.tulv m -ements  w   -he
ftMH Ls=i DkttlM -.r*����:.rxt of -v^NwcChartett ,       . ,       f   .i>
bto* I smart sei    * ^ the batd i'i ini>
Take BSliss i^fcat Auatin  Nf   Brown of mac* .
Kupert. .v��vpaisoa suiter, icteeda to aMt>  to pi\\UV; I *\ t r    St\:>     OfpOtt    a1 re
the chief 1.-.vst���ssooer of La.r-.is and Won* for            * .       . ���.���         ���������   i
a    .> -����� m p^w^act U*a? MtL Bl and peCKteam to   tv   I ftiM Tt    OUlK   Will    DO
oa aad under ths ..^iow-inc .i��*.-r.>ed laada on the     .... , .                         it.
Mm C*isa6 o! C.rwiaa 1**a\***z (HS-troUt-ed ' ' UW pOOT ��U'ti WhCPCV
l*W-.r-.r* s: s po*; j*aar;co :!"^w ~   *** east o      , ...   .
s�� MrtNMas iivw .y c. '^ No. 4*7* thence so doctors        nurses will U >ci I so And through all the voinirg yean
iecxa  St>  cha^ae siwiU    taeeew  A>   . , ,
4-3 weaL theciot A> aaa-a* aorta ;c po*st of   instnit" n;oti.vr<     m��W
ai-stin;u noVMatassM I to bni'v  -    ilu-ir chiklren.    The
lMated  ^-4-  ���     ��.. ISIL
i\ih Aug r
Saorfa L*��d PstCvt  -DlStTiM of ��,\ier <t*r..il*
Tair  r-otwt :La:  Aus��Ui   U.  Brvwr  U  FV-^ce
|aecretar>    I :he milk eoaumttee,
Mr>. Id. VYhitt Parker, vid:
wt know, not every
Cfcn be nd;
Si>, for^ttiirj; *\\\ the aorrow
We have h��id,
Let us told away our fears,
Ard put by our fooBeh tears.
Ju* be &bd*
���J antes Withcomb RiK-%
Skeena Land Diatrict���District of Cout Hanne V
Take notice that Jeaae M. Tallman of fedsr
Rapids, Iowa, occupation lawyer, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the following
deacribed landa:
Commencing at a post planted on the southerly I
ahore of  Kutiymataen   Inlet  on  the right  bank
of a small stream flowing into aald Inlet just r.i*.;
of Crow Lake.    Thence aouth 20 chains, thunce
weat 20 chaina more or leaa to the shore line of I
Crow  Lake,   tbonce  northerly  and  easterly   d.i- !
lowing the shore lintw of Crow Lake, the Inlet
to  Crow  Lake and  KuUeymateen  Inlet  to the
pUce of  commencement,   containing  forty  teres.
more or leaa.    Located Auguat 7, lull.
Dated Aug. 9, 1911. JESSE M. TALLMAN
I��ub. Aug. 12.
Skaena Land District���Diatrict of Coast Range 5
Taka  notioe  that   Sarah   E.   Alton  of   Prince
Rupart,  occupation   nurae,  intenda lo apply for
permiaaion   to  purchaae  the  following   deacn
landa:
Commencing at a poet planted at the North
weat corner 140 chaina easterly \alightly north,
from tbe northeast comer of Lot 1116 (Uarve>
Survey Coaat Diatrict, Range V, thence 80 chains .
eaat. thenc* 80 chaina aouth, thenoa 40 chain*
wast, thence 40 chaina north, tbence 40 chains
waat, thene* 40 chaina north to poat of com-
m*ac*m*nt containing 480 acrea more or leaa.
Dated Juns 14, 1911. SARAH E. ALTON
Pub July IS. Fred Bohler, Agent
Skeana Land Distnct���Diatrict of Coast Range b ,
Taka notes lhat linford Sewell Belt of Prince
Rupert,  B.  C,  occupatioa  |oeorootive engineer,
intenda to apply for permiaaion to pi'-chaae the
foUowing deambed landa:
Commencing at a po*t planted on the north
bank of the Zimogotiu Kiver sbout thre* ;3j
milaa distant vupatraam) in a w-asteriy direction
from tbe junction of the Little Zimogotiu River
and the main Zimogotiu River, tbence north 40
ehaina, thence weat 40 chaina, thence aouth 40
chaina, thanca eaat 40 chains to poet of commencement containing 160 acrea more or leaa.
Dated June 7, 1911. UN FORD SEW*ALL BELL
Pub. July 8. Geo. R. Putnam. Agent
Caaaiar   Land   Dlatrist���District   tf   Skeena
Tak* notice tbat I, Lemuel Freer of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for permiaaion
to purebaaa tb* foUowing dearibedr lands:
Commcficing at a poat planted on the shore
In a ncrtherty direction from Port Nelson Cannery
marked L. F.'s S. K. Corner, thance 20 chaina
north, thene* 20 cbaina west, tbenee 20 chaina
south to abora Una, there* along tba shore to
point of contro-tMcamect. containing 40 acres mor*
MUN'RO d* |
._Stort nSSj
u.n-10 * uut       ]
ofBrit*,, o .*;..   vi
CARS5 4BE.5
hKr   ��� ������-�� Noin
oata-i..     .,   ..   '"
r D*B"ial
Crow:,, ndBridnWe
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WILLIAMS i
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BttSJ *
Datad Jun. 10. llll
l*ub. July s.
LEMUEL FREER
J. M. follisor. Apet
P. 0. BOX .
"Won       I ' 'riicv lands Ir V��\;
Princes* an Author
Her Hiehneaa the M.irhanai of
I   STJ   ,-M   *.S*   ta*a.a.*��**aa;    .***rt"***J   A��dS  a*al   *ai*
\.**t CmsA .n' vara*." laar^
v**ea=****v^4 at s *-aass r-��r:*a: *.;*** sj* m*t*
.si lh* ?v.~*i#s**l (v.-**ar ci v'   a. Na>  ��,'* :-*.-*.
���a.'   ���*>A-**J   ���O.*.*'.   *.*>r-a.a*   S.    C?*^*  �������*.   tteOC*   **.'
���*^s_^�� ra.*a-.**. '.Saaaar* X'  et*. **��� met :.* ;.>aat a-:
K-jwt:.   .xvui*au.*e   **ado!��*    utaaaa,   x*   a*>*V>    .... .. , ./Ira ,^ >l.  .  _
i* o�� i't-sr��aatt*; .*< u>j�� aiat ��.-.-��, \ ork *J. ..:Jer>:. nd csring i^*r, B.-r*.*ua has. with the cu-opt*r.i.n>i
laV 4 *X*-K*a.*a*  ta-  **a*\*��t*>*a"t   l.V ."���.**!  c�� S9al *MCTUSK^��         .... ,                        .,         UM                     i      *                           ,11                              I*
childiy- lertotallydiSerentlol  .1  i��ell  known  Iiteran.   m.tn.
duaatk -                         arrittea a Nx^k under the ii:U* t*i
" Ou;     : I3S.080   babiea   ���-tr    TV Pt->i:i��*n .*t Women in lr.di;.r.
in Ne* \ sk city annually 14,0001 Life."    Thc  Mahsrsai  is ir.e ol
die  -.:: >e.ir ot  ..^.      01  the ad\ar.ced vunui. of Indi.*. aad
the**-m -. .'-. ���  S.OOOwas.ea**.. >   hss   taw-Aed   extensively.     Her
I p** -.*..:     ��� *.       ! .- re.  High:
II RIM U    .*���������     ������ *���   Uaaur
*..**aa.*a:   .^   .. *.��. '.#11.
