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Twenty-four hours ending 5 a.m.,
Sept, 30
MAX  TIM)*.    HINTEHP.    BAR.        IN. RAIN
576 43.0     29.912   .02
VOL. II,  NO. 223
The Daily News
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for North
Princess May Monday p.m.
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
Prince Rupert, B.C.. Saturday, September 30, 1911.
Price Five Cents
(Naval Battle Fought Off the Coast of Prevassa Yesterday Afternoon���Italian Squadron Defeated Turkish Flotilla at Epirus
���Italians Land Troops at Tripoli After a Fight With
the Turks���Turkish Cabinet Resigns
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Paris, September 30.���The correspondent of the Matin at Athens has telegraphed
his paper that a report has reached the Government of Greece from Venitza, that a
naval battle between Turkish and Italian vessels took place at two o'clock in the afternoon off the coast of Prevassa. In the battle a Turkish cruiser was badly beaten and
Another report received by the Grecian Government from official sources states
that the Italian squadron cruising in the Ionian Archipeligo encountered a flotilla of
Turkish torpedo boat destroyers cruising off the coast of Epirus. The Italians promptly
attacked the flotilla and a battle ensued. Two of the Turkish ships were badly damaged
by the Italian shells and have gone ashore in the Gulf of Arta.
War Is Now On
London, Sept. 30.���A suite of
k-.ir now exists between Italy and
[Turkey and hostilities have begun.
o sooner had the time limit
bcplred than ignoring the Turkish
���mediatory request for a delay,
ftaly promptly declared war.
The Turkish commander at Trip-
ili when asked to surrender prompt
|y refused.   A new Turkish Cabinet
i?* lu-i-ii formed to cope wiih the
luii.il ion.
Italians at Tripoli
Constantinople, Sept. 29.���Ac-
)rding to reports that arc current
anight   the   Italians   have   dis-
litil-.itkr.l land troops at Tripoli.
The 'Turkish troops succeeded in
Iii king   two   barges   laden   with
troops. It is further reported
that the Italians have landed both
at Tripoli and Ronghazli.
Turkey Wants Peace
Constantinople, Sept. 30.���The
Turkish Cabinet has resigned and
a new one taken office. Mahmoud
Shefket will continue as Minister
of War. The Government has
decided not lo oppose by armed
resistaince the occupation of Triploi,
and further will take no hostile
action against any Italian residents
in Turkey. It hopes by adopting
this attitude that Italy will not
treat Tripolitans as a conquered
Uncle Sam Keeps Out
Washington, Sepl. 30.���The dec
laration of war by Italy upon
Turkey has created a sensation
in official Washington. The situation is regarded as a natural
sequence of the Franco-German
Moroccan negotiations.
It is the intention of the Americans lo keep clear at present
of tlie struggle if possible.
Sermon on the Elections
Tomorrow evening Rev. F. W.
Kerr of tlie Presbyterian congregation will siieak on "Reflections on lhe Election Results."
Tomorrow evening in_the Empress
Theatre at 7.30.
For New Fall Suits ani Overcoats, see Sweder Bros., Helgerson
Block. Bt
p-Employees   Suspected   of
Stealing Big Sum from Canadian Express Office at Hamilton.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Hamilton, Sept. 30.���Having
li i:   11| up the night guard at the
Canadian  Express Company's office hen- hist night, some unknown
pasked men burglarized the safe
ilu- extent of $8,000 to $15,000.
Two arrests have been made of
fcrmer employees and  a  watch-
In.in who are suspected of com-
)perations on Site of New City
Hall Result in Spectacular
Upheaval This Morning. The
Mack Realty Office Wrecked.
A big shot Wiis put in this jnorn-
ling on the site for the new Cily
[Hall now  being cleared by city
���labor.     Due   warning  was  given
Ito   the   occupants   of   adjoining
���premises and fortunately the staff
���of the Mack Realty Company was
loutsitle   their  building  when   the
���hot  went  off.     Its effects were
Idisastrous  for  the office.    Walls
are    bulged inwards dangerously,
I furniture   is   scattered   all   over,
innl lhe building looks as if it had
I just Weathered a small earthquake.
The city shot was a most spec-
I tactllar   one,   and   did   a   lot   of
lifting.     'The   whole   street   was
disturbed thoroughly by the shock,
planks   tossed   every   way,   antl
muskeg mostly heavenward.   "Al-
1 hough wrecked ourselves, wc arc
not   any thc less able to insure
others against accidents to their
buildings from fire, blast, or any
other cause," remarked Mr. Mac-
larcn to the Daily News after thc
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners, Phone 4
Saves  You Wet  Feet,   Muddy
Boots, and Many a Bad Fall
You don't feel like carrying a
lantern round on your walk down
town in the evenings now after
dark. But there are many dan
gerous places left unlighted on the
way into the shopping district,
and to have a light handy at the
moment you need it will save
you many a muddy splash if not
���a dangerous fall. You need a
pocket flash-lamp. It burns brightly just when you want the light.
It carries comfortably in your
pocket when you get down town.
At thc Parkin, Ward Conjpany's
store on Second av nue you can
sec thc latest brilliant |Kickel
flash-lights in a splendid new
slock just in. Test thc newest
and most compact torch made.
It throws a splendid light, and
lasts longer than anything yet
on sale in Rupert. New, extra
strong refills for all makes of
flash-lamps are now ready at the
Parkin, Ward store.
Hon. Frank Cochrane and Hon.
Robert Rogers Will be In
Premier Borden's Cabinet.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, Sept. 30.���Up to last
night only two persons had been
definitely slated by Mr. Borden
for his Cabinet. They are the
Hon. Frsvnk Cochrane, Minister
of Mines for Ontario and Hon.
Robert Rogers, Manitoba.
It is said an effort is being made
to have Premier McBride come
here to be Mr. Borden's right
hand man, but so far the B. C.
Premier has not yet replied.
Arrested in Time
Don't cripple your feet with
misfitting shoes. Scott, Froud &
Company will put you right. Get
Fred Hal lam, of London, Lost
Heart and Drowned Himself
in Toronto Bay.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Toronto, Sept. 30.���Driven to
despondency by thc loss of his
money on thc elections, Fred
Hallam.of London, drowned him
self yesterday in Toronto Bay.
Last Saturday Hallam came to
Toronto from Ottawa where he
had been working for the Liberal
organization during the election
Chinese Case Continues
The gambling case involving the
reputations of some fourteen Orientals was continued today, the
evidence taken through an interpreter being prolonged and examination difficult.
Sheriff Brady Dead
Woodstock, Sept. 30���(Special)
���Sheriff Brady, of Oxford, died
here today, aged 80.
Northwest srn League
Vancouver 7, Victoria 2.
Spokane 5, Poitland 3.
Seattle 14, Ttu-oma 2.
Pacific Coast League
Sacramento 4, Oakland ll.
Portland 4, San Francisco 2.
Vernon 5, Los Angeles 3.
National League
Philadelphia 7, Pittsburg 4.
Boston 4, Cincinnati 4.
American League
Detroit 9, Washington 5.
Many Popular Long Distance
Passenger Trips in England
at Regular Fares.
Passenger flights in aeroplanes
arc rapidly increasing in popularity in England, and within the
past few weeks the number of
aerial journeys booked at Brook-
lands, Hendon, ahd other aero-
domes has increased lo thc extent
of 100 per cent.
The growing reliability of ma.
chines and lhe increasing skill of
airmen have mainly led to the
popularity of flying. H. Barber,
the inventor and pilot of the
Valkyrie momoplane, whose headquarters are at Hendon, has booked
$4,000 worth of passengers flight,
and his "fares" reqiii e te> be
taken lo all pans of the count.y.
"The aeroplane fliglns booked
through our Instrumentality are
now increasing to an altogether
remarkable extent," observed Mr.
Phillips, the manager of thc aviation department of Messrs. Keith,
Prowse & Company, London. "At
first our charges for cross-country
aerial journeys were at the rate
of a guinea a mile. Now, however, in view of the number of
flights being made, we arc able
to reduce lhe price to half a guinea
a mile. Long distance trips by
aeroplane are mainly in demand,
and we had a fare the other day
for instance, from Brooklands to
the Isle of Wight.
"It is becoming quite a fashionable thing, particularly in this hot
weather, to motor to Brooklands
or 11. ii<le>ii anil then enjoy a
delightfully cooling cross-country
flight. The evening is generally
lhe favorite lime for such trips.
It is curious how fascinaii'd mosi
people become with flying, for we
find the same people coming back
lime after lime to book flights."
Friday the 13th?
Quebec, Sept. 30.���(Special)���
The Duke of Connaught is to arrive here on Friday, October 18th.
Veteran Railroad Man of Western Canada Full of Years and Honors  Resigns  From the  Vice-Presideney���Sketch From His
Interesting Career���Had Done a Great Deal
to Build Up The West
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Winnipeg, Sept. 30.���It was announced this morning that Sir
William Whyte will reiire tonight
from the Vice Presidency of the
C. P. \i. He will, however, retain
his directorship. His successor
will probably be announced next
week. At the Board meeting
to take place next Thursday at
Montreal four vice presidents are
to be named. Superintendent Mar-
pole of Vancouver, is stated to be
one of them.
Rose from Ranks
Sir William Whyte has risen
from the ranks, He was bom of
humble parents at Charleston, Fife-
shire, Scotland, on September 15,
1843. Quite early in life he was
at work in the offices of the Norlh
British Railway Company. Lift-
on a Scottish railway, however,
did rot offer scope enough for his
ambitions, and at twenty years
of age he was in Canada looking
round for something to do. He
found it wiih the Grand Tmnk
Railway, with which company in
twenty years'  service, he gained
valuable experience that has stood
him in good stead ever since.
Started as Brakeman
Sir William Whyte started his
career in this country as a brake-
Toronto and then foreman of the
freight department. This place
he held for a year, and then he
served for another year as yard-
master iii the same city. Two
years as a conductor followed,
and then for six months he was
night station master at Toronto.
.Next he was promoted successively
to the positions of station master
at Stratford, antl freight and passenger agent al London, afler-
wards returning to Toronto as
freight agent, and later as divisional superiiilehdent.
First Important Post
Then twenty I years after hc
came to Canada, he took a big
step up by getting the post of
General Superintendent of the Cred
it Valley Railway. That was
in April, 18HH. A few months
later the Credit Valley Railway
was absorbed by the Canadian
Pacific Railway, and. with its
man.   After eight months he was! absorption   Mr.   Whyte  was  ap-
promoted to be freight clerk at
Cobourg. This position he held
for two years, and then in 1865
he w;is appointed frieghl clerk in
p.>ii.u*.| General Superintendent of
the Eastern and Ontario  division
Witnesses Declare it is Injurious to Tax Outside Capital
Keeps Business Firms Out of
B. C.
With Only Four more Polls to
Hear from His Majority is
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, Sept. 30.���Evidence
was given today at the Taxation
Commission favoring ihe exemption from taxation of all outside
Capital invested in lhe province.
The Companies Act recently
introduced by Mr. Bowser was
strongly condemned. A number
of business men declared it has)
an unjust tendency lo keep# outside funis from doing business
in B. C.
The majority of those giving
evidence favored the retention of
the poll and income taxes.
Special Appointment
Scot I, Froud & Company have
received a large consignment of
Walk Over Shoes. See them at
The last of the returns from tin
far distant polling stations are
now coming in. Messrs E. M.
While, of Alberii, and John Bruce,
of Cumberland, arrived on the
Prince George with several ballot
boxes this morning. Only four
more polls arc to Ik- heard from
and iheir vole will be negligible.
The returns received ihis morning
Port Hardy 3
Malcolm Island  4
Al.rt Hay  3
Pon Harvey  9
Salmon River 10
Rock Bay 11
Shoal Bay  7
Granite Bay 13
Roy     No Poll
Lund 16 22
Bold Point     2 1
Rei.l Island   3 7
This leaves Mr. Clements' majority at 192.
Rescue Gang at Shakespeare
Mine Open Up Communication Through Disused Steam
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Fairbanks, Alaska, Sept. 30.���
Communication was established today with the fourteen miners entombed in lhe Shakespeare mine
by a cave-in.
A steam pipe WM found running
into the ioll.ip-a-.il shaft and opened,
enabling those above lo talk to
lhe men imprisoned 176 feet below.
Sam Ronlot and George Evans Struck Powder Whilst Mucking��� Rushed With All
Speed to Rupert in "Kipling"���Are Now in Hospital   Eyesight May be Saved
Injured seriously about their
faces and eyes by the effects of
an explosion of loose powder
amongst some debris in which
they were picking, two muckers
arrived today and arc now in
the General Hospital. Their sight
may be saved.
Met Powder in Muck
The men's names arc Sam Rou-
lct and George E. Evans. Tliey
had not been very long al the
GoOM Bay Mines. The accident
-ecurred after a shot had dislodged a considerable fall of stuff
in which ihey were working with
pick and shovel. Picking amongst
thc loose matter one of the men,
it is not.clear which, must have
met with some lmexploded powder
which came in contact with thc
pick point.
Rushed to Rupert
There was a violent explosion,
and both men were flung backwards to the earth covered with
a shower of fragments of rock.
They were badly bruised about
the upper part of lhe body, but
the most serious injuries were
lo their faces and eyes. Rescuers
hurriedly raised lliem, ami every
effort wiis made to render effective
first aid. Meanwhile the C.ranby
Company's gasoline boat Kipling,
the fastest craft of its kind in thc
district was gol ready, and the
Injured men were rushed to Prince
Rupert at all possible speed.
May Save Sight
G. R. Naden accompanied (hem
here, antl on lhe arrival of the
Kipling Dr. Kergin attended to
the men at the General Hospital.
Each man has one eye Seriously
and one eye less dangerously injured, and both are suffering from
contusions due to lhe fragment!
of rock Hung about them, Every
effort is being made at the hospital
by doctor and staff to save the
men's eyesight, and il is believed
that the treatment will be successful in both cases.
Meeting of School Board Yesterday Afternoon Received Information to This Effect from
the Provincial Government.
A short   meeting of  lhe School
Board was held yesterday afternoon in lhe police ,-ourl room al
which official notification of the
Crown granting lo lhe city of the
school   sites  arranged   for  with
the   Provincial   Governmeni   was
received and noted by the Board)
New Country Opening Up. Valuable Discoveries by J. W.
Austin of Prince Rupert, and
Others. Assays $86 to the
(Special lo the Daily Newa)
Hazelton, Sept 30.--Three new
land   itiipnit.iiit   strikes   were   re-
piittnl    here   last    night   and   a
number of prospectors started on
the Stampede Ihis morning to the
new discoveries. The mosi notable
of these is in a new country
twenty-five miles up the Skeena
from here, the discoverers lieing
J. S. Biigg, J. W. Austin and
James Craig, who have eight claims
Staked. The ore they brought
in pRIVW to be free milling and
three assays run from 19 to ��80
in gold to the ton.
Paddy Higgins has uncovered a
fine showing of native silver at
the head of Driftwood Creek, and
the report of a native silver discovery on Hudson Bay Mountain
is   confirmed   by   Ben   Silverson,
Mr. I). G. Stewart antl Mr. Nelson were present, but Mr. C. V. who has 8,:xkcd (m "��� U'ad for
Bennett is out of town. himself and Trimble and Pc.m-
Therc is s proposal to make lhc hcrton- This strikt' is r<T<>rted to
old   school   building   more   con,.|hc extremely rich.	
fn.t.'blc for the children. A water! /V (;, Lunn is lo tlffccl minor
pipe will be laid on amongst other alterations on his premises on
requirements. I Fraser street. THE DAILY NEWS
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,       By CUve Phillips Wolley
H i
Daily Edition.
Saturday, Sept. 30
The revenues from Crown lar.ds in England today amount to
two million six hundred and lifty thousand dollars. When Queen
Victoria surrendered the hereditary revenues of the Crown for life
their annual value did not nearly equal ihe grant of one million nine
hundred and twenty-live thousand dollars which Parliament granted
to the Sovereign Lady as her civil list. The increase is mainly due
to the increase of land values in thc city of London.
In the city of London alone the Crown holds four thousand two
hundred ami fifty houses which bring in a combined rental of over
one million five hundred thousand dollars (Sl,.r)00,000) a year. Besides
these the Crown owns His Majesty's Theatre which brings in a ground
rent of over 120,000, and the land on which the Holborn restaurant
is built which pays a ground rent of over $10,000 a year. There is
also a huge block of business buildings which brings in a rental of
The Crown also owns thc beautiful new forest which, though tin
rent derived from ii is only a few hundred dollars a year, would realizi
a gigantic sum put up for Side.
When we remember that originally ihe whole lend of England
was once held by the Crown, we see how a wiser adnunistratior
through the centuries would have given the present government almost
unlimited revenues without a pent y of taxation.
The pity of it is that the lesson taught by England's history
has been lost on the Government of Briiish Columbia,
To Mr. J. B. Challiea, of the Department of the Interior, we
are indebted for the following revised estimate of the possible horsi
power available from Canadian stref.ms in different provinces.
The report shows that from a total of pearly 10,700,000 h.p. less
than 878,000 has been developed or is in course of development. Mr.
Challiea explains that no really accurate estimate is obtainable until
more definite surveys have been made of the many districts as yet
but little known:
Possible H. P.
Yukon    470,000
British Columbia 2,IHJ5,.iOO
Alberta     1.14-1,000
.Saskatchewan    500,000
Manitoba....'.    604,000
Nonh West   Territories     000,000
Ontario 4,308.47!)
Quebec (exclusive of Ungava) 6,000.000
New Brunswick      160,000
Nov.'. Scotia      54,300
Developed antl
in course.
liili.iHK) aboul
125,000 about
The  Department of the Interior haa ii* preparation under Mr.
Challiea' direction a Water Power map of Canada which will show
all developed water powers and i'll known undeveloped water powers,
also various hydrologlcal and meteorological data of particular Interest
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At the buck of iho ranch and on
both sltli'9 of it lay a great enclosed
l meadow of about a thousand acres In
a long parallelogram, and down the
middle of it ran a cliain of hay stacks,
each fenced in, Uie feed upon which
depended the safety of Rolfs stock If
S hard winter Bhould come.
There are years, many of them,
luckily, in which these BtackB need not
be touched. In an open winter the
cattle are can-led without having re-
aort to the store laid up for a hard
spell,.and ,in consequence some men
trust to hiok and keep Utile or no
reserve of hay. *
These ate the men who fail ln the
cattle business. Sooner or later a
deep snow .���onies; bo deep that the
cattle cannot paw It away to get at
the grass beneath, and then the men
who have not provided against such
tlmeB lose every head ot stock.
