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Array THE WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending 5 a. m.,
Sept. 12
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The Daily News
VOL. II, NO. 209
Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
Prince Rupert, B.C., Thursday, September 14, 1911.
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HAZELTON BASEBALL TEAM
IS READY FOR RUPERT'S
Officially Declared Champion Ball Team of Northern
B.C. For 1911, The Hazelton Tigers Hope to Include
a Live Prince Rupert Team in Next   Years
Schedule���Possible if Rupert Gets Park
Hazelton Tigers, the live base-
hall team of Prince Rupert's nearest neighboring centre up river,
have just finished the season's
scries of matches with Telkwa and
ilu1 ('.. T. P. Engineers, and arc-
now officially declared winners
of the Pea-vine League Pennant
fur the season of 1911. This makes
them present champions of Northern B. C.
The standing of thc teams at
tin* close of the series was as
follows:
Won   Lost
Hazelton 6       2
Telkwa 2        2
(Forfeited last game)
(".. T. P. Engineers 0       3
The last game with the Engineers at Haielton on Labor Day
was bitterly contested all the way
through, and was won by Hazelton
by a batting rally in thc eighth
inning. Graham Rock, the young
Senile high school athlete who
pitched for Hazelton, struck out
twenty of the railroaders. Live
crowds witnessed the matches all
through the series, and betting on
favorite teams was brisk. On
Labor Day there were 387 paid
admissions to the grounds, and
this did not include ladies who
win*exempt form the tag.
The Hazelton Tigers' U-a.ni lineup includes the following; G.
Rock, pitcher, R. Rock third base,
Daniels short-stop, Kinney left-
liild, McDonr.el first base, Riley
second base, Pat Jennings catcher,
Al. Harris right field, Stickney
centre field, and "Square Deal"
O'Neill, manager. Graham Rock,
the star pitcher of the team, will
try out with the Seattle team it.
the N. W. League next spring.
A schedule will be arranged for
next season with Telkwa, Larkford, Hazelton, and if possible
Prince Rupert. Mr. J. A. Riley,
secretary of the Hazelton Athletic
Association, is most anxious to
include a Prince Rupert representative ball team in that schedule
and hopes that his friends amongst
the boys down here will keep the
idea well in view. With the
indoor league so flourishing there is
no doubt aboul the talent, but
it is imperative that continuous
efforts be made while there is a
chance of getting thc athletic
ground site secured from the city,
and preliminary work done to
level and prepare it for play early
next summer.
The Prince Rupert is on her
last run to Stewart for the season,
and .fur the winter the Prince
John takes up the Stewart um.
Grand Dance
There will be a Grand Dance
in the Mclntyre Hall on Friday
evening. Dancing from !) p.m.
lo 12.30. Music by Gray's Four-
piece Orchestra. Admission 81.00.
1.; dies flic.
PRINCE RUPERT PRODUCE
TO FEATURE AT FESTIVAL
First "Harvest Home" Ever Held in This City Planned
in S.A. Citadel on Monday���Successful Gardens
of Prince Rupert  Invited to Display Their
Returns���Many Contributions Promised
RECOPROCITY
ANDLETTHfcCONSUMERl
POLITICAL PUZ7.LE PICTURE
In the two figures of the foreground find Clements, Supposed to be on a Bean Hunt Somewhere in
the Wilds of Skeena
Special efforts are being made by
the Salvation Army officials sta*
tioned in the Prince Rupert Citadel
to get up the first harvest festival
ever held in Prince Rupert, and
in spite of the ding-dong strife
raging in the political arena at
the moment it is confidently felt
that within the walls of the
Citadel on Monday night, 18th
inst., there will be a big gathering,
.mil a first harvest festival worthy
"f Prince Rupert. A feature of
lhe idea is the effort being made
by   the   Army   officers   working
under direction of Captain Kerr,
to have the festival represent as
far as possible some of the flowers,
vegetables, and garden produce
grown within the city limits of
Prince Rupert, and also some of
the fine garden und agricultural
produce grown in the districts
neighboring,   up   river,   and   on
Porcher Island for instance.
To display the powers of Prince
Rupert io grow fine garden stuff,
and beautiful flowers is the aim
"f the Army officers who will
decorate the Citadel wiih M many
temples  ,,f   the   Prince   Rupen
harvest as can be Obtained. Those
cilizens who have made good as
gardeners this season have an
Opportunity here to let others
see what a little skill and truoble
can do in Prince Rupert, and
it is the aim of the S. A. to have
the hall photographed when decorated so that the picture may be
sent to headquarters in the East.
\ good show of garden stuff will
be a boost for Rupert.
Besides giving a pleasant en-
tertalnmcnt lhe Army detachment
here will hold a harvest auction
side  of  all  classes  of  saleable
.'.rlicles and produce donated by
their friends in Rupert. Already
.hey have been promised liberal
contributions of work bj the ladies,
aril saleable commodities,    That
inimitable auctioneer, Mr. F'rank
Ellis, will be there wi.h lhe goods.
and there is certain to l��- a llvel)
lime going i't the gathering.
NEW  MILLINERY   IN
Mra. Frizzell Will Feature Open
ing of Fall Millinery Season
With Special Attractions Tomorrow and Saturday.
On Friday and Saturday this
week Mrs. Frizzell will feature
.he opining of her Fall Mlllil I ry
Display.    New aid dainty items
..f the most attractive and be*
coming style are to hard by the
last boats from the south, aid
ladies can count on a splendid
choice from t large ���'��� d varie.il
Stock of all the very latest ill
millinery and ladies' wear for the
season now opening.
Mrs. Frizzell has received a new
Shipment of evening dresses which
every society woman ought to
make a point <>f ***il*m ** *���>]*')>'
are deft expressions of prevailing
modes and range from the quiet-
toned lo the most elaborate.
'DUFF' PATTULLO SCORES
DICK McBRIDE'S PERFIDY
British Columbia's Premier Says "We Must Not Have Anything to do With  the
United States, Even Casually;"���At the Moment he is Handing Vast Timber
and  Agricultural  Lands  to American .Speculators���Pattullo's Apostrophe to "The Greatest Canadian of Us All"
Although T. D. Pattullo haa
resigned his seal as alderman ai <!
is temporarily absent from Prince
Ru|iert, he can be reliul upon
to be in the thick of ihe light
when a political contest i�� on and
he may be expected here al   the
last grand rally of the Liberal
party which will close the campaign. He is row in Victoria
but is well Acquainted all over the
Dominion with  tin- people iid
lhe yi*i cra.l political tin d >>f m. t >
of    its   coi StitUCI i iis.      lie    III I
recently written io one of thi
leading dailies of Canrrin a brief
review of the situation, ��� ddrcssii ^
it to Sir Wilfrid l.-iuiu himself, to
whom he is personally will IcTOWT..
As anything Mr. l'.i,. Ilo nn >
have to say of a public chnractet
is of person) I ii teres! ;<. ,i e
people of Prince Ruptrt, his
communication to tin- while Car*
adian people is giver liciiui.h*
"At a 'time when the Tor)
party  aid   ihe  Nationalists of
are pursuing the des*
i rii.*- of ir\ing to pre
lhe Quebec electorate
Laurier by appeals to
ii sit ikes one looking at
the situation from long range that
an especial duty devolves U|*on
Ontario   io   -i. nd   by   the   man
Quebec
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judice
against
passion,
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HURRAH FOR ROSS!
Pluck will win, its average is sure,
He wins  the fight who
can most endure,
Who faces issues,
He who never shirks;
Who waits and watches,
And who always works.
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T. DUFFERIN PATTULLO
whose whole lifetime of service to
!iis   country   has   been   one   long
preachment .>f.. iplril ..f tolerance
ami a better understanding between the two races of Canada,
which, for bettor or for worse,
intisi  join hand   in hand for the
upbuilding of our common country.
"Here in Briiish Columbia we
read that Laurier is taken to task
in Quebec for Marling a navy.
Oul here his opponents take him
to task on the ground thai we
haven't any navy, while the Tory
cohorts, lead by Premier McBride,
endeavor to appeal to thc large
English population by waving the
old ll;.g and picturing thc establishment of an Imperial capital
at Ottawa, going so far as to say
that 'we must have nothing to
do wi.h the United States, even
in the most casual way,' and this
at the very momtnt when
the McBride Government has
already alienated, not to American settlers, but to American
speculators, a vast and tremendous portion of the timber
and agricultural lands of the
Province.
CONTINUED ON PAOE 4
"DADDY" WEEKS AND HIS
WEE STRAWBERRY PATCH
An Object Lesson From Scotland Proving by Actual
Facts That Under Reciprocity Skeena Valley Strawberries  Must Command  the Best Prices in
Both Home and Southern Markets
When Mr. L. W. Patmore in
his speech on Tuesday night referred to tin* fact that "Daddy"
Weeks of Kitsumkalum would gel
both the Prince Rupert and the
Seattle market for his strawberries,
and would nol be in ihe least
hurt by lhe effect of reciprocity
in the cheapening for Ninth B. C.
Coast consumers, of Washington
Stales vegetable and fruit, Mr.
Patmore was convincingly rignt.
The audience appreciated this and
applauded. There is an exact
parallel to the situation existing
over in the Old Country al the
present time which is worth looking
into.
In lhe sunny valleys of the
Blairgowrie district of Scotland
is situated Scotland's strawberry
country. Scotch strawberries are
as famous in the markets of the
old land, as Likelse and Kitsumkalum strawberries deserve to be
on thc American continent. Scotch
strawberries always fetch higher
prices in all markets (even in
iheir home market) than South
Country strawberries. Their flavor
is so much finer owing to their
having grown in the more purlin rly
latitude. They also command better prices, owing to their being
grown in the more northerly latitude, ihey ripen just a week or
two later than the English fruit.
and are ai their best on ihe
market when the English product
i*-  gelling  lush  aid   nvcr-ripc  so
that it docs not stand transportation well. Scottish strawberries get the table market at
table prices for all their own
season. South country berries
get canning prices most of the
time, and frequently quantities
are dumped on the market al less
than cost lo save actual waste.
Just as the Blairgowrie Valley
strawberries command always the
best prices in London and Edinburgh markets iu spite of Lnglish
grown competitors, so will "Daddy'
Weeks' Kitsumkalum strawberries,
and the Lakelse Valley berries
command always the best prices
in ilu- Prince Rupert, Vancouver,
and Senile markets under reciprocity (which ph.ces B. C. in the
same trade relation with America
as exists between Scotland and
England, at least as regard fruit)*.
Just as ilu* Scotch strawberry
commands the best part of the
season at the best prices because
il is grown in the more northerly
latitude, so will "Daddy" Weeks'
strawberries command a long market, and high prices.   There can
be  no doubt   about  ii.    As "Mr."
Patmore  said:    "Daddy"  Weeks
will get mn only his home market,
but also the Seattle market, and
at   better prices even  in   Rupert,
than lhe Seattle berries can command after transportation.    Practical   trade   tests   in   the   Briiish
in l.i proves it.
MAYOR MANSON'S ABSENCE
HOLDS UP CITY BUSINESS
Licensing Commissioners Have to Adjourn Till After
Sept. 21st Because Their Chairman is Off With His
"Heaven-born" Colleague Dr. Clayton, Stumping Comox-Atlin to  Bolster up Clements
they can to bolster up their candidate. Clements, and meanwhile
Prince Rupen citizens with a real
regard for lhe good of their city
iire realising that a mayor who
deserts the bridge of ihe Prince
Rupert civic ship when there i-
plenty of work to do there, in
order to try and Imlsier into
Comox-Atlin a Vancouver man
who lu's persistently knocked
Prince Ku|H*ri, might, to put it
mildly, l��* Improved upon.
