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Twenty-four hours ending5 a.m.,
Oct. 12
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VOL.11,  NO. 233
The Daily News
For south
Prince Hupert Friday, a.m.
for North
Princess May, Thursday, Oct. 12
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
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Prince Rupert, B.C.. Thursday, October 12. 1911.
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Price Five Cents
Alderman Newton Chivalrously Points Out How the Daily News Has Been Dealt
With Unfairly by Comparison���Journal Has Been Receiving Double Its
Contract Rates from Council���Even Groceries Were Mentioned
Over a motion to do the necessary advertising for proposed minor
local improvements���thc planking
af streets, etc.���there arose in
bouncil last night a considerable
ili-cussion regarding the distribu-
i in of city advertising patronage
i the press.
The opening up of the matter
aid bare the situation that after
entlering a straight rate for ad-
'eriising last year the "Journal"
his year has had considerable
Mlroi<age turned its way at double
rate originally bid without
n y definite renewal of lender or
unification that thc rate had
Ken altered for the inform;'tion
if the public and the competing
nil*.ing firms.
A statement of thc amount of
Mtronage given during the year
advertising lo the three rtws-
lapcrs   and   Premier   Press   was
ad by the Cily Clerk as follows::
impirc Publishing Co... 8082.00
jurnal Publishing Co.... 032.80
[ally News 375.30
premier Press    90.25
To Alderman Newton who had
nii-eil strongly his suspicion lhat
���dvert ising patronage was going
much  in one   direction, Al-
Icnnan Hilditch gleefully pointed
(in   the  excess  of  thc   Empire's
dole over that of the other papers.
Replying, Alderman Newion
said that he knew at least that
most of thc Empire work for the
city had been done on a straight
tender basis and the total included a cheque for S250 left over
from last year. Even against his
own particular irtcrests he said
he would say that the treat ment
of the Daily News had been.
distinctly unfair in this respect.
But this was only one branch of
the city's expenditures in which
Alderman Newion thought the
pajXOnage had been portioned out
He referred to the cit>'s purchases of grocery provisions which
he said h.-.d lieen given to firms
not even in "our own favored
hutch as we might term it from
our own view point." He pointid
out that only rcccrtly the purchasing agent had admitted he
did not make thc purchases.
Mayor Manson said a return
was being prepared showing where
all the different city patronage
had gore and that if any appareni
unfairness existed, la-tween now
and lhe end of the year was the
time to rectify it.
Alderman Hilditch represented
that the cily was no charitable
concern to hand out doles where
fork of Erection to Start Immediately by Days' Labor
Hall Will Have Big Basement Open to Fifth Street
But $5000 Fund Will Not Complete Qnarters
It   was  decided   by   the  city
^nuncil late last night to go on
nth lhe work or creeling thc new-
lire   hall.    The   site   selected   is
i-tween the present fire hall, and
lhe temporary premises used to
Bouse the auto car. Thc new
building will Im* placed far enough
Kick from Fulton street to enable
spacious basement to open onto
Fifth street and be used for city
pl-'-H storage, road roller, rock
Crusher, elc.
John Lawrence Shot Dead at
Edson by a Defeated Rival
Edson, Alts.. Ocl. 11.���Shot
���through the body while defending
Ithe home of a lady from the
Slanders of a defeated rival, John
ILawrcnce, a G. T. P. foreman,
Idicd Sunday night as the result
lof the wound so caused. The
���shooting occurred after a fight
Iiii a restaurant in Edson, where
Ithe men met Sunday afternoon.
|A few hot words were passed, a
Iblow struck, and the slayir drew
la revolver aid fired at his op-
Jponent from a few feet distance.
Lawrence dropped mortally wound"
led, and his unknown assailant
fled from the room thrcaleiiing
with the revolver those who attempted lo slop him.   The mount-
[ed police were iinmcdiatel\ notified
and started in pursuit of him at
once. _______
New lot fancy Waist Flan-
| nelcttcs���Wallace's. 2l
Thc building is to Ik* liegun at
once, and will lie put up by
days lalwr under supervision of
Ihe architects, Mr. W. Lailcy of
Messrs. Munro & Lailey. and Mr.
Potter. The cost of thc hall is
a little over $5000.
The residential quarters up-
tairs will not In* fully finished but
will be made habitable, to lie
finished in better style later on.
11 is expected that the new fire
hall will be completed before the
end of lhc year.
Many Mills to Close Down for
Two Years Lumbermen Will
Seek Higher Duties from the
Borden Government.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Calgary, Oct. 12.���Far reaching
changes for the Western Slates
and Canada were decided Upon at
a conference today by ineniliers
of the Coast and Mountain Lumbermen's Associalinn. It is said
the members agreed thai many
mills on both sides of lhe lire arc
to remain closed until 1913.
The Canadian trade during the
past year has been marked by thc
encroachment of (he American
mills. It was decided ����� meet
all cuts by the American lumbermen and an effort will lie made
tn have the Government give
added protection to rough lines
of lumber.
The new G.T.P. News Stand
for Lowney's delicious Chocolates, fresh from the factory,  tf
they were desired but a business
proposition to be run on business
lines, but did not state whether
his theory applied to the Journal
in particular or nol.
"I am not losing any sleep
myself over the Daily News Advertising" said Alderman Clayton.
"Well, I am," put in Alderman
"There is not a bit of love lost
between me and the Daily News.
They arc very outspoken in regard to me, so I will be to them,"
added Alderman Clayton. "I
move that lhe present advertising
lie given to the Journal."
Alderman Douglas moved an
amcndmcni that tenders be called
for, and the amendment carried.
Votes for Women Lost in San
Francisco by 4 5,000 Against
37,000���Initiative and Referendum and Recall Carried
(Canadian Press Despatch)
San Francisco, Oct. 12.���The
suffrage for women lost yesterday
in ihis city. On the vote throughout the stale for women suffrage
San Francisco stood, for 37,170,
against 44,089. At an early hour
this morning it looked as if it
Had carried. However, on the
Other hand the initiative, referendum and the recall, which includes thc Judiciary also, lias
been endorsed emphatically.
Mr. G. W. Hopp of Bellingham Sewer Pipe Works Has a  Plan Whereby Hundreds
of Thousands of Dollars Can Be Kept in the City Instead of Going to
Seattle���Business Would Become an Important One to City
S. Camozzi has applied for two
months more in which to complete
his First avenue contract. Referred to board of works for
consideration and report.
A new industry for Prince Rupert���one that will employ a dozen
men. from the start and many
more as it develops���is promised
to the city if Mr. ('.. VV. Hopp.
the sewer pipe manufacturer of
Olympia and Bellingham. can have
his way.
A Fair Offer
Mr. Hopp came to Prince Rupert when lie heard that large
sums of money were being sent
out of the city for lhe purchase
of clay sewer pipes, and that il
was proposed to send out very
much larger sums when the civic
sewerage schemes are carried out
next spring. He is a manufacturer
of cement sewer pipe, which is
fast   displacing  clay  pipe  where
Reports from Berlin State That an Armistice Has Been Concluded
and Hostilities Will Cease---Italy Officially Denies Having Granted Germany a Port on the Mediterranean
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Berlin, Oct. 12.���.An armistice
between Italy and Turkey for
which great diplomats have been
striving for some lime is believed
here to have been virtually concluded. Although not officially
announced, it is understood that
the transportation of the Italian
military expedition will not be
interfered wiih, but thai hostilities
in all quarters will cease. Thi* is
considered here equivalent to the
ending of the war or of warlike
movements and may be followed
by negotiations looking for settlement. Probably as soon as a
strong Italian army is disembarked
at Tripoli even the Young Turks
will begin to recognize that there
is no hope of withholding Tripoli
from Italy.
Italy Denies Pro-Germanism
Rome,   Oct.   12.���There   is   a
feeling in official circles here that
Turkey and her sympathizers as
well as those elements that arc
antagonistic to Italy arc doing
everything jxissible to engender
opposition to Italy's plans among
thc powers.
il is believed that certain reports
that have been circulated aim
chiefly to play on Anglo-German
antagonism with this object. One
supposed report spread relates to
Germany having planned  to ob
tain Tobnik from Turkey prior
to thc geninning of hostilities
and that Germany will end by
securing this important strategic
point from Italy as a base for
operations in the Mediterranean.
These reports are officially denied
by Italy and it is furiher staled
that Italy would rot dream of
being a catspaw to draw chestnuts
oul of ihe fire for Germany.
lasting wear and good work is
required. He figured out the cost
to the ciiy of purchasing clay
pipe from Seattle, and is willing
to make all the sewer pipe the
city of Prince Rupert will need
for the same price which the city
now pays to purchase clay pipe
in the United States. The said
and gravel would be purchased
in the district, and the entire
payroll for making lhc pipes would
be spent right in Prince Rupert.
Many cities have granted concessions to sewer pipe concerns
to start up, but Mr. Hopp is
willing to start without any concessions in the way of low assessment or free water or site. All
he wants is that his goods be
given fair show against the imported article.
Facts About Industry
Vancouver has a big center i
���ewer factory working riglu and
day. Last week the plan of the
Alberta Sewer Pipe Compr.ny was
opened in Calgary by the Mayor
and council. Milwaukee has nearly
500 miles of ccmci i sewer pi|K*
laid���some of it having stood the
lesi for twenty-five >ears. Boston
has about four hundred mil. ���
of cement pipe, and all lhe leading
cn.isi cilics are using it.   Some of
the cement sewer*, laid in the
city of Rome about TOO B. C. are
in service today, as good is ever.
In addition tn mr.kir.g sewer
pipe, Mr. Hopp's ci mpai y would
also make architectural work in
cement, laundry tubs, etc.
The question ris-,*. entirely with
the Mayor and council, nd the
citizens, whether the hundreds
of thousands of dollars to be
spei-t in sewer pipe shall go to
Seattle or be spent right al home
here in Prince Rupert.
Outline   of
$75,000  is
Scheme   Costing
Before  Council
Consideration of the Hays Creek
sewer system was In gun lasi night
by the council in conference with
the Cily Engineer. The cost of
ihe scheme as outlined by Colonel
Davis ct nits io 175,000. The
plan arranges for lhe temporary
use <>f settling tank space io lie
granted by the G. T. P.. and
.he merits of the scheme are under
consideration l>\ ihe pubUt works
depart ment.
New   fall
every lioat.-
Hello Girls Holiday
Leave of absence for iwo weeks
with pay has been granted lo Miss
Green of thc telephone department,
on the recommendation of E. Love.
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners, Phone 4
Woodworth Lake Waterworks Survey is Now Concluded and Work Will be Rushed
���Five Gangs of Ten Men Each Suggested to Clear 160 Acres
Motion by Aldennan Hilditch
seconded by Alderman Gay ton:
"That We call for tenders for
the clearing of the shores of
Woodworth Lake by station
work ten men or more lo a
gang, and alternative tenders
from private contractors for each
Station. Contractors lo give
bonds lo the amount of ten
per cent of their bid, anil a
time limit of six weeks to be
set on the work."   Carried.
Woodworth Lake waterworks
propositions reached the siage indicated by lhe above motion hist
night. Before contracts or station
work can lie let, however, specifications will be prepared by Col.
Davis with the water committee
and Alderman Hilditch regarding
the handling of the logs after
clearing. Certain timber valuable
in lhe works is to be kept in
certain lengths, and made ready
for ihe saw mill.
Soma anxiety exists at present
on lhc score of a possible scarcity
of yellow cedar, in which case
lumlH-r (OT building the wood-slave
waler pipe must be obtained from
Vancouver, says Alderman Hilditch.
