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Array THE WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending 5 a.m.,
Oct. 2
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Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
IVOL. II. NO. 224
Prince Rupert, B.C., Monday, October 2, 1911.
Price Five Cents
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NAVAL FIGHT IN THE BOSPHORUS
DESTRUCTION OF THE TURKISH FLEET
[Only One Turkish Cruiser Escaped From the Inferno���Report From Malta That Italians
Have Commenced the Bombardment of Tripoli���Report of the Sinking of Turkish
Torpedo Boat Destroyers is  Admitted by the   Porte���Military   Dictator is  Appointed in Turkey
(Canadian Press Despatch)
P.iris, Oct. 2.���The correspond-
fent of Le Matin hits telegraphed
Us paper that a report has reached
Uf Turkish Porte that a naval
ptaggement has been fought in
llu* Straits of Bosphorus and that
tin- entire Ottaman fleet with
tin- exception of one cruiser has
tin destroyed.
The officials at the office of the
Minister of Marine state that
they art* unable cither to confirm
oi' deny the news.
Report is Confirmed
Paris, Oct. 2.���The Agency of
t-ournier'l at midnight last night
received a telegram stating that
a naval battle was going on in
the Straits of Bosphorus. Later
this morning the same agency
hits sent out a report emanating
from Rome that the news of the
destruction of the Turkish fleet
seems to be confirmed.
Destroyers Sunk at Corfu
Corfu, Oct. 1.���Two Turkish
torpedo boat destroyers were reported to be sunk in battle off
here today, and one captured. The
Italian warships are scouring these
waters in an effort to drive in thc
Turkish  vessels.
Blow for Turkey
Constantinople,    Oct.    2.*
-The
sinking of two Turkish torpedo
boats off Prevosa has been cop-
firmed.
The Porte has received a despatch stating that the Italian
forces under the protection of
three cruisers and four torpedo
boat destroyers began the landing
of troops at three o'clock yesterday
afternoon near Prevosa out of
range of the guns in the fortress.
Tripoli is Bombarded
Malta, Oct. 2.���It is reported
here that thc Italian warships
began the bombardment of Tripoli
at three o'clock Sunday. There is
apprehension rising among the
Arabs.
All the Europeans are safe. The
British fleet is expected here tomorrow.
Direct news from Tripoli is
lacking. That the Italian forces
have landed is unquestioned, but
there is doubt as to whether or no
Turkey offered any armed resistance.
Dictator Appointed
COLLISION AT SEATTLE
Street Car is Run Down by a
Freight Train���One Dead.Fif-
teen Hurt.
(Canadian Press Dispatch)
Seattle, Oct. _. Ore- man is
dead antl fifteen are injured ns the
result of a collision between a
loaded street car aid a freight
train, here on Saturday. The
passengers were night workers on
iheir way home.
OUTCLASSED THE
TECUMSEH TEAM
FIERCE GALES
OFF NOVA SCOTIA
Scores of Vessels Driven Ashore
in Gale on Sunday One Girl
Killed.
Vancouver Beat the Indians 5-0
in the First Games for the
Minto Cup.
(Canadian Pros Despatch)
Vancouver,   Oct.   2.���Before  a
crowd  that  packed  the  Aihleii
ground   the    Vancouver   lacrosse
Constantinople.  Oct.  2���Chef- team  beat   the Tecumsehs bv
ket Pasha will In- made Dictator
of Turkey today following the
failure of the Sultan's Minister).
In complete a Cabinet.
The reported sinking of iwo
Italian cruisers off Smyrna has
greatly encouraged the Turks.
IPOLICE HERE MAY HAVE
ARRESTED BANK ROBBER
.lex. Johnston Who Spent $1,000 Last Week in Prince
Rupert and Boasted it Waa   New Westminster
Money is Detained Pending   Investigations
HARDY MAIL-CARRIER
Barney Mulvaney Arrives from
Up River to Make Fall Arrangements.
In the |*olicc court today Alex
ahnston, suspected of bcirg one
nf  the   New   Westminster  bank
Libbers, np|H*ared before the Magistrate   charged   first   with   being
hunk and disorderly, and second
jwiih having threatened to kill a
kirl.    He  admitted  living  drunk
land was sentenced to pay the usual
lfme, but is detained on the second
Kharge, and for further investiga-
|ii..ii of his case.
Spent $1000 a Week
Chief Vickers states that John-
iton h.is Ikti' in the city for about
������ week, during which lime he has
been spending money lavishly in
ihe restricted district.   It is bc-
llieved that he has blown in about
[skhki there since his arrival  in
iWfl,   anil   his   brag   that   the
money was obtained by the looting
of the bank at Niw Westminster
led thc police surveillance followed
by Johnston's arrest on the first
opportunity.
Called Bill Wheeler"
When an;ested, he had $060
upon him, but there is a rumor
to the effect lhat he has banked
large sums of money in different
banks here recently. He registered
at the Central Hotel as A. Johnston
of Winnipeg, but wns introduced
.tin.nt town as "Bill Wheeler."
To the police ho gave the name of
Alex Johnston ol Montana, and
siatcd that hc hnd made his
money by the sale of lands there.
Chief Vickers is in communication
with thc police at New Westminster regarding the case.
Barney Miilvaney is down from
Hazelton���a guest at the Premier
Hotel���owing to the probable early
stoppage of steamer navigation
on the Skeena this fall Barney will
probably Ik* on the job earlier
than usual with his famous dugout
canoe carrying up river mail.
VALUABLE NEW
IRON DEPOSIT
Claims Just Located by Messrs.
Lawson, and Benson on Island Close to Prince Rupert.
Finest Ore Yet Struck.
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SATURDAY S BASEBALL
score of 5-0 in the first match for
the Minto Cup. The result of
the first match makes ii fairly
certain that the cup will stay in
Vancouver, as the crack eastern
team was outclassed at every
M.'gc of the game.
The fatal game will Ik- played
nexi Saturday.
HURRY  UP CITY  HALL
SAYS RESULT IS A WIN
FOR POPULAR STUPIDITY
New York World is Very Outspoken in Its Opinion of
the Recent Elections���United States Press Is
Disappointed
The New York Times:
"Again the hards of the clock
have been set back.   Prejudice and
delusion have triumphed in Can*
Eastern pa|x*rs in today, contain
columns of comment on thc Canadian elections clipped from various metropolitan |iapers in thc
United States. Extracts follow:
A Witless Joke
The Boston Journal:
"Canada is not ready for reciprocity. The movement is too
liberal for a people who arc still
< Iicply susceptible to such a false
alarm as annex.ttion. It is too
advanced  for  a  people  who,  as
yesterday's results at the polls
show, are blind to the deliberate
misconstruction of friendly words
spoken by the American President
and tragically serious over a witless
joke sprung by the Speaker of
the House of  Ri-|>e8cntalives   at
Washington.
New York World:
"Popular stupidity has really
WOT a more decisive victory. The
lime will  come,  we  think,  when
Intelligent Canadian opinion will
regard yesterday's election as one
"f the greatest disasters lhat has
ever befallen thc Dominion."
ada, the licst government the
Dominion has had in many years
has been overthrown, and her
ablest statesman has been deprived
temporarily at least, of his leadership."
The New York Tribune:
"The Canadian voters have evidently been governed more by
prejudice than by reason in rejecting B friendly trade agreemeni
by which both Canada and the
United States wiSuid undoubtedly
have profited. Yet the people
of thc Dominion are entitled i"
their own opinion as to lhe effects
of a compact Intended tO bring
thc two countries into closer commercial relations, and if they believe that the political dangers of
such an association of interests
would outweigh iis admitted economic advantages it is not for the
people of the United Slates to
quarrel with that decision."
What is said to be one of thinnest iron properties yet found
in the tlisirict has just been
located on one of lhe islands
within   a   fpW   miles   of   Prince
Kii|K*rt. As soon as fur.lu-r Investigation of the property have
been made, development will proceed. The claims are in the hards
of Messrs. Mawson, Hudson aid
Benson who pave been prospecting
the district timing the past fiw
months.
Indications of iron followed up
by surface Investigation by cxpcrl
prospectors lead lo the certainty
that a large lead of ore exists on
the spot.  Prom ihe quality of the
samples submitted to lest it is
estimated lhal the iron deposit
represents the finest of ore. While
other rich iron discoveries have
been made on the Queen Charlotte
Islands, this set of claims is on
one of the smaller near in inlands,
and development ran be iill the
morc speedily undertaken. Mr.
James Sword is said to be interested
in the find.
Northwestern League
Vancouver 11, Victoria 11.
Portland 0, Spokane 3.
Tacoma 10. Seattle 4.
National League
Pittsburg8. Philadelphia 7.
New York 3. Chicago 1.
Boston 0, 1; Cincinnati 2, 4.
Brooklyn 0, St. Louis G.
Pacific Coast League
Portland 12, San Francisco 4.
Vernon 0, Los Angeles :i.
Oakland 4, Sacramento 3.
American League
Chicago 0, 4: Boston 1. 2.
Washington .'I, Detroit 2.
St. Louis .*,, New York 4.
Philadelphia 0,3; Cleveland 1,4
Dr.   McNeill  was  one  of  the
passengers  g"ing south  by  the
George this morning.
Double Shift, Night and Day to
be Worked on Excavation
That blast which blew in I Inside of the Mack Realty oflice
Saturday waa one ol the finest
shots ever fired on an excavation
job in Ruperi. It was city work,
too, on the new dty hall site.
Niglu and day shifts will be
worked from now on to hasten
the Work of erecting lhe new cily
hall.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Sydney, C. B., Oct. 2.- Nearly
a dozen vessels arc ashore as ;-
result "f a hurricane which swept
over ihis section on Sunday. In
Sydney City one girl was killed
and one injured by live wires
which were blown down. Scores
of schooners and one steamer
have come In for shelter.
Shipping News
The Dominion Government win-
less stations rt'imrt cloudy weather
at Triangle, Skidegate, Estevan,
Poini Grey, and Cain* Lazo.
The steamer Quadra left Pine
Island at 8 a.m. for Kgg Islai d.
G.T.P. OFFICIALS
GET PROMOTION
Mr. J. E. Dalrymple Now Becomes Vice President Others
are Raised Too.
MEET   ON  NOV. 18th
Proclamation Issued Today by
the Governor General May
be Changed by Mr. Borden.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa.. Oct. 2.���A proclamation has just been issued by the
Governor General calling for Parliament to assemble on November 18th. This date however,
may be changed to suit the convenience of the new leader.
WON FIRST MANN
CUP GAME
Vancouver Amateur Lacrosse
Team Beat the Young Torontos in First Round.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Toronto, Oct. 2.���The Vancouver team beat the Young Torontos
by 7 to 2 in the firsi match of
the Mann Cup series for amateur
lacrosse. The match wan played
belore a big crowd on Saturday.
The Var.couvers will meet another
team In the final.
For New Fall Suits, anil Over-
Coats, see Sweder Bros., Helgerson
Block. 3t
Ali-out forty-live firsl class p.'.s-
sei'gcrs wcnl south by the George
ihis morning and aliout seventy
deck passages were issued.
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners, Phone 4
News reached the city on Saturday i verii g of some important
alterations in the Grand Trunk
Pacific stiff.
Mr. J. E.  Dalrymple who has
had rapid promotion until he
became assistant freight manager
with offices at Wii'ni|M-g, has been
further promoted to lie Vide President in charge of all traffic, with
offics at Montreal. Mr. Dal-
rmpylc is siill a young man. By
his latest promotion he now becomes a Vice President of the
G. T. R.. of the G. T. P. ar.d the
G. T. P. Steamship Company.
His predecessor, Mr. Loud, will
Ik* superannuated, and Mr. C. E.I
OPPOSED THE
POLL TAX
Hon. Carter-Cotton Wants to
See It Removed and a Graduated Income Tax Instead.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Vancouver, Oct. 2.���Tlu* session
of the Taxation Commission which
dosed on Saturday before leaving
for up-country was marked by
strong opposition to the present
pill lax.
Hon. Carter-Cotton, late President of the Council in the McBride
Cabinet was among those who
testified. He said he was convinced
the  |will   tax   was  a  wrong  and
Dewey, general freight agent  for|should be removed.
the G. T. P. will succeed to Mr.
Dalrymple's late position.
Another popular promotion is
that of Mr. J. Piillen, assitani
freight manager on the G. T. R.,
who is now appointed vice president
.'.cl general manager of ihe Can-
dial' Express Company in succession io Mr. J. Bryce who will l��*
superannuated.
He favored a
on   ir comes,
graduated   taxation
by which lhe dl ficieriy could be
easily made up. '
Mr. Charles K. Tisdall, M. P. P.
also testified, spying thai the
poll lax wi's "a vicious system of
taxation."
The   Commission   will   proceed
up-country today.
A Local Wedding
Al the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Tanltsley on Third avenue, last
night Rev. I-". W. Kerr united in
marriage Miss Margaret Mcl.ach-
lin nnd Mr. Charles lYiersoti.
There were a large number of
Hin sts to wish lhe young couple
happiness in iheir married life.
Both are well known Prince Ru-
|M*rt folk. Mr. Peterson is associated with lhe Pacific Stevedoring Company.
TWO PENNSYLVANIA TOWNS SWEPT
AWAYBY BURSTING OF BIG DAM
Towns of Austin and Costello Destroyed and  Hundreds  of People  Drowned  Without
Warning���Big Dam at Bayliss Paper Mill Burst and 500,000,000 Gallons of Water
Broke Loose---Carloads of Coffins  Sent in  to Bury the  Victims---Not
a Sign of Life in Costello
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Austin, Petin., Oct. 1.���A terrible dam incident rivalling the
grcat Jamestown flood has det*0<
lated the district destroying the
towns of Austin antl Costello
and drowning hundreds of people.
Early rc|iorts made the death
loss a thousand people. It will
probably be in the hundreds.
Mill Dam Burst
The awful death strike came
without warning, when wiih S
roar that could be heard miles
away, the great dam al lhe Haylrss
pulp and |w|*cr mill burst. This
was   at   about   four   o'clock   on
Saturday afternoon.
500,000,000 Gallons
The dam Was lift*, -iwo feel lon^.
and forty-nine feel high, and held
back 1X10,000,000 gallons of water.
The   dam   was   built   two   years
ago and had shown  no signs of
weakness.  Yesterday was tin* first
day, however, that it had been
tested to its imparity, when thc
recent rains had swollen lhe lake
lip till its wilters flowed over the
dam.
Awful Destruction
As thc awful torrent of water
leaped out it swept away everything thai  Opposed its path.    Il
descended on t<> the business section  of  tin- town  crushing  lhe
buildings, anil sweeping them
away.     The   entire   dislrict   was
destroyed arid all who lived then-
were drowned without warning.
After Deluge, Fire
Tlie   debris  from   the  crushed
hOUMS caught   fin as a  result  of
town when he left. It is feared lhat
four hundred to live Inn .Ind
people have perished in Costello.
Carloads of Coffins
Austin, Oct. '.. This morning
the twon realised the awful gtim-
i'.ss of Saturday's tragedy, when
several carloads of coffins arrived
for lhe victims.    The police and
su ii.-ry engineers are busy collecting the dead. It is thought
that   ihey   will   tola!   over   two
hundred.
Martial Law Observed
Martial law is being practically
observed both at  Austin  and  at
town.    A  survivor who  reached Cosicllo owing to the throngs of
Inn* at ten o'clock i.t night, said 1 sightseers who arrived on Sunday,
they heard the roar of the bursting! A twelve hours' rai .fall lias helped
ihe gas mains being torn open by 1 dam miles away.   Shortly alter I to thin out ihe crowds and leave
ihe   torrent,   and   ihis   fed   the ihe water was on them.   Hc said  the police free to help the searel
flames.    As soon  as the waters)there was no sign of life in the)parties.
subsided, appeals for help were
sent out. and by si\ o'clock
nliotit  ihirty of tin- bodies wen*
recovered.
