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 THE WEATHER
Twenty-four hours ending6 a.m.,
Sept. 2
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Formerly The Prince Rupert Optimist
VOL. II, NO. 200
Prince Rupert, B.C., Saturday, September 2, 1911.
Price Five Cents
Innl
IPEOPLE'S fight against
THE PROTECTED INTERESTS
lr. Duncan Ross Explains Why Political Distinctions
Are Dropped in Present Campaign���Sir   Wilfrid
Laurier's Policy to Build up City he Created
When Mr. Duncan Robs arrived
|u tlii- campaign commit tee rooms
, morning the crowd insisted
n occupying chairs and calling
i ir a Bpeech from the candidate.
|\; the call of the chairman, Mr.
|\. J. Morris, they gave another
hiii* rousing cheers and a tiger
,n Mi. Ross. Hats and hands
��tviv waved in  the enthusiasm.
riien tin- candidate spoke.
Consumer vs. Interests
The *>kirl of the pipes aril the
knthusiasm of this impromptu dem-
Instrp.tion   arouses   my   Scottish
l.i.i.l," lu* Baid,   "Bui I must not
lu.ikc a speech now.   1 must wait
til tonight.   I want to .til you
mat  this campaign  so  far  has
troved to mc  that   .lu- present
;hi i- rot between the political
sanies, but is between the con-
lumen and thc protected interests.
Consumers are Solid
"In ilu mining districts and
lumber   camps   1   visited   down
mill, itll  consumers!   they  are
i >t ic I for reciprocity.   If 1 can have
t- consumers with me in this
iglit  1 am satisfied.    The other
fellow is welcome to the support
of the protected interests.
Message to Rupert
"This is a contest of peculiar
importance to Prince Rupert. Prince Rupert is practically the creation of Sir Wilfrid Laurier. Sir
Wilfrid has not been content to
merely make Prince Rupert possible. He has initiated a policy
which will make it a great city.
Reciprocity is a policy which will
rot only reduce the cost of living
tt) the people of Prince Rupert.
11 will develop the whole of this
grcat northern district of Comox-
Atlin, and make Prince Rupert
pn sperotts.
Make Victory Positive
"It looks like a great victory so
far, but elections are won by ha.nl
work and roi by cheers. See to i,
tha. in Print- Rupert a big
majority is piled up so as to make
victory certain for the |K>licy of
sir Wilfrid Laurit r who is identified
with you in the creation end
development of Prince Rupert and
this great northern country."
THE LAURIER WAY
pee How Canada Well Managed
Makes Good!
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Ottawa, Sept. 2.���Customs re-
������ipj> for the Dominion for the
��� months of the fist*.! year which
ed August  III   totalled  133,-
190,146 as compared with 820,-
|0l.iiil2 fur the same period last
,-r.   Increase $4,504,548.    For
le month of August  alone  the
,11-tnins receipts were 87,078,305
against 80,170,085 an increase
(108,610 as  compared  with
gum loio.
11 you want money apply P. O.
B"x 053. tf
AT  HIS OLD GAME?
Ex-Convict   Accused   of   Bank
Swindling   at   Seattle
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Tacoma, Sept. 1.���A man named
Murray Mann has been arrested
hfero charged with swindling a
Sea;tie bank of $17,000. He is
now Identified aa an escaped convict from Denver where he was
serving five years for his pari in
;. similar affair there.
Mrs. J. L. Dillman ard three
children, who has lieen visiting
her sister Mrs. John Dillman of
Pi it ce Rupert, left yesterday morning for Vancouver by the Rupert.
DUNCAN ROSS
Who will hold a ffreat mass meeting and smoker for his supporters in Mclntyre Hall to-night
10 PARTY HAS MONOPOLY
OF BRITISH LOYALTY
��� onservatives of Canada Ape Position Arrogated by
House of Lords as Custodians of Integrity of
British Empire���Stirring Address of Ex-Mayor
Fred Stork
M
I In* Liberal i-i.iiiniii.ee mums
:i    picked    last    night,   many
��� ing unable to obtain admittance.
'It-it Manson presided over a must
���" ���j'.yable smoker and Howard
l( mpb ]| ,vhi, hails from Nova
>tia, niide some telling points
'" .lie benefits the fishing ir-
nustry of that province ai d <>f
Prince Rupert would receive by
' adoption of the reciprocity
pact,
Bui   the  most   interesting   talk
ili<* evening was that  by ex-
yor Stork, so recently returned
II in l-'tiropt. In the course of his
1 marks he said:
" I'lu- position of the Tory party
|" England and in Canada are
identical. The members of thc
""**** of Lords iii England regard
themselves as being the custodians of Briaitsh loyalty, and they
Wrongly resented antl opposed the
''' -p.iss on iheir rights, as such,
III the passage of the veto bill.
"This was eventually carried by
''"' Liberal party and it is regarded as being one of the greatest
victories for the common people
"iat has ever  been  attained  in
Britain without the shedding of
blood.
"The Peers opposed the measure
on   the   ground   that   they   were
protecting the integrity of the
British Empire In s�� doing. In
Canada, strange to say, the very
same argument is being used in
opposition to reciprocity.
"Reciprocity, a Liberal measure
Introduced for the benefit of the
common   people of Canada, is
being   bitterly   opposed   by   the
manufacturing and moneyed classes, who claim that the development of trade with the United
Slates is Ixmnd to weaken our ties
with the Morther country and
ultimately lead to the annexation
of Canada to the United States,
lu this way the Tory party of
Canada, as the House of Lords
in England, is seeking t�� arrogate
to itself the position of custodian
of British loyalty.
"No class, no party, no clique
rich or poor in Great Britain or
Canada, or in any portion ��f Uw
Briiish Kmpire.hasor can have any
monopoly of sturdy British
loyalty."
UNDER PRESSURE, VOTERS ARE ADMITTED
As a result of the agitation by the Daily News against the
proposed disfranchising of hundreds of Prince Rupert property
owners, the City Hall officials last night acting under revised orders, made out an extra list of 299 property owners who will be
allowed to vote today.
Many of these are persons whose vote had been refused earlier in the week. All citizens whose vote has been refused���
whether for or against the by-laws���should apply again to there-
turning officer at the Police Station.
Let the issues be decided honestly, by an honest and representative vote.
REAL HIGHLAND WELCOME
GIVEN TO DUNCAN ROSS
Tartaned Piper Headed the Demonstration to the Reciprocity Candidate on the Wharf This Morning-
Triumphal Procession Through the Town
By the rousing strains of the
Highland bagpipes Mr. Duncan
Ross strode arcoss the gangway of
the Prince C.iorge this morning, a
strong candidate with a strong
straight cause, On the wharf to
greet him thronged :��� group of his
leading supporters crowding eagerly forward with the warmest of
welcomes. Behind iliun agiin
beyond the reserved Bpace i't the
landing berth gathered others by
scores, and the in.stani Mr. Ross
set foot on the wharf up went a
rousing burst of checril g.
Ross Right for Rupert"
"Three cheers for Duncan U'.s*.
���Hip, Hip, HurrahI" The shoul
resounded along the whole waterfront. Again and again rang out
lhe welcome. The pipes --kiil.il
iheir loyal  fightb g -.trail s.    The
tartan waved a welcome ><.i.h
the Union Jack. "Rossr.nd Rccip-
rocky for Rupert!" Some one
sent up the great shout ag; in. and
catching ;he cry thc crowd ripped
out another s.\ift crashing trio
of cheers, In thc midst <>f the
welcoinii g ihucdtt aboul him Mr.
Ross was shaking hards with his
supporters   lining   up   i"   march
to the Liberal headquarters.
"Cead Mille Failte''
Up Centre street they inarched
with the hero of the hour, and the
|)i]nr led the way wi.h the battle-
cry of "Ross and Reciprocity for
Rupert" boldly lettered on the
banner In the midst.
At the Liben I Committee Rooms
;i second great welcome awaited
thc candidate, litre ;'s the strains
of the pi|H-s ceased on* caught the
familiar accerts of the Gaelic
giving io Duncan Ross the "Cead
Mille Failte" which means "A
Hundred Thousand Welcomes,"
from his Scottish friends in Prince
Rupert. And Mr. Ross's reply
showed thai the ki-illy Highland
i. II. Ins lot I' ih.I his tongue
after I is years in Western Car.ada.
Rtiipreii.v is corsor.r.nt with
.he highest corctpviors of t'.rcat
Hit.; in's (m-; 1 aspin ioi i. ��� d will
help make Gr.rr.di great as the
Mothcrlai tl is grc; t.
WAR AGAINST PRICES
$20,000 OFFICE BLOCK FOR SECOND AVE.
Second avenue is lo have another
fine set of office buildings and
residential rooms to cost from
115,000 to 190,000. The buildings
are lo be erected on lots near the
offices of S. Harrison & Co., really
agents, who have just sold them
to Mr. Charles Gore of the firm
of Bcvan, Core & Elliott, slock
brokers, Vancouver and Victoria.
Some other property on the
neighborhood of Hays Creek has
also been transferred to the same
owner  who  will   develop   this  as
soon ;is evidences of substantial
progress begin ... i.ceome apparent
on lhe dry dock works now under
survey. Mr. Gore is arranging
iit present for plans for his new
buildings which will add considerably to the appearance of
Second avenue in the business
section.
li is probable that on lhe Hays
property Mr. Gore may erect an
apartment house of considerable
size to accommodate lalxn for the
new dry dock. Progress on the
dry dock development work according to the latest report of Mr.
Pillsbury the engineer in charge
of the work at present is good,
and substantial advances may be
expected In all directions before
long.
Paris is Again up in Arms
Troops Sent to Scenes
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Paris,   Sept.    1.���War   against
present high prices continues with
unabated fury Tonight the Gov*
eminent despatched troops to the
scenes of disorder.