Col. Davis'  Report
Col. Davis' report at this stage
is lo ihe following effect: The
survey work around the lake is
completed���a contour line 32 feet
above the lake level has been
thoroughly blazed, trees al every
1000 feet being marked with Unnecessary measurements for their
Two expert timber cruisers have
lieen employed to range the area
to be cleared and for some distance
alxivc it to estimate the amount
of valuable timber available, and
Col. Davis .advises delaying the
preparation of specifications until
their report is in his hands. This
will be in less than two weeks.
Meanwhile the Cily Engineer
is making lhc survey to begin
the work of blasting out the
natural dam at thc iitflow of
Shawadans Lake. This work will
be done by contract.
Five Gangs Needed
Round Woodworth Lake there
arc about Kit) acres to clear, and
it is proposed to divide litis area
into five Stations containing approximately 30 acres lo each sta-
iion.   Ii was roughly estimated
by Alderman Hilditch that with
twelve good lumber men to a
station crew the sixly men could
clear (he whole area in two months.
But Col. Davis remarked that
there is a probability that lumbermen will be found scarce in this
district at present.
May Have to Buy Cedar
At least half a million feet,
boanl measure, of yellow cedar
lumber will be required for thc
stave pipe lo be built, and a big
supply of spruce for the construction of lhe dam.    Alderman
Hilditch is convinced thai there
is not half enough yellow cedar
in the thirty-two foot bell between
thc lake level and the coutnur
lir.c and what there is there is
likely to be too scraggy to serve
thc purpose well. It will be
necessary to seek a supply of
yellow cedar near enough to lie
useful or to import another class
of lumber from Vancouver for the
slave pipe. Yellow cedar is lhe
best and most lasting wood.
Unless enough \eljpw cedar exists within easy access of the
lake it will be unnecessary to
erect the proposed saw ini'l at
thc lake. The null is to cut
slaves for the big water pipe,
The Canadian Manufacturers Association Would Not Ask
for Specific Tariff Changes as Yet   Do Not Want
to Embarass the Incoming Government
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Toronto,   Ocl.   12.���The   ( an-
adian Manufacturers' Association
at iheir meeting this mon ing
discussed the lariff question al
great length and placed themselves
on record as Favoring ihe appointment of a permanent tariff Commission by ihe new government.
They declined to commit tlu-
p.-��sociaiion ,��> any specific tariff
Changes, being of the opinion thai
it would In- unwise lo embarrass
tlu* incoming administration with
any pronouncement al this time.
Afler discussing  this  phase of
the  situation,  it  was deciced  to
withdraw a resolution previously
offered, suggesting that lhe government be asked to take steps
to fix Iiii* British preference al a
flat rati- of 33 1-3 |H-r cent.
The man who might to nwn it
wj|| come around and look over
your property sunn after you
commence m advertise it in The
Daily Newa.
British Delegate at Ecumenical! Five Foreign Gunboats are Pro-
Methodist Conference Prais-      tecting the City of Hankow���
ed   the   Peace   Proposal
American President.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Toronto. Oct. 12.   The action of
President Taft in bringing forward
the peace proposals between England and America is one of llic
"most courageous and magnificent
attempts ever made by ��� states*
man in lhe history nf the world."
Shortly idler this Statement made
n ihe Ecumenical Mcthodisl Con��
ference by Aid. T. Snap nf Liver*
pool, England, lhe delegates unani-
mously adopted a resolution endorsing the proposed arbitration.
Phone to Woodworth
Mr. Love has rcjmrtcd on the
Viceroy Takes to Flight.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Peking, Oct. 12.���The Chinese
revolutionaries haw captured Wu
Cheng, the capital <.f the province
of Hu Pob.   The viceroy escaped
by making a hasty flight, Five
foreign gunboats along Yangtse
River are protecting lhe vity of
All tbe Ballots in Comox-Atlin
Will be Recounted by Returning Officer.
Tomorrow is llu- day set lor thc
final COUnting ol the ballots CSSl
establishment   of   the  phone  sys-  in the Comox-Atlin conlesl.    Re
tern lo WiMMlworlh Lake in connection wiih tin* present line laid
lo the Cold Storage from tbe
Cily   Central.    The  enst   of   ilu
schema will be 1800.
turning   Officer   F.   Ca.   Dawson,
idler   completing   bis   tak,   will
make an official statement ol the
actual majority of  tlu- successful
i. ���Pi"
The Daily News
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Published by the Prince Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
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Daily Edition.
Thursday. Oct. 12
An attempt is being made to make the people of Prince Rupert
believe that it has already got power to have a comniis:.ion government whenever il desires to make use of that power. That is eniirch
wrong. Nn city in Briiish Columbia has power to institute a commission governmeni. Under the Municipal Clauses Act, British
Columbian cities cm elect Boards nf Control, but Boards of Cout ml
are nol commissions. Tin* principle of Boards of Control is opposed
to the principle of commission governments The attempt to deceive
tlu* citizens is a msichievous one.
The principle of government by commission as practised by over
one hundred of lhe leading cities of the l'nited Slates is to place qualified
experts in charge of the civic departments making them asnwerablc
10 thc people .u election time, and allowing them to hold oflice only
during good behavoir and by the public will.
The principle of the Board of Control system contained in the
Municipal Clauses Act is very different. The city council is not
abolished. The Board of Control is elected as an additional body.
Thc executive power still reman B with the council. All the defects,
all ilu* incompetence, all ihe petty squabbling and waste of time
and money that is pari of the council system still remains.
The clauses nf the Act (,:*522i) define the duties of a Board of
Control.   Tins read:
"To prepare an estimate of the proixised expenditure of the
year, and certify lhe same to lhe council for its consideration," etc.
"To inspect and report to the Council monthly or oftencr
on all municipal works in progress," etc.
"To nominate to the Council all heads of departments
and sub-departments in case of vacancies," etc.
Even the salary of the members of lhe Board of Control is to
be fixed bv ibe members of the Council.
Y -General Hardware��� 1
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Valves & Pipes      Oxford StoveB   .
Graniteware       Tinware        *
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5-room  House on  8th Ave., section 5.
Partly furnished. $22 a month
...FOR SALE...
Lots 8 and 9,  block  34, sec. 8, $600.
Easy cash and terms
I,ot 19. block 26, sec. 5.    Easy terms.
Lot 22, block 24, sec. 5, $800.
Lot 17, block 49, sec. 7. $350.   $50 cash
and $25 per month.
Fire, Life, Accident and Liability Insurance
Pattullo Block.
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Carrie compteU etock at Drug*.   Special   ,,
attention paid to nillnir pi-eecrlptlona.      , ,
Theatre Block Paoas No. it Second Ave. ,
With an incompetent and unbusinesslike Council, a Board of
Control would only make confusion worse confounded
The Board of Control is not government by commission. It
is not even a colorable imitation, lt is a reversal of lhe principle
which has made commission government a success all over Nonh
...Whites Portland Cement...
Phone 125      Naden Block      Second Ate
Sweetest Girl in Dixie
A Southern Comedy-drama
Prices:   50c,   75c,   $1.00
Windsor Hotel
Newly FumUhed and
Steam Healed Roomi
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Puck Voices Our Esteemed Relative's Regrets
According  10   the  newspapers
and magazines, England is jealous
of us.
Germany doesn't like us.
France is suspicious of us.
Japan is actually preparing to
fight us.
Canada thinks wc are going to
kidnap her.
Mexico feels thai We want lo
mortgage her resources antl then
foreclose lhe mortgage.
Spain positively detests us.
Cuba thinks wc are a fresh lot
of Alecks.
Chile secretly buys bai llcsliips lo
sell lo other nations who want to
lick us.
Russia thinks wc are an ungrateful lot.
There are others���lei these ir-
Itances suffice for now.
Will the imickrakcrs kindly
vise���does anybody love us?
Classified ads ill The Daily-
News are lhe real sidesmen for
lots and pints In this cily; and
they reduce both expense and
delays lo thc Vanishing poinl.
Great Story
The News has received so many letters
of appreciation from its readers for its
enterprise and judgment in securing
the serial rights of Captain Clive Wol-
ley's great story, "The Tenderfoot's
Wooing," that it has gone still further.
News has  secured  the  serial rights   for
Louis Tracy's  Great New Story
"The Pillar
of Light*
and   will   start   the   story   Next  Week.
Louis Tracy is the greatest writer of fascinating adventure stories in England.���His plots are vigorous.���His
characters are lifelike. There is not a dull paragraph.
His stories are models  of good  English too	
What The Pillar of Light Is
The "Pillar of Light" is a sea story of
love and adventure. As you may guess
the "Pillar of Light" is a lighthouse.
The story concerns the romance of
Stephen Brand the lighthouse keeper
and man of mystery. It is a story of
heroic deeds in many lands. It will
hold you to the very last word and delight you all the time. In the end you
will see the greater meaning of the
title "The Pillar of Light.    :    :    :
This story is exclusive in British Columbia to the Daily News and
its readers. See that you get the story from the start by having
your name entered on the Daily News books as a subscriber.
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Skwna Land UUUict-Ui.tricl ol Om___i_
'lak. notico that thirty day. Iron, J. .,***��
Uaintor ol 1'rinoo llupe-n, 11, e bv um
bookkoopur, inund lu apply u \m ChSlff
miaaioner ul Landa lur Vfou. to iZA
coal and potroloum un and undt*r iTiirKS.
land on Oranara laland diwrilnsl u. |uu0,,    *
Commimclng at a poat pU���i,d Uve nL
ol Co_ Luaa. No. 4470, niarkt-d c. I a . ,
cornor Coal Leaa. No. 4, lh.*nc.. am fit
thane north 80 cbaina, u���.���a. m .J !9
thonco aouth 80 chaina u placo ol Comm.-S
nur^r-i.1,1"11' "-*-m*���^
Skoona Land Diatrict���Diilrlci ol OuiwCtuta.
Tak. nolle that thirty day. Iron, 4,1. 177
Bainur ol I'rinco Rupert, ll. i.., 1,, m��t
bookkeeper, inund lo apply lo tin Uidul
miaaioner ol Lantla lor a licenco 10 bmokX
coal and potroicum on and uniiw ou i~,
land on Uraham laland dwriM a, lollj^
Commoncini at a poal plaul.-d iao m.�� _.
ol auk. marked C. K. B. Coal Uaae No. I, ���
N. E. cornor C. K. B. Coal Lea~ No. t _.
aouth 80 chaina. thunce Waal Ml cn.i*_.'_,
north 80 chaina, thonc eaal til cba.ni lo;!_,
Datod S^u 11, 1911. C. E. UAINTEH, *. _,
Pub. belli. 28.
Skaena Land Dlalrlct���Dlalrlct ol y.,- -. etna
Tak. notlc lhal thirty day. Irom ilu., 1 1 *.
Bainur ol I'rince Ituperl, ll. L., x>\ vctiita
bookkepesr, Inund to apply 1,1 tbe Cr,-* >.0
miaaioner ot Landa (or a licence lo |r.*u,-*R t.
coal and petroleum un and unde-r ou ,:*.,
land on Graham laland dtMcnUsl a. loilon.
Comm.ncitiK at a pel planted two nuaa
ol C. ki. B. Coal Leaae No. .1. markod C k. ���!���_,
N. W. cornv Coal JLeeaaa Nu. t>, u.,: c a,.-. ���
chaina, thenc aaat 00 chain*, tl.,-;.,-,- c_i 1
chaina, thonc wet ou chatna 10 pun d aa'
Dal-xlS.pt. 11, Kill. C. B. ll.MNllll Ua
Skena Land Dlitrict���DUtricl ul gum tura
Tak. notlc that ihirty day. Irom date, tut
Balnter ol Prlnco Hupert, 11. C- '��� .��� otti^ca
bookkeopetf, Inland lo apply lo it*, lud ua
nuaaionw ol Landa for a lie,nee to trej-fttl-i
coal and potroloum un and under olo Mai
land on Graham laland deacrila-d a* loUivi.
