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Array THE WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending 5 a.m.,
Sept. 15
WAX TEMP.    WN.TMI*.    BAR.        IN. RAIN
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Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
VOL. II. NO. 211
Prince Rupert, B.C., Satruday, September 16, 1911.
J
COWPER WE CORM
GUKNI
MADE RECORD RIDE FROM
CHARLOTTE TO MASSET
Prince Rupert Man Rode One Hundred and Twenty
Miles in Twenty-Three Hours Riding Time on
Same Horse���Made Long Night Ride
Through Wednesday's Storm
Masset, Sept. 15.���To ride a
distance of one hundred und twenty
t. ilea from Charlotte City to Mas-
sit in twenty-three hours without
changing horses���most of the way
during the blinding storm of Wed*
ncsday night���is the record of
horsemanship made here by Mr.
J. S. Cowper of Prince Rupert,
accompanied by Mexican Tom,
tin- cow puncher of Eioanda River.
Tin* trip has always been cor.-
lidercd a good three days' ride,
and when the party left Charlotte
City at 10.30 a.m. on Tuesday to
catch the Prince John at Masset
on Thursday noon, it was freely
prophecied that they were at-
tempting the impossible.
It was decided to make one
day's ride, and then after a rest
to make a day and night ride to
finish. The first day brought the
party to Walch's ranch at the
TI-KI Kiver, after seven and a
half hours ride over the new
trail from Charlotte City.
From TI-KI which was left at
8 a.m., Mexican Tom's ranch was
made at 2.50 p.m. The storm
by that time had arisen, and lift*
Mexican's horse was all in. After
a ust till 8 p.m. to allow of fording
tin- tidal rivers, a start was again
mule at the height of the storm
lo make a night ride along the
...ist to Tow Hill. Mexican had
a new mount, and led his black
Stallion, Marquis, as a precaution
against accident.
Only one accident occurred,
when the Mexican's horse fell
in jumping a log in the darkness.
K.iunding Rose Spil in the storm
and darkness the travellers trusted
t'�� the horses finding lhe trail.
Smith's store at Tow Hill was
reached at 1.15 a.rn. after fording
the Heillen River, the riders being
dfenched to the skin. A fresh
start was made al 7.45 on the last
stretch to Masset, which was
readied  at   11.15.    The   Prince
John which was stormbound, did
not arrive till late in the evening.
The feature of the ride was the
splendid performance of the Mex.
lean's young man- Annie Laurie,
which carried Mr. Cowper the
entire journey, wearing out two
relays of older horses, and finishing
lhe trying journey in a fresh condition. She has never been broken
to the saddle, and it was not
expected at the start that she
could last morc than half thc
journey but she covered the long
journey in less than twenty-three
hours actual riding lime, in the
teeth of a gale, without whip or
spur, finding her way in and out
and over the drift logs on the
eastern shore of Graham Island in
the darkness.
The record is expected to stand
for many years to come.
TREADWELL GOLD LOST
Efforts   to   Recover   Ramona s
Cargo May Succeed
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Seattle, Sept. 10.���Il was a
gold consignment from the Tread-
well mines which went down with
the Ramona the other clay off
Spanish Island. Thc amount was
$180,000 consigned to San Francisco. Efforts are being made to
recover it an may prove successful
bOWN with LAURIE*,
TO BE HOTTEST ELECTION
EVER KNOWN IN CANADA
Each Party Has Practically a Man in Every Riding-
Conservatives Trying Some Monkey Work at Port
Arthur���The Nominations at Vancouver
A DUET IN DIFFERENT KEYS.
MOMENTOUS DESPATCH
France's Reply to Germany
Over Moroccan Crisis Despatched.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Paris, Sept. 15.*��� France's reply
to Germany's demand regarding
Morocco was despatched by special
courier to Berlin toniKht after
being sanctioned by President Fal-
lieres. The contents of the despatch are maintained rigidly secret.
Psntorium Pioneer Cltsnera, Phone 4
Ottawa, Sepi. 111.���Nomination
day yesterday showed that each
party had its man iu practically
every riding in the Dominion, li
is conceded on all hands that this
is going to be one of the hottest
elections in the history of Canada.
Toronto, Sept. 16.- The first
member of the twelfth Parliament
of Canada is W. M. German of
Welland, Liberal, who was elected
by acclamation today. Contests
will be held in the other 2211
ridings. Wetland member is anti-
pact.
The onlj incident of nomination
day was p.t Port Arthur, where
Carrick, Const rvative, wa.s declared elected by acclamation by
the mayor of the city. After
Returning Officer Horrigan, who
had announced the postponement
of the election al Thui'der Bay
to October 12th. had accepted
the deposit of 1200 from Carrick,
he then left thc room.
The electors present declared
this illegal, but ihe Mayor in the
chair ruled as above. This action
will be ignored by Liberals.
Vancouver, Sepl. Ki.���The nominations here yesterday were Senk*
ler, Stevens and Kingsley.
UNION IS STRENGTH
DUNCAN ROSS HERE FOR
BALANCE OF THE CAMPAIGN
His Visit to the Islanda Showed Him How Rapidly They Must Develop Under Reciprocity���J. S. Cowper's Memorable Ride���Frank Angers Sketches a Conservative Government, by an Army of Rebels, With McBride as
Commander-in-Chief and Bourassa as First Officer
Anglican General Synod Passes
Progressive Resolution
GEORGE'   DID IT
Smart Rescue Effected by Popular G. T. P. Boat
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver,      Sept.      15.���The
Bteamer Prince George picked up
off   Point   Grey   tonight   Messrs.
Peck and Hume, two Vancouver
men whose yacht was dismantled
and nearly v recked in yesterday's
storm. The men were in great
danger, and iheir rescue smartly
effected by the Prince George was
greatly appreciated by the boat's
passengers.
GIGANTIC MILL MERGER
Fifty Million Dollar Transaction in Washington and Oregon.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Portland, Ore., Sept. 16.���The
mill owners of Washington and
Oregon are sigi ing a consolidation
agreement effecting a gigantic merger of mills involving capital to
lhe amount of fifty million dollars.
NOT   PLAIN   SAILING
Air
Navigator Makes Only  20
Miles of Long Flight
LOST IN THE BUSH FOR
THREE DAYS AND NIGHTS
Terrifying Experience of Mr. Whyte,  a Seventy Year
Old Vancouver Man, While on Graham Island
Last Week���Lived on Wild Berries and is
None the Worse for It
To be lost in the woods ol
Graham Island last week without
food or shelter for three days and
*WO nights was thc terrifying experience of Mr. White of Tow Hill,
a seventy year old retired carriage
maker from Vancouver.
Mr. White who has had a longing
to spend his declining days by
the sea side, came to Graham
Island a few weeks ago to look
for a small pre-emption for himself
���uid wife. Hc found one on the
north coast of thc island near
Cow Hill, and is erecting a house
and cultivating a smalt patch of
'he land there.
A few" days ago he started out
for a Utile walk inland following
���i survey line. Before going f;T
he lost the line and though he
walked to and fro all day he could
HOI pick it up again. At night
hfl built a fire, and slept. Next
day In* set out again. Walking
in a circle he only succeeded after
���i day's march in getting back
to the remnant of his last night's
fire. He war then without a
match and had to sleep in the
cold. Again next day and the
sucecding night he walked aliout,
vainly trying to find thc way out.
Hc could hear shots and shouts
of the searchers, and the sound of
thc breakers on the shore, but
could not find any pan out.
At last on the third day he
found the trail to Cape Fife, but
mistaking thc direction walked
further into thc bush, where fortunately he was picked up by
a settler.
During the whole time, Mr.
White subsisted on wild berries
and is little thc worse for his
adventure. Nothing daunted by
his experience, he is still firmly
decided to spend the remainder
of his days with his wife on Graham
Island.
It may smash the Empire if
potatoes are a little cheaper in
Vancouver this winter. Then,
again, it may not.
The smoker at the Liberal committee rooms last night was the
most enthusiastic of the campaign,
the hearty cheering starting with
the appearance of Duncan Ross,
just in from the Queen Charlotte
Islands and continuing all through
his address. The candidate was
tired from his strenuous trip but
his supporters insisted that he
make a s|H-ech and he gave a
rattling good ore.
Mr. Ross first told some of -the
incidents of his trip to the islands,
upon one of which he made a
telling point for reciprocity "I
saw  the  American  fishing  fleet,"
he said, "fishing off the banks of
Graham Island. The boats were
ouisidc of the three mile limit but
within sight of Masset.
What the Tariff Does
"The American fishing boats,
you must understand, take ten
million dollars worth of halibut
from those banks, but owing to
thc tariff, these vessels are prevented from calling in at any port
on Graham Islands to purchase
their supplies there, and the fishermen are prevented from making
their homes there, bill must take
their catch six hundred miles
away to the south.
"They lake these ten million
dollars worth of halibut from these
Canadian waters, and the tariff
prevents lhe Canadian from gct-
gint ope five cents worth of this
catch. After the reciprocity agreemeni is ratified by your voles next
Thursday these fishermen will make
their homes near the banks at
Masset, they will buy their supplies there, shelter their boats
there, and ship their halibut in
cold storage or on the Grand
Trunk steamers. What a tremendous stimulus lhat would give
London, Out.. Sept. Hi. The
General Synod of the Anglican
Church has passed a resolution
favoring union with other Christian
bodies in Canada and throughout
ilu- world.
Evidence of the popularity of
reciprocity in the West is coining
to hand daily. At North Edmonton seven Conservative speakers
were greeted by eight of an audience ;ti ;i party "rally."
Paterson, X. J., Sept. 10.���James
Ward, who started from New York
on an aeroplane flight to San
Francisco, landed here tonight, less
than twenty miles from his starting
point.
MAINE MAY GO   WET"
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Portland. Maine, Sept. 10.���
Latest reports indicate the defeat
of prohibition by a majority of 155.
The Stale of Maine has been a
dry state for many years and the
change will be almost an innovation.
CLEMENTS CONFRONTED
BY J. ^COWPER TONIGHT
The Elusive "Bean" Challenger After Issuing One More
of His "Safe" Challenges, Will Be Cornered at
Last in Kitsumkalum Tonight by Man He
Challenged
(Continued on page 6.)
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(Canadian  Press Despatch)
New Westminster, September 16.-- What constitutes the largest and most successful robbery in the history of the American continent, was pulled off In the early
hours of Friday morning. Three or four men entered the Bank of Montreal about
midnight, when the clerk left, blew the safe and secured two hundred and fifty-eight
thousand dollars. Over twenty thousand of this was in gold, one hundred and fifty
thousand in five and ten dollar bills, and the remainder in larger denominations.
The Chinese janitor entered the bank at four o'clock. He was seized, bound,
gagged and thrown into the basement, where he remained until six o'clock when he
got free and informed the police.
The perpetrators made a successful get away. They were apparently familiar
with the premises. The door of the safe was blown clear Over thirty thousand
dollars in gold and silver and bills were scattered over the premises by the force of the
explosion. The furniture was badly damaged. The night was very dark, raining
and windy.   There is absolutely no trace of the burglars.
At   Kitselas laat night   H. 9.
Clements in an atiti-rcprociciiy
speech issued a challenge to .Mr.
J. S. Cowper to meet him on the
public platform tonight Bl Kii-
sumkalum.    Up till a hue hour
last night, il was believed in
Prince Rupert that Mr. Cowper
had extended Ilis QuCCU Charlotte
Islands campaign tour, and would
not be back in I'rince Ruperl ihis
week.
Bona fide Information had, in
fact, been given by the Daily
News staff to outside inipiirers
.luring the week that Mr. Cowper's
programme was Intended lo include a visit to Bella ("oola about
this week-end. Il seems pretty
evident that Mr. Clements' challenge is designed like the done-
over one he dished out to Duncan
Ross lenowning quite well that
inlet ded, rung out his challenge
on empty air. This very morning
B telegram flashed defiance along
the wires to him, bidding him be
ready to make his challenge good
at   KitStimkaluffl   tonight.     Both
Mr. J. S. Cowper and Mr. Frank
R. Angers will be there to meet
him.    He cannot  shirk  this occasion.    Nemesis, and  this time,
fleet  of foot, is on Ilis track, for
by twenty-three hours record break
ing hard horseback travel for one
hundred  and   twenty  miles  from
Queen Charlotte City to Masset,
Mr.  Cowper managed to catch
the   boat  for   Rupert,  and   took
ir.'in   this  I'flemoon   with   Frank
Angers  bound   for  Kitsumkalum.
When   Mr,   Clements   opens   his
meeting tonight J, S. Cowper and
F. R.  Angers will be there with
ledge-hammer answers to his puny
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Duncan Ross had jusi compleled I opposition arguments against Ross
hard and fast announced arrange-land    Reciprocity���while    if    Mr.
ments taking him out o( Rupert.    Clements invites it he can have
But  this  time  Mr.  Clements la   few   more   hammer   Ups  from
will  find that he has not  as he I Hansard. THE DAILY NEWS
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Saturday. Sept. 16
RELATIVE TRADE AND TARIFFS
A seeming reason advanced against the simultaneous removal
of tariffs on natural products i.-> that larger quantities of these goods
art- now shipped from tlie l'nited States to Canada than from Canada
lo the l'nited Stales. The argument is in. its basic assumption invalid.
for no matter how the relative volume of purchases and sales may
develop, both countries would benefit by the removal of obstruction.