:
*3
Tsia sain *aa:  Aaau:  M.  B.-\-a*, *i Ttmm   ,.
l*.��aJS    ta-     a��<J      l��Unilg
- i   ���>   >
.* aa�� was* ;*��� :��A.a��M*;
GEORGE
*m -tXTU ia
coll*. : v, uga
TWrd Av**. .. h
Skassa La--.d Diatrio���Distort ol Coast tUnf V JOHN   E   DAV
Taka noclca tint  I,  Peem Eritksoa ol Princa tc ���       ��� ���   '
Rap*!-t,  lab *���**.  lataad  to sppl* lor r-rfmisaiq- I LAi. :*.;..,    pn
to pau-thas* the loalowiac describad laads:
Coouancint a: a post planted oo tb* north   ren*. <-F at,  ��� i . *.
bank ol WlU-ams Crs*k when the raOwa). nftK-1
ol-vay crosass and I chains back (rots ths creek
bank,   three*  south  Su   chains,  thsnea sast   ..
chains, thscca north So chains, thsnes wast St.
chains to tsotnt ol coffimsncasBaat.
Datad JiJ> 7, llll. PETER ERICKSON
Pah. ;���*.'> SS. Frad E. fomr-:;. Aasat
Skeena Land Dutrict-District ol Coast Raa�� :
Tak* aooc* that '.. Alexaadar CXacher. of Daar-
born. Mar.:*..b��. occupation fanner, intend to
apply for per-misSK-n to purchase the following
dascntnd .aad*'
Commencing at a post planted st th* south
west eon***** oi lot &**>*>. district of Coast. Ranj-* 5a
s tuatsd about.' 1-2 mil** ,n a south easterly d>-
rectKei freer. Breckennda** Lahd.nar. ssarkad A.
C north wast even*.-, tbenc* south *a ehsan-k
tbenc* east **C chains, theac* north ���. chair.,
mors or Wm to south east aoraer of let 1*2.
tbenc* w**t i chain, mor* ur 1*** to south west
com**, af .ot X**U. thenc* north AJ chains rt r.
a* leas to **outh aast cawr-ar oi lot S.*-i*a tbenc*
weat tt cbains rmcw or Us* to pant of *xr*uner><-*-
���arcL <*oataim*ia 1*. mcrr. more or lasa.
ALEX.OiDER CLACHER
la. -a.1 Ciavber. .*.�����-���.
I��:'J;-��.**J   llll
Pab. J una lath. l��ll
A. M. BRO
HARSEj.- s.  UMUa u
���     a*  i !,   _
"-'���- I Pi ���:���:
2nd A\e. ���:-*..,-- *..--,
ia        i-oper food      I rr.*. Hightess.  **ith   th*  Gvaikor
��   aeeks'bests Bara     ana with :hur dsagbtsn
.:   l.Ot.15   U l>i.>   ditd ,.rd d lane >uiu* ir. Toronto 1.,*--.
.1    ii Land t>acnct���DKnct ol tout rUzf V
Taka booes that I. John Evsnsoe ot Pnae*
RaafKrt. labor-sr. txteed to *'.'r>  '<* psrsussuc
te purchsas tb* I*D*wir*i dascnLad lands:
I sssiaisiiiii al a -was plastad st th* south-
snst aornsr of Let SI li. tbsoes s^rtk S> c-iai-ia.
thsc^s sasc *.) eham*. tbsec* south is) rtas-.,,
t | tbtSM, wsat SO chains to peart of ���x***t=a*cc��*o*e*..
:***��a Jaly ;i. llll. JuHN EVX.SSON
Pah. i~j :i Fnd t CowwS..
ll h.i> t*     proved tbst ihi? RastelaaanBar, s-ir-i: oa to t^hitbec l>>
ot life i  a'.i l>e much rtrl...-..1. :.:;S.vi:.   The l.die* .ut rat ted much
CaMaa**a<ust *'. * !**.**�� -**a��t*>at Ursa * aa, east
���**a lb* ^.r-.laasss An* rt wa* Na s��". tiarsat*
Ja. raaj* *aa*t. thsne* >* .-ha..* acts, th���c* M .
nm^A *���**:. t.vsn** w rs��_a, ��<r.i u *k*u et :i*.o*.*)er> -.rt  t. uk-.".: hot*    *.^  (era  . tteoUODO) ihtir U.vu;> ard urate.
At-sns u. BBeea
-. -.
s;:.7.s:i con ms:a
ard cart   for babiea .'.nd it purt ot manntr. and wetv sr���. ��� v
r��t. t-at :*���                                      ad aa    '��� prepered aalk wen mired l>y .ill who hid *.ht priv-.'i-;.
s-v��-:a -_s��i lessor - Daenct si .��*���*���-* .'-*.-����>  >.i-.*-.*'.irti at priesa ��hich ;ht-y could I rr.tf-.ir-; thetn.
Tn. ��.���<����� tha: liav  V   !k-vwi et Tre**   .*.rTorU   '.O     a 	
ta'    ��S*0
at 1 saas aa: ��
FASHIONS FANCIES
Sweetbread  Salad
Prt-.v.rt   >-��ee:l*reid>   l.y   >im-
-Ttir-.r.-f twenty mir._-.t- -*i-.h !<*a-
Van ���-.��������� \. bca an    i or amis ^irjr> ^.j ��},���, cojd out into
are  row   w,vrn   in   the  ewr.irj;   ^-^1 pi,^^   Have haJ: *h
Thc> are repU*.-<o by votes        ���   .-r;   | aucumhers cut in the sarr.t
I   "' *** 9***** se m-jv u. % _rd mis a^l-aith a mayor.r.air*.
.:    he BSjfcl  i* ire+i-.. mkuh hit itftn reducwl with hall
lisis Land Dac-ict -Datnot of Coast Ran** V
Taks aot.es tbat L SM iss, is A. Fnh ot Towner.
S.  D.  otanpatsoc  mercbaat.  intand  to  &$���*���*>
to p���-caase tb* !oJ*<-4 isectx
saaa-ed oa tb* aast
bca^ndnry aad about in rhsi*. fa-oat ths south-
mm etrtm ol Let tm  thsoss north *.* naans.
���ast  M chatna.  ibence south  W  et* -,
mem ** ****** t* pom si
.-���*..*... BENJAMIN A. FISH
Pab. My ib. Fred E. CewsA. .\��e-.
i Land Dacrirt���Dtau-vt at Ca
-a*.- *   1
s: s post *-aar'.*d t.' rha.ns south
wast cf the tonhwwjt consr ..'
La-t 1ML 1 slsss, \*isrj. I -wc-v-t ol Coast h*-<<
I. j>��� wast *: csaaas. thaoca aouth ��� r*iia
thene* ssat N cha*****. I lisnes north tt ****** u
***** et sssasssust.
knbad ins Irtu. ll:l 5T.VNLEY GB.EC.N
SEagat
THE IR0(
POOL I
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PIANOFORTE IH
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P-ap.      --   ���
Room tt.  MdafSd
.a*ens Laad DsserKt-tSaisnn at .'in a-
Tak* noons tbat L T-h-aas Carar. st* Pn��c��
���   '���  ����'�� *      -   - >������ ' ...k of *��� hipped cream.   WtolSST***************^***~
'**      ��� r,*��uhlv  Wended  heap li��htl> LStrtt ^iri tttSa��S#S
, l�� ���*** Wt ftassa tb* bsni-. tbenc* ���
d��rr lettUCe lea\t>    awtb. tine* * ctW-is w**. tneac ��.