Found Many Alive
The rescuers lo iheir joy found
many to be alive that they had
believed   were   dead.     The    first
estimate of dead sent out was
seven hundred, but it is now
thought ihat two hundred will be
nearer the mark.
Town   Annihilated
A rc|>ort from Costello, a little
town further down the valley,
stales that  thc flood swept down
th.* valley and annihilated ilu- THE DAILY NEWS
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A TENDERFOOT'S WOOING
By Clive Phillips Wolley
(AUTHOR OF COLD, GOLD IN CARIBOO, ETC.)
Daily Edition.
Monday. Oct.  2
THE FAILURE OF THE COMPANIES ACT
Vancouver,   Sept.  30.  -Evidence  was  given  today
at the Taxation Commission favoring the exemption
from taxation of all outside capital invested in the
province.
The Companies Act recently introduced by Mr.
Bowser was strongly condemned.   A number of business
men declared it has an unjust tendency to keep outside
firms from doing business in B. C.
The majority of those giving evidence favored the
retention of the poll and income taxes.
The above dispatch will have a familiar look to all who read
the newspapers oil Saturday. But its Importance at the present
time warrants it being given a second day's emphasis. It means thai
within a few months of being put in operation, the clauses of the
Companies Act taxing extra-provincial companies doing businesi
in the Province, arc having precisely the effect that all competent
observers prophecised they would have; namely, to hurt the trade
of the Province.
Il is not suggested that the Premier and Attorney General of
the Province intended to cripple the trade of the Province when they
placed the obnoxious clauses in ihe Companies Act. Recent utterances by both gentlemen make it very clear thai on questions of trade
principles, bolh are sublimely ignorant. It is quite possible tha.
tiny acted in absolute good faith, not realising the inevitable consequences of putting shackles on the feet of trade.
No one who knows them would think for a moment of accusing
Messrs. McBride and Bowser of being statesmen, and it is quite possible that they fell into ihe common error of thinking thai they could
turn taxation into protection by merely thinking of it as such, jusi
as the Christian Science folk say they can remove pain out of tlu
Universe by suing, "There is no pain."
Unfortunately thc money markets are not susceptible to auto-
hypnosis, and a capitalist or a cor*>oration confronted with half :
dozen retpiests from various provinces, finds it more profitable tl
invest it in either of the eight provinces which do not lax capital and
trade, rather in the one that does. .Ml of which is very simple whei
you come to think it out.
The truth of the matter is that no community can make itself
rich by taxing itself, any mine than a man cm lift himself by his
bootstraps. Taxation is always a burden and a hindrance. Taxint
food makes food less easy to obtain. Taxing sill as I hey do in India,
makes sill a luxury; taxing heraldic emblems as they do in Great
Britain makes the work of the Heralds office lighter than it would
do if heraldic emblems were free. An increase from 8."> to ."57.50 i;
the dog-tax in Berlin meant the lethal chamber io nine hundred
canines. A dog-tax (if high enough) would mean death to every dog
in Prince Kupert within a week. The work of economic statesmei
is to devise means of taxation so that the least possible amount of
hindrance is caused i<> the commercial progress of the state.
. . . And in this province thiit is urgently needing outsid.
Capital to come in antl develop it, Messrs. McBride and Bowser devised
a Companies Act to tax outside capital; in this province which has
to buy nearly everything it uses at high prices they promised to supplement ilu- tax against l'nited States products by Imposing taxes
upon iill trading concerns ill our sister provinces thai sought to supply
��� >.ir demand: in this province of excessively high cost of fire insurance
ihey proposed to impose taxes upon every fire insurance company
thut came in to do business.   .   .   .
They did not see that the effect of this would be to keep out
OUtsidc capital, I., still further increase lhc cost nf commodities in B. C.
and io -till further Increase lhe cost of lire insurance.
li i- to I..* hoped thiit the Taxation Commission will be able to
let in some economic light into the darkened legislative chambers iti
Victoria.
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Ab soon aa the doctor's Inspection
was over, u council of war was held
In the dining-room, whilst Jlm and the
doctor out themselves vast cliunka
from the boiled salted beef ou the
1 table.
"Pity that the boys did not overhaul some of them," mild Jlm.
"Yes, It would have saved u hull lot
of trouble." agreed Al, "wo could have
given them tluir medicine right there.
Now we've got to take It to them."
' "You think that we can't afford to
leave things as they are." asked Holt.
"I don't il.ii.k about It. I hain't
Snowed Injuns since 1 growed grass
high for nothing. When Injuns start
on a racket of this kind, they've got
to he wiped out or they'll conic back
like chickens to a doughnut. Ain't
that so. J lm?"
Hut Jlm was busy eating and listening. He was not much of a gas hag
any way. the men said.
Hut tit last even hla appetite wag
appeased, snd he turned (rom the
men to the  lions.
"I'm afraid that it has got to be,
Rolt. There are more Indians out
than the boys think, and It's a vast
deal more serious than 1 like. 1 faw-
two bands coming this way on my
ride to Soda Creek. I met Khelowna
and I'm of raid hu has raised the whole
country side."
"That's so." put lu Al.   "There nln't
nl
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�����..  ...�� *,  ������-�� 1" '-���'.*���J'-*a.S
to much us an old klooch left Bt the  j,���   .._,
place of honor. It will be good to
know that two such shotB are watching over tho ladles' stituly. I'll take
the trail to-night, Jlm."
"Better let me go Instead, Bobs."
"Ouo of us two muBt stay, Jlm. and
you have had your share of fun."
Jlm hesitated, and prepared to argue.
"BesldeB, *1 don't want the wife to
think that there Js any serious danger, and It you stay behind she will
not think bo much of my going. She
will argue that If there was anything
really to be dono I should take my
best man with me.   See?"
Finally it was arranged In this way,
und In tho dark, long after the ladles
had retired to rest, Dick Rolt stood
for a minute looking down at the fave
he loved, so white and calmly lovely
in the moonlight.
It was too white, he thought, and
then u hideous vision came to him of
how thut face might he when he next
saw it.
"What a fool I am," he muttered to
himself, "and all because a parcel of
white livered Slwashes burned my
stacks. Even tbat was rather heroic
for them."
Hut when he reached over his
horse's shoulder for Jim's hand, which
ho gripped hard, bis voice had a queer
ring ln tt.
'You won't let any harm happen to
raneherlc since the burning.'
"How do you know, Al?"
"I sent one of the breeds lo pros-
peel."
"Where ls he?"
"He never eame back.   I didn't cai*
"Not whilst I'm alive," and If "her"
meant Polly to one man and Kitty to
another it made no difference since
the two were together.
Then Rolt turned away from tbe
corrals and rode silently with his men
culate as he vyould. but 1 thought he'd   ,|irougll th    ,,lghti bcltevlng that he
be better with them than  with us if   lm(1 Bparcd hls ���,.fe tllC paln of part.
that  was the  kind of swine he was.
ing and hidden from her   the    risk
Then   1   sent   Dan here and lie says   wh,ch  h(,  wna runnlng> not knowlnK>
they've nil   vamoosed.      Don t    you.  klnd,    fool lhat he ,hat ghe had
linn*)" .    .. ... a .        :L    .    a.__   . .
Dan?
"Every lust hoof of them."
For a  few  moments  there   was   a
read him like a book; that her heart
had yearned to him bb he stood silently praying over her, marking but not
dead  silence   in   the  room,  the  men   ���;ue88|n,, ,hc cauBe'0f   her   paleness
puffing quietly nt iheir pipes and
staring Into the log fire. After so
many years of undisturbed peace, It
seemed  impossible   lo   believe   in   a
and that she, not he, was the one who
had spared the other the pain of tbat
which they knew could not be avoided.
A rancher's wife, like a soldier's, Ib
general rising nmoiiKst B. C. Indians ! obUged  somclimee; {0   take   chances
It was almost as If the cattle had
turned on (he cowboys.
"What aro we to do, Jlm?"
"Well, Holt. If these Indians were
not ChllcotciiB. I should say ihat wo
had seen the worst ot It and it might
all blow over, but they are Chllcotens,
and Chllcotens arc not like oilier B.C.
Indians."
"Ob, them Coasl Indians ls like a
pack of wet hens," put In Al. "Those
follows are mean as wolves. They
wiped out that survey part yon Bella
Coolaa pretty clean."
"That was a long time ago. and all
the ring-leaders were hanged."
"That's all you know, Boss. Khelowna was oik* of the ringleaders, and
oven with the life of her best be*
loved. If not there would be no ranching.
CHAPTER XIX.
"What Is your programme, AIT'
whispered the Boss, when the ranch
lights had died out behind the bog's
back.
"I was calculating to make for that
gulch as leads Into Grouse Creek. We
could leave our borees there, and do a
sneak down it to Khelowna's camp."
"How do you know he Is camped
ihere?"
It's the nearest water to the place
where Jlm saw ihe Bmoke. He might
he wasn't huiigTworse luck. None ot I not be there, of course, but It's worth
the  rlugleaders  were   hanged.     The   'rylng.   We might get the drop on the
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fellows they gave up were slaves,
that'B all. There wasn't a Chilcoten
amongst them. Government knowed
It, but couldn't do nothing."
"Do you remember. Doc, that smoko
that I thought 1 saw late yesterday
evening?" asked Jim.
"In the timber towards Grouse
Creek?"
"Yes."
"I remember, but you don't think
that that Is where they nre? If they
had been there Ihey would hate in
us and rut us off."
"I'm not sure of that. They might
have been scared Ihat one of us
would break back to Soda Creek. It
would be snfer for them to round us
all up here nt the ranch."
"You think that Ihey have cut off
our rommunlcntlons then'."'
"With Sotln Creek and I'nireloughs;
yes. Thai's what I'd try to do If I
was In their place. Al's plan Is the
right one. We had belter go inter
them. The first blow Is worth a dozen
later on. and It won't do to let lliem
think we are scared, hut we must
leave a strong guard wllh you and the
ladles."
"Yes, I mean to," sold the Boss,
waking up and taking command.
"Pick your men lo stay Combe."
"How would II be If the doctor, old
Toma, two of the breeds, and the Fair*
dough boys stayed with you and Ar-
struthor. I'm afraid about the Pair*
doughs. I doubt if they will ever get
here."
"They're In the corral now. Won't
believe a word about the rising, and
Ihink as we're scared at our own shadows."
"Go and bring them In, Al."
Al went out and returned presently
with two fnlr-hended young Englishmen, beef-fed giants, with gaiters and
other relics of the Old Country still
clinging to them. I'ntll now they had
been looked upon with a certain
amount of disfavor at the Risky us
not belonging to quite the same class
as most of the English. Importations
and as intruders whose small hay
in.'ailow hardly Justified their existence and the presence of their herd
upon the range, but In the straits to
which the Holts had been reduced, tbe
Falrcloughs were accorded a very
hearty welcome, although their obvious scepticism and too loudly proclaimed indifference to anything that
"a pack of mangy Indians" could do,
was a little trying to the old hands.
"The Chllcotens have not been near
your place yet. Al tells me."
"No, Blrree! 1 guess they know better," replied Boh Falrclough, handling
a new Winchester with meaning.
"1 hope so, indeed, Mr. Enlrclough,
nnd I daresay that WS exaggerate tho
danger having ladlcB and an Invalid to
take rare of. Would you mind staying
wllh us for a day or two? Half of us
are going out to try to round up Khelowna and his baud, and your presence
and your brother's would relieve the
tedium of our absence for thc IndliB,
and give them a greater sense of safety."
"Why, certainly. Delighted, I am
sure, unless you would like to havo us
whole outfit if we did a good sneak at
night."
"We might, as they won't dream of
our assuming the offensive, but It isn't
likely. They aren't white men and the
���minis talk."
"That's bo, but If they Bpot us before we get the drop, It's only threo
io one.   They'll run. sure."
That Ib the spirit of the West
Three to one Is about a fair match ln
the eyes of thc Western man, It ihe
one is white, with rather heavy odds
on the one, and history has proved
ihat the handicap is not too heavy ln
most rases, although some "fool
white," as Al would have put It, may
sometimes "get left."
The Boss, nt any rate, seemed satisfied, and thc five went on silently ln
the darkness, which was of the kind
which absolutely obliterates everything. A ehlnook wind was blowing,
one of those curiously soft warm
winds which occur In British Columbia, cutting the snow off the hills in a
few hours like a red hot knife. By
their ears they could tell when they
were riding over prairie, for then
there was only the whisper of the
grass at their feet, or through timber,
for then the soughing of thc trees
made weird music for them, but ln
that solid damp blackness you might
have burst your eyeballs In trying to
discover the outline of a pine, or thi*
edge of thc timber against the sky,
and your efforts would have been In
vain.
And yet with the Instinct of a homing pigeon, old Al led them Btcadlly
on, never complaining of the dark
Hess, never lieBltallng, or asking questions, nnd liis companions felt their
way after him. trusting Implicitly to
his guidance and to the Instinct of
their horses.
"Belter get off here, Boss," Al said
at last. "It's bad going. Hold on to
your stirrup leather and let your horse
come ahn." after me," but he himself
remained In thc saddle.
It has to le more than bad going to
persuade nn aid cowboy to foot It.
"Who's Hint blundering Idiot?" he
hissed a minute later as Berne one
broke a stick, "can't you move your
hoof without knocking the trees down.
n they nln't deaf they'll hear tbat In
Sotly Creek bar."
Though the old man's language was
more picturesque than accurate, a good
many things seemed to have heard
that unlucky stick. Until It broke, but
for the solemn soughing of the trees,
the dumbness of the woods had matched thc darkness of the night. You
would have thought that woods and
prairie were alike untenanted, had you
not remembered that all those who
move ln them by night, are stalking or
Btulked, seeking the life of another or
shiiddcringly trying to save their own.
As the stick cracked, there was a rustling In every bush, a stir In every
tree, unseen feet pattered, unseen
wings fluttered for a moment, and
then again all wns still,���listening.
As the five  paused with  all their
senses on the alert, a tiny bright red
star showed  for a moment    In    the
gloom ahead of, and above tbem.
Cosh!     I didn't know that wo were
along wllh you and leave two of your | ,,mt   ciogo,"   muttered  Al.     "If   that
men  behind.    Jack  Ih a capital shot, j fool  iiadn.t  |iave touched hla fire I'd
you know, used to shoot nt Wimble
ton, and I can beat blm a bit most
tlmcB."
Holt smiled nt lhe Ingenuous statement, but he wanted, men who could
lilt something more difficult than a
target at. a measured two hundred
yards from a rest. That stylo of
���hooting would do from the much
windows,
have blundered  right Into them.    Lie
low, boyB."
For n quarter of an hour the five
men lay motionless, and bo still was
everything that before the fifteen
minutes had passed, the Uobb felt convinced that thc light which they had
Boen must have been born of their
._,,,,,,        ,,,,,, , i imagination.     It   could  not be  that
nffhZi' ,"    " ,\l  cam111'��  *"00ll��8   there   was  any  live thing in  ,uch  a
offhand    from    the    saddle,    he   pro-   ...*     .. ,���./    nut A- d|d no. S"
ferred to trust some of his boys who
had never heard of Wimbledon.
"Thank   you,   very    much.    But  I
I think yyu  mugt ba content  with the
Bllence na that.   But Al did not share
ln thia fooling.
"It's a mercy none of tho eayuBes
whinnied," he whispered, "but It won't
do. to trust them any longer.. Let mo
git past. you. Boss. Now toller mo
back. Go easy, and for the love of
life, don't break any more trees,
Dan," and so saying he led them back
by the way they had come.