Good roads, which are simply the removal of obstructions, benefit
both city and country, though they be used entirely to bring goods
from country to city or from city to country.
But accepting the fallacious basis of the argument for the benelii
of those who think it injurious to buy and beneficial only to sell, there
are no grounds for alarm at lhe proposed tariff removals. American
Sides in Canada have exceeded Canadian sales in lhe l'nited States
largely because the American tariff has been more absurdly obstructive
than our own. Canadian products thai might have been sold in the
l'nited States lo lhe benelii of both buyer and seller have been forced
lo the British market, where they proportionately displaced American
goods and lowered American prices. Wheat, for example, is taxed
twenty-five cents per bushel on entering the Tinted Stat.'les from
Canada and "only" twelve cent- on entering Canada from the United
States. Yet by the latest annual return Canada imported 64,064
bushels from the l'nited Slates and exported 162,383 bushels to that
country, which goes to show that Canada had the wheat to sell and
the Americans wanted it. The balance will be increased when, twenty*
five cents per bushel is taken olT lhe American duly and twelve cents
off the Canadian.
Theorists who imagine two nations are two Individuals trading
must be puzzled lo learn lhal each bought wheat from and sold wheal
to the other.    But this international trade is not between two individuals, but between millions of people living adjacent along four
thousand miles of boundary.    A man in Vancouver might find it
beneficial io buy from a man in Seattle the same line of goods that
a man in Boston might buy from some one in Si. John, N. B.   Relief
anywhere must be mutually  beneficial, and as the Americans are
making the greater tariff reductions on natural products the increase
in exports to the United Slates will probably be greater than the
increase in iutporis from that country.   We have a convincing proof
of that in the American duty on cream, which through a typographical
error was changed from five cents per pound to five cents per gallon.
.*\s a result of the change Canada's export of milk and fresh  cream
to the  l'nited Slates increased  from a comparatively trilling loud
of SS.'oti in ihe year ending with   March. 1009, lo $1,731,393 in the
year ending with March last.
Similar changes mutually beneficial will follow the removals
agreed upon. The American duty on ...us is fifteen cents per bushel
antl the Canadian ten cents. The barley duty is thirty cents in the
United States and fifteen cents in Canada. The duty on peas is twenty-
five cents and fifteen cents per bushel, and on beans forty-five cents
and twenty-five cents per bushel, respectively. Indian corn now
pays fifteen cents per bushel in the l'nited States and is free in Canada.
In hay the duly is $1 per ton in the l'nited States and S2 per ton
in Canada. Potatoes iire taxed t.vcniy-five cents and twenty cents
per bushel, respectively. The apple duty is seventy-five cents per
barrel in the United Stales and forty cents per barrel in Canada.
Obviously the throwing off of these many similar duties will make a
greater increase in the volume of profitable American purchases than
in the volume of profitable Canadian purchases, Many of the rates
are difficult to compare on account of differem systems, and in a
few cases the Canadian duties arc higher, but tin* American reductions
are in the iiggregate far greater because their obstructions have been
more extreme,  This should relieve all fear .is to the relative quantities
of goods thiit will be perm ii ted to pass both ways when the obstructions
are rem..veil.
WARK'S
CLOSING
JEWELRY
SALE
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
II
Henri   Bourassa���Upon  whose  anti-British,   down-wilh-the-navy
propaganda the whole hope of Conservative victory reata���prefers
not to discuss reciprocity. He says il is not ihe issue. Mr. Bourassa
is himslef in favor of reciprocity. In his pamphlet on reciprocity he
expressed this opinion:
"The essential conditions of our economic situation cannot
be ignored. The majority of the Canadian people live on the farm
Canada is above all a country of natural productions���fanning
forcslry, mining and fishing, and Industries derived therefrom
Ostentatious as may be the manifestations and the banquets
of  their association,  manufacturers cannot  bring us  to believe
that the whole of Canada and that 'other fellow'counts for nothing.
The eight million Canadian producers and Consumers are scattered
alongside a conventional boundary by which they are separated
from nearly one hundred million human benings having, to a
large extent, a temperament, habits ami needs similar to their
own.    To prevent these two peoples making between themselves
the local exchanges which are necessitated by the exigencies
of such a peculiar condition of things, and to stop the generi
trade arising therefrom, is impossible and unreasonable."
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The Graham Island Oil Fields. Limited
CAPITAL STOCK $1,000,000
We are otTcring for Hale a very limited
amount of -.1,-,, ,-H of stock at 25c per nhsre;
par value ��1.00. These sharea are going
quickly anu will soon be off the market     :   :
THE MACK REALTY & INSURANCE COMPANY
SELLING AGENTS ,
*\Wr**\\*mMr*��t*^
During tho past six days man)
aistoiniTs have visitctl our closing
sale and were completely surprised
at tlie rare bargains wo are tillering
on every lino of merchandise wo
carry. Many of them have purchased their Christmas Gifts
because they fully realize the
great saving of about one hundred
percent they are making.
Such   an   opportunity   cannot
come  to  the  citizens  of   Rupert
gain this season.
TODAY IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY
$30.00 Ladies Hand Bags $18.00
Skoona land DUtrlct���District uf Coaat liunlie 6
'luko  notice  that   Surah   E.   Alton  *.��(   Pri-fl-*
Huport,  occupation  ntirso,  Intendi to ���M>lll>" .��-$
iionmsaion  to  purchaae tho  tullowitiu   dorioribod
landa:
Commencing at a poat plantod nt tho Northwest corner 140 chains easterly ^HKhtly north)
from the northeast, corner of 1a>i U16 (Harvey
Survey) Coaat District, Rango V, thenoa W chimin
east, thence 80 chains south ilu-nce *U> chuina
west, thence 40 chains north, thenee 10 chains
wost, thence 40 chaini north to port ��' com"
moncoment containing 480 acrtw more or leas.
Dated June 14, 1911. SAltMI B. ALTON
Pub. July 16. Kred Holder, ApM
Skeena Land Diatrict���District ol Coaat EUnM fi
Take notoe that Linford Sewull Bell ol I'rince
Huport, B. C. occupation locomotive i-nuineor,
intends to apply for permiaaion to purchase KM
following descrihod landa:
Commencing at a post plant.-1 on thc north
bank of the Zimogotiu River almut three l-i)
mites distant (upstroam) in a westerly direction
from the junction of tho Utile Zimogotiu Hiver
and tbe main Zimogotiu River, thenoe nor 40
chaina, thence west 40 chains, thetuv aouth 40
chains, thence eaat 40 chains to poet ���'' *���'*���"���*'
mencement conUining 160 acres more or leu.
Daled June 7, 1911. LINFORD SKWALL ��KLL
Pub. July 8. Geo. H. l'utnam, Agent
Caaslar   Land   District���Diatrict   of   Skoena
Take notice that I, -Lemuel Freer of Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following dearibedr lumU:
Commencing at a post planted on tho shore
In a northerly dlroction from I'ort Nelson Cannery
marked I* K.'a S. E. Corner, thence *!u chains
nortb, thonoe 20 chaina weet, tlience 'JO chuins
south to ahore line, thence along tho aliuro to
point of commenoement, contaiiiiti,: 40 acres more
Dated Juno 10, 1911
Pub. July ti.
LKMCKL FREER
J. M. Collison, Agont
Skeena Land Diatrict���District of Coast Hange V
Take notice that Jeaae M. Tallman of Cedar
Rapids, Iowa, occupation lawyer, intends to
apply for permlasion to purcha.su tho following
described landa:
Commonclng at a poat planted on tho southerly
shore of KuUymateen Inlet on thu right bank
of a small stream ilowing Into aaid Inlet just east
of Crow Lake. Thence aouth 80 chains, thenco
west 20 chaina more or leaa tu thu shore line of
Crow Lake, thence northerly and easterly following the ahore Unea of Crow Lake, tho Inlot
to Crow Lake and KuUeymutcun Inlet to the
plaao of commencement, containing forty acrea
more or leas. Located August 7, 1911.
Dated Aug. 9, 1911. JESSE If, TALLMAN
Pub. Aug. 12.
Skeena Land District���District of Coast Rango 5
Tako notico that it. F. Miller of Tipton. Eng
land,  occupation   farmer,   Intunds  to  apply   fur
fiermission   lo  purchaae  the  following  doscribod
anda:
Commencing at a post planted about 60 chains
wost from tho N. W. Corner of Lot 4406, thonce
north 40 chains, thence west 20 chains, thencu
south 40 chaina, thence east 20 chains to the
point of commencement containing eighty acrus
more or lesa.
Dated August 19, 1911. It   F.  Mil.I.Kit
Pub. Aug. 26. P. M- Miller, Agont
COAL   NOTICE
Skeonu Land Diatrict���DUtrlct of Queen Charlotte
Islands
Take notice that Austin M. Ilrown of Prince
Hupert, occupation aaddlor, Intonda to apply
to tho Chief Commiaaioner of Lands and Works
fur a licence to prospect for coal, oil and petroleum
on and under the following described lands on tho
Wost Coast of Graham Island:
Commencing at a post planted throe miles east
of the northeast corner of C. L. No. 4474 thenco
80 chains .smith, thonce 80 chains west, thonce 80
chains north, tnonce SO chains east lo point of
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
located August lit, 1911.
I'ub. Aug. 17.
Skeona Land DUtrlct���DUtrlct of Quoon Charlotte
Islands
Take notice that Austin M. Rrown of Prince
Hupert, occupation aaddler, Intends to apply
to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
for a licence to prospect for coal, oil and petroleum
un and under the following described lands on the
Weat Coast of Uraham IsUnd:
Commencing at a poat planted three milea east
of the northeast corner of C. L. No. 4471, thenco
80 chains eaat, thonce HO chaini aouth, thence 80
chaina west, thence 60 chaina north to point of
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Located August lit, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skoena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
lalanda
Take notice that Auatin M. Brown of Prince
Rupert, saddler by occupation, InUnds to apply
to the Chief Commlaaioner of Lands and Works
(or a licence to prospect (or coal, oil and petroleum
on and under the (ollowing described lands on thu
West Coast of Graham laland:
Commencing at a post planted throe miles east
of lho northeast corner of C. L. No. 4471 thenco
soulb 80 chains, thence weat 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence oaat 80 chaini to point
of commencement.
AUSTIN   M.   BROWN,   Locator
Located Auguat 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skoona Land DUtrlct���DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
lalanda
Take notice that Auatin M. Brown of Prince
Rupert, occupaUon aaddler, InUnds to apply to
the Chief CommUaioner ol Landa and Works for u
licenco to prospect (or coal, oil and petroleum on
and under the following described landa on the
Weat Coast of Graham Island:
Commencing at a poat planted three miles east
of tho southeast corner of C. L. No. 4470 ihence
norlh 80 chains, thence eaat 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thenoa west 80 chains to poinl uf
commencement.
AUSTIN It BROWN, Locator
Located Auguat iat, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
lalanda
Tako in tire that Auatin M. Brown of Prince
Rupert. occupaUon aaddler, intendi to apply to
the Chief Commiaaioner of Lands and Worka for
a licence lo prospect for coal, oil and petroleum
on and under the following described lands on the
West Coaat of Graham laland:
Commencing at a poat planted three miloa east
of the southeast cornar of C. I- No. 447& tbence
80 cbaina weat, thenoe 80 chaina north, 80 chains
Skoena Und DUtrict���DUtrict of Coast Range 5   eaat,  ihenco 80 chaina aouth to point of com
Take   notice  that   I.   Thumas   McClymont   ol, mencement. ...������.���  M   ,,���������*���   f��������
Prineo   Rupert,   B.   C,   occupation   real   estate AUSTIN M. HHOW N. Locator
broker, intend to apply for permission lo purchase ' ii00*11^1 Au*ual 1,t' m1,
the following deacribed lands: " p    ">b- A��*. 19-
Commencing  al a  paot  planted  at  tho S.  W. ��#*.__   r**.   i ..
corner ol preemption record 412. ihenco eaat 80 I ���"����� Und DUlrict-DUlrict of Queen Charlott
chains, thenco south 40 chnins, thence weat 80 | lolinda d-iJSL
chuina to ahore of lake,  thenee following shore I ., Fake notice that Auatin M   Brown of Prince
of tako In a northerly direction to point o( com-1 Kupwi.   occupation   aaddler,. intenda   to .apply
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DHBMBWBtl   containing 320 MM more or If
Dated Sept. 5, 1911.      THOMAS McCLYMONT
rub. Sept. 9. Earnest Cole, Agenl
Skoena Land District -District of Coasl Rango 5
Taku notice that K. 11. Q   Miller of Falmouth
Kng., occupation aurvoyor, intends tu apply (o
fHirn.isa.on   lo  purchaso   Ihu   following   doscribod
anda*.
Commencing at a post plante.i al lho V W. Corner of Uil il."'.. thunca woat Ml chiana, thunco aouth
20 chaina, thence oaal 80 chaina. Ihenco north 20
chaina tu the poinl of commencement containing
100 acros more or loss.