Commwcing at a poat planted t��o niia at
ol C. E. B. Coal Lou. Nu. :i. .lake.. ��.��
Coal Laac No. 7, thenn nonh tai dovat it
oaat 80 chaiiu,  th.nc aoulh ao tun, om
wnt 80 chaina to plac ot omnimcr******.
Dated Sept. 11, 1911.    C. E. BAIN ILK, una
Pub. Sept. 2J
Skena Land Diatrict���Diatrict ol gum Cta-ia
Taka notioa lhat thirty daya Irom Ji:��. 1.1 i
Hainter ol Princ Ituperl. 11. C, b> oerefaa
bookkwpw, inund to apply lo it., i'-A Oa
rolaaiunur ol Landa lor a licence 10 p*a*--ee k
coal and peatroloum on and aate HI *^al
land on Graham laland deacril-.-! el��� n
i:*jniiiH!!icinu at a petal pla.iteal lsr,n._attt
ol C. E. B. Coal law No. 4, man-M .* 1 M
C. K. B. Coal Laaa. No. 8, thence nor.! >�� oa
thonc wet 80 ehalna, tnence -woifi N cai
tbenc eaal 80 chaina 10 place ut comat-ffio-x
Dated Sept. 11, 1911. C. E. BAINTUt,La**a
Pub. Sapt. 23
Skena Und Diatrict���DUtricl ol gmrsi-ia
Tak. nolle lhal thirty daya Irum 1.. . -. 1
Bainur ol Princ Kupert, II. C. b) .<���**.*���"
bookkeper, inund u apply to the xxdt-
miaaiuner oil Landa for a licenc 10 ;:��;���<��� *
coal and patruletaim on and under t,u ami
land on Graham laland doacnued aa foJcat
Commencing at a poal pUnted b.r -*
ot Coal Leaa No. 4474, marked l. L *���**<
N. E, corner Coal Laaa. Ne.. :*, Hire a-'
chaina, lhanc wnt 80 chain., iknei mrt ���
chaina, thane aaat 80 chain, to pUn tl a>
menemont.  . ,_J
Datad S.pt. 11,1911. C. E. I1AINTI.R.1��"
Pub. Sapt. 23.
Skena Land Diatrict���Diatrict ol g*wC����
Taka notie that thirty day. Irom diK*. lit
Ilainler ol Princ Rupert. U. l . I'. *��J**
bookkeper. Intnd to apply to the xxa**
miaaioner ol Landa lor a licence lu 1 ;-�����������������
coal and potrolsum on and under Ml ****
land on Graham laland dnenl*e>l ** tun"*
Commencing at a pet planted ���'���' n-"*!
ol C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. '.*, n-mel > '
niw C. E. B. No. 10, Ihenee -..ulb s ess
Ihene wnt 80 chaina, Ihence nuftk *****
Ihene .aat 80 chaina u plac, ol cummcaaa*
Dateel S.pU 11, 1911. C. E. BAIN"*"*****"
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol i-Nf*.****?1.
T-tk. nolle that thirty day. Imnm "���JS
Bainur ol Prlne Ruport, It. '  . oerc��p<i����"
keeper InUnd U apply to tie" 1 11.11 "*--��"
ol Landa (or a llene to pro.|n*et lur e�� ��
pelroleum on and under MO aeroi a ^
Graham laland dncrlbod a. I,llu>.
Commencing at a poat plant..11""!
ol C. E. B. Coal Leaa. No n, marked N* tfJJ
ol C. E. B. Coal Loaa. No. II, ll��M,SJ
chaina, thene wnt 80 chain-. thi-M. m*
chaina, thene aaal 80 chain, lu pun �� -
menemont. ,,s.tih let*
Daud Sept. II, 1911.    C. E. IIAiSll*"*"*"
Pub. Sept. 28.
Skena Und Dletr.ct-DUtn.-i ������'. 9***ffi
Tak. nolle lhal thirty da>�� lr.mi *��'_'���.,
Balnter ol I'rlne Rupert, II. ' ������2>,**a*Z
bookkepor, Inund w appl.. u *>���> ""_, .
miaaioner ot Und lor a  lie.-'if.* '������> f^**Lt
eal and pe*_rotoum ��_���_*__���*���
land on Grab
ol C. E. B. Coal Lean no -���--
Coal Leaao No. 12, thence lOBli ,"''',"* 3
eaat 80 chaina, Ihene noil I. "0 chau* "-
wnt 80 chain, lo nUe ol mnWRfi,^
Dated Sapt 11, l��ll. C. E. Win**.***'
Pub. Sapt. 23.
Sken. Und DUrtrlct-Dlatriet ft ***C�� [
Take nolle that thirty <">*'''"",'''12^*
Bainur ol I'rlne llupert, H L*; ''Y.j>
bookkeper, InUnd w apply 10 -��" l���Le.t
miaaioner ol Und. lor a licence 10 1" ��� ,
real and petroleum on and under �����
land on Graham laland <A*m**i**^Z**tmt
Commencing at a poit plan"��� **?. tt a*
ol C. E. B. Coal Leaa. No. e, xtasrsamm ,
C. E. B. Coal Uaae No. I J, ''';" _*!��
chaina, thene oaat 80 chait,-. "'', ���,"_���(��*
chaina, th.ne wnt 80 chain. * r'���
mencment. _   _   ���.ivTl'll Ua*
Dated Sept. 11, ISlt    C. E. BAIN"".
Pub. Sept. 28. J
Skena Und DUtrict-Dlalrirt ol' IJlojjj *- f.I
Take notie that thirty da>. Irom ',^?,ti*
Bainur ol Prlne Rupert, II. ' ������.2\,,*ix<*
bookkeper, int.nd to apply ** HJJEl..
mlnlonorol Und. lor a M""_r*(E| '****
roal and petroloum on and un' r, ,.���:
land on Oriham laland im��>[T2"l',mi��''**
nd  petroleum  on and un-ler -��-
1 Graham laland dwer,i"-i a. ������'��������;*,,_��
monclng at a pel platted '   ' ,"i.I
E. B. Co.l U_e No. .. **B**mgl
chaiS; thane taat 80 chain. I" I"���
mencement. _,   ���   ��� .isTKH.U**1^
DatedSept. 11, 1911.    C. E. H*'���*���"���"'
Pub. Sept. 2S. ip
Sken. Und Dl.trlct-Dlatrici ?"*_5*t_2
Take nolle that thirty day. lr."n __-i.ii*
Balnter ol Prlne Rupert, B. '��������� '', huH 1*
bookkeper. InUnd to apply "' ' , mm*tt**,
miaaioner ol Und. toi a Hccii" ." >M ,��ii ���
coal and petroloum on ami un. ;| ,.
land on Graham laland d��crtM ��- HC a*
C-omm.nclng at a po.1 I'I"*1 '*���;kP,| C t*
ol C. E. B. Coal Uaae No* '��� *S%��\*_
Coal Uae No. 16. thene north m m*
wnt 80 chaina, thene ****** inm5.,__
eaat 80 chaina U pl.co ol egmm'Vj**;^ 10*
Hated8ept.11, l��.l.    C *'��� IIA1
Pub. Sapt. 28. fM,irf
Skoln. Land Dt.trlct-l)l.lrl*-*."'n,'cuiJ.I-',���
Tak. notico that thirty 'lain <<<��", -_Ag
BalnUr ol I'rlne Ruperl. ,"��� *'".,,. * chle-l I -t
bookkeper, InUnd to *PI'}> "'.'.��� att**2l
miaaioner ol Unda (or a MJJJ �� fa ,o* *
coal and pelroleum �����,������",��� hlmi: ^1
land on Graham laland dn"crihe,l ���" n miw ,*t��
Commonclng at a pent I���1"., t,���rki>l *L\
ol C. E. B. Coal Uaao I*"*,,"',,; tM��5
corner C. E. B. Coal Uaw* *.'<��� ��� tn��� m*
80 chain., thone wet.80 r ���""���������ol**
80 chaina, thone eat 80 --haln" ��l
meneoment. tialNTKIl,11"
Datoel Sept 11, 1911.    0. *. ***
Pub. Sept. 28. THE DAILY NEWS
���*���-*-������ *
i   j     g
|  j     General Merchandise
Largest Stock
Lowest Prices in Northern B. C.
. *fc��� ^,.^ ��,���������. ..*���*. n"��,-
, fcl.^..^l ^ll|n  nal^. rrr,,, rr.,,   s. e I  Sail a., *M   *   " * "  I   "**. " '"  ***
Samuel Harrison & Co.
.Real Estate and Stock Brokers
Prince Rupert
Canadian Pacific Railway
.C. Coast service ��� Famous Prn-cess
Princess May
Thuraday, Octiber 16lh, at 9 a.m.
Vlotoria, Vancouver and Settle
. G. McNab - General Agent
louble Weekly Service
LS. Prince Rupert, S.S. Prince George
| Vancouver
AND ���
\ Mondays and Fridays, 8 a.m.
Prince John sails for Port Simp-
lion, Naaa River, and Stewart, Wednesdays, 1 p.m.; and for Masset and
(Naden Harbor Thursdays 12 p. m.
IFor Skidegate, Rose Harbor, etc.,
[Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service to Copper River
lixed trains from Prince Rupert Mon-
Idays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, 1
(p.m., returning Tuesdays, Thursdays
land Sunday* at 4 p.m.
| The Grand Trunk Railway Syatem
pnnecting with trains from the Pacific
past operates a frequent and conven-
pit service of luxurious trains over ita
oulele* track route between Chicago,
oronto, Montreal, Quebec, Halifax,
iirtliiml, Boston. New York and Phila-
llphia. Atlantic Steamship bookings
rranged via all lines. Full informa-
'tin and tickets obtained from the
Dee of
Skwna Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Coaat Rang. 6
Taka notoa that Llnlord Setvell Bell ol Princ.
Rupert, B, C, occupation locomotive engineer,
inteml. lo apply (or permtolon to purchaM the
(ollowing dt-ecrlbed land.:
Commencing at a poet planted ou the north
bank ol the Zlmogotita itiver about thne (8)
mile. dUtant tupatroam) in a weaterly direction
(rom tha junction o( the Little Zlmogotita River
and th. main Zimogotiu River, thonc north 40
chaina, thence wait 40 chain., thence .outh 40
chain., tlience aaat 40 chaina to poat ol commencement containing 160 acrea moro or lean.
Daled Jun. 7, 1911. LIN FORD SEW ALL BELL
Pub. July 8. lie... IL Putnam, Ag.nl
Caaalar   Land   DUtrict���DUtrict  ol  Skaana
Take notioe that 1, Lemuel Freer o( Vancouver,
occup.tion broker. Intend to apply lor permiaalon
to purchaa. tho lollowlng doaribodr landa:
Commeoclng at a poet planted oo th. .hora
tn a northerly direction Irom Port Nel.oll Cannery
markod 1.. r.'a 8. E. I'orm-r, thenoe 20 chaina
north, thonce 20 chain, woat, thenoe 20 chaina
aouth to .lie.ro line, thenoa along the ahore to
point ol commencement, containing 40 acroa mor.
Dated June 10. 1911
Pub. July S.
J. M. l-ollUoii. Agent
nee Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
II members of  the order in the city
are requested to visit thc lodge.
J. P. CADE. N. G.
J. GLUCK, Sec.
Office on Second Avenue
3-roomed Cabin, close in
4-roomed House, Hays Cove Avenue
7-roomed   House,   Sixth
Ave., near McBride
5-rootned HouBe, overlooking harbor
Furnished 5-roomed Cottage, $45 month
(Second Ave..