*.**.th. th*anc* east a* cbaias u pott at *
Inrcvkwearther-   " '  '   ���  iWck lightly with paprika, and *��rv
-- y- '     *��.h cri>p cheese wafer*.
.-\ntoir*. - 	
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. -.    Die* r.��*rd
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B-. ar mj;erk��ui arrar-jtment
mav MSbshsaeyl-bAss-aa-*
laailu i u< *r ���*   sheds which i�� SS msm^^-jl!rm"
tanr*; urk-aded froan  :h< ba*rqu��  %*mmTt**sfT'i\\Cmt -
.  . .     .    _    ..........    r^.:.. y.
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-    *aunly
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W hit* Clo%���� N����d��d
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eaaacii bas aai   ftt   m**
tuark   sasch au<p*CM*��s  occ*��*k<��
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M I    ar-d    mi*   U:er    -
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jmaautcr   of   Qur.t*...    .:   t*x
&    - Usaask ciaeaa.   TV Si
gasssai        .  ���- -.  *af -
-ij�� 'ii�� price
e * e
Hars \V*T��r>t- . - .-
+���21 tar  od  -.bt   lisiamd
\txAt* thrre mb
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a*.Yvec��aa to a i-tJMi*M��it by alaai*
inn,*, ..aa** PSwap-Dsscjstr *f v*s*t juanc* I
T     r,       Taa* tact* that Percy tt IS Ate it Pr-io, E.-
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a ��� a a eras l ana*
C*�� a is i. aa nt s pew. po-atad x ths -sfl tai.
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Lt   -MMswtasnsMnakati
For rew boats and  la*-r.che* **X2*m   *
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ft ��� f aaa trrts a/ taa Xaaw -a*r    t-^
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Fains For Sale
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160 .acres, $20.00 per acre
BULKLEY VALLEY
160 acres, $10 per acre; 320 acres
$10 per acre
SKEENA RIVER
163 acres, $12.60 per acre
for a licence
. , ..own on aUd
following describe*, lands on the Weat
lsnd.
Commencing at a post plantad two mllea eaat
of the northeast corner of C. L. No. 4478 thenco
80 chsins east, thence 80 chains south, thenc* 80
chslns woat, thence 80 chains north to point of
commencement*
AUSTIN M. BROWN, .Locator
Date of Location 31m July 1911.
Puh. Auk* 17.
Skeena Land District    District of Queen Charlotts
lalsnds
Take notioe that Austin M. Brown of Princa
Rupert, saddler, intenda to applv to the Chief
Commissioner oi Lands and Worka for a licence
to proapect for eoal, oil and petroleum on and
under the following deacribed lands on the Wait
Coaat of Graham Island:
Commencing at a post plantad two miles east
of the northeast corner of C. L. No. 4478 thencs
soulh 80 chains, thenoe west 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thenca aast 80 chslns to point of
cum mencement.
AUSTIN M. DROWN, Locator
Located -Diet July, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeena Land District���District of Queon Charlette
Islands
Taka notice that Auatin M. Brown of I'rince
Rupert, occupation saddler, intends to apply
to the Chief Commiaalonsr of Landa and Worka
for a licence to proapect for coal, oil and petroleum
on and uftder the following described lands on tba
West Coaat of Graham laland:
Commsnclng at a poat plaaAad two miles east
of the southeast corner ot C. L. No. 4477 thenoa
80 chains north, tbence 80 chains eaat, thanca 80
chaina south, thence 80 chsins west to point of
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN,
Located 31st July, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skaana Land District - -District of Quean Charlo tt
Islands
Take notice that Austin M. Brown of Prinoe
Rupert, aaddler, intenda to spply to the Chief
Comralsaionar of Lands and Works for a licence
to proapect for coal, oil and petroleum on and
under the following deacribed lands on the Weat
Coaat of Graham Island:
Commencing at a poat planted two milaa eaat
of the aoutbea t corner of C. L. No. 4477 tn*mcs
80 chaina west, thence 80 chains north, thenca 80
chaina east, thence 80 chains aouth to point of
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Located 31st July, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeens Lsnd District���DUtrlct of Quean Charlott
Islands
Take notice thst Austin M. Brown of I'rince
Rupert, occupaUon saddler. Intends to apply to
the chief Commiaaioner of Landa and Worka for
a licence to proapect for coal, oil and petroleum
on and under the following deacribed lands on tbe
West Coast of Graham laland:
Beginning at a poat planted three miles east o
the northeaat corner of C. L. No. 4474 thence 80
chaina east, tbence 80 chaina aouth thonce 80
chsins west, thencs 80 chains north to point of
commencement.
AUSTIN 1.1. BROWN, Locsto
Located Auguat Iat, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeena Land District���Diatrict of Queen Charlotte
Islands
Take notice that Austin M. Brown of Prince
Rupert,   occupstlon   saddler,   Intenda   to   apply
to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for a licence to proapect for coal, nil and petroleum
on and under the following described landa on the
j Weet Coast of Graham laland:
Commencing at a poat planted three milea eaat
I of ths northeast corner of C. L. No. 4474 thence
! 80 chaina south, tbence 80 chaina weat, thence 80
: chaina north, tnence 80 chains aast to point ot
, commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
| Located Auguat 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeena Land District���District of Queen Charlotte
lalanda
Taka notioa that Austin  M. Brown of Princa
Rupert,   occupsllon   saddler,   Intends   to   apply
to the Chief Commiaaioner of Lands and Works
for a licence to proapect tor coal, oil and petroleum
un and under the foUowing described lands on the
, Wast Coast uf Graham Island:
Commencing at a poat planted threa milea eaat
of the northeaat corner of C. L. No. 4471, thence
��� 80 chslna eaat, thance 80 chaina aouth, thence 80
chaina woat, thance 80 chains north to point of
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN. Locator
Located August 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Land Disuict���District ot Queen Charlotte
Islands
I     Tske notioe thst Austin  M. Brown or Princa
Rupert, aaddler by occupation, intenda to apply
' lo the Chief Commiaaioner of Lands and Worka
i for a licence to prospect for coal, oil and petroleum
on and under toe following described lands oo the
1 Weat Cout of Graham laland:
Commencini at a post planted time miles sast
of tbe northeast corner of C. L. No. 4471 ihenee
south 80 chains, thenca west 80 chaina, tnence
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chsins to point
uf commencement.
AUSTIN   M.   BROWN,   Locator
Located August 1st, 1911.
! Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Land Diatrict���District of Queen Charlotu
Islands
Taks notice that Auatin M. Brown of Prlnea
Rupert, occupation aaddler, intends to spply to
the Chief Commiaaioner of I-ands and Works for a
licence to prospect for coal, oil and petroleum on
and under the follownig described lards on tho
Waat Coast or Graham lslsnd:
Commencing at a poet planted three milaa eaat
ot the southeast corner of C. L. No. 4470 thence
north 80 chslns, thence east 80 chsins, thence
south B0 chslna, thence west 80 chsins to point of
com mencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN,
Located August 1st, 1911.