It iiu-tins ruin to the Improvident,
but Hick Rolt was not such a fool as
to lake any chanceB where the Bafety
of his tattle was concerned. Three
years' hay was stacked In the thousand acres, and If none ot it should bo
used the next year's crop would be cut
and stacked just the name.
The sight which met the eyes ot
those who watched at the window
would have been weirdly beautiful tf
the meaning ot It had not been so
hideous. The night was one which
not only precluded any possibility of
accidental Ignition, but made It difficult to understand the rapidity with
which stack after stack burst Into
The heavy Scotch mist with which
the valley was filled���a freezing mist,
which was almost rain���waa crimson
Over twenty slacks, beginning with
tbe one nearest to the ranch houBe,
were in flames, one here and there
which had 'ailed to Ignite standing
out black and exaggerated In site, ln
the fierce light made by Ub fellows,
whilst the roar of the burning could
be heard where the watchere Btood.
Down In the middle ot tho valley
ran a chain of red fire, whilst the
wall*, of It were still darkness made
darker by contrast, and ln this, Imagination could paint the twelve or
fourteen men who rode with tbeir
weapoiiB In their hands and murder In
their hearts.
Once or twice a figure was seen
near the farthest of the stacks, thrown
out In bold relief for a moment as the
devil's work succeeded and the flames
took hold, but though Mary Rolt held
her breath to listen, there came no
rattle ot fire arms.
"Twenty-three. Mary, but It Ib ten
minutes since the last blated up."
"Stop   where rou are,  Kitty.    Mr
Anstruther, for Qod's Bake, don't try
to move. Vou can't help now," was
Mrs. Roll's only answer, and then she
ran through her husband's bath-room
and they heard her taking the stairs
ln headlong flight.
"Phon, oh, Phon," they heard her
call, "bar the kitchen window, quick!
Indians come cut your throat." and
whilst she spoke ihey heard her turning the keys In the main doors and
putting up thc great bars.
"Run to her. Kilty, and help her.
I shall be all right."
"Will you swear to keep still,
"I swear.   Run, dear."
Thc girl obeyed him, and a few
moments laler Mrs. Rolt, Kitly. and
the .frightened Chinese cook reentered thc room.
"They can't get In now unless they
burst the doors," sobbed Mrs. Rolt,
breathless with her exertions.
"Watch that back door, Kitty, whllBt
I call thc men," and she ran to her
husband's room again for the revolver which hung there.
Tearing away the curtains, and
throwing the Utile window open, she
peered out, but the light Inside was
too bright.   She could see nothing.
"Put tho lamp out, Kitty." she called, and as the light wcnl out In obedience to her order, she saw dimly
something moving In the shadow of a
house where thc stores were kept.
At once her revolver rang out, shot
after shot, until every chamber was
empty. It mattered little whether she
hit or missed The main thing was to
recall thc men. and almost before she
had ceased firing a horse's hoofB
thundered through the corrals, and a
voice hailed her.
"That you shooting. Polly? Take
earn. Don'l shoot any more," and
then for a moment there was bedlam
In thc .darkneBS outside, horses galloping amongst the buildings, and
men running, and twice lhe Bharp metallic ring of a rifle.
After thai the main body of galloping hoofs seemed to recede towards
the hills, bill the Hobs and old A) rode
up to thc house.
"Open the door and give me a lantern, my girl. They have all gone. I
think, except Iwo. and they won't do
any more harm."
There was a hardness In the Dobb's
voice, which Mary Holt had never
heard before in all the yearn she had
known him, but then sho had never
seen him before In thc light of his
biasing stacks.
"Did you see anyone when you
fired," he asked, ns soon as Bhe had
let him In.
"I think bo, but I am not certain.
Oh. Dick, 1 have not killed anyone,
have IT" she cried, breaking down
suddenly, and clinging to him.
"Steady, there; steady, little woman. Keep your nerve a bit longer.
You are doing splendidly. No, you
have not hit any one, more's the pity.
Where did you Ihink you saw them?"
"Over there by  the store-house."
"Ah! tint they could not gel In ln
the lime. Lucky we tumbled to their
game, .lust go and look at the house,
Al,' touching hla arm and whispering,
"say nothing If the missus has Bhol
Thc old man nodded and went out.
In a couple of minutes he was bark
again for the lantern. When he returned ai;aln hc handed Ihe Hobs a
"I thought an you alius kept that
yourself. Hobs."
"Where did you find It?"
"In the door nf the storehouse."
Rolt looked down al It for a moment.    "The old devil," hc muttered.
"Jest so. Hut how did he come to
got It?"
"Old Mary must have stolen It from
my room when sin came bogging ihis
I afternoon."
"Ouess so. Women had ought to do
i thtlr own chores. I ain't got no xusti
| for IiiJIiih round a tun. :h. They've)
I got all tbe rifles."
"All them Bpare rifles and threa or
tour dozen boxes of cartridges, I
should say, though some of them
won't help em much. Tin rlfleB are
forty-fives, and half the cartridges
were for your fifty hiind'ed and ten.
Guess we bustled em a bit or they
wouldn't have made such a fool break
as that."
WhllBt they were spsSklng Mary
Rolt had remained unnoticed with
them. Now her huBbantl saw her and
bade her run up stairs and tell the
other two that It was all over and no
harm done.
When she had gone master and
man faced each other for Boine minutes in silence.
"Can't save the stacks, Al?"
"That don't make no odds. We've
plenty left."
"I suppose so, if we are lucky
enough to live to want It."
Oh, we shall. We'll pull through
all right, but I wish the women folk
were out of this, at Sody Creek or Victoria."
"You think It ls war, then?"
"You bet It's war. What did they
want them rifles for. They only
burned the macks to gel a show at tbe
There was no answer to thiB, but
the two listening heard thc beat ot
the returning hoofs, nnd before long
about half of the men of the ranch
reined up their lathering horses ln
front of the mess house.
"Did you get any of 'em?" asked Al.
"Devil a hoof."
"You got sick ot the hunt mighty
"Yes," drawled one of the boys. "I
ain't almighty stuck on night huntln'.
Once you're over the hog's back it's
darker nor the ways of a provincial
politician. It's so blanked dark It
fairly drowns you after that glare,"
and he looked towards the blazing
stacks. "The Inline kinder sunk out
of sight ln It."
"We shall have to send some one to
warn the FaircloughB."
"That's done, Boss. 1 Bent Dan.
He's up half way to Grouse Creek by
now If the Injitis haven't got him."
"Thank you. Al. 1 think two of you
had better come tn and sleep ln tbe
house to-night, just to reassure tbe
ladles. The rest of you bad better
sleep with your horses, and there will
have to be a couple on the look out
all night.   They might try* to rush us."
"Not whilst them Illuminations Is
turned on," said Al. 1 guess you can
sleep solid to-night. When It's dark
It will be different. Hut I'll see to
the look-outs, Hubs, when we've put
tbem two out of sight," and he pointed to where something lay In the shadow of tbe stables.
"It was a pity as It was KlneeBhaw,"
he added. "There'U be no let up now
until they wipe us out or some ono
lets daylight Into old Khelowna. He
thought a heap of KlneeBhaw."
That night the watchers watched In
vain. The three and twenty stacka
of good hay which should have been
turned Into beef at thirty or forty dollars a head, flared up and then died
down Into clear red hearts of fire, and
In the white day light were nothing
but grey spots on the home meadow.
They bad been licked up as clean as
the mist was by thc sun, and left little
more trace than thc Indians who had
lighted them.
These had vanished utterly.
Two spots of fresh turned earth,
outside the corrals, might suggest tbe
recent presence of the Chllcotens to
those who knew what lay below, but
these and lhe charred railings where
the stacks had stood were all the
traces they had left.
From tbe hog's back to the black
timber of thc enclosing hills there
was no sign of a camp fire, no hint
of a man's presence, and one by ono
thc scouts sent out from the ranch
came back wllh the Bamc story. The
Indians had been about a score In
number, and were not now to be seen,
neither had they left any trail to Bay
which way they had gone. The most
experienced among the trackers
guessed that they i.ad scattered, and
it was Impossible to say vhere they
would reunite. Hut Jlm would be
back, said the men, and then they
could make up their minds what to
"But Jlm did not come. Though
they watched for him from hour to
hour; though even an ordinary rider
In ordinary basic might have bet n
back before the second night fell. Thc
dark came again, and with It no Jim
Neither did morning bring him, and
It was not until late afternoon on the
fourth day that two men walked slowly before their led horses Into thc
Kitty, whose Impatience was devouring her. saw them come. Jlm was
smoking, of course, and staring about
him as he slouched along without a
sign of haste, without a shout to tell
that he had come. Surely never any
man walked as slowly as Jlm Combe,
never any man looked leas like the
express messenger returned.
"He doesn't seem ln a hurry," said
Kitty, and there waB a world of disappointment and bitterness in her
lone. She expected every one to
show his excitement as she did hers.
"Did you ever expect Jim to look as
If he hurried?" asked Mrs. Rolt, who
was leaning over the girl's shoulder
at the window. "Did you want Jim
to boll up a gallop at the finish like
the driver of an Irish Jaunting car?
Look at the horses."
They Indeed told a tale of haste in
the past, haste ot which they were no
longer capable, and possibly any man
with a view to effect might have
dragged his limbs ns thc horses dragged theirs.
Jlm only walked slowly and limped
a little, stopping to speak to one of
the boys and to help him off-saddle
the roan. Then he walked quietly to
the house with tho doctor, not stopping to hear much of what old Al had
to tell him.
Hut hc managed to tako ln a great
deal In those quiet glances which Kitty resent) tl so much.
"Any one hurt?" were his first
wordB to Al, before thc old man had
time to 0DM his mouth.
"Two of them hurt badly," pointing
to the fresh earth. "None of our folk
"Didn't try to rush the ranch then?"
"Broke the store-house and got the
guns while we were at the BtackB."
"Might have known that thuy would
try.that-   What .did you all want to
go to the stacks for? "Didn't calculate
to blow them out, did you?"
Al hung his head. It is dispiriting
when you have a great story to tell,
to have It understood and sentence
pronounced before you have had time
to open your lipa.
"How many Injuns were there?"
"About fifteen, I guesB."
"More than that," Bald the man who
had not been there; but he did not
stop to argue or hear any more details. He remembered the two bands
which he had seen on his way to Soda
Creek, and he knew all that It was
vital to know, bo he followed Protheroe quietly to the house.
The doctor's report was a good one
and eoon made. When sober he waB
a capable man, and AnBtruther's Injuries, however painful, were sufficiently simple.
"A bundle of nerves, fine bred and
high strung," was Prothcroe's comment. "A steer who had had the same
smash up would have gone on feeding. Three ribs broken, badly shaken
up, and bruised a bit, of course; but
the ribs have knit already. You did
the rlgV thing, Mrs. Holt. These are
your bandages?"
"No, they are Jlm'B."
"Of course. 1 ought to have known
Jlm'B packing; effective, but a trifle
severe. Here, let me loosen them a
little," and his deft fingers, which
were as delicate as a woman's and as
strong as a man's, played about Anstruther with astonishing rapidity.
"ThaCa better, iBn't it?"
Anstruther sighed. "Yes, I can
move now, I think, without fainting."
"But you must not; at least, not
much. Jim was on the right track,
but hc certainly did not give you much
play.   You don't drink much, do you?"
"No; not much."
"And you're not twenty-five. Lord!
Lord! What could hurt a man who
doesnt drink and Isn't twenty-five?
Your case was not worth the ride, but
perhaps wo may have others," he added cheerfully, "now that old Khelowna
has broken out." .	
Skoona Land DUlrict���DUtrlct of Queen Chrolutlo
Tako in."..-.- lhal ihirty day* (ram elutt-, 1. C E.
Hainter ol I'rlnce) Kupejrl, U. C, by occupation
beiokkccpcr, intontl lo IM. lo lho Chiel Coming mm-i ol Land, for a licence to prosprct fur
coal and petroleum on and under lilt) acre* ol
land on liraham laland desenhod aa fe.llov.t-*
Commencing: al a poat planted two mile**, north
ot C. E. 11. Cual Leaae No. 3, marked C. K. Uainle-r
N. W. corner Coal Leaao No. ti, lhct.ee .oulh SU
chain., thenco eaat Ml chain., thence north Ml
chaina, Ihenco weal BU chaina lo placo of commencement.
Dated Sept. 11,1911.    C. E. HAINTEK, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23
Skeona Land District -DUlrict ol Huron Ct-iflollo
Take notice lhal thirty day. from elate, 1, C. E.
Ilainler ol I'rince Kupert, U. C, by occupatiun
Itookkevpe-r, Inlend to apply lo thu Chief Com-
in,- [ of Land, lur a licence to proapect for
coal and petroleum on and under blu acre-a ut
land on Graham l.land doacrlbeei a? tulluwa:
I'.-iiittii ii.uik' at a poal planloel twee mile* norlh
of C. E. 11. Coal Leaae No. 3, alake S. W. corner
Coal I - i - No. T, Ihenco nonh SU chain., thenee
oast 10 chain., llicnco aoulh SU chain., thence
weat hu chain, lo place ot commencement.
Dated Sept. 11, 11111.    C. E. UAINTEH, Locator
fob. it-putt
Skeana Land DUtrlct���DUlrict of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that Auatin M. Hrown of I'rince
Kupert, occupation aaddler, intenda lo apply to
the Chiel Commiaaioner ol Landa and IVorka
for a licence lo proapect lor coal and oil and potro-
ieum on and under the (ollowing deecribed landa
on the Woat Cout ol Uraham laland:
Commendnf at a poal planted three milea eaal
ol the eouthveeat corner ol C. L. No. 44TT thence
BO chain, eaal, ihence BU chaina north, thence mi
chain* weal, Ihenco bU chaina aoulh lo poinl ot
Date ot Location, 31al July lull.
Pub. Aut. IT.
Skeena Land DUUict-DUlrict ol Queen Chatlotle
Take noUce lhat AuaUn M. Hrown ot I'rlnce
Kupert, occupation aaddler, Intenda to apply lo
the Chief Commlaalonef ot Lantla and Worka lor a
licence to proapeact (or coal, oil and petroleum on and
under the (olfowing doacribed landa on lhe Weet
Coaat nl Graham laland:
Commencing at a poat planted three milea oaat
ol lhe eoulheaat corner ol C. 1.. No. 4472 thence
north BU chaina, thenco eaal SU chaina, ihence aoulh
mi chaina, Ibence weat BO chaina to point o( commencement.
Locatod Auguat let, 11)11.
fub. Aug. IS.
Skeena Land DUtricl���DUtrlct ul Queen Charlotte
Take notice that Auatin M. Hrown ol Prlncc
Itu'-ert, aaddler, inlend* lo apply to the Chief
Commlaaioner ol Landa and Worka (ur a licence
to proapect (or coal, oil and petroleum on and
under the following deKribed landa on the Woat
Coaal nl Graham laland:
Commencing al a po.t planted two mlioa eaal
uf tho northeaat corner o( C. L. No. 44TS ihence
-uutti BU chaina, Ihence weal BU chaina, thonce
north BU chain., thence cat BU chaina lu puinl ul
Ucated 31>l July, 11)11.
I'ub. Aug. 17.
Skoena Land DUlrict-DUtrict ol Queen flii.il.nt
Take nutice that Auatin M- Hrown uf I'rince
llupert, occupation aaddler, Intenda to apply le
the chief Commiaaioner o( Landa and Worka (or
a licenco lo proapoct (or coal, uil and pctruloem
m and under the (uiluwlng deKribed landa on tho
Weat Coaal o( Graham laland:
Beginning al a poal planted throe miloa oaat o
the northeaat corner o( C. L. No. 4474 thonce BU
chaina eaat, tbence Ml chain, aouth thonce BU
chaina woat, thence BU chain, nurth tu point ol
comment*.-nn* nt.
l-ocated Auguat Iat, lull.
I'ub. Aug. 17.
Skeena Land DUtrlct���DUtrlct ol Queen Charlotte
Tako notice that Auatin M. Brown o( Prince
Kupert, aaddler, intend, to apply to the Chief
C.uiiiii-in-iiiT oi Landa and Viorita for a licence
to proapect for coal, oil and petroleum on and under
tho folluwing deacribed landa on the Weat Coaat
of Graham laland:
Commencing at a poat planted throe milea eaal
of the nun lii-n-ii corner of C. L. No. I nil* tlience
eaat BU chain., thence aouth BO chaina, thence
weat BU chaina, thence north BU chaina to point of
Located Auguat Iat, 1911.
Pub. Aug. IB.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that Auatin M. Brown of Prince
Ruperl, occupation aaddler, intenda to apply
to the Chief CummUaloner of Lamia and Works
for a licence to proapect for coal, oil and petroleum
on and under the (ollowing deacrlbeed landa on the
Weat Cout ot Graham laland:
Commencing at a po,t planted two mllea cut
ol the aoutheut corner of C. 1.. No. 4477 thence
IU chaina north, thence BU chain, out, thence til
chaina aouth, thence Mi chaina woat to point of
Located 31al July, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeena Ijend Dialrlcl -Diatrict ot Queen Charlotte
Take in. ..*-��� that thirty daya Irom date, 1. C. E.
Hainter of I'rinco Rupert, ll. C, by occupatiun
bookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chlet Commlaaioner o( Landa (or a licence lo proapect for
coal and petroleum on anil under ti tu acrea ol
land on Graham Inland de.cril.eel u lollowa:
Commonclng at a port planled Iwo mile* north
nl 0. E. H. Coal I^ase Nn. 4, marked S. E. corner
C. E. II. Coal 1.1 n-.- No. B, thence norlh BU ehalna,
Ihence weat BU chaina, tlipnce aouth HU chaina,
Ihence eut 80 chaina to place nt commencement.
Daled Sept. It, IBM. C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23
Skeena Und DUtrlct���Dlitrict of Quoen Charlott
Take nntlce that Auatin M. Brown of Prince
Rupert, aaddlor, Intend* to npplv to lho Chief
Commlaalonor ol Lantla and Worka (or a licenco
to proapoct lor cobI, oil and pelruleum on and
under the following deacrihed landa on tho Went
Cout of Graham laland:
Commencing at a poat planted two mllea eut
of the aouthea I corner of C. L. No, 4477 tnnneo
HO chaina weat, thence BU chaina north, thenco 80
cnaina eut, thence B0 chain, aouth to point o(
I .urate,! ��lat July, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
I   Skoona Und DUtrict-DUtrict <0��^***fi����.