Prince Ruport, B.C.
Fraaer and Fifth St.
The only hotel In town
with hot and cold water In room.. B����t furnlahed houae north of
Vancouver. Retnm. **ff
up.    Phone S7.    PO.
llr.T 129. I I
Prudhomma A FUher     Proprietor.
SkMna Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol Coaat Rang. 6
Taka notice that 11. F. Miller ol Tipton. England, occupation  (armor,  Intend, to  .pply  lor
KmlHion  lo  purchaa.  tha  (ollowing  doacribed
Commencing at a poat plantod about CO chain.
WMt Irom th. N. W. Corner ol Ut 4406, thenco
north 40 chain., thence weat 20 chain., tbenc.
aouth 40 ehalna, thence ea*t 20 chaina to tb.
point ol commencement containing eighty acrea
more or Um*. _-_--___
D.led Auguat 19, 1911. R. F. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 10. P. M. Miller, Ag.nl
Skeen. Lend DUtrict-DUtrict ol Coaat Range 6
Take notico that I, Th. maa McClymont ol
Prince Hupert, II. C, occupation leal aetata
brokvr, Inland to apply tor permUelon te purchaa.
lh. lollowlng deKrtbod l.nd.: low
Commencing et a paot planted at tho S. w.
corner ol pre-emption record 412, Ihenco eaat 50
chaina, ll.enco aouth 40 cbaina, Ihence weal 00
chaina to ahore ot lake. Ibenco lollowing ahore
ot lake In a northerly direcUon lo point ol com*
mencement: containing 110 ten*, mure or It**.
Dated Sept. b. 1911. THOMAS McCLYMUNT
Pub. Sept. ��. Ereneat Cole. Agenl
Skeena Land DUlrict-DUtrict ol Coaat Range .'.
Taka notice that E. II. Cl. Millar ol Falmouth
Eng., occupation .urvayor. Inunda to apply Io
iH.rnua.iun  to  purchaM tba  lollowing  daacribod
Commencing at a poet plantad at tba N. W. Corner ol Ut 4400, tbenc. woat HO chiana, thenco aoul I,
20 chaina, thence Mat SO chaina, Ibenco north 20
chaina to the point ol commencment containing
160 .era. more or leas. aeeee__
D.led Auguat 16, 1911. E. H. O. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 20. P- M. Miller, Agent
Saeena Und DUUict���DUtriet ol Queen Charlotu
Taka nolle, that Auatin M. Brown ol Prlnco
Itupert, occupation udeilw, Intenda lo apply to th.
thirl Commlaaionar ot Landa and Work, lor .
licenc. lo proapect (or co.l. oil and petroloum on
and un.lrr tbe lollowlng doacribed land, on th.
Weal Cout ol liraham laland:
Commeneing at a poat planted thre. mllea cast
ol tb. northeast cornar ol C. L. No. 4472 thonce
north SO chains, th.nce eaat 00 chaina, thenc.
MUlh 00 cbaina, ihenco weet 00 chain, to point ol
commencement.   ^^ ^   br(jwn   ^^
Located Auguat let. 1911.
Pub. Aug. 10.
Sk^na Land DUlrict-DUtrict ol Cout Range V
Taka notioe that I,  Peter Lateen ol Towner,
North Dakota, U. 8. A., larmer, Inund lo apply
lor permlulon to purchau the (ollowing ducrltied
Commencing at a port planted at the aoutheaat eorner ol Ut 1729, th.no. aouth 00 chains,
thence wut 40 chaiiu, th.no. north 80 chains,
thance euat 40 chaina to poinl UHHWRgBli
Dated July 16. 1911. -Jf1'���" L!>*\r*^,
Pub July... 1911. Fred E. CoweU, Ag��nt
Skoena Und DUtrlct���DUtrlct of Cout Ranga V
Tako nolice that I, Adolph H. ChrUtlanaon ol
Towner, North Dakota, occupation attorney
at-Uw, InUnd lo apply lor permUalon lo purchau
the lollowlng dceCTlbed l.nd.1
Commwiclng al a port planted about one an,
one-hell milu (1 1-2) nortbuat ol the bud ot
Troul Klver on the wut rtd. ol UkaUe l-eas,
and about 6 chaina Irom the leke-lront, thonc
aouth HO chaina, thene. wert 80 chaina. th.nce
north 80 chaina. thenc east 80 chain, to point
ot ~mm.n��ment.oLpH c���w8mNS0N
Daled June 90, 1911. Fred E. Cow.ll, Ag.nl
Pub. July lb.
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Ceseler
Take nolle lhat IL H. Stewart ol Vancouver.
B.  C.  occupation  truckman,  Inund.  lo .pply
(or permlasion to purchau lh. lollowlng deacrtliea
'* Commencini et e pet planted 40 chains aouth
ol IWmptlon No. 5l>7 and 62 chaina out (rom
&tftS-Kl���� W. C). thonc 40 chain, out.
hence 40 chaina north, thenc 40 chaina wojL
thence 40 ch.ln. aoulh lo th. point ol commence-
m,���t M conlalr, Mjtmm BMBWaW
Dated Au|. 1911. J.mu T. Fullorton, Ag.nl
Pub. Sept. 2S.
Skeen. Und DUtrict.-DUtrlct el Coart-Range ��
Take notlc that Harold E. WMI Morely,
Alia., occupallon atatlon agent. Inlenda to apply
lor permUalon to pun-hew th. following ducribed
'"l-onimendng .t . port P*^^��Ig>*.**k
wert corner 100 ch.ln. east and g-jjHJtgE
trom N. E. vomer ol Ut lllo, BV-WI survey
Cout DUtrlct llango b, Ihenco 40 chaina eut,
ix?2*L an ehalna north, thenc 40 chain, wut,
355 StSS'-wS to port ot comm.ncm.nt
RSW__r       f"�� w-uMm' Ai'n
Bkem. Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Coart Rang. V
tank ���.  William. Creek .bout 50 ctaln   jjnjl^
_�� ^rel^the'nTnorih  40  chain.. th.nc
KV_fW FrlE. Cowell. A.rt.1
Rapid., low" occupVSon lawyer, _*&����
ipply (or permUalon to purchaM th. lollowlng
***Zmmm%T* * **\*&" XWttS
.here o( Kuuym.U.n Inlet on th.i rIghtin
nl a am* rtrewn (lowing Into ..Id jgg^ftS
���( Crow Uk..    Thonc MUth -W ���5l,*lr* ^ ol
pl.e* of comm.ncem.nt ��"{������'�����������, forty .cru
Pub. Aug. 1*.
fiUB VmSd B ******* ���*��*"****i
^Smmmm at a on.1 jjjaudjl Ita jglfe
'ttanS n"rth sJ ctaln. to point ol eommtmcm.n
eonulnln. 480 ecru more or ���~-EortoE K1MB
m-f_r      ***** c"M*****
TEMS  OF . .
M. Mamet, a French aviator,
formerly associated with M. Ble-
riot, intends touring thc world
In an aeroplane with a companion,
M. Rene Million. The route
so (ar planned runs southward
through France, Spain, Algeria,
Tunis and Egypt; thence by
steamer to Suuth America, a Hight
over that country; ihence by
steamer to Africa, and then north-
Ward by the air line.
N  H  M
McGregor, the outside home of
the Teeuinseh lacrosse team, is,
according to report, scheduled for
the job of captain of lhe Tecumseh
hockey team in the Eastern Canada Hockey league this winter.
McGregor has played on most of
the teams in the Ontario "Fro"
league, and was the star of the
Port Arthur team in their Stanley
Cup games lasi year.
Montreal may not see professional baseball next season. The
owners of the local franchise have
announced that unless they sell
500 season books worth $30 each,
by January 1, they will transfer
the franchise to another cily.
��� ���   X
Frank Browning, the diminutive
pitcher of the San Francisco Seals,
sang himself and Terry McKune,
ex-Beaver second sacker, out of
jail the other morning, when Patrol-
,man Lister brought the two to
the police station, charging "after
hours" and singing on the streets.
A spirited rendition of "Alexander's Ragtime Band" with ap
propriate siage play, earned the
two a release from Acting Captain
Keller, of the second night relief.
��� MM
"Winning teams are those that
get the grealesl number of runs
out of the smallest number of hits.
Base runners and good sliding are
the real secrets of success. Always
play for general results on the
season, not for a single game."���
John J. McGraw.
��� MM
Whole families have lieen wiped
out and toppled off the pugilistic
map by less punishment than
Johnny Kilbane administered to
game little Johnny Con ley in
their twenty-round battle before
the Pacific Athletic Club at Vernon
X   M   X
The bout went the limit, and
Kilbane won the decision. Had an
expert accountant figured the
blows struck, Kilbane's majority
would in all probability have been
returned on B basis of one hundred lo one, but not once was
Johnny able to lip thc brave
Italian boy over.
��� ���  M
Without a knockout feature, the
bat lie was but a succession of
ot'c-sidcd rounds. Kilbane was
never threatened. From the moment the boys sprang fresh from
their corners at the opening bell,
until almost blind in his left eye,
Conley struggled gamely through
the twentieth and last, there never
vas   a   second   when   Kilbaiie's
mastery could be questioned.
��� MM
Time after lime Kilbane caught
Conley flush on lhe jaw with
punches then he swung from his
waist and with every ounce of his
strength, but Conley only came
back for more. Near the close of
the twelfth Kilbane drove in  five
staggering punches lo the chin,
spinning Conley around, but when
the bell rang Conley was all right
and laughing. Killbane will probably be matched with Abe Al tell
for the featherweight championship.
.��__..***�� >ep
This is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. Tho hope is expressed that "Tbe
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
Worst Kind of Way to Make
Life Not Worth While is to
A woman who never worries
declares that there is nothing
morc detrimental to beauty in
woman than worry. The worrying
woman docs nobody any good.
She simply invites the hand of
Time, which writes plenty of wrinkles on her brow, around her
eyes and mouth, paints her face a
yellow, and gives her lack-lustre
eyes that no artifice can brighten.
It is quite unnecessary to worry,
and it is a total waste of energy
which can be better employed in
doing something useful. The man.
who wrote (it must have been a
maa) "It is not work but worry
that kills," knew something. He
had a wife, or a sister or a cousin.
or an aunt who worried him b>
the hour, and so killed him b>
inches. That is the worsi of a
worrying woman. She nol only
worries, but she worries you.
The investor���whether inclined
toward real estate, promotion of
an invention or a business partnership���reads the want ads for hints,
i nformalion and opportunities.
Read The Daily News
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrtrt ol QuMn Ctarlott
l.l.ml. ,
Tak. notlc th.t Austin M. Brown ol I rince
Itupert. ..ddlesr, InUnd. to .pply t�� ��h. Chiel
Commluloner ol Und. and Worli. tor . licenc,
to nroinect lor co.1, oil and petroleumi on .nil
under th. lollowlng ducribed land, on th. Wut
Cout ol Groh.m Iil.nd: 	
Commeneing at a post ol.nUd three mile.i ea.l
ol th. northo-ut corn" of C. L. No. 4469 thenc
soulh 80 chains, thenc 80 chaina wut, th.nc 80
chains north, thence 80 chain. Mat to point ol
oomm.nortn.nt   ^..^ M   ___,_,���   ^^
Ucated Augurt Irt, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Braised Beef
When selecting beef for braising
choose a thick square piece from
some of the cheaper cuts, such as
the shoulder or cross rib. It should
Ik* first browned qLickly in a
little suet melted in a pan, laid
on a bed of sliced vegetables���
preferably onions ard carrots���
such seasoning added as is desired
and about a pint of either boiling
stock, water, stewed tomato or
brown gravy poured round. It is
then closely covered and cooked
in a moderate oven, allowing forty
minutes lo the pound.
values in rural homes; secord
da>, laws of physical life in relation io the family, conservation of
lime ai d strength, labor saving
devices and simple hygiene, etc.;
third day, economic value of women and children on the farm,
influence of clubs, granges and
other agricultural associations, care
of infants and young children,
etc.; fourth day, the rural church,
reorganization of rural schools,
recreation in the rural districts,
etc. Each general topic is broker
into many subjects, and there will
be demonstrations by lhc Colorado
Agricultural College domestic science depart men t and thc department of agriculture, showing the
menace of the house fly and
exhibitions aid illustration., by
other speakers.