Campaign Leaders' Tours
Ottawa, S.pt. 2.- (Special)���Sir
Wilfrid Laurier addressed meetings
yesterday In Prince Edward Island.
R. L. Borden ended his lour of
the cits,em townships wiih a meeting al Megantic. Clifford Sifton
spoke ;ii Halifax last night.
MYSTERY OF SLEEP
Montreal Maiden Won't Wake
Up   After   Eight   Days
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Montreal, Sept. 2.���After sleeping for eight days Blanche David,
18 years ohl, after being found
apparently drugged <>n ;t street car
still remians in the s;.me quiet
childlike sleep.
UNKNOWN ASSASSIN
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Seattle, Sept. 2.���An unidentified
man today find twice i't Mrs.
Mary Vaughan, rooming-house
keeper, ;-i d when cornered by the
police shot himself dead.
RECIPROCITY CERTAIN TO
STAMPEDE THE COUNTRY
One Great Railway Magnate Who  Believes  Increased
Immigration to Thia Province Will be the Direct
Result of the Endorsement of Reciprocity
:
INCENDIARY FIRES
Nelson  Citizens   Growing   Alarmed about Them
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Nelson, Sept.   1.���Another fire
of  incendiary   origin   look   place
last night when the lumber yard
of the Lambert Company was st t
ablace the fin* doing considerable
damage. Cilizens are getting alarmed at the number of these lircs
lately and the police seem unable
to capture the guilty parties.
Reciprocity means the extension of trade with a neighbor of
like ideals to Britishers, a people
who are Anglgo-Sa'xon in origin.
Monday Sept. 4th being
Labor Day there will
be no issue of the Dally
News.       :       :       :
Lost    A City Clerk
Missing since Monday-- City Clerk Woods of Prince Rupert. Said
City Clerk's genial presence was
expected back lo the bosom of his
multifarious business at the City
Hull on Monday after his holiday
Up river. He has not yet appeared,
and already the City Hall feeling
lonely without him, grows hourly
more anxious
SOME BALL PARK
H. B. Co. Spends Three Quarters of a Million for Employees.
(Canadian Press Despatch)
Winnipeg, Sept. 2.- The Hudson's Bay Company have just
purchased seventy acres of park
and adjoining River Park to be
used as Athletic Grounds for employees at a cost of three-quarters
f a million dollars.
"Wh.u a holler the Conservative
party  would  have  set   up  if  lhe
delegation sent from Washington
to negotiate thc  present   reciprocity pact had been turned down by
the Liberals," said ex-Mayor Stork
in   his   address   at   the   Liberal
smoker last night.   "And especially
after the Conservatives had for
years lieen s.riving to obtain ihis
very same reciprocity with  the
United Stales," he added as the
cheers subsided, "They would
have   had   an   election   cry   that
would lu ve stampeded the whole
country,   just    as   the   party   of
Laurier is now doing."
Sir Donald Mann's Opinion
Very good reciprocity stud arc
the  statements credited  to Sir
Don;.hi Mann, which sum lo have
been carefully though out.    This
railway  magnate  observes  that
mixed farming is necessary io the
complete prosperity of the Wist.
Exclusive wlicat-growii g is not a
prodtic- il'.i ai present cannot
bear the COSl >'f ���' long haul.
The possible diversion of wheal
from K.'-i io South docs not seem
to make .his half-owner of a transcontinental railway nervous.    He
cheerfully   maintains   thai   there
,vill  lie such  i'li  increase of  production  btivi.se jnf ihe increased
immigration which reciprocity will
bring lhat it will more than makeup for the loss of traffic.    British
Coluniliia.he  says,  may  look  forward  lo a  heavy increase in  Immigration which will be a direct
result of reciproi il\ .
The Liberals now count that day
losi whose slow descending sun
sets not sonic Conservative preaching reciprocity al a Liberal convention.
New Pastor Arrives
Rev. Warren Hastings McLeod
was yesterday afternoon presented
rtith a son.   Mrs. Mel.eotl is doing
Old School to Open ,     , ,      ,
...     , , ,     (healthy thing (or llu  prattle I'.i"-Lv,t1
Miss Johnstone announces that I
thc rooms In the old school building vince��1   K-'-V'"''^ will encour-
will be open for pupils Tuesday I "Re nilxed farmirg by fumlshlngl    Reciprocity   menus   added   op-
morning. I a nearby market fur certain farm portunity an I it will include you. MMHMMtp MMMttMi
THE DAILY NEWS
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Published by the Princ* Rupert Publishing Company, Limited
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Saturday. Sept. 2
THE MAN FOR COMOX-ATLIN
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TEMS  OF
IS P O R T
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This morning there arrived in the city on his tour of triumph the
man for Comox-Atlin���Duncan Ross! He is no stranger to Prince
Rupert. For two years past his has been a familiar figure in the city,
and up the Skcenri. Many men here remember him from the Greenwood days; others remember him as the member of Parliament for
Yale-Cariboo; the largest number know him as one of the most popular
contractors on the Pacific section of the Grand Trunk Pacific.
At a time when some of ibe early arrivals in thc city fell a victim
to coltl feet, and announced their intention of going back to Vancouver
to live, Duncan Ross stayed with the district, became a property
owner, and qualified as a voter in Comox-Atlin. Duncan Ross is a
true representative of Comox-Atlin, spending most of his time in
lhe constituency and holding a vote here.
When reciprocity was first mooted, and at a time when a vacancy
in Comox-Atlin was not dreamed of, Mr. Ross perceived its importance
to the progress anil development of Prince Rupert and the Comox-
Atlin district and delivered a masterly address upon the subject.
The address was valuable enough to be reprinted in pamphlet form
for public distribution. When Mr. Borden forcetl an election upon
the country on the issue of reciprocity, and Hon. William Templeman
decided to return to contest the Victoria seat, Mr. Ross became the
logical choice of the supporters of reciprocity in Comox-Atlin.
The election of Duncan Ross becomes the more Imperative owing
to the candidate selected to oppose him. Mr. Clements is an outsider
living in Vancouver. It is true he visited Prince Rupert in the early
days, but the remarks attributed tO him when he shook the dust���or
the muskeg���of thc city from his feet to return to Vancouver to live,
makes his return to seek its representation in Parliament a piece of
magnificent audacity.
Even the Journal, the recognised Conservative organ, coultl not
conceal lhe significant item of information from its readers lhat
when Mr. Clements was last in Prince Rupert it was as representative
of the Standard Oil Company.
The present reciprocity fight, is a clear contest between thc
protected interests���the trusts���and lhe consumers. Mr. Clements'
acknowledged services under thc Standard Oil Company classify him
as a "trust "man; Mr. Ross on the contrary is a representative of tlu
great consuming classes.
It is quite possible of course that Mr. Clements will fulfil his
promise and retire from the contest now that Mr. Ross has proved
to the hilt that Mr. Clements was wrong in denying that he (Mr.
Clements) had advocated reciprocity with the United States. If
Mr. Clements should decline to fulfil thc terms of his challenge, that
would be but one more reason for the people of Comox-Atlin turning
him down, and turning him down hard. Comox-Atlin is the kind of
constituency that insists on its representative being a man who keeps
his wortl of honor.
The southern part of the constituency has heard both men, and
signified its approval of Duncan Ross. Tonight in the Mclntyre
Hall a great public meeting will be held at which the voters of Comox-
Atlin will be able lo see and hear "the man for Comox-Atlin." Ross
and reciprocity are popular subjects in Prince Rupert.
NOTES AND COMMENTS
CONSTANT READER���"Carpet-bagger" is a term used in
politics. It is defined in Websters Dictionary as "any roving adventurer or person meddling in the politics of a place where he has no true
interest."
Mr. Clements for instance.
In opening their headquarters in the rooms of an undertaking
establishment, the local opponents of reciprocity show that they
possess an uncommon amount of foresight.
The list of Conservative nominations in Manitoba is announced,
but the name of Hon. Robert Rogers is not to be found therein. This
means that Hon. Robert Rogers on second thoughts finds he is of
Hon. Richard McBrlde's way of thinking as lo how thc elections
will go.
In the current number of Colliers Weekly to hand���the issue of
August 26th���tlvere is a two page illustrated article by one J. Sedgwick
Cowper entitled, "Linking the East and the West." Thc article deals
with the opening of the Prince Rupert section of the National Trans-
Continental and is calculated to stir up some tourist traffic to Northern
B. ('.
Colliers luis a circulation of a million or more. To have had
the article inserted at advertising rates would have cost the city the
price of several lots. The author of the article is thc same citizen
whose vote has been handed over to an alien.
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Lord Lonsdale has hung up
another belt for some American
to grab. This time it is a featherweight trophy.
OOO
Outfielder "Red" Farrell of the
Zanesville team has been sold to
Brooklyn for $2100. He will not
join the Trolley chasers until next
saeson.
OOO
Ral. Parr's Ticket-of-Leave holds
the new record for the Hamilton
steeplechase course, with 188 pounds up, and proved himself the
best jumper now in training.
Hampton Court made a record
of 1:38 2-5 for a mile on the grass
course.
OOO
Charley Smith, pitcher with the
Newark Club, has been purchased
by the Cubs, for immediate delivery. Some money (amount not
given) and a ball player or two
will be turned over to Newark in
payment for Smith.
OOO
The Brandon ball players have
arrived at a settlement with the
directors. Sixteen hundred dollars
was owing in back salaries. The
players got in cash fifty per tent
of what was due them ami notes
payable tin November 1 for the
balance.
OOO
Emil Thiry, manager for Packey
McFarland, flatly declaretl that
even if the fight with Champion
Wolgast at Milwaukee on September was called off as a result,
the stockyards scrapper would go
through  with  his engagement   to
box Leo Kelly six rounds in St.