SAM CONDREY CAUGHT
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No  rogue  e'er  felt   the
halter draw,
With good opinion of the
law.
And chaps with grafts,
whose game's attacked
Quite  naturally  oppose
the pact.
Has Been Terror to Stockmen
For Some Years
The licence commissioners met
yeslerdav afternoon. Messrs.Smith
and Merrylield attending. There
were only two cases before llic
Ixiartl. the application of Maurice
Bondeaux for the transfer of ihe
Windsor   hotel    to   William    II.
Wright and George Sutherland's
application fori' bottle license.
tin   the  motion  of  Alderman
Smith the transfer of the Windsor
hotel li. ei iv WB8 allowed.
When th.- matter of the bottle
licence came up Alderman Smith
did nol see how ihey could proceed with iis consideration in ilu*
absence of the Mayor and therefore moved an adj.uri ment.   II.
sti'.lid .hat lie did rot know when
the  Mayor would  return and .in
adjournment was therefore taken
to September 27th.
Owing lo ilu- absence of the
Mayor from his post of dui>
as chairman ol the licencing commission, the work of the board has
been held up Until after the termination of tin* political campaign.
It  is Well kl own  in  the city, of
course, that the political situation
a.l'd    the    lirgei t    need    fur    lhe
bolstering up of Mr. Clements,
the Conservative candidate (or
Comox-Atlin,are  responsible fori   San Francisco, Sept. 14.���Avia-
ihe  absence  of   the   Mayor  aid 1 tor Fowler, in making his trans*
hishenceman Alderman Clayton   (continental flight, fell forty feet,
that "heaven-born orator" accord-1after covering forty miles.    Thc
ing to Alderman  Douglas.    Both 1 machine   was   smashed   but   thc
ilu* "Heaven-born" and the Mayor (aviator only slightly injured.   He
are busy Stumping it  as hard as will be delayed two or three days.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Winnipeg, Sept. 13. Sain t'on-
drcy, win. his beer wanted for
years by the Mdntanatauthorities
for charges <>f horse stealing, was
arrested  by  the  Mounted   Police,
near Calgary yesterday, after a
desperate light. II. was .' terror
iii stockmen or both sides of the
lit e for a hn g time.
FOWLER   HAD   A  FALL
Aviator   will   be   Long   Time
Reaching Great White Way
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WARK'S
CLOSING
JEWELRY
SALE
T~A TENDERFOOT'S WOOING
( By Clive Phillips Wolley
I*-.* (AUTHOR oi*' .ll>'"' 00LD 1N cariboo,  WO.)
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PerTiiipslic held tlie little worm liana
CHAPTER IV. I a trltlt* lonsor and pressed it a trifle
It   wbb  a  glorious  snd  memorable   harder  than   the  circumstances   war
ed them before anil they did not mind
a bit, but be Will come back if you
call him."
Unfortunately, Mrs. Uolt wavered
and negleoted her opportunity.
With perfect assurance Anstruther
strolled up to the four sullen figures
who glowered nt him as he came, but
did not move a muscle.
"Nice evening," he said, "lsn t It. 1
don't happen to speak your lingo but
hope 1 sec you well, fiver had your
pictures taken?"
Still the four remained motionless.
"Not In a conversational mood, eh?
"Bags  his   game   very  neatly,"  an.
During the past six days man\
customers have visited oui closing
sale and were complete!) surprised
at tin- rate bargains we are offering
��� ���ii every line of merchandise we
carry. Main of them have purchased their Christmas Gifts
because they fulb realise tin
great saving of
percent they are making.
Such an opportui it) cannot
come to the citisens of Rupert
again this season.
Thursday, Sept. 14
the history of reciprocity
In ists Sit Charles (Hipper, speaking in the House ol Commons
on the tariff, said
"I think the hon. gentleman will find that, as far as the agriculturists .ne concerned, the** understand this perfectly well.
riu-i Mould be unit.* satisfied with .. reciprocity treaty thai
would give them five access :.< the markets of the United States
foi -.licit products, bin the) arc not believers in one sided free
tt.de."
rhi�� shows laiiK thc view held b) thc protectionists who framed
tin* National Policj. hi- in line with Sit John Macdonald's National
Polie\ re-solution oi ISTS. in which the hope was expressed that the
adoption ol .��� protective i.tii) b\ Canada would eventually brini*
about reciprocit) It i* in line with thc bill embodying the protectionisi
t.ii ill ..i 1ST;', w huh contained an offer of ret iprority in natural products
With   thc   I r.ii.'d Si.He*-.
\- .i mattci oi fact, reciprocit) has been until onlj a few months
ago thc poltc) ul both p. t.i.- i;- this country. Roth parties united
in th.- efforts which resulted i:- securing ih.* old reciprocit) tu. .*��� >���!
1854. Both joined in seeking i>. prevent its abrogation. Alexar.dci
Mackeu ie's Government sought to make a new treat) in thc seven tics
Tlie National Policx .���-. Sii John Macdonald. introduced in ISTii. con-
tainrd .. statu tor) offei ol reciprocity, in the last appeal mr.de by
So John Macdonald t.> thc Cancdian people in 1891, the desire to
obtain a ni. mlate t.'i negotiation! with tin* United S.a-.is w. - given
as the reason for a premature dissolution of Parliament. The Laurier
Government, shortl) aftei obtairing power, ;tii.l in vain to scant
reciprocit)
We are told by the opponents of the reciprocit) now before the
people oi Canada t.u theii verdict, that the conditions have changed.
But the changes lhat have occurred have made reciprocit) not less,
but more, to be desired In 1ST1.', when Sir John made his statutory
offei .-t reciprocit) . the population ot tin- United States was 40.Q00.00Q.
Toda) the population .-! that countr) is ovei 03,000,000, and du
proportion i*-. : men has increased mote r.-pidly than popula
tion
\\.* are tokl b)  the opponents .-t tin* reciprocity lhat ine
,'. trade with the! States will imperil Briiish connection.   Rut
tlu-'a. Canada's     de with the United States since 1891 $16.50 Umbrellas
In*. :*..*-. t--.i*,H \s On the contrary, annexationis
sentiment, of which then w.i-- ���-.-.. in 1881 has abeohitel) disappeared
Sit John Macdonald, by taking m in 1891 on the policy of
the pre* edprocity ag ement. gave rondusivi ���-. f of his belief
that the p   - - .     * v    hat it will pull Canad
out ,-: - -
rldo  for all of  them.     Pour   perfect ranted, but the girl's rosy face regis-1 TOeji"Derhaps that Is better.   MuBtn't
horsemen   in   a  horseman's country, tered no serious protest.                          i    ���  'wllil<t ,|10 operation is being per-
Such a  taste of paradise as. lu this "He's a very fluent liar," muttered   .���...,.,.,    ���>,��� v()ur head a little on one
| weary  old  world, " '���''"'   M"��   """  '"'" '" ���""���'������"'������ ������ " ���-���������   ' '  ��� ������    ������  ���
trouble.
"How much of this belongs to the
Risky  Ranch, Mrs.  Rolt." asked An- swered Jim.
���Outlier. "And  she's  a  little  fool,"  said  the
"All of It as far as you can see." lady viciously, but Anstruther neither
"None of It," corrected Jim. "except heard the criticism nor the praise any
a few meadows aud some water Iront more than did Kitty,
ou the Fraser aa you can't see." In their veins the young blood waa
"How nunoylng you arc. Jim.   Y'ou Dealing so that their ears were deaf-
kuow what I mean perfectly woll. ened  to everything  except   the  mea-
"Only you don't say It, and he doesn't sure of one old Bong, which once truly
know." learned becomes the music of a llfe-
COAL   NOTICE
SkM���.UndDUtri.,TD,.ielcto,Quwnc,,Il01t,
Tako nolice that Au.tlh M. Brow. ni di
Kupert,   occupation   audiller.   inu-nl   .   '"���>�����
lor a licorice to proiiiiect lor coal, ni SJSJT��*I
lor a 1 conco lo prospect tor coal, oil 2n'Zx,x"**
on and under the followim dwrilii-d a,i. <llwm
Wost Coast ot Graham l.lind- '"*' or* lh��
Commencing at a post pl.nted three mil-
ot the northeast corner of C. L �� ,,?" aul
80 chains south, thence 80 chaiiu nai  ,1,   �����c'
chains norih, tnence 80 chain   eul,��   IT,
commencement. u l'**lr-i
AUSTIN M. BROWN   i,
Uicateil August 1st, 1911. "' u
Puh. Aug. 17.
point ul
lot
generally  precedes   Mrs. Rolt half to herself as they rode j JJJ��� slr    n���" savvy, eh!    Well, think
up-_        .. I of'er. old chappie." and he pointed to
Emma with a grin, and kneeling down
adjusted his camera, aiming It right
Into the fnees of the silent group.
"As he did so Emma disappeared
Into the tent.
"Whoop! Gone to ground," he
shouted with a laugh, and the four,
rising with a growl, turned their backs
upon him.
For a moment he was nonplussed,
but the devil of island Insolence had
il   scent  of the sage   possession of him. and he knew that
to the other, "why' should not auvone   brush, the hurry and roar  of   rising  Kitty was watching him.   St 1 on Ms
run their cattle o4r it ���'��� ��ings. and the blue of lonely upland   knees he reached for a long stick from
"They might tt they did not need  lakes, would be as the keys of para*   the fire, and bending forward, tossed
water  or hav     These two HsrtsS  dlse as long as they both should live.   It so the hoi end of It fell upon the
bringing   back   dreams   with   which  nearest Indian s bare toot,
duck-shooting     should     have     little      Quick   as   thought   the   Chilcoten
turned, and for a moment the women
Unfortunately that eong Is a duet,  drew their breath and feared for what
but the camera clicked
aggressor
the un-
most
care-
man's
case,
laughing, to his
"Well, if it Isn't yours." persisted the   time,
puiiled Anstruther, looking irom one      For   them   the
boys are trylug It now.
"What Jim means. Mr. Anstruther, is
that we have corralled, oh. 1 bog your enI��,u,*5n.,������.��
pardon. Kitty, secured Uie eifiluslye       "'"'
"We don't keep them, they keep
themselves, tn summer. Bnd in winter���" she broke off abruptly, and
pointed to where a number of slow-
moving beasts were struug out ln Hue
of march towards the r.ver.
"l>o you see that band I Those are
the first of our beasts coming tn.   For
the next fortnight you Will see them ...,,,
wandering    In    by    hundred..    TJlSJ|"J**gSf.2*~,*\. ��
Unit one hundred   kuow the seasons as well or better
than we do."
"Do you mean that they bare been
back,
Skeen. Land Dteiot-Dtefall ol Queen CtaHott,
Take notice that Austin M. lire*,, ���, p,,.
Rupert, occupation -uddlor, intenda In . f*
to lhe Chiel Commiwoner ol fi,'JS tfW
for . licence to proapect tor coal, ���U and ptxillT
on and under the lollowing described i., a, T
We.1 Coast ol liraham Island: " '*"���
Commencing at a pel planted three mile, eait
ol tho northeast corner ot C. L. No. li;i ,h."
80 chains east thence 80 chains south, the,J! J!
cbains west, thence 80 chains north to pom nl
commencement. v    * ol
AUSTIN M. BROWN, local,,,
Located August 1st, 1911. ������uciiur
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Und District-District ol Queen Chariot.,
laland. "
Tako notice thai Austin It. Uro.n ol l*m��
Rupert. .tiddler by occupation, inlenda to .Vnil
lo the thiol Commiaaioner ol Unds and Work.
(or a licence to prospect tor coal, oil and \vxnl2m
on and under the lollowlng da-crib*.! i��ra��� 0' ,h���
West Coast of Graham laland: *"
Commencing at a post planled three ir.i',* t-aat
ol lhe northeast corner of C L. No. UTi there.
south SO chains, thenee west 60 chair., iteit!
north 80 chsins, th.nc. eut bu chaina to pomt
at   BROWN,  Locator
of commencement.
