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Array THE WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending 5 a. m,
Oct. 18
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SOUTH
Princa Rupert.
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Monday, Oct.
23
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
VOL. II,  NO. 238
Prince Rupert, B.C., Wednesday, October 18, 1911.
Price Five Cents
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LOCAL MINING VENTURE PROMISES
TO DEVELOP INTO RICH PROPERTY
Mr. G. R. Naden, after Spending a Summer at His Alice Arm Property, is Optimistic About its Future���Two Shafts are Now Sunk and a Long Ledge Uncovered���Assays from the Shaft Run as High as 300 Ounces of
Silver With Gold Values���Winter Camp is Built
Ore that has given assays of as
hinh as 310 ounces of silver to thc
Iton. in addition  to $13 in gold
lvalues, with more in sight  that
promises  even   richer  assays,  is
Ithe |ure than has deprived Prince
Rupert of one of her best known
���citizens for thc best part of the
minnier.   Now that three months'
iwurk has proved that his claims
tve developed into thc "prospect"
Blast  Mr.  G.   R.   Naden   is less
Irrliiriant to discuss them, though
Hit- siill insists on the canny slate-
lent   lhat   mining  ventures  are
divided into three classes, claims,
prospects and mires.    Not  until
���it* has more shafts stink, and il is
possible to measure ard calculate
in* actus] extent  of  the ore in.
bight will  he allow  his property
|t" be referred to as a mine.
A Busy Summer
"Well,   I've been  spending my
iimimer   on   thc   norlh   bank   of
nee  Arm,   not   very   far   from
Loose  Bay,"  he said  in  answer
question.   "I started in June
Ii,.-.tiling snow off the claims,
ml since then have been fii ding
wha; is on my claims With
ly helpers, I have uncovered a
<l*,i* for between two and three
mtdrcd feet and sunk iwo shafts
|or ;i distance of twelve feet. Now
have come back, leaving a
ti- ter camp ready, and a gang
bf five men at work on development."
Up in the Hills
Mr. Naden's properties which he
.piled  late li'sl  fi*ll, are known
the Mohawk group, ard con
sist of an area nearly equal to
four full claim), They are a mill
from deep waler, and at an altitude of 2,000 feet. This has
made il difficult of acres* for
piieking, but when shipping starts
will be a greal economy, as it is
a natural site for an aerial tramway right lo deep water.
Some Good Assays
"At the lime I bought the
claims, I had two assays made
from ores at the surface. One
of these showed 00 ounces of
silver ard $7 in gold to the ton
and the other 120 ounces of silver
and $14 in gold to the ton. Thi
was very promising. Since develop
mem has started I have had three
more assays made from the ledge
at a distance down of from six
to eight feet. One of these gave
70 ounces of silver and $0 in
gold, another 200 ounces of silver
and S20 in gold, and the third
gave 310 ounces of silver and $13
in gold.
Looks Still Better
"Since then we have go. the
shafts down siill further, i-.rd
afler going ihroiigh seveial feel
of barren quartz in one of the
shafts, we have come upon still
richer ore. Ia thc last four feci
i. is rich rub\ silver ore. and
should assay Very high."
Geological Conditions
Mr. Naden describes the country
there ns lieing very rich in prospects. The Gooso Bay mines
themselves are undoubtedly very
rich. The Granby Company did
very   cs.c.isive   diamond   drilling
'RINCE RUPERT AMATEURS
WILL STAGE TWO PLAYS
Society Does Not Propose to Have Understudies   for
"Our Regiment" so Extra Talent Available
Will Blossom Forth in "Toys"
Whether   the   members  of  the
prince Rupert Amateur Dramatic
lieiy should have understudies
or their parts in the coming
presentation of "Our Regiment"
lhe play they are studying, or
not. wiis the main subject of
Discussion Bt the meeting of the
Society held by courtesy of Mr.
George Sweet in one of the rooms
of the Grand Trunk Inn last night.
Considerable discussion was engaged in over the matter.   While
a number of the mcmliers present
realised the advantage <>f having
substitutes ready to lake their
p.'.ris in the evert of any players
being suddenly prevented from
(.king pari, there was a strong
Opposition to the idea that the
p.itis should be studied by two
persons, the director of the play
lo select  the best  talent  for the
actual performance. Eventually
the question was put i" il"' vote
Mi. j. Russell moving ****** ���������('r*'
ln   understudies fur all pa.rls Uld
Mr I-', s. Long moving an amendment   lhal   understudies  be Wit-
lidcred only for parti il"' play""
>i( which desired an understudy
in ease of inability i��> taka *****
part i-t the last moment.
The result of the voting was ���*���'
lhe proposal lo have ui'dcrMudiiM
MS thrown mil by B VOtB ol *���
to 7. All those present did nol
vole.   As there are more members
of lhe satiety than there are parts
in lhe play those left OUt are going
to Marl studying a play of their
own ei tided "Toys" under the
direction ��f Mr. J. H. Thompson.
Mr. W.  Bullock-Webster,  man-
ager of  the  first   play, will  assist
with this one liiur-   -N,r Bullock-
Wi bster presided last (light, and
amongst  those  present   were   the
Mcretary. Mis- Johnstone, Miss
Milligan,   Mr. and   Mrs.   Ruber-
son, Miss Drummond, Miss Ellett,
Miss Miner  Mr. F. H. Mortimer,
Mr. J. H. Thompson, Mr. F. S.
Long, Mr. W. E. Williams. Mr
|.. Crippen. Mr. Heward ard Mr.
J   Russell.
��0R REFERENDUM
ON CHRISTIANITY
A Chicago Suburb to Have
Novel Question Submitted to
the Electors.
Chicago, Orl. 1 .Two referendum elections are pending in
Bant-in, ��� Chicago suburb.   It
one   this   will   be   the   question:
"Shall county traction company
be granted B franchise?" In the
other.     "Shall     Herwin    become
thoroughly Christianised?" The
municipality is running tha traction election. The Baptist church
is rutin ing the other.
to prove the property before ihey
gave Si.00,000 for it. His nwh
property he describes as being
geologically perfect, as it is on
the east of (he coastal granite
ard about half a mile from contact, with a true vertical fissure.
The country rock in the immediate \ Unity is slale, and lhe
ledge is in the centre nf a. porphory
tlike that runs across lhe shite
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Toronto, Oct Id.���Bill
Miner, the noted train robber, is reported to have
escaped from the prison in
Georgia last night. The
police anticipate a long
chase for him.
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Promenade Concert under the
auspices of the Catholic Ladies
Thursday evening at 8 p.m., October 19th, in the Mclntyre Hall.
Admission 50c. Everybody welcome. 3t
EDITH SING WINS PRIZE MEDAL
FOR WRITING AN ORIGINAL ESSAY
Contest Promoted by the R. S. P. C. A. Among the Schoolchildren Brings  Out
Some Very Meritorious Essays���Alex. Hunter, Ruth Kenny, Willie Stephens
(Catherine Pillsbury, Ethel Gray, Bob Ritchie and Marjorie Sing
Carry Off the Most Important Honors
Members of the Executive Com-1 Medallist,   Edith  Sing;   Secord,
mil tee of the Prince Rupert Branch
of the Society for Prevention of
Cruelty to Animals met in the
police court room last night to
decitle the prize-winner in the
essay competition held iit the
public school for thc Society's
silver medal and prizes. Following
is the award:
For Senior Competitors:  Silver
CANADA'S POPULATION 7,100,000
Dominion Census Returns Are Announced Today���-Population of
Prince Rupert is Given at 4771-���Phenomenal Growth
of Cities Throughout the West
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, Oct. 18.���The Dominion Census figures for 1011 were
made public today. They show a
population of about 7,100,000, and
this will Ik* slightly increased when
the full returns have been received.
Four electoral districts have not
yet been made complete returns.
They are Cumberland in Nova
Scotia; Regina and Battleford in
Saskatchewan and Yale-Cariboo
in Biitish Columbia which is estimated to give a population of
70,000. The population for 1011,
less the districts not reported is
7,081,809 as against 5,371,315 in
1001. The population by province
is:
Province��� 1011 1001
Alberta.,
Brii   Col
872,919
862,768
73,022
178,657
Manitoba..
N Bruns ..
Nova Scotia
Ontario....
PE. Island.
Quebec	
Sask iWs^^^^^^^
N.W. Ter       10,000
Yukon	
. 451,691 255,211
. 351.815 311,120
. 401,847 459,074
.2,519,902 2,182,947
. 93,722 103,259
.2,000,697 1,648.898
. 453,508 91,779
20,129
27,219
The following is the population
of the principal cities and lowns
comparative 1911 and 1902 (subject to final revision):
ALBERTA
1911
Calgary       43736
Edmonton     24,882
Lethbridge ... 8,048
Medicine Hat . 5,572
Strathcona        5,580
1902
4,097
2,626
2,702
1,570
550
BRITISH COLUMBIA
8,305
4,472
13,394
4,771
4,319
Nanaimo	
Nelson	
N  Westm'st'r.
Pr Rupert	
Pt Grey	
Vancouver	
Van Nlh	
Van Sth	
V ictoria	
6,180
5.273
6.199
100,333
7,781
16.021
31,620
27,01(1
MANITOBA
Brandon      13,837
Portage La P. 5,885
Si Boniface... 7,717
Winnipeg    135,430
20,816
5,020
3,901
2.019
42.340
SASKATCHEWAN
Moosejaw....      10,824
Prince Albert..       6,254
Regina ...
Saskatoon
30.210
12.002
1.55S
1,785
2,249
113
CHILLY BATH FOR MARK
Indian Named Mark Brown
Got Wet Last Night and Lost
His Purchase.
Down at the wharf last night
where the Knlwhistle Brothers'
gasoline boat was King it  was
pitch dark, and an Indian named
Mark Brown coming down lo
board   the   boal   after   making   a
trip up town attempted to reach
the boal without a lantern.   He
regretted it afterwards, for he
walked straight off the wharf
into the water, got wet through,
and lost his hat antl a treasured
purchase of a pound of grapes.
He might have lost his life, too,
nil he could hardly have regretted
even that more than he did llic
grapes for which he Mid he had
just paid a dollar. Had thc
Children of Israel lost the grapes
if Bshcol coming across Jordan
hey would probably have mourned
hem less pointedly than Mark
lid that |Miund of grapes, He WBI
dl Wet, he had lost his hai. he was
shivering with cold, but nothing
would s'lify him until lhe men
BlOUnd Who had rescued him all
bubbling from the hungry tleep,
had g')l lanterns and helped him
seek ilu* vanished fruit.
Alas, he found it not. The
qter bag hail melted in the
...iter. The grapes had been gobbled by thfl fishes. Mark bemoaned
hem all night antl probably half
lay ileitis, io Massel where Invent ihis morning with the Knl-
ihistlc boys.