Dated August 15, 1911. K. II. ��.  MILLt.lt
Tub. Aug. 20. 1'* M. Mill.-r. Agant
Skeona Land Diatrict���Diatnct of Queen Charlotte
1 aland*
Tako notico that Auatin M. Hrown of Prince
Hupert, occupation aaddler, intenda to apply tu lho
Chief Commtaaionur of Landa and Works fur a
licence to proapoct for coal, oil and petroleum on
and under the following deacribed lands on the
Wost Coast uf Uraham laland:
Commencini at a posl planted three miles raat
of thu northeaat corner of C. L. No. 4472 ibence
north bo chaina, thenca eaat ttO chains, thenc*
south bO chaina, thencu weat 60 chains to point of
commencement.
AL'STIN It, DHOWN, Locator
Located Auguat Iat. 1911.
I'ub. Aug. 19.
to thu Chief Commiaaioner ot Landa and Worka
for a licence to proapoct for coal, nil and petroluum ���
on and under the fullowlng described lands on the ,
Wesl Coast of Graham laland:
Commencing at a poat planted three mites east
1 of the southoaet corner of C. L. No. 4470 ihence
woat  80 chains,  thance north  80 chains,  thence
' east 80 chains, thenca aouth 80 chains to puint of
1 cummuncume.it.
AUSTIN M. HHUWN, Locator
I Localed August 1st. Ull.
1 Skeena Land District���District uf Queen Charlutte
Islands
I     Tako nutice that Austin M.  Hruwn uf Prince
Hupurt, saddlur, inlands lo apply tu the Chief '
I Commiasioner of Lands and Works for a licencu
! lo prospect for eoal, oU and petroleum on and under
\ thu following daacribed lands on ihu West Coast of
Graham Island:
I     Commencing at a post planted throo miles from
the aoutheaat corner of C. L. No. 4472 thunce 80
, chains west, tbenc* 80 chains north, thenco 80
l chaina east, Ihence 80 chains south lo point of
i commencement.
AUSTIN  M. UROWN, Locator
Located August 1st. 1911.
I'ub. Aug. 19.
SEALS
STOCK  CERTIFICATES
STOCK LEDGERS
STOCK JOURNALS
COMPANIES' ACT
Account books of all kinds in
stock or made to order. Everything for the ofllce :
McRae Bros., Ltd
2nd   Ave. and Sixth  Si.
: Skeena Land District���Diatrict ot Queen Charlotte
lei and ���
Tako notice that AusUn M.  Urown ot Prince
' Rupert,   K   C.  occupation  aaddler,   lnt��nds  to
I apply to thc Chief Commlaaioner of Lands and
: Wonts (or a licence to prospect (or coal, oil and
Skaena Land DUtrict���Dislrict of Queen Charto tt    petroleum on and under tha following descnl>ed
Islsnds , landa on the Weat Coaat of Graham laland:
Taku notie* that Austin  M    Ilrown of Princa .     Commencing at a post plantod three mdee east'
Rupert, occupation aaddler, Intends lo apply  lo \ of the northeast corner of C. L, No. 4478 thence |
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80 chains soulh, thenoa 80 chains aast, thance AO
chains north, thenca 80 chains wast lo point of
commencement.
AUSTIN M. DHOWN, Locator
Dale of Location Slat July, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
tha Chief CommUaioner ot Lands and Works (or
a licence to prospect for coal, oil and petroleum en
and under the (ollowing described lands on the
West Coaat of Graham Island:
Commencing at a post planted ihreo milaa -emit
of the northeaat cornor of C. L. No. 4472 thence
80 chains woat, thenca 80 chains north, thence 80
chaina eaal, thence 80 chains aoulh to point  ol i Skoena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlott
Islsnds
Taka notice lhat Austin M. Rrown of Prince
Hupert, saddler, intends to apply lo the Cblsf
Commissioner of Landa and Worka for a licence
i to prospect for coal, oil and petroleum on and
, under the following deacribed lands on the Waat
, Coaal of Graham laland.
��� Commendnf at a poit planled two mllea east
of the northeast corner of C. L. No. 4478 lhance
80 chaina east, thenc* 80 chains south, thence 80
cbaina west, thenc* 80 chaina north to (kolnl  of
BROWN, Locator
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AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
located August 1st, 1911.
I'ub. Aug. IV.
Skeena Land District���DUtrict of Coaat Range &
Take notlc* that Herbert J. Macki* of Pembroke, Ont., occupatiun lumberman, intonda tu
apply for permiaaion to purchas* lhe following
drarrihed lands: ...     t. iihhiih  -*������ t    tm
Commencing .1 ��� port planted on th. Wtbul   ���������,���,������,,���,_
AUSTIN M.
Hair nl Location 31st July mil.
I'ub. Aug. 17.
Sk-.ii* Und DUlrict���Diatrict ul Quce-n Charlotte
lal.nd.
T.k. notlc. thst Austin M. Drown ot Prince.
We an* displaying the ncweat
.ttid pretties! line of Brass Goods
in our East Window, thai haa
ever been shown in Prince Rupert.
Just tin* thing for Wedding Gifts.
Our Cut Glass, Silvetplate and
Sterling Silver, is being sold at
aliout HALF PRICE.
Watches, Chains, Lockets, Pins,
and all lints of Small Jewellery are
going at cost.
Do you intend buying a diamond?
Conic in and save for  yourself tlie
dealers profit
o! lh. Zymo-ioiu or /Im-.-f-ot-lu Kiv.r, .1 ���wuth-
we��l ������..mii r ol laot liOli. th.nc. norlheirly, lollowing
th. m-.n-rl. boundary ol laot 1706, HO chain,
moro or leas, to lho northweat cornor o! aald l,ol
17011, thenca weaterly .nd southerly, (allowing
the ielt h.nk ol .aid river. DO chain, mor. or loss lo
point ol commencemenl conUining IliU .cr*.
more or I'M..
lAiemxesl Augu.t 1��, I'Jll. mac-KIP    Uu1>*>1rt- pMhft InUnd. to  apply  lo th. Chi.l
Ualed Augu.1 It, Wll.    HSpBlgT.*.MAtJ��M   (*oinm!eelon.r oi Und. .nd Wort, lor ��� licnc
Pub. Aug. 26. Frederick S. CI.rn.nU. Agent   *J ,w jgf oU and fgametjgum on and
1 under In. lollowing describe*! l.nd. on th. Woat
Skena Und l.i.tnc.    Hi.inci ol Cout Rang. V , Cout ol Orabam laland:
Tak. notln that I. Coorg. Kim. ol Townar, i Comm.ndn| at a port pl.nlod two mllo eaal
Nortii Dakota, t". S. A., larmer, inund to apply j ol th. northeast comer of C. 1. No. 447H thenc
(or permUeion to purchaa. the lollowing il.-.rrit'.-l < south 80 rhsina. throe wet BO ch.ins, thenc
lands: north 80 chains, Ihsnc eaat 80 chains lo poinl ol
Commencing at a post pl.nU.1 a.  th. south- i comm.nnm.nl.
wet cornor ol Ut 2*187, tlwnn -Mil 80 rhaina, ! AUSTIN  M. lill.iWN, Ucaior
themn .oulh 40 chslns, tlwnn wmt   40   chaini I Locatad IM July, llll I.
tbemn .outh 40 chains, lhanc am   40 chain. I i*���l,. Aug. 17.
th.nn nurth 80 chains In poinl of commennmen
containing 480 acre, more or lu*.
D.le.1 July 16, 1911 OKOROK MM*.
I'ub. J'lly 2ft. Freed B. Cowell, Agont
Skeen. I .ami DUtrict -Dlalrlct ol Cout IUnge V
Tak* nolle that I, P*Ur Um>n ul Towner.
North Dskola, U. S. A., larmor. Inund to apply
lor iKTiniaaion to purchu. th. lollowing dmcrilieil
Isii'l.
Commencing at a poat planted at the south-
���Mat corner o( Ut 1"2'J. thann aouth 80 clisins,
thenc west 40 chains, thenn north 80 chsins,
thenc out 40 chains to point ol commennment.
Dated July 16, lull. PETER LARSEN
Pub July 25, 1911. Fred E. Cowell, Ag.nl
Sknn. Und Diatrict -Dlalrlct ul Coast lUng. V
l ..I,.* that I, Adolph 11. Chrutlanaon ol
Towner, North D.iiol., occupation ���ttnrney-
���t-l.w, inUnd to apply (or permunlon to purchase
the (ullowlng descrlne.1 l.nda:
Commencing at a post planted aboul one and
one-hall mllos 11 1-21 northea.1 o( tho head ot
Trout River on the west .Id. ol Uki'lae Uke,
am! about I chaina (rom tho l.ke-lront, Ihence
aouth 80 chaina, thenc weat 80 ch.ins, thenc
north 80 chain., Ihenc ***x 80 chains to point
of commencment.
ADOLPH It. CIIRISTIANSON
Dated June 30, lull. Fed E. Cowell, Agent
Pub. Jul. 26.
DUtrlct of Cout IUnge 5
T.ke nolle th.t Fr.nk S. Miller of Undon,
Skeens Und Dlitrict
.- nolle that I
Eng., occupation civil engine.^
One New Heintzman Player
Piano, regular $900,000, to be
sold for $710.00
One Second-Hand Bell Piano,
like new $275.00
One Second-Hand Furnace.
One New Kitchen Range.
_u**aa. intends to apply
for permUsion to purchsae the lollowing described
I land.:
Commencing at . post pl.nted ��t the N. *..
I Corner of Ut 28, thenc north 20 chains, thenc
wnt 20 chains, thenc aouth 20 chains, thenc
eut 20 chaina to point o! commennment, containing 40 acre, more or leaa.
Dated Auguat IB, 1911.       FRANK S. MILLER
I Pub. Aug. 26. P. M. Miller, Agent
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THIRD AVENUE
WATKR NOTICE
I, S. Ilarriimn of Princ* Rupert, II. C, broker
give nolice that on the flftoenih dsy of November
[ML I intend lo apply lo the Water Commlaaionrr
at hla offlce in Prince Rupert, U. C, for a licence
Ui take and tiae three cubic teet of waler ppr second
from McNeil River In Rkeena Diatrict. The water
is to be taken from tho stream about four tnllm
almvc the unction with tbe Skeena River and
la to be Bltd on I*ol -440-5 tor domestic antl agricultural purpose*. __^ M
SAMUEL  HARRISON
Sept. 9.
Skeena Land DUtrict���District of Queen Charlotte
Islsnda
Taka nolle* that Auatin M. Ilrown of Prince
Ruimrt, occupation aaddler, Intenda to apply
to tha Chief CommUaioner of Lands and \torks
for a licence to prospect for cosl, oil and petroleum
on and uader tne following dnscribod lsnda on tho
West Coaat of Graham laland:
Commencing at a poet plaalU 1 two miles east
of th* southeast cornor of C. 1* No. 4477 thence
HU chains north, thonc* 80 chaina eaat, ihenco HU
chains south, thenoe ttU chaina w*st to point of
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, I-ocator
Located 31st July, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeena Land DUlrict���DUtrlct of Queen Charlott
lalanda
Take notice that Austin M. Ilrown of Princa
Rupert, saddler. Inlands to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for a licence
to prospect for eoal, oil and petroleum on and
under tn* following deacrihed lands on the Weat
Coast of liraham Island:
Commencing at a poet planted two miles east
of the southeast corner of C. L. No. 4477 tnence
HO chains west, thenoa 80 chaina norlh, thence 80
chains east, Ihence 80 chains south lo poinl of
commencement.
AUSTIN M. HROWN, Locator
Located 31st July, 1911.
1Mb. Aug. 17.
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict or Queen Charlott
lalanda
Take notice tbat Austin M. Hrown of Prince
Rupert, occupstlon saddler, Intenda to apply te
the chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for
a licence to prospect for coal, oil and petroleam
on and under the following described lsnda on the
West Coast ot Graham Island:
Beginning at a poat planted three miles eaat o
the northeast comer of C. L. No. 4474 thenre 80
chains east, thenc* 80 chaini* aouth thence 80
chains west, thence 80 chains north to point of
commenoement.
AUSTIN M. HROWN, Localo
Located Auguat let, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
WATER NOTICE
P��    .
five nollco thai on the fifteenth day ot November
111. I Intend to apply to the Water Commissioner
at his office In Prince Rupert, H. C, for a licence
to take and uae two cubic feet of water per aeeond
from the Weat Fork of McNeil River In Skeena
IMntrlPt. The wateT la to be taken from the stream
about one mile from Ita unction with NcMell
River and la to be uited on Lot 4406 for domeatl*
and agricultural purposes.
MAMUEL  HARRISON
Sept. 9.
NOTICE
In lhe County Court of Atlin Holden at Prince
Rupert in tho Mailer of the "Official Ad-
mlnUtiator's Act"
and
ln tho Matter ot thp Estate of Duran P. Latkovlch
deceased, Inteatate.
TAKE NOTICE that by order of His Honor.
Judge Young, made the -lint day of Auguat, 1911.
I was appointed Admlnlatrator nf the Estate of
the aald Duran P. I��atkovich deceswl, and all
parties having claims against the aaid Estate are
hereby required to forward same properly verified
to me on or hefor* the 80th day of September,
1911, and all the parties Indebted to the said
Estate are required to pay tbo amount of their
indebtedneaa to me forthwith.
DATED th* 6th day of September, 1911.
JOHN H. McMULLIN,
official AdminUlrator.
