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Twenty-four hours ending 5
Nov. 7
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kislativt Library
The Daily Ne
For south
-Prince Kupert Friday, 8 a.m.
Princes! May Friday, a.m.
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
VOL. II,  NO. 254
Prince Rupekt, B.C., Tuesday, November 7, 1911.
Price Five Cents
A Vote of Thanks Was Passed to the City Solicitor for His Service to the City���The
Defect in the By-law is to be Remedied by Special Legislation on Part  of
Government Without Vote���Bank of Montreal A grees to Lend Money
City Solicitor Petere at last night's
council meeting presented his report
,m his recent mission to Vittoria in connection with the refusal of the Bunk of
Montreal to fin nee the Hydro-electric
scheme on the ground thut the Hydroelectric By-luw wus illegul, two distinct
M*lii'inese being embneed in il in direct
contravention of the Municipal Cluuses
Act which provides that no money byluw on so include two undertakings
The  "Supposed   Error"
In his report which is a lengthy one
the City Solicitor maintained throughout that his hy I w was quite in order
from the first, and uses the phnae
"supposed error" in reference to the
difficulty. He asked that thc "supposed
error" be corrected by Public Act.
The Executive Cabinet, however, decided
that the matter had better be carried
out by Private Act, and the Provincial
Secretury was instructed by the Lieu-
it'tiinit Governor in Council to state to
Mr. Peters in writing that "The Council
nn- prepared at the coming session of
Parliament, to validate by way of
Private Act, the passage of the said
Mr. Peters emphasised in his report
the fact that he approached the Premier
and other Government authorities on
this subject "merely to remove from the
minds of our bankers any objections
which Ihey might be advised existed."
Bank Will Land Money
In his report Mr. Peters stated lhat
���tU r securing the written promise ol
(he Executive Council, hc had waited
on Mr. Sweeny of the Bank of Montrenl,
and that after Mr. Sweeny had consulted with Mr. III....nui. I.l. the bank's
solicitor, hc hnd agreed lo make
advances to the city. A condition of the
ndvnnces was that if thc Government
retracted its promise, then a petition
���>( Right by the Bank would lie.
A Vote of Thanks
On thc formal receipt ol this report
by thc cily council Inst night Alderman
Clayton moved a vote of thanks to the
City Solicitor for his service to thc
t-iiy in I'lTccting lhc passage of this by-lr.w
in Ihe Ibcc of opposition whose aim was
lo besmirch and prevent the passing ol
ihe measure.
Alderman Hilditch wished to endorse
the Empire's publication of u despatch
from Victoria to the effect that the
by-law must go again before the people.
He himself had been sure from the first
that the by-law was valid, but all the
same he was very pleased that the City
Solicitor had made good. He had never
doubted that Mr. Peters would make
good st ill and he was very pleased to see
that he had done so. Now the various
critics of thc by-law would have to take
to the woods.
Alderman Morrissey had "extreme
pleasure" almost beyond expre sion in
fact, in supporting the tendering of a
vote of thanks to thc City Solicitor.
The City Solicitor was indeed the
while haired boy.
In a lew "well chosen remarks," as it
seems appropriate to phrase it. the
Mayor tendered the almost adoring
vote of thanks irom the council. In
this. He took occasion to condemn tlu*
Press of Prince Rupert for its attitude
to thc by-law, particularly the "I told
you so*" attitude of the Daily News, and
silence the City Solicitor rose to reply.
He had only done his plain duty, he
said. He was alwuys of opinion that
lhc by- aw should contain the two
schemes, and if he hud to do the thing
fifty times over hc would "repeat the
same dose" He had maintained from
the beginning that the by-law wrs good.
He maintained so now. Thc Attorney
General's Department hnd endorsed
his opinion after careful comidcration
Hc might lay the unction lo his soul
that hc was nl least not alone in his
opinion. His only reason for going to
Victoria "to get this supposedly illegal
by-law ratified" was to satisfy thc
Concluding Mr. Peters said;   "If  I
had taken another course I might have
marred lhe who e scheme, and then  I
would have been failing in my duty."
Produced Press Despatch
Alderman Newton arose to the defence
ol "this dreadful press" remarking lhal
r.t least one of "those horrible *******
papers" did not intend to do the city
injury. He produced thc original telegram sent hi* i'.'1'i-r from Victoria, l>>
"a thorough newspaperman." He wished
to impress on the City Solicitor that any
comments made in his paper had not
been to knock Mr. Peters or the by-law.
Alderman Hilditch commenting on
this stated thi t il was not so much
Alderman Newton's paper he had meant
us the "I told you so" editorial. He
thought, however, that Alderman Newton might have wired the City Solicitor
at Victoria for particulars before publishing his own press despatch. He
condemned the Daily News editorial
which, us he said, "we have all read."
The Mayor then read Mr. Newton's
original press despatch aloud in quite
a noticeable silence throughout the
City Hull and there the matter closed.
Board to be Supplied the   Gang at
City Expense
Telephone linesmen employed on the
Woodworth lake phone system under
construction arf to be bosrded at the
city's expense it the surveyors camp-
according to report ol the telephone
Appeal  to City for Fubscription to
S. A. Funds as Parting Donation
S. A. Ensign Johnstone wrote the
council last night mentioning his ap-
pr. aching farewell to Prince Rupert, and
requesting a small grant from the city
to enable him to fulfil all indebtedness
to the city before his departure. Referred
to finance committee.
Ladies' Suits���advance samplt a���
tailor mude blue serges, sarin lined���less
than Vancouver prices. ���Wullace's.     2t
Gross Oversight on the Part of the Finance Committee -Discovery Causes Another
Undignified Quarrel at the Council Board Between Hilditch, Newton and
Clayton   Is Said to be Result of Spite Work on Part of One Alderman
Neither the City Tieasurer nor the
City Assessor and Collector has been
Utlder Fidelity Bonds for the past three
months. The appalling discovery wus
made a week ago by Alderman Hilditch,
who drew the attention of the council
to the tact last night.
Alderman Newton explained lhat he
as number ol the finance commit tie hatl
long ago brought up this mattir, and
thought thut the City Clerk had followed instructions tnd arranged for the
Insurance. He was surprised thut this
had not been done but the responsibility
rested with the City Clerk.
So was Alderman Kirkpatrick who said]    Alderman Newton-"Oh, yes. I am for
that   up  till  that   very  night  hc  hnd [ your action shows that you think so."
thought thc City Treasurer and Assessor I    Alderman Clayton���Well this is all
THE CITY IS Se FOR $50,000
Several Contractors Issue Writs Claiming Large Sums of Money,
Alleged to be Due on Their Grading Contracts
Contractors Claim That Delays Were Caused by the City Engineer's Department
and by the Council in Not Granting Them Police Protection  During the
Strike   Cases Will  Probably Come up for Hearing at the Civil
Assizes to be Held in Prince Rupert at End of Month
English   Capital ate  Buy   on   Third
Avenue at $460 per Foot Frontage
Prices Hold Firm.
Some in!cresting rent estate transfers
arc reported by Messrs. O. M. Hclgor-
son, Ltd., In their list of sales for Octolicr
as follows:
Lots 6 and 6, Hlk. It, Sec. 1, price
���23,000; H. J. Fairlic to S. Harrison 4
Co., for English clients.
Lot 47, Blk. 34, Sect. 1, price $6,100;
J. W. Bell to Jerry Bonncau
Lot 46, Blk. 17, Seel. I, price $2,476;
W. S. Hall to local parties.
Lot 26, Blk. 7, Sect. 1. price $1,700;
W. S. Hall to Edward Patterson.
Lot 9, Blk. 31, Seel. 6, price $726; H.
B. Crossett lo H. Daggett
Lots 13 and 14, Blik. 23. Sect. fi. price
$1,600;  F. J. Kilncr to Mat Brown.
Lot 41, Blk. 7, Sect, fi, price $950; W.
K. Lemon, Spokane, to J. T. Moore.
Lot 67, Blk. 6, Sect. 7, price $550;
Roy Walters, Portland, to U. L. New-
Lot 6, Blk. 12, Sect. 7, price $750; H.
McGregory to J. T. Moore.
Lot 8, Blk. 12. Sect. 7, price $900; W.
Shaw to Peter Mikkelson.
Lots 78 and 79. Blk. I. Sect. 7. price
$1,400; Peter Mikkelson lo H. Me-
Lot 11, Blk. Mi Sect. 8. price $250; 1,
Corcoran to M. Carroll.
Lot 26, B'k. 34. Sect. 8. price $225; F.
W. Dowling lo Charles M. Young
Lot 27, Blk. 34, Sect. 8, price $226: F.
W. Dowling to M. Sands.
Lot 18 and 19, Blk. 1, Sect. 8, price
$860; E. Rich to W. B. Kerr and John
McLain. ���.
Lot 28, Blk. 34, Sect. 8, price $225; W.
F. Dowling to Dan MoU-llnn.
Lot 29, Blk. 34, Sect. 8, price $226; W.
F. Dowling to local parties.
Lot 12, Blk. 12, Sect. 8, price $170;
Kathryn Heck, Seattle, to S. Turner.
Pantorium  Pioneer Cleaners. Phone 4.
llemniliii) Survey I'uii) .Mile In lift
TIhiIhi. Tiki. Mill,,,, _*��� Mlle-i, of
\..i Hi. ��� i Ocean.
Uawson, Nov. 7.���J. I). Craig. In
. Iiarci- iit the Canadian division or
Iho int. in.iiiiitiiil boundary survey
parly, running lhc line between
Aluskn ami Caiindn, who has completed operations for the winter on
the I'ore iiplne Illver. says:
"The line was carried praitloally
In lbs shores of lhe Arctic Ocean,
uml the other depart incut* of the
work  were ndiniued so far thai no
trouble is anticipated in rnmpiciing
Hie Yukon tther-Antli' Otonn section
next season.
"Contrary to expectations, timber
nnd horse feed were found in practically all the valleys lo within 25
miles tif the Arctic. The sitae k came
ihrouKh the season In splendid condition."
Mayor Gave Away lhe Grand Trunk
Co.'s Tree for Firewood
The toll spruce which threatened the
electric light planl live wires was cut
down by order of thc council some
!lime ago. The Idled wood lay on Ihe
I ground until application was made by
a party for permission lo cut It up
for firewood. The Mayor gBve permission without consulting the council,
nnd laat night Alderman DoiikIiis made
enquiry about It. He declared lhal he
himsell had refused permission to Chiiic-
men asking lhc same privilege, und
thought the wnotl should huve boon
used by the city for the light plant.
The Mayor's action was upheld by
ilu' council though Altlernian Ililtlitrh
declared that the wood was the poo|n*rty
ol the C. T. P. and could nol bl given
away by the city.
Writs have been served upon the City
of Prince Rupert by three of the principal
contructors lor the grading ol city
streets the sums claimed as admugis
representing about $60,000. Contractors
S. P. McMordie & Co., S. H. Watson
& Co., and Frank Kelly are concerned.
S. P. McMordie claims $35,000 and S. H.
Watson $12,000, while Frank Kelly's
claim on account ol the Hays Cove and
Eighth Avenue contract is $675. Other
writs are also r������ mling.
l.i night the Frank Kelly and S. H.
Watson writs were served on the city,
and thc council henrd them read by the
city clerk. Nothing definite WM done
about them, and this morning they
rest in thc hands of the City Solicitor
along with n new one referring to the
S. P. McMordie contracts, and representing a claim for $36,000. Tonight
the city council meets again when morc
may be heard of this mutter.
City Engineers at Fault
Briefly thc claims of Messrs. Watson
und McMordie are based on vr.rious
extra difficulties in the execution of the
work imposed tan the contractors alter
they had signed their contracts by the
city administration. The contractors
were instructed to work so as to suit the
construction of city built retaining wulls
and delays i.ntl difficultiis were so
No Police Protection
Further serious delays were occasioned
through the neglect ol the cily lo provide proper police protection during the
Inbor trouble which wss occasioned, the
contractors allege through no fault of
theirs. Virious details in regard to thc
disposal of lumber for streets, extra
work on account of grade changes, and
delay on the part of the city in necessary
engineering direction work, help to
complete the total.   Frank Kelly alleges
city delay occasioned by an extra heavy
snowfall preventing the* placing of slakes
by the city engineer's depurimcnt for
his contnet, the snowfidl also hindering
his work.
Had   Got   Assurances
S. P. McMordie had the assurance of
V. W. Smith as acting mayor for the
city during thc labor trouble, that
abundant lime would be granted him
to complete his contract, nnd has lhc
further ground for extension that the
G. T. P. Annex wiis allowed to stand
nn grade and holding up his blasting
operations for weeks alter hc had
notified the city to have it removed.
The cases for 8, 11. Watson nnd Frank
Kelly arc in the hands ol Messrs. Williams & Manson. thai of 8. P. McMordie
is lieing undertaken by L. W. Patmore,
and Ihe place of (rial is fixed for Prince
On His First Trip in Command of tha
Princess Beatrice, He Forfeits Certificate for Three Months Mate
Hines Penalised for Six Months.
Victorin, Nov. 7. - Captain George
Douglas Robertson had his certificate
ns master mariner suspended for three
months ami the first officer's certifictae
of John Hines wns suspended for six
months hy the court of enquiry which
sat to investigate the causes which led
lo the stranding of the steamer Princess
Beatrice at Noble Islet on October Hth.
i'ui it in ii J. Gaudin, commissioner of
wrecks, presided nnd Captains J. T.
Walbran and C. Eddie sat as nautical
The derision given yesterday held
that Chief Officer John Hines was cureless. He was the officer in charge at
the time of the accident, and in violation of the rules of the C. P. R. steamship company nnd thc instructions
given by the master to "not on any
account leave the wheclhousc without
culling t he master's attcnl ion to the fact."
Hines left thc wheclhousc. Hc also
allowed the nightwntchmnn, Bobbins,
known as a sufferer from deafness, lo
relieve the (|unrterniaster at the wheel.
Hines then left the wheel in the beckct,
the vessel swinging in the starboard
helm toward the land, without iissurlng
himsell that his instruction to the man
ul the wheel to steady it on east hud
been properly understood.
The suspension of Ihe scerliflcnte
(Intra (rom October 14, the date of
the accident. It was Cnptuin Robertson's first trip In command of thc Princess
Ileiit rice.
The court recommended that an additional light anil fog alarm should be
established nt some point on the northern
shore of the channel.
Charge of 25 Cents per Load for Cowshed   Refuse  Suggested
Messrs. Schi'.olTer & Co. are making use
of Ihe civic snifT yacht for getting rid
of nullum from their cow-sheds. The
Medical Health Officer has advised
thai thi'y be charged 25 cents per loril
(or thc privilege which adds to the work
of the yacht considerably. Referred to
Board of Works.