ITALY LOSES
IN SKIRMISH
Sharp Fighting Near Tripoli-
Turks Surround Reconnoiter-
ing Party.   Death Roll 100.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
London, Oct  18 ���A despatch to
ihe Chronicle from Constantinople
says Italians are reported to have
suffered serious reverses outside
Tripoli A reconnoitering party
advanced (oo far from their base
anil came in contact with the
Turks who gave battle and forced
the Italians io retreat leaving one
hundred dead on lhe field
CONQUERING HEROES
V. A. C. Lacrosse Team Returns
With Mann Cup
Two  "Cap'' Bonsors
To correct   lhe possibility of a
misunderstanding arising out  of
a news item in yesterday's paper,
wherein a Captain Borsor was
acquitted of a charge of disorder
in a local hotel, the News adds
lhat the Captain Bonsor in question is i-oi the well known captain
of the Inlander There are as
many pimple know, iwo "Cap"
Dili's,,is     The  genial   skipper  of
the Inlander has an excellent alibi
��� he is ;'t present up the river wiih
Ilis boat
Alex Hunter; Third, Kuth Kenny
and Special Prize, Willie Sicphers
For Junior Competitors:   First,
Katharine     Pillsbury:      Second,
Ethel Gray,   Third, Bob Ritchie
and Majorie Sirg (Equal Merit).
The essay written by the silver
nii'dal'isi   is   an   original   one   of
considerable interest, and of outstanding meril amongst the others.
from the general style of which it
is a distinct departure.
The other essays were all meritorious, the oily matter t<> regret
being a certain sameness apparent
in the work of the younger essayists
eemir.g to Indicate that they all
worked from die same stereotyped
model which had rather retarded
iheir nature I originality.
The medal winning essay is here
given:
The judge of the Ai imals' Realm,
Richard Lin.', requests all the
animals of the domestic depart-
iiii. i to appear before him. A
complaint had reached him that
thai particular pari of his realm
was deficient in work, as ;>. whole,
and was therefore treated with
morc than due kindness.
Judge���You an* early, m> friend
Donkev���Yes, your Honor, I
am Solomon, the Donkey your
most humble servant.
Judge���Do >ou lead a merr>
life?
Donkey���Well, nol a very merry
ore. Whop a lol of us get together in a big, green field, have
a frolic and a fine supper lo
Complete (he day's pleasure;   then
we really enjoy that. We enjoy
a. ride on a. sea. shore or or ;> linn
country road with a light youngster, who is rot ir.clir.ed to dig
our sides so thai they are very
sore the next day. The real
fact of the case is thill we have
rather a hard lime of ii. taken
11 together. I\< pie do love to
beat us when we will not go.
Maybe we would be less obstinate
if we were more kirdK treated.
I ki ow we are pretty stubborn
at limes, lull the wiser ores, such
as I am seldom are unreasonably
so. We ;ire patient creatures
aid do a lol of heavy work which
mai'kii d is glad lo have done.
Judge���Aid wini are you?
Horse���Willi; in Horse, Esquire.
I have a lot lo say for my kith
and kin.    A mighty fue race we
are!' What would man do without
us?    "Oh.   he'd   have  an   nulo-
niuliile,"   you   sa\.     And   if   he
could buy such a machine, what if
something  wett   wrong  with   it
on lhe road when you were in r.
great   hurry?     Thin   would   the
faithful   horse   be   called   forth!
Can a machine be a friend and
companion  to a mar?    Can it
speak, think aid feel?    As you
can see I am a. work horse, and so
know something about hard lines.
Like Black Beauty I have been
With kind and indulgent masters
and wiih the cruel nnd overbearing. I remember one of the
laller, especially. His name was
Mr. Snider. I used to go out to
the field and work all day with
(Continued on page (,)
C. P. R. TO HAVE FINE NEW
TURBINE FLYER ON COAST
Beautiful Clyde Steamer "Queen Alexandra" Purchased for Vancouver and North Run to Nanaimo
���Steams Over Twenty-One Knots
Card of Thanks
Mr F L Stover has desired Ihi-
News to express to his many
frierds his appreciation of their
sympathy and kindness to himself
and his little children during their
recent sad beveravemenl
Vancouver, Ocl 17 ���Thc V A C
Lacrosse team arrived home tonight from Toronto With lhe Mann
Cup emblematic of their possession of the amateur championship of the world The team was
given a greal reception
Mr Collins, of the Cold Storage
Company, arrived by lhe Prince
Rupert ihis morning
REASSURE THEIR SECY
At a meeting of the S.O.E.B.S,
held last night in the K of P
Hall lhe lodge reenrilttl    it-- rutin
confidence in their Secretary-Trees*
urer Mr. V. F. Chirk who Wai
���recently honorably acquitted of
an unsubstantiated charge of forgery Mr Clark bears an unblemished record assecrclarv-lrc.'s-
urer of lhe sociely, and in all his
business relations in ihis cily.
Amongst ihe passengers by the
Prime Rupert today was Mrs.
Norman McLeod She wa.s met
by Mr Donald Mrl.eod, of Messrs
Foley, Welch ft Suwart
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners, Phone 4
BASEBALL RESULTS
Coast League
San Francisco 4, Portland 2
Oakland 5, Sacranieiilo 14.
Vernon 6, Los Angel's 2
Announcement  has just  been
made by lhe C. P. R. officials, of
a deal now consummated for the
purchasing of the turbine steamer
yueen Alexandra from (he Clyde
River Passenger Service. She will
come lo this coasl lo relieve llu-
Charmer on lhe Vancouvcr-Na-
namiii run, and will most like])
enter into ihat service nexi spring.
Before leaving the Clyde slu is lo
undergo alterations which will
make her a most suitable \ < ���--< I
for   the   run   fur   which   she   WBS
purchased.
Winn the Queen Alexandra arrives ,*>.t Vancouver the big three-
funnclen  will  have  to look  to
their speed laurels, as lhe lew
vessel can sleam 21.(1 knols an
hour. She is also a larger ship,
lieing   20   feet   longer   (han   the
Princess  May.    Equipped  with
turbine engines she will be (he
first Steamer used by the C< P. R.
ill its roast  service that  has this
latest method of propulsion.
Besides bring a speedy boat, the
Queen Alexandra is one of the
finest equipped vessels (hat have
been turned out by lhe famous
Denny Brother's shipyards. Kv-
erylhing  has U-ci*
and of 605 Ions regtiis.cr. She is
a triple screw Steamer wiih one
large   double   ended   lioiler.     She
has been moat successful from an
operating 'mint of litw, both on
account of the eon oray of her coal
consumption and the absence of
ilu- necessity  for repairs.    The
owner- report lhal the repairs to
turbines   and   lioilcrs   have   I wen
practically nil.
Funeral Notice
Tho infant daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Ross died at 12
o'clock today. Funeral services
will be held at the home of the
parents at 2 p. m. tomorrow,
Rev. F. W. Kerr officiating. Interment at Garden Island.
RUPERT AT WRECK
Landed Captain Logan Salvage
Expert   to   Float   Beatrice
Captain   Barm y  Johnston with
the Prir.ce Rupert made IWO stops
on the way north (his trip, one at
Alert   Bay. at d lhe other al  the
scene  of   the  Princess  Beatrice
Wreck,  where   Captain   l.t-gan   of
the   London   Salvage   Association
r ranged for I was larded   The steamer Salver
the passenger's eonilorl. I of the same company is Standing
rhe Quean-Alexandra Is a steam*tby lhe Beatrice, and there is no
er with (wo funnels BT.d one poleldOUDl thai the stranded vessel
RIBS! (inward, 270 (eel in length,!will be gol off speedily She is
32.1  feet beam end  11 feet deep,Hying easily, Bays Captain Johnston THE DAILY NEWS
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BRANCH OFFICES AND AGENCIES
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BUBSCBIBBUS will greatly oblige by promptly calling up Phone 98 in case of
non-delivery or inattention on the part of the news carriers.
blood to spill. The Italians themselves have suffered humiliation
and great losses in Abyssinia, the French and English have fought
to conquer EgypJ for 100 years and at the end of a twelve-v ear struggle,
France was forced to put 120,000 men into the field ngainsi the Algerians.
Turkey cannot invade Italy without crossing tlie sea or the
neutral territory of Austria and both are dosed to her, She may,
however, incite a religious war ii- Tripoli which will keep the Italian
forces under the guns of their fleet ar.d at the same time, she can delay
and prepare lo resist an Italian ii vasipn of her territory in Europe.
If the Young Turk party, so recently come to power, has a firm
grip on the reins of govern ment and can consolidate the nation for
a war of defense, this course seems to promise as much . - any policy
of pure defense could hope for, If, however, she involves the powers
by reprisals In the Balkans or in Greece, many complications mr.y
arise and when the day of stetlemenl comes she can hopt orl) for the
cold mercy that springs from the mutual jealousy of the European
states,
Daily Edition.
Wednesday. Oct. 18
A SIDELIGHT ON RING METHODS
Dominion Fish Market
FILTON AND SIXTH AVENUE
Dealers ln Fresh Fish,
Oysters and Game ln
season. Fresh Poultry,
Vegetables, Butter and
Eggs     ....
I-HONG 117
P.O. BOX 150
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Cur readers will remember that a week ago ihe exposure was
made that the ruling element in the council had been quietly passing
extensive advertising pap to the Journal, at double that organ's contract prices. Patronage to the extent of StiS'2 had been given it during
the year, and the "ring" in the council fought to give still more, without
competitive tender.
As a result of the exposure, the council had to submit the improvement bylaw advertising to public tender. When ihe lenders came in
that of the Journal was exacth half the rate it has been charging
the dty all the year without competition. Even after a lower tender
was opened from another paper. Acting Mayor Hilditch sought to
have competition eliminated ami the work given to the Journal.
With any relations that m.i; exist between the Journal and any
member of the council the News i- not concerned. There is no accouiu-
ing tor taste. A lickspittle press is invariably popular with incompetent
public officials.
But when members of the council pay out of the public's purse
double rates to a favored party organ the matter becomes a public
issue. Advertising is a purchaseable commodin like groceries e.r
lumber. Ic should be bought in an economic market, in the interests
of the ratepayers. To distribute to a paper with a negligible circulation, large advertising patronage at double the price that should
be paid, is the equivalent of making the party newspaper a gran
out of the civic funds.
It is as indefensible to give a political friend $682 for $341
worth of advertising   as it is to give a political friend $682 for
$341  worth  of groceries or  lumber.      An   opportunity   should   ,!     ^   J     McCUTCHEON     I
be given the Journal to refund $341 to the city treasury. I
. , i   Came* complete stock of Drum.   Special   4
, ,      attention peai to filling prescription*.
New Diamond and
Pearl Goods
We have just received an assortment of Rings, Brooches, Tie
Pins, etc., of the very-
latest design
������������������
R. W. Cameron & Co.
G.T.P. Official   Watch   Inspector.
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue.