Amorg the noted speakers on
the program will be Prof. W. M.
Hays, assistant secretary of agriculture, an authority on run-.!
school work; Rev. Warren H.
Wilson of New York, famous
worker in rural church; Mrs.
Mary Pierce Van Zile, of Kansas
Agricultural College; Mrs. J. A.
Widstoc of Utah Agricultural College; Mrs. Scott Durai d, of Lake
Forest, III.; Miss Jennie Buell,
grange lcclurer, of Ann Arbor
Mich.; Mrs. F. E. Brooks, of
Colorado Springs, and others.
Practical farm women from through
out the entire coun.rv will attend.
Skoona l.un.1 Diatrict Illstrict t,t I'm-en < lnuii.it,-
Tuko noticu thul thirty duy. (rom dule, 1, C. E.
Balnter ol 1'riiice lluperl, it. C, by occupution
bookkeeper, liilond to upply to tlio Chiel Commiaaioner ut Luiuta (or u licenco lu proapoct for
coul unit pi-trole-uiii on und undor tilO ucre-a of
land on liriiliuin Uliuul elcse-riheel ua lollowa:
Comnit'iicitii- ul u puat planteel two miloa north
ot C. E, 11. Coal I...UM1 No. 11, uiurked N. E.
corner C. E. li. Coul Luuao No. 17, thence aouth
bO chains, tliuncu weat 80 chuina, tlience north 80
chains, ihenco euat Ml chuina to pluce ot commencement.
DaleelSept. 11, I'Jll.     C E. BAINTER, Ucaior
I'ub. Sept. '11.
Skeona l.und Ltalrict ���Diatrict of Queen Ch.rlotlo
Taku noticu thai thirty duya from eluto, I, C. E.
II;,ii.1.1 ol I'rineo Hupert, ii. I.'., by occupation
bookkesrper, iiitunel to apply to tho Chiel Commissioner ot lunula for u Licence lu prospect (or
coul uml petroleum on ami under 010 acrea ot
lund on uraham laland deaie-ril-ed as lullows:
Cummenelng Ul a pouL planted two mllea north
ot C. K. II. Coul l.ca-40 No. IS, murko.1 N. W.
corner I*. K. B. Coul Uaae No. 18, thunco south
80 chain*., 11.. i.iv euat 80 chaina, Ihenc north 80
chains, thonco weal 80 chain, lo plac o( commencement.
Dated Sept. 11, l'JU.     C. E. UAINTER, Ucator
Pub. Sept. -il.
Skeona Land Diatrict���Diatrict ol Queen Charlotto
Take notice that thirty days alter date, I, C. t.
Bainter tit Princ Kupert, fi. C, by uccup.tttm
Second aveiue and Third street
Over Weatenhaver Urus.' Ofllce.
Stork Building, Soci'iid Avanue.
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
Prince Runert P.O. Box 351
ol British Columbia of 11 C, Ontario. Su.-
.nd M.nitota llara. kaleliewun   and Al-
la-rl,. Bara.
Barristers, Notaries, Etc
OHtc- Exchange block, corner Third uvenue and
Stath alreet. Prince Ruuert. 8
bookkeeper, intend to apply lo Ihu Chiel Commissioner of Unds for a licence lo prospect (or,
coal and pelroleum on and under 040 aero, ol
l.nd on Uraham laland descrilied us lullows:
Commencing at a poat planteel twu mllw north
ot C. E. B. Coal Uaae No. It, marked S. W. I
corner C. E. B. Coal Uaso No. 10, tbenc norlh
80 chains, thenc eul 80 chaina, thenc aoulh 80
chnins, thenc woat 00 cliaina to place ot commencment.
Duied Sept. 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTER. Uclor
Pub. Sept. '11.
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Queon Charlotte
Taku notie that thirty davs from date, I, C, E.
Bainter of Princ Rupurt, 11. C, by uccupatiun
hookkeeper, intond lo apply to the Chiel Com-
mlHiuner of Unda lor a licenc to proapect for
end and petroleum on and under 040 acroa ol land
on Graham laland deacribed a. fulluwa:
Commonclng at a poat planted two mil,-a north
ol C. E. B. Coal UaM No. 14, markod S. W.
eorner C. E. B. Co-U Uaae No. l!0, thonc north
00 chains, thonc woat 80 chains, thenc aouth 80
chaina, th.nc eut 00 chains lo plac ol commencement.
Datod Sept. 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Ucaior
i'ub. Sept, 11.
S., U. D.S.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operutlona skilfully treated. Gaa and
local anaalhellcs administered tor the painless extraction of teeth. Consultation free. Offlce.:
Ilelirerson Ble-ck. Princ Ruuert. 11-12
Buttermilk Bread
Use buttermilk which is not too
sour. Heat a quart of it to the
boiling point, stirring freq.ietly
lo prevent curdling. Add one
tablespoonful of sugar, set aside
for five minutes and mix gradually
with one quart of sified flour,
beating and stirring until a smooth
batter is made. Cover closely
and let stand over night. Then
add to the batter one teaspoonful
of baking soda dissolved in one
quarter of a cupful of hot water,
one scant tablespoonful of salt
and two tablcspoonfuls of melted
butter or shortening. Beat well,
then gradually sift ard mix in
sufficient flour to make a soft
dough. Turn out on a we
floured board and knead until
very soft and velvety to the touch.
Divide into thirds, mold into
loaves, place in greased pans ani
bake at once in a moderate oven.
The Art of Carving
Carving was once a serious
thing. The Sixteenth Century
carver was a profession;'!. lb
had to make lhe joint fit the
guest. The size of his slices was
the thing. Then he had to know
his guests and cut accordingly. A
lord, for instance, at thc table,
and a pike was dished up whole
Smaller fry, and the pike came on
in slices. The same procedure
with thc pig. The rank of the
diners decided whether il should
appear at table in gold leaf or
naked, whole or sliced. With
bread, too, there wa.s a dilTirencc
New, or three days old baked, was
at the discretion of the carver as
he sized up the visitors. And
as for the apportioning of the
lid-bits according to precedence
there was no end. The old time
carver, in fact, was born and then
Event of Importance to Women
Agriculturalists -First Ever
AlevM M.iu-rrii 11.A.,     W.;������ Willi ���ri-.ii.a .1..L.B
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
p. o. Box a
Skeena Und DUtrict���District ot Quoen Charlotto I
Take notlc lhat thirty .!...- alter date. I, C. E.   runt or wm. roxoN. Kan . ��ii����.,N on
Bainter ol l*rihc Itupert. II. C, by occupation'	
bookkeeper, inlend to apply to the Chiel Com-
miaaiuner of Unda tor a bn-nc lo proapect lor
cai and petroleum un and under 040 aero, ol
land on Graham Ll.nd deacrilasl a. lollowa:
Commencing at a pet pl.ntetl two milu north
ol C. E. B. Coal Uaw No. 15. marked S. E.
erner C. E. B. Coal Leaw Nu. Ill, thenc north
80 chains, thonc wut 80 ch.ln., Ihenc n.-.nlr 00
chsin., ttanc eut 00 chains lo placo o( cm-
Dated Sept. 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Once He Turned His Thinness
Into   a   Silent   Argument
Sir Wilfrid Laurier is the thinnest
of Premiers, ard his ready wit
on one occasion at least turned
his physical slimucss to account
in |H)litical combat. Ore day a
portly Conservative opponent
arose in the chamber and accused
Sir Wilfrid of "fattening on the
toil aid sweat of the people,"
Laurier smiled and said sweetly:
"I leave this House to judge
which of us two is more exposed
to thai charge."
Not one out of two of the
imssiblc tenants of your property
would fail lo read your repeated
ad in The Daily News.
Skea-na Und DUtricl -District ot Coul Rang. 8
Take nolle thai I, Gordon C Emmeraon ol
Princ lluperl. II. C , occupallon reel eetal.
broker. Inlend io appl. lor permUalon to purchau lh. (ollowing d.er. H*ed Unda:
Comm.ncing .1 a po>t pl.nted .bout 2 3-1
mile in a northerly dlrectkin Irom th. northern
erner port of Ut 1.18'J. I'-ang. b, Coart DUlrict,
thenc north 40 chain., .hence wert to river
tank, thenre aooth lollowlnk' rlvrr bank to point
ol commencement;  enlalnln,-. 100 acru, mor. or
llrted Sept. 9, 1911.  GORDON C. EMMERSON
Pub. Oct. 14.
Skeen. Und DUlrict-DUtrict ol Cout Ring. :-
Take notlc lhat Ultoy K. (Irani o( I'rlne
Rupert, 11. 0 , oeupation civil englnui, inlend.
lo apply for permlulon to purchau th. tullowlng
di-acrilsed l.nda:
Commercing .1 . po... planted aboul 3 I-l! mil.,
in a northerly direction from the northeaat corner
in- , of I.ol l:i'\ Rang. *>. Co.,1 DUlrict, lh.nc
,.., 30 ch.lra. th.nc north 60 ch.in,. Ihene
woat to b.nk ol river, thsne, uuth lollowlng
tank of rlvn to point of emroenem.nl: ran-
t.lnine 100 acru, mora or leu.
Il.eed Sept. 9, 1911. LKROY   F.  GRANT
I'nl   Oct. 14. Gordon C. Emmerson, Agenl
Skeen. Und DUtrlct���DUtrict ol Coart Rang. V
Take notlc that I, Peter Erickson of Princ
Rupert. Uborer. Intend to apply lor permUsion
to purchase the following deecribed l.nd.:
Comm-Hidng ot a port pUnted on the north
tank of Williams Creek when th. railway right-
of-way crouu .nd 8 chain, tack (rom the creek
tank, thene. eouth 80 chain., thane eart 40
chain., ttanc north 80 chain., li.nee weet 40
eh.lns to point of emmencment.
Dated July T, 1911. I'ETER ERICKSON
Pub. July 26. Fred E. CoweU. Agent
Sken. Und District -District ol Coaat Range V
Take notlc tbat I, John  Evenaon  ot  Princ
Rupert, laborer, Intend lo apply for permlulon
to purchaae the following deeeritad landa:
Commonclng at a port planted at the Mutb*
eart erner ot Lot 44l6, ttanc north B0 chains,
thene eart 00 chaina, ttanc euth 80 chaina,
thene wert 60 ch.in. to point ol commencement.