Hays Creek Seuwer
Hays Creek Trunk Sewer Bylaw
passed its third rending at Int night's
city council meeting, ind comes before
the cilizens for ratification on the 26th
inst. Mr. Peter MacLnchlan has been
appointed Returning Officer fo, the poll,
and the polling place appointed is the
police court room.
Provincial Electors' Lilt Gone Over
Yeaterday. Many Objections by
Yesterday was the day fixed for the
Court of Revision of the Provincial
(iovernment Voters' List. Magistrate
McMullin presided ns Revision Court
Commissioner. The business was tran-
ISeted without delay though there were
upwards of 800 names objected to, the
objectors it is understood, being chiefly
Conservatives. Magistrate McMullin
remarked in passing that it was phenomenal on this occasion lo note the
large number of "letters from the aloud"
he had received in connection with the
tiiiines of persons enrolled ns voters. A
number of penions who have hi en
resident in the Priovncc nnd in the
cily for n considerable period in excess
of that required hy the Act, have found
their names not inrluded in the list
either through oversight or for -ome other
Details of Sale May Be especled
Shortly, Says David H. Hays Today.
May Affect Other Sections.
"The announcement thnl Section Two
lots will l,e- put on sale within a month
or six weeks is substantially correct,"
said Mr. D. II. Hays today. "Further
details ol lhc mntter will probably lie
given out in ���' little while. Meantime
there is no more lo be suid officially
about it.
Real estate men of ex|icrienco in Ihe
city, have e-xpressed the opinion that
while I he "ills- w ill create quite a I oom at
the time it comes off, real estate in Ihe
olher sections will probably lie' affected
disadvantngeously. There may be some
movement owing to |iersons holding lots
selling lo invest in Section Two property
which is very desirable residential land,
the chance of speculative opportunity
in Section Two lots is small. Prices for
them will probably range high.
had been bonded.
Alderman Newton asked Cily Clerk
Woods to explain how the matter came
about. The situation was that he hr.tl
effected the transfer of this bonding
business from the (but company doing
it, G. R. Naden & Co., to the Continental
Trust Co.
Alderman Hilditch expressed himself
acidly to the effect thut the city wns
now without properly bonded Treasurer
or Assessor simply because of Ihe spite
of one member of the finance committee -Alderman Newton. This way
of doing business wits childish.
To this Aldermnn Newion replied
scornfully: "For the nine hundred und
ninety-ninth lime we have heard Aide,
man Hilditch make the accusation that
the business of thc council has been done
in n childish manner. When it comes
to the wasting of the public money by
the thousand dollars- as quite recently
on Park avenue to thc tunc of $1200 wc
don't hear anything nbout 'childish'
methods." Aldermnn Newton admitted,
however, the absurdity of the situation
by which these city ollicinls were nol
The City Clerk explained that he
had Ih gun thc alteration ot thc insurance
business imedinlcly on receiving instructions. Hc i l-i, dcclured that the
finance committee hnd a habit of doing
business* without notifying him. saying
so without ill-feeling, but staling thai
had he known of thc bonding situation
it would have been corrected long ago
That being so he thought it unfair for
Alderman Hilditch to attack him.
Aldennan Hilditch * "It wan a bod
piece of businera to change th. insurance
nt all. The reason for the present
delny in security bonds ia because of
the ulti r.iti..ti,"
Aldermnn Clayton suggrsted that Al
��� li .in. ti Newton should be censured for
hnving luken away lhe business from
one firm to give il lo another.
Aldermnn Newion "Aldermi n Clayton is also desirous e.f getting his 'progs'
into me."
Aldermnn Clayton--"You are not
worth it."
out of order."
Aldermnn Newton���"You nre not
the chairman of the Bourd and I will
have my say. 1 sludl appeal to a higher
authority than you."
The- Mayor, however, decided that the
discussion must end on Alderman Clayton's culling a point of order.
Toronto   Suffers   from   a   Plague  of
Poles on Pretty Streets
Toronto, Nov. 6. ���"The way Toronto
is disfigured by every system of poles
l_at can be put up is a disgrace to thc
city." These were the words of Captain
Camilla', p;s -i.l. ni of lhe Engineers'
Club, ut the conclusion of a very interesting illustrated lecture by Mr.
I. P. Hynes at the Engineers' Club on
'City Planning." The president's statement was applauded hy the gathering.
Strong disupprovnl ol thc disfigurement
in question had been manifested, while
Mr. Hynes wit. showing, by means of
two slides, a forest ot ugly (Kiles on
Arthur street, looking up that thoroughfare fmm Bui hurst street, and nt King
���tract anil Roiirisv alios avenue, looking
toward Bunnyalde avenue.
In Prinoe Ruperl city council the
subject ol poles bus always In-on u sore
OHO with Alderman Niwlon though
eipertS argue Unit Ru|.<*rl will be ilonc
with thc iH-went pole lines lung before
all her avenue* arc graded permanent ly
T. C. WUliama Applies for Position on
Woowdorth Lake Scheme
T. C. U ilii.una has writ Ion lhc Muyor
and council to thc effe-ct thul he is a
���inaliinil foreman on waterworks construction particularly in the building of
��� I. ma. and applying lor a position on thc
Woodwnith scheme. Referred to the
Public Works Department.
Some   people's   ears
picture frame.
make   a   fierce
Noted English Suffragette Will Lecture   in   Victoria   Next   Month
Announcement is made that Mrs.
Pnnkhiirst, the hoted lender of Ihe
English suffragettes, ��ill lecture in
Victorin on December 20th. The Political Equality League of that cily has
rented Ihe Virtorin Theatre for lhal
Mr. Jack Martin Had Large Crowds
to His Lecture of Warning Laat
Night Will Repeat the Lecture
Owing In Ihe large crowds thai porkeel
lhe audilorium of the Majestic Thentre
Ibfi night to hear Mr. J.rk Martin
deliver his illustrated I rluic nn thc
horrors of the white slave traffic, the
lecture will be repented tonight. Many
��f the tickel holders were unable to gel
inside the theatre lost night, although
Mr. Martin continued his lecture up
till ilii r eleven o'clock.
The great feature of lhc lecture is
Ihe splendid set of films which illustrate
it, and tell their tale better Ihnn worth
These films showed Ihe many tricks
resorted to by procure ra to find fresh
victims fur their purposes. Above ell
Ihey cmpha��Ltcd Ihe horror and ullimi.ie
degradation ot the life. Some of Ihe
more thrilling films showed Ihe escape's
Ihnl had been planned anil carried
oul to free some of the victims from
In the light of the statement recently
made at thc annual meeting ol Ihe
Y. W. Ci A. that fillcen thousand
Cnnadian girls nre decoyed away each
year, Ihe lecture was of greal value.
The lecturer made it clear lhat his
chief object was to expose the methods
of Ihe white slavers, and in this way-
place young girls on Iheir guard against
the plans of the panders.
The audience comprise-el a large number
of ladies and the lecture was treated in an
entirely unobjectionable manner by Ihe
Another Wedding
Kreal Clarke nnd  Miss fieiturde
Preaent Council's Appropriation of
$15,000 for the Building is Exceeded
by $.000 Which Will he Left aa
Deficit Legacy lo Next Council.
By rce-eimmoiidntinn of lhc public
wiark�� department the new City Hall
will Ih* nimpteleel up lo a $16.1100 limit,
the sum provielnl l.y lhe ' ent rotincil.
The interior lining and liiaishing of the
buibliiig will be left for text year's
ciunril lo do. The total cosl ol Ihe new-
City Hall finished will Ih- about $20,000
according lo later estimates.
In lhe course of a short discussion
on this mailer Aldermnn Hilditch informed Alderman Clayton that Ihe
reavn for lhc increased outlay was thc
extra cost ot the excavation owing lo
Ihe need for lhc better lighting ot some
department offices, Ihe cosl of the
heating plant, nnd the extra cost of
Ihe iK.licc i-i'lls which are lo be of concrete with steel eloors filled with snap
lorks. It Blamed tO Alderman Hilditch
that nexi year's council mighl well
afford $60011 lo ensure n substantial
city hall, t'nlosa this course were taken
Ihe building would hnve lo be less worthy
of Ihe cily.
The council agreed lo Ihe plan recommended.
J. F. McLeod. an Old Timer of Princa
Rupert. Gets the  Appointment
1. F. Mel^-oal has been appointed to
the position of fireman by Ihe rouncil
at a salary of $9H |h r month upon tbe
Strong  recommendation  ot  Chief  Mc-
Hardy were BUBTietl Saturday evening (Innis.   Mr. Mclieml has been n resident
by   Ihe   Rev.   W.   II.   Mcl-e-ntl   nl   the \ of the city tor three years, and though
Baptist  parsonage on  Eighth  avenue, jnol a trained fireman Is a husky young
The young couple will continue to reside man equal to thc work in every way
in Prince Rupert | alter a little drilling.
Council Tonifht
A special meeting of council is to be
held tonight in the City Hall.
There'll   be some  ruction  some  day      ^	
when a woman jury is sworn in at the I Tho Hew G.T.P. News Stand C. H. llnndnsyde, Jr., manufacturers'
same hour a bargain counter sale stalls for Lowney's (IcIicioilB Choco- gent, returned yesterday on the Princes*
at the department store | lates, fresh from the factory,   tf - May. 'I
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Tuesday. Nov. 7
The news that the City Solicitor has been able to make the
best of a bad job and induce the Provincial Cabinet to pass a
private bill to legalize the hydro-electric by-law. is news that will
be hailed with satisfaction by all citizens, irrespective of their private opinion of the bunplinjr that has marked the hydro-electric
plans thus far. The Daily News is informed by one of the aldermen, that Mr. Sweeny of the Bank of Montreal has consented to
advance the city a loan for hydro-electric purposes, on the gruar-
antee contained in the Provincial Secretary's letter that the Government will legalize the by-law.
Someone���we forget for the moment who the far-sighted in-j
dividual was���in advancing Mr. Manson's cause last January,
pointed out that one benefit of having the member for Skeena
made Mayor of the city was, that if the city got into difficulties
with the Provincial Government. Mr. Manson would be able to obtain special consideration for the city at the hands of the Government. In the present case, it has certainly worked out so. This
is without prejudice to the obvious truth, that it would have been
better in the first place to have had a Mayor and City Solicitor who
would have done the thing properly from the start. That would
have been better than a recourse to party pressure, to special favors, special trips to Victoria, delays and excitement. The thanks
of the citizens are not due to the Council, the City Solictor or even
the Government. The thanks are due to the bank that has promised to make advances from its funds on the promise that the
Government will bring in special legislation, and to the Tsimpsean1
Power Co. for not taking the opportunity to have the by-law
The whole incident emphasizes the gross neglect of the Mayor
in leaving the city at the mercy of a bank.    Eleven months ago,!
at the first campaign meeting held by Mr.  Manson,  he promised
that his first act as Mayor would be to make an issue of debentures, and cease financing the city from the bank.     Indeed the
bank's aid was only sought by the first Council as a temporary-
convenience until an issue of bonds or debentures could be arranged.
Although Mr. Manson has been in office ten months, although
next year will see a Presidential election in the United States���always a period of financial stringency���Mr. Manson and his associates have not attempted to market a single debenture.    The difference between promising to do a thing, and the actual doing of
the thing���a difference that has haunted .Mr.  Manson's political
career like a shadow���has been very evident in Mr.  Manson's regime as .Mayor.   Ho has left a crop of financial tares for the next
Mayor to harvest.   The city is to be congratulated that the hydroelectric by-law has been successfully tinkered up.
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llrand quitted mem lor an Instant to
glue his eyes to the lantern, after wip.
Ing a space on Hie glass: he must -up
If the lamp needed tending. Satisfied,
by the scrutiny, he stooti behind ih'��
girls, who bail shrunk closely t ******* ;
the moment lie retired.
"They ate trying bard to sue : at*
of the reef." ho shouted. "Twice I hoy
have not her head round, bin thc sea
is too si run*; for them. I ntn afraid
she Is doomed."
Now, they unquestionably saw tho
ureal body of the ship. Her tunnolS
showi'ii most dearly, making sharply
defined black dnubs on the bearing
desert of froth. The plunging whirls
of the masthead light wero enough io
prove bow the unfortunate Vessel was
laboring In what might prjve to bo
ber final agony.
And the pity of It! The wind waB
ih,-, inn.!'.. In another hour the weather liui-.hi moderate appreciably, tho
tide would be furthcoming, imbed,
even then, a powerful Steam trawler
wns preparing to fight her way out ol
Pensanoe harbor, with brave iron on
bonrd ready lo take any risk to save
n ship lu distress.
Hut tho hour was grudged by fate.
They could plainly hear the hoarse
blasts of the steamer's foghorn, nnd
again a rocket spurted Its path to the
, H i.ds Sho was barely a mile away,
and. It anything, in a worse position
than before, as the wind remained
fixed In Ihe southwest, and the tide,
nt this stage, curved In townrds tho
land ere it began to flow buck again
to the Atlantic.
'Tan mulling be done?" screamed
Constance, rendered half frantic by
tbe thought that the ateamer would go
lo plccca before Iheir eyes.
"Nothing." was *he answer. "1'iay
for th. in. They are In tbe hands ot
In    gruesome     dlatlnctnesa     they
��ut.-in il the vessel's approach.    '1 he
siren   ceased.     Had those on 1, ..nl
abandoned hope?    Pitching and  rolling In  a  manner that suggested  the
possibility of foundering lu deep water, she came on with fatal directness.
Suddenly, a dreadful thought came to
(trend's mind.    Thc lighthouse stood
on thc eaaterly nr* l most elevated por
tion of thc reef, whose bearings rnn
aouthweat   by  west  and  north-north
west.   At low-stater, some two acres
of lagged rockB wore exposed.   On all
eldea thc soiiiidltii s fell to sixteen and
.eighteen fathoniB.   Whui It this help-
< lesa leviathan, of ten thousand tone or
I more de-ad weight, were' to strike the
{ pillar?    This was quite possible with
Ithe  tide  al  ita pres. nt  le.el.    It  all
I depended    whether    her   bowe  were
j raised or lowered at thc moment ol
,' Impact.    In thc one case she would
' amaah away many feet of rock, and
I perhaps damage tho foundations of tbe
lighthouse:   lu  thc other, her sharp
l prow would stab into the vitals ot the
granite, and lho huge column might
: e-ollapsc in common ruin with Ita colos*
sal assailant.
One of thc glrla. he never reineni
r hcrcd which of them, spoke to him.