At last be stopped. There had
crept Into tbe sky the faintest suspicion ot light. Black darkness It would
have appeared to most men still, but
to these whose eyes* had become accustomed to the utter dark It sufficed
to show a hollow land.
"We'll tie the horieB here, and wail
a bit. When we can pretty nigh see
our sights, we'll begin our sneak.
They're a blanked sight nearer than
I thought they was."
Aa he spoke his words wore Justified.
The black belt of gloom which sun
rounded the hollow In which they lay,
was suddenly starred in a dozen
places by quick red jets of flame, and
the silence shattered by the ringing
reports of as many rifles, after which
tbe darkness came back again and
tbe Bllence, but for the screaming of
a wounded horse.
"Guess they beat us on the Bncak,"
muttered old Al coolly. "Get Into
cover, boys, quick."
Probably no white man but Al could
have led the ranch pobbo through
those woods at night as silently as he
had done. They had stirred no heavy
beast to precede them and carry a
warning to their foea. There had been
no fluttering of disturbed wings in
front of their advance, except that
once; but a warning need not be
printed in large type for on Indian to
see It.
(TO BE CONTINUED)
COAL NOTICE
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skeena Land Dlitrict���District ol I'mi-t limn:-- -���
Take) notice that Hiram Hoy McTavUh of
Winnipeg, Man., occupation barriat.-r, Intenda
to apply lor permission to purchasu tht- lollowin-*
dor-criued lands:
Commencing at a po.t plantod at tin* snuthweet
corner 41) chains cast and 40 chain, nurth (rom
N. E. corner ot Lot 1116, llarvey'a Survey Coast
District Range 6, thenco tin chain, .'sat. Irene*
60 chains north, thence 60 chains we-at, tlience 60
chaina south to post of commencement contsining
DiiO acres more or less.
Dsted Sept. 18, 1911   HIRAM ROY McTAVlSH
Pub. Sept. 23. Fred W. Uohler, Agent
Skeena Land District���District ot I'm-t Range 6
Take notice that Lottie McTaviah ot Vancouver,
occupation married woman, intcntta lo apply
for permission lo purchase tho following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the northwest corner 100 chains eaal and 40 chain, north
Irom N. E. corner of Lot 1116, Harvey's Survey
Coaat DUlrict Itange 5, thence UO chaina south,
thenco B0 chains east, thence SO chains north,
thenco 40 chains weist, thence 60 chains soulh,
thence 40 chaina weat to post ot commencement
dontsining 400 acrea more or leaa.
Dateel Sept. 18. 1911. LOTTIE McTACISH
I'ub. Sept. 23 Kred W. Holder, Agenl
Skeena Land DUtrict���DUtrlct of Coait Range &
Taka noUce that Prank S. Miller ol London,
Eng., occupation civil engineer, intends to apply
tor permUsion to purchaae lha lollowing desenbed
lanoa:
Commencing at a poat plantod at tha N. E.
Corner ol Lot 28, thenca norlh 20 chains, Ihence
wesl 20 chaina, Ihenca aoulh 20 chains, thonce
east 20 ehalna to point ol commencemenl, containing 40 acres more or lesa.
Dated Auguat 15, 1911. FRANK S. Mil.I.Hit
Pub. Aug. 26. P. M. Millar, Aganl
Skaana Land DUlrict���DUtrict ot Coast Ranga 5
Taka noUca that Herbert 1. Mackle ol Pern-
broko, Ont., occupallon lumberman, inlenda to
apply lor permission lo purchaso lho (ollowing
deacribed lands:
Commencing at a poat plantod on the led bank
of the Zymoooits or /len-a-gol-iu River, at aouthweat cornar of Lot 1706, thenco northerly, following
the weaterly boundary of Lot 1706. 80 chain,
mora or less, lo tho northwest corner ol said Lol
1706. thonce westerly and aoutherly, lollowing
lho felt bank of aaid rivar, 80 chains more or le** lo
point of commencement conUining 160 scree
more or leaa.
Located August 19, 1911.
Dsted August 21. 1911.    HERBERT J. MACK1E
Pub. Aug. 26. Frederick S. Clement*. Agenl
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol Coast Ranga V
Take noUoa that I, Peter Erickson ol Prince
Rupert, laborer, Intand to apply lor parmUaion
to purchaao the (ollowing described Unda:
Commencing at a post planted on lha north
bank ot William. Creek where the railway rlghl-
of-way crosses and 3 chaina back (rom lha crook
bank, thanca aoulh 30 chaina, thanca east 40
chains, thenca north 30 chains, 1) .nee west 40
chain, to point of commencement.
Datod July 7, 1911. PETER ERICKSON
Pub. July 25. Fred E. Cowoll. Aganl
Skeena Land DUlrict���DUUict ol Coast Range V
Take notioa that I, John  Eveuson ol  Prince
Rupert, laborer, intend to apply lor permission
to purchase tba (ollowing described lamia:
Commencini at a past plantod at tha aoutheaat corner ol Lot 411.'., thanca north 80 chains.
thenca east 60 chaina. thenoa aouth  80 chaina,
thence weat 60 chain, to point of commencement.
Dated July 13, 1911. JOHNEVENSON
Pub. July 26. Fred E. Cowell. Agent
Skeena Land DUtrict���DUtrict ol Coast Range V
Taka notice that I, Benjamin A. FUh ol Towner,
N. I)., occupation merchant, intand to apply
(or permiasion to purchaaa tha following described
Unds:
Commeneing at a post plantad on the east
boundary and about live chaina (rom the aouth'
oast corner of Lot 4484, thenca nortb 60 chain.,
thenca aaat 30 chatna, Ihenca aouth 60 cbains.
thence weal 30 chains to point o( commencement.
Dated June 24, 1911. BENJAMIN A. FISH
Pub. July 26. Fred E. Cowell. Agent
keena Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol Coast Range 6
Taka   notioa   that   Stanley   linen   of   Princa
Rupart, B. C, occupallon miner, intends to apply
for permission to purchaae- the (ollowing described
Commeneing at a poat planted 40 chaina aoutb
and 40 chaina weat nt the northwest corner of
Lot 1733, Lakelse Valley, DUlrict ol Coaal IUnge
6. thenoe weat 40 cbaina, thenca south 80 chains,
thenca aast 40 chains, thenca north 80 chaini to
Solnt ol commencement.
Uked June 80th, 1911 STANLEY GREEN
Pub. July 16. Locator
Skeena Land Dlitrict-Dl.tricl of Coait Ranire 6
Take notica that Percy M. Miller of Prince Ru.
pert, B.C., occupation Civil Engineer, Intendi to
apply for permlulon to purchase the followim,*
described lands:
Commencing at a poit planted on the left bank
of McNeil River at north west corner of lot 4409
R.V., thence eait 20 chaini more or leu to westerly boundary of timber limit 646 (old number
Ini'.lil) thence northerly following said weaterly
boundary of timber limit 60 chaini more or Ion
lo north weit corner of aaid timber limit, thence
weaterly 20 chaini more or leu to left bank of
McNeil Itiver, thence southerly followlna laid
left bank of McNeil River 60 chaini more or leu
to point of commencement. conUining 100 acrei
more or leu.
PERCY M. MILLER,
....       .��� ..... ���*���" Flexman, Agent
lint.- June 19.1911
Pub. July 19.1911
Skeena Land DUtrlct-DUtrlct of Caular
Take notice that I, Thomaa Carter, of Prince
Rupert, occupation carpenter, Intend to apply
for Dcrmiision to purchaae the following deicrlb-
cd land.
Commencing at a post pinnteel about ono mile
���4-uth from the mouth of Falla creek and about
IM) feet back from tho beach. Ihenco 80 chalm
north, thence 40 chaini weit, thence 80 ehalm
south, thence east 40 chaini lo polntof commencement. conUining 320 acrei more or leii.
_      ....... THOMAS CARTER.
llateel July 7th, 1911.     Charlei Webiter Calhoun.
Pub. Aug. 6th. Agent.
Skeena Land DUtrict���Dlitrict of Coaat Range V
Taka notica that I, George Kime ol Towner,
North Dakota, ll. S. A., farmer, InUnd to apply
for permiaalon to purchaae the lollowlng described
Commencini at a post planted at the aouthwest corner ol Lot 2287, thence esst 80 chains,
thenca aouth 40 chaim, thenca west 40 chaini
thence aouth 40 chaim, Ihence west 40 chalm
thenca nurth 80 chaim to point of commencemen
containing 480 acres more or lose.
Dated July 16, 1911 GEORGE KIME
Pub. July 26. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
Skoena Land DUtricl - Diatrict ol Coaat Range li
Take notice lhat I. Chriatopher James Gronam
of Prince Rupert, It. C, occupation locomotive
engineer, intend to apply (ur permission to purchase
the following deacrilieil land.
Commencing at a pnat i-lnoi-���-1 at the inutility o(
Ukelsc   and   marked   Chriatopher   J.   Graham
weat  corner of   l."i   No,   171,11  viclnit;
nil   pl
o. 17;
Uke
N. B, Corner, thenco weal 10 chalm, thence south
80 chalm, Ihence eaal 40 chilm, thence north 80
chaini to post of commencement; containing
320 aciei, mole nr leaa.
CHRI8TOPIIEH JAS,  GRAHAM,  Locator
Dated Sept. 22. 1911. 11.66 A.M.���Witnessed T. D
Laird.
Pub. Sept. 80.
Skeona Lund Dlatrlcl-District of Queen Char ott
Tuko notice Ihut Ihirty duys from data, 1, C. E.
Balnier of I'rinco Rupert, 11. I... by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to upply to tho Chlol Com-
mUaluner ol Lands for li liconco to prospect for
coul untl petroleum on and undor 040 acroa of
lund on liruliuit) Islund described us followa:
Commencing ut u post piunted two milea north
of C B. II. Coul l.euso No. 10, marked N. E.
corner 0. B. K. Coul Leaao No. 16, thonce smith
80 chuins, thenco wout 60 chuim, thonce north
SO chuins, tliuncu ouit 80 chaini lo place of com-
i>�����is!.pt.' 11, mil*    0. *������ BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skceinu Und District���DUtrlct of Queen Charlotto
Tuko notice thut thirty days from ilute, I, C. E.
Hainter u( I'rlnce) Rupert, B. C, by occupation
buukki-i-per, intend to apply to the Chiel Commissioner ut Lands lor a licenco to proepect for
cuul um! petroleum un and undor (140 acroa of
land un llruhuiit Island deecribed as (ollowi:
Commencing at a post planted two milea north
of 0. E. 11. Coal I .ease No. 14, marked N. E.
curner C. K. 11. Coal Loaao No. 17, thence auuth
80 chains, lltenco weat 80 chains, thenco north 80
chnlna, tlience east 80 chains to place of commencement.
DatealSept.il, 11)11.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
I'ub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land DUlrict-DUtrict ol Queen Charlotu
Tako nutice that thirty daya from date, I, C. E.
lluinti-r uf I'rinco Rupert, ll. C, by occupation
buukkeepe-r, intund to apply to tho Chief Commissioner u( Lunds fur a Licence to prospect for
cual und petroleum on and under 640 acraa of
lund on t iruham Island doacribed aa followa:
Commencing al a post planted two miles north
of C. E. It. Coal Lease No. 12, marked N. W.
corner C. E. B. Coal Loaao No. 18, thence aouth
80 chaim, llionco oast 80 chains, thenco north 80
chains, thence west 80 chaim to place of commencement.
Datod Sept. 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Se-pt. 23.
Skoena Land DUtrict���DUtricl of Queen Charlotu
Take notice that thirty days utter daU, 1, C. E.
Huintor of I'rinco Ruport, It. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, inund to apply to thu Chiel Commissioner of Landa for a licence to proepect tor
cual and petroleum on and under 640 acraa of
land on Graham laland doacribed aa followa:
Commencing at a pott planted two mllea north
of C. E. B. Coal Lease No. 13, marked S. W.
corner C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 19, thenca north
80 chuim, thenco eait 80 chaim, thence south 80
chains, thence wost 80 chaim to place ol commencement.
Dated Sept. 11, 1911.    C. E. BAINTER, LocaUr
I'ub. Sept, 23.
Skeena Land District --DUinrt ol Queen Charlotu
Take notice that thirty daya from daU, I, C. E.
Itaini.-r of Prineo Rupert, B. .'., by occupatiun
bookkeeper, inlend lo apply to the Chiel Commiasioner of Lands for a licence to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acraa of land-
on Graham liland described as lollowa:
Commencing at a post planted two miloa north
of C. E. II. Coal Lease No. I.. marked S. W.
corner C. E. B. Coal Lease No. 20, thenee north
80 chaim, thence weal 80 chains, Ihence aouth 80
chaim, Ihence eaat 80 chaim to place ol commencement.
Dated Sept. 11, 1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land DUtrict���DUtrict ol Quean Charlotu
Tako notice lhal thirty dayi after date. 1, C. E.
Hainter of Prineo Rupert, It. C, by occupation
buukkecpur. inlend to apply to the Chief Commlaaioner of Lands for a licence lo prospect tor
cosl and petroleum on and under t. lei acres of
land on Graham laland doacribed aa lollows:
Commencing at a poat planled two milea north
ot C. E. B. Coal Leaao No. 16, marked S. E.
corner C. E. B. Coal Loaee No. 21. thenca north
80 chaim, Ihence west 80 chaina, thenca aouth 80
chaim, thenco easl 80 chains to placa ol commencement.
DatedSept. 11,1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Skeena Land District -DUtrict ol Queen Charlotu
Take notice that thirty days Irom date, 1. C. K.
Bainter of Prince Ruperl, it. C., by occupation
bookkeeper, inund lo apply to the Chief CommUaioner of Landi for a licence to proipoct for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acrea of
oland on Graham laland deacribed as lollowa:
Commencing at a poat planud two mllea north
ol C. E. ll. Coal Lease No. 16, marked N. E.
corne-r C. K. B. Coal Lease No. 22, thenca soulh
80 chains, thence weat 80 chaim, thenca north 80
chains, Ihence essl 80 chaim to place ol commencement.
Datad Sept. 12.1911.    C. E. BAINTER. Locato
Skeena Land DUtrlct���DUtrlct ol Quaan Charlotte
Taka nonce that thirty dayi from date, I, C. K.
Hainter ot I'rinco Rupert, B. C-, by occupation
boukkeeper, intend to apply to the Chi.-t CommUaioner ot Lands for a licence to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 care* ot
land on Graham Island descrtboej aa follows:
Commencing al a post planted two milea north
ot C. E. B. Coal Lease No 17, marked N. E.
corner C. K. B. Coal Lease No. 2.1 thence soulh
ISO chains, Ihence weet 80 chains, tnence north
.���a chaina, tbence east 80 chaim to plac* ol commencemenl.
Dated Sept. 12.1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land DUtrict���DUtrlct ot Queen Charlotte
Take noUe* that thirty dan from elate, I, C. E.
Ilainler ot Prince Rupert, 11. C., by occupation
oookkee-pcr, intend to apply to the Chiel Com-
misiioner of Landa (or a licenco to prospect for
coal and petroloum on and under 640 acrea ol
land on Graham laalnd daacribed a. followa:
Commencing al a poll planled two mile*) north
ol C. E. B. Coal Loaie No. 18, marked N. W.
corner C. E. B. Coal Least No. 24, Ibence soulh
80 chaim, Ihence eait 80 chsins, tbence north
80 chains, Ihenco weal 80 chalm to place ol commencement.
Dated Sept. 12,1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 28.
Skeena Land DUlrict���DUtrict ot Queen Charlott
Tako nolice lhal Unity dayi Irom data, 1, A. T.