PHONE 82
oooocao
MAGNIFICENT MT. ROBSON
Scenic Splendors of Country
Traversed by the G. T. P. are
Unrivalled.
l"�� MtttltlMtW
ITALY MAY HAVE HER HANDS FULL
Theatre Bled n��-s ������ Na, -.��� Second Are. 1
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Ii. a letter received by the Grand
Trunk Pacific Railway, from Mr.
Arthur O. Wheeler, the well known
mow tr.in climber. ��� li topographer,
who is at present in the Canadian
Rockies making observations for
the purpose of mapping out the
district, says:
"We have a great amount of
splendid material for publication,
and a collection, of photographs
that cannot be surpassed. We
have just completed what is very
nearly a 100-mile circuit wound
Mt. Robson, the highest pea.k in
j lhe Canadian Rockies. The peaks
and valleys, lakes and waterfalls,
Ion all sides of il. and the glaciers
are very fine. The region is immense, and ihere is work for years
to come, exploring, mi pping and
depicting. There is a lire lunch
I of high peaks, and large snow-
fields and glaciers southwest of
Ti ii* Jaune Cache. There are also
great peaks up the Athabasca
I and Eraser headwaters, tributary
| to your line. The most sht \v>
part of Mt. Robson is die Robson
Pass and glacier, and Berg Lake."
In addition to the above, Mr.
Wheeler reports  that  his  party
have collected over BOO specimens
|of animal and bird life, and a good
botaincal collection as well.   This
i, * SKILL).    .J 1 l_/lvr_ I (expedition,  which  was organized
I!by the Grand T.unk Pacific, has
General Hardware���
Builders' Hardware
Valves �� Pipes      Oxford Stoves
Graniteware       Tinware
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SECOND - AVENUE ���
The series of unchecked successes which have marked Italy's
progress in the present campaign against Turkey, is liable to mislead
the general public as to tbe magnitude and outcome of the task thai
confronts Italy. Turkey is no mean antagonist. She has great defensive strength and staying power, and if the campaign is a long continued one, Italy may yet find it impossible���certainly will find it J���
difficult���to gain .my practical benefits from lur victories in Tripoli.������
General Nelson Miles of the United Slates annj has pointed OUt
that the conquest of Tripoli may not end thc war. Should Turkey
still show tight Italy may be brought face to face wi;h a much more
dime:.'.; phase.
Italy h.ivir.g declared war she trill !:a\e to bring it to a con elusion.
No nation can afford to li I .. war dn g >.--. indefinitely. In this <-. m .
Italian finances a -..id demand tha* the conflict Ih* concluded. But
to force Turk, j i sul mission to Italian demands direct military pressure must !h- :      -      y Italy upon Turkey itsdf and Turkey is stronger I 	
in the field than Italy. Increasing    Trade    of    Pacific
Turkey, in her last great war. l$?7-7aV showed great powers of     Coast Ports Exceeds All Esti-
resistance.   It was not until a Russian army had crossed the Balkar-.      mates.
*...; cured Adrian pie ar.d was at the gates of Constantinople r 	
they submitted.   It t.-ok 850,000 Russians to do it and Shipka ard I    '< you ever had any doubt i I
i       . .,-i still milii      tyi  nyms lor obstinate defenses. *****  chances   of   Priccc   Rupert
if Italy haa tocarry tht war to Constantinople she will, no doubt, as a great port just consider *��|^_^_5jK^ttS3SJ��g **t mt*tt\
nterasgi  .-.-.������   tgi listance.   But. holding the contr..l remembering that Rupert is two g^SSfcivtt-f^JBiS******>]
' w*��t   to thaiu, tisanes soulh SO chaina,  xher.ee
-aaat SO chains to plac* ot (vm-Tifrcs.ni. r.L
listed S*tpl. 11.1911.    C. E. BAINTER. Locator |
Pub. Sept. 11.
MEANS MUCH TO RUPERT
been a mo.-t successful one, ar.d
when its results are published,
will be of great value. The f. its
now known bear out the general
impression that the territory contiguous to the mountain division
of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway will surpass in sienic beauty
th. t which c.tn bo seen or any
of the Norih .American Trans-
contendnental lines.
COAL NOTICE
SVe-a-.-.a Land D-strict -District ol Queen Charlotte
Tak* nouoa lhat thirty days Irom dat*. 1, C. E.
Bainter nf Princ* Rup-ort, B. C, I.. oecvpaiion
- a...; ���:   intend to apply to list i I..'  Com-
fflu-uoaar al Lanela lor a licence to pro.f-.-c: lor
coal and petroleum oo and under WO acrea ol
- -*^-~^ *   , folio*
. sea, through thi - y of her r..,*.y. ihe may. if she must, days nearer the Orient than Yar
v- where shed     sen.   She might laid in Albania just acr. -����� oouver where the article was writ-
Adriatk from her own port of Brit-di-i. or she might transp"ri ten: There is enough freight await-
toS Ionics or at - ������ ��� on the Turkish coast within ISO ***t shipment from Vancouver and
miles     i   ��� itandnople. (other   I' coasl   ports   that
In the meanwhile her hard- -be full in Tripoli.   To would fill tho capacious hotdi of
African *���:��� vinces 1 ns I ..\i  always had much  three -hip- the size of the Bellcro-
_________________________________________________________________ ������ -a i*- port,
AT THE EMPRESS THEATRE
Skeena Land Diatrict���Diatrict ol Qoma Charlott
Take notices lhat thirty i*>. from elate, I. C. *.. i
Balnter of Pnnee Kup-N-t. B. C by occupation '
t-ockkeseper. Intand to apply to tho Chiel Com- <
tr.iasioneer of Lands lar a l-cer.ee to proapect lor
eoal aad petroleum on and  ur.der (-10 acres of
land on Graham Island desarnbed as follow*:
Commenctna at a poet planted two miles north .
of C. E. B. Coal Lea** No.  10. marked N.  E. '
corner C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 16, thence south
v chaina, thenee weat SO chaina,  ther.ce  nortb
-mi cnaina. thenee eaat SO chains lo place of cora-
irenc-emem.
!�����������.! Sept. 11, 1*11.    C E. BAINTER. Locator
Pub. Sept. SS.
_ ^m^ _ _    ���     ^^     _ _ , I   Vancouver will
1   me.it   aboard
A beautiful Southern Comedy-drama in Five Aett
��� WILL BE I-RODITEP WITH
Mon outward erg., than can
\"  conveniently handled by the
I ��� eamahip Bellcrophon ia stowed    I"    tile    EvanS-Coleman    Wat*-   Saiea* Land Diatrict���District ot ****** Charlotte
���aa*" -r*e        ... .- si Take nouce that thirty days Irom dale, 1, C. E.
1 Wile    rlirt'cl   liner, I Bainter ol Pnnee Rupert. B. C, by occupation
,.     . .   :-- ..ra:-..-. Intend to apply to the Cr.ief Com-
ll-,'      rgl imm     tops     i I   miaaioner of Landa tor a licence to proepect for
���-^^^���^H cai  ar. 1  petrc-le-jm on  and  ur '.rr x>io  acrea  of
II''   I ��� II     am!     I In- 11 t.i     CargO     . '.I | land on Graham Island deecribed aa follows:
.. .,,    , ,        .       , -     Commendnf at a post planted two milea north
Vancouver    Will    Ih-   dliall-ed    tei* \*t C. E. B. Coal Lease No.  ll. marked N.  E.
eorner C E. B. Coal Lease No   IT, thence south
tO    the    CXCecdingl}    80 chains, thenee west 80 chaina, thenee north 80
,  *    ehaina, thence east  50 ehains to place of com-
irgo awaiiia* g shin*, t**'****
, ,    .   , 2    I Dated Sept. 11, 1��11.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
lhe   freighter   |, r | Pub. Sept. 24.
- -
:-.< ��� .v    ,
principally    to    Great
Skeena Land District���District of Queen Charlotte
Take notice lhat thirty days trom data, I, C. I'..
Bainter ot Pria-e* I: .pert.  B. C, by occupation
transfer,
Bri.ain. H	
When  ih.- freighter eventually|��5ya-g&Tti^tgg.g'S;1
sails  from   Pug,.  Sound   for  thi   ��} *?c^^A^2��txl��**m' "
United Kingdom she will carry a [^cTt^fam LSSflta m"."^
eorner C. E. B. Coal Lease No. IS. theoce aouth
SO chains, thenee east M ehaina. tbenc* north SO
chains, thenee weal  ex} ehaina to place of com-
C. E. BAINTER, Locator
The WILLIAMS STOCK Co.
Dated Sept. 11, 1911.
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land Dittrict���District of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty davs after data. I, C- E.
Bainter of Prince K-jpert.  B. C, by occupation
DOORS OPEN AT 7..*i
thai will equal if not exceed
the Uggesl cargo ever shipped by
the Holt Line.
The linen Ming Chow and An-
tilochus are followilg the Bellero-
pIlOTl    itl   .."-tier   and    ihcSI     \*eSSels   bookkeeper, intend to' apply ** the Chief Tom
, ...   l ... ,. ,1       mi��soner of Lands for a licence to prospect for
Will   have  e .   irgOCS  ...    tlU    coal and petroleum on and under 6��0 acres of
,, . Tl      v*        .-l    .    I land on Graham Island descr.bed aa followa;
OUtWnrd VOVJ ge.      The Mng I how       Commeaeins at a post plar.ted two miles north
. ll       .1 .11- rf  e .   K.   B.  1 cai  Leas* No.  13, marked  S.   W. I
is somewhat smaller than the Ilm r ���-�� c. e. b. co_ ****** ** \*. thenc* north
.*     , i i  *       . . i 80 chains, theac* east 80 chains, ibence eouth 80
nOW dlSCnarging here aril I- BlatCd [____ thence west SO chains to place of com-
together with   the Kecmun and|fi!__Stii.uiL  c. e. bainter.Locator
Oanfa for removal from the pn-i it |!Pub s^t 2J*
1 ile-e   Skeena Und District���District ol Queen Charlotte
. ,a, .   e_____i      ,v- Take notice that thirty day*, from date. I. C. E.
former ( hina   MutU.ll   .Na\l- | Bainter of Prince Rupert,  ft. C, by cccupation
tr.ule route to another nn
three fonnel	
gaiion Company's vessels will 1h-;^3*��� _����;_��� *. .*-������ _ pro,^ tor
replaced by large and more modi rn SMff Bd0i^durJT,u$^~c( ���"
freighters which will Include iheUcc!T^T^*ii2Si^J.^T*^sMw'
Cvelnos���row* en route hrr. -    i ,1   ���TT' c' \ B- *__Jfl___! **i ****** �������
l>        iisjw   tn   rouu   nrrt       .till   M chains, tbene* west SO ehains, the<-.<* sou- b 80
the Nestor, the latest addition to | �����;��_��:_** "* *�� ***-" " ****mm
thc Blue Funnel fleet. I fti*lmTV*"""   C * BMNTEM-��'��
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V. F. G. GAMBLE
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Real Estate and Stock Brokers
APPROVED  AGREEMENTS  FOR SALE PURCHASED
Prince Rupert
and
Stewart
'CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Canadian Pacific Railway
B.C. Coast service ��� Famous Princess
Lino
Princess Royal
Friday, October 20th, at 9 a.m.