' He could not answer.   For a second
! time  that   night  hc knew what fear
meant.      He    waii-hed    the   onward
I plunging of thc vessel with stupefied
j eyes.   He saw, aa in a dream, tbat hel
i.itn ers and crew were still making
��� I. -i'. int.* eit  ris io Weather the reef.
Hut. with lhe utter malignity of fate,
I though they might have swung her to
port, ahe mold not budge a yard to
starboard,  lor now both    wind    and
waves assailed her most vehemently
on lhe stnrli .ard quarter.
Then when she waa llttlo more than
twice* her own length dlatant. be was
cortaln that a dim form on the bridge
elgi'.a'etl to the chart-houec. With a
mine , lain drftneas. on tbe asstimp-
Hon thai lur wheel was put hard over,
she fell nway from the racing sens.
Htr red light disappeared; her green
light curved Into full view. The next
wave lifted h-r bodily, with a mad Joy
that It ahould be able to Use her to
baiter Its enemy, the rock.
Then she struck, with a sickening
crash thai was plainly audible above
the roar of the reef. Thla waa nol
enough. Another msh of foaming wa
ler envelop, d her and smashed het
.-min on an inner ledge. There ahe
lodged, falling Inertly over to atar
And Brand found his voice once
,tiore. for. as sure ai thla terrible night
would have lis end. ao surely had the
gallant captain of the ateamer refused
io Imperil the lighthouse when all
hope of saving lit*, ship had vanished,
Thc tenra were In nrand'a eyes. His
arms encircled the two glrla.
"There goes a fine ship, commanded
by a brave man," he cried.
And that was the beginning of the
eaptaln'a requiem.
Juat aa the spin of a coin may DM
loaa or galu In some trumpery disputl
or game of the hour. In like mann. i.
apparently, are the graver Issues oi
life or death determined at times. It
Is not ao, we know, llehlnd the trl
vlatlly on which men fasten with
amaiemenl aa the governing fp#'or Id
events there lies an Insi-rutnlii ��� pur
bose. Yet, to those watching lhe (Icb
(ruction of the aplendld vessel, there-
waa little evidence of other than a
blind fury In the lashlon of her un
The hoaree words had scarce lefi
Brand- llpa before a third wave, high
er and more truculent than Ita predc*
ceaaora, aprang right over the lost
ship and amothered her In an mn
lanohe of water. No doubt this mon
ater awept away aome of the officer!
and crew. It waa Impossible lo lm
certain of aught aave Ihe one thing���
that the eteamer would surely brent
up before their eyea. The wind, time
blowing In fierce gnats, (be sea, rle
Ing each minute, tbe clouds of spraj
chasing each other In eerie flight!
through apace, tho grinding, Incessant
utterly overwhelming noise of the reel;
made all sights and sounds Indefinite,
nebulous, almoat fantastic.
But when tbe giant billow receded
leaving the Bhlp lTlte a dark rook It
the midst of Innumerable caa nd* s
tho catastrophe took place whicfc
Brand would have foreseen were till
thoughts less tumultuous W Ith thi
support of the sea withdrawn fr -in
half tte length tho huge hull hhbI
either alip back Into del p water a*i
break In two.   The aloud, r Bteel *li 1
of an ocean liner Is nol cot slruoted ���<.
resist the Inw of gravity acting on f- ll
five thousand tons. So the solid-looking colossus cracked like u carrot, and
the after part fell back iniu the watery
chasm, there to be swallowed iiialant*
ly. amidst n turmoil which happily
drowned the despairing shrinks ot far
more than half of those on board.
Constance and Knld screamed bitterly In their woe, but again they were
saved from utter collapse by the exigencies of the moment. Brand, who
expected to Bee the remainder of the
ship blown up by the lnruahlng of the
sea to tho furnaces, dragged them
forcibly below tbe level of tbe protecting bill ust ratio.
Vet uothlng of the sort took place.
A vast cloud of steam rushed upwards,
but It was dissipated by the next
breath of the gale. This Incident told
the lighthouse -keeper much. The vessel bail been disabled sn long that her
Bkllful commander, finding the motive
power of no further avail, aud certain
that his ship must be driven oahore,
had ordered the fires to bo drawn and
the steam to be exhausted from all
boilers except one. Therefore, her
shaft was broken, reasoned Brand.
Probably the accident had occurred
during the height of the hurricane,
and her steering gear, of little use
without the driving force of the engines to help, might have been die*
abled at tbe same time.
When the horror-stricken watchera
looked again at the wreck the forward
part had shifted Its position. It waa
now lying broadside on to the seas,
and the lofty foremast thrust ita
truck to within a few feet of them.
They were spared one ghastly ecene
which must surely have bereft the
glrle of their senses. The majority
of the first-class passengers had gathered In the saloon. Some clung like
limpets to the main gangway. A number, mostly men. crowded together tn
the drawing-room on the promenade
deck. Farther than thla they could
not go, as the companion hatchwaya
had been locked by tho officer of the
watch, the deckB being quite impassable.
When Ihe hull yielded, the spacioua
aaloon was exposed to the vlcloua
waves. Finding this new cavern opened to them, great liquid tongues sprang
Into the dar-.nesB and licked out hapless victims ;.,* the score. Of thla appalling Incident those In the lighthouse
knew nothing until long afterwards.
When the ship Btruck, the electric
dynamos stopped and all her lights
went out. The lighthouse lamp owing
to its rays being concentrated by the
dioptric leus'. helped not at all to die*
alpatc the dim and ghastly vision beneath, but the great frame of the fore
pari of the vessel served as a breakwater to some extent, and temporarily
withheld the waves from beating
against the column.
Hence Brand, straining bis eyn
through tho flying ruck, fancied be
could make out the figure of the captain as he left ihe bridge, aud, with
aotno of the crew, took shelter behlud
the structure of the library aud stale
cabins ou what remained of the promenade deck. At the same moment the
fremled occupants of the library and
gangway contrived to burst open the
door of the malu companion.
If they had lo die they might sa
well die in the open and not boxed up
In Impenetrable dnrknesa. As a matter of fact, the bolts were forced by a
man who fired his revolver at them.
Thc sea quickly discovered this new
outlet. The next wave, passing
through the saloon. Bent tons of water
pouring through thc open hatch. One
good result accrued. The strung can*
vns awning which prolonged the spar
deck, was carried nway, and the group
of survivors, benumbed with cold nnd
wholly ovcr.-f.mo by their desperate
Ik,Kin,in. could see the entire height of
lhe granite column In front crowned
with Its diadem of brilliance. Tho
liberated | nssengera Faw It for the
first time.
Thc slghi brought no hope. Between
ahlp and lighthouse was a true mael
atrom of more than Blxty feet of water,
created by the hack-wash from the
Btonc-work and the shattered hull,
Even If the passage could be made of
what avail was It? The Iron entrnnre
door was fully fifty feet above thu
pro8��nt level of thc sea. It could only
be approached by way of the rungs of
Iron embedded In the granite, and
every wave. e\*cn In the comparative
moderation mused by the obstructlns
wreck, swept nt least twenty feet o|
the smooth stone tiers. It Ib this very
fact that prevents rock lighthouse'
from seldom If ever serving as refuges
for ahlp-wrerkpd sailors. The aacend
Ing ladder la bo exposed, the sea
usually so turbulent under the least
stress of wind, that no human being
can retain hand-hold or footing.
Yet, there was one faint chance of
auccor, and It waa not a sailor who
grasped It. The first that Brand knew
of the desperate venture wns the sight
of a spectral man climbing up the
shrouds of the fore-mast. On a steam
er, whose yards are seldom used for
sails, the practicable rope-ladder
ceases at the fore, main, or mtzzen*
top, as the caae may be. Thenceforward, a Bailor muat climb with bands'
and feet to the truck, a feat which may
occasionally be neceaaary when the
vessel la In dock; It la hardly ever at
tempted at sea.
The venturesome Individual who
thus suddenly made himself the centre
of obaervatlon, carried a line with
htm. Not until he eesayed the second
portion of hie perllloua ascent did
Brand reallae what the other Intended
to do, which was nothing lesa than to
roach the truck, the very top of the
mast, and endeavor to throw a rope to
fhe gallery.
And he might succeed, too���thst
was the marvel of It. The tapering
spar came very near to them, perhaps
twelve feet dlatant, and the wind
would certainly carry the rope across
the cnaen If carefully thrown. A few
strong snd active men might uae this
aerial ferry. Well, better they than
none. Brave fellow; would that the
Lord might help hlmt
Higher and nearer swung the stal*
wart youngster, for none but a lithe
and active boy could climb a pole with
auch easy vigor. At last he reached
the truck, and a faintly heard cheer
from beneath mingled with the hysterical delight of Knld and Constance,
when, with legs twined round the
maat, he rested his arms for an In
slant on tbe flat knob of the truck.
Here his face came Into tbe lower
focus of the light���strong, cleanshaven, clear-cut features, a square
determined chin, two dark, earnest
eyes, and a mop of ruffled black hair,
for his deer-stalker cup hud blown
off ere he cleared the spar deck.
"Look out for the line," they heard
him  shout.    The wind    brought    his
voice plainly, but evidently ho could
distinguish no syllabic of Brand's answering hail:
"Shall 1 make fast?"
"Can't hear a word," he cried.   "If
you can hear me hold a hand up."
Brand obeyed.
"Catch the line," he went on. "It Is
attached to a block with a running
tackle.   Haul In and make fast."
"The megaphone!" shunted Brand
to Constance. She darted away to
bring It, and when the adventurer
clinging to the fore-mast had thrown
a coll successfully, Brand took the Instrument.
"Why don't you come this way?
The others will follow," he bellowed.
"There are women and ��� children
down below. They muet be Baved
first, and they cannot climb the mast,"
waa the reply.
"All right, but send up a couple of
Bailors.   We are short-handed here."
"Rlght-o," aang out the other cheerily, though he wondered why three
ben should anticipate difficulty.
Down he went. Without waiting,
Brand and tbe glrla hauled lustily at
the rope. It was no child's play to
hoist a heavy pulley and several turn-1
dred feet of stout cordage. More than
once they feared the first thin rope
would break, but It was good hemp;
and soon the block was hooked to the
strong Iron stanchions of the railing.
To make assurance doubly sure.
Brand told Knld to take several turua
of the spare cord around tbe hook and
the adjacent rails.
Meanwhile, Constance and he saw
that the rope was moving through tho
pulley without tbeir assistance. Then
through the whirling scud beneath
they made out an ascending figure
clinging to It. Soon be waa close to
the gallery. Catching blm by arme
and collar they lifted him Into aafety
Sk.-una Land Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct of Quean Charlotta
Take notice that Austin M. Ilrown of Prince
Kupert, I). Cm occupation uddler. Intends to
apply to the Chief Commiaaionor ol Lands and
Worka lor a licence to proapect for coal, oil and
fii'trule'uiii on and under the following deecribcil
anda on the West Coaat ol Graham laland:
Commencini at s pott planted three mllea oaat
ol the northeast corner of C. 1.. No. 4478 thenco
till chaina aouth, thence 80 chains eaat, thenco til)
chaina north, thence 80 chaina weat to point ol
Date of Location 31st July, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skoena Land Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that Auatin M. Brown of Prince
Kupert, occupaUon aaddler, intenda to apply to
the Chiel Commiaaioner ol Landa and Worka
lor s liconce to proapect for -ml and oil and petroleum on and under the following deacribed landa
on the Weat Cout ol Graham laland:
Commencing at s poat planted three mllea eut
ol the aouthweat corner of C. L. No. 4477 thenee
80 chaina east, thence 80 chaina north, thenoe 80
ehaina weat, thence 80 cbaina aouth to point ol
Date of Location, Slat July 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeens Land Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that Auatin M. Brown ot Princa
Rupert,.occupation uddler, intends to apply
the Chief Commiaaioner of Landa and Worka for a
licence to prospect for coal, oil and petroleum on and
undor tho following described landa on the Weat
Cout ol Graham laland:
Commencing at a post planted throe milea eul
of the Boutlu-a.it corner o IC. L. No. 4472 thence
north 80 chaina, thence eut 80 chaina, thence aouth
80 chaina, thenoe weat 80 chaina to point of eommencement.
Located August Iat, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Land Diatrict���Diatrict of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty daya Irom data, I, C. E
Bainter ol Prince Rupert, 11. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chief Commiaaioner of Landa for a licenco to proapect lor
coal and petroleum on snd under 640 acraa ol
land on Graham laland deacribed u followa:
Commencing at a poat planted flvo milea eut
ol Coal Lease No. 4167, marked C. E. B. Coal
Leaae No. 1, N. K. corner, thenoe west 80 chaina,
thence aouth 80 chains, thenco out 80 chaina,
thence north 80 chains to place ol commencement.
DatedSept. 11, 1911 C. E. BAINTKR, Locator
I'ub. Sept 23.
Skeena Land Diatrict���District of Queen CharloUe
Take notice that thitty days from date, 1, C. E
Bainter of I'rlnce Rupert, i'. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend lo apply to the Chief Commiaaioner of Lanela for a licenco to proapoct for
coal and pelroleum on and under 640 acres ol
I land on Graham Island described u (ollows:
Commencing at a pual planted live miloa eut
r ot I'rlnce Huport. ft. c . ''��� *-�����.
eper, Intend to apply to'l, '.""Mil
io* ol Lands lor a lu*,.,,,', .,
Skeena Land District-District,
Tako r���- ���
Balnter ��� ,
missioner ol _������, ������ ��� ,���,
C. E.  B.  Coal Lwuai Mo. iiThl.M'i'"
mco weal 80 chuiu.
____-_!?nco "*""' "I* ciiains
tt E. BAINTER, Umu,
s  ,"'-'''        <***  '"
'"     ������'��� ul torn.
DatedSept. II, 1911.
Pub. Sept. 2X
Skeena Land District-District ol ouwn r*..
nl*.kt n0.11"'*������*���- 'hlrty davi Iron, ,*, ,.L W-01 *
Uainter ol Prince Runert. Il   i*    i,,    *   '   ��� *������
bookkeeper   Intend to' .��� .1 ���'���Vi* .',
"���-���oner ol Und. for I lie,-,,,-,.
coal and petro oum oo and un.l, - ���             '<*.
land on Graham Island diSbi ll,      " "��� "-
jWW ",�� P��t I'lantesl	
&_?',_ '��� 2'��*}.U't*e No* *"��� ' i    i
Coal Loaae No. 16 thonce north .-,,, ch, ,��� ,L_
weat 80 chaina, thenco south  so ol ilnT 8__
DatedSept. 11, 1911.    C. B. IIUM'i II I
Pub. Sept. 23. "* *A***I
Skoena Und District-DUtrlct ol Queen ehavrl-..