AUSTIN
Ucated Augurt 1st, 1911
I'ub. Aug. 19.
uple.
which they were now skirting. and    walked
The two In front had pulled up. and friends,
were  waiting  for  Mrs.  Rolt  to  Join Mrs. Rolt and Jim. who had returned
them.   When they came alongside .-Vn* too late to interfere, did not Join In his  Looted Augutt i��, tsu.
struther asked: laugh, but the sullen faces of the out-  Pub. Aug. i��.
"Did   you   hear that owl.  Combe? taged four, and the sight of Emma, the
Isn't It early in the day for him to be beautiful, peeping out to see if all was ske��a Und District���District ot Queen Chirlott.
Skeen. Und District���District ot Queen Ch.rlott.
laluid*
Take notice that Auttln M. Brown ol Print.
Rupert, occup.tion aaddler. inlands lo apply ta
tbe Chiel Communonv ot Unds and Worm lor a
licence lo proapect lor co.l, oil .nd petroieum on
.nd under the follownig described lands on tn.
West Coatt ot Graham laland:
Commencing a*, a pott pl��v.*v. *hree mill, eaet
ol the aoulheaat corner ol C L. .. 1470 there.
north 80 ehalna. tbenc. eut 80 en... "aria,
Hu-1, oo chains, thenc. .eel 60 chains to ;������.... ���:
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Ucitor
.-<:::*���,      i i-.ere do mm. i. He   safe again, wens too much for Kitty.    rAt notiM ^ Au^Mi Brown o( p
who laughed   till   the  tears   ran   down   Rupert, occupation aaddler. intends to apply to
the C niel Commtssie.ner ol Unds and Wor.i (or
That ain't no owl." her cheeks.
-What is it. then:" "Oh. surely.  Mrs. Rolt."   protested 0^runV,rn1^^.^^^n^tu.
"A Chilcoten telling his  pals that Anstruther.    between    his   peals   of  w��t Cout ol Gr��b��m island:
there are white men coming.    You'll laughter, "there Is nothing to look so     commencing H . pom pianwdttra mil*, tw
out all the summer and are coming It see the smoke of their camp as soon lerious about.   One would think that SSffiKrtSSW'��H noki!'*\ 5S52
now of their own accord?" ss this timber opens up again.   I guess you had been photographed.   I didn't .ut. thenc. 60 chains aoutb u> point cl com*
"Just that,   lu all sorts of beautiful I'll ride on ahead," and so saying he hurt  the sulky  brutes,   and   if they menewnent.        ...,_... ., BRflw.. ,
little parks islanded lr. that black tlm put his aiorse Into a gallop. didn't like being photographed, what  ue,,^ Augutt u. 1V11        DKU,,;s' *-��*-***��
ber;  iu   groves   ahadv and deep, by "Why Is he ln such u hurry?" matter.   Y'ou aren't afraid of Indians pub. Aug. 19.
little streams we  have hardly seen'. "1 expect he wants to get a glimpse tn this country, are you?"                      -    -i-i-m*.  m-s-ln * ������
they have dreamed away their summet of their camp  before they  have  had       "Xo.  but   we   don't   want  enemies.  ���"*"                       islands   * *****a *���**"***
undisturbed and now they are coming time to cache anything." replied Mrs. At anv rate, for goodness' sake, stoj     T.k. notie. that Austin M. Brown of Print.
home with their calves "behind them Rolt.   "Jim Is looking for things not laughing.   You can see how they hate g^^g'^jggjff^, J52Jj,t^J tf���
our income." mentioned ln the game list. \t_"                                                          (or, ,��������� to prM9tn (o, ���,�����, oC >r.d fmamm
"It  seems  easy     Where docs tht But when the three reached the In*      it ls a curious trait of the Indians, on and under th. Mowing S-nriM land, on tt.
work come in"' dlan camp they found Jim Combe si:- at anv rate of the Far West, that they  w��rtc��*.tofG���h��mUUnU:
Mrs. Ro'.t turned laughingly in her ting loosely in his saddle, the bridle themselves seldom or   never   laugh, ���, th-T^ihiiL'co'r-i^otV t- No. HTettaui
saddle to Jim thrown carelessly on his horse's neck, whilst the  merest hint that you are <�� eo chains, tunc, north so eta.*-.*. *.*;..���.*.
"Isn't anv'work. Is -.here. Jim?" Ulking with the utmost good temper laughing even in the mildest way at """J*^.b.oc. mm* eo cm*** to point ot
Jim. who  was  ridlr.s in hts shirt* to a grey-haired old mummy, as If he them, puts their backs up immediately.                     austin m. brown. Locator
��� sleeves, with his coat in a roll at the were enjoying a gossip ln hts native      Like the vast plains and dumb for*  Loeatrf Aufust ut. uu.
! hack of his saddle, looked meditative- tongue.            .*_��.., est* through which they roam, they are   ���	
ly at hi* own bare corded arms. "*5��-Ts that tha tribe is hungry, that ���*,** nature sombre, and a laugh is a��                           ���     --
"Might be some ln the meadows in the wolves have grown numerous, and much ot an outrage to   them   as   s                _   _    ..v-fti**-"    u-ivt
$30.00 Ladies'Hand Bars $18.00   Tlweter      lime."      *-.e      suggested, the deer all gone back away off." said thrush's song would be to the forest  TKl      1HL      .NLnb       ������AM
"Rounding up the strays keeps a man ne as the others came up. mimicking alienee.
TODAY IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY
	
Specials for Friday and
Saturday
13.50
9.00
9.00
6.00
.75 Men s Purses
10.00
5.00
4.00
8.90
5.00
4.90
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VALUE OF RESOURCES
$72.50 S-Day Chime Hall Clock
for
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$12.50   8-Day
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Chime
Mantle
Mantle
In the saddle quite a while), and there's the old woman's manner. "Seems like
some don't hanker after too much it. doesn't tt?" and he pointed to a
branding and such like, but It's all tn great square stack cf fresh hides.
a lifetime. If It la work tt ts better -There's another stack Just back ot
than any play I eter heard tea of. that, under those trees. They must
Guess if 1 waa the bct-5 of the Risky, have killed forty or fifty deer. How
I wouldn't i ^ar.ge places with anyone."* many suns have you been hunting?"
"That ts pretty of ycm. Jim." he asked, turning again to the squaw.
��i,*i 01*      *** looked at her smiling, no ways      "Ten suns." showing the number on
J1U.SHJ   abashed. her bent claws.
6.00      "' guess the boss agrees with me.     "And how many men stop here?"
, *,,   and he knows England as well as v.e     -My son. his fader, and two more."
J-*'*'   knows PC. ar.d ha* sampled the bast      -Who is vour son?   What you call
2.40   there Is to be had pretty nigh all over."! Mm?"
"Yes. but he had hla nil ot Fnglaad 1    -Ktneeshaw." whined the old hag in
first. J!m. sr.d he is older." I a curious **.: csong.
Her eyes followed the laughing eo�� j    -oh!   Cu'.���:*-:�� Jack, eh?"
pie which preceded    them,    as    bar     -Nanritka. white man's name Cultus   BE5NEP.  &   BE5NER
thoughts followed Combe's, and   '-he, j-n-k."
pale ln his hones*, grey eyes was re-j    Then hla father is Khelowna.   You
fleeted in ht*r��.   She was sorry for her* ghelowna't wife. Emma?"
old frtecd. ar.d knew that it was use-.    -sawitka. me Emma."
Clocks   less to expla:=     The old world had      -y^, jon*, nean t0 say that awful
j- in  called Its own   and both knew that 0;,j wolnan 1, ,u�� chlers wife." whis-
-*"r*  Kit-jr hsd listened to its call pered Mia. RolL
Clocks      Kssa-t-fkll,   Ihs  others   had   ridden      . T���,    g^*, ,h4, prin��.-s. Nice pri*:
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Library
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Un��r^��*r*BU. -:-:��� BEDS SC-c UP
FIRST AVENUE. PRINCE RUPERT
Royal Hotel
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lhatr tsr.it i*:* k-.;-e��. and whet they
thetl   ^-.ads  above  :he  reeds
.   was  .1  saMta   splashing   and
in   s.*\\:    !". St    Wit-at. W, -   Scarry as a '. -���: i. *t mallards K?*z.f.
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1 One    New   Heintiman    Player
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-    One Second-Hand  Bell  Piano.
  like new $275.00
One Second-Hand Furnace.
- was One New Kitchen Ranje.
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a small lak    a Usa turquoise *et ln 0, asMrtaatag 1 price***.
the red |SM Of -.he reed*, and t��lacded ���    ..Sot   cu,.v.    ^j^ ���    grumbled  the   /}
US8WM the grey green of the  *age eroce. ��� ���
Oh.   t-he   wood-*  all  right.    It* a   !!
warm night ard we shan't war.t much."   I I
-Wattr very bad. r^akee taec **.ck."
"That is whr you hae* camped by
It.   All right, old Loveltneaa.    Im on   | (
to your curve*. Doaaa't m*** to hanker   j :
snch t'.u: xtetl sxvlety  doe* ��be. Mr*.   : ���
Roltr he said laughingly, aa he lock   I I
away. m
hUe   hla axe   m
which An-
nggiag. cut
tripp^t them
tat thr bed*
--���t-smell'.Dg
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BKOSfl WORK AXP CENER-^L MACHINE REPAIRS
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their head* under tbem. dead Is mid
a::, kill-d It*lastly, as It by llghtsisg.
"That j   a   f-.ne  -performance.   Miia
Clifford     Very   ;(*r  gtri*    at    hoasa
could *m       i      they h��a.-d  Aoatro-
ther *ay      v.'u  were too  quick  for
w."
"Whaf ii-t fpt shoot"
"No." he  I'.ed  ga:'.attly.    "See. my
Fit U loaded still   and he threw opes
tha .<macS  <*..'�����.:? the two cartr.dgee
*  *;<  >ai ��l.;;**d in w-.th the ra-
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Piano, regular $900,000. to he  ��-^*h*.
���    id tha--*e two myaelf*
"Vt>*�� ti<y dw<i for lore of yoo."
"And ids k*.:'*e*i tie othera*"
"1 *srpioee that y\>n ttM."
*Oi. r.-aatcae. Ia tot gcsg to be-
lieT-s -ti*
*W*ll   w��i: take oce each then tf
hear, is -he clooa.
It I* tot a bad thing for other psopla
to ha^e SSM xas amotpt :>a "ho
know* how H relp hiauelf.
Asd tow a* the aftersoca waaed aa
Isi.as appeared dragging the nra*
deer lsto camp.
Is the cocrse of the text hoor he aad
four .*���-���. -*.*..::���:; *' oa�� time.
brttgtag w*.th them *eT��t i*��r la all
er   .*:-   -.-��� . a*t   ���   ,       *'.-t oril
ta.-r care !.*:i tsosti or **.x wevka.
-I wosier if :*. is too dark *o take s
pbotogra;*:" saked As��trathee. wbo
had grew- tired of Mas aottias
*;���-��: -*-:t*k -��������- �� ���.;; r; ;::**are a-.
th.*e ��*--:-- ytti ,v.:.:*.r. *��o��U
make. k-��" "' ^ 'he "re with the
pnsce** ft-ubbitg it tha a*he��-
���It's -.:*��� too dart asi t-e-t-dea. I
tirjz''. thisk t***s tiey wotild '..k* It."
replied Mrs. Rolt.