Take  nolico that  Sarah  ft  Alton  olI   lrli ce
Huport,  occupation nurae, Intonda to WPtfJor
pormiaslon to purchaae the following deacribed
"co'mmenclng at a poat planted at the Northwest cornor 140 chain. "��^-S?^-_S*S
(rom the northeut cornor ot Lot >��6 J.H��"��*
Survey) Coust Dislrict, Range V, thence 80 chain*
oust, thenco 8U chaina aouth, thonce 40 chahu
woat, thonco 40 chaina north, thonco 40 chaina
west thencu *IU cliaina north to post ol commencement containing 480 acrea more. or Im.
Dated Juno 14, 1911. ����������** H ft ,AL10N���,
Pub. July 16. frod Uohler, Agent
Skoena Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Cout Range 6
Tuko noico that Unford Sewoll lloll ol Prince
Rupert,  U.  0a,  occupation locomotive engineer,
, intends to apply lor permiasion to purchaae the
lollowing doscribod landa:
Commencing at a post planted on tho north
bank of tho Zimogotiu River about throe (J)
mil.*., distant (upstream) in a weatorly direction
Irom tho junction ot tbe Littlo Zimogotiu River
and tho main Zimogotiu River, thenoe north 40
chains, thenco wost 40 chaina, thenoe aouth 40
chains, thonco cast 40 chaina to poat of commoncomont containing 160 acrea more or|leea.
Datod Juno 7, 1911. LINKOKD SEWALL ULLL
Pub. July 8. Ooo- R- Putnam, Agant
I    Caaalar   Und   DUtrlct���DUtrict  ol  Skeena
Tuko notico that 1, Umuel Freer ol Vancouver,
occupation brokor, intend to apply lor permUalon
to purchuae the following doariuodr landa:
Commonclng at a poat planted on the ahore
In a northorly direction from Port Nelaon Cannery
. marked L. E.'a S. E. Corner, thence 20 chaina
north, thence 20 chaina weat, thence 20 chaina
��� south to ahore line,  thence along tho ahore to
point of commoncomont, conUining 40 acrea more
DaSdJune 10, 1911 LEMUEL FREER
Pub. July 8. J. M. Collleon. Agent
Skoena Und District���DUtrlct of Cout Range V
Tako notico that Jeaae M. Tallman of Cedar
Itapida,   Iowa,   occupation   lawyer,   InUnda   to
apply  for pormiaaion to purchaae the foUowing
i dcscritiud lunda:
I Commencing at a poat planted on the aoutherly
shore of Kutcymaleen Inlet on the right bank
of a small etroam 'lowing into uid Inlet juat eut
uf Crow Uke. Thence south 20 chaina, thence
weat 20 chaina more or lou to the ahore line ol
Crow Lake, thence northerly and easterly following the ahore lines ot Crow Uke, the Inlet
to Crow Uke and Kuueymateen Inlet to tha
place of commoncomont, continuing forty acroa
moro or leaa. Ucated Auguat 7, 1911.
Datod Aug. 9, 1911. JESSE M. TALLMAN
Pub. Aug. 12.
Skeena Und DUUict���DUtrict of Cout Range 5
Tako notice that R. t. Miller ol Tipton, England,  occupation  larmer,   inlenda  to  apply   for
permiaaion  to  purchaae  the following  doacribed
Commonclng at a post plantod about 60 chains
wost (rom the N. W. Corner ut Ut 4406, thence
norlh 40 chains. Ihence weet 20 ehaina,  thence
auuth  40 chaina, thence eut 20 chaina to  the
poinl of commencement containing oighty acrea
more or loaa. _   ______
Dated Auguat 19, 1911. R. F. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 26. P. M. Miller, Agent
Skoena Land DUtricl���Dlalrlct ol Cout Range 6
Take nolice that I, Thomu McClymont ol
Prineo Rupert, B. C, occupation real estate
lirukir. inlend lo apply for permiaalon to purchau
tbo following deacribed landa:
Commonclng at a paot planteel at the S. W.
corner ol pra-omption record 412, thence eut B0
chaina, thence aouth 40 chaina, thence wut 80
chaina to ahore ol lake, thonce following ahor*
ut lake in a nurtberly direction to point of commencement; conUining 320 acre*, more or leaa.
Datod Sepl. 8, 1911. THOMAS McCLYMONT
Pub. Sept. 9. Erenut Cole. Agenl
Skeena Und DUlrict���DUtrlct ot Cout Range 6
Take nolice lhat E. II. G. Miller ol Falmouth
Eng.. occupation aurveyor, inunda to apply Io
li.-riiiia.ai,,n io purchau the loUowing de-ocribod
Commonclng at a post planted at the N. W. Corner of Ul 440b, thence weat 80 rliiaiia, thence aouth
20 chaina, tbenco oul 80 ehalna, thonce north 20
chatna to tho point of commencement conUining
ltiu acroa more or loaa.
Dated Auguat 15, 1911. E. H. G. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 26. P. M. Miller, Agent
Skeena Und DUlrict���DUUict ol Queen Charlotu
Tak* notice lhat Auatin M. Hrown o( Prince
Rupert, occupation uddler, Inunda lo apply to the
Chiel Commlaaioner ol Landa and Worka lor a
licence to proapect lor coal, oil and petroleum on
and under the (ollowing doacribed landa on th*
Woat Cout of Graham laland:
Commencing at a poal planted three mUoa eul
ot the northeaat cornar ol C. Is, No. 4472 thencu
north 80 chaina, thence oaat 80 chaina, thence
aouth 80 chaina, thence woat 80 cbaina to point ol
Located Auguat lal. 1911.
I'ub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Und DUUict���DUtrict ol Cout Range V
Take notlc*.. that I, Peter Uraen of Towner.
Nortb Dakota, U. S. A., larmer, Inund lo apply
tor permUalon to purchaae th* lollowing deecribed
Commonclng at a poat planted at the couth*
uast cornor ol Ut 1729, thence aoulh 80 chatna,
thonce weat 40 cbaina, thence nortb BO chaina,
tbenc* eut 40 chaina lo point of commencement.
Dated July 16, 1911. PETER LAKSKN
Pub July 26, 1911. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
Skeena Und Diatnct -District ol Coaat Range V
Take notice that I, A.lulph II. Chriatianaon ot
Towner, North Dakota, occupaUon attorney-
ut-la a, Inund lo apply for permiaaion to purchau
lhe following deacrihed landa:
Commencing at a poat planted about one and
one-half mile* tl l-2j northeaat ol tbe bead ol
Trout River on the weet an!., ot Lakelu Lake,
and aboul 6 chaina (rom tha lake-front, thence
aoulh 80 chatna, thenc- wee*. 80 chatna, Ibence
north 80 chaina, Ibenc* eut 80 chaina to point
ul commencament.
Dated June 30, 1911. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
I'ub. July 25.
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Skeena Lanl DUlrict -Diilrlcl ol Quaei Charlott
Take notice, that thirty days Irom daU, 1, C. K.
Bainter ol I'rince Ruperl, II. C., by occupation
liuukkoe-K-r, inlend to apply to the Chiel Com-
inisMioner of Unds (or a licenc* to proepect (or
cual and petroleum un and under 640 acroa ol
land on Graham laland deacribed u lollowa:
Commonclng at a post planteel two mile* north
of 0e E. U. i'oal Leaae No. 10, marked N. E.
curner C. E. II. Coal Uau No. 16, thence eouth
m' chaina, thence weat 80 chaina, the. ce north
HO chaina, thenco eaal 80 chaina to place ot commencement.
DaloelSepl.il, 1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und DUlrict-DUtrict ol Queen Charlotte
Tako nolice thai thirty daya Irom .late, 1, C. -.
Bainter of I'rince Ruport, it. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, Intend lo apply to tbe Chief Commlaaioner ol Unda for a licence to proapect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acre* of
land on Graham laland doacribed aa followa:
Commencing at a port planted two milu north
of C. 11. 11. Coal Leaae No. 14, marked N. E.
corner (,'. E. B. Coal Leau No. 17, thence aouth
HO chaina, Ihence west 80 chaina, Ihence north 80
chaina,  thenco eut 80 chains to place of cum-
I tneneemont.
| Dated Sept. 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
, I'ub. Sept. 23.
1 Skeena Und DUlrict���DUtrlct ot Quean Charlotte
Take nollco that Ihirty daya from date, I, C. E,
1 Balnter of I'rince Rupert, it. C, by occupation
: liookkea-por, Intend to apply to the Chiel Com-
| miaaiuner of Landa for a Licence to proapect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acraa of
land on Graham laland deecribed u follows:
Cummenelng al a post planted two milea north
ot C. E. B. Coal Loaae No. 12, marked N. W.
ceirncr C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 18, tbence aouth
HO chains, Ihenco eut HO chains, thence north HO
chains, thence weat 80 chaina to place ol commencement.
Dateel Sept. 11, 1911.     C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sepl. 23.
Skeena Und DUlrict���DUtrlct ot Queen Charlotte
Take notico that thirty nam (rom daU, I, C. E.
llainU-r of Prince Rupert, fi. C., by occupation
bookkeeper, Intend to apply to the Chiel Commlaaioner of Unda tor a licence to proapect for
roal and petroleum on and under 640 acrea of
land on Graham Island deacrll-ed u (ollowa:
Commencing at a post planteel two mllea north
o( C. E. B. Coal Uau No. 8, marked S. E. corn*
0, E. B. Coal l^aao Mo. 14, thence north 80
chains, thence weet 80 chaina, thence south 80
chains, thence tut 80 chains to place nl com-
DatedSept. 11, 1911.     C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeona Und District- DUtrlct of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty days Irom dale, I, C. E
Bainter ol Prince Rupert, II. c., by occupation
liookkia-prr, Intend to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of Lands (or a licence lo prospect (or
eoal and petroleum on and under 640 acre.) of
land on Graham laland described u tnllowa-
Cnmmenclng at a post planled one mile north
ol C. K. II. Coal Uaae No. 10, marked C. E. II.
DM Leaae No. If,, thonce north 80 chains, thence
west HO chaina, Ihence aouth 80 chaina, thence
eaat 80 chains to place of eommencement
l)nt,alSej,i 11,19.1. C. E. BAINTER,'Ucator
I'ub. Sopt, 23.
Skeena Land DUlrict-District of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty daya Irom elt.1*, I. C. E.
Iiiinler nt Prince Rupert, ll. (J |,y occupation
bookkeeper, Intend to apply to the Chief Com-
misaioner ol Lands (or a licenco lo prospect (or
emit antl petroleum on antl under 0*40 acres, nl
land on Grnham Island tleserlbeel u follows*
Commencing Bt a Mat planted iwo mllee nolrh
nl stake markeel 0. B. B. Coal Uau No. 4, market!
N- X $?*"? & *.���>."��� Co"1 --0"6 Nn* 6. ""-"ro
south  80 chains, Ihence west 80 chains, thenco
north 80 chains, thence eut 80 chains lo place ol
DatecI Sept. 11, 1911.    S. E. BAINTER, Ucato,
Pub. Sept. 23.
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H. P. WILSON,  Manager. Prince Rupert Branch.
lead The Daily News
They Bay that the Bishop doeB
not quite approve of liim and for
that reason that he is where litis in tlie church. But then that
is only gossip by the people who
ove big Nolan and who might be
inclined to misunderstand the Bishop.    And,  after  .ill,   the   Bishop
is probably acting wisely. Perhaps
he knows what Nolan is best
adapted to. It may be that he
realises were he to move Nolan
away from the Coast there would
be Sin itself to pay, and the
Coast would cry anathemas upon
Uie Bishop's head and a part
of it at least would go to perdition
out of mourning for the loss of
Nolan. Nolan himself knows it,
grimly, but with a patient philosophy, is content to take a few
moments with his poets when he
has finished his day's work among
the people and to leave the great
city pulpits to other men, and
weaker men you would say���if
you knew Nolan.
Nolan is not his name, though
in the Irish of it, the two are much
the same. But an> man up or
down the Coast would know at
once the man you nicatii and would
direct you to the linglish church
at Port  .    Hc would warn
you, if you were a stranger to the
F;iiher, to beware of his handshake. He would tell you, perhaps
in the interludes of a game of
poker, that the Father was the
first man on the Coast and would
stand for no villainy. If he knew
it he would boast of the Father's
degree in Dublin University, for
the whole Coast is proud of lhal;
and he would assure you lhat the
Father knows the wisdom and
unwisdom of all the world, just
as he knows the sneaking heart
of the whiskey pedlar and the
primitive psychology of the siwash
In the end he would probably
say that whereas he had, himself,
no time for religion he would
adopt Father Nolan's brand of it,
if any, provided he could live
somewhere within fifty miles of
the Father, so as to get a bit of
sound inspiration at least once in
a while.
Nolan has lived there this thiriy-
ihree years and more. Sometimes
perhaps he may wish for greater
audiences and that the men to
whom he preaches could understand everything as he under*
Stands it. But he continues in
the yoke of the Coast, drumming
civilisation and rudimentary morality into the heads of his Indians,
where the Bishop thinks he should
be planting only the seed of
salvation,   though   Nolan  knows
that Salvation would only be choked down by the weeds. And so
with his great voice antl his fists
he is maintaining, first of iill, law
antl order and decency among
his Indians, and then religion.
The Pacific Coast is peopled
with big men, but ill.isl of them
art* pygmies beside .Nolan, and
indeed the time was when lit- was
the giant of British Columbia;
they dreaded him. That is to say,
the crooked dreaded his closed
fist anil his friends dreaded his
open plain and the warmth of
its clasp. Probably he is still
the champion, but he is not called
upon to prove it. He must lie
sixty. His hair is while, and yet
he weighs two hundred and fifty
pounds. Through his tight-lilting
gray homespun clothes, you can
sec the great shoulders of him
like the fort-shoulders of a buffalo.
His limbs are like full-grown firs.
His fists are weights, and above
everything, above the crowd, he
shows his head set back, poised
like ii senator's. Together with
with the body, his Irish mother
gave him grace of face and keenness of eye. He faces every man
in the same way, with dauntless*
ness and  a  steadiness of gase
wherein   lurks   fine   humor   and
impatient understanding. Then-
is nothing of the diffident village
preacher about him, nothing of
the affected scholar, but just
strength and grace of body, fixedness of mind, and ;i cool courage in
his soul.
The Coast is full of siories coi.-
ceruii'g Nolan, but he is so huge
that he has no vanity.   They tell
you how on the Coasl, when a
river boat broke her ties and ilu*
Skeena was carrying Inr nil in
triumph, Nolan seized the end
of the rope and held .In* crafl
for three minutes until help came,
It was a work for horses. They nil
how the Bishop shifted him from
the parish where he hnd worked
so long to another parish, weed-
grown, neglected and soulless, and
how Nolan, afler building a rectory for himself, working late
in the night to do ii, made men of
the shiftless Indians and a. garden
of the untidy Island, Men speak,
almost as if they were ashamed of
themselves, of his hatred for unclean things and cowardliness, of
how he protects weak Indians
from vicious Indians and of how
when a certain siwash tried to
lead a certain foolish one astray
Nolan found him hiding in a
house and gave him a senium
which, it is said, ran in this way:
"Chief Bill, ye're a hound. 1
don't like the touch of ye. Now
I'm not goin' to hairt ye. Ye
needn't be afraid, ye coward, hut
I war-r-r-n ye! 1 war-r-r-n ye,
that I won't stand it, antl if 1
find ye al it again, I'll break ivery
bone in your miserable body,"
With that he tossed the Indian
aside, not with Intended violence,
but the force of his contempt was
so grcat that the siwash fell and
broke an arm, whereupon till Nolan's anger went out. He picked
the villain up in his arms and
Carried him to bed. Then, having
set the fracture, he nursed the
patient and pounded morality into
him, so that thereafter the niitn
Walked in the paths prescribed by
Moses and married the squaw.
One rainy day, looking out the
window, I saw Nolan shrouded in
oilskins and an snu'-wester lumbering down the road. It was
blowing the fiends' particular kind
of weather, and the Pacific was
"Come for a walk," waid Nolan
solemnly, stepping in at the door:
"come till I show ye something."
He led to a jutting rock overlooking the sea and pointed. "D'ye
see it?" he demanded.
"Yes, Canadian fishing vessel,
isn't it?"
"Canadian! Man, it's a poacher!
Can't ye see her lines���Seattle
built? Can't ye see, man, she's
beat in' away with her ill-gotten
gains? And do ye not observe
the Canadian Government vessel
h'.bourin' up forrinst the wind?
Oh! Arrah! Arrah! What sort
of a country air we, that we let
them rob us of our own halibut?
"Look at her-r-r. She's doin'
twenty knots and the Government
vessel eight. Will ye tell me,
man, why in the name of charity
don't they put a real cruiser in
these waters, twenty-one knots,
wireless, and guns? livery one
of the thieves should be shol
on sight, l'tl blow them off the
(ace av the Pacific. Sink her,
spill her in twain. No quarter
I'd say. For will annybody tell
tne for why we should let them
be statin' our fish?"
I could not. It was noi then
generally known along ihe Coast
thiit  lhe matter was involved  in
the Hague arbitrations. I merely
admired   Nolan's outbreak,  and
saved   up   the   brogue   that   Ilis
indignation had let loose as we
saw lhe poacher give the Govern-
niei't ship Kestrel the slip.
"You should have been a soldier, Father," remarked Ilis companion after the Kestrel had given
it up; "I fancy fighting blood is
in your veins."
"Och, but you're right," he
returned in a melai'choly tone.
"I'm stronger on law .ind order
than   on   fine   theological   points,
I'm afraid."
Afterward I confirmed it���that
"war" w;is his weakness. He
loved fights, bill for Ilis Cloth's
sake he stopped, regretfully even
the most promising opes by knocking the heads of the combatants
together. When Lord Diindonalil,
whose name the Father is quick
to defend from unfriendly nei*i'-
liou, was in Canada live years
ago they met and a fine evening
gether, Nolr.n lor the time forgot
his Indians and even perhaps
his ministerial calling, p.s he and
the distinguished officer talked of
wins arid ruinois of war, and
argued whether rope harness was
nol better for the artillery than
leat her. 1 )undonald afterward sent
a set of bagpipes io the mission,
the manipulation of which Nolan
the Hibernian taught to a siwash,
to the perpetual pride and glory
of the mission.
But the wiir instinct cropped
out ill'another way. Honourable
William Templeman, the Minister
of Inland Revenue, visited Prince
Rupert and attended a banquet
in his honor. Nolan and I went.
Nolan w;is to speak. Templcinaii
had been warned that the Irishman was going to attack the
Government for failing to supply
more adequate protection to Canadian fishing interests against the
poachers. The Minister prepared
accordingly to answer the attack
before it was made.