Bats! ""t'^.lhat thirty d.y. Inu,,',,.,, ,",,"^
Balnta* of I'rlnce Rupert, II. 0, by ,,.,,,''
bookkeeper, intend to apply io the I
miaaioner ol Lands lor a licence t��� i,*-.-!.,,7
coal anel petroloum on and under t,m [2LZ
land on Graham Island duscrilae,! as toUoa
Commencing at a poat planUil two -
of C. t. B. Coal I..-..-.- No. lo, marl ,
S'Tk aC' ���___ Co*1 Uuo Nu* l0' Hi-Ma'siiS;
22 __&.__���*" *'"" ��U chain.. SmTs Ton'
80 chaina, thence eut 80 ,-haius l.i plies ,,' ,,,,
mencement. ' ���n
Ko.^'b"'19"- a*��*wiBB.u��-
Ua    n.ns.    ana    nt    t Is r.   ...aalaaa.   ,,/fl.a  MM      an���  ', Ot   Co*l   LeSSO   No.   4167,   l!iark,-.|    I*.    K.   B.   N.    W.
He was one of the Junior offlcera, and ���,___, No , ,hwini M;lh m chtl,^ thenM eul
Constance, though ahe hardly expected 80 cbaina, thence north 80 ehaina, thence west
It, experienced  a momentary feeling ' **} *���*_��� to place of comnwiiconient.
a.---"-    ���   ,    r.r.     c   jj   BAINTKR, Locator
of disappointment that the first man
to escape was not the handsome youth
to whose cool daring Bome at least of
the ship's company would owe their
The newcomer wae a typical Briton.
"Thanks," he said. "Close shave.
Have you a light? We must signal
after each arrival."
Knld brought the small lantern, and
the stranger waved lt twice. The rope
travelled back through the pulley, and
this time It carried a sailor-man, who
snid not ono word but stooped to tte
his boot-lace.
"How many are left?" inquired
Brand of the officer.
"About eighty, all told, Including
some twenty women nnd children."
"All wet to the skin?"
"Yes: some of them unconscious,
perhaps dead."
"Can you hold out "
"Yes;  a nip of brandy���"
"I will s^iid some. We must leave
you now. These with me are my
At last the crust of Insular self-
possession was broken. The man looked from one to the other of the seeming lighthouse-keepers.
"Well, I'm  ," he blurted out In _....,
his surprise.   "That American young-1 north 80 a_-Ba7t-BMSaaat bo cnadM~wVaoe id
ster wondered what the trouble was."  fon"nw;"!n��;*;t.,���,,    _ _   ,,,,,,,  ,
A  shapeless   bundle  hove  ln   eight, | ffi_g_?'19"'   C. E. BAINTKR. Locato,
DatedSept. 11,1911.
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land DUtrlct���Diatrict of Queen Charlotte
Take noUce that Ihirty daya Irum date, 1, C. E.
Balnter ol Pnnee Rupert, 11. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to tbo Chief Commiaaioner of Lanela lor a luviieo to prospect lor
coal and petroloum on and under 640 acrea ol
land on Graham laland described u foUowa:
Commencing at a poat planted live miles eaat
ol Coal Leaae No. 4476, marked C. E. B. S. W.
corner ol Coal Leaae No. :!, tlience eut 80 cbains,
thence north 80 chaina, thenoe weat 80 chains,
thonce aoulh 80 chaina Lo place of commencement.
Dated Sept. 11,1911. C. K. BAINTER, Locator
I'ub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land DUtrict���Dittrict ol Queen Charlotte
Take notice lhat thirty daya Irom dale, I, C. E.
Bainter of Prince Rupert, ll. e'., by occupation
bookkeeper, Intend lo apply to the ChM CommUaioner of Lands lor a licence to proapoct lor
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acrea ot
land on Graham laland dt-achbed u followa:
Commencing at a poat planted live milos eul
ol Coal Lease No. 4476, marked C. E. B. S. E
corner Coal Lease No. 4, thenee weat 80 cliaina,
Ihenco north 80 chaina, thonoe eaat 80 chaina,
tbence aouth 80 chaina to plaoe ol commencement.
Datod Sept. 11.1911. C. E. BAINTER, Locatoi
I'ub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land DUtrict���Dialrlcl ol Queen Charlotte
Take noUco lhat thirty daya Irom dale, 1, C. !..
Bainter ol I'rinco Rupert, H. CL by occupation
bookkeeper, inlend to apply to tbe Chief Com*
miaaioner ol Landa lor a licence to proapect lor
coal and pelroleum on and undor 640 acroa ol
land on Graham laland deacribed u lollowa:
Commencing at a poat planted two milea nolrb
ol slake marked C. K. B. Coal Leaae No. 4, marked
N. E. corner C. E. B. Coal Lease No. 6, thence
aoulh 80 chaina, thence wost bO chains,  thence
��� r*    .'.*,.
I. C. E
.' 1 urn.
���mt lor
�����crta ot
It contained two little girls, tied In
side a tarpaulin and lashed to tho
rope. This, evidently, was the plan
for dealing with the helpless ones.
Brand Instantly divided his forces.
Enid he dispatched to make hot cocoa
ln the quickest and most lavish man-
nor possible.  	
each new arrival a small quantity of chains, The'nce"eut so chains,"'tbence" north so
Stimulant   (the lighthouse possessed ��,   chaina, thence west 80 chaina to place of com-
dozen bottles of brandy and whUkey)  "S"^!: n, 1911.   c. E. BAINTER .Loestor
and act aa escort.    The women and Pub. Sept. 23
Children   Were   to   be   allotted   the   two | Skeena Land Dislrict���DUtrlct ol Queen Charlotte
Skeena Land DUtrlct���DUUict ol Quean Chralolle
Take notice that thirty days Irom date, I. C  E.
Bainter ol I'rince Rupert, It. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intond to apply lo the Chief Com*
mlasioner of I a .its lor a licence to proapect lor
coal ami petroleum on and under 640 acroa ot
land on Graham laland deacribed u (ollowa:
Commencing at a poat planted two mllee north
,*,,,.���,���, ,.���.,   ,,,   .,,,_ I olC. E. B. Coal Lease No. 3, marked C. E. Bainter
C onstance was to give , N. w. ���,_ CglJ _,������ N'0. 6> lhpnc��� KMb bu
whilst all the men ft to take care of SSJ """J. pe*���10"-!1 on a���d under mo .
el,.,,,,.,. I,-. ���   ,,������  .���  v... j,  ,,11   ,    1  1       land on Graham Island described as lo owe
themselves were to be distributed be-1   commencing at a post planted iwo ran��� north
tween   the   entrance,     the     coal-room, 1 ol C. K. B. Coal Leaae No. 3, elake S. W. eorner
ihe workshop and the stalrwayB.   Tho , Co!1 J*"? ****"��� ���*���******* ""t***^ ,>*'n*'. *h,ae*
bli..|,������    ._.a,,r��� ,-.,.,,���   .���A   ������.,..������ ���������   "*** ***> chaina, thonce aouth 80 chaina, thonce
kitchen,   store -mom   and   service-room   �����t SO chains to place ol commencement.
were to be kept clear, and tbe store-  i>ai~i Sept. 11, mn.   c. E. iiaintku, Locator
room  door   locked.    KIghtyl     Brand i *Pub-s<">t-23
:'H?h���r?.ady mnB problem8 ln ->������������� 1 sl^KK*ss^^_E_?r__s5,_ss siS^sK.E.f-rSTTsr
arlth met li*. 1 Bainter of Prince llupert. It. C, by occupation
A Blmllar problem, with a different j !!_____,& i,nu"!,d J�� *p>-,!y *** *h* Cb**1 Ca?*
������!...   .���   ��,��� Va_s___.sU   a    ...        ' miasionor ol Unds for a licence to prospect lor
point   to   be   determined,   waa   occupy-   coal and petroloum on and under 640 acroa ol
Ing the active  mind  of the  "American   '*nd on Graham laland described u followa:
youngster" who had solved the knot-   , V.<"".m"*-C,i!,�� A * *��* piamed two mUj. north
,, , isl _*.   __       .     .     ,       ' ol C. L. II, Coal Uaae No. 4, marked S. K. corner
tlest   proposition   put   forward   during , c. E. B. Coal Uaae No. 8, thence north 80 chains,
that  eventful   night. 1 thence weat 80 chains, thence aoulh 80 chaina,
Skeena Land DUtrict���DUtriet of gu�� i
Take notice tbat thirty dav�� (rom dai
Bainter of I'rince Itupert, li. C��� by m
bookkeeper, intend to apply tu Um I ���
miaaioner of Landa for a licence to proa
coal and petroleum on and undi*r NO i
land on Uraham liland deacribed a* foUo*i
Commencing at a pott planted two mtl,�� north
of C. E. B. Coal Leaas No,  14, nu-        .
ewn.-r C. K. li. Coal Leaae No   17, u
BO.chaina, thenca woat bO chain*, tau ������ ��� -*.h **.
chaina, thenee eaat 80 chaina to pUcu uf com.
Dated Sept 11,1911.    C. K. DAI.VTKIt, JeOcu��
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena l_and DUtrict-DUtrict of Queon Charlotta
Take notico that thirty dayi from dab, I, C. i
Uainter of Prince Hupert, II. C, I . . ipatiN
bookkeeper, Intend to apply to tbt I ' r.C
miaaioner of Landa for a Licence tu pri ���������*���'. for
coal and petroleum on and under ������>��� ,:���*, 0|
Und on Graham laland deacr(l>vvi *v I
Commandos at a poat plantud twu nu<** nortb
of C. ��. 11. Coal Leaae No. 12, turfcad N. \\.
corner C. G. B. Coal Laaaa No. 18, thvarr aouth
80 cliaina, thence eaat BO chain-*, t,.> m i r.t* ���*���
chaina, thenco weat 80 chaina to placu nt com*
Dated Sept. 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTKI'. Locator
Pub. Sept. 21.
Skeena Und Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct ol Queen Curimu
Take nolice that Ihirty daya alter elate, I, C. t.
Balnter ol Princa Rupart. B. C. by earcipstMa.
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chiel Com.
missioner ol Unda lor a licence t -
coal and pelroleum on and under 610 arna el
land on Graham laland deacribed u lolloas.
Commencini at a poat ptanted two mil-*, north
of C. K. B. Coal Uau No.  13. mark.-l B. IV.
corner C. E. B. Coal Leeee No. 19, thenav north
80 chaina. thence eut 80 cbaina. thence -amlti su
chaina, thence weat 80 cbaina to place ..I Mae
Daled Sept. 11, 1911.    C. E. BAINTEH. Ualor
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und District-Dlalrlct ol queen t l.irloiu
Take noUea that thirty days Irom dale. 1.1 B.
Bainter ol l-rince Rup- rt, B. C, by ocrupatloe
bookkeeper, inlend to apply to the Chiel loo-
misaioner of Unda (or a licence to prospa-et (or
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acna ol laad
on Graham laland deaenbed u lollows
Commendnf at a post planted two mile, nonh
of C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 14. mari., : -. tt.
corner C. E. B. Coal Uaae No. 20, thenct north
80 chaina, thenee west 80 chaina, thenca* WUtll N)
chaina, thenca eaat 80 chaina to placa vl coa*
Hated Sept. 11, 1911.    C. E. DAINTER. L nt-i
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und District���Diatrict of Queen t I it M
Take noUce that thirty daya alter ,1..*- . I. e . I.
Bainter at I'rince Rupert, D. C., hy 9ttm*x*m*m
bookkeeper, intend to apply to tha Chiel torn,
missioner ol Untie (or a licence lo pro*|-ect (or
coal and petroleum oo and under Bin arm ol
land on Graham laland deacribed a* lolloas:
Commendnf at a poat planted two miles north
ol C. K. B. Coal Uue No. IS. marled S. K.
corner C. E. B. Coal Leue No. 21, tbetice nonh
80 chains, thence weat 80 cbaina, thence Math M
chaina, Ihence eut 80 chalu to plaee ol .-, ��� ���
Dated SepL 11.1911.    C. E. BAINTER. l*t*x.it
Skeena Und Diatrict���Diatrict ol Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty days Irom dale, I. C *1.
Bainter ot Prince Rupert, B. C, by occapstwa
bookkeeper, intend lo apply to the Chiel torn.
missioner ol Units for a licence to proapeel (or
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acne ol
oland on Graham laland deacribed u loll"..
Commendnf at a poat planted two milo north
of C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. IS, marked K.
corner C. E. B. Coal Lnue No. 22. thence seiulh
80 chslns, tbenc* west 80 chaina, Ibence nor.h Ml
chaina, tbence east 80 chaina to place ot com.
DatedSept. 12.1911.    C. E. DAINTER. Local*
Skeena Und Diatrict���District ol Queen Chstl.-its
Taka noUoa that thirty data Irom dale, I, i
Hainter ot l'nnce Rupert, It   t- . by    occu; i*.->l
bookkeepcr, intend to apply to the Chief - **���
miasionor of Unda for a llcvnee t,, i" '
coal and petroleum on and under 610 car, I
land on Graham laland deacribed u lollow*:
Commendnf al a poat planted two mile*. *
ol C. E. B. Coal Uaae No 17, markeal '���
corner C. E. D. Coal Leaae No. 2.1 ihenc- -
80 ehalna, thence waat 80 chaina, thenc. -
80 chaina, thence eaat 80 chaina to place ol B
Dated Sept. 12.1911.    C. E. DAINTER, Lea
Pub. Sept. 23.
his watch bs the reflected light from
the lamp was quite aufflclent for the
Then he approached the captain.
"Bay, aklpper," he cried, "how long
do you give the remains of her to hold
"It Is not high-water yet," waa tbq
answer, "Perhaps half an hour. For.
ty minutes at the utmost."
"Then you'll have to boost thla
thing along a good deal faster," said
the cheerful oqe. "They're going up!
now at the rate of one every two minutes. That's thirty ln half an hour,
Fifty of ua will travel a heap quicker
at the end of that time If your calculation holds good."
The captain, who appeared to be iq
a stupor of grief, roused himself.
A few short and sharp orders
changed the aspect of affairs. Frightened and protesting ladles were sei
curely tied together, and hoisted, four
at a time, like bo many bags of wheati
When It came to the men's turn, even
less ceremony and greater expedition
were uaed.