= THE COSY CORNER =
DEVOTED  PRINCIPALLY  TO  THE INTERESTS  OF  WOMEN
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
This Is a little section of ths 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, snd 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,
PHILANTHROPIC FAD
But   It  Means  Much  for  the
Babies
Then* are fads in philanthropy,
just as in everything else where
the fashionable womr.r is concerned. Last yew and the year
before it was woman suffrage,
but this aer.son it set ins to be
babies. In New York ci.\ a
coterie of the exclusive society
womei* have liartled together to
help the in. .1 hers of the poor save
their babies' li\es during the summer.
Milk si.uions have been established, and the 8300,000 which
these rich women have collected
will be th voted to the work. Mrs.
J. Borden Harriman, who has
been Identified with many of the
philanthropic movements of the
smart set, i*. at die head of this
project. Over sixty depots are
to be opened where milk will be
distributetl to the poor and whence
doctors and nurses will be sent to
instruct tenement mothers how
to bring up their children. The
secretary of the milk committee,
Mrs. Ida White Parker, si'id:
"Women of foreign lands in Niw
York do not understand caring for
children here under totally different
climatic conditions.
"Out of 125,000 babiea born
in New York city annually 10,000
die under one year of age. Of
these mere than 8,000 waste away
for lack of proper food and care.
During a two weeks' boated period
l.*-i summer 1,005 babies died.
It has been proved that this waste
of life could be much reduced if
mothers were taught how to feed
and care for babies and if pure
and properly prepared milk were
supplied at prices which they could
afford to pay."
BE   CONTENT
O heart  of   mine,   we  shouldn't
Worry so!
What we've missed  of calm we
couldn't
Have, you know!
What we've met of stormy pain,
And of sorrow's driving rain,
We can belter meel again,
If it blow.
We have erred.in that tlark hour
We have known,
When   the   tears   fell   with   tlu
shower,
All alone���
Were not shine and shower blent
.\s the gracious Master meant?
Lev us temper our content
With His own.
For, we know, not every  morrow
Can be sad;
So, forgetting all the sorrow
We have had,
Let us fold away our fears,
Aid put by our foolish tears,
And through all the (timing years
Just be glad!
���James Withcomb Riley
FASHION S FANCIES
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
3-Man-i Ave., Sri-Ma Rsspart, 1*C.
Very few feather wraps or sen-Is
are now worn in the evening.
They are replaced by voluminous
scarfs of painted gauze or iimu���
saline, or, if the night is fresh,
by lovely ermine stoles, with no
black tails in them.
In neckwear the prominent French novelties are fichus in Marie
.Antoinette and Charlotte Corday
Styles and the one-sided effects
in jaliots. These jabots are noted
as the* firishi'g touches on. ihe
COSttlflMS of the most smartly
dressed women.
White Clovas Needed
No cases in the police court yesterday but our generous city
council has not yet seen fit to
mark such auspicious occasions
by the presentation of white gloves
lo the Magistrate.
"Bull" Durham, the pitcher who
went to the Giants with "Rulx.-"
M.'i.pi.ir.l and was later with
Toronto, has been let out as
manager of Charleston of the
South Altantic circuit. The Sally
Leaguerers could not afford to
pay him his price.
ooo
Hans Wagner, Pittsburg's great
batter, will be off the diamond
for at least three weeks because
of the injury to his right ankle,
according to a stacment by Manager Clarke of the Pirates.
Princess an Author
Her Highness the Marhanai of
Baroda has, with the eo-o|)C'raiioii
of a well known literary man.
mitten B book under the title of
"The Position of Women in Indian
Life." The Maharatti is one of
the advanced women of India and
has travelled extensively. Her
Highness, with the Gwaikor of
B&roda, was with their daughte-r.-
and a large suite in Toronto last
summer, going on to Quebec l)*,
boat. The ladies attracted much
attention by their beauty and gract
of manner, and were greatly admired by all who had the privik-gi
of meeting them.
Sweetbread Salad
Prepare sweetbreads by simmering twenty minutes with seasonings ar.d when cold cut into
small pieces. Have half the amount of cucumbers cut in the same
way and mix all with a mayonnaise-
whit h has been reduced with half
its bulk of whipped cream. When
thoroughly blended heap lightly
into nests of tender lettuce leaves.
fleck lightly with paprika, and serve
whh crisp cheese wafers.
Long   Lumber Lift
By an ingenious arrangement of
vviri- ro|x* hauls and lifts the heavy
lumber for snow sheds which is
being unloaded from the barque
Carondelet is being transferred
right on to the cars across the
whole breadth of the G. T. P.
wharf.
For row boats and launches
telephone 320 green. Davis'
Boat House.
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BBPSfiOc UP
Skeena Land District���District ot Coast Range V
Take notico thut Josho M. Tallman of Cedar
Rapids, Iowa, occupation lawyer, intends to
upply for permiasion to purchuae the following
described lands:
Commencing ut u post plantod on tho southerly
shore of KuUymateen Inlet on the right bank
of a small stream flowing into suid Inlet just oast
of Crow Lake. Thence south 20 chains, thence
west 20 chains more or less to the shore line of
Crow Luke, thence northerly and easterly following the Nhore lines of Crow Lake, the Inlet
to Crow Lake and Kutxeymateen Inlet to tho
place nl commencement, containing forty acros
more or less. Located August 7, 1011.
Dated Aug. 0, 1911. JESSE M. TALLMAN
Pub. Aug. 12.
Skeena Land District���DUtrlct of Coaat Range 5
Take notice that  Sarah E.  Alton  of   Prince
Rupert, occupation  nurse,  intenda to apply for
permission  to purchase the following  described
lands:
Commencing at a poet planted at tho Northwest corner 140 chaina easterly (slightly north)
from tho northeast corner of Lot 1116 (Harvey
Survey) Coast Diatrict, Range V, thence 80 chains
oast, tnence 80 chains south, thenoe 40 chains
west, thence 40 chaina north, thence 40 chains
west, thence 40 chaina north to post of commencement containing 480 acres more or leas.
Dated June 14, 1911. SARAH K. ALTON
Pub. July 16. Fred Bohler, Agent
Skeena Land DUtrict���Diatrict of Coast Range 6
Take notce that Ltnford Sewoll Bell of Prince
Rupert, B. C*. occupation locomotive engineer,
Intends to apply for permission to purchase the
(ollowing described lands:
Commencing at a poat planted on the north
bank of the Ziraogotita River about three (3)
miles distant (upstream) in a westerly direction
from the junction ot the Little Zimogotiu River
and the main Zimogotiu River, thence north 40
chaina, thence west 40 chsins, thonce south 40
chains, thenca east 40 chains to poat of commencement conUining 160 acres more or less.
Dsted June 7, 1911. LINFORD SEWALL BELL
Pub. July 8. Geo. R. Putnam. Agent
Casslar  Land   DUtrict-DUtrict   of   Skeena
Take notice tbat I, Lemuel Freer ot Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for parmiaaion
to purchaae the following dearibedr landa:
Commencing at a poat planted on the ahore
in a northerly direction from Port Nelson Cannery
marked L. K.'a S. K. Comer, thence 20 chaini
north, thonce 20 chains west, thenee 20 chaina
aouth to ahore Una, thence along the ahore to
point of commencement, containing 40 acres more
or less.
Dated June 10, 1911 LEMUEL FREER
Pub. July 8. J. M. Collison. Agent
Skeena Land District���DUtrlct of Coast Range V
Take notice that I, Peter Erickson of Prince
Rupert, laborer. Intend to apply for permission
to purchaae tbe following doacribed lands:
Commencing at a post plsnted on the north
bank of Williams Creek where the railway right-
of-way crosses and 3 chains bsck from the creek
bank, thenoa aouth 30 chains, thenoa taut 40
chains, thence north 30 chains, thenco west 40
chaina to point of commencement.