Nolan, innocent, was impatient
for his turn to speak.   Not that he
wanted to occupy the IToor, but
he was Impatient to declare his
wtir on the Government. There
was a long list of speakers even
before the Minister, ami the Father
would turn and whisper, like the
fifty years' old boy that hc is,
"Is't my turn yet? Do I get up
now? Poonch ine when it's my
Of course, lie was disappointed.
Templeman was called upon and
made the long-wanted explanation
about lhe poaching situation. You
could read Nolan's chagrin in his
eyes. He had declared war in
his heart, and here a truce was
offered before he could deliver
even one charge, but his turn
came and he rose.
"Mister Chairman," he said,
"Mister Chairman! The Honourable the Minister of Inland
Revenue, Mister Templeman, has
stolen my thunder. Och, Templeman, hut ye did and ye know il.
I've been labouring al il and
Bavin' up my wrath for ye all
these months and I'm beaten.
More shame to ye, Mister Temple-
There was a pause. He had
been called upon to speak of
matters of defense. That was to
have been his opening. In some
people the pause might  have in-
dicated   embarrassment,   but   in
Nolan it was merely his east*.
The banquetters knew him and
understood. His burly, tanned
face frowning, made more stern
by the close-croppiil white hair,
his beard trimmed to a short
point, his hands clasped behind
him, he searched the room with
his blue eyes. Suddenly they
rested on a British flag, and like
ii Hash he exploded:
"And do ye know thai that
little bit of biiniiii' stands for?"
he cried. "Do ye know all thai
it means out here on this coast,
or back on the other side of the
world where it was firsl made
victorious? Do ye know lhe glory
..I it, men? The honor of it? Do
ye know the Hag ye're under or
do ye only think ye do?"
lb- dropped his right fist 0,1 the
head of a man who was sitting
dangerously near,���the head almost 'disappeared. By Nolan's
(ace the men knew what was
"Half a  league!    Half a  league!
Half ;i league onward.
Into the Valley of death, rode the
Six Hundred���"
the British flag ar.d ourselves
there, after all.
Nexi morning 1 went 10 Nolan's
church, liiiU* bi, tif wooden place
that it Wf.s���draughty, dried out
i'.t tl nol very cheerful, The altar
was a trifle bate. Somebody tried
to cough without precipitating
the whole weight of stillness upon
himself, 1ml failed. 1 heard a
child whispering in a back Beat
and clumsy boots at the door
trying to walk unheard. And
presently an Indian acolyte slipped
In and did little mysterious errands among the choir seats, ar.d
then 1 heard the snore of lhe
bell-rope,   the squeak of   the  bell
resisting on its pivot, and ilu-
bell rang out, over the Ishu d and
over the sea. The little Indian
choir, :i queer little body, droned
in, 10 the tune of "Oi ward Christian Soldiers." With his surplice
hanging from his shoulders, like
bells around the neck of a lion,
Nolan appeared. His eyes searched the congregation. The congregation answered in Btillncss like
soldiers to a general.
And in a great voice he Opened
the service. "Dearly beloved
Brethern, the Scripture moveth
us in sundry places . . ." As
he stood there, ! wished thiit the
Bishop had been there to hear,
and with an open mind. As he
thundered forth upon his flock
of Indians all the meaning of the
Law and the Prophets as il affected
them in their daily lives, with an
intimation that with his own hands
and at lhe same time wiih the
sympathy of his own heart, he
would see to it thai the Law and
the Prophets were accorded iill
that mortal man can accord them;
and as he stood there and talked,
to the end that these Indians
might be made men, real men,
capable of scK-control, ai d worthy
of self-respect ard worthy of offering worship to a real God. One
felt like saxirg as young Mac-
Pherson, the chain-man said when
he w;is ticking off his last minutes
in Nolan's arms, "God must be
proud of you, sir."
1836 1911
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Real Estate Offerings:
Lot on Park Avenue for $1680.    Easy
Lot on Third Avenue, $2500. $101*0 cash.
Lots 15 and 18, Mock 4, Section 5, tor
$1260 saoh.  Easy terms.
Lot 45, Block 14, Section 5, for $1600.
$1000 cash.
Two lots on Sixth  Avenue, Section 5,
$.1000 for the pair.
Double   corner   on   Seventh   Avenue,
Section 5, for $1800.
Lot 9, Block 17, Section 5, for $1800.
(iood terms.
Double corner on Eighth Avenue, Sec-
lion 5, for $1500.
Double comer on Ninth Avenue, Section
5, for $11150 pair.
Lot   on   Hays   Cove   Circle   for   $900.
Easy terms.
Lots 16 und 16, Block 27. Section 6, for
$900 each.   Good terms.
House nnd lot in Section 6, for $1900.
$250 cash, balance $25 per month.
Two lots on Sixth  Avenue, on sewer,
Section 6, for $2000 each.
Lois 33 untl 34, Block 29, Section 6, for
$11500.    Easy terms. ,
Corner lot on Eighth Avenue, Section 6,
for $1000.   Easy terms.
Lot 23, Block 1, Section 7, for $580.
Easy terms.
Good lot on Sixth Avenue, Section 7,
for $550.
Lots 14 and 15, Block 12, Section 7, for
$1200 pair.
Lots 40 and 41, Block 6, Section 7, for
$1100 pair.
Goods lots on Ninth Avenue, Section 7,
for $315 each.
Lot  19, Block 42, Section  7, for $350.
$100 cash.
I/)ts in Section 8, for $26 cash iitid $25
per month.
For Rent
Four   room   house   with    bath.
Avenue, $30 |ht month.
Thne room Hut with bath. Third Avenue, $30 per month.
Thru* room tliu, Washington Block, $20
per month.
McCaffery & Gibbons
The new steel Passenger Steamer
Prince Rupert every Sunday
at 9 a.m. for Vancouver,
arriving Monday afternoon.
For Stewart City on arrival
from Vancouver Friday
Northbound, leaves Vancouver Wednesdays at 9 p.m.
Steerage Fare      -      $6.00
The "Camosun" is the only steame
on the run having water-tight bulkheads and double bottom, thus en
suring safety of paasengers in case
of collision or wreck.
J. H. Rogers, Ticket Agent.
Tennyson would have recognised
the  glories  of  first   Inspiration.
Nol any metlioere oratory, rot
amateur eloeutioii, was it, bill
thc rythm-loviiig soul of Nolan
making itself heard.     It  WM not
a question of a taste for poetry,
whether the man applauded or
not; it wiis a mailer of ears, and
they all heard. They asked for
more, and for more after that
again. Before ihey had finished,
he had iharged and recharged at
Balaclava and a half-dozen other
fields. There in that little room.
under the Swaying cloud of tobatio
smoke    whole   armies    lay    slain
under his feet.   Carnage reigned.
There was bit mil everywhere, and
dismembered bodies, and we wen-
all rampant militarists and imperialists until after a little while im*.    as     II   I i
we recovered amid the fragmentslUs Wl. Helgerson, Ltd.j
of a half-do/.en armies ard fourd | Rea, EtUU J RtnUU |
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Excellently furnished, with
steam heat, electric light, and all
modern conveniences, being absolutely first-class in every respect.
The appointments and service
are equal to any hotel on thc
Raits: $1 Is $3.50 per iij.
G. A. Sweet, Mavn%cr.
Write ua rep*ardinK
the value of your
Prince Rupert property, We will be pleased to keep you posted
as to conditions here.
Sawmill Co. lid
AJIarge stock of dry finishing lumber on hand. Boat
lumber a specialty. Delivery
made at short notice.
Our prices are as low as any.
Call on us before ordering.
the two gentlemen have to-1 that there was merely Nolan nnd
Cor Centre SU ind First Ave. THE DAILY NEWS
Church Services
Services every Sunday In the
Empress Theatre, 11 a.m.  ami
7 ;10 p.m.    Sumlny School and
Bible c*la_��.ut _.;to p. in.
REV. P, W. KERR. M.A., Pastok
Servicer,  every Sumluy  tit   11
a.m.  ami  T.80 p.m.      Sunday
Softool   B.80   p, m.        Rutuca
Rihle Class _.-.ti p.m.
Services every Bundsy tt   11
a.m.   and T.80 p.m.     Sumlay
School nt 2.'.W p.m.
REV. C. R. SING, R.D. Pastor
Sunday Services 11
a. ni., li p. m.. s p.m.
Sumluy School 1.30 p.
m. Public Services
.Monday. Wednesday.
ThurMBy, Saturday at
B p.m. Everybody welcome.
ENS1C.N JOHNSTONE. C'MD't. okfickr
Royal Hotel
Cor. Third Avenue and Sixih St.
The Finett Roomi.
The bsst saulpptd
and steam heated.
Hot and cold baths.
Dininic nwin snd
restaurant      :
Corley & Burgess, Props
7[ ;Z_i
"British Empire"
Here's the worlds
host gun--u Greener Hsmmtrless���
at n price within
tin- reach of all
sportsmen; its got
all the Greener
features, hard
hitting, fur shooting, lusting wear*
there's nothing better;   price
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Steamship    tickets   to   tho   Old
Country  by ull Atlmitir  Lines.
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General Mn.hine Bbop nn.l Ship's
Cariienti'rinir. Alsoaifents fir Fairbanks. Morse   antl  Knox   Gnsolinc
BnginsSe  GmoIIm ESnglnsi and Ac-
' -    iirits t-iirrii'tl in stork.
1 aim. I... anil H..al. foe liter    N.E. .reel of Wharf
Two K.ve Dollar hill* to
pi given nu to bright
\K*yt Bm Mr. Munro.- nt
the Npwr OffloSJ.
Skeena Lantl Diatrict -Diatrict of Queon Charlotte
Tako nolice that thirty daya Irom date, 1, C. E.
Balnter of Prince Rupert. H. <J., by occupation
bookkeeper, intond to apply to tho Chief Commiasioner of Lantl for a licenco to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under 940 acres of
land on (.iraham Inland deacrilied aa follows:
CODm.fltlQ.nj at u poit planted two milea north
of C. E. Li. Coal Lease No. 7. marked C. E. U.
Coal Lease No. \2, ihence south 80 chains, thenco
wast Hi) chuins, thence north 80 chains, tlience
west so chains to place of commencement.
DatedSept. 11, 11)11. C. K. UAINTEH. Locutor
I'ub. Sept. 881
BksSDS Land District -Diatrict of Quoen Charlotte
Tako nolice thai thirty days from date, 1, C. E.
' Hainter of  I'rince  Rupert,  U.  C,  by occupation
, bookkeeper, intend to apply  to tho Chief Com-
: missioner of Lands for a licence to prospect for
coal  and  peiruli-um on  and  under  6*10  acrea ol
land tm -.milium Island described aa follows:
!     Commencing ut u post planted two miles north
of C. K. B, Coal Lease No. 7, market! S. \V. corner
I C.   E.   B.  Coal  Lease  No.   13,  thonco north SO
chuins,   thence  east  SO  chains,   thenco auuth  SI)
chuins.  thence west  80 chains to pluco of com-
I mencement.
Dutedsept. 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
I'ub. Sept. 2J.
' Skeena Land District���District of Quoen Charlotte
'1 uke notice thut thirty days from date, 1, C. E.
- H.iint 1 r i>( Prince Rupert, B. C-, by occupatiun
, bOOklUNpST, intend to upply to tho Chief Com-
! in -.1.'in 1 of Lands for a licence to proapoct for
; coal ami  petroleum on  and under o-IO cares of
1.ui.i on lint hum Island described as follows:
;     Commencing at u post planted two miles north
' of C  K.  B. Coul UflM  No  17, marked N.  E.
corner C. E. B. Coal Lease No. 2.1   thence south
mj chains, thence west  so chains,  thence north
.-M- -chums, thence cast 80 chains to place of com-
1 mcnivment.
; Duted Sept. 12. 1911.    C. E. UAINTEH, Locator
! Rub. Sept. 88.
Skeena Land District���District of Queon Charlotte
Take notie that thirty days from date, 1, C. E
Bainter of I'rince Hupert, U. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to lho Chief Commissioner of Lands fur a licenco to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under b40 acrea of
land on lirutiam Isalml described as followa:
Commencing at a poat planted two milea north
of C. E. B. Coal Leaao No. IS, marked N. W.
curner C. E. B. Coal Leaae Nu. 24, thenco aouth
MJ chums, thence east HO chaina, thence nonh
SO chuins, thence west 80 chains to place uf commencement.
Dated .sept. 12,1911.    C. E. HAINTER, Locator
I'ub. Sepl. 2-J.
Skeena Lund District���DUtrict of Queen Charlott
'lake notice thut thirty days from date, 1, A. T.
Brodflriok ol I'rince Hupert, U, C, by occupation
bank manager, intend to apply to thu Chief Com-
uiiv-uiiur ol Lands for a licence to proapect for
coal and petroloum on and under b-10 acres of
land on Graham laland deacribed as follows:
Commencing at a post planted two miloa north
of C. E. U. Ciil Leaae No. 17, marked S. W,
corner A. T. H. Coal Loaao No. 2j, thenco north
->0 chaina, thenco oast bt> chains, thence aoutb mi
chains, thence west -SO chaina to place of commencement.
Daled Sept. 12,1911. C. E. Hainter, Agent
Fub. Sept. 23.
Skeena I .and Diatrict - DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Take notice ihat thirty days from date, 1. A. T.
Bruderick of Prince Rupert, B. C, by occupation
bank manager, intend lo apply to the Chief Com-
m.iv.tuner ol Land* for a licence to prospect fur
' cual and  petroleum on and under ������ It) caret of
1 land ��'n Graham laland described u followa:
1     Commencing at a poal plnated two milea north
ol C. E.  U. Coal Lease Nu. 20. marked S.  B. .
��� rorner A. T. U. Coal i **.i��  No. 2U, thenre north
j SO chains, thence weal  80 chaina,  ihence aoulh
. 80 chain**, thenc oast 80 chaina to plaoe of cum*
I mencement.
A. T. BRODERICK, Locator
! Dated Sept. 12, 1911. C. E. Hainter, Agent
, I'ub. Sept. 23.
I Skeena Land DUtrict -DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
.     Take nolice that Ihirty daya from date, 1, A. T.
, llroderick uf Pnntv Hupert, H. C, by itecupaliun
bank manager, intend lo apply to the Chief Com- ,
mlasiuner ol Lands for a bcenoe to proapect for
I coal and petroleum on and  under mo cares of
J land on Graham Inland deacribed aa followa:
I     Commencing at a poal planted two milea north
.(tin   Cual Leaae No. 21, marked S.  E
corner of A. T.  U. Coal Leaa* No. 27, thence
1 wnt  SO chains, ihence north  80 chaina, ihenca
������at 80 chaina, thence aouth 80 chaina to place:
1 of commencement.
A. T. BRODERICK. Locator
j Date,) Sept. 12, 1911. A. C. E. Uatnlcr, gent
I I'ul 1. .Sept. 23.
, Skeena Land DUlrict-DUlrlcl ot Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty da;s from date. 1. C. E.
, Hainter of 1'nnce Hupert, B. C , by occupatioo
I bookkeeper. Intend to apply io ibe Chief Com*
I mta��iutier of Lands (or a licence to proapeel for
. coal and petroleum on and under ***** acres of
j land on Graham Island deecribed aa folio-*-:
Commencing ai a post pUnted Ave milea east
of Coal Lease No. 4474, marked C. K. Hainter's
N. K. corner Coal Leaae No. 9, tbence aoulh Ml
chain*, thence *e��t 80 Chat a. thenre north 80
chaina. thence east 80 chaina lo place of commencement.
DatedSepi.il, 1911.    C. E   UAINTEH, Locator
; I'ub. Sept* 24.
Skeena land l).-trict -District of Queen CharloUe
Take notice that thirty days from dale, I, C. E.
Hainter of 1'rlnee Hupert, li C, by occupation
l*ook keeper, Intnd lo apply to lhe chief Com*
miMooner of |__nds for a licence to proapect for
coal and petroleum on and under MO acne of
land on (iraham laland daacribed as followa:
Commencing at a poat planted one mile north
��� f < E. It. Coal Leaae No. .'. marked N. VY.
corner C. E. H. No. 10, thence aouth 80 chaina,
il.er.or aesl ou chains, thence north 80 chaina,
thencr east ni chaina to place of commencement.
Dai-M .Sept. II. 1911. C. E. UAINTEH, Locator
Tub. Sept. 2-3.
Skeena Land District-DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Take notice ihat thirty daya (ronm date, I, C. E.
Bainter of I'rince Hupert, It. C, occupation book
keeper, intend to apply lo the Chief Comrn twin ner
of l-amta for a licence lo proapect for coal and
petroleum on and under M��> acraa of land on
liraham laland described aa followa;
1 OMMMbV al a |��oat planted two milea north
of Cm I. B t oal lAtxm* No i\ marked N. E. corner
of C E. II. Coal Leaae No. II, tbence aouth 80
chair,., thence weat HO chaina, thence north 80
chaina, thence east 80 chains to place of commencement,
Daipiisept.il, 1911.    C. E. UAINTEH, Locator
I'ub. -.Sept. 23.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrlct of Queen Charlotu
Take notlc* lhat Austin M. Ilrown of Prince
Rupert, occupation aaddler, ..-tends to apply lo
the Chief Commiaaioner of Landa and Works for
a licence to prn��peri tor Coal, oil and petroleum on
and under the following deacrlbod landa on the
V*mt Coaat of liraham Island:
Commencing at a posl planted three mil* taal
of ihe northeast corner of C. L. No. 4472 ihence
mj chaina west, ihence SO chaina north, Ihence 80
chaina aaat, Ihenca 80 chains eouth to poinl ot
l-ocaiM Auguat ***. Itll.
I'ub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Land DUtrict���DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Tak* notice that Austin M. Urown ot I'rince
Rupert, -occupation aaddler, intenda tn ���pply lo
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Worka for a
licence to prua|*��t fur coal, oil and petroleum on
and under tbe follownig daacribed landa m the
Wrat Coaat of Graham laland:
Commencing at a poal planted three mllea east
of the aoutheaat corner of C. I*. No. 4470 thence
norlh *���*. chatna, thenc* eaat SO chaina, thencr
aoulh 80 chains, ihence weet SO chain* to point of
I,ocated AuguM let. 1911.