Indeed, already there were emphatic warnings that much valuable time
had been lost ln tbe early stage of the
rescue. Though the wind was now
only blowing a stiff gale, tbe sea,
lashed to frenzy by the hurricane, was
heavier than ever. The ship wbb
vanishing visibly. A funnel fell with
a hideous crash and carried away a
life-boat The rest of tbe spar deck
and nearly the whole of the forward
cabins were torn out bodily, ny re'
peated thumping on tbe reef the vessel
had aettled back almost onto av even
keel, and tbe fore-mast, which bad so
providentially nearcd the summit of
the lighthouac, waB now removed fin,
beyond tbe possibility of a rope being
Thc survivors on deck worked with
feverish energy. The time was drawing short. They did not know the second that Bonn, unusually tempestuous
wave would devour Ihem utterly.
Read The Daily News
Bainter ol Prince Rupert, It. C, by occupatioo
hookkeeper, inlend to apply to the Chief Commiasioner ol Unda (or a licence to proepect lor
coal and petroleum oo and under 640 acraa ot
land on Graham Island descrilaed a. followa:
C'ommonciiif at a poat planted live miles easl
tit Coal laoaae No. 4174, marked (.'. K. Bainler'a
N. K. corner Coal Leaae No. 9, thence aoutb 60
chuins, thence weat 80 chains, Ihence north 80
chains, thenco eut 80 chaina to place ol commencement.
Dated Sept. 11, 1911. C. E. BAINTEH, Ucator
Pub. Sepl. 2*1.
Skeena Und District���District ol Queen Charlotte
Take notico that Ihirty daya Irom date, 1, C. E.
Bainter ol Prince Rupert, B. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intnd to apply to the Chiel Commissioner ol 1.mi,is lor a lioonce to proapect for
coal and petroleum on and undor 640 acrea of
land on Graham laland deacrilied u followa:
Commendnf at a poat planted one mile north
of C. E. B. Coal Uaae No. 9, marked N. W.
corner C. K. B. No. 10, Ihence aouth 80 chaina,
thence weat 80 chains, thence north 80 chaina,
thence cut 80 chaina to place ot commencement.
Dated Sept. 11, 1911. 6. E. BAINTER, Ucator
I'ub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und Diatrict���District ol Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty days fronm date, I, 0. I-:.
Bainter ol Prinoe Rupert, B. C, occupation book,
keeper, intend to apply to the Chiot (Commiaaioner
ol Unda for a licence to proepect lor coal- and
petruleum on and under 640 acrea of land on
Graham laland deacribed aa lollowa:
Commendnf at a post planted two milea north
of C. E. B. Coal Uaae No 8, marked N. E corner
of C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 11, thence si .it fi 80
chaina, thence weat 80 cliaina, thenre north 80
chaina, thence out 80 ehalna to place of commencement.
Dateel Sept. 11, 1911. C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct ol Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty dava Irom dato, I, C. E.
Bainter of I'rinco Rupert, B. C, by occupallon
bookkeeper, Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner ol Land lor a licence to nroapect for
coal and pelroleum on nnd under 640 acrea of
land on Graham laland deacribed u foUowa:
Commendnf at a post planted two mllea north
ol C. E. B. Coal Uaae No. 7, marked C. E. II
Coal Uaae No. 12, thence south 80 chaina, thonce
eut  80 chaina,  thence north 80 chains,  thenee
north 80 chains, thenn
( commencement.
C. E. BAINTER, Locator
weet 80 chains to place of commencement
DatedSept. 11, 1911
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct ol Queen Charlotte
Take notioe that thirty dava Irom date, I, C. E.
Balnter ol Prinoe Rupert, B. C, by occupallon
bookkeeper, l.itend to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of Unds lor a licence to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acree of
Und on Graham laland doscribod u lollows*
Commendnf at a poat planted two mllea north
of C. E. B. Coal Uaae No. 7, marked S. W. corner
C. E. B. Coal Uaae No. 18, thenoe north 80
chaina, thence eut 80 cbaina, tbence aouth 80
chaina, thenoe weat 80 chaina to place ol commencement.
Dated Sept. 11, 1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 28. ^ aw-w-
Skoena Und Diatrict���District ol Que* n Cl .*'
Take notice tbat thirty daya Irom date. I, l li
Rainier of I'rinc* Rupert, B. Ca, by occupa*. *
bookkeeper, Intend to apply lo the Chiel I
misaioner ol Unda lor a lleenee lo prospect I* t
coal and petroleum on and under 640 art,- '.
land on Graham laalnd daacribed u loUows.
Commondnf al a poat planted two Hides. I
of C. E. H   Coal Uaae No. 18, marked K. tt.
corner C. E. B. Coal Laaaa No. 24, thenre ���
80 chaina,  thenee eut 80 chaina,  thenc
80 chaina, tbenee weat 80 chaina to place . . r
Daled Sept. 12, If II.    C. E. BAINTER, Loca' ��
rub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und Diatrict���District ol Queen Chs:: * I
Take notico lhat thirty days Irom date, I, A '
Broderick ot Prince Rupert, B. C., by occupat
bank manaaer, Intend to apply lo th* Chief I 0 -
misaioner of l.amla for a lleenee to proapect ' :
coal and petroleum on anal under 610 acne -
land on Graham laland deacribed u lollows:
Commendnf at a poat planled two milea nor**i
ol C. E. B. Coal Uau No. 17, marked B. '���
corner A. T. B. Coal Lean No. 25, thence a,,*'
80 chains, thence eut 80 ehalna, thenee aout1
chaina, thence weat 80 chaina to place of o >*
A. T. DRODERICK, Locator
Dated Sept. 12, if 11. C. E. DainUr, Ai>  I
Tub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und Diatrict���Diatrict of Queen Charl r
Take notice that thirty days from date, I, A <
Drodcrick of Prince Rupert, B. C, by occupai. n
bank manaaer, intend to apply to th* Chiel Co >-
misaioner of Unda for a licenc* to proapeel '��� *
coal and petroleum on and under 640 ear* I
Und on Graham IaUnd deacribed u follows:
Commendnf at a poat plnated two milea r.r rlB
of C. E. B. Coal Laaa* No. 20, marked S.
oorner A. T. B. Coal Uaae No. 26, thence aoftl
80 chains, thence weat 80 chaina, thence sort,
80 chaina, thence eut 80 chalu to place of c. i*
A. T. BRODERICK, Locator
Dateel Sept. 12, 1911. C. E. Bainter, Ail'' '
I'ub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und Diatrict���District of Queen Charlnlte
Take notico lhat thirty daya from dale, 1, A T.
Broderick ol I'rlnce Rupert, B. C, by occupai inn
bank mana-rer, Intend to apply to the Chief Corn-
misaioner ol l.nmis for a licence to preiapect fur
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acres -.(
land on Graham Island deacribed u follows:
Commendnf at a poat planted two milea ni -th
ol C. E. D. Coal Uaae No. 21, marked S.
rumor ol A. T. B. Coal Lean No. 27, thence
weat 80 chains, thence north 80 chains, thenee
eut 80 chains, thenoa south 80 chaina to place
of commencement.
A. T. BRODERICK. Locator
Dated Sept. 12,1911, C. E. Dalnter, Agent.
Pub. Sept. 23.
Sneena Und Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct of Queen Chsrl���it
Take notice lhat thirty days Irom dale. I, I I*-
Balnter of Princ* Rupert, ll. C, by occupanun
bookkeeper, Intend to apply lo the Chief t "*n*
miaaioner of Unds for a licence lo proapect (or
coal and petroleum on and uneler 610 acre, ol
Und on Graham IaUnd deacrlbod u followa:
Commenelns at a post planted at Ihe south;. a-*t
twiner of Coal Uaae No. 4468 marked C. f. H
Coal Uaae No. 28. thence north 80 chain.. IMIWJ
weat 80 chains, thence aouth 80 chains, thenc
eut 80 chains lo point of commencement covering
all foreahore Tlahn Point. ,.,-tai
Dated Sept, 12,1911. C. E. BAINTf.K
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Ita-Sfi lands" ****"* l�� ****** th0 *Ma**'***
In a SS5HS?.g aa' a P��*.PlaBtBd about 3 1-2 miles
boat n? 15J'���M "iff""1 ,rom lht' northeast corner
Ssat ��iil P'-VP-UIS*- 81 Count Dislrict, thenco
west to tt*'J*"?0'' ""I11* W cl"lin��/ *****
Sf!t 2, ,i?nk .0'  r*,v*"'   ****>*<* *******  'ollowing
talnln. im   r       poto' ��- "���""���moncement:   containing ,Hi0 acres, muro or less.
Puh"nWa** mi* *,   ,  LKU0V  '��� G"ANT
I ub. Oct. lo, Gordon C. Emmerson, Agent
ol iSS- l,���� lh.��l ,,' Christopher James Uraham
li.\2iZ l2,*Up, '.*' H',C." occupation locomotive
a i?�� a ih*J2x i " Wl".'01 pormiaaion to purchuo
tho following doscribod lands:
Commencing at a post planted at lho aouthweat cornor ol Lot fto. im vicinity ol Uko
ar_"JvJ��S ,*H"k'** c-*rtatophor 1. Graham
an S J**-���.'. ******** wost 40 chaina, thenco south
80 chains, thenco eust 10 chains, Ihenco north 80
cnaina to poat ol eommencoment; eontalnini
120 ucie��, more or leas.
Dated Sept. 22. lull. I1.6B A-M.-WltnoasodT. D
Pub. Sept. 30.
Skoena Land District���DiBtriet of Caasiar
Take notice that EL H. Stewart of Vanc3uver.
U. C, occupation truckman,  intends to apply
for permUsion to purchase tho following doscribod
Commencing at a post plantod 40 chains south
of Pre-emption No. 31)7 and 52 chains east from
the Naas Klver (S. W. C), thonco 40 chains east,
thence 40 chains north, thenco 40 chains wost,
thence 40 chains south to tho point of commoncement to contain 160 acros moru or loss.
Datod Aug, 1911. JamoH T. Fullorton, Agont
Pub. Sept. 23. *
Skeona Land Diatrict���District of Coast Range 6
Take notico that Harold K. Smith of Morely,
Alt a., occupation station agent, intends to apply
for permission to purchaie tho following doscribod
Commencing at a post planted at the southwest corner 100 chaina east and 20 chains north
from N. E. vomer of Lot 1116, Harvey's Survey
Coast District Kange :>, thence 40 chains east,
thence HO chaina north, thence 40 chains wust,
tbenee 80 chaina south to post of commencement
containing 320 acres, more or less.
Datod Sept. 18,1911. HAROLD E. SMITH
Pub. Sept. 23. Fred W. Bohler, Agen
Skeena Land District���District of Coast Range 6
Take notico that 1, Gordon C. Emmeraon of
Prince Kupert, 1). C., occupation real estate
broker, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following dosciibed landa:
Commencing at a po.t plantod about 2 3-4
miles in a northerly direction from the northeast
corner post of Lot 1389, Range ���">. Coast District,
thence north 40 chains, thence west to river
batik, thence south following river bank to point
of commencomoni;  containing 160 acres, moro or
Dsted Sept. 9, 1911.  GORDON C. EMMERSON
Pub. Oct. 10.
Skaena Und District���Disuict of Coast Range V
Take notice that I, Benjamin A. Fish of Towner,
N.   1'.,   occupation   merchant,   Intend   to  apply
for permission to purchase the following described
Commencing at a post planted on tbe east
boundary and about five cnains from the southeast corner of Lot 4484, thenoe north 60 chains,
tbence east 30 chains, tbence aouth 60 chains,
tbence weat 30 chains to point of commencement.
Dated June 24, 1911. BENJAMIN A. FISH
Pub. July 25. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
Skeona Land District���District or Coast Range 6
Take notice tbat Uiriam Roy McTavish of
Winnipeg, Man., occupation barrister, intends
to apply for permission to purchase tho following
descrioed lands:
Commencing at a put planted at the southwest
corner 40 chaina east and 40 cbains north from
N. E. corner of Lot 1116, Harvey's Survey Coast
District Rango 6, thonce 60 chains eaat, thence
60 chains north, thence 60 chains west, thenoe 60
chains soulh to post of commencement containing
360 acres moru or less.
DatedSept. 18, 1911 HIKIAM ROY McTAVlSH
Pub. Sept. 23. Kred W. Bohler, Agent
Skeena Land District���District of Cout Range V
Take notice tbat Jesse M. Tallman of Cedar
Kapiii.-*. Iowa, occupation lawyer, intends to
apply for permission to purchaae the following
described landa:
Commencing at a poet plantod on tho aoutherly
shore of Kutaymateen Inlet on tbe right bank
of a small stream flowing into said Inlet Just east
of Crow Lake. Thonoe south 20 chains, thence
wost 20 chaina moro or leas to the shore line of
Crow Lake, tbence northerly and eaaterly following the ahore lines of Crow Lake, tbe Inlot
to Crow Lake and Kutacymateen Inlet to the
place of commencement, containing forty acres
more or less. Located August 7, 1911.
Dated Aug. 9, 1911. JESSE M. TALLMAN
Pub. Aug. 12.
Skoena Land District���District of Coast Range 6
Take notico that E. H. G. Miller of Falmouth
Eng., occupaUon surveyor, intends to apply (o
permission to purcbaae the following described
Commencing at a post planted at tho N. W. Corner of Lot 4406, thence west 80 chians, thence south
20 chains, thence east 80 chains, thonco north 20
chaina to the point of commencement containing
160 acres more or less.
Dated August 15, 1911. E. H. G. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 26. P. M. Miller. Agent
to subjects of special interest to women. Any und all of tho ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in ita discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
UKOWN, l.,.i-ni���i
Skoena Land District ��� District ol Queen Charlott
lul,., notice lliul Austin M. Brown ol I'rinco
nmirnTITl    DI* l m, *i n , . . ..    ���.���    _ . I    'fOP"'**. aaddler.  intends lo apply  to  the Chiel
DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY    TO   THE   INTERESTS   OF    WOMEN       f    Commissioner ol Lands and vforke (or a licence
I i to prospect lor coul, oil nml petroleum on uml
I    undor the lollowlng descrilied lauds on lho West
���~---~~.-^-'~-~~.*~*_a.^^^.+__,__,__,__,^J__,_M_^_^^^__,,_-__^ : Coast ol Graham Island:
I     Commoncini: ul a pust plantad throe miles easl
This is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted ' l^MSE S2S 8b^^&45
' '    "      ' i .   .        . chains norlh, thenco BO chains east io point ol
Locatctl AukusI 1st, 1011.
I'ub. Auk. 10.
Skoena Land Dislrict���Dislrict ol Quoon Charlotu
lake nolice that Austin M. Ilrown ol I'rince
Itupert, occupution sudillir, Intends to upply to
lhe Chiel t iiiiiiiiisaiunur ol lands and Works lor
a licenco to prospect lur coal, uil und petroleum an
and under tliu folluwinu described lands ou the
ViutX Coast ul Gruham Island:
Commencing at a post pluntod Ihreo miloa east
ol the northeust cornaar of C. L. No. 4172 Ihence
80 chaina wost, tlience 80 chains nurlh, thenco 80
chains a-ust, thenco ho ctiains south to point ol
Locattsl August 1st, l'.ill.