Dated July 7, 1911. PETER ERICKSON
Pub. July 26. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
Skeena Land District-Diatrict of Coast Range 6
Take notice that I, Alexander Clacher. of Dear-
horn, Manitoba, occupation farmer. Intend to
apply for permiaalon to purchaae the following
deacribed landa:
Commencing at a post planted at the south
west corner of lot 3065, district of Coaat, Range 6,
a tuated about 6 1*2 mllea in a aouth eaaterly direction from Breckenridge Landing, marked A.
C, north weat cornor; thence south 80 chains,
thence eatt 80 chains, theace north 60 chsina
more or leaa to touth eaat corner of lot 3062,
thence west 40 chaina more or leaa to south weat
corner of lot 3062, thence north 20 chains mora
or less to south east oorner of lot 3066. thence
west 40 chains more or less to point of commencement, -containing WO acres more or laaa.
ALEXANDER CLACHEK
.     Donald Clacher, Agent
Date June 2nd. 1911
Pub. June 24th. 1911
Land DUtrict���DUUict ot Coast Rsngs V
Take notica that I, John Evenson ot  Prince
Rupert, Uborer, intend to apply for permission
to purchaao the following deacribed landa:
Commencing at a post plantod at tbe southeast corner of Lot 4416, tbence north 80 chaina!
tbence east 60 chains, thence eouth  SO chslns,
ihence west 60 chaina to point of commencement.
Datad July 18, 1911. JOHN EVENSON
Pub. July 26. Fred E. Cowall, Agent
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict ot Coast Range V
Take notica that I, Benjamin A. FUh of Towner,
N,   I'.,   occupation   merchant,   intend   to  apply
(or permission to purchase tbo following deacribed
Commencing at a poat planted on the east
boundary and aboul live chains from tha southeast corner of Lot 4484, tbence north 60 chsins,
thenca eaat 30 chaina, ihence south 60 chaina,
thence weat 30 chaina to point of commencement.
Daled June 24, 1911. BENJAMIN A. FISH
Pub. July 26. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
kcama Land DUtrict���DUtrlct of Coast Range 6 j
Taka   notica   thst   Stanley   Ureen   of   Prince ���
Rupert, B. C, occupation miner, inunda to apply
for parmiaaion to purchase the following described >
Commencing st a post plsnted 40 chains south |
and 40 chains weat of lne northwest corner ot
1-a.it 1733, Lakolae Valley, DUtrict of Coaat Range
Second
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FR.ANK D. KEELI
WHOLESALE ANI. I1KTAII. IHO*]
Phone No. 200 P. 0.1
PRINCE RUPERT. B.(
PIANOFORTE LES
For Beginner* anil Ailvancc.il
MiaaVeraGreenwo
Pupil of Frans Wllct*k. I'an. ,-JI
Lot 1.33. Lskclee Valley, DUtrict ol Coast Hsnf* I ,,.      _,     , ,,
���>, lhanc* wast 40 chains, thenca south SO chains. I Room   28.    Alder Block Lpl
thenee raai 40 chains, tbenc* nonh SO chains to I
point ol fomraeni.mi.nl
Staked Juno 30lh. llll
Pub. July IS.
STANLEY GREEN
Locator
Skeena Land District-District of Cssalsr
Take notioe that I. Thomas Carter, of Prince
Rupert, occupation carpenter. Intend  to apply
for Dci-mlsslon (o purchase th* following desenbed land.
Commencing at a post plsnted about one mile
���outh from the mouth of Kslls creek and sbout
If) foet bsck from the beach, thenee HO chains
north, thenee 40 chains west, thence SO chains
aouth. thenoe east 40 chain, topoinlof commencemenl. containing .12U scree more or I.*,..
TII..MAS CARTER.
Dated July 7th, 1,11.    Charles Webster Calhoun,
Pub. An,. Ith. Agent.
Skasns Land District���District ol Cosst Hans* V
Taka   notlee  that   I.   Psul   listen   of   Princ*
Rupart. labor**, inund lo spply lor permusion
to purchase lhe foilowlni described lands:
Commencing st a post plsnled on the north
bank ol Williams Creek sbout 60 chains soulh-
snat Irom It. It. thenee eouth 40 chains, thenee
east 40 chains, tbenc* nonh 40 ehslns, ihsnc*
wast 40 chsins to point ol commenremont.
Imtad July ;. mil. PAI.'L IIAOEN
Pub. July ti. Fred E. Cowell. Aieot
Skeena Land District-District of Coast Range I
Take notice thst Percy M Miller of Prince Ru.
pert. B.C.. occupstlon Civil Engineer, Intends to
���pply for permission to purchsae the following
deecribed lands:
Commeneing at a post plsnted on the left lank
of McNeil River at north wesl comer of lot 440H
K. V . thence east 20 chslns more or less to westerly boundary of Umber limit 646 (old number
4061C) Ihence northerly following said westerly
boundsry of limber limit 00 ehslns more or less
to north west corner of ssid timber limit, thence
westerly 10 chsin* mare or less lo left bank of
UrN'ril Rlvsr. thence southerly follnwine said
left hank of McNeil River HI chains mor* or less
lo point of commencement, containing 100 acres
more or leas.
PfcRCY M. MILLER,
.       .��.���.. E. Klesmsn, Agsnt
Pste June II. llll
Pub. Jul, IS, llll
Skesna Land District���District of Caaslar
Taka notias lhal I, Jam*. Wobater Esplin ol
Stewsrt. lit, occupallon    suctionsar, inland to
epplyhr permission to   purchsss   th*   loUowing
ilsssnban lands:
Commandng at s post plsnted on tha right
hank ol ths Nsss riv.r about nine miles sbove
lh* lorka ol the Nsas river, Ihence south 80 ehslns,
thenee weet 80 chains, thenee north 80 ehslns,
thene* east 80 chsins to point ol commencement,
containing 640 acres mor* or tea*.
^- _. a* t .. .J.AMES WERSTER ESPLIN
Datad Msrch 24, llll. Prank Sidney Wright, Agt
Pub. May 17.
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REAL  ESTATE
KiUumkalum Und For S
KITSUMKALUM
S. O. E. B. S.
The Prinoa Rupert L*i.**. **�����*!
England. m**U the Drat SS 1 IhirJ IJ��
each month in the Son, of BogMM !Wf
al 8 p.m.
F. V. CLARK, fee-
VAX vs-iim
ERNEST A. WOODS, l-rcilant. B��S|
MISS ELSIE FROU
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Teacher of Piano. Violin I
Voice Culture.
2nd Ave,
Between 7th & Hth BU
PrisH
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director and
CHARGES III.A   '-.ABU
THIRD   AVENUE     PHOStI
OPEN DAY AND KM
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS asn i.MllAO"
Funeral  I'n*     "
Srd Ave. near 6th 81. P1"""
The Continental Trust Co., Ltd*
I   AUTHOaiZKO CAMTAL $500,000  I
OFFICERS.
WM. T. KERGIN. M.D.. President DAVID H. HAYS. 1*1 VicePres.