Victoria, Vancouver and SeatUo
J. G. McNab ��� General Asenl
Double Weekly Service
S.S. Prince Rupert, S.S. Prince George
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Mondays and Fridays, 8 a.m.
���i. Prince John sails for Port Simpson, Naas Rivor, anil Stewart, Wednesdays, 1 p.m.; and for Masset antl
Naden Harbor Thursdays 12 p. m.
For Ski,I, i:.,1,-. Rose Harbor, etc.,
Siiturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service to Copper River
Mix,,I trains from Prince Rupert Monthly*, Wednesdays and Saturdays, 1
p.m., returning Tuesdays, Thursdays
mid Sundays at 4  p.m.
The Grand Trunk Railway System
r,mm-cting with trains from thc Pacific
coast operates a frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains over its
double track route between Chicago,
Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Halifax,
Portland, Boston, New York and Philadelphia. Atlantic Steamship bookings
arranged via all lines. Full information and Uckcts obtained from the
������Mice of
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND   PASSENGER   AGENT
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Prince Rupert Lodge, l.O.O.F.
NO. 63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
All  members  of  the  order in tho city
are requested to visit thc lodge.
J. P. CADE. N. G.
J. GLUCK. Sec.
TO RENT
Comfortable 4 roomed house on
Ambrose Ave., with fine
view of harbor
$15.00 a month
Good 4 roomed house on Hay's
Cove Ave., in block 35
$15.00 a month
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
Second Ave.. Pnnee Rupert, B.C.
I SAVOY  HOTEL
Fra.or and Fifth HI
Tho only hotel In t�����n
with hot anel cold water In rooms. Besl furnished house north at
Vancouver. It.-e.ms-Mic
up. I'hone 87. r.O.
Box lit.      :      !      ���
TRY THE "NEWS" WANT AD.
WAY OF FINDING
Skeena Land DIatrlot*-District of Coast Range '
Take notice that Percy M. Mill.-r of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation Civil Engineer, Intenda to
apply fur permiaaion lo purchaao tho following
doscrlbed landa:
Commencing at a poat planled on the left bank
of McNoll River at north weal corner of lot 4409
R.V., thence eaat 20 chaina more or leaa to weaterly boundary of timber limit &45 (old number
4061(1) thence northerly following snid westerly
boundary of timber limit 00 chaina moro or lesa
tu north west corner uf aald timber limit, thenco
westerly 20 chaina more or leaa to left bank of
McNeil River, thence aoutherly followine* aald
left bank of McNeil River ���0 chaina more or leaa
to point of commencement, containing 100 acrea
more or less.
PERCY M   MILLER.
E. Flexmsn, Agont
Hate June 19.1911
Pub. July IS. Mil
Skeena Land District���District ol Casslar
Take notioa thst It. U. Stewart ol Vancouver,
B.   C,  occupaUon  truckman,   Intenda  to  spply
tor permission lo purchase tho lollowlng doacribed
Commencing at s poet planted 40 chains aouth
ol Pre-emption No. 397 snd 62 chslna east trom
tbe Naaa Hiver (S. W. IM. thence 40 chaina east,
thenco 40 chaina north, thence 40 chslns west,
thence 40 chslns soulh to tho point of commencement to contain 160 seres more or has.
KlCIIAllD  HOWARD STEWART
Dsled Aug, 1911. James T. Fullcrton, Agant
Pub. Sept. S3.
Skeena Land DUtrict���District ol Coast Range 5
Take noUce that Harold E. Smith ol Mun-ly.
Attn., occupation station agont. intends lo apply
lor permiaalon to purchase the lollowlng deacribed
lands:
Commencing st a post plsnted at the southwost corner 100 chslns esst snd 20 chsina north
(rom N. E. vomer ol Lot 1116, Hsrvey's Survey
Coast Diatrict Hange ... thence 40 chslna cast,
Ihence HO chslns norlh, thsnee 40 chslna west,
thence 80 chslns south to post ol commencement
containing 320 acrea, more or lass.
Dsted Sept. 18, 1911. HAROLD E. SMITH
Pub. Sept. 23. Fred W. Bohler, Agen
Skeens Lsnd District-District of Casalar
Take notice that I. Thomas Carter, of Prince
Rupert, occupaUon carpenter, intend to apply
for permiaalon lo purchase thc following deacribed land.
Commencing at a post plnnled about ono mile
south from the mouth of Falls creek and about
ISO feet brack from the beach, thence 80 chaina
north, thenc* 40 chaina weat, thenco 80 chnins
aouth, thenee east 40 chaina to point of commencemenl, conulnlng 320 acrea more or less.
THOMAS CARTER.
Dateel July 7th. 1911.    Charlea Webster Calhoun.
Pub. Aug. Sth. Agent.
Skeens Und Diatrict���DUtrlct ol Coast Range 6
Tske noUce thst I, Thorns* McClymont ol
Prince Rupert, B. C. occupstion real eatate
broker, Inlend lo apply lor permission to purchaa*
the following doacribed lands:
Cmtm-nrine at a psol planted at lhe S. W.
corner ot pre-emption record 412, thonce east 80
chains, thenco eouth 40 cbaina, Ihence weal 80
chaina lo ahor* ol lake, thence following ahore
ol lake in a northerly direction to poinl ��t commencemenl; cunlainlng .120 acros, moro or leas.
Dsteel Sept. 6, 1911. THOMAS McCLYMONT
Pub. Sept. 9. Ereneat Cole. Agent
Skeens Und DUtriet���DUtrlct ot Coast Range 6
Take nolle* lhat E. H. G. Miller ol ralmouth
Eng.. occupstlon surveyor, Intenda to apply to
permiaaion   to  purchsss  tha  (ollowing  described
Commencing at s post plsnled st the N. W. Corner ol Lot 4406. thenc* wost 80 chlana, thonco south
20 chaina, thonce ess. 80 chslna. thenco north 20
chaina to the point ol commencement containing
160 acres mors or leaa. ,,,. .i-ii
Dated August 15, 1911. K. "��� O. MILLER
Pub. Aug. KG. P. M. Millar, Ag*nt
Skeens Und DUlrict-DUtrict ol Coast Range V
Tsks nolice lhat I,  Peter Lai-sen ot Towner,
North Dakota, U. S. A., larmer  Intend to spply
lor pormiaaion to purchase the lollowing described
U Commencing st s post plsnled at the south-
taut corner ol I-ot 1729. thenee south 80 cha ns,
tlience west 40 chslns, thence north 80 chains.
Ihence east 40 chaina to point ���'M������""1"���..^
ti.r. 1 J.ilv 15   1911. PEThll LAIISI*.**.
pTjuly V. 1911 F**i E. CoweU. Agent
Weens Und DUlrict���DUtrlct ol Coast Range 6
Tske MM lhat Linlord Sewell Hall ol I'rTnc.
Rupert,  11.  Oa occupallon locomotive engineaor.
Inton-ls to apply lor permlsaion to purchaao the
ES_g__ L_S ,P,1*""Vu"t *tmS%
*__ &3 Sap S3* ��**
B_f ,h��� .unction ol the LltUe Zlmogotlts Illver
**P**J*B*t*}m*mm**i Illver. thence north 40
Puaf July" G,��-K r"i*"*m*Ag,nt
C*_slsr   Und   DUtrict-DUtrict   ol   Skesna
RE not �� lhal I. Lemuel Freer ol Vancouver,
amm%**\mlis?,o iMtSLm?mm**i
^Sb-v 9?Bj��__S ������**"*
m _��",��*,���.���2(11 chaiiu west thonc* 20 chaina
SB o e.nh"r.20lini Whence Usl _fr>****
"omt ol commencement. conUining 40 acres more
f,r Iff-..,.,, in 1811 LEMUEL FREER
BH52.    ' J. M. CollUon. Agent
Pub. July xs.
^ion^^X **x*TUA BW3
waat Irom the N. w. V��r""' , ,��� chains, thence
**"*** IS SB a��2 sS 20 chslns' to  th.
Eg ********** "uinin' "i,bty ,or"
more or lesa.  .���,���,, R. F. MILLER
Daled August 19 Mil. p M  Mn|M, Ag.nt
Pub. Aug. 26.
*****'��� i.. ***** nost plantad al tho N. E.
Commencing at   . P~d P ������� XJ*" ^moo
Cmner ol Lot 28. Ihence l(|_1|_
affaff,ioiS&? *********** ***���
lalnlng 40 acrea moro or lews.MILLER
Dateel August 16, 1911. "**���}_ M|l|���r, Agent
Pub. Aug. 26.
Skeen. Und l^-[^Z*V'*/.e^ STR��
Tak. nolle, that I cri,V'1 ��, _,���   intenda to
broke,  Ont.,  *>��up��ll".n��� ����2_S th. lollowlng
apply lor prrnilaaion  to purcnase
described lands: ,        , on the loft, bank
Commencing at a post ******* R,v(,r ,t ,oulr,.
ol th. /.yni.Mir.lta or/dn,�� ��nt ��* , , ,���������.,���
wmi corner ol Lol 1706, in������ ,-,,��� B0 chaina
lh, westerly **��%&�� corner ol ..Id Ut
more or low* '"i^rR,0,.���d aoutherly. C8__��
1700.   thence   wns telly   a n |_, t0
^FSasgSa "^ass i�� ***
rnnra Bi I*"' m   mil
"Ucated August 19. W��BMM____*U��__3
P*���Aw'm. fcsdSBS 8- Cl.m.nU, Ag.nt
T
ITEMS  OF
S P O R T 1
I
The New York Giants and the
Philadelphia Athletics piloted each
team hy a man who is regarded
by his frier.ds as the greatest
manager that ever presided over
the destii'ies of a baseball tcan..
N  N  M
These two men are Connie
Mack and John McGraW, leaders
of the Athletics and Ciiains, respectively, two of the greatest
strategists that ever led baseball
teams to the championship of
their leagues. The methods adopted by each man to put his team
in the lead are vastly different.
McGraw is a fighter "from the
word go" ard he has a team of
fighters. Mack is the most peaceful manager known to the diamond.
McGraw coaches his team from
thc third base line or the first
base line, always out in uniform,
except when he is suspended for
a run-in with the umpire. Mack
does all his coaching from the bench
and never appears in uniform.
R   N   M
Mack, however, was not always
the easy-going man he now appears. Back in the days when
Connie was a member of the
Brotherhood and later of the National League, hc was just as big
a "kicker" as McGraw is today.
He fought for every possible thing
hc could get away with, but since
taking up thc managerial end of
the game he has preferred to let
his players do the umpire baiting
and hc takes care that they do
not go too far.