Pub. A uu. 111.
Skeena Und DUtrlct���District ol Queen Charlotto
, Islsneis
Take nolice that Austin M. Brown ol I'rinco
Hupert, occupation aaddler, intenda tea apply tu
tho Cteie! Commissioner ol Unels and Worka for a
licence to prospect lor coal, oil and petroleum on
and under thu follownig described landa on thu
Weat Coast ol Graham Island:
Commenelns at a poat planted three mile, nasi
ol the aouthoasl cornur of C. 1. No. 4470 Ihence
north 80 chains, thence east 80 cliaina, thence
eoulh 811 cliaina, ihenco weal 80 chaina to point ol
laocatod A utii.t 1st, 1911,
I'ub. Aui. 10.
i.aii'si Fads ftn- the Fair Box From
tin- Centres of <Jood Dressing.
Suit skirts seen at the host modistes have raised WBltllnea und nre
still quite narrow.
Heels on shoes for the coming winter, especially on pomps, are decidedly lower.
Venise lace, especially In the
heavy raised point lute, Is used on
many autumn gowns.
Embroidered voile, hand worked In
different color, is to he n popular
fabric for the winter.
Fur hats trimmed with feathers
nnd flowers will be worn after the
cold weather conies.
The French modistes are using
lightweight laces, mallnes, shadow
laces and ("linntilly on their best costumes.
Complexion veils of white���or
tinted ninllnc���are nffectcti hy women who give careful thought to their
From Parisian milliners tome u
number of small lints, though the
large picture hat Ib too becoming to
he cast  entirely aside.
Ginger FMM,
Peel tore and cut in very thin
slices. For 8 pounds of sliced fruit
atld 1 cup water, juice of .". lemons,
7 pounds sugar, antl  1-2 pound gln-
kltiheii, on lhc other hand, are more
real than apparent to the eye. The
small kitchen Is more compact, antl
tends towards encouraging economy
In many ways of real value to the
thrifty housekeeper.
In the first place, It discourages
extravagance In acquiring specious
and unnecessary culinary utensils,
which appeal rather lo the eye and
to the Imagination Ihnn to actual
needs ami practical experience.
In the second place, tho small
kitchen saves a great deal of time
In enabling everything lo be placed
within easy reach or the hands and
so saving much walking about.
Moreover, the small kitchen Impresses tidiness and slmpilicty In Its
Lurge kitchens, having so much
room to spare, ll Is almost impossible
tn keep things conscientiously In
their proper place for long. 'The
user of the small kitchen Is obliged
to do for want of space. Hence the
small kltt.ieii may he said to provide
a poBt-gruduate course In household
economy, for ns brevity Is the soul
of wit so Is the small kitchen the
sense of household economy.
Clever I din by Which Women
Amused Themselves nml Helped
One Another.
Here's whnl some Rochester women did:
Each   cooked   the   very   best   dish
Skeena Land DUtrict���Diatrict ol Coast llango 5
Take noUce that It. P. MUler ol Tipton. Gotland, occupation larmer, iit.-tiiis to apply lor
permiaaion to purchase the (ollowing ileacribed
Commenelns at a poat planted about 60 cbaina
woat (rom the N. W. Corner of l.ot 4406, tbence
north 40 ehalna, thence weat 20 chains, thence
aouth 40 chaina, thenco eaat 20 chaina to tha
point ol commencement containing eighty acres
moro or loaa.
Dated Auguat 19  1011. IL F. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 26. 1'- M. Miller, Agent
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict ot Coaat Rang* o
 Miller of London,
Take notice that Frank S.
Eng., occupation civil engineer, Intenda to apply
-    -JPL
(or pormiaaion to purcbaae
tho following dei
.Whites Portland Cement...
G. C.
S��cond Ave,
Prince Rupert, B.C,
Phone 125      Naden Block       Second A��e
From Vancower or Seattle
Through Tickets and all information about your trip
p's steamship Agency
,1AM    Head of Centre St.   Phono 111
Commendng at a poat planted at the N. E.
Corner of Lot 28, thence north 20 chaina, lhance
weat 20 chaina, thenco aouth 20 chaina, thenca
eaat 20 chains to point of commencement, containing 40 acrea moro or leaa. --__
Dateel August 16, 1911. FRANK S. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 26.                           P. M. Miller, Agent
Skoena Land District���Dl-trlct ol Coaat Range 6
Take notice that Lottie McTavUh ol Vancouver,
occupation married woman, intend.1, to apply
for permlsaion to purchaae the following doacribed
Commencing at a post planted at the northwest eorner 100 chains eaat and 20 ehains north
Irom N. K. corner ol Lot 1116, Harvey'a Survey
Coaat DUtrict Rango 5, thonco 20 chaina aouth,
thence 80 chaina eaat, thence 80 chaina north,
thenco 40 chaina weat, thence 60 chaina aouth,
thence 40 chains woat to poat of commencement
dontaining 40(1 acroa more or less.
Ilnteel Sept. 18. 1911. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
I'ub. Sept. 23 Fred W. Bohler, Agent
Bella Coola Land DUtrlct���District of Coaat Range
Tako nolice that H. M. Cliff of Dundalk, Irss-
lanel,   occupation   g-entleman,   Intenda   to   apply
Great assortment of
for men, women, women and children
..Suits and Overcoats for Boys..
in many styles and fabrics that will please  the  little fellows and stand
the wear and tear
in all sizes, and many kinds for men, women ami children
Girl's Dresses
We have just received a large assortment  that we will  sell at special
prices.   Your dollars will go a long way nt
825 Third Avenue        "THE HOUSE OF GOOD VALUES" Pbene 243 Black
Second aveiuc and Third street
Over Weatenhaver Bros.' Office.
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
l.aw-Huller Building       Phone No. 280
Prince Runert P.O. Box 361
of British Columbia
and Manitoba Burs.
uf B.C.. a lirtiirlii. Saskatchewan and AI-
la-iIn Burs.
BARRIBTHBS, Notaries, Etc.
Ofllco-Kxchuniro block, romcr Third avenue and
Sixth Mnt-t. I'rince Ruoert. 8
WM. s. BALL, L.D.S.,
U. D. S.
Crown ami Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental <i|>f*ratii<na nkilfully trcattx.1. Oaa and
local anamht'lint lulminintnrtil for the painless extraction of terth. ConiulUtion free. Officea:
UclKt'rpui, Hlock. Prince Runert. 11-12
Alex.M.Manson U.A.,     W.E.Willlams.it.a..UL.D
Barrilterti Solicitors, etc.
Box 886
I'rince Rupert, B.C
iu IU Coola Land DUtrict���DUtrict of Coul IUnge
Tako notice that 11. M. Cliff of Dundalk, Ireland, occupation gentleman, Intenda to apply for
pernilmiion to loaae tlio following doacribed landa:
Commencing at a post planted at the ahoru
near the N. K. corner of Lot No. 3, ihence norih
in chaina, thencu wuat 80 chaina more or loaa to
eaat Imundary of cannery loaae, thence following
the aaid vtal boundary aouth 10 chaina moro or
laaa to ahoro line, Ihenco following aaid ahorv
line eaaterly 80 chaina more or leaa lo point of
commencement; conulnlng 3_0 acna, mora or
Dated AuRu-t ai. l.'ll II     M     CLIFF
I'ub. SepL SO. William McNair, Agunt
Hella Coola Land DUlrict-DUtrict of Cotat Range
TaJce notico thai II. M. Cliff of Dundftlk, Ireland, occupation gentleman, InUnda lo apply
for permiaaion to leaae the following diwcnbcd
Commencing al a poat planted at the V K
corner of Lol .1:1. thenc* north 20 chaina, ihence
wnt 40 chaina, thence aouth 20 chaina mora or
leaa to ahore line, thence following the ahore line
eaat 40 ehaiaa moro or leaa to point of commence*
merit. conUining 80 cam, more or loaa.
Dated Auguat 31, 1911. II.  M. CLIFF
Pub. SepL 30. William McNair, Agent
Hella CooU Und DUlrict-Duirlct of Coaat Hang
Tako notice ihat li. M. Cliff of Dundalk, Inland, occupation gentleman, Inlenda to apply
for permiaaion to leaao the following d��cnt>cd
Commendng at a pool planted at tho N. W.
corner of Lot No. 4, tbenee north 40 chaina, thence
eaat 40 chaina, thence aouth 40 chaina moro or
Iom lo ahore line, thanca following ahore line
westerly 40 chaina more or laaa to point of commencement; conulnlng 80 acraa, more or loaa
Daled Auguit 28, lyll. ||.   M    CLIFF
i'ul. Sept. 30. William McNair. Agent
Bella Coola Land DUtrict   DUtrict ol Cowl IUngo
Take notlc* that II. M. Cliff of Dundalk, lr.
land,   occupation   gentleman,   tnten<U
for  permuMon  to
Commendng at a poat planted al the N. W
corner of Lot 2-.'2, thenco aouth 40 chaina more
or leaa to northern boundary ol U **. No. 1 *���;������ ... ,1
for ny II. M Cliff, thenc* following aaid boundary
eaat 20 chaina, thenc* north 40 cbaina. thence
writ 20 chatna to point ol cummencemenl; containing M> actea. more or leaa.
Dated Auguat gg, 1911. II.  M. CUFF
I'uh. Sepi. 30. William McNair. Agant
p. o. nox as
H-l-n   OP WM. roXON.  I  -ii . A.R.A.H.. I UN., KNG
Mi: in AM I i.l:   AGENCY
Firar. Lain und Accident in.umeir <*���
������I- .ltd  Avrnii" I'll ni,-:���-  ' ..!..I Hi.-.ii :'.'.*.'
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
OuUitk- Orders Promptly Killed.
2nd Ave. between 10th and Hth Sta
Engliah and Americun Billiards
Twelve Tablea SECOND Ave.
Spill >
lha   lulluatna*   deaarnUal
IMla Coola Uad District��� Diatrict ol Ceiaat Ran*-.
Taka nollea ihst II. M CIW ot Dundalk, Inland, oemipsUon nnllaman. int.u.t. t,. apply
lor i_n��_.K,n u, team Uia lolloaint* daaenlMd
I ..mmrnnnc al a poat planud at tbe a E
corner ol Lot 261, Umic, aoulh 40 chaina mora
or lim* to northern boundary ol lacaaa No. 1
anplie.1 lur by II. M Cliff, Ihenc* eaat 20 chains
alnnf aaul boundary, thenca north 40 chains,
Ihenca *n*x 20 chaina lo point ol eommenc-emcnl,
ceintaininx tm acrra, mere or loss.
I'.'.i  \ ..* . i I*-., fn II.  M.  CLIFF'
Pub. .*- |,i 30. William McNair. Agent -
w. j. McCutcheon *
Carrie* complete alock ot Drug*.   Special
attention paid to filling prcacriptiona.
T\**\t7t Block pmonk No. ts Second Aw.
lor pormission to
the lollowing  desert
Commencing at a post planted on the shore
ol Neclecuconnay River about 10 chaina weat
nf Indian Reserve Line .thence west 60 chains
lollowing thc channel ol Neclectsconnay River.
Ihence south 80 chaina moro or leaa to channel
ol Iti'ila Coola River, thence lollowing channel
ol Hella Coola River eastorly 60 chaina, north
80 chaina more or leaa to point ol ceiminencement;
containing 480 acrea. more or lew.
Ilntoil Aui!ust28, 19ll, H.  M. CLIFF
Pub Sept 80. William McNair. Agent
Skeena Und DUtrlct���DUtrlct ol Coaat Ranga 6
Tako nolice that Herbert J. Macklo ol Pembroke   Ont.,  occupation lumberman,  Intonds to
apply  lor permission  to purchaae th. lollowlng
describcel lands: ^    ,        ,       .......
Commencing at a poat planteel on the lelt bank
ol lhe Zymoeiolta or 2lm-a-got-IU River, Jt aouthwest corner ol I/Ot 1706, thonco northerly, lollowlng
the westerly boundary ol Lot 1706, 80 chains
moro or loss, to the northwest cornor ol uil Lot
1706 thence westerly and southorly, lollowlng
the lelt bank ol said river, 80 chains moro ur loss to
point ol commencement conulnlng 160 acrea
more or leas.
...u"^" T, 1��1.    HERBERT J. MACKIE
Pub Aug 26. Fredericks. CI.rn.nU,Agant
ger root cut nnd arraped In tliln
slices. Let the sugar dissolve before
adding fruil. Cut the peel of lemons In long, thin slices. Let cook
slowly for an hour, then put In Jars.
IViiih Pudding
Peel and slone six large, ripe
peaches, fill the centres with mnra-
schlno cherries. Put on thc Ice to
get cold. Make a custard of 1 cup
of milk, 1-4 cup sugar, yolks of .1
eggs, and a small piece of butter.
When cold, flavor with almond. Line
ii dish with lady fingers or slices of
sponge cake, put in the peaches, then
the custard. Heat the whites of Ihe
eggs stiff and add 1-2 cupful rreum
whipped stlfr. Sweeten and flavor.
Serve cold.
Pepper Sandwich.
This Is always a favorite with those
who prefer dainties that are rather
pungent. Chop n pepper fine, removing all the seeds; place In a sauce
pan with a tablespoonful of butter
and allow ll lo heat without browning. Stir briskly; add a little salt
and remove from the fire. When
quite cold spread between thin slices
of bread, uddlng a little grated
cheese before putting thc slices together.
she knew how to prepare her fat- j
nrili'. lhc one thing aboie all others'
In the cooking line she was proudest '
Then she carefully wro.e ou. ,he     T_^Jr,ti_rrba,^',,��__?l_g ���   Room 28.  Alder Block Upstairs
recipe and took ll with n large plate   Vancouv,-. II. c, nen**u|.aiu*n Inspector, inlenda
Kor Bcginncra and Advanced Pupila
Miss Vera Greenwood
Pupil of Frana Wllraek. Parle and Berlin.
OF   A
or pan of the aforesaid sample of her
highest art  to the sihoolhouse.
There she met all ilu- oilier women
of the nelglinurhood, each wllh a
plate or pnn, and a recipe. Also
the men of the neighborhood were
The various dishes and pans ��c;c
arranged on �� long Inlde. The recipes were carefully copied on blackboard. Food and recipes were numbered lo correspond.