M. J. HOBIN, 2nd Vlc*.Pr*e. and Manager
JAYKUGIMR. Secretary-Treasurer C. B. PETtZRSON. Au'l. Manager
lixn ular anel Administrator Reals*** or Assignee Farm Lands and Mine*
Real Estate and Insurance      Agent For Care of Real Ellalt      EscmsP Agent*
Fiscal Agents Truster* Registrar and Trantfm Agenl
Trustee Under MnHgage and Dud* af Trvtl
Soft Deposit Vault and Bout Collections
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT, 4 pe, cent, on Deposits
We will lie pleased to anawer any Inquiries rewarding lnve.im.nu In Princ* Rupert
and Northern British Columbia.
Tim Continental  Trial  Company,  Limited,   523?
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Land Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct ol Caaslar
Take notiss Ihst I, Alfred Uerryman Wllllsm,
of  Prince  Runert,  B.  C��� occupstlon  merclisnt
!"��,2 ��*�� ���PP'r 9* Permission to purcbaae the
lollowlng described landa:
Commencing at a poet planted about (I) two
rail*, aouth ot the forka ol tha Whlta and Flat
rivers, thance 80 ahalns south, thsne* 80 chains
weal, thenc* 80 chaina nonh, tbenc* 80 chains
essl.
ALFRED DERRYMAN  WILLIAMS
2*i�����a**,f!a18' *****     *''*<*���' s* I'laston, Agsnt
Pub. May 13.
Skeena Land Dlitrict
District of Coaat, Range 6.
Take notice that Wm. Francis Nicholson, of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
locomotive fireman, Intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
north bank of the ZIm-o-got-itx river,
about two miles up stream in a westerlv direction from the Junction of the
little Zitn-o-got-itx river and the main
Zlm-o-got-ltz river, and marked Wm.
Francis Nicholson's south-east corner,
I thence north 40 chains, thence west 40
chains, thence south 40 chains more or
less to shore line of river, thence east
40 chains more or less along shore line
, of river to poet of commencement, containing 160 acres more or less.
Wm. Francis Nicholson,
r, . j , ,   .- Geo* R* Put-man, agent
Dated July 17, 1911.
..Grand Hot
Worklnflman'*. Home
Spring Beds, clean WW* >ht<"|
Rooms 50c
BEST   IN   TOWN   TOU THI
CEO. BRODERIUS P'op'*****!
Hotel Central SJ-ftl1
European and Amen ." .''"'lutsl
heated, modern c.mveni'i'***-
11.00 to 12.10 per ds>.
Peler Black
Pr.Pl
Notice to Credit"**
Take Notico that all <-rL'li'"r',<'W
Morton  are  reqiiin.l  I" '
claims  properly prove" .
' Mllttfl
with the  Creditors
to  Williams &  Manson.
thr Assignee, on or baftW ���? JI
of September, 1911, afW**P
the assignee will proceeil  W
the estate among tbe cr.iliw"-
D. G. STUAUT. THE DAILY NEWS
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A FIT FOR EVERY FIGURE
NEW FALL STYLES READY
LOOK at these illustrations and
see how the 20th Century Brand
tailors have studied the anatomy
of every type of stature and have
solved the problem of how to make
clothes to fit every type. It's a
wonderful achievement in fine
tailoring and puts an end forever
to the theory that if a man is not
regularly proportioned he cannot
be fitted by wholesale tailors. It
guarantees a better fit than the
little custom tailor can give you,
and as for style it is a well-known
and acknowleged fact that 20th
Century Brand garments are the
most stylish clothes made in Canada by tailors big or little.
BENCH
TAILORED
^ CLOTHES
FOR MEN
LOOK at the three distinct types
in stout men--the tall stout, the
average height stout and the short
stout. Nine out of ten stout men
will come under one or other of
these types. The tenth man may
be very corpulent���no matter, there
is a perfect fit for him, too, from
individual measurements.
Look at the tall thin type and see
how cleverly the designer has
fashioned a style to suit his particular type of stature. We like
dressing the tall thin fellow-when
properly dressed he is very stylish.
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NEW FALL STYLES READY
THE regularly proportioned man
below average height will find in
20th Century Brand garments the
ideal fit and style for him. The
small man is usually a good dresser and insists on perfect fit. He
is entitled to it and will absolutely get it in 20th Century Brand.
The broad-shouldered, full-chested, erect athletic young man must
have garments that will do justice
to his manly proportions. Look
at type Athletic X, designed specially for him. Note the broad
shoulders, the full chest and the
shapely lines of the garment.
BENCH
TAILORED
CLOTHES
FOR MEN
THE regularly proportioned man of
mature years insists on genteel
styles without any extreme of cut
or fashion. The well-proportioned young man likes manly, stylish
clothes with a touch of youthful
ness about them and so does the
young man who is not blessed
with a particularly athletic figure.
In 20th Century Brand garments
every man, old or young, big or
small, stout or thin, can get
clothes appropriately styled and
perfect in fit.
New Fall styles are now being
shown. Be sure to see them before you buy.
TYPE LONG
TYPE REGULAR
TYPE YOUNG MENS
WE ARE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS
FALL AND
WINTER 1911-12
SIXTH STREET
SLOAN & COMPANY
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WHY I WILL VOTE AGAINST THE BY-LAW
(Continued Prom Page 2)
to me that the city cmld only
collect $15,000 per annum as general taxes, and if the property
holders of I'rince Rupert tlo not
waken up to the nature of this
agreement, 1 fear we are on the
verge of the l.iggt-st blunder that
has yet lieen made in our history.
If my Interpretation of the gection
is correct, we stand in Imminent
danger, ami I a>k each antl all
lo look into ihe matter carefully
ami defeat this bylaw.
"h may well lie asketl why Unpeople   should   consider   seriously
any such adjustment of tin G, T.
P. assessment. Many people appear to think that an adjustment
of this matter will settle our
money market so to speak, make
our securities unquestionable, and
cause a rise in real estate. By
what manlier of logic they arrive
at this conclusion, I know not.
How can a higher rate of taxes
uiion  ihe land held  by  private
owners in Prince Rupert increase
the value of real estate? How
can a decreased assessment add
to our security? Truly a tug-of-
war condition between the city
and the railway company is not to
be desired, but this may be better
than the condition which will
probably ensue when we and the
world   at   large   come   to   realize
that we have consented to bear
the burdens of the Grand Trunk
Pacific Railway Company. Under
the very worst conditions imaginable, the Grand Trunk Pacific
Railway Company could not reduce its annual taxation to anything like $15,000 per annum,
and the outside money lender
could quite easily be convinced of
this, hence how can such an
adjustment add to our security.
"The word padding in sections
7, 8, 0 and 10 means nothing for
these are merely ancillary to transportation and traffic and are governed by laws of economic necessity
more immutable and irresistible
that this agreement. The future
of Prince Rupert is assured and
there is no accelerating its progress
by trash agreements or retarding
its development by a railway company petulant over a few thousand
dollars of taxation. The great
danger is lest its progress be
stayed by a foolish shifting antl
irrational apportioning of the burden of taxation from the shoulders
of the giant to those of the pigmy
holder. Treat the railway company
fairly, but surely this sacrifice on
behalf of the people is too generous
and the efficacy of the agreement
too uncertain."