M   K   K
Connie Mack, as he is known
io the baseball fans, in private-
life is Cornelius McGillicuddy,
Connie is a Massachusetts boy and
was born in Easl Brookfield forty
light years ago. He played his
first professional game of ball
with the Brookfield team, which
was a member of a league composed of central Massachusetts
teams. Connie had his first taste
of a pennant winner while a member of his team, as thc club captured thc championship of thc
league, back in 1883. Connie
played first base for the Brookfield
team until he mastered thc art
of holding a curve ball. The
tegular catcher could not hold
a curve and one day Connie was
sent in behind the bat. He was
a success from the first
K   K   Jt
The next year, 1884, Connie was
a member of the Meriden team
and later went to Hartford of
the same league. He played with
Hartford until the fall of 1886, ard
then joined the Washington team
of the National League. He remained a member of the Senators until the Brotherhood was
formed, and then joined the Buffalo team. This was in 1800.
When this league blew up Mack
cast'his fortunes with the Pittsburg team of the National League.
It was while he was a member of
the Pirates that he had his first
experience as a manager. He
remained with the Pittsburg team
until 1890, thc last two years
acting as captain.
k n m
In 1897 lhe Pirates sold him to
Milwaukee of the Western League.
He played first base for this team
and acted as manager until the
advent of thc American League.
In 1901, when the American League invaded thc Quaker City
Mack was offered the management of thc team and he has been
there ever since. Connie played
his last game as a member of the
Brewers back in the fall of 1898.
The last two seasons hc was wiih
this club hc directed the players
from the bench.
Below is a record of the Athletics
since their debut in thc American
League and under thc management of Cornelius McC.illicuddy,
-.phiix of the baseball world-
Year
1901.
1902
1903.
1901
1905.
1900
1907.
1908.
1909.
1910.
1911.
W
.74
.83
..75
..81
..92
..78
..88
..08
..95
.102
L P. C.
(12    .544
53
00
70
50
07
59
85
58
48
.010
.550
.530
.022
.538
.007
.444
.021
.(ISO
Finish
Fourth
Firsl
Second
Fifth
First
Fourth
Second
Sixth
Second
First
First
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DEVOTED   PRINCIPALLY  TO  THE INTERESTS   OF   WOMEN     |
���I ^H**.ll-ai��~MI^'4
= THE COSY CORNER -
lirrsi ns.,,is,,,,   ..,, sm .. e,
This Is a little Bection of tho paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
TO SAVE THE BABIES
Mortality Amongst Infants
Must be Combatted by Science.
The baby was really discovered
within recent years by a Frenchman named Budiu. 11 was he who
realized that there need be no
great increase in the falling birthrate of his own country to prevent
the population from dwindling,
provided that the nation would
but conserve those who were born.
So it was that France began to
"save the babies." There were
established baby clinics, a "consultation for nursing mothers,"
and a number of other national
i.-.slitutions for the protecting and
care of every baby born in France.
This slimmer has seen a vigorous
campaign waged in New York
city by the health department,
the New York Milk committee,
the New York Diet Kitchens
association, the Straus milk stations, and other bodies, working in
co-operation, and the results have
been most gratifying.
Almost the first thing the New
York milk committee did after
getting the thirty-one pure milk
stations to working under full
pressure was to investigate the
"loose milk" supply of the city
This is milk that is sold in tir
cans usually among the poorer
districts, where its cheapness ere
ates a demand. The cans are
hardly ever covered, and con
tamination from flies and filth
is the result. Some of thc loose
milk examined snowed a bacterial
count of 90,000,000 bacteria per
cubic centimeter. The average
contained 5,500,000, while the
board of health allows 1,000,000 as
a maximum for safety and decency.
In New York city alone this*
vigorous warfare has resulted in
cutting the infant death rate 50
per cent, and greally reducing lhe
number of cases of infantile sick
ness a id suffering during the heated
months. Thus thc New York
milk committee feels that its claim
that 50 per cent of the babiet*
who die could be saved with
proper feeding and care has been
justified.
eat some well seasoned tomato
sauce and cut line a little parsley.
Drain the rice when done, and let
the colander stand in the open
oven for three or four minutes.
On a hot platter spread half of tin
rice, over ii sprinkle a third of
thc ham and about the same
quantity of sauce. Add the remainder of each in the same order,
and over al! sprinkle the parsley.
Serve quickly.
A WOMAN'S WAY
Sends Husband to Prison, Di
vorces Him, and Marries Him
Again.
After having divorced her hus
band and caused him to be senten
ccd to the penitentiary for mistreating her, Mrs. Horace Schwartz, of Hutchinson, Kansas, married him again today in tin-
warden's office of the Kansas
state penitentiary. A year ago
Mrs. Schwartz prosecuted her husband. After hc was sent to
prison she gol a divorce, placed
her two children in an orphanage
and returned to her birthplace
in the Fast. Last month she went
to Topeka and obtained a pardon
for her husband. After lhc wedding today Mr* and Mrs. Scrwarlz
departed for Hutchinson to get the
children.
COAI. NOTICE
W. L. DARKER
Archltsct
Second aveiue antl Third street
Over Weatenhaver Bros.' Office.
MUNRO   &   I.A1I.EY
Architects,
Stork Uuililint?, Second Avenue.
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:- AUDITORS
I.aw-Butler Building      Phone No. 280
Prince Rupert P.O. Box 361
Skoena Lund District  -District ul l*ue��n Charlotte
1-rlllliels
Tako notice, tiiut Ausliu M. Urown ol I'rlnce
Hupurt, saelilli-r, Intends t" apply to tho Chiel
Cummlaaiuiie-r o( Liemls um! Works lur a liconco
to tirosiieii-t lur ce,ul, oil und putroleum on and
undor tliu following MMrlbed l.,,.,l. un thu Wuat
Coast u( liruliam islund:
Commuiicliig ut n post planted two rnlti-s oust
ol tlio iniili. r-M cornor ol C. L. No. 4478 Ihuncu
south 80 chains, tliuncu wi-sl 811 chains, thunco
north 80 chuins, ll-.uncu eust 80 chuins lo puint ol
commonceniunl.
AUSTIN M. BHOWN   Loculor
l.iinil, il 'lint July, lull.
I'ub. Aug. 17.
Skeena l.iiirl District ���Dislrict ul Queon Charlott
Islands
'lake notico that Aualin M. Hrown ot Princu
Hupurt, occupation aaddlur, intunels lu apply tu
ilu- chiuf (.'oiMiiissiunor ut Lumls anel Worka lur
a licunce to prospuct (or coul, nil and petroleum
on and under tin* tolluwlng duscrihuel lunds on tliu
Weat Cuusl ul llrulium lalund:
lleglnniiir* ut a pe-st plantud throe mile*, eust o
the iiortlieusl cornor ul C. L. No. 4174 thunco 80
chains east, tlience 80 chains suuth thi-ncu 80
chaina we-st, thunce 80 chains nurth to puint of
comrne* ii cinem.
AUSTIN M. HROWN, Ucato
Ucutod Auguat 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeena Und DUlrict���District ul quoen Charlotte
Islands
Taku notice thut Austin M. Hrown ot I'rinco
Hupurt, saddler, inlenda to apply tu lhe Cblel I
Commissioner ot Unds and Works fur a licence
i��� pruspuct lur coal, oil and pi-lroluiim on snd under
llu- following described lunds on the Wost Cosst i
ol liruliam lalund:
Commencing at a poat piunted threo mllea oaat   local aniisthet'ies ndniinistcred for the palnloaae��
ol tliu northeaat cornor of C L. No. 4409 thance | traction of teeth.      Coneultalion froe.
Maple Ice Cream
Heat quickly one pint of rich
maple syrup, let stand off the fire
for a moment, then pour in a thin
stream over six eggs beaten until
very light. Return to the fire
in a double boiler and stir, lifting
frequently, until the mixture is
thick enough to coat the back of
a spoor. Strain ard stand aside
until cold, stirring occasionally.
Add one pint of good cream and
one teaspoonful of vanilla and
freeze.
Ai.KRKD CAHSS,
of Urltlah Columbia
and Manltobu llura.
V. HENNKTT, H.A.
uf 11C. Ontario. Saa-
kat.'hewnn  and Al-
Is-, 1,1 llura.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
OfUcc-ExrhanKC block, corner Third avenue snd
Sixth street. Princu llutiert. 8
WM. S. HALL, L.D. S., U.D.S,
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operations skilfully treated.  Gas and
New Dessert
A new dessert made of apples
is as follows: Peel and core iwo
pounds of apples, and cook until
soft with 1-4 pint of water and a
little sugar. Soak 1-2 oz. of
gelatine in cold water, add the
juice of a lemon, ard dissolve il
by heat. When the apples an
quite soft, strain the gelatine
into them, lwil up while stirring,
and when cool pour into a mould.
Set on ice and serve with whipped
cream.
FREEDOM IN DRESS
Still to Ir* neat, still to be dresi,
As you were going LO a feas.;
Siill to be powdered) still perfumed
Lady, it is to be presumed,
Though wii's hid causes are nol
found,
All is not sweet, all is not sound.
Give me a look, give me a face,
That makes simplicity a grace;
Robes loosley flowing, hair iis free- -
Such sweet neglect more i.iketh im
Than all the adulteries of art;
They strike my eyes, but not m\
heart.
���Ben Johnson
The Explanation
One of the young doctor's first
clients was a fat girl. Her fames-
weighed upon her, and she Wanted
to get rid of some of it, The
young doctor drew up a careful
diet. She was to eat dry loasl,
plain boiled beef, etc., ;vd lo
return in a month to njiorl
reduction.     At   the   end   of   tin
month she could hardly gel through
the doctor's (lootway. Hc w;*-
aghast.
"Did you eat what I told you?"
In* . *aked.
"Religiously."
His brow wrinkled itself. Suddenly he had Ml inspiration.
"Anything rise?" he asked.
"Only my ordinary mead."
east 80 chaina, thence aouth 80 chaina, thence
weat 80 chaina, Ihence north 80 chains to point ot
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BBOWN. Locator
Ucatt'd August Iat, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Und DUtricl���DUtrlct ol queen Charlotu
lalanda
Tako notice that Aualin M, Ilrown ot I'rince
Rupert, occupation aaddlur, Inlenda to apply
to tho Chief Commlaaioner ot Landa and Worka
lor a licence to nroapoct (or coal, oil and petroleum
on anel under Inu fullowlng doscribod landa on tl..,
Weet Coasl ol Graham Island:
Commencing at s post plaalee! two milea east
ot the southeast corner ot C. 1- No. 4477 thence
80 chslns north, tlu-nce 80 chaina eaal, th.nce 80
chaina aoulh. thence 80 chaina west lo point ol
commencement.