Itr.-il.Tirk ot Prince Rupert, B. C, by occupilion
bank manager. Inund to apply to tbe Chief Commiasioner ol Landi (or a licence lo nroepect (or
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acres of
land on Graham laland doacribed aa lollows:
Commone-ing at a poit planted two milaa north
ol C. E. B. Coal Leaae No. 17, marked S. W.
corner A. T. B. Coal Lease No. 26, thence north
80 chslni, thence east 80 chains, thence south 80
chalm, Ihence west 80 chalm lo placa ol commencement.
A. T. BRODERICK, Locator
Dated Sepl. 12,1911. C. E. Balnter, Agent
Pub. Sepl. 23.
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Queen Charlotte
Take notice lhat thirty days from data, I, A. T.
llroderick ot Princa Rupert, B. C, by occupation
bank manager. Intend lo apply to the. Chief Commiasioner ot Unds lor a licence to proapect lor
coal and petroleum on and under 640 cares ol
Und on Graham IsUnd described aa lollows:
Commencing at a poet plnated two milea north
of C. E. B. Coil Leaao No. 20, marked S. E.
corner A. T. B. Coal Uaae No. 28, thence north
80 chaini, thunco west 80 chaina; thonco aoulh
80 chaim, ihence eait 80 chaini to placa ol commencement.
_     , _ A. T. BRODERICK, Locator
paled Sept. 12, 1911. C. E. Balnter. Agent
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Und DUlrict-DUtrict ol Quaan Charlotte
Take notice that thirty days from date, 1, A. T.
llroderick of Prinoe Rupert, B. C. by occupation
bank manager, intend to apply to tbe Chief Commlaaioner of Unas for s licence to proapect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 care, of
land un Graham lslsnd described as followa:
Commencing at a peal planled two milea north
of C. E. B. Coal Uase No. 21, marked 3. E
corner ol A. T. II. Coal Leaae No. 27, thence
weal 80 chaim, ihenca north 80 chaim. thence
east 80 chaim, thenc* south 80 chaim lo place
ot commencement.
���      , . A. T. BRODERICK, Locator
Dateel .Sept. 12, 1911. A. C. E. Balnter, gent
Pub. Sept. 23.
Sk,?*";* *Und Utatrlct���District of Quean Charlotte
"I ake notice that thirty dayi from daU, I, C. K.
Hunter of Prince Rupert, 11. C, by occupslloo
bookkeeper, InUnd to apply to tho Chid Commiaaioner of Undi for a licence to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acraa of
land on Graham laland deacribed aa follow*-
Commencing at a poat plinud Ave mllea east
of Cosl Usse No. 4474, marked C. E. llainlera
N. L. corner Coal Uase No. 9, thence south 80
chains, Ihence west 80 chaini, tbence north 80
chains, Ihence east 80 chaim to place of commencement.
Dateel Sept. II, 1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Ucator
I'ub. Sept. 23.
Skeona Und DUtrict-DUtrict of Queen Charlotte
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For Hire by Hour or Dan
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H. JooniltHi        Cow Creak
room na
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iFRED. STORK
I -General Hardware-
Builders' Hardware
Valves & Pipes
Granitcware
Oxford Stoves
Tinware
SECOND - AVENUE*
��� -���-���-���
SHIPPERS!
Notice is hereby given, after
this date, (September 27) am]
until further advised, freight inr
Skeena River points beyond Van
Arsdol will not be accepted (nr
transportation.
A. E. McMASTKR,
Agt. G.T.P. Railway.
For Sale..
������
Level lot near Seal Cove :ti $.'l5n. }50
cash and $_5_:i monlli.
Two level lots near corner ot Elewntb
Avenue and Conrad Street. $600
pair.   Easy cash antl term-.
Two double Lane corners on Kltvtntti
Avenue and Donald Street at t650
pair.   Easy cash and terms.
L*ot 19, Block 26, Section 5.   Ka��y t,IBS,
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance
JOHN DYBHAVN
Pattullo Block.
New
Knox
Hotel
BESNER & BESNER,  PriU'RietoU
The New Knox Hotel Is run on Ihe Eur***
plan. Flrat-claaa service. All the Ut>-t M���*!}
Ilnunivemonl*. ���:-:��� BEU> �� -*r
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE Itt'PERT
The Big Furniture Store
HART BLOCK
Main entrance 2nd Ave.: 8thSt
entrance, last door in Modi
Bigger and Better
than Ever
Hal
Tsa rr   ,T .... aa*-....-. wi w-"a-*i e IIBrilltl.
Take nolice that thirty daya Irom date, I, C. E.
-Inter ol I'rinco Rupert,  B. C, by occupallon
.���..���. ���. ������������->- ....,-,��� ���. .,., Dy occupatloi
bookkeeper, Intnd to apply to the Chiel Commissioner of Unda for a licence to proapect lor
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acres ol
land on Graham liland described as follows'
Commencing at a post plant,il one mile north
of C. U. B. Coil Uaie Ko. 9, marked N. W.
corner (,. fc. II. No. 10, Ihence south R0 chaim.
Ihence west ��0 chilm, thence north Mi chiim
RES��?. 8,��.c .?.���.���," ***^Uc" ef commencement
listed Sept 11, llll, CfK. IIAINTt-lt, Uca
I'ub. Sept. 23.
a Ucator
Skeena Und Dlitrict-Dlitrlrt ot Queen Charlotte
.. T*,ke n1*lZ S_*_a d*>'' "���"���"��� d'te I I "*
Ilainler of I'rince Hunert, II. C, occupsllon book
keener, Mend to spply to the Chlet Commlsaiuner
of Land, for a licence to proapect tor coal and
petroleum on and under 640 acrra of land i.
liraham laland deacrlbod as tullnwT
���1 * * ".*. S0.*1 ,l-?uw N" **. n."'k��l N. E. corner
of C. t. II. Coul Uase No. 11, thenco aruth 80
chana. hence a.st 80 chain., thenco north 80
chalm,  thence eaat 80 chalm to place ol com-
nionprmpnt.
I'utseW.1'""1'    0-E*"A>NTKR.Uc.tor
INSERT YOUR LAND PURCHASE
NOTICES IN THE
NEWS
F. W. HART
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
Take notice that thepai
heretofore existing under thc iuum
of Handasyde & Hurt hai U����
day been dissolved and thai W
accounts due thc firm are W |*
paid to CH. Handasyde, Jr.. w-*0
will pay tdl firnKdebts and continue
the aforesaid business.
Dated at Prince Rupert, B. < -
this day 25th of Sept. A. I* ""j
Ot       C. H. HANDASYDE, Jf*
Wark's Closing
Jewelry Sale
Three Only, $6.00 Ki'.chen
Clocks  -*"
Three Only, $12.50 Mantle
Clocks      $6,25
Dozens of Other Clock* ����
One-half Price.
See the bargains in tha W��
Window today. Your choice
for $2.50
C. B. WARK & CO.
Third A����nue THE DAILY NEWS
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LYNCH BROS.
I
I     General Merchandise
Largest Stock
!   Lowest Prices in Northern B. C.
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IMUK1, HARRISON
(NOTARY  PUBLIC)
V. V. G. GAMBLE
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Real Estate and Stock Brokers
APPROVED AGREEMENTS FOR SALE PURCHASED
and
Prince Rupert
Stewart
m
Canadian Pacific Railway
IC Coast service ��� Famous Prircess
Line
Princess May
Friday, October 6th, at 9 ��.m.
Victoria, Vancouvar and Seattle
IG. McNab - General Agenl
juble Weekly Service
, Prince Rupert, S.S. Prince George
For
GRIDS'
TRUNK
/ancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
���Mondays and Fridays, 8 a.m.
Prince John sails for Port Simp-
|son, Naas River, and Stewart, Wed-
ntexilays, 1 p.m.; and for Masset and
���Nadon Harbor Thursdays 12 p. m.
ll-'.-r Skidegate, Rose Harbor, etc.,
|Siiturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service lo Copper River
Ixcd trains from Prince Rupert Mondays, Wednesdavs and Saturdays, 1
[p.in., returning Tuesdays, Thursdays
Ini>tl Sundays at I  p.m.
|The  Grand Trunk Railway Syitem
nnecting with trains from thc Pacific
st operates a frequent and conven-
ni service of luxurious trains oyer its
Inlii.- track route between Chicago,
Vonto, Montreal, Quebec, Halifax,
inland, Boston, New York and l'hila-
flphia.   Atlantic Steamship bookings
Tanged via all lines. Full informa-
pn and  tickets   obtained   from   the
Rcc of
A. E. McMASTER
I FREIGHT   AND   PASSENGER   AGENT
ince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 63
Meets in the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
II members of the order in the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
J. P. CADE. N. G.
J. GLUCK. Sec.
0 RENT
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Comfortable Cottage
! Rooms, upstairB and 4 rooms
^n ground floor. Lath and plastered.   City water���$25 a month
l.R. NADEN COMPANY
Limited,
cond Ave Prince Rupert, B.C.
���T!
SAVOY HOTEL
Fr-ucr nnd Fifth (tt.
The only hole! In town
with hot and cold water in roomi. Beit fur-
nliheel houie north of
Vancouver, ltonma Wtc
up. I'hone 37. P.O.
Box 129.       1       i
Prudhomme & Flaher     Proprietor!
Skeena Land Diatrict���District of Coast Range 6
Taks notioe  tbat  Sarah  E.  Alton  ot   Prince
Kupert, occupation nurse, intends to apply for
permiiaioQ  to purchaae tbe foUowing  described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted at tbe Northweat corner 110 chains easterly fallghUy nonl.)
from tha northeast corner ol I vim (Harvey
Survey) Cout District, Range V nceiW chalm
eaat, thance SO chalm aouth, ...ettoe 40 chalm
west, thence 40 chalm north, thence 40 chalm
west, thenoa 40 chaim north to post ol commoncomont containing 4H0 acrea more or leas.
Daiod June 14, Mil. SAKAH E. ALTON
Pub. July 16. Kred Uohler, Agent
Skeana Land DUtrict���DUtrict ol Cout Range 6
Take notce that Unford Sewell Uell ol Prince
Rupert, I.. C, occupation locomotive engineer,
inlands to apply lor permission to purchaae tbe
lollowing deacribed Unda:
Commsnclng at a post planted on the north
bank ol the Zimogotiu Itiver about threa i'i)
mtlas distant (upstream) in a weaterly direction
Irom the junction ol the Utile iUmogoUU Rivar
and tha main italmogutita Rivar, tbence north 40
chaina, thence weat 40 chaina, thanca aoutb 40
chaina, thance eut 40 chaim to poat ol com-
meiicoinunl containing 100 acrua more or lot*.
Datad June 7, I'Jll. L1NFORU SEW ALL BELL
Pub. July B. Geo. II. Putnam, Agant
Caaalar  Land  DUtrict���Diatrict ol  Skeana
Take nolico tnat 1, Lemuel Freer ol Vancouver,
occupation broker, intend to apply lor permUaioo
to purchase the following douibour land*:
Comtiieiiong at a puat plantad on tba ihore
In a northorly direction (rom Port Nelson Cannery
marked L. l-'.'a S. E. Corner, thenoe 20 chaim
north, thenca HO chalu woat, thance 20 chaim
aouth to ahore Una, thence along the shora to
point ol oommanoameot, containing 40 acres mor*
Dated June 10, 1911 LEMUEL FREER
Pub. July 8. 1. M. Collison. Agent
Skeena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Cout Ranga V
Take nonce that Jean M. Tillman ol Cedar
lUpids, Iowa, occupation lawyer, Inunda to
apply (or permiaaion to purchau tba following
described lands:
Commencing at a poat planted on tho aoutherly
ahoro ot Kuuymauon Inlet on the right bank
ol a amall stream Mowing Into said Inlet ]uit eul
ol Crow Lake. Thenoa soulh 20 chains, Ihence
west 20 chalm more or leas to the shore Una ol
Crow Lake, thence northerly and eaaterly lollowlng the ahore linu ol Crow Lake, the Inlet
to Crow Lake and Kuueymateen Inlet lo the
place ol commencement, conUining lorty acre*
mora or laaa. Locatod Auguat 7, I'Jll. .,...,
Dated Aug. 9, I'Jll. JESSE M. TALI.MAN
Pub. Aug. 12.
Skaana Land DUtriet���DUtrict of Cout Range 6
Taka notice that ll. F. Miller ol Tipton, England,  occupation larmer,   intend,  to  apply   lor
Cirmiision   to  purchau  the  loUowing  de-scribed
nela:
Commanclng at a poat planted about 60 chaim
west Irom tbo N. W. Corner ol Lot 4406, Ihence
north 40 chains, thenca weat 20 chains, thenc*
���oulh 40 chalm, lhance out 20 chaim to the
point ol commencement conUining eighty acraa
mora or laaa. _   _   --_, ��� __
Daled Auguit 1��, I'Jll. B. F. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 86. P. M. Miller, Agent
Skeana Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol Coast IUnge b
Take noUce list 1, Thomu McClymont ol
Prince Rupert, ll. C, occupaUon real .-.tan
broker, intend to apply (or permUsion to purchase
the (ollowing desenbed lands:
Commencing at a pact pUnled at the 8. W.
corner ol pre-emption record 112, thence eut DO
chains, thanca aoulh 40 chalu, thence wmi 00
chalm to ahore of lake, thenoe (ollowing ihore
of lake In a northerly directum to point ol commencement: conUining 320 acrea, moro or leu.
D.t*d Sept. 6, I'Jll. THOMAS McCLYMONT
I'ub. Sept. 9. Eronesl Cole. Agent
Skuna Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol Cout Ranga .'i
Taka notice that E. H. (J. Miller ot Falmouth
Eng., occupation surveyor, InUnds lo apply Io
permiulun   to   purchau   the   following   ducribed
Commencing at a port plantad at the N. W. Corner ot Lol 4406. thonc* wort HO chisns, thence soulb
20 chslns, thence eut SO chalm, thence north 20
chains to tbe point ol commencement containing
160 acru more or leas. __._.
D.led August 16, 1��11. E. H. O. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 26. P. M. MUler. Agant
Skeena Land DUlrict-DUtrict ol Quun Charlotu
IaUnd.
Take nolice that Austin M. Brown of Princ.
llupert, occupation uddler, Intends lo spply to th*
Chief CommUaioner ol Landi and Worka (or a
licenc* to prospect (or coal, oU and potroloum on
and under the (ollowing deecribed Unda on the
Wut Cout o( Graham laland:        	
Commencing at a put planted three mile,i eul
ol tbe northeut corner of L. L.No. 447. thence
north SO chains, thence eaat 80 chaina, th.nc.
soulh 80 chsins. thence wut 80 chalm lo point ol
commencement.   Aug_iN y   _R0WN   ^^
Located Auguit lit. 1911.
Pub. Aug. ID.
Skuna Land DUUIct-DUtrict ol Coart Range V
Taka notice that I,  Peter Laraen ol Towner,
North Dakou, U. S. A., larmer, InUnd to apply
joe j��rml_lon to purchau lha loUowing described
"commencing at a port planted at the aoutheut cornei ol Lot 172��, thenc* south 80 chsin.,
tlience wut 40 chains, tbence north 80 chains,
thence eut 40 chslm u point of eommenee-Mnt.
Dated July 16. 1911. *V** ******
Pub July 26, 1911. Pred E. CoweU, Agent
Skuna Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol Coast Rang* V
Take eioilce that I, Adolph H. ChrUtUmon ol
Towner. North DakoU, occupation attorney-
ai-law, inund xo apply lor permUsion to purchau
lhe following deacribed landi:
Commencing at a port planted about on. and
one-half mile (1 1-2) nortbeut tj_ltm.Sm**ijt
Trout River on the wut .ide of UkeUe Latke^
and about 6 chalm from the lake-front, thanes
uuth 80 chslm, thenc*, WW. HO chslm, th.no.
north 80 chslm, th.nu earn 80 chalm to point
ot ��"ammna"^0L1,u H. C1IBISTIANSON
Dated June SO, 1911. Fred B. Cowall, Agant
Pub. July 26.