I'ub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Land DUtrlct���DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Take notice lhat Auatih M. Hrown of Prince
Rupert, occupation aaddler, Intenda to apply to
1 th* Chief Commiaaioner of Landa aad Worka for
a licenc* lo proapect for coal, oil and petroleum
on and under the following deecribed Unda on the
Wrat Coaat of Graham Island:
Commencing at a poal planled three milea east
of th* aoutheaat corner of C. I. No. 4476 thence
B0 chaina weal, thence SO chaina north, 80 chains
���Ml, thence 80 chaina aouth to point of commencement
Located Auguat 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict ot Queen Charlott
Take nntlr* lhat Auatin M Hrown of Princ*
Rupert, occupation aaddler, intends to apply
to th* Chief CommUaioner of Landa and Work*
for a licence to proapect for coal, oil and petroleum
on and under the following deecribed lands^��n tbe
Weet Coast of Graham laland:
Commencing at a poat planted three miles eaat
of th* aoulheaat corner of C. L. No. 4470 Ihence
weat 80 chaina, thenn north 80 chaina, Ihence
eaat SO chaina, thenc* aouth SO chain* to point ol
AUSTIN M. UROWN, locator
Located Auguat 1st, 1911.
Skeena Und DUlrict-District ot Queen Charlott
Take notice lhat Auatin M. Brown of Prince
i H'if"rt,  saddler.  Intenda to applv  to th*  Chief
' Commiaaioner of Landa and Works tor a licence
tc proapect for coal,  oil  and petroleum  on  and
under the following descrilied lands on the Weat
Skeenu Lund District - District of Queen Charlotte
Take notice thut thirty duys after date, 1, C. E.
Balnter of PrinM Rupert, li. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, inteml to apply to tho Chief Com-
misxiuner of Lunds for u licenco to prospect for
coul und petroleum on und under ii 10 acrea of
lund on Qrshsm Island described us followa:
Commencing ut u post piunted two milea north
ol C. K. B. Coal Louse No. l;(, marked S. W.
corner C. K. B. Coul Lease No. 19,' thonco north
SO chuins, thence Hit SO chuins, thonce south 80
cliuiti-*, thence west SO chuins to place of commencement.
Dated Sept. 11, LOU,    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
I'ub. Sept. 23.
Skeenu Lund Dislrict - District of Quran Charlotto
Take notice thut thirtj days (rom date, I, C. K.
Balnter of I'rince Rupert, B, C., by occupation
bookkeeper. Intond to upply, to the Chief Com*
missioner ol Landi for u licenco to prospect for
coul und petroleum ouUml under ti-10 acres of land
on Gruhum Islund described as follows:
Commencing st u post piunted two miloa north
of C. ll. R. Coul U'use No. 14, marked S. W.
corner C. K. R. Coal Lease No. 20, thence north
SO chains, tlience west 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, t hence eust 80 chains to place of commencement.
DatedSept. 11. I'.UL    C. E. UAINTEH, Locator
Tub. Sept, 8*0*1
Skeenu I.und Putrid -District of Queen CharloUe
Tske notlee ihat thirty days after date, I, C. E.
Bslnter of Prince Rupert, B. C, by occuputiou
bookkeeper, intend tO apply to tho Chief Commissioner of Lunds fur u licence to prospect for
cuul und petroleum on und under 610 acrea of
bind on Qmhsm Islund dwenbed aa follows:
Commencing; ut a post planted two miloa north
of C. i:. B. Coal l.euse No, 16, marked S. E.
corner C. K. R. Coul Leaao No. 21, thunce north
SO chuins ihence wesl 80 chains, thenco aouth 80
chains, thence east 80 chains to place of corn-
men cement.
DatedSept. U, 1911.    C. E. UAINTEH, Ucator
Skeemi Lund District ���DUtrict of Queen Charlotto
Take nutice thut thirty days from date, I. C. E.
Ouinter uf I'rince Rupert, H. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply to tho Chief Com-
mi-v-iuiicr of Unds for a licence to prospect for
coul und petroleum on and under MO ucres of
oland on Graham Islund described as follows:
Commencing at a post planted two miles north
uf C. E. B. Coul Uaac Nu. It!, marked N. E.
corner C. E. B. Coal Uaae No. 22, thenco aouth
so chuins, thence wost 80 chains, thence north 80
chums, ihence eaat 80 cbains to place ot commencement. >
Dltfld Sept. 12, 1911.    C. E. BAINTER. L3Cato
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Coaat Range 8
Take notico that I, John Rutherford Heatty
of I'rinco Rupert, occupation engineer, intend
to apply for permlasion to purchaao the following
described landa:
Commencing at a poat planted on the eaat
shore of the Exchumsik River, and being about
two miles nonherly from th* mouth of the said
Exchumsik Hiver, and which post U about forty
chains nurth from a stake planted on the Exchumsik
Hiver and known aa ' E9"; ihence north 40
chaina, thence cast SO chains, thenoe south SO
chains, thencu weat forty chains, ihence north
40 chains, thenre weat 40 chains to the place of
rommenrament, containing 480 acre* more or leas.
Dated September 12, 1911,
Skeena Und DUtrict -DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Take nolice thai ihirty days from date. I, C. E
Hainter uf Prince Rupert, U. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to Bppl) lo the'Chief Commiaaioner uf Lands for a licence to proapect fur
coal and petroleum on and under 040 acres of
land on liraham Island deecribed as fellows:
Commencing at a post planted live milea cast
uf Coal Lease No. 44t>7, marked C. E. U. Coal
Uaae No. 1, N. E. curner, ihence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thencv east SO chains,
thence north M) chains lo place of commencemenl.
Daled Sept. 11,1911 C. E. UAINTEH, Locator
Pub. Sept 23.
Skeena Und Diatrict���DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
Take nolice that thirty days from date, I, C. E
Rainier of Prince Rupert, It. C\, by occupation
bookkeeper, inlend lo apply to the Chief Commiaaioner of Unda for a licence lo proapect for
coal and petrolrum on and under oiu acrta of
laml on liraham Island described as follows:
Commencing al a posl planted live miles eaat
of Coal Uase No. 1167, marked C. E. U. N. W.
eorner Nu. 2. thence south eo chains, thence eaat
80 chaina, thrnce north 80 chains, thencu aaal
SO chaina to place of commencement.
DatedSept. 11, 1911. C. E. HAINTER, Ucaior
Pub. SepL 23.
1 i.iiwi 01  -.tranaro   i wino.
I 1     Commencing at a post planted two m
��� 1 of the northeaat corner ot G. L. No. 4471
1 j sn chains eaat, thenm 80 chains aoulh, tl
__^       L , chslna weat, thenee 80 chains north lo
" W , pomni��ir��wnl..
..Whites Portland Cement...! 2i_2
lew **--.
417S thine*
theme* St)
i--.ni.  ol
I>*t* ol Lotailon Max loir mil.
I . .....
The Diplomats of Europe Find It Difficult to Pick the Very Best Hus-
 band for Princess "Vicky"	
PUmI25      Naden Block       StctriAtt1
Und DUlrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlotu
Taka nolle* that Austin M. Hrown of Prince
itupert, U. CL occupauon aaddlor, Inunda lo
apply to tb* I hlef Commissioner of Lands and
V.orka tor a licenc* to prospect for coal, oil and
petroleum on and under lb* folloalng described
lands on the Weat Coast of Graham Island:
Commencing at a pott planted thre* mtlao east
of tb* northeaat corner of C. !_. No. 447s tbence
SO chains south, ihence 80 chains aast, th*nc* 80
chaini nonh, thene* SO chains want to point of
Date of location 3lsi July. 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
keena Und DUtrict���DUlrict ol Quc*n Charlotte
Lais mla
Take nolle* that Auatin XI. Urown of Princ*
Rupert, occupation aaddler, InUnda to apply
u the Chief Commiasioner of Unds and Works
for a licence to proapect for coal, oil and petroleum
on and under tne folluwing described lands on the
Waat Coaal 1 (liraham Island:
Commencing at a post planted three miles east
of the northeast cornor of C. I. No. 4474 thenc*
SO chains south, lhanc* SO chaina west, thenc* SO
chaina north, Ihence SO chains easl lo point ot
I/>cated August 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aut* 17*
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlotu
Tak* notice lhal Austin M. Urown ol I'rince
Rupert, occupaUon aaddler, InUnda lo apply
to tbe Chief ComrnUsigner ot Lands and W'orks
for a licence lo proapect for coal, oil and petroleum
on and under the following described lands on the
West Coast of Ciraham Island:
Commencing at a |��ost planled three milea east
ot the northeaat corner ot C. L. No. 4471, ihence
HU chains east, tbence SO chains south, ihence 80
cbaina west, thenre 80 chains north to point of
com mencement.
Ucated August 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Und Di-trict- Diatrict of Queen Charlotte
Take noitn thai Ihtriy daya from daU, I, C. E.
Ilainler ot Prince Rupert, U. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply lo Ih* Chief Com-
miaaiur.er of Unda for a licence lo proapect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acres of
land on liraham laland deacrilied as folloma:
Commeneing al a poal planted five milea eaat
ot �� o*l I - _- No. |m marked C. E. It. S. W.
corner ��� l Coal I * a*** Nu. 3, thence east su chains,
Ihence north SU chains, thence west SO chsins,
(hence snulh 80 ehaina tu place of commencement.
Dated Mpi. II, 1911. C 1 UAINTEH. Locator
Pub. Sept. 2 I.
Skeena Und DUIrirt -DUtrict nl Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty daya from date, I, C. E.
Rainier ol Prince Rupert, 11. C., by occupatk>*-
booklweper, intend tn apply to the Chief Commiaaioner of Unda for a licence to prospect tor
coal and petroleum on and under 040 acrea of
land on Graham laland deacrilied as followa:
Commencing at a poat planted live miles ra��l
ot Coal I ******** No. 4470, marked 0. E. H. S. E
rorner Coal Uase No. I, ihence weal SO chains,
thenee north 8" rhaina, Ihenee east SO chains,
thence south 80 chains lo place of commencemenl.
Dated Sept. 11,1911. C. E. UAINTEK, Locator
Pub. SepL 23.
Skeena Und DUtrict���District of Queen Charlott
Take nolice lhat Austin M. Hrown of Prince
Ruperl, saddler, InUnds to apply lo the Chief
CommUaioner of Unds and Worka for a licence
to proapect for cosl, oil and petroleum on and
under the following deecribed lands on the West
Coaat of liraham Island:
Commencing at ��� post planted three miles easl
of the northeast corner of C. L. No. 4469 thence
south 80 chains, thence 80 ehslns west, thenee 80
chaina north, thence 80 chaini eaat to point ot
Locstrd Auguat 1*L 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Und DUtrlct���DUtrlct of Queen Charlotu
Take notice thit Austin XI. Urown ot Prince
Rupert, occupaUon saddler, intends to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Unds and Works for
a licence lo proapect for coal, oil ar.d netroleum on
and under tho following deacribed lands on thu
West Coasl of 1 rf sham Island:
Commencing at a post planted three miles east
of the aoutheaat corner of I*. I_ No. 4476 Ihenee
norlh SO chains, Ihence esst 80 chains, thence south
SO chains, Ihence weet 80 chains to p-.ini of commencement.
Ucated August 1st, 1911
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skwna Und DUtrict���DUtrlct of Queen Charlotte
Take notice thst Austin M. Hrown nf Prince
I Rupert, saddler hy occupation, Intends to apply
to the Chief Commissioner of Unds and Works
1 tor a licence In prnsft-ect for c-jil, oil and petroleum
nn and under the follnwlng deacribed (amis on ths
W��rt Coaat nt (Iraham laland:
Cnmmenclng at a post planted three miles easl
of lhe northeast rorne- of C. I* No. 4471 thence
south 80 chains, thenee wast 80 chains, thence
north 80 ehalns.thenee eaat SO chaina to point
ol co mmen cement
t AUSTIN   M.   UROWN,   Locator
Ucated August 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
All England is benl on matchmaking, Busy aiilis of Cupid
have been hunt ing a bride for the
Prince of Wales have now turned
their attention to the little Princess Mary Victoria popularly
known as the Princess "Vickey."
She is fourteen. Most Ri'ls
of her years are dreaming .>! the
pri-ces they fiiul ir their Btory
books. This little ��iii may nol
indulge such visions for a moment.
Her prince-husband tmi>i be chosen
from the stupid pages of the fat
little "Almanch de Gotha," the
only book in the world where
every character in it has some high
sounding title.
Perhaps the little Princess
"Vickey" is more interested In
her wonderful art patchwork, or
in dressing her mai v il.'lls of all
nations, than in thinking about
any sort of a husband, romantic
or otherwise. She knows that It
is useless to even dream of a fairy
prince for she musi meekly wed
the boy picked out for her by her
parenis and the foreign office.
To royalty Cupid comes dressed
as a great war lord who has more
power than a Bonaparte to change
the map of Europe. A marriage
will cement one kingdom with
another, disrupt a third, and s<> ii
The pretty little princess, who
is still a "flapper," as the English
call girls of her age. is but a pawn
in the game. Tht re is only c
bare possibility that Princess Mary
Victoria will ever rt ign over England, but because of this one
chance her consort must be chosen
wisely and well.
Germany offers ; gallc: * suitor,
in tlu* person of Prince Oscar,
fifth son of Emperor Willi, m, ;
I'd just turned eighteen. A marriage with him would be advantageous as far a.s politics is concerned, bu! King C.eorge aid
Emperor William are opposed to
any more unions between their
two houses where so much intermarriage has played havoc. Nature is a greater king and tyrant
than any of them all.
The name of Prince George
of Saxony is written in red letters
On the books of the foreign office
a> a seii.or for the hard of the
princess. He is a fine sturdy
youth, just eighteen. The English
subjects   have   a   .-.ining   Saxon
leaning, and would be glad lo see
this union. His brother Fretlerich
Christian a year younger, too is
a possible claimant.
Another marriage which would
plea.se the people of Britain would
be with Prince Gustav the twenty-
four year old son of the King of
Denmark, Frederich VIII. In
Austria-Hungary tire two sons of
the late Archduke Otto, and the
young nephew of Emperor Franz-
Joseph, Prince Karl, just twenty-
three, Also there is Prince Alexander of Servia, heir to the Servian
throne, who passeil his majority
tWO years ago.
This would be a 'brilliant marriage for through ii the little
princess might some day sil on a
The most important candidates
for marriage with Princess "Yiek-
ey," who is not the son of an
actual reigning sovereign, is the
grand-duke of Mecklenburg-Stre*
litz, known at the German court
as "Prince Karl Strelitz." Many
hope that he will be the lucky
suitor. Perhaps the little English
girl hopes so herself, for Prince
Karl is a dashing young fellow,
handsome and debonair. He is
a most lovable young fellow, and
as poor as a church-mouse.
So far as the foreign office is
concerned, the mosi important
figure is Prince Eric of Sweden,
son of King Gustavc, and in his
own righi Duke of Yastniai'land.
He is the suitor whom people
claiming to be well acquainted
with such intricate matters say
will be the chosen one. Marriage
ivith him would strengthen weakening alliances and cause r.o trouble
with other lutrioiw.
Prince Eric ia immensely wealthy
only twenty-two, rather good-looking, and though small of stature
it*, ro weakling. He has been
brought up unostentatiously and
wi.h a. far greater Idea of hi*
duties to bis people than iheir
duty in him.
He is distantly related to the
very much related Princess "Vickey" which is a great thing in his
favor. Probably only three more
years of freedom are left to the
little English Princess and then
in all probability she Will exchange
lhat title for a sonorous Swedish
Slerana Und Diitricl    Ili.teirt eif Caaalar
Taka notio. lhal H. H. Slej-wart ol Vane*ouv*r.
B.  C,  eKCaipallon   Irackaian.   int.-mla   to  apply
le.r |irrmiaai..n lo purchaa* th. lollowln, .1.   rnl��.|
laneb: ...__. ���-
Commanrlng al a poa) planle-el 40 chaina aouth
ol l*i.- atii|iiiiui No. 3,7 and 62 ch.in, oaat from
th* Naa. Rivar (S. W. Cat th.nc* 40 chain, eaat,
tli.-ni*.- 40 chaina north, th.ni*-. 40 chaina we-al,
thrnce 40 ehalna aoulh to th. point of commenrc-
m*nl lo contain 160 acre-, mon- or le***.
I).leal Aug, I'll Jame. T. Fullrrton, Agent
Pub.:-. i-t 23.
Skeat-na Und DUtrlct -lltotrlct ol Coaat IUnge 5
Tak. nolle* that Harold K. Smith ol Morelv.
Alia., occupation .talion aganl, Inlend. lo apply
for permlauon to purcl-ia*. lh. following de-r-crilied
Commencing at a poat planteel at lhe aouth
*.-at enmerr 100 chain, eaat and 40 chaina north
Irom N. K. vomer ol Lot 1110. Harvey*. Sur.i.v
t i.a.t lltalrict Range '���. thance 40 ch.ina eaat,
thenc* an rhaina north, Ihence 40 chaina weat.
thence HO chain, aoulh to poat of commence-ment
containing :l2t) acrea, more or lew.
11.leal .Sept. 18, 1,11. HAIIUU)  K. SMITH
I'ub. Sepl. 2��. Fred W. Uohler, Agen
Skeena Und iM.ttirt -Dlrtrlet of Coaat Range 5
Take noUce that Hiram Roy McTaviah ol
Winnipeg, Man., occupation barriater. intend,
lo apply lor permiaaion '<��� purchaw the (ollowing
deaacrilH-d land.:
Commencing at a po.t planteel at lhe aouthweat
comer 40 chain, eaat and 40 chain, north (rom
N. E. eorn.r ol Lol 1116, Harvey'. Survey Coaal
1'iaieiri Range 5, thene?* 60 chain, ea.1. Hence
60 ch.ln. north, thence 60 chain, weal, thence 60
chaina aouth lo pert of commencement containing
'ISO acre, more or lew*.
Dateel Sepl. 11 1911    HIRAM ROY McTAVlSH
l-ub. Sept. 23. I        Fred W. Uohler. Agent
Skeena Land DUtrict ���Dl-lrlrt ol Coaat Range 6
Take notice lhat Louie McTaviah ol Vancouver.
occupaUon married woman. Intenda to apply
for perml-wlon to purehaw. lhe following deacrihed
Commencing al a port planled at tho northweat corner 100 chaina ea��t and 40 chaina north
Irom N. K. corner of Le>t 1116, Harvey'a Survey
Coaat DUtrict Range 5. ther.ce 20 chaina aouth,
thence 80 chain. >���*���'. thence 80 chaina north,
hence 40 chain, we*), thence 60 chatna .outh,
thenca 40 chain, weal to poet ol commencement
limit BinitiK Itlll acre, more or leaa.
D.ted Sept. 18. 1B11. LOTTIE McTACISH
I'ub. Sept 23 Freel We Uohler, Agent
Skeena Und DUlrict���Dittrict of Coa��t Ranga 6
Take notice lhat Frank s, Millar of London,
Eng., occupation civil engineer, Inlend. to apply
for permiaaion to purchaM the following described
ianda: .   _
Commencing at a peeat planteel at the N. E.