Dated July 13, 1911. JOHN EVKNSON
Pub. July 16. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
Skuna Uod DUUict���DUtrlct ot Coart Range V
Taka noUe that I, Benjamin A. FUh ol Towner,
N. D., oeupation meretant, intend lo apply
lor permlulon to purchau the lollowlng deacribed
Commencing at a port planteel on the eart
boundary anil about five chains from the aoulheaat corner of Lot 4484. thene nortb 60 chain.,
th.ne east SO ehaiu, thane euth 60 chain.,
tbene wut 80 shaln, to point of emmencment
Deled Jun. 24, 1911. BENJAMIN A. FISH
Pub. July 26. Fred E. Cow.ll, Agent
Skene Und DUlrict���DUlrict ol Cout Range 6
Take noUe that Miriam Roy McTavUh ot
Winnipeg, M.n., occupation tarrtrter, Intenda
to epply for permUalon to purchase th. following
dearrload Ian Is:
Commmclng .t a po.1 planted .1 th. eulhwut
corner 40 ch.ina .art and 40 chain, north from
N. E. comer of Ut 1116, ll.rray'. Surv.y Cout
DUtrlct R.ng. b. thene 60 chain, eut, thene
60 ch.in. north, thonc 60 ch.in. wet, Ihene 60
ch.ln. south to poet o( cminei,cement rnritelmt.i
860 .cru mora or lua.
DatedSept. 18, 1911  lllill AM  ROY McTAVlSH
Pub, SepL 23. Fred W. Uohler. Agent
Skena Und Hl.irkl    I'i-lrlri ol Cout Rang, b
Take nolle that Utile McTavUh ot Vaneuver,
occupation   married   woman,   Intend,   lo   apply
tor permlulon to purchue the lollowlng dieeril'od
Third Avenue also Wuter Street,
Stri'iii Land District���Dlitrict ol Qu��r>n Charlotte
Take notice ihat thirty daya frum daw, 1. C. E.
Ilalntur of -Princa Ruport, 11. C, by occupation
bookkurpcr. intvnd to apply to tho Chief Com��
tnt.-M.lihut o( Landa for a lievnev to protpoct for
coal and polrolvum on and umlvr <<���*' acraa of
oland on Graham laland dncribvd aa followa:
Commandnjr at a poit planted two mlloi north
of C. E. 11. Coal Loaaa No. 16. marked N. E.
cornor C. E. H. Coal Leaae No. 22, Ihence aoutb
80 chaini, thence woat mi chaini, thonce north 0*1
chaina, tbenc* eaat bO chaini to ptaoa of com-
DatedSept. 12. UU-    C. E. UAINTER, Locator
Skeena Land DUtrlct���District of Queen Charlotu
Take notice that thirty da>i from date, 1. C. E.
Haintor of Prince Rupert, li. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chief Com-
iiiiv.iin.iT of Landa for a licence to proapect for
coal and petroloum on and under o4U caraa of
land on Graham laland deacribed aa fotloe/a:
Commencing at a poet planuil t��u mllea north
of C. E. 11. Coal Leeao No IT, markad N. ���������
comer C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 23 Ihence eouth
bO chains, thonce wuat .*" chaina, thence north
80 chains, thenco oast 80 chaina to place of oom-
Dated .SepL 12. 1911.    C. E. UAINTER, Locator
Pub. SepL 23.
Skeena Land District���District of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty Amy* trom date, 1, C. i
Uainter ot Prince Rupert, II. C, by occupatiun
bookkeeper. Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands tor a licence lo prospect (or
coal and petroloum on and under Mu acrea ut
land on Graham laalnd described as follows:
Commencini at a post planted two milea nurth
of C. E. U. Coal Lease No. 1\ marked N. W.
corner C. E. U. Coal Leaae No. 21, ihence aouth
00 chains, tbence east 80 chains, thence north
80 chains, thence west 80 chains lo place of commencement.
Dated SepL 12, 1911.    C. E. UAINTER, Locator
Pub. SepL S3.
Skeena Laad District -DUlrict of Queen Cbarlotl
Take nolle* that thirty days frum dale, I, A. T.
llroderick of I'rince Rupert, U. C., by occupation
bank manager, intend to apply to tbe Chief Com-
miesioner of Lands for a licence to prospect for
coal and p��troieum on and under &40 acraa of
land on Graham laland described as follows:
Commenctnx at a past planted two mllea north
. ( t . 1. h. Coal Leaae No. 17, marked S. W.
corner A- T. B. Coal Lease No. - '���. tbenee north
80 chains, thence eaat 00 chains, thence south 80
cbaina, ihence ****. M chaina lo plac* of commence menL
A. T. BRODERICK. Locator
Dsted Sept. 12,1911. C. E. Bainur, Agent
Pub. SepL 8*8,
Skeena I<and DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty daya from data, I, A. T.
llroderick of Prince Rupert, II. C, by occupation
bank manager, intend in apply to the Chiel Commissioner of Lands tor a Itcenoa to proepect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 cane of
Land on Graham latant* described aa follows:
Commencing at a post plnated iwo milea north
if c. I: It. Coal Lease No. _u, marled S. i
corner A. T. B. Coal Lease No. 26, thanca north
80 chains, thenoe west *0 chains, thence eoulh
80 chains, thenoe oaat 80 chaina lo place of commencemenl.
A. T. BRODERICK. Locator
Dated Sept. 12, 1911. C. E. Balnt**;, Agent
Pub. SepL S3.
Skeena Land DUtrict DUtrict of Quean Charlotu
Take notice that thirty days from daU, 1, A. T. I
llroderick of Prince Rupert, U. C, by occupation
bank manager, Inlend to apply to the Chief Com-1
miwiiii.ir of trends for a licence to petospect for
coal and petroleum on and under bio acraa of
Und on Graham Island dsacribed as followa:
Commencing at a boat plantad two mllea north
ot C. E. B. Cosl Lease No. 21, marked S. E j
corner of A. T. H< Coal Lsaee No. 27, thence
����t 80 chains, tbence north 80 chains, Ihence
*est 80 chslns, thenc* aouth ao chairu to pleas
ot commenremenL
A. T. BRODERICK. Locator
I--, i  -i'*  12. MIL C. I.   Bainur, Agent.
Pub. SepL 23.
...-. I ai -I District���DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Take notice lhal thirty days from daw. I, C. I
Uainter of Princu Jlu|.n,  II. C, hy occupation
i    ;������ f. intend to apply to the Chief Com-
miMionrr of Lands (or a licence to prospect tor
rtMtl and petroleum on and under Mo scree of
land on (iraham Island dmcribed as follows:
Commencing at a port planled at the southwest
c ���>������ ot Cnel \ ****** No. 4464 marked C. K II.
Cosl I - *������ No. 28, thence north HO chains, thenc*
west Ml chains, thence south 80 chslns, thence
tssi mi rhslns m |��olni ot commencement covering
all forestmr* Tlahn Point.
listed Sept. 12, 1911. ('.   E.   I'MM III
Pub. Oct 7.
Skeena 1ml District���District ot Queen Charlotu
Take notice that thirty davs from date, I, < K.
liiii* iit of Prince Rupert, It. C, by occupation
bookkeeper. Inli-nd to apply to tho Chief Cum.
ml-nloner of l.an.'n f��r a licence MMMpMl for
coal and petroleum on sn-l umler mi, srraa of
land on Graham Island detcri'-ed as follow*:
Commencing at a poit iilsnte.1 two nflg. north
Tlalm northse.-t toimf <W l^ase lir.w msrknd
C. E. ft Coul MM No. 2*1. thtM. so.Hh W�� chains.
��� hence we*��t 80 chains, tl-erce north 80 chsins. j
thonce ea*��t M* cr-alns U point o' rrmmencementj
contsining M0 acres more or les-v
DatedSept. IS. 1911. C.   E.   UAINTER
Pub. Oct. 7.
RopuirinK a Specialty.
Complt'tt* Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Killed.
2nd Ava. between 10th and 11th Sta
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND Avs.
Plumbing, Heating, Stcamflttingapd
Sheet Metal Work
Office: SrtJ Ave. Workahop:
I'h.me 1 Tl 2nd Ave. t��*l Tth and Hth Su.
For Beginners and Advanced Pupils
Miss Vera Greenwood
Pupil of Frana Wllcaek. Pari, and Berlin.
Room 28. Alder Block Upstairs
_.-E.   EBY    ******   Co.===
REAL  KsrAr.v
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KI1SI MKM.I-H . |<    (*.
S. O. E. B. S.
The Prinr*. It ii��-.i I. .I.-.-. N.i. SXt, Han. at
Enaland. m.-t. tii*- first and Ihinl Tueadav. In
a-ach month In lh.S..n. of Knaland Hall. HI, 2nd
Ave. ai - p.m.
F. V. (-I.ARK. 1W���
P. II. B-.a .12. Prince Rupert
F.HNEST A. Wotlll.*.. I'r.*., 1.-1,1. Iloa 23
A. I.. CM.
Teacher of Piano, Violin and
Voice Culture.
2nd Ave,
Between 7th St Hth Sta.
Prince Rupert
Funaral   Director and   Embalmer
Funeral   Directors
!-l Ave. near ��� tt. .St. Phone No. 8*0
The first international congren
of farm women openi in Colorado
Springs on October 17.   The com
mlttee in charge have agreed upon
the  general  outlines of  the  pro-
e  ts ___-���_. -I... '      I thance 40 chaini want to poet ol commencement
gram as follOWS I     Fittt dP.y,  equip-   S_��3&|* 400 acr*. more or leas.
weet corner 100 chaini eaat and 20 chains north
from N. E. corner of IM 1111, Harvey's Hurvsy
Cout District Rente 6, thence 20 chaina aouth,
thenca HO chaini east, thenca BO chaina north,
thence 40 chaini wsat, thenca A0 chaina aouth
Skeena Land Dlitrict���District ot gueon charlotu '
Take notice that Austin M. IlroWii of Prince
Rupert,   occupation   aaddler.   Intends   to   apply
to the Chief Commiasioner ot Ijtnds and Works
for a licence to prospect for eaal. oil and petroleum '
on and under the following deecribed lar.ds on the I
Weat Coast ot Graham Island:
Commencing at a post planted three mlle.
of the northeast corcer of C. I.  No. 4471, thenre
SO chslns east, thence 80 chslns south, thence 80
chsins weet, thence HO chains north to potnt of
commencement. I
ACsiiN M   DROWN, Locator!
Urale-I  August  lit,  Ittll.
**Aui* * PIMM 178 Int Ave. and 7th St.
Skeena Und District    Dlsltict ot Cotv. Range 6 GE0- BRODERIUS. Proprietor
Take notice  that  1, John  Rutherford  Realty 1
of   Prince   Rupert,   occupstlon   engineer.   Intand 1 <___,___^__i_���___________________-____^
to apply for permission to purchaae the following 1
deacritred lands:
Commencing   at  a  post   planted   nn   the  east
shore of the Ksrhumslk River, and l>ring about {
two miles northerly from the mouth of the aald
Exchumsik River, and which post li about forty ,
* Cains north from a stake planted on the F,xch<imalK I
River  and   known   as    Ett";    ihence  north   40 1.- . n    .   .,     , ��.  __
chains, Ihenca east HO rha.ns. thence aouth  ��� 1 oHglllllSS '.'. rHIMMIll .'. NeWRpftp-PTl
\ chalm,  thence  weat forty  chaina,   lhance  north ,
40 chaini, thence weat 40 chains to the place of I
..Grand  Hotel.
Worklnftman's Home
Fret Labor Bureau in Connection
Utiles NEWS \gency
.    ,        ..   ,    ���, ,f       .iDatedSept. IB, 1911. LOTTIE McTAVlSH
Rlent   ana    beiUlty   Ol,   .UK!    lOOU | p���b. Sepl. ll Fred W. MM Atent I Pub. Sept. 83.   JOHN IIUTIIKIIFOUU UEATTY
comni.ncem.nl, cont.knltiit ISO acrea more or Teal. 1 CIGARS    '.'.   TOBACCOS   11
_*^��WiW-_-d_*/_ I GTP   WHARF
FRUITS -���aasBi
Prince Rupert Boat Seized near
Ketchikan by U. S. Customs
Escapes with a $100 Fine.