A PROPERTY HOLDER
MR. PETERS' LETTER
Dear Sir,���Owing to the position that I occupy as City Solicitor
I deem that it would be improper for me io take any active part in
any election affecting Municipal matters, but in your paper of the
20th inst. there appears an article which in my opinion should be
answered by me as I personally drew the contract in question. Thc
article is headed "Property Owner Points out Flaw in the Assessment
Agreement."The substance of the supposed flaw is that it would be
possible for the G. T. P. Railway to take a conveyance from the Townj
site Company of till lhe property owned by the Townsite and then
to claim exemption not only for the property origin;-!1'/ owned by the
Railway Company but also for the property nt-v. owned by the Town-
site Company. I have no hesitation iu Stating that as a matter of Law
such a proposition, to put it mildly, is absolute nonsense, antl any
one looking at the agreement winch is set out full in the bylaw will
notice that both the Railw-y Company antl the Townsite Company
are parties and by the very firsi recital in the agreement it is shown
that there is a question with regard lo lhe taxation of ihe lands belonging
to the Railway Company, and there is also a recital showing that
the T'.wnsite Company owns certain properties. The part of the
igreeiiieni, namely Sees. Nos. 11 ami 12 which relate to the fixing
of the amount to be taxctl clearly applies lo ihe property mentioned
in the first recital, which is the properly owned by the G. T. P. Railway
at the lime the agreement was made. I have no hesitation is stating
in lhe clearest manner so that every rate payer can have a full understanding of the mailer thiit it is perfectly clear that a transaction
such as that suggested in your article of the 20th Aug. is a perfect
impossibility and even if the Townsite Company were to attempt
such a thing���which is nol for a moment to be imagined���it would
be utterly futile. I venture to say that no lawyer of standing can be
induced to lay that any other construciion than that which I now
put upon the agreemeni is tenable.
.Again, in your paper of 80th inst. it is stated in very large letters
as follows���"Many Property Owners to be Disfranchised,"aiid in
your editorial you boldly state that every citizen of Prince Ruperl
who has purchased property since December 1010 is disfranchised,
and that all ilu.se persons who have sold their property since Dec.
1010 are to be voters instead. I would be greatly obligetl to you if
you would inform me who was the author of ihis very peculiar proposition. In poinl "f faci.and this is also a mailer which comes peculiarly within my Depattmenl every person who has taken the trouble
to give a proper Declaration to the Assessor up to within 5 days of
the date of the election will duly appear upon the list as a voter. The
Statute throws upon the Assessor the duty of making these changes
from time to time, and when the list is finally complete, which will
be in ample time for the election.il will In* found that thc very extraordinary point raised in your editorial is purely imaginary. If I
may be allowed for a moment to depart from my own particular department. I think it is a pity that newspapers should make Statements
<>f ilii-. description without at all events taking some pains to ascertain
if there is any foundation whatever for what they say. Fair comment
is always right, but your statement is not a comment it is simply
an incorrect Statement,    I remain,
Very truly yours,
FRED PETERS, Cily Solicitor.
The Graham Island Oil Fields, Limited
CAPITAL STOCK $1,000,000
We are offering for ISlt a very limited
amount of shares of Btock at 25c per share;
par value $1.00. These ahares are going
quickly and will soon he off the market     :    :
THE MACK REALTY & INSURANCE COMPANY
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SELLING AGENTS
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Read The Daily News
50c PER MONTH
"The News" Classified Ads.
���One Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
THEY   WILL   REPAY   A   CAREFUL   LOOKING   OVER-
Phone ISO
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Marine
Accident
Plate Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared While You Wait.
T.IK
Mack Realty & Insurance
COMPANY.
P.S. ��� IIouhcs and KonUiIn.
FreshFLOWERS
On S.S. Prince George, tomorrow morning
ARCTIC STUDIO, Bgfe&g
OPEN SUNDAYS
FIREHALL LOSES
A GOOD MAN
Leonard Porter on His Way to
Okanagan      Today Will
Run Ranch Now but Has
Left His Mark on Prince
Rupert Stumps.
Prince Rupen Fire Department
is losing a gootl man In Leonard
Porter who left for his ranch by
Okanagan Lake, Pcnticton, by
the morning's boal for the south.
Leonard Porter has been connected with the lire department
since a long lime previous to tin*
city's ineor*)oraiioii, when there
was only a volunteer brigade. He
has a thorough knowledge of tlu*
whole fire protection system of the
city, antl has been present at every
fire that has occurred in Prince
Rupert during his stay in ihe city.
It is certain thai his exertions
have saved many thousands of
dollars worth of property for Prince
Rupert cilizens, ami Chief Mclnnis will most certainly mi-*- him.
Leonard Porter's frequent regret was that the tin- department
of Prince Rupert was kept in
such a primitive Btagc l.y ihe
city council's sluggishness in this
direction. An energetic man him-
slef, he chafed at  the  tardiness
of lhe City Fathers, antl used to
work off his surplus energy wiih
Ilis fireman's axe upon the >tnli-
born stumps on the muskeg near
the Fire Hall. A Btlltnp nicknamed
"Aldennan Clayton" was one of
the first to get a move on towards
the fire hall stove after Fireman
Porter had interviewed it wil lilii-
little hatchet.
VOTING TOMORROW
The voting on the two money
by-laws takes place to-morrow at
the City Hall between 9a.m. and
7 p.m. A three fifths votes is
necessary to carry the by-laws.
Today begins ihe hunting si ason
A number of intrepid hunters have
set forth in the small hours armed
to the teeth. Venison figures
upon many restaurant menus in
what must surely be agreeable
anticipation.
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Money to Lonn on Prinoa Rupert ileal Eaute.
Atfreementa of salt1 Im>ukIiI.    P.O. BOI 9*��-
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Help Wanted
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Wanted a woman to work III) ImL'l out of town.
Apply Immediately at Kim: (loorite hotel. 199-2t
Uoy wanted at onee tn learn llic printing trade.
Apply News Olllce.
Boy Wanted-Apply al Ormi*'*��� Drug Store. 198-tf
Wantld���Good sired la.y tn help in kitchen and
make himself irem'rull)' useful. Apply James
Hotel. Srd Ave., corner nf Ml. Street. tf
Housework wanted, aluo vreihlng nnd Ironing by
Scotchwoman.    Third Ave., near Newe office.
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Wanted :l room coltiu-voKuo in. partly or wholly
furnished. Will Imm for U months If satis-
factory.   Apply nt A. VV. Bdgl Co. 2nd Ave.
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Wanted-Young active men's furnishings man
for warehouse. Apply tn person to J. Piercy.
Morris A Co. UMOO
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For Rent
Furnished house, cor. Sixth Avenue snd Young
St. Modern In every reaped. Phone 83 or call
Pattullo A Radford.' VAX-It
Furnished rooms wit). U-ith.
the week.   Talbot Houae.
Special rales by
166-tf
Neatly Furnished naun*. gentlemen preferred.-
Apply Mrs. Mullin. over MajesUc Theatre.     tf
Mclntyre Hall, f.n ...ni-erts, entertainments,
dances, etc.   Apply J. II. Rogers, phone 116.
Nice Furnished Rooma, Mrs. Greenwood, Alder
Block; Third Ave. 178-tf
For Rent-Sons of Kngland Hall, 2nd Ave., for
Dane.**. Fraternal Snfi.'liea, Socials, etc. Apply
Frank A Ellis. Boa m'.i or phone OS. ltW-tf
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
Two Went Below
By the Prince Rupert this morning there went below in charge of
the provincial police the young
Indian Campbell, sentenced to two
years in the penitentiary for shop
breaking at Port Fssington, and
a Jap who went crazy up river
recently. This is the first instance
of a Jap having gone crazy. The
race is, as a rule in this country,
particularly level headed.