Then everybody got busy sampling the different nrllrlcs. When-
e-tcr anyone found a dish both unfamiliar and palatable, he or she
would note Its runiher and go to lhc
board for lhc corresponding recipe.
li was greal fun���and ni the same
time of greal practical value lo Ihe
folks of lhc , 11111111111111.. For thus
was brought oul Ihe very cream of
the culinary wisdom of the neighborhood, making it easy for enrh housewife to gel lho new Ideas lhal par
tlcularly appealed lo her.
That's what Ihe school social centre clubs of Itoclicsler call a "Heel
pe Exchange."
.V..-VH.���..   ...   ..u   n..|..,M.i   iNsmas,    ......ii-,a
to B|>|,l) Inr permlasion t.i purchase lne lollowlng
desrnM-d lands:
l ..mniene-ing al a poal planlesl at the coniluence ol lllackwater river wiih lhe Naaa tx.m
aboul two mil.-, aoulh Iron, the sistl-i llominlon
Telegraph cabin. P1..1 marked C. tv. II. E W.
Corner, Ihence SO chaina norlh, Ihence Ml chaina
���aat, incncas Ml ehalna aoulh. Ihenee Ho chaina
-..������I to poinl of commencemenl, containing 610
sens more or leaa.
< 11 Mil I -  WILLIAM   HAM
Dated September 211, I'll
Pub. Nov. *.
Kss.'lice       of       llaellscllielal        I'Viiiiiiiii)
Caiiiiprcsscil    Inio   11    Very    Small
Rkoonn Land District-District of Caaslar
Tuko notice that I. Thomoa Carter, of Prlnco
RuSIrt   occupation carpenter.  Intend  to apn y
fur normls-liin 10 purchas. tho following do.crlb-
.eiaVlhrniin the mi.uth of Falls crook and about
li>f-ri ,*k from tbo bench, thonco 80 cha ns
iurlh tl ""ce 40 chain, wost, thence 8(1 chains
ESS!h thenc" east 40 chains to potntof ootnmenco-
Datasl July 7th. l.H. Charles Webster Calhoun,
Pub. Aug. 5th. ���*���**""���
Tales brought to ub from "down
caBt" always tell of the grcnl
kitchen with Its browned beams, Its
flie place, "with half a cord of wood
In " and Us floor white with much
scribbling. In those kood old times
lho large kitchen was taken as a
matter of course, but today the problem of the smnll versus Iho large
kitchen Is one which often disturbs
the thoughtful housewife. After all
the advantages of a large kitchen
aro more picturesque and apparent
than real. They consist In airiness
and plenty of elbow room, In being
able to store a great quantity of
pots and pans In them, and In serving other useful purposes when the
rest of lhc house may hav succumbed to un attack of house cleaning
and In unfit for human habitation,
Thc    advantages    of    the    small
"Mcbbe I'm  wrong," lays Uncle Bill,
"But still-
It seems to me,
By gee,
If men would jusi  be 'on thc square'
An' pay their help a wage that's (air,
We wouldn't have no 'labor war'
No strikes, no revolutions, nor
No nnurchista,
Nor socialists,
Nor millianaire philanthropists
II each one only did his best
Just to be JUST,
There wouldn't be no 'deep unrest'
No great distrust.
We'd get along so kind nnd tree
An' in such peace an' amity,
We'd wonder why
In times gone by
We'd thought these evils 'hnd to be,'
An' that is where'
We'd land if folks would just lie lair
That's how it seems to me
By gee,
Mebbc  I'm  wrong," says Uncle Bill,
"But still���"
Skerna Und Diatrict    Dislrict ol Caaalar
Take notlcr that Thomas Arthur Whlu of Van-
cu.ii.  II. ('.. occupation carpenter. Intends 10
apply  Inr  permission  1..  purehaae  lha  lollowing
d��ernt*eil landa:   -
Commencing at a post planled at the con*
llu* naa- ,,f lllackwater river with Nsss river, about
I two tr,,I,*, aoulh ol the ststh |.���mini���n Telegraph
cabin.   Paul marked T. A  Vi. S. E. Corner, thenc
SO rhaina north. Ihence SO ehaina ...t. ihence so
ehains wuih, tnence so chaina aaat to point ol
CommencemeT. containing 610 acrea mora or leaa.
Daled Sepl. 2.1, 1(11.
j Pub. Nov. S.
Skerna Und Diatrict���District ot Caaaiar
Take   notice   lhal   Angus   Jam...    Mrk.-nsir   of
Vancouver. II. ('., occupation bookkeeper, inlednn.
lo apply for permiaaion to purchaae the following
di-acnlwal lands:
Commencing at a post planted al Ihe con*
fluenca* of lllackwater river with Naaa river, about
two mtla*s soulh Irom the alalh Dominion Telegraph
cabin. Post marked A. J. M. N. W. Corner,
Ihence SO ehaina soulh, Ihence SO ehains east
thence SO chains north, thence SO chaina ws-st
lo point nl commencement, conulnlng 610 acrea j
more or Ic-ss.
Dated Sept. 23, 1911.
Pub. Nov. S.
Skeena Und Dislrict���District of las.iar
Take notice that   Herbert  Mclaennan of  Vancouver, II. C, occupation real asrtate agena, la-tend,
lo apply for permis-sion lo purchaM* the following
,1,-a,nl .1 lands:
Commencing at a post planled al the con*
fluenca* of Itlackaater river with the Naaa river
about two mils* aouth of the sisth Dominion
Telegraph cabin. Pawat marlee.1 II. M N K
Corner, Ihence SO chains south, Ihence SO rhsin.
west, Ihence SO chains north, thence aaa chains
east to point ol commencement, containing 640
acrea more or leas.
Dated Sepl. 2.1. l'.i I III lllll It 1   Mrl.ENNAN
I'ub. Nov. 2.
EBY   Ct%   Co.=_=
Kitsumkalum I.an I For Sale
KITSUMKALUM . |t   (-.
S. O. E. B. S.
.The Prina-e Rupert I..I -... Nu. .Ilu, Sons of
l.nglanl. an~-t.th,. tir.t an-l thirl Tneslsvs In
-���ch month In the Sms of England Hall. SIS 2nd
Av*. at S p.m.
F. V. CLARK. See..
  P. O. Il..�� H'l. Princ Rupert
ERNEST A. WOODS. President. II,., 11
Teacher of Piano, Violin and
Voice Culture.
2nd Ave, ���_       ,.
Between 7th & 8th Sts.    ' """* ,{u."-rl
uneral   Dire-dor and   Embalmer
THIRD   AVENUE      PHONE   356.
Und District-District ad Coast Range '-
Taka  notice  lhal   I,  Thomas   McClymont  of
I'rince   Rupert,   II.   C,   occupation   t.-.l   ealate
I broker. Intend lo apply lor permission lo purchaae
; the lollowlng elesM-rilicd lands:
Commencing at a paot planted at th. S.  Vi.
J cr.rner ol prea-empllon reword 412, thence eist 80
. chains,  thence aoulh  40 chains, thence waat  SO
I chairs to shore of  lake,  Ihence Inflowing shore
of la*, in a noitherly direction to point nl com*
! mencement;   containing 120 *irtm, more or leas.
listed Sept. 6. 1911.      THOMAS MeCLYMtlNT
Pub. Sepl. ��. 1 -a���_i Col.. Afemt
Skeens Und District lli.trict e.f Coast Ranee li
Take notice that lleniamln Rtwwl Rice nt
Prince |lu|ierl, ll. <*., occupation waiter, intends
In spply fur permission ,��� purchase the lollnwini
alescriliiarl lands.
Commencing at a post planteel 6!, chains south
from tbe southeast corner ol Ut 1(160 posl
marked ll ll. II s E. Corner, Ihence 70 chaina
weat. thrnce 6.', chains north, thence 70 chains
eaat, Ihence fir, chains south to pnint ol commencement, containing If,.*, acrva enure or leaae.
Dateal October 21, 1��U.
Pub. Nov. 2
Funeral   Directors
3rd Ave. near 6th St. Phone No. SU
..Grand Hotel..
Worklngman's Home
Free Labor Bureau in Connection
Phone ITS 1st Ave. and 7th St.
GEO. BRODERIUS. Propri.ior
Utile's NEWS Agency
Magazines II Periodicals
l.'IKI.  WHO
She Makes the Itest li.iiirailt*. Sweet-
heiirt.   Wife   or   Mother.
Phone 150
The Insurance People
Plate Class
Employer's Liability
Contractors "and Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared While You Wait.
Mack Realty & Insurance
-Houses and Kenuis
The sirl who has a sweet disposition, or, rather, the one who can hide
her 111 nature behind a smile, is the i .
one who comes out best in this world i '
li Is she who has lovers and friends,
and whom every one is pleased to
do for. Her path has few rooks for
her to stumble over.
The girl with a frown on her face
may  be the best  hearted girl In the
M world, tun she handicap.-, herself at
every turn. Mothers teach their
daughters no end of useless things
w th the best intentions In the world.
losing sight of the most important
study���gentleness of manner and the
worth of a smile.
If they would teach their daughters the value of curbing a bad temper  and   wearing  a   smile  lt   would
help  the  girl,  to  her  advantage  in
We have just arranged with one ;,{-,,r ]ifo     A m,S!, nature Is all a
of our clients  to  place  forty-two matter Of habit; tt can be checked in
lots on the market under exceptional early girlhood.
advantages to the purchasers. The T_i pleasant girl is always sought
lots are some of the best in Sections afwr in company, and by men. Not
7 and S. The prices irt ;'.* low Oil "ian in a thousand bui who
as any On the market, and the would rather laugh with a girl than
terms so ea-<y��� monthly -that any- -*���'���'���' **,h her The girl vho does
one can buy. Along with this'not possess a sunshiny nature causes
exceptional offer, each lot admits -hose with whom she comes In eon-
the puictllMT to a drawing for a '���*** to fell unpleasant and dlscon-
FREE TRIP ROUND THE rented It would take a brave man
WORLD. If you hold the lucky indeed to have the temerity to speak
ticket the trip is yours: or you Of Live or propose marriage to the
can surretuit-r it  for a cash con- sirl with a frown on her face.
The husband who knows from
cruel experience ihat an angry woman ls waiting for him to make war
on  him  for ihe veriest  trifle, with
a face distorted by frowns, naturally Players can risk as much tr.cr.ey as
turns hi* steps in any direction save they like on horse r.'.ees. but wee betide
thst of home. I do not ��sy that the professional who w-igts so much
many of these ��!��es hate not grave ss a sixpence on the match ia which he
causes for complaint No doubt they , i�� encaged. If he iDowi htntatf to be
have; but e��en In tbe face of every approached by the agent ci r.nother
gTlef or anger they shou d smile club who desires his services, he is simply
through t: all ss long ss they can. ' asking for suspension, which mam a
r      If    -.���axing and tenderness fall to  stoppage of his wages.
���.hth    what    they    wish    they j 	
! reason tt out that frowns and' Because potatoes are bad ft.-the ��ind.
���:. rr.es* ��iil not win It for tbem he must not eat them before .- big
The ftrst lesson In the art af a:-  match���unless he c_res to mn tht .isk
"The News" Classified Ads.
���One Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
For Rent ,
i ii ���ai*. ii ���������������_ i  *********** ���**.*'���**��� ********��******%
���aaaajaa^it-wj Of
�������%i'*%ii**ii I I
N"u*e Furnished Rooma,
Biock: Third Av*.
Mrs.  Greenwood.
For Rent-Furnished rooms. Hot and cold water
with bath. Digby Rooma. t5th Ave. and Fulton
Street. tf
For Rent-Soot of England Hall. IU Snd'Ave.. for
Dance*. Fraternal Societies. Social*, etc Apply
Frank A  Ellis. Box i��9 or phone 08. LSti-tf
���{deration. The chances are good���
o::e ::*. forty-two. Come in and
By S.S. Prir.ce Rupert tomorrow a. m.
ARCTIC STUDIO, &�����*_��
PBOtfl Green SX
���****���*** x****^***!*,, *t*A*i<0**t*n**4*i^m ' ��i'%i'xi'^n^iA
j    .... ITEMS OF. . . .    j
��� - ���*���������*. ��� ****** ���*****���** *y
OUR Companie* are n -t*\i for prompt and juat    . . _ .
settlementa.   We write every known  claaa of   L-OtS   1-   and
Insurance.  The Mack Realty and Insurance Co
Wanted book-keeper to devote odd  mornetits to
;--..-..- s-..v. set of books.    P.O. Box ~tti.
Wan ted-Good a-encra! servant. Beat mate* to
capable-person.   Mrs. C. V. Ben net.     250-35*5
Wanted���General aervant sr-rl. other maid kept.
Apply Mra. L. W. Patmore. JSl-tT
Wantard. ��� Dreasntakin.. cleaning and preaa-
inr- repairina* (oe men and women Mra Charlea
Percher. SM Third Ave.   Phone iM Red.     rf
For Bent���Taro roomed cabin. ���*.�������* to McBride. [
freshly papered and clean, only $10 per month.
H  F. McRae _ Co. t-f    I
Wanted hotel mendin. and serins*, alao household
vashtnir and irooinf. SSI Third Avenue, near .
News   ' \-e 3t    i
LIVE AGENTS to sell stock in C ~;*ar :- -.-.-.-- '
pontine for Patent Brick which will i-cvolution-
ite m .-.err. buildinff eoattryctKin. Approved -
and h .*���*.. recomn-coded by leading arcniteecta ;
and builders in Vancouver. Will realise bur ;
.*���-:- Liberal .*-*---��� Only reapon- -
sible partie* need apply. Smith A Roger- 111 r
Pender St. We*-, Vancouver. B.C. 2t
13, Block 29, Section 1.
Park Avenue.   Price $5000. one-fourth
cash, balance 6-12-1* months.
Lot   7,  Block  ih.  Section  5,  Summit
Avenue.     Price   $525.     $225   c_ih,
balance $50 every three months.
Lots 5 and 6, Block 22. Section 7, Sixth
.Avenue.    Price $600 each, one-hall
cash, balance easy.
Lot 3, Block 24, Section 7, Sixth Avenue.
Price   $600,   one-half   cash,   balance
Lots  19 and 20. Block 4, Sect on 8,
corner Ninth and Donald.   Price $*>00,
one-fourth cash, balance 6-12-18
|        F.W.HART
��      2nd Ave. and 6th St. Phone 62
*************) ********#.��.*
does not mean high priced furniture.   A first class store
carries many designs in low-priced furniture that
really beautiful and make a room just as homey and
as the expensive grades.
We carry much of the high priced goods, but in
medium-priced, fine looking, beautifully finished
ings, we are able to please the most exacting
Four room house, Ambro*-e Avenue, i
plastered and painted, best harbor |
view in city. Price $1*��37. $500 i
cash, balance $30 per month.