"like it 1- .at t hsrt -.lets TV*T
ocgit so feel fattered that asy oae
ca-*e�� to ;r-r��TrT�� their awf-sl face*."
and k* ***" - i    ���--"���    -ir.-   ta'act y
HUNG CABINETS
Systematiie  yeur >flci
thereby   *aving   tirr-r
and it*, ere a*; rg  Its eW
hu.*iered fol-i   If f** ****
live wire put your r.    |
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LAND  PURCHASE NOTICE
Skeona Land Diatrict���District ot Coaat Rango B
.. ?"*"-' ,nol'(x>  Utft  L   Thomas   McClymont  ot
occupation
.   1
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a~~ll
Prince   Rupert,   U.
. Intoi '
the following deacr'i
broker, Intend to apply for perfniaiilon to purchaae
"o following described landa:
Commencing at a p��ot planted at tho S. W.
SAMUEL HARRISON
ISOTARV PUllLIC)
V. F. G. GAMBLE
Samuel Harrison & Co.
Real Estate and Stock Brokers
APPROVED AGREEMENTS  FOR SALE  PURCHASED
Prince Rupert - and - Stewart
WE   HAVE   A   COMPLETE   LINE   OF    BEERS    WINES
-LIQUORS,   ALWAYS   IN   STOCK-
AND
-HERE ARE THREE OF OUR SPECIAL   LINES -
BudWeiSef Beer, We are aole agents for Northern B.C.
Double OO Whiskey
Guaranteed to be 12 years in the wood before being bottled
Sole agenta for Northern B.C.
Victoria Phoenix Beer
Northern B.C. Liquor Company,
Phone   Nt.
P.O. Ben SH
Double Weekly Service
I S.S. Prince Rupert, S.S. Prince George
For
Vancouver
Victoria
AND
Seattle
Mondays and Fridays, 8 a.m.
For Stewart. Thursday a at 8 a.m.
I ������, Prince John sails for Port Simp-
ton. Naas River, Masset, Naden
Harbor, Wednesdays, 1.00 p.m.
| and fir:
Queen Charlotte Island  points,   Saturdays 1 p.m.
Railway Service) lo Copper River
Mixed trains from Prince Rupert Mon-
���luys,  Wednesdays and Saturdays,   1
p.m., returning Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Sundays at 4 p.m.
The Grand Trunk Railway System
I connecting with trains from the Pacific
coast operates a frequent and convenient service of luxurious trains over its
I double track route between Chicago,
I Toronto,  Montreal,  Quebec,   Halifax,
I Portland, Boston, New York and Phila-
| delphia.   Atlantic Steamship  bookings
arranged via all lines.   Full informa-
I tion and   ticketa   obtained   from   the
| office of
A. E. McMASTER
FREIGHT   AND   PASSENGER   AGENT
m
Canadian Pacific Railway
"���('. Coast service ��� Famous Princess
Line
Princess May
Friday, September 15lh, at 9 ��.m.
Vletorie, Vtncouv.r ind .Seattle
| J, C McNib . General Agenl
S.S. INLANDER
...FOR...
HAZELTON
Take thc fast light-draught Bteamer Inlander for Hazelton,
H. B. Rochester   -   Agent
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TFRED. STORK |
I -General Hardware��� ���
I             !
j Builders' Hardware i
Valves & Pipes      Oxford Stoves   ,
Graniteware       Tinware
.. SECOND - AVENUE .,
SMITH  & MALLETT
THIRD AVE.
Plumbing, Heating, Steamfltting and
Sheet Metal Work
Ofllce: 3rd Ave. Workahop:
Phone 174 2nd Ave. bet. 7th and Sth Sta.
w. j. McCutcheon \\
Carrii*. complete Block of I>niir..   Special
attention pild to Ailing prescriptions.
Theatre Block i'.."Nt no. 7:. Secosd Are. IS
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CARTAGE and
STORAGE
G. T. P. Transfer Af ent.
Order, promptly Ailed.   Price reasonable
OFFICE-H. B. Rocheiter. CenU*. SL    Phon. tt
k*\V MP If you want to ')uy'
AtJlV.  Hid   sell or rent   property.
I   Hova   liuyerB ��n hand for prop-
rldVe   ortics   at   right    prices.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance
Vnm   Rant-    Furnished  apart-
TOr   Re HI.   ment.     $20 month.
For Lease ���"""" ,H,"';"wi,h
a month.
bath, close in.    $28
Prince Rupert Lodge, I.O.O.F.
NO. 83
Meets In the Helgerson Block
Every Tuesday Evening
AH members of  the order In the city
are requested to visit the lodge.
J. P. CADE. N. G.
J. W. JACKSON, Sec.
little's NEWS Agency
Magazines -.: Periodicals :: Newspapers
CIGARS
:: TOBACCOS  ::
G.T.P. WHARF
FRUITS
JOHN DYBHAVN
Pattullo Block.
TORENT
Comfortable 5 roomed house with
bath, on Sixth Ave., near
McBride, $36.00
3 roomed cabin, near Government
office, $10.00
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
Second Ave, ��>*>**��� ****�����** BlC
corner of pro-eruption record 412, thonco cant HO
cliuina, thonco .smith 40 chains, thonco woat 80
chains to shore of luk��, thonco followinK shore
of lulu* In a northorly direction to point of commencement; containing 320 ucros, more or less.
Uated Sept. 6, 11)11. THOMAS McCLYMUNT
Pub. Sept. 9. Erenost Cole, Agont
Skeena Land District���District of Coast Range 5
Tako notice that K. H. G. Miller of Falmouth
Eng., occupation survoyor, intenda to apply fo
permlsaion to purchase tho following described
lands: '
Commencing ut a pout plantod at tho N. W. Corner of Lot 4401), thence west 80 chlans, thenco aouth
20 chains, thence east 80 chains, thence north 20
chains to the point of commencement containing
IHO acres more or let**.
Dated August 16, l'JU, E. IL Q, MILLER
Pub. Aug. 26. P. M. Miller. Agent
Skoena Land District���Diatrict of Coast Range 6
Tako notice that Herbert J. Mackie of Pembroke, Ont., occupation lumberman, Intends to
apply for permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on tho left bank
of the Zymoqolt*. or Zim-a-got-itz River, at aouthwest cornor of Lot 1706, thenco northerly, following
the westerly boundary of Lot 1706, 80 chains
more or lees, to the northwest corner of said Lot
1706. thence westerly and southerly, following
the li'ftjlmnk of.said river, 80 chains moro or loss tu
point of commencement containing 160 acrea
more or leas. *
Located August 19, 1911.
Dated August 21, 1911.    HERBERT J. MACKIE
Pub. Aug. 26. Frederick S. Clements, Agent
Skeena Land DUtrlct���District of Coast Range V
Take notice that I, George Kime of Towner,
North Dakota, U. S. A., farmer, intend to apply
for permission to purchase the following doscribod
Commencing at a post ptanted at the aouthweat corner oil Lot 2287, thence eut 80 chains,
thenco aouth 40 chaina, thence woat 40 chains
thenoe aouth 40 chains, thence weat 40 chaina,
thence north 80 chaina to point of commencement
containing 480 acres more or less.
Dated July IS, 1911 GEORGE KIME
Pub. July 26. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
Skeena Land DUtrlct���District of Coast IUnge V
Take notice that I,  Peter Larsen of Towner,
North Dakota, U. S. A., farmer, intend to apply
for permiasion to purchase the following deacribed
Commencing at a post planted at tho southeast corner of Lot 1729, thonce south 60 chatna,
thence weat 40 chains, thonce north 80 chaina,
thence oast 40 chains to point of commencement.
Dated July 16, 1911. PETER LARSEN
Pub July 25, 1911. Frod E. Cowell, Agent
Skeena Land DUtrlct���DUtrict of Coast Range V
Take holloa that I. Adolph II. ChrUtianaon of
Towner. North Dakota, occupation attorney-
at-law. Intend to apply for permission to purchaao
the following deacrilxKl lands:
Commencing at a poat planted about one and
one-half miles (1 1-2) northeast of the head of
Trout River on the weat aide of Lakelae Lake,
and about 6 chain* from tho lake-front, thonce
south 80 chaina, thonce wast 80 chains, thenoe
north 80 chains, thence east 60 chains to point
of commencement.
ADOLPII II. CHRISTIANSON
Dated Juno 30, 19U* Frod E. Cowell, Agent
Pub. July 26.
Skeena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Cout Range 6
Tako notice that R. F. Miller of Tipton. England,  occupation   farmer,  Intends   to  apply   for
Ualon  to  purchaao  tho  following  doacribed
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This Is a little section of the paper, which from day to day will be devoted
to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are Invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in ita discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
Cosy Corner" will fill a social need.
SATIN TOILETTE
pernita
lsnda:
occupation civil engineer, inlenils to apply
ilaslon to purchaM tho following described
Commencing at a post pl.nted about 60 ehalna
weat Irum the N. W. Corner ol Lol HOC, thence
north 40 chains, thence west 20 chsins, thence
aouth 40 chaina, Ihence cast 20 ehaina to the
point ol commencement conUining eighty acre,
more or leas.
Dsled August 19, 1911. R. F. M I l-I.i:K
Pub. Aug. SS. P. M. Miller, Agent
Skeena Land Dialrlcl���District ol Cout IUnge .'.
Tak. nollco that Prank S. Miller ol i..m.i.i
Eng.
lur
lanL-.
Commonclng at a poat planted at the N. r-.
Cornor ol Lot 2H. thence north 20 ch.ins, thence
weet 20 chaina, thene. smith 20 ch.ins, thenc.
eut 20 chaina lo point ot commencement, containing 40 acroa more or !>-*..
Dated Augual IS, 1911. II-ASK S. MILLER
Pub. Aug. 26. P. M. Miller, Agont
Skeena Land District���Diatrict ol Coast Rang. V
Tak. nollco th.t Jcesc M. T.llm.n ol Cedar
lUpids, Iowa, occupation lawyer, intends to
apply lor permission to purchaso thc loiluwing
ilt*n-nl>i*.l l.nda:
Commencing at a post planted on tho southerly
shore ol Kuuymateen Inlet on the right b.nk
ol a email stream flowing into uld Inlet just caul
of Crow Lake. Thenc. south 20 chslns, Ihence
west 20 cliaina more or leu to the ahort* line ot
Crow Lake, thwice northerly .nd oulerly lollowlng the ahor. linu of Crow Uke, th. Inlet
to Crow Lake and Kuueymaleen Inlet to th.
place ol commencement, conUining forty acru
mora or leu. I.oc>tod August 7, 1911.
Dsted Aug. 9, 1911. JESSE M. TALLMAN
Pub. Aug. IS.
Skuna Land District���DUlrict ol Coast Rang. 6
Tak. noUu that Sarah E. Alton of ITInc.
Rupert, occupaUon nunc, inund. to apply tor
permlulon to purchaM lhe lollowlng ducribed
lamia:
Commencing at a poat planud at the North*
wut corner 140 chains euurly (slightly north)
Irom th. northeast corner ol Lol 1116 (Harvey
Survey) Coast District, IUnge V, thenco HO ch.ln.
east, thence 80 chaina aouth. thence 40 ch.ina
wut, thenc* 40 chsins north, thence 40 chaina
wut, thenc. 40 chain, north to post of commencement conUining 480 .ere. mora or leu.
Dated June 14, 1911. SARAH E. ALTON
Pub. July 16. Kred Uohler, Agent
SkMna Land District-District ol Coast Rang. 6
Tak,- note, lhal l.inf.ir.l Senr.ll li.ll ol Princ.
Rupert, II. C, occupation locomotive engineer,
intend, to apply for permlulon to purchaae lh.
following ducribed lands:
Commencing at a poet pl.nled on the north
b.nk of the ZlmogoUU Illver .bout thre. (J)
milu distant (up.lre.rn) In . wuterly direction
from tb. junction of Iho LllUe Zimogotiu Illver
and the main Zimogotiu River, thonco north 40
ch.ln., thenc. wut 40 chelne, th.no aoulh 40
chaina, thenc. Mat 40 chaina to poat ol commencement conUining 160 .ere. more or leu.