Louis on Labor Day.
OOO
The speed record so far for
"anything afloat" is held by the
motor hydroplane "Dixie IV."
"Dixie IV." on Long Island Sound
thc other day made the phenomenal lime of 5 minutes 51
seconds over a five-mile course,
antl her owner, Frederick K. Burn-
ham, declares ihat ihe craft conceded to In* the fastest alloai, will
surpass thai speed.
OOO
One of the best known colored
jockeys of fifteen years ago, "Soup"
Perkins, has just fied suddenly
in his Ixirading house on York
street, Hamilton. Perkins was a
famous rider in his day and won
many big races on some of the
great horses of the American turf,
but, as is thc way with many
of his kind, th bail nothing when he
became too heavy to ride, antl has
since earned a precarious living
about racetracks, being sometimes
employed as a docker.
OOO
Ad Wolgast and Packy McFarland may have another lightweight to fear just as much as
Knockout Brown of New York,
antl Mall Wells of England. The
newcomer is a youngster named
Pal Brown, of Hibbing, Minn., who
intends to make Milwaukee his
home in the future. The young
fellow weighs 128 pounds at present
but he should develop into a full-
fledged lightweight within the next
year, antl if he keeps up his present
reputation he will be fit for the
fastest kind of company.    He has
won nineteen straight battles, most
of them by the knockout route.
OOO
At the meeting of the National
Board of Arbitration in October,
Dr. R. F. Canon, president of
the Central league, will suggest
a plan for many changes and
reforms in the conduct of minor
league baseball. The Central League, like many other of the smaller
baseball circuits, has fallen on
evil days, and it is the belief of
many that radical changes must
be made in minor league orgut iza-
tion if the national spun is to hold
its own in the cities of 100 000 and
less. One of Dr. Carson's suggestions is to make it mandatory
for every class B club to deposit
11,000 wiih lhe National commission to itttesi the financial
iblllty of the owners of lhe franchise. It is alleged that most
minor league clubs arc now Operated on a "shoestring" by promoters
who risk nothing antl have nothing
I to risk.
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Skoena Land Diatrict���DUtrlct of Queen Charlott
Islands
Take notico that Austin M, Brown of Prince
Hupert. occupation aaddler, IntendB to apply
to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and works
fur a licence to prospect for coal, oil and petroleum
on and undor the following described landa on the
Wost Coast of Graham Inland:
Commenclnn at a post planted three miles east
of the southeast corner of C. 1... No. 4470 thonco
west 81) chains, thence north HO chains, thonce
east 80 chains, thenco aouth 80 chains to point of
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Locatod August 1st, 1011.
Skoena Land District���District of Queon Charlotte
Islands
Take notice that Austin M. Brown of Prince
Rupert, aaddler, intends to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for a licence
to prospect for coal, oil and petroleum on and under
the following described lands on the Weat Coast of
Uraham Island:
Commencing at a post planted throe miles from
the southeast cornor of C. L. No. 4472 thence 80
chains west, thence 80 chains north, thonce 80
chains oast, thunce 80 chains aouth to point of
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
located Auguat 1st. 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Land District���District of Queen Charlotte
Islands
Take notico that Austin M. Brown of Prince
Rupert, occupation saddler, Intends to apply to the
Chief Commiasioner of Lanrts and Works for a
licence to prospect for coal, oil and potroloum on
and under tho following described lands on the
Weat Coaat of Graham Island:
Commencing at a post plantod three miles east
of tho northeast corner of C. L. No. 4472 thenco
north 80 chains, thenco east 80 chains, thonca
aouth 80 chains, thence wost 80 chains to point of
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Located August 1st. 1911,
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Land District���District ot Queen Charlotte
Islands
Tako notice that Austin M. Brown of Prince
Rupert, occupation saddler, intends to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for
a licence to prospect for coal, oil and petroleum on
and under the following describod lands on the
Wost Coast of Graham Island:
Commencing at a post plantod three mile* cast
ot the nortboaat cornor of C. L. No. 4472 thence
80 chaini waat, thence 80 chains north, thence 80
chains east, thence 80 chains south to point of
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Located Auguat 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Und District���District of Queen Charlotte
Islands
Take notica that Austin M. Brown of I'rlnce
Rupert, B. C, occupation aaddler, intends lo
apply to the Chief Commiasioner of Lands and
Works for a licence to prospect tor coal, oil and
ftetrolaum on and under tho following deecribed
ands on the Weat Coaal of Graham Island:
Commencing at a post planted three mllea east
of the northeast corner of C. L. No. 4478 thonce
80 chains south, ihence 80 chains east, thenco 80
chains north, thence 80 chains west to point of
commencement,
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Date of Location 31st July, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skoena Land District���District of Queen Charlotte
Islands
Tako not ice that Austin M. Brown ot Prince
Huport, occupauon aaddler, intends tu apnly
tha Chief Commiasioner of Landa and Works
for a licence to prospocl for coal and oil and petroleum on and under the following deacribed lands
on the Weat Coaat ot Graham laland:
Commencing at a pust planted three miles east
of the southwMt corner of C. L. No. 4477 thence
HO chains eaat, thence 80 chaina north, thence HO
chaina waat, thenco HO chains south to point of
rom mencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Date ot Location, Slit July It'll.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeena Land District-District ot Queen Charlotte
Islands
Tako notice lhat Austin M. Brown of Prince
Kupert. occupation aaddler, intenda to apply to
the Chief Commissioner ot I-und* and Works tor a
licence to proapect for coal, oil and petroleum on and
under lhe following doacribod lands on lho Wwl
Coast ot Graham Island:
Commencing at a post plantod three miles east
of the southeast corner of C. L. No. 4472 ihi-nrv
north HO chains, thence east HO chains, ihence aouth
HO chaina, thence west HO chains lo point of commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN. Locator
located August 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aut* 19.
Skeena Land DUtrict���District of Queen Charlott
Islands
Take notice tbat Austin  M. Brown of Prince
Rupert, saddler. Intends to apply to the Chief
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Prince Rupert - and - Stewart
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Victoria Phoenix Beer
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Prince Rupert every Sunday
at 9 a.m. for Vancouver,
arriving Monday afternoon.
For Stewart City on arrival
from Vancouver Friday
night.
Northbound, leaves Vancouver Wednesdays at 9 p.m.
Steerage Fare      -       $5.00
The "Camosun" is the only  steame
on the run having water-tight bulkheads and double bottom, thus en
���urine safety of passengers in case
of collision or wreck.
J. H. Rogers, Ticket Agent.
Georgetown
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Lumber
and
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Our prices are as low as any.
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iiu|>rii,     u.iuk'i,    iiiia-ii.ii.    isi    *��|.[.i >      a..     -ass*.     .   in. ���
(.ommtsfcloncr of Landa and Works for a licence
to prospect for coa), oil and petroleum on and
tha (ollowing d<
Coast of Graham Island.
under
(ollowing deecribed lands on the West
OFFICE:
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Commencing at a poat planted two miles east
of the northeast corner ot C L. No. 4478 thence
80 chains east, thenco 80 chaina aouth, Ihence HO
chaina weal, ihence 80 chains north to point of
commencement.
AUSTIN. M. BROWN, Locator
Dateot Location 31st July 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeena Land District���DUtrict of Queen Charlotu
Islands
Take notice lhat Austin M. Brown ot Prlncr
Rupert, aaddler, Intends to apply to the Chief
Commiaaioner ot Lands and Worka for a licence
to prospect for coal, oil and petroleum on and
under tne following described landa on the Weal
Cout of Graham Island:
Commencing at a post planted two milea east
of the northraal corner of C. L. No. 4478 ihence
aouth HO chaina, thenoa west HO chains, thence
north HO chaina, thence eaat HO chains to puint of
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Located 31st July, l.'l I.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeena Land District -District ot Queen Charlotte
Islands
Take notice that Auatin M. Brown of Prince
Rupert, occupation aaddler, Intenda lo apply
to lha Chief Commiasioner ot Lands and Works
tor a licence to prospect tor coal, oil and petroleum
on and uader tne following descrilied lands on the
West ('oaat of Graham laland:
Commencing at a poat plaated two miles east
of the aoutheaat eorner ot C. 1.. No. 4477 thence
HO chains north, thence HO chains oa-it. Ihence HO
chaina aouth, tnence K0 chains wesl lo point of
commencemenl.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, locator
Unti.-d 31st July, mi.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeena Land District���District of Queen Charlott
Islands
Take nutice that Austin M. Brown of Prince
Rupert, aaddler, Intends to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and works (or a licence
to prospect lor coal, oil and petroleum on and
under the following descrilied lands on the Weat
Coast of Graham Island:
Commencing at a post planted two miles east
of the souihea t corner of C. L. No. 4477 in.-nr-v
HO chains weat, thenoa 80 chaina north, thence 80
chains east, thence HO chaina aouth to point ot
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locator
Ucated 31st July, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeena Land District���District of Queen Charlott
Islands
Take notice that Austin M Brown ot Prince
Hupert, occupation saddler, intends to appl> to
the chief Commissioner ol Lands and Works (or
a licence to prospect (or coal, oil and petroleum
on and under the following described lands on the
West Coast o( Graham Island:
Beginning at a post planted three miles east o
the northeaat corner o( C. L. No. 4474 thence HO
chains eaat, tbence HO chains aouth thence HO
chains weat, thence HO chains north lo point of
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Locato
Advertise in
The Daily News
Located August 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. 17,
Skeena Lsnd District���District ol Queen Charlotte
Islands
Take notice that Austin M. Brown of Prince
Hupert, occupation aaddler, intends to apply
to the Chief Commissioner of I<ands and Works
for a licence to prospect tor coal, oil and petroleum
on and under the followinK described lands on the
West Coast nt Graham Island:
Commencing at a post planled three milea eut
ol the northeul corner of C. L. No. 4474 thence
HO ehaina aouth, thence 80 chains west, Ihence 80
chaini north, thence 80 chains eul to potnt ot
commencement.