Skeana Und DUlrict-DUtrict of Caular
Taka notice thai R. II. Stewart ol Vancouver
B.   C,  occupation   truckman.   Intend* tOOM
for pemUeion U purchau the following descrll*eel
Commencing it a put planted 40 chilm south
ot Pre^mplloS No. W and 62 ch.ln. eut Irom
?he Naaa Kiver (S. WO, thencei 40 ch.ln- eut.
thence 40 chalm north, thenco 40 chain.i wert.
thence 40 chnini aouth lo the point ot commencement to contain l^.cru |��M��WaM
DsUd Aug, 1911. Jamu T. Fullerton, Agent
Pub. Sepl. 23. (
Skuna Und DUtrict-DUtrlct of Coul Range 6
Take notice th.t Harold E. Sm lh of ��������
Alt.., occupation nation agenl. Int.-nel. PJgg
lor permUalon U purchau th. following described
"c*mm.ndng at a port ****AA^**2&
weit corner 100 chalm rail .nd 40 chalm norlh
"rom N. E. vomer ol Ut 1116, **r*tX**Z3
C��_,t DUtrlct Rsnge 6, thence 40 chain, eut
thence 80 cha ni north, thence 40 chilna w~t.
thenc. 80 ch.ln. uuth to port of commencement
conUining 320 icru, more or leu- e,MIT||
���ta wagffiK UTiSs
Rupert, laborer, InUnd to s|*P* 7or iwn,!-*--*).**
to inirchise lhe folluwing HWI��L ,h
Commonclng at a put plantod en'��� north
bank of Wllll.lm Creek about 60 ch.ina eaiiilh
out from 11. n., th.no. aouth 40 chaina, theme.
��rt 40 chalm, thenc. north 40 ch.ln., th.nu
MSRfer3 MmmmpCAULtHAOEN
Kt*Vmtml ""* E' C0W*U> *********
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ITEMS  OF
.SPORT
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I
J:u-k Sheridan, dean of the
American league umpiring stt-.tT,
arrived in Chicago the other day
with a plea to President Johnson
to be relieved permanently from
further duties aa an arbiter, The
league prcsiih'i'.t weeded to Sher-
ith'.t'.'s wishes and presented him
with the "medal of honor," the
first ever awarded to an umpirtj.
It is a handsome souvenir, given
in consideration of Sheridan's long
service.
nnm
If the clergy's crU8f.de to prohibit the Jack Johnson-Bombardier
Wells fight on October 2 proves
successful, a motion picture concern that bought up the picture
right will be $100,000 out of
pocket. It is largely against these
pictures that opposition is being
directed, on the ground that they
would create among children lust
for brutality and bloodshed,
��� MM
The success of Russell Ford's
pitching is a peculiar shaped thumb
The digit herds back and the
second joint seems to be double
jointed. He throws all of tin;
spitters .off the freaky-looking
thumb. By simply twisting it
different ways hc makes the ball
break accordingly.
��� MM
He has three separate and distinct spitters. By a slight charge
of his thumb he can make the
ball break in ,OUt or down. It all
depends upon the position of the
batsmen as to which he may wish
to dish up. Catcher Sweeney is
forced to "ride" with the ball
and has to guess like the batter,
which way the pellett is going to
shoot.
M   M   K
Ford wets the ball very little,
and, despite thc fact that many
players have claimed their errors
were due to grabbing a damp
spot, it is not so with Ford's ball.
He doesn't wet B spot any larger
than a dime.
BLASTING AND
THE RAINFALL
Effect of Big Shots on Prince
Rupert Weather and the Difference When They Were
Fewer. Interesting Experiments.
- THE COSY CORNER - I
DEVOTED  PRINCIPALLY  TO  THE INTERESTS  OK  WOMEN
This is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by tho editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
REVERS AND COLLARETTES
Pretty Fashion Again in Marked Evidence This Fall
The incroyable revers are again
much in evidence, and some of
the new models show a rover on
one side only. While tlie Bailor
collar is not so prominent as it
was, it Iip.s not been entirely
eliminated. Many pointed collars are shown, and the fall models
will probably show the large round
collars with hood effects nt the
back. The skirts adhere to the
present fashion of straight lines,
close-fitting about the hips, bui
show a little more width al the hem.
Thc new double collarettes are
among the most attractive of the
new ideas in neck adornment.
These Huffy creations encircle
the neck Instead of thc stiff boned
collar or its uncomfortable relation,
the linen collar, anil rising from a
corolla of cloudy fabric, the face
appears soft and flower-like.
These collarettes are made of
tulle, mousse-line dc soie, or of
embroidered handi-rkcliief linen.
Most of them show edges of beads
or of fine silk fringe joined to the
material, with rows of French
knots or beads.
HEATED   CARPETS
There was less heavy blasting
than there has been seen in Prirce
Rii|iert, this year, .".rd Prince
Rupert this year has had one of
the finest summers on the Pacific
Coast. Is there any connection
between heavy blasting and heavy
rainfall? Many people in Prince
Rupert believe there is, ard that
now the blasting is lessened there
will be less rain.
Experiments made to ascertain
whether the discharge of explosives
during cloudy weather produces
rainfall arc described in a letter
from James Stanes.
"Some ye.trs ago," he says, "an
experiment was tried in the Cud-
di'pah district of southern India
with considerable success. I am
part owner of an estate in the
Seramiilly Hills, which is situated
in a particularly dry zone. For
several seasons poor coffee crops
withered away from lark of rain
during July and August.
"When I was visiting the estate
in July, 1905, I nolired that
heavy clouds gathered every afternoon and I thought that if we had
been in a position to fire explosive
rockets from the highest peak of
the hills, SnOUt 4,500 feel, a shower
of rain might have been produced.
"I therefore arranged to have a
supply of rockets kept on the
estate and fired off every afternoon al the rate of one rocket
every five minutes, but only when
thc condition of thc atmosphere
was such that heavy rain threatened on all sides.
"Whether   rain   has   fallen   in
response to these explosives or
not thc fact remains that ever
since we first tried the experiment
wc have been fortutiale enough lo
catch luffident mositure to enable
int* crops to survive the drought.."
Firing in"' clouds with tht-
object of causing rain was practised
for several years in Southern Oer-
many, Switzerland and France.
Luxurious   New   Idea   for   the
Homes of  the Very  Rich
Many patents have been granted
in res|)cct of passing electric wires
or gauze along grooves or in
compartments in carpels, table
covers, "and such like," as the
patent agents say, but these have
generally been for lighting purposes, connections biing made by
means of sharp spun thai penetrate
the top cover. A patent has been
taken out lately in Germany in
connection with running fine wires
through a car|>et in parallel lines
connected with an ordinary electric
light current. The wires become
wi'.rm, and in larger sizes of
carpets thc temperature can lie
regulated at will. After thc current is turned off thc rarpc; remains warm for two or three hours,
and a small foot rug may in
this way be placed hot in a car*
ri.--.gc in winter and keep thc feet
warm without additional current
during an ordinary drive.
LEARN TO FORGET
Makes for Peace and Prosperity
Far More Than Worrying
Does.
WANTED   AN OWNER
Rev. F. W. Kerr is Treasuring a
Young Lady's Lace Handkerchief.
Before his address last night
in the Empress Theatre Rev. F. W.
Kerr, Prince Rupert's bachelor
pastor, announced that he had
been the finder nf a young lady's
handkerchief at the close of the
morning service. "Ii is a very
pretty little handkerchief," the
pastor remarkitl tenderly, "ard
I mention having found it so that
if the owner wishes to have it
returned she can apply to me
either at the end nf this service
or at any time during ihe week."
Several ladies wen- observed to
cautiously feel if tluir lace hard-
kerchiefs were still in place.
Skeenu l.uml DI,   iel    Dislrict ot Coual Range 1
Take notice mell 1, Jeiltli Rutherford lloulty
of 1'rincu Rupert OOQUptUoa unginoer, inteml
tu apply fur berinwlon tu purchuau lho iulluwi.iif
dcHCrilicil liinila;
Cullimeiieiiii; nl u puat pluntuil un tliu euat
allure ut the Kxi-huiiiaik Illver, Hint lii-ilik* iiliuut
Iwu ... il.'. northerly (ruin tin. muulli ol lhe snid
Eacliumaik Itiver, i.n.1 wim-li poal la ulioul forty
chuina nurth frum n aluke planted on tliu Exeliuinsik
River uml known na "KIT; ihence ntirlit It)
cliuina, thuiCQ east Mi ehuitia, thence bjlitli KU
cliuina, ihenee wi-sl forty chuina, thenee nurth
-10 cliulna, thelit'e west 11) OhlilU tu the plui-e ui
cuniiiienci-meiil, eoiitiiiiiiiie, Ihll ucri-ti niuru ur leaa.
Duteil Septi'iiiher It. I'Jll.
Pub.Bepl.li8. John RUTHERFORD 11EATTY
Skeenu Land DUtriet   DUUict ot Queen Charlotte I
Tuku notioe thui ihirty duys irum date, 1, C.B I I.aw-Uutlt'1* Building       Phone No. 280
lluinter ul I'rince llupert, 11. I'., by .occupallon ;       p���.��������� ,-���,������., p-0. Box 1151
LATEST    FOR    GIRLS
College Course to Teach Them
the Science of Buying
To forget���thai is what we need.
Jusi to forget. All the pcty an
noyances, all lhe vexing Irritations,
all thc mean words, all the unkind
arts, the deep wrongs, the hiller
disappointments���just let them go,
don't hang on to them. Learn to
forget. Make a study at forgetting. Train the faculty of the
mind until it is virile. Then the
memory will have fewer disagreeable things becumbered with aid
it will become alert iu remembering. All its attentions will
be given to the beautiful things,
to the worthwhile things. No
matter what business you are
pursuing, no matter what literary
subjects you are studying, ro
matter what srientific problems
you arc trying to solve. Take up
the siudy of forgetting.   Thc art
of forgetting will add lustre to all
your litenrj, business or scientific
attainments, and il will add measurably to health of mind and body.
Bible-Selling a Crime
In the Austrian Tyrol it is siill
i crime lo sell a Bible���almost lhe
only district left in Europe. As
the society's, report says: "The
work of the Bible sociely in  llic
Austrian half of the dual monarchy
has always been a struggle against
atlvetisty.   Kncniit s, concealed and
open, have waged way against
us for three generations, antl are
as bitter and Inexorable today as
they were a hundred years ago.
To teach girls how to buy, so
that when they go marketing
at the grocer and baker shops
they shall be enabled to get their
money's worth in exchange for
their money, is a new form of
instruction provided in an up-ti
(hue New England college for
young women students. This deviation from the ordinary range
of study will be generally regarded
as a wise extension of thc course
of collegiate instruction. To understand the science of buying
in its application to daily household affairs is not only helpful
in the curtailment of unnecessary
expense; il also goes far to insure
better dietary and sanitary oversight of the domestic establishment. The girl graduate so instructed may embark upon thi
sea of matrimony far better equip
ped for safe antl prosperous voyaging.
But not ;dl the trading is done
at the grocer's or butcher's or
baker's. Is there not good reason
for pushing further afield in the
science of buying? There another shops where are sold linens,
laces, silks, satins and all the
endless and bewildering array of
needed personal and household
stuffs for use and adornment.
These shops arc daily thronged
by women buyers. Should not
the girl graduate In- better prepared
to grapple with ihis more difficult
and morc enticing dry goods problem in the art of getting one's
money's worth. There is a chance
of saving millions of dollars by
carrying this idea a little further
along.
COM, NOTICE
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second avenue and Third street
Over Westi'tihaviT Bros.' Oflice.
MUNRO  &   LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Becond Avenue,
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:-  AUD110R8
bookkeeper, Intend te upply to the Chlet l.'um-
mimtiuner ul Landi lur u licence tu proapeel lur
Ml) uml |,i*triil,-uiii em uml untler 1140 ucrea ul
lund un uraham Islund dosi-ribed ua fullowa:        .
t omiii. i .v ,   u'. u pual plunled live mile, eust
ot Coul laoiuu No. Illi7, limrke*il 0, B, U. Cuul
Leiu-e Nu. 1, N. B. curlier, tliuncu weett 80 cliuina, ,
Ihuncu auuth tit) chuina,  tlience e-UHl  bxt chuina,
thoncu in .rt I, hu chuina lu pluce uf cuintnenconiuut.
DatedSept. u, um    c. E. hainter, Locutur
i'ul,. Sepl **,
Skeenu Land Di.trict- Diatrict ol ljuee-n Charlotta
Take iieliiv that thirty day. Irom date, 1, C. E.
lluiul.-r ui i'rince Itupert, 11. C, l.y urcuputiun
buukk.*.'|i.T, Intend tu apply to lho Chiel Com-
miasiuner ul i.untla iur a licenc to prospect lur
cual uml pi-l roluum on and umlt-r 010 ucrea ul
land un liruhum Island duacril.e.1 ua (ulluwa:
I'uintuuuciii-- al a pual piunted live inili-a oust
of Cuul LeitM- Nu. -1170, timrked C. E. II. S. W.
corner ul Coal I- ..>.- Nu. 11, Ihence euat DO cliuina,
thencu north M) chuina, thencu weal HO chain.,
Ihence suuth HU chuina tu pluco ol cuiiimunccmenl.
Dated Sept. II, lull, C. E. HAINTER, Lucatur
Pub. Sepl. ll;!.
Ske-cnu land Diatrict ���Diatrict ol (juee-n Churlutte
Take nutice thul ihirty duy. [runt dute, 1, C. E.
Rainier ol I'rince) llupi-rl, Ii. C, by uccupatiun
bookkeeper, intend lo upply to tho Chiel Commiaaioner ut Landa for u licenco to proapoct for
coal and pi-troleum on and under HO acre*, ol
land un liruhani Islund described u. fulluwa:
Commencing at a poal plantetl live miles eul
of Coal I.-..--- Nu. -lllti, marked C. E. II. S. E
corner Coal Leaao No. 1. thenco went bO chaina,
thoncu norlh HO chuina, thenco euat HU chain.,
thonce' south HO chaina lo place ot cutninencement.
DatedSept. 11, 11)11. C. E. HAINTER, Locator
I'ub. Sepl. 'il.
Skeena Land UUtrlct���DUtricl ul Queen Charlotto
Tako nutice lhal thirty day. Irum dule, 1, C. E.
Hainler ol Prince Rupert, II. C, hy occupation
bookkeeper, intend lo apply tu the) Chid Com-
muraione-r of Land, [or a licence tu proapect (or
coal and petroleum on and under 010 ucru of
land on Uraham Island describe*.! u fullowa:
Commencing al a put planted two milu. notrb
ot .take marked C. E. It. Coal Leaae No. 1, marked
N. E. corner C. E. H. Coal Leue No 6, thonce
south SO chain., thenco woat bO chuin., thunco
north SO chain., thenca eaal HO chaina lo place ol
commencement.
DatedSept. 11,1911. S. E. UAINTEH, Localol
Pub. Sept. IM.
Skeena Land DUlrict-DUtrict of Queen Chralott.
Take nolice thai thirty day, from dalu, 1. C. E.
Bainter ot I'rince Rupert, 11. C, by occupation
bookke-eper, intend to apply to thu Chiel CommUaioner ol Landa for a licence to prospect tor
coal and iictroleum on and under M0 acrea ol
land on (.rsham laland de**cribed u follows:
Commenelns al a po.1 planted two mile, nortb
ot C. E. 1'. Coal Leue No. 3, marked C. E. Uainlev
N. W. corner Coal L.-aa.* No. 6, ther.co south ho
chsin., tbence eut HO chsin*, ihence north HO
chain., thence wut HO chsins to placo at commencement.