1836 1911
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Prince Rupert, up to 12 o'clock noon on    u    ,
September 10th,  lull, lor Ih. eonatruction
ii- i.l.-iu.. and office at Metlakatla, >���
Post Ofllc,  Prince  Rupert
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do wi  or If he, hi. heirs, eiecutoni or ���w.in ���
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in evtrv detail; the fit was perfect and finish aa Bood as
any $83.00 suit I ever had made in this country. I
wish, at your earliest convenience, vou would send
lamplM of light greys /<���"��� summer suiting, ulso
rainooai samples.   _.....
Hop-tig that your Canadian trade will prosper as tt
drserves, and trusting to have (he pleasure of future
delimit with you.
1 am, sirs,
(Signed) J. WARD1N SHAW.
"tailoring li Fint-claii."
Glair Hay, N.S., Canai.*.
Dear Sirs,���I am in receipt of my suit a few days ago
and 1 am very well pleased with the umt. The tailoring is first -class in every IMPeOti snd the tit the same.
Thanking you for the way you tnadi. all tlu; changes I
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1 am, respectfully yours,
Order No. CF. 2123.       ISigned) DAN. J. McKBNZIH
" Ueilor Satlifled attar Testing ln Actual Waar."
llHinuEiowN, Nova Scotia.
Gentlemen.���Last year I got from you some olOlhlnR,
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Ihey look almost as good as new.
I would now like samples uf some steel grey worsteds
and huhi-weighl summer and spring cloths, and also
some for raincoat!.���I remain, yours truly,
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interesting Letter to the Editor of the Dally News
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Sir,���Would you kindly allow
a plain man to elucidate a few
"plain" facts respecting his humble
opinion of reciprocity and the
annexation cry which lias been
raised, like a scarecrow, hy the
office-seekers on the Opposition
benches and their friends?
We suppose tory readers often
take up the monthly magazines,
published across the borders, They
have been discussing our form
of government, and that of the
l'nited States, and are unanimous
in the opinion thai we have
"responsible government," while
theirs is a "proper sham." President Taft and his administration
is in power, for four years, whether
the people consider him competent or not. He brings forward
a measure that is considered favorable by his own party to the people
of another country, and detrimental to thc interests of the "trusts
and combines" of the United
States; but he uses a "big stick"
on the House of Representatives
and the Senate, and through it
goes, despite thc "moneyed interests and to the great joy of the
consumer."
Homeland Policy
We, knowing that reciprocity, as
given in the measure now before
the people, is all in favor of the
producers and farmers and for
the grcat benefit of our consumers, say to the people of
Canada; "It is for you to say
whether your representatives shall
deal with a friendly nation in the
articles necessary for food and
use. Our Mother Country has
'free trade' with all nations, and
is prospering, shall you do likewise?"
If the l'nited States is anxious
to "gobble up" our Dominion
why, let me ask, did that country
0C1 as it did with Cuba? Then
there is Mexico, wailing to be
taken over, and many other of
the "little republics." Any man
of reason knows that the United
States is too unwieldy for the
government, and there is a common complaint from the Pacific-
Coast that Washington is loo far
away ll) understand the needs of
California, Washington State and
Oregon.
Retain Independence
We are in a better position than
the United States, with our responsible government and just laws.
In fact, we are better off than
the people of England, Ireland or
Scotland. If there has been any
talk of "annexation," where did
it come from? Surely, cheaper
food does not mean that we must
dispense with our own "independence?" From 1854 to 1800
wc had reciprocity in natural
products, with the United States,
fter Great Britain alxilishcd preferential duties on eighty Canadian
product! and left Canadian trade
depressed. It lasted twelve years,
was terminated by thc United
States, and all because the benefits
were twenty to one in favor of
Canada. In 1869 Hon. John Rose
went to Washington���sent there,
mind you, by the Conservative
government���and offered "complete reciprocity." In 1871) the
Macdonald government���Conservative again- offered "reciprocity
in natural produ.tswith thc United
States." In 1887 Sir Charles
Tupper���again a Conservative-
made "an unrestricted offer of
reciprocity.
In 1808, the Laurier government
offered reciprocity in natural products. The United States wanted
B treaty that would cover certain
manufactures. The Liberal government rightly turned down the
offer and further negotiations.
In 1011, President Taft invited
the Liberal government to Washington and a reciprocity treaty
was drafted, favorable again to
Cannd��,  and  it  is  now   for  the
people of this Dominion to vote
for or against it.
Contradictory Conservatives
The Conservative party states,
distinctly, that we do not need
reciprocity, yet they have been
seeking it for years. We have
lish to sell; limber, owned by
���peculators, burning down in our
forests   (and   thanks   to   a   Con-
is mostly owned by residents of
the United States). The working
men are feeling the effects of
"trusts and combines," and food
has almost doubled in value, under
protection. We are accused of
being in favor of "annexation,"
when we follow the example set
by the Mother Country. If we
favored annexation, why are the
"trusts and combines of the United
States and Canada providing the
sinews of war to defeat a measure
that is favorable to the working
classes?" ln our business dealings,
we buy in the cheapest and best
market and sell where we obtain
the best prices.
Annexation Bogy
The bogy called "annexation,"
is so trivial that fair-minded men
look on it with a smile on their
faces. Wc all know thai thc
United States is perfectly satisfied
to have a neighbor building up
from the farmers and workingnien
of their shores���men and women
who appreciate our government
and desire to live under it. If
Canada desired to have any change,
would she not talk "independence"
rather than annexation? Still we
do not hear of one word why wc
should either be "independent"
or throw ouseleves into "the arms
of the United States." We arc a
progressive people, who desire to
do our own business, in a business
way. The United States desires
to remove the "tariff wall ami deal
with us, giving what we desire
most, without restriction, and accepting what we have to dispose
of." Why should we pay more
for what we require to cat, to
drink and to use otherwise, than
it is worth, just to suit parties
who have kept up prices, on
account of the tariff? It is an
assured fact, that thc Liberal
government would not make a
treaty that meant thc loss of
prestige after so many years in
oflice and with an election facing
them. The people think and read.
They   know   Conservative    rule
as always meant trouble. Prince
Rupert and the neighborhood has
a great many natural products
to dispose of, to thc highest
bidders and will need many of
the articles covered now by an
almost prohibitive tariff.
Pilot is Straight
The Conservative cry is simply
a subterfuge, without one little
of evidence to back it up. We
have had a good, clean, honest
man at the wheel of the ship of
state. In his declining years, it
is his ambition to do all in his
power tO aid the people who have
stood by and with him. I'rince
Rupert owes him a debt of gratitude for the railway now under
construction. On his recent visit,
all parties and conditions of men
acknowledged that Sir Wilfrid
Laurier viewed the grand work of
his administration, in the building
up of a new cily, with the opening
up of thousands of miles of territory, and the expansion of the
vast Dominion. If reciprocity was
necessary, as shown by the actions
of both parties, in the years that
have passed away, it is doubly
necessary now. The tariff wall
"made the poor man poorer, and
the rich man richer." Let us tear
it down, on the 21st, and Matter
the debris so that even the opponents will find that clear which
they know, right down in their
hearts, has been a detriment to
the development of the country.
"PROGRESS."
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Real Estate Offerings:
Lot on Beach Place, Block 7, for $1600.
Fine view lot on Fourth Avenue, Section
6, for $1300.
Two   good   residential   lots   on   Fifth
Avenue, Section   .   $1200 each.
Two lots on Sixth Avenue, Section 6
for $1500 each.
One lot below grade, on Sixth Avenue,
for $1800 on good terms.
Double corner on Eighth Avenue, Sec-
lion 5, for $1500 pair.   Easy terms.
House and lot in Section (i, for $1900.
Terms of $250 cash and $25 per month
on the balance.
Lots 88 and 34, Block 2'J, Section 6, for
$3250.   Good terms.
Lot on Sixth  Avenue,  Section 7,  for
$200 cash and $25 per month.
A line lot on Sherbrooke Avenue, for $325
Lots on Eleventh Avenue for $40 cash
und $10 per month.
W. W. GREENER
63 65 Bum Hill Hill Monl.ul. P.Q.
Terrace
0. M. Helgerson
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REAL ESTATE
Our Loyalty Undoubted
Says the London Times: "What -
ever may be the decision of Canada,
it will not be ascribed in this
country to any motive or consideration incompatible with the
loyal sentiments lo which eloquent
expression has been given by both
sides during thc Ottawa debate.
Canada has given many proofs
of her devotion to thc Empire;
not least among them has been
the Introduction of Imperial preference, to which Sir WiHirtl Laurier
antl his colleagues were the first
to give practical effeci."
Cut this out and when you huve lime
take a map antl look them up.
SECTION  ONE
I."ts 5 and 6, Block 22.   Price $23,000,
$10,000 cash, balance 1 and 2 years.
These lots are located on Third Avenue
right in thc business centre lietween
Sixth nnd Seventh streets.
Lots 12 and 13, Block 26.   $8,000, cash
$4,000.
One lot on Beach Place, $1,600.    The
best buy on the street.
A fine pair ol lots on Beach Place, $4,000,
cash   $1,000,   bulanco   spread   over
three years.
LoU 27 and 28, Block 24, good basement.
Price $22,500.   Easy terms.
Lot 43. Block 17.    Price $2,500, cash
$1,000.
Several lots on Market Place.   Cheap
easy terms.
Lot 46, Block 17.   Price $2,450.   Easy
terms.
LoU 16 and 16, Block 6.   Price $6,000,
cash $2,000.
SECTION FIVE
LoU 1, 2, 3, und 4, Block 11.    Price
$12,500.   Good terms.   Fine view.
LoU 19 and 20, Block 11.   Price $4,500'
Easy terms.
Lot 22, Block 9, $2,000.    Cash  $650,
balance 9 and 18 months.
Fine view property, good locality $1,300.
Cash $800.
Lot on Sixth Avenue, Section 5.   Price
$1,676.   No rock.
SECTION SIX
Pair of lots on Eighth Avenue, Section
6,  improvements.    Renting  for $30
per month.    $600 cash  will  handle
this.
House on lot, gootl locality, Section 6,
$2,400.    House ia modprn in every
res|>ect.
Lot 9, Block 31, $700, cush $300.
LoU 3, snd 4, Block Ul.    $1,600 puir,
terms eusy.
SECTIONS SEVEN AND EIGHT
We  have any  number of good  buys
in these two sections.    Cull at offlos
for  maps  and  complete  list.     LoU
mi   Prinir   Ruperl   Boulevard,   $50
cash and the balance $16 per month
without   interest.     Good   buys   on
Sixth Avenue, Section 7.    $100 cash
will handle these properties.
FOR RENT
We have houses, stores and offices for
rent, we want more, Phone 96.
MR. NON-RESIDENT
Write us regarding thi present market
v   aluc of your Prince Ru|-ert property.
We will be pleased lo keep you posted
as to conditions here.   Write us today
The townsite ot Terrace, situated ninety
four miles from Prince Rupert, is
the only station on the G. T. P.
railroad between mile 84 und 100,
und is bound to become the main
distributing point for the Lakelse
and KiUumkalum valleys. The town-
site is situated a short distance from
the Little Canyon, the natural place
tor a bridge, across the Skeena River,
to Lakelse Valley. A tri-weekly
train service is now in force on the
G. T. P. railroad and a personal visit
will convince intending purchasers of
lots that Terrace is the only point
available for a townsite that will
serve the Lakelse and Kitsumkalum
valleys. We are sole agents for
Terrace townsite lots and will be
pleased to supply any information
desired.
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lhe new steel Passenger St.nnur
"Camosun"
leaves
Prince Rupert every Sunday
at 9 a.m. for Vancouver,
arriving Monday afternoon.
For Stewart City on arrival
from Vancouver Friday
night.
Northbound, leaves Vancouver Wednesdays at 9 p.m.
Steerage Fare       -       $6.00
The "Camosun" is the only aUame
on the run having water-tight bulkheads and double bottom, thus en
suring safety of passenger* in case
of collision or wreck.
J. H. Rogers, Ticket Agent.
PRINCE RUPERT INN
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Grand Trunk Pacific Railway on
the American and European plan.
Excellently furnished, with
steam heat, electric light, and all
modern conveniences, being absolutely flrst-clas* in every respect.
The appointmenU and service
are equal tn any hotel on the
coaat.
Riles: $1 lo $3.50 per day.
G. A. Sweet, Manager.
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hornet's nest to find out what's
servativc government the timber I in it.
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Lumber
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Our prices sre as low as any.
Call on us before ordering.
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Railway Service lo Copper River
Mix.-.i trains from Prince Rupert Mondays,   Wednesdays antl Snttmla'.'s,   1
p.m.. returning Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Sunday*, at 4  p.m.
The  Grand Trunk Railway System
connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent and conven-'
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double  track route  between  Chicago,
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ITEMS OF
SPORT,
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Boston ht'.s offered, so Daneville
[leports say, $10,000 for Pitcher
Will Kirwtn, First Baseman Dick
Staley and Outfielder Harry Ball.
The Si. Louis Browns also arc
after the trio, at least two of them
probably belong to the Chicago
Cubs.
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The Carolina Association claims
to lead the world in home   runs.
Over 100 had been made In that
league up to a recent date.   Last
year only 40 home runs were made
in the league. All the surplus
lively balls must have been scut
to the Carollnas.
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Rube Benton of Chattanooga,
recently struck out thirteen Pelicans, one of thc strikeouts coming
on a wild pitch. Barr was at
I vat and saw the heave coming.