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Ucaior
Ucated August 1st, 1011.
Pub. Aug. 17.
Skeena Und District    District of Queen Charlotta
Islands
Take notice that Austin M. Brown of Prince
Rupert, occupation aaddler, Intends to apply
to the Chief Commiasioner of Lands and Works
for a licence to prospect tor coal, nil and petroleum
on and under tne following described lands on the
West Cout of Graham Island;
Commencing at a post planted three miles east
of the northeut corner of C. L. No, 4471, thence
HO chains eut, thence HO chains south, thenco HO
chains weet, thence HO chains north to point ot
commencement. ..   nm nf<,���,
AUSTIN M. BROWN, Ucator
Ucated Auguat lit, 191L
Pub. Aug. 19.
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Drafts on France, Germany,
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Church Services-
KIIIST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Services every Sunday in the
Empress Thestre. 11 a.m. and
7 30 p.m.    Sunday School and
Bible Class at 2.30 p. m.
REV F. W. KEUR. M.A., Pastor
THE   FIRST   BAPTIST   CHURCH
IIIASIU AND SIXTH STREET
Servicea every Sunday at 11
a.m. and 7.30 p.m.     Sunday
School  2.30   p. m.       Barsca
Bible Class 2.30 p.m.
REV. W. H. M.-l.l*:.in B.A D.D.   Pastor
THE FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
HI llll I N .1 N nu: ST. AND 2nd A��VK.
Services every Sundsy at  11
i. in.   and 7.3U p.m.    Sunday
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to subjects of special interest to women. Any and all of the ladies of Prince Rupert
are invited to contribute to its columns, and to take part in its discussions. Suggestions and criticisms are invited by the editor. The hope is expressed that "The
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P.O. NX 37
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black silk soutache braid. Note
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WOMAN CONVICT
Important Situation Arises Over Judicial  Decision
Here is a judgewho undoubtedly
takes the women's right question
too literally, The decision of
Judge Smeltzer of lola, Kan., condemning Mrs. Reese to work on
the streets the same as any other
criminal has brought upon his
head a great amount of criticism.
In fact the case has divided the
community radically and formed
one of the most interesting features
of Kansas criminal history. Judge
Smeltzer maintains that women
should not be favored over men
in any way, while the superintendent of roads construction employing
the convict labor, refuses lo allow
a woman to work with the gang
of men. The case is being fought
bitterly.
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Take any left-over cold meat,
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enough to fit a teacup. Add one
small onion, a small piece of
butler, pepper and sail and mix
together. Now take your cold
potatoes, put in a pastry dish,
mash fine; add pinch salt, ope egg
beaten smooth. Take enough Hour
to make still enough to roll out,
cut with buscuil cutter, put in a
teaspoonful of the chopped meat
in centre, fold over, press edges
together and fry in boiling tat till
golden brown. SSrvc with tiny-
bits of crisp bacon.
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LAND PURCHASE NOTICE
Skoena Land District���Diatrict of Canst Rung�� V
Tuku notice thut Jusat> M, 'i'ullniun of Cedar
Rapids, Iowa, occuputlon luwyer, intenda tu
apply for permission to purchuau thu following
doscribod landa:
Commencing at a poat piunted un thu aoutherly
shore of KutEymateen Inlot on tho right hunk
of a small stream tlowing into auid Inlet juat oaat
of Crow Lake. Thenco Houth 20 chaina, thunco
west 20 chains muru or loss tu the tdiuro line of
Crow Lake, thonco northerly und eusterly following the allure linoa of ('row Lake, tho Inlot
to Crow Lake and Kutzryniuteon Inlet tu tho
place of commoncomont, containing furty ucrea
more or leaa. Located Auguat 7, l'.Ul.
Dated Aug. 9. 1911. JESSE M. TALL-MAN
Pub. Aug. 12.
Skeena Land District���District of ('uust Hung�� 5
Take notice  that  Saruh   K.   Alton   of   i'rincu
Hupert, occupation  nurse,  Intunds to apply  for
fiermisalon  to  purchaao  tho  following   deacribed
anda:
Commencing at a post piunted ut tho Nurth- '
weet corner 140 chainH euaterly (slightly north) '
from tho northeast curner of I*ot lllti (Harvey ,
Survey) Coast Diatrict, Run V, thonce SO chaina ,
eaat, tnence K0 chuins south, thonco -10 chains!
west, thence 40 chaina nurth, thenco 40 chains I
west, thonce 40 chaina north to post of com- \
mencement containing ���!>������ ucrea more ur le.--.-t.
Dated June 14. 1911. SARAH K. ALTON
Pub, July 15. Kred Uohler, Agent
Skeena Land District���District of Cuast Range 5 j
Tako notce thut Linford Suwoll Boll of Prince
Rupert, B. C. occupation locomotive engineer,
intenda to apply fur permisaiun to purchaso the
following deacribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the north ,
bank of the Zimogotitz River about three (:)) j
miles distant (upstream) in a wostorly direction |
(rom the junction of the Little Zimogotiu River
and the main Zimogotiu River, thence north 40
Chains, thencu weat 40 chains, thence aouth 40
chains, thence east 40 chains to post of commencement containing 160 acres more or loss.
Dated Juno 7, 1911. LINFUHD SLAV ALL BELL
Pub. July 8. Geo. R. Putnam. Agent
Cassiar  Und   District -District   of   Skeena
Take notice that 1, Lemuel Freer of Vancouver,
occupation broker. Intend lo apply for permission
to purchase the foUowing desrlbedr lands:
Commencing at a post planted on tho shore
in a northerly direction from Port Nelson Cannery
marked L. K.'a S, K. Cornor, thenco 20 chains
north, thonce 20 chains weet, thence 20 chaina
aouth to ahore line, thence along tho shore to
point of commencement, containing 40 teres moru
Dated Juno 10,1911 LEMUEL FREER
Pub. July 8. J. M. Collison. Agent
Skeena Land District��� DUtrlct of Coast Rango V
Take notice that I, Peter Erickson of Prince
Rupert, laborer. Intend to apply (or permission
to purcnaae tho following doacribed lands:
Commencing at a poat planted on the north
bank of Williams Creek where the railway right-
of-way crossns and :t chains back (rom the creek
bank, thenco aouth 30 chains, thenoe east 40
chains, thence north 30 chains, thence woat 40
chaina to point o( cotnmoncement.
Dated July 7, 1911. PETER ERICKSON
Pub. July 26. Kred E. Cowell, Agent
Skeena Land District-District of Coast Range 5
Take notice that I. Alexander Clacher, of Dear-
horn, Manitoba, occupation farmer, intend to
apply for permission lo purchaae the following
described landa:
Commenelns at a post planted at the south
west corner of lot 30-SS, district of Const. Range 5,
a tuated about 5 1-2 miles In a south easterly direction from Breckenridge Landing, marked A.
C, north weat corner; thence auu'h 80 chains,
thence east 90 chaina. thca.ee norih GO chains
more or leaa to aouth eaat eorner uf lut 30-82.
thence weat 40 chains mure or less to south west
corner of lot 3062. thence north 2o chains more
or less to south east corner of lot 30GA. thence
west 40 chaina more or leaa to point of commencement, containing .��������������� acres more or less.
ALEXANDER CLACHER
Donald Clacher. Agent
Dato June 2nd. 1911
Pub. June 24th. 1911
Skeena Und District���Diatrict o( Coaat Range V
Take nolice lhat I, John Evenson o(  Prince
Rupert, laborer. Intend to apply (or permission
to purchaae the following deacribed lands:
Commencing at a poat planted at the southeast corner of l*ot 4415, thencs north HO chains*
thence east GO chains, thencs south 80 chains,
thence weat 60 chains to point of commencement.
Dated July 18, 1911. JOHN EVENSON
Pub. July 26. Fred K. Cowell* Afent '
Skeeiia Und District -District o( Coast Rsngs V
Taka notioa that 1, Benjamin A. Ftah of Towner,
N. !>.. occupation merchant, Inlend to apply
(or permUsion to purchase the (ollowing doacribed
landa:
Commencing al a posl planled on lhe oaat
boundary and about live chains from the south-
emM corner o( Lot 44K4, thence north tio chains,
thence east 30 chains, ihenco south 60 chains, 1
thenco west 30 chsins to point of commencement.
Dated June 24, 1911. BENJAMIN A. FISH
I'ub. July 25. Fred E. Cowell, Agent
keens Und Diatrict -Diatrict of Coast Range 6
Taks   notice   ihat   Stanley   limn   o(   Prince
Rupert, B. C, occupaUon miner. Intends lo apply
for permission to purchaso tbs following daeenbe-d
land:
Commencing at a post plsnled 40 chains south I
and 40 chslna srsst of tne northwest corner o(
Lot 1733, Ukslss Valley, District of Coast Range
6, thonco west 40 chains, thencs south 80 chains,
thonce esst 40 chains, thene* north 80 ehaina to
point nf commencemsnt.
Staked Juns 30th, 1911 STANLEY GREEN
Pub. July 16. Loefttor
W. L. BARKER
Architect
Second avenue and Third street
Over We&tenhaver Bros.' Office.
MUNHO   &   LAILEY
Architects,
Stork Building, Second Avenue.
STUART &  STEWART
ACCOUNTANTS-:- AUDITORS
Law-Butler Building       Phone No. 280
Prince Ruuert P.O. Box 351
ALFRED CARSS, C. V. BENNETT, B.A.
of British Columbia of B.C.. Ontario. Saa-
and Miitiitol.il Burs. katchewun   and  Al
berta Burs.