D.led June 7. 1911. LINFORD SEWALL 1 ELL
Pub. July 8. Gee. R. 1'utn.m. Agent
Caular  Land   District���Diatrict  of Skuna
Tak. noUce th.t I, Lemuel Freer ot Vancouver,
occup.tion broker. InUnd to .pply for permlulon
lo purchsM th. following duribedr lends:
Commeneing at . port pl.nted on the ahor.
in . northerly direction Irom Port Nelson C.nnery
msrked L. P.'. S. E. Corner, thonc. 20 ch.ins
north, th.no. 20 ch.ina weat, thence 20 ch.ins
smith to .hora Una, thence .long lh. shore to
point of commencement, conUining 40 acru mora
D.Ud Jun. 10,1911 LEMUEL FREER
Pub. July 8. J. M. ColliMn. Agont
Skeens Und District���District of Cout lUng. V
Tak. noUoa that I,  I'eler  Erlok*>n of  I'rince
Rupert, laborer, Inund to apply lor permlulon
to purchaM th. following described l.nds:
Commsnclng at a post planted on th. north
bank of WUliama Creek where the railway right-
of-way crouu and 3 chains back from th. creek
bank, thance aoulh 30 chaina, ihence ust 40
chsina, thenc. north 30 chain., ILeneo wut 40
chains to point of commencement.
D.tod July 7, 1911. PETER ERICKSON
Pub. July St. Fred E. Cowoll. Agent
Skeens Und District���District of Coast Range V
Take notice that I, John  Evenson ol Prince
Rupert, laborer, InUnd to apply lor permlulon
to purchaae the following ducribed lands:
Commencing at a port planud at the aoutheaat curner 01 Ut 44l6, thonco north 80 chaina!
thance eut 60 eh.lns, thence aouth  80 ch.ina,
thence west 60 chain, to point of commencement.
DaUd July IS, 1911. JOHN EVENSON
Pub. July 26. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
Skeen. Und District -Dislrict ol Cout Rang. V
Tak. notice that I, lleniamln A. Fish ol Towner,
N. 1... occup.tion merchant, InUnd to apply
for permlulon to purchase the following deKribed
lands:
Late bulletins Irom across the
water predict fuller skins fur f;'.ll
wear, but all of the midsummer
in.iilcls still retain the narrow
lines, many of them slashed at
the side or side-fnmt, giving opportunity for a display of chic
footwear. The model today shows
ihis idea carried out in dark blue
satin, with trimming bands of
Arabian lace. The short coal has
a rcver collar of lace, and a gold
cord confines the fullness.
Commonclng at a post planted on th. oaat
boundary and about five chain, from the aoulheaat eorner ot Ut 4484, thenoe north 60 chsins,
thence ust 30 chains, thence aouth 60 chains,
Ihence west 30 chain, to point of commencement.
Dated June 24, 1911. BENJAMIN A. FISH
Pub. July 26. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
keena Und District���District ol Cout Range 6
T.k.   notice   thai   Stanley   Orwn   of   Princ.
Hupert, B. C, occupation miner, Inund. to apply
for i.e: mission to purchaM th. following ducribed
Commencing at . port pUnled 40 ehelns ��uth
and 40 chain, wert of the northwut corner of
Lot 173,1, UkelM Velley, District ol Cout Usnge
6 thence west 40 chaina, thenca aouth 80 chains,
tnence eut 40 ehalna, thence north 80 chains to
nolnt ol commencement. ���-������,.
Staked June 30th, 1911 STANLEY OREEN
Pub. July 16. Locator
Skeena Und DIstrlot-Dlatrlot of Coaat IUnge 6
Take notice th.t Percy M. Miller of Prince Ru-
pert, B.C., occup.tion Civil Engineer, Intend, to
ipply for permission to purchaM the following
ilMcrlbed landa: ...       ..    , ,. u���*,
Commcnolng at a post planted on the left hank
of McNeil River at north we.t corner of lot 44.W
II. V , thence e.st 20 ch.ln. more or loaa to westerly boundary of timber limit 646 (old number
IIHtlfi) tlience northerly followinK aald we.terlv
boundary of timber limit 60 chaina more or le.a
to north wut corner uf aald timber limit, thenc*
westerly 20 chains more' or lees to left bank of
McNeil River, thence southerly followlnir uld
left bank of McNeil River 60 chains mor. or lesa
to point of comm.no.ment, conUining 100 acres
more or lu.. PERCY M. MILLER.
E, Flexman, Agent
U.t. Jun. 19.1911
Tub. July 19.1911
Princess Style
The princess style of lingerie
gown, or rather the one piece, as
it is called when skirt and waist
are joined, is the smartest this
season and in the finest of these
gowns the joining is so perfectly
finished that it is difficult to
discover it.
It.
Always Fashionable
midsummer,  the lingerie
gown is always fashionable, and
ihis season the demand for fine
lace and embroidery is greater
than ever before. Embroidered
linens, batistes and even embroidered laces arc combined, and
-in cleverly that the result is
charming beyond description.
HOUSEHOLD HINTS
Dampness will soon tarnish brass
articles, but if they are kept in a
dry and cool place they will remain
untarnished for a long time.
OOO
A flannel dipped in spirits of
turpentine will be found very
useful in cleaning the porcelain
tub or sink. Kerosene will answer
almost as well.
ooo
Wet shoes hould be stuffed with
paper before they are put away.
The paper will absorb the moisture
ar.d keep the shoes from becoming
hard.
ooo
When packing, lie in bottle
corks well and put thc bottles
in the middle of the trunk. If
packed solidly in this way they
will carry around the world.
ooo
Brass polished only wiih rotten-
stone and oil will have a dee]),
rich yellow tone, while the acid
polishes leave il whiter ard more
brilliant.
ooo
Cold water with but little soap
should be used for washing colored
silks. If the color rurs, vinegar
should be stirred into the water
until the color sets.
ooo
When coal is needed on lhe fire-
it the sick room, it should be
brought into the room in paper
bags, which should be laid gently
on the fire to prevent noise.
ooo
A teacupful of glycerine added
to a gill .of glue makes a cement
thai is a great convenience in
die kitchen, and is especially gootl
for fastening leather, paper or
wood to metal.
ooo
A dry rubber "sponge" is excellent for cleaning wooden materials. They should be laid flat
and the sponge swept over them
briskly, care being taken to rub
the wrong side of the nap.
ooo
Dampers should be placed in
all pipes leading from heaters
and kept closed in summer, as
air from the furnace should not
be allowed to flow into the house
when the fire is out.
By the look of things quite a
large acreage will !>.��� put im.'
garden truck nexi year, Mr.
George Farrant has five acrea
fenced.
Sam Hollai .1 isbuildinga 18 x 'JO
log house. Neighbors would In*
surprised to hear that Sam will
join, tin* benedicts soon as he
was saying In* was tired talking
to the dog or cat. Archie Brevan
is busy burning and clearing and
expects 10 put abotU an acre into
garden.
Miss Pearson, the new school
teacher, arrived 1>> last mail boal
and has taken up her duties. One
advantage the children have is
that ihey have the best playground in Northern B. C, just
Porclur Island in fact.
There is an opei ing for a
missionary of Borne kind. Settlers
have had calls from the mission
boat about a year ago which used
to call once a month and hold
meetings but for some reason this
has been discontinued. Missionaries are sent io China, Japan,
India, etc., why not send one
to Porcher Island as there are
quite a lot of children here and
people who cannot attend church
in Prince Rupert,
Reciprocit)- is the one and only
issue in this election campaign.
And reciprocity is a straight
business issue aid musl be discussed as such.
LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Sk.vn-i Land Dl.trlct-Di.trlct uf Ci.ilir
Tak. notioe th.t I. Thomas Carter, of Prince
Rupert, occupation carpenter,  intend  to apply
for permlulon lo purchaao the fullowlng deacrlbod land.
Commencini*: at a pust planud abuul une mile
aouth from the mouth uf Falls creek nnd abuut
160 feet back from the beach, thence 80 chaina
north, thence 40 chain, weat. thence M) chains
aoulh. thence east 40 chains to point uf euinnioncc-
m.nl. conUining 320 acre, mure or le...
THOMAS CARTER,
Dat.al July 7th, 1911.    Ch.rles Webster Clhuun.
Pub. Aug. 6th. Agent.
Skuna Und District���District ol Cout IUnge V
Tak.   notice  that   I.   Paul   Hagen  of   Princ.
Rupert, Uborer, Intend lo .pply for pormiaaion
to purchaM tho fullowlng described landa:
Commencing al a port planled on the north
bank ot William. Creek .bout 60 chains aouth-
east from R. II.. thence -ou:h 40 chains, thence
east 40 chaina, thenco north 40 chaina, thenee
wert 40 ch.in. to poinl ol commencement.
Deled July 7, 1911. PAUL HAC.EN
Pub. July 26. Fred E. Cow.ll, Agent
Skeena Land Diatrict.
Diatrict of Coaat, Rango 5.
Take notice that Wm. Francis Nicholson, of Prince Rupert, B.C., occupation
locomotive fireman, intend to apply fur
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at n post planted on tho
nortii bank of thc Zim-o-got-itz river,
about two milea up stream in a westerly direction from the junction of the
little Zim-o-got-itz river and thc main
Zim-o-got-itz river, and marked Wm.
Francis Nicholson's south-east corner,
thence north 40 chains, thence west 40
chains, thence south 40 chains more or
less to shore line of river, thence eaat
40 chains more or less along shore line
of river to post of commencement, containing 160 acres more or less.
Wm. Francis Nicholson,
Geo. R. Putman, agent
Dated July 17, 1911.
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second avenue and Third street
Over Weatenhaver Bros.' Offlce.
MUNRO  &  LA1LEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART & STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:-  AUDITORS
l.aw-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
Prince Runert P.O. Box 351
ALFRED CARSS, C.  V. BENNETT, B.A.
of British Columbl. of B.C.. OnUrlo, S...
and Mimitiilui Bara. katchewan  and Al
berta Bara.
CARSS A BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Oflki - Kxi-huiiK.. block, corner Third avenue and
Sixth street Prince Ruoert. 8
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., D. D. S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All denul operationa skilfully treated.  Gu and
local anaathellcs adminl.tered for the painless extraction of teeth.       ConaulUtlon free.     Offices:
Helgerson Block. Pnnce Ruuert. 11-12
Alex.M.Manaon DA..     W.E.WIlllama,B.A.,L.L.D
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Rupert, B.C
P. O. BOX n
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
PUPIL OF WH. POXON, ESQ... A.ll.A.M.'l UN.. KN11
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE   AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Third Avenue also Water Street,
PRINCE RUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS A  SADDLERY  MANUFACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Filled.
2nd Ave. between 10th and 11th Sta
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Tables SECOND Ave.
PIANOFORTE LESSONS
For Beginners and Advanced Pupils
Miss Vera Greenwood
Pupil uf Pram Wllciek. Pari, and Berlin.
Room 28.  Alder Block Upstairs
===E.   EBY   C&   Co.==
REAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM . B. C.
S. O. E. B. S.
Dress Wraps
Royal blue, cerise, empire green,
are used to trim the lightweight
A/raps. Satin is tinlined in many
new models, and light weight
dothef are shown in white and
colors, trimmed with buttons and
braid. Of course ihey are not
warm, but '.hey protect the evening dresses from the dampness
and from the dust that would ruin
thorn. Their very beauty is an
���xcusc for being.