Corner ol Lot 28, Ihenca north 20 chain., thence
weat 20 chaina, thenca aouth 20 ch.ina, thence
eaat 20 chaina to point of eommencement, containing 40 .ere. mora or lew.
Dateel Auguat 16, 1011. FRANK S. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 28. T. M. Millar, Agent
Skesna Und DUUict -DUtrict of Coaat Range 6
Taka notice that Herbert 1. Mackle of Pembroke, Out., occupaUon lumberman, Intend, lo
apply for permiaalon to purchuae the following
deecribed landa:
Commencing at a poet |>l.nte-d on the left bank
nl the Zymoiioita or Zlm-a-gotlU River, at -wuih-
weal corner of Ut 1706, thence northerly, following
the westerly boundary ol Ut 1706, 80 chain,
mora or leaa, to the northweat corner of aaid U)l
1706, thence westerly and aoulherly, lollowlng
the lelt bank of aald river, 80 chaina more or leaa to
point of commencement containing 160 acres
more nr less.
1...I-..O.I Augutt 19, 1911.
Dated Augual 21, 1911.    HERRF.RT J. MACKIE
Pub. Aug. 26. Frederick S. Clements, Agent
Skeena Und DUlrict���DUtrlct ol Coatt Range V
Taka  notice  that   I,   Paul   Hasan   of   Prlnea
Rupert, laborer,  inlend Xo  apply lor permiaaion
to purchase the lollowing described landa*.
Commencing at a pott planted on the north
bank ol Williams Creek about 60 chain, eouth-
eatt Irom tl. It., thance -aouth 40 chain., thenee
aaat 40 chain., tbenee north 40 chain*, thenc.
we-at 40 chain, to point ol commencement.
Dated July 1, 1911. . PAUL IIAOEN
Pub. July 26. Fred E. Cowall, Agsnt
to measure
FOR *8.60
Curion'a SB.SO  Ovesrooat Im.
boon vnluod by ollanta at t20.
All Curzon clothing is sold with a
guarantee (satisfaction given or money
returned) and is produced from genuine
British Textiles.
Greatest attention is paid to the cutting
of every individual order, and   the   style
of production  is equal to anything sold
anywhere at twice and thrice the money���
at least, this is what the Curzon clientele
say about the Curzon *8.60 Overcoat.
Then there is the tailoring. As is well
known, London is the hub of the tailoring
craft,and Messrs. Curzon Bros.,as practical
tailoring experts themselves, are in a "
posit iou to secure the most qualified
workmen in the trade. For all these reasons
Curzon tailoring is sold with the following guarantee:
Ono   Silver   and   Two   Gold   Medal   Awardi.
Our methods appeal to the thoughtful man : that is perhaps why wo
number among our clientele such well-known men as tin* following:���
Rev. R. J. Campbell, Hon. G. E. Foster. M.P., Horatio Bott nil. v. Ml'.
Lieut.-Col. A. K. Belcher, Lieut. Col. Dr. S. H. Glasgow, Hon. R, R,
Fitzgerald, Rev. Canon Davidson, Conite. L'baldo Benl, J. P. Downey,
M.P., \V. H. Doyle, M.P., Hon. F. W. Aylmer, Mr. Euitaco Milt'-,
��r. T. R. Allinson, Major-Gen. J. C. Kuichant, Mr. Mathcson Lang,
Mr. Montague Holbein.
Fill in a post card and address same to us as below, asking fur ont
latest assortment of materials. Together with patterns, we send you
fashion-plates and complete instructions for accurate self-measurement.
tape measure, all sent free and carri.ge paid. We dispatch your ordei
within seven days, and if you do not approve, return the goods, and
wc will rcfuud the money.
Address for Patterns I
449 Spadlna Avenue, TORONTO, ONTARIO.        '
The Worlds
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General Merchandise       - -       Largest Slock
Lowest Prices in Northern B. C.   j
Skcvnt Und DUtrict���Dlitrict ot Cout Kane-* V
Tako nolle* that 1. I'eter Erickaon ot Trine*
Rupert, laborer.  int��nd to apply  (or parmiaaion
lo purchaao the following de*cribo,l landi:
Commencing at a poat planted on the north
hank ot WUliama Creek where the railway right-
ol->way ctoawaa and 9 chaina back from tho creek
bank, thence eouth 30 chaina, thence eaat 40
chain*, thence norih 30 chaina, tunc- wert 40
chaina to point of commencement.
Datod July 7, 1911. PETER ERICKSON
Pub. July 2S. Kred E. Cowell, Agenl
Skeena Und Diatrict���Diatrict of Coaat Range V
Tak* notice that I, John .Evcnaon ot  Prince
Rupert, laborer,  Inlend to apply  for permiaalon
lo purchaae the following deacribed landa:
Comnwidng at a post planted al lhc aoutheaat corner of Lot 4415, thenca north *���>* chainaf
thenoe eaat GO ehalna, Ihenc* aouth HO chaina,
thence weat 60 chaina lo point of mmmencement.
Dated July 13, 1911. JOHN EVKNSON
I'ub. July 25. Kred K. Cowell, Agent
Skeena Und DUtrlct -DUtricl of Coaat Range V
Take notice that 1, Benjamin A. FUh ot Towner, 1
N*   I >..   occupation   merchant,   Intend   to  apply |
lor perinUaton to purchaaa the following doacribed ,
Commendng  at  a poat  planted  on   the eaat I
boundary and about live chaini from the aouth- [
eaat corner of Ut 44-H4, thence north 60 chaina,
thence aaat 30  chaina, thence aouth 60 chaina, '
thence weat 30 chaina to point of commencement.
DatedJune 24, 1911. llENJAMIN A. I-l .Ml
Pub. July 25. Kred E. Cowell, Agent
keena Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Coait Range 5
Take   notice   that   Sunley   Ureen   of   Princ*
Rupert, II. On occupation miner, intenda to apply
for permiaaloa to purchaae the foll6wing deacritwl
Commencing at a post plmted 40 chaini aoulh
and 40 chaini weat of lhe northweat corner of
Ut 1733, Ukelae Valley, DUtrlct of Coaat Range
5, thence weat 40 chaina, thence aouth mi chaini,
thence eait 40 chains, ihence north HO chaini lo
Solnt of commencement,
laked June 30th, 1911 STANLEY GREEN
Pub. July 16. Locator
Skeena Und DUtrict-District of Coait Ramrc 5
Take notice that Percy M Miller of Prince i: -i ���
pert, 11.C., occupation Civil Engineer, intemlt to
apply for permission to purcbaae the following
described landa:
Commencing at a poat piunted nn the left hank
of McNeil River at north west corner of lot 44<r��
R.V., thence eaat 20 chaina more or leaa to westerly boundary of timber limit ���'< ��� (old number
4(Kll(,) thenee northerly following aaid wenterlv
boundary of timber limit 00 chains more or let>a
to north west corner of said timl��er limit, thenee
westerly 20 chaina more or lesa to left Imnk of
McNeil Hiver, thence southerly following aaid
left bank of McNeil River flO chaina more or less
to point of commencement, containing l-��- ncres
more or leas.
E. Klexman, Agenl
Hate June 19. 1911
Pub. July 19.1911
Skeena Land District-District of Caaaiar
Take notice that 1, Thomas Carter, of Prince
Rupert, occupation carpenter,  intend  to apply
for permiaaion lo purchase thc following described land.
Commencing at a post planted about one mile
south from the mouth of Falls crrek and about
IfiOfeet back from the bench, thence HO chaina
north, thence 40 chnins weat, thence m chains
aouth, thence eaat 40 chains to point of pommence-
ment, containing 320 acres more or lesa.
Dated July 7th, 1911.    Charles Websler Calhoun,
Pub. Aug. Sth. Agent.
Skeena Und Diatrict���District of Coait Range V
Take notlee that I, George Klme of Towner,
North Dakota. V, S, A., farmer, intend to apply
for permUalon to purchase tha following described
Commencing at a post planted at tho aouthweat corner of Ut 2287, thence oaat 80 chains,
thence aouth 40 chalm, thenco wost 40 chaina
thence aouth 40 chalm, thenc* woat 40 chains
thence north 80 chalm to point of commencemen
containing 4H0 acre* more or leea.
Dated July 16, 1911 QEOROE KIME
Pub. July 26. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
v. k. <;.
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Real Estate and Stock Brokers
Prince Rupert
The Canadian General Electric Co., Limited
The Canada Foundry Co., Limited   -    Toronto, Ont.
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When in   Vancouver   You   Should   Stay at the
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Hot and Cold Water In each room.
Vancouver, B.C.
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*  The Finest, Newest and Most Up-to-date Hotel In Vain'o^*'*'
Excellent Cafe. Moderate Prices.
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Phone 8500. X
;anadian Pacitic Railway
. Coast service ��� Famous Prircesa
Princess May
Friday, October 6th, at 9 ��.m.
Victoria, Viineouver ami Seattle
1. McNab - General Agenl
nible Weekly Service
Prince Rupert, S.S. Prince George
londays and Fridays, 8 a.m.
Prince John sails for Port Simp-
in, Naas Kiver, and Stewart, Wed-
���silays. 1 p.m.; and for Masset and
���den Harbor Thursdays 12 p. m.
ut* Skidegate, Rose Harbor, etc.,
iturdiiys 1 p.m.
Railway Service to Copper River
itl trains from Prince Rupert Mon-
jy��,  Wednesdays and Saturdays,  1
in., returning Tuesdays, Thursdays
id Sundays at 4 p.m.
he Grand Trunk Railway Sy.tem
cting with trainB from the Pacific
V' operates a frequent and conven-
1 service of luxurious trains over ita
pie track route between Chicago,
Onto, Montreal, Quebec, Halifax,
Eland, Boston, New York and I'hila-
Ihiii. Atlantic Steamship bookings
pged via all lines. Full informa-
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It of
ice Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
.very Tuesday Evening
| members of  the  order in the city
tre requested to visit the lodge.
J. P. CADE. N. G.
J. GLUCK. Sec.
QOT  |)
(t. for Charter for a
application will be mude to the Parliament of Canuda at the next .session
thereof, for an Act incorporating a
Railwuy_Compuny_undcr the name of
"The Pacific, Trans-Canada and Hudson
Bay Railway Company," with power
to luy out, construct and operate a line
of ruilwuy from a point in the Province
of Alberta, at or near the City of Edmonton, thence northerly by the most
feasible route to, ut, or near Athabascu
Landing; thence northwesterly northeast of Lesser Slave Luke to Wabiska
or Loon River; thence northerly to a
point at or near the junction of the
Loon River with the l'eucc River, or
at a point near the junction of the
Red River with the Peace River, below
Fort Vermillion on the Peace River;
thence northerly to Fort Smith on the
Slave River; fcTom a point on the said
railroad near its crossing of the Wabiska
River or the Loon River easterly to
Fort McMurruy on the Athabascu
River; thence easterly along the Clearwater river and Chruchill River through
the Province of Saskatchewan to Fort
Churchill or Port Nelson on the Hudson
Bay: From a point on suid railroad
near its crossing of the Wabiska or
Loon River, westerly to Peace River
crossing on the Peace River; thence
westerly on the north side of the river
through Laurier Pass to Prince Rupert
or Portland Canal on the Pacific Coast
in Hritisli Columbiu; with power to
construct and operate telegraph and
telephone and cable lines for general
public purposes; to carry on, construct,
maintain and operate boats and ferries
for the purposes of the railwuy und
other purposes; to acquire and make
use of lunds, waterlots, wharves, docks,
dock-yards, slips, warehouses, elevators
and other conveniences; and with
power to enter into Agreements with
other Companies.
Solicitors for the Applicants
Dated at Ottawa this 12th day of
September, A. D., 1911. 6w
Comfortable Cottage
2 Rooms, upstairs and 4 rooms
on ground floor. Lath and plastered.   City water���$25 a month
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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 tho ladies of Prime Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed tbat "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
Parisian Fashion Experts Predict Fuller Lines
Thc Introduction of more fullness
In skirts is the latest tlit-ttini of
the autocrat Fashion.
The most inexperienced women
examining those latest models from
P.-iris that have just reached us
will notice that change. To be
sure, the average frock is straight
in line; but here and there one
sees the double skin, the triple
skirt, the skirl of tiny frills and
ihis pole of fulness becomes more
ii-sistcnt as the season advances.
The Rue de la IV.ix is beginning
io bring out new models i��� > which
fullness has a decided place. Narrow flounces are Been on ilu*
hems of frocks fashioned <>f chiffons
and gauzes.
The straight wide hem I'-cl tho
liacil of Btain li.'.ishii'u skins has
claimed thc attention of fashionable women for so long n time that
a change of this son imnii-dip.tely
calls attention to itself.
There will undoubtedl) be an
effort on the part t,f ihe more
progressive fashion makers lo widen the skirts very perceptibly;
but this is rot likely in lie I. ken
up, at least during thc early season.
Frills of valefcietti-a and narrow laces will g" to give new
skins the desired fullness, Vet
even these are stiff enough to lia.-.g
perfectly straight and give a delightful frou-frou effeel without
actually widening to any perceptible degree the general lines.
Dr. I-.wing has gone soulh for
a time, but may be expected back
shorily. He left by the Rupert
yesterday morning.
g sij
I  Henry Bir^s & Son, Limited $
('.ives the most efficient WATCH
service In the Dominion. We
furnish any Swiss or American
movement thai i-a worthy of being
handled by us. See our catalogue
or write for fur,her information
and prices.     ;:::::
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
Jewellers and Silversmiths
Second Ava.
m_. r...���. ac.; im-S:S:S:aSin3S3UKS:S:t!!3miS:t!USSlt!:S:��:u
Mill Lange, the famous old ball
player of Chicago and now a
resident <>f San l-'rancisco, may be
preside! i of the Coast League
nexi year,
M   M   N
James Coffroth of San Francisco, has telegraphed to George
McDonald, manager of Matt Wells,
the English lightweight champion,
offering Wells 15,000 for a bout
with Packey McFarland or 17,600
for B comesl with Ail Wolgast,
.lie lightweight champion, the
lights in lake place in California.
Stanislaus Cyganiewicz, better
known to the wrestling world as
Zbyszko, the champion wrestler
..I Europe, is anxious to secure a
match with Gotch. For that
purpose he is ilm* to arrive in
America on November I. J. 11.
Herman, Buffalo, will manage him
while in America.
Zbyszko has defeated every
wrestler of note, with the ex*
ceplion of Gotch, I><��iH In this
country and in Europe, and if
there is any heavyweight he has
rot defeated who wants a chance
his manager states that he can be
'.ccommodated any time after November 1.   In fact, Herman would
like to secure a. match for Zbyszko
on the coast if possible.
���   MM
11   it*, not   unlikely thai   Frank
Gotch, world's heavyweight champion   wrestler,   will   be   seen   in
action  in  Vancouver within  the
i'cxt couple of months,    Chester
A.   Mclntyre,   physical   director
of the Vanvoiiv'er Athletic Club,
has received a dispatch from I'niil
Klark. manager of Gotch, asking
if there was any chance to arrange
an exhibition in thai city for the
champion.   Mr. Mclntyre replied
�� j informing   Klank   that   he  would
handle the show advised in Van-
wicouver and asking t<> be advised
(HIimmediately as  io  the probable
dp.tcs  of  Gotch'a  appearance in
For south
Prince Rupert Friday, a.m.
por North
Princess May Tonight
For Beginners Slid Advanced Papils
Miss Vera Greenwood
l'uiiii uf l-riiii/ Wiloiea*. I'tiriauml Berlin.
Room 28.  Alder Block Upstairs
STUART & S'li...T T?ive CENTS
accountants -:- audit or.	
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. zn^
Prince Ruuert P.O. Box 351
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KitsiiiiiLiliiin Lut. I For Stile
kitsumkalum .        H C.
S. O. E. B. S.
The   I'riti.*.-   Rupert Lealite,  No. ills. Son.  of
l-.ii.'l.in.l  nii'i'ta the. in si  and  ilm -I Tu��>silav.  In
-:u-li in....il, in tlii-Siini- ul' Eiirl-iinl Hull, SIS 2nd
Ave. at s p.m.
F. V. CI.ARK. Sec.
P. O. Ht.x Kill. Prince Rupert
ERNEST A. woods. President, Box :a
of Brlllah Columbia at B.C. Ontario, Sua-
and Manitoba liar.. katdiewan  and Al-
!-itn Bars.
Barristers, Notaries, Etc
Olllce- Exchuniii' block, corner Third avenue and
Sixth .troot. Prince- Ruuert. 8
Teacher of Piano, Violin and
Voice Culture.
2nd Ave,
Between Tth & Sth Sts.
Prince Rupert
Funeral   Director end   Embelmer
WM. S. HALL, L. U.S., U. D.S.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operation, akilf ully treated. Ca. and
local anaathe'ltc. adiniiiiatereei for the palnle.. extraction of te-e-th. Cinaullation free. Oilice.:
llelxerion Block. Prince Rupert. 11-12
Alex.M.Man.on K.A.,     W .E Willi-inia.ii A.. 1..1..1.
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
l-l'l-ll. Or WM. rOXON, Jim.. A.It.A.M.. I ON., |:MI
Third Avenue also Water Street,
Funeral  Dlrectora
3rd Ave. near 0th St. Phone No. 811
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Killed.
2nd Ave. between 10th and ltth St*
..Grand Hotel., jh�� IROQUOIS
Workingman's Home
Free Labor Bureau in Connection
Phone 178 1st Ave. and 7th St
CEO. BRODERIUS. Proprietor
little's NEWS Agency
Magazines :: Periodicals I! Newspapers
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND Ave.
::  TOBACCOS  ::
The most important Townsite!
The most talked of Townsite along the line of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway
New Hazelton Townsite, Sec. 1
Now being olTered (or sale I* Not a
Grand Trunk Pacific Promotion
Townsite. NEW HAZELTON Town-
site was selected by thc experts of
a syndicate of successful men as the
geographical location for a big city.
They bought the land, realizing thc
wonderful resources of the Hazelton
District, the Mines, th. Distributing
Centre for hundred* of miles, and
many other reasons.
Many mines are getting ready to ship
ore. Some of tho mines being developed
arc:���Silver Cup, American Boy, Silver Standard, Sunrise and Sunset,
Lead Kin<*. Erie Babinc. Most of
the ore In NEW HAZELTON mines
is high grade Silver-Lead, similar to
ore in the Slocan District in East
Kootenay, B, C, and similar to some
ores found at Leadville, Col.
Prince Rupert for Sale of Lots
2nd Ave., between 5th and 6th Streets
Many lots already purchased by
th. keeneat bu*in.** men of Hazelton (Old Town). You can safely
follow the judgment of such men.