CARSS & BENNETT
Barristers, Notaries, Etc.
Office-Eschar.** blook. corner Thlrtl avenue and
Sixth street. Prlnco Ruuert. 8
WM. S. HALL, L.D.S., D. D. S.
Dentist.
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
All dental operations skilfully treated.   Gas and
local anusthellcs administered for the painless extraction of teeth.      Consultation free.     Offices I
Helitcrson Block. I'nnce Rupert. 11-18
Alex.M.Manson n.A..     \V.E.WIIliam..B.*........u
WILLIAMS   &   MANSON
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Box 285
Prince Kupert, B.C
P. O. BOX 2.1
PRINCE RUPERT
JOHN E. DAVEY
TEACHER OF SINGING
l*i:ill   OK WM. FOXON. IMal.. A.K.A.W..~I ON., EM*
GEORGE LEEK
MERCANTILE   AGENCY
COLLECTIONS AND REPORTS
Tliird Avenue also Water Street,
PRINCE RUPERT
A. M. BROWN
HARNESS A   SADDLERY  MANUFACTURER
Repairing a Specialty.
Complete Stock Carried.
Outside Orders Promptly Killed.
2nd Ave. between 10H> and 11 lh St.
THE IROQUOIS
POOL
English and American Billiards
Twelve Table. Second Ave.
FRANK D. KEELEY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST
Phone No. 200 P. 0. Box 5S0
rentes HUPERT. B.C.
PIANOFORTE LESSONS
For Beginners and Advanced Pupils
Fraser and Fifth St.
The only hotel In town
with hot and cold water In rooms. Best furnished house north of
Vancouver. Rooms .V*c
up. Phon* 17. P.O.
Box I.-..
Farms For Sale
GRAHAM ISLAND
160 acres, $20.00 per acre
BULKLEY VALLEY
160 acres, $10 per acre; 320 acres
$10 per acre
SKEENA RIVER
153 acres, $12.50 per acre
G.R. NADEN COMPANY
Limited.
Second Ave.. Print. Ruperl. B.C.
Royal Bank of Canada
Head Office: MONTREAL.
C.pit.1, J6.200.OO0
Surplus, ��7,2O0,O0O
Tol.1 Ass.ls, $100,000,000
KSTAIIMSHED 18fi!>.
Savings Bank Department, $1 will open an �����?��*��� f   .
BruohM throughout Canada and Banking Connections with all parts
United States.
Agents throughout the world.
H. P. WILSON. Manager. Prince Rupert Branch.
AT  DAVIS'
HOUSE
F. M. DAVIS &T'
(Ii.neral Machine Shop and Ship's
Carpentering. Also agents for Fairbanks-Momo and Knox Gasoline
Engines. Gasoline Engines and Accessories carried in stock.
Launches and Boats lor Hi,"   N.E. *nd ol Wharf
...Whites Portland Cement..
O. C. F.MMF.RSON
AGENT
PboM 125      Mtti Block      Second Art
of bixiice. the latter m.*.tlc in
pcplum ityle and laced on -.itlcs.
The lacing Idea i*. also carried out
on ileeves, and the braided collar
has liny revers of white taffeta,
o|K-ning over a chemisette and
stock of Valenciennes lace. A
heavy while curd and tassel serves
as additional decoradon in front of
bodice.
FASHION FANCIES
LITTLE  HINTS
A sun bath i> of more value to
health than much warming by the
fire.
A piece of ham bone added to
vegetable or stock soup will improve the flavor.
One teaspoonful of ammonia to a
cupful  of  water  will  celi-n   gold
or silver jewelry.
Longer sleeves are inevitable.
Still the VOgtie of velve. increases.
The waist-line is everywhere
higher.
All the early autumn hats are
rather mall.
More fancy feathers ai*d less
plume* are worn.
Large while satin revers are used
in. many silk suits.
Wide wale diagonals will be
much used in tailored costumes.
VeOVeteeni and corduroys will
make Up handsome skirts.
Three-quarter coats prevail in
Paris tailored cost times.
Rich and gorgeous hluis have a
masterful place in millinery,
Taffeta has a stronger place in
fashion than for many years.
All fashion Indication! point to a
still larger use of embroideries.
Skeona Land Dl.trlct-Dlstrlct of Cssslsr
Tak* notice that I. Thomaa Carur. of Prince
Rupert, occupation oarpenlor. Intend to apply j
for Permission to purchase the following described land.
Commencing at a po.1 planted aliout one mile
south fr.>,.. the mouth of Falls creek and about
l.'ai feet back from the beach. Ihence SO chains
ninth, thence 40 chains west, thenc* IS) ehalna I
south, thence east 40 chaina to point of commence-
ment, containing "I'M acres more or less.
THOMAS CARTER.
Dslsd July T.I.. ml.    Charlea Webster Calhoun.
l-iil,. Aug. ..il.. Agent.
Sksens Und District���District ot Coast Rani* V I
Taka  notlc*  that   I.   Paul   Hagen   of   Princa '
Ruport, laborer, intend to apply lor permlasion
to purchase the (ollowing descrilied lands:
Commencing st a post planted on th* north
liank ol Williams Create sbout 60 chaina aoulh* '
east Irom It   ll . thenoa soulh 40 ehaina, lh*ne*
sast 40 chains, thencs north 40 chains, thsne*
west 40 chslns to point ol commencement.
Iisl-al July 7. I'M 1. PAIL HAGEN
Pub. July ::.. Frad E. Cowall. Agent
Mia* Vera Greenwood
Tupll of Frans Wilcsek. Parts and Berlin.
Room 28.   Alder Block Upstairs
====e.  eby  cn* Co.==3
REAL   ESTATE
Kitsumkalum Land For Sale
KITSUMKALUM ��� II. f.
s. O. E. b. s.
The Prince Rupert Lodi*. No. SIS, Rons of
l.nglsml. meets the (Irst and IhlrH Tue*-lays In
each month In the Sons of England Hall. 2nd Ave.
at 8 p m.
F. V. CLARK. Sm..
P. O. Bos M.* Prince Rupert
ERNEST A. WOODS. Preatd.nt. Ilo, n
MISS ELSIE FROUD
- A.L.C.M.
Teacher of Piano, Violin and
Volet* Culture.
2nd Ave,
Between 7th & 8th Sts.
Prince Rupert
The Continental Trust Co., Ltd*
\  AUTHORIZED CAPITAL 9500,000
OFFICERS*-
WM. r. KERGIN, M.D., Pr**idtt*t DAVID H. HAYS, tn VktPn*.
Af /. HOQIN, 2nd VlctPret. and Manager
JAY KUGLER, SecrtiaryTttamw C. B. PETERSON, Ait'... Manager
Executor and Admint$tralor Receher or Aulgnee Farm Landi and Mine*
Real Ithilf and Inturance      Agent For Care of Real Eitate      Etcroic AgenU
Fltcal Agent* Traiteei Reghtrat and Tramfer Agent
Truttee Under Mortgage ana Deed* of Tru$t
Safe Depotlt Vault and tloxe* Collection*
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT, 4 pet ��nf. on DepoiMi
We will b�� |.lrn��(*il to answer ��ny Imidlrte* t-wcftrdlnit Investment*! In Princ* llni.ni
and Northern British Columbia.
Hkrtna Und District-District of Cnaat Kanae tt
Taka notie* that I'errr M. Hiller of I'rlnre Ku- !
perl* B.C., occupation Civil Knjtine-er. Inlands to
apply for permission to purchaa* the following
ilMrrtbcd lands:
Comm-pnctng at a post planted on th* u-ft  lank
ufMrNf-ll River al north w��t corner of lot  u "
R.V., thence-past 9> chains snifrvnr less to westerly boundary of timber Itmtl  '������*'- (okl  number
4diU.fi) thence northerly following aald westerlv
boundary of timber limit ���*> chains more or less
to north west corner uf satd timber limit, thenc*
westeily ��� chains more or leaa tn l*ft bank of!
McNeil Kivrr.  th-rirr southerly following   said
Wt bank of McNeil Hiver All chains tn��r* or less j
to point of commencement, containing IW acres,
more or leas.
PhKCY M. MILLKR.
K. Flexman, Agent
Date June \*>. 1911
Pub. July 19.1911
Skeena I ami District���District of Coast Rang- '-
Take notice that R. V. Miller of Tipton, lie
land,  occupation   farmer.   Intends  to   apply   for !
permliMioh   to   purchaae  the  following  duicrilied <
lands:
Commencing st a post planted about fiO chsins 1
west from the N. VV. Corner of Lot 4t��*fi. thence
north 40 chsins, Ihence west 20 chain*,  thence
south  40  chain*,  thence east   20  chain*  to  the
point of commencement containing eighty  acrea
more or lesa.
Dated August 19, 1911. R   ?_. MILLKR
Pub. Aug. 26.
E. L. FISHER
Funeral   Director .nd   Kmbalmer
> II *!!��� .1 !���  Ill   \ ������ .*. AM I
THIRD   AVENUE     PHONE  SM.
OPEN DAY AND mlIIT
HAYNER BROS.
UNDERTAKERS *sn EMIIALMERS
Funeral  Directors
.-Inl Ave. near nth St. Phone Nn. *���*
Skeens l.sn.1 Ili.lricl    District ol Cos*. Rang* f>
Tske nolice Ihst Frsnk S. Miller ol la.n.lon.
Eng., occupsllon civil engineer, in.ends lo spply
lor permiaelon to purchsse Ihe lollowing dr*cril*pd
mm ���  -,
Commencing st a posl plante.1 st Ihe N. r..
Corner ol lx*t 2S, Ihence north 20 chsina, thence
weat 20 chsina, ihence snulh 20 chsina, Ihence
ess. 20 chslns to point ol commencement, con-
(sining 40 seres more or les*.