Lost and Found
FOrSD-2 Small Keya.   In-auu-e at News Otfice.
Five  and  ten  acres,  garden  trucking*
Kitsumkalum.    Price  $65  pei   acre.
A i;".r lad > rit<| ���:*:
In s little trundle bed.
While ;* ~.ts :roop abOM
W::r. ,*r. M -
The l:::ie ;_ce -,s :e_r-#:*Lir.e>d.
But under hi< (lad eyes
.-Vre vision* of a path-.;.*
Tha*. wsr.den up the *.-..r*
H.a :'..
Go dancing in wild (tee.
He r>*ns a~*.    .
All bnfh* and (Had and i***:
The ��tan are tor his pillow
In (olden (loo- spread���
The wind* are singint tor him���
The little curly head.
A taoman ber.ds abov.
Ar.d brrathers a Irapant ; I
Tl ������     ������>* a holy boatt)
In i halo thire.
"Oh. Ittk lad. **at*i path��a>-!>
Are Mag ******
B-- - a hsv*n
As :r. my Boil
"Ok. '.*.:'.t '.ti Craa Arm   .
t*reep ba.-; -,e��t.
*m**\ .. po�� poanfsl
'���x '   :    D ft:-**-** a; n-.y brei��."
tnrtlM is tha: of learr!-r to smite,   of beins Sned.    Fo.- the si:;> ol Otbon
The stnillnu ��irl  I* no:   to be con-  he may iL��o suffer.    If t. f.jund was
. founded with the one  who arouse*! suspended oming to a riot caused by
anta|tonl��m by her ��!mper or (i��le   the decisions ot the referee, the player.
There is a time fo smile, a time although  he  might   have  been  quite
��� hen seriousness !* called for. as :he  blameless, is suspended too. for durir
cloud  momentarily  drawn  over the  the period of suspension he must
face of the bright sun. kick a ball in public within six miles
The woman with the warm, sunny - of the suspended f -und.
disposition   re��vonds    naturally    to ��� ��������� i ���   ,   ������
these   emotion*:    therefore,    there
ineter 1* a meaningless smtle on her
face when there should be a tender
expression en her countenance and
(sympathy in her eye*
The   girl   no:   given   to   tmlling
'should begin a: once to correct tha:
.defect  In  her trmlatftg     Last,  but
by no means leas:. :t will be found
.   the magnet which  wlr-
tni * .*n.
Stores on Second Avenue.
Three lots close in on Third Avenue,
level.   Good lease.
Will buy lota -a Pnnee Rupert at bar_raic pri*r*a
for caah. Apply P.O. Bex etiO siatm* iocatxxi.
pnee. �����. Sl*tf
not   \
E-a*t*rn tteoocrapher ot w.-ie experience wanta
poaitxm. Addreaa "S:et-.vraph��r. id Cor-
doraSt.. Vaxteouvfr. B.C. t-f
Jeremiah E Kugler, lid.
moss XI r.o. *oi sot
irnnunc ttatcaasr*  : ���.���j.rav szavict
We have clients
for property on
\ Second,    Third,
Fourth and Fifth
Aves., close in.
Submit your listings
Continental Trust Co., |
     Second Avenue Prince Rupert   Q
Skerna U_i CHstneR-l1<atnrl ca! Cassuar 	
r***  aatt**  is*-.   I'haa-iaa  ViiDsam   Haa  ol   ���
\ a=c\*s.,etr. B. C. ocvupAttoa isapector.  _ut_i   Casr.-oar.cic. llofvjar. Neaveraher ith. train Nr.
t* asset) lm \ m> z u r jrctas* lie loHowxag ' ^f team Prince Rupert 51. - -:a>.. aad No. ST from
-^cr.&r: _r ���*
xiaec.t' .ncog al   a   poat   plasicd   a:   -.be   �����=���
iArr.ee ..' B_<srara-.e.- hm an-.li Ust Nau nnv
Ba^.-s_e. Storm��-e and  P-scae-ai-dina- Aa-ents.
Kie*s or liotoe Car d*r or night
PI- - I :
T.. Mohi f.H- I'.ur 1..1
Tie*  remain*  of  the  late  Daniel
* ! ;b the hospital last
��ere  taken over to Masse:
ll    Mr    Henry    Edenshaw*
' - : jt-.x*.
Mark Ti.--; once *aid. "In the ft?*:
place God ��� _     Tha*. *t* for
I-M   * made school boards."
Tha: ��� ��� place **.:-.���*
-.1*.   !! ^,' bad    ������ -.   - r:.r..>
-:: he'd have *aid c-.ty nw
In-.T.ense interest is being taken
Kmfc-W B. C Coal.
The opportunity for big fortune*
a*a*u *.hi*e who bu}- stock now ftnt
iawe at extremely low figures .
Ir.vr**.:��.:e Nortberr. Anthracite Col-
L:d.. at our otBc*���dollar *hare*.
IS. each. 5c  cash.
H.  F.  MclUE a CO.
Phone i*>i Ssrccnd Avenue   r.S
'.*-**-..:-. Tn.ess_oa
���besn taa ate tout* froo the sum Uatstsaor __ __,,.. _i.^_,___��, /_. _.t_i..u
T.r_frvi sabs- Poac marked C. W H. S. W. *at��iVal_-_l*r����t����Deatf'��iached-W.
Ccttmt. '.<***** te) (-uaa sort*, ttxee.ee *> chains   .,__, A   K HJfgK* Rr
aaat, taaat* t*> ��___, mlt, l!s,c��� 5, etaja,   ****** Axen: o.T.P. Rr
%sss M petzt at iTamt>eneeenie-.'.. ��_�����,-,.t Us
charles wiluvm h.1*. Coal   \A/nnti��d
Pah. Not. t.
Skesna Laad Dacnct���Distnct ot iux
Taka Deuce that Ttwoaa Arthiar WhiU ot V
ti_Krg__^v^^^A-_^,- .. ER-VEST A- ssa*.
t-�� aulaa mt ot ta* auU Doalaaoa Taiacnrh
oat marked T. A W. S. E. C��nerT2wR I -    _   -    -
sorth. theoee tt) c-aisa net, tbeaes SO NOTICF
ath. ikesw* 10 ehaiaa aut u pout _ -WW* 1-wC-
tv ��cst��i__r S*0 acna m��r�� ����� laa* 	
Dated -atpt 21. ISlt.
Pah. Not. 1
Ske-sa Laad Dacnct���Datnct 0.' *."___.-
Taka aotm that Aa-pa* l*mm   McKeeise el
V-Mva-r. B. C. iirriniatiaa hookkeeper. iitedc-..
t* *��;!/,to farm��� m ta fiiukaaa tht loOo-mc
Ca_ana<u( at  *  poac  p__t��d  at  the  MB*
'-a*.*-    ';-i-..i:/--,^..; \uir.r   ��_v..
taa at _a aoath tras the euth Daataaoa T_aaiiiih
Poac ts__sd A.   J   u. S. Vi. Caraer.
tsi ��__�� oasjtk. theac*   to chain*  eat
fc   -MU*  Mtth.  theac*  SS chains   a**:
----���-.-���-���    s*mmmm*4 *>.   as-ra*.
Dated Sapt. it. llll.
Pis*  N����. i~
Sereuth Are. aad Fulton
Stoves and Ship
���Ranges   Ph^s*   Chandler}*
When in   Vancouver   You   Should   Stay at I
Firsst Cafe ir B.C.     European Plan.    Rates Il.tX) to CS0 per (
Hot and Cold Water in each room.
Vancouver. B.C.
05ert will be rt>ceiT��d by the saderttftMd up li
noc*. oi Friday. Kth day of Novenbcr. 1*1 L tor
use p-rfhaj-r of tbe Eicha&f* Gnil ***** a raour
��� - *���' Aa - -**'u-7 oi wm ���... be faixiaA-
ed cc arpbeatiocu
Starwart *tt Motley.
SC-J5i P. K Hardware * Supply Ca
............... ......
~r  ,w>W,U,. S.Wt
misa-t ��: rt��T
G. T. P. T ranker Af ent.
Orders prt���iptlr SIM.   Pncee rsas. - il v.
OrnCE-H. B. Rocheiter. Certre St     Phooe -V.
extends iu benefiu to all parts of the province, allowing re*
at al! e-autltring and diitar.t poinu to purchase from our ���:
*t-5ck of Diamonds. Jewellery. Silverware. Cut Gla>��. I *
Goods. Art Goods and Notions,  as twiver.ier.tlv as thoush
...^.^4   W^/.  _ _aa_  . a 1 . ...a       . " a
stood before our counters and conducted their purchaiir.g ;
ally in our big Vancouver store.   Our new catalogue will be r . ���
ed about the first week in November in order to allow cu>: -    ���
��� -*���*���*���������* - *���
plenty of time to order their ChruUnae goods before the rj-
the holiday season begins. Make tare you get this caUlof-i
is one of the finest yet issued by the House of Birks. Ware.-.
advertising for special and interesting lines.
I: *.�� ;*-�����: as -.-.-thles* to die or. third      ll t*******************
bttt a�� 7tt > \ ��_o natkai rrea-h ,,*���������> better to pract.ee ** **&'***jmrnim* ta"
the plate ccuntt. .*���-..- -.- 'TT-t:...V.j' ,. . .._,
. :_-- :��.---    : m-rr-. .-' - ���_..��.-
Take h*c_* that  Herbert  MeL*___  et Vu*
������a.*���*. B. C. ��*ac��p*t��ac taa. esscat* aejeet. mtatata
th* 1a_c��_aT
We -a���*- * ���.-..- -.- is th* fe*d re. a_o car
dec m-m: i at th* ioaeat _arket pr.ee*. at *.'*._.-.
-i r.e.! Store. Market ?*ae��
g'jft-l-*-.    ^-^^^.'^
���-**���*<���  *���   ���'>-*<��� -t*- **.
- ���    -JC      .   -        .    *C       a^a   ^
.^Itesl at the eoe-
laca** at Hack, sis* n*m ***** th* Naa* neec
akaat raa fc_a aeatk at* th* sutk Pi*��leait
Te*e��T*f* ra.Sk r��st aarted H M N E
Ce*a*e. theaae *t ___��� saath. theac* tt earn-*
aaal. three* M tAaxaa aartk. xtmam
mam ta paaat at _*_���*���*_���*���_ I
Pre���*t Del) rant
Phoce* f. oe * i
Tenders Wanted
.;fred. stork:i
General Hardware
Builders' Hardware
Valves & Pipe*      Oxford Stoves
Graniteware       Tinware
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
Jewellers and Silversmiths
Sensational Exposure of the
:**-n tape, t*. lilt       HERBERT McLENNAN
Pah N*r. 1
Satsaaa Laad Dacnct-Diatnct et Caaac Ra-t* >
Tak* aacM* that  L  Theo-i  McCtrmoei  c*
x*t*tam  Rapan.   B.   C.   o����.p*-aa   raai   ma-.
'~**mt**m*m*m\ ___?���" " P"*~
���aaaaa*. �� a pa*c planted at th* S.  w.
at *tt -ipHna iwaa I 411 Uaac* *r�� SI
** ehaiaa, Uaa** aasc  s;
at laaa. tian ligiaen shoe*
at lak* ta a atrxtmetr mnmu p^ac af <acc-
Datad ****��� *, IS1L     THOMAS McCLVMONT
rst. Sepc *. Ml C��Ja. An*-.
-akevaa Laad Daenr ��� Dacnct
r-iaew Raw. B. C
. ��� --��� ��
oeamhad laada.
al a i
af Caaat Raa(e i
Ra_n    Ra*    ..'
Separate Tenders wili be receiveti by
the undersigned up to 5 p.m. Nov. .-:*
1911. for tbe following work in connec
* with the new City Fire Hall. Plastering and Brickwork. Doors and
Frame*. Wir.iow Frames a.-.d Sash.
all trim. Base and Stairs, all Galvanized Iron Roofing. Flashings. Gutter-
and Dowr. Pipes.
Plan* i-: specifications at tbe -.*..--
of Me��*rs. Potter tt Lailey. architects.
Ernest A, Woods.
Citr Clerk.
the Maataf
in motion picture*
J ss
lac mm.
**t**st4 B. K R S t Can**. Uaaee M
am. Uaac* SS chain* met*. Uaac* ***
ease Uaac* U rt*_a aaath t�� t***a: at
��� ian���iit-- ���**___*; tii aerm *am* ar laa.
Dated Orlatar tl. l��ll.
P��t  Nee. t
��� .-.
With illustrated Lecture by .Mr. Jack Martin.
Positively nothir.ir objectionable.   Special invitation ex-
:ed to the !adi�� and all other* interested
in aociai refonr,
F-s-a Casta* Land Dacrteat���Dac-xt cf Caaac Raat*
Tak* -.-oc* tkat B. M. C_f cf Pallet. Ira-
a,i4   s��fa��aina gaad���aaa. iat��__i t* atyaiy lee
mm U* laOratas lim 1*.: laada
Flat is Rind Block, corner Sixth Avenue
���iT.d F.:-or. Street.
Aho *:ores in same block.
Two cottage; con er Second Avenue sno
Ninth Street.
the city.
:.. * - ..: r. --
W"c represent some ol the largest Companies doing bjsinese in tbe City.
t-e-��*d AaraMI'.. 1*11
Pkh. Vtt- M.
Come Elarly on Account Crowds
Popular Price   -   25c
�����*..-   Afsaat
F��Ca Csaia Laad Datnct���Dacnct cf Caasc Raar>
Tak* tatic* Ual H   M   Cttt at Daad-X In-
aat   uraaasaia   sisilaais.   .tleads  w   taal*
Is*  I naaliai i a t* laaa* Ua  la***r*ag Am*****
S.*cond Ave. Phone 112
'mm *-�� ckart laa Uaae* lssssa_�� th* alan la*
#|    saaa H tsxmtt* ***** *> aaa u SmrnxX et c
-  -<; -a* ������-. -.-- i-v-vi- ?& E SS * "^i _J_Q
Advertise in
The Daily News
Dd away with this.    Patronixe a whi:^
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Lanndry. Phone 118
We, the undersigned, state tha: ��-.;.*
s***m<*** rtatemen'aS made ty us ���
to tbe character of Mn. trie Rosang
are aheoluteiy without foundation, and
were made in the heat of a quarrel
l-etaeer. ou?��eI'-��, and we believe Mr*.
Rosang   to   be   a   respectable   moral
���a   ���.-.-.
Dated at Pr.nce Rupert, this 1st day
of November. 1SU.
Tlie Besl
Absolutely ptUt


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