Hc said two strikes and knew
the catcher would never reach
thc ball, so he swung at it and
ran, landing safe at first. Thc
play was so odd that there was some
dispute over it how it should be
scored.
OOO
Arlie Latham, clown coach for
thc Giants, has been in thc game
a long time. "This is my thirty-
first year in spangles," said Latham
"and I am feeling just as chipper
as ever. During my travels over
the league circle I frequently sec
men with silver-tinted locks who
were numbered among the young
bloods when I broke into thc
game. Sometimes they hunt me
up and ask me about games in
which I participated many years
ago."
OOO
Bert Kelly of Chicago, pitcher
.tith thc Omaha Western league
icam, has brought suit against
the Burlington Railroad Compan)
for $2o,000 for injuries sustained
in a wreck which physicians >ic-
clare will keep him out of baseball
for thc rest of his life. After thc
injury Kelly pitched tine good
>;.inu'. Then as palna in his
shoulder continued, he was mid
by Chicago specialists there was a
small bone broken.
OOO
.Mike Kelly," siid Charlie
Xichols. so long the star pitcher
of the old Boston champions,
"was all that has ever beer said
for him in the way of t-erve,
resourcefulness and originality. I
have been watching them come
and go for more than twenty
seasons row ard I have \ei to
see more than three or four who
had Kelly's brain ard he would
have been a very ordinary player
for there were really few men of
his glorious time who were roi
his   superiors   at   actual   manucl
handling of the ball."
- THE COSY CORNER =
DEVOTED  PRINCIPALLY  TO  THE INTERESTS   OF   WOMEN     j
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This is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjecU of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited tu contribute to its columns, and to take part in iu discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
SAVINGS TO HOUSEWIFE
PROMISED BY RECIPROCITY
During thc past few years there has been a constant cry from the
housewives that the cosl of livirg has been going up. Every housekeeper knows that for ore reason or another the expense of maintaining
a table has seemed to steadily increase. General prosperity litis led
to some extravagance, and as a philosopher of the day put it: "Ii i-
thc cost of high livirg rather than the high cost of living." At the
same time, it would be easy to name dozens of daily necessities that are
more expensive in Canada today than they were ten years ago. Trade
combinations and agreements have had not a little to do with this.
One of thc features of the reciprocity agreement now before the
country is the reduction of duty on a number of staple articles of footl.
The reduction is nol large in any instance, but the protest that has
come form thc manufacturers of some of the items in this country
shows that they expect to have to make a cut in price, and perhaps
lose a little of the large profit they have been able to exact under the
existing tariff. Sonic of the items affected, and the tariff reduction
made, by the reciprocity agreement with the United States are as
follows:
Duty Under
Articles Present Duty    Reciprocity
Cheese, pound  3c Free
Sweet potatoes, bushel         10c Free
Salmon, prepared        30 p.c. Fret-
Oysters, in bulk, gallon         10c Free
Lobsters, fresh        25 p.c. Free
Meats, fresh or refrigerated, Ib  3c 1 1-2 C
Bacon and hams, lb  2c 1 1-4 c
Beef, s.ihcd, in barrels, Ib  2c 1 1-4 c
Pork,* barrelled in brine, lb ....        2c l 1-4 c
Meats, other, salted, Ib  2c 1 1-4 c
Canned meats and cam-id poultry         27 1-2 c 20 p.c.
Lard and compourds thereof     2c 11-4
Tomatoes and other vegetables in cars .. .        1 1-2 c 1 1-4 c
Oatmeal ard rolled oats, per 100 lbs         60c .-.Oc
Prcparetl cereals and foods         25 p.c. 17 12 p.c.
Macaroni ard vermicelli, Ib        I 1-4 c lc
Biscuits, wafers aid cakes, sweetcrcd         27 1-2 p.c.     25 p.c.
Pickles, sauces and catsups         35 p.c. 32 1-2 p.c.
Sardines, 20-30 oi. Iioxes         6c 5c
Condensed milk, lb        3 1-4 c 2c
Biscuits, without sweetening        25 p.c. 20 p.c.
Fruits, ir airtight tins, lb         2 1-4 2c
Every hoiltM keeper know*- the border of ar added few cents pir
|vtnii*(l when counted by the week or the year.  If reciprocity is adopte
the relief given will, ir no small degree, compensate for the climbing
prices of ihe last few years.
Under reciprocity the consumer, as well as the producer will get a
square deal.
$&*S3.3.3:S:^^
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For Le
H. B. Rochester   -   Agent ���> month.
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Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO.   63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All   members  of  the  order in thc city-
are requested to visit the lodge.
J. P. CADE. N. G.
.1. W. JACKSON. Sec.
r,room house with THE HARD TIMES
bath, close in.    I2S
i       CAMPAIGN CRY
Reciprocity Only Affects Foodstuffs and Even in Times of
Depression the People of the
United States Must Eat.
Signet Rings
for Ladies and
Gentlemen.	
JOHN DYBHAVN
Pattullo Block.
The signet ring maintains its popularity, throughout all fashion's changes*
Page 8 of our 1911 catalogue contains
many fine illustrations of popular designs
in signet rings, in ladies and gentlemen's sites, which are sure to please
those whose lot it may be to wear them.
In crest or motto engraving or die
work, we are prepared to meet al'
demands. If our catalogued goods do
not represent the claaa of ring'desired,
write us for further information.
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
Jewellers and Silversmiths
VANCOUVER
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Smi!8iS:8!83mSiBS8i8S3S^^
Little's NEWS Agency
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CIGARS   ::  TOBACCOS  ::   FRUITS
G.T.P. WHARF
TO RENT
Comfortable 5 roomed house with
bath, on Sixth Ave., near
McBride. $35.00
3 roomed cabin, near Government
office, $10.00
Windsor Hotel
FIRST AVENUE AT EIGHTH STREET
Newly Furnished and
Steam Healed Rooms
A FIRST   CLASS BAR   AND   DINING
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATES 50 CENTS AND UP
HATIIS   FREE   TO   GUESTS
W. H. Wright, Prop       r.o. box 3?
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
Second Ave., Prince Rupert, B.C.
BOYS!
Twn  Five   Dollar hills to
DS given  away to bright
Ixiya.    See Mr. Munroe
the News offlce.
nt
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Until Some one discovers a way
of breaking Canada off the American continent and towing her
away t<> some secluded spot in
the southern sea. says the Toronto
Star, it is likely that the Dominion
will continue tO lie affected to
some extent by periods of depression in the l'nited States. But
it is difficult to sec what some of
the anti-reciprocity papers with
was trying to argue in connection
with the present industrial conditions in thc I'ritcd States ard
their effect on Canada when reciprocity    goes   onti    effect.      The
reciprocity agreement, alf ectii i, ..p-
preci.ibly only foodstuffs, will rot
make Canada any more vulrerablc
to these attacks than she is now.
All people, even Americans, must
eat, even during hard times.
The present hesitancy in trade
ill the United Stales, in mi f;ir M
there is hesitancy, is, however, of
the greatest significance to Can*
adlana who are considering the
reciprocity issue, bui thai significance it diametrically opposed
to the construction which the
Mont real   Star  antl   the   Toronto
New- .-re so assiduously trying to
put upon it.
The hesitancy in trade ir the
United States is due to two prime
causes:
1. Abuses of the protective
tariff  which   now  require  drastic
treatment, and which no doubt
can only be applied with certain
disturbances of industrial conditions.
2. The failure of the crops of
1911 iu the United States. Thc
Government report shows poorer
conditions at date than for mary
years past.
The significance to Canada of
boih of these conditions is obvious.
In particular, the failure of thc
crops   will  prove  of   the  highest
Immediate importance to Canada
as soon as reciprocity goes into
effect. Poor crops in the United
States mean higher prices than
ev.r.
Canada  basks in   the  favor of
Providence and 1911 sees the most
Important harvest in her history.
Access under reciprocity to the
American markets, with their prom
bed high prices, for Canada's
bounteous crop is to thc Canadian
fanner just like finding a gold mine.
He will not  be  deterred  from
Wiping away the barrier which
keeps him from that marital by
aby bugaboo of American hard
limes, particularly when he under*
stands the real significance of the
situation.
The Liberals stand for t he Ihi lish
preference which marveloiisly help
ed in the development of Can*
adian trade.    Reciprocity will do
the same.
Test for Eggs
There arc several tests for fresh
eggs.   Ore of the simplest is ihat
recommended by the government.
A io per cent solution of ordinary
table salt and water is the medium,
Into this an egg is put. A strictly
fresh egg will sink at once to the
liottom of the glass containing the
liquid.
Three   preachers   at    Nebraska
City, Neb., who stopped Sunday
baseball and thereby achieved a
great victory for morality, have
been sued for $"),(KH1 damages
each by a ball player whom the)
caused to be sent to jail for his
hciiions crime of pitching thc
Sunday game.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skeena Land Diatrict���District of Coait Rango V
Tako notico that I, l'otor Erlckaon ol Prlnco
Ruptrt, laborer, inteml to apply lor permission
to purchaM the following doscribod land*:
Commencing at a pout planted on tho north
bunk of William. Crook whoro tho railway right-
of-way crosses und 3 cliulna back from tha crook
bank, thenco aouth 31) chain., thenc. eaat 40
chaina, thonco north 30 chains, ll.tnco wort 40
chuins tu point of comnioncempnt. ���DT���������_V,
Deled July 7, 1911. PETER ERICKSON
Pub. July 25. Frod t. Cowell, Agent
Skeena Land District���District ol Coaat Uanga V
Tuko notice thut I, John Evonaon of Prlnco
Runert, luboror, intond to apply for pormiaaion
to purchaso tho following doscribod hinds:
Commonclng at a post plantod at tho aoutb-
oasl cornor of Lot 41l6, thence north 80 chains,
Ihence oust 60 chains,  thence aouth SO chaina,
tlience west 60 chuina lo point ot commoncomont.
DuledJuly 13, 1011. JOHN EVENSON
I'ub. July 25. Frod E. Cowell, Agent
Skeona Land Dlatrlct���Dlatrlct of Coaat Rang. V
'luko notico that 1, Ilonjamln A. Flah u( Towner,
N. D., occupation merchant, Intand to apply
for permission to purchaso tho following deacrlbod
landa: . .
Commencing at a post planted on tho oast
boundary and ubout two cbaina from the aoutheaat corner of Lot l IM. thence north 60 chaina,
thence eaat 30 chaina, thonce aouth 60 chaina.
Ihenco weal 30 chuina to point of commencement.
Dated June 24, 1911. BENJAMIN A. FISH
Pub. July 25. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
koena Land District���Diatrict of Cout Range 6
Tuko   notice   that   SUnloy   Uroen   ol   Princ
Rupert, II. Oaj occupaUon miner, intenda to apply
for permlasion to purchase the following described
land:
Commencing at a poat planted 40 chaina aouth
and 40 chains wert of the northweat eorner of
Lot 1733, Lakelse Valley. Diatrict ot Coast Range
5, thence west 40 chaina, tbence aouth 80 chains,
thence eaat 40 chains, thence north 80 chaina to
point of commencement.
Staked June 30th, 1911 STANLEY GREEN
Pub. July 16. Locator
Skoena Land Diatrict-Diatrict of Coaat Range 6
Take notice lhat Percy M. Miller of Prince Rupert. U.C., occupation Civil Engineer, intendi to
apply lur iiormlasion to purchaae the fullowlng
deacribed landa:
Cummenelng at a poat planted on tho left bank
of McNeil Riv.r at north west corner of lot 440*9
H.V.. thenc eaat 20 chains mora or lesa to westerly boundary of limber limit 545 (old number
4.1616) thence northerly following said weaterlv
boundary of timber limit 60 chaina more or lea.
to nurth weat corner uf aaid timber limit, thence
w*eslet lv 2u chaina more ur leaa tu left bank uf
McNeil River, thenre auutherly followim*: aaid
left bank of McNeil Hiver 60 chains mora or less
to point of commencement, containing 100 acrea
mora or leaa.
PERCY M. MILLER.
E. Flexman. Agent
Date June 19. 1911
Pub. July 19.1911
Skeena Land District-District >.' Jllltl?
Take nutice that 1, Thomaa Carter, of Prince
Rupert, occupatiun carpenter. Intend to apply
fur nermiaaion to purchaao the following deacribed land.
Commencing at a post planted about one mile
��� iii from the mouth of Falls creek and about
150 i-ri back from the beach, thence 80 chaina
nurth, thence 40 chaina west, thence SO chains
south, thence east 40 chaina to polntof commencement, conUining 320 acres mure or less.
THOMAS CARTER,
Dated July Tth, 1911.    Charles Webster Calhuun,
Pub. Aug. 5th. Agent.
Skeuia Land DUtriet���Diatrict ol Coast Rang* V
Take  notioa that  I,   Paul   Hagen  of   I'rince
Rupert, laborer, intent! to apply for permission
to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the north
bank of WUliama Creek about 50 cnains southeast Irom It. It., thence south 40 chains. Ihence
east 40 chains, thonce north 40 chains, thence
wert 40 chains to point of eommencement.
Dsted July 7, 1911. PAUL HAGEN
Pub. July 25. Fred E. Cowell. Ageat
Skeena Land District
District of Coast, Range 5.