The Kitchen Floor
A bare floor kitchen is liked
by some because il can be scrubbed
hard wiili soap and water. If a
teaspoonful of kerosene is added
io the pall of water lhc scrubbing
will be morc quickly done. Where
thc waler is hard it should be
.oftened with borax or ammonia.
Hammer Hint
When  wishing  lo drive a nail
through  hardwood,   firsl   push  it
through ;.. cake of hard soap;  it
will then go through easily and
will not split the wootl. When
using a hammer, grasp the handle
near the end, and not in llic
centre, as is the way of most
women.
NEWS FROM
PORCHER ISLAND
A meeting was held in the
Goose Bay schoollioiise, September
2nd, for thc purpose of forming
a Porcher Island Liberal Association aud one of the chief points
of lhe coming election was gone
into, thiit of rcciprociiy and how
it will affect   the  Porcher   Island
irii.k farmer.
It was resolved that reciprocity
will do a lot of good to the Porcher
Island settlers as they buy more
than ihey sell at present aud
have the advantage over all other
garden produce shipped to Prince
Rupert while other greenstufTs are
on the way two days. Porcher
Islanders can pick their produce
and have it on the market in three
hours.
One disappointment was recorded. That in the last mail Porcher Island gardeners were informed
that in future no more produce
was to be bought at the islands
by the G. T. P. boats. Chief
stewards must deal only at Prince
Rupert, Victoria or Vancouver.
As the settlers can pick their
stuff and be around to load it
on the boat while the crew are
unloading the mail in about one
hour, nnd as Porcher Island is
the only place in British Columbia
where there is absolute Asiatic
exclusion it surely stands lo reason
that where garden truck is grown
by white men and voters they
ought to be given some encouragement.   It is not that the ranchers
want more for their produce, but
just to get the same as Vancouver
or Victoria prices will be satis*
factory to them.
COAL NOTICE
Sk��n. Land Dlalrlct���DUlrict of Quien Charlotu
Island.
Take notlc that Auatin M. Brown of I'rlnce
Rupert, aaddler. Inunda to apply to th. Chief
CommiMloner of Land, and Work, lor a licenc
to prospect lor coal, oil and p.truleum un .nd under
the following deacribed Und. on the Weat Coaat
ol Graham laland:
Commencing .1 . poat pUnted three milea nut
of th. northeast corner of C L. No. 4469 thenc
out BO chains, thenc aoulh 80 chaina, thenc
*..*et SO chain., th.nc north SO ch.ina to point ol
cormencmenL
ACSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Loe.Uu lugii.t lit, ISII.
Pub. Aug. IS.
Skeen. Land Dlitrict���DUtrict ol Quen ChnrlolU
Island*
Tako notlc that Austin M. Ilrown of Princ
Rupert, aaddler. Intends to apply to the Chief
Commlssion.r of land, .nd \\ urka tor a licnc
to proatteet tor eoal, oil and petroleum on and
under tne following deacrlt**.! l.nds on th. Weat
Coaat of Graham laland:
Commencing al a post planted thre milea eaat
of the northeaat corner of C. L. No. 4469 thenc
aoulh SO chain.. Ihenc KO chaina waat, Ihenc HO
ehalna north, tnanc 80 chaina eaat to point of
commencment.
AUSTIN  M.  BROWN, Locator
Lonted Auguat lit. 1911.
Pub. Aug. IS.
Sken. Und DUlricl���Diatrict ol Quen Charlotte
IaUnd.
T.ko nolle th.t A u.t in M. Ilrown of Princ
Rupert, occupation aaddler, inlenda tn apply to
the Chief Comniiaaioner of Land, and Work, for
a licnc to |.r. a,...,., for roil, oil .nd petroleum on
.nd under the fullowlng deeicrlbed Isnds on th
Wc*. Coast of Graham Island:
Commencing st a pet planted three mile esst
ol th. soulhesat corner of C. L. No. 44TA Ihenc
north 80 chslna, thenc esst 80 eh.lns, Ihenc south
Mi chain., thence *e*\ 80 ch.in. to point of commencment.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Ucaior
Lonted August Iat, ISII.
Pub. Aug. 1'.'.
The Prineo Ru-icrt Lodge, No. 318. Sons of
England. meeU the first and third Tunday. in
each month In the Son. uf England Hall. 2nd Are.
at 8 p.m.
F. V. CLARK. See..
������.,���  .   ...      _ P. O. Box 812. Princ Rupert
ERNEST A. WOODS. Pcld.nt. Box 23
MISS ELSIE FROUD
A.L.C.M.
Teacher of Piano, Violin and
Voice Culture.
2nd Ave,
Between 7th & 8th Sta.
Prince Rupert
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director and   Embalmer
CHARGES REASONABLE
THIRD   AVENUE     PHONE  3SS.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS and EMRALMERS
Funeral   Director*
*rd Ave. near r,th St. I'hone No. M
..Grand Hotel..
Workltittraan's Home
Free Labor Bureau in Connection
Phone 178 1st Ave. and 7th St.
GEO. BRODERIUS. Proprl.lear
Windsor Hotel
FIRST AVENUE AT EIGHTH STREET
Newly Furnished and
Sleam Healed Room.
A  FIRST   CLASS BAR   AND   DINING
ROOM IN CONNECTION
RATES 50 CENTS AND UP
BATHS   FREE   TO   QUESTS
ROBT. ASHLAND
BOYS
Two Five Dollar bills to
be given away to bright
boys. See Mr. Munroe at
the Newa oflice.
Whites Portland Cement...
O. C. EMMUtSOM
ACKNT
Phone 125      Nabs Block       Second Are THE DAILY NEWS
RENEWING THE
OLD ST. JOHN
Plans Prepared for Modern
Adaptation of One of Prince
Rupert's Pioneer Hotel Buildings to Cater for New Class of
Trade.
One of the opincor hostclries
of Prince Rupert, the St.. John
Motel i*a to undergo transformation
shortly. I'I ins havo been prepared
to turn the hotel into a thorough!)
up-to-date building i.> cater for
the besl class of business. The
proprietor, Mr. J. S. Bonn.eau, will
expend .'. considerable amount of
money on the work, and when
complete the St. John Hotel,
though one of the tirst buildings
of its kind to go up in Prince
Rupert off the reserve, will rank
with the newest hotel buildings,
not however on such a large scale
as those in the central business
Bee tion.
The building consists of two
storeys and basement, and is a
substantial one capable of considerable adaptation to the new
class of business. A handsome
new decorated front is planned
for. and the building throughout
will be painted freshly, decorated,
and plastered. Besides this there
will be an entire re-equipment >.l
the hotel li.lings, and an installation of modem plumbing, hot and
cold water ai d all modern conveniences. W. S. Barker i*- architect lor ilie alterations.
Situated a* it is on Firsl avenue
near Second street the hotel is
lik.ly to meet with the ready
patronage as the boat wharf ami
railway depot are within a stone's
tlimw of the building. First avenue i- being rapidly graded, and
tlii*. pan of the town, owing to the
forthcoming ('.. T. I', improvements <>ti the reserve will In* much
enhanced by next summer.
DUFF PATTULLO
SCORES McBRlDE
(Continued from page one)
MOUNT ETNA S THREATS
Peasants Fear a Repetition of
Massena Disaster
(Canadi in Press Despatch)
Catania, Sept. 18. Tbe crest of
Mount Etna presents .. terrifying
spectacle. Heavy smoke lies over
it, and frequent brilliant flashes
of Same .'.re accompanied by a
rumbling like heavy artillery lire.
Peasants arc fleeing, fearing a
repetition <>f tin* Massena disasti r.
A stream >.f lava 2000 feci wide
and four feel d. ep i- pouring down
the slope.
"Sir Wilfrid, I believe, onet
saitl that when history came to
be written he hoped thai his
name would always live in connection with the building of the
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway,
Laudable as is that desire, 1
believe thai there is another regard in which Laurier will live
longer in the history of his country;
I refer lo the spirit of tolerance to
which I have already adverted.
"Whatever may have been the
great gulf dividing the two political
parties at Ottawa, however bitter
and acrimoniuos might be discussions, whatever the racial and
religious cries formulated and promulgated for purposes of political
advantage, over and above all
there has always risen the otit-
standing figure*of Sir Wilfrid Laurier. urgent and serene in its plea
for a greater national unity and a
greater national development.
"Iliti's to you, Sir Wilfrid
Laurier; of blood, French; of
loyally, British; of ideal, Canadian; you're thc greatest Canadian of us all. May God prosper
you anil long preserve you to
further the service of your country"
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NAVIGATION OF
SHIP OF STATE
Cy Peck's Felicitous Comparison of Sir Wilfrid Laurier to
the Skilful Navigator of the
Dangerous Rapids of the
Skeena.
FRANCE SITS  TIGHT
Cabinet Meeting Considers Proposals of Germany
(Canadian Press I lespatch)
Paris, Sept. 18. A momentous
meeting of ilu- Cabinet w.is held
this afternoon i to consider Frai ce's
reply m Germany's counter proposals on tb.- Moroccan negc
tiations, It lasted three hours.
Nothing litis been made public
thiit transpired. It is s,.id however
tltitt tin* ti 'ii..!. will not nci .lr.
Victoria, Sept.  II.   (Special)
J. A. Thomson has been nppointcd
Land Commissionet1 of tin* Hud-
sm''- Bay Company, wiih head-
quartet - itl Winnipeg.
About Time
Office Boy (answering ilu* tele*
phone   for  '.In-   first   linn-   in   his
lib): "II..11....' Who'sthcre?"
"I'm one hundred and live."
"Co oi'.    It's lime you wore
dead."
P. R.  Indoor Baseball League.
Royal Blue RlbboM vs. Empress Maple Leafs. Auditorium,
Thursday. September M. Game
called at 8.46 sharp. Admission
25 cents.
(". W. Peck has returned from
a speaking tour wiih Duncan
Ross up tin* Skeena, and a quotation from one of the clever speeches
he made during the trip seems
worthy of reproduction. He was
speaking to the voters of Hazelton,
and in the course of ihe address
said:
"1 believe a trip up the Skeena
river is one of the most thrilling
and interesting that may be en*
joyed in the whole run of world
travel. It never fails t<> impress
me���this death struggle, as it
were, with the swift running current.
"I was extremely interested yes*
tcrday when our steamer encountered tile Devil's ElbOW. It seemed
I., me .'bout tin* limit of perilous
navigation. One false move, should
any of the gear break, and thc
steamer is al once dashed to what
may be utter destruction.
"But .mi* sees no excitement or
worry upon the faces of thc
passengers, Everyone seems calm
and easy in his mind. Why so?
Because they know that up in
the wheel house, ihough they may
nol see him, stands good Captain
Shannon, wiih his hand on the
-a*, ring lever like a man of iron.
"Everyone knows that he is
ilu master ol the situation; they
have confidence in his seamanship;
they know that he will bring the
ship safely through  these terrible
w.tills.
"Ladies ..ml  Gentlemen,���Our
Can.nli.in ship of state has come
to tin* very Devil's Elbow in her
pa    ���;..>��� up the waters of history.
She i- .'i a point where she may
be in danger of being swept back
by   a    tide   of   racial    prejudice.
narrow sectionalism, fake loyalty
agitation, class nil.* and the Influence o| privileged interests.
"But though our good ship
shudders and strains it. this whirlpool of infamous political tactics,
we fear no danger. We have
every cot.ritlei.ee. We mist that
..nr old, grey-headed, French Canadian captain, Sir Wilfrid Laurier,
whose hand is on lhe steering lever,
will land ns safely.
"We have learned to know that
hand; we know thai it is firm and
strong.   We know thai In- will
stem that rapid on the 21st of
September, and that he will bring
our good ship of state safely to
its haven of national unity and
progressive legislation."