Dsted August It, 1*11. FRANK S. Mil I.Kit
Pub. Aug. 26. P. M. Miller, Agenl
Skeena Land District.
District of Cosst, ItanRe f>.
Take notice that Wm. Krancis Nicholson, of I'rince Kupert, B.C., occupation
locomotive fireman, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the followinK
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
north bank of the /.im-o-Kot-itr. river,
about two miles up stream in a wester*
.Grand Hotel..
Working-man's Home
iii! Mllleri Agent   Spring Beds, clean White Sheets 25c
Room* 50c
BEST   IN   TOWN   FOR  THE   MONEY
GEO. BRODERIUS. Prsa**i*t*e
Hotel Central 2ffft1$3
Eumr-ean and American plan, ateen,
l.entcl. modern conveniences. Rat*.
11.00 to *2.M> per day.
Prler BUck
Notice to Creditors
ly direction  from the junction of thc | Tak" Notice tbat all creditors of H. B
little /..in-.. k.iI it/ river and the mnir
Zlm-o-KOt-it!. river,  and marked Wm
little Zim-o-got-iU river and the main | Mor,on  Wp  ,���,.,,*,.,,,,  l(, ,��.n,i in their
The Continental Trust Company),   Limited,
Htr.iMM   .villi K . . .
I Kill" F. IU It in. B.C.
Francis Nicholson's southeast corner. I ********* properly proved  in  accordance
thence north 40 i-liniiis, tbence west 4(1  with the  Creditors'  Trust Deed* Act,
chains, thence smith 40 cbains more or Un Williams &   Manson,   solicitors  for
less to shore line of river, thence t|Mt I ���    a,,,,'���,���,.., M or before tbe 21st day
40 chain* more or less along shore line . ,���,,      ., _ .....    ..,_
of river to post of commencement, con* \��* September, 1911.  after wb.cb  date
taining 1W1 acres more or les*. 1 the assignee will proceed  to distribute
Wm. Krancih Nicholson,       I the estate among the creditors.
Ceo. K. l'utman, agent. I
1 Dated July 17, 1911. I D. G. STUART, Assignee. THE DAILY NEWS
CHURCHES NOW
IN RUPERT
Permanent Buildings Erected
and Planned by Various Congregations. R. C.'s New Hall.
New Churches for All Soon.
While all of the Prince Rupert
churches are Bhowing great pro.
Kress this fall as compared with
their position last year, the Roman
Catholic congregation is advancing
With the rest. Rev. Father BunOZ
has instructed Messrs. Monro and
l.ailey to prepare plans anil specifications for the erection of a large
hall for socials and other gatherings
The hall will be 26 ft. x 60 ft. and
of permanent construction equip*
ped and decorated in the best
style. Behind the building will
be a kitchen annex lined to serve
the hall during socials, etc.
The K. ('. Church, which was
the first permanent church building
was designed by Messrs. Munro
and l.ailey. The next church to
be built was the Anglican Chapel
of St. Peter at Seal Cove, and
now the Methodists are planning
a  permanent church  building.
Meanwhile the growth of tht'
Presbyterian and Baptist congregations necessitates iheir holding
services in the Empress Theatre
and Maelntyre Hall so there is
every prospect of their having line
church buildings shortly. The
Presbyterians have their site selec
ted and are already erecting a
temporary building.
MATT WELLS VS.
KNOCKOUT BROWN
Signal Success of English Cham
pion Lightweight. Knockout
Brown is Knocked Out.    ���
(Canadian Press Despatch)
New York, Sept. 1.���Mall Wells,
the English lightweight champion,
last   night   added   to   his   laurels
by   outboxitig    and    outfighting
Knockout Brown, the lightweight,
in a ten round bout before one of
the largest crowds ever witnessed
at a pugilistic Iwut in this city*
The bout was the second one to
be held under the new boxing law,
and brought a crowd of probably
14,000   persons   to   the   Madison
Square Garden. The British champion was never for a second in
danger at  any period during the
milling, and left the ring unmarked,
while Knockout Brown was bleeding aliout  the mouth and from a
cut  under   the   right   eye  al th
finish.
CITY LOTS
CHANGE HANDS
Down Town Property Has Been
Movong Freely This Week
An interesting sale was put
through by McCaffery iS: Gibbons
this week when they sold their
own lol on Third avenue, occupied
by the Prince Rupert Tent and
Awning Company to a North
Dakota man for 19,800. A lot
in Block 34, Section 1, which ihey
recently purchased for Mi-. Elias
Email of Montreal they turned
over to a Victoria man at a profit
for Mr. Emad.
This firm also sold 040 acres of
Likelse land for S7700 to Vancouver parties.
IT   GOT   HIM
Reciprocity is Popular Subject
to Prince Rupert Man
"I've been a Conservative for
21 years, and always voted Straight,
but this reciprocity has got me
under the collar," was the straight
testimony of a speaker at the
reciprocity meeting last night. Sev
eral other Conservatives present,
who are sinking party politics
for the good of the district were
among those who applauded most
loudly.
The meeting was packed out
to the doors and into the street.
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"The News" Classified Ads.
=0ne Cent A Word For Each Insertion���
-THEY   WILL   REPAY   A   CAREFUL   LOOKING   OVER���
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Phone 150
The Insurance People
Eire
Life
Murine
Accident
Plate Class
Employer's Liability
Contractors' and Personal Bonds
Policies Prepared While You Wait.
in.:
Mack Realty & Insurance
COM PAN Y.
P.S.-Houses and Rentals.
ON A TRIP HOME
Mr.   and   Mrs.   M.   Bondeaux
Leave for France on Monday
Mr. and Mrs. M. Bondeaux
leave Monthly on a three months'
irip to Mr. Bondeaux'**. old home
in Verdin, France. While in the
old land he will boost for Prince
Rupert, and try to induce French
capital to come to this lard of
opportunity.
Mr. and Mrs. Mclntyre accompany them as far as Vancouver and will likely spend part
of the winter in California.
Lang Fight Postponed
Sydney,   .*\us.,  Sept.  2.���(Spe
cial)���The  Lang-Lester fight has
been  postponed.    Ling  is very
ill with influenza.
Attended Grand Aerie
Mr. J. F. Matlicson returned
this morning on the I'rince George
after intending the annual session
of ihe Grand Aerie of Eagles.
REAL ESTATE PRICES
The following are the prices in
real estate sales this week: Lol
17. Block 22, Section 1. 19,600.
Lot 38, Block34,Section l.$4.*iO0
Lot, 9, Block 4, Section 5, $1200.
Lot 28, Block 1. Section 7..?�����.���><).
Lois si and io. Block 46, Section
7, 1800.
l.-.t 17, Block 40, Section 8,8280.
Opens up Business
In   succession   to   Mr.   Clark
Durant   who  has  become  general
superintendent for the Hydro-Electric Company, lhe agency for the
trie Company, the agency for (he
Canadian General Electric Company has been taken over by Mr.
Grhaam Kearney.   Mr. Kearney
recent!) arrived from Toronto.
He is an expert electrician and
graduated in ilu- factories anil
office of  the Canadian  General
Electric Company before being
despatched to lake up the ini-
poriant agency al I'rince Kupert.
This afternoon and evening, F.
A. Ellis, auctioneer, will sell the
balance of tin* assigned slock of
the Briii Furniture Compan.. at
their More on Third avenue between Seven ih ami Eighth streets.
President Hays' Party
Several suites of rooms have
been reserved for the president of
.he Grand Trunk Pacific aid his
party on the Prince George returning io Vancouver on Monda)
morning. Mr. Hays is expected
back from up river this week end.
Baptist Church
"Can a Modern Man Behold
lhe Glory of Christ?" will be lhe
subject of Rev. Warren Hastings
Mil.iod's sermon tomorrow evening. Service commences ai 7.HO
p.m. Regular morning service at
11 a.m. Bible School and Brither-
hood Baraca Bible Class at 2.30
p.m. Music conducted by Mr.
John E. Davey, organist ami
choirmaster. Strangers ami visitors always welcome. All services
are held in Mclntyre Hall, Third
avenue near Sixth street.
John l.eggett, popularly known
as "Jack" l.eggeii, formerly of
Lcggeit & Williams, has entered
the Ideal Provision House in the
capacity of manager. This house
ins become popular as tin* "house
if   good   quality,"   where   fresh
groceries,  bUTtCT,  eggs,   fruit  antl
vegetables can always be obtained
at lhe lowest market prices.
Mr. Charles Lowe will remain
with   the  business,  ;,ti,|   together
hey will make a. s.roi-g team ard
are sure to meet with the sin,,****
hey IhhIi so well merit.
<f>.-aa.>>.a**..-^.. ..^..r^...,*,.,-^l^,..a*...a*..-a>..���..>fr
L
Money to Loan
Monty to Uan on Prince Ruperl Henl Kuliito.
Anr.*.*iin*i,iB of salo t-mucht.   I'd. Bon ***���
tr-m.
I.
Help Wanted
Wnnted n wuman to work "In hotel mil uf town.
Apply Immediately at Kins Uivrtrr lintel. lM4t
Boy wanted at once to loam the printing trmle.
Apply News Olllce.
lttw Wanted-Apply at Orme's Druu Store. ll��-tf
Wan ted-Good nixed boy to help in kitchen and
make himself generally useful. Apply James
Hotel. Srd Ave., corner of Bth Btftet tf
Housework wanted, also washing and ironinic by
Scotch woman.    Third Ave., DMT News olfteo.
18642
Wanted H room cottage rloae in, partly or wholly
fumiihed.   Will lease for 11! month* If satis*
factory.   Apply at A. W. Bdga Co. 2nd Ave.