AUSTIN M. UROWN, Ucstor
Locsted 81st July, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeens Und District    District ol Queen CharloUe
lalands
Tako notie. thst Auatin M. Hrown ol Prince
Rupert. occupaUon aaddler, lulenda to spp'y to
tbe Chlet Commissioner ol Unds snd Works tor
licence to prospect tor cosl, oil and petroloum on
snd under tho lollowing described landa on tne
Wmi Coaat ol Graham laland:
Commsnclng at a poat planted three miles esst
ol the southesst corner ol C. l~ No. 4476 thencs
north 80 cbsins, Ihence esat 80 cbaina, Ihence eouth
80 chatna, thenc* woat 80 chaina to point ot commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN. Locator
Located August 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. IS.
Skeena Und DUtrict--District of Queen Charlotte
lalanda
Tako notice that Austin M. Urown ot Prince
Rupert, aaddlor by occupation, inlenda to apply
to lhe Chiel Commiaaioner ol Unda and Worka
(or a licence to proe|tecl tor cost, oil snd petroleum
on snd under tho lollowing described Isnds on ths
Wesl Coaal ot Grabam laland:
Commencing at a post plsnted three miles east
ot the northeast corner of C. I.. No. 4471 ihence
aouth 80 chaina, thenee weal 80 chaina, tbenc*
north 80 chatna, ihence eaat 80 chains to point
ot commencement.
AUSTIN   M.   UROWN,   Locator
Located Auguat 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Und District���District ol Queen Charlotte
lalands
Take noUce that Auatin M. Urown ol Princ*
Rupert, occupation aaddler, Inlenda lo npply
to Ihs Chiel Commissioner o( Unds snd Works
lor s licence lo proap-Kt lur eoal, oil snd petroleum
on snd under tne (ollowing described Unds on the
Weal Coasl ol Grahsm IaUnd:
Commencing at a post planled three miloa essl
ot the northeast corr.sr ol C. 1.. No. 4471, ih.nce
80 chslns eaat, thence 80 chains south, thence 80
chsins west, thence 80 chsins north to point ol
commencemenl,
AUSTIN M. UROWN. Locstor
laocated August I.l. 1911.
I'ul. Aug. IS.
Skeena Und DUtrict���DUlrict ol Queen Charlotte
lalands
Tske notice that AusUn M. Drown ol Princ*
Ru*H*rt. ssddler, inlands to spply to th* t In, I
Commiasioner oi Unds snd Work, (or a licence
to prospect lor coal, oil and pelroleum on and under
lhe. lollowlng described Unds on lhe Weal Coast ol
Grshsm laland:
Commeneing at a post planted three mllea (rom
the aoulheaat corner of C. I.. No. 4472 thenc* 80
chaina wvst, th*nea SO chains north, theme* 80
chaina east, tha-nee 80 chains suuth lo poinl ol
commencement-
AUSTIN M. DROWN, Locslor
Located August 1st. 1911.
Puh. Aug. IB.
Uelirerson Dlock. Pnnee Rupert.
0(11 cea:
ll-l!
Alex.M.Manaon R.A..     W.E.WIIIIama.n.A., L.L.D
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
p. o. box a
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OK SINGING
IMT1L OF WM. rOXOS, Esq.. A.R.A.H.. ION., KS.l
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE   AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Third Avenue also Water Street,
PRINCE RUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS -  SADDLERY  MANUFACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and Hth Sts
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND Ave.
SMITH & MALLETT
THIRD AVE.
Plumbing, Heating, Steamfitljng and
Sheet Metal Work
OfHe-e: Hi-el Ave,
Phone 174
Workshop:
2nd Ave. bet. 7th and Slh Sta.
LAND LEASE NOTICE
PIANOFORTE LESSONS
For Beginners and Advanced Pupils
Miss Vera Greenwood
Pupil of Ira,,.- Wllcsek, Parla and Berlin.
Room 28. Alder Block Upstairs
=__ -E.
EBY   C&   Co.
REAL  ESTATE
MS Coola Und DUlrict  -DUtrlct ol Coasl Rang*
S
Tske nolice Ihst II. M. i In! ol Dundslk. It.
lsnd*   occupsllon   gentlemen,   intenda   lo   apply
tear permiaalon   to   loss*  lh.  following  da-scribed
lands:
Commeneing at a post planted on lhe ahor*
ol Nerlortascnnnay River shout 10 chslns west
of 1,.,,..,. II.-. r\<- Line .thence west 60 chains
folluaing the channel ol Neclecteconnsy River.
thence south 80 chslns mure or loss to chsnnel
ol Hells Ca*!. Itiver, thencs following chsnntl
ol Hells Cools P.lwr easterly 60 chains, north
80 chaina more or leaa to point ol commencement;
contsining !-<< acn-a, more or less.
Daled August-.'8,1911. II.   M.  CLIFF
Pub. Sept. 30. WlllUm McNair, Aganl
Hells tools Und DUtricl -Disuict ol Coast Rang*   ���T*V  Hrlne**  Rupert Lodge. No. 318. Sons  of
a England, meets ihe tint and third Tueedavs  In
Take notice lhat 11. M- (US ol Dundalk. lr*- , *��rh month in the Sons uf England  Ball. 819 2nd
lanel,   occupation   gentleman,   Ir.t.nda   lo   apply ] Av* at 8 p.m.
lor p-armiaeion  to lease  th. fullowlng  deecribed I F. V. CLARK. Sec.,
lands: I* tl  H���a -:.-. prlne. Hupert
Commencing st a.posl planted st lh* N. W   ERNEST A. WOODS. I'ressidenl. Box 23
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
kitsumkalum ���       H C
S. O. E. B. S.
co-ner ol l~t Uil. thenc., aouth 40 chaina more
ot l.-aa to northern l-,,���t���lsry ot Usue No. I applied
lor ny ll. M. ('lilt, thenc* following said boundary !
eaat 2li chain., thenre north 40 ehslns, thenee
west 2li ehalna to point of eommencoment; con-
taming Mi aciee, more or l.e*.
Ilalrsl Augual 28, 1911. II.   M.  CLIFF
I'uh. Sept- xo. Wllllsm McNair, Agent
MISS ELSIE  FROUD
A.L.C.M.
Teacher of Piano, Violin and
Voice Cull IP
DIES OF EXCESSIVE  FLESH
Buttermilk Pie
Beat two eggs lightly with 1-2
teaspoon sugar. Add gradually
1 tablespoon Hour, 1 pint buttermilk and tablespoon of butter.
Work all the Ingredients together.
Line a flat pic-dish wiih pastry, and
pour in the filling afler adding any
spice preferred.
Rice, Ham and Tomato Suace
Wash a cupful or more or ric*
(a larger quantity when there a.e
morc than three at table) through
several waters. Drop it into n
keltic containing at least four
quarts of rapidly boiling waler,
add a scant tablespoonful of salt
and keep at a galloping boil until
lhc grains feel tender when rul/.ied
between thumb antl finger. This
will take from fifteen to twenty
minutes. Put some lean, cold
ham  through   the  food  chopper,
George S. Schober, Who Weighed 650 Pounds, Expires from
Illness Caused by Obesity.
Hella C.h.I. Und Dutrict    DUlrict ol Cosst Range
Take in nee lhal II. M
land,   occupation   gentleman,   intends   i���   sfply
(or  t-era-miMM.n  lo less* the (ollowi.ig  d.*cril*ed
landa:
Commencing at a posl planteel at the S. E
corner ol Ut 2.11, thene* auuth 40 chain, more
or 1"M te northern boundary ol Leaa* No. I
ap|,l���-l tor by II. M. IMS, Ihenee eaal 20 chain.
alung said boundary, Ihence north 40 ehslns,
Ihence we*t 20 ehslns lo point of commencement.
contsining 80 sen*, rrare or Ires.
Dated August 28, 1911. II.   M.   'I.Ill
I'ul,. Sepl. 30. Wllllsm McNair, Agenl
2nd Ave,
��� IIS ol Dundslk. Ire-   BstSfSM Tth & 8th Sts.
Prince Rupert
Bella Coola Und DUlrict    DUlrict of Coast Rsnge
S
Tske notice thsl II. M. Cliff ol Dundslk. Ire- :
lend, occupallon gentleman. Intends to al.ply  lor
permission to lease the lollowlng dearrel-o-l Isnels*
('ommenclng  st  a  post  plant-*.!  at   the shore
near Ihe N. K. comer ol l-ot No  8, thrnce north
40 chains, thenee west 80 chains more or less to
esst iKiundsr-,   nl cannery lease, thence lolloeing
Ihe said east boundary aouth 40 chains more or'
lesa  to  shor*   line,   thence  loiluwing   said   ahore I
line easterly 80 chaina more or leas to p -,,,,  of I
commencement;    containing 320  acres,  more or
lr-
Dated August 31, 1911.
Pub. Sept- 80.
II.  M. CLIFF,
William McNair, Agent
The burden of carrying around
650 pounds of his own flesh and
bone caused the death lhe other
day of George S. Schober of
jency Cily, N. J., at the age of
fifty. Schober, as far as is ki i.Wi
here, was die heaviest man in
thc United States, His obesity
brought on an illness which began
a year ago.
Got Excited About $5
('. W. Benson charged with
being drunk and causing a dis-
turb.ince at lhe Premier Hotel
last night came before the magi--
trate this morning,   Ilis case was
dismissed, but the magistrate read
him ;i stern lecture on growing
vociferous over a  petty debt  of i,
$5 which he sought t.i recover EUr"^ * ���        ���*** *���**"
E. .    FISHER
Funeral   Director and   Embalmer
CHARGES REASONABLE
THIRD   AVENUE      PHONE   3S��.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKER* ani. EMHALMER3
Funeral   Directors
3rd Ave. near nth SI. I'hone No. 8C
Bella Coola Land Distrlrt-Dlalrlet ol Coaal IUnge !
3
Take nolice lhat II. M. CHIT ol Dune'llk, Ireland, occupation gentleman, Intenels to sp|,lv
(or permission to lease the following d,wcril��ed
lands:
Commenrlng at a post plsnts.1 at the N. R. I
corner ol Ut IS. thence north 20 chains, Ihence!
wml 40 chains, thence setull, 20 chains mure or,
less lo she.re line, thenee following the .hore line!
east 10 chain* more or less to point e,( commence '
ment: containing 80 earn, more or less.
Daleel August SI, 1911. II.  M.  Mill
I'uh. Sept. 30. William McNair, Agent I
llrlla Coola land DUtrlct -District nl Coast Rang* I
3
Take notice thai II. M. CUB ot Dundalk, Ire--
from   another
poker debt.
in ive
ll
Read The Daily Newa
..Grand Hotel.
Worklngmsn's Home
Free Labor Bureau in Connection
Phone 178 1st Ave. and 7th St.