Funeral Today
The funeral took place this
afternoon of the late George Benson who died in the General
Hospital as the result of an accident up river some time ago.
Messrs. Hayner Brothers took care
of the arrangements and a number
of friends accompanied the remains to Garden Island where
service was held by Salvation
Army officers.
Don't Miss This One
Your presence is requested at a
Grand Dance to be held in the
Mclntyre Hall on Friday, lath
inst., at from !) p.m. to 12.HO a.m.
This dance will be one of the
liveliest events of the long evening
season now coming in.   You must
not miss it.   There will be a. four-
piece orchestra with all the latest
up-to-date   music.     Cents   SI.
Ladies invited.
Real Good Again
.Although Haller, the ventriloquist, has completed his engage*
ment at the Empress Theatre,
you will find attractions <>f first
rate quality there tonight in lhe
picture show which is this week a
particularly gootl one. See the
films that in ver dicker.
Live Show Here
Drop inio the Majestic picture
show tonight. Now that the long
evenings are coming on you'll
find a call at the Majestic pays
well in pleasure given.
ANNOUNCEMENT
We beg to announce out opening
display of Kail Millinery Newest
designs and colors in Shetland
Veilings.
We also wish to announce that
we have secured the services of
Miss   Lester   who   comes   highly
recommended from the East.
Our aim, as formerly, will be
to please and give our customers
the   correct   and   latest   sty It*   in
headgear.
Friday and Saturday, 16 and 10.
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Five Cents Worth at His Price
Years   ago   it   was   a   current
mathematical problem question in
Great Britain���"How many bums
make   five?"     Perhaps  Clements
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Grand Dance
There will be a GfBI d Dance
in the Mclntyre Hall on Friday
evening, Dancing from 0 p.m.
io 12.30. Music by Gray's Four*
piece Orchestra, Admission 11.00,
Ladies free.
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LAND  PURCHASE  NOTICE
For Sale
For quick sale, lot 33. block 27, .ectinri a. facing
two Steele.   Price MS.1t.    Term. i'...*i caih. -
Balnnre one year.   Address Immediately Box
1.. Dally Newa. gUU-SOti
For Sale-Chicken Ranch. 2 Storey houae, house-
bold goods. Noar Prim.' Ruim>��. A anap If
taken at once.   Address Hox 36S. If
The Big Furniture Store
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settlements. We write every known class of
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Wanted plica 100 feet lonir.   Imiulro at the Atlin
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Wanted.-Cleaning and preaalng. dressmaking,
plain .ewing. children*, m-wing, repairing and alteration*���Men.' and l.i.li. ��� gnrmenta. Canadian
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FEED STORE
We carry everything In the feed line, atnu garden seeds at the lowest market price*, at Col lar t a
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I'ltones O or .mi
<? SKALKD TENDERS addreaaed to the under
��igned. and endorsed "Tender for \\ barf al Sur
Inlet. II. C.." will he received at this office untl
4.00 P. M . on Tuesday. September 26, 1911. for
the foruitructton of a Pile wharf at Surf Inlet.
1'rtnceaa Koyal Inland, Coast District, B. C.
Plans, specifications and form o( contract can
!>��-< seen and forms of tender obtained at thin
Department and at the offictw of (���. A. Keefer,
Ksii., District Kngincer, New Westmfniter, U. ('.,
and on application to the Postmaster at Princ*
Kut" n and Victoria, ti. C.
Persona tendering are notified that tenders
will not be considered unleea made on the printed
forms supplied, and signed with their actual
signatures, stating their occupations and plac-ea
of reeidenee. In the cane of firms, the actual
signature, tha nature of the occupation, and
place i I ;eaidencc of each member of the firm must
l��e given.
Lech lender must be accompanied by an
accepted cheque on a chartered hank, payable
to tne order of the Honourable the Minister of
Public Works, equal lo ten per cent (10 p.c.) of
the amount of tender, which will b�� forfeited
If the person tendering decline to enter into a
contract when called upon to do ao, or fail to com"
jileti* the contract. If the tender be not accepted
the cheque will l>e returned.
The Department does nol bind lt**e.f in accept
the lowest or any tender.
Ily order, .
It. C.   JH-r-ltHl   in li���-.
Secretary.
Department of Publir Works.
Ottawa. Auguat St), 1911
Ncwspancra  will  not   be paid  for  this  adver-
tiscment if they Insert ll without authority from
the Department.
Sept* 9 16
SEALED TIAKI.IIS will be received by-
Mr. t harle* Clifton Perry, Indian Agent, at
Prince ltu|>ert, up to 12 o'clock noon on Tuesday,
September 19th, 1911. for the construction of a
n-irienre and office at Metlakalla, 11. C.
Pland and specifications may be seen at the
Post Office, Prince Hupert. A certified cheque
eij.ua- to 10 jht cent of the amount of tender,
drawn in favor of the Superintendent General
of Indian Affairs, must accompany each temlcr.
which cheque mill be forfeited if the party tendering
fails tn enter Into a contract when called upon to
do so: or If he, his heirs, executors or assign*, fail
to "ni iill-'i- the contract.
The lowest or any other tender not necessarily
accepted.
CHAULKS ('Ml-TON  I'KKHY,
Indian Agent.
Dated at Prince Hupert, H. ('.. Ihis 13th day
of September  1911.
BRICK WANTED
Tenders will hi- received by the undersigned up to 4 p.m. September 14, for
the supply of
15,000 Firsl Quality Common Brick and
1500 Firsl Quality Fire Brick
Full particulars and   form  of tender
from the city clerk.
Krnebt A. Woods,
City Clerk.
Messrs. Clarke Brothers, wholesale liquor dealers, have been
appointed agents for British Col*
ninhiii for Alex Ferguson <K- Co.,
Scotland, owners of six distilleries.
Pantorium Pioneer Cleaners, Phone 4
FOR" SALE
Two lots, Block .14, Section 5, corner
with two fronts, Seventh avenue and
Lotbinierc street. Price $2600. $1000
cash.
One lot, Block 22, Section 5, Seventh
avenue.   Price $800.   $400 cash.
One lot, Block 20, Section 6, Sixth avenue. Price $1366. $800 cash. Fine
view lot.
One lot, Block 27, Section 7, Eighth
avenue.   Price $287.   $250 cash.
Two lots, Block 12, Section 7, Ambrose
avenue.   Price $1000 each.   $800 cash.
Two lots, Block 4'J, Section Seven,
Ninth avenue. Price $760 pair, one-
hulf cash, balance 6 and 12 months.
Two  loU,  Block  8.  Section  8,  Tenth
avenue.   Price $700 pair.   $200 cash.
HOUSES FOR SALE
Two story house, 7 rooms, 4 rooms upstairs, 3 rooms downstairs, painted,
kalsomined, newly finished, flue view-
on Ambrose avenue. Price $2625.
$1000 cash.
Five room house, water, plastered, papered, large basement, on Ninth avenue.   Price $1800.   $1000 cash.
FOR RENT
Four room house, comfortably furnished,
hot and cold water, bath and telephone.
Hays Cove Circle
Five room houce, water, papered, plastered, large basement, Ninth uvenue.
Price $22.60 per month.
FOR REN r
Stores on Second avenue.
FOR   LEASE
75 x 100 feet on Third avenue. Good
lease.
FOR SALE
Five and ten-acre tracts for garden
trucking at Kitsumki'.lum, only $G5
per acre.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
Skeenu Und District���District of Coaat Range S
Take notico that I, Thomas McClymont of
Prince Hupert, H. C, occupation real estate
broker, intend to apply for pormiwion lu purchase
the fallowing described lands:
Commencing at a psot planted at the S. W.
corner of pre-emption record 412, thence easl 80
chaina, thenco aouth 40 chains, thonce west 80
chaina to shore of lake, thence following ahore
of lake In a northerly direction to point of commencement; cuntaining 3*20 acros, more or leas.
Dated Sept. 5, 1911. THOMAS McCLYMONT
Pub. Sept. 9. Ereneet Cole. Agent
Skeena Land District���Dlitrict or Coaat Range 6
Take notice that tl. H. G. Miller of Falmouth
Kng., occupation aurveyor, intenda to apply fo
fiermlaaion  to  purchaae  the  following  deecribed
anda:
Commencing at a poat plantod at tho N. W. Corner of l*ot 4406, thenco woat 80 chlans, thence aouth
20 chaini, thence eaat 80 chains, thence north 20
chaina to tha point of commencemenl containing
160 acrea more or loaa.
Dated August 15, 1911. K, H. C>. MILLKR
Pub. Aug. 26. P. M. Miller, Agent
Skeena Land Diatrict���Dlalrlct of Coaat Rango 6
Take notlc* tbat Herbert J. Mackie of Pembroke, Ont., occupation lumberman, ir.tenda to
apply for permlasion to purchaso tha folluwing
described landa:
Comment, Ing at a noil planted on the left bank
of the X.ymouolu or /.tm-e-gol-ita Hiver, at eouth-
weal corner of Lot 1706, thenco northerly, following
the westerly traundary of Lot 1706, 80 chatna
more or lose, to lhe northwest corner of aald Lot
1706, thence meaterly anil aoutherly. following
the leftjbank of aald river, 80 chains more or lose to
point of commencement containing 160 acrea
more or leaa.
I  .t-.t. I August 19. 1911.
Dated August 21. 1911.    HERHKHT J. MACKIK
Pul-. Aug. 26. Frederick S. Clementa, Agent
Skeena Uml Diatrict���District of Coaat Rango V
Tako notice that  I. George Kimo ot Towner,
North Dakota, l . S. A., farmer, Intend to apply
for permlMlon to purchaao tho following doacribed
Commencing at a poal planted at the aouth-
waat corner of Lot 2287, thence east 80 chaina,
- tbence aouth 40 chaina,  thence waat  40   chaina
' thonco aouth 40 chaina, thence weat 40 chatna,
, thonce north 80 chains to point of commencement
j containing 480 acres moro or leaa.
Dated July 15. Ull GKORGC KIMK
Puh. July 2fi. Frod ��. Cowell, Agent
Skeena Und DUtrict���Dlitrict of Coaat Range V
Take notice that 1,  Peter Lareen of Towner,
1 Nortb Dakota, U. s. V. farmer, intend to apply
I fur iKTmlaslon lo purchaae the following doacrilHHl
landa:
Commencing at a post planted at lhe aouth-
j eaat corner of Ut 1729, Ihence aouth 80 chaina,
thence west 40 chaina, thenoe north 80 chaina,
thence east 40 chaini to point of commencement.
Dated July 15, 1911. PKT1.R LARSKN
Put. July 25, 1911. Fred K. Cowell, Agent
Skeena land District���Diatrict of Coast Range V
Take notico that I, Adolph H. Chrtstianaon of
Towner.   North    Dakota,   occupation   attorney-
at-taw, intend to apply for permuadon to purchaae
< thc following described lands:
Commencing at a poat planted about one and
I nne-hatl mllee O   1-2)  northeaat of the head of
Trout River on tho wost aide ot Ukelae Uke,
j and about 5 chains from the lake-front, thence
j soulh 80 chaina, thenco west 80 chalm, thence
I north 80 chains, thenco eaat 80 chaina to point
' ot commencement.
ADOLPH IL CHRISTIANSON
Dai.-.l June 30, 1BU. Fred E Cowell, Agent
Pub. July 25.
i Skeena Und District  * District of Coaat Range 5
i     Take notice that IL K. Miller ot Tipton. England,  occupation   farmer,   Intends  to  apply  for
i��ermission  to  purchaae  the following  duecribed
|landa:
| Commencing at a posl planted about 60 chaina
1 west from the N. W. Corner of Ut 4406, thence
I north 40 chaina, thence woat 20 chaina, thence
! aouth 40 chains, thenc* eaat 20 chaina to the
I'Mint of commencement containing eighty acrea
' more or leaa.