Take notice that Wm. Francis Nicholson, of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
locomotive tircman, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
north hank of the Zim-o-got-itz river,
about two miles up stream in a westerly direction from the junction of the
little Zim-o-got-itz river and thc main
Zim-o-got-itz river, and marked Wm.
Francis Nicholson's south-east corner,
thence north -IU chains, thence west 40
chains, thence aouth -10 chains more or
less to shore line of river, thence east
i'| chains more or less along shore line
of river to post of commencement, containing 160 acres moie or less.
Wm. Francis Nicholson.
Geo. R. Putman, agent
Dated July 17, 1911.
Second aveiue anil Third 8treet
Over Weslenhaver Bros.'��
MUNRO  &  LA1LEY~~
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue,
STUART & STKVVAUT
ACCOUNTANTS -:- AUnilijRs
Law-Butler Building      phoM ��
Prince Runert P.O. Box��
ALFRED CARSS,        C. V. ItF.NNKTT a
of Brltlah Columbia ���t i* e i, ,TJ B***
and Manitoba Bar.. l^&^-J
bertu li,,,.        ���*���**
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, etc.
Office-Exchange block, corner Third ,..���,��   .
Sixth atreet. Princ- ll^"rl   "'****���
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., D.D.S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialtv
All dental operation* akllfully trealod. G���L
local enaitheUca admlnliteml f.-r ii���.,,.,'*L*S
���--' ' ������������      Con.ulu.ii,,, Haoft
Ml'
traction of teeth.      , ..���,,,,,..,,,
Helueraon Block. Prince Ruoerl
Alex.M.Manaon B.A.,    W.E.WIlliams.u.��.,i,u
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.t
P. O. BOX ��
PRINCE RUPERI
COAL NOTICE
Skeena Land Dislrict���District of Queen Charlotu
lalamls
Take notice that Austin M. Brawn ol Prince
Kupert, saddler. Intends lo apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works lor a licence
lo prospect lor coal, oil and petroleum on and under
th* following deecribed Unds on Ihe West Coast
of Graham Island:
Commencing at a port planteel three miles a
ol the north-east cor.ler of C. I. No. 44S9 thene*
east 80 chains, ihence eouth 80 chains, thence
west Ml chaina. Ihence north 80 cbaina to point o!
comm*ncem*nL
ACSTIN* M   BHOWN. Locator
Located Auguat 1st, l��ll.
Pub. Aug. I*.
Skeena Land Dislrict���District ol <**uaen Charlotu
lalsnds
Jj.Tsk* notlc* that Austin M. Brown of Prince
Rupert, saddlpr, intends to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works lor a licence
to prospect for eoal. oil and petroleum on and
under the following described lands on the Wert
Coast ol Uraham lslsnd:
Commencing at a post planud three miles east
of th* northeast corner of C. I.. No. 4469 thence
south - i chains, ihence 80 chaina west, tbenee SO
chains norlh, thence 80 chains east in point o!
commencement.
AUSTIN XI. BaoWN, Locator
located August Ist. 1911.
Pub. Aug. II.
Skeena Land District���District ol Queen charlotu
lalands
Tak* nolle, thai Auatin M. Brown ol l-rtneo
Rupen, occupatioa aaddler, Intenda to apply to
tho Chief CommU-aionor ol laanda and Works for
s licence lo prospect for coal, oi! and petroleum on
and under the following deecribed larnl. on tb*
Weet Coast of Graham Island:
Commencing at a port planted three miles east
of the southeast corner of C. I. No. 4476 thence
north do chaina thence east 80 chains, thence soulh
80 ehalna, thence wert 80 chaina to point of commencment.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Located August Irt, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Und District���District ol Queen Charlotta
Islands
Take notice that Aurtln M. Brown ol Prince
Rupert, occupallon saddler, Intends to apply to
the Chiel Commlsaioner of I..rnle and Works
for a licenc* to prospect for coal and oil and petroleum on and under tha lollowing deacrilied lands
on lhe West Coast of Graham Island:
Commencing at a post planted three miles east
of lhe southwest corner of C. L. No. 4477 thence
80 chslns east, thence 80 chains nortb, th.nc Wl
chaina west, thence 80 chains south to point ot
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Dsu ot Location, Slst July 1911. '
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeens Und District���District o! Queen Charlotu
I.lsndi
Take nolle that Austin M. Brown ol Prince
Kupert, occupstlon aaddler, Intends to apply to
th* ( hlef ( ommisaioner of I*m\, and Works for s
licenc lo prospect lor coal, oil and petroleum un and
under the following described lands on the Weat
Coast of Graham Island:
Commencing al a port planted three mllea east
ol th* southeast corner of C. I. No. 4172 thenc
north so chaina, thene* eaat 80 chains, th.nc aoulh
SO chaina. thenc weet 80 chaina to point of commencment.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
located August 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. U.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhal Duncan
ESS ��' "�����"->��.J ����� C, railway contractor,
nominated as a csnilaldate for the llnuae of Commons o! Csnada at the forthcoming election haa
am-ninte.1 ss hi., official agent, t" V. Ileoni-tt
ol I'rlnc Rupert, II. C . barrl��t*r-*t-taw
.g*���?*' TVpf* R��l*��1. D. C, thi. 6lh day
of S*mt*pber, A. D. 1911. '
F. 0. DAWSON.
Returning Ofllcr.
NOTICE IS H.-.HEI1Y GIVKN lhat Herbert
S ( lement* ot r,ir, I'end.r St. Wet, Vancouver
B. f ., broker, nominate.) as a candidate for the
llouie of Cnmrnor. of Canada at the f.iihromlni
election, haa appointed as his official agent, tleurge
tt. T, Sawle o' I'rince Itupert, B. ('., milill.her
DATED at I'rlnce Ruperl, B. C., this 6th duel September, A. D. 1911.
F. O. DAWSON,
Returning Officer,
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
runt, or wm. roxoN, esq., a.b.a.iOox,���*��������
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE   AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Third Avenue also Water Street,
PRINCE RUPIIT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS A SADDLERY MANI'FACTUREI
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and 11th Su
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiard.
Twelve Tables Second Avi
PIANOFORTE LESSONS
For Beginners and Advanced Pupils
Miss Vera Greenwood
Pupil of Frani Wllciek, Pari. anJ Betlia.
Room 28. Alder Block Upttiin
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REAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM ��� 8. C
S. O. E. B. S.
The Prinoe Rupert Lodge. No. It& Smi a*
England, meeu the first and third Ti-alin tt
������ach month In the Sona of England Hall. IM At*.
at 8 p.m.
F. \. CLARK. Sec..
P. O. Box Bit Prince Kspm
ERNEST A. WOODS. President. Box 13
MISS ELSIE FROUD
A.L.CM.
Teacher of Piano, Violin ami
Voice Culture.
Betweenn7dthA4 8thSt..   ���*- **��
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director and   Ernbalmef
CHARGES KEASONABI.K
THIRD  AVENUE     PHONE )5��
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS and EMHAI.MI H
Funeral  Director.
Srd Ave. near Sth St. Phone S*I I
..Grand Hotel.
WorklAgaun's Home
Fret Labor Borraa is Connection
Phone 178 1st Ave. and Tth S--
CEO. BRODERIUS. Prerprl*!**
SAVOY HOTEL
Fraser and Fifth SI
The only hotel In town
with hot and cold water In rooms. Bert furnished house north of
Vancouver. R.��om. M
up. Phone 17. P.O.
Box 129.     ::      :
Pruilhomm. * Fiaher     pmptieto"
...Whites Portland Cement
C. IMMIRSON
AGENT
Phse 125      Nsfcs Block      ���**��-A" THE DAILY NEWS
jjjj   THE HUB OF THE HAZELTON DISTRICT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA ON THE MAIN LINE OF THE   ��g
IE1 GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC.   REGISTERED TOWNSITE llll
THE PROSPERITY OF EVERY GREAT CITY IS DUE TO ITS GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION
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The most important Townsite! The most talked of Townsite along the line of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway
NOTICE
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New Hazelton Townsite. Sec. 1
Now being offered for sale la Not a
Crand Trunk Pacific Promotion
Townsite. NEW HAZELTON Town-
site was selected by the experts of
a syndicate of successful men a9 the
geographical location for a big city.
They bought the land, realizing thc
wonderful resources of the Hazelton
Diatrict, the Mine. th. Distributing
C.ntr. for hundreds of miles, and
many other reasons.
We H.-1; you to investigate in your
own way all of the statements in this
advertisement. Should you join us
by buying lots you will know that
your investment is guarded by every
means known to human foresight,
and the judgment of a body of successful men known to you all.
Your profits should eclipse the story
of Edmonton, Calgary, Regina. Moose
Jaw or Prince Rupert.
Don't be classed among th. failures who will say, "I wish I had
known." Don't stand idly by and
a*, your n.ighbors r.ap th. profits
on Real 1st ate whll. you reap
nothing but your salary. Put your
saving, to work in th.t sur. coming
City-NEW  HAZELTON.
NEW HAZELTON is out of the
damp belt, and many people who
spend thc whole year in the district
say the winters are not severe���plenty
of sunshine nnd dry air.
Taken from Official Bulletin, B. C,
No. 22, Page 23:���
"On the Upper Skeena, about a
distance of 60 miles, there arc large
tracts of land on both sides of thc
river, which, as far as soil and climatic
conditions are concerned, I would consider ideal for successful growing of
fruit as well as for other branches of
agriculture. Potatoes, and all garden
produce, grow to perfection."
HAVE YOU CONFIDENCE OF
MERCHANTS ON THE GROUND?
Many lots already purchased by
the keenest business men of Hazelton (Old Town). You can safely
follow the judgment of such men.
NEW HAZELTON should be the
centre of a busy population of thou-
sands within a year. Why not'/ During
the past year there was an average of
over two new towns created in thc
Canadian West every week. We are
all here to share in this most wonderful
prosperity. Wc offer you an opportunity
to participate in the progress of the
best town for investment on the line of
thc Grand Trunk Pacific.
NEW HAZELTON Railroads Op.n
N.w Country.
Railroads have been the great feature
in the growth of Western Canada.
NEW HAZELTON located on the
Grand Trunk Pscific Railroad is attracting the attention of the whole
world, as all important towns do on
the main line of the Grand Trunk
Pacific Railroad.
Stores are going up. Newspaper
plant now moving on the Townsite.
Two or three General Merchandise
Stores, Drug Store, Bank, Restuarants
and in fact, many lines of trade are
now arranging to open in NEW HAZELTON, Section On*. Activity is
in that part of the Townsite known
as Section One.
The story of NEW HAZELTON is
well known to the public. It is a
Townsite being offered to the public
by successful business men. There Is
positively no Railroad Company or
Townsite Promoter financially interested in th. land. The owners
have undertaken to make NEW HAZELTON a city of importance in British
Columbia. NEW HAZELTON promises to be the most profitable city
to the Grand Trunk Pacific along its
main lines.
Offices of Foley, Welch & Stewart,
contractors building th. Grand
Trunk    Pacific    Railroad,    will    b.
located in NEW HAZELTON. Th.
Chief Clerk, Paymaster and Purchasing Ag.nt .r. preparing to, and
will, build homes in NEW HAZELTON, Section One.
NEW HAZELTON, the hub of the
Hazelton District, will be the natural
headquarters for what promises to
be the most active and seneational
now city in the fastest growing part
INVESTMENTS
MADE  IN TOWNS WITH THE
Right Kind of Country, Right
Kind of Resources,  Right Kind of    ______________
People, will surely be big paying   7j      jj     T~    p Z
investments.   This is the town at    WCW nt.Z6.t0n, D.t.
of the world today on account of thc
wonderful Lead, and Zinc Mines, the
Groundhog Mountain Coal Fields, the
Vast Agricultural Country tributary to
the coming principal city in British
Columbia on the Grand Trunk Pacific
Railroad.
Thc Grand Trunk Pacific Railroad
is now running regular trains over
100 miles out of Prince Rupert. The
G. T. P. Officials, and also the G. T. P.
Contractors, say that the Railroad
should he running to Mile 164 this
winter, and will reach NEW HAZELTON next summer. Grading is now
under wav as far along the line as
.'10 miles cast of NEW HAZELTON.
Thc grading is about finished from
Prince Ruperl to NEW HAZELTON.
Many mines are getting ready to ship
ore. Some of the mines being develoix-d
are;���Silver Cup, American Boy, Silver Standard, Sunrise and Sunset,
Lead Kin*,, Erie Babine. Most of
the ore in NEW HAZELTON mine
ii high grade Silver-Lead, similar t..
ore in the Slocan District in East
Kootenay, B. C, and similar to some
ores found al Leadville, Col.
TERMS   ARE   EASY
Look them over again, and think
of this money making investment.
OUT OF CITY   INVESTORS
Can  reserve  one  or  more  Lots  by
wire or letter. State price of Lots
and number required, and we will
make the best available reservation
for you.
Remember NEW HAZELTON is
not a gift Townsite and when you
buy a lot in it you are Investing your
money on th. business judgment
of the most successful men in
British Columbia.
NEW HAZELTON Townsite had
over a Quarter of a Million Dollar.
Invested by a few Business Men before
the Lots were offered for sale. NEW
HAZELTON is a Business Man's
Townsite. All the G. T. P. and Local
History was carefully considered. The
Engineer's Reports M to grades, op-
portunities for side truck., neceassry
to handle the thousands of freight
cars were examined. Then they invested in NEW HAZELTON. They
paid in Cash for NEW HAZELTON
and nearby Lands over Two Hundred
and Fifty Thousand Dollars.