GEO. BRODERIUS. Preprlatof
Utile's NEWS Agency
('(imrm-tiflriB at  * |��o��l planlM at  thp N. W.l
I mrnrr of l*o\ No. 4, thrnre north 40 chaina, thrnce! .-           , -.    .    ,,     ,          ..
r-wl 40 ehalna. UMAM ""tith  to chatna more or | MaRazttlPR :*. rorlotilCBiB *.'. Nt'WR-papert
Inn  to  ahort'  ilm-,   thf-ncc  Inllttmlntt   ahor*   lit,'
wcalcrly 10 chaina niorm nr Mi to imlnt ol corn*   ���._ _ .,,, -,�����* . -.*-.*-.��          ___mm____i
mr-ncrinrnt;   renUlnlnR 80 acrr*. more or !�����.       CIGARS ..   TOBACCOS   II    FRUITS
l)at��l AuKU.t 2H, 1911.                  11.  M. CLIFF ***********
Puh. Repl. 80.                    William McNair, A|tftt | G.T.P.  WHARF THE DAILY NEWS
EDITH SING
WINS ESSAY PRIZE
(Continued from Page One)
HXX-KKXXM   K K K K K K  K8~
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my head held high with a cluck-
rein because it was the particular fashion among the farmers.
This was very uncomfortable.
Then 1 was trotted home into a
cold barn and, lieing warm from
the exertions of the da>, 1 had a
severe cold the following day,
which made me rather irritable.
My stall being filthy added to
my discomfiture. Then you would
think we might ill least rest on
the seventh day, but no, I was
called oul to go to town and that
day was finished without any
comfort i<> speak of. I guess >ou
think I must be a crank but ihis
is not all. However, I had a better
master in the nexi one and I
have concluded thai some men are
co.isiinus of the feelings of the
dumb. My sister was city-bred
and she knows of that side of life.
1 have seen her dashing down the
street with her head held high
and her beautiful mane, of which
she was once so proud, cut short
and her tail suffering the same
fate. One could not then see
the sorrow she had gone through.
She was a doctor's horse, and
many times had to stand in the
rain while her master visited his
patient. Then she would hurry
away again after the tiri.ig wait.
Then Charlie was a dray horse.
He knew the meaning of having
a heavy load going up grade or
down grade, without a brake, and
going thiriaiy all day.
Judge���Here comes Bowser.
Dog���Bow,  wow,   1   belong  to
the Animals' Rights Society. Here
are some pointers which belong to
lhe  society:    Kirstv if  you  want
to  keep us, feed us.    We don't
Want roast beef and turkey twice
a day, but plain, good substantial
food   three  times a  day.    Then
we   get   strong,   healthful   bodies
and  will do our work more successfully.   You will find us faithful
friends, and willing helpers if we
get proper treatment.    Our ken-1
nels   should  be   clean   and   airy.
If  our master's house should be
so why shouldn't our homes be
the same?   1 have heard of main-
dogs who protect  their master's
dwellings,  drive  carts,   who   bo-
come  venerable   for  their  heroic
deeds.    Our baths should be frequent in order ihat our coats be
respectable.    If our baths were
given more gently we would nol
do so much grumbling when that
time conies. J know men know
they should not beat us, so there
is no need of saying anything
aboul that, but they do get very
angry with us. "What would you
do.when he runs away?" grumbles
one. May I suggest that that
dog might have been lonely. If
we need punishing, maybe it could
be given more gently and effectively. Remember a dog haa
intellect   Bow-wow.
Judgi���Welcome, meek Mi*-.
Mooley Moodle.
Cow���First, let me have a drink
of refreshing, spring water fur I
have walked ii lung wax.    There!
I feel bcttci already. I ihink we
are of as much  Importance as
our friend, the horse, and surely
ii-    Useful,   and    might    therefore
to be given ;is much consideration
.ir, he. Our stables should be
spotless, ami our COStS should be
sleek and glossy. We should
be fed well and our drinking water
should be clean, no dirty scum to
be allowed on the surface. What
will be giver, in return? The
very best milk and cream and a
nice, kind disposition. Wh.'.l more
could you Want?
Judge���Thai will do for today.
1   think  xve are  agreed   thai  do��
m -tic animals, being all Important
to lhe human nice, should lii-
trcatcd  in  return   wiih  kindness,
since   they,   too,   have  feelings.
So three cheers for humane societies!
AT THE THEATRE
'College Chums" Makes
Good. Company Will
Stay Till the Week-end
" li
XI ' '
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I
Amongs'.   the   excellent   shoxvsl
billed by the Williams Stock Gwn-1
pany during Iheir Empress T1k$Itc
engagement up io now, th-wtr
formance lasi  night of "College
Chums" stands out as one of the
best.     This   comedy   drama   of
college life has a well constructed
plot, and gave ample opportunity
lo every member of the cast. The
play was n-ceix-ed with great appreciation by the large audience,
and the announcement made that
(he Williams Company will remain until the end of the week
was welcomed.
As Jim Craham and Ned Bromley, the two rival chums, Messrs.
W. S. Y;in Dyke and George L.
Sweatman displayed much power,
Arthur Cyril as Gcorgie Wall,
Jim's friend, acted excellently, and
as Gabe Higgins Dave William.*-
in a character part again achieved
a triumph. As Martin Underwood, the hunchback with warped
mind cherishing murderous ideas
Al every turn to advance Bromley's evil wishes, Byron Aldenr
xvas terribly realistic
Miss Pinkie Mullaly, who appeared first in a neat "trousercUc"
skirt which she xvore very fetching-
lx, made a most attractive Dora
WiiLsten. As Kale Blake-more
Miss Marguerite Doyle had a
part wiih much pathos to express,
and she played it well. Miss
Ora Wolff had a double role to
fill, and quite excelled herself
as "Mipgins," Uie slangy wench
from the cit\.
At lhe close of the second act
Mr. Williams a.inounced that a
matinee will be put on by special
rcques. on Saturday afternoon
to give those ladies and children
who do not care to |>e out late
at night, a chance to sec thc
very popular play "The Sxx-eetest
Girl in Dixie." Tonight."Roanoke," also a pretty Southern drama,
will be Staged for the firsl time ii
Prince Rupert.
"The News" Classified Ads.
���One Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
-THEY   WILL   REPAY   A   CAREFUL   LOOKING   OVER-
2:
Phone ISO
The Insurance People
Fire
Life
Marine
Accident
Plats Glass
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared While You Wait.
THK
Mack Realty & Insurance
COMPANY.
Hotm-a and Rentals.
u
 *
For Rent
:~&
Furnished rooma with bath,
tho week.   Talbot Houae.
StM���ll rules by
ltm-tf
Notice
Our pstrona will plpase note thnt nil accounta
strainst the. individual of the firm, the Pony Express, will be kept separate from those of the
Pony Company. datinK* from the 1st of October.
1U1I.
E. A. F.I.LIOT,
J. ROOTJES.
538-243 FRED PETERSON.
A WATERFRONT DISPUTE
Cetriana Served with Writ in
An Unconventional Manner.
Skipper will Hire Longshoremen His Own Way Direct.
Nontly Furnlshoel rooma. cantlemen preferred.-
Apply Mrs. Mullin, over Majestic Thentro.     tf
Nice Furnlahed Rooma, Mra. Creenwood. Alder
Hlock; Third Avo. 178-tf
Fur Rent-Furnished rooma. Hot nnd cold water
with bath. Digby Rooma. Ctli Ave. nnd Fulton
Street. tf
Fur Rent-Sons of England Hall. Ut 2nil'Ave., for
Dancea. Fraternal S.icletlea, S.,ciu!a. etc. Apply
I* rank A Ellis. Box 869 or ph���tie ti.-. 186-tf
r
For Sale
1
1*. O. Box 264.
Farmer's  Boiler,
.   Apply Box N..
30-30 Savage Rifle, good as ne u
235-2*11
To Teamsters or Dairymen -
new, capacity about 30 gallon
Daily Newa.
For Sale-Chicken Ranch. 2 St���rey houae, houac-
hold goods. Near Prinoe Rupert. A anap If
taken at once.   Address Box lis. tf
$2000 Hikes excellent view lot with substantial 4-
roomed cottage, lot 6. block 2, section 6. Borden
St.   Enquire on premises or P.O. Box 8.
238-242
Insurance
TO THE EDITOR
In Favor of Woman Suffrage
_i
OUR Companies are noted for prompt and juat
settlements. We write every known class of
Inaurance. Tho Mack Realty and Insurance Ca
*mtj*s*matmi
Dear Sir,���Kindly give me space
for a few words and some arguments iu fiix-or of woman suffrage.
Because there seems no sound
reason why women should not
vote.
Because those who oliey laws
should have something to say
as to their making.
Because those who pay taxes
to support government should be
represented in government.
Because working women need
io vote to regulate conditions.
Because 00 per cent of the
women want the ballot.
Because the world could nol
continue without woman any
more than without man.
Because government is a question of the people and should lie
by ilu- people, not by men alone.
Because woman is an Individual
soul, and shtiiild be allowed to
act fur herself.
Because e-ll women don't make
inarri ige iheir only goal in life.
Because man has no rights to
give her only What he took away
from lm and that too because
hc was physically stronger.
If we are lonely in our little
room with no man to love us, we
haven't one to find fault with us.
Yours truly,
A SINGLE WOMAN
Because the skipper of the Northern B C Coast Steamship Company's steamer Cetriana wanted
to hire his own longshoremen ;-.i
50 cents per hour (in ion rate) to
help discharge his cargo of coal.
ard flouted the authority of the
G. T. P. xxho as owners of the
xxharf insisted he should  employ ���,     .   .���
1      ���    Wanted���All
men engaged by the Pacific Coasl
Stevedoring Company, a writ was
served   by   the   sheriff   upon   the
Cetriana yesterday afternoon.
After thc G. T. P. had arranged
for the xvrit to be served amusing
efforts xx-crc made lo effect the
legal formality. When the sheriff
sought the skipper he xvas no
where to be found. The lirsi
mate, too, was missing, and the
second had nothing to do xxith
the business in question. So the
-heriff served the xvrit upon v.
heap of coal, and thc men gleefully dumped another bucketful
i.pi.n il, burying it out of sight.
So say the waterfront wags at
any rate.
Sheriff Shirley's version is that
lhe matter is entirely private, ard
that he served the xvrit by placing
it in one of the vessel's cual buckets
Wanted
StenoirraphcrWanted-Apply Box 1531 tf
Wanted���A irood -mart boy for provision store.
Apply at once Ideal Provision House. 235-tf
Wanted Nursing. Obstei'trics a specialty.
Residence >_'.. Third Ave.    Phone 24. Red. *       tf
Wanted. ��� Cleaning and pressing*, alterations
and repairing for men and women- Drersmaking
called for and delivered. Mra Charles Percher,
>2�� 1 hm! Ave.   Phono294 Red. tf
   kinds of embroidery worked at moderate prices. Send your own pieces and have
them worked. Mrs. W. E. Williicroft. Hlg Bay
P.O. 238-240
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
FEED STORE
We carry everything in the feed line, atao garden seeds at the lowest market prices, at Collart's
olg Feed Store, Market Place
PONY EXPRESS
Prompt Delivery
Phones 41 or 301
1
j        Lost and Found        ,
FOUND-2 Small Keys.   Inquire at Newa Office.