! lh.'H August 19, 1911. R. F. MILLKR
; Pub. Aug. 26. P. M. Miller, Agenl
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Skeena Und Diatrict -District ot Coast Range 6
Take notice that Frank S.  Miller or Undon,
i Kng., occupation mil engineer. Intends to apply
fur permission to purchaao tho following deecribed
1 landa:
Commencing at a post planled at tbe N. E.
Corner nt Ut 28, thence north 20 chains, Ihence
west 20 chaina, thence aouth 20 chaina, thence
eaat 20 chaina to point ot commencement, containing 40 acree more or lesa.
Dated August 15, 1911. FRANK S. MILLKR
Pub. Aug. 26. P. M. Miller, Agent
Skeena Und District���District of Coaat Range V
Take notice that Jeaae M. Tallman of Cedar
Rapids,   Iowa,   occupation   lawyer,   Intenda   to
i apply  (or  permission  to  purchaae  the  following
deacribed landa:
j     Commencing at a poat planted on the southerly
i ahore ot   Kutaymateen   Inlet on  the right  bank
ot a small stream flowing Into aald Inlet just east
1 of Crow Uke. Thence aouth 20 chalm, thence
weat 20 chains more or less to the shore line or
Crow Uke. thence northerly and ���wsterly following the shore lines of Crow Uke, the Inlet
lo Crow Uke and Kutaeymateen Inlet to the
place of commencement, containing forty acrea
more or less. Located August 7, 1911.
Daled Aug. 9, 1911. JESSE M. TALLMAN
I'-il. Aug. 12.
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For row boats and launches
telephone 320 Kreen. Davis'
Boat House.
Ski*.-an land Diatrirt���Diatrict ol Criftat Hang. G
|     T.ke  notlc  that  Sarah   K.   Alton  of   i'rince
Hupert, occup.tion  nurse, inteml. to .pply  lor
permiaalon  to  purch.se  the (ollowing  .fescrilied
l.nila:
Commencing .t  a post planted at lhe North-
: west corner  140 chains eaaterly (slightly  north)
from the northeaat  corner ol Cot   lilt. (Harvey
Survey) Coast District, Kange V, thence 81) ch.ln.
eaat, thence 80 chain, soulh,  thence 40 chains
wesl, thenca 40 chain, north, thence 40 chains
, west,   thence  40  ch.in.  north  to  peat  ot  com-
I mencement containing 480 acrea more or lee*..
Dated Jun. 14, 1911. SAIIAII ��.. ALTON
| I'ub. July IB. Fred "Johler, Agent
! Skeen. land Diatrict���District of Cowt Range 6
I     T.ke note th.t Llnfnrd S��well Hell of I'rlnce
Hupert,  11.  Oa,  occup.tion locomotive engineer,
intenda to apply for perr.ilnlon to purchaM the
(ollowing deacrihed lands:
Commencing at . poat planted on the north
hank nf the Zlmogotltx Hiver about thre. (3)
miles .liai.nl (upstream) In a westerly direction
from the junction of the l.iitl.* Zlmogotltx Illver
and the main /.Imogotita Hiver, Ihenc. nortii 40
ch.ins, thence west 40 ch.in., thence south 40
ch.ins, thence cast 40 chains to post of commencement containing 160 acres moro or leaa.
Dated Jun. 7, 1011. LINFOUD SF.WAl.L IIKLL
Pub. July 8. Deo. II. Putnam. Agmt
Caaalar   land   Di.irici.  Dl.tiict   ol   Skeena
Take notice that I, Lemuel Freer ol Vancouver,
occupation broker( Intend to apply for pem-iiaeion
lo purchase the following dnsrlhedr landa:
Commencing at a poat plant'd on tho ahor.
In a northerly direction from I'ort Nelaon Cannery
marked I.. F.'a 8. K. Corner, thence 20 chain,
north, thence 20 chains weal, thonce 20 chain,
south to ahor. line, thence along th. ahore to
point of commencement, containing 40 acre, more
or leaa.
D.led June 10, 1911 LEMUR!. FHRER
Pub. July 8. J. M. Collison, Agmt
COAL   NOTICE
Skcan. Und DUtrlct���DUtrlct ol Queen Chart-ill.
Island.
Take notio. that Auatin M. Urown of Print.
Hupert, occupation uddler, intends to .pply
to th. Chid Commlaaioner ot Land, and Worki
lor . Iici-nc* to prospect lor co.1, oil and petroleum
on and under tb. (ollowing dexrlbed landi on the
\*. oat Cout of Graham laland:
Commencing at a poat pl.nted three mile, eul
of the noithe-ut cornar of C. L. No. 4474 ihenc.
80 chaina aouth, th.DC 80 ch.ln. we.1, them* HI
chain, north, thenc 80 chillis .sat lo poinl ot
commcncrn.nl.
,AU?���TIN M* BROWN. Lo��.or
Looted August Isl, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skewna Land DUUict���DUtrlct of Queen Chsrlolt.
Islsnds
Tak. notlc that Auatin M. Brown ot Prat*
Hupert, occup.tion saddler, Intends to apply
to th. l lne! I'utumi-juoner of Land, .nd Worki
(or a licnc to prospect (or coal, oil and *-*lroltuia
on and under the (ollowing deacrlbod Und. on tb.
Weat Cout ol liraliam laland:
Commencing at . peat planud thre. mile, cut
ol th. northeast cornor ol C. L. No. 44*1, tbane.
80 cliaina rial, thence. 80 chaina aouth, thenc* HI
cbaina weat, thane 80 chalu north to poinl ol
oiiimcnc-incnt.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
la-rated August Iat, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skena Land DUtrict-DUtrict of Quean Cbarloll.
Ulsnd.
Tak. nolle that Austin M. Brown ot Print*
Huport. saddler by occupation, Intends to apply
to tho Cliu-I Cnmiiii*��ioner o! Lands .nd Works
tor a licne to prospect for coil, oil and petroleum
on and under the (olios-ring describe*! landi oa lb.
Wmi Coaat o( Graham laland:
CommuciDg at a peat planted three mile* cast
of tho northeaat corner of C. 1- No. 44T1 thanes
aouth 80 chaina, ihence wet 80 chains, thamu
north 80 chaina, thane cast 80 chslna to point
of emm.ncm.nt.
AUSTIN   M.   BROWS',  I. ,*.: :
Locsted August 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 14.
Sken. Land DUtrict-DUtrict ol Queen Charlotu
Island.
Tak. notie that Austin M. Brown ol pnr.ee
Rupert, occupation uddler, InUnds lo apply u
lh. Chiel i ommiaaion.r of Lands snd Works lor ���
liene lo prospect for cosl, oil .nd petroleum os
end under tb. tollownig dMcribesj lands oa it*
Wet Cout of Graham laland:
Com-nancing at a peat planted three miles ��st
of the aouthe-ul corner of C. 1.. No. 41*0 Ibcae.
north 80 chnins. thsne out 80 chslns. thenos
south 80 chains, thane wut 80 chain, to point of
coiiunenct-iiienl.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, I- ��������� :
Located Auguat Ist, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeens Land DUtrict���DUtrict ol Queen Charlotu
lalanda
Tak. notie that Auatin M. Brown of I'nnc.
Rup*rL occupation uddler, intends to apply X*
th. Chic! CommUaioner ol Lands .nd \1orka for
a licnc to prospect lor coal, oil snd pe-troUum
on .nd under the following de.crili.al lands on lbs
Wet Cout o! Graham laland:
Commanclng at a poet pl.nled thre miles cast
o! th. southeast corner ol C. L. No. 447*. Ihenee
80 chain, wut, Ihence 80 chains north, IH) chains
out, theme 80 chain, aouth to point uf commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Located Auguat In, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skena Land DUlrict���DUtrlct o! Quen Charlott
tt lalanda *l
���-.Take nolle tbat Auatin M. Brown ot Print*
Hupert, occup.tion uddler, inlands to sppl)*
to th. Chid CommUMOiw o! lands .nd Works
lor a licenc to prospect lor co.l, oil snd petroleum
on and under th. lollowlng deacnl.o-1 land, on Ibe
Waat Cout ol Graham laland:
Commencing .1 a peat pl.nted three miles eut
ol lh. aoutheaat corner of C. L. No. 4170 Ihenc.
srnt 80 chaina, Ihene north 80 chelne. theses
eut 80 chaina, thene eulh 80 chaina to point *
commenement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, laocatof
Lonled Augtut 1st, 1911.
Sken. Und DUUict���DUlrict ol Quen Ch.rlotie
Island.
Tak. notie thai Aunin M. Brown of I ��� ���
Hupert, uddlc-r. Inland, to .pply lo th* I "let
Commiaaioner of Unds and Works lor a licenc.
to pro.-,wt for e.l, oil .nd petroleum on and und*)
tha lollowlng deacribed Unda on th. Wut Coast ol
Graham laland: ,
Commencing it . poat pl.nted thru miles Irom
lh. eutheut corn�� ol C. L. No. 4472 th.nc. w
ch.in. wut, tbane 80 chain, north, thenc. xst
chaina eaat, thane 80 chains south lo point -
commencment. .  ,     ,_
AUSTIN M. BROWN, l-ow"*
Ucated Auguat iat. 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skena Und DUlrict-DUtrict ol Quen Charlotu
lalanda ,  ���    ���
Take notlc that Austin M. Brown o I nnM
Hupert, occupation uddler, Intenda lo apply X* "��
Chid CommUaioner ol Unds and Work, lor a
llcene lo pro.p��ct lor co.l, oil .nd petroleum on
���nd under th. lollowing descrilied Unds on in*
Wet Cout o! Graham laland: .
Commencing at . poat pl.nled thre mil** ess
o! th. northeut rorner of C. L. No. 44i*! thenc*
north 80 chaina, thsne eut 80 chains, then���
aoulh 80 chaina, thence wut 80 ch.ina to poln. �����
commencment.  _,.,   , _.,-
AUSTIN M. BHOWN. l-ocal*
Ucated Auguat In. 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skena Und DUlrict-DUtrict o! Quen Charlotu
Take nntle that Auatin M. Brown ol W*JJ
Rupert, occupation uddler, Intend, to .PPD ���"
the Chid CommUalon*. ol Unds and "'""'.J
a licenc to proapect lor coal, oil and P��l���lc*,m,r
and under the lollowlng ducrlbwl lands on m.
Wut Cout of Graham laland: ,
Commonclng at a pet pl.nled thre mile" e*
of the northeut cornier of C. L. No. 441J .^n"
80 ch.ins we*!, theme 80 ch.ln. north, thence ��������
ch.ln. eut, thene 80 cb.lna eulh to poim ��
eommencement. . ,������.,   ,,...t���,
AUSTIN M. BROWN, U**m
Located Auguat lit, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
8kena Und DUlrict���Dlalrlct o! Quen Charlott"
lalanda ��� , _
T.ke notlc th.t AusUn M. Brown of I '>""
Rupert, B. C, occupation uddler, '*<*.'".S*
.pply to the Chl.1 Cominluloner ol Lands jj
Work, lor a Mene to prepe-ct lor real, od ani
petroleum on .nd und.r th. following descfine
l.nda on th. Wut Cout ot Or.h.m Isl.ntr
Commonclng st a poat plsnted three mi"
ot th. northeut comer of C. L. No. 44,8 in���
80 chaina aouth, thenc 80 chaini easl, then"
chaina north, thene 80 chaina wut w t">m
commencment. ������.,..,   t.a.ior
AUSTIN M. BHOWN, U*���*
Date of Location 81at July, 1911.
I'ub. Aug. IT.
TRY   THE   "NEWS"   WANT
AD. WAY OF FINDING

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