That is a wond.rful sonnet writt.n
by John J. Ingalls on the aubject of
Opportunity, but the real fact is
Opportunity does not knock once
on each man's door. Opportunity
plays a continual anvil on every
man's portals hut. of courae, if he
is knocking at the time he will
not hear Opportunity when she
knocks.
PRICES:
BUSINESS LOTS, 33x120, -*oen  ��A tCAA ntkt, l-a.
according to location   ��M��>U  tO JfrDUU per lot
Terms one-third cash, bai. 1 and 2 years at 6 per cent.
Prices on Residence Lots $100 tO $300
Terms $10 Cash, $10 per month, no interest, or one-third
cash, balance 1 and 2 years at 6 per cent.
Make Cheques, Drafts, Money or Express Orders payable to
Northern Interior Land Company, Limited
ADDRESS ALL CORRESPONDENCE T0=
Clipping from Omineca Herald, Saturday, September 9, 1911:���
JUST ONE NEW HAZELTON
THE SPOKANE OF CANADA
All Interests Combine to Booat the
New Town -Campaign Has Started    Natural Resources Guarantee
a  Big  Population���Contractors'
Headquarters.
The New Hazelton campaign has
started. For thc next few months
the very best efforts of some of the
greatest advertising men and real estate
firms in British Columbia will he
devoted to boosting New Hazelton.
The different interests have combined
to make this town one of the foremost
in thc province. A careful study has
been made by experts and they are all
agreed lhat there cannot be too much
boosting. The natural resources are
there and they are now being develo|>cd
in a way heretofore unknown. Everything is now on the move. Mining xs*
this week had a stimulation that was not
dreamed of. During the two previous
weeks several big deals were put through
which meant the bringing in ol mining
men known the world over. Agriculture has been Very successful this
year and the farmers have had bigger
crops than ever. They are all |tttin|
on their feet and buying machinery its
fast as it can he brought Into the country.
This week Charles S. Meek. ********
dent of Standard Securities, Ltd., Vancouver, was in town and completed
arrangements with lhc surveyors lo
lay out his company's property. This
work has already been start ed and it
will be finished in another ten day*.
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It la on thc Northern Interior Lund
Company's property that so many
of thc old Hazelton business men have
purchased lots and tire prepared to
build, many this fall. It is from this
point that thc business sertion will
start and grow, and where high values
will prevail.
There will be the one town Instead of several as might have been.
This means a great deal; in fact, many
hundreds of  dollars  to   the  people  of
the old town, who have been wondering
where the town would be. From now
on New Hazelton will hc introduced to
the world in u manner lhat no other
town can equal.
The gentlemen associated in thc
horning of this New Townsite they
now call NEW HAZELTON, paid out
in actual cash before a lot was sold
Over a Quarter of a Million Dollar..
NEW  HAZELTON
Where the Grand Trunk Pacific
Railroad has Sixty Acres of right-of-
way and track grounds.
NEW HAZELTON is reported by
Engineers to be thc only available
spot in the Skeena or Bulkley Valleys
for many miles each way where it
would he possible to have Railroatl
Yards large enough to handle the
Hazelton District's business.
NEW HAZELTON affords a long,
nearly level stretch of land suitable
lor Immense Yards, which will he
required to handle the thousands of
cars of ore and coal that will he shipped
from the mines in the llazillon District.
The G.T.P.
Capital of Grand Trunk Railway
and the (iiimd Trunk Railway Systems,
���447,898,92...
Over 60,000 Stockholders, 0, T.
and G. T. P. Millions of people boost
fur (iriind Trunk Pacific Townili-s.
Maximum grade of 0. T. P. is 21
feet to the mile, one-filth of any other
Transcontinental Railroad in Canada
or thc l'nited States.
NEW HAZELTON is the town that
everybody is talking about, and thai*
are no two opinions aslo its opportunities
for investments.   The reason is obvious.
NEW HAZELTON is situated near
the function of the Skeena and Bulkley
Valleys.
The Northern Interior Land Co.,
Ltd., paid caah for and own I Section
One) NEW HAZELTON TOWNSITE
nnd guarantee to deliver to purchasers of lots an Indefeasible Title
upon receipt of final payment.
NORTHERN INTERIOR LAND COMPANY, Ltd. m,
PRINCE RUPERT, B.C., P.O. BOX 1515    ��&
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^ "T/^r" Jeremiah H. Kugler, ����W_��S
FOR SALE  OF  LOTS
&_25i*y
a^lEll THE DAILY NEWS
DUNCAN ROSS'S       BLOODHOUNDS
CAMPAIGN HERE        ON THE TRACK
(Continued from Page 1)
to the development not <u*ly of
the islands hut of the port i>l
Prince Rupert." (Loud cheers).
Only Sore in Places
Oiu* instance of loyalty to the
cause Mr. Ross drew attention to
was that of J. S. Cowper, and his
Young Lady Held Prisoner by
American Bandit for 30 Hours
in the Bush. Niece of Pre-
meir Roblin. 300 Searchers
Out.
ride of 120 miles through a Btorm
from  Queen   Charlotte  City   to
Masset, which was made in tlu-
record time of twenty-three hours.
"No   matter,"   said   Mr,   Ross.,
"how sore Mr, Cowper may reel|*^r5mi�� Roblfa, close priscmerfor
in places we know that his heart
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Snowflake, Man. Sept. 10.���
Hundreds of fanners have descried
thrie farms today to join in the
hunt for Henry, known as "Bill",
Wilson of llaiina, North Dakota,
who it is alleged kept Miss Gladys
Price,   school   teacher,   niece  of
is all right."   (Laughter).
The large gathering would insist upon hearing from Mr. Cow-
per, and Fred Stork, who acted as
chairman of the proceedings, wiih
a few jovial phrases called upon
that gentleman. He told of an
enthusiastic meeting he had ad-
thirty hours in the forest. Tin
authorities fear that he eluded
r.o feu er than three hundred searchers ami crossed thc international
boundary, Bloodhounds arc on
the trail. Premier Roblin arrived
today in his fa.st automobile antl
joined in the man hunt. Mis-
Price's condition improved tonight,
but   she  has  suffered   intense!*,
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talk .ui   reciprocity   is
ing the ruffian's detention of her.
MILLION   DOLLAR  SUIT
Case Just Won at Victoria by
James Dunsmuir
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Victoria,Sept. 10.���Janus Dunsmuir has won both actions brought
by McKenxie '& Mann in don-
nection with the transfer of mining
properties to ihe railway builders.
The amount involved is one million
dollars.
dressed at Queen Charlotte before
he  took   the   tide   Mr.   Ross  had  f ">rn shock.ami apprehension dut
tried to make memorable. Il was
a meeting where the Conservatives
and the Liberals were gathered
to heart
it would
affect the islands thai lasted for
two hours. They then separated
with hearty cheers for Ross and
Reciprocity.
Dread to Hear Truth
Frank Angers told of the incident which had happened to him
ar thc Conservative meeting in
Mclntyre Hall. He s..id he had
gore there as a Liberal to hear
Dr. Young, on the chance that
something Dr. Young might s.i\
might be of interest to him. as hc
always was liberal enough to In-
open *>. conviction. The incident,
he said, showed thai lhe Conservatives dreatled to hear the
truth.
"Now let us suppose." he went
on, "that the impossible wen* to
happen. It is not to be thought of,
of course, but all thc same, let us
suppose the Conservative party
were returned to power. Where
would they get iheir next mini-try
from ?
An Army of Rebels
"There would be  Mr.  Borden,
whom the leading elements in the
party  were  endeavoring   to  get
rid of  because   they  thought  he
was not a capable leader.    There
would.be Clifford Sifton, the renegade  Liberal.    There  would  be
Henri Bourassa, who hates everything  British  and  is opposed  to
British loyalty and a Canadian
navj.
"And  there would  lie  Richard
M.-Bride. whose course i- pretty
w.ll run in British Columbia and
who i- now accused "t secretly
conspiring wiih the Conservative
interest iu the hope of pushing
out Borden that he may become
tin* leader. Tin* leader of an
army ol rebel-. A mon* disunited
1111111l.fr uf discordant elt menta to
lend the i-uii -try to destructio i
could hardly be equalled ai y-
Where in the whole world."
(Cheer-;.
Phone ISO
The Insurance People
Fire
Lift-
Marine
Accident
Plate Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared While You Wait.
Till*
Mack Realty & Insurance
coy PANY.
P.S.- Houses and RenUR
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WanttxJ  general icrvant.
I'litmoro.
Apply t.' Mm   I* W��
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Boy wunted at once.   Apt>ly Nt* I Olllce.
Woman wants work by day. Bnqul�� Mi* John-
tor., yth Ave. and Tatlow St. KVMN
Wanted woman to cook and take care of two
children. German woman i.reterred. State
wages expected and apply at 73 Mh Ave.        tf
Wanted ���A party acckiemployment. Good commercial experience both in Africa and thi*
country. Speaks French. Trustworthy. Box
.--'���. Daily News. _V9-2U
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\ For Rent
Furniahexl rooma with ball,,
the. week.   Talbot Houae
��>cial rat** by j
165-tf
Neatly Furnlahed roomi. MattaUM preferred.���
Apply Mr.. Mullin, over Mauatio Theatre,     tf
SHINING TREE GOLD
Cosst lin Property Purchased by
Mackenzie & Mann for $300,-
000.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Sudbury, Ont., Sept. 1(1.���Mackenzie iv Mann have purchased
the Gosaelin property of Shining
Tree District for $:,00,(MH) cash.
This i> ihe original gold streat of
Shining Tree District.
Seven Days in Quod
James Macdonald got on a
giddy toot last night and this
morning Magistrate McMullin consigned him to the cooler for seven
days.
Vote for reciprocity and make
our province prosperous.
VERY NARROW SQUEAK
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LACROSSE FINAL
TODAY
Vancouver with One Goal
Ahead. New Westminster to Make Two
to Hold Cup.
Today witnesses the
grand finale of the big
lacrosse match in which
Vancouver and New
Westminster teams have
striven for possession of
the Minto Cup long
held by New Westminster.     Vancouver   com
mences    today's    game
Charge of Supplying Failed for o   with   one   goal   to   the
Technical Reason 0   good.   To hold the Cup
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Willi.'in   Wool.i,on,   ,.   (pi.T.er-  o
lined Indian, escaped by tin* skin o
of hi- teeth finin ,i term in j.iil 0
thi- morning, and this facl waa o
duly impressed upon him by Mag- o
istrate McMullin. IK* had been o
seen by Indian Agent Perry to get |o
a bottle of whisky and to take ii
to a Chinese restaurant. Mr.
Perry shadowed him and saw the
boi lie   antl   three   glasses   set   on
a table till ready for drinking.
There the charge of "supplying"
fell io ilu* ground.
New Westminster must
make two goals clear,
as the scores now stand.
Tremendous excitement
prevails, and this afternoon's gate will be a
record one. The Daily
News will bulletin the
result of the match as
soon as the flash comes
through from Recreation Park.
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Northwestern League
Rain.
Pacific Coast League
Oakland 3, San Francisco l.
Los .Angeles 0, Sacramento 2.
National League
���New York 13, Boston 9.
Pittsburg 3, 4; Chicago 2, 2.
St. Louis li, 5; Cincinnati 5, 5.
American Legaue
No games.
Nice PurniaheKl  Rooma, Mr-
Block; Third Ave.
Urts-nwood. Aider
178-tf
Do away with this.    Patronize a whits
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
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Is a Persistent "Influence" Exert-    ^-"*
ed  in Your Behalf!
Every bit of printing that goes out to serve vou makes "Som ���
kind of an Impression." Poor printing will leave a poor Im
pression of its user as surely as would poor clothe*, or boor
store or shop or office. "Good" printing will leave upon avarv
mind im impression wholly favorable of its user.
Even if but one in a thoasand of these "Impressions " roallv Um
tho scales for business, for orders, for you "Good Printina
will have thus paid for itself !
FOR   HIGH CLASS PRINTING OF ALL KINDS SEE THE  "NEWS JOB "
Daily News Building phone 98 Third Avenue
LABOR AND
THE LIBERALS
For Rent���Furnlahed roome. l!���t and cold water
wiih bath. Dlicby Roomi. oh Ave. and Fulton
Street. tf
For Rent-Soni of Eniiland Hull. L'nd Ave., for
Dance.. Fraternal Socleltci. Siviati. etc. Apply
Frank A  Ellli. Box 669 or phone 6��. list-it]
For Sale
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PHONE 301 P.O. BOX -' ��� I
PONY EXPRESS
SYSTEMATIC MERCHANTS' DELIVERY SERVICE
lUimaRf. Storage ��ntl Forwarding Atronlt.   For
Kiga or Motor Car day or nin h ���
Seventh Ave. and Fulton Phone 301
FEED STORE
ta    o ,     ���.,                 i . .         t          .. W�� carry everything In the feed line. al��o n*ar-
For hate-Chicken Ranch. I BttM�� houae. houae- d,n ���_*,,,. ,h* loweat market price., at Collart's
hold roode.   Naar Prin>v Rupert.    A  map if ���|�� Fted Store. Market Place
Uken at once.   Address H-*v   * -. tf
PONY EXPRESS
Insurance
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Prompt Delivery
Phone* 41 or 30)
! OCR Companion are noted for prompt and jutt
������ettlement**.   We write *r**m*tf known ctait oft
Insurance. The Mack K��� . ���. and Inaurance Co. i
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important Statement of Presi
dent of Grand  Trunk  Em-   ,
ployees   Showing   How   Well +
the Laurier Ministry Guarded
the Interests of Labor.