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For Sale
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Launch 20 fert, in good runnintr order $110.   Apply Moorehouae. DOT Kth Ave. and Donald Street.
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For Sale���Chicken Krtnch. 2 Storey houae, houae-
hold itooda. Neat I'rino-r- Itupert. A anap If
taken at once.   A-Mreaa Box ���������>--. tf
Insurance
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OUR Companlra Bra notnl for prompt nnd juil
-.-ttl.-ii.iiit- W*. write every known claaa of
tnaurance. Thr V . .. Realty and Insurance Co.
Lost and Found
t��*symm*m*sj
Lout,   taut evenlntt Utweon Summit and  Fifth
A ������ ..rii !'���-t .-li, ������. ., amall btack purae eontalnini! three $ln hill* and aomc allvcr. Reward
on ii-ihi mi.i* same tu Newa ofllce.
\    BOYS!
Two Five Dollar bills to
be given away to bright
boya. See Mr. Munroe at
tht' Newa office.
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Tenders Wanted
Tender, wanted for clearing lots 1 snd 2. block
2.1, section 1. Specifications at ('. D. Newton's
��� Un .*. Kxihnnge Block. r*--.'"l
Your Last Chance
You will probably live.a long
lime before you will have another
opportunity to buy furniture such
.e> will he offered Saturday afternoon and evening, when Mr. I
A. Ellis, auctioneer, will sell under
the  hammer  the  bai;.pee of  linstock of the Brin Furniture Co.,
on Second avenue.
Everything must go regardless
of cost.
Pantorium Pioneer  Cleaners,
Phone 4.
DUNCAN  ROSS .
|Who will hold a great mating in the Mclntyre Hall tomorrow night
phone 301 r.o. BOX 81)1
PONY EXPRESS
SYSTEMATIC MERCHANTS' DELIVERY 8KRVICK
HaKiraKe, Storage and ForwardinR Agents.   For
Riga or Motor Car day or night
Seventh Ave. and Fulton Phone 301
...Whites Portland Cement...
G. C. EMMERSON
AGENT
Phone 125      Naden Block       Second Ave
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
OFFERS FOR SALE
One lot   Beach   Place, Section   1,
Block  5,   fine  location.     Priet
$2:,.r)0.    SI 000   cash.
One lot near McBride street, fronting   on   First   avenue   also   on
Market   Place.     Special   Price
SI800.   $l.r)00 cash.
FOR RENT
Offices on ground lloor on comer
Sixth street ami Second avenue
Prices, $85* 10-50-7.r) -12.r>.
FOR RENT
Store comer Second avenue antl
Seventh street.   Low rent.
Two lots Section S, Block 34, on
Eleventh avenue between Conrad and Frederick streets. Price,
1800 each, 1118 cash, balance
easy.
FOR SALE
Three room house ami lot on
Taylor street, 81250. $500 cash,
balance 0 antl 12 months.
ASK UNCLE JERRY
FEED STORE
We carry everything In the feed line, also garden seeds at the lowest msrket prices, at Collart's
olg F<ed Store, Market Place
PONY EXPRESS
Prompt Delivery
Phones 41 or 301
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USEFUL
PRESENTS
For all occasions can be
purchased from our up-
to-ilatc Btock of   :    :    :
Watches,    Jewellery   and
Souvenirs
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R. W. Cameron & Co.
G.T.P. Official   Watch   Inspector.
Cor. 6tn St. and Second Avenue.
PHONE 82
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You Can't Get The Slater %
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In Any Store That
Does Not Display
"The Sign of
The Slate."
The Sign of The Slate is your means of
identifying both the Slater Shoe Store and Th*
S/ater Shoe.
The Sign of the Slate is displayed outside all
stores authorized to sell The S/ater Shoe.
The Sign of the Slate is sewn inside all genuine
Slater Shoes.
Don't encourage substitution by going into
other stores and asking for The Slater Shoe.
Dealers may say they have something just as
good. Thousands and thousands of men and
women know that The S/ater Shoe has no equal
at the price.
We, and we alone, display The Sign of the
Slate in this city.
We, and we alone, in this city sell The Slater
Shoe, labelled with The Sign of the Slate.
Goodyear welted���with prices as fixed by the
makers. i��
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Sole Agents for Prince Rupert
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Launch Owners, Look nere/l
|   Plain Fads of a Vancouver to Prince  j
~-r^,^ j   Ruperl Poiuer Boal Cruise told in plain  \ .a-..-*.-*.-.-*
i   terms for Possible Purchasers. :   j
TWO Launches came into Prince Rupert Harbor tin* other diy.
Both were beautiful pleasure craft. Both had come from tin* Miuihoni
long cruise.   Both had fifty H. P. gasoline engines.
BUT one launch was towed by the other into harbor, uml hcaM
straight for the Rupert Marine Repair Wharf. To Mr. II. tUMim*
the Rupert Marine Ironworks her owners told a snd story. Hit fnp*
���NOT A "STANDARD"���had given trouble thc whole wuy Irom \i*
couver. Had it not been for the continual help of the Other launnw
disabled one could never have made the trip.
THE ENGINE OF THE OTHER LAUNCH WAS A [OTANDAMj-*
IT DID PRACTICALLY DOUBLE WORK ALL THE WAYJUg
NEEDED NOTHING FROM THE REPAIR MAN ON KKA< I IV-
RUPERT. THIS LAUNCH TOWED THE LAME LAI VI MOST
OF THE WAY AND ALSO LIT HER ELECTRIC U^. g>
MEANS OF A CONNECTING CABLE, WHICH IS -TOST ONE MOM
INSTANCE FROM ACTUAL EXPERIENCE TO PROM. IHAT
ftiftfe&A The "Frisco Standard"
Cut r.*|ir.'w*i�� tl*
cylinder t,|K*"m��
Btandanl <��������
Engine rires SU*'
126h.li.
Quick Mh*tl ���*;
aires fnm I h e i*1
cylinder n|.srsri*
AliENTS-
��� AVIS.*. 1 a". .-,
Rupert Marine Ironworks & Supply u
Olllce Phone: Blue ���
Well  Equipped  Repair Shop
P.O. Uox S1H
Works on Wharf
o-
JOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOt^
Ross Rally]
Committee Rooms
FRIDAY EVENING, SEPT. 1st
All supporters of Reciprocity are invited to attend.   -{0��
open every evening
Cor. 5th Street and 3rd Ave.
8.30
o'clock
}OOOOOOOOOOOOOC>OOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
oooooo"1
The Canadian General Electric Co., lijjj
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HEAD OFFICE:   TOHONTO
FACTOItlES:   PWKBB*
MANUFACTURERS OF EVERYTII1NO  ELECTBU'AI*
The Canada Foundry Co., Limited   -    Toronto
AIR COMPRESSORS
BOILERS
HOCYRUS STEAM SHOVELS
1IOI1.ER  FEED  PUMPS
CAST   PIPE
COCHRANE PEED WATER
HEATERS
CONCRETE  MIXERS
DMOQM
CAS ANI) OASOI.INE ENGINES
OAS   PRODUCERS
HOISTS
LOCOMOTIVES
MATHER & PLATT TURBINE  PUMPS
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I)IINAM.I*N'|U-
wolf* ,, , .,.*
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PUMP*--
pin"1'
PRINCE RUPERT BRANCH *"m4 Mc,","*BB0',ocl,'V.
GRAHAM KEARNEY, AGENT

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