The launch Hecate, seized several weeks ago by the Forest
Service launch Than tor infrlng-
ment of the customs laws, was
released on the order of the
Department of Commerce .md
Labor Tuesday of this week. For
a time it was thought that the
vessel would be confiscated and
sold, but a fine <>f 1100 was imposed instead. This was paid,
and the bo.il returned to her
captain, Casper Malmberg, who
took gasoline on hoard, and the
boat left fur home Tuesday night
���Ketchikan Miner.
Duke of Sutherland to Send
5.000 People to British Columbia on His Lands.
Local Man Will be Employed if
Efficiency is Assured
Thc services of an experienced
fireman are lo he requisitioned to
augment the staff at present.
Alderman Kerr mentioned in council last night that the system of
having call men was not a very
satisfactory one and said the fire
committee had come to the conclusion that one gootl man at the
hall was belter than two c-.ll
men who might not easily be
found at need.
A motion to advertise for a
man was passed. Alderman Newton laid considerable emphasis on
the employment of Iocs! labor.
Alderman Kerr agreed that if a
local man could be found expert
enough he should Ih. employed
in preference to an outsider but
was not of the opinion of Alderman
Newton thai a man could be
satisfactorily trained from ihe raw
at the lire hall here under present
Vancouver, Oct. 12.-*-For the
purpose of inaugurating a big
colonization project the Duke of
Sutherland has acquired a sub
stantial interest in 12,000 acres
of land near White's Landing, on
the west side of the Fraser River,
about twenty miles below Fort
C.eorge, in Central British Columbia, lt is his intention to sell
HiO-acre farms on easy terms to
any of his Scottish tenants who
may be desirous of emigrating to
Canada. It is expected that the
colony will be established early
next spring, and that its population will exceed one thousand
people. The hind in question is
now being surveyed and sub
The Duke of Sutherland also
has in view the acquisition of
larger tracts in the same district
and will not restrict settlement
thereon to his own tenants. He
intends to offer lhe same liberal
inducements lo induce emigration
from Scotland. His agents are
now examining various land propositions which were submitted to
him during his recent visit. Before
leaving here the Duke expressed
the belief that he would be the
means of sending 5,000 people to
British Columbia next year. He
has also acquired about 50,000
acres of prairie lands along the
line of the Canadian Northern in
Saskatchewan and will colonize
i hem in the same manner.
These purchases by no means
represent all his purchases in West-
cm Czanada. He owns farm
lands in the Okanagan valley as
well as real estate in Edmonton,
Battleford, Lloydministcr and
Prince Albert.
"The News" Classified Ads.
���One Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
m**M**B*****m* *tm*m*y**^t***��\m*SL\
-ai^n^n^n *majk\** ****s**\w
Telegraph Company in Oregon
Wants Initiative and Referendum Quashed.
Washington, Oct. 12.���The task
of attempting to put sn end to all
initiative and referendum legislation in this country was begun in
the Supreme Court of the United
States Telephone and Telegraph
Company filed a brief attacking
a law of Oregon because it was
enacted under an initiative clause
of the state constitution, which
���s alleged to be in violation of the
federal constitution.
11 was asserted dial no despoi
or monarch would hs permitted
to rule in any commonwealth of,
the nation, and yd "the despotism
of the multitude is as arbitrary
and complete si the despotism
of a despot."
Dave Williams Stock Co.
Makes    Good    Before   ��
Rupert Audience. a
"Love and Honor," the thrilling
melodrama staged si the Empress
lasi  night by the Williams Stock
sel for ihe Pacific Company fresh from a three weeks'
engagement at Victoria, attracted
a fulj house, and aroused cxcelleni
Considering the fact thai owing
to thc lateness of the Prince
Rupert which was delayed eight
hours by fog, the company did
not land in thc city until six p.m.
iheir performance beginning at
8.30 was the morc creditable.
Scenery, dresses, and equipment
had lo Ik- unpacked in hottest
haste, yet the play as staged
showed   small   evidence   of   this
inconvenience  to   the  company.
They did excellently, and deserved
the appreciation heartily expressed
by the audience.
"I.ove snd Honor" is the roni. ii'ct* of a singer who loved a
pianist. She is persecuted by
another suitor, the villlan of tin-
piece possessed of an Imaginary
secret against her, and holding ;*.
cruel power over her father.
Miss Pinkie Mullalley in the
ro'e of Marugerite Otto, the singer,
showed charming presence and
grcat power of interpretation.
Dave WlllUmS as "John Padcn"���
an excellent character in the play���
showed himself vigorous and excellent  also  ;is  actor  manager,
Comment   amongst   the  audience
was most complimentary to the
fine acting of die company. The
work of indfvidu.il members, Geo.
Sweat man as the villain "Harold
Hunting/1 ami Arthur Cryit as
"Adrian" the pianist loved by
Marguerite, wns excrlle.it. Byron
L-OUCks as "Hans Otto," Marguerite's father, acled exception*
idly well.
The shooting scene in Act II
when the villain and the oltl
father bolh die, and the pianist
loses   his   eyesight   in   the   pistol
flash  on a darkened stage was
specially thrilling.   Particular men-
oli|llofl  is due  the  excellent  singing
of  Tosd's "Goodbye"  by  Mar-
Medical Haelth Officer Thinks
Nuisance is Abating
Dr. Reddie, medical health officer io the city, reported lo lhe
council last ."ighl on the nil
question in view of the city's
having dispensed with the services
of ihe r.H catcher. He stales
that the rat problem is less serious
owing to lhe improved state of
the city's sanitation- but rc.oni-
mended that an open bounty of
00 cents per dozen for dead
rals be paid. As Dr. Reddie
very strongly objected in a former
report to the handling of rats by
boys the council did not look
favorably on lhe premium plan,
Phone ISO
The Insurance People
Plate Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared While You Wait.
Mack Realty & Insurance
P.S.-Houace and Rental..
iror i\.ent j
*****--������-***-a..^��,-W...afc..^<,^|,^_|__,,~.,. *-����*. .#
Furnlahed room, with bath. Special rate, by
the week.   Talbot Houae*. IM-tf
Neatly Furnished room., gentlemen preferred.���
Apply Mra. Mullin, over Majoatlc Theatre,     tf
Nice Furnlahed Room., Mn. Greenwood, Alder
Block; Third Ave. 178-tf
For Rent-Furnl.hed room.. Hot nnd cold water
with bath. Digby Rooma. Gth Ave. and Fulton
Street. tf
For Rent-Son. of England Hall, 819 2nef Ave., for
Dancea. Fraternal Socletlea, Boelals, .'tc. Apply
Frank A Bill., Box 869 or phone 68. lsii-tf
American League
Philadelphia 8, All Stars li.
Pacific Coast League
San Francisco 3, Sacramento 2.
Vernon I, Oakland 8.
Los Angeles 2, Portland 4.
Chinaman Arrested in Prince
Rupert Convicted at Vancouver.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, Oct. 12.���Dr. Lew,
the Chinaman arrested in Prince
Re pert on ;i charge of stealing a
girl's clothing, was found guilty
today at the assizes. He will
come up for sentei ce later.
Premier Whitney Wants to
Strike Now Wilhe the Iron is
���'~* ������ *-�� h tn ii si si saes-sasi
For Rent
For Sale
One hone for uie. Apply Princ Rupert Hydroelectric Co.   Phone 356. tf
Smith  Premier  typewriter,  practically   new.
Weatenhaver Broe. 228-2.10
For Sale���Chicken Ranch. 2 Storey houae. household good.. Near Prinoe Kupert. A .nap If
taken at once.   Addreaa Box litis. tf
Special-Broken line, hotel ware 25 per cent. ofT.
Ondlaplay In our Sixth Street window. F. W.
Hart. 231-236
Open an Account Today
Deposit a portion of your weekly earnings and
you will be surprised how rapidly they will a
cumulate. We will add to your savings 4
cent, interest on monthly balances. In a short
time you will have saved enough to make a profit-
able investment. The accounts of ladies and
children receive careful and courteous attention
Do away with this.    Patronize a whlta
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
OUR Companies are noted for prompt and juat
aettlcmenta. Wo write every known class of
Insurance. The Mack Realty and Insurance Ca
! Wanted j
<yi*-.i n -*�� i.r.i ri a, ,e a ii a, ,. ra ,, a ,, r. ,, a e, a " '.' '*
Steno-rraphcr Wanted-Apply Box 1631 tf
Wanted-Good general .ervant. Apply P.O. Box
1M 22K-233
Wanted Nur.inir. Obatrctrle. a apa-rialty.
Realdence 829 Third Ave.   Phone 243 Red. tf
Wanted���Poaitlon by experienced eunographer
Apply P.O. Box 437. 233-289
Wanted���Poaitlon a. housekeeper or companion
to an Invalid lady. No objection lo going out of
town.   Apply P.O. Box 287. 231-234
Wanted. ��� Cleaning and in-cielng. alteration,
and repairing for men and weuni-n. Droeamaking
called for and delivered. Mra Charlea Porcher,
820ThlrdAve.   Phone294 Red. tf
Lost and Found
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Toronto, Oc. 12���Premier Whitney announced today ihat the
Ontario provincial general elections
will Ik- held either in ihe first or
the second week of December.
FOUND-2 Small Key.,   inquire al New. Omce.
Loat���Ladlea* watch in  bran-let.   Reward bv reluming to New. ofllce. tf
Loat a bunch of key. on Sunday night near Em-
inr.. Hotel. Finder pleaae return aame to the
Dally Newa.
Loet on Saturday night one ladlea' gold watch,
enamel roee set in c.ntre. Reward. Phone
Cold Storage Plant 220. tf
S**, rs ii ra ,, a ii i i
j Real I
>i^ �����*���-�� n ^n ^n **a***M Wi ix
Real Estate
James B. McNamara Charged
With Murder of Machinist of
the Los Angeles Times.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Los Angeles, Cai., Oct. 12.���
James B McNamara went on
trial today for murder The District Attorney elected to try him
first for the murder of Charles
Hoggerty, a machinist who wiih
twenty others met his death in
the explosion and fire which wrecked the I.os Angeles Times building
Thursday night at half past nine
Bring your partner, rain or shine,
Mclntyre Mall, il's just the place
Antl lust of music, Boor and spsce.
('.ints $1.00.    Ladies free,
('���ray's   (Inlii-I ia
Whm better could be,
Por  in,  ftnUih  ,llu|  durability
try one ���f Sweder Brothers' eustom
tailored suits.
For  row  boats and   launchesIWSlite (Miss Pinkie Mullalley).
Telephone   320   green.      Davis     Tonight the play will be "Thc
Boat House. I Sweetest Girl in Dixie."
Young Woman Will be Buried
at Her Home in Westminster.
Mrs. Catherine Stover, whose
death was announced a few days
ago, is to be taken to her old
home iit Westminster tomorrow
for burial. Her mother snd sisters
reside al lhc latter place,
Mrs. Stover WSS only 20 years
of age, and leaves in addition to
her husband) Mr. E. 1.. Stover,
three young small children. The
funeral arrangeniei ts ere in charge
of Hayner Brothers. Before the
body leaves Prince Rupert a funeral
service will be held in lhe Catholic
Aid. Douglas Tried to Make It
Acting Mayor Newton
In the absence of Mayor Manson
on .-���. polidcal trip with Mr. H. S.
Clements Aldcrmr.n Hilditch is
appointed acting mayor. Alderman Douglas moved that Alderman Newion be appointed acting
mayor but was voted down. The
Mayor left this mon ing with Mr.
Clemen Is for Bella Coola,
"Life" for a Boy
Niipiiiee,   Oct     12���(Special)���
Sherman Wagarel, aged seventeen,
I was sentenced tt life Imprisonment
I today for ti serious assault.