W-200
Want-i-d ��� Young active men's finni��hlnKs man
for warehouse. Apply In pen-on to J. l'iercy,
Morris & Co. 1.-.--.V'
Wanted a woman to work In Kitchen, wanes 06
.1 month, with room. Apply I'rince Kupert
General Hospital. 200-tf
^i-^..s--*^n-*^i'>**-*n��n-*-^ii'*.^.i *Aml* *sm\***mt* *m***m,t*m* .**f
For Rent
��|��^ ***** w** < �����*��������������***���*. m ^,��i-^i.-^*��.'-*-w��->,^.��.^."^.'4'
Furnished house, cor. Sixth Avenue and Young
St. Modern In every respect. Thone KJ or call
l'attullo & Kadford. lf-if
We Want Your Listing
^--^-^Wa.
Call and tell us what you have for salt*    if iu
saleable we can sell it.
Mr. Non-Resident
We will be glad to hear from you. Write us r,.
garding thc present market value of your lYm,.,,
Rupert property.   DO IT NOW ' r"Ul
O. M. HELGERSON, LTD.
REAL ESTATE
OFFICES:    HELGERSON BLOCK
Do away with this.    Patronize a white
laundry.   White labor only at
Pioneer Laundry. Phone 118
Furnished room, with  bath,
the week.   Talbot House.
Special rates by
IM-tt
The first practice of the P. R.
Choral Society for the coming
season will be In Id in the English
Church on Monday September
���Ith, 8 p.m. All members are
requested to attend. Intending
members will be welcomed.      3t
Pantorium Pioneer  Cleaners,
Phone 4.
Acceptable   Gift
Through the kindness of Mr.
Poster, manager of the Morrell
It,nun Firm so well known in these
parts a fine ham has been presented
,o Ensign Johnstone ol the Sal-
vation Army. The gifi was in*
fluerced on behalf of the Army
by Messrs. Stalker ' Wells of ihis
dty.
Big Property Owner
Hy .lu- Prir.ce George .his morning C. D. Rand of Vancouver, arrived accompanied  by his wife.
Mr. Rand is B considerable properly owner both here and down
below.
New Industry Site
This month g Mr. J. II. Plllibury
civil engineer, visited the proposed
local ion of II. Hrecker,ridg*.*'s new
Cold   Storage   Company   on   lhe
waterfront io make a preliminary
survey for the proposed works.
Alderman Charles Hiss of North
Vancouver, is visiting W. Nichol-
son-Lailcy, ol Rand Block.
ALL WOOL
OVERCOAT
10 MEASURE S9.28
CARRIAGE AND DUTY PAID.
Mott Wonderful Tailoring
Creation ot the Century.
Perfect Style, Perfect Cut,
Perfect Finish. Perfectly Trimmed,
Neatly Furnish,*.! rooms. irentlnn.'n preferred.���
Apply Mrs. Mullin, uver Majestic Theatre,     tf
Melntyre Hall, for concerts, entertainments,
dances, etc.   Apply J. 11. Itna'cra, phone 116.
Nice Furnished (looms. Mm. C.reenwood. Alder
mock; Third Ave. 178-tf
For Kent-Rons of l-'nt-liiud Hull, 2nd Ave., for
Dancea. Frati*rnnl Societies. Sia-iaN. etc. Apply
Frank A Bills. Box 869 or phone Ch. 1 -'-> f
r
For Sal
-*Mi%ii%<rMi-aM4
lie
1
For quirk sale, lol 33, Mock IT, section 5. facing
two streets. Price $WS.7fi. Terms fitSO cash.
Balance 'nn.* year, Addr��-> immediately I.ox
I.. Dally News. 200-206
I .inu.!. |0 fowl. In wood innl..-. order $llO.   Apply M i ������ 'i 1'lu .ii ��� ���-. cor Nth Ave. und Donald Street.
UMU
Kor Sale-Chicken Ranch. 2 Slurry house, household woods. Near Prince Itupert. A snap if
taken al onre.    Address Bin  >*- tf
Insurance
j
OUR Companies are noted for prompt and juit
settlements. We write |<M| known class of
Iii.iii.iii.-i-. The Mack K--.ilt. and Insurance Co.
Lost and Found
_i
Loot, lait evenlnw Iwlwe-vn Summit and Fifth
Ave. ami I'utl ofllce, a small black purse con-
tainlns threeSlO bills and some silver. Kcward
on returning tame to News ofllce.
Lost between Central Hold and wharf, ladies'
wold watch and fob; momiwram K.O.J. Reward
by returnlnw to News olllce. 2oo-l-f
1
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BOYS!    j
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The Graham Island Oil Fields, Limited
CAPITAL STOCK $1,000,000
We   arc    ofTcrinK   for  null-   a  Very   limitetl
..mount ���f ihlTM of atoek at 2r,c  per .hare*,
par  value  ||.n<*.     These   ,hlm,B   arp   Rnin
quickly and will ���mh ������. off Ule m8rk���t     .    .
THE MCK REMTY & INSURANCE COMPANY
��� SELLING AGENTS
Curzon Bros , lhe famous London
tailors, arc making the above wonderful .ilicr as a special inducement
to those resident in
Canada who have
nol been in the
habit ol purchasing
their clothing Irom
lha Old
Country,
ihe only
sensible
method ol
purchase
available to
those resident in
Britain's
Colonies.
Thc Mother
Country
specialises
in clothes
production,
and w c
specialise in
the home
country' *.
speciality.
Curzon
Ilros. know
what tailoring is. Why not avail
yourself of our knowledge.
"Thtrt't Comfort in tht Curton Cut"
SEND POST CrRD FOR FREE PATTERNS
which will be forwarded free from
our distributing Agents in Canada, as
below.    Together will, patterns we
send you fashion plates and complete
instructions for ace urate sell measurement and tape measure.   We fit you,
no matter where you live, or relundllie
full amount of your purchase money.
ONE   SILVER   AND   TWO   GOLD
MEDAL   AWARD*.
H, a.I out uni .'le Hal .if un*.' Imlnl testimonial. .        #90,000    forfeited    if    nol
sb.oli.lcly ���l-.milnc.
ALL WOOL OVERCOAT
TO MEASURE S0.3B.
KUttm for I'-iltcrm'
CIMIOR -��os. o a Ihs CLOUGHIK SYNDICATE
(Dew.      . MlIsaSlns ��v,,T.ronls, Ontstls,
mrzonBro-.
Ill*   H'nrhf's   Men,lire   Tailors,
���oiaa  OITV   ROAD,
*****   ��mb���s.    Mouse,
**** ��� ������� Ornxmr*. at., Un.aa,  I.,,
ftmm mmtkm im. ***#..
Two Fiv*. Dollar bills to
bt* given away to bright
boys. S.-f Mr. Munroi- at
thu Niw.- oll'ice.
1	
FEED STORE
We carry everything in the feed line, also warden seed* at the lowtot market pric*>, atOillart's
olw i "��������� Store, Market Dace
PONY EXPRESS
Prompt Deli.rry
Phones 41 or 30!
si
Addrsasdapt. uai
! BASEBALL SCORES
Northwestern League
Vancouver, 7, Sivuli' 2.
Spokane 10, Vit torla !���.
Portland 6, Tacoma 2.
National League
Clrclr.rntl <J, 4; Pittsburg 9, 14.
Brooklyn 8, 2; Boston 5, 4.
Nt-v. Y..rk...2; Philadelphia2.0
Pacific Coast League
Verr.on o, Sp.cramei ,<> B.
Oakland 6, Port|p.r.dO.
Los Angcle* 2, 'Frisco S.
American League
New York il. Washington 0.
Clevi li'i il 2, Chicago 1.
ANOTHER NELSON FIRE
Fourteenth Incendiary Blaze in
Past Two Weeks
(Canadian Preas Di-spnti-li)
Nelson, S; pit. 2. Fire ;.i mi<i-
i lulu destroyed the buildings "f
the Ni-Imh* Brewing Company and
s,;*l,lis ;* .1 threatened many ri-si-
.i ; ilr.l bulldli gs in tlu* vicinity.
This is .In* second serious fire i"
addition t<. a dosen minor ones In
two weeks. The police detectives
nrr lijifTli'il, and the fin* bui; r*-1-
niiiiiis al laruL*.
McCaffery & Gibbons
Real Estate Offerings:
Lot 26, Block 16, Section 1, for SliaiOO.
This lot wus purchased at the sale two
years ago for $1750 and is u bargain
at $2200.
Lot ao, Block 16, Section 1, for $2000.
A good lot on First avenue for $2500.
House  and  lot  in  Section   5.    Good
neighborhood, fine view can be bought
for $1250 on uny terms purchaser may
offer.
Double comer in Section 5, for $1500 on
easy terms.
Two lots on Fifth avenue, Section 6, for
$950 each.
Good lot on Sixth avenue, Section 6, for
$325 cash.
Fine double corner in Section 6, for $1675.
Sixty feet on Third avenue, Section 7,
for $1200.
Lot on Ninth avenue, Section 7, for $1115.
Level double comer in Section 8, fur $50
cash, balance monthly.
Lota in iill parts of Section S, for $50
cash, balance in small mom lily payments.
FOR RENT
Flat in Washington Block.
Furnished house in Section  5  for $35
per month.
Three room house for $15.00 per month.
Four room house and bath, Fifth avenue
$30 per month.
Seven room house with bath, Section 7,
for $35 per month.
Store on Third avenue.
���INSURANCE���
McCaffery & Gibbons
TIIIUli   AVENUE
RENTALS
PHONE in;
o	
FOR SALE
One lot Section" 1, Block li), Second
m avenue.lPrice $!M5U,i;cuiih $5250.'!4,ii
Two' lots^ Section   5,   Block   27,   with
building, two rooms furnished, kitchen,
two  baths, store,  parlor  and  piano.