NEW HAZELTON, the hub of the
Hazelton District, will be the natural
headquarters for what promises to
be the most active and sensational
new city in the fastest growing part
of the world today on account of the
wonderful Lead, and Zinc Mines, thc
Groundhog Mountain Coal Fields, the
Vast Agricultural Country tributary to
the coming principal city in British
Columbia on the Grand Trunk Pacific
Stores arc 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 One. Activity is
in that part of the Townsite known
as Section One.
Right  Kind of Country,  Right
Kind of Resources,  Right Kind of    _______________
People, will surely be big paying    ..      mi.       nr
investments.   This is the town at    NCW HaZellOll, D.t.
Call at J. H. Kugler's office and pick
your lots while you have plenty to
choose from. People have been waiting over a year for this Townsite to
be put on the market, so there is
bound to be a rush for lots.
NEW HAZELTON Townsite hud
over a Quarter of a Million Dollars
Invested by a few Business Men before
thc Lots were offered for sale. NEW
HAZELTON is a Business -Man's
Townsite. All the G. T. P. and Lfccul
History was carefully considered. The
Engineer's Reports as to grades, opportunities for side trucks necessury
to handle the thousunds of freight
curs were exumined. Then they invested in NEW HAZELTON. They
paid in Cash for NEW HAZELTON
and nearby Lunds over Two Hundred
and Fifty Thousand Dollars.
NEW HAZELTON is reported by
Engineers to be the only available
spot in the Skeena or Bulkley Valleys
for many miles each way where it
would bu possible to huve Railroad
Yards large enough to handle the
Hazelton District's business.
NEW HAZELTON affords a long,
nearly level stretch of land suitable
for Immense Yards, which will be
required to handle thc thousunds of
cars of ore and cud that will he shipped
from the mines in Ihe llBzelton District.
The story of NEW HAZELTON is
well known to the public. It is ti
Townsite being offered to the public
by successful business men. There i*
positively no Railroad Company or
Townsite Promoter financially interested in the land. The owners
have undertaken to make NEW HAZELTON a city of impotlancc in British
Columbia. NEW HAZELTON promises to be the most profitable city
to the Grand Trunk Pucilic tilting its
main lines.
Offices of Foley, Welch & Stewart,
contractors building the Grand
Trunk Pacific Railroad, will be
located in NEW HAZELTON. The
Chief Clerk, Paymaster and Purchasing Agent are preparing to, and
will, build homes in NEW HAZELTON, Section One.
NEW HAZELTON located on the
Grand Trunk Peciflc Railroad is attracting thc attention of thc whole
world, as nil important towns do on
the main line of the Grand Trunk
Pacific Railroad.
Prince Rupert, B. C.
P.O. Box  1515
Northern Interior Land Company, Limited
-Church Services
Bervloei ev.-ry Bunday in the
BmpressTheatre, ii a*in. nnd
7 80 ji.in.   Sunday Bohool )ttul
Bible Clan,at *.'.:io p. m.
Skuenu Lantl Diatrict -District of Queen Charlotte
Take notice' thul thirty day. from date, 1, C, K.
Huintor ui Prlnoa Kupert, U. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intond to apply to *- -""Mel Coui-
!iiii.-.h)iii-i oi I.uml for it Uue��l _ ( -ilkfor
coul und petroleum on .8 2 ft. 9 111. IJPi'
lund on liruhai    * '
of C. E. Link-*
Coal I* **"nK-s
ft. 9 in.
That    with
Skt*na I
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iirulia'" Inland.        a_ Oa
Commend**-. ^�� -�����    Angus    Stewart
THK   FIRST   BAPTIST   iirr. R.
KttASKlt AND SIXTH Vt*    ,--,    ...    ,,
Service, even * ������ ���������'���-' C. P. R. on
.",T���,ri!>.;s gave him scope for
Hv*.. Exercise of his administrative
abilities, and in October, 1880, lie
became General Superintendent of
the Western division. Before the
end of thiit yeur lhe tall, white-
haired figure of this genial railwayman had become familiar
throughout the Wist, and familiar
it   has   been   ever  since.     It   was
Freight Office Staff Can Remove up River.
Although according to Mr. An,-
gus Stewart there is not a greal
deal of hope that the water in the
Skeena River will rjse sufficiently
to let deep laden boats make the
trip to Hazelton, an effort will
be made to transfer the Foley,
Welch -Si Stewart s ra IT up river by
reducing the.steamers' cargoes lo
the minimum,
Today the offices at thc wharf
are   being   dismantled,   and   the
steamers   will   lie   freighted   over
uphill work in those days getting I llu*   week-end.     Mr.   McLeod   is
, ���^^���-������_��-i"*���A*r*^*****m**^*J*j**m*%* ���*, j ^
MI*V4*>^WMr**l-4t^.,,*e. 11^11-^.S^ _."*
"The Newb��jClassifiec. .Ads.
���One Cent A Word For Each Insertion
the fanners to homestead lhe lantl
which  ihe company,was opening
up  for development, and  Bill
Whyte, as lm was then called, did
his share of it.
Getting the Women In
"If we can only get the women
into   the   country,"   Mr.   Whyte
used  to  Bay,  "there will  be no
trouble about getting the men."
It was one of the peculiarities
of the women in the West those
days that they hated  to go far
from   a   settlement   containing  a
doctor,  so  Mr.  Whyte might  be
seen   catering   to   these  domestic
prejudices hy getting the company
to subsidize    doctors  to live in
certain places.    Then the women
would complain that they couldn't
do any shopping, or that the shopkeepers   they  did   have   charged
extortionate   prices.     What   die
William Whyte do?   He had cars
turned into  travelling stores and
sent them regularly up and down
the line.    Where he considered a
storekeeper  was   trying   to  bleed
the   people,   there   his   travelling
store would stop and sell goods
at reasonable prices.   But when the
storekeepers of a place were doing
the fair thing, then the C. P.  R.
store would pass it by, stopping
only al out-of-the-way places where
there were no stores,    ln  these,
and hundreds of other ways, the
Canadian    Pacific    fathered    the
West,   and   big,   genial   William
Wh> te was the man it used for the
Becomes General Manager
From superintendent to general
manager of Western lines was the
next promotion for him. The
appointment was made 011 May
3, 1��97, and was recognized by
everybody as a fitting recognition
of his talents and energy
looking after the arrangement
and though he will not predict
that the staff will get to New
Hazelton at any record speed, yet
he keeps on making every preparation for a systematic removal.
Captain Johnston, port-captain
of the Foley, Welch steamer fleet,
who has known the Skeena for
over ten consecutive years, says
that given a little rain the trip
can easily be made. Others say
that if the new high snow fail
comes early as it is likely to do.
the sun is still strong enough to
melt it, and make a rush in the
Skeena for long enough to let .*
lew more steamer trips he made.
The Insurance People
Plate Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared While You Wait.
Mack Realty & Insurance
P.S.���Houses anil Rentals.
Uutler Build'K
Prince Rupert Will Now Boast
of Giants and Cubs in Her
Next Indoor Baseball League
Rev. W. H. McLeod's Subject
for Tomorrow Evening
For Rent
Furnished room, with bath.    Bpeolal rate, by
the week.   Talbot Houae. I*16-"
Neatly Furni.hed room., MntienMD preferred.
Apply Mr.. Mullin, over Majeatlc Theatre,     tf
i*nwood, Alder
Nice Furni.hed Room., Mm. Oi
Block; Third Ave.
For Rent���Furnlahed room.. Hot nnd cold water
with bath. Digby Rixmm. tith Ave. nnd Fulton
Street. tf
Feir Rent-Son. of England lltell. SID 2nd'Ave.. for
Dance.. Fraternal Socletios. Social* etc. Apply
Frank A Kill*. Box 869 or phone 68. lHt'.-tf
For Sale
4h***i .. **.., ^|��a
, ^h *a ..-*. s*x
Fur Sale-Chicken Ranch. '2 Storey home, household good.. Near Prlnor llupert. A anap If
Uken at once.   Addre.. Box iltiS. tf
For Sale���Irish Terrier doit pupa, pedigreed, grit,
ty, good companion., good color. Goeldurd
Bros., 95 Water St, Vancouver. 216-227
*% i ***, I ap
OUR Companies aro noto.1 for prompt and just
settlements. We writ. <>very known class of
Insurance. The Mack Unity and Insurance Co.
Wanted. ��� Cleaning antl pressing,  alteration.
830Third Ave.   Phonc21.| Red.
.Ira   Charles Percher.
Beside the indoor baseball teams
which afforded such good sport
during the first league series in
Prince Rupert just completed there
will Ik two new teams in the next  ���'��� 'Mi"in'tvri*"llall'"Third ".*ven
"Victory through Disturbing
Voices" will be the* subject of
Rev. Warren H. McLeod's sermon
;it the Baptist service tomorrow
evening    at     7.30    p.m.        Regular i ��^ r*-f��irini. for men^ml wl.m. ..    |i,,--,���i,ki���K
. " . .       I 1t ���* **alleil for and delivered.   Mr
morning worship at ll a. m.,
followed by communion service.
Bible School antl Brotherhood Bar-
aca Milile Class al 2.30 p.m. Music
conducted by Mr. John I-.. Davey,
onanist antl chiormaster.
Strangers and visitors always
welcome.    All  services ware held
Lost and Found
league series
These will be the Giants and tin
Cubs. Both teams will have B
first rate line up. As soon at
organisation arrangements are com
and Sixth streei.
Mr. Gibbons Will Build
P.   J.   Gibbons   will   erect
pitted   practice   will   begin,   and! residence on Lot 80, Block 7, Fifth
exhibition  matches  will  be  held, avenue,  Section  li,  ;*.t   ;>.  cost   of
The  formal  handing over of  the $1230.
Manson  t'up to the  Royal  Blue 	
Ribbons  team  will  be  made  the "Dames of Sorry Fame"
occasion of some festivity to be pour women  of  the  restricted
pla,mC^  district were today fined 1100 antl
PRINCE  RUPERT  PRODUCE ���-��* for supplying liquor to Charles
Dudowald.  They paid.
Food Value of One of Rupert's
Principal Sources of Wealth
I. -t night the Cunosun r-.rrivttl
.villi passengers, freight ar.d mail.
The consumption of fish as a	
daily article of food (writes the Mrs. G. Sweder has returned
late Dr. Muskett) is not nearly to Prince Rupert after a visit
so large a*, ii ought to be. if we in the south
studied our health. It must be
admitted   that   it  is  much  morc
Loot    Ladle.' watch In bracelet.   Reward bv returning to New. ofllce. tf
Dominion Fish Market
Dealers ln Fresh Fish,
Oysters and Game tn
season. Fresh Poultry,
Vegetables, Butter and
Eggs    ....
Mi-s   Fuhoii   returned   on   the
Prince George this mornieg from
A year or two ago, when  the *>tp*tt*m than meat, and cannot   ., i1(l|j,|ay (|own smll|..
be bought BO readily.   Then, again,	
ordinary,  plain  cooks only  know      I- Trotier was a passenger by
company's lines had become so
extensive that il was necessary to
divide them into Eastern and
Western systems, the Western system was placed in full charge of
Mr. Whyte, with full executive
power as regards its administration.
S. Harrison Completes $26,000
Transaction Today. Section
One Corner.
how  to  fry and  boil  it,  so  that   tin*   Prince   George   in   from   tlu
little variety can be obtained, and south this morning,
even these two methods are often
so badly followed as lo take away
rather   than   tempt   the  appetite
Mr. and Mrs. McNichol arrived
by the Prince George this morning
from the south.
Not one cook in a hundred knows
how  to boil a fish properly.    If Mr.J.Hobin  returned from the
a little more attention were given M)Uth this morning by the Prince
to  fish   cooking,  we  should  not George,
have so many complaints, and fish, 	
instead of being a neglected food.      Al ,   .me  hundred   tin   class
would   lie   a   much-desired   one. and fifty second class passer gen
This m..ruing S.  Harrison completed the sale nf Lots  1  and 2,j [, is an invaluable food for pcop|e lefi   on ' the   Prii ce Ru'i-crl
lii.xk is. section l. lor tin- sum   , <���    , .   ,   ���  . ! ,   ,
of $2<i.ooo ,��� Victoria capitalists obUged 1o ta ,ndoors ��� ��rcal tkal
who are investing to hold for
speculative purposes, but may improve 'he property considerably
by buildings before re-sale.
The   lots   in   question   make  a
Valuable corner site at First street
and Second avenue, in the growing
business district <>f the dty.
Southbound Monday
Mr. G. (I. Gibbons, nephew of
Mr. A. T. Parkin nf this cily,
has jusi returned from Dominion
Governmeni survey work si Stewart. Hc is going south l.y the
Prince George on Monday.
Mrs. A. T. Parkin is going south
by the George, and will be escorted
by Mr. Gibbons, Mrs. Parkin
will spend the winter ill the soulh
With her little son.
Weather on Coast
Wireless reports today indicate
a good deal of fog off Triangle,
but clear weather at most Other
points. The Prince Rupert has
passed Cape Lazo, and lhe Quadra
is in thai neighborhood at present.
Fresh  Flowers
An   unusually   fine   display   of
cut dowers i> on display st the
Arctic Studio���fresh from the south
by the Prince Geotgs this morning.
H. BraCkenbridga was a psf.
���wger by ths Rupert ytyterday
going south to attend to business
connected with tho new cold storage works planned by his
or  for  those engaged  in  literary Mr-  Thomas Stedham  arrived
work, for it contains, besides other by the Prince George ihi- morning
good things, a large proportion of snd   visiicfl   the  work   Si   Digby
phosphorus, and  this la excellent Island Marine Station,
food for the brain and organs of
thc chest.    In choosing fish, the Mr- ���������"��� Mrs- W- J- Al(l('r a,,(1
He-It should be firm and hard;   if fil,,lil>'   ***"*<**���<*   today   to   their
soft and leaving the mark of the home  '"   *'r"u*'   Ki|l"rl   "flc*  a
finger if  pressed,  it  must  be  re- holiday   visil   of   several   months
jected.     It   must   be   thoroughly ��������� *���**-' S(,ll,h-	
cooked.     It  is a  matter of  taste ~
whether we like well or underdone Tlu' C* '' K* SS' Pril <"'ss R">al
meat, but underdone fish is most Cftme    "'    >'e��*erday     ���r,,,"    *e
unwholsomc,   as   it   is   the   mosi ,,,r,h'    <"-M---'-"  Neroutsos made
repulsive food that can be offered ' ******* **T*���r* -"""Pg J"*' -'V
to us, and in no process of cooking w'->   ,,f   P��vcntlrg   B   monopoly
is more judgment  required  than "f thisjiiyle of secmanship In the
in the cooking of fish.   Fish of all ('' '' P
kinds, either boiled, Steamed, liak- _      nei-u-.     *���   ���     T
ed, or fried, look .ransparcnt whet, , F0R   RENT'    Su!te  of  tw,0'
raw,   but   are   milk   while   when Jthr,e*'J or_ more'   ,nr8e   "J1 "
cooked sufficiently. lighted office rooms over Wal-
 laces'.    H.S.Wallace if
Glad to Get Back 	
Many of thc passengers on the ���    For row boats antl  launches
Prince  George  this  morning  ex- Telephone   320   Rreen.     Davis
pressed   their   gladness  at   being Boat House,
back  in   the   Prince   Rupert  sun- ���
ihlne.   The rainy weather dial     The announcement credited to
Vancouver  has  lieen   enjoying  ol   GeOlfe  Mel)..,������ Id    ll-.M    l-e will
laic, made  them  all  feel  glad to I .     .        ,r        , ,
get   back   into   .he   sunshine  bell   r,r''"    ''"'   ",T,"r   "f   ��   ���M""''   'f
once more, j $30,ooo made  i>y  the   National
 ������ Sporting dub of  London  for a
Mr.   ard   Mrs.   Verror   Smith  boul  between   Picky  M-'rlv.rlai il
.vein south by the Prinoe Rupert land Wells was pronounced absurd
yesterday.       Mr.      Smith      will   I,.,    Charles    F.    Mathlesor.,    the
accompany the Foley, Welch ft I American   representative  of   ilu*
Stewart staff of which he in In I National Sporting club.   Mat-hie-
new|eontrol\up river when the water  son snid no offer of any kird lied
conditions permit. |t*ceii made.
New Diamond and
Pearl Goods
Wc have just received an assortment nf Rings, Brooches, Tie
Pins, etc., of the very
Int.-at design
R. VV. Cameron & Co.
G.T.P. Official   Walch   In.peclor.
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue.
r.O. BOX 120 PHONR 156 GREEN
Second Avenue, near McBride
Unusual Offering
on Sixth Ave.
1.J4 ft. frontage Sixth Avenue,
$4,200.00. Terms one-fourth
Cash, halance 2-12-18-24 mor ths.
150 ft, frontage Sixth Avenue,
$3,800.00.   Same terms.
155 ft. frontage Sixth Avenue,
$3,450.00.   Same terms.
All of the above on corners.    Sec
About These at ONCE
Second Ave. and Sixth St.
Ft***pt and Fifth St
'I'll*' only hot-si fn town
with hot Htxl rnM water tn roomt, Mnt fur*
nhli-i house north of
Vancouver. Rooms fine
up. Hhoni 87. P.O.
Rox 129.       I        :        :
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
TAKE NOTICE that 1 will receive
tenders for the land known ns Lot 1105,
Range 5, Coast District, Province of
British Columbia. This is otic 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 tho fifth day
of October, 1911. The highest or any
tender not necessarily acuepted. For
further particulars apply to the undersigned.
Assignee  of  H. C, Breckenridge, Box
2.5, Prince Rupert, B.C.
Wa carry everything: in tha fe*e*el line, alaoirar-
ili-n Keel, at the lowr.t market prices, at Collarl'a
.-Ik* Pted Store, Market Place
Prompt Delivery Phone. 41 or 301
In th* County Court of Atlin llotd.n at Prince
Rupert In tha Matter ol Ihe "Oflldal  Ad-
iiiiniatr.ti.r'a Act"
In the Milter of the K.tate ot Ouran P. Latkovlch
dec-raat-aj, Intealato.
TAKE NOTICE that by order ol Hi. Honor.
Judco Youne, made the .11.1 d.y of Auguat, 1911.
1 waa appointed Administrator ol tho Estate ol
tha aaid Duran I*. Latkovlch deeeassed, and all
iiartii. having claim, again.i th* aald K.t.tr are
nereby requirad lo forward same properly \.-nii- I
lo mo on or before lh. 30th d.y o( September.
11111, and all the parties iml.-lit.-l to the aaid
Eatate are required lo pay the amount ol their
indebtedness lo me forthwith.