225-tf
Lost��� Ladles* watch in bracelet.   Reward bv returning to News office. tf
Loat���A small memorandum book, containing
three papers valuable only to the owner. Return to Albert Matzen, Vancouver Chop House,
and be rewarded. 238-239
RAINBOW  RECEPTION  BILL
r
Real Estate
J
Will buy lota In Prince Rupert at bargain prlcea
for caah. Apply I'. O. Box 800 slating location,
price, etc. 231-tf
I
Situations Wanted
Wanted-Position by experienced steneMrraphcr
Apply P.O. Box 437. 233-239
LOTS  FOR  SALE
1 lot, block 17, section  1,   First  Ave.,
Price |2500,  $1000 cash,  balance ti,
12 and 18 months.
1 lot, block 9, sectinn 5, Sixth Avenue.
Price $1525, half cash, balance ti,  12
and 18 months.
1 lot, block 14, section 5, Summit Ax-c.
Extra large 32-foot front.      Price
$1250, $800 cash, terms.
Lots  10  and  11,   block  24,   section 5,
7th Ave.   Two fronts.   Make offer.
1 lot, block 15, section 7. Two fronts
Sixth Avenue and Hays Cove, with
house 32x20.    Price $2625.
2 lots, block 22, section 7, Sixth Ave.
Price $000 each, $300 cash, balance
$26 per month.
4 lots, block 11, section 8, Tenth Ave.
Price $300 each, $25 cash, balance $10
per month.
HOUSES FOR SALE
4 room house, Ambrose Avenue, plastered, best harbor view in city. Price
$1837. $500 cash, balance $30 per
month.
FOR RENT
2 Houses, 5 rooms each, papered, plastered, painted, on 9th Avenue. $22.00
per montn.
Sturt's on Second Avenue.
Notice of Dissolution
/-      ,       r    sa, i    i-    .     bbs^bbbsI . I    '���"���*''" ***** ����������* Arm ���f Charles B. Wark
X_OSt    Ot    [Naval    entertainment j* Company which has been carrvlnn: on the jewelry business In partnership In Prlnc-e Kupert, H
Was  Well  Under  $400
Bills for lhe expenditure incurred by the cily on recount of
the Rainbow reception wen- passed
by the council lasi right. The
sum total is $302.40, the items
being Exchange Grill S64.86 and
1147.50, J. Nickerson $30. Kaien
Island Club $35, Janitor $5, F.
Kelly 180.60, and Clark Brothers
no.
ROANOKE"
"Roanoke," a Southern comedy
drama by Hall Reid, will be played
iii ihe Empress Theatre tonight
because a previous Sou ihem play,
"The Sweetest Cirl in Dixie,"
gave such good satisfaction. Mr.
Williams feels safe in offering
"Roanoke."
The stury is enlirely different
but   the Southern  character  pre-
dominates   and Aunt Dinah, the
Southern mammy, as played by
Miss Ora Wolff is said to   bo a
ureal   comedy   character,     Mr.
I Dave Williams as Col. Tom H.iilt y
The new G.T.P. News Stand is oxcepJonnlly good while Miss
for Lowney's  delicious  Choco- Mullally In the Southern ^irl���is
lates, fresh from the factory.   tf|as always, charming.
Had n Trip     Home     )\\\
W. B. Kerr and D. McLean,!
two young Scotchmen who rank
as "old-timers" have returned from
a three motnhs' trip to Scotland.
Tiny visited tin* Glasgow Exhibition while away.
Satisfaction Flows
from every one of
"McRae Bros.' Special"
$1.50
Fountain Pen
The best value obtainable
anywhere
.
Made for use by the always
dependable
L.  E.   Waterman Co.
McRae Bros., Ltd.
avr.RVTIIINO FOR THK OFFICE
C, has this day been dlaaolved, Charlea 11. Wark
retirinir from the Arm, and that Willi,,,,, Wsrk
and William H. Wark intend to continue the said
business In Prince Rupert under the lirm name
of W Wark A Son. and will collect all moneys
due the said firm of Charlea B. Wark A Company
and pay nil debu owlnjr by the said linn.
Dsted st Prince Rupert. B.C., this 11th day of
October. A.D., IHU.
W. WARK.
W. H. WARK,
234-240 B.C. WARK.
LINDSAY'S c^Kg��-
G. T. P. Transfer Agents
Ordera promptly fillesl.   Prices reasonable.
OFF1CE-H. B. Rochester. Centre St.    Phone fix
PONY EXPRESS
8VKTT.MA.Tlr MERCHANTS' DELIVERY SERVICE
IlaiTKBire, Storage and  Forwarding* Aaronta.   For
Nil's or Motor Car day or eiinlit
Seventh Ave. and Fulton Phone 301
Fireman Wanted
Applications will be received by the City Clerk
up to 4 p.m., Octeiber 30th, for the position of fireman. Applicants to state age and experience.
Salary 190 per month.
21f,-238
ERNEST A. WOODS,
City Clerk
New
Knox
Hotel
BESNER & BESNER, Proprietors
The New Knox Hotel la run on the European
plan. Flrst-claaa service. All the Latest Mesle*rn
lmprovementa. -:-:- BEDS C0c UP
FIRST AVENUE, PRINCE RUPERT
LadlM* Suits nnel Skirts. A few left 1,1 brown
nnd I-l,,' I- broadcloth, ali-.es 34 anil 42. Wilt close
nut nt till nnd till,    rhll Hieljln, 3rel Ave.   2.14-230
For row boats and launches
Telephone 320 green. Davis
Boat House.
MOTOR BOAT FOR SALE
26 foot auxiliary, 5 h.p. power Palmer
engine, cabin with stove, al! complete, $400.
CIGAR STORE AND FIXTURES
Fixtures, wall cases, show cases complete. Price $300, or will rent for
$75 per month.
LAND FOR SALE
5 and 10 acres, garden trucking at
Kitsumkalum. Price $65 per acre.
Half cash, bai. 1, 2 and '���' years.
10 acre tracts, garden trucking at Kitselas, $50 per acre; terms.
FOR LEASE
Three lots, Third Avenve, close in,
level, good lease.
LOTS IN NEW HAZELTON
$10 down and $10 per month buys a
lot now.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
...FORJRENT...
6-room  House on  8th Ave., section 5.
Partly furnished, $22 a month
...FOR SALE...
Lots 8 and 9,   block  34, sec. 8, $600.
Easy cash and terms
Lot 19, block 26, sec. 5.     Easy terms.
Lot 22, block 24, sec. 5, $800.
Lot 17, block 49, sec. 7, $350.   $50 cash
and $25 per month.
Fore, Life, Accident and Lability Insurance
JOHN DYBHAVN
Pattullo Block.
BOYS!
START IN BUSINESS
Sell the Daily News.
It's the easiest and quickest way of earning money
of your own.     Apply at
THE      NEWS      OFFICE
We Don t Believe It
They say that the city buys its supplies from only three
firms, but we don't believe it, as we have been promised
our share and expect it soon. But you, the publie, who
have no mills  to bring your grist to,  come  to
THE BIG FURNITURE STORE
-:   WHERE   WE   SELL   :-
EVERYTHING   FOR   HOUSEKEEPING
Here Are Some of Our Wares:
Armchairs, Rockers, Sanitary Couches,   Davenports,  Bed Lounges ui I
Rattan Goods; Chiffoniers, Dressers and all kinds of Case (;,.,�����'""
Iron  and  Brass Beds,  Baby  Buggies.
For the
Kitchen
Linoleums at all prices. Twenty-five patterns to choose from
Carpets, Rugs, Portiers, Tapestry and Lace Curtatna
and all  kinds of Curtain  Materials.
Stoves, Hotel White, Granite and Vitrified Wine Tea
pots, Beanpots, Buttercrocks, Jugs, Filters 'andla
complete  line of Enamel  Ware. U a
Dining Room    Furniture of all  kinds.     Cutlery,   French  and
English  China  in  sets or by  the piece.
Miscellan- Bedding, Blankets, Comforts, the famous Oatermoor
,������. p __J��� "����"������������. Framed Mirrors and Mirrorplat.- for tram.
eoUS -LaOOds ing, 36x48 down; Jardiniers, Vases, Lr  Glass',,   ,f
every description, Lamps,   Lamp  Chimneys,   Baskets  of  ull   kimls
F. W. HART
2nd Ave. and 6th St.
Phone 62
THE GERHARD HEINTZMAN
PIANO UNSURPASSED
For   Sweetnese,    Permanency   and    Depth    of    Tone
DO NOT BUY A PIANO UNTIL YOU HAVE HEARD
THE GERHARD HEINTZMAN
Oar Eaay  Payment  Plan   Makes  Baying   Cony-lam
FOR TERMS AND PARTICULARS SEE
KEELEY - THE DRUGGIST
PHONE 200
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The Graham Island Oil Fields, Limited
CAPITAL STOCK $1,000,000
We are offering for sale a very limited
amount of shares of stock at 25c per share;
par value $1.00. These shares are going
quickly and will soon be off thc market    :   :
THE MACK REALTY & INSURANCE COMPANY
SELLING AGENTS
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Do You Want
Value for
Your Money ?
......I
Why not eat luncheon  and dinner  j
at thc I
Exchange : Grill I
The Price  35   cants IS   RIGHT  j
and the cuisine and service up to our  (
well established standard j
MILNER _-. BOWNESS    ���   PROPS.   I
^"^"-��n-*^*i->M*%.M^.^i.^_i*��i��*����-^"��lt
��� as S_||-*ai-fcs<i^M ���fcii^Ma-fcei-fc-ii^ei^ t****M*W**��*t0.
rs ���
.��������**���*.���<$.-
FIRST: "CATCH YOUR PRINTER
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���s-sas-s-s
DIRECTIONS FOR COOIINl, A HARE:
FIRST:-"CATCH TOUR HAW"
HHM
_��iff&�� K����<-Printing you must "first catch your
nam Sri?��? ��� ' *0,** ,can,t Ket aT00*1 Printing from a
Sf!^',',? f he work with never so good nn
SSSW'.i....h_i"-*,a _�� "knack," the trained
Si iUSJ ^���'F'-'-nundcd fondness for his work which
If hs-PhS n n,av?- he W,M <-�� P����r printing for you.
____- ���."0f tn.c"e' 8nd in addition to them ade-
KnoHnn iCquipn,?'lt' y��ur Printing will have
distinction, saleamanahip,  the lure of type-beauty.
thetnr���.?.!H(,p p,roduce8 ��<""- priming you may infer
the presence of a good printer-who is "latchablc."
���R  HIQH CLT^PmNTjijj^^���^ KmD8 8EB THB ,.NEWg Jn,r
Daily News Building phone 98
.!^r_'_~'4'*~���*���
Third Avenue
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