Will buy lota In Prince Rupert at bargain price,
for caah. Apply P.O. Box 860 stating location,
price, etc. 231-tf
St. Andrews Society
The adjourned meeting of the Si. Andrew'.
8oclety will be held In the Carpenter.' Hall on
Thursday evening, October 12th at 8 p.m.
All member, are requested to be In attendance.
231-234 Secretary
LINDSAY ."s^a^
C T. P. Transfer Af ante
Order, pmmpily filled.   Price, raaaonabla.
OFF1CE-H. B. Rochester. Centre St.    Phone M.
Fog Caused Twenty-four Hours
Slow Speed Running
Asked the reason for the lateness
of the Prince Rupert yesierday
evening Captain Johnstone stated
thai dense fog delayed the boal
shortly after leaving Vancouver
for eleven hours, and for a second
long spell nearer Rupert. The
steamer had lo run at reduced
speed for twenty-four hours altogether.
Arrived by Rupert
Dr. McNeil and Mrs. McNeil
arrived by the Prince Rupert
yesterday. The doclor has been
attending as an important case
in Vancouver. Mrs. McNeil has
just completed a holiday trip
Visiting friends in the south.
Fleming is Premier
Frcdericion, Oc 12.���(Special)
���Following the resignation of Hon.
J. D. Hazen a few days ago, Hon.
J. K. Fleming, provincial secretary,
has been called upon to form a
Indian Had Liquor
W. J. Matticson, i'.n Indian, was
fined ten dollars and costs for
having been drunk. He paid. Il
is  nol  known   who  supplied   the
('.iris'   and   MiBsrs'    Felt   and
Tweed Huts.���Wallace's. 2t
We carry everything In the feed line, nlso trnr-
den seeds at the lowest market prices, at Collurt's
olir Fted Store. Market Place
Prompt Delivery
Phones 41 or 301
The Continental Trust Co.
Second Avenue
The Big Furniture Store
One lot, Block 22, Section 5, Seventh
Avenue.   Price $800, $100 cash.
One  lot,  Block  S,  Section 5,  Fourth
Avenue.    Price  $1200.    $400  cash,
bulunce 1 and 2 years.
Two lou, Block  1, Section 6, Fourth
Avenue.    Price $3600.    $1600 cush,
bulunce G and 12 months.
One lot, Block 33, Section 7, Seventh
Avenue.     Price   $650.     $250   ciish,
balance $25 per month.
Two 1 its, Block 17, Section 7,   Seventh
Avenue.   Price $1200 pnir.   $400 cash.
Two lots, Block 49, Section 7, Ninth
Avenue.    Price  $750  pair,  one-half
cash, balance 6 months.
4 room house, Ambrose Avenue, plastered, best harbor view in city. Price
$1837. $600 cash, bulunce $30 per
6 room house, unfurnished, newly papered and pointed, basement. $21
per month.
5 and 10 acres, garden trucking at
Kitsumkalum. Price $66 per ucre.
10 acre tracts, garden trucking at
Kitselas.   Price $50 per acre.   Terms.
75 x 100 feet on Third Avenue, level.
Good lease.
$10 down and $10 per month  buys a
lot now.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
H.   S.   Clements   Arrived   by
Prince Rupert Yesterday
Mayor Mentor., M, M. Stephens,
O. II. Nelson ar.d other prominent
Cm serv.-'.tivi s were on die (',. T. P.
whf.rf >istud:.> to miii Mr. II. S.
Clcmei ts, of Vancouver, who has
come north to siudy lite teuls of
his constituency.
The Mayor will P.CCOtnpp.r.) Mr.
Clcmei Is on a tour throughout the
Baby Son Reaches the Home of
Alderman Clayton
While Alderman Clayton was
Occupied with city council discussion .".t the late session of the
City Fathers h-.st night lhe slork
paid a visit lo his home bringing
a bi.by boy. Congratulations are
beii g offered  Dr.  Clayton today.
Mother and baby are both doing
New lot farcy Kimorn Flannelettes.���Wallace's. 2t
The Investor���whether inclined
toward re.-'.l estate, promotion of
an Invention or a. business partner*
ship���reads the want ads for hints,
.nformaiioii and opportunities.
Ab we buy everything for spot cash, we
are able_to_undersell all   competition
Here Are Some of Our Wares:
Armchairs, Rockers, Sanitary Couches,  Davenports,  Bed Lounges and
Rattan Goods; Chiffoniers, Dressers and all kinds of Case Gnotls
Iron and  Brass  Beds,  Baby  Buggies.
For the
at all prices. Twenty-five patterns to choose from.
Carpets, Rugs, Portiera, Tapestry and Lace Curtains
and all  kinds of Curtain  Materials.
Stoves, Hotel White, Granite and Vitrified Ware, Teapots, Beanpots, Buttercrocks, Jugs, Filters and a
complete  line of Enamel  Ware.
Dining Room    Furniture of all kinds.      Cutlery,   French and
English China in seta or by  thc piece.
Miscellan- Bedding, Blankets, Comforts, the famous Ottermoor
n      J Mattren, Framed Mirrors and Mirrorplate for frum-
eoUS -ajOOdS ing, 36x48 down; Jardiniere, Vases, Bar GIsssm of
every description, Lamps,   Lamp  Chimneys,   Baskets  of  all kinds.
This ls s Complete Housefurnlshlng Store   Largest Stock In the Nonh
If you don't know where to find what you want give us a call���
We are  pretty sure  to have it.
2nd Ave. and 6th St.
Phone 62
The Graham Island Oil Fields, Limited
CAPITAL STOCK $1,000,000
We are offering for sale a very limited
amount of shares of stock at 25c per share;
par value $1.00. These shares are going
quickly and will soon be off the market    :   :
44 44444444*4444 44444444444444444444444444444444*0
to Man Need Use Poor Printing Unless He is
The man who is
able to buy any Kind
of printing is able
to buy good printing. If hc uses
anything else it indicates to people
who sec it that he
doesn't care.
and Satisfied
...to Do So...
*���*���* l$ 1$ Q Up
ti, 1. 1*5
Most people woukl ,
prefer a man's gen- j
eral character and '
personslity to be in :
keeping with Ul
printing���soil*.!!** j
astrous not to raic ,
about your printing :
Daily News Building phone 98 Third Avenue
Hkewna Land lli.trict -Diatrict ol Coaat Uanga 5
Taka notico that Frank S. Miller ol London,
f.ng., occupation civil enilncar, InUnda to apply
tor permiaelon lo purchaao tha following deecribed
a Commanclng at7a poat plantad at tha N. E.
Corner ol Lot 28, thenca north 20 chalm, thanca
ant 20 chaina, thanca aouth 20 chaina, thenca
teat 20 chaina to point ol commencement, containing 40 acrea mora or leaa.
Dated Auguat 16, UU. FRANK S. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 26. p. M. Miller, Agant
Skaena Und DUtrict���Dlitrict ol Coaat Range 5
Take notioa that Herbert 1. Maekle ol Pembroke, Ont., occupaUon lumberman, Intemla to
apply lor permiaelon to purchaae the lollowlng
deacrilied landa:
Commencing at a poat planled on the left bank
of the Zymoiiolta or Zlm-a-got-lu River, at aouthweat corner ol Lot 1706, thence northerly, lollowlng
tha wee'erly boundary ot Lot 1706, 80 chaina
more or leaa, to the northweat corner ol aald Ut
1706, thenca weaterly and aoutherly, lollowlng
the lelt bank ol aald river, 80 chaina more or leaa to
point of commencement containing 160 acrea
more or leaa.
Ucated Auguat ID, lull.
Dated Auguat 21. Mil.    HERBERT J. MACKIE
Pub. Aug. 26. Frederick 8. Clementa, Agent
In the County Court ol Atlin Holden at Prlnea
Rupert In the Matter ol tha "Otlldal Ad-
minis!ralor a Act
a . ,n*l
In the Mailer ol tha Eetate ol Duran P. Latkovlch
*    Inteatate. -���..ov.-jn
TAKE NOTICE that by order ol Ilia Honor
Judge Young, made the Slat day of Auguat lSii
{_?_ ,!!���"., **** A<l"*lnUtrator ot the Eetate ol
the aald Duran P. Latkovlch aeememi, .ml &
part wi having claim, agalnat the ,���l,l etgUM are
hereby required to forward anme properly verlded
Isiria V_5i thr, m?>S*y ? "W562
1011,  and  all  the partlea Indebted  to  the  aali
Ratal*, are required to pay the amount of th"
Inilebtedneea to ma forthwith.
DATED tha 6th day ol September, 1011.
Official Admlnlitrator.
I. 8. Ilarrlaon ol Princa Rupert. H/.*��� IjS.
give noUce that on lha nfloenih dax "I ->��_V,
Ull, I Inlend lo apply to the Water I .' t*a*--
at hla omce In Prince Rupert. II. L . * '* "��
to uke and uaa three cubic leet ol ��� i ��1*1,,
Irom MeNeil River In Skeena DiatriC. <"^_
la to ba taken Irom Ihe atream aboul '-^"5
above tha unction with the IS!.. ���:-; <*'***
la to te uaad on Ut 4406 lor don.-rtlc
cultural purpoaae.
Sept. 9.
I, 8. Harrlaon ol Prince Rupert. II. C
give notica that on the nlteent�� da. ol INJJJJ
1911.1 Intand to apply to the Water l ��**B
at hla offlce In Princa Rupert, I - *--��''mm*
Uke and uae two cubic eel o watc s*****~,
.���,m the Wait Fork ol McNeil ' ".'.".--v.
Diatrict. The waur la u be uken MJ1:�����*���_,
about ona mUa Irom IU ��""'";'-,!*��������
River and la to ba uaad on Ut J��**> '���"
and agricultural Pul?0,"fAMU|*x HAItlUSON
Skeana Und Diitrlot-Dlitrlcl; of <j'"|��,'Ji1l.*
Take notice that Percy M. Miller "< ��� " _���-, w
part, B.C., occupation Civil l-"��in".r,*   M|��wM
apply for permlulon t-   purchase mc
deacrilied landi: ,    ,  , _��� .,,��� left te��
Commenring at a poat planted on II.** > ���,��
of McNeil River at north weat corn" ' jr(,,.
R.V., thenca eaat 20 chaina more 0�� le ��� .__,!,-
erly boundary of Umber limit "" ., _.-_ier1r
4i��16) thence northerly 1'*>l*��"*"*. " ir- or lr"
boundary of timber limit fln chain" ' -ym
to north weat corner of aald timber nn. Mnk ���(
weaterly 20 chaina more or loa" '" .���.������, m*
McNeil River. Ihence aoutherly t*W*n ^ ^
left bank of McNeil Rivar 60 ���****|'n.'n,1" |i�� te**
to point of commencement. conia.n.����
m0"""1���' PWCYM.^V
Uau June I*. 1911
Pub. July 19.1911 , . .
Rkaena Und Dlitri-ct-Utetrlct of Ca.'J^
Taka notica that I, Thoma. Carl".   ,0 ,�����
Rupert, occupation carpenter. '?    ,n,,|-i��nl*
for permiaalon lo purchaae the foil*"" ���
ad land. ,   , lahntMlS
Commencing at a poat p anle-LIDJ . ���,,
���outh from the mouth of >������.��a_ w cM"
160 feat baok from tha baach. theme ^ fMl,,
north, thanca 40 chaina weat, inen _��.-*���
���outh. thenca eait 40 chain*, WI"*1"1,',.
****** K>nU,n,n�� ��� ""?iTomas cAhja*
Datad July 7th, 1911.    Charlaa WJE*
Pub. Aug. tth. A*^


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