DATED the Sth day ol September, 1911.
Official Administrator.
Notice is hereby given, after
this date, (September 27) and
until further advised, freight for
Skeena River jjoints beyond Van
.-\rsdol will not be accepted for
Agt. G.T.P. Railway.
One lot, Block 22, Section 5, Seventh
a Avenue.   Price $800.   $400 caah.
One  lot,  Block  7.  Section  6,  Fourth
Avenue, Harbor View.   Price $1360.
Two lots, Block 24, Section 8, Eleventh
Avenue.    Price $300 each.   $60 cash
balance S26 per month.
Two lots, Block 24, Section 8, Eleventh
Avenue, j  Price  $600  pair,  one-hull
Two lots, Block 61, Section 8, Kelliher
Street.   Price $176 each, $100 cash.
One  lot,   Block   7,   Section  8.   Tenth
Avenue.   Price $300, one-half cash.
Two lots, Block 38, Section 8, Justin
Street.   Price $600 pair, $300 cash.
One lot,  Block  1, Section 8, next to
corner, Eleventh Avenue.   Price $476,
$300 cash.
Four-room house, plastered, painted, best
harbor   view   in   city,   on   Ambrose
Avenue.    Price $1837.    Cash  $600.
balance $30 per month.
Offices and stores on Second Avenue and
Sixth Street.   Prices $36 to $76 p.-r
Nicely furnished flat., four rooms and
bath,   hot   and   cold   water,   corner
Fulton   and   Sixth   Avenue.     Price
$60 per month.
6 and 10 acres for garden trucking, at
Kitsumkalum.   Price $66 per acre.
10-acre tracts garden trucking at Kitselas.   Price $50 per acre.   Terms.
Three lots on Third  Avenue close to
business secfion, level, good lease.
$10 cash and $10 per month buys you a
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
Is a Persistent "Influence" Exerted  in Your Behalf |
Every bit of printing that goes out to serve vou nvih.  ..a
Kind of an Impression."    Poor printing will leave a t   '""'"
pression of its user as surely as would pom* clothus   ,*' lm"
store or shop or office.    "Good" printing will leave un'on '"")r
mind an impression wholly favorable of Its iisi-i*. ''���
Even if but ono in a thousand of these "Impressions " reulk* ti
the scales for business, for orders, for you "Good Pelnfl. '���.
will have thus paid for itself I * ' ' """"H
Daily News Building phone 98 Third Ao<
I   The Graham Island Oil Fields, Limited
CAPITAL STOCK $1,000,000
We aro offering for sale a very jllmlted
amount of shares of stock at 25c per shari-;
par value $1.00. These shares are goinje
quickly and will soon be off the market
Bella Coola Land DUtrict���Dl.trict ol Coaat Rango
Take notico that H. M. Cliff of Dundalk. Ireland, occupation gentleman, intenda lo apply
lor permUalon to leue, lho following deacribed
ianda: .      .
Commencing at a post planteel on the ahore
of Necleclaconnay River aboul 10 chain, weat
of Indian Reserve Line .thenco west (it) chain,
following lhe channel ot Necleclaconnay River,
thence aouth SO chain, more or loaa lo channel
of ll.-llu Coola River, Ihenco folluwln**; channel
of Bella Coola River eailetrly SO chain., north
K0 chain, more or lea. to point ol commencement;
conUining -180 acroa, more or leaa.
Daled Augusts, 1911. 11.   M.  CLIFF
Pub. Sepl. 30. William McNair, Agenl
Bella Coola Land District    I li.inct ol Coaat Rang.
Take notice lhal 11. M. I'lul ol Dundalk. InUnd. occupation gentle-man, intend, lo apply
fur permUalon lo leaae Ihe lollowlng described
Commencing al a poat planted at tha N. W
corner ol Lot ������'-. Ihenco wuih 40 cbains more
or les. lo northern boundary ol leaae No. 1 applied
for ny H. M. Cliff, Ihence following .aid boundary
eaal 20 chain., thence nonh 40 chain., th.nce
wesl 20 chain, to point ot commencemenl; con-
laming SO acraa, more or lea.. . *
Dated August 2S. 1911. II. M. CLIFF
Pub. Sepl. 30.                   William McNair, Agant
Bell. Cool. Land DUtriet���DUtrlct of Coast Range
Tako notice that II. M. Clitt ol Dundalk, lie-
land, occupation gentleman. Inlend. lo apply
lor permlalon lo leaae th. lollowlng daacribed
lend.: .     _   _
Commencing al a po.1 planled at the S. t.
corner ol Lot 251, thanca aoulh 40 chain, more
or iea. lo northern boundary of I.eaa,- No. 1
applied lor by II. M. I lul. Ibenc* east 20 chsin.
along aald boundary, ihenco north 40 chain.,
Ihence wesl 20 chain, to point ol oommencemrnl
containing SO acres, n.oro or lata.
Dated August 2S, 1911. H-   M.  CLIFF
Pub. Sepl. SO. William McNair, Agenl
Bella Coola Land DUlrict-DUtrict ol Coast Rang.
Take nolle* lhal II. M. I'hlf ol Dundalk, Ira-
land, occupation genUvmen, Inlend. lo apply d
perm baton to Ic-eae lh. lollowing deacrlbod land.:
Commencing at a port pleated al the ahore
near the N. K. orner ol Lot No. 3, thence north
40 chain*, thence weat SO chaina more or la*, lo
east boundary ol cannery leaev, thence lollowlng
Ihe said east boundary aoulh 40 chain, mor* or
Ina. lo .hol-w tin.. Ihence (ollowing aaid ahore
line easterly 80 chaina more or Ua. lo point ol
commencemenl; containing 320 acrea, mora or
Dated August 31, 1911.
Pub. SepL SO.
Wllllsm McNair, Agral
Bella Coola Land DUlrlcl-DUIrlct ol Coast Rsnge
Take notice that II. M. CHS ol Dundalk. Ireland, occupation gsMleman, inland, to .pply
lor permUalon to lease lhe lollowlng doacribed
Comm.ncing at a post pl.nte-d .t th* N. E
corner ol taOt 33. Ihence north 20 ch.ins, thence
weat 40 chaina, thenc* aouth 20 chains mor* or
lea. to shore line. Ihenca lollowing tha ahore line
eaat 40 chelae more or lee. to point ol commrnce
ni.-iit. containing HO care., mom or lee*.
D.led Augual 31, 1911. II.   M.  CLIFF
Pub. Sepl. .III. William  McNair, Agant
Bella Coola Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Coast Range
Take notice ihat 11. M. Cliff of Dundalk, Ireland, occupation gentlemen, ii.t--n.ia to apply
lor permiaalon to leaa. lh. following deacribed
Commencing at a poet pl.nted al tha N. W
corner ol Lot No. 4, thence north 40 chain.. Ihence
���a-t 40 chain., Ihvnce eoulh 40 chalets mor* or
laa lo ahor* line, thenc* lollowlng ahor* line
weaterly 40 chaina more or lee, to point ol com
mencement; conUining SO acre., mor* or leaa
Daled Augu.l 2S, 1911. II.  M. CLIFF
Pub. s. ,.t 30., William McNair, Agent
Skeen. Land DUlrict -DUtricl ol Coast Rang* &
Take nollea thai I, Christopher J.mce i.r.n.m
ol Prlne* Rupert, II. C, occupation locomoliee
engineer, intend lo appl) for permU��lon lo purch*-***
Ih. following described l.nd.*
Commonclng al a poet planled al Ihe aoulh*
wiat cornea- of Lot No. 1' e vicinity ot Lake
Lake-la* and marked ChrUlopner 1. Uraham
N. E. Corner, tbenee weat 40 chatna, Ihence *outh
80 chain., Ihene. easl 40 chaina, Ihence north SO
chain, lo post ol commencement, containing
320 BCiea, mote '-r lean.
Daled Sepl. 22. 1911. 1I..-.& A.M.    Milne***.! T. I>
rut- Sepl. 30.
Skeena Und DUlrict���DUtriet ol Queen Charlott.
Taka noUce that AusUn M. Brawn ol Prince
llupert. aaddler. Intend, to apply to the Chief
CommUeloner of Und. and Works lor a licence
lo proepect .or eoal, oil and petroleum on and under
lh* (olleeaing deacrilied land* on tho W eat Coast of
Graham I*land:
Co-Tn-nenctng a*, a peat pl.nted three mile, from
the aoutbaaal eorner of C. L. No. 4472 thence 80
chain, west, thenee 80 ch.ln. north, thenca 80
ch.ln. east, thence 80 chaina aoulh te point ol
Located Auiu.l l.t. 1911.
Pub. Aug. It.
Skeena Land District
Diatrict of Coast, Range 6.
Take notice that Wm. Francis Nicholson, of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
locomotive fireman, intend tn apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
north bank of the Zim-o-got-iU river,
about two miles up stream in a westerly direction from the junction of the
little Zim-o-got-itz river and the main
Zim-o-got-iU river, and marked Wm.
Francis Nicholson's south-east corner,
thence north 40 chains, thence west 40
chains, thence south 40 chains more or
less to shore line of river, thence east
40 chains more or less along shore line
of river to post of commencement, containing 160 acres mote or less.
Wm. Francis Nicholson,
Geo. R. Putman, agent
Dated July 17, 1911.
I, S. Harrison of I'rinco Rupen, li fj i^
glvo noUce that on the lllt-H-niu .l��v ���| n'u1b
1911, 1 Inlend lo apply lu tin- l\.,-,., . . v
at hU ofllce In 1-rincei Ku'tt-u, 11. f,, je,, _Z
lo take and uso three cubic t��.-t ol ��.i,r i,,, ZT
Irom McNeil River In Skee-na llulncl. lm,
U to be taken Irom Ihe atrc-am .Uiui tour u
above the unction wiih tha Bknu K..,-_
U to be lucd on Lol 440J lur inmiiain* mm
cultural purpoata.
Sept. 9.
Skaena Und DUlrict- -Diatnct ol Qem t
Take notice that thirty day. (mid .l.t.-, i, [ j.
Balnter of Prlnco llupert, ti   t  . 1
bookkeeper, intend lu apply to lh. ChU Cm
misaioner ol Land, tor a tiee-nce tu p.-ne-iea li
coal and petroleum on ami utnl-r IH ur. a*
land on Graham laland deacrilieal a. (otic...
Commencing al a poat plant.*! tau milal
0. C. E. B. Coal Lea*.* Nu. :l, mat.. 11 . '..mi
N. W. corner Coal Uase Nu. )>. ll.i-tc* mil
chains, thence eaat ao chain., xAmm *.--., I
chaina, tbence west Ml ch.ln. lu place al aa>
D.led Sept. 11,1911.    C. K. IIMMl.U.l
Pub. Sept. 23
SkMna Und DUUict -DUtrict .1 yui.e, i wm
Taka nolice lhal thirty da>. Item
Balnier ol Prince Ruperl, ll. t . hi Kcaa
bookkeeper, Inlend to appl)  tu tl- <
miaalonar of Und. lor a lla-tire* in J ***;-*���. Ic
eoal and petroleum on and under t-lu ..***,
land on Graham laland de.cril.cd a- luilon:
Comm.ncing at a port plant..; t*u rtua.
ol C. E. B. Coal Leaae Nu. i, ���-... | I,,
Co.l Leaao No, 7, thenc* MTU
eaat SO ehalna, lhance aoutli eo cfcait-, t
weal 80 chains to place ol coitimi i.it-i.. -
DatedSept. II, 1911.    C. K. ll.tlMI.ll.le
l*ub. SepL S3
Skeena Uad DUUict���DUlrict el g.-.r t u
j Island.
Take nolle* that Aurtln M. lin.a tt flu.
Rupert, occupallon aaddler, inlend. te vfOI
the Chiel CommUaioner til Laad, .-: *es
lor a licence to prospect (or coal and oil ud.
leum on and under tha lolloaing eteacnM al
00 tb* Weat Coeat of Graham laiat.J.
Commencing at a port tiUr.ied um* eiiaal
01 tho aouthweat eorner ol C. L. Nu Mfl um
80 cbaina eaat, lhance 80 Chile, a-rth. Uaal
chaina weat, Ibeoce 10 chain. *wiih x. tm
D.I. ol Location, 31.1 July 1911.
Pub. Aug. IT.
Skaena Und DUUict���DUtricl ol ��.**_ Carta
Take nolice that Austin M. In."- el its*
Rupart, occupation aaddler, inlend. t. e.'1-e *
tba Cbied Commissioner ol Land, .r.-l turn a,
licence lo prospect lor eoal. oil and **Jt ---aaal
under the lollowing daacribed land. t>s tu **
Coast ol Graham Island:
Commencing et a pest pl.nted i'.n* eiaeat
ol the southeast comer ol C. 1. Nn. 11*1 ***
north SO chaina, tbence east W chain), XXmam
80 chains, thence weet M ch.ln. to j. .-.l ����
AUSTIN M. IllluttX.t**"
Located Augu-rt Iat, llll.
Pub. Aug. It.
Skeena Und DUUict-DUtricl ol Wjeer. I'm"
lalan-l. , __
Take notice that Austin M. In ������> *> "t*
Rup*rL aeddlsr, Inlend. te f*gb x. i'�� *m
Con.m'a-loner ol Und. and u- - : ' ��� ****
to pro*n*ct lor coal, oll and |a<rr!eai asm
under the lollowlng deKribed Uad, e. IM ���*
Coaal ol Graham la.an.1
Commencing at a poal pl.nte-l ta. *****
ol the northeast corner ol C. I. ��� il-'ij"
���oulh 80 chaina, lh*nce wert no cfcs��. x*m
north 80 chains, Ih.nee eaat 10 ct-aia. 1* I���**
c-omm*nc*m*nu , _,*
Located Hat July. 1911.
Puh. Aug. 17.
Skeeno Und DUlrict-DUlrict ol tj.ee�� CeaS*
lal.i.-i. p^
Take notice thai Austin M   If '*      * 1
Rupert, occup.lton nddlee, lelen-t. I.J*t*Z
Ib* chUJ Commi_ion*r of Um|.
. licence to prt**pee-l Inr tarn, ���
on and under lh. loUowing .learnt* . ..��*���������
West Ceeet ot Graham lalan-l
**. \.na u, ....uau. ,n*....-
Beglining at a port pl.nte.1 three **���>****���
e northeut corner of C. L N.   n I _��������
���Ins .art. thenee SO ch.n-
alns wert, thence SO chain, nu: h '�� smm.
comm.n,*en.nt. .,     ,_,*
Locateed August 1st, llll.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUIrict ol. rt Vtatt*
lalan.l* . *_���
Take notice that Au.tin M ' ,_ 3
Rupert, aaddler, Intend, to ai-, ..2m*
,,��|an,    ^iiiii-i,
t'oenmiaaioner oi
I de
nf Graham led.nil
Und. and Wei     ���'> *T*Z
to prcpect tor coal, oil and pott. ���"���"������������"faS
���       - *   ��all_.l   l.n.i.   .
the lot!
ipect le
l.i* Ing
deacribed Unds M
I, 8. HarrUon ol Prince Ruperl, II. Oa brok.
glv* notice th.t on the Slteenth d.y of Noveinlier
llll. I Intend to apply tc. Id* W.ier CnmmlaMoneT
al hi. office in I'rlnce llupert, II. C , lor a licence
to lake and ua* two rublei (net ol water peer eee-onit
Irom the Weal Fork ot McNeil River in Skeen.
Diatrict. The water I. lo be taken from the atream
about one mile from iu unction wllh NrMrtl
River and U lo be uaed on Ut 4405 lor domeatlc
.nd .grlt-ulteral purpose*.
Commencing at a post pl.ntei U
of the northeaat comer of C. L "*
eut 80 ehalna.  Ih.nee rtMl
80 chaina, thene. north 81 el.. .-'���""
eommeneement .   i -.*/
AUSTIN M   llll"..-*-1-*1^
la.ca.eal August Irt, llll.
Pub. Aug. II.
Skeena Und DUUict-DUlrict ed if*** ��**0
lalan.l* , ,*m
Take notice thai Austin M. Biees <* *7S
Rupert, occupation aiddler. " "_t*j3
lo the Chief Commiaaioner ol 1." I" ***.���***���
lor a licence lo prospect l'-r c* .' T,**
on and uader the lollowing dee-ril-ei ���""���
Weat Coaat ol Graham laland: -m��-I
Commencing at a port pl.e*' ' '   ',.-".**��
of th. eoulbeart corner ol t    i
W chains north, thence 80 ch.
chain, aoutb. tbenee 80 ch.ln. ��   > '��� ***~
fofr,mfinr*tn**nt. .,   .....ti��.-   Xm*****^
AUSTIN M. BH' *���***���*"
Located Slrt July. 1*11.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Sk.*n. Und DUtrict -Dk-UH
T.ke nolic* lhat Ihirty da.
I ipie-a cwny*
li-'tmt at Prince Rupart. "       sf   ;**,
<x**m '���   ...
q *t*yi***l
bookkeeper," inlend to'.|.|il.i ���
mlialoner ol Und. for . licence lo pn ,      ,.
coal and petroleaum on and .iml.i
l.nd on Or.h.m Ul.nd de*��il��l��*'" '���'_ r��ell
Commencing at a port pl.ntid i*" ���*Ttmmg
ol C. E. II. Coal Leaae No. 4, ��>�����*'- ,'h'*5'eVrt��
C. E. B. Coal Uaa. No. 8. the. -
Ihence weat  SO chain., thence **'���]*��� ZmmsX.
Ihene. east SO ch.in. to pl.ee ol.fiT'-r-.-jTliert"'
D.ted S*i.t. 11,1111.    C. E. HM    '���"���
Pub. Sept. U
��� ,-    '
Skeen. Und DUtriet-DUtrlct ol Queen
T.k. nolle* th.t A.-stln M. *y**TL c*��*
Rupert, aaddler, Intend, lo an| , ]**���
Commiaaioner oi Und. .ml ��   ' 0, ,��j
to Mcapect lor coal, oil .nd I' ,��� xxt*
under the following dee-ctll-e-d land"
Coart of Graham I.land
ot tba aou.hea
80 chatna weat, ... ...-���
ch.ln. east,  thenee 80 Ch.in. ���out"
eornm.neeenent. ..   ������,.ua* Xj*t*m*
AUSTIN M. nn*,v**>
Ucsted llrt July, 1911-
I'uh. Aug. 17.
��h.m l.l.nd: eniV ���*.
���Ing at a neat planted ������"���?. ���,..
leal corner of I. L- ***. tmmesm
et, thenete 80 ch.ln.'.;'���*��� "S<
7_.__.__.   nn   _k_.ni   foul"   '


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