DatedSept. II, 1911. C. E. UAINTEH, Locator
I'ub. Sept. 13
Skeena Land Dielrlct���DUtrict ot Queen Charlotte
Tako nolice thai thirty day. (rom dale, I, C. E.
Hainter ot Prince Rupert, il. C, by occupation
buokkoe-peT, Intend In apply to lhe Chiel Com-
nuv imi.-r of Land, tor a licenc* to prospect lor
coal and petroleum on and under bto ucru ol
land on Uraham Island dra-crib-eid ** lollows:
Cummencinu al a poet planled two mile, norlh
of C. E. II. Cual I.., ��� No. :l. alake S. W. curner
Coal Leau No. 7, ihence north HO chain., thencu
eul HO chain., thence wuih Ho chains, Ihence
weal SO chsin. lu place ut commencement.
DatedSept. 11,19U.
Prince Runert
ALFRED CARSS, 0.  V. BENNETT, B.A.
uf Brltlali Columbia "f HC. Ontario, Sal
ami Mi.uitul.n llara. kittihewun   and   Al-
la-ltu Mm s
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc
Office-Exehniure blt-ck, corner Thlnl avenue and
Sixth .treet. Prince- Ruoert. H
Pub. SepL il
Skuna I .am I DUlrict
C. E. HAINTER, Locator
Dislrict of Queen Charlotte
WM. S, HAUL, U.D.S., U. U. S.
Dentist.
Crown and Hridge Work a Specialty.
All dental nperallun. skilfully treated. Gu and
local iiniistlii-ii.-- ndnilni.teriH] fur the painless extraction of tee-th. On.ultatlun free. Office.:
Ilelireraon Block. Prince Ruuert. 11-1X
Alex.M.Manson n.v.     W.E.WIIIiam..n.A..L.L.D
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
I'rince Rupert, B.C
p. o. BOX zi
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
runt, or wm. roxoN. i **n . a.k.a.h., i on., eno
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE   AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Third Avenue also Water Street,
PRINCE RUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS A  SADDLERY MANUFACTURER
Repuiring u Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and Hth Sta
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND Ave.
PROCESSION   OF   DOGS
Attended Funeral of Two Blue-
Blooded Boaton Terriers
San Francisco, Sept. 20.���At the
beautiful  Country  home  of  Miss
Jennie Crocker there was a strange
funeral of two hloi.dul dogs at
which nearly one hiindnd high
class canines of the Crocker kennels
were mourners, and marched behind the men who carried the
Ixitlies of the dead pets.
Daasler and Wonderland Duch
ess, Boston terriers, ard two of
the blue riblxm dogs in the Crocktr
kennels, died a ftw days ago
of a mysterious disease which
was s.id tO be due to over-feidifg.
Miss Crocker was heart-broken
over the death of her pets. They
were regarded as the best in '.heir
class   in    the   country,   i't .1   sin
wined tlu in i'i 16000 each.
She determined to give them
burial worthy of their rank and
breeding. The little bodies were
kept in state until concrete ciskeis
could be made, and yesterday the
funeral w.is held. Accompanied
y tluir mistress and several attendants, all the blue bloods ol
the famous kennels inarched lr
pain behind ihe bodies ..f Dastler
and Duchess. The pels were
laid   lo  rest  with   all  honors  in
caskets made in ancient Egyptian
style.
Take nolice lhat thirty days (Mm dale, I, C. E
Ilainler of Prince llupert, il. .'., by occupation
bookkeeper, intend lo apply tu lho Chiel Com-
N.i :.-!.-1 of Land, tor a licence lo proapect (or
coal and petroleum un and under telo acre, uf
land on Uraham laland do-errlhcei u tollowa:
Commencing al a pent planted two mlies north
of C. E. II. Cual Leaae No. 4, marked S. E. curner
C E. B. Coal Ia��au No. s, thence north SO chains,
thence weat bo chain., thenc. aouth Ml chain.,
thenc ea.t HO chain, lo place of commencement.
Dale-d Sept. 11, 1911. C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. i3
Skuna Und DUtrict���DUUict of Quun Charlotte
laland.
Tako notice that Austin M.  Brawn ol Prince
Rupert,   II.  C,  occupaUon  uddler,  intends  to
lo lho Chief CommUaioner ol Landa and
for a lie. nre to prospect for eoal. oil and
petroleum un and under th. lollowing described
land, on the Wut Coaat of Grabam I_and:
Commencing at a port plantad three milu cast
of the northeast cornar of t . I.. No. 4478 thance
80 ch.in. aouth, thene* 80 chain, out, tbence 80 I
chains north, thence 80 chsins wut to point of
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locstor
H.1.-..1 1 ..ralluti .Hal July, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
keena Und DUtricl���DUtrict ol Quun Charlotte
Island.
Take nolice lhal Austin M. Brown ot Princ*
Rupert, occupaUon uddler, intend* to apply
to the i hi.l CommiMloner of Und. and Works i
for a licence to prospect for cosl. oil and polraleum
on and under the following doacribed lands on the
Wut Cout ol Graham laland:
Commencing at a put pl.nted three milu east
of the northeut corner of C. I.. No. 4474 thence
HO chain, .oulh, thene* 80 cb.in. wul, tbenc. 80
chain, north, thence 80 chalu aut lo point of
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN. Locator
Located Auguil 1.1, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skuna Und DUtricl���DUtrict ol Quun Charlotte
laland*
Take notice lhat Aurtln M. Hruwn of Prince
Rupert, occupation uddler, Inlands lo apply
lo lhe Chief CommUrdoner ot Unda and 1\orks
for a licenc. to prospect lor co.l, oil and petroleum
Hotel Central S3 &"_��;;
.'.ut..pi .in nnd American i>l.��n. at-ram
hotUr-tl, tn'��U'rn finvrntrnc-ea.   Hal"*
;'.'���' to * .' -���   |MT ���!.,-..
IVUr BUck
Proprietor
SMITH  & MALLETT
THIRD AVE.
Plumbing, Heating, Steamfittingand
Sheet Metal Work
Office: lirel Ave.
Phone 174
2nd Av
Work .hup:
bet. 7th and Hth St..
PIANOFORTE LESSONS
For Beginners and Advanced Pupils
Mist Vera Greenwood
Pupil of Pram Wllciek, Pari, and Berlin.
Room 28.  Alder Block Upstairs
==_E.   EBY    <&   Co.==
REAL  ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM ��� PC,
S. O. E. B. S.
ii  . ,.. ,..,,.   ���       ��� ....  ,...,...    -T^  P^n^  UiiiMi-t U*l*c. Nn. Ut, Ron* of
on and under thr following deawrlbtd Unda on the j Kn��land. mreti the flrat and third Tueadava In
Weat Coaat of Oratiam .aland: i ^"ch -���"*h 'n th* Sona nf Enxland Hall. Ul 2nd
Commencing at a poat planted three milaa *M*Tt < Ave *' s ���*���������'���������
C. E. UAINTL-.H, Locator
of the northeaat corner of C. L. No. .471. thance
tHI chaina east, thence BU chaina aouth, thence HU
cbaina west, thance SO chaina north to point of
commencement.
AUSTIN M   UKOWN, Locator
Located August 1st, 1911.
Fub. Aug. 111.
Skeena Und Uirtrict -District of Queen Charlotte
Takr nolice that thirty days from date, I, C, K.
Haintrr of I'rince Kupert, II. C, by occupation
bookkrrpi-r, intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Land for a licence to proapect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acrea of <
land on (iraham laland deacrilied aa follow i:
Commencing at a post planted two mllea north
of C. B. II. ( oal Leaae No. 7, marked C. K. B. |
Coal I'i'- N'o. 12, thence aouth -HO chains, thnnre
eaat  -������������  chains,  thence north  80 chains,  thenco \
waat M> chains to place of commencement,
DatedSept  11, 1911.
I'ub. Sept. 2:1.
Skeena Uml District -Diatrict of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty dava from date, I, C. f.
Hainter nf I'rince Hupert, It. l\, by occupation
bookkecpf-r, Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Unds for a licence to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under GI0 acres of
land on (iraham Island deacrilied as follows:
Commencing at a puat planted two miles north
of C. B. II. Coal Uaae No. 7, marked S. W. corner
C. E. H. Coal Leaae No. M. thonce north 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence auuth 80
chains, thence west 80 chains to place cf commencement.
Dated .Sept 11, 1911.     C.  E.  UAINTEH, Ucator
Tub. Sept 23.
Skeena Und District-District of Queen Charlotte 1
Take notice that thirty dava from date. I, C. E.
Hainter of l'nnce Kupert, H. C, by occupation
1'i.nM if t-i-r. intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Unds for a licence to prospect for ���
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acres of j
land on (iraham Island de*crit��ed as follows:
Commencing at a post planted two milen r.erth
of C. E. II. Coal Lease No. 8, marked S. E. eorne
C, K. H. Coal Lease No. 14, thence north 80
chains, thence west P0 chains, Hi- nr*" aouth 80
chains, thence 4ast 80 chains to place ot commencement.
Dated Sept. 11. 1911.     C.  E.  HAINTEK, Ucator
I'ub. Sept. I*.
F. V. CLARK. Sec..
P. O. Hnx 812. Prince Rupert
ERNEST A. WOODS. President, Box 23
MISS ELSIE FROUD
A. L. CM.
Teacher of I'inno, Violin anil
Voice Culture.
2ml Ave,
Between Tth & 8th aSt��.
Prince Hupert
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director and   Embalmer
CltAIIGIOS ItKASONAHI.K
THIRD   AVENUE      PHONE   IH.
OPEN DAY ANI1 NKillT
HAYNER BROS.
UNDEKTAKKILS AND KM11ALMERS
' Funeral   Dire-dor*
11.1 Ave. near 6th St. Phone No. 80
.Grand Hotel.
Skeena Und District District of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty days from date. 1. C, K.
Hainter of Prince Rupert, It. ('., by occupation
bookkeeper, Intend lo apply to the Chief Cum- ,
missioner of Unds for a licence to prospect for . 1 none 178
coal and petroleum on and under HO acrea o(
land on (iraham Island described as follows.
Commencing at a post planted one mile north
of C. E. B. Coal I ��� > - No. 10, marked C. E. it
Coal l.rf ��� No. Hi. ihence north HO chains, thence
west 80 chains, thenre south 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains to plac. of commencement.
Datad Sept. 11,1911. Oi E. UAlNTtill. Ucator
I'ub. Kept. 211.
Worklngman's Home
Free Labor Bureau in Connection
1st Ave. and 7th St.
GEO. BRODERIUS, Proprietor
Utile's HEWS Agency
TRY   THE   "NEWS"   WANT|
Al). WAY OF FINDING
Magazine*. II Periodical* It Newspapers
CIGARS
11  TOBACCOS  :-.
G.T.P. WHARF
FRUITS THE DAILY NEWS
PAID A VISIT TO THE
Daily News Correspondent at Graham Island Inspect- j)
ed the Plant of the B.C. Oilfields -Drills are Now       \ I    -_,
at Work in the Limestone {(
One Cent A Word For Each Insertion
Owing tn tin* interest being
taken in the development of tht*
resources oi Graham Island, the
Daily News hat arranged (or a
special correspondent tt> visit the
variini** puiiits on the Island and
write .t teries ol -lion articles
of which ilu* following ii tin*
first telling of .1 vi-.it to the new
nil territory on the wesl coast.
Sp. i.tl (lorrespondence)
M.���e ���.. Sept. 80.���A launch
trip, to the west coast oi the
island, ii an experience th.it few
have undertaken. At certain seasons, ii i*. considered dangerous,
there being few places ol refuge
from Langara Island to Otard
Bay.
We were fortunate enough to
make the journey safely; but will
not Ik* anxious to repeal the visit
in the oil plant of the li. C. Oil-
fields Company. There we found
seven men at work, with a drilling
plant  representing  ten thousand
dollars and considered one of the
besl iii Canada. The men are
through the shale ard are now
in limestone formation, a per-
cursor of the oil beneath. That
they wen* jubilant over the showings obtained, would be telling
but the truth.
As usual, tiny had several setbacks   caused   bv   the   lack   of
lubricating oil and the fact thai
the driller left for the SOUth.
Another man has been engaged
and the work is progressing -..iti--
factorily. We examined the tar.
asphaltum ..nd other evidences
nf the existence of oil beds, and
Were so much taken with the
indications that it was proposed
to stake B few claims, and We an
now prospective oil magnates.
Accompanying u�� was the owner
of oil wells iii ihe state of Utah,
and his opinion i> that there arc
no better oil grounds anywhere
He has since gone to California
where he placed the samples before
the State Mii'erologist, ard his
opinlon has been received verifying
the report of Mr. Andrews who
had previously reported on then.
moM favorably.
The  ".������hale"  formation on  the
west .-oast of Graham Island is
all "in place," which indicates
that there has been no disturbance
by which oil would escape. In
the tests made, as the drill descends, oil has been encountered
of a quality that will excel any
"parrafine" yet found <m the Pacific (Vast. It is not expected that
the "oil isnds" will be encountered
at a less depth than two thousand
feet, and the fact that limestone
i- now being extracted shows that
the "capping*1 i- perfect.
ii
THEY WILL REPAY A CAREFUL
i .inii.naii.il an .ii.ii.i'aiiaiiailt
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LOOKING   OVER-
** I  ������������-��� ���"���**�������� *M*M ^mtlSmli^K***..*
Phone ISO
The Insurance People
Fire
Lift-
Ma rim-
Accident
Plats Glass
Employer's Liability
Coi tractors' and Personal Bonds
Policies  PltpSftd While You Wait.
Till:
Mack Realty & Insurance
COMPANY.
I'.S.-House, and Rental*.
For Rent
Lror item j
..-aM_^_-_^_-.^..^,.a...*.���-���.4
Fnml.htai room, with  11
the* iei.k,   Talbot Hou ���
,al  rate,  by
1-S-tf
S'.-atly Furni.he.1 room.. i*--,ntL-rn-,n preferred.���
Anply Mr.. Mullin. over Ihjeatte Theatre.     tf
N'l.-o Kurni.heel Rooms. Mra. Gre��-nwood. Alder
lilock; Thlnl Ave. 176-tf
For Rent-Fuml.hed room.. Il"t and cold water
with bath. Dlifby Room.. > th A\��. and Fulton
Ktroel. If
Fur Rent-Son, of England Hall. HI 2nel"Ave.. for
Dance,. Fraternal Soci.-'.ie.. Soelall. etc. Apply
Frank A Ellis. Box 86? ur phone >*���*). IsA-tf
STANDING OF
BASEBALL TEAMS
r
For Sale
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, F-.r Sale-Chicken Ranch.. 8
holel iconds.   Near Prim*.* 1
.     taken at once.    Address 11
' For Sale-lriih Terrier d* a* I
I ty. a-.-ai companion.. I -
I     Bro.., US Water St., Var    -
: -ray house, house-
ipart.   A snap if
tf
pa, |..-dlireed. grlt-
1 color. Goddanl
.er. 216-227
LIVE DANCE AT
PORT ESSINGTON
Happy Gathering of Residents
and Friends the Other Night
in Cunningham's Hotel. Music, Dancing, and a Jolly
Good Time.