Wanted
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the Grand Trunk Employees, staled publicly in Berlin, that through
Wanted ��� Hand launden*..*.     Price* moderate. |
26! Third Avenue, near Newa on.ee. tf
Wanted pile. 100 feet long.   Inquire at the Atlin
Conatructlon Co., Seal Cve, or Phone 2_1    tf
Wanl.al    Cheap lutein **.-���: m 7 and S.   If price
la right will pay caah.   P.O. Bo\ 105.    SU&-2I1
ON A CHECKING ACCOUNT
is what our depositors receive.   Start
saving today by opening
an account with us.
$1 IS ENOUGH TO BEGIN WITH
The Continental Trust Co., Ltd.
Prince Rupert, B.C.
Second Avenue
NOTICE
TAKE NOTICE that I will receive
tenders for the land known as Lot 1105,
Kange 5. Coast District, Province of
British Columbia. This is one of the
choicest pieces of land lying along the
Skeena river and contains about 155
acres. The land is crown granted.
Tenders must be in before the fifth day
of October, 1911. The highest or any
tender not necessarily acdepted. For
further particulars apply to the undersigned.
D. G. STEWART,
Assignee  of  H. C, Breckenridge, Box
:!.'.",. Prince Rupert, B.C.
Wanted.-Cleaning and     ���--���.���-.-. draeamakina*.
plain .ewing, children'. --..-. repairing.and al-
ilt>.    nfforia-     e,f     ih..     mtaiatar    nt   teratlona-Mena* and ladle-'garment.. Canadian-
till*     Cltons.    Ot     ine     minister    >>I   Cleaning and Preailng .'...p. KS) Third Avenue.
I'hone Red -VI. tf
FOR SALE
Two lots, Block _���!, Section 5, corner
wiih two fronts, Seventh avenue and
Lothiniere street.   Price $2600.   $1000
I Engllah woman, capable, i-ducated and experien- t     cash.
terms i    cad, dealrea. engagement  in   hotel or private   One lot,  Block  22,  Section 5,  Seventh
houaa-manarrcai. hou-keeper. or companion ;      ���..nni.o     l-view *\(li)     -1.1(1(1 rush
help.   Apply D.H . c-i. Ml.a Davla. 18 M.unt I _ aN-;nue^, * *lW22***e\n: ��� **m   J*    ,
Edwardi, Victoria. B.C. 2li>-2ii     One lot, Block 20, Section 5, Sixth ave-
 I    nue.   Price $1365.   $800 cash.   Fine
view lot.
,  imi wv     w��T a limniv I One lot,  Block 27, Section 7,  Eighth
two members of the cabinet ami, |J 1^1   |J    11/ A Ml L 11      avenue.   Price $287.   $250 cash,
shows   what   part*,    sympathises
with  unionism.    It was ri'i**ortcd
militia and the minister of labor,
the employees got  better
than   they  had  ever  expected  or
hoped to get.
That is a tribute to ihe worth of \
of tht
part)
HELP WANTED
The Big Furniture Store
HART BLOCK
Main entrance 2nd Ave.; 6th St.
entrance, last door in block
Bigger and Better
than Ever
time after time thai ihe Grand
Trunk employees were disaffected
with the government aid they
were going to turn upon George
Graham and rend him to pieces in
Brockville.
However, those arc the words
of the president of the men. He
knew what happened and lhat is
what he said.
Empress Entertains Ever
Politely ushered to your seal
y the Empress courteous staff,
you will not fail to enjoj an
Empress picture show any night
you like to look in to the theatre.
Films that never flicker have an
affection (or the Empress.
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Ross & Reciprocity
Liberal Rally
in the Committee rooms
SATURDAY NIGHT, SEPT.  16
at 8 o'clock
Prominent Speakers Will  Address the  Meeting.
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RECIPROCITY SERMON SUNDAY
There will   lie  a  big  gathering
in the Mclntyre Hall tomorrow
evening when Rev. \V. II. McLeod,
lhe popular pastor of the First
Baptist Church <>f Prince Rupert,
will preach one of his telling sermons on the subject of "Right .'I'd
Reciprocity in Religion for Rupert." Rev. W. II. McLeod is a
live preacher who kicps in line
with the times.
Two Distinguished Visitors
Among   the   eighty   passengers
blCUght   by   ihe    Prince   George
this morning It was expected Mould
be Fred T. Congdon, member
for Yukon, and T. Dufferln Pattullo, They did not arrive, however, but his father and brother
came. The brother is J, H.
Pattullo, for some years the crown
prosecutor of Yukon, and the
father George R. Pattullo, formerly
a newspaper proprietor bui at
present registrar of deeds, Woodstock, Out.
Six carpenters for rough outside
construction at Swanson Bay. Only
need saw, hammer. sf|U,,rc an(|
hand axe. Wages S8:50. See
Todd, Premier Hotel.
Sunday Services in the Empress
Theatre
Morning and evening services
of the Presbyterian Church are
held every Sunday in the Empress
Theatre. Tomorrow evening at
7.80 the pastor, I". W. Kerr, will
preach of "Guardian Angels."
Morningaserviceai lla.m, Strangers are always cordially welcome,
Two lots, Block 12, Section 7, Ambrose
avenue.   Price $1000 each.   $800 cash.
Two lots, Block 49, Section Seven,
Ninth avenue. Price $750 pair, one-
half cosh, balance 6 and 12 months.
Two lots,  Block 3, Section 8,  Tenth
avenue.   Price $700 pair.   $200 cash.
HOUSES FOR SALE
Two story house, 7 rooms, 4 rooms upstairs, 3 rooms downstairs, painted,
kalsomined, newly finished, fine view
on Ambrose avenue. Price $2625.
$1000 cash.
Five room house, water, plastered, papered, large basement, on Ninth avenue.   Price $1800.   $1000 cash.
FOR RENT
Four room house, comfortably furnished,
hot and cold water, bath and telephone.
HayB Cove Circle
Five room house, water, papered, plastered, large basement, Ninth avenue.
Price $22.50 per month.
FOR REN r
Stores on Second avenue.
FOR   LEASE
75 x 100 feet on Third avenue. Good
lease.
FOR SALE
Five  and   ten-acre   tracts   for   garden I o
trucking at  Kitsumkalum, only  $65
per acre.
F. W. HART
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POLLS CLOSE AT 5 P.M
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
In all Dominion elections the doors of polling
booths open at 9 o'colck
a. m. and close at 5 p.m.
All votes must be cast
between these hours.
In provincial and municipal elections the polling stations remain open
until 7 o'clock in the
evening, a fact which
sometimes creates confusion in the mind of
the elector. Do not forget that on September
21 the doors of the polling booths will be closed
sharply on the hour of 5.
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Convertible
Collar Coat
A big, roomy, wa,rm, stylish
single-breasted   model,   with
the new convertible collar���
ihi niinesecsary hardware, just
turn    it    up   and    button    it
over for stormy weather-wear,
20th Century Brand, of course,
We tire exclusive    gents.
WEDDING TONIGHT
Miss Rosa Haudenschild to Become the Bride of Mr. Fred
Wesch.
rljcea. KoyalIsland, Coaat Diatrict, II. c! Tonight ill  tilt* Lutheran Clliircll
nana, specifications and lorm ot contract  can ,
be  aeen   and   Inrma  ot  tender  obtained   at   thia Ju*    W'cdtlin'al    Will     lake    1lh.CC    (if
Department and al the olllces ot 0,  A. Ken-far, ���       *     I
i������-I, District Engineer, New_We.tmina.tcr, 11. C, Mi--,    RoSB    1 la.lldfliscllild    who   is
to become the bride of Mr. Fred
the  Pioneer  Laundry.
SEALKD TINDERS tddnasad to the under
' ai-ened, and endorsed "Tender lor Wharl al Sur
Inlet, n. C," will lie received at thia office unll
4.00 P. M . on Tuesday, Seiitenil-er 2G, I'Jll, (or
the construction ol a  I'll.   Wharf al Surf inlet,
.q., 1
Id on application to the rnstmaater at  I'rlnce
Kupert and Victoria, B. C.
1 eriona   tendering   are   notified   that   tenders
will not lie considered unless made on lhe printed   Wi sell    of
forma   supplied,   and   signed   with   their   actual
signatures,  Hating  their occunallona  and  plac���   Both     ATt     popular     residents    of
ot resilience,    ln  thc case of firms, the actual , .
signature,   lhe   nature   of   the   occupation,   anil    I'lirtt*    RtiptTI    al'tl   will    lie   made
Elace ol leaidenec of each member ot the firm must j ,    ,
*xeS3**.   i       . . . .       the recipients of many warm con*
Each   tender   must   be   accompanied   by   an . , ,
accepted  chewiue  on   a  chartered   bank,   payable   gfal 11 li*. a If Ills,     ll IS Ullder-IOod that
to the order of the Honourable the Minister ol
Public Works   equal lo ten per cent (10 pel of   the    VOlll'g    Couple    will    reside    on
thc  amount   of  tender,  which   will   be  forfeited! *
if the peraon  tendering decline lo enter Into a' hii'lull   aVelUlC.
contract when called upon to do so. ur fail to com* '
Sloan & Company
Sixth Street
plete lhe contract.   If tha tender he nol accepted
the cheque will be returned.
The Department docs not hind   it��e.f to accept
the lowest or any tender.
By order,
R. C. DESUOCHEKS.
Secretary.
Department of Public Work*.
Ottawa. AuKunt  .:-.  1911.
Newipipern will   not be paid  for thin  adver-
tiaement if thoy inaert it without authority from
the Department.
Sept. 9-18
SUFFERING INSTANTLY RELIEVED
A SAP! AND -*ri I i>.  CURE
If your dealer doc* not keep them we will tnai
you a box ��� !���*��� powdera) on receipt of 26 cent*
L J. MATHIEU ( o.l'mp. , Sberbrooke. P.Q
JJERVlNEaPOWDERS.,
HForH^WkeiBjUM^oe'l
a-4 <-~M,,a. a.* .��.. a naa H I
;'���>��� mm.\**j*miil7i, i-e- �����,
Thanksgiving Services
Salvation Army Harvest Thanks*
giving services will be held tomorrow ai 11 a.m., 3 p.m., and 8
p.m. Mrs. Knsigh Johnstone, Captain Kerr, and Lieut. Wright will
take charge. Mr. Davidson of
the Peerless Studio formerly editor
of thc War Cry Icelandic edition,
will take part in the services,
For Rent���Furnished or unfurnished rooms (bachelors
only) over Wallace's Dry Goods
Store.���H. S. Wallace. tf
Vole for reciprocity and repulse
the Insane policy of raising race
prejudice.
LOCAL OWNERS OF
NEW HAZELTON
Northern Interior Land Co., a
Close Corporation of Our
Most Prominent and Successful Business Men.
The Northern Interior Lard
Company which is advertising on
another page the sale t.f lots in
the new townsite called N.w ll.*/-
elton, is a close corporation comprising some of the most prominent and successful business men
in British Columbia. Tiny own
large tracts of land all along the
line of the Grand Trunk Padfic
and are probably doing nu.rc for
the development of the interior
tributary to Prince Rupert than
a.ny other body of men.
Unlike most sy idicates the) sn
not acquiring land and holdinj
it for speculation until the efforu
of other people have enhanced
its value, but arc spending large
sums in development work.
The officers of the company Bit!
Angus Stewart, president; Donald
McLeod, vice-president; ('��� W.
Peck, secretary and treasurer.
Among the directors are VenHX
W. Smith, D. L. McHugh. J. M
McMillan, M. Sheady. J. A. Smith.
Captain F. B. Johnson aid I'- M-
Moore. As such men .- '.-���
have put their cold cash irt"
the New Hazelton townsite prop*
osition there should be jittle misgiving as to its ultimate success.
CZAR SAW HIS
PREMIER SHOT
Great Russian Statesman Mortally Wounded by Assassin
Who Fired at Him Twice
During Opera.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Kiev, Sept. 16.���Premier Stoly-
pin was last night attacked -���"'
mortally wounded by an link' <****���
assassin while al the opera. 1*H
Czar himself was present in ll"
theatre when the shot was fired,
and might have been the \i*-t|nl
of the next shot, had the assawin
not been instantly secured by !������*'
police. The dying premier -.*-
hurried from the theatre box '"
;ui anteroom where medical attendance was rendered hy Tr"n-"
incut surgeons in the auditn'.'*
The play stopped, but it Was impossible to get the audlenci to
disperse until definite account*
of the premier's condition I'*11'
been given out from the (tag***'
When it was learned thai the
premier still lingered in HfOi "'"'
audience slowly left the building.
Kiev, Sept. 10.���(Later) I' '���
now reported that the wounde ol
Premier Stolypih may not v"Al'
fatal.
Majestic Means Amusement
A look in at the Majestic pict��rt
show always means a merry tin"-*'
Majestic   comic   pictures   alw-i'"
make good, and for rousing I*'*1'
dramas  you   must   turn   i"
Majestic every time.
lhe

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