Price $4200, cash $2500.
One   lol   Section   0,   Block   11,   Sixth
avenue,   l'ricc $2250.   $500 cash.
Two  lo'.s,  Section  7,  Block   22,  Sixth
avenue.    Price $1050.
One   lot   Section   7,   Block   16,   Sixth
avenue.    Price $550.    One half cash,
balance 6-12 months.
Combination
Combination three lots, two in Section
7, one in Section 8, all for $1050.
FOR LEASE
Three Iota, Third avenue close to business
section.    Good lease.
For Sale (Snap)
Four lots, Section 8, Block 34, Eleventh
avenue, all for $369.66 ensh.
Corner  lots   13,   14,  Block   12.  Sixth
avenue and Fulton street for (ease or
will build to suit tenant.
ON GKAHAM ISLAND
170 acres, with one-half mile of waterfront, Crown grunted. Price $20 per
ucre, one third cash, bulunce 6-12
months.
Jeremiah H. Kugler, Ltd.
OXJOOOfJWniOOCX'OCXXXXXKKXXXO
USEFUL
PRESENTS
For all occasions can be
purchased from our up-
to-date stock Of   S  '*.    I
Watches,    Jewellery   and
Souvenirs
******
R. W. Cameron & Co.
G.T.P. Official   W.lch   Inspector.
Cor. 6th St. and Second Avenue.
PHONE 82
KXXXXXXXXXX4
���o
~~+
Launch Owners, Look Herel |
Plain Fads of a Vancouver to Prince  !
Rupert Power Boat Cruise told in plain  \ .-^.
terms for Possible Purchasers. :   1
i.ii.n.ii.ii.ii  a .i a .. a .*>
+~* ���
S>.a*a...^..aa.��iaa,..^..^ |a***M an. 	
TWO Lnunches came into Prince Rupert Harbor the oilier day.
Both were beautiful pleasure craft. Both had come from the snulh un'ii
long cruise.   Both had fifty H. P. gasoline engines.
BUT one launch was towed by the other into hurbor, and headi-d
straight for the Rupert Marine Repair Wharf. To Mr. H. Robinson 0f
the Rupert Marine Ironworks her owners told a sad story. Her cnuim*
���NOT A "STANDARD"���had given trouble the whole way from Van-
couver. Had it not been for the continual help of thc other launch the
disabled one could never have made the trip.
THE ENGINE OF THE OTHER LAUNCH WAS A "STANDARD "
IT DID PRACTICALLY DOUBLE WORK ALL THE WAY, AND
NEEDED NOTHING FROM THE REPAIR MAN ON REACHING
RUPERT. THIS LAUNCH TOWED THE LAME LAUNCH Most
OF THE WAY AND ALSO LIT HER ELECTRIC LAMPS HY
MEANS OF A CONNECTING CABLE, WHICH IS JUST ONF. MOW.
INSTANCE FROM ACTUAL EXPERIENCE TO PROVE THAT
SMAlttA The "Frisco Standard"
Cut represent* thrw-
cylinder type "Fmco
-Standard" (in-line
Km.-in.-. tlies3Tih.il. lo
125 h.p.      :      :     :
Quick delivery of all
���lies from 4 h.p. tingle
cylinder upward*.
-AGENTS-
Rupert Marine Ironworks & Supply Co.
i Hli.-.* rin .in*   Blu. M
Will Equipped Repair Shop
I'.O. Box 5U.
Works on Wharf: Phon*all
Accusaarir, Csrrifd
o-
. ������^-���^M.**��w>^��M
joooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
Ross & Reciprocity
GREAT SMOKER AND RALLY
TO-NIGHT
at 8 o'clock in the Mclntyre Hall
LDuncan Ross will be present and address the meeting.   All
electors invited
>oooooocK>oooooooooi**-ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooc
Tenders Wanted
T.-n.l.i - wnnt.al fur clearing hits 1 an.l 2. lilock
2.1. sertlun 1. Sii.rlllratl.ma at 0. II. Newton's
olllce, Kxchunicc Block. 1SH-2U1
Individuals Owning Real Estate
n Prince Rupert. B.C , may find a
ready purchaser, if the price is reasonable by addressing
I 	
COAL   NOTICE
P.O. LOCK BOX 43
East Liverpool
Columbiana County    -    Ohio, U.S.A.
SUFFERING INSTANTLY RELIEVED
A SSKK ANt, iraiDt CUHK
If your dealer does not keep them wo will mal 1
you a Ikix (18 pnwiler.) on receipt of 2S cent.
L J. MATHIEU CcProp... Sherbrook*. PQ.
PONY EXPRESS
SYSTEMATIC, MERCHANTS* DELIVERY SERVICE
BMtisMtmn nd j^rm-nUns Amtt, r���r
H.KS or Motor Car ilny ur nlnlit
Bevonth Ave. ami Tulton ..*,��������� m
Skeena Und District--lIMrlel ol QtlMtl OhltloUt
na i .��� iHllimla
Tnke nollco that Auatin  M.  Ilrown ol Prlaaa
h?;*!,1! ?T]m?ni "���"���'���*"������' ������'���'���'���'Is I" ��P ilv u
^Pte^.te^4?*Pa52
80 chains west, thenco 81) clnin. n,rt I! IS BH2
Iaocated AuEu,t uxXi\N M- ,m0WN' l*mu*
Pub. Aug. l'.i.
Skeena Und District-District ot ��uoen CkuW
Islsn.1. . ���   -
Tske notice that Austin M. Ilrown ol Ito��
Kupert, sad-ller by occupsllon, lnt.-n.ls MJg
to th�� Chiel Commissioner ol Un.li ami ������
lor a licence lo prospect tor coal, oil ani tfmm
on and under the lollowinit dcscrilHai lsnd. o�� ���"
Weat Coast ot Ursham lslsnd: ..   ^
Commencini at a post planled tin.*- ******:
ol lha northeast cornur of C. L. Nu. 11.1 xmm
south 80 Chaina, thonce weat 80 flisir* IM"
north 80 chains, thence esst !�� chain, to po"
ot commencement. ���.,.   ,���.,-
AUSTIN   II.  BB0WH, W**"
Ucated August 1st, 1911.
Pub. Aug. ly.
Skoena Und DIstrict-DUlrlct ol yu.��n I'ksHeS.
Islsnila , ,,.._
Take nolice that Austin M. BrWJ �� >���*Z
Itupert, occupation aaddler, InMndl '���'. "ff'L,
Ihe Chief CommlMloner of Unda snd W<*g*��.
licence to proapect lor cosl, oil ind !" lr.<> .,,m
and under the lollownlg dcscril.i*J lands on "���
Wost Coaat ol Graham lslsnd: ,   ^
Commencing at a post plsni.*.! "'"''"'LTm
ot the southeast corner of C. 1. No, l���� J'*
north 80 chains, thenco east M *b*****2Si
south 80 chsins, thence west 81) rhsiM lo P0,n
commencement.  ���.,. ,,^1*
AUSTIN It. BBOfl N. "x,w
laical ed Auguat 1st, 1911.
I'ub. Aug. 19.
Skeena Und District���District ol I'm��� t'l,u""'
Islands , nncc*
Take notice that Austin M. BlOTJ ��� �����,
lluperl, saddler, Intends to MpU VJTxmA
Commissioner ol Unds and Worn '"' ,���Ja*
to prospect for coal, oil and Ntrolwn 0��sw -j
tho followlnij described land. OK IM �����
ol Graham laland: .     ,   ,, u**-
Commencing at a post ploni,.! IB".JaMI
ot the northosst corner of C. I- ���*���"; ',' ' ..,,��
east 80 chains,  thence soulh W ''"'Vnoinl������
west 80 chaina. thence nortii BO c'i'""" l0 ���"
commencemant.   ^ ��� ������������,, Xjm*
Ucated Auguat 1st, 1911.
I'ub. Aug. 19.
Skeona Und DUtrict-Dlstrlcl ol Q��"n ('b"
Islsnds | prii,*
Tsko nolice that Austin M. BrW�� J" cWs
Hupert, aaddler, Intends to jjBptf V , ten*
Commissioner ol Unds ami ll'"*",''  aj sx*
Xo prospect lor cosl, oil snd |i "
under the following described IM
*-'��� aaionur  u,   i,*noa  n.i��   ������    ���     ,    _.  pn ,n-
to prospect lor coal, oil and pel ��Wmh( 1Vn.
untler the following dcc'ilied I'
Coast ol (In.ham Island:
Commencing at . post plnnliiM"".,,, nmj.
nl lho northeast corner of 0. 1- >IK. tt,ae>*]
south 80 chslns, thonce 80 cIiiiiii* ������"*  ^iril *
chains north, thenoe 80 chains >'��" ��
commencement. ,   ������,,us* Inesi"
AUSTIN M. UTtOWr*.
Incited August 1st, 1911.
���b"Aui[*19- a*m
Skeona Und District -DLtrlcl ol Useexx
Islsnds ���| P/in**
, Take notico that Austin M. <*���">���" ,Pply��
Rupert, occupation saddler, ml;'"''"LjVJS *.
Ihe Chiol Commissioner ol Un* JitSl^fi
n llcenco to prospoct lor coul, oil tm x . m iw
anil under the lollowlng descrll''"
West Cosst ol Graham Island: inii��� ti��
Commencing at a post plant'"'' ",,;���,iW��J
ol tho southeast corner of (. ';��� \L,'iim0**Z
north 80 chslns, thence essl 80 chs  '���'   , ���* **
80 chains, thence west 80 clmin'10 '""
mencement. .,   onnWN, t**
AUSTIN M- """v,���,'
Uicated August 1st, 1911-
I ub. Aug. 19.
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