PASTOR NAMED
ALD. HILDITCH
Vancouver,   New   York,   Philadelphia and Portland Top the I *.^4.^._��._w,_t,_^._^.__,_��,-w-*.CT��.*
Big Leagues. it i
j Insurance j
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Tii.. f-nllmu-inn   ir,- el. il.nl . l.-el I 0IJR Companle are- not*-i fir prompt and juit
lilt   lollowing .in   tl'.f l.lit 111.'.11(1 .     j���tlemenu._.W�� writ* ���****. known class_of
the   clubs   in   the   prir.cipa
The Mack I:
leagues up till Saturday
A delightful social evening and
dame took place over at Port
Essington the other night. The
assembly w-as held in Cunningham's
Holel, the dining room of which
was tastefully decorated for the
occasion. To instrumental music
supplied by Mr. T. Alexander .it d
oth.-r members of the company
the dan..- was kept up in live
Style till the small hours. The
hoiel i*- centrally situated for the
district, and is quite near the Hot
Spring*, so there v.'.*.- a >*""*l
attendance of residents from
around there, .'ind the evening's
enjoyment went with a swing.
Refreshments served by Mr. Per-
Idns of the hotel, acceptably accounted for the intervals in the
dancing.   Amongst those present
Were:   Miss I*. Noble. A. J. Malhe-
s',n, Clyde Hunter, Mrs. G. Church
Mr. J. I.. Chrisde, Mr. A. R.
M-.tkit*. Mrs. s. Kirby, Miss M.
C. It-rig, Mr. W. K.iih, Mr. Jaw k
Mi Donald, Mr. I.. Kendall, Constable \V. R. Carmichal I. W. G.
Rudgc, Tiny Alexander, Constable
Forsyth, (,. li. Bailey, A. Gird,
II. Gird, Mr. F. Ellis, Miss Cot-
ton, Captain W. Noel, Billy Know.
les, I*. Goodenough, ('. Robinson,
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Noel. Miss
Philips, Mr. and Mrs. I*. YV.
Rudge,   Mr.  and  Mrs.  (',.  Davis,
Mi--. I.. D,t\i~. Mrs. H. Berrymsn,
Mr. and Mrs. R. s. Donaldson,
Miss Gird, Mrs. Utness, Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Orwig, Mr. and Mrs.
Kipp. Jim Camthcrs, Stewart
Donaldson, (1. A. Taylor, Mr.
R.ioiiey, R. fl. Cunningham, Alf
Perkins.
FINED   $100
Woman Found Guilty of Supplying Liquor to an Indian
Nellie   Dll|Kint   was   lined   SlIMI
and cosis today for having supplied liquor lo an Indian named
Harry Ryan. Tin- woman dc-
fenedcd In r own case. Sergeant
Phillipson  conducted  the prose*
eulion.
SLOAN    SUIT    CLUB
Winners Saturday Night
Ottb   11.    11. A. Me.Veety.
''*������   lack Bothurst.
W. c. w. Johnstone.
"       14.     U.K. Swell.
15.���J, \V. Jackson.
"     Hi.   R. M. Mcintosh.
g     17.    Frank K.Cullin.
Rev. F. W. Kerr on the Warpath
Against Representatives of
the People as Chosen under
Democratic Rule   Scores the
System.
ln the course of his address to
the evening audience in the Kin-
press Theatre last night, Rev. F.
\Y. Kerr criticised and condemned
ilu* Democratic system of government     He  -.till  lhal   the  system
seemed to him imperfect sina
those chosen by the people to
represent them in parliament wen
-.. often poorly qualified. Under
democracy there was no ditriculiy
in securing a nomination as candid.lie provided a man were a
strong enough party adherent.
Other qualifications counted for
nothing. The jiasior thought thai
in this system lay the soura- of
grafts and kirdred abuses by men
in power in ihe government.
"Under democracy." said the
preacher, "any one at all may
become a representative of the
people, A rail splitter may become a president like Lincoln or
a oirjK-nter may become an alderman   like  Mr.   Hildiich."    There
was quite a small sensation ir
the audience i'i this remark. Tin
idea of the modest yourg carpenter laying down his hammer
and BSW to achieve the exalted
ambition of becoming ii president
lik>* Lincoln or "an alderman
like Mr. Hilditch*-" was too much
for the self repressive faculties
of even a douce Presbyterian
congregation.
MINE STARTS"
ON JAP INLET
baseba
night:
Northwestern League
Vancouver  103   61
S|H>kane 95   "1
Seattle      8ti    75
Portland 80   78
Tacoma  M   82
Yi.,..ria   41 124
National League
New York  91    50
Chid ki)      87 59
i'i..sbiirg     84 til)
Philadelphia 78   66
St. Louis   7:.   7n
Cincinnati    08 81
Brooklyn        OH    82
Boston 38 105
and insurance Co.
a
American League
Philadelphia
Detroit 	
('level.'I'd
New York
Chicago
Hi.a,nf
W'.i-liit g;..i
S;. Louis   .
'.<**.
.***:
i.i
71
02
41
48
tin
70
71
Mi
105
Pacific Coast League
Portlr.rd ....
\'t mon ....
Oakland ....
San Francisco.
***. rramento...
I.os Angeles ..
11.11 ti'..
IU7 74
...s ss
.84 101
7!i HHl
..75 110
584
. 524
.407
,'JIN
04.-)
5811
.'.tin
542
:,7u
.466
42:-;
268
i'.71
582
-".'J I
.-.17
.514
IM.
.410
.281
. .Vi'.'
.591
.527
.454
.441
411.-)
BOND MARBLE
FOR $15,000
Magnificent Pure White Marble
Quarries Near Prince Rupert
Have Just Been Bonded by
James Sword.   Superb Stone.
Today sees tin- completion of the
transaction of bonding the splendid
marble properties on Barks l.-l.id
lot ;>t. d ard claimed by M.-srs.
Lawson, Benson and Pearson. The
properties have been boi (ltd for
ilu* -inn of 115,000 by Janus D.
Sword, who \i-itid them recent!)
with Mr. Lawson in the yacht La
Viajera. There an- two locations
involved. They comprise marble
faces six hundred feel in width,
ard extend to about eighty acres
e;ich.    The Stone is of the fint st
quality,   surpassing  even   thai   of
Italy,  it   is said.     Nol a vein  or
  I fault   can   be   discovered   ir   the
Development Work Begins This | marble.     It   is   pure   white,   aid
Afternoon on Copper, Gold,
Zinc   and   Silver   Properties
Located There Last Fall.
Development  work  begins this
afternoon on the mineral properties  located  last   fall  at   Jap
Inlet, Porcher Island, by Messrs.
LaWSOn, Hudson and Benson. The
property is said to be a very good
one, and further investigation dur-
Ing development is awaited,
Copper, zinc, gold, and silver
are present in the ore which is
likely to be easily worked. The
percentages so fa.r tested by assay
give two per cent copper, fifteen
per cent /ine, and from |8 to 85
in gold and silver showings to the
ton.
Work is to be pressed on rapidly
this fall with a view to extensive
development of lhe properties for
next spring.    Shipments will very
will lend itself to some of the
litest building work, or enrichments of buildings imaginable.
Probably much of it will be exported to the world's art centres
fur sculptural work. Arrangements
have been  made for payment  of
the consideration it volved in the
bonding transaction in three Instalments, and ihe company retains fifteen per cenl of the stock,
which   however,   Mr.   Swonl   has
the option of purchasing litter.
May With Mail
The ('. P. R.,steamer Princess
May will be in this afternoon wiih
pi'ssci'gcis, freiglil ard mail.
J  s. Burkhardt went below or
ilu* (reorge today.
Wanted
FOR   RENT.    Suite   of   two,
three,    or   more,    large    well-
likely bt- made then, if not sooner, j lighted office rooma over Wal-
|granting favotrable condiionn. |laces'.���H. S. Wallace tf
Wanted. - Cleaning* ar.: ; r.--in,- alteration,
anel repairing for men an-: --. men. Drea.makinK
ralleel fur and delivered. Mr. Charles Percher.
stf'ThirdAve.   Phone SM Red. tf
Lost and Found
I.'i��i- I.adn*s' watch in . raci'lct.
turning to Newa office.
Reward bv re-
tf
Dominion Fish Market
:    FULTON AND SIXTH AVENUE    :
Dealers in Fresh Fish,
Oysters and Game ln
season. Fresh Poultry,
Vegetables, Butter and
Eggs     ���
I'HONE in
P.O. BOX U0
COAL NOTICE
.Skc-ena Land Diatriet���Diatrict of Cout Ranee 5
Tak* notice that I, John Rutherford I i fatty
of I'rince Kupert, occupation engineer, intend
to apply for parTniaakm lo purchaae the following
dracnW) landa:
Commencinf at a poat planted on the eaat
ahore of thc r.xchum*.k River, and being about
two mllea northerly from tbe mouth of the aaid
Exchumsik River, and which poat la about forty
chains north from a stake plantad on tbe Exchumsik
River and known aa ' ��9"; thene* north 40
chains, thonce eaat f-0 chains, thenco aouth 80
chains, thence weet forty chaina, ibence north
40 chaina, thence weat 40 chaina to tha place of
commencement, containing 4t*0 acrea more or leaa.
Dated September 12, 1911.
Pub. Sept. 23.   JOHN RUTHERFURD H K ATI \
Skrcna Land Diatrict���Diatrict of Queen Charlotte
Taku notica that thirty daya from data, 1, C. E
Llainter of Prince Rupert, B. C, by occupation
bookkf-i'per, intend to apply lo tb* Chief Com-
miasiunw of Landa fur a licence to proapect for
coal and petroleum un and under 640 acrea of
land on Graham laland deacribed aa follow*:
Commencing at a pott planled Ave milaa eaat
of Coal Leaae No. 4467, marked C. E. B. Coal
Leaae No. 1, N. E. corner, tbence weat HO cbaina,
thence south bO chains, th*ne* east ttO chaina,
thence north 80 chains lo plac* of commencement.
Dated Sept. 11,1911 C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept 23.
Skeena Land District���Diatrict of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty dav* from dat*. 1, C. E.
Hainter of Prince Rupert, H. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, inlend to apply to lb* Chi*f Commiaaioner of Landa for a licence to proapect for
ecu and petroleum on and under 640 acrea of
land on Graham laland daacribed as followa:
Commencing at a post ptanted five miles easl
of Coal Lease No. 4476, marked C. E. B. S. \V.
corner ol Coal Lease No. 3, thenc* east 60 chains,
ihence north 60 chslns, thenc* west 60 chains,
thence south *~u chsins to placa of commencement.
DatedSept. 11, 1911. C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land District-District of Queen Charlotte
Take nolice lhal thirty dan from date, I, C. E.
Bainter of Prince Rupert, B. C, by occupation
bookkeeper, intend to apply lo th* Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licence to prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acrea of
land on Graham laland deacribed aa followa:
Commencing at a post planted five miles east
of Coal Leaae No. 4476, marked C. E. B. S. E
comer Coal Leaae No. 4, thance weat 80 chaina.
thence noith 80 chains, tbence east 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains to place ot commencement.
DatedSept. 11,1911. C. E. BAINTER, Locator
Pub. Sept. 23.
Skeena Land District���District of Queen Charlotte
Tako notice that thirty days from dale, I, C. E.
Hainter of Prince Rupert, M C, by occupation
hookkeeper, intend lo apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands for a licence to prospect for
coat and petroleum un and under 640 acrea of
land on Graham Island described aa follows:
Commencing at a poat planted two miles notrh
of stake marked C. K. U. Coal Leaae No. 4, marked
Ni E. corner C. E. B. Coal Lease No. 6, thence
south 80 chsins, thence weat 80 chains, thence
nurth 80 chains, thence east 80 chains to place of
commencement.
DatedSept. 11,1911.    S. E. BAINTER, Locator
Puh. Sept* 23.
Skeena Laml District-District of Queen Chralotte
Take notice that thirty days from dato, I, C, E.
Bainter of Prince Rupert. B. <-, by oceupatlon
bookkeeper, Intend to apply to the Chief Com-
mls-tioner of Lands for a licence io prospect for
coal and petroleum on and under 640 acrea of
land on Graham Island described as follows:
Commencing at a post planled two milea north
ol C (C. D. Coal Lease No. 3. marked C. E. Bainter
N. W. corner Coal Lease No. 6, thence aouth 80
chalm, thence east 80 chains, thence north 80
chains, thrnce west 80 chaina to place of commencement.
DatedSept. 11, 1911.    C. E. BAINTER, Locator
I'ub. Sept. 23
Skeena Land Dl-trict���District of Queen Charlotte
Take notice that thirty days from date, I, C. E.
Hainter of Prince Rupert, 11. C, by occupation
hookkeeper, intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands for a I'Otice to prospect for
coal and j>ctroteum on and under 640 acrea of
land on Graham Island deacribed as follows:
Commencing at a post planted ' ���> mile* north
of C. E. B. Coal Lease No. 3, stake S. W. "orner
Coal \*:\���<��� No. 7, thr-iice north 80 chains, .ience
cut 80 chains, thence south HO chains, thence
west 80 chsins to place of commencement.
Daled Sept. 11, 1911. C. E. BAINTER, -Locator
Puh. Sept 23
Skeena Land District���Dlftrict of Queen Charlotte
Tako notice that thirty days from date, I, C. E.
Hainter of I'rinco Hupert, H. C, by occupation
I.....U. i p. r. intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of I,nt,di for a licence to prospect for
".nl and petroleum on and under 640 acraa of
land on Graham Island described at follows:
Commencing at a post planted two mllea north
of C. E. B. Coal I*��������><��� No. 4, marked S. E. corner
C. E. B. Coal Leaao No. 8, thence north 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains to place of commencement.
Daled Sept. 11,1911. C. B. BAINTER, Locator
Tub. Sept. 28
Do away with thia.     Patronize a whitf
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
NOTICE
TAKE NOTICE thst I will receive
tenders for the land known aa Lot 1105,
Ratine 5, Coast District, Province of
British Columbia. This is one of the
choicest pieces of land lying along the
Skeena river and contains about 155
acres. The land is crown -.'ranted.
Tenders must be in before the fifth day
of October. 1911. The highe-st or any-
tender not necessarily SMSptsd For
further particulars apply to the undersigned.
D. G. STEWART,
Assignee  of  H. C, Breckenridge, Box
2.5, Prince Rupert, B.C.
FEED STORE
We carry everything in the feed line, also garden seeds at the luwest market price*, at Collarl's
���ilk- Fted Store, Market Place
PONY EXPRESS
Prompt Delivery Phones 41 or 301
NOTICE
In tbe County Court of Atlin llolden at Prince
Kupert in  the  Matter of the "Official Administrator's Act-
end
In the Matter ol the Estate ot Duran P. Latkovlch
rlfce-ased, Interstate
TAKE NOTICE thai by order of Hi. Honor.
loot* Youni. made the 31.1 day ol Au|uat, 1911,
I mas appointed Adminiatrator of the K.tate ot
the said  Duran  P.  Latkovlch deceased, and all
Kartles having claims against lh* said Estate ar*
areby required to forwent same properly veritled
to me on or before th* 30th day of September,
1911, and all the parties Indebted to th* uld
Estate ar* required to pay the amount ol their
in-lebtedneaa lo me forthwith.
DATED tb* Mh day ol September. 1911.
JOHN II. McMlLUN.
Official Administrator.
SILYERSIDES   BROS.
SIGN PAINTERS
Paperhangers
INTERIOR DECORATORS
P.O. BOX 120 PHONE 156 GREEN
Second Avenue, near McBride
_ FOR  SALE
One lot, Block 22, Section 5, Seventh
Avenue.   Price $800.   f.400 caih.
One  lot,   Block   7,   Section   6,   Fourth
Avenue, Harbor View.   Price $1350.
Two lots, Block 24, Section 8, Eleventh
Avenue.    Price $300 each.    $50 cash
balance $25 per month.
Two lots, Block 24, Section 8, Eleventh
Avenue.j  Price  $600  pair,  one-hall
cash.
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 $500 pnir, $300 cash.
One lot, Block  1, Section 8, next to
corner, Eleventh Avenue.   Price $475,
$300 cash.
HOUSE    FOR    SALE
Four-room house, plastered, painted, best
harbor   view   in   city,   on   Ambrose
Avenue.     Price  $1837.     Cash   $500,
balance $30 per month.
FOR  RENT
Offices and stores on Second Avenue and
Sixth Street.    Prices $36 to $75 per
month.
Nicely furnished flat, four rooms and
bath,   hot   and   cold   water,   corner
Fulton   and   Sixth   Avenue.     Price
$50 per month.
LAND FOR SALE
6 and 10 acres for gnrden trucking, at
Kitsumkalum.   Price $66 per acre.
10-acre tracts garden trucking at Kitselas.   Price $60 per acre.   Terms.
FOR LEASE
Three lots on Third Avenue cloBe to
business section, level, good lease.
LOTS   IN   NEW   HAZELTON
$10 cash and $10 per month buys you a
homesite.
pOOD   PRINTlNp
Is a Persistent "Influence'' Exert-    ^���*
ed  in Your Behalf!
;
;
Evwjf bit of printing that goes out to serve vou roakei "S
Kind of an Impression."    Poor printing will leave
prtMton of iu user as surely as would poor clothe,
store or shop or offlce.    "Good    printing will leave
mind an impression whollv favorable of its user.
Even if but one in a thousand of these "Impressions     -
the scales for business, for orders, for you "Good  1'*
will have thus paid for itself !
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LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Bella Coola Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol Coast Range
a
Take nolice that H. M. CHIT of Dundalk, Ire-
land, occupallon gentleman, intends lo apply
'��* permission to lease th. lollowing describe*-!
lands:
Commencing at a poat planled on the ��hor��
ol Neclecuconnay River aboul 10 chain, wesl
ol Indian Keaerv. Line .th.ne* west 6V chains
following the channel ol Neclecuconnay River,
thence soulh DO chains mor. or leaa to channe-1
t Bella Coola Hlver, thenca lollowlng channel
of Bella Coola River easterly 60 chains, nortb
Ml chains more or leaa to point ol commencemenl;
containing 460 acrea, more or leaa.
Dated Auguat 28. 1911. II.   M. CLIFF
"ul. Sept. SO. William McNair. Ag.nl
Bella Coola Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol Coast Kanfe
a
Take notice thai II. M. t lul of Dundalk, Ira-
land, occupation genllrman, inunda lo apply
lor  permission  to  leaae  the  following  deMnbeal
.at.I.
Commeneing at a post ptanterd at th. N. V.
corner ol Lot 25*1, thene. wuih 40 chaina mor*
or l**s to northern boundary of lease No. 1 sppltvu
lor ny H. M. Cliff, thenc* following uld bounder)
��� av.t 20 chains, th.ne*. nortb 40 cbaina. thence
wem 20 chains lo point of cmnne-ncrm.nli contsining ou acres, mora or I.**.
Halad August 2S, 1911. H.   M. CLIFF
1Mb. Sent. 30. William McNair, Ag.nl
Bella Coola Land DUtrict���DUlrict ot Coast Rang.
a
Tak. nctlc. lhat H. M. Cliff of Dundalk. Inland, occupation gantleman, intcntU to apply
for permiaaion to lease th. following d��crtb*d
landa:
Commencing at a poat planud al th, S. 1.
comer ot 1 -.t 251, thenc. aouth 40 chains mor*
or ieM to northern boundary of Leaa*. No. 1
spplled lor by II. M. Cliff, thenc* east 20 chains
along said boundary, thene. north 40 chain..
ihenc. west 20 chains to point of comm.ncem.nl;
containing eo acrea, n ore or !.**_
Daled Auguat 26, 1911. II.   M.  CUFF
Pub. Sept. 3V. William McNair, Agent
Bella Coola Land DUUict���DUtrict of Coast Range
a
Take notice thai H. M. Cliff ol Dundalk, Ira-
land, e-ceupation gentleman, Inlend. to apply lor
permi-Mion to lease lhe lollowing described lands:
Commemcing at a poat plant��d at tha .hora
near the N. E. eornerr ol Lot No- 3, lh.nce north
lu chains, thenc. w��al .*-.' chaina mora or lees lo
east boundary of cannery Iwa., thenc. following
th. said ��-a��t boundary south 40 chain, mora or
ieasi to ahor. line, thenc (ollowing aaid .hora
line easterly SO chain, mora or lea. to point ol
commencment; containing 320 acre*, mora or
laa.
Dated Auguat 31, 1911. II.  M. CUFF
Pub. S-*it 30. William McNair, Agent
Bella Coola Land DUtrlct���Dutrict ot Coast Rang*
a
Take notice thai II. M. Cliff of Dundalk. Ira-
land, occupallon gentleman, inlenda to apply
(or permission lo leas* the following de��cnb*d
lands:
Commencing at a poat planled at the N. E
i .in. r ot Lot 33, Ihence north 20 chains, Ihenc*
west 40 chains, tbence south 20 chains mora or
lev lo ebon line, tbence (ollowing the .here line
east 40 chains mora or leas to point of commencment; containing 60 cares, more or laa.
Daled Auguit 31,1911. H. M. CLIFF
Pub. Sept. 30. William McNair, Agenl
Bella Coola Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol Coast Rang.
a
Take nolle that II M. Cliff ol Dundalk, Ira-
land, occupation gentleman, intaneta lo apply
for permi��� ion lo lease the (ollowing described
lands:
Commencing at a poet planled at the N. W.
corner ol Lot No. 4, thenc north 40 cbains. thenc
eaat 40 chains, thenc eouth 40 chains mora or
leaa io shore line, thenc following shore line
weaterly lu chains more ur leaa to poinl of cm*
mrnr.-m.-nl. containing SO acrea, more or leaa
Dated Auguit 26, 1911. H.  M. CLIFF
Pub. Sepl. 30. William McNair, Agtml
Skena Land DUtrlct���DUtrlct ol Quen Charlotte
laland.
Take notie that Austin M. Brown ot Princ
Rupart, saddler. Inlands to apply to the Chlerf
Commiasioner ol Land, and Wore, for a licnc
lo prospect for coal, oil and petroleum on and unt.er
the following ti-acTllapei Until on th. Weat Coast of
Graham lslsnd:
Commencing at a pet planted thre. milaa from
lh. southeast oorner of C. I.. No. 4472 th.nc 60
chaina weat, tbenc 80 chaina north, theme 80
chains -Nut, theme 80 chaina south to point of
commencement.
AL'STIN M. BROWN, Loctor
tx-K-ated August 1st. 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Quem Charlott,
laland.
Take nolic that Austin M. Brown ol Princ
Itupert, occupation aaddler, Inlenda lo apply lo
the Chiel Commissioner ol Landa anel Works for
s licnc lo prcpect tor cool, oil and petroleum en
and under tbe following d-aeribed lands on th.
Weat Coast of Graham laland:
Commencing at a pet planled thre mile east
of the northeast mrner of C. I.. No. 4472 thence
60 chaina wert, thene 80 cbains norlh, thenc 80
chain, east, thene 80 chaina aoulh lo point of
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Located Auguat 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Sk��ena Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol Quen Charlotte
lalanda
Take notie lhat Austin M. Brown of Prlne
Rupert, occupation aaddler. Intends to apply to
the Chiel Commissioner ot lamia and Worka (or a
licenc lo proapect for raal, oil and pMroleum on
and under lhe tollownlg deacribed lands on the
West Coast ot Graham liland:
Commencing at a posl planted three mile east
of lhe southeast erner of C. L. No. 4470 th.nc
north 80 chslns, thenc east 80 chains, thenc
aouth 80 chain., thene wet 80 chains to point ol
emmenement.
AU8TIN |fc BROWN, Locator
I,ocated August lit, 1911. ���
I'ub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Und DUtrlct���DUtrlct of Quen Charlotte
I.l.nil.
Take nntie that Austin M. Brown ot Princ
l.,T.r.1! ""������'Itelion eddler, Intends to annly to
the Chiel Coit>mlasione*T nf Unds and Work, tor
a licnc to proapect lor coal, nil and petroleum
on and under the following descrilied land, on the
Weat ( oaat of Graham Island:
Commencing at a port Dlanlad three mile east
ol lhe southeast corner of C. L. No. 447S Ihenc*
80 rhaina wet, thene 80 chains north, 80 ch.ina
est, Ihene 80 chaini aouth to point ot emit) e-nement.
Located Augurt Sl" M' DK��WN' ******
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skena Und ..Ulrict���D'rtrlct ol queen Charlott
_ 1.1.nil.
Take nolle that Austin M. Brown ol Princ
JH-frl-g-Bn**., eaddler, Intendi lo apply
to the Chief lommUeloner ot Undi and **VoVk.
for a licence to prmp-A for nil. oil and petroleum
on and under if., (ollowing deacribed land, on the
Weat Coaat ot Graham laland:
Commencing at a port planted three mile east
__f_rrt2S?ih___*J BW 8? ���*���������������������. mm
eaat 80 chain-*, thenc eulh 80 chaini to point ol
commencment. F       ���
AU8TIN M. BROWN   Loeloe
Located Augurt lit. 1911. "��""��� ""��<��'
WATER Nt
I, S. Harrison ot Princ Rupert. ]i c bctte
give noUe lhat on tb* filuen-.n ia
1911,1 inlend to apply to th. �� a*. -.
at hU offle in I'rince- lluperl. I .   mm
to take and use thre. cubic fee*', of a a-..? tm��� mm*
Irom McNeil Rivw In Skecra 1
U to be taken from the strata �����  .*..���_,
above the   unction with *.*��� ,
ia to be u.ad on Ul llu'- ! r dome    : tr:in,
cultural purpose.
SAMl'LL BAJUUMI
Serpt.9.
WATER NOTICE
I, S. Harrison of Princ Ruj -���*-. I   .*. ;���.���
give notie that on thc ttfi.. .
1911.1 Intend to apply to the- \. .
at hi. offle In Prlne Rup*n. it I ,hral
lo uke and um two cubic l��*t .'. **>: Mr,
Irom th* West Fork ot McS.
District. Tha waur U to be laker. Irtnr. it* .-Tea
about on. mil. from its ur.ctur a.*.*. SeM*.
Rive and U to bi used on U-t MM tat ekoaBi
and agricultural purpeaea.
SAM1 EL ..
���topi. 9.
COAL NOTICE
:.<l<
SkMna Und DUtrict-DUtrict cl Qua xitsfM,
Island.
Taka noUe that Austin M. lire*: .: irz*
Rupart, occupation aaddler, i
the, Chiel Commtastonsr ot Lar.*. ,r.l aa*.
for a bene to proapect tor coal I . .. lad tic.
leeun on and under the (ullo.. | le -.-r.Hd lull
on the Wat Coast ol Graham 1-..: :
Commsnclng at a pet Plar.:-*: :-..-���-. Blig*l
ol lb. MutbwMi erner of C. L K*. ix". xuem
60 chaina eaal, thene 60 chin.* :  *   .
cbaina wet. thne 60 cbaiu ��-:*. H i-atl tf
comm.nement-
Al'STI.N M. HKu'AS. Loom
Date ol Ltxalion, Slit July 1911.
Pub. Aug. It.
Skeena Und Diatrict���DUtricl et -,"-���*.:. Cu.-*->
Island.
Take nolle lhat Austin M. ll: *-. - T*m
Rupart. occupation ssddler, inter.ll '.�� *****
tb. Chief Commiaaioner ol Und. a:.: '...:���:*,
licnc to proepect tor coat, oil ar. :;.*..* ..-.:.*-
under th* following deacribed lar._ cs it. aat
Coart of Grabam laland:
Commencing at a port planteed l'..-e. BMflS
ol the Mutbeost erner of C. L. No. 4I** um
north 60 chains, ttune aut 60 Oa..*.-. IMM mi
60 chains, thene aast 60 chains lo pent�� a*
meneemenL , , __
AUSTIN M. BKuAN, UB��
laoeaud Augurt lit. iill.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Uad DUtrict-DUtrict ut a,.*.-* lurka
Undi . _
Take nolle that Aurtln M. B.-o*�� �� WJ
1 Rupert, Mddlar, inundi to apt!)  :������ '���" *<*
Commiasioner ol Unds and Wcrai ! : t ���***
to prospect lor coal, oil and peer
! under the lollowlng deicrilad land, m XI* ***
; Coart ol Grabam Island:
Commsnclng at a pet planted l*o ���?���**"���
ol tb. nortnmal cornea* of C. L N'. ��!���' ���*"
Muth 80 cbaina, ihene ��.*:  *
nonh 60 ehaina, thane eut 60 cha.r., t�� pe��e
��mm.no*m.��UAuRTiN M. BROWN W
Loeted 31rt July, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
SkMna Land DUtrict-DUtrict of y.a-sQd* -
lalan.U
Take notie that Aurtln M. Sm
Rup-wt, occupation eddler. int.:
lh. chief Commi-aioner ot Una.
a Bene to prospect for cai. -
on and undc* th* following MH
Wat Cout of Graham Island:
Beginning at a pet planted t1 ���
the northeaat corner ot C. L. *-.��-'
chains aaat, tbane 60 chain. ���
chains wet, thene 60 chain, '"
emmenement. 	
AUSTIN M. Hi
Located Augurt lit, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skena Und DUtrict-DUtrict ol ������-��� t a*""
K >:    ��� ...,
Take nolle that Austin M ' - . ';;_
Rupert, aaddler, Intendi to ��i: ,.���
Commleioner ol Undi ind W  r. gj
lo prepect lor coal, oil ami ���*��� * * ��� �� . ,*. -
the lollowing deacriberf Undi on tl-* ��a.
ol Graham liland: ,j,.M.��lril
Commencing at a port nlsnted t re* "���J^,
ol tbe northeat rorner of I    I*   * ,.���
eaat 80 .bains,  tbene eutl
wet 80 chains, thene north
commenement.   ^���p, ,,   ���-, -,iN, *****
Ucau-d Augurt irt, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Sken. Und Dirtrict-DUtrict ol queen <���"���*���*������"
I.la- , rnstf
Tak. nolle that Austin *���*%�� f '^
Rupert,   occupaUon   aaddler.   >
to tba Chiel CommUiioner of Ur-; *'',!^a
lor a licnc to prepect or ����������'���' *���'' �� M ���*��
on and ulder the foUowing deacril-e* I I"*"
Wet Coast ot Grabam lalan.l: ,���*,<���**
Commencing at a port plal-c*1 ���*   ,
ol tb* KUtheart rorner ol C. I-
to chaini north, thenc 80 chain) ���*
chaini .outh. thenc 80 chiln. teen t�� V
commenement.   s���jm ||, BR0WK, l^*""
Located 31rt July, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeena Land Dlltrt'
District of Coast. Bl
Take notice that Wm. I'..     '.; ^
son, of Prince Rupert. B.C., '������*-j,.. ������
locomotive Urcman. intcii.lt" ��u..^
permission to purchase the it
described lands: -���,i on tb*
Commencing at a post I' '. V cr'ivrt.
north bank of thc /im- , ���.,,..,*���
about two milcB up s.r.v" " ff" Daly direction from the ������ ";'.., .njiii
Httle Zim-o-got-itJ river snow. tf_
' i-orr.*'1';
Zim-o-got-iU river, and " ���
Francis Nicholson's south*'''-' '��-jlt0
thonce north 40 chaino. I'"    '    ���.,, of
chains, thence south 40 chi M "<��*()i.
less to shore line of riv.r  in-���'>,*���,
40 chains more or less alo s'", on*,
of river to post of cornm.'"*'!'*-1'''
raining 160 acres mote rt' �������   ���
WM. FRANCIS NICHOU <   .   ,
Geo. R. Putman, ��*���*���
Dated July 17, 1911.
For "row boats ami laujdj
Telephone   320  green.    *